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V r ?H l A nriUF.T?Tl;TNr, ;MrniITM " V w.u.w.uiuw:uuuiuil. ",- il VOLUME X. Mifleierts vlrlnnb ttt fevrr und mijiic, tbo mercurial diseased putlent, liow tliry recovered lieultli, Lheer-fspints and yood apili!c;lhey wiIKell you jy luUinf; Jilii nl f WINS sub-mari- ffi Mr 1 :H- - ''Km V v Mli 1 ": ;i "! . MUJ) I J 'k KENTUCKY, ijx "?-- k. . j,i-iv.mvi'h. rw - v.v rf.. . i- -: KT-- iii - - ,. ) hi s"rnk- i : ffi m Latest U.S. : IJOB WORK CAREFULLY 1 EXECUTED! .&. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, TO BESIEGE HAVANA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1896. Go't Report NUMBER 24. dyKI.tirs. Itiliuuk ASK lh UNCLE SAM'S NAVY. Has Oao Hundred and Ten Vo3sols Koadjrfor Activo Sorvico. Thirty of slfilji c k. rr-- -a HONS LA J ok Klcu Klsht Th Cheapest. Purest and Best Pmlly Medicine in the World I rVSPnPSlA, CONSTIPATION. latin d - ' oasattictsSICKHi:AlACIIl!,Mic. or I SOl'K rsiin etc. Spirits. unrivalled hTOJIUII. remrtly is rn. Tins l cd nnt to ontaln n wnglc pailale uf Juttv ni nnv tmnerul substance, but I nmg thoie Southern Root and Herb en oil wise Providence lias placed in where I.ivcr D'seass moil prevail. II will cure all Disease caused by Derangement ol the Liver and Bowels. T -- e s MPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a. V e cr jj taste in the month; Pain in the 1 J ms.ofen mistaken for Kheu-- r S Mn, Sour Stomach: liss of Appcti'e; 1 w- alternate' v cos'ive and lax; Headache; 1 S rt Mnmorv, iwith a iainful sensation ol l 3 nu fa to do something which oogM to - "ten lone: Debility: Low 5plrits, a llitct ivr of ih Skin and Kres. a dry y ip t mti'aken for Consumption. s r m- -s many of these, symptoms attend the sease, at others very few; but the Lit ER prnerallv the of the disease, and if not Ii . a'el in time, prca' suffenns. wretcheJ-r- ' ' i DEATH will ensue. i 'iingliiz1Uy esteemed personsattest t t'r virtues of S'mmotis Livr Kei;uiator: 1L R C J . Ker .et! U s HoK.Pres.Oa.S t U Perry, Ua ; Col 15. k par'--s. A!-l- a .a C Mss'erson Usq., Sheriff BiSbCo., , Alexander IL Stephens. A - hr fvied its virtues, personally, and w t) at for Dyspepsia, Biliousness and k n Headache it is the best medicine Hie 1 . Wetried forty other rcmedici tnniiinsI.iverlef;ulator, butnonctfave i. tlian ttniorary relief; but the Kejru- - r . only relieved, ) but cured Us Ea Ii i .aiii 'No tt.vcEIt, XIacon. Ga - Double-Turret- monitors Chief Constructor's Annual Keport. oJ Arts Armored, Including Battleship. Tiro Cruisers and Six Thc-s- PURELY VEGETABLE, 'i et i'n i' ' "-- J II. ZCILN lnv.FAaOREO & CO.. ONLY CY Philaiilphla. Pa. PBOFESSIOSAL COLDHN. mis I j mTdred" golden, TYPEWRITER. ii. II M'IIEll AND iiMOND, Ht Kentucky. T"' 'ijjhrr fl'i 'joining A .11. JJurHnmV. ATTCP.IT3TS. J.""'. STJ'ZjXjT'Vja-zsA TTO KX K r, W, 1 1 ICH'IIMOXI), - - KENTUCKY. 'i e over Taylor's Hardware ttore, op-- lrm- - Court Ilotie, on Main Street. H. II HOGG, IS . ATTORNEY AT LA W. Kextitky. iiviivn, iflire No. 13 First SU upstairs. A t.iiWTE. LILLY, A U II TTORXEY--A - T-L-A W, IvKXTlTCKY. MOM), e S. W. corner Main and Second K'r.-eup btHire. AVill jraetic in all tin- 'iurts of MadiKin and adjoining ciiunl let. and Court of Apjieals. Ii tt J. C. Rl( vt D. M. A OHENAULT, A - TTORNEYS T LA W, K.EVTUCKY. Chen-an IIMd.VI), oili.-- e t on Second etreet, over s fxrocery. Chief Contsructcr Ilichborn's-annna- l report slio s a total of 110 vessels in the navy, of which SO are armored, including' cijjht battleships, two cruisers, one d rani, sin monitors, all of which are in active service prepared for oflensit c or defensive operations and 13 tingle turret monitors which might be utilized in the harbors in which they now lie. Three other armored battleships are now under construction. There are 25 new stesl cruisers also in commission in addition to the three special class tcssels of the new navy: The Bancroft, Dolphin and Vesuvius. These arc unarniorcd, as are the 10 iron and wooden cruisers and mx wooden sailing vessels still carried on the lists. Three torpedo boats are in use and 15 under con t ract. The other vessels building are six gunboats, one boat and 15 torpedo boats. Twelve tugs are also included in the naval force and 15 old shipb unfit for sea, which, however, are utilized for various purposes, such as training vessels, naval reserve icndezvous and receiving ships. In compliance vt ith law for the increase of the navy. Engineer in Chief Melville and the chief constructor unite in a statement that 55,925,359 must be appropriated for 1S99, which with $S,237,-50the balance in the treasury, is required for existing contracts. The only new vessels which congress is asked to authorize are two composite sailing vessels of 1,100 tons costing S500.0C0, as practice cruisers for the naval academy, to take the place of the Bancroft, but these do not conflict with the recommendation for three additional battleships which Secrctar' Herbert is confidently expected to make in his annual report. During the fiscal year nine vessels, the Indiana, Massachusetts, Oregon, Maine, Texas, Terror, Mcnadnock, Katahdin and Ericsson, were added to the effective force of the navy, and during the current year the Brooklyn, Iowa, Nashville, 'Wilmington, Helena, Puritan, six gunboats, seven torpedo boats, and one tug arc to be added. Constructor Ilichborn declares that the naval station and docks at Port Royal, S. C, and Port Orchard, V.ash., cannot be properly utilized without the erection of shops for which he urges authority. The major part of the report is devoted to exposing the shortecrairgs of the report c veesels. Practice has shown the frequent necessity of open market requisition for this work and strong arguments arc presented for an increase in the supply fund to $1,500,0C0. The advisability of shcathinp the bottoms of cruising csscJs is reiterated as well as former recommendations for building1 to keep the ships additional in a high state of efficiency. During the past j ear the bureau prepared plans for concerting several classes of ships which arc entered in the naval reserve list into effective auxiliary cruisers. These include the Owego and Hudson classes on the Great lakes and the El Sol and El Dorado classes of vessels. It is now proposed to prepare the outfits and keep them ready for immediate nee. double-turretc2, dry-docl.- furnish the pedestrian with his or her daily newspaper were considerably auasncu the other afternoon when they beheld a recruit to their ranks in the person of an exceedingly bright and comely damsel of 19 summers, who ex pcrienccd not the slightest difficulty in dispensing with,hcr wares. In fact, the incredible manner in which the pile of papers which she carried in true newsboy position under her left arm diminished reminded the youngest of election night, when it is scarcely necessary for thqm to cry out "extra," so grca.t is the demand. Presently along came a young man vtho knew the girl and asked for an explanation. "It was just this Waj-,she said. "There are two friends of mine, students of technology, who told me that I would not dare go down into newspaper row in the afternoon, go into tho newspaper office, buy papers, and then stand upon the sidewalk and offer them for sale in competition with the newsboy. In fact, sure were the young men that thc3'putup$17tomy 12asan inducement." As a consequence Miss Dorothea Ashley, well known in Decatur, 111., now a student in a Boston music conservatory, covered the bet and started out to win the $17. "How are you succeeding?" asked the young man. "Splendidly," was the response. "Why, at 3:30 I purchased eight papers just for a starter, and they were of in no time. I then went back for 12 papers three times, and later for 15 more, thus making a total of 59." Miss Ashley's presence on the street created such interest that the sidewalk became blocked, but the plucky girl was not interfered with and will be $17 better off for the experience, as well as the pleasure of having the laugh on. her friends. "' o dis-Ios- HER BET. IUlaols Girl Sell Papers on tho Boston Streets for a Wnsrer. The bright-face- d newsboys who daily frequent newspaper row, Boston, and VAST POTATO CROP IN 3.IGHT. Orerproductlon Has lirought tho Price Down to a Losing Figure. Bcport That Gomez Will EncomThe potato crop is in a bad way. Tho pass tho City Within Sixty Days. officers of the agricultural department do not consider this a calamity. Tho Prominent Cuban . Besldent of Key West, overabundant crop of last year mado Who Is FnUy Informed Kcpardlnpr the potatoes scarcely worth digging. The Plans of the Cuban Patriots, Talks average price fell to 26 cents a bushel, cf 'he Campaign. It had never been so low since the war More than 27D,C00,000 bushels were proA New York Herald special from Key duced in the United States, not count West, Fla,, says: A prominent Cuban ing thev ..nds of bushels left in the resident of this city said the other day ground. that the city of Havana would bo beThe indications are that the total sieged by Maximo Gomez within the y Id this year will not exceed 250,000,-- C next 60 days. To that end, he said. bushels. Even this would be the largGomez and all the rebel forces were' est crop ever raised in this country, exnow marching toward the capital. cepting the phenomenal crop of last This Cuban is in direct coramunica--tio- n year, when everybody planted potawith the insurgent leaders in the toes. field and is tho local medium through The general condition of the crop is whom all insurgent correspondence for now 81 on the bnsi of 100 representing the New York junta passes. He also an average crop. In October a year ago stated that there was no confirmation the condition was 87. The acreage of of a rumor circulated by Cuban pas- tho potato crop this year is 2,865,000, sengers who recently arrived in New-Yor- k which is only 10y2 per cent, short of the that the towns in the immediate, acreage last jear. JJut even this reoutskirts of the city of Havana had duced acreage is too great to insure been already besieged by the insur- good prices. gents. More or less complaint of rotting While the Havana papers continue comes from nearly every section of the to maintain silence in regard toMaceo's countrj', but particularly from thoNew movements since his brilliant attack on England and eastern states. Artimlsa, a few days ago, it is still inNotwithstanding these unfavorable sisted by.active partisans here in direct features, when the prospective volume communication with the leaders in of the crop is considered there seems to Cuba that he unquestionably crossed be little danger of a short supply. There the military trocha at that point dtwing Is only one thing now in the vision of Highest of all in Leavening Power. RfiVfaS Baking 1XV SU Powder ABSOIXreE PURE SQUAW SEEKS DIVOJiOE. TOSSED Another Evidonco That tho Indians Aro Becoming "Civilizod." il Loto with Fool Dear Ills Law fnl Wife Now After Ills Scalp. Uood-Natnrc- THE GREATEST) First Born, Defendant In Suit, FalL In STEPHEN D. PARRrSII, A TTORNEY AT LA W. KirsTircKY. Iti imoi, 1 - BaI'atcntp, 'nl'lis, Giveats KtP. Trade, Marks, Import as to patenlaUility of invitation In- - of (.'liarge. UiiMirpatNed facilities. tnii-,- . Uefoie applying for a 40- p.it it, w rile inc. GREEN CLAY A TTOIIXEY--A --- T-L-A W. I; ( i hiiHimi, Kenluch 13 . lilrrtions solicited. PHTSIGIAITS. DR. II. R. GIBSON, l iim"nii, T PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. r in the Jae Cc.lins building, 18 and ao oer Wauc eW drucstare. t, 7- ... - (HAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, College. Graduate Ontario Veterinary stannary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. 11 jp stairs ocr New York Store, cornel M 46- ard First streets. Richmond . C. Metlicinc and Surgery, ofhee Collins ISuildinir, MainStreet. T JASPER, M. Dl Ilroad-aj'--- ephone nt residence . (the Ciirr place) ot lii- - iimond, --- Kentucky DR. O. A. KENNEDY, ICh iimond, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Office in Smith Building, No. 704 Main Street, nj Office hours 12 to 1 ani to 5 o'clock. stairs DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond, ... ... Kentucky V Telephone at office and residence. G. V. EYANS, M. D.f Physician and Sukgeon, - Kentucky Richmond, ... other facts concerning his personal history. Mr. Datis has written the letter in the hope that the mystery may be unraveled. Mr. Davis' account of the incident is as follows: On October 1G a gentlemanly appearing man called upon tho undersigned, announced himself as a churchman and asked to be introduced to some phj siciau with whom he might confer as to his mental condition. Ho said he had lost all knowledge as to his personal identity, of which fact he had become conscious within a few days. The stranger was taken to one of tho leading physicians, and, after careful examination, placed in the city hospital, where he still remains. He thinks ho. has gone from place to place for a considerable time, but cannot tell how long. Nothing about him gives any' clew to his identity. Some of his linen is marked "J. n. II.," and he registered at a hotel as "J. Harrison, St. Paul," but he thinks that is neither his name nor BEING LAID WASTE. his home. FORMOSA He is on Englishman by birth, about Japanese Arc Accused of Treating Natiio 50 old, well educated, and thinks Prisoners in a Brutal Manner. News comes by steamer of a battle he has traveled extensively in this counfought October 1 betvi cen Japanese sol- try and abroad. He also thinks he at diers and natives of Formosa, who arc some time acted as a lay reader. in rebellion at Akogai, where was lo THE KUCHENG RIOTS. cated a ft rang military police station. . This station was attacked by 200 na- rhotographlc Display Showing tho Elotives, captured after a struggle and cution of tho Chinese Criminals, burned, down. The soldiers took refuge The state department lias, just renear by. A hot exchange ceived the final report of tha commisin a building of shots was kept up until nine p. m sion appointed to investigate the w hen a company of the Sixth regiment Kucheng riots in China last spring and arrived and dispersed the natives after to secure the punishment of the permore bloodshed. Thirty natives and petrators of the outrage on American eight soldiers are reported killed. missionaries. Another engagement, heretofore The report is a very voluminous docutook place September 21 at ment, fully illustrated by photographs Reisuiko between 50 soldiers and 80 showing tQie ruins of the destroyed natives, who retreated after an hour's property, the transportof the convicted engagement, leaving nine bodioson the criminals to the place of execution in .Teld. bamboo cages, the actual beheading Advices state that Formosa is being with startling exactness and the dislaid waste and that the prisoners are play of the heads of the executed Chihorribly treated by the Japanese. They nese from trees near the place of their were given no water and fed on cold crime as a warning to the inhabitants sour rice and raw turnips. In many against further assaults upon forparts of the island tillages are deserted, eigners. and everywhere there is evidence of deWhile the report is of value as a faithstruction by fire and sword. The ex- ful reflex of the conditions leading up tensive camphor industry is prostrated. to the missionary outbreaks it has been Chinese natives are killed by the Japan- anticipated by the department, and Secese on Eight. retary Olncj , by instructions to United States representatives in China, has laid Captures from tho Dervishes. Some surprising things were found down the doctrine practiced successfulin the booty captured from the dervish- ly in the case of the punishment of tho es by the British at Dongofa. Among Kucheng rioters that hereafter they them were a few coats of mail and hel- are to insist upon holding the local Chimets which evidently date from the nese officials to account and personal days of the crusaders. A sword which responsibility for outrages upon Amerwas found had an inscription in old icans. French. Another sword bore the motto "noni oit qui raal y pense." There QUEEN'S ACCESSION JUBILEE. d were also a number of Celebration Will Begin in February, tho Climax Itojnc Beached in Jane sporting guns, and one rifle of immense ball and reThe queen's accession jubilee, though caliber, firing a its climax is fixed for June next, will be quiring two men to hold it. introduced by a series of social fetes nipt Manufactory. beginning in February. Its influence oldest industry in Britain is still upon the London season is already disThe Brandon, on carried on at the village of ' tinctly lelt. It is understood that there the borders of Norfolk, near Suffolk, will be no less than five drawing rooms is in a flourishing condition. It is 6nd that the queen will be present .at and a manufactory of gun and tinder box three. The court concerts, levees and flints. It appears Uiat there is no reg-- ! other functions beginning in May will but the work is done continue until the middle of July. The ular in little sheds, often at the back of the programme of national demonstrations townsfolk's cottages. is not yet fixed, but tie feeling and expectation in court and official circles is World's Largest Oran. The largest organ in the world is at that the accession jubilee will be a recthe town hall of Sydney. N. S. W. It ord of rejoicing exceeding the jubilee occupied three years in the building, fetes of 18S7. and cost $75,000. Cost of Frosecntlnjj Criminals. The average cort of a. criminal proseImitation Tortolso ShclL A very beautiful imitation of tortoise cution in Great Britain is at present $105. s.hell is made cf cows' horns. well-dresse- d, REMARKABLE CASE. 3Ian In a Mankato (.Minn.) Hospital Who Has Lost Ills Identity. In a letter to members of the clergy in the east. Rev. George II. Davis, rector of St. John's Presbyterian Episcopal church in Mankato, Minn., tells of the strange ease of a man w ho has so completely lost all sense of Ins own identity as to make it wholly impossible for him to gie his name, birthplace or s, through the entire province of navant;, and is now at Colon, a central point in Matanzas province. It is also alleged that his mission there is to concentrate and assume command of the forces of Ricardo, Trujillo. Rojas and other minor rebel leaders who have been operating in that vicinity with'between 4,000 and 5,000 well armed men. Notwithstanding the persistency of this report, other Cubans in New York equally well informed express a, doubt that Maceo has lpf t the province of Pinar del Rio, which movements, they say .would imply defeat by the superior forces sent against him by Capt. Gen. "Weyler. The explanation, however, is offered that no abandonment of territory ha' been made as Gen. Ruiz Rivera, a veteran of the last war, has been left in command of the insurgent forces in Pinar del Rio. while Macro has gone eastward, in obedience to orders from his superiors, to operate with Maximo Gomez lv the lattcv's new campaign of invasion. Gomez has not been heard of since his attick upon the town of Cascorro. and the subsequent engagement nt o plantation, where he defeated Gen. Jiminez Castellnno. The ominous silence of Gomez is said to presage the planning of a series of importpnt attacks on the principal cities within Havana and Matanzas provinces, his recent npparent inactivity having been caused only by a desire to await the arrival of all the newreinforcementsfrom Spain and their distribution throughout the island. Now that they are garrisoned his projected campaign of invasion will be inaugurated at once. It is confidently reported. Des-may- the bombardment of the town and with the government experts to encourage n small following has since marched the producers. That is a prospective shortage in the European crop. In Germany, where many millions of bushels are produced, notmore than half a crop g is expected. In other countries abroad conditions have been bad and the crop is short. This gives hope of an increased demaud for export, nercin lie the profits of potato raisers. potato-raisin- GOTTHERE MINUS HER CLOTHES Actress Catches a Train, But Is Clad Oriy in a Mackintosh. Anna Ward, of the Digby Bell com- ocean-goin- g double-barrele- one-pou- flint-facto- ry, pany, had to catch an early train at Grccnsburg, Pa., the other day and, while she "got there," she did so with her. wardrobe in her satchel, instead of where she is accustomed to wear it. Tired out after a day's, haid travel and a loi-performance, Miss Ward retired, leaving a call for 3:30 a. m., which allowed her plentj- - of time to dress and catch the 4:30 a, m. train. Owing to a forgetful clerk. Miss Ward and her roommate. Miss Bender, were awakened a couplo of minutes before 4:30 a. m.by the company's manager pounding on the door. There vfaa no time to lose, with the depot two blocks from the hotel. Knowing that to miss that train would entail a heavy fine. Miss 'Vyard hastily jammed iier wearing apparel into a grip, donned a mackintosh and, ncconipanied by Miss Bender, who was arrayed in the same way, hastened out of the hotel. Shoeles, stockingless and hatlcss the young actresses fairly flew along Greensburg's principal thoroughfare toward the depot. The early rural risers rubbed their eyes at the sight of the two girls, and thought they had awakened in fairyland. The girls, IMMIGRANT PROBLEM SETTLED. loaded down with packages, made as rerplexlngr Question Solved at a Confer- good time as they could, finally getting on the train as it was about to leave ence of Rail Lines. The immigrant traffic problem, the depot. which has been perplexing the eastern HUMAN SKELETONS IN A CAVE. and western lines for many jears, has been brought to a successful solution Grevrsomo Discovery Undo by a Young Man Near Constantino, Ky. as a result of the two days' conference A ghastly find has been made in n has just come to a close in that citj- - between repnntatives of Breckinridge county cave near Ky., by a young man named the trans-Aantic steamship companies and the trunk and western lines. Dranc, who explored it to a' depth of The conclusion reached is that the mid- 67 feet and found a room ten or twelve dle men, or agents, who have grown feet square, and in it considerable derich in tlie booking of '.immigrantri, posit which had fallen from the top. In must go, and hereafter tho railroad Ecratching around with sticks In the companies, both east and west, will deposits seven human skulls were found, cooperate with the steamship compa- well preserved, and an eighth one, partnies in the handling of the business. ly decayed, and there was taken out at The trunk lines have been dealing with least a barrelful of human bones. No the first ward agentsTor years and attempt was- made to sec whether the have been paying them a commission deposits, which were three or four feet on the business turned over to them. deep, contained other skeletons. The AVhilc not very considerable, this Ellzabethtown News says it is believed victims of branch of passenger traffic has been these human beings were whom Dock used to even up shortages in percen- John A. Murreli'B gang, of of the novel Brown, the central figure tages on westbound pasof W. R. Haynes, of Louisville, "The sengers. The western lines have manone of the aged to secure immigrant business by Outlaw of Grayson," was members. menus of the first ward ngents, who most daring and audacious neighfor a long time have controlled the busi- They had headquarters in the is probborhood of Constohtine, but it ness by means of European agents. able that many of these victims were brought from miles and miles away, as FOND OFJUMPING INTO THE BAY the gang extended from away down in through Tennessee and Seattle Pollco Pnrxlcd by the "Eccentric Mississippi Conduct of a Sailor. Kentucky to the northernpart of InThe poli-- : of Seattle, "Wash., arc diana. Many old people remember the curious to know whether E. 'W. Magun-so- terror they inspired. a sailor, aged 2 years, is in the habit of taking a bath in tie bay every MRS. CLEVELAND IN A RUNAWAY day, or whether he contemplates sui- Her Footman and Coachman Act Nobly Twice within three days lately cide. and No Accidents Follow. presiMagunson has appeared at headquarThe horses attached to ters wet as a drowned rat and asked dent's victoria, which contained Mrs. for shelter. The other morning a man Cleveland and a. friend, became frightwas walking along the water front ened the other afternoon at the large near Charles street, when he saw n iron darrick in front of the treasury man in the bay. ne managed to ef- building. fect a rescue, and. although he did not The bay horse reared back, while the in hi chestnut started forward and fell, but know it. he had Magunson clutches. Magunson told him that ho the alertness of the footman, who had jumped into the bay to keep peopld jumped from the seat and quickly from killing him, and a moment later jerkcd,the fallen animal to its feet, kept pulled away from his rescues' and the other animal from trending on its rushed madly up the street. It is fallen mate. said that he came to Seattle lately from As soon as tho chestnut had regained Guatemala, and at one encounter with ito footing the team dashed nround the John Barleycorn spent $50. Then he corner into F street at a furious rate. started out fishing with a friend, and Coachman Beckett, who held the suddenly jumping overboard swam reins, retained his presence of mind ashore. He went to headquarters and and quickly checked the runaways be was locked up. He makes the station fore any serious damage happened. his home now. The occupants of the victoria were the calmest people in the crowd. To Convert Chinese,, After letting the horses stand for a Four Yancouver (B. C.) Christian Endeavor socieiics furnish the rent, fuel few moments Mr. Beckett whipped end light, and a majority of the work- ihpm up and proceeded down F street, ers for a Chinese mission. Besides thli the same as if the accident had never happened. they conduct most of the services. g A divorce case, in which member! of the Sioux tribe are principals, has been commenced at Chamberlain, S. D., and so far as romantic features arc concerned Is quite interesting. First Born, a redoubtable warrior, and Appear ng Earth, a reservation belle, were married at the agency by United States Indian Agent A. P. Dixon, in October, 190. Both are members of the Crow Crfek tribe of Sioux. All went smoothly in the First Born household until two j ears ago, when a young Sioux hearty named Good Naturcd Fool Bear appeared on the scene. The beauty had been attending an eastern Indian school and had leturned to the reservation for her vacation when she and First Born met and formed awann attachment for each other. Naturally the jealousy of the patient wif, as aroused. Then the recreant husband and tie young charmer decided to elope. Tbiy fled to Yankton agency, but were followed by Indian police and forcibly carried back to Crow Creek agency, where they were thrown into jail. After remaining in jail for a time they were the relativesof Good Naturcd Fool Bear again sent her to the eastern school, hoping that the separation would cause the lovers to forget each other. A few months ago the Indian girl returned to her home on the reservation. First Born and she left the reservation September 10 and went to Gann Valley, the county scat of Buffalo countj, where they were married by Rev. E. I. Swartout, a Methodist minister. They returned to the reservation in the evening and the next morning were placed in jail. A complaint against First Born was filed with United States Commissioner Stuart, of Chamberlain, charging him with bigamy, and a warrant was issued and served by Deputy United State; Marshal Lewis. The prisoner engaged Morthe services of row, who maintained that the United States was without jurisdiction in the matter, as the marriage ceremony conr stituting the act of bigamy was performed outside the Crow Creek reservation and therefore only subject to tht state statutes. The United States commissioner concurred in this view and First Born was released. His lawful wife has now instituted divorce proceedings against him for bigamy and on other grounds. red-skinn- but she has.the satisfaction of knowing no burglar made off with them. She had read a good deal lately about the work of burglars and determined that she would take good care that she was not despoiled of her precious stones; Men's Suits $2.49, worth $10.00. Boys' Suits 63 cents, worth $2.0"). so she wrapped the jewelry in paper Men's Shoes 00 cents, worth 1.50. and tucked it away nicely behind the dresser in her boudoir. Thcornaroents Ladies' Shoes 75 cents, worth $1.50. consisted of two solitaire damond rings Children's Shoes 20 coats, worth 50cts. and a set ring with rubies and opals, Calico and Cotton cents a yard. the three being valued at $250. She Overcoats from $1.00 up. prized them more for the reason they Cloaks from $1.00 up. w ere presents to her, however, than for their intrinsic worth. A few days after putting the rings back of the dresser Mrs. Schick gave her home a thorough cleaning. Among other things she swept up the package containing the jewelry and put it in the grate. That evening Mrs. Schick was going to a reception and she desired to wear her gems. Sbo went back of the commode to get them, but the3" w ere Thoughts of the awful burglar for a moment flashed across her mind. Then she remembered that she might have possibly swept tbem up. The ashes in the grate were searched and McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. th"e stones were found, but, alas, the novll-l- y diamonds had turned into charcoal and the other gems were worthless. Mrs. Schick was greatly disturbed for a time, but she finally came to look upon the matter philosophically. ,' HER JEWELS IN A GRATE Cleveland Woman's Cautiousness Leads to Losa of Property. Mrs. F. W. Schick, of 134 Sibley street, Cleveland, O., has lost her diamonds, LOWt dPRICE SL.Z,E Ever known. Everything in our store store marked clown to realize money. r Don't buy until you see us. Will save you money sure. mis-fling- NEW YORK STOR Featherbone Corsets and Waists. Latest Styles Artistic Effects n FRUIT COMBINE COLLAPSES. New Orleans Company Unablo to Struggle Correct Shapes fruits from Central American ports. The combine was organized in April la"t, being composed of all the leading New Orleans fruit importing firms. The combine was very successful nt first. The large quantities of California fruit received here, and, particularly the big apple crop in the west, caused a decreased demand for banana and other tropical fruits, and a shrinkage in prices followed. The stock of fruit piled up here; the company withdrew several vessels from the trade, but nothing could boom prices. The result is a collapse after heavy losses. Against California Fruits. A New York Sun special from New Orleans says: The New Orleans Banana Importing Compaq-- , more generally known as the fruit combine, has dissolved after having lost heavily in its efforts to control the supply of Best Materials J Reasonable Prices Most Comfortable " IHACC MARK NSPih! uli'K' S3 j!3s W V TRADE MARK FEATHERBOIfE CORSET CO. Sole Mfrs ailimazoo, - Mica. VtK. aW ft WF& Look for aboTe Trace Mirk on End Laiel of Each Box. tS-wli-S IllrllW wlSVf'' Mw(w lHl CC Jra f DOCTORING A HIPPOPOTAMUS. New-Yor- k Con-stantin- e, tl -- Caliph of tho Central Park "Zoo" Is Successfully Dosed with Calomol. Caliph, the hippopotamus at the Central park "zoo," New York, has been sick and it has been necessary to dose him with medicines. This became a rather dangerous business, since the monster was very ugly.' When Caliph continued to grow worse The Bluefields Banana company, which failed, and which was interested to the extent of in the combine, was largely responsible for the collapse. It is understood that the Boston Fruit company, which controls a large share of the fruit importing business in Boston, New York and other eastern citie9 will take advantage of the failure of the combine to crtablish itself one-fift- h, 3IU5 S itr My j W flerchants cheerfully refund the money MII'll 28 Styles. after 4 weeks' trial if lifr not satisfactory. Jf. iIIf 1 lllk'sl'if nedium, Long and short Lensth5 BY 1 l SOLD AND RECOMMENDED first-cla- ss n, Keepers Schneider and Murray, armed with pitchforks, went inside his cage. They stirred him up gently with the pitchforks and he angrily arose to his' feet. They prodded him f urthcrand he lumbered angrily up the incline that leads to the little space at the top of his tank. From the top they chased him down to the bottom again, and then alternately up and down for fully an hour. He became furious and from time to time rushed at his tormentors with open jaws. When he did this Keeper Marron, who stood at one side, deftly tossed down his throat an apple loaded with calomel and various other drugs. This made him still more furious, but after awhile he ceased to open his jaws. When he was well tired they let him rest. The next morning the exercise and the doses were repeated and again on His appetite, two succeeding days. which had entirely deserted him, came back ami he is now on the road to recovery. CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN. ie WJ, DR , GOODS To Weigh More Good weight means good health. Good health means good blood. Good blood is at thebottom of it alL If a man or losing flesh, chances are ten to one that the blood is impure and lifeless. Pure blood builds up good, firm flesh. It makes muscles that you can use. There is no fictitious fat about it It gives you a balance in the bank of health that you can draw on without fear. Sarsaparilla is Nature's remedy for impure or impoverished blood. It is just the sort of remedy that grandmother used to dig up in the garden. It is simple, pure, efficient. It puts the digestion into perfect order, stimulates the appetite, assists nutrition, cleanses and purifies the whole body. The surest and purest and safest and best of all sarsaparillas is fiiMM & & RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. AND NOTIONS J BRIDGEFORD'S GOR! MEAL ECONOMIST SF.K RANGE. wcys THEM ! EXAMINE THEM I PURCHASE T1IM1I OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE BYTHE PROCESS. Corner of Orange and Orchard streets, near the old burnt mill, in Richmond, diatom grinding; done. Meal, lJran, Ship-stuetc., on hand. ff mill at I have started a steam corn meal J. W. Ryriiei. L. & N. E. K. (J. DIVISION. March 1, 1S0G. Express for Cincinnati,! akv lv. a.m. Paris, Maysville, Win-- I P. . cheater and Lexington! 6.23 mail. 7.ai T te K -- The seniors invited the freshmen to a masquerade ball in Philalethian hall and the juniors gave the sophomores a gypsy party in the gymnasium. The masqueraders represented all walks in life, from the candidates for the presidency of the United States to the man who sells popcorn. William Jennings Bryan hobnobbed with Susan B. Anthony and Ma j. McKinley waltzed with Sarah Bernhardt, Napoleon danced the in the most fascinating time with "Mother Goose" and George Washington jumped down from his dignity long enough to pay his undying devotions to "the maid that was in tho kitchen eating bread and honey." The old Scotch .superstition of going downstairs backward at the dread hour o midnight with a looking glass in their trembling hands, hoping to see the faces of their destinies peering over their shoulders, was observed by the Yassar girls. two-ste- p Yassar Sonlors Invito tho Juniors to a Quaint Masquerade DaU. Yassar college celebrated Halloween. Is Effect Johnston's Sarsaparilla ; QuartBotfles, One Dollar. WILLIAMS, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. Detroit, nich. $ J ti MS.&Sg 4f&h If, lOBJSJ SOLD IN RICHMOND. DY , Fon.Vo by I). Z. and T. J!ILJ B. SIMTH Zittle. VmlmwmU I WWl faithkut. mes or. WANTED travel for responsible established house in Kentucky. Salary $780 Cincinnati. Paris, Jlays-r-. m. ville. AVinch ester and 2.05 Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jel- 1.10 lico, l'ineville. Fast line for LiviDgton, 11.43 London, Jellico Knoiville a. m Fast line for Cincinnati, 3 19 Paris. Winchester. p M. Rowland. Lancaster and 1.25 Stanfonl. p. m Rowland, Lancaster and 7.40 Stanford, m 1.03 12.5.5 a. m. 319 p. jr. a. 11.43 m- - 10:10 p. si 7:10 Reference Enclose stamped envelope. The National, Star Insurance BIdg., cd and expenses. Position pornia-nitn- t. R. N. I. & B. R. R. ft 03 fsBBBftf Chicago. MKltwjiMSS- - BBBsl tjl Time Table No. I 24, In Ef- DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond O.lice ami resldoucc on Third Street. ... DENTAL SuSGSBT. . . . . Staple ani Fane? faerie DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Richmond, ho-r- , DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky ... - OrncE Smith budding. Main Street. Office o".ooto t IS.; 1:00104 P.M. rPractice limited to dentistry. - Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods,to all jiarts of town. Canned Goods. Salt by theBarreL Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries JCSSTComG andsee me.... .. St J MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS, Richmond, OrrtCE Bank. t MOCCX.H. J. A. YATES. E. R. Rowland, Im ; JATIH - Kentucky Tfationa: Main Street, orer- - Madison . THE CLIMAX . . . ' ?5 IN ' rj k -- ' GRAVE IN THE CITY'S HEART. Once a Reporter. The late Sir Joseph Crowe.was atone 3IlM Hester Smith Is Burled In tho Centime a reporter at Bow street pollen ter of New York City. court. There wa3 a burial the other day In the Marble cemetery on Second street, between First and Second avenues, New GOLD ABUNDANT IN ALASKA. York citv. It was In the heart of tho Tcry Klch Deposits Discovered on Bo- i city, right under the windows of blocks nanza Creek. of tall tenements. William Ogilvey, a land Burveyonvho Miss Hester Smith died nt her home is in the Yukon district in connection near Marlborough, Ulster county, with the delimitation of tho Alaska Wednesday night in her 80th year. She boundary, has. made areportto the min- was the daughter of Daniel Smith, ister of the interior, of Canada, stating whose name was a power in mercantile that a great gold find has beeri made on New York before Commodore Vander-bi- lt the Bonanza creek, which fi'itws into organized the Staten Island fenry. Deer river, about 40 miles from Fort All the gentle old spinster's associaCudahy. Mr. Ogilvey said tiat 200 tions were of the Marble claims have been taken up, and there is cemetery was a fashionable place of room for 1,000 more. If properly proseInterment, so they lifted the great slab cuted there is work for 2,000 men. One of bluestonc off tho entrance 4o the. gold nugget worth $12 waspicked up on Smith vault and laid her where Smiths the surface, and inan nour's tJmothrvfe have been buried for nearly a century. men toolcout$75. Thedepartinentwill Thp Saltan's Ladles. send an officer to see about tile claims The ladies out prop'erly so as to avoid ways ride in cf the sultan's court al being laid close carriages and wear disputes. Teils when they go abroad. However. is the carriages have, three sides glass, and the'veils are of themosttraneniaseni" How Brans-widBerries,' r OrcrSOIcarloeielsTbf. blueljeriW"were white muslin, 0 arranged-smpp . J$ P- tW .the .eyes uiMeeiL. the cWbm jrf.'iW ...,ili- niltli - .. - - t'-I TT -- fect May 12, 1895. At Venice when anyone dies it is tha custonj to fix a placard on the front of 1ST CLASS. 2ND'CLASS. EAST BOUND. No. x, No. ' r-- v KEWDISCOVEKT. KETCH FAILS. milaliln Ant 3fn,.liaf fn.cnn. the dead person's house, as well as in the t. No.c. I No excCfeflYe, ecanty r painful Ex SunlEx Sun Ex Sun 2rrel, ,ov area uy crer ou,uuu Sun neighboring streets, as a sort of public tVr mciuiDiiiuoa. lieInd'e. InTlfforates tbeva orfrans.ivftrat notice, stating his name, age, place of r. st. A. M. of XnBireroilA luallailaiui. lrfla S3 per box. smCt Cox el. Sent George Thorpz, Versailles 6 40 mintr. ic 2; 355 birth, and the illness from which hfi NichoIisTille-Vallrailed In plain wrapper. Send 4c la 11 to 10 la 7 35 for particulars. Solt by loraf Street, between Main and died affirming also thathereceived tho 11 30 10 sj 7 S3 I'EFFMOJKIM. S la Water, rear of Dillingham building, 11 30 CA1. ASSOCIATION, CMccbk. 11U holy sacraments and died a good Chris-tair. u. Richmond, Ky. .Ready to do all kinds Richmond- -. and requesting the pnrycrs of tho by IUchir.ond Drue: Co- - and W. of b!ack8initiiing promptly in the best is O5 830 1230 pm aO Umoc ta jo faithful. Moberly 7 workmanlike manner. la '1 I rf G J White. Brass6eM ia&7 ISO Manufactured Ice. Panola. .,...... a ta ix 42 WEAK MEN MADE VIBOBQuS .. Itvinr lU Four cakes of manufactured ice, 310 Personal. more than 8,000 pounds each, .Tn.lt. fir. ..' medical reference book to any No.1. .No. Frkk were taken from the vats of nn Oranga person a&ictea with any special, chronic or deli- WEST BOUND Ex SunlEx Snn Ex Sen Ex Son (Tex.) company. Ono weighed 9,000 cate disease peculiar to their sexC Adcress the leading physicians and surgeons of the United r. k. r.Jt. pounds and measured 16 feet by 8 r.tul 1.3a, 8 40 States, fir. Hathaway A Co., 70 Dearborn street Irvine was 14 inche." Mck. Panola- 1 5S Chicasou 42a loDflY- 27to0At. ilmrwY. Rra.tfi.M 3 00 4 jii mapfHnniA UPniilAn n'i MobcrIy A Death at Venice. DR. PEPPER'S I1 1 n, wt ey View-Mill- rfresEW-eraddrc- wi ion S-- avci-ngin- g 4- - ft I Southern Cotton - - 31111s. Tho total number of southern cotton mills last year was 438. Of these 15 have been "crossed out" and merged into other concerns, and three were burned, reduciBg the number toT 420. To" this number? however,, 55 new mill were, .ridded during the making , . V rtfae total now 475- -r, a ir .(!r - - - -- - . . - 3le 31 -- ?..- - " ' t, yf 5 j. i ft! ' ""- - "? r 'v .: - i" 'i . a i " .rTsi3:?S ??,Pk ts , -.- Tivs ' nr .. .....- MnH8 '.Paaat Cerex . i' acu regain lost manhood. oU otuirs fall. youthful vUror. Absolutely meeyecover Curse nnleed to Cure Nervousness, Xnat Nlcfctly.Krallonjl.oWowrr clti'cr hi, Falling;ofMemory, WasUnjr JJI tel) abuse or' extents aw ruiit, ami all efftctxon Insanity and consumption. iruUKrtticm. Wrrds Don t let drnfxtet Impose .worthless imbstitnto or an ixvan lyiciUA a prnrcr proaw meistuaiH" iiuTifr.vT'.ii.'axv.it.-VTaa'ttci- r xnx tor i srrf.p CaflteerrlodInTestpocket. ftenahJ pert m per bar, cr a Tor. S, wlta-- A I'okUi Osarantee ( Curs or Kcftiiiil tt-- f H'rlttn Stalker. PawpVMirea.Sold ter drortat.A'Wr. , Ita'.tlj-Xrojiotcncypi-ti- n IS acts roirerfnlly and qnlcklr. Cares vriien Rl Vo-jn- Ffcrrttra H!.n9is?jR wo. PREB EDUCATION An'education at Harvard, Yale, or aoy other college or institntion of Ijjaminji in the. United States, or til the New England (Jonsorva-torvlMusic, can be scvnml bv Y anyjyounginaivor woman who is (' in uUnwL Write for- - particulars of Richmond Million VaHer View union.. &05 6 ao 34 6 jS 7 55 2.1' a i7 35 3 5 o S 2 3o I40 15 ir NichobttiUe 5 5T 35 Sco 530 VeraiH.s. A.M. r.M. H 1 C- rtyPJAMES DBAEL. C Trains between LomsviHe asd Versailles dsity. Trains between Cincinnati aoi NirniintT;1 dairy. Ait trains cenasct whs Sonthera TtiWini ' andfars LoewriUe, and witk the CX.O.fc'tV P. Yo-- g EsglMk-ttMM- i -- .OwGLyMI hTiW1- ' i3i iT5,??'?l :iii Kf5fL"?''..rMsi f jM4H8s . beats U tarn syssttt CfsxriMMf T"":f ttinii 'wm?!Wa e aesie LcmiaiiHt. abet srst ' MmcWa aad r IT;-- - - , --- - -- .' u v 'P ?&& -- v ', - 'ii3fi i lfm ..? f3 .&" i -- wS-V' ifebil:- - .' T aLjSSsH ' ' if ' if. " r & 5)' o " 1 V c'tr - tv if- - '!!"" if "",--r Js' l -- ft, t ;A' il r 4 " r - T f! THE CLIMAX. c rat E - j1ver The Wood Parker Lithographing Is never done, and it is especially wearing Co., of New York, Saturday assigned to and wearisome to those whose blood is properly to toae, SusBenoni Lock wood, Jr. Liabilities $30,-00- Impure and unfit tain, and renew tne wasting- of nerve, comnominal assets $C0,000. The muscle and tissue. It is more because ol pany was incorporated In 1892, with a this condition of the blood that women are run down, capital stock of 50,000. Tired, Weak, Nervous, Gustave Hannuer, proprietor of the Than because of the work Itself. Every Manhattan Clothing and Shoe Store, at physician says so, And that the only remDayton, 0., filed chattle mortgages to edy Is, in building up by taking a good the amount of 71,684.78 on his stock nerve tonic, blood purifier and vitalizer K Friday, and assigned to A. W. Gold- like Hood's Sarsaparllla. Forthetroubles smith. The liabilities will reach $100,-00- 0, Peculiar to Women at change of season, or life, or resulting from hard 2 but no statement has yet been climate nervousness, and impure blood, work, made. thousands have found relief and cure in j I ! ! : William H. Terworgy, lumber dealer, PROSPERITY PROMISED. llnch ioo i cSil5 5 5ot7 f of Boston, has filed a voluntary petition jo 3 50 7 00 11 00 17 Jo t Inches. 1 75 of insolvency, caused by the failure of 3 Inches. 2 50 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 93 25 4 Inches. 3 00 4 00 6 00 la 00 19 00 38 75 The Republican program is to add the Portsmouth (Va.) Lumber Manu5 Inches. 350 500 7 50 15 00 23 00 34 50 6 00 V"ol- -. 4 00 9 00 18 00 37 oc. 40 00 production to already over producfacturing Company, to which he had adW Ccl-600 9 00 13 00 37 00 40 co 60 00 To increase taxation by raisS 00 11 00 17 7j 34 s vanced money. iCol His liabilities are 50 00 80 00 tion. 60 00 zoo 00 ing the tariff on a people 1 Col 1.1 10 00 15 001 22 so 43 or already scheduled at $301,433. His assets are The One Tnie Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle. SReading notices 10 cents a line for first in- burdened with taxes. To put money not yet known. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. sertion, s cents a line for each additional insertion" in circulation by retirement of the Obituaries, resolution of respect and siotlar The Gold Scepter Mining Company, at arc the only pills to take half rates. No specified position. Treasury notes and coin certificates. Quig'ey, Mont, has assigned, with dr.bts tlOOU S Fll IS with Hood's SarsapuilU. If they carry out this policy and of $285,000; assets are estimated at $500,-00ANNOUNCEMENT- CANDIDATES prosperity follows, we ought to all consisting of the company's mines ELECTRIC LIGHTING WAS DISCOVbe Republicans from now on. Herald. and its vast incomplete mills, electric ERED BY A MAN WHOSE rOlt JUDGE MADISON' COUNTY COITKT. WALLAOETON. We will see what we will see. Mr. E. T. Burnam, of Frankfort, power works, railroad, etc The failure SECRET DIED WITH I hereby nnnounce myself a candi Major Burnam, visited his father, Mr. W. H. Elliott, of Taris, 111., and is alleged to be on account of inability to M NO WATERLOO. HIM. date for Judge oi the JVUuuson counSunday. Miss Jennie Baker, of this place, were get needed raoneyC ty Court, subject to the action of the Mrs. Democratic party. F. John B. Brenniser, who carrried on It appears from an examination of visitingJ.her Stone, of Cincinnati, is married last week. Judge Joseph Buffington. of the United H. Sullivan. daughter, Mrs'. Al.Mc-Cormic- k. Mrs. Belle Johnson is on the sick list business under the name of J. B. Brenthe returns in seven states that about 'States District Court, has in his posses this week. niser & Co., wholesale dealer in wool- sion a paper Which proves that an Amer twenty thousand votes properly disFOR JAILER. Mr. Bert Powell, of Irvine, was Mrs. Sam Conn, who has been very ens, at 939 Market street, Philadelphia, icanas early as 1845 had solved the prob tributed would have elected liryan. James C. Lackey is a candidate for and 85 Spring Street, New York, has lem of electric lighting, hut because he The new 'thing," as our opponents in town Friday and Saturday on sick, is improving. Jailer of Madison county, 6ubject to the called it, came near being adopted. business. Your correspondent has been very filed an assignment for the benefit of could not obtain a special act protecting action of the Democratic party. creditors to John F. McCracken. An at- him in his discovery, he took tlie details Notwithstanding the millions of corProf. J. D. Clark, after several aiek for several days. A. T. FiSil is a candidate for Jailer rupting fund, the united effort of tachment for $3,731 was issued recently to his eternal rest with him, leaving it for all months traveling through the South, of Madison county, subject to the Born, to the wife of Joe Bowin, on against Mr. Brenniser's property in fa- the succeeding generation to wrestle with the trusts, combines, syndicates, is at home. action of the Democratic party. November Sth, a bov. vor of Henry W. Steel. rings and corporations throughout the problem. The paper is also interest Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bronaugh reWe are authorized to announce P. The school taught by E. W. Baker The large general merchandise house ing in showing that previous to 1S45 an B. Bkoadd'us as candidate for Jailer the country. turned yesterday from Richmond. will close December 2d. county, subject to the Organized greed cannot hope to de- Bourbon News. of Madir-o- n of Muzesheimer & Daub, Ardmore, I, T.. attempt was made to light the streets of action of the Democratic party. Dr. James A. King, aged abont 70 Monday, executed a deeJ of assignment, Paris by electricity, ceive the people always, and unand it failed because Miss Sue Stuart, of Georgetown, is years, was married to a Miss VanAViukle, less some legislation is passed that visiting her sister, Mrs. French Tip- of Rockcastle county, last week. This naming W. A. Ledbettor as assignee. of one thing, which is not stated, hut will help the masses, watch out next FOR SUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. The liabilities will exceed $100,000. The which the inventor knew all about. ton, on Broadway. is his third wife. We wish them a assets are considerably in excess of Mrs. John "Williamson Ls a can- time. the ' The paper was discovered by Judge Miss Anne Bennett, of Richmond, happy future. Indidate for Superintendent PublicMib-jeliabilities. The assignment was brought Buffington several years ago amongsome ct spent Sunday with Miss Kate Sulli PLENTY OF MONEY. struction for Madison county, Mrs. W. 0. Anderson, who has been about by creditors attaching the indi- old family papers. At his home in to the action of the Democratic van. Woodford Sun. very low for some time is improving. vidual property of II. Munzesheiraer. there had accumulated the papparty. Under the heading in this week's A number of young people stormed A little girl going to the public school W. W. White & Co., one of the larg- ers and correspondence of several generai.sMie of the Climax, "The Golden Miss Lizzie Feeny last Friday night asked her father where she could put est and oldest cotton buying firms in tions of the Buffington family. To 1'OK SUPERINTENDENT OF PURLIC Harvest," a number of business failand enjoyed a pleasant evening. her grade card to keep it clean. He told Texas, has failed. A deed of trust was straighten them out, throwing away the SCHOOLS. ures are referred to. In nearly every Mrs. Robert McCreary has return- her to put it iu the bible, as it was read filed last Tuesday. Liabilities are near worthless, and to preserve the vluable J. W. AVaoers i a candidate for instance the reported assets are large- ed to Chicago, after several weeks the least of any book on the place. $200,000, the largest creditor being J. P. and curious, was no easy task, but it was Superintendent of Public Schools of ly in excess of liabilities. If there visit to Gov. and Mrs. McCreary. Jack Stephens, of Main street, will Morgon & Co., of New York, who have an interesting job, to which the Court Madison county, subject to the action is plenty money in this country, whv Mr. and Mrs. John D. Feenj, Jr., move to the Gafney house, one-haof the Democratic party. mile $100,000, secured with 3,000 bales of cot- had determined to devote sufficient time. do persons fail and iro out of busi of Paris, were the guests of the lat-te- rs from town. ton. Local banks were hit hard. Six Among the old papers was one that apness? peared to be a petition. On examining parents, Saturday and Sunday. Thomas Kiunatd has his new house sections of lands in the Pan Handle and 35 cents or t per yir. FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. There is a scarcity of money LITERARY NOTES. i Kentucky Crop Report. numerous shares in the local elevator ii closely the Judge was almost startled Mr. Jonah Wagers, one of Estill almost completed and will move into it should ask for the lit of spi know it. Men S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is those in need companies are conveyed for the benefit by the singularity of his find. The petia candidate for Clerk of the Madison do not fail when they can secure county's most prosperous business in a few days. new this year tion was aidressi-- d to the Governmet, CSH FOR COMPOSER. of creditors. Report on condition of crops and Circuit Court, subject to the action money to meet their demands. Open men, was here Friday on business. Marks, 23 Union Siaare, X Mrs. Grider Wallace, who has been of the Democratic party. O. K. Houck it Co.. music dealers of All the coal mines of Jackson, 0., are setting forth that a wonderful and valua- stock taken from replies from 151 corMrs. Louis Blakeman and daughter, confiued to her bed with typhoid fever the mints it is opening the doors of ble discovery had been made by a man respondents, representing 101 counties. Memphis, .Tenn-- , acting under the encommercial prosperity. "We have Delsie, have returned horned after a nearly three months, is able to walk idle; the men went out Saturday. Pres- in Armstrong County, who had neglectThe State supreme court f I dorsement and in the interest of the rendered an ident Ratchford, of the Ohio Miners' wheat. FOR SHERIFF. never had substantial prosperity short visit to her father, near Lawrence-bur- about the house. unaiiiuioas .in Union, is at Jackson holding conference, ed to make it known until it was too late Early in the season the tendency was Tennessee Centennial Exposition, whjch tabling the constitutionality 01 ti . H. H. Colyer is a candidate for with closed mints! to secure for himself the benefit of his g and there was a COTTOflBURG. Sunday, Sheriir of MadiVon county, subject towards a decreased acreage of wheat. is to be held during 1S97, at Nashville, hour law. In accordance with Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Deatherago left to the action of the Democratic OHIO'S DEMOCRATIC VOTE. but no settlement has been reached. work. He could, of course, obtain a pat- This was materially checked both by Tenn., offer a prize of $100 in cash for stitution of that State, the lei:'-- 1 it Saturday for Paris, where they will Allen Tudor, who had his left leg ent right, bnt he wanted a special act, party. rate, giving favorably seeding conditions existing the best original composition for the acted a law for bidding the eim! be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. amputated, some weeks ago, thinks that The miners are resisting the him the monoply of the field in The men have been having less than Prior to the NovomVr election Winters. late in the season, and by the rapid rie piano, in the form of a march, the win- of men iu underground ..rl . he will also lose his right leg. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. we often met with Ohioans who half time for montl:B and are suffering tlie line of his invention. It was set out in the price of this cereal. Tne scarcity ning composition is to be published as miners more tlian eight hour- - ;.. Mrs. W. W. Watts, of Richmond, Squire John Kelly who stuck a nail in now. James C. Miller is a candidate seemed confident that W. .1. Rrvan The trouble is over the differen- that by his discovery great buildings, of good seed wheat has, to some extent, the Tennessee Centennial Prize March, and making the enforced .i x w for Assessor of Madison county, sub- would carry the state. Upon an in- was in the city Saturday. She usu- his foot sometime ago is improving. tials of different districts in the state, and what as more wonderful, the streets favored a decreased acreage. The acre- and during the exposition 10,000 souv- men for more than that u ally spends her winters in Florida. ject to the action of the Democratic vestigation of a city could be lighted by electricity, Elvada Tudor went to town la3t Mon- and is feared that the controversy will of Ohio's vote it will be age seeded this season, as compared with enir copies will be given away at their meaner punishable by fine. party. day to meet his little daughter, who has cause a general strike of many thousands and all that was neccessary after a plant the seen that they were warranted in Lexingtqn Argonaut. fill of 1S93, is 90 per cent. Taking piano and organ exhibit in the Comhad been built under his direction was been to Cincinnati under treatment for of miners in Ohio. The lithograph title that belief. IJryan's vote was over Mr. Silas Cobb, who has been the figures as returned by the county merce building. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. to press a button and the city orbuilding bird's-ey- e his father, Harvey Cobb, at her eyes. 51,000 more than ever given to any view of the LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET assessors, and allowing for the perceut-igeo- f page will contain a Andrew J. Joyce's Sons, carriage would be initantly We are authorized to announce man Red House, has returned to his home illuminated. He had the crop plowed up last spring on exposition grounds, aud at the top of makers, two days after McKinley's elec- discovered the only thing Green Clay a candidate for the Gin-erro-in that state before. IIANDLE-BASHIELD FOR BIr that made an Corrected Vkbkl J Rushnell received over in Omaha, Nebraska." office of City Attorney, of Richmond, gives the total each page of music Twill be an original of winter-killinassigned to Fred G. Smith. Tlie attempt to tion CYCLE RIDERS. light the streets ofParisa fail- lecount Dr. and Mrs. L. J. Frazee "has reKy., subject to the action of the 90,000 more votes last year than Mr. design of one of the buildings. Manu- Butter of acreage seeded this year 94S.024 acres. members of the firm are George W. . Democratic party. ure. Xeal. Rryan received over 140,000 ceived an invitation inviting them The condition of tlie growing plant, scripts will be received up to January 1, i Joyce and Robt E. Joyce. The assets are There seems to be no doubt in Cycling in cold weather is rather hard the minds especially We are authorized to announce J, more votes than Xeal. Is it strange to dine with Gov. and Mrs. Bradley, the early sown, is excellent. and award of judge' announced on Jan- - Chickens (live) on the hands, but Dennis A. Gorman a rated at $37,227, including stock at 412 of anybody who has seen the paper but Jackson as a candidate for that the Buckeye boys thought they at Frankfort, Thanksgiving. The growing weather during October usrylo, lfc'Ji. for lull information ao Chickens (spring) Fourteenth street. $4,100; Fixtures, City Attorney, of Richmond. Ky., Philadelphian, has invented a device that the man had really made the discovMr. and Mrs. John L. Alverson. resulted in perfect germination, and the dress Publishing Department. O. K. l)nvk (lire) stock at 102S Connecticut avenue, ery. The subject to the action of the Demo- would win? that is calculated to aid wheelmen who petition was signed by a large I The Republicans there, as well as who has been visiting Mr. Alverson's cratic party. C'heee stand is almost perfect, the only excep Houck it Co., Memphis, Tenn. t continue to ride after the frost is iu the $9,740; bills receivable, $7,834, nnd real number of prominent business men in other places, . saw that wj were after mother for the past month, returned tion being where inferior seed was sown. A series of articles of unique interest . . if? air. This invention has given to cyclist estate, $10,000. The principle creditors Western Pennsylvania. The petition Congress moots on the 4th of De- mem aim mey got tlie necessary to Washington, D. C. Friday. Some cases of this kind are reported has been undertaken by The Ladies' beeswax grip shield. The device are Hooker, Henry fc Co.. of Massachua handle-ba- r had no effect, and the lighting of streets A'here cember next. amount to win whether the votes resowing was necessary. Another Home Journal. It is to be called "Great Ginseng $2 50c to?: Miss Mary Spencer Smith has or- can be made of leather, metal, wood or setts. The liabilities are $32,934.75. by electricty way delayed 30 years. were cast in their favor or not. dered her favorable feature is the thorough prepa Personal F vents." and will sketch the! WogI f0-- ) 11 to Robt. E. Joyce, in an interview in the Climax changed from celluloid. To the inner side of the shield Picking out Federal officers is None of the Republican strongholds ration of the soil for the crop. Weather most wonderful scenes of popular en- j Burry and Cott 7 to this office to Danville, at which place is secured a clamp consisting of two Washington Times before the election, now the leading industry at Canton. throughout the country were able to conditions favored this to a remarkable thusiasm and thrilling historic interest Green hides she will Temain for some time. said: jaws, which embrace the handle. The tell what vote degree, and, combined with the stimu- which have occurred in America during Dry hides "it"1"In the event of Bryan's election my Tin; Republican press is very anx- nearly a week had been cast for Judge J. M. Benton visited rela- clamp is tightened by means of a thumbafter the election. lation of advancing prices, the result is the past fifty years. Each one will be Feathers (new) j, business would go to the dogs; that's ious to have the Democratic party tives in Richmond Saturday. . . . screw and the shield may be adjusted to Payne, R E (col) the best cultivated crop for vears. about tlie sum and substance of it. I do Bowman, Mary graphically detailed by an evowitness, reorganized by friends of Grover Win. Van Meeter was in Richmond any desired size. SUITABLE. Boston, Emma Richardson, Mary UEl). W. KlhEY not expect I would be able to remain in Bowes, Billy while leading artists have been emOTHER CHOI'S. Cleveland. Saturday on business. Winchester Swain, S business at all." Silver Knight. Fox, Mead Warren, Rube Democrat. Reports still show a decrease iu form ployed to portray the events in pictures "We realize that TO THE POINT. Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommei. Fox, Siudy The Republican politicians have consulted in regard we shall not be Tho friends of Mr. Walker McKin-ne- y, Walker, Rhvhon er estimates of yeild of corn. Much com- made from old illustrative material. The to fitness of any BITS OF LAW. Hunter, Nannie White, Halfic dropped their flag and all high soundWright's Celerv Capsule plaint, too. is made of quality, dr rot- serits has just been started in the curBetter in Kenney, Stephen Wise, Green . Shelbyville, Ky., May 2, ing phrases about preserving the of our follow citizens for po- Busy the gentlemanly clerk at The try to be abe a lamp sky.the house than ting and chaffy being the principle de- rent number of the magazine, Hon. A. Wright Medical Marshall, Jannie Bee Cash Store, will be glad to Willingham, Dr star in the sitions soon to be filled by the inCan I, as landlord, secure an unCo., Col., O.: credit of the Nation. of New York Martin, C E Worker, Marcas fects given. A complete report on yield Oakey Hall, learn that he has so far recovered coming administration. Do what you can do well, and you will limited distress warren t for past due Miller. Mollie Gents I have purchased a v had until next City, sketching the scene "When Jenny Wright's rent? snd quality can not be E. W. W. However, we feel that we have the irom an attack of rheumatism as to soon be able to do much better. Celery Capsules from The Lima (Ohio) friends of free B. WILLIS, Postmaster. J lie back to his post of duty. month, when it is anticipated from the Lind Sang in Castle Garden," which still Middelton, druggist, You mean to ask if you can secure silver have organized a bimetallic right to look over the field of possi-biltiand used thet Time is wasted in trying to make a a distress infinite. A "distress in- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- - progress now made that husking will be stands as the greatest single concert in Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and O simply say for our own and Miss Pattie Cornelison has returned trotter out of a horse with a broken leg. club, the purpose of which is to keep the annals pi American music. Mrs. completed. finite" for rent is without limitation the money question before the peo- gratification whom we think of our from Chattanooga, Tenn., where she Many people want to move mountain Henry Ward Beecher in the following pation and found that they gave ni' KET. as to the quality or character of distinguished countymen would, if was the guest of her brother, Dr. A. HOGS- ple. mediate relief every time. 1 think t simply to attract attention to themselves. goods or property to issue wilt tell ot a remarkable scene in selected, make creditable public ser- Cornelison, for several months. Miss be taken and The condition of feeding hogs average which her husband was the central fig- excellent remedy. The man who earns his bread finds a which distress may be repeated until PUBLISHED BY GLOVER A DOrtBETT, LOUIS 84, which is a falling of from Cornelison will remain in Richmond The New York Journal suggests vants. last month. ure: "When Mr. Beecher Sold Slaves Yours very trulv, sweetness in it that the loafer never the property is exhausted or satisMajor C. F. Bumam would fill on a short visit, at the expiration of that, as a compensation for his serVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. The decrease is due to the increase pre- in Plymouth Pulpit." Then Stephen 9 Geo. W. IM, faction secured. This unlimited vices during tho late campaign, with dignity and ability the position which, she will return to Chattanoo- - knows. valence of cholera. The fear of this di- Fiske will portray the furore and ex The man who loafs when he should form of procedure does not prevail in Burke Cochran be made Attorney of State in the cabinet. Sales on our market for the week just sease has caused many farmers to rush be at work will hive to work when be this State. Col. J. W. Caperton would make a General. closed amount to 1,749 hhds. with re- hogs on the market before they were citement "When the Prince of Wales Gov. Jas. ii McCreary has rewas in America." Parke Godwin will FREE EDUCATION. splendid secretary of the trejD-i-- y. Has a boarding-hous- e keeper any ceipts for the same 'period 529 hhds. nature'!. Many correspondents exturned from his plantation in Ala- might rest. -- fle Ln Utah,Augus Cannon, a Repubfa"fill tb lien on the baggage of her guest the Sales on our market since January 1st, press a belief that this will have a de- follow this in succeeding number with Hon. John Bennett Tlie woman who marries a man to reAn education at Harvard, an account of the unparalleled excitelican candidate for State Senate, was perfection fl.V'ltc,,ll,..tiey for the bama. He seems to know nothing form him lias no time to take proper same as a regular hotel? R. other college or instituti amount to 140,928 hhds. Sales of the crop cided effect on the number of hogs to be about the recent mention of his name defeated by his wife, Mrs. Mattie State of 104;,,,,,- -. of learning in the United Matt-o- r Prior to the act of 1890, you did not, of 1895 on our market to this date marketed during the packing season. ment in New York "When Louis Koscare of her complexion. in connection with the Senatorial i in the New England Con-- -r suth Rode Up Broadway." Hon. John Cannon, Democratic candidate for even under that act, unless you amount to 141,418 hhds. Any of tlie above gentlemen would race nor his candidacy for Tiie number of hogs, other than those Iook at it this way : The world and and Governor tory of Music, can be secured -Rusfell Young will sketch "When same office. opresent us abroad as well as any in the event Gov. Bradiey should be everything in it is yours to help you are a publicly recognized boarding-hous- e Owing to the great interest in the being fattened, as compared with 1S95, any young man or woman wlm keeper you would not como Presidential election the warehouse con- in 89 per cent. In view of the fatality ol Grant Went Around the World." Mr. citizen of the country. iu earnest. Write for elected to the Senate. He says he make a true man of yourself. GoytOates says, in his message Young being of General Grant' party. JAMBS D. 15 U.I . within its protection. If so recog- cluded it was best not to have anv auc-tio- n disease with young hogs the outlook for In looking after district affairs, hcis no inclination to politics. great scene in the Senate Chamber to the Alabama Legislature, that the Mr. Geo. Prewitt would 30 Bromfield i?t.. Boston. Mas nized, you have a statutory lien on sales during that week, so there was a supjdy for spring feeding is not bright. The make a BITTER TASTE Capt. Henry Wygant has received present secret ballot system is not model collector of internal revenues. "When Henry Clay Said Farewell to all baggage and personal property no tobacco sold at outcry until this SHEEP. adapted to conditions in that State, Or Mr. Robert Rodes Burnam could orders, relieving him from his duties the Senate" will follow. Lincoln will owned by, and brought to your house week, All reports point to a decrease in the figure twice in the series: first, in a de and recommends a return to the old fill the same place with entire satis- at Central University, and will leave It Aids in the Detection of Unwholesome Food. of entertainment by the delinquent JN. Theburley market opened on Tuesday for Utah next Tuesday, where he system. for the contract price, or, in the ab- a little irregular and some easier, but number of breeding ewes in the hands scnption of When Lincoln was first faction. Daniel Webster in the famous White will join his regiment. Capt. Wyof farmers. The low price of lambs for a Inaugurated," and, next, 'When Lin sence of such J. Speed Thos. K. O. DIVISION. continued to Oscar II, King of Sweden and orHon.A. Powell Smith, either Adams gant and his excellent family have trial in Salem, Mass., years ago declared sonable price.agreed price, for a rea- strong with pricesimprove and closed series ot years, coupled with the ex- coln was Buried." The stirring storv of W. This lien may bo could handle proven a valuable fully as high as any that "murder will out." This maxim Norway, has been chosen by treaty addition to our Ix Effect March 1, IV) enforced before Police Judge, Quar- time tills fall. A few hogsheads of new treme low price of wool, has caused a the discovery of gold by John W. between the United States and Great the mail at this point in an accepta- city and, while wo regret their de- has been found applicable to many other terly Judge or Justice of Peace. btlrley were sold and the market for gradual curtailment of flocks The num- Mackay will he revived in "When ble way. i.v. Express for Cincinnati. Britain as the fifth, or final, arbitraHousewives parture, our best wishes go witli things besides murder. None of tho goods mentioned are such was decidedly better; with a good ber of sheep of all kinds September 15, Mackay Struck the Great Bonanza." A. M. Paris, Mavsville. Win Mr. know it to be true when there is alum tor of the Venezuelan boundary some E. G. Parrish could begin with them. chester and Lexington exempt under the law. minor consulate. handling season we would expect a de- 1396, as shown by reports of county as- The series will extend through all the question. 6.25 mail. sessors, is S13,6,'yf as against 903,015 for numbers of The Indies' Home Journal Mrs. John Cunningham, of "Rose-dale,- " in baking powder. A bitterness in the It would appear that Madison councided increase in receipts and 6ales. "Voter": Your letter of enquiry bread at once betrays the alum's presCincinnati. Tark, Mayf- returned The following quotations fairly repre- same date of 1895. Sheep are very gen- during 1897. Spain undoubtly sees it will be ty can fill any position from the a delightful a few days ago from ence. It can't conceal its true nature. is somewhat vague. I gather, howP. M. ville. Winch ester and erally reported in good condition and visit to relatives in to deputy marshal. 2.05 Lexington mail. ever, that you want to know what sent our market for burley tobacco, 1S65 nr Eyer alive to the artistic tastes of the imposbsble for her to conquer Cuba, cabinet healthy. A. S. Coyle, of The alum bitterness "will out," and be- are tho fundamental or primary crop: Notwithstanding they fight us, we Richmond, Livingston, Iondou, Jel- time. Tho art amateur gives this month and would prefer defeat in foreign cause it will, physicians, who understand 1.10 lico, Pineville. 12' OTHER LIVE STOCK. war to a surrender to insurgents, and are for our boys in this distribution Richmond, was in the city last week, the harmful effect of alum on the system, rights of an American citizen. They regular and well sustained. a lavish selection of examples of the the guest, of E. Renaker. . . . Mr. Fust line for Livingston, No report of disease among other clas worK oi eariyf-ngiisare the right to personal liberty, to Trash (dark or damaged)$ 1 00 to 1 50 now wants to get up a war with the of pie against the outside world. masters tlie"craze and Mrs. Fest visited relatives in are at a loss to know why "people con- protection of personal 11.43 London.Jellico Knoxvilie security, Common colory trash United States. Pastures for which still continues. The number is 2 50 to 4 CO ses of live stuck is received. WE ARE TIRED. 31 Madison county Sunday. . . . Miss tinue to buy baking powders containing freedom of action and speech are phenomenally good for the seassn of more than usually rich with its two A. 19 Fast line for Cincinnati. and to Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 3 Paris. Winchester. Fox, of Richmond, was the guest of it. All bakinc powders sold for twenty-fiv-e private property, under the An exchange says: "It may be conlaw. Common lugs not colory 250 to 3 50 the year, and it is expected that the ap- charming colored supplements-on- e a rich p jr. Rowland. Lancaster and cents a pound and less contain alum. If there is anything that makes us Miss Rosa Justice the past week. venient in the future to let Kentuc1.25 Stanforn. Common colory lugs 4 50 to 7 00 proaching winter will find all stock iu a bright and glowing study of geraniums There is surely no economy in using An Atlanta Enlcrprisa of Great Merit. p. ji Rowland, Lancaster and; ky hold her election a month or so feel like treating those who used Uo Winchester Sun. by Clara Goodyear, the other a delightMedium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 thrifty condition. these cheap powders. For a pure cream 7.40 Stanford, in advance, so that the returns could call themselves Democrats with disIt affords us pleasure to call espe- Common to medium leaf G 00 to 9 0C ful study of out-dolife by Ithoda of tartar powder, as Dr. Price's was APPLES. CATTLE CHAT. come in simultaneously with those courtesy, it is when they use in our 6 CO to 14 00 shown to be at the World's Fair, goes bo cial attention to the advertisement of Medium to good leaf The crop of wiuter apples is veryshort. IIolms Nicholls, about which, by the presence the term "Sound Money." from other parts of the country." 14 00 to 16 00 The reports range from 5 to 50 pet cent, bye, the editor has a curious tale to tell much farther and gives so much better "Tho Mothers' Friend," nppering in this Good to fine leaf "We have many to come around Cattle kept in good, thrifty condition Select wrappery leaf It a story of a stolen 16 00 to 2G 00 of the crop of 1895, which was an enor- in his Note Book. results, there is no tloubt of its being issue. R. I. Gen. Miles in his annual report and say they are still Democrats, can be wintered more cheaply. The Bradficld Regulator Co., of Atpicture of which more will doubtless The above quotations are not applica more economical in the long run. mously largo one. The average or the but could not support the party this to the Secretary of War reviews his lanta Ga., have at great expense issued a ble to green and frosted crops. heard later. Argentine in South America has 80,- Bnt State is 41 per cent., as compared with he formerTccommendations for an in- year because "I was for sound 000,000 sheep aud 25,000,000 head of No. 24, In Efmost attractive aud meritorious book, as usual the real value of the magazine the crop of 1895. AGRICDLTRAL NOTES. LUCAS MOORE. crease of the army. He suggests money." That statement charges us neat which they mail free, containing inforlies in the practicle papers for Awarded Commissioner of Agriculture. that it be fixed at a minimum of one to our face with having been for unfect 12, 1895. mation of the greatest value and imporart students of all classes. There are Highest Honors World's Fair, bulls sell in Buenos Avers, Life on the farm is conducive to phys- tance to all ladies expecting to become soldier to every 2,000 of population sound money. II these gohr'bug-Democra- ts designs for the new fashionable marquet-eri- e 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. There is more catarrh in this section don't want to be offen- South America, for $300 to $l,500and ical, mental and moral growth. EASTKOUND No. 1. No. T. N0.0. No 1 and a maximum of one soldier to mothers naintiue infinite Riirpstinns. do-ol the country than al! other diseases Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sub ExSj' sive, we hope they will say we were rams as high as $700 in gold. every 1,000 of population. The farmer who is out of debt can That Friend" is a rempat together, and until the last few signs and motives, including ennip' for gold as the only money. If that A r. m. M. A. M v withstand a financial panic, which would edy wonderful iu its President, a Don'ts for years was supposed to be incurable. useful china Versaille- s6 40 5S ic 2s The editor of the Lancaster Rec- be their views wo have no right to sold in Sydney, New SouthMerino ram, 6end a large per cent, of other business the expectant mothereffect, and relieves N'icholairilIe 13 12 11 l"i of incredible suf 7 35 Wales, for Fjr a great many years doctors pro- painters (indeed there is no magazine Vailey View 11 : 10 55 ord denies the report that is being think any the less of them, only to $8,000, to go to Tasmania. 75 men to the wall. fering and robs the final hour ot confine 8 13 11 30 AS I nounced it a local disease, and prescrib- so Uheful to the china painter as the UilUoa circulated around Lancaster that he tho extent of disinterestedness r. (. Flax fiber worth $948,000 was imported ment of its dread, pain and tcrrior, is S 30 ed local remedies, and b constantly fail-i- rg Art Amateur). Metal Work and Pyro-grap- Richmond. laOpm Breed more and better stock, sell less t5 will be an applicant for the postof-fic- e in one who does not agree with us. ,, 12 50 fully attested by the experience of hapXI 20 Unc on Wood and on Leather the Moberly , to cure with local treatment, pro W" 1 pi He expresses himself as very Difference of opinion should bo noof-fens-e. grain and you retain the fertility of the into the United States during the seven py mothers all over this 12 months of 1S9G. continent. latter especially, are handled in detail Brns6eld. 11 i7 i5 ooil longer and produce betler crops. nounced it incurable well satisfied where he is, and nothing Science has Of course men who agree have Panola "-'.- : 1 11 A perusal of the book will convince proven catarrh to be a constitutional di- and valuable hints arc given, some Eng- Inrtac. If a patch of raspberries is fertilized 3 30 I lU short of being made Secretary of higher regard for each other than they The stagnant water that the cow mny each year, well cultivated nnd any- - lady, and the use of "Mothers' kept clear sease, and therefore requires constituti- lish ideas for House Decoration will be State would induce him to give up have for those who disagree with be forced to drink goes into the milk No. i. No 10 No. 3." No. 4. Fiiend," cause her to become its and WEST BOUND Ex San Ex Son Ex San Ex Sen onal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, found, both novel and useful, Ms present occupation. them. But an honorable opponent with ell or most of the nastiness of the of weeds and grass, it will do well for siastic friend, blessing the hour enthuwhen six to ten years. manufactured by J. E. Cheney it Co , the illustrated description of Mr. Harry even though wo may not r. M. r. m. first she heard of it and was induced to Nobody will ever know just what agree with him. If we should ex water. 3 40 Toledo, Ohio, is the constitutional cure Fenn, the artists home, will be read Inrine 1 So Corn fodder should be stored nnder PanoU use it. 4 33 SS Tlie man who expects every well-bre- d the presidential campaign and elec-- t cept gold as the only money metal on the market. It is taken internally with interest. Landscape Painting, Still-lif- e Bnsifield. shelter if possible. A cheap, stray-co- v 2 0O 4 40 Send your name and address to The Pointing, Sketching, Illustrating, Ad- Moberlj1 i4 on of JS9G cost, but it is reasonably and decide that all other money was animal to bo a model as to performance ered shed is good for this purpose, and 5 o in, doses from ten drors to a teaspoonful. MOST PERFECT MADE. Union.. 3 iT 55 J certain that the National committees simply a currency redeemable on do has got to learn to bow to many disap- the waste of a good deal of nutrition is Rradfield Regulator Co., JAtlanta, Ga., A Richmond 6 05 a 35 5 40 Itjacts directly on the blood and mucous vice to the ArtStndents, Art Notes and Million . . pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret and receive in return, free, this exce6 so 23a of the two leading parties spent, con- maud in gold, we confess that would pointments. Merit will always vary spared. siirfaces of the system. Thoy offer one Hint. aH are practical and good, and the Valley View 6 34 3 3 llent book, "To Expectant Mothers;" torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 6 1 servatively estimated, close to 43,- - be sound money and gold monomet- more or less in animals of the same So far as the grain is 65S ? dollars for any case it fails to numberis more than usually complete in Nicho!nvilIe hundred 8 & 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. concerned, the containing information of; value to all Versailles.. 4 7SS i nm.nrtn ctt tiiic r,,nr.,. breeding. cere. Send for circulars and testimoni- - every! department. The publisher allism. cam crop permits us more leisure in ladies. "a.m. T.VL. us to repeat the offer made by ;ligans spent about $2,000,000 and tlie i. Address, The same would be true of silver WANTEB-faithkuhkx OB It is a better way always in feedingand harvesting than does any other crop hiniiast month to Democrat $l,000,C0 travel for responsible esVersailles daily It was should we adopt it as the only .money fattening cattle, to grow the crops need- which we grow; but if we intend to save An Jowa man tried to kill himself tablished house In Kentucky. Saini-SF. Cheiey.& Co.. Toledo. O. quotes this notice, send to any one who Train fctwecn Louurillc andand NichoUM'1! Trains the most expensive campaign o ery metal. a specimen copy of daHy. between Cincinnati 22-2would bo sound, that is, ed for feed, on the farm, feed them on the fodder we must cut it when it is just wh'en he heard thet Bryan was defeated. ,$7Wnd expenses. Position perina-nan- t. JR$Soldby drnggiste, 75c. tliis;issue. together with thn vnlnnljto All trains coanett with Southern KailwaT to eenducted, and the money was main every one would know just what lie farm and save the raanurial products V .llefereiioe. .Enclose to right, and that when the Louisrille. and Tbe boiler" .of Rsdriefc Bakei's steam Iiltll?Maal oi xrraciicaij HiateiorB- - andfro4 froas fincicsati. wilh the C.S.O.S1. ly spent for tho education of voters. was going to get from every promise the farm. This peveflU loss of fertility neither greenorisbrowa, gays leaves are The second of the three torpedo-boat- s staaapMl; envelope... The P. ta and r zn .I..r being bilt by the Uaited States st Sal Nation, 5t ij coate ill in Pwry ' tjxpkxled last Chicago Tribune. ,' reeeipt "BMfc, ' BHfc ! in money, bolfovej liewevorJlorthajaBd. AmetiamM, r1 ''' ,. er 13 km: fc poraryj s Vi tuett I Iw tbe agsaa immm.. a w$cwiitRk:kwi at 30 p. is- -. !; ,r . At Sioux Falls, S. D., Senator Pottigren opened the campaign of 1900 Tuesday night, and addressed MJBLIBHKD XVJEKY WKDNSSDAY Br one of the largest audiences ever gathered in that city. was anTh8 Climax Printing Go. nounced as the beginningItof the bimetallic fight of four years hence. PllICE PER YE All, $1.50. Tho Senator spoke of rendering every aid possible for McKinley to IN ADVANCE, $1.25 demonstrate that the tariff was what ailed the country, but wanted to put WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1896. himself on record by saying that he would resist every section of a tariff JLBVSETISIlTa RATES. bill that provided for tariff on any w H O i H O 0 article controlled by a trust. This 3" 3 " o " . 3 created a sensation, and the demon 3 3: 2 ? that followed was S 5 S SPACE. ; stration The Senator receivedtremen dous. a great " : S : : : a : : receptioivat the close of his speech. that bimetallism is a sounder ... "i ::::: r. .rzTznJ U l Kri"IarOUWnLiJir m. mat-ter- ' f cial system than either gold or silver 1 monometallism. "Whenever dispar.CORRESPONDENCE, j ity exists commercially between the IUKME; metals, tho dearer metals simply mjEMI'IMliM waits, like the reserve of an army, PANOLA. until its use as money is paramount Rev. Jas. Parsons will preach Sature to any other demand. We believe that any one may say day" evening at 2 p. in., and Sunday at he is for sound money and, at the 11 o'clock. The work train is getting in some work same time, be for one of the three systems. Define yourself , and stick in the last few days en this end of the to it so long as you believe' your arc line, the first in a good while. right. A good shot was made in the coal oil well last week, and now the effect will be tested with the pump. Mrs. Aliznh Cox who has been very sick with typhoid lever is better. Jas Cox who has been on the decline some years is quite low. Miss Ida White, of Irvine, visited The summer grapes, so abundant a friends here last week. short lime agoare no more. Editor John L, Bosley, of the Paris The corn is housed, the fat pig grnnts Reporter, was hero Saturday in the sty, and turkey gobbles for Mr. Todd Scott, of Nicholasville, Thanksgiving. Let us be thankful that was here Saturday on business. the election is over, anyway. Mr. George D. McCullum, of Win N. G. Todd, Brassfield, inputting up Chester, was in Richmond Friday. a new house. Mr. Paul Justice has gone to Rich H, Shropshire is erecting a new buildmond for a short visit. Lexington ing , at this place. finan- i I IN THE GOLDBUG HAEVESTFIELD. Crop Thai Was Intended to Result From Mr. Bryan's Election. & w Oman's orlc - DnnnnnnDnnnnnnnnnnnn 0; AUCTION .H. J. STJREJSG WILL BEGIN. Hood's Sarsaparilla II UUlSyyUlllj; SiOyyllliJUy ry Lllp At 10 o'clock, a. m., to sell his entire stock of Goods, Clothing, Notions 0, rurnishing Goods, Cloaks, k At auction daily until every article is sold. Now is your chance to secure BARGAINS. Don t Fail to Attend The Auetio n Everybody indebted to us will call at once and settle their accounts. This is the last notice. Kit-tanni- lf H.J.STREdnn siibs-criber- s g. mass-meetin- 45-ce- 1 vis-ititi- ng K Tlijot ............. ....10 $1,-50- 0; ... j lrd , j List of Letters. .......... -- or 1 es -- r V-oran- i -- re-ent- er L. & B. II. ... n R. N. & B. R. Time Table cattle-Shorthor- n Ma' ld hy rnciii BAKING POWDER -- r....i. ps It v 5. self-address- ed - -- UaiwahwidTjiwaay;' fHr lSswe .$r, V . 'ir'" 9fc?f-f- r 0- Al r f ' -- j ety,V- - 't:. ir,oa MXaLHS-S- ; eL ","1:; ;i! IL. T-- -- r H cur 1, jij tfrfT-C r ' . all LJ , T ( ' " -- ! i ? I t - . - T siss- TW.-Jlf.r- i"' s , " f7 r ' " ' it j - - - t.w V - n '! t t- T "'Tt.i -&c?rmmm&mBMmicma: E. ". -- ?icni -- " - -- J. ' V ,aT ; IP- - vA V . - W S70W5 tlwouW Stray e& or Stolen. If your children are subject to croup e watch for the first symptom of the From my stable on Irvine street, hoarseness. If Chamberlain's Cough remedy is given as soon as thp on tho night of November o, a year-ol- d sorrel filly. The only marK is a child becomes hoarse it will prevent the attack. Even after the croupycough small knot on right hind leg. Will has appeared the attack can always bxs pay liberal reward for return. prevented by giving this remedy. It U David Bowman. It also invaluable for colds and whooping Lost. cough. For sale by T. S. Hagan. IS '52 A small setter pup, white, with black Louis Roberts fell dead in a church at ears, on Lancaster avenue. Reward will Nicholasville.' I be paid for return. "The worst cold lever had iu my life j Bates Shackelfoso. was caused by Chamberlain's Cough Frank Hamilton, a banker ot Austin, Remedy," writes W. II. Norton, of Sutter Creek, Cal. 'This cold left me with Tex., who was married Monday, commita caugh and I was expectorating all the ted suicide Wednesday. time. The remedy cured me. and 1 want all uiy .friends when troubled with a caugh orcold to use it, for it will do them good." Sold by W. G White, Richmond, Ky. The WARE HOUSE A COAL YARD adjoining theL. & N. Station. Nich Roy, who killed Attorney Scott, Possession given Jan 1, '97. in Metcalf county, was taken to BowApply to ling Green for safe keeping. Ilia life L. II BLANTON. 9 Chancellor. was threatened by a mob. din-eas- THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. NOVEMBER 18, 1896 CITY FEATURE5, It. & R. S. Crow nre agents for Honnker's fine cut flowers and designs. It Every size and quality of tablets and note lwoks may be found at Crow's stationary store. It to 1ms that magazines were It used a luxury, but now they are a necessity. Any magazine can be gotten at the date on account of sickness. Crow's stationary store. It Addition. Messrs. Ross & Whiteour tobacco Monday was Arbor Day. manufacturers, have" just "completed Sec ad of G. W. T. Dcnthorage. an addition to their large on Laurel street, Ware house & Coal Yanl for rent, ami hav begun to reliandle tobacco of Dr L. H. lllauton. ad for shipment to the Louisvillo The infant child of Jesse Dykes market. - ry low with pneumonia. manufac-turingestablishmei- Joseph dvinneard, a resident of this Coersion. place, diedTriday night, aged 05 years. The following special from Richmoncl, Burial in RicliinondiCemetery Saturday. appeared in the Louisville PostNovemH ' Held Over to"Circuit Court. bur 10: A number of farmcrs'of White Hall, Charles Yocum, Miio was arranged before Judge Bnrnam last last Fri- this county, who voted for Bryan Knd day, charged Avhb breaking into Da- free silver at the recent election, have, League, and vid Million's house and stealing un- organized an anti-gol- d derwear, waived examination and have signed an agreement to employ no one who voted for the gold standard. was held over to circuit court. uno n tanner nno was inSome Other Night. strumental in organizing the. boycott, Lillian Russell, who was to ap- had 6ix men working for him, two gold pear at the opera house in Lexing- bugs and four silver men, and he imton, November 21, in "An American mediately discharged the two gold bugs. Beauty," will not be there on that About twenty of tho wealthiest and date. She was compelled to cancel most substantial farmers in that locality -- wit have joined the "league." Where the True Mcasuie of Man is Exposed. Withn Gladness Comes understanding better nature of the many of the physef- nt Tlie pleasure is ours, the profit & Mitchell. Hicks, the weather profit, tells ii- - to prepare for a hard December. The bird law expired Sunday. hi can kill them until January 1st. Si-ad of lost hor.-.- of Win, Til-1- it . if Valley View. Liberal reward. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. O. "V. Hi-- I'ii Tuesday, an eight pound Farm Sold. nur. Covington On Saturday last, Mr. J. II. Boggs sold his farm, about one milo south of Richmond, containing 103 acres, to Willis Hisle, at $S per acre. Mr. Boggs wishes to buy a farm In Madison are some of the adjoining e e counties. Hill Retires. 1m' -- i were property on the Stokes farm and the ntly interrupted before the job mysterious fire which reduced to ashes thousands of dollars worth of property belonging to Thomas Muir. on the Todd's ti ladies of the Christian piKe, have induced the belief that a band will have a cake and salid of incendiaries are assiduously at work th store of K. II. Deatherage in that section, and the farmers are cont Wednesday. siderably perturbed. H'srg asked l'igg where Ham After the Postofiics. - ami Pancake said he was down So far as we caii learn the followl"i- U In taking a measure for ing are applicants for the postoflice , , lot lies. Will Ham. at this place: Miss Bettie Ballard, Tin- darkest cloud has a Sii.vkic Miss Mary Spencer Smith, Speed ,ng.' But we line our suits with Smith, W. A. Powell, K. G. Wig and them as cheap as the gins, Louis Blakeman, Dr. Phil RobWill Ham. erts and T. C. Adams. Coleman i.ij Mr. Maxey Iowery and Miss Wallace has also been spoken of as a Hill, of Tates Creek, were probable applicant; but Mr. Wallace . il in the County Clerk's ofliee says he intends to sell shoes and .'N.lay. I). 1 Armor performing does not want the ollicc. r. nioiiv. Sallee Gets S2,500. Pin' young men of Mercer county In the circuit court at Stanford, requested to meet at the Wednesday afternoon, C. T. Sallee, i'i Iihuno in Harrodsburg. Nov. of Boyle county, was given a verdict (I the purpose of forming a for $2,T00 damages in a suit against club. in. the Courier-Journa- l. This suit was Mr. James Grubbs, of Ford, and based upon alleged slanderous state- Maney Kirby, of this county, ments sent out to the newspaper by married by Judge llodney Hag- - its correspondent at Harrodsburg. It t.at the clerk's oilico, in Win- - was filed in the Boyle court and was called for trial at its Septemr Thursday. ber term, but the defendant secur& Kennedy have bought i hed a change of Venue. last Monday over 1,000 turkeys, I1.1 Beattyville Enterprise, has retired, and is succeeded by Mr. W. II. HudIlluming races will begin at i. son. Judging from his first issue, November 2t and continue Mr. Hudson will hold the paper to davs. its present high standing, which will prove to be of great value to that ll w i '.s are required to meet 111 Of the forty-fomembers enrolled, v'aslle Hall to night. Important section of the country. eighteen were present. Tho officers Rcubin Elkin Dead. are: Mrs. Maria Lynn, President; On the 12th inst , at his resilience in Mrs. rouple of pounds of Ulster is Bettie Poyntz, Cov-- n College Hill, Keubin Elkin departed this Miss 'i a ton of cough drops. Kathleen Poyntz, Recording life; aged S2 years. He was .a good citi- Secretary iV Mitchell. and Treasuier; Mrs. Myr-tic- o zen and held in high esteem by all of French Todd, Registrar; Miss I m wife of Mr. Bush "Wallace is his neighbors. Mrs. Armilda Elkin, his Katherine Blanton, Corresponding li.w with consumption at her wife, proceeded him to the grave by Secretary; Miss Mary B Tribble, ii the Big Hill pike. only fourteen dirys. His funeral Historian. This was the first, meetMi. Mt. Olivet Tribune-Dem-.- 1 and burial services were held on the ing after the organization and much oilii-t- ' was totally destroyed by 13th, in his home church bv Revs. J. It. interest was manifested. In the 1a Haues and F. Gritler. $:00; no insurance. near future it is hoped that all the ladies of the county who are eligible, ri! sale of the Richmond, Nich-- . Farmers Alartied. will become members of this most & Beattyville Irvine The citizens of Fayette are seriously worthy association. The Chapter set for December 1. alarmed over the recent tires in that will meet on the second Friday of section. The burning of barns and other Tti. ICvcord says: Some politi-each month, at the same thue and Lex-iiitn1 ur 1 who, for several years, has pushed the quill on the Mr. C. B. Hill forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that bo many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is tho only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good. Health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order toget itsJbene-ficia- l effects, to note when yon that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular.'laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one shakes the eternal hills. Ex. may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, .Daughter's of The Confederacy. one should have the best, and with the The 'Richmond Chapter of the everywhere, Syrup of United Daughter's of the Confedera- Figs stands highest and is most largely cy met Friday, November 13th, at used and gives most general satisfaction. 111., in the Reading Rooms. The place to take the true measure of man is not the market place or the "amen" corner, nor the forum or the field, but at his own There he lays aside his mask and you may learn whether he's an imp or an angel, king or cur, hero or humbug. We care not what tho world says of him; whether it crowns him with jewels or pelts him with eggs we care not a copper what his reputation may bo, if his babies dread his home coining and his wife swallows her heart every time she asks him for a few pennies, he's a fraud of the first water, even though ho prays night and morn till he is black in the face and hollows hallelujah till ho fire-sid- e. pnr-chas- e, well-inform- ical ills, which vanish before proper Kentucky Congressmen Elect. V Vice-Presiden- t; First District C. K. Wheeler, Dem. Second District J. D. Clardy, Dem. Third District John S. Rhea, Dem. Fourth District David H. Smith, Dem. . Fifth District Rep. Walter Evans, Sixth District A. S. Berry, Dem Seventh District Evan E. Settle, Dem. Tetter, and Ecseata. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly atayed by applying Chamberlain 'a Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it- - It i3 equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites P. B. Broaddus fur .lailor of Madison and chronic sore eyes. 25 eta. per box. county, subject to the action ofjthe DemDr. Cady's Condition Powders, are ocratic party. Mr. Broaddus was elected just what a horse needs Assessor for Madison county and has condition. Tonic, blood when in bad purifier and made a good officer. Should he gel the vermifuge. They are not food but nomination for jailer- lie will make a medicine and the best in use to put a PricB 25 strong race. Look out,' boys, for the horse in prime condition. cents per package. smiling countenance of your "Cousin" Pleas. P. A. Tate, former treasurer of Friendship Lodge, I. 0. O. F, of Lexington, THE SILVER LINING OF DEFEAT. has been sued for $500, which he is said to have failed to turu over to the lodge, The gloom of defeat in which the Star on going out of office of Democracy is for a time obscured is boy of J. A.JohnThe not without some measure of compensa of adverse winds and jar- son, of Lynn, 111., is subject to attacls of tion. In spite ring elements, there is still comfort in croup. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied the old adage that "everv cloud has its that the timely use of Chamberlain's silver lining.'1 Amid the general wreck Cough remedy, during a severe attack, of politic hopes that wailed upon the saved his little boy's life. He is in the electiei. f Mr. Bryan only to be con- drug business, a member of the firm of sumed in a patriotic lump, two of the Johnson Bros., of that place,"and t!iey a great manv patent medicines in st intense and ardent desires of the handle for throat and lung diseases. He had all coinage advocates of this section nave been fully realized. One of these these to choose from, and skilled physiit the wiping up of Hon. Josiah Patterson cians ready to respond to his call, but selected this remedy for use in his family by Col. E W. Carmsick, in the tenth-ditrict of Tennessee, and the other the De- at time when Ids child's life was iu feat of that tainted politician. Col. W. C. danger, because he knew it to be supe-o- r to any other, and famous the county P. Breckinridge, in the seventh district overfor its cures of croup. Mr Johnion of Kentucky. With the stigma of rebuke fastened says this the best selling cough medic ne upon these two illustrious exampleg"'of they handle, and that it gives splendid Sold by W. G. demagogism and niugwumpery, the de- satisfaction in all cases. White, Richmond, Ky. mocracy can adord to accept the result with serene composure feeling that all is Incendiaries fired the house of James not loet. Abbott, of Hamlin, W. Va., and his Hon. Josiah Patterson has not only daughter, Cora, was burned to death. made a fight against the orsainized deHow to Cure a Bilious Col'c. mocracy in his district, hut he has conI suffered four weeks with colic and ducted such a bitter campaign for rebiliocs-nes- s election as to make his name offensive to paius in my stomach, caused by and had to take medicine all the all true and loyal Democrats. In opposing Col. E. W. Carmack, he employed while until I used Chamberlain's Colic, his utmost zeal and influence to defeat Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which sint-recommended it one of the most courageous and patriotic cured me. I have to a good many people. Mrs F. Butler, In league Democrats of Tennessee. with the Republicans and hollers of the of Fairhaven, Conn. Persons who are district, he sought to retain his scat in subject to bilious colic .can ward off the 11s Congress by making something of a attack by taking this remedy as soon the first symptoms appear. Sold by W. national display of himself on the politics G. White, Richmond, Ky. hustings. Salt-Bhcn- his fitness for County Jjudge questioned". He needB no commendation, as his official acts in the past give testimony to his integrity and ability. of the Climax In this week's w be found the announcement of Mr. therefore cannot bo- - 11 Stimulate the Ktomaeb, rouse the liver, heartache. d7zlnes our stomach, ronttlpsttinn. Hoo 3 etc Price cent. Sold by all druEciit. The only Mll to take with Huod'i Sampanlla. siis FARMERS SONS' - sso "We will employ you at home on a salary of $10 per month. Write quick- PURITAN PUBLISHING 33 CO. UroomlleU Ml. Boston Mk three-year-o- ld FOR RENT! For Sals or hi. 22-2- 5 My residence and of land m grass. West Main street, I'ichmond. 13 C II. PIGG I 21-2- Am Important Difference. Fred Wieland, while hunting in the woods at Woodclift, N. J., shot and fatally wounded William Sperling. s 11 To make it apparent to thousands, who think themselves ill, that they are not afilicted with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleansing, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup or Figs. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company only, and 5 sold by all druggists. 22-2- We Send it FREE! TO j M&stsr (kiiiimsr's lotioo ! WEAK MEW, Yonng and Old. Rejoice with us TO CREDITORS John J. Jones. S:c. MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff". J. C. Vanarsdale, a Harroilsburg mer- in the Discovery. 22-2- 5 e chant, destroyed his large stock of toWhen a man has suffered for years bacco and cigars. He was convinced at with a weakness that blights his life and revival that it is wrong to sell tobacco. robs him of all that really make life a worth living, if he avail himself of a Catarrh Means Danger. complete cure, why not possess the moral Because if unchecked it may be lead courage to stop his downward course. We will send vou by mail, AKS0LUTE-Ijdirectly to consumption. Catarrh is FttKK, in plain package, the All caused by impured blood. This fact is Powerful UK. IIHFF.MA.VS VITAL KKS fully established. Therefore, it is use- TmJATlVKTAIMiKrS. with a legal guarless to try to cure catarrh by outward antee to permanpntlv cure MIST SKXl'AL WKAK application or inhalants. The true way VAUICtlCKliK, SHU'S forever to cine catarrli is to purify the blood. XKSS. KMISSIOXS and all unnatural MtlllT Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood pu- drains. Returns to former appearances rifier, cures catarrh by its power to drive emaciated organs. No C. O D. fraud nor recipe deception. out all impurities from the blood. Thousands of people testify that they If we could not cure, we would not send our medicine FUKK to try, and pay when have been perfectly and permanently satisfied. Write as this may not cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla. apjiear again. Address Y JIAX-111)0SKLF-AIM1S- K, to-da-y, Against Mary A. Jones. Defendant. persons having claims against tho estate of Marcellus Jones, are hereby notified to file the same legally verified, with the undersigned on or before the 15 dav of November, 1S95. or same will S. K. SCOT!'. be barred. 21 M C. M. C. C. d.H.NEFF&CO. sr Main C"-"- - Strt. (Opposite Glyndon.) Country Produce Bought and Highest Cash Market Price Paid. Sold. YTiio can think of some simple tbtoz to patent? ther may bring you wealtn. Writ JOHN WEDDERBtIRN 4 CO- - Patent AttorBeja. Wahlcgton. D. Ci.for their 81 Jul pnzo offer and ust ot tno hundred lnrentiona wanted. 22-2- 5 22 5 niil-Im-- oii w claim to be self-mad- e, ( I I iit-x- -- - - U M-- hand-me-dow- n. ! ! ( - slaughtered ,,u00. They Iling on foot at oJ cents per 1. nd. delivered. 'i total vote at the recent elec-i- ii rkansas, was: Bryan, 10'J 30,297; Bryan's inn- Democratic gain, 35,- r uto September election. i t.ax- - Leander Selkirk Arrested. . iii "I ' I l One of the most joyful occasions of will be on our a large gathering of friends was at Music. 'iti" now, as the bird law expired the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welcome Address Miss Lena Pal'Ia.. The "Bob Whites" that I.iong at Cottonburg Friday, from mer. ' m Response Prof. R. If. Hough. iied in unmolested liartpiiiess 7 to 11 o'cloek. It was the celebra)' u bo disturbed by the hunter tion of the twenty-fift- h Character of the Teacher and Its anniversary .) IiIn ditgs. Impression upon the Pupil Miss of their wedding. Mrs. Long is a daughter of Oliver Ruth Crow. n Iowa editor hits the nail on Music. when he says: "The law Hendren of this county. To this The Teachers Vacation and How I'.iint severe on doctors who union ton children have been born, medicine to improve the five boys and five girls, with loss of to Spend It Miss Bettie Francis. Discussion J. B. Moores, Prof. R. ;. ! tit- -. It is hard enough these one, a boy. The presents were nuH. Hough, Miss Sallie Dudley. i ' tunes for a man to satisfy the merous and handsome. Music. .1 tit- - he luus, inuch loss a greater Look Out For Him. Noon "Dissussion of Dinner." On last Saturday, .1 man who gave Music. Iiu't run to keep warm it isn't his name as Louis Kennedy, was in Our Country is Whatever Our ' Nsary when we can give you Richmond. He represented himself Schools Make It Prof. Henry L. , u overcoat value. Don't let this as a chimney sweep and having done Wallace. ' .! cc go by if you are thinking of work for Miss Lloyd and Judge J. R. Qucrry Box Conducted by Prof. "v.n-on- t Others can't Burnum, for which he had received J. B. Harris, assisted by Jesse Cobb. comfort. duplicate our goods at the low price his pay, proceeded to forge their nam-est- o Music. isk. and we, ourselves don'toften a check one of which ho got cash Duties of Parents to Teachers and 'aw the chance to offer such excep-- t ed at Pat Grady's, and the other at Teachers to Parents G. AV. Young. i:ial bargains. Covington & Miteh-- 1 John McKenna's saloon. He has Duty of Teacher to Trustees and a smooth shaven face, dark com- Parents and Their Duty to Him -- Tho Pantagraph in last Thurs-l- a plected, left hand cut off, of medium Prof. H. H. Brock. thirty-fiv- e Discussion of Both Topics Profs. s addition gave itself consider-a'll- i- height, and looks to bo about of age. liook out, or he J. B. Harris, C. F. Brock, R, H. years praise for the mighty influence wielded in the late election. From will perform tho same fraud at other Hough. Music. Ho tune one would infer that it was points. l" gging for some of the loaves and Bryan Writing a Book. Estill and Fayette Join Hands. ushp.,. Xo doubt Mr. McKinley, if Win. J. Bryan is actively engaged in An event of much importance to docs his duty by all that sailed of a work to be publishIrvine society is the marriage of Mr. ucdei his banner will, at least, send the preparation ed about January 1. This work will Harry Milward, of Lexington, to t'- in to the Court of SLJamcs. embody a thorough discussion of bi- Miss Mable Jiergman, of the former -- All the world likos finer', and no metallism and its importance as an issue place, which will occur at 0:1 can deny the enormous influence in the campaign of 1000. ,Bryan has au- noon, at the bride's father. The t' at good clothes have upon n man's thorized his publishers to state that groom iswell known to our people, A certain cangruity must of the royalties received from the having been here often in interest of b preserved, however, and a good sale of the book will bo used in advanc the Milward Piano Co., of which he coat will not hide the defects of ing the cause of bimetallism during tho has for several years been a mem''"ggy trousers. Get an extra pair next four yearsber. The bride is the only daughter ef trousers; they nre worth twice The work will also contain Bryan's of Mr. and Mrs. David Bergman; sbo t'"'r cost in keeDing your suit .al- views regarding the results of the recent is one of Irvine's social ladies and is ways fresh in appearance. Coving- campaign, his biography, written by his as attractive as she is accomplished. ton & Mitchell. wife, together with special contributions Tho weddingwill be qutet,.but hand"Can you tell what sort of weath-t- r from eminent political leaders. Anoth- some. Miss Bessie Eiddell, daughter we may espect next month?" er special feature of the work will bo an of one of Irvine's most prominent wrote an American farmer to the interesting account of Bryan's trip and lawyers, and Mr. Wm. Milward, editor of his local paper, nnd the ed- the enthusiastic receptions cousin of the groom, will ho the only itor replied as follow: "It is my be- him. attendants. Immediately after tho lief that the weather next month will "Well boys,'both horses cau'ttvin. ceremony tho happy couplo will leave 1" very like your subscription bill." i Now lets have four years of confl- - for Lexington, where Mr. Milward i he farmer vondered for and hour dence. although I am not a confl- - has fitted up an elegant home for his viatthe editor was driving at, when donco man I will promise, you tho bride. The Climax extends conne happened to think of tho word best sixteen to one ;suit you ever gratulations and wishes Jlie twor wlm "unsettled." He sent a jiostoflice saw. Come ami lefe me get your are so soon to bocqmp one,,m'any " order. ' . years , measure. YilIWamit- ''k . Ieander Selkirk, who was arrested in Nicholasville last Monday for housebreaking, was- taken from jail by Deputy United States Marshal, J. I'. Foster, and taken to Lexington where he was given a hearing before tho United States Commissioner, George IJ. Hunt, on the charge of rticl'sof corporation have been nibbing the postoflice at Brassfield. up at Toledo, ()., for a com- - two years ago, and was held to the v liich proposes to test a thous- United States Court, which convenes party. To see the professors and of oil land on Crooked in Covington on the first Monday in pupils out with the negroes jollifying k Rockcastle county, Ky. over a Republican victory was very December. galling indeed to many here, who Circuit Judge, at St. Louis, has "Ah is not gold that glitters," have ever been friends to this as li in a cae brought against the and to prove this I will sell at glit- they thought Democratic institution. N..uri Pacific, that a jiassenger's tering hurjgiins, roll top desks, olliee Teachers Association. must be carried free when desks, tables, chairs, book cases, ugor purchases u ticket. The next meeting of tho Madison cabinet letter files, and any kind of Minn Boyd, who i.N instructing a ofiiee or bank fixtures and wooden County Teacher's Association will be - in embrodery at the Madison mantels. I guarantee to please you held at Kirksville, Saturday, No' tut- -, would be pleased to have and save you 20 per cent, on Rich- vember 21. Dinner will be provided for all. Friends of education are l.ulii'N of Richmond call on her mond prices. Will Ham. . especially invited. wlay and Friday to her Silver Woddinq. - I Next to the pleasure occasioned by this involuntary retirement of Hon. Rep. Sam J. Pugh, Jonah Patterson is the agreeable satisNinth District faction which comes with the announceRop. place. Ten th. District Y. T. Fitzpatrick, ment that Col. W. P. B. Breckinridge, of Kentucky, has been defeated. There Dem. Century Club. G. Col-so- was a time when Col. Breckinridge was Eleventh Disiriot David On last Friday night the Century the idol of Kentucky Democrats. His Rep. Club met with Col. C. D. Chenault, name was a platform in itself, while the Married. ' at his elegant residence on West ring of his eloquent voice had power to Dr. W. J. Edmiston, of Crab Orch- summon a greater host to his standard Main street. This is the first meeting of the club for the season. The club ard, and Miss Katherine Cochran of than the horn of Roderick Dim. Since is composed of only fifteen gentle- this place, were married at the res- that remoto time, however, the star of men, which is the maximum of idence of Mr. and 3Irs. T. J. Palmer, Col. Breckinridge has set and the record membership, and is intended to be near relatives of the bride, on the of his public service is but a memory of composed of the best informed of Summit, last Wednesday. Rev. W. the past, to be followed by no sequel in the community. On account of the F. Smith, of the Christian Church, the future. Republican jolification or'some other performed the ceremony. The atDemoSpurned by the cause, only eight of the club were tendants were Dr. II. R. Gibson and crats of his district, Col. Breckinridge, present, and six invited guests. An Miss Maude Mason, Mr. Sam Mason in nursing his political aspirations, had elegant supper was served in ten and Miss Pattie Cornelison. Imme- no choice but to affiliate with Republi courses. After supper tho club dis- diately after the ceremony tho hap- cans and outcasts who received him into cussed many important questions of py couple left for the groom's home their ranks merely because he had been vital interest, both the republic at Crab Orchard, where they were rejected by the opposition. Eagerly acand humanity. Free silver was tendered a reception. Dr. Edmiston cepting the Republican indorsement in John Ed- his district, he deliberately made war touched up, but only one man being is a son of present to defend the great truth, it miston, and nephew of Hon. D. P. against the party whose principles was not discussed. At 11:30 p. m. Edmiston, and is a prominent young he by besmirched had the club adjourned, after enjoying a physician. His bride is as lovely his unseemingly conduct in the past, as she is accomplished, and will and whose fair name he had dishonored most pleasant evening. make him a holp-me- et that will with his owu. It was better that he Republican's Jollify. do him good all days of his life. should thus assume toward her the atti On last Friday night the RepubliThe Climax wishes them a happy of a foe than without remorse encans of Richmond and vicinity and prosperous voyage over life's tude deavor to wrest from her hand the honor showed their appreciation of their sea. of a seat in Congress. Such men as Col. recent victory by a grand display of Breckinridge are less dangerous as foes Nine Horses Burned. lire works, torch light procession, About 2:'V) o'clock Saturday morn- than as champions, and the Democratic canonaiiing, etc. ine anair was orof no fault to find derly and in good taste throughout. ing the new training barn atPatchen party Kentucky has standard of reWilkes Stock Farm, about three with him for raising the The procession was almost excluIn the overwhelming defeat of sively made up of negroes, who with miles from the city on the Winches- volt. Tuesday Democrats and Republilast their torches and horns paraded the ter pike, was destroyed by fire and cans were both made the instruments of nine head of valuable trotting stock principal streets of the city. The in sealing the fate of Col. Breckmost lamentable feature of the alfair burned to death. The stock farm is heaven It is doubtful if his political 13. D. Stokes, inridge. to a great portion of our citizens was owned by Mrs. William of New York, and is known as the ambition ever takes wing again. the part taken by Central UniversiIt is, therefore, evident that all is not ty. Prior to this year we have al- Bowerman farm. lost to the Democratic party since Hon. The fire is supposed to have caught ways looked upon this institution as Col. W. C. P. Democratic, but this year nearly the in tho loft, but its orgin is not known . Josiah Patterson and Breckinridge have been so openly reentire professorship was lost to the Nineteen horses were in the barn at the time the fire was discovered, and buked. Atlanta Constitution. Eighth District G. M. Davidson, In a quarrel near I.ebanor Wednesday, Mill Company, of Menasha, Wis., made an assignment between two farmers, John Witchcraft for benefit of its Creditors. Assets $100.-00- shot G. E. Land in the breast. liabilities half that. The Tall Paper 0, Western Medicine Company, I.C0BP0SITED. Wanted-- An Idea Kalamazoo, 24 21 3Iieh- - - n, 0,,Kut to know that when suf fering ''a safe, surefrom anyiskidney trouble fMp'girraariBTaaraf remedy Foley's Honey rEfinljliniinBuar that VniT 1 "' rrSMirHraraMrSilfS.fSJ Cure. Guaranteed or money refunded. W. G. White. A large bam on the farm of H. C. Mills, near Lancaster, Ky., was destroyed by fire, loss S700, with no insurance. No Humbug. w fgMgMrgJlpp inS M rtJ-3 s 1 re' 1 wjk Foley's Honey and Tar docs not claim to performed miracles. It does not ciaim to cure all cases of consumption or asthma. But it does claim to give comfort and relief in advance stages o: these diseases and to usually cure earlj stages. It h certainly worth trying b) those afilicted or threatened with thee dread disease W. G. White. Rev. J. D. Mentor, of Troy, Mont, waf killed by a bear while hunting in the mountains near that place. You Can't Afford to Chance It. For our Business is all rijiht. People will have to have Furniture and be furnished a burial, no matter whether gold or or Bryan- - wins. Therefore silver--McKin- ley Ha ON mm T-GET-LEF- T,X mm But be prepared for winter and if you are not, it will not be our fault, for we are anxious to do our part. A heavy cold may lead to pneumonia Foley's Honey and or consumption. Tar taken in time affords perfect security from serious results. W. G. "White. One man was instantly killed anil several injured by the explosion of a sixteen pound can of dynamint at German-towPa. How to SfrH i l- -n IES n-- ENTHUSIASM? uovj xx1 : J. JL pSi It costs nothing and helps you wonderfully. VV -x n, ia . . I . Prevent a Cold. After an exposure, or when you feel a cold coming on, take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. It never fails. W. G. "White. GET The first thing necessary is to have something to enthuse over, for nstance, our line ofJF rays Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, Separate Beds, Dressers, Chiffoniers, Dressing EveryTables, Chairs, Dinners, Rockers. thing wanted in the furniture line. S ap -- First. per cent was made at the Roger Wheel Works, Lebanon, Thursday, at which the employes, about fifty in number, became indignant and refused to work. A reduction of 10 Sometimes it seems to weary woman that she must certainly give np. The simplicst and easiest work becomes an almost insurmountable task. Nervousness, sleeplessness and pain harrass her and life seems hardly worth the living. sfSJ Dr. Pirece's Favorite Prescription was made for her. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery was made for her. The 1 former is for ills distinctly feminine, the other for her general system. Together they supply a scientific and successful course of treatment. ThC'Favorile Prescription" restores healthy, regularaction to the organs distinctly feminine. It ilia!) forces out all impurities,. strengthens the tissues, allays inflammation. The "Gol- mm den Medical Discovery" makes appetite, helps digestion, promotes assimilation, fills out the hollows in cheeks and neck with good solid flesh and brings back the gladsome glow of girlhood. stamps to ita Send 21 cents iu one-cejHJB Dispensary Medical Association, World'B Buffalo, N. Y and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 pages common sense medical ailvis er, illustrated. It nt I- T- know there arc none made, better and cheaper. AVe pi ps n IV THAT'S WHY WE ARE Second Third. JBRS&H e, Ha ten were rescued, including the great 111 1 ! Beuzetta 2:00. The nine killed were as follows: Josie B., team record, pacing, 2:09' two yearling fillies by Wilton, two yearling fillies by Constantine, two yearling fillies by Russia, and a yearling colt by Wilkes Boy. The horses were not insured, but tho barn was insured for $3,600. The total loss is about $10,000. Lexington Leader. ', Lost. last Thursday, on Irvine, Walnut or Broadway streets, a tin box containing milk tickets and a small book with my name in it. Reward will bo paid for return. 24 G. W. T. Dkathekage. On Our customers are finding it out, too. That's why they grow enthusiastic. The consumers are the most enthusiastic. PbJ sp handsome, comfortable and They can buy expensive looking, stylish fnrniture at such wonderfully low prices. Give ur a call and be convinced. well-mad- lap api era co ritOGItAM. Heating Apparatus. iiiil on Toast" Bids were opened Nov. 13 Strayed, or Stolen. From my farm near Valley View, Ky., on Tuesday night, Nov. 10, bay horse, 16 hands high, mane sherred, rather weighty. Reward of $10 will by the be given for return of same to FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKERS. J - tr I o .iH-rtis- " a-- . - " 11 1 Supervising Architec for placing a low pressure, return circulation steam heating and ventilating apparatus in the U. - public building, at Richmond, Ky., as follows: Pittsburgh Heating Supply Company, Pittsburgh, "Pa., $3,465; timo,C0 days. Chafer &Becker, Cleveland, $5,395; time, 80 days. Chas. B. Kruse Heating Co., Milwaukee, "Wis., 4,193; time, 90 working days. Fred A. Clegg & Co., Xouisvillo, Ky., $6,102; time, GO days. Edwen H. "Wchle, Louisvillo, Ky., $5,296; time, 80 working dnys. E. Bradley & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., $4,6S3; time, GO days. McGuinness, Smith fe Co., Pittsburg, Pa., $5,194; time, 80 days. Sam'l I. Pope & Co., Chicago, 111., $1,157; time, 90 days. Bayley Heating Co., Milwaukee, Wis., $4,540; time, 100 working days. Evans, Elmiral & Co., 41 Dey st. "Now Vork Citv. S6JV.0:, timn. 4 , - , ' months. , i . AVm. J. Baldwin 2770 Pearl street, New York City, '$5,848; time, 10 -.- -- 2425 Vixi. Tillett. The demand for Aycr's Hair Vigof in d regions as South such America, Spain, Australia, and India has kept pace with the home consumption, which goes to show that these people know a good thing when they try it. widely-seperate- IpUlijBpllplllin? ip papapgEShai&P allBpJiWMpJa rtnts PlOP UIU rata rcjta air2jrri!Jarr5JBrrSlBrTfllr2Mrfa ITtlSFrHJ IparaiiBpa PSfTHj arpillirpahJanlJEarrHilflB fiyJSTrHJ MffUlMl- - reyMicy marr weeks. Thomas $5,312: "& Smith, Chicago, 111.',' - - time, 60 working days. Shackelford & Gentry., Richmond, Ky., $9,482.30; time, 3 months. Candidates for County Offices. to-d- one-ha- lf -' s.-j- - -- r 3f -- .. - iiii j, ii -? ' . i.J!.. "(.. a u i'rr rir .Litr - Attention is calleu to tne announce ments in this issue of Mr. Talbot Jackson and Green Clay, two of our mo't popular young men, for the office of City Attorney. These announcements appeared for the first time in last week's Climax, but in some way tho copy in which we call attention to.samn.was lost. As our City Attorney; Seithen-Sothe above gentlemen will fill the office with credit to themselves and to the peoplo. You will not make a mistake by placing the responsibilities of thiB office in the hands of either. Our popular and efficient City Attorney, P. H. Sullivan, has announced himself a candidate for the office 61 County action of tint DemJudge, subject-to.tbocratic party.. . No other jnan iu this $780 and expenses,'' Position perniai cure."-county, is better.qualified po .nQHt. Keier.enc,e.- - .jnciosa seii-iM ur roMa. Bcarapea envelope sition; he. ia a vU informed lawyer and .N&ttoBfi, - btar UMwran.ee. ijfcrgM .m'judffiwafc ami .. "jgwrtyV" wd Cukisse; f m 1 r-- mm battleship, Texas, sank at thought that gross careIt is At Versailles, the Negro, Albert Douglessness or structural weakness caused las, who beat and robbed Ambrose Gar" the accident. rett, a deaf mute, was sentenced to five Don't dally with rheumatism. Purify years in the penitentiary. your blood and cure it at once by taking Hair "Restored to Natural Color. a course of Hood's Sasraparilla. It I have used many preparations for reNathaniel Magiennes, of Sonth storing hair to natural color, but never Mass., had a very desperate enhad satisfactory tesnlts till I used Zulu rar counter with a wild cat, and would have Vulier; it will restore any hair or beard been killed but for a timely bullet sent to its natural color in three weeks. If it through the .cat's shoulders by one of return your money, so you Magiunes' comrades. The animal weighed does not they take no risks. People who have never thirty-eigand a quarter pounds. tried it can get a sample package which In order to preserve his honor and contains enough to restore any one's cany out tne conuiuonsot a net ne eo hair to natural color, by sending 21 stamps, to pay postage, ect., to Wilrashly contracted, Roht. P. Woodward, a society man of Brooklyn, must ride a son & Co., New Concord, Ohio. The regular price is $2. 50 per package. donkey from New York .to San FrancisIf it does not restore your hair to naturco. al, color, or make any color of hair darkThere is no excuse for any man to aper in three weeks, they will return your pear in society with a grizzly beard duoe stamps. This proposition is so fair that the introduction of Buckingham's Dye, thousands are using it. It is harmless, which colore natural brown or black. Why can't big money never It but made fails.selling Zulu Yulier from liifl t by bo (2) Harrison Tiffin, of Terra Haute, Ind.,. house to house? suicide by cutting his throat committed The attempt of Miss Mary Wintage to with a razor. The deceased was worth commit suicide attracted tho attention of $40 000. The only theory that can be the police at New York, to a gang of advanced is melancholia, arising over expert swindlers who have used every the election. kind of knavery known to seenre large You may eat cheap food and not be sums from thousands of merchants. Eeriojisly hurt by it; but you cannot take Purifies tho Blood. cheap medicines without positively injury. If you Uhe any substitute for Ayer8 McNary, Ky., Kov. J, 180G. "I have Sarsapaiilla, you do so at tho peril of takenllood's Sarsap'arilla to purify my your health, perhaps of your life. Insist blood and it has had the desired effect. on having Ayer's, and no other. It My brother has taken this medicine for catarrh of the throat and it fins done him so much good that I believe it, will aithfuii men ob WANTED travel for responsible es- effect a permaraent-cure- . It uves roe tablished ho.uso in Kentucky. Salary pleteure to recommend this excellent The U. her dock. S. It 3S tip psl "SI pa Pri y CLOSING OUT S-A-XjIE lip San-disfiel- d, to Q.TJirC1 BTJSITTESS ENTIRE STOCK AT COST. alsi Consisting of Men's Boys' ht and Children's 34 Wh.U4WJ "?- ft - lft3R1l1l1Hl& JU railAMVjf Hg ps larfu A TP "a.A. T&i. "s. 'f'. two-ce- nt DHY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, EATS and CAPS, GE3JTTS' POMlSHnrflS. pa iy,n I. am pa LADIES WRAPS KLL K NDS, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Trunks, Satchels and Telescopes. CHOLERA. CURE for Hogs and Poultry. 3J a rarrj' COME EARLY AND GET THE BARGAINS. 'S We guarantee sure cure 123 HENRYSKLEIN & SON, .. m rIj & - : . rj-- - - -- -- i , " t 1 fbsi-9ialt5'J 1 .'' 'X "en--'. ' i, J i . 'C ." ' -- 1, -- ? TTiH - j a siww:fw ;.., ,:aa:1? ,LyXS SHAXSOX:. r;;-i- ;i'" j ' 'ft jj tr T - -- ' -- x - '. -r il- ---- ir- ?t t: ' Cx-J- ti 'i! -' ."il$ -5- k-N' . Kf . o. ' . KENTUCKY Tb NEWS. File Two , THE ALB1N CO. bults Against the Sinking Fond Cnronittslonnrs. if m m i? B '. - "?- S, - M. The long threatened. If not expected, suit of the Albin Co., of Louisville, against INCENDIARY FIRE the governor and other officials who At Independence, Kt. night Houses Of compose the sinking fund or prison ney creek. Last week Let la Is- (troyetl. commission, was brought several days Chaffin refused James Goodwin, a Covisotox, Ky., Nov. 1G. Independfriend of Armstrong's. Goodwin fired ence, the historic county seat of Ken- ago. and the petition has been formally at a bed and other furniture. The elbled in the Franklin circuit court. ton county, was visited by fire early 'J two of the suits, lxilh der Chafin threatened to prosecute1 here Sunday oomtnj and before the flames broughtarc the same attorneys, Messrs. Goodwin. Armstrong swore that if by could be checked eight houses had Phelps A. Thutn and Matt O'Dohcrty. Chafin executed the threat, lie would been consumed. kill thj whole family. Tuesday GoodLouisville, and lra Julian, of Frank-forThe origin of the fire is a mystery, of win was arrested here. Armstrong and Irom hints freely made by the resirode to the Chafin residence and empfor damIn the first suit they dents the belief prevails that it was the ages and the sinking fund ask tied his revolver at the door and wincommission" work of an incendiary, who possibly ers lie compelled to award them the dows. started it with the hope'of satisfying a contract for taking the output of the AGED 106 YEARS. feeling of revenge and without think- Frankfort penitentiary ing of the disastrous results attending some time ago a wa riled tochair'I) plant, Death of a Kentucky 1'lonef r Who Smoked MarA his application of the torch. to the Last. tin. They claim that the commissione Lexixgtox, Ky., Nov. 12. Mrs. The fire was first discovered issuing ers promised them the contract if MarHancock, tho oldest resident of from the premises occupied by M. C tin did not furnish a SH0,lM0 bond by Marshall as a saloon. The alarm was a given date: he diit not do so, but Mercer county, is dead at her home sounded at 4 o'clock, but at that time was awarned that contrnct. neverthenear Cove Springs. She was born in the the flames, starting apparently froui less, and that he is now enjoying the Virginia on Christmas day; 1790. She the outside, had spread almost incred- profits of :i contract to which they are had lived in Mercer county more than ibly, and despite the efforts .of the rightfully entitled. ninety years. She was an inveterate volunteer fire brigade that had been smoker and a few moments before In the .second suit they ask for a balorganized the building was entirely ance of S.1,(M0, which they claim to passing away enjoyed a smoke, the consumed with all of the contents. have deposited with the commissioners pipe she used being buried with her. The fire then spread to the black- as a iKind while acting as their tern-- " She lived with her daughter, Mrs. Galsmith shop owned by Frank Stith, im- porary agents in the sale of chairs pre- lagher, and her granddaughter, Mrs. mediately in the rear of the saloon, vious to the awarding of the regular Burns, and the latters three daughters and while efforts were made to arrest contract They claim that the S5.000 four generations under one roof. the progress of the flames in that di- was put up to secure the commissioners Itobberjr and Arena. rection the two frame houses owned by anil stati: against any bad accounts HorKixsviLLK, Ky., Nov. 12. The hoIL. F. Williams, adjoining the Marshall they might make while acting as their tel at Pee Dee. a village eight miles saloon on the north, caught fire. The agents, that they have complied with south of this city, and the building adflames spread next to the law office of their part of this former contract and joining it, occupied by Richard Nance, the late G V. Carlisle, and then to arc entitled to u balance of the deposit dealer in general merchandise, were Ilankin's butcher shop and the Odd Hume.. both robbed and then destroyed by firo Ft 1 ows building, the lower portion of Treasurer Iong says that the suit for at an early hou Wednesday morning. which was occupied as a store by Mrs. the contract awarded to Martin is not Both buildings belonged to W. C Binns. Wilson Kiggs. All these buildings .were more foolish than I he suit for this lhe total loss is estimated at $7,000, entirely destroyed. of tlio that tin: Albin Co. with no insurance. All efforts to track Another frame house, owned by F. have never settled thnir uccouuts for the thieves and incendiaries have so far G. Oxley, adjoining the Odd Fellows' tho chairs sold, etc . while they failed. hall, was also consumed. The vund temporarily acting as the state's agents rreparlnp for an Emergency. that had been blowing strongly subsid- in the sale of Mime chairs, but that the FnAXKFOirr, Ky., Nov. 12. All the ing, the bucket brigade rendered vali- state has been waiting for them to members of ant service and checked the further come aud make such settlement, and newly elected republican served with the legislature have been progress of the flames. 1 he loss, all has liecn ready and waiting to pay silver told, will aggregate SS,000, with but tin-i- any amount that might be due notices of contest by their lateconsidThis is little insurance, as the excessive rates them, or to receive any, if such, that democratic opponents. the Blackburn ered to mean not tint charged were practically of a prohibi- might Im due from them. The people have any hope of preventing tory nature. sei-to regard neither of any one of them from taking his seat, the suits seriously. LYNCHING PROBABLE. but to bo prepared for any wind that might blqw in their direction. It is ck of Sri en Necroe In Jail at The NOT ST ARTEC). now- - said the governor will call the exHenderson. Kj-.- In Danger. IIexiierson, Ky., Nov. 10. Seven The orflelal CantnM or the Kentneky tra session for December 1. Vote III lletitreri. Negroes are in danger of being tVents to Itetlre Frt.tii I'olltlcs. FKAMtrOKT, Ky . Nov 4 - Gov. Ilradlynched here. Friday night three Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12. Secretary niabked Xcgrbes entered the store of ley returned froui Cincinnati Friday Carlisle wants to retire from politics. Ianjr fc Metzner, and after compelling afternoon, but as Attorney (Seneral While he was in Kentucky last month Louis Metzner to hold up his Taylor is still absent the canvassing he said to a friend who had mentioned tabulating the the fact that there was talk of electing bauds, the leader shot him four board did not Saturday election returns. The assistant secreo'clock times. At 4 him to the senate: "I sincerely hope morning three Negroes, one of whom tary of slate says the returns from they won't do it I have been in poliwere Washington anil Campbell countiesare was Dave Powell an tics thirty years and I am tired of it. arrested in bed with pistols under their defective, because they do not contain Jly sincere desire and intention is to pillows. Four chambers of Powell's the vote for congressmen, and the have nothing more to do with politics gun were empty. The people are very (raves county returns are defective after the end of this administration. the vote for appellate judge is much excited, and as there are four I'roblntj for Fraad. other Negroes in jail yi ho pirticipated not stated. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 12. Quite a It is sure that Smith, tho democratic in the murder of Officer hite at in local political the prospects are good for a elector w ho headed the ticket, leads Fensation was created all the republican electors except Kash circles Wednesday night when it bewholesale lynching. The officers will try to get the Negroes out of town, but by alxnit i.uil'l votes, and that ICash's came known that deputy United States here summon witnesses i larshals a big crowa which is gathered around plurality over Smith is'iVi. The other to appeararebefore tothe federal grand jail and courthouse threatens to dciniicralic electors will run behind the at Covington in an investigation away from the off- the other republican clcetnis take the of disturbances and irregularities at bundled Hon. I' I'. Johnson, chair-maicers as soon as the attempt is made to of t he democratic sl.ite commit tec, the recent election in this city. remove them. Metzner will die. tch graphed to the c.uiv isMiiy Imnnl May Cot tent tno Klrctlon. IV m. IVnlUee Ilrnee UIcs Suddenly. Friday that Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12. If a fund Lexington, Ky , Nov 10. Wm. Wal- when the vote he wished In be pieseut was counted. can be raised by popular subscription lace ISruce, agcJ 70, died Sunday sudthe democrats of Kentucky will conTurkey for t fi llollr!ir. denly of bronchitis. He was Lexingtest the election of McKinley electors. Ky-- , Nov ton's wealthiest citizen, his property 14 Northctilt An appeal to the democracy of the Lancaster. being in real estate. He had already v Co , produce aud pon'try merchants Wednesdivided 100,030 among his six children, of this place, are slaughtering turkeys country asking for funds was day night issued by Secretary Richardall daughters, and had about S:!30,OJ0 for the eastern market This enterson. left. He was a brother to CoL Saunprise marks the beginning of prosperSettle's Official Majority. ders D. Uruce, editor o. the Turf. Field ity for the farmers of this aud adjoinFraxkfokt, Ky., Nov. 12. It was and Farm, the late llenj. G ISruce. ed- ing counties. This linn slaughtered from a itor o' The Live Stock Kecord, and the 25.000 turkeys last year, and they ex- learned ofWednesday night state, who friend the secretary of by 5.0:1(1 this late Dr. Morrison llruce. pect to increase their year. They will give employment U: has been permitted to see the cloction n S rljii4 Condition. In returns so far received, that in this Staxfokii, Ky., Nov. 10. .las. Fish, about 75 men and women for four or district Settle's majority over Breckw hit li is a blessing fur who was accidentally shot at Crab Or- five months, inridge lor congress is 1.S0S. chard two weeks ago by Frank Urooks, the latioring class at this season. Nev-ilAccused of Murder. when he killed Section Uoss John Kenllleky Sillier Meet. IIopkinsville, Ky., Nov. 11. John is reported in a serious condition. Lfmnotos', Ky . Nov 14 Owing to Ilcnr3' Rice, who, it is alleged, shot ElThe ball struck him in the arm, and it is thought the member will have to be the continued rise in the pricenf n beat bert Yates through the heart, killing amputated. Itrooks has been arrested, in Kentucky, the Millers' association him instantly, in a quarrel over a womaud was indicted last week for murder. met here for a general exchange of in an, near Trenton, last Thursday, was formation regarding the outlnoU and arrested and placed in jail at Elkton. ISrerrfiurldse t ill Content. to agree on a schedule of prices, for Kentucky Postmasters. Louisville, Ky , Nov. 10. A Frank- flour in proportion to the ruling price Washington, Nov. 11. The followfort dispatch says: CoL W. C. I Breck- of wheat The meeting was private. ing postmasters were appointed Tuesinridge's call on Gov. Ilradley was After adjournment there was a preparatory to a contest Leading millers from nil over day in Kentucky: L. E. Brown, ComE. Settle, the state Were mercial, Union county; L. Davidson, against Congressman-elec- t present Maplesville, Laurel county, and R, P. of the Seventh district. CoL Breckinridge wants the vote of Owen county Rawlings, Sidell, Clay county. llrlrk Work to Itmunir Operittlon. thrown out. If this is done it will elect RlCHMOVli, Ky.. Nov. II Asa result Kxplrcd In Ills I'evv. him and all of the IS electors. of the election Harris .t ISice, conNiciiolasvili.e, Ky., Nov. 11. lion. tractors and builders, have arranged Louis S. Robards, one of the wealthKott rt LNUglilln llocmed. Fr.AMvFOKT. Ky., Nov. 10. Judge to start their brick worUs at an early iest and most substantial citizens in date, which will give employment to the county, died suddenly Tuesday in I'avnter, of the court of appeals, They will manufacture a his pew in the Presbyterian church of y morning handed down an opin- V5 men ion, affirming the death sentence of million brick on the first run This Wilmore, Ky., of apoplexy. Ilobert Laughlin, who is under sen- enterprise has been shut down nearly Requsltlon for Kennedy. tence to hang for the murder of his two years FrtANKFOKT, Ky., Nov. 11 Gov. wife Emma and his niece, Mary Jones, Fire CartdlilMteit for Senntor. Bradley Tuesday morning issued a girl of 14. a Fhankfokt, Ky. Nov 14 - Repre- requisition on Gov. Bushncll, of Ohio, Moru nt; sentative Gillum. republican, of Allen for J. Dice Kennedy, alias Frank KinLexington, Ky., Nov. 10. At an county, said. "1 favor the calling of an ney, wanted at Louisville for the murearly hour Sunday morning the tobac- extra, session at an early day Uov der of Louis Haas. co barn and residence of T. 11. Muir, in Ilradley. Dr. Hunter, Judge Holt. St rrotnlncnt Lobbyist Head. this county, were destroyed by fire. John Hoylenit! Senator lleboo will bo Louisville, Ky., Nov. 11. Joe Loss on residence. 3,000; on barn, candidates for United States seiiiiioi Leahy, one of the best, known S500; on tobacco, 5,000. All covered am for a republican; I do not favor and lobbyists in the state, died by insurance. Carlisle." at his home here Tuesday night, after 1'ulnter Ilobbed. Harl llaltle Sold. a long illness, of Bright's disease, aged Tavi.oksvii.i.k, Ky., Nov. 1C. A 45 years. Lfmnotov, Ky., Nov 14. Dan painter, John Courteney, was knocked bought of John Splau the bay Mrs- - E rod Loses. off his horse and robbed of $330 at E1V horse Karl Baltic, '1:17, by Itnron LoulBvii.i.E, Ky.. Nov. 11. The jury Creek. He is in a precarious condi o il.nn in the case of Mrs. Eugenia Elrod lionAjyvard of 200 has been offered Wilkes,Russell. Alpha Russell, by Price, S'Vilio McPhee against the Adams Express Co. for 0 for the arreitof the assaulters. wilt taka him to Europe. damages, Tuesday afternoon reFatal Injurlrs. turned a verdict for the express comTen Team In the I'enlteot lnry. NEvvroKT, Ky., Nov. 10. An nn pany. ClNTiiiANA, Ky , Nov 14 Fiiday known woman was struck by aC&O Itulldlnc; at Lexington. freight train at the head of Johr nfternoon Henry Bullock, a burly NeLexington, 11. A 6treet, in Newport, Saturday morning gro loy who three weeks ago assaulted tract was closedKy.. Nov. between conTuesday the receiving fatal injuries. She was pick the little daughter of Co. and D. F. Frazee & ing up coal along the track at the Mr John ReWr. was sentenced to tCD Combs Lumber Co. for the erection of twelve frame time. years in the penitentiary houses on Clay and Shreve streets. 11. own Up. Another Toll Gate Farmers' Fatal Fight. Fkankfokt, Ky., Nov. 10. The tol Street ICallvvaj- Suvpenda. Lebanon, Ky., Nov. 11. G. E. Land gate on the Owenton pike, a mile anc Fkaxkfokt, Ky., Nov. The Capia half from the state capital, wai tal City Electric Street railway sus- was probably fatally wounded Tuesblown up with dynamite and burned a pended operations Wednesday morning day by John Northcraft Both were midnight Friday night by turnpiki on account of poor patronage and in- farmers. The shooting affray was raiders. ability to pay its running expenses. It prompted by an old grudge. 1'ost Oltice Discontinued. Dead at the Age or 88 Tears. is probable the U. S. court will order Lexington. Ky , Nov. IL Mr. WAblllNGTOX, Nov. 10 The pos sale of the road January L Scott, aged 8S years, died Tuesoffice at Statts, Adair county, Ky., hai A l'oII tic I SlaiiUc. day morning, after an illness of sevlieen discontinued. Lexixgtojc, Ky., Nov. 12. William Fox, a colored barber, was sent to tho eral months. Mr. Scott was one of insane asylum Wednesday. Fox's hal- Lexington's pioneer citizens. Woman Burned to Death. lucination was that. lie had been deleHopkinsville, Ky., Nov. 11. Mrs. gated by the Almighty to make Jerome Murphy, wife of an employe of speeches for McKinley. the coal mines at Empire, was burned Kran Hound (Ivir. "Vaxcebuko, Ky.. Nov. 12. Joseph to death by her clothes catching fire D. Ryan, who killed Jerry Shaw at from a grata Fatal Boiler Explosion. Valley last Saturday, was given a Louisville, Ky., Nov. IL The boilhearing Wednesday morning before Judge liillis. He was bound er of Baker's mill, in Perry county, exover on the charge of voluntary man- ploded, killing Roderick Baker and Jack Francis and badly injuring sevslaughter. eral others. . J'enlia thn Humor. Louisvillk. Ky., Nov. 12. Milton H. ActWlty In Trade at Kansas City. SEEDS OF HEALTH. Smith, president of the Louisville and Kansas Cinr, Ma, Nov. IL Tho Eating the wrong things, and too much. Nashville railroad, says that his com- wholesale merchants in the west botof them at the wrong time, gives the pany has not bought the South Caro- toms are experiencing the beneficial stomach and the other digestive organs lina and Georgia road. The matter results of the election. Inquiry among too much to do gives them work that they cannot b expected to do. Such was considered four years ago and them reveals the fact that the immense dropped. impetus already given to business in things prevent the free and regular acContent In Campbell County Possible. tion of the bowels, bring sick headaches, all branches has been felt by the jobNEwronT, Ky., Nov. 12. Knowing bers, who are sending out extra travbiliousness, kidney troubles, restless sleep, lassitude, nervousness, and plant democrats of this city say that steps eling men to gather their share of the the seeds of disease in all parts of the will soon be taken to contest tli3 increasing business. body. Health comes just as easy as diselection in Campbell county. It gave Allotments of Indian Lands. ease. It grows up from those little o McKinley over L200 majority, while Washington, Nov. IL The secretary seeds of health Dr. Pierce's his plurality in the state is but about of the interior has approved a schedule Pleasant Pellets. They are for nothing 400. of allotments of lands to 301 Grand in the woria but to keep the bowels regVTotfhf Three Voteg. Portage Chippewa Indiana in Minneular, the stomach free from gas and ferLawbexcebcbg, Ky., Nov. 12. Hon. sota. mentation, and the liver active. P. C Walker was sworn in Wednesday They go about their business without YThnlesalo Milliner Anlgns. inafcing any fuss. They are very gentle as city recorder, succeeding L. II. Carr, Chicaoo, Nov. IL Chas F. in their action and cause no griping, or ter, whom he defeated by three votes. wholesale milliner, 105 Waother unpleasantness. bash avenue, assigned TuesJav afterSuit for Slander. They do not take the place of Nature Denton, Ky.. Nov. 12. Charles Lnsk noon. Assets, U'3,00!); liabilities they merely help her. No one ever has been sued by Mrs. II. M. Bailey, of becomes a slave to their nse. When the Hush, for 5", 030 for slander. The case Oigesti ve action becomes regular and Flaces Where Women Are Supreme. was continued at Grayson. takiag the " Pellets." When In several villages of Finland the fOU have eaten Inn n..,1. ltepublicnn at Last. woman has authority, for n religious VfcenconstjnntiYr. c.v, :t ir nt LbxixgtoS, Jly., Nov. 12. The Lex- sect exists there whose disciples arc tflche begmstaVe the "Pellets" for a ington board of aldermen for the first forced to marry and to fake a vow to submit to IheAvife in all things. Tho Xr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets it's an time in the history of the city has a . majority. women choose'onotypmanfortheirgov- ttey name to remember. Don't let a ?gnng druggist talk yon inio " g Munzesheimer &. Daube, Ardraore. erriinprhead, whose duty it istoa see that. -- C ' x S just good." He makes more wtwauasjiTea, wjraa- ?l I. T gB4vrl SDerebandke, , assigned i ood" kiL :Kedy,VTl;-JiWlW?e 'JJf wttjHMMd t. Ada-linQST- -f lial-nnwi-rn . In-gi-n Utnt Xfw Frnm All Paxta of tka Commonwealth. Fhankfout. Ky.. Nov I Two M Killed at UarrodsbHrr. TCOK A FRIEND'S PART. Lexingtos, Ky.JjJov. IL Senator Louisville, Ky., Nov. 13. Ono man .Sea on Armatrcnc Fired at Bout of the Faulkner's private car passed through was killed, and another fatally injured Girl Who Itejreted 111 Cliorn. here Tuesday with the senator and by switch engine 045, of the C C. and Vaxcebubo, Ky., Not. IS. Resoa his family and his former private sec- St L. railroad at Fourteenth and MarArmstrong was fined 27 hero Wed- retary, Conrade Syme, with a number ket streets '1 bursday afternoon. The nesday afternoon for tiring into of invited guests from New York, name of the dead man is A r mo re D. A. Ch&fin's residence, on Kin- Washington and West Virginia on n, while the other is Mike Miss Swelt Wedding a., jL . - . . -.-.: : iit'S'siviaiAVAvAAi'awa0sms WWWW- Afi'A'aV'Si wWr, Jlc-Farla- Hoi-lera- They are going to Ilarrods-burwhere young-- Syme is to be married to Miss Vevio Forsythe Wednesday. It will be a noted high society wedding. No Contest Likely to Be Made. board. g, a stone mason. The two men, who were apparently over 00 years of age, were assisting each other across the street, when they were struck by the engine. Waiting's Case. FnANKFOitT, Ky., Nov. 13. Col. Geo. Washington, of Newport, Thursday morning filed his brief in the case of Alonzo Walling, now under submission In the court of appeals. CoL Washing- BUTTONS! AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE isB M FREE I UP STAIR IN m -- 6 v ) 8) 3) Frankfoht, Ky.r Nov. 11. No contest by the democrats before the state canvassing board is now believed likely. In the opinion of expert accountants who have been keeping the totals by precincts and counties, the chance of Bryan receiving even one elector is regarded now as remote, and wholly dependent upon details of the vote omitted entirely in the reports sent in. He ward for Knby Hodge. with each package of GHflRGE OF ) FT A - ton said that his brief was an enrge- ment on the qnestions discussed in his argument before the court, but that it raised no new points. Kobbed, Then Burned, RSA D. ( Cm lives in Livingston county, has offered a reward for information of her whereabouts. Ruby left Birdsville on tho steamer Fowler, but was seen here Monday carrying a valise. Ruby is a Paducaii, Ky., Nov. of Ruby Hodge, a 11. Hofkinsville, Ky., Nov. 13. The Tho father hotel Dee, and the building adat girl who joining Pee occupied by Dick Nance, it, pretty brunette. dealer in general merchandise, wero both robbed, then set on fire by unknown persons Wednesday night Both buildings belonged to W. C. Binn. Loss, $8,000; no insurance. Mill to Be Rebuilt. Crowded Yith Gocds at LOWEST PRICES. in great variety HAVE onr Store 6) (0 0) ) Gbeenup, Ky., Nov. 13. Wilcon Bros, composing the Greenup Milling ver democrats of this county having Co. have decided to rebuild their Hour control of the party organization have mill recently destroyed by fire. The taken steps to rule sonud money men building will probably be of brick and out of the party, and in their call for a will cost from to S7.500. It will county convention will recognise as be a mill and will be equipped democrats only free coinage men. with the latest improved machinery. el Will Rule Sound Money Men Out. FnANKFORT, Ky., Nov. 11. The sil- 1 sZ M ) . LAwnsNCEBtrno, A. B. Jones died Mary Shreve Ransom, who has recentHe was a leading prohibitionist, but ly attained some notoriety on account voted for Bryan. Prof. Jones was 50 of a 83,000 plunge on McKinley's elecyears old, and served under John Mor- tion, announces Thursday that she has gan during the war, being captured collected her bet and stands ready to with him on the famous Ohio raid. apply her winning to deser ving charity. Vancebukg, Ky., Nov. 11. W. Larue Thomas, silver candidate for congress in the Ninth district, announced Tuesday morning that he will contest Pugh's election on account of irregularities which he claims occurred all over the district W. Larue Thomas Claims. WiLLiAMSBUBO, Death of Prof. Jones. Ky., Nov. 11. Prof. Tuesday of paralysis. Louisville, Mrs. Hansom's Election Wager. m 9 We have our Ciothins: on Second Floor, w here find a large lighted room tilled with Oven'oaN. II. r Men's Suits in all si vies, arid prices lower than you to look through our stock. It will pay e-- 8) ) i (9 e, (a ""; ("()""pg Ky., Nov. 13. Mrs. " Forty cases lo select frc in Boots, 50c up; Men's Boot1!. ?! We can only say come and , ( e, a, ( ) - Killed by a Mule. Ky., Npv. 13. News I SWEET CAPORAl I 1 Wb Hare Almost ETerjlig in Xolimi( ) n was received here that the son of William Wayne, postmaster at Carpenter, this county, was thrown, from a mule and kicked to death before he could be released from the saddle stirrup to which his foot hung. A Chi d llnrned to a Crisp. THE DEMOCRATS Russellville, Ky., Nov. 13. The Have Hopes of the Election of Twrt If Not d daughter of Zach Three Electots In Kentucky. Brownings, a well to do farmer who Louisville, Ky., Nov. 10. Secretary lives three miles west of here, apRichardson, of the democratic cam- proached too near the fire and her paign committee, said Monday night clothes ignited. She was burned to a that his committee had strong hopes of crisp before aid could reach her. electing two if not three Bryan elecA Pointer for Chief Ilazen. tors. Mr. Richardson thinks it Wbight, Ivy., Nov. 13. Spurious coin probable that not only Smith, who heads the list of demo- is in circulation in Elkhorn and Marcratic electors, but also J. P. Tarvin. shall's Branch creeks, Letcher county, from the state at large and J. D. Flour-ne- y just east of here. The counterfeits are from the First district will pull dimes and quarters, and are mostly in the hands of moonshiners, who have through. Mr. Richardson also said: have not stopped figuring .yet. the dies. "I Lexington OOlclals to be Impeached. We still think that Bryan has carried Lexington, Ky.. Nov. 13. The board Kentucky." The republican managers say that but one Bryan elector, if any, of councilmen will institute impeachment proceedings Friday night against will win. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 10. The repub- Wm. Heath, superintendent of public lican managers Monday claimed Ken- works, who is charged with turning in tucky for McKinley by a plurality of "time" for fictitious employes. 443. They claim to have the official figM?y Oct Another Term. ures from all polling places in the First, Hopkinsville, Ky., Nov. 10. John Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Henry Rice, who shot and killed ElEighth and Ninth districts. bert Yates in a quarrel over a woman No bets are being paid in this city near Trenton, was arrested and placed on the result in Kentucky, and they in the Elkton jaiL He has served a may not be paid for several months. term in the penitentiary. The Bryan people claim that the elecWap;es Advanced. tion of Smith, whoso name was at the Louisville, Ky., Nov. 10. On the head of the democratic ticket will re- morning Louisafter the election sult in a split electoral delegation, and ville Chair works advanced the wages the for that reason those who bet on Mcemployes, several hundred in Kinley carrying the state have lost. of all its ten percent, to take effect at number, At any rate it will bo some time before once. the matter is settled, as the democrats Wall Paper Mills Resume. will take it through the courts, and it Lexington, Ky., Nov. 10. The Lexmay be thrown into the United States ington wall paper mills, which have senate. been closed for tho past six months, MOBS FOILED. will be opened by B. F. Burdick it Co. Wm. Black, Colored, Twice Faces Mobs this week. three-year-ol- CIGARETTES AN OPPORTUNITY Needles lc, Lead Pencils lc, Thimbles lc. Darning' lc, Clark's Thread 4c Dolls 5c up. Tea Pot JO, . Frames 10c up, 0 Spools Thread 10c, Lace ( urt Window Shades 10c up. -- ( r . i ) Si TO MAKE 1 j HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. i Hose 5c, Ladies' Vest? with sleeves 15c up We have no doubt the largest stock to In shown in this city. 9 0) A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS WITHOUT COST. S Blankets 39c. a pair up. Comforts 65c. np euro all Iciiida nf Piles. WhT ttiim (jtnililniir....9 W 1.00 boxes, to refnnri "".railed to tuir eunranteA with ufprico. Iho Japanese fileth,mnner If not rrel. dress ou receipt6f Cure Companr, fcu'Paul, Allnn. TV 111 nffinT.-vrl,f.(v-w1t- tT, WPILE by "V. 3m JI1P&HE S0e. and SI per box. 6 (or $5. Japanese Pile Ointment. 25 and 50c. per box. Japanese Liner Pallets. 60 pills,25c. mw ad- G. White, Dnippst, Richmond, Ky. THE WILLARD HOTEL ijoxjisjt:x-,X-,EHas Recently Been Pocket Knives 5c up, Hammers 5c to 2.jc. Claw Hatchet 39c, Hat and Clothes Racks 10,-- , XX Cut Sc, Scissors 5c to 4Sc, JT.m ks 1". Wheels 3c, Tea Spoons 4c a set. Table Kpot.ni ; Sprinz Balances Sc, Nickle Alarm Clocks (zuaran' Nut les ('raters lc. Lanje Craters 4c, Knives an. 40c and 50c a set. W.ish Basins Imperial Eiiaim-V- . Ware 15c and 25, Hair Curlers 3c and 5c, Waller- - 1" 15c. Crumb Trays and Brush 15c, I'ookii'ir Spn n i! long 3c, Cooking Spoon (heav) 17 inches lonz 5 i nch 1 I f e Hani Hardware, Cutlery, Etc. e e s i I -- c TRUNKS S1.50 UP. TELESCOPES 35c. ! , """"""ST- -, Converted Into a Modern Palace. Hats and Caps All Prices. Laundred Shirts 3Gc up. Respectfully submitted to the Cash Trade. Halls and Entrance are Marble and TiHnjr of the Finest Quality. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, Hew Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors ... OF S, PARLORS AND UPPER HALLS. - - - ELDER'S BARGAIN STORE Main Street, Richmond, Ky. Offices and Dinlng-Roo- m Beautifully Decoded and Brii iiantly Lighted, s. Inn-ijue- t. Sat-ur- d. itlj Within 24 hours Wm. Black, a Negro, had two narrow escapes from being hanged by a mob. The first time the rope was ready, the tree selected and the intended victim stood under it The white men who arc opposed to Judge Lynch's session talked the mob out of hanging the man. In the second instance a mob was formed to take Black from the Lebanon jail Sunday night and hang him, but Jailer Clark and Marshal George Hunter hurried the prisoner away. Early Monday morning he was brought to this city for safe keeping, and is now at the county jail. Ed Clark lives near Bradfordsville, a village in Marion county. Ho is a prominent farmer and was a clerk at the polls on election day.. Mr. Clark was so anxious to know the result that he drove to Lebanon to get the latest news. Mrs. Clark was left alone. Soon after the departure Black, who worked on the neighboring farm, passed the house. Noticinc a rear window open, he crawled in and assaulted Mrs. Ciark. 10. Louisville, Ky., Nov. of Lynchers. Arrested. Charged as an Accomplice. Greenup, Ky., Nov. 10. William Wilburn was arr;sted Monday, charged as an accomplice to his brother Andy, now in jail awaiting trial for cattle vftASSSS'vSS'lSSASASSS S O f sT fir, Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in tho South, rate of . T. . Charges Considered stealing. ' rFSS?X A catkktili Ait In the course of one month wiil devour O.OOJ timet its weight in food It take-- a man nearly three months to eat a quantity of fcod equal to hi own weight. ! CVEE RKTES $2 &: $10,000-HavB-co- e S:i ti X '"i ' 111 w gag Ww B rf&X y t"f Ki - M S- -i Sj W W w; il u -- a m y i"a t 13 :X 1:4 yj S Been Expended in This Improvement. W ti ivr ri ' Bie & V WVff rt r& THE MARKETS. CINCIKATL NOT. It fancy. t00ai2i: sprlnj family. J13.SS2&J: spring pitcnt HS0at,8j; winter patent. fancy. UCXXSLiS; family, fa&170. extra, ii 60 Si 83. iow grade, SJ.1632.iO-- . rye. northwestern. JiTOiSr. do city. H70S2.8V Wnr at Sales: No. S red. track. 90s. Cork Sales: No. 3 mixed, nominal at 23VJ,a FLOUR-Spr- lng $2.50 PER DHY Jr., i'J .i ' i ". The exact thing for your W. Scott Miller, Ikmi 11 K Madison Monumental "Works. MlNUFACTURfcU AMD DCAt.KU u s i: 16c. zlHc. Oats Sales: No. : WHEAT D KILLS, H All ROWS, mixed, nominal at 21 Q politi-ticia- ns 1 bacco Manufacturers' and Buyers' .Monday Louisville, Ky., Nov. Tobacco Men Meet. 10. The Toas- Mc-Plic- e Mam-brin- $30,-00- sociation met at the Louisville hotel afternoon. There were 24 delegates present, principally from the Louisville and Cincinnati markets. The election of officers resulted: M. G St Louis, president; P. J. Sorg, Middleton, vice president, and F. R. Toewater, of Louisville, secretary and treasurer. Wet-mor- e, &3.51: good to choice, tT&i.zs, common to fair. JiOO&iCS Lambs Extra, HXKftCM; good to choice, 13.75 iJilS, common to fair, (3.00 H3.CS. 5.71: Bocs Select shippers, RU03H3: select butchers, 113.1 31 40. (sir to rood pickers, SliV&a 5: fair to good llsht. IHO Jii3: common and roughs, fi&CXJlli Cattls Fulr to eood shippers. (XUeiiS; choice, H35&4.40. good to rholce butchers. 13.T544.15. fair to medium butchers', f3.:V3 a 65: common. tZiitA-OO- . SniEP ANO Lahus Sheep Extras. WJ5 Foreign - and - American - Marble MONUMENTS, t li !i AND GRANITE i I kj Tombs, Tablets, Headstones, UitNi;, EOLLEES, HARDWARE, Scatimky, Klc FINE WORK A SPECIALTY Your Trade SoIiciteu,.gf5 delivered lo any part of the Work State. jEs""F Write for Designs and Prices. GEO. O. DOZIKU, Proprietor. Ii vine Streets. Richmoinl, Ky. i t TINWARE. 150. Vrxt. Calves Fair to good light, W003 extra, .110; common nnd large. tlOOia t?" three-year-ol- d the past few days mills and factories havi! reopened in larg j numbers, scales of wages have been increased, between 1,000 Business Boom at Louisville. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 10. Within li and 1.200 idle drummers have been started on the road to receive orders from the busy country merchants, and several thousand idle laborers been given employment in this" city. Breeklnrldi-- n Will Eiter a Protest. - Lexington, Ky., Nov.10. CoL Breck-idridge Per-sickl- es rj- vv.:; will not make a formal cohtest for the Ashland district seat in congress, but he will enter a protest before the state returning board against the vote of Owen county being counted, because of violation of the election law. Lexington's New l'ol'ce Station. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 10. The city of Lexington is building n new polico station. Frank Corbin is the contractor. The city failed to come up with the money. Corbin stopped work. There is a big squabble on, with the probability of suits. He Shouted for McKinley. Ukownsville, Ky., Nov. 10. A. M. Brooks, a republican on Bear creek, shouted for McKinley when ho heard He was tho result of the election. Bred upon with a shotgun by some ono in the woods. He lies in a critical condition. Fatally Injured by a Train. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 10 George Berns, of Richmond, Va., was fatally injured in the Queen and Crescent yards Monday. He was coupling lumber cars and waft caught between the ends of lumber and frightfully man- Unwashed, fins merino, 9310c per lb; quarter-bloo- d clothing, 12(l3c; medium, delalm and clothing. 13 14c: braid. llQISc: medium combing. 13 11 He Washed, fine merino, X to XX, lie; medium clothlnz. 1IQ16;; delaine fleece, Mlflo: long combing, liKlOo; quarter-bloand loir, 13314a: cozmoa coarse, llul.'o: choice, 17Q15c; average, 16317c. Nw Yokk, Not. 11 1 WneAT December. c7,0Mc; Maroh. 81;: May. f8M389Kc. Cons No. 2. 31332Wc: December. 3tJ,3 -TOSItfc: May.StJJSlKc, Oats Western, SjiKc: December, 23"o a. Toledo. O.. Nor. 14. Wheat No. : red, cash. 91c: December, 91e: Mir, BJc: No 3 red. caih. E8Hc Cohn No. 3 mixed, cash, 21c. Our factory on Laurel Street in RichOats No trading. mond is now running, and wo are Chicaoo. Nor. 14. prepared to fill orders for twist of the Wheat November. T3Hc Decomber. 7Jo b; January. 80ic. May, M Cokn November, 2o December. ISMc: si Ot May. l8Xc b. Oats November. 18.V3: December, Wn b.; May, 2!Kc Ikdiaxapolis. Ind- - Nor. 14. M. C." Cattle Choice to prime steers, tl C0Q 4.83. medium to good rhtpping steers, firvj 4.00. common to fair steers. (3 2vg3.fi, good to o! choice feeding steers. tXtoJLZ "3. Hogs Good to choice medium and henry. 3.KXa.5S: mixed and heavy packing, C54CJ 3 50: good to choice Hsht weights, 81 4.V3H&0; Brands, three grades. "We can save you common light weights, i2.S5Q3.45; pica, titOJ) money. Send us a trial order; you will 135. roughs. 72.503.01 EspeShsjp Gocd to choice lamhs. 14.03.34. Kh Imj fdad with our products. common to medium lambs, 12&CQ'.8: good cially pleased to hear from country mer2,S5iJi 5 forr to medium chants. tocholci sheep. tZ.tUiiZ7o. common sheep, SLt0&S.V0; bucks per head. tLKQ4.0a Richmond. Kr. 49 ol tub-wash- Wool Shacke Iford 3 $i' KENIIVKY. EICMOD, ESN f3SSSSSsSSSSSS?,5SSSSSSSSS READY HON. C. T. CALDWELL, iB x ISA W2 SUPPLY THE TRAiOE XA of P.srkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. PAKKERSnUEG, AA-k- l lW SST fSii- r iicA' TTv W . H . ) , c. W. mm, p i V-.-., Ml, rtX "1. ! January The Weight Met. Co., 2G, 1995. "Pair tab" Colnmbus, Ohio. Gentlemen. I havo been usinj; Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94. and find them to be as recommended. I firbt heiran taking them WATGHES O while at Hot Spring. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginning and have used thsm ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and 'all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. Sold 0 JEWELRY. New and Nicely Selocted Stock i t SH 73 White 0 Ross, Just Received and at ... . Vlf'CES t0U FAITHFUL MEN OB WANTED travel for responsible es- tablished house in Kentucky. Salary Position perma$780 and expenses. nent. Reference. Enclose stamped envelope. The National, Star Insurance Bldg., self-address- ed "BIG FOUR" ROUTE -I- Hard i. -- Times ppffi. Chicago: EST LIRE TO AHO FRQI- X- Land For T Sale! ned. sngar-coate- A Lexington, Ky., Nov. 13. J. Rr Haley, a farmer, made an assignment for the benefit of his creditors. 'Liabilities 85.2SC, Fayette County Farmer Assigns. HAVE KolKl VestlbuledTroinvwltU Buffet ratior upj Puts. Elecnut Coaches Dining 'toP1, Private Sloping Cnre, and latent Improved mamiltt-cenli- y TTto can think Hepartment Hutlet Weeping Cars, Wanted-- An of some simple furnished with tnllet Jiccewirlei In tnlcg to patent? co icnu.uD-.- s Protect your Ideas; they irar brlac Ton wealth. tacil camtmruiieuu i Writ JOHN WEDDEKUBRH CO, Patent D- - ror tne'r 81.800 prlso and list ot tno hundred lnTentlona wanted. offer: - CHICAGO. Cii.iules T Calowell. Hagan, Dnijist. Price cents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug-tor- e and get free sample. - by T. S s oooc x kooo ooc s: OLD GOLD RND SILVER G- Idea is TKKEN mm m m m ST- LOUIS. assets 3,094.50. Burk-holze- One Burglar Dead, tho Other Wounded. 13 S21,-00- 0. ,i -- some-ttia- ?wL!f . MmMm ..ll-""P -- 1 glars were discovered robbing the genfsra The only eral store of W. A Hundreimark, in ucontyroad.extra good fence, woll "UIUC'UUK'I Throneh Sleeping Caninevui X.iriub HSHCI wmyinp, Is under the little village of Jliba, Thursday 'watered, very productive and has a morning, and were called upon by a now modern house. Can bo bought posse of citizens to surrender. The cheap. burglars made a dash' for liberty and JAtaES GABBISON. The "Southwestern Limited 8olld Vul- the besieging party firat on them. The tomoiwuion ,uiurary, ruled Trains, wlin Cars. Waeucr Kleeptnt; and-robbers returned tho fire dozen Mrs Jerome Murphy, of Hopkinsville, Rnfrt and Htiiokine g or more shots were eich'anged. When vvas burned to death "Wednesday even- - txirn. Elegant Coaches and Dlntiig Cars, pasherrgew JiuMew York Cltv at4d MHt the fusilado was oyeroae-othe" .rob-j catchiRg fire froH!a Depot. ." 1 nn j HixMiauu uwo It.. 2a..1 ..l rV.1.' 1.11 &crjuiy 'ing by her clothes -- BeMre yowr waste jmman t jh vir vi gmte. wonnaed. woanaea s:aa was W. ii ine ' 'a!i jt., jmi. - W j 79. fW) ieSoa rifTisfrmr'Iri --W &3roraMP. 8wuu8, iuu jjsuatjsi auu; touted in j -- Batavia, N. Y., Nov. Two bur- This land lies In the Foxtown precinct, Madison county, Ky., in the heart of the Blue Glasfi region, immediately on "a of land for sale. Solid Vestlbtlleil TthIiir wllh Buffet Parlor unii niiilne Car. hncI Wuiilier Iltiflr'tHleeDlnsCarw. KnterlnuKl. toiiNcyer New Mercrmnta' Bridge, avowing tlioills the Hgreeabto tunnel. iaiim BOSTON. NEW YORK. mmm O ALL WORK DONE onSShHHBBCT' - .: O HE PATS THE 10-2- 3 FREIGHT. .T0U PAT FOR .THE. rrn v -Si SSSSS9SSSJSSSSSSS?SS5S$JS$5SSS5S?S! HORT NOTIG i.i 53AGKETIG a lntld-lu- f tuo-mn- er t '- brinks;. scwuin ofartfT " t VISORfME! -, HERVIXE - mi t i ?r ?,: ,. , b; ... jrt. j aQWwr,, j. 3 oiriOTi jVtIii -- ' -. ' . Xm m VftaUtv. Vrvtf.v .." rr - - - " " ' lBAia4a. lUtHv " -- -- TTtlttes Bold irltk Tjnaraatea to TH1b JemorT VJia " r . i..-'- r j" wjia ir F" f . lim lfaatr's&anis7Ma. .tatt. Qnipiat. RfcSMd. Ky. I M - 5d i- -