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J YOLUME P (ADVERTISING 'MEDIUM. f J f f -- 3 -- M- - .. JE if , " v '1 JMylLI JlHl 1 - w . 11 I KENTUCKY, KENTUCKY NEWS. Tne Latest Sown IVoin All Parts of th Conimcnwcalth. SECRETARY CARLISLE Will Bo Poshed for United States Senator to Succeed Senator Blackburn. Louisvillr, Ky.. Nov. C Carlisle is ",.! NUMBER 23. I j S. 3 f H DJB'c vLnUiI NOVEMBER 11, ng W jsj 'Mil r'iovsAv.0 "f j j 1 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, Nov. 5, WEDNESDAY, JPfeL j L896. qJIJ cis ,?ps Kasnamis SSS fever LA I OK ASK tlir rcroveinl victims t und airuc. the mrrcurial diseased patient, how they heullli, clicer-fc- l und kooJ Rpetilc,they will tell ou by taViny hiu HIONS I.IVLU KtCU GIVES IT UP. Chairman Jones Concedes the Election of McKinley, And Makes His sitt tucky's electoral TCte crows warmer each minute. The democrat, are trying to thror u- -t larca rep Jhllcan precincts In Christian and Mel rjeken on tho croua J of lrreiu-Uirlliin tojlstraUoa. The official count, Locisvtlle, The flcht for Ken- to ANNUAL REPORT Of Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Go't Report cs vvjich Is now in progress In every county, will rrobablr bo llnished by Saturday, except In Th Chcapr t. Purest nnd Hest Family Medicine In the World I For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Taon ! it r1housattacVsSICKHr.AUACUlC,r..Iic. I es.:on or Sp'nts. SOUR &10MAI.I1, is lir3"i srn, etc. This unrivalled rcin-laretl not to onta!n a tingle ruitulc of luU LR. ot anv mineral substance, but l y Last Presidential up. this. Jefferson count, whore It will take a week. It U cxp cted that McKinley will cala 150 in Ji fieri oi II the ratio of Thursday keeps" LonisviLLr. Ky.. Nov & At 1 a. m. Friday, Courier-Journteports enow McKlnlcy's plurality in Kentucky tola 41& INDIANA. al Paymaster General Stewart, of the Navy Department. Campaign Statement Wllllnm Jennings Itryan Sends Ills Congratulations to the Trenldosit Klect It Will ltrtinlro tho Official Ke turns to Settle the Itesultin Kentucky. f INCI.nnati Nov C The following tabic U the rebult of the late olcitton so Jar as learned up to 3 a. m. lViday. IILPOBUCW. The Cost of the Navy Last YearWas Hillion Dollars, 'Over Twenty-Si- x Or This fnm SU,94,43S Was Pnld For tlie Construction of Nrvr Ship EstiEtc., of mated Vain if SIitrhiiM-ry- . tho Navy Yard is SGO.OOU.OOO. turns from 71 llerhi rcrta.nmg those Southern c'i an all ise Providence ha placed in c It -- Pl'RKLY VEGETABLE, Roots and -- t ic where I.ivcr Diseases most prevhiL ill cure oil Oiseas cau'tJ b Dcrmoee-inrol the Liver and liowcls. The bYMPlOMS jf I. ver Complaint ore a tter or biJ taste la the month; Pain in the or J BacL. S "''en mistaken for Kiien-nnsiSoar Stomach, Loss of Appctie; Low sal ernate y cos'uc and lax; Headache; l.oss rl llrraon, with a painful sensation of fa led to do something which ought to liav have bten done. Debility; Low Spirits, a thick ye'low rrancc f tlie S'n and Hyes. a dry Co'ipi ' 'o niti'aVcn for Cocumption. Sc-nsatmany ofvery few; thee symptoms ntteTifl other the 1 weise, but the Lit ER is generally the seit of the disease, and it nat 14q-aTed in time, frreat suCermg, 1 OEATil will ensne. T - M' highly esteemed persons attest tr te v.rtiies of Simmnns l.tvcr Keg'ala'or: S HoK.Pres.(ja S ' IL R La. Kev i.er I R Perry, Gi; Col U. K Spirts. A!. Va ua C Mas'erson.Ksq .Sheriff Dibs Co, O- - . 11 m Alexander H. Stephens. V, ve tested rts virtues, ptrsorally. nnJ In w that for Dyspepsia, ltiliousncss and T ' nHeaUaohe it is thebest medicine the nt r is !. tr - 1 v. t. i u ' It man temporary telief; but the Uc;rt. only rclK'cJ, but cured j"-- Er .vr MLsStNGEK, Macon. Oa. tK4i-i- l rtr "mw Wctned fortyotherremedicj mmonsLivcrK'jjulator.liutnonejtave "5 r J II ZEIL1N ft CO.. Philadelphia. lU'.'HaLRED ONLY CV Pi. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. ATro?.rrEYS. J."5" jX'Vi.iT. Attokxey-at-Ii.v- w, I liKUMOXD, - - KlIXTUCKY. ' c over Tavlor's Hani ware store, or ! House, on Main Street. II H. HOGG, 22.000. Tne republicans less n have carried 9 of the 13 conprcssional districts, two State. Plurality. ElcctoraL less than was figured on Weedncsday ntght Vot& 'the con,ressmcn are as follows: California 0 8.C00 First dlstri t. J. A. Uemenway. rep: Sec C Connecticut end. W. IL Miers, dem.. Itlrd. W T Zenor. Celawaro. 3 dcm.: Tourth W. & Holman.dem-- ; 18 0 Fifth.G.W. Illinois 24 114.131 Paris, rop. Sixth. IL O. Johnson, rep: Sev15 21 col lnoiani rep: E.ghtb.C. L. Henenth. 13 Iowa.... .............. ...... ...... CT.tlu ry, rep Ninth. C li Landls rep: Tenth. E. D. 48." 00 Maine .. 6 Crumpackcr. E eien h. O. W. Steele, MaryUnd 8 rep : Twelfth, W. E. 3:,03 Robinson, dem.; Thir1CS7 0 15 Maisachuselts teenth. I W Morse, rep Michigan 14 .. 4 3X) If gislalurc, is still slightly in doubt, but The B Minnesota 41iS12 there is ecry irdlratlon that the republicans New iljuipshtre... 4 will have a majority on joint ballot, .'.... 25UW which ."T New Jersey 10 8j.030 moins that Fairbanks will succeed Voorhees New York Z6 200.WJ in the United States senate. North Ual.ola 3 8.HO iNDiANAt'Oi.ts. Ind., Nov. 6. Indiana comOhio 23 plete, with 1000 trie returns from 33 counties taken Oregon IOOuO 4 from the oCK-it-l count and the rest unofficial C!M,0 0 1'ennsjlv.inia 32 giics the st ito to McKinley by 22,145. Tho re4 1 0J0 Khode Island .'. publican state ticket has run about 5. COO Vermon- t4 ahead of this, ow In? to the fact 40000 thit the popu8 lists h.ul a Mate ticket in West Virginia 10.000 the Deld. Tho of11)0,0-Wisconsin. 12 ficial count giics tbo Ninth congressional district to lmdU, rep. over ( hcadlc. pop. by 220 Tnts makes the delegttion find lour ill miK-- r its and nino republicans Ihe republicans hold . in ijirlty of -- 0 ia tho senate and UIM.'CnATICL 3'tOOO Alabama II six in the house. 8 0000 Arkansas TENNESSEE. 4 Colorado. 10iaO Nashville. Tcnn. Nov 6L Advices re 4 Flondx l'i03 i ceived ThtiMdav evening indicate that yiel Georgia- - ,Ti.,x 13 30.0J0 mar ple McKint a small plurality. ilZOXi 3 state IJsho. ......';."... ...:..... Wm. A Hule. of Knoxvillc. wires that east 10 ICnsas 7T... I300J Tennessee will clve a plurality of 17,000 for 400X) 8 Louisiana M Kinlcy and Hobart. Thomas Baker, a 410X) 9 Z M.:l.ppl tnemter of the republican state committee, GO.IKM 17 Missouri tekgrapss that "after all the stuffing and COOO 3 MonUni stealing of b illols on the part of democrats In 13,000 8 middle and western Tenneisee. McKinlov Ntbraku still Nevada 3.0M 3 has a p Nunn, of o' 28.000 17,0)1 North Carolia II Nashville, wires that the state will give a 9 outh Carolina ... 4003 plurality of 15,000 The impression grows here Tennessee.. 15.IO0 l: that on anrlhlng llise a fair count Tonncscce 15 Texas 450O .Tv Is for McKinley th-53.-O- the 9i counties of the state, McKinley's majority In Indiana figures 20,251. Chairman Parks Martin of the democrats, has conceded the stato Nearly all the mlssln; counties are In tho sparsely populated portion cf tie state, and th?io is no reason lo believe will show a majority that the Glacial of s Indiasapolis, Nov. C With complete re- hj: -- 0 last year, of which Sti,0"4,-- 4 35 was paid for tlw construction of new ships. According to Paymaster General Stcwart'b annual report the other principal item of expenditure was S15.4D1,-SC- 2 for the maintenance of the establishment, of whith S",0S1,908 was required by the ships in commission. The cruiser New York was the most 7 expensive vessel to run, costing for the twelve months, 'i ho Columbia and Minneapolis consumed 3300,000 each, but when the big battleships have been a year in operation they promise to exceed these figures. OvcrSU,000,0)0 worth of stores have been kept on hand with a great saving over the old system of indiscriminate purchases. The naval clothing factory will have to be considerably enlarged, owing to the growing demands upon it all clothing being now made there for the navy, reveuue cutter service and the naval militia. The estimated value of real estate, improvement and machinery in the navy yards is placed at and during the year nearly labor. wasvM Iwji, . rsRC jucaniu,''" "rebel leaders wha!ii Tho Yellow Stof Pouring Into the S2C,2(r, 153 S412,-80ly-vj. Washgton, Nov. 0. The navy cost being pushed for United States senator despite t e fact that the republicans have 7 v tes, or enough to elect, on joint lal ot of the legislature. 1 he Krening Times says: Don't be surprised if when Joe Blackburn vacates his seat in the senate on lie third of next March, John Carlisle ahall step jn on the fourth, and fill it as it has not been filled since the mortal Clay put on immortality. It is in the cards to transfer Carlisle from the treasury to the capitol end they will be played for all there is in them. A dispatch from Frankfort says Blackburn's supporters think that they have discovered a way to prevent the election of a republican senator. Judge Xieiberth, of Newport, who was a member of the last legislature, has accepted the position as chief of police of Newport, Thy claim that this invalidates his in the legislature, which he did not resign, and to which, it is said, Kline, republican, was elected at the recent election, without there having been a special election called by Gov. Bradley, as was tho case in other districts where there were vacancies. AR&QSJUVEKV CONDENSED NEWS Of Gathered From All Pnrts of tho Globn by Telegraph. Prince Louis Phillippe Robert, Due n LAND! hwder PURE OjE71 Presiden- I PUBLIC SALE tablished house in 7fif finfl nant. Reference. dressed stamped National, Star Cl'cago. D FAITHFTJI. 3fEX OK WANTEto travel for responsible W- es- O- Kcntnckv. Salarv .. Unulfl Enclose self-ad- - Insurance envelope. BIdjr., The fiMil "sM 11 vi E I kjKAT ' Jfijt I ftfi I Vr '1 jl A HOROSCOPE the Administration of t-Elect rat d'Orleans, was married Thursday forenoon to Archduchess Marie Dorothea Amelie of Austria The London stock exchange market opened firm with a good businesi in American shares. Thu changes in tho market were slight. Unofficial returns from every county in Ohio give a republican plurality of 52,440. The official count will not materially change this result. As an alleged result of the election the Dowagiac Manufacturing Co.'s drill works, Dowagiac, Mich., will start up Monday morning. They employ Wm. McKinley. No Marked Chang3 in Our Foreign Relations Will Be Made. iter CVari Circuit Court. WM. R. LANTER, et al. TO CREDITORS I On Petition. By virtue of judgment of the Clark Circuit Court rendered at the September MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. Term, IS'JO, the undersigned Special Commissioner of said court will, on the John J. Jones. Ac. Plaintiff. premises near Becknerville in Cl.uk Against Countv, Kentucky, on Mary A. Jones. Defendant persons having claims againt tlie fc 3 SATURDAY, NOV. e&tate of Marcel I us Jones, are hereby at 2 o'clock, P. M., proceed to expose at notified to file the same legally eriiied, public sale to the highest bidder, a tract with the undersigned on or before the 15 day of November, 1S96, or same will of land, described as follows: js. K. SCOTr". be barred. 21 .A- ZL,JjJls;ZD, M C M. C. C. O mavmv mil 1 Cm 1496 McKinley's Well Known Tariff Ideas Will Revenue to Carry Be Pushed to Reciprocon the Government ity Will Surely Be Resurrected. e TR.ACT m .a iH m FURTHER DISMISSALS From the Trxasury Department Made by Secretary Carllrtt-- . Washington, Nov. 0. Further dismissals were made in the treasury Thursday by Secretary Carlisle as follows: ?i Judge W. J. Fleming, of Kentucky, t t TTORXEY A T LA II'. Kentucky. Itn iiMosi), .1 i Iflu-e Utah Vlrjlala. Washington. ........ Wyoming Total . 3.000 Siooai 3f0J 8,000 3 2 4 3 170 No. 13 First St.. tip stairs. Sl-S- O UOUIilFCt. Kentucky South Dakota. Electoral Vote. 13 4 i.UAXTE. LILLY, A TTORXEV-AT-L- A W, C Licimumi, - - Kkxtucky. OfllceS. V. corner Main and Second streela up btair. Will practice in all tiuv mi rts of MailiMiu and adjoining cuuniiesand Court of Appeals J. C. & D. M. CIIENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office Thursday At Jones"' telegram to Mr. ltryaa that he bad xlven up the fight wis handed to Mr. Brjan at his rcsidenca "You may fa.-.- taid Mr Hryan to the United Associated Presses represcnt-- t ve. "that the election of McKiu ts conccdid and that I will isHue a statement Thursda.- - night" Immediatelv after receiving Senator Jones' totecram Mr Bryan wrote tic following dispatch IIo. M MciiLEY. Canton, O Senator Jonos his just informed mo thai lac returns injicat jour el'ctioa an 1 I hasten to extend cenlag Senator " LiNCOt.v. Neb. Not. c aulfs sirocerv. on Second street, over Chen- - my roniaiulat ojs Wc hare submitted lb? issues to the American people and their will W J. IIiiyak. la law. ant Treasurers. Washinotox, Nov. 0. More gold is pouring into several of tho offices than thcoflices have storage "DA capacity for or have legal tender currency to give in exchange. This is notably the case in ltoston. This gold ihas been brought out of safe deposit WYOMIXO. vaults by the owners, who have been CntriNsr, W'a. Nov. 6 Senator Warren paying storage charges upon iL e says The republican national and state and New York also had large de- t ckets hate cani"d eight counties, the demoposits of gold, but how much was de cratic nation and Mato ticket! four counties, one county cot beard from, but it is certainly posited at New York could not be republican. We have tlected ono elector and stated at tho treasurj', as the usual supreme juiLre Two e'ectors tnl congressdaily telegram had not been received men in doubt, with chances in faor of repubwhen the department closed, nothing licans. Contest In the Seventh L'kely. had been heard from western points. C. Ky., Nov. Lexington, The WEST VIRGINIA. In respect to gold deposits, the treas- chances are that there will be a conWheeling. W Va.. Nov ury sent out this letter Thursday to test cv r the congressional election in majoritv over Bryan in West Virginia Is at the nine assis'ant treasurers: this hour 1..337 This Is based on actual rethis the Seventh district, where Col. turns In ike hards of the republican stato TlirASUHY DfPArtTMEtT. Breckinridge was defeated. Many committee- - A few scattering districts are to be Treasury, OrriCE or aim lawyers are of the opinion that the beard from yet, but bv giving the democrats Washi.sotos. Nov. 5, all the claim the majority remains as stated Assistant Treasurer Um.cd States-Si- r holding of a primary for county officers communiabove 'Jhs probabilities arc that when all Referring to the to be electc I a year hence in Owen inreturns re in the Hcurcs given may be cated to you by my letter of No. ember 23. 1895. on the same day that the general eleccreased somewhat authorizing you to ecclvo goli iota in that tion was held Tuesday, clearly invalifor paper currency. I have to 5171 MASSACHUSETTS. the depa tment desires ti be informed in v dates the vote of Owen county, and it Nov ft Complete returns from this Boston. la order that may be asked that the county's vote be ncc or any large state, though unofficial and subject to resteps may be taken to accommodate the de- thrown out This will be in Breckinvision, give the following votes for president positors if the stock of notes and silver certifiBryan 10 ,C55. McKinley. and governor cates available la the cash of this effico will ridge's favor. Palter, 11,510 McKinley's plurality. admit of the exchange being mad- -. y Offices Instructions to Assist- Haiti-mor- 1 law clerk in the supervising architect's office, an appointee of Senator Blackburn; Miss Mannie McMillan, of Kentucky, a clerk in the office of supervising architect, tho of and an appointee Senator Blackburn; Robert E. Adams, of Montana, agent at the seal islands, Alaska, a nephew of Mrs. Blackburn; W. E. Ryan, of New York, a clerk in tho third auditor's office and late democratic candidate for congress in the Rochester, N. Y. district, and .7. M. Ieach, of North Carolina, a messenger in the internal revenue bureau, who recently criticised Postmaster General Wilson in a newspaper letter. I8SW3. Inst.-uctlo- -- s-- .y ad-- trans-rt'.o- ns 207.-7- 7. 1C,-13- r. STEPHEN D. PARRISII, A TTORXEY A T LA W, IIlillMOMJ, - - KCXTUCKY. jrTPateiits, Iteport as to imtenlahility of invitation Tree of Charge. UiiMtriMtsseil faciiities. Moderate terms. Uefore ajipl yinjr for a 40- ateat, write tne. lite Caveats Tr.ule. JIarks, GREEN CLAY ATTORXEY-AT-LA W, R iluw'iid, --- KcHluclg IS (' illectioiis solicited. pets: DR. II. R. GIBSON, PHYSICJ.iXAXD SURGEON, Kentucky. Fichmonii. OiSce in the Jee Ct .lins bwtUing, iE and so Sec 27- ond Mrcet, orer IVauc eW druetere ... CHAS. HOOKER, ETERIXARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. T -- Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty e ip stairs over New York Store, cornel 46- M uii and First streets. viclitend Ti . JASPER, M. a Medicine and Surgery.d: lSreua'ua. IIMOM), Oflice Collins I'nililiiiu, MainStreet. l.'lcphone nt reswieoee (the Cnrr rce) or Ul I - - Kentucky DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky, llu iimoxd, stairs Office in Smith Hmlding, No. 204 Main Street, nj Office hours 12 to 1 ani 4 to 50'dock DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Kentlck' Richmond. Telephone at ofice and residence. ... Medicine - Chairman cone del the d feit of Wm J Dry n Thur day night an! mace his list prcsidinuil cam-- p Ijn'tUemsnt tu the publu- - Tha fre9 silver standard was really lonered iat3 Wednesday nigat so f r as the election of Is 9i is concerned whn ndwres were received at headquarters from West Virginia conceding ths c ectoral tote of that state to McKin'.c but it was decided not to make a piblic uanouccmcat of in: fact until In the meantime Got Stone arrived la Chicago from Missouri in rcpoaso to Senator Jones' telegram. The national commit-t-- e chairman the governor an I Campaign this Chairman Campu were In confe-enc- e cvoning in the senator s room and at its conclusion the following itatemcut was given to the press "The result of th"s prisidentlal election is apparently no longer in doubt It has b?cn one of the closest contests that the people have been called on to determlno in recent yors. We have claimed the election on our advices from states that were admittedly In doubt, in which w knew there had been man) frauds and from wh.ch there wcro of tamprlng with the reevidences turns. It seems now to be apparent that while Mr Brian, after making the most brilliant campaign in the h story of our country has carried most of the states claimed to bo doubt'uk but has not c rrled enough to assure his success In the electoral college. Bryan electors have been chosen in all the states south of the Potomac and Ohio except West Virginia and all those west of tho Missouri, except California and Oregon I e Las 19J This number ma7 bo inelectoral votes. creased by final returns from states yet In question. -Thus this remarkable campaign closes with the election of Wm. McKinlov The result was brought about oy every kind of coercion of the money andintimidatioton the and dispower ineluding threats of lock-oumissals and impending stirvatioa by the employment of by far the largest campaign fund crerusedin this country and by the sube portion of the of a ordination rnd American press The president-elebit party are under plcdgo to the American people to continue the gold standard, and by its operation to restoro rrosperity to this country As chief executive. Mr McKinley will have the cordial support of the millions of natriotic Americans who have cast their votes for Wm Jennings Bryan. Tney bow to the majesty of the olucers and abide bv tho result, with nono of the multerirgs that wou d have come from tie money power had it been unsuccessful Tney are confident the gold stand rd can not give the promised prosperity but will gladly welcome it if it comes They will continue th3 great strurgle for the uplifting of humanity and to the maintenance ol the dignity of our country In the establishment of an American monetary system. And the democratic party, aldea b its present allie3 will still uplift the blmetalllcstandard and bear it on to victory, James K. Jf Nts. Chairman of the Demo:ratIc National ComG. to-J- av ts la-gct fmcir,), Nor. Jos formally S13, Harri-o20 0U. In '832 tho total vote was. Cleveland, 178 -Harrison s plurality, u, 81 The comp'eto vote for governor gives: Prince. 13 C74 Williams. 101,097. Wolcott. 251,-1Wolcotfs plurality. lio.lSI. Of the 13 congressmen elected, all but ono arc republicans. SOUTH DAKOTA. is so St PaCL. Nov a South Dakotadecide closo how that it will take official count to the stato has gon; McKinley now appears to lead br 0.V YANKroN. & D . Nov. 6. The latest returns at republican state headquarters arey more of Tho majo-itfavorable to republicans. 1 0CO has been maintained since 10 o'clock Wednesday night and the republican managers declare that McKinley's majority will not fall be'ow this figure. The opposition, under the leadership of Scnttor Pelttgrew, Is preparing to contest every close precinct. The legislature Is populist and will elect free silver United States senator. Gold coin bebe discontinued low the least current weight will be received as heretofore In exchange for paper, under the regulations now in force Respectfully yours, D. N. Moucam, Treasurer United States. Gen. Turrence's Will. Chicago, Nov. C The will of Gen. therefo-- e wi 1 ernment on remittances of golJ to tho offices of the treasury and on the currency returned The payment of express chrgis by the gov- Evansvllle Courier Congratu'ntcs McKinley. REVENUE And FIRST, v r W. EVAKS, M. D., rnYsiciAN and Surgeon, - Richmond. - Kentucky DR. T. J. TAYLOR, rracliiivner in Richmond. and Surgery, Kentucky 0 filce and residence ou Third Street. DS2TTAL STJSQEEY. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, ' hours. oa the Money Question Afterwards, Says Senator Janus McMillan. Detiioit, Mich., Nov. C. Senator Jas. Locomotive Holler Explodes With Fatal McMillan, in an interview Thursday, Ilrsalts. said that the first thing to be done afAtlanta, Ga., Nov." 0." Wm. Mann, ter McKinley is inaugurated and the white, a machinist, and Abe Goss, a new congress comes in, will he to de- colored laborer, were killed Thursday vise means for increasing the revenues morning by the explosion of a locomo and placing the treasury on a better tive boiler in the Southern railway basis. Any legislatiou as to the money yards here. Jim Rodgers, colored, was of the country will have to wait upon seriously injured. The engine had just that. The only thing to be done is to come in from Chattanooga and was bekeep the money as good as it is now ing cleaned up. It is supposed that the and to formulate some plan for pre- water was allowed to got too low in venting the periodical outllow of gold. the boiler. This is reaily the weak spot In our McKinley's Plurality In Minnesota. present financial system what Mr. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. a Latest rethe endless chain. Carlisle has called South Dakota do not show Some scheme to shut that off the turns from there. Bad feeling exists any change cancellation of the greenbacks or some because of a likelihood of a change in other plan should be put into operall the state offices. The plurality for ation. 51,28-!ha thought that tho JIcKinley in Minnesota is Asked whether Clough is eleetcd governor over Lind new administration would make any effort to bring about the establishment by a plurality of 5,000. MoKltiley Carries California. i of international bimetallism. Senator San Francisco, Nov. 0. Complete j McMillan said "No; I do not anticipate anything of returns from 2,115 out of 2,377 districts the kind. As I said before, the money give McKinley 141.117; Bryan. 134,134. we have now is all right and the sysIn 1892 these same districts gave Harritem satisfactory, except for the occason 117,148; Cleveland, 110,899. McKinsional drain of gold which creates ley's plurality in these districts, 6,983." panicky conditions." Attorney General Harmon's Appointment. Washington, Nov. 0. Attorney GenPrice of Pie; Iron Advanced. Pittsburgh, Nov. C. Great interest eral Harmon Thursday appointed Hon. was imparted to the iron and steel Edward T. Jones, of Alabama, assistmarkets Thursday by the announce-- i ant district attorney for tho middle deinent of an advance of 75 cents per tori partment af Alabama. He is a brother of Gov. Jones, of Alabama, on pig iron. Tho advance is repremute." New York. Nov. C Tho status of tho sented to have been in response to le-Revival of the Iran and Steel Trade. United States senate after the fourth of gitimate buying for immediate wants; Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 0. The March next Is fetid a matter of doubt. Presis said that prices for large toniron and steel business is feeling a genent indications, however, are thai lie repub- and it licans will be compelled to seek recruits from nage, for forward delivery, have been eral revival. The Whitaker Iron refused, tcveral furnaces in the those of their numtcr who joined the free stiworks. Riverside, and Wheeling Steel spring or an alliance with ver forces last and Mahoning valleys have sound money democrats to accomplish legis- 'been ordered to start this week, and and Iron Co. will be working to their full capacity by Monday. lation affect ng either financial or tariff subcongress four of them were blown in Thursday.h jects The senate in the The Remit In Oregon. republlc-cnwill probably be as follows: Gold Activity at Syracuse, N. Y. Portland, Ore., Nov. 0. With three liver republicans, 3i gold democrats Syracuse, N. Y., Nov 0. Tho imme- counties and five precincts to hear 25 populists. 9. Total 90. 10. silver dtmotr-t- s diate effect of the election in th.is city from, complete returns give McKinley KENTUCKY. has teen the starting up of a. large a plurality of 2.003. This may do Louisville. Ky , Nov C The Evening number of manufacturing plants which slightly reduced, but the result will Times fays Kentucky returns, with lipre-incor have been run- not Le affected. missing, give McKinley (I8 plurality. have been either idle ning short handed. Etlm lies are made on counties. The Qakotas. Complete returns from Bell county increase l.lnlio for Ilrynn. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 0. North DaMcKinley's plurality in the stale to 9b9 Hoisk, Idaho, Nov. 0. Uryan probkota is certainly republican by 5,500. At1 15p.m. The Times returns, with nine Uhe demoprecincts missing, give McKinley 7a plur- ably has 12,000 majority. South Dakota is not over 600 either cratic and populist ticket is all elected way. Now looks republican legislative ality 6 31 o'clock extra, gives The Evening Times. including Gunn for congress. f and state ticket populist. T.ieKinler the state by 47i plura.ity It will democratic senator, is elected. oMcial count to decide the result. take the . Fatal Quarrel. Chicago, Nov. 0. Kate Thornton, aged 23 was shot and Instantly killed Thursday mornintr in her room at a . your election and wishes you a prosJosenh T. 'lorrenco was filed in the perous administration." probate court Tuesday, the value of Dr. Hunter May Contest. the estate being placed at StJSO.OOO. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 0. Dr.W. is set down at The personal Hunter, congressman from the 5400,000 and the realty, according to petition, represents S250, 000. the Third district, claims that he defeated the bulk of the estate is to be held by the John S. Rhea, free silver democrat, by Ho is looking for proof.to e 18 votes. trustees for Mrs. Jessie Norton Magoun, daughter of the de- make a contest cedents. To Frank Torrence, of DeExtra Session of the Legislature, ment, 111., a brother; Mrs. James II. Frankfort, Ky , Nov. 6. Assistant Torrence, Mrs. Wm. and Mrs. Chas. Secretary of State Guffy laid Thursday Gulleford, of Warren, O., sisters of tho morning: "I think there is no doubt decedent, are allowed St.OOO each. that we will have an extra session." God-frew Tor-renc- Courier, one of the original rsilver papers in the country, wired Maj. McKinley Tuesday night at 9 p. m. on the strength of United Associated Presses reports received, as follows: 'The Courier congratulates you on Evaxsviixe, Ind , Nov 7. The le Washington, Nov. C In its bearing on the international relations of the United States, McKinley's election is 150 men. considered important as ensuring a staChairman Washburn closed the Chi bility of policy hardly to be looked for cago headquarters of the people's party in case men new in ouestions of for- natftonal committee Thursdays night eign affairs had been swept into exec- and departed for bis home in Boston utive power. The public men who will Friday morning. naturally be in the front rank of the At the meeting on the 23d inst, of forthcoming administration are known President Dole and the Hawaiian quantities, and there is general conficouncil of staV: it was voted unani- dence that their attitude to the mously to extend a full pardon to rest of the world will not eventually Liliuokalani. diverge from the Adjt-GeCameron Thursday aftar- - 1 course of those who have been most rominent in Mclvinlev'a sunnort. and noon received an application for tho 1ICH rf twxrtTw uuu v" iy'" OtTT- Then comereT " " -- " therefore The most S F mark. vent I.lrt-J '. ?nd f oa closest advisers. parture anticipated from Prcsideu of infantry was at once ordered dutv. Cleveland's external policy relates to Mrs. Elizabeth Christman tried to Hawaii. Not the slightest doubt exkindle a fire nt her home, 1423 Ohio ists that the next secretary of state avenue, St. Louis, Thursday morning, will be in complete harmony with with coal oil. The can exploded aad President Harrison in this matMrs. Christman was so badly burned ter, as Mr. McKinley was well known to have been. The only other that she died within an hour. WM R LANT The hardware manufactory of tho ' reversal of policy looked for is Sargents, in New Haven, Ct, has that which must result from the cus- started up full time and with a full toms tariff revision demanded by the force. Tho factory, which employs ' 'imperative necessity of increasing the about two thousand hands, is tho ' revenue immediately after the fourth V FREE EDUCATION. of March. 'Ihe reciprocity arrangelargest in the city, if not in the state. The National Park bank, of New ' ments abrogated without warning by An education at Harvard, Yale, bill are regarded York, received Wednesday on deposit the or any other college or institution from different deposits over SS3,- - as sure of resuscitation at tho earliest of learning in the United states, 000 in gold coin. Thursday it received' possible moment, auu it is not tnougnt or in the New England Conservatory of Music, can be secured by from the lNew xork Clearing House in now a change in sugar duties in n h any young man or woman who is 50,000 in geld accordence with Mr. McKinley's its credit of SCS2.000, views could be effected in earnest. Write for particulars , certificates. JAMES D. BALL, The R. and A. Knitting mills, of without sweeping away the fric- '' quickly. 30 Bromfield St., Boston, Muss. J Hagerstown, Md., started up Wednes- tion existing between this country day with a full force of hands. A and Germany, Austria and other large number of orders were on hand beet sugar exporting countries, growawaiting the result ot the election. ing out of the unequal bounty systems JN. In the They were given conditional oa Mc- and discriminating duties. Turkish and Cuban affairs, no change Kinley's election. Attorney General Harmon has re- whatever is likely to occur. The isK. O. DIVISION. moved James U. Couch, assistant sues involved ia Turkey have been In Effect March 1, 1S96. United States district attornoy for practically unaltered for thirty years West Virginia. Mr. Couch was an un- and all precedents now being followed Express for Cincinnati, ARV LV. successful candidate for office in the are those of McKinley's long line of A. m- - P. M. II. Paris, Mavsville, recent election in that state on tlie predecessors, bhould the Cuban com chesterand Lexington plication continue until March, it is redemocratic ticket and declined to 7.33 6.23 mail. sign his official position or relinquish well understood that the United States Cincinnati. Paris, IMars- will preserve its strict neutrality as his candidacj'. r. m. viile, AVinch ester and 1 he different banks of Windsor, Onfc., was done when Grant was in the white 1.05 2.05 Lexington mail. house. which had, pending the result of the Livingston, London, JelThe first practical step in the VeneUnited States election, refused to ac1255 1.10 lico, Pineville. cept United States currency for de- zuelan controversy having already - M. Fast line for Livingston. been accomplished, there would be no acposit, are satisfied that no loss can 319 crue to them through its acceptance, wonder if it were entirely settled at 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxvillc and Thursday the boycott has been any moment as far as diplomacy goes. A. M Fast line for Cincinnati P. M. 11.43 3 19 Parts, Winchester. raised, and all money will continue to This was the single great advance of the present administration after many l" if How land, Lancaster and A. M be taken at par as heretofore. 10:10 1.25 Stanford. Information has been received in fruitless efforts, and its successor may dowland, Lancaster ami P. M Havana of the capture of the town of have only to insist upon the execution I'. M ,tanford, 7 10 7.40 arbiGuyamos in the province of Puerto of an exhaustive agreement for i tration. Principe, by the rebels, who have be sieged the place since October 10, making a number of attacks upon the town and its stronghold. Fort Reus, in the meantime. Uhe Insurgents had three cannon, which they used effectively. O en long-establishn. Ti - St -- "Tfne lying on Howard's Lower Creek, in Clark County, Ky.. and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone at the intersection of the Kentucky Iliver Turnpike and Colbyville Road and corner to Bow-ve- r, thence with Colverville road N. E. 29 00 feet to a stake 23 43 baid road in and corner to Lucien Goodwin; thence with his line N. 07 43 W. 1779 feel to a stake in Goodwins line, and corner to Scott; tiienco with Scott's line S. 20 43 W. 1 2916 feet to a point in the center of the Kentucky River Turnpike; thence with the center of said road S. 07 59 E K.26 feet to the beginning, containing acres. The farm is well watered and fenced, with a good dwelling house containing seven rooms and cellar, and all necetbarj outbuildings. Two good turnpikes lead to the place. -vSaid sale will be made on a credit of .tvvelve and eighteen months, and .. ,puXjaser will be required to execute to be approved bj bonds the undersigned, .bearinir interest from the date of sale at'Aix per cent, per an niim and a lien wilrbe retained on said land to secure the paynJent of the pur chase monev. vvuh-ecurit- BRIDGEFORD'S ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! um iMf rv, iv tJJ tmjh 4h I B 3. IB K Va. .V SOLD IN RICHMOND. sad, j &' Wilson-Gorma- n mi G0BH i mm MEAL - M " ''"a well-know- v .V L. & R & OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE BYTHE PROCESS. I have started ft steam corn meal mill at Corner of Orange and Orchard streets, near tho old burnt mill, in Richmond. Custom grinding done. Meal, Bran, Ship-stu- tl etc., on hand. i H 1 J.W. RymeL 03 CD - A- O 03 3 j Frkk SBss? George Thorpe, Chair Works Increases Waceft. Louisville, Ky., Nov. ft. The Louisville chair works, employing 125 men, have increased wages ten per cent owiDg to McKinley's election. Breckinridge's Defeat Louisville, Ky., Nov. G. Evon Settle's majority over Col. W. C. P. Breck- Rai.kigh, N. C, Nov. 0. Bryan carries North Carolina by 15,600 is the official statement made at democratic, state headquarters. The republican state chairman concedes his victory, but declares the majorty is only 5,000. Plead Nut Guilty. Nov. C J. II. Essig, E. A. Aultand.S.W. Matthews, ex council-men of Lorain, indicted by the grand jury for receiving bribes, waived exam Bryan Carries North Carolina. Hungry Mus cies 4mwS d between Second Street,of Dillingham Main and building, rear Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds of blacksnnthing promptly in the best workmanlike manner. 8-- 7 Personal. reference beelc to any person afflicted with any special, chrome or deft, disease peculiar to their sev. Aderess the cate leading physicians and surgeons of the Unted States, Dr. Hathaway it Co, 79 Dearborn street Chicago. 64 page medical Elyria, trict is about inridge for congress in the Seventh 1,40 J. dis- I i She-nan- -- Fifty-firt- - s. ts Clag-get- t, Foreign Markets Boomed. business here has felt the immediate result of McKinley's election, London. Nov. 5. The election of several shops Thursday morning post Maj. McKinley to the presidency of the ed up notices of a full time schedule. United States had a marked effect on American securities here Wednesday. ACCORDIJ.G to views recently exEXTRA SESSION plained befpre the Geological society in England, the island of Jamaica or Congress Will 1'rnbably Be Called by President McKinley. was onco connected with both North Washington, Nov. C Maj. McKinand South America by a stretch of jnountainous land covering the region ley's election, and the- fact that he enof the West Indian archipelago. There ters the white house supported by a are indications that this ancient land republican house and a senate which, was elevated no less than two miles while perhaps not republican, is certainly opposed to free silver, puts an and a half above sea level. end to all fear of free coiuage laws in Treasury statement. country for some time to come. It Washington, Nov. 0. Thursday's this is reasonably certain that President of the treas- McKinley's statementof the condition first action on enury showed: Available cash balance, tering the white house will be 5232,075,805; gold reserve, SU4,957,10SL to con proclamation a issue congress Forecast for Friday. vening the Fifty-fiftTor Kentuck- y- in extra session. Washington, Nov. Ordinarily, the repreFair; warmer by Friday night: westerly wlada sentatives in congress arc given a becoming southerly. For Obio and Indiana Fair: warmer; month's notice that they will be summoned to Washington in extra sesnorthwesterly winds bectmltig southwesterly. sion, and it is hardly likely that President McKln'ey will care to have the THE MARKETS. new "congress on his hands" before Cincinnati. Nov. & some time in April. The first month TiaDtin Eprlne fancy. $.60395. sprln? of his new administration will be family, I3.1U&135: spring patent, MM&4 6UJ fully occupied in making such winter patent, 113)64 55: fancy. W.85&4.VK): in office as are deemed family, t3LS5iJ.50. extra, 2 50i2.7i low grade, chansres do of primary importance. Moreover, j $L93&;.20. rye. northwestern. fi.03Qi.7S, c.ty, (2.0)3173. it is the programme to have the new- Wheat No. 2 red was held at 81c. Sales: tariff bill, which will be the specific Sample red. track, 83c, No. 3 red. track, 81c Cokn sales: No. S mixed, (now), track, purpose of the extra session of con25c; do (old). 27o. No. 3 mixed (new;, track, gress, practically drawn up and ready 21c. for passage before the meeting of conOats Sa'es: No. 2 mixei, track, 20c. is quite likely that. Hoes Select shippers, J.45J.50; select gress. Indeed it fair to good packers, Congressman Dingley, of Maine, to butchers', mOiJl-13whom will be instrusted the business ta35&3.45, fairtogcod ltebt. 13 41&3.U; com mon and rougbs.li WJ3 aO. of drawing up the first draft of the Cattle Fair to good shippers, 13.5021-10-: bill, is already at work on the prelimChoice, S4154.2o; good to choice butchers', 36034 00 fair to medium butchers, tlOOj) inary outlines. 350: common. 12522.75. .THE PRESIDENT ELECT Sheep asd Lambs Sheep; Extras, $3. 103 325. good to choice, tiaOM.OO; common to Few Word to Say on the Late Na Has fair. tl.7Ji0. Lambs: Extras. W.I0S425: - Activity In the Jewelry Trade. Providence, R. I., Nov. 0. The jew-ilr- y ination Thursday, pleaded not guilty and cave bond have to be fed. Give them rich, pure blood and they glow with health; give them poor blood ana tney ao not recuperate ociluc docs not refresh you. If you are worn out, nervous or feeble, there is one thing that vrill aid you pure, rich blood. There is but one way to gain it PEFFER'S GYAL-TANS- Y O Johnstons QUART BOTTLES. 9 .T'lrs w PIL NEW DISCO VERY. NEVER FAILS. A sew. re liable and safe rslicf preyed, exee-- - Ito. scanty or xorai. palnfnt meR9turatfon.5ow nei by over 00, 01 K ladlea. lnTi,rates thvse onrans. lie ware of daarermre Zinlt&Uon. Nant-paper. S3 per bux, enull box ?L Seas Mated In plain, wrapper. SeuU 4e Irv f tampa c-tor partlenlars. SiM laeal CAL ASSOCIATION, lalsxco. in. lr For thirty years it has stood at the head; THE remedy for poor blood. Quart bottles, $1.00 a bottle. Begin this day to give your muscles good food. WILLIAnS, DAVIS. BROOKS & CO., Detroit, filch. i 7 Sold by Richmond Drug r. Co- - and W. White. EV9ADE VIGOROUS WEAK MEM Try Uverettes the Famous Little Liver Pills, ajc. Sold by D. Z. and T. B. TAYLOR. istcjy. T. h & Featherbone Corsets and Waists. Correct Shapes " What PEFFER'S HERW8QR K It acts powerfully and quietly. Cures when t othors faU. Youn- men regain lost manhood, cd men recover youthful visor. AlIutclvi2-anteeA lSDr. JHT. toCure5rrrnufarM, Itallt Igbtly I.o.t i'ov I'allln Memo T. Y m, N tficts ofXcala.loaa.or txecurt Jil either and all en , telt atnttt Inpoteney, Indueretioa. :- !.. -ir . SHWHI Latest Styles Artistic Effects Best Materials Reasonable Prices .. . MHiL JRfKJk MHfiimmMk, -FEATKEEBONE COMET CO, Wards off Insanity and conumptlt'i Don't let druggist imposo a worthless mtntituto ru Ton hcane it yields a greater rrnftt. Instetontrr ng PEr.FRtt'H NElt IGOR, or send f r ' ITcpaia plain rs Can be carried in vest poe--ct 't r. SI per box. or O for K.I. with A Written Pamphlet free,tra CurertrumrUts. Guarantee bold by orlttfmwl I' If ney. Chlcast),.!-- ' r.a umuoriame eiLi. Sold bv Richmond Drag Co. and W. G, White. HslM H wyv IjijF Jl WmBTa!. " " " Kl T T " fa T r?f " Mm Si . good to choice, 33.40. Office Smith building. Main Street. to 12 M. ; ia o 4 P. M. limited to dentistry. Office Sils Canned Goods. and Fancy Groceries. J.C KOICAt. J. A. VATE3. MORGANA YATES, DENTISTS- ,RlCHMOND, Country l'rouuce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. house at No. 1330 Michigan avenue by Charles Carlson. Tho murCarlson and Miss derer escaped. Thornton occupied adjoining rooms. Thursday morning Carlson went to the young woman's room. They quarreled, and a few minutes later Carlson fired the fatal shot and escaped before boa-din- g I - Bank. Ornw Main Street, over Madison National by the Barrel. Kentucky. Salt Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries- fiSTlCome andsee mo the crime became known. Carlson has been arrested. Carlson claimed the motive for the murder "was jealousy, ne said the woman's name was Mrs. Laura Belle Thornton and her home at Clinton, .Mo., where she has a sister, IMrs. Kest-le- r. Illinois Complete. (illCAOo, Nov, 0. Unofficial NOW'S THE TIME to subscribe for THE E. R, m ! Rowland, av -- Iris jar taai 'r- CLIMAX, i a w ,m m Democratic . Tl'inW.r"jt. i L ti ij" 75 TUT PMMAV ft.,.i IN 1KB n I 1SI I I1 j? mrr . w r. rurM-?.. f r' . an .1 bbv aaa aai Bam ibb bbi . .1.1-k 1 mm -- 5. M P"1 M. aaam bwh be from alloftbo 102 counties in Illinois (including Cook) give McKjnley a. plurality of 144,131, and Tanner a plural ity of"115,534. Completejbflleial returns may.mange-iaes- e this Uprincjplly-UMii-- returns Canton, found time Thursday night to say a Veal Calves Fair to3.2coocl light, W5.00. large, 6.50: common and few words about the election. He Wool Unwashed One merino. 9310o per spent the evening in his library and clothing, 12 ffitJe: medium, lb.: delmtne and clothing, )213c; braid. lllic, chatted with a number of his friends. To a correspondent of tho United medium combing. 13aMi Washed, fine merl no. X to XX.. Uc; medium clothing, 11315c; Associated Presses who asked him to 1415:; long combing, 15$lfc: what he attributed the success of the delaine llea:e. and low, litJI3c; commoa quartor-b:orepublicans, he saidr choice, l18c course, UQltc; New Yohk.Nov. 5. "I do not care to ba interviewed but 8I!,a8iJ4c; March, 83Ji 1 will say that I think that the patriMKc: May.8IMS8iKc. otic efforts of the men of both the old Cons No. 2. 31H3i5e: December, 3IKO parties have brought about the result. May, 3lWc SW, Ardent and devotod as have been she Oats Western, 2J32c: .December, tStfe. Toledo, O.., Nov. 5. efforts of republicans everywhere Wheat--N2 redcah, BlJic: December, equally pronounced and helpful was 88Hc May, 89Ko: No. 3 red. cash. T9i demmixed, cash, T25H No. 3 do, the attitude of the sound money No. corn ocrats. Then the press of the country. No. 3 yello-- 26i. 24M Oats No. 2 mixed, cash. 18s: No 3, do. ICi :.the intelligent and enthusiastic efforts "n( RTENa 2. cash.37c. No. 3. do, 31. innrna'sflf both nArtipKhH-- been . Ma quarter-blood ol WHEAT-D'icember. o. M.50 41.00; common to fair, il 00 O., Nov. 0 tional Election. McKinley IkforalxrirTra47iirkoEa. KtitmXmSk Milllonl!!!! II 1 "il ,, EEE: ' fl JH9 3Bi 9HHS teVSS'Jfc HAT BaWW -- , ' ncrchants cheerfully refund the money Af H bb iiffl jf WW Mir m TimthfW lf''ff9 8 fW Panola Styles. Irvine wt?vrr nnTTMTv j . v1 42 i0 r - -- m. 21O 3 o '" f I . No. a. ' fledium, Long and Moberly Union. Richmond Mimon y,?'Ler, Vi,r' NichoI-sviU- No. a. - c- - E. c- - 17No. 3. c T N0.10 lr o A. after 4 weeks' trial It . i, I . . Satisfactory. JErnHiH. mzlnfl 1BiMbI WmLM BH RTHW 1 ftHaV SfeEEiS . h A. U M WK. fllini .. "" 1 liryiyJF 'j! 4 lr BF anon Ino-rBY 6o a 7 1 35 i4 jSlEE j 4a ,,,,7 51s to t ll .vl HI jUBB jKaLifilE 4HBHiHi - VenaiBe. ih 6 s3 7 53 230 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED " 'am Srl f3v 5 r """.m. .. -- 83; ST t& " "PIM Ora&a-a-H--i 5flfi wn sBH HHB affliaBBB Bl m -- ' ajr. tm lllWCHLh '.. , iW-- - j ... ", - -J '. t :-- K? J r ngan swine, 3Ti intxeiaRd:aVy,..35350;goo4t- vmv ek4itt:'nig'Mi:feM4Mfc .1 .. .t' v, - 1' SHMHr aWiptairMlawia; Ifittftfra - K5G&3.80-- . ISUIAKAPOLISlndn NOV. a. Choice to .prim?. ttC03LT5: fat,, well finished. 4 104.30; common. iOQiWLSi Hoes Good to'ebeleei medium and heavy. I Cattle w" jrcta . '.-- " js--i ;Sittytw' k SW?:C ftw-te- l theTepublfcan cause.' WMU'af'Jiiner. ied"104. ol Wm .' '"'"' tT-i- fr,n t ,J, -- i.1f nr,r1 r n'rlorl S Hi, b"JiuM Bh8KM: JlKi;a L r - rvrSl" 1 11 1 1 0nJrfr illllllv' uuuuo - - :;-- ll?TIr7fl T U ri!I it LP Ml I 1 1 mw;-- ! --- -- ' , r,a'K3S:-- All irawr osect j rMiiJ.ui..jiL. irHk oirtk-r- g r " .:aMi . r y n jl t trJHnB "- '. j. - v -- ."i.T I . r S-X-- aw-- s.ii' - - fi .fo-tiST5-- lalna-- - "' ' MWmMWmMW? n - -- llljTFaPZriSilttWfffl 4i Hi a . -- J 41, lf r r 'pC, T. li "it -- J? SL jU T-- . ? s? f s L THE CLIMAX. M!g?rT.' - ', "j j rr ? . -- r PUBLISHES KVKKT WEDNESDAY BT BRYAN Ilolds Out Hope of a Future Yictory. HIS over this Nation even moro than it has county by telegraph last Saturday. He left with his family on the 3 p. m. west been studied in tho past. bound train, to be present at the last sad now for ninkteex hundred. The year 1900 is not far away. fore that year arrives international metallism will cease to deceive. gold-standa- rd J Bebi- writes of n beloved sister. Th9 Climax Printing Go. Before PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. Issues a Manifesto to IN ADVANCE, S1.25 metallste. WEDNESDAY. CANDIDATES Bi- - that year arrives those who have called NOVEMBER 11, ANNOUNCEMENT- 1S9G. - FORJUDGE MADISOX COUNTY COUKT. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Judge of the Madison Coun- BELIEF ty Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. IS STRONG I H. SOLLIVAX. Fon JAILER. That the Single Gold Standard is Wrong. "Not Been Vanquished, Overcome Only Jailer of Madison county, subject to the James C. Lackey is a candidate for action of the Democratic party. A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR themselves Democrats will become bimetallist and be with us, or become Republicans and be open enemies; before that year arrives trust will have convinced still more people that a trust is a menace to private welfare and to public safety; before that year arrives the evil effects of a gold standard will be even more evident than they are now, and the people, then ready to demand an American financial policy for the American people, will join with us in the immediate restoration of the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the present legal ratio of 16 to 1. without waiting for the aid or consent of any other W. J. Bryan. Nation. A DAY FOR THANKS AND PRAISE. SUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. "IN ITS FIRST GREAT FIGHT ct The president issued Wednesday the following Thanksgiving proclamation: BY THE TRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. didate for Superintendent Public Instruction for Madison county, to the action of the Democratic party. pul-je- Mrs. John Williamson Is a can- FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS. "W. OK PUBLIC for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. J. Wagers is a candidate a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is H. H. Colver is a candidate for Sheriir of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic James C. Miller is a candidate party. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce Green Clay a candidate for of City Attorney,of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J, Talbot Jackson as a candidate LrS City Attorney, of Richmond. y., subject to the action of tin-offic- e party. -- J McKinley will now have to return the favor' and help Palmer and Duckner. settlement, and it will not be settled until it is settled right. Defeat now merely prolongs the struggle till 1900. Nlcholasville Democrat. -- This currency question is up for For the second time Mr. Itrt Cleva-lan- d retires from the Presidency with a Republican successor. As h leader of the Democratic party, Mr.. Cleveland has not been very successful. blighted, the air castles, for such NEARLY A VICTORY. they will prove, will be knocked But in spite of the efforts of the Addown and the oilice they expect to ministration and its supporters, in spite fill will be occupied by other men. of the threats of money loaners.at home tin- in of snite News of another Spanish outrage and abroad. corporate employers, on an American citizen has reached coercion by this country. The home of Freder- in spite of trusts and syndicates, in spite ick Craycroft, who moved to the of an enormous Republican campaign island three years ago from Indiana, fund and in spite of the influence of a was entered by Spanish soldiers who hostile daily press, bimetallism iias albrutally assulted Mrs. Craycroft. Her most triumphed in its first great fight. husband attempted to defend her, The loss of a few States and that, too, but was struck down by an officer by a very small plurality has defeated with a sword and the house robbed. bimetallism for the present, hut bimetallism Mr. Hanna paid a tribute to the National Democrats. "They were," he said, "a very important factor in the election, and I dou't think any man appreciates their service more than I do. They worked just as hard for the same results. There were no break in the line anywhere, and they were loya' from the outset. The value of their services cannot be overestimated. emeiges from the contest stronger than it was four months ago. I desire to commend the work of the three national committees, which have joined in the management of this campaign. IMS PERSONAL THANKS. Grover Cleveland. Democrats have publicly advocated the By the President: Why are some of Palmer and election of the Indianapolis ticket, while Richard Olney, Secretary ot State. Ruckner supporters at heart, and they laboied secretly for the elecwho voted for thera, now trying to tion of the Republican ticket. The NAPOLEON'S VALUE OF VICmake the public lelieve they sup- trusts and corporations have tried to exTORY. ported the straight Democratic tick- cite a fear of lawlessness, while they themselves have been defying the la w.and IT FINDS A STRIKING COUNTERPART et? American financiers have boasted that IN RECENT WORM) TRIUMPHS. How rejoiced are the Republicans they were the custodians of national over the election of McKinley; but honor while they were secretly bartering Napoleon knew well tho value of how sad some will be a year hence, away the Nations, financial independ- a victory. After Austerlitz, the world when their fondest hopes will be ence. seemed his. Fame invited, fortune The people of the United States should never be unmindful of the gratitude the' owe the God of nations for His Won." watchful care which has shielded them from dire disaster apd pointed out to Lincoln, Neh., Nov. 0. William J. them the way of peace and happiness. Bryan this afternoon gave out the fol- Nor should they ever refuse to acknowllowing statement to the biinetallists of edge with contrite hearts their proneness to turn away from God's teachings and the United States: Conscious that millions of loyal hearts follow with sinful pride after their own are saddened by temporary defeat, I beg devices. To the end that these thoughts may to offer a word of hope and encourageNo cause ever had supporters be quickened, it is fitting that on a day ment. more brave, earnest and devoted than especially appointed we should join tothose who have espoused the cause of gether in approaching the Throne of bimetallism. They have fought from Grace with praise and supplication. Therefore, I, Grover Cleveland, Presiconviction, and have fought with all the dent of the United States, do hereby zeal which conviction inspires. Events will prove whether they are right or designate and set apart Thursday, the day of the present month wrong. Having done their duty as they twenty-sixtof November, to be kept and observed saw it, they have nothing to regret. as a day of thanksgiving and praise m'kixi.ey's throughout our land. On that day let all our people forego Republican candidate has been The their usual work and occupation, and, asheralded as the advance agent of If his policies bring real pros- sembled in their accustomed plaeesf perity to the American people, those worship, let them with one accord rgn-- 1 r- aisoatciulerof the Universe who opposed him will share in fi kfour preservation as a nation and our prosperity. If, on the other jfa policies prove an injury to tli2"Jeopte gen- deliverance from every threatened danerally, those of his shpporters who do ger; for the peace that has dwelled within not belong to the class, or our boundaries, for our defense against to the privileged classes, will sutler in disease and pestilence during the year those who opposed him. that has passed; for the plenteous recommonjv-ftThe Snds of bimetallism have not wards that have followed the labors of Ix'rti vannuislied. , thpv Imvn sinmiv luwn. our husbandmen; and for all the other . ....,.., j j overcome. They believe that the gold blessings that have been vouchsafed to standard is a conspiracy of the money us. And let us, through the mediation of changers against the welfare of the human race, and until convinced of their Him who has taught us to pray, implore error, they will continue the warfare the forgiveness of our sins and a continuation of heavenly favor. against it. Let ns notforgeton this da of Thanksaoaixst great 0I)I)5. giving the poor and needy, and by deeds The contest has been waged this c.ir of charity let our offices ns praise he under gieat embariiMiieiits and against made more acceptable in the slight of great odds. For the first time during the Lord, this generation public attcnli in h.is he :: Witness my hand and the seal of the ceutcred upon the money quc:ioj as the United States which I have caused to be paramount issue, and this has been done affixed.- - Done at the City of Washingin spite of all attempts upon the p irt of ton this fourth day cf November in the our opponents to prevent it. The year of our Lord one thousand eight convention held out the deluhundred and ninety-six- , and of the insive hope of international bimetallism, dependence of the United States of while Republican leadeis labored for America the one hundred and twenty-firs- t. gold monometallism. 'In Spite of Obstacles Our Cause Almost h pros-peritv. oflice-holdiu- While out driving Sunday evening, Mr. Walter Howe's horse became unmanageable and started to run, but failing in this, it restored to kicking, smashing the cart to pieces and hurting Mr. Howe very severely. No broken bones but several flesh wounds as a result occasioned by the fright of the horse. We hope he may speedily recover from his misfortune. Last Sal unlay was ratification day with the Republicans at this place. The Richmond silver band and the colored band from Richmond furnished music for the occasion with credit- to themselves and the delight ofall present. The parade was formed at this place at 3 p. m. and marched to Miller's school house, about one mile: The M'hite numbering about 172, carried a banner upon which was inscribed: "McKinley Protection and Prosperity." Seven young ladies with the glow of health upon their cheeks, dressed in yellow, an attractive feature of the successful and highly complimented parade, which was personally conducted by I. M. Aeher, C B. Day and C B. Dunn. The colored band headed the Republican colored procession, numbering about After the procession returned they congregated on the public square, where music from both bands floated through the air, yellow ribbons flitted in the brseze, anvils belched forth a tremendous roar that echoed and over hill and dale; the mill whistled, boys screamed, men yelled, silverites smiled when they were rat(ifi)ed. Altogether it was a demonstration long to he remembered, and proves that we are a united people with one common country, one flag and a supreme being over all. Mr. John Hamilton and wife, 'of Scott countyare visitingthe latters parents, G. W. Foster and family, n?ar here. The young people enjoyed themselves last Saturday night at a leap year party, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. - w Hk PERSONALSfT? Is what gives Hood's SarMparUU its great Mr. C. E. Smith was in Jackson popularity, Ita constantly increasing sales, and enables it io accomplish IU Saturday. wonderful and unequalled carts. The Miss Ida Parks, of Irvine, M'as in combination, proportion and process M'eek. our city last nsed in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla Miss Cora Wilcox, of Paris, visited are unknown to other medicines, ind make Hood's Sarsaparllla frjends hero last M'eek. Harrods-bur- g Dr. L. H. Blanton In Thursday on business. Miss Maggie Bales is at home from It cures a wide range ot diseases becaast ot its power as a blood purifier. It ccts a protracted vlst to Virginia. directly and positively upop the blood, Miss Anno Neale Bennett is visiand the blood reaches every nook find ting relatives in Kansas City. corner ot the human system. Thus all the nerves, muscles, bones and tissues Lavyer R. H. Crook left Monday come under the beneficent influenco ot for Trenton, Mo., on busincp. Mrs Ed Lawless, of ueorgetoM'n, s J Merit nnDnDrxnnDnnnnnnnnnnnc n AUCTION U. J. STEENG WILL BEGIN. At 10 o'clock, a. m., to sell his entire stock of Peculiar to Itself visited Miss HeUnTenili last M'eek. Miss Kate Cohen, of Versailles is the guest of her brother, Mr. M. H. s Cohen. J. T. Embry and M. S. Bauglnnan The One True Blood Purifier. Jt per bottle. M'ere at Richmond Monday. Staneuro Liter Ills; easr to ford Commercial. MOOd S PUIS takB, easy to operate. 25c. ' Mr. Harry Klein, of Nicholnsville, AN ERROR. wns.the guest, last week, of his sister, Mrs. J. G. Miller. Bluegrass, Ky., Nov. 9, 18. Mrs. P. L. Hume, of Irvine, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Claude Smith, Judge J. C. Chenault, Riclimond, Ky.'. on Second street. Dear Judge: Your report in Inst Mr. II. C. Shipp and wife, nee Miss Hood's Sarsaparllla HUf I Goods k Clothing, Notions, 1 Furnishin Goods, C oaks, k 'M L. Leads. PANOLA g " Ylay'Tfie locnty did not want free silver tir&u wanted free turnpikes. Wonder if free whisky wouldn't carry? The gold bug boys were so happy they had to climb Round Mountain with half a dozen anvils to celebrate Tuesday night Our II. R. S helped them, with a forced smile, to yell Thursday night. He knows how to hold a stiff upper lip. To the wife of George Newman, a boy, still born, 60 says Dr. Johnson. A. W. White, from Ohio, is here to make a blast in the petroleum well; s of dynamite Mill be exploded, and this often starts a flow of oil. An effort will be made to let it off this morning, two or three efforts having failed. Dr. James is in full faith that oil is here. Married, at the residence of T. J. Wilcox, on the 4th inst., Willard Cox and Eliza White, and G. Tuttle and Rhoda -- 300-lb- Wilcox. WHITE HALL. Miss Margaret Lacky, who has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. D. Dykes, in Richmond, has returned to White Gulil-standa- Hall. talking sound money and McKinleyism during the campaign, had all the skin rubbed off both sides of S. R. Black, in his neck by his collar. The Republicans south of here wasted a large quantity of powder trying to blow np stumps last Friday night. LAND, STOCK A2TD CROP. - between the members of distinct political organizations is always difficult, but it has been less so this year than usual. Interest in a common cause of great importance has reduced friction to a minimum. I Mju Bryan was interviewed hereby express my personal gratitude to Thursday night and asked about the the individual members, as well as the probable effect that his defeat would executive officers of the national comhave upon the cause of bimetallism mittee of the Democratic, Populist and and replied: "The fight for bimet- Silver Parties for their efficient, untiring allism has just begun. I am defeat- and unselfish labors. They have laid ed, but the cause I represent will the foundation for future success, and live, and I hope that I will be able will be rememoered as pioneers when to wield a strong arm in the fight. I victory is at last secured. No personal or political friend need submit to the result and do not think that I have been robbed or grieve because of my defeat. My ambicheated. We will triumph in the tion has been to secure immediate legisend, and the cause of free silver will, lation rather than to enjoy the honors when the people understand it bet- of office, and, therefore, defeat brings to ter, sweep every state in this country. me no feeling of personal loss. NOW FOR AND FOK MRS. PROSPERITY. BRYAN. We fear, however, it Mill not has brought. In the face of an enemy lejoicing in come. Already some of the gold adits victory, let the roll be called for the vocates are leginning to say why next engagement, and urge all friends of the prosperity of the past cannot be bimetallism to renew their allegiance to resumed. Some say wo are growthe cause. ing old as a nation and there is not RETAIN YOUR ORGANIZATIONS. that room for development in the future that there has been in the If we are right, as I believe we are, past. That descendants tegins In. a we shall yet triumph. Until convinced nation as In an individual. We re- of his eiror, let each ad vr cat e of bimetgret to think that younr America allism continue the work. Let all silver is beginning to show symptoms of clubs retain their organization, hold regold age. We deny the charge. Wo ular TTlPHtinm. ntlft ...... w.arW.,.ku 1ilaMtiM -. , ,, lubiaiuic. uenove as iirnily now as wo did i Our onnonon ,,..v- c...7o,i ,u lUlb : .: . l 4l. mo jieupie poKe, tnat the campaign, and mutt now put their thecause of idleness and tramps in this ories to the test. of talking country, is the direct result from tho mysteriously abont Instead money" ''sound and demonetization of one of tho precious an'iiouest dollar,"theymust now elabor- We believe metals. general pros- ate and defend a financialsystcm. Every perity to all the people an uttor step taken by them should be publicly so long as the existing considered by the ilver clubs. Our gold standa-- d remains. We hope cause has prospered mo&t where the we are mistaken, for we would rather money question longest have prosperity noM' than to bo a&osfc'jhe people. During the next tour, yeaw it will be --,.-fvrr-lllaf- Speaking for the wife, who has shared The election is over. Another mv labors, as well as for myself, I desire page of American history has been to say that we have been amply repaid written. Major McKinley, if he for all that we have done. In the love of millions of our fellow lives, Mill be President of these citizens, so kindly expressed, in knowlUnited States for four years, after March 4 next. A great economic edge gained by personal contact with the question has been settled, for the people, and in broadened sympathies, present at least. If confidence is all we find full compensation for whatever that is needed, as Is urged by many, eTorts we have put forth. Our heartB surely the decided vote Mill bring have been touched bj' devotion of that confidence. We hope prosp?r friends and our lives shall prove our apry and business will revive and. an preciation of the affection of the plain place. opportunity for all who desire to la- lcupir, ou curcnuu wiucji we prize as the richest reward which this campaign bor may present favored, everything stimulated his . aspiring ambition. With growing them. There has been a decided increase in power he gathered the fruits of victory. And so has it ever been. Suc- the price of Irish potatoes. The crop is cess succeeds. A notable illustration said to be 50.000,000 short. Some of of this truth is furnished by the our growers who sold a large portion of great victories won at the World's meir crop two weeKS since at 'M cents per bushel have since been offered 35c. Fair in '93 and the California '94 by Dr. Price's Lexington Gazette. Fair in The Chicago market is at presentshort Cream Baking Powder. Ever increasing sales and popularity have about 100,000 cattle from the ranch combeen the result. The people have pared with the receipts of the last year. promptly ratified the official verdicts This shortage is attributed largely to the that declared Dr. Price's, for leav- fact that ranchmen have found it imposening power, keeinng qualities, puri- sible to restock, except at prices that ty and general excellence the "ore-mo- threatened to leave little or no margin of baking powder in all the profit, and hence prefer to herd their presworld." Quite as quickly as the ent herds on the grass another year. great Emperor ,do they knoM-- the The benefit derived from feeding charvalue of a victory that means world-wid- e coal or even charred cobs at the present supremacy. season of the year to all swine is more than many breeders have any idea of. The beneficial effect is marvelous in Inauy instances and many breeders have slipped by a close call from disease by . GORRESPONDEKGL this method of feeding. If the cobs are ;.isiia:nE:mxHKrffi:Jix:iKmnE raked up m a wind row in the feeding lot. some dry straw scattered over them, NEWBY. Dr. J. A. Davis has moved into his and all fired you can char the cobs ly. When burned enough, scatter the new dwelling. cobs with rake and the fire will he exMisses Hattie and Vertie Baker were tinguished; sprinkle salt on them and the guests ol Miss Fannie Newby Sunday. when cool let in th3 pigs. They Mill Corn husking is all the go. The crop leave corn for it. Farmer's Home good beyond expectation Journal. Wheat is looking well. Now that the time for putting np cows Mr. Achillis Deatherageispieparingto has come some thoughts on how they erect a dwelling on his farm'. are to be supplied with water will be in The boys are taking the election hard, order. As might be expected, cows that is, the Democrats; the others are giving milk need much more water than other domestic animals, for SO per cent, rejoicing. The election passed off quietly at New- of their milk is water, besides other seby. The Democrats carried the ward by cretions of lufuid from the body. It is a s mistake to suppose that cows having aca hard struggle. There were no at our ward. We aro for Bryan cess to water at all times will drink more four years hence, if we are in the land than is for their good, but if deprived of it half a day and then allowed to drink of the living. cold water they will often through thirst" Mr. P. C. Bogie is going to move to take so much as to injure digestion, the Kirksville the 1st of January. water having to be wnnned before the Prof. J. T. Deboe Mill commence a stomach can go to work again. We grammer and arithmatic school at Slick think that in cold weather water should Rock school house next Monday night. be Marmed to nearly, or quite, blood Teach at nights. tempeiature- J iMis. John Bailee, of Kansas, is visitFACT'S FOR FARMERS. ing her father, John F. Sallee, near this Mid-Mint- Beans should be fed to a horse crush ed, not whole, as in the formercase much more nutriment will be extracted from eral days. and power sit as judges." "Adversity may make one wise, but nl. Mrs. Louis Blakemnn jgid little not rich." -- " idle folks " (laughter. Delsie, are visiting her Mr. Thacker, in Lawrence- father, "Every one is architect of his oM'n burg. fortune." Mrs. G. F. Bradley, Master George "Fine feathers make flue birds." C. Bradley and Miss Sallie Nave, of "Go into the country to hear the liens Highsville, are visiting Mr. Clifton of the town." Shiflett. "He is a good orator who convinces Miss Maggie Clayton, of Beattyville, himself." a matriculate of Madison Institute, "If you cannot bite, never show your spent Saturday and Sunday Mith her teeth." parents. "Lawyers houses are built ou the Miss Kathleno Poyntz, of Rich heads of fools." mond, visited her brother, Dr. C. E. "Little, and often, fill the purse " Poyntz, here last' M'eek. Paint Lick "Much, would have more and lost it cor. Record. Dr. A. Wilkes Smith and Mife cele all." "Practice makes perfect." brated their crystal M'edding last night, at their beautiful home, West varieties. over Terrace. "Love what you ought to do and you Mrs. Robert McCreary, of Rich can easily do it; oiled wheels run mond, is the guest of Miss Susan freely." Cromwell at her country home. "Cicero says that Roscius a Reman Lexington Leader. orator, could express a sentence in as Messrs. Edwards, Kelly and Mann, man- - different ways by his gestures as of Paris, M'ho came over Mith the he himself could by his words." foot ball team Saturday, M'ere guests g "Never speak unless you have of R. L. Gentry, Jr. to sav, and always stop when you Mr. J. W. Fitzpatrick, an old Cen- have done." tre man, returned to his home in "Our education should be adopted to Richmond Sunday, after a short visit the full development of body and mind." to friends in Danville. Advocate. "Truth can never contradict itself; Miss Mnnio Prather has returned but is eternal and immutable the same from and extended visit to Station in all ages, the states of men's reception Camp, Estill county, She M'as ac- of it are as various as the principals companied home by Mr. John Wil- and subjects of natural creation." son and Mife, M'ho Mill remain sev- Jennie Ferrill, are visiting in Richmond and vicinity. Mrs. Mildred Chase, of Chicago, is visiting her father, Capt. W. H. Adams at Hotel Glyndon. Mrs. Estill Payne, of Nicholas-villMas a guest last week of Mr. Gardner Wallace and M'ife. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. RoMiand, of Danville, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. S. B. White, on High street. Miss Bessie Riddell, of Irvine, stopped over in Richmond Saturday, on her return home from Lexington. Miss Flora Heath, a beautiful brunette of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. T. J. Foster. Interior Jour-- n e, week's Climax makes our precinct (White Hall), give to Palmer and Buckner 23 votes when they received but three. As a matter of simple justice and personal consideration, many voters ask a correction. Hoping, as I believe, that our defer.t is but temporary, and that we may both live to fight this battle again four years hence, and with better results. I am, very truly, W. A. Lanofoiu). CHILDREN'S "Accusing At Atrci'iON daily until every article is sold. Now is j'our cliance to secure BARGAINS. Bon't Fail to Attend The Aug fion Everybody indebted to us will call at once and settle their accounts. This is the last notice. u COLUMN. PROVF.HBS. is proving, where malice .Mfc.. H I AN W. I z? - M htJp A. JL JLecJ A. H ii f .ND CUKE Vol l: . nnnnnnDnnnnnnnnnnui OF MINE. OLD SWEETHEART Courier-Journal. "WHEAT. KILL :, . I As one who cons at evening o er an Prof. W. A. Henry, dir.-It is reported the India crop is ."0,000, culture Experiment Station, 000 bushels less than last year , that it of Wisconsin, S3ine-thin- How to Cure a Bilious Colic. LITERARY NOTES. clever literary raconteur, "Droch," M'ho in private life is Robt. Bridges, has joined the M'riters who Are flocking in such numbers to The Ladies' Home Journal. 'Droch" commences in the December issue of that magazine a series of "Droch's Literary Talk," which hereafter Mill be a regular editorial feature of the Journal. Mr. Bridges Mill aim his more directly at girls, and gossip about books rather than review-them- . They Mill be, in short, "literary talks." The k M'eeks with colic and pains in iny stomach, caused by bilious- I suffered four er ness and had to take medicine all the while until I used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which cured me. I have sinre recommended it to a good many people. Mrs F. Butler, of Fairhaven, Conn. Persons who are subject to bilious colic can M'ard of! the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptoms appear. Sold by W. G. White, Richmond. Ky. 22-2- 5 Mrs. Tyman Triplett, of Akron., i$ to be dying of concussion of the brain, brought on by being struck on the head by a stone thrown by a Hallowe'en st MOODY'S GREAT BIRLE CLASS. celebrator. I I bolto-crat- itself. !.. I - 1 - ..ou .lias-be- en Ma-cuss- - ' 1 - t - . t it:. Los-.- - 3 d3-- To get good horses, breed right ard then feed right. YALLEY VIEW. Generally the larger the animal the Hurrah for Biggerstaff precinct. Her n majority was for the unsul- greater the cost of keeping. lied and unterrified democracy, which A long lived animal must be of slower stood andcontinuestostandfor therights growth than one for early maturity. of the people, based ona principle which Keep the harness, especially the col laughs in defeat as she sniffs victory for lars, well oiled, will help prevent gallB. toe nexi comDat, reiymg ever on a prinme nearer you gei io mil DIOOa in ciple which temporary defeat can never breeding the better will be the results. subdue or Republican triumph be little. The thriftand condition of the mothThe principle for which we fought standsont in bold relief, offering to the er Iarger'determincs what the pig will toiling people of onr country a hope nev- be. A well-fe- d er to be lost untit the final clash of matpig is usually a contented ter and wreck of world. one, and will usually hike only such ex- The public sale of E. L. Haden, trustee eroises as is needed for health. of L. J. Hadeu, last Saturday, was well On the farm, as elsewhere, economy attended. Cattle brought fair prices; of time and space requires every team to horses sold low; corn sold at 53 cts. per accomplish the greatest amount of work. barrel in field. The quality of the meat may bo Teadily The J. C. Burrus" Free Silver Demo- improved by careful arid cleanly leading cratic Club will continue to meet the as well as by changing. the kinds of food. last Saturday night of each' .month. Horses,mayfKetfat anil look well stand' Everybody invited to attend. ingin, the stable alj'cif the time, but' Dr. apprised of tfcei tfieywilli batdlybe.Mi-- cpaditioa fifty-seve, -- . -- S3 V I3m&--'&SZLJ'T'-V i f 1 put together, and until the last was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly fail Ine to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, aud therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh (Jure, manufactured by J. E. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the constitutional cure OATS. VIII orrthe market. It is taken internally pressure of her Threshings, weight and the movement in doses from ten drops to a teaspoonful. And again I feel the GENERAL NEWS, all show a large shortage in tho crop. slender little hand It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one As we used to talk together of the fut Clapp it Co. Daisy Sullivan, a young woman, ure we had planned; hundred dollars for any case it fails to assassinated by some unknown persons AVhenI should be a poet, and with "IF YOU WANT A WIFE cure. Send for circulars and testiuoni-als- . near Benton. nothing else to do Address, Police officer A. W. White, of Owens-borS. F. Cheney & Co., ToIedD, O. But write the tender verses that she sot You Must Keep Your Eye Open For a Warm was shot and instantly killed by a JSTSold by druggists, 75c. the music to; Bundle of Femininity." negro named Alex Holt, Several othIX negroes have been arrested as accomer When wesould live together Jin a cozy ADVERTISING- HATES. The Rev. Charles II. Parkhurst.D. D., plices iu the crime. Lynching is fearel. little cot, w O H O Hid in a ntst cf roses with a fairy gar- discusses "The Young Man and MarriA barn belonging to Ed. Freeman, of " n 3 age" in the November Ladies' Home den spot. J Hanesville, Ky., M'as destroyed by fire.. a s ? g 5 3 SPACE. 2 were ever fruited and Journal. "Marriage to a certain degree," Where the vines Five horses, one cow, all his hay and he says, "a young man is to look upon ? ? sr the weather ever fine, : : coin were destroyed. The originl of " MOST PERFECT MADE : : from a utilitarian standpoint. A good i And the birds were ever singing for that : the fire is unknown. : : ' , : wife is so much capital. She ' makes A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret of mine. old sweetheart Georgetown has a maple syrup factory I Inch. f iooJx 5S"S$4 5o?7oo tl2 him to be, by a kind of grace, a great from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, X j which turns out four hundred gallons of i Inches- - , 75 a 50 3 50 7 00 11 00 17 50 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. jo 3 50 5 00 10 00 13 00 23 25 And I should be her lover forever anda deal more than he is by nature. She J inches. syrup daily. 4 Inches- 28 7J 300 400 contributes the qualities needed in - 3 S Soo 60012001900 34 5o day, Jn.chel750 John Ragan, a desperate character at MJol. 400 600 900 t$oo 13 00 40 00 And 1800 270c she my faithful sweetheart till bor order to convert his vigor into a safe as LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. U C0L.....I 6 00 9 oo 13 00 17 00 40 00 60 00 Shelby ville, shot and painfully wounded JiCol well as productive effiiciency She in8 00 12 00 17 7j 34 50 So 00 8000 golden hair was grey; 10 00 is ool 22 so 42 on 60 00 loo 00 lol Policeman Campbell. troduces, for instance, into ins intellectAnd we should be so happy that when 9TReadin notices 10 cents a line for fint Inual nature that ingredient of sentiment The body of George R. Whitehead, a sertion, ConnECTEn Wbbkly either's lips were dumb $ cents a line for each additional ins which intellect requires in order to be drummer for a Boston shoo house, was resolutions of respect and similar mat- They would not smile in Ileaveu till the - ' Butter found in a eornTield near Hopkinsville. ter at half rates. No specified position. able to do its best work. Heart and Eggs other's kiss had come. thought to be a case of suicide, tho brain need to conspire in order to the It is XI Chickens (live) result of a fpree. But-a- h! my dream is broken by a step attainment of the true, and without Chickens (spring) caring to assert that man is naturally Ducks (live) While attempting to defend her Bon, upon, the stair, who was receiving a fearful beating from door is softly opened, and my heartless, any more than I should wish to Cheese And the 10 to 12 i assume that woman is by nature brain his father, Mrs. Walter Allen, of Marys-vill- Time Table No. 24, In is fif Atiilim tliprf' Si Lard Mont., accidentally shot and killed Yet with eagerness and rapture all my less, yet ueart in us way is just as pre- Beeswax ift. fect May 12, 1895. cious as brain in its way, and woman, so Ginseng her son, aud fatally wounded her hus visions I resign $2 50c to 1ST CLASS. CLASS. To greet the living presence of that old long as she is untainted by the passion band. 11 to -. Wool (No. 1) KAST BOUND. No. ,. Mfcfe-fT- 7 of wanting to be a man, will be that sweetheart of mine. The Episcopal church at Frankfort Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun E);San 7 to x-Burry aud Cott member of the ennnubial corporation Green hides . James Whitcomb Riley. caught fire. Loss $3,000. A memorial r. M. A. H. A. M. j M that will in particular contribute to the. Dry hides S jj Versiil!es.. 6 40 iC 2s windoM costing $1,500, was ruined. 5 to U' lb NichoUsviIIe. 10 sa 7 35 CUT IT OUT. ti 05 ZZi capital stock its efiectional element. Valley View., n 30 S.c lb 10 55 7 j8 Feathers (new) . 8 11 4j Some women may resent this, but Million. itn r. si. . The gives this I to caution young would like . ia 0$ Richmond. 8 30 UEI). W. KlhEY 1230 pin Uaioc . 2J 30 11 io u . recipe, which the whole world ougbt to men against cherishing matriMpberly 11 2 1 cA ,,,. , know: "At the first indication cf diph monial designs upon any woman 11 87 Snss6rld- -. 1 jO Of Shelbyvilie, Ky., Recomraen.ls Panola...... 3 a i5 , Broaddus, Lizzie Powers, Elizabeth Irvine......... xa it) it- If Wright's Celerv Capsules. ,JS.w theria in the throat of a child make the who is likely to resent jk, Reynolds, J C Clark, Robt room close, then take a tin cup and pour what you want w a wife, and not merely Shelbvville. K.. May 20, 'DC. To Cornelius, Alex Rogers, Nathan 2 N5? rto.4. no.io into a quantity of tar and turpentine;, a housekeeper, you must keep your eye Wright Medical Co., Col., 0 r WESTBOUND Ex Sun, Ex Sun Ex Sue Ei.'Sun Royce Callie Collins, Ban equal parts. Then hold the cup over i well openforaivarm bundle of feminGeats I have purchased a bos. cf Cooper, Mary E Schuman, Julia fire, so as to fill the room with fume;; inity that will be, to you in a personal Wright's Gelery Capsules from G. L. Irvine... J-- - The little patient on Dearinger,NannieTurner, Cora Panola-.- .. iniuding the- fumes way what the fire on. tlie hearth is to yon liddelton. druggist, and used them foi BrassEeld. Francis, FlorenceWalker, Casie will cough up and spit out air the mem- in physical way a fund of tropical Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstMoberly. 4, ItniAn, Givens, Howard Walt, MIs3 branous matter, and diphtheria pass ourl comfort that, will keep tho stiffness opt ipation and found that they cave me imRichmond ;33 HrttIb, Jas Mrs Walka, Carrie" Mi'.licnl The ium of the tar and turpoutiue of yoar thinking; the frost out of yoer mediate relief every time. 1 think it an VaNer Vie: 3 4C Head, X'C Mrs, WmiwaB,.Ii Mrs NlcaoIautU.loose the matter ia the threat; anil feelingly! t o era! machinery ofyea r eseelleat remedy. -- "WillfcwwpJ Moore.-Hany:Versa tflei S " tbM aftM'tlM relief that has btSed the pleawafak aetiv- si Yeers very truly, few-year- s sun-bonn- et The Ladies Homo Journal, by M'hich he Mill conduct in that magazine n series of popular Bible studies in the form of a great National Bible Class. It Mill be made into a regular and permanent department of the Journal, and it is to be known as "Mr Moody's Bible Class." The evangelist Mill personally lead his unique "Bible Class" each month in the ex of some of t,,e Bible truths, and Mill naturally appeal to a large circle oi rentiers. There is more catarrh in this section evangelsit, has made a contract with of the country than all other diseases Dwight K. Moody, the famous of wisdom with many farmers. ur who iias neaiui nogs an.! i, them upon the best prodncN or makes pork unexcelled with a little skill, can W . toothsome hams and bacon, re.i-table, at small cost for j rep.i' Tiiere will be quite a saving in u and the farmer Kin feel that he ing himself with none hut the "We have heard a great v.i the 'Whisky Trust,' u nn! whisky we need not worn aUi. the least; we have likewise har . . deal about Chicago packers. . they put down the price of and crowd up the ; pork products when selling. Tl.tr.-whiccompels a farmer to sell i to Mr. Armerat a low price, an.l his bacon and hams back ir..r at a high price. 'I know of several intan. -. farmers have ma hh fuel 11 red tin pork into various prodm-tsan.- l it to customers at verv .in- -i prices. Each one of these is an gent, successful, opponent to aii bination that may exist among pi in Chicago "Not every man will follow ..ir lines I have indicated in the alx e am sure that in every neigliln.rlio. VII be found a careful, successful ten . CORN. aud the of whom will think overtlns mat'. I can see the pink Fall picking is reported delayed. see if little checkered dress after all there is not a men The export demand was never larger. helping She wore when first I kissed her and themselves by learn nig to Pric2s never less at this season. Confully and wisely prepare pork r she answered mv caress sumption is at the maximum point. for "With the written declaration that "as nlefo others in the Imiiit n Sentiment is growing bullish. Speculasurely as the vine tion is increasing. Thrc; bushels of Awarded Giew round the stump" she loved me corn for one ot wheat seems low. that old sweetheart of mine! Highest Honors World's Fair, . 1 will likelj fall short the coming season album all alone. And muses on the faces of the friends 100.000,000 bushels ; that the firm that shipped the first cargoof wheat from that he has known, So T tnrn the leaves of Fancy, till years ago, India to Europe, twenty-fiv- e shadowy design. has recently shipped a cargo from CalI find the smiling features of an old ifornia to India ; that India is now shipping wheat to England. It is reported sweetheart of mine. 73 per cent, of the world's people live II The lamplight seemes to glimmer with a exclusively on rice ; that India grew US. SJO.OOO acres of rice and only 22,210,000 flicker of surprise, As I turn it low to rest me of the dazzle acres of wheat, and 90,(3S,000 acres of in my eyes. other foodstuffs The Australian crop is And light my pipe in silence, save a sigh reported only to equal home necessities. that seems to yoke The English pres have been advising Its fate with my tobacco, and to vauieh their farmers to hold their wheat, claim- ing stocks are light and decreasing, and with the smoke. thatvisablesuppliesshowbuttwo weeks' Ill 'Tis a fragrant retrospection, for the lov- consumption. The Mark Lane Express ing thoughts that Mart predicts adull November, to be followed Into being are like perfumes from the by higher and advancing prices in De- blossom of the heart; ceiuber. Danubian ports report lower And to dream the old deams o'er is a freight and a liberal movement. Rusluxury devine sian markets appear to be affected more When my truant fancy wanders with by our markets than English quotations or demand. French reports claim there that old sweetheart of mine. IV is too much rain, and damaged crops are T1...1. T linn. VtAtlOltll mv Cfllfit lilo ' possible. The German and English potato crops are reported.short ami a less a fluttering of w ings, The voices of my children and the yield than in 1S95. Fall seeding in Rusmother as she sings, sia is reported in fine condition. San I feel no twinge of concience to deny me Francisco reports an unusual demand any theme from an unusual number of ports for When care has cast her anchor in the wheat, and claims half her 1S93 crop harbor of a dream. gone forward, has sudj much V of 11. eremaining supply is under contract. In fact, to speak in earnest I believe it Monday spot wheat sold there at adds a charm per cental, and for December delivery at To spice the good a trifle with a little 1. 11; yesterday's market was strong and dust of harm about 7 cents per cental higher. The For I find an extra flavor in Memory's Modern Miller claims northwest delivermellow wine ies show no signs of increasing; that the That makes me drink the deeper to that milling demand is urgent. Cash wheat old sweetheart of mine is selling in Minneapolis at December VI price, it is reported .Manitoba w ill have with a form of airy only 10,000,000 to spare, against more A face of grace, than double that amount last season. Floats out of my tobacco as the genii Our potato crop will likely fall short near from the vase; ly 55,000,000 bushels. Speculation conAnd I thrill beneath the glances of a tinues elated and likely to carry prices pair of asure eyes much higher. Many old grain men in As glowing as the summer and as tender ihe trade predict dollar w heat on this as the skies. crop, and So cents in 1S96. lily-beaut- presents a nlun cellent advivs in the :ii-i- , All who will act upon the !.:. Prof. Henry will reap the lar.-.- . advantages resulting from k :ir number of hogs and curing Hit-- ! bacon on the farm. Prof -- -- - j . IK-n- r as follows: ' ' "In these times of three-r.-tfarmer must watch more I.- -. !. over Jbefore to save the gelshom farm r.. are told that it is not so uiu h w earns as w hat he saves that ad vai in this world's hoMines. "To sell hogs at present tn various form .it "J uack PrK rancing trom S to 15 cents .1 ... not exactly business-likimrt,. it . f- tlie-ale- of 1. e, bt h..'-buyi- ng I.-- DR; s o, 22-2J- 5 CREAM - -- r 2 s i f POWDM OO 1 N. I. & B. R. e, Ef I J J1 " - - ........ ?J-0- 0 .' i- - 1 :'J List of Letters. .... ..., , Scientific-America- n 1 J;. tctt - .. -, ..-- S- - j-- : "1i & i ft f1, kiUofpbfieo." S - E"B?!5 K W Ufeiaa6kwMf If - Gee.WK0ey. v. .:. fWSs.. a ,r. If - '1-- s v . i it tl itjr - JiPs . I c .tu. " u- 4 - "4'' Tc-n V i ; i r : ' "S - fff;i ' - :?-- nr-- "" iTwwnrawrT - I j i ' . 1 :vJ t"j.& t - '.. " I rint Shows through THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. NOVEMBER 11. ISOC. CITY II. & FATURS. Jl. S. Crow are agents for Honaker's fine cut flowers and de- signs. It Every size and quality of toilets and note books may be found at Crow's stationary store. It Ituodtobe that magazines Averc a luxury, but now they are a necessity. Any magazine can bo gotten at ('row's stationary store. It -- The country is sitfe becauso ind reigns. The first snow of the season foil undav . (iov. Bradley has set apart Nov. as Arbor Day. Richmond already has two applicant', for the House and four acre, of land for pot-oHlc- e. Bom, to the wife of Elliott Shif-lot- r. girl. at Concord, a CoKon got more votes in hit, count, tli.'.n were in the district. Valley View Republican rally Saturday. See Valley View items. liy otr that old hat ami get you a new one from Covington & Mitchell. Vlr. and Mrs. Herliet Serivncr an- rejoicing over their fir.it born a -- ;.'rt. (iive the Cumax your job print-jiWe can get up anything you u' -- Mr. A. T. Forsyth, of Paris, is 't, ducting tho auction at II. J. Mn HJ'i. I ft u-fn- n II Lexington miming meeting Nevembor 23 and continue i l.l1. Uiirn Nov. 4th. to tho wife of I. Whites Station, a girl, .Nuiltlle J. House wives are already busy nl inn what shall bo tboir Thanks-- i in' menu. Mrs. (J. Schafhausen,who has li. ii ery ill for several days, has aUuH recovered. J (T Hardin and his son killed with a stick in Montgomery county imrrels in one morning. Mri. Malinda Million, of this unt has purchased a small farm oi J2 aerei near Lexington. Migi Sue Deatherage has accept- i , .1 .i position with Misi Tempie Old-It.i- m our popular milliner. The Winchester Democrat's v.-t!ie-r profit says we are to have twenty-fiv- e miow-the coming winter. Republicaiii of Richmond and 1 i inity will celebrate the election of M Kuiley and Hobart Friday night. Mr. Uryan since his 'nomination made .VJ2 ipeechei in 477 towns and cnies ,,f 7 States, and traveled ls.s:51 ! ! i miles. State Treasurer is preparing to the school teachers of the Stare the remainder of the sum due tli- in October 1. Tin - Martha Estill and David Prewitr, of Clark county, will bo married at Winchester Christian church on December24. John Buckner, better known as 1 mlirella Jack," has returned to Rielimoiid. He has been ill since he was here last, and has the sippear-- a of a deserted graveyard. Protracted services now in prc-g- n - at the First Presbyterian cliiinii. The services are being conducted by Dr. Jennings, of Louisville assisted by the paster, Rev. Jaspi r K. Smith. Well boys, both horses can't win Now h ts have four years of confi-t- lt ace. although J am not a confi-(- h no man I will promise you the st sixteen to one suit you ever saw Cone and let me get your in. asare. Will Ham. s winter is coming on and the ! ople who want to buy boots and slioi s or anything that they should d. sbould not fail to consult the '''uiiiiis of the Climax, you will i( t to your advantage to read the a rtisements, all of which are Mi-- s - s- 1 1 i. re-li.ii- -li frms. V Coroners Jury up in Maine w tinii sat on the body of a suicide i.r.,.irlt in a verdict in these words H maliciously, feloniously, and brutally murdored and killed liim-- s If There should be some penalty iniited that would adequately fit such a crime. All is not gold that glitters," a id to prove this 1 will sell at glit-- t rui"; bargains, roll top desks, oillce bsks, tables, chairs, book cases, cabinet letter files, and any kind of oilice or bank fixtures and wooden mantels. I guarantee to please you and sa e you 2(1 percent, on Richmond prices. Will Ham. C. H. &D.and Pennsylvania railroads have reduced the wages of all employe's 10 per cent, since Mie election, and discharged a large number of carpenters. The papeis report a large number of factories starting up, but all at reduced rates. That's the way to restore confidence. An exchange truly says. The City Counccil could now enact some very much needed laws, one of which should prohibit street discussions on the subject of politics. Crowds congregate in discussing a past issue much to the inconvenience of the pedestrians and therefore should be abated. Ask some men for an advertisement or a few locals, and they will say they don't "believe in advertise-m- g a paper is never read. Let one of them be caught kissing his neighbor's wife or struggling along with a jag, and if the printing ofiice is in the garret of a sevon story building, he will climb to tho top and lug the editor to keep quiet not to publish it in the paper. It's all over, your candidate was either elected or defeated. We have good news for both sides, we need not tell it to you, we can show it better. "Whether you need them or not, come and get tho "good news," which is solid comfort in ono of our unapproachable suits or overcoats, at prices you would pay for shody stuff. "Why not get tho best at the lowest prices. Coving- -- The all-wo- ol ton & MltchclL May Confess. " jr v A Prominent Richmond lady. Blood Is Life. Tetter, and Eczema, A Covington dispatch says: Signs The intense itching and smarting! inciThoJollowing was taken from the It is medium which rariies to every dent to these arc pointing to a confession by JackOctober Form, a monthly society by applying diseases is instantly all ayed nerve, musele, organ and fibre is nourishChamberlain's Eye and son and Walling, or at least to getmagazine, pultshed in TJew York: Skin Ointment. Many very bad liases ment and strength. If the blood is pure, ting at it ho truth or the murder of Mrs. C. D. Chenault, a few years have been permanently cured by it. It rich and healthy you will be well; if imPearl Bryan. For two weeks Jackslnco Miss Sarah Gibson Humphreys, i3 equally efficient for itching piles and pure, disease will soon overtake you. We would like to shake hands son and Walling Tiavo been kept in of Woodford county, is ono of Ken- a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Hood's Sarsaparill has power to keep you chapped hands, chilblains, frost seporate cells-- and a bitterness is with the man who wrote the followtucky's most attractive social and and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bites in health by making your blood rich and bor. ing:, "Drink and the- gang drinks growing between them. Yesterday literary leaders. She comes of dispure. " Dr. Cady's Condition Powilera, are tinguished ancestry, being closely with you; swear off and you go it Walling said to Turnkey Maurer: just what a horse needs when in bad "Why should I bo punished for a s, connected with the Prestons, alone; for the barroom bum who condition. Tonic, blood purifier crimo 1 did not commit? I did not drinks your rum has a quenchless Marshalls, McKInleys, vermifuge. They are not food and Hood's Pills arc easy to take, easy to but thirst of his own; feast, and your murder Pearl Bryan. Jackson is tho Shelbys, Finloys and Scotts, and medicine and the best in use to put a operafp. Cure indigestson, biliousness. in It with tho blood of nine .Revolutionary horse per prime condition. Price 25 2oc. friends aro many, fast and they cut man who cut her head off." package. lents Maurer asked why ho had not so you dead; they'll not get mad if you and colonial officers running through S-XjIAt the beginning of this century the treat them bad, solongas their stom- testified, but Walling declined to her veins, it is not surprising that At Atlanta, Ga,, a locomotive loiler German language was used by 30,320,- sho should be an enthusiastic in the Southern railroad yards exploded, uuu achs are fed. Steal if you got a mil- answer. people, while in 1SJ0 it was em- the tho Daughters lion, for then you can furnish bail; How Is This. With a better understanding of tho worker in Revolution. Ever ofsinco killing two men and seriously injuring ployed by 7o,200,000. nature of the many phys American it's the great big thief that gets out another. Tho Stanford Journal says: "One ical ills, which vanish before proper ef on leave, while the littlo one goes to of its organization she has been an acMany people, when a little constipathe dirtest and most contemptible forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts "Turn the rascals out" the familiar ted, make the mistake of using saline or jail." There is comfort tjiat any member of the disrepu-tabl- o rightly directed.that bo many forms iti tive member of the Susanna Hart party-cracts of may be applied to miciobes the knowledge, Republican party has ever been sickness are not due to any actual dis- Shelby Chapter, and represented it as w ell as to men. The genm of disease other drastic purgatives. AH that is Men's Suits $2.40, worth $10.00. Boys' Suits C3 cents, worth $2.00. at the Atlanta Exposition. needed is a mild dose-o- f Ayers's Pills to condibut simply to a constipated Kentucky has at last struck "the guilty of, is that which came to light ease,of the system, which the pleasant Men's Shoes 90 cen ts, worth $1.50. She conceived tho idea of organ- that lurk in the blood are ''turned out" restore the regular movement of the tion Coon's policy number, 444, in its Tuesday. When Gov. McCreary family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt- izing a chapter in Richmond, com- by Ayes Sarsaparilla. as effectually as bowels, Ladies' Shoes 75 cents, worth $1.50. and nature will do the rest. spoko here for lSryan he ate supper ly removes. That is why it is tho only great Republican majority. posed e"t"rcly of members of her the old postmasters are displaced by a Thcv keep the system in perlcct order. Children's Shoes 20 cents, worth 0cts. at Postmaster J. W. Rout's, an old remedy with millions of families, and is new administration. It Calico and Cotton 3 cents a yard esteemed so It How Bryan CnmeTo Be Beaten. schoolmate at Ceutre College. This everywheregood health. highly by all husbanc 's family, a largo, influential who value Its beneficial and aristocratic old Huguenot Overcoats from $1.00 up. A Mexican bull fighter recently unAn Irishman was told to stamp fact was immediately communicated effects are due to the fact, that it is the family Mrs, Elizabeth Christman tried to and bravo soldiers dertook to fight Cloaks from $1.00 up. inunder the rooster. When he came to the department at Washington as one remedy which promotes internal i.i the colonial wars. Already nine- stead of a horse.a bull, riding a bicycle kindle a fire with coal oil The can exHe wa3 ignuminiously grounds for Mr. Rout's dismissal, no cleanliness without debilitating the out of the booth he said he put it ploded and burned her so bad that she organs on which it acts. It is therefore teen have"npplied for membership, under the chicken coop, and guessed other being obtainable. The idea all important, in order to get its bene- with" the promise of many others. tossed over the fence surrounding the died within an hour. amphitheatre. that it would be treason for an office- ficial effects, to note when yon purthe rooster was in it. holder to entertain a friend could chase, that you have the genuine arti- Tho line of work is to build a monuDandruQ forms when the glands of the only be conceived in the mind too cle, which is manufactured by the Cali- ment at Boonesborough (the old fort fikin The Noble Roman. are weakened, and if neglected, fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold "by just outside of Richmond) to the FARMERS SONS' Forty votes were cast for Palmer small and narrow to hold anything all reputable druggists. memory of Kentucky's dead heroes. baldness is sure to follow. Hall's Hair If in and Buckner in Madison county, else and its owner ought to go and and the tho enjoyment of good health, We will employ you at It Mrs. Chenault is not only a busy Renewer is the best preventive. system "is regular, laxatives or hang himself. home on a salary of $50 and now four hundred and fifty claim other remedies arc then not needed. If woman in club work, but is active Large .and ricli gold fields have been afflicted with any actual disease, one S50 per month. Write quick- they voted that ticket. Of course The Musical People. may be commended to the most skillful and attentive in homo duties, and is discovered by Government surveyors, on they did, and will be rewarded for The songs written by the late John physicians, but if in need of a laxative, noted for her fine horsemanship and the east coast Siberia, bordering on the PURITAN PUBLISHING GO. their noble sacrifice. Ford Barbour have been collected, one should have the best, and with the fondness for athletic sports. Sho is sea of IcnoUk. 3 lirnomflcM St. Boston Mass everywhere, Syrup of a member of the Filson Club, of and they have juitrbeen issued in a Figs stands highest and is most largely Free Roads Carry. Prevent sickness and save doctors bills handsomely designed pamplet. The used and gives most general satisfaction. Louisville; tho Woman's Central The majority of all the votes cast McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. cover has been artistically etched Club, of Lexington; vice president of at this reason by keepingyour blood rich MISS M.LDRED GOLDEN. for and against free turnpikes were novll-l- v in black and white, by Emma Speed. the General Spinnor Memorial As- and pure w ith Hood's Sarsaparilla. It Murdered and Robbed. fist in favor of the nrooosition. The Tho songs are entitled " 'Twns in the sociation, of Washington, D. C; George Leavy, of Wheeling, V. Va., STENOGRAPHER AXD Fisral t'oiutmay now icquiro by Loyely Month The examination of President of the Public Library As- drank a quart of whisky, won on an elecof May," "Child TYPEWRITER. H.Ir ie;. bc purchase or contract, unv Leland J. Howard, of Pott's Mill, who sociation, of Richmond; a promi- tion bet, and dropped dead a little later. Kentucky. Richmond, or all of tne turnpike roads within Sleeps," "Slumber Songs," "Stay died suddenly hero Wednesday nent member of the Richmond With Me," "Oh Eyes So Tender," Almost every mnn in America has Madison County. "Thou'rt Like a Lovely Flower." The afternoon, under rather mysterious Chautauqua Circle and tho Music some digestive trouble. When Tien ,S$ Office adjoining A .R. Burnoni's. words of several of these songs have circumstances, was held by Coroner Club; Regent of the Boonesborough meet, the greeting usually is, "Well, Cure all liver ills, bilious- Voted For a Dead Man. Mairt Street. ness, heiuLiche, sour stom- - ri M t been translated from the German by Brown Friday and Saturday. Some Chapter of the D. A. R. you?"' That developes health talk. acli, indigestion, coiutipa- - Ij It lias developed that the Prohibi Jean Wright. 111 W (Opposite Cilyndon.) time was consumed in getting an Aside from her intellectual and ex1 lion. They act easily, with The man who has no bowel or stomach tlonists throughout Kentucky Tues out palnorRripe- - Sold by all dniKsists. 25 cents. The ,ngs were published by Sum- important witness, thus taking two ecutive ability, Mrs. Chenault is a trouble is almost a curiousity. Troible The only HUj to take with llood's Saruparllla. Country Produce Bought and day, voted for a dead man for Elector. days for the jury to reach a verdict. womanuccd, not more trjdfl'lKl.ve per- and Judge IX. S. Kriend, of Prestonbunj, mery, of Clucago Iby London. The The following is a verbatim copy of sonalited. In other yra.etake no care of themselves. Qhey g Sold. Highest Cash Market R.& RS.Crow, they had copperstpinajjies v wiunn thoy selected as their repre- songs are for sale LL the creditors of Carrie Hart- for Sale or Kent. and pf-- abroad conditions have been the jcaloue' brass. By and by, and will make a beautiful memorial the verdict. Price Paid. Yf uro uereuy iiouiieci to nie sentative on the ticket died more the crop is short This give3 aroused. l.Then-sheVii..,,. souvenier of the giftedyoungscholnl&T, i ehmiit. with Hie niulersiMiel Then the rebels. Then come nupt: of an increased demand for ex than a year ago. n. J. mi; ,rr. think charnfnsncss, bad blood, liver and properly verified on or hefor. lie the profits of potato t.uuu ami port. of some Wanted-- An idea Who can8impk rnhl,ed inV"i ",l" "ci"--ciAn Cdilor's Opinion of Kentucky Wjzklies . will lwv 1:irrHP(I esidcni-of land and tMairtoDatiit? fled to Yatf.uipo rr t;,.m'u ,.io.,.,t o lMXi. or tho TTrtT afl raise Coupons Destroyed Protect your Idea: ther mar brln? yoa weahh 2 lni.A,11.nTA ' nesday, tho 4th day Xotwithstand F. CORZELITS, oi i.u.oinoer, street, Richmond. grass. Write JOHN WEDDEKBDRN A CO, Patent Attor An old JUUU LY.."' who neip ior constipation and oeyt. Washington. D. C. for their $I3JO pnsa oiler J. F. White, D. P. Armor and for many exchange editor, 5100 has 1896, by Luther Saunders and Jerry Trustee. ""' Foley's HonevaUS HER CLOTHES. C II. PIGG 1- 3years read from and list ot two hundred InTestloca wanted. to 400 torpid liver, sick and billions headache, X- 1!. Coy, a committee that Squire Chenault. Also believe from the ev- to performed miraCaT?. "it 'does not dizziness, sour stomach, lossof appetite, was appointed by the Fiscal Court papers, in discussing the merits of idence that said Howard came to his ciaim to cure all cases of consumption or lM indy iudicestion, or dyspepsia", for that purpose, destroyed $S,J7o the weekly papers, said not longago: death by the hands of Luther SaunrJ ' m asthma. But it does claim to give com"Kentuckians do not generally ap"heartburn," pain and distress after frHj mi ta niJ radiia raj m rrtiJ rail m in coupons that were paid on Madison tsj ratarrEJtavtLJe. 2siffiJtarrHlt5jlriiJ2J ders and Jerry Chenault. fort and relief in advance stages of eating, and kindred derangements of the County obnds, issued in tho payment preciate tho fact, but it is tiue neverW. L. Arnold, diseases and to usually cure early these liver, stomach and bowels. Accep. no of the siibiciiption to the R. N. I. & theless that the country papers of H. C. Hargist stnges. It is certainly worth trying by Kentucky aro tho best anywhere 15. Railroad. substitute. It A. Kennedy, J. those afllicted or threatened with the'-west of the Allegheny Mountains. At Mountain Grove, Mo., a fatmer , J. M. Smith, dread disease W. G. White. They have more personal matter, Almost a Ccnetanan. P. P. Broaddus, named Winningham shot and instantly "Cncle" Jimmie (Sentry, as he is more news and gossip, and better Alexander Hargrove, aged 82, of R. L. Gentry. killed Sam Richards. Both were aged editorials than the country papers of familiarly known to all our people, died of grief over the death of men. A quarrel over politics was the For our Business is all right. People will have to have Furniture M. G. Brown, Coroner, Madison has passed his 91th anniversary, any State in the Mississippi basin. county. his w ife, who died ten days ago. They cause of the trouble. and be furnished a burial, no matter whether gold or silver mm which occurred onjlait Thursday. It No other country papers that Iknow or Brya- n- wins. Therefore Deputy Sheriff Dudley arrested had been married 59 years Fads in Medicine. has been a longtime since the old of compare with them. As for tho Sam Thornton, colored, and Luther ought to kflow that when suf man was in town, although he lives countiy dailies of Kentucky, they Saunders, white, in Winchester YOU feiingfrom an v kidney trouble There are fads in medicine as in everybut a short distance out on the Union also lead all competitors. A town of Thursday, and brought them to this 10,000 population in this State will that a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Honey thing else and a 'nen thin" fiequently pike. have a better daily than most towns place. Jerry Chenault, who is also Cure. Guaranteed or money refunded. sells for a short time simply because it New Time Card. colored, has not yet been arrested. W. G. White. in other States with a population of "" is new. But in medicine, as in nothing The testimony shows that Sam Tho new time card for the R. N. I. 30,000." else, the people demand and will be satBut be prepared for winter and if you are not, it will not be our The following postmasters have been isfied only with positive, absolute Thornton had nothing to do with the A 15., went into effect Monday. Tho merit. fault, for we are anxious to do our part. Married al Union. killing and robbing of Howard ; but appointed for Kentucky: Hazelwood. The fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla passenger from Versailles will arhas was induced by Saunders and Chen- Ballard counly, T. R. Grahan; Again have two lives been made rive hereafter at 12:05, ten minstood its ground against all competition, happy and two hearts to beat as ono, ault to go to Winchester, and by his Carlisle county. T. J. Miller. Xobob, and its sales have never wavered but utes earlier. Barron county, J. Holsclau; Hyden, LesThe morning train will continue by the marriage of Miss Nannie leaving with them it was supposed 7HJS have remained steadily at the top, dedeparting for Versailles at :0.--; the Broaddus and Mr. George Gentry, at he was implicated in tho murder. lie county, J. F. McCarty; McDonald's monstrates, beyond any doubt, the inthe home of tho bride's father, Mr. A. Thornton was discharged while Landing, Henderson county, R. L. Han- trinsic virtues of this medicine. The new afternoon weit bound at 8:15 p.m. II costs nothing and helps you wonderfully. J. Broaddus, of LTnion City. Tho Saunder was taken to jail to await the cock. things have come and gone but Hood's Run Down a Thief. bride is one of the most popular young action of the Grand Jury. George Craft was forced to leave a Sarsaparilla rests upon the solid foundaLast Saturday whileSid McSwain ladies in her neighborhood, while the The first thing necessary is to have something to enthuse over, for Golden Wedding. Chicago hotel, during the Worlds Fair tion of absolute merit and its power to was out unloading a wagon, Noah groom is a son of William Gentry, a stance, our line ofjfJF"" Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dillingham for not paying his bill, and his trunk cure, and its sales continue to be the n Y 1 1 Cnambers, a small colored boy, slip- Madison county farmer, and a relacelebrated the fiftieth anniversary of was kept, but never opened until last largest in the world. 202.5 Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, Separped into his grocery and succeeded tive of R. L. Gentry, our n 0 their wedding, Thursday, from 7 to week, when it was found to contain The body of John Jordan, a farmer of ate Beds, Dressers, ChiiToniers, Dressing in getting $4.50 from the money hardware merchant. Miss Mattie 12 hadsome residence in Lexington and Louisville bonds. Jackson, Mo., who disappeared on elecdrawer. Mr. McSwain discovered Broaddus, sister of the bride, and on o'clock, at their EveryTables, Chairs, Dinners, Rockers. Main street. Aside from its being the boy and, after chasing him for Mr. Anderson Cosby, were tho only one of the most elegant entertainMiss Fannie Viola Finniyan, of Spen- tion day, was discovered in the woods thing wanted in the furniture line. almost a mile, caught and got $1.40 attendants. The wedding ments ever given in Richmond, it cer, Mas., after neatly dressing for her with ahuliet hole through his brain. He of his money back. He was tried, was followed by recep- was the joyful occasion of a large funeral, lay on her bed at the Carleton left a faniily of three small children. a First. "We know there but turned loose on account of being tion at the homo of William gathering of the oldest residents in Hotel late Thursday night, and after If your children are subject to croup are none made, so young. Gentry, where a large crowd, among Madison county. More than three carefully arranging the bed clothing, watch for the first symptom of the dis batter and cheaner. whom was Dan Breck, of this city, hundred handsomely engraved invi- placed a revolver at her head and shot ease hoarseness. If Chamberlain's Another Election. joined in congratulating the young tations were sent out, and the house herself. Ls given Cough remedy as soon as the We have just passed through one couple and wishing them many years was crowded to its fullest capacity. child becomes hoarse it will prevent of the hardest fought elections ever boy of J. A. John The of happiness and prosperity. Mrs. Dillingham, nee Miss Marga- son, of Lynn, III., is subject to attacks of the attack. Even after the croupy cough known, and another is coining that ret Yates, was married to Mr. H. B. croup. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied has appeared the attack cau always be will be equally as exciting in RichAttempt To Kill. Dillinghan, then a prominent young that the timely use of Chamberlain's prevented by giving this remedy. It is mond. This election referred to will A certain young lady of this city business also invaluable for colds and whooping man of this county, just be a primary, for the ofiice of City made a very narrow escape, last fifty years ago, at the home of Mr. Cough remedy, during a tevere attack, cough. For sale by T. S. Hagau. 1332 Second. Our customers are finding it out, too. That's why which four of our most Thursday, from death Attorney, in saved his little boy's life. He is in the at they grow enthusiastic. prominent young lawyers are al- of an enemy. The cook inthe hands Elijah Yates, father of the bride, six drug business, a member of the firm of A London restaurant uses an electrifammiles from Richmond, Ky. In this Johnson Bros., of that placc.'and they cally heated plate to keep Third. The consumers are the most enthusiastic. ready canvassing. They are Green ily has, it seems, taken a the one's food dislike to Clay, George Evans, J. Talbot Jack- her, and for this cause decided to day of fine turnpike roadb and ele- handle a great manv patent medicines warm. So long as the current is turned gant equipages of every is for throat and lung diseases. He had all on, one can dine ill as leisurely a way son and Rhodes Shackelford. put an end to her life by allowing hard to realize that fifty kind, it years ago these to choose from, and skilled physi- lie likes. There is no danger of receiv-as her tomcat pounded glass, which had there were but four "coaches" in this Died. They can buy expensive looking, handsome, comfortable and cians ready to respond to his call, but ing a shock from touching the plate. Mrs. W. X. Potts died at the home been put into a biscuit. At dinner county, and at this typical Madison selected tllis remedy for use in his family stylish furniture at such wonderfully low prices. pHJE3 of her son, Robert Potts, neai the cook hnnded the young lady the county wedding there was not a ve- at a time when his Give ur a call and be convinced. child's life was in Justnow everybody is begining to take biscuit plate, at the same time direct- hicle, the guests coming from miles White's Station, Saturday night, medicine. And it is a ing her to take a certain one as it around on horseback with their l)cst danger, because he knew it to be supe-o- r good thing November 7th, aired 75 years. to do provided you take Simto any other, and famous the county I'uried in the Richmond Cemetery was warmer than the rest. No sooner garments in "carpet bag," swung to over for its cures of croup. Mr Johnson mons Liver Regulator the best Spring Monday morning. Deceas"d was the had she taken a bite therefrom, than' the pommels of their saddles. It's a sluggish liver that says this the best belling cough medicine Medicine. mm wife of V. N. Potts, who died in this she discovered theglass, which stuck Mr. and Mrs. Dillingham wero as- they handle, and that, it gives splendid clogs the system and makes bad blood. FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKERS. braLv in her teeth and cut her mouth. She sisted in receiving their guests by mm A dose a day of Simmons Liver Regulacity sometime and who operated satisfaction in all cases. Sold by V. G. n Bonanza Mills for immediately left tho table, and as Mrs. Mary Stockton, who as Miss White, Kichmond, Ky. the tor will make a neiv man out of you, and mtfhm& 5 F3 hrir tlI cirt. ra' years, and was the mother of B. C. sho did so the cook grabbed her Curtis, was bridesmaid to the venera new woman too. Look for the Red Z ircjaair1-- 1 SDLIriiEU plate and destroyed the glassy it. Garrett A. Vandareu, cousin of Vice on the package. It is Simmon's Liver able couple, their only daughter, Potts and Mrs. J. B. Stouffer, of this As it happened no harm was Belle Rayburn, and their grandPresident-elect- . Garrett A. Hobart, died Regulator yon want. city, and Robert L. Potts, of White's It done, but the young lady lives in daughters, the Misses Chenault and Friday, in Hightstown. N. J., from inStation. Miss Lizzie Hendricks, of Montgomconstant dread of something even Rayburn. juries received by the bursting of a canmajrjrSJa more terrible. This was a'dastardly Wedding Anniversaries. non which he was firing to celebrate the ery, Ala., was awarded 5243 damage sjgMfgJa raargisitsr?' The floral decorations were "very against the Southern Railroad Company outrage and should be met with the beautiful, the eiftire lower floor being Republican victory.. Cotton wedding. First ear by the circuit court at Jacksonville, Ala., extreme uenalfy of the law. Second Paper wedding. a perfect symphony,in yellow. You Can't Afford to Chance It. She 6ued for damage for So.OOO, because Leather wedding. and smilax were the Third year n Acheavy cold may lead to pneumonia the conductor of the A flowers used in the handsome double Wooden wedding. Fifth ear The foot-ba- ll that was advertised parlors, and in the dining room, a or consumption. Foley's Honey and comodation kissed her en route between Seventh year. . . . ;WooIen wedding. the two cities. to take place Tinweddin. sity campus on the Central Univer- profusion of yellow roses, smilax and Tar taken in time affords perfect securTenth year Saturday, between Cald- handsomo yellow satin ribbon, even ity from serious results. W. G. White. ; Gray Hair mad Darft. Twelfth jear . - Siik and linen wedding. Alonzo G. Phillips, oi Portland, Me., Fifteenth year. . . .Crystal wedding. well High School and Paris City the table service and many of the I saw in your paper a statement that China wedding. School, proved to be one of the, most dainties' carried out their golden wed- shot and killed his wife and then killed Twentieth year Zulu Vulier would restore any head of Twenty-fiftyear. . . Silver wedding. exciting games played here this sea- ding idea. The supper was simply himself. Jealousy was the cause. hair to natural color in three weeks. As l'carl wedding. son. The Paris team was composed delicious, and served in such an Thirtieth year How to Prevent a Cold. I was vory gray I sent for a sample packRuby wedding of much larger boys than our team. abundant, comfortable way, that wo Fortieth year After an exposure, or when you feel a age, and in less than Jiuccxr.njm smkikiiEESsimi The game was called promptly at felt a great reluctance to leaving the difitk iiisrmaniiiirK .three weeks mv Golden wedding. Fiftieth jear 3:00 o'clock, and when the boys had dining room where every prospect coldcomiug on, take a dose of Foley's hair was perfectly restored to natural Seveiity-fiityear . . Diamond wedding. 'ENTIRE STOCK AT COST Honey and Tar. It never fails. W. G. color. My wife's hair was lined up, it seemed preposterous to was pleasing. a light red, rHlEi Stal Consisting of White. even think of our boys going against Took a Bath. and by using Zulu Vulier, her hair is Saxons string band furnished the such a team; but they did, and they music and made most appropriSFrHJ now a beautiful auburn. Anyone, can L U Last Friday Harry Klein and went Jessie Arnold aged 12, of Gallipolis, Men's Boys' & with such force that by the ate and beautiful selections for such get a sample package of Zulu Vulier, by Theo. Duncan were returning from 0., was sent to the reform farm for tryand Children's time first half of the an occasion. Richmond and they had an exciting tho ing to kill his mother and little sister. sending 21 two cent stamps to Wilsm & Bffl game was played the Paris One of the most important features He seemed sorry that he had been un- Co., New Concord, Ohio, and if it does experience attempting to Ford the ej not restore the hair to natural colqr in Kentucky river at Valley View. boys were ready to throw up of the occasion was the presence of successful in the attempt. the game. After a great contention the old negress."Aunt" Betsy Yates, three weeks they will return your They were in a buggy and got into they Catarrh Means Danger. started in to finish tho game, who had been nurse to Miss Maggie it not only restores the hair to namral deep water filling the buggy, when to win, they Because if unchecked it may be lead color, but will stop the hair tailing out Duncan got out and cut the horse but seeingboys had no show sponge. Yates, and cooked her wedding supthrew up the Catarrh is immediately and is one of the best hair per, just fifty years ago. Sho Is directly to consumption. loose, and as Klein could not swim the Paris The score stood' 10 to 4, in favor of ninety-fiv- e caused by iilipured blood. This fact is tonics made, and you take no risk, aid If 8 years old, but as spreyjis both got to dry land on horseback. mm got the buggy out next morn- Richmond. The teams lined up as a young Miss of sixteen, and bids fair fully established. Therefore, it is use- it does not batisfy you perfectly they They less to try to cure catarrh by outward will return your stamps. to live many years longer. ing minus a lot of chickens and an follows: mm application or inhalants. The true way A Reader. (1) Position. There wero a number of guests Richmond overcoat. Thoy were unable to raise Paris. Stall from a distance, among them were: to cure catarrh is fo purify the blood. were thoroughly Kelly . . . . L E the ferryman. Both Blake The New York Journal issued on Sov. irgb soaked but wero glad to escape with Doylo . . . . L T . . . . Maupln, J Mrs. Sarah J. Humphrey, Woodford Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood pu- 4, exclusive of all copies and exchanges rifier, cures catarrh by its power to drive no woiso luck. Nicholasvillo Dem- Spears . . . . L G Trowers county Mrs. Robert McCreary, Chiout all impurities from the blood. and samples, more tliau a million and a ocrat. . Talbott - . . . C Perkins cago ; Miss Janio Scott, Louisville ; Thousands of people testify that they half copies of that paper. The ordinary Johnson Miss Miriam Clay and Susan Grigs-bHunt . - . . R G Charles James Trial. have been perfectly and permanently facilities of the railroads were not suffiLexington, and many others. Stone Roche . . . . R T cient to distribute this enormous output On last Saturday Judge J. R. Bur-naThe presents were numerous and cured of catarrh bv Hood's Sarsaparilla. Gentry, R Mann . . within a radious of 500 miles of JVew held an examining trial in the Jamison Q Duncan appropriate, and the toilets of the York. The Journal charted three special case of Commonwealth against Chas. Edward . . RUB . . . Gentry A ladies very handsome. The hostess Miss Emma Jones, of Springfield, 0., tains; oue to Buffalo, one to Rostonand BMaffiMMOIIffJgMnilMnJMMBM James charged with killing John Pernell w . Maupin W wore a gown of rich; black satin chif- while 'returning from sm excursion to one to Washington, D. C. fern Garrison. J. Tovis Cobb and Hon. Blessing . . . F B fon, and never looked handsomer; Jackson became unconscious, and Sims CHOLERA CORE for Hogs and Poultry. We guarantee sure cure John Bennett represented tho Com"The worst cold I ever had in nw life bo for 12 hours, caused by faIn a gamo at Winchester Saturday Mrs. Belle Rayburn, a mourning monwealth, and Messrs J. C. and was caused hy Chamberlain's Chugh Central University sec- gown of black silk honriotta and tigue. D. M. Chenault tho defendant. Tho between the black crepe, and the Misses-Ray-bRemedy," writes W. II. Norton, of GutAVeslcy-a- n Am Important Difference. , Judge after hearing the testimony ond team and the Kentucky and Chenault were gowned in ter 1rHjlr-P''Tllic 11 luff second team, the score stood 5C to To make it apparent to thousands, a caugh aud stated "that he thought the shooting hecoming toilets of white. I was expectorating aljj the who think themselves ill, that they are occurred under possibly as great 0 in favor of K. W. In a fight near Corinth, John Sshith not afflicted with any disease, but that time. The remedy cured me. and I foot-babetween CenTho game of provocation as any case lio ever exwant all myfriend wheu bit off amined." JJe said, "however, tho tral University and the Kjintucy found Andy Simpson's nose. Tho latter the system simply needs cleansing, is to a caugh or cold to use it.'for it win .do it lodged iu coat when bringcoinfoit home to their hearts, as a court is of "the opinion tboGrand State College, played qn the State ZMZ-iJOsthem Rood." Sold by XT. G. YMte, T i a costive condition is easily cured by uiting Jury should examine tho charge," College grounds atXexington. Satur- he got home. Richmond. Ky. cbijd'bf David .Steward, Syrup or Tups. day, terminated in S" complete "wipe- - IThe it and fixed nominal bond for defendManufecturecL'byj.the raliM Br3JJW7lMr7yMrlBrffffitflMrl At AX , a1 J WUliU ti-- l, ants appearance) before tho Circuit up of IX The Bcore stood 62 to 0, oi Muncie, III., died, Hie result of scald' ; "California Fig Syrup Company ouly,'ftud .'t A'.-T'i T: it HsL -- li vase 1 82- in favorof SiafeelCoilege .. - "t . c"? sold by. all dranfteis: wwv.-, n 4' i j? J J ' s Zrtb?) l - A. . 31 W J mw.z fy C l 0 a " Salt-Ubeam They are things of beauty "nnd-joy as long as they last." One of our boy's Reefer Suits and Overcoats. Don't be satisfied until you Imvo one on your little hoy. Covington & Mitchell. -- THE GREATEST) td Breck-inridge- OW PRIC T Gladness Comes E Ever known. Everything in our store store marked down to realize money. y Don't buy until you sec us. We will you money sure. 41 -- well-inform- NEW YORK 8I0RE -- post-morte- m how-ar- e Hood's . !J.H.NEFF&C0. c5 e;. Notice to Creditors, 1 all potato-raisin- Ps" :, J s 1 e ;- -- hcaTlr-youn- g "-""- I n i e ..-.. 19-2- ""JI-iMa- iu iietn-iurnis- n - bclch-inn- 8, fMp'tTHjatrfcBJfEJMjBTJspM ralMf a s a ftMWtfMmL ps sra Mor-ristow- n, m T -- GET- LEFT, Prd Lake-ton- , Pi ip ENTHUSIASM? M sp 5 unun v well-know- $30-00- Hf?u?T myu i 1- T- three-year-ol- d THAT'S WHY WE MJBEBBm well-made, BECAUSE Buotianan ao ()I3irslafF imm well-know- 22-2- biif-cu- Blllnlralfilplflj arTaiiTraiilraBrrsrraiTr Crys-anthemu- Foot-Bal- l. Rome-Anniso- lis y CLOSING SAT-iI-E OUT h TO JlTIT BTJSIlsTBSS QUA h sta-np- m DEY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, GENTS' PCJENISHINGS. fffl LADIES WRAPS 7FLJL OF KINDS. Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Trunks, Satchels and Telescopes. ' ... .- y, m ..RE... ... -- gal LFB.. JH COME EARLY AND GET THE BARGAINS. y wvm lar-MAYBAU- mm urn (ll mo'-.-:il- ll pa HENRY KLEIN & SON STE1 ET. ijo'i mm Iwjp ism I ISL ;J G-- -. kl 41 " : I ,-- f,- er.. It' - "T. ,?$.' a; . U" ; bfcr ' "aJ f f 2 r S HB '?" "ai?! - -- .STi-- : ii '- -- S2i t jtj- bt W9Wi9'' c -- r 8f 1 V IV I f t'"' . r,1 4- -- 51 7? .Sp, r rvr T;M 3 r-- o P .2 - .1 .1 ,i e TE' J-- v " 5 -- t ii -- 'II 3 1 1 ?l T. -- SbV' i-- "SP-" e " t -- - ij x j -- SalU- - KENTUGKY Ska NEWS. of Uu IUt Xews Trom All Fart Commonwealth. GEN. BUCKNER XaToreU If Stiglitz, one of the bers of the legislature from Louisville, ays that in the event of an extra session he would not vote for either Gov. Bradley or John Yerkes for United States senator if one or the other woe nominated by caucus. "I will," said he, "vote in case Bradley or Yerkcs is chosen as the caucus nominee, for either Bolivar Buckner or John G. Carlisle. I am for Gen. Buck- Four Republican LonisviLLE, Ky., for the FARRELL, The NoteU Convict la the Frankfort Penitentiary, Dead. Fbaxkfort, Ky., Nov. 7. BobFar-rel- l, the "most noted convict in the Frankfort penitentiary, died at noon Friday. He was sent up from Mason BOB Cnltml legislator. fov. 9. State Senate bj W. TL republican mem- r ner." It is understood that Messrs. Freeman, Carson and Dodson, three other republican members of the legislature from Louisville, will vote with Mr. Stiglitz. which presumably contained food. At his feet was a skin shield, which had also crumbled to dust. Klllrd llu Jraloii ltiral. UoTKixsvuiK, Ky., No?. 9. A killing is reported from Trenton, a town ten miles south of this city. John Bice and a woman started from town together, when a man named Yates, who was jealous of Ilice, saw them, and armed himself and started to overtake them, which he did, the meeting taking-plncin a lonely spot. As Yates opened fire the woman fled, and Bice drew his plstoL Several shots were exchanged, when a bullet from Bice's revo.ver took effect in Yates" heart, killing him instantly. Rice fled and has not been heard of since. rlslnn In the VTalllnc Caawi Reserved. FKANKFonr, Ky., Xov. 9 The arguments in the appeal of Alonzo Walling, convicted of beheading Pearl Bryan, were heard by the Kentucky court of appeals. Col. Geo. Washington representing Walling and Prosecutor Lock-hatne commonwealth. The defense relied on errors in permitting Deitsch and Albion to testify as to what Walling had told them. The points made in the appeal of bcott Jackson were not referred to. Dccisioa will be reserved for some days. After Kudu Manchester, Ky., Nov. 9. Lyttle A Jeffries, attorneys, have filed Zilpha Roberts a dar. suit in the Clay circuit ceioi $5,000 against Hon. Jja Kash. alleging breach of sfomiso of mar riage. Mss Roberts is a daughter oi Zea Roberts' proprietor of the Roberts hoeL Mr Kash is a lawyer and the elector for the state at . large. At the late election he raD ahead of the republican ticket in this state. e X rt -. INDIAN MUMMY Dnc Out of m Cellar on ElkwMl Creek. Kentucky Skeletun of a Man debt Feet Hiclu Lexington, Ky , Nov. 9. John WinWHOLE FAMILY ter, of Bell county, last cck, while digging a cellar at his home, on Elk well Jailed Charged With Murdering Old Man Jordnn Ilarrl. creek, excavated a giant mummy. The Greexup, Ky., Nov. 7. Arch Horner, mummy was that of a man eight feet high, and wrapped in a winding cloth oi sr., wife and three sons. Josh. Arch, jr., and Jim, were in jail Friday night, skins. It was placed in a canoe-lik- e coftin, and crumbled away upon being charged with the murder of Jordan exposed to the air. At the head of the Harris, n& old resident of the county. was found giant ere a Mone hatchet and a few HarrisSunday evening by the roadside with his skull last cooking utensils and a large hollow had betrayed Calvert's daughter, and when Calvert sought to bring him to account for it, Famjll killed him. Parrell denied this assertion, and the brothers and sisters of the young by claim lady bore out his sworn affidavits, but for some reason ho could not secure a pardon. He was a union soldier, but opened a hotel In Washington jast at the close of the war, and was said to have been concerned in a plot to assassinate Lincoln. He then went to Florida and secured largo mail carrying contracts and then drifted into the trotting horse business, which brought him to Maysville, where he killed Calvert Gov. Bradley was on tho eve of pardoning him, and the pardon was actually written out and signed, but tho famous Norman-Brow- n political fight interfered with it. lvert county for life for killing Thomas CaIt was charged on trial thatFar-rel- l stone, fractured, from which injury he died later without regaining consciousness. It is supposed he was killed for the purpose of robbery. Coroner Brady held an inquest, and warrants were issued for the parties above named. Horner has kept a saloon for a number of years in a remote part of the county, and had a tough crowd at times around his place. Lexington Herald Sued for Libel. Lexingtox, Ky., Nov. 7. S. G. Boyle, editor of the Lexington Herald, is made Har-rodsbur- g. defendant here in a $25,000 libel suit filed by Miss Kittic Hanna, of The plaintiff states in her petition that there was printed in the Herald an article charging her with fiendish cruelty toward Ambrose a little boy who was adopted by Miss Hanna from the Charity Organization home in this city. In an interview Mr. Boyle said: We think we can prove that the facts are essentially as published" Imlutrles ICerlvInc nt Ashland Asiir.AXU, Ky., Nov. 7. The Coal and Iron Railway Co. uof a large mediately begin the ere plant of coke oven?. Work that has been suspended fp- - some months on the new brancji railroad to Hath county will be - iraed at once, The Norton im- ks and the Ashland Steel Co. .1 reiume. Preparations for are being made by the coal and coke operators, of the Fat-To- p Quis-enberr- y, -re-pti- broken and shot in themoutb, may die; KENTUCKY'S VOTE Charles' Haggard, shot through hip; Will De the Heaviest la the lllotorr of Henry Young,! ihrongh breast, will die; the State Both I'nrtln Claim the Vicrough right side, very tory. serious; Joy Hodgkin, through leg; I.onisviixE, Ky., Nov. 3. Tho IndiBob Haggard, NeBivens cations are that Kentucky Tues- John received"and wounds. Of the 'slight day will cast the heaviest vote In tho groes, posse, John Jones, jr., was shot history of the state. There is going police through the leg, while Luther Jones to be so much scratching, however, and Will Anderson received slight that the counting will bo slow, A wounds in the body. The police great many county scats arc 30 miles driven back and were again were or more from telegraphic communicaby more deputies and tho friends tion; with mountain roads to bo trav- of those who were injured and started ersed, and it will be 11 o'clock before again for the,. 2Jegro enmp. anything definite can be ascertained citizens interfered and preas to the general result. vented nnother clash. Several Negroes The campaign managers "for both surrendered to the jailer, but the parties express supreme confidence in later of them are swearing vengeance. body the result. Chairman Sommers, of the They arc patroling the streets of their freo silver democratic campaign own settlements armed. Many of tho '29,514 as his estimate of city Bryan's plurality outside of Louisville, leading white republicans of tho the havo been with the Negroes all which he concedes to McKinley, with afternoon counseling peace- the reservation that the labor voto may develop great strength for Bryan. TH ROUGH THE HEART. Chairman Roberts, of the republican Negroes Shoot a Follcesnan 'Stlth the O racampaign committee, says 15,000 is a cer's Own FlstoL rock bottom estimate of McKinley's Owensboro, Ky., Nov. 5. IX 9 o'clock makes any Wednesday morning Policeman Aquil-lNeither side plurality, new claims on the congressional conCushion's White went tests. CoL Breckinridge is going to quell a crowd into disorderly saloon tc Negroes. of have a hard fight in tho Seventh dis- He was accompanied by Deputy Marin his favor. trict with chances slightly shal E. WahL Two of the Negroes IM tz With Human Ilea d. held White while a third took Lexington, Ky., Nov. 3. William the officer's pistol from him und shot McAndrews, of this city, came home him twice, oncu through the heart and from Winchester Monday night with a once just above the heart Three other strange ireak of nature in the shape of Negroes assaulted Wahl, and he was a pig with a human head. It has but pretty badly beaten up. Ihc Negroes ne eye, that just above the nose. all escaped, but the three engaged in Otherwise the formation is perfect. the killing of W hite have since been The pig is but three days old, and was arrested. Great excitement prerails, one of a litter of cirrht born in a stv ) and it is quite possible that the Nebelonging to a colored man in Win- groes will be lynched and others if chester. they are caught Ttrecklnrldce's Hoprs. Fatal Fight at Folntersvllle. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 3. The race "Winchester, Ky., Nov. 5. A fight for congress in the old Ashland dis- occurred in Pointersville Wednesday trict had been a lively one, and many afternoon, in which C. H. Young, colfigure that the successful candidate ored, was shot through the right will have only a small majority. CoL breast, Stanley Woodard wounded in Breckinridge's friends have been do- the leg, Tucker Anderson and John T. ing everything in their power to com- Jones, white, each shot in the leg. bine tho different elements against Young can not recover. The others free silver. His friends claim that are not seriously hurt The trouble Itreckinridge will receive a majority of came over the attempted arrest of Bill 0 5. Bly and Bob Haggard, colored, for Fatal CJuurreU over 1 olltics. misdemeanor. A number of men are Louisville, Ky., Nov. 3 At a po- patrolling the streets w.th shotguns, litical speaking at Charley. Lawrence and further trouble is excected. county, Monaay, James Van Hoose, a McKinley man, struck Meredith Chandler on the head with a rock, causing a probable fatal wound. At another political meeting in Lawrence county Henry-Branchlfth Cool-heades CONDENSED ty Gathered rrosa All Parts Telegraph. The manager of the Pruuslan gov- it of tfce GtoM NEWS sir '; BUTTO AN ELjEGANT BUTTON FREE 111 a c POST OFFICES. killed by Lafe Marcum. ,r Urlchncd, acted in self defense. n mnn nntnirl ftnnlllr! tnff wn shnt. ernment stud has purchased the American trotting maro Helen Nichols for stock purposes. Ihe latest advices received from Manilla say that Gen. Blanco, the governor of the Philippine islands, expects to stamp out the rebellion in his territory within three weeks. A special from Victoria, Mex., says: Gov. Gaudalupe Maninero, of Victoria, has been granted a concession for tho coustruction of a railroad from San MitrueL a town opposite Rio Grands ' City, Tex., to the Gulf railroad. Advices received from Montevideo, Uruguay announce .the denth in that city of Dr. Jaime Estrazulas, for tho past three years Uruguayan minister of foreign affairs. He was prominently mentioned as the next president of Uruguay. The second convention of tho Lutheran League of America will bo held in Chicago Novemb r 17 to 20. About 800 delegates and visitors arc expected to be in attendance. Hon. Geo. B. Swift mayor of Chicago, will welcome tho delegates and visitors. Maj. McKinley is rapidly recovering from the effects of the mental strain and arduous labors of the campaign, and Sunday evening expressed as being quite fully rested. He Is in excellent health and spirits. The president-elect spent a very quiet Sunday. The general executive board of tha K. of L. of the United States and Canada met in Rochester, N. Y., Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The board is perfecting arrangements for holding the general assembly in Rochester November 10, which will remain in session ten or 15 days. The Sheffield Coal, Iron and Steel Co., Memphis, Tenn., on Thursday received an order for 4,000 tons of pig Iron at an advance of 50 cents a ton over preelection prices. Since Tuesday tho company has booked a number of orders ranging from 103 to 1,000 tons, and a decided iron revival appears to havo set in. The nomination of Rev. C R Thomas as bishop of Wilmington, DeL, will bo published at the next consistory. It is stated in Vatican circles that the forced retirement of Bishop Kcane from the rectorship of the Catholic university at Washington will lw by tho " rew ifessors at much him-,ol- f s-d or Is Las M bfy 1? ( UP STAIR IN With each package of CHARGE OF J (9 MRS1D.FL0RH ' fc HAVE our Store Crowded in great variety at With Gccds LOWEST PRICES 4H We have our Clothim: on Second Floor, where m.u find a larpe lighted room filled with Overcoats. B Men's Suits in all styles, and prices lower than ever It will pay 3rou to look through our slock. -- I piJ('"'"Y'"yT ' s" "" We can only say come and see Forty cases to select lrr.m Boots, 50c up; Men's Boot-- , $1.' ' ej 6) 9 SWEET CAP0RAL CIGARETTES AN OPPORTUNITY ffc flare Almost Ewjlliiii!? in ieti w e) ) Needles lc, Lead Pencils lc, Thimbles 1c, Darning 1c, Clark's Thread 4c, Dolls 5c up, Tea Tot Mk V Frames 10c up, 3 Spools Thread 10c, Lace Curiam-WindoShades 10c up. t) e e TO MAKE HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR IIose 5c, Ladies' Vests with sleeves 15c up. We have no doubt the largest stock to select in shown in this city. i I A COLLECT&ON OF BUTTONS WITHOUT COST. n- -l - coal fields. Bovijxg Gkkkx, Ky., Nov. prisoners back in their c Shot Doiti In Jail. 7. Fri- day while Capt. J. II. Compton, keener of the station house, was putting the colored, ro'us-ner, Geo. to go into his call, whereupon Compton to do drew his pistol to so. The priso.ier att-ckthe officer, who fired two shots, bjth taking elf ct. It is impossible for the wouaJed man por.--u.ul- o ed h-- lis after din- 3. At Capital in Edmonson county, Monday morning Maj. William Hutchlngs was stabbed in the side and abdomen by Joseph Whittle, a young man whom Hutchings was trying to eject from a meeting of gold democrats. Whittle refused to leave the hall, and Hutchings seized him. Hutchings will die. Strange Hot at Wllllamitotrn. Williamstown, Ky., Nov. 3. Tho s lver members of the Elite club Monday morning proposed to the gold men of the society to give a ball on the n'ght of November 6, to be paid for by the silver men if McKinley is elected, nnd by the gold men if Bryan wins. Odds are 2 to 1. Lexixcton, Ky., Nov. IVJIttcs Cannes Another Murder. .eport of First Asr master Genera -- of 235 J-APME- Blankets 39c. a pair up. Comforts 65c. nr S IHU, Number of Presidential host v, 8,654, Salaries Being $6,203,900. Knral Free Delivery Delng Tested In About Thirty States Negotiations Pending i for an iCzchange of Money .Orders With Mexico Tear's Estimates. I The Gall!iam Acquitted. Lexington, Ky.. Nov. 9. James Guil-liaand his son, Harvey, charged with the murder of Jere South, at Jackson, some months ago. were acquitted in the circuit court. It was shown that South had drank a pint ol to recover. Newport, Nov. 7. Walter Schriver, a Newport carpenter, will go to Mexico to reside as pa ment of a whisky just before the difficulty, and wager made with Walter Kiehards, that the bloiv on the head na hardly plumber. Schriver says that he full suthcicnt to produce death. intends to fulfill the wager, and claims that he will live better and easier in The r I'nnWiimrnt. Rivkrtox, Ky., Nov. 9. In the cir- Mexico under free siUerthan Richards cuit court Will Archy was convicted of will in the United btates under monohurM; stealing and sentenced to the metallism. Frjnk ort penitentiary fortno years. Charles Freeman, for shooting at a C and O. railroad conductor, was fined Vfns It Murder or Suicide? i5iand cost. Pe went to jaiL FreeMlDDl.r.SUoito, Ky., Nov. 7. T. J. man Ls a Willie, and claims Lumpkins. the night watchman at the Cincinnati as his home. Cumberland Gap tunnel, was found dead with a bullet through his heart Ituttle Will btoiitn. Uimiman, Ky.. Nov. 9. At Upper and a pistol by his side. It is not Carr precinct, on election day, John known whether he was murdered or Aubrey, a democrat, attempted to vote committed suicide. a tranirnt, when Robert Collins, the republican election officer, objected. , Nicn"i.ASViLLE,-Ky.Nov. 7. Circuit Aubrev stabbed Collins, who defended court adjourned here Friday. The folhimse'f with stones, wounding his lowing prisoners were sent to the pen, e leiny. Both will recover. each charged with housebreaking: To Sound Money Men. Thomas Withrow and Lucien Howard, Ky., Nov. 9. The silver three years; Mary Newman, two years. Louisville, men of Athens, Ky., who refused to al- All colored. low a sound money speaker to be Cqnallzers Appointed. """3 heard, have formed an association Fraxkfobt, Ky., Nov. 7. Gov. Bradwhose members are pledged not to employ a republican or sound money ley Friday appointed the state board of equalization for the next four years, democrat in any capacity. as follows: Ed Parker, London; M. Tote In Knott. II. Martin, Munfordville; R. McMichael, Bikdmax, Ky.. Nov. 9. The vote of Lexington, and W. A. Bullock, BowlKnott county is as follows: For Presi- ing Green dent, Bryan 795, McKinley 401, Palmer Increase In liell Countj. k 3, and Levering i. For Congress, Middleebobougii, Ky., Nov. 7. Full 790, Langley 392; total vote county vote gives McKinley 1,875, cast 1,200 IJryan C13, Levering 9, Palmer 18. ghat Fle Time. McKinley's plurality is 1.2C2. This is Bowling Gisekn, Ky., Nov. 9. Geo. absolutely correct from the face of tho Jackson was shot five times by returns. Keeper Henry Com p ton. Altr n Collertorahlp. Jaikson fought while being handcuff-eti- . Eowuno Green', Ky., Nov. 7. Dr. He will die. William Turner, chairman of the Warren county republican committee, anThat role Will Sty. Kokouo, Ind , Nov. 9. The long nounced his candidacy for collector of drawn out case of to the Second revenue district Friday. Latrrt-ncCounty's Vote. Magce, of Logansport, hncden Rufus Louisa. Ky., Nov. 7. The exact pluagainst the Mutual Telephone Co. for iianting a pole in front of plantifTs rality in Lawrence county for McKinbusiuess block in Logansport, was de- ley Elector Kash is 145; for the other cide i in court here in the telephone republican elector, 14L Congressman company's, favor, the court holding Pugh's majority is 14a that thw franchise given by the city cjnveved the right to use the streets Vote! After Ilelug W iund. if planted in such a a d AsuLAxn, Ky., Nov. 5. --While er manner as not to interfere with public travel. Mr. Magee therefore gets no route to the polls near Bellr.fount, thii county, Tuesday, Tobe Stanley met damages. and attempted to horsewhip Sam and Tom Barker. The latter shot him faJlcKlnley Gains In Spencer County. Tat Lous villi:, Ky., Nov. 7. Sjen-ce- r tally through tho stomach. Stanley county'b missing precinct gives claimed Tom Barker and wife had enMcKinley a plurality and reduces the couraged his daughter to leave home. Brvan majority in the county from 400 The Barkers escaped, and though to3C7. Stanley votes a'ter the shooting he can not recover. g Must lsde Ky., In Mexico. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 3. A special from Rrownsvillc says that John Jew ell, colored, was shot and instantly killed there Sunday night. The Smith Grove minstrel troupe was parading, when Jewell, who was drunk, began Twenty shots to shout for McKinley. were fired. A Fntal Cheer. Libsrtv, Ky., Nov. 3. Near hero on Casey's creek Monday morning tho sawmill plant of James Ross, together with a considerable amount of lumber, wis burned. fenwinlll and Lumber Doras The loss was several thousand dollars. The fire originated from sparks from the mill. A DruTglHt's Fattl Mistake. Covington, Ky., Nov. 3. A case of accidental poisoning, owing to the mistake of Druggist Stuntebech, Eighth and Greenup, this city, caused the child of Samdeath of the uel Hudson, a colored man, living at 821 Greenup street five-year-o-ld Rnj-cut- t Lexington, kins, colored, colored, with noon on the this county. garding the weapon. Killed With a Spade. Ky., Nov. 3. Ed Jenkilled Bill Reece, also a spade Monday afterfarm of Dr. Carrick, in The men quarreled repossession of an old Miners on Strike. Ky., Nov. 3. Tho Eureka Coal Co.'s men have struck hero because they do not receive the scale paid in Lee county. A committee has Beattytille, asked miners from other sections to remain away until the strike shall be settled. Aged Preacher Dead. a leading minister of the liapti&t church in this state, died at his home near Sharon Grove, aged about 75 years. He has been preaching over half a century. Sick In the Frankfort 1'rlion. R. Benson, Hopkinsville, Ky., Nov. 3. Rev. J. Fitz-patric- se the noted Mason county life prisoner, is dangerously ill from malarial fever in the prison hospital. Twelve men are very sick there. dwelling of James W. Smith, cashier of the Harris Seller bank, burned. Loss, S2.000; fully insured. "So l'ardou for Van Winkle Powell. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 3. Gov. Bradley has refused to pardon Van Winkle Powell, charged with vote-tscllin- Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 3. Bob Far-rel- l, General Frank II. Jones, in his annual, report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1890, statei that there has during the time been s saving of $3,278,9S5, and also shows an improvement in the service of deliver ing the volume of mail matter. The number of presidential post of ficcs is 3,054, the salaries of the postBlanco. masters being ?0,203,900, and the totai ceeds Capt.-GeBuffeted about by the angry waves gross receipts from these offices wer of Lake Michigan for hours, her crew t05,2S2,S0t subjected to the terrible rigors of a Mr. Jones recommends that 817,000,-00be appropriated to compen- low temperature while fighting for d sate postmasters schooner Waufor the next life, the ne fiscal year. only kesha, commanded by Capt Duncan asks 811,000,000 for clerk hire, a consider- Corbett went down Saturday night off able decrease In proportion to the in- Muskegon, Mich., and six brave seacrease of clerks to be employed. He men and a Negro cook found watery recommends that 875,000 be appropri- graves. One man, Frank Dulach, was ated for the rental and purchase oi saved, and he it is who tells a story of alleged bad seamanship and drunkencancelling machines. He thinks a sufficient sum to covet ness by the captain and mate. advertising expenses regarding unPorec4t for 3Xondy. claimed letters, and advocates the WAsni-oxoNov. 0 Indiana and Illinois Occasional soon or rain: warmer; light vaadoption of the bulletin board system in this matter. He recom- riable winds teuomlnK boutaerlr. Onto Occasional mends that ten inspectors be assigned ct, low temperature:light now, cloudy vrestb freh westerly winds. to look after the work in the salary and allowance branch of the service. THE MARKETS. Free delivery service has been established in 24 cities during the year and Cincinnati. Not. 7. there are now but 63 entitled to it but .70 at 00. sprin? FLonn Spring fanor. on account of tho expense the remaind- family. J3.11&HJ: spring patent, f 3)370-- . faticy. er could not be benefitted. Experi- winter patent, n.2S&4 5.S 4V&S.73. M73&4.00; family, fl 15 .160. extra. low grade, mental free delivery in towns liOOaJ.ii. rye. northwestern. ai5Si70; do and villages has shown a reduc- c.ty, !5227d. WaiAT Sales: Sample red to arrive. 83o. tion in gross receipts a in majority of offices. By November 1 Cobn Sale: So. t mixed, (old), track, 5Kc do mixed ear, next rural free delivery will be tested ear. new. track. 23c. new, track, 19c: yellow in about thirty states. There was a Oats Sa es: No. 3 ahlte. track, 19c. RTK Sales: No. t trnsk, 3Ac reduction of dismissals of letter carHogs Select shippers. 13.4&23.&0. select riers, which evidences the high standbutchers', ia5ft3&0 ard of discipline. An estimated ex- U02a45; fair to good fair to good packers, compenditure of S13, 320,500 is made on ac- mon and roughs. ti 73,3 liht. ja count of free delivery Gystem for the Cattle hair to good shippers, IX B03 15; fiscal year 1897-9Negotiations are choice, MSi35: good to choice butchers. to now pending for an exchange of money ta6il 10 fairU2&S-7- medium butchers, 3.003 2M. common. & orders with Mexico.Sheep and Lambs Sheep: Extras, 1X19 Mr. Jones recommends that a pen- 333. good to choice. 11603.00; common to Jl.7Jai.4a Lambs: Extras. K1&34JS: alty be prescribed for the unlawful fair. to use of the frank of a member of con- (rood choice. 13.50 .ii.OO; common to f Air, tlOJ gress, and suggests 8300 fine in each Veal Calvis Fair to cood light, 83.303 case. He said the law was disregarded 6 63. common and large. Ea30aa00. Wool Unwashed fine merino. 9S10; per during the campaign just closed. He th: quarter-bloo-d clothla?. 13 asks legislation to do away with pri- delaine and clothing. lJ4!Jo: aflSa: medium, braid, lllic. vate post office boxes. medium combing. 13143. Washed, tine merino, X to XX.. l.'c: msdlum clothlnr. litlo; VERY CLOSE delaine floece. UJlJcs. loa combing, ISalSo; and low, llffclJc; common Will Be the Standing In the Senate of the course, d choice, 17!8c llclic: al n. 0 ant Washington, Postmast-- r Nov. 9 First Assist- ttood that the presidea desire that Mr. Bliss accept the treasury portfolio and is anxious that his selection shall have the approval of the republican organization in New York city and state. The French government com municated to the governm ud- rid a list of claims made b . .cncli citizens forlosses incurred through tho rebellion in Cuba. The Spanish government has ordered an inquiry to be made into the claims. The relations between France and Spain are good. Gen. Polavieja, the newly appointed captain-gnerof the Phillipine islands, has sailed for Manila. He sucnt-elect ? the treas- - .iu expressed-- Cio If o 50c. and SI per box. 6 for $5. Japanese Pile Ointment. 25 and 60c. per box. Japanese Liver Pslleti, 50 pil!(-25c-. 1Mb Harta, Cutlery Etc. w Will care all Iciridanf Piles. TTh: suffer with thin tnrrttilndiuan? TVo srlTawrittf-- jruarameo wini Doifn, to relanl not rnreil Stalled to uar aUdross ou receipt olprica. Tne Jspaoese l'Uolltmnnrr It buaul, Mian. Cure Compaar, JBSold by W. G. White. Druest, Richmond, Ky. PILE THE WILLAR IuOTJZS"V"IT Has Pocket Knives 5c up, Il.immers 5c to 2.V. Hatchet 39c, Hat and Clothes Hacks 10c, File. Inch XX Cut So, Scissors 5c to 4Sc, Tarks lc. 1. AVheels 3c. Tea Spoons 4e a set, Table Spoons c Spring Balances St, Nickle Alarm Clocks (stiarantcY Nut Meir (4raters lc. Large Graters 4c, Knives an.! ' 40c and 50c a et, "Wash Basins Imperial EnuineU-Ware 15c and 25, Hair Curlers 3c and 5c, Waiters l. 15c. Crumb Trays and Brush 15c. Cooking Sjmh i; long 3c, Cooking Spoon (heavy) 17 inches Ion:: ." 4 t' f TRUNKS S1.50 UP. TELESCOPES 35c. Recently s. ooooooocof-- v Been Converted Into P Hats and a Modern Palace. ? up. Caps All Prices. Laundred SMrts SCc Respectfully submitted to the Cask Tra'e. Halls and Entranco are Marbla and Tiling of tho Finest Quality. (s "$ three-maste- 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors . Offices and 0K Dlnlng-Room PARLORS AND MTKR HALLS. - - - ELDER'S & BARGAIN S Beautifully Decorted and Bril liantly Lighted.. Main Street, Richmond, Ky. .S15,-00- 0 x, Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in tho South, rate of .... Charges Considered in F W IX! z acg::i::c"jjz::r5cZ3r 1 0"7"iJ $lo7ooo Expended Have This Recent Improvement. RKTES $2 3t $2.50 PER DAY Been iBl'E PI T zSt !! m s I" A S-- 'JJ4 - - W S) o teftt 3 l-- ?) ? T 11 7 v U 'i -- The exact thing for your iller. Jr !IP. Madison Monumental Works. MANUFACTURKK AND DEALER TV7 HEAT DKILLS, 3. Foreign Tombs, - and - American - Marble GRANITE MONUMENTS. HAllllOWS, EOLLERS, HAEDWAHE, MD GJ.-I0- . Tablets, Headstones, Urns, SrATlTAKY, Etc TINWARE. M r FINE WORK A SPECIALTY it quarter-bloo- Casulers House Horned. Versailles, Ky., Nov. 3. Journal reporter Senator Nelson W. The Aldrich gave it as his opinion that the terview Saturday evening with the Two Leading Parties. Pbovidence, R. L, Nov. 9. In an 2F Your Trade Solicited.jj Work delivered to any part of tht State. fflj Write for Designs and Prices. GEO. O. DOZIER, Proprietor. in- ; Wheat No. I red December. March. c7MS8JK3: May. 87K '83Jc Con- - Na 2, 3132c: December. 31Kc: May, SlTJc New Yobk, Nov. 7. Shackelford KICHMO:ND, KEX'irCKY. - g. Woman's BLESSING. Real m. MAKE THE HOME A .The Love of Children la Innate la the Heart of every True Mnn and Woman. All that is beautiful and lovely in woman, finds its climax in motherhood. How often we find among our American women that longing for the prattling voice, the idol of their wailing hearts. Jt is a natural instinct, this yearning .of the heart for offspring; yet the wife hesitates to talk with the family physician on this delicate subject. A good way to do is to send for "The People's Medical Adviser," looo iages, profusely illustrated (wood-cut- s and colored plates). Sent on receipt of 21 cents in stamps, for postage and wrapping only, if you address the World s Dispensary Medical Association, Uu'ilalo, N.Y. The reflections f a married woman are not pleasant U Rhe be delicate, rundown, or debilitattd. She feels "played out." Her smile and litr good spirits have taVen flight. It wane, her husband as well as herself. This is il.t time to build up her rtrength and cure those weaknesses or ailments which are the cause of her trouble. Dr. Pierre's Pavorite Preserio- ' tiOb regulates snd promotes all the pro sper luncliom, of womanhood, improves digestion, enrirhes ll,e blood, disuels aUirs nd poiiiS, melancholy and brings refreshing sleep, and restores perfect health and strength. It's a safe remedial ageut, an invigor. ating tonic i.4 mun'tat which cures nil ibosc disorders, wMkaesaca and dera&u. nerv--ousne-- Somerset, Ky., Nov. 5. A lady from Nelsoaville, .0., Mrs. Frank Clupman, traveling through to Florence, S. C, gave birth to a boy Wednesday on Train No. 1 of the Cincinnati Southern while passing through King's Mountain tunnel. Mother and child were taken in charge here by the company's surgeon, Dr. G. M. Reddish, and are at the Cumberland hoteL Her husband accompanies her. Double Wedding. Ky., Nov. 5. A double wedding at noon Wednesday was that of Dr. Samuel O.Sublett and Miss Hat-ti- e Collins, and Sublet t's sister, Miss Bessie Sub ett, and his'bride's brother, Ambrose D. Collins, jr. The couple are aged only 10 and 18 respectively. Rev. Henry M. Shouse performed the ceremony, and both couples Versa-xles- Chllil Horn on a Train. , last-name- d left here for an eastern trip. Washington, Nov. 5. The following Kentucky postmasters were commissioned Wednesday: Stowers, Simpson county, T. F. Gwattney; Rock Bridge, Monroe county. E. T. Pitcock; Casey-villUnion county, A. D. Bennett; Confederate, Lyon county, P. A. Cummins; Rush, Carter county, J. Kib gore. Voted for a Dead Man. Paintsville, Ky., Nov. 5. New Kentucky P. M's. e. just developed that the prohibitionists fhroughout Kentucky Tuesday voted for a dead man for elector. Judge R. S. Friend, of Prestonburg, whom they selected as their representative on tba ticket, died more than one year ago. Laweescebuhg, JCy.f Nov. 5. At Brown's store, this county, Charles Catlett and 'Squire Cattett wcro; terri- . . . . . . -. It has Quarrelrd C.'Ttr tho Kli-rtlo- s& lf !3ffiJIEiffi?2! Cfejjrty ?ml&s v. CJ T?5Sf' 'J "- i- 9. A dispatch from Washington Saturday evening stated that there was a report in republican circles at the capital to the effect that Congressman Alfred C of this city, would be tendered a portfolio in the McKinley cabinet Mr. SERIOUS RIOT Harmer said Sunday that it was tho At Winchester in Which Xlne People Are first time ho had heard of it, although Shot Three Blortally Wounded. time past, ho said, it was inWinchester, Ky., Nov. 5. About 1 for some to him timated that h'is very close o'clock Wednesday afternoon on a street in the portion of this city occu- friends were bringing his name forpied by colored people, a bloody battle ward in connection with a cabinet was fought between a posse of police- office. Coal and Coke Plant to Zlrsnme. men and a squad of Negroes, in Texjuikana, Ark., Nov. 9. The Cenwhich nine people, six colored and three whites, were shot, three Ne- tral Coal and Coke Co., which have groes being fatally wounded. The real iiot been running their plants since cause of the trouble can hardly bo as- June 1, owing to dull times, have iscertained. Ihe trains from Louis- sued orders to start up all their mills ville and Cincinnati had just arrived, December L on account of the increase bringing the news of the election, and in trade. Several hundred men will bo the NegroesTjixcited over tho victory, employed Tit their mill in this city, were noisy. The Negroes say that it which is one of thejargest in this Several hundred men havo been was for this reason the police fired upon them. The police, however, were trying put to work on the Kansas City, Pittsto arrest a, colored boy for snatch- burg and Gulf railroad, on which work ing a bundle of newspapers from a was suspended in September. newspaper boy's hands and trampling A Gale on the IlngUsh Coast. them in the mud, and they say the riot .London, Nov. 9. A northeast gale was brougit on by tho resistance of that is prevailing has done much damother Negroes, who wcro Interfering age at various points along the soast with the officers- - 'The chief of police A number of Yarmouth smacks and had been repulsed by the Negroes, and lots of fishing boats have been wrecked. returning to the city summoned The Dutch jaliotjJ)eBa .Jias besa men. 'Wrecked at the mouth of the.river Tec' The Uejrroes had Kolivcs" wcVVloSt.-T&&( - whea the pwun pwoviavuireaiOT on of the siealBsr. Caa(wood"hva landied J:"" for trying to kill his mother and little sister, lie seemed sorry that he had been unsuccessful in the attempt A Blizzard at Chicago Expected. Chicago, Nov. C The weather prophets of Chicago predict a genuine blizzard for Chicago Friday. At midnight a snowstorm developed, coming from the south. Friday another storm is due from the west The snow Thursday was soft and the streets became a sea of mud and slush. A drop in temperature of fully ten degrees is expected to take place during the night and tho first winter weather of tho season is expected to be experienced by Unckner at Home, Louisville, Ky., Nov. 3. Gen. Simon Bolivcr Buckner left Monday morning for Hart county, his home, to vote. Sent to the Reform School. Gallu'olis, O , Nov. 8. Jesse Arnold, 12, was sent to the reform school standing of the two leading parties in tho next senate would be very close. It is expected that President-elect McKinley will call a session of special congress to consider the revenue question soon after inauguration. The senator figures that at the present time only two states are doubtful North Carolina and South Dakota. In the former tho legislature is fusion, republican and populist, and in the latter the populists claim a majority. As matters btand the financial forces are evenly divided in the senate, 44 gold and the same number silver. Theso figures are likely to change, however, for it is possible that some silver republican may accept the verdict of the elections according to the St Louis platform. Until the exact status of the senate is decided. Senator h will not stte his opinion concerning tho future course the party is likely to take in the matter of revenue legislation. Congressman Ilarmer TendVsred a PortAid-ric- Oats Western. 2S31cr December. Chicago, fSc. Nov.' January, 794c: May, 8Hfc. Cobs November, Sle; December, May. MJJe. Wheat 7. Inine Streets. Richmond, Ky. fcg; f$33S3SSSSS.-,$SSi- November. 77c: December, 78Hcj 23Jf3; No. 2 cah. W3fc: December, Bljfc. May, W?$c: July, 8Jc. No. 3 red, caih. SStfc. Cons No. 3 yellow, ca'h. 2iHc mixed, caib, IStfs; No 3, do, Oats No. 10c. Oats November, I8Hc: December, 19s; May, iiJic. Toledo, O.. Nov. 7. HON. C. T. 8 CALDWELL, i Wheat SUPPLY THE TRADE d Our factory on Laurel Street in "is now running, and we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the llicli-nion- liii $, Sk of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Parkehsbubo, W. Va., January 26, 19D5. The 'Weight JIed. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Rte No 2. cash. 37Hc: No. 3. PniLADELruiA, folio. Nov. Har-me- r, Gentlemen. I have been ubing AVright's Celery Capsules since No emSeattle, Wash., Nov. 9. Washingber, 1S94, and find them to be as recomton's next state legislature will bo Brands, three grades. AVe can save yon mended. I first betn taking them composed of 84 populists and demo- money. Send ns a trial order; you will Espe- while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatcratic fusiouisU ana 28 republicans, a be glad with our products. combination which has already devel- cially pleased to hear from country mer- ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and oped much in the way of senatorial chants. Stomach trouble. Constipation which I timber and blighted the ambitions of Ross, White had been a long sufferer. I fouud the Gov. John II. McGraw and Andrew F. Celery Capsules gave mo great relief RicniioNi', Ky. 49 Uurleigh, sound money republicans, from the beginning and have used them who asp.red to seats in the upper houso ever since. "With pleasure, and unsoof congress. licited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. FAITHFUL MEN OB ROUTE WANTED auotailon-- changed. Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy. !1&5&t6S: mixed and heavy, 3.40C3 63; gocd to c&olco lights. S3 IVaiCV. Sheep Market closed firm at yesterday's Cattle Usual quiet Saturday market, IMMANAPOLIS. Ind- - NOV. 7. un- do. 31c. u o! u 1 1L B." of aii WAT6HES JEWELRY. 5; Complexion f Washington Loelslatnre. "Pair Jacks" PlNp55g5I Li. L w 5S3SSSS&? iSSS&fcSSSJ jTi New and Nicely Selected Stock Just Received and at SvFv, V aa!sT'i! VINCE5 '"X "BIG- FOUR" Hard - Times -- Prices. SND SILVE Kt j I travel for responsible established house in Kentupky. Salary -- BEST LIKE TO AND FUQM- -J Position perma$780 and expenses. nent. Reference. Encloso The stamped envelope. National, Star' Insurance Bldg-.soi'iu vet!buiet Troiiia, wan Butret rnrior Cnr. F.'etrant Coache. Dining '"an", Wguei Chlcigo: SlPepInK Curs, and Ioicst Iniproved(rriv'e self-address- ed - Charles T Caldwell. CHICAGO. Sold by T. S Hagan, Druggist. Price 0 cents and $1.00 per box. Call at drag-lor- e (-fand get free sample. css'5Wwoovg:5:,cs, OLD GOLD , -- Land For r HAVE .ale! Deportment Hnnet H'eenii'K Cars, Wanted-f- in tnrsiilied vrllh toilet aecewmles la your Ideas: Jrotect JOHN WEliDEKBURNi tucli compartment. Best terminal stUIon. Write nnanlfl-cnll- y Idea Who can think of acme simple ST- pgreeiibletuunei. LOUIS. and list ot two hundred Inventions Tinted. you CO,8 Patentireilto. D. G. for their 3L8M prlxo offer thing to patent? is TKKEN imm m m on Solid VeRtiboled Traits with Bufle rarlor Cars, coaches ana Uliihic Caw, ai-- t VVnjjner Huffot Sleeping Car. JCnlerlnu St. Lonl over the New Merchants' Brtiige,a owing pe uis- - set-tio- n. six-youn- of land for sale. This land lies In Tlie only Through Sleeping Caritae fron .vfr," tho Foxtown precinct, Madison coun JlUC'XiUn'l JrjJ" ?6o ty, Ky., in tne heart oi tne .Blue Glass region, immediately on a WFWYDRTT. uco nty road. 4. VJUJta J J J Is under extra good fence, well Tho watered, very productive and lias a rhiitwi "Routhwotern Limited" SnllrtfVrMi' Truitn. with Cnmbniailon Iilbrarr. now modern house- - Can .be bought BB8etandSnioklti3Carii, Wastier (Vepln& " ' h.1, cumnt HtuirliMt and Dlnine Call, land it cheap. lnjt passenger In MewYorVtClty aMJlsireet TAMES GRBISC)N-.'ca. 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