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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r I 1 f BL1JEZJI GR j- Z4 J 0BL ADEm m Vol ILo 29 Lcxinytou Kentucky Satur6gjfij Novcmlter 1st JMQ Subscription 2 a Year u p The IaniHTH AHinucc Icol infill thiN City Xovcin- l cr M There is a call for n meeting of l the Farmers Alliance in this city on Tuesday November 11 I hope the meeting will be most enthusiastically and largely attended by the farmers of the country und if the public is in vited to its deliberations as I hope und suppose it will be I ask that Prohibitionists slHillus fur as possible be present The BLADK will support the Alliance people just as Jar us it can do consistently with its vows to Prohibition and it may be possible tu do this without any reservation When it is remem bored that Iam a farmer that works at the plow with lilY own bands and that I am proud to proclaim this I do not believe that any just Ulan will charge me with making advances to the Al liance people as a piece of politi strategyI that the Farmers Al liance and the Prohibitionists have a common cause the poli tics dint is dominant in this StateThe Farmers Alliance is full brother to Prohibition out of the same dam old Honesty and by the same sire Jtunmon Sanse both thoroughbreds it must be evident to our farmers that they are neglected in the political 1I1ini trutlOnH the gentlemen that we send to represent us at Washington These gentlemen are what are justly called brilliant moo and they attract attention for their genius at Washington Col Urcckiuridge as much or more perhaps thou any man there But the gentlemen we send there c do not own farms and no practical experience with the no cessities of the agricultural inter est upon which all interests here praise the bridge that carries thom over Our candi dates have never been nominated by formers but by ward cians who live in cities pOlitij little political oligarchies garly known as rings who al ways live in towns the ring of Lexington dictating the potties for the whole State of Kentucky Louisville and Covington will ofcourse repudiate the state mont but one club room in Lox ington thatwas a few years since indicted bya Fayetto county grand jury for selling liquor without license his made more governors senators and congressmen than tiny other dozen rooms in the State of Kentucky Time most influential two tlemen in Louisville arcGen John B Castlimim and Judge John G Simrall both born and raised in Fayette county and strongly retaining their natural and just predilection for this cinity If Carlisle was sent to the Sen ate from Covington it was simply because while everybody recognized his eminent genius Lexingtonhad enough of getter ousity or expediency to say that it would look bad to have three senators who came front just as near to Lexington as the law wouldallow Our representatives at Wash ington being sent there by the people of time towns to lcci pro cato those favors by the politi clans wo iind a perfect contagion of booms in towns throughout the State while the land of the Blupgraes region sells today on an average for less than it did twenty ye1tago and the farm big depression of t Jwhole coun try is demonstrated by time rot ting fences and unkempt dWel- lings all over this region tinned front ocean to ocean for its beau ty HUrl proverbially having an exemption front the national ca lamities that belied other states until it looks like the special benison of Heaven ists upon us The only things in time fanning line in which t hove ever known our representatives at Washing ton to take any special interest are whisky race horses and bacco three aillHt which the must advanced enlighten ment is milking the most stren oils charts s Senator Williams introduced tho cultivation of tobacco into this country The greatest idol of Kentucky Democracy a Vice President of the United States was the President of time Lexing ton race course hJ1Cen1tuckHotel in this city when a United States Senator front Kentucky passed upon distillers their business ulogiums as high and commendatory as one of our col lege presidents or most brilliant city ministers could possibly do upon a body of gentlemen met here in the interest of education or religion The papers of this cityreport that Senator Blackburn has re cently graced the Lexington racecourse with leis presence mud though ho will probably soon bo restored to health from time juries he received in going from the races as the BLADE hopes he may be there is but little proba bility that he will be at the meet of time Fanners Alliance in this city though the place of their meeting is just one mile nearer the Senators homo or Washington than the Lexing ton race truck is When Pensylvanin an iron producing state sends a mum to represent her at llruslmiugtouslle- scuds Pig Iron an gant gentleman to whom with his time honor of an introduction by the lamented Senator Beck The result is that the Key Stone State moves on in a prosperity that is astonish fug to us state shows its business judgment by sending to represent her a mug whQ knows her business and is in sympathy with it and until Keu tucky learns to do the sumo she will remain in the soup as she now But in view of this while Prohibition offers to this Con gressional district Hiram W Ford a man of tilt class intelli genet andtspotless reputation public and private who has made his as an intelligent nlldl thCICOIJIIwill vote for Colonel Breckin jidge who could not tell you whether corn potatoes and pumpkins ought to he sowed broadcast or put in with a force feed drill And these farmers willvote for Colonel Breckinridge not be cause they have stopped to coil sider what they are doing or heI cause they can see how such a vote is going to promoto their interests but because time news papers of the State have harped upon the silver tongue of the famous orator us they were in directly paid for in business Suc cess timid party Oratory that is toothsome pap uluin to politicians at nay tithe is only appreciated by the farmer on Fourth of July occasions maid is not Ute thing that makes the mare go for the farmer The highest Allinnco authorities in the United States have recognized Prohibition as true yoke follow and has u nIreservedly endorsed it Prohibition moue rand single handed will I believe in ten years curry this country put its amendment into the Constitu tion of the United StatesIWith the Alliance as an alh and running mate it CUll do tlmat IIISHbidding for the Alliance and tellt ing them what time farmers would if time AHianco would tholll1Huvontalliance with fur 11thCJreaped the whirlwind Yon lliiy The Kentucky Democratic DemoIcrmuticgone gnnnii g together and like mllllltogothOl farmer You take the the bUZI zard and I will take the turkey or I will take time turkey and you may take time buzzard but the politician hugtwer said turkey to the farmer and the fanner has eaten crow and buzzard while time politician hits had a perpetual celerycrmumberries As evidence that time highestt- llimuuce authority of time U muted States is in sympathy with thoI Prohibition cause give thoir j address to the farmers of Nebras IrohiIber 4 It is signed by thirtyone names twentythree of which are secretaries Farmers Alli minces in diftercnt states and eight of which are editors of Ag ricultural papers The states mad territories represented are signingVermont Alabama Tennessee Louisiana Texas North Dakota Michigan New Jersey New Mexico Colordo Kentucky In dian Territory North Carolina Nebraska South Dakota Kan an11assmuchusettsTime To the fanners of Nebraska Ve believe that the prohibition of the liquor tralHi would benefit the farmer by removing one of the principle causes of crime thus tending to reduce his tuxes incrensing uiMiinnd for food andclutlutagltime raw matcriitls for which mi produced by tho farmer among a Inrgo class who now spend their money in the saloons and IIlstroin one of tin mnin sources of corruption iu politics the purchasable saloon vote A sober people can be more readily brought to consider right wrongsxjf the farmers andotherutijntly treated cl sses than a ptoplea comsulera- portion of which owing to the de basing influence of saloon can be controlled for private purposes on elect ion day Ue have no faith in the reports which have been circulated that Prohibition is the cause of the depressed condition of agriculture in states that have outlawed the saloon The causes of depressed ag riculture are otherand exist in license as well as Prohibition states We believe that the farmers of Ne braska can vote for the pc ding Prohibit orv Amendment without fear of injury to tlnir interests hut rather in the belief Ihnt will resent to them through this proposed outlawing liquor trifle SUvrtiMl 11 Talk Out in IcfluiAt a church in the country in Fayette County recently Rev Lloydof Georgetown had a packed house containing ulmlyof the finest and most substantial fanners of this countyIn the course of his very earnest remarks he shook his finger at the crowd before him and said about as follows You aro a lot ofcowards in your heart of hearts on believe in Prohibition and yet when the ekotiomi cotes you will plffitlC tn etiibltttit because you are afraid somebody will point a linger at you if you dont I know there will be those who will disparagingly say that this sounds too much like Sam Jones but the fact is that the ease the Reverend gentleman was leafing with is a hind one sad requires he roic treatment He knew that what he said was true and the people to whom ho said it knew it was true and you Illnw road the utterances of that preachers great Exemplar when He was talking to such people upon such subjects and you will lied that the Rev Lloyds style is much nearer the standard than mild sugarcoated protests of the fash ionable pulpit While the latter will scarcely arouse it hearers from the orditiary ehurcli drowsiness there are those who will remember Rev Lloyds words when they sioing to the polls to vote in November About Editor ilV Sawyers Troubles When at Louisville lately I willed upon Urother Sawyer late the Southern Journal Prohibi iou mill from him receivedau account of his late troubles It appears that through some misinformation ho has published that a certain physician sold whi kv possibly did some other things ofmm nature and the physician brought suit tilt crim inal libel sad Editor Sawyer not being able to sustain his charge was tilled 1500 in default of the payment of which he was SlIt to for tout days lie admits that he made a mis take hut claims thaf he was consci entious in the neater sadis wil ling to stiller martyrdom to the cause of Prohibition Our Typos a IifllcOli The lust issue of The Illade pub lished a little unto front Col IV S Rogers and Mr E It Ulaine in which they spoke of themselves an old unrrconstnuted Rebel Illia yoling Republican standing togeth er at my desk from which was absent and paying for the Hindu1 The types made it praying for the lthu et While the Blade hopes to be re membered by these good gentlemen in their petitions to the throne of grace it is a filet that our types misrepresented their statement ImIBOUR X LETTER rq ORGANIZING PL + CAMPAIGN PG TIVITY ANaWORK Dlrliln the Sun t1uee InrrI Kftlo fiinijmlgiil to ohi tlnn 1iiprrn lr I 1ui chubmrrparln Ctltlll The or nub iui i JifttI10l kItotal of Iillll a lreli parly whll M riinnul- y paws to hf elf cutChatrnaa Dicltlii thuCur IIstate coiii 1 oral s fitates to w wi an lee on a tour vvhicK itiht hUll si gal taf Mire Idn l of tluet conic r iliitg IItionistH of the set IfnWS lunIttht f the IItatommtt filhi a f or and strnngtifniH ddfnew niemlit ri At t icltf thst 11J I3ickiu will prrsent till tI f 91of the na tional committee e far is po siI ieiorganizingmmarhinry is inteiideT that umzI work shall be persistently ke Pftnitfl tIll Pro tiiiiitinn party in rysjatsmitll be in fact s will as in dint omplto liumeulortmuhzutio t The idea that retail in scone minds that this yshilnfd saws sort of a Kniiety b Stcitlincorrtitit tton bylaws ngti who desire atfi ill its councils does not MtoltSiimi the liHlubers of tl fupnnmtitter and will not inl in thmir plans In Pr us in all others liiynl platlonn tIltltfpaTty its and its cti pot only at the ballot box will be ttlestilecuniitionrltt ship It is gratifying nblo to report- that assurances jr O1 that several southeni tl eften prate vigorously in the o In North Carol rt JProitmtp- aper been stn r4fMil coun ttps arilsushi c dbtrkts oStKentucky wiatl rilIlidlllS ly adopted the t committee and a 1titihm hii ganizing fund has imeoim inI responses Wby s tacs Tt the smite plan 11r fupot n st tr ill the Ujiion mutt co rffttilri that a stenly reltn rcasoniliy sufficient tii iiU min Ia Vihrey rlli the year nntiri ormnfiiirfc uric t IlIdI be jyFncheering tU lugs which pvs jMUStho Piolil bition party vote a jUMgjdecdon fie excellent n dope iu perfecting ViiI orgt is i p lttlIUt1 ItalR stony tugStili there reasons to apprehend the loss of votes Jn sums states where the snperfl ial observer would least ex pect it corre pendent in one of the strongest best managed of our status writes Never vie it so easy for the voter to vote another than an old party ticket But just here conies the temptation to join with some spasmodic movement with the hole that one crushing rebuke may be given to old party misrule The Farmers Alliance may drew off some of our voters this fall We may as well face this possibility mill try to overt it As long as our party is only imrtially organized it will be sub feet to such influencus In Maine the Democratic party de clared fur substitution of high license and local option for Prohibition Re stilt Democratic vote largely reduced mid Prohibitionists aro coaxed off to vote the Republican ticket jiwt this onto In the west the farmers suffering from a lung iwriod of old party misrule Result u fanners political movement which in the nature of timings will be evanescent hut by means of which our Prohibitionists begged to vote just this once for farmer When farmers miners mechanics and others who lUll suffering from old party rottenness learn that tho Prohibi tion party is the peoples party here to stay here to govern the country sooner or litter and that reform can only come through this party and when our own friends ieam this saute lesson three will lit danger of these temporary losses When that time comes the Republican party will tease to annually submit Pro hibitory constitutional amendments for the purpose of dnwing our attention train party work sad exhausting our en orgies in nonpurtiMii coupaigns only to be defeated by partisan tricks at polls Let us hope result in XubrallI ka will teach them that this is a danger ous trIck that a Prohibition victory there will bite the bitei Our Prohibition buys luau gone oner getically tu work new Junior clubs aro being reported almost daily The constitution prpirH by Seciotary Choiim is well udnpteil fur the use of those vint uiil all whonre interested in tits movement st uld write to National Prohibition Htu lijuartvrs Four teenth street New York or to Ted M Hopkins Uhf of The Junior hartIfool toim a plv and structions relative the IIr1As eleition day appr ifliea t lltlonI blunt campaign incrutise in unthnsiasai Chairman UiMwiii of New York state and Kev Hudson have at hmlll tI11tulllll mid ngivsuiouul cainpaigUM ti Ur MiTlone of Michi gill wiil sicmidsuIet wttlbi in state onniitunt is alive with activity Sec rotary Fred Hopkins t sagacious young cnuiptinor and Col Martin Knowltiin is a uiiin Mr of speak ers like Cnsiiinx Undent Mrs Hoffuian and Ui rRf W Uiiu New Jersey is hattlin linvely against n1flIIlIUtica in almost twtry district mid couu ty tl OrvtH tad other will cam paign in New y Tin rwriiiy niVies iiddrewwd by John Lloyd Thomas in Pennsylvania were inmienilimaly mcumttlnl J W Nioliolla of minoi and other speakers are in the state and will remain till olwtiou Dr Kelleys campaign in Tennessee is one of ovations to liiin manly stand hue made vote forth Prohibition Ohio mil Michigan lively cam paign art being waged St John Fut ning and Mrs Lathrop wonderfully stirred things in the latter state M Van Bennett hi kept busy in lixli niiii mid other states Iowa Montana anti Washington doing nobly assisted by the national coal ittet California will probably show intuit some gain Mufwochnsettn with Hector in the field iiml Tho Worcester Daily Times to twp tnwrf of old patty ties will give a good JMxiHtt af herself In IMd West MrgiuK Dela ware And in short all voting states election day nhoold record unr party strongs than ever before Let nil see that every Prohibition vote cat and counted GOOD ADVICE IJont Como to luau It Is Ton Jhrlt T iiiii iiitiao The following is from the proprietor of a hotel in Creston ye men haul a first class bur in their hotel until tin prohibitory law took effect Setts We would advice you not to come to Iowa until they a license law for you can do no good in saloon business now et la May iDtiR Sutiu answer to your favor of the 9th inst cannot advise you to crone to Iowa for the purpose of ell ng tag in saloon bnsiuesn The brewers as will saloouixta are subjected to Jho most sever prosecutions and am sure you would set very wise in not locating in Iowa unless tile next legislature either niters or repeals the present prohibitory law C BmuxoTON In May SIItIu answer to your letter of May 0 have to say that cannot vise you to start a saloon in Iowa at preneat and that you had better wait until the nest legislature hits done away witi rite present law Smaller places iiOM3 inhabitants as you men rims even if they arts situated in the hhorhOlIIIof a larger city like Bnr linvcMn mv the worst places to start It silMin at vsMit A UnmLrJm William Jungenheimer Co of Wtighington la hail 800 kegs of beer i r order of tit t rot 101Wsay bud Tfinberance they have destroid all my Beer aul busted up my Uogsets alll hadowt nuet to bo a good state but now it is not word anything it is noth ing but lowing the wile so take my advice and stay until we get a different WIIUAM Tolodo Blade DEACON GILES DISTILLERY Ti Author fir the Inuinns Prolilbitliin UIII lead The Rev Dr George B Cheerer died recently at his beautiful residence on the Palisades near New York city After the death of his wife four years ago he gradually went into a decline but still kept on working He was burn in Hallowell Me April His father was u printer and publisher and his grandfather Xiittmn iel Cheerer of Salem Mass is sold to have been the first man vhose blooil was shed in the Revolutionary war George B Cheerer was educated at Dow doiu college where he graduatetl in along with Nathaniel Hawthorne the poet Lougfellow John S Cf Abbott United States Senator J W Drndbnry and Congressman Jonathan Cilley In he became pastor of tho Howard Street church Salem He wrote for The Salem Landmark an imaginative article in favor of temperance under the guise ofme dream and entitled Inquire at Amos GillS Distillery This created considerable stir at Salem and through the country at large Soon after its publication The Landmark office wits attacked nt night mid the au thor of the article assaulted at midday in the public street by the foreman of a Saletn distillery Subsequently lie was indicted for libel upon the owners of distillery and sentenced to thirty thoI tuiprirtoninent in Salem jail He was an earnest temperance advo cate all his life Kill tabs ht Negro In Jefferson county the colored people had In Ie worth of property At the end of seven years of whisky rule they had in i8S 05770 n devrwuw of iysOtHl flat when whisky prohibitrnl they laid in four years thereafter lStolj 8mdmau increase of 2 nji in four years Now here are ple in the same territory with the same relations In every but one You will notice in Bibb county that colored people in ISSo 4658 of land while in only a277 In they had tllCtt in Lank stock and money now in only 9S5 Why Whisky is WbWIIt iriMi u ciiiiiniiit lrlsl said Rev Thomas Cullen pastor of Catholic church Serbs Neb is pro UQimced Id Prohibition Father Culleu the other day was replying to that stereotyped objection Prohibition dont i ro hibit Why said the priest that U a question of administration and not of legislation We will get at that by and by If we cnut elect men Uho will do this tluty its our own fault Inlet is ProWWtfon part gwiwl I r We want YOU to know that TAYlOR HAWKINS No 7 VVes1 1I1rairl Stis the best place to buy Fancy Dry Goods and Notions React the following quotations newIstyles Fichusfliiil f Cashmere Shawls in Black White and Colors ItenfrElS as GaUlfilrfS 9 the best stock we have ever shown andat prices that will surprise you EPOCHS 9 braces SSJ3 EmbP2 i s9 the most com plete and carefully selected stock in the city ll dSF EeiF a large stock of medium and heavy weights in Ludies Gouts Childrens sizes EiSSPyfil5Bj in our line at the lowest possible price considering qualities Ve sell you 8 spools Clarks OX T Cotton for 10 cents 2 spools Bcldings Sewing Silk for 15 cents Twist 2 cents Tape 8 for 5 eons Come and See our bargains Dont forget the place TAYLOR HAWKINS 4 THOMPSON BOYD lInUllnctlllClM of FINE SADDLES HARNESS i RACE AND TROTTING EQUIPMENTS A SPECIALTY No 53 EAST MAIN STREET LEXINGTON KT Y1 COMING TIIItOUGII TIIE UYEiThis is a living illustration of the advisability when you cant do any ettor of coining through the rye for a suit to replace tie one stolon while ou are bathing It is a postivie blessing to kse a suit when can substitute forit a much latter one for JloOO tit the One Price Clothing House M KAUFMAN CO i 51 Iast Main Street LEXINGTON KY gA JOHNSI StoreIOCR KY ESTABLISHED 1820 E SAY UK J W SAY RE E SAYRE Ja- D A SATRB Co BANKERS LEXINGTON KENTUCKYI Oenoml king Husinoss Transacted Special Attention given to Collec tions mill all Corrospondonco r How Presbyterians Defended 1Ccntrc College Apiin t as i Liquor Evil At recent election the Prohibitionists of Boyle county rot 1ed liquor out of the county cluding the bountiful town of- Ianwille The newspapers report as one of the most zealous workers among the Prohlbitiunistsfmi1ge Robert J Brcclcinridge brother of our silver tongued Colonel Billy who lately voted to tOlCOl liquor back into the Prohibition statesDanville is the sent of Centre College a Presbyterian institution the alma mater of these two distinguished gentlemen They are both Presbyterians it isI doubtless owing to the- Presbyterian influence that want ed to advance the interests of that institution that induced thomI to vote liquor out of that county und town I was born and reared side bJI side on farms with the Breckin ridge bo s and know Tat they got precisely the same kind of r instruction from their fisher Rev Dr Robert J Breckinridge and that if he were living now when the Prohibition issue is up he would lampoon the liquor traffic with a vigor and mercy lessness that would scarcely bJ any man in the Stat of Kentucky How then does it happen that these two gentlemen his sous could lately have voted so directly opposite to each other in a case where the moral propriety was perfectly evident but into which voting there enters a large element of political expediency Does anybody doubt that Col William Brcckinridge would have voted with his brother against whisky had the Colonel lived in Danville a private citi zen Certainly not The phe nomenon is only explicable on the supposition that Col Brock inridge voted in Congress to rep resent the interest of his large whisky producing and whisky drinking constituency upon whose support ho relied to be re turned to Congress though in doing he disregarded the much larger part of his constituency who are farmers and opposed his o vote on the package question because the farmers are not the people who nominate candidates but simply those who do the voting under the party lead ers who live about towns The people of Danville were intelligent enough to know tha they could attract the attention of fathers who had boys old b to to colle e byre atsdbtown the liquor temptation ruins so many young men at col lege that u father has been willing to withhold from his boys collegiate advantages tether that- subject them to the temptation o the great evil For many yearn Boyle county has striven against the influence of the liquor traffic and as evi dence of the effect of this effort I would like for the people of rassdom especially who ar best acquainted with the facts to run over in their own memories the record of crime in Danville as compared with Lexingipn Georgetown V chester ISicholasville Ilarrodsburg and Richmond It is a fact so far as my per sonal memory goes that Frank fort seems to have been compare tively exempt from crime except the exconvicts in Craw Town recallrnumbers of horrible things have occurred ill nil these others it is a fact that 1 cannot recall one in Danville Contrast the reputation of that town then with that of Georgetown where whisky und blood have flowed together and crime run riot until there are many people who are friends of George tOWl who are compelled to guy that it is not a lit place to briug up boys in With these respective reputa tions eau Georgetown College reasonably expect to compete with Danville among people who are unbiased as to church management I asked the President ol Georgetown College not long ago why he was not a Prohibitionist- and he told me it was because he was opposed to woman suffrage I will submit it the answer is broad enough tier so momentous a it would be found 1 suppose that there was hardly a Presbyterian in Boyle county that did not at the late local election vote for Prohibition and doubtless the point was made among them by the managers of the canvass that this was the way to collegeIfUniversity ill the luinda ot a rival church and the State College in the hands of no church at at all were to conic to the Pres byterians of Lexington and ask thorn to vote solidly for Prohibi tion to save Lexington colleges their bretron did to save Cenj tro College do you believe would do it No theywould see them inj tint and soon let you that they wore not going to jeop ardise their private business by helping to support somebody elses public institution even if 0110 of them was grindingout preachers like Its that that helps Colonel In gorsoll and that will tumjb your churches over your heads if you mend your ways I want to ask of sully Lexing ton father who belongs to our good society to which one of two colleges he would send a son if other things were equal and one them had no saloons and the other onehad four hundred sa loons and places where liquor could be bought with a city council eleven out of eighteen of whom were saloon men or in some way interested in the whisky business with the most fam ous race track in America with a pool room that runs as regular ly the year around as any busi ness house in town with a whole streot iii thetity devoted to unmentionable purposes manJof the houses of which had been but lateley removed from the very eaves of one of the largest literary institutions in the city svhoehas the interest of any of literary institutions at heart fail to see that tile that should be the chiefattraction and pride of this jity are perpetually damaged by the reputation ot this cityand to understand that they ought to work with the Prohibition cause to rootI out these evils allof which the liquor traffic as an ally We want a Mayor mini Council nun and city officers of the broad est natural intellectualcapacity and the highest educational attain ments and of the purest and high est and most advanced conceptions of public and private morals There is no feasible or proposition of any kind to effect this outside of the theories and purposes of the Prohibition party That division of the Democratic that is dominant here has nc thII devil has for holy water all the boasted high mentis ol Republicanism their organ TIll Leader would no more dare to blast this infamy than The Blade would to blast the Womens Chris tian Temperance Union So that there is nothing left you but Prohibition or to remain just pustsible I am not much of a reader ol newspapers possibly less than gentlemen generally are but if misrepresent The Leader 01 any paper in the city by saying there is not one here that will even cast tin insinuation against traffic I hope somebody tlmiuifthat they may print against I whisky business A COXGKESSIOS AL UEPOJtT TafiieeWhen Prohibition newspapers and lecturers tell of the disastrous effects of the liquor traffic it is easy for their opponents to pooh pooh their statements by saying they arc coloredluud prejudiced and exaggerated and that the who make them arc cranks bigots and fanatics Last April the Congress of United States appointed commit tee to report upon the effects of the liquor traffic The committee was of course composed entirely Democrats and Republicans of course this fact would preclude the possibility of any cranks bigots or fanatics being on com mittee The committee reported as follows This tralllc causes four fifths of all crimes coiuiuittud ill this country im poses upon the people fully onehalf of all tint State county and municipal tuxes wastes a sear in drink des tm s a home market for this much of our AmericanlroJllcl incapacitates nun a half million plefor labor raid business causes three fourths of the pauperism in tho country is responsible incnnsu of imbecility and dUll nobody are nut the utterances of such benighted papers and people as the New York Voice and the BlueGrass Blade or Samuel J Dickie or Frances Willard or George W Bain or J G Cliinn or W W Goddard it is the highest testimony in the ease that the United States Government can get Prohibition editors are charged with inordinate zeal in their poli ties and are by old rut politicians condemned because theycan not talk as moderately as Democratic nUll Republican editors can when they discuss the cllite issues ol tariff and protection that are in trinsically vapid from the begin ning and that for have been hacked and uunlHedIIntil they arc twice dead and plucked up by the roots Prohibition in its infancy with nothing mercenary to gain and possibly something to lose can on ly into its fold men of zeal earnestness and intelligence and when men of this kind see their intelligent fellow citizens of moral and religious claims matching up to polls under the party lash wielded saloon men brewers distillers like a lot of dumb driven cattle it seems to such Prohibition men that the stones would cry out should theyI hold their peace A greater than these has called such inconsistent people fools hypocrites whited sepulehers and a generation of vipers cA DISTKESSIXCS CASK lion Hurry 11 IJnford SullVrs- A Temporary Ienial Aberration lie UeeoKiiiyes his Serious Con dition ami Voluntarily floes To a Cincinnati Stud tarium One of the most distressing instances of mental derangement that has over happened in this city is that of Hon hurry Uufjrd lately Judge of the Common Ploas Court It is generally known and regretted that Mr Bufurd has for some time been addicted to an unnatural use of stimu lauds and it would he useless to attempt to conceal it in view of his HCStlIt coiuli tion however much it may be condoned It is to this habit that Mr lluford owes Iris unfortunate state Three days ago Mr Buford had becnl and towarddrinking excessively fall nerves were so unstrung that nci cording to the statement from his lips he took a dose of morphine tf quiet During the night lie invoke and was possessed with the idea that a mob was pursuing him He rushed from his room and sled south through tlio city in to the country The next morning lit was discovered by Dr Wil is sonic miles from town on the uth Klkhorn road nod brought back Ill was at tutu tint in a disheveled condition wih his coat and collar his hat gone After Home hours of medical attention attack passed away and his mind re turned to its usual vigor Ile spoke several friends about his condition which he stewed to thoroughly appro elate ami expressed a desire to him self in a puvato sanitarium for treat milit Accordingly he left for Cincinnati terday for that purpose accompanied b his physician 1 deeply to bu regretted am the many warm friends of Judge Bufon carntstly hope fur his complete restora lion relief from his nnfortunati head lines s from the Lexington Press The of that paper is om of the Aldermen of this city and as such has voted to license the sa loons that have thus wrecked ai exceedingly handsome ulna be lunging to one of the most promi neat families of thjs Stat4fnido n such attainments thai commu nity has honored him with the ju Heialerminc From the whole report the Ham let has been left out What is the good sense in making a report of that kind Why pub t1lish to the world as The Press has the downfall of this privati individual who was not a camliduti for office Is the Press willing to proclaiu the disgrace of its friendlsimph that it may reap a greater harves of nickelson the streets by pan dering to that weak passion in mei that wants to hear of the inisfbr tunes of their fellow men This seems to bu the only motive that is discernible If Vile Press had used this saIl instance to show the dcvustatioi that whisky is working in our midst and for the purpose of yarn espleialI s of Judge Buford or if it had use the occasion as an opportunity t strike a blow at this infamous liquor traffic that is ruining this lair city and country I could see some apol logy for the publicity that he has given to the misfortune of this pri vote gentleman the publication ol whose misfortune as it stands in The Press can in no Ssly advance the interests ofnnoody but the cditolThere is not even a delicate in sinuation that this traffic is possibly loiugsonlclamiui here and- a suggestion that may be it would be well to inquire into it But the editor touchingly sym pathises with the Judges bereaved family and at the very next meeting of the City Council will with his smile so peculiarly childlike and bland vote for some more censes help to drive to insanity souse more fine und promising men write other touching expressions of sympathy for the bereaved get more nickels and so the trend mill round A few years ago there occurred in pretty rapid succession several rather mysterious deaths in a cer twin quarterof this city Upon in was found to be from the drinking of water from a cer tain well into which an animal poison was seaping 1The Press upbraided the city au thorities lip such negligence in al lowing a yell of that kind to re main open demanded that the well should forever be closed I being filled lipund it was done the pro per officers feeling that the reten tion of their official positions de manded that they should be quick about it eatty Efi8enceI have as a f rmer used following varieties of fencing stone post and rail p tall und post barbed wire linked wire Virginia worm picket and runt er and three kinds of wire picket fence including the Beatty fei to made by Dn Bcatty Prohibitionist and crank of this city and I jlcrcb y testify that in a Ucn of the most import ant elements it time best fence I ever saw Sworn to on IH Dictionary by me this October year of out Lord 1890Citanlas C 1loonn- Prohibitionist and Crank 1111 = But from tin sinks of iniquity called saloons n are daily ing poisoned ifanghts hinI them theul kill ot anti scud th to insane asylums hut TIll Pressifms never asked that t lscdThe people the saloons oil lington 1 suppose have Idllc r ee thousand people flue Press tide niekels byclos ing up thewc mid makes niekels by stay open 11ml1 beelditing a paper at th time the well was suspectedof causing those deaths and hall insisted tluittlfc well was not poi son and had bjcn instrumental in keeping it oen until it killed others and shlwed that it was I should have iVlt that I owed the community ital oinstll1mwthl for being iw the death of others but The PrcSs does not seem to think it oxvcliany apology fur its complicity ihrlie diatli of others or the illsanit orfJ JJulbrd Its a with strange IIpeople ill tmilworld DEMORESTO CAMPAIGNING rT 1orkts rilnlIlI lroldblttoumt at Height mill Diy 1ThclUio no iroro ardent cnlnIMigtler than New Vorc Prohibition candidate- for mayor W lnint Dttaorest inrj his own jtiCerencw frn retired quirt life ho i stirring nitrop dig with peivisunt appeal for votes for the ProbilJitilJl fl Mailing uircftitiTO ami pamphlets by lts tin lCIII all over Ithe city uigifigiiHrBoiial work huldiny inetttingtBif is Ill luaitisprintf of effort in tae Jvjpire City The fol lowing is a epsc3iiuM of iilrirtiscinenta appearing ll1n the metropolitan per 1Jn rllI fa rue arrd8uireyourji arenahyIem Iuurar whhniu THE Tit UTIU lion a Jon ot wtMii 1O cllttr1 11am nttt uul to mail victorious SJi tidallystnted itlui is fti the liq- uorelNIall4yril ruinr uttrly tIsryI nor Ii rllrfore tlllr uuist IIIt parli ea llgr1- k110 rU mill Intuit dtll1 ntul- IakqIMwuly rnr auint uitthols Ih rulut ralily uraue forth n trayal or the Ire t iivuirnl in iltz Nee rue yaar Ilaa party 111CIIUlllllttod to high wive a Triai tor trasn our reUHlI lh ualry Ueuutl have entire Iro our allscurity ot lillIr track to wit your dtrrulin energy ThrunII your lu5nrna your dumwd nappy rnlft ills rut oruur cltlzell ntwlul fur the pn the traffic J for mayor Vllliiini Wunluull comptrvHeret ksyour voteto an our and clvlllzatloi trln till Illll or lfaxlyeiw Chrlutlsu latrlaa Etidenec or IIIIIa Jtaiges Sipco the abolition of the liquor untie our citms irosperfil as she never did under the system When Pro hibition went iato effect we had a popu lation of only about with twenty two saloons Saw we havo 15000 roil our piilicv orchis not so large as ill the dUi of the falnon good resulting thocmttsof Prohibition lute betsIIfrom that run fully convinced that our people ill never favor the re stab lialnnent of tilt saloon wither by high licenses or other lOethodB J Waters lrnhat judge of Bourbon ty Knn I am well acquainted in Johnson Mi ami Lima n and Anderson counties They havo no saloons There are no sa loons in eaxteru Kansas The Murray law is effect Ninety per cent is the measure of decrease in drunkenness and drinking Let any state try Prohibition even to the extent that wo of Kansas have tried tin law and it will never re turn to tIll t udo again Thuru are millions in it for any state or people B R Porter Probate Judge of Ander son coullt Kau From Inum knowledge diclare that there uiv no saloons in this county of about Ciiiio population have every reason to believe that there is no open naloon in any part of the state drunken PtI11I is a rare thing in To points police court which presume an avenigi court It dots not have one cnse of drunkenness where formerly twenty would stand clurgedA Quinton ProUite Judge of Shawnee county iiicliiiliiig Topoka the capital of Kansas IJ will give any man who will fnr proof of the purchase of much ap one drop ill this county In the whole county with its Inhabitants it would br inilsxsiblu to intoxi cated man by diligent uearch in a weekn time Occasionally you will find an old toper who hli Leon to Missouri for rum but such eases ate few Prohibition b the secret of unparalleled increase ol population und wealth of Kansas in the lust eight yiaw Every respectable citi zen of Kansas is proud of the results prohibitory law and if question were voted on union there would be a majority of not leas than 100000 in favor of the tauT 1 Calvin Probate Judge of Lulietlo county Kan Statements similar to tho above have been made in writing within the lust two weeks by tho probate judges of Boveutylivo of tho counties of the stole of KaWUlAI ITHE CHARGE OF THE DRINK BRIGADE Nety Itrnillnc of TrnnyminH Celebrate luLU Turin Through the the Into tin not six hundred Thousands up their cry nut to reason why Theirs but to drink and nil Into the tally of litre1id wally a hundred to the risht them ItullI to tho left of trout then From told they Ml Fighting battle tilt of death to mouth a hundred ote the husbands there heireycbuih glare children fnlr llfar their aims air the wouderrL Set time iftelunl ultra Raid pure leeach llmou strlres Into those lilies niareh ouwnrtl the and JIun- who front n trunkanie glare bled save ru Seatli marching onward a shill thou they fought and from death and than six hundred atioual Temperance Adrtkata HOW TO UNITE John Wnolloy IJIvcs Soniu 1ructlrn on the Mutter Henry Ward Beecher sold speaking of our foreign population When a lira swallows an ox the ox becomes lion Thats true So is this When the loon power of this country swallow every election as it does nineteen twentieths of the Christian vote thin Christian vote becomes saloon power ofIseems sa loon are united While God is Got every man that is right is united to ever other until that is right mill the procesi of getting right is ono of separation having to do with God and self without reference to union with To my wind the main question aboui union is What for Just to be socia better friend I lucent time Unto to let the saloon live for royalty for using the public conscience Id rutlioi be alone than with the world on such basis Union to hunt the saloon to deal now Im there Come on everybody The principal matter is not to get crowd together but for the average tout perance man to get himself together He is now a tsihl 0the uispluminous- but gaseous and tho more you see then together the deeper youll be in the swamp The woods lire full of just as good temperance men as you but tot many of them are full of nothing hut more or less inflammable gas It nmsi not bo thought that deny good inten tions to the complaisant temperance man Not at all But if God tells uu to d fend cause and Mother maul to betray it fur money must stay npitrl till God unites us know iwtr placable friends say ther hate the salot hatred varying frost t250 a year to ts much quarter but cannot walk with the ciuiinorciul trav elers toward Prohibition our faces art looking differnt ways think hate the saloon trot moneys worth but lifeii worth my homos worth my hope worth here mid hereafter am out ol trade living on my interest in the riches of Gids grace in Jesus Christ awl by blood of the Son of Gol Ill traffic with no dram seller am practical very likely but cant hp it Coronation in a license temperanct meeting sounds to mo like this tic lower Jesus name antfeis prostrate rail tiring roan the diadem Union is not the principal thing but tightness Wo ought to unite in prayer for a baptism of common sense so that wo would all see that our matter with tho saloon is n light and not a parade We have too many drum majors and too few muskets so to speak The cry lug ncollof our reform humanly speak tag is business sense Wo havo fibtm danco of whatby courtesy wo way call the salt of tho oUlthof a brackish und earthy quality to ho sure but al most no enterprise In downright strength of material in this bald travesty of free and Chris government one saloon keeper counts as much as a whole church so rimy pastor people sexton nUll under taker Figures for that There am approxi mately drumsellers in this coun try and approximately 200000 Christian jhurchiM and tho saloon wins David Hill was simply a wise child of dark ness when ho ho would rather have iho tuitions on sido than the churches ind it same kind of wisdom that lilts Senator Quay at the head of his itstootWhat is to be dune Dont they call threshing machines separators Union 3igntil Ira u Ililltlrul Iarty As IIg as the people imagine that the rohHitioii party is merely a temper nrc iif gone into politics that loiy ill its growth hslow fitful and un enain As soon as they realize thin fact hat Prohibition party is a hunt tide ilhiivl organization presenting to tho rill the only practical method of se tilling good government and obtaining eiiii from the burdens under which wf III RACKET STORE 11 13 W Main Strut cool weallier will soon bo here Wo are fixed for it witn the largest stock of FALL Bud WINTER GOODS Wo have ever shown Underwear for Men at 20254148 up to 124 eachrLadies YStll at 20 25 45 50 up to 125 each t cnchhosieryWhite Blankets 75 100 125 to 1000 a pair prutsHIIVHu CloaksNellieBolls Girdles Kid Gloves Cashmere Gloves Ac J Clanks cotton three spools for eta Sewing silk at four rents per spool Isecdlcs and Pins at edit paper rjIIFCream ExtractiBE SURE TO ORDER THAT BRAND MADE BY Lexington Roller Mills Co JOS Le COMPTE Secc Manager Heating Stoves Furnaces Aeon Hard Goal Base Htitun Are Always lie fiid CARBON FAVORITE a new soft coal BASE HEATER is a fine stove Our stock must be seen to be appreciated Economy and I Tronic Warm Air Furnaces AUK TIlE ItEST MAIJK And sell rapidly 1fon want a Warm Air Furnace get tho BEST of usio charge for estimates Our stuck is complete in all departments nod wo sell as cheap as the cheapest Give us a call Itespcctfully VANCE FEU WET20 WEST MAIN STREET POPULAR RESTAURANT FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN NOW BEING REFURNISHED The Phoenix Motel Restaurant Sell Oysters Gaq and EuenylqgineasDnST- RICTLY PIRST CLASS Best in Lexington J H DAVIDSON Propr HIID IDsL GFtA V ESDEAIJillS IX Ornamentalflronze and Plain Hardware CUTLERY CUNS AMUNdT1- 0NMANTELS AND GRATES TILING peuletM und Jllaoksinhlis Tools Hope Chain Belling IMimps hurts NfiiI NCoal YaseM ami lluds Fire IronBird Caues and li ruse Farm Goods Itarliedaiul and Smooth Win und livadj llixid I plat 56 58 E Main St Tel ephnel84 COIliE AL 41 limb SEE OVERSTREET WILSONS 141TGANT- New Drug Store No 15 NORTHERN BANK BLOCK SHORT ST Whore Only FirstClass Goods will be Sold in Every Depiirtinent at LOWEST PR ICES IP IR TT ID El IsPS Marble and Granite Works 44 W Main St near Broadway LEINGTOljp KENTUCKY TzMETERY lVORK OF ALL KINDS Nirfidl xeetcd Ant Ouurus 1jtOMiTLV FILLED SATISFACTION GUAUANTKKD i P THE IJLADK XOIISII lion Sumac J DhIilo ofMidi Ipin for ProNldciit of tlw Ililtcd States and Itur John A Brooks of Missouri for Vice Prow itIdentIn making the above notniim tions for the Prohibition candi for President and Viet 1dates of the United States 1 hove the following explanation to make When Mr Brooks of this city of the State Executive Commit tee of Kentucky and I were re turning together from Louisville a few days since where we both had gone to meet lion Samuel J Dickie Chairman of the National Executive Committee Mr Brook expressed the regret that he had not asked Mr Dickie his as to who would be tic next Presidentialnominee of our partyI I had intended to ask him the same question but be coming like Mr Brook ubsorbcdI in the matteis that Dickie eo enticingly ottered to our consideration I forgot the question about the Presidency Since then I have canvassed the question in my own mind rind both as an intuition mil as the result of subsequent logical reflection I am possessed of the conviction that the unites of Dickie and Brook should Hn 3892 represent the Prohibition ideals for President and Vice President of the United Statesi Two points of their fitness is that one represents the North and the other the South and the one the Federal aiut tho other the Confederate side in the war the first probably having been in the Federal army if he was old enough and the latter certainly having been in the Confederate army If couldhave been possible other things being equal so to have reversed the case as that the nomination tor President could have come from the Southand that for Vice President could have come from the North I would have preferred that both bicauEe our last Presidential nominee Fisk was from the North and because I would like to show to the world that in the Prohibition party there is no ne cessity for that sycophantic truckling that the Democratic party always shows by concddiug as a right to the North the nomi nee for resident a Willingness to take pie when cant pudding and a tacitadmission of the known dogma of the Northern Democrat that it is yet too soon after tho war for the Southern Democrat to bo trusted farIf Grady of Georgia were living tipfact of his Southern birth ht make me him over Mr Dickie as the PIesidentialllominee As a political party our principles demand that we should re verse what is known among the Democrats as the dark horse do not want a man run into tho Presidency because he is so little known that nobody con say anything against him but we want a man who is thoroughly and favorably known Mr Dickies extreme activity in the Prohibition cause has in troduced him to almost every Prohibitionist in time United States his eminent success in the management of the nuttirs of the purty has gained their unquali fied approbation mill his name is known almost as a lovtd mem ber of the fancily in thousands and thouFands of tho households of the most moral and intelligent people of tho United States To my admiration of him as I knew hun only through the pub lic prints my lute personal lie quaintunco hus added nn enthu siasm that hardly knows bom ds and I believe this will be time sentiment of every Prohibitionist that suet at the late meeting at Louisville lie is personally exceedingly etgaYluit that smacks of time obsequious ness of the professional politician as wo see him in Kentucky With tho most beautiful dignity ho blends easiness of ap proach that is perfectly charming and in his personelle he is magnetic to a degree that is phenomenal Ho is eminently scholarly and collegefullichuguu vorsity In his knowledge of the general principles and details of Prohibition ho knows every plHt of its machinery finance IInd policy and imparts it to other with the facility of the skilled professional teacher that ho hns been He is in the prime of life the very picture of health Lapp ness and dresses in tho line taste lrHgelJkllowlI and Missouri especially as a mill inter in the Christian church which next to tho Methodist I think is doing most for tho Prohibition cause lIe is a very handsome man 01 vigorousinadvantage of tho informatioi gained in the campaign with tin lamented Fisk and of a special campaign in this Stafe Dickie is a fine orator The church to which he belongs is especially influential in the Virginias in Kentucky and in Missouri Ho was educated at Bethany Virginia now West Virginia was for sometime a minister in this State and subsequently in Missouri Time support of tho CJiristian church would give him of itself tho nucleus of a formidable back ingIt is not the policy of tho Pro hibition party even if it had no conscientious compunctions to profess to believe that wliTBh is impossible and I do not believe that these gentlemen would be elected in ltiQ2 but believe that they would quadruple the vote of Fisk and Brooks in 180 and that in 1806 these two gentle men if they are then time cumuli dates of the party as I hope they will live to be will under any circumstances stand a lighting chance for the Presidency and Vice Prcsidedcy mad wouldal most certainly be elected if the Farmers Alliance combines with Prohibition as it certainly ought to do on time groundof priorty of occupancy it nothing else In any event I oelieve that nemocIuc and HIllIIthobetween them and Powderlys Powderly and the Alli slice people are continually ed dorsing tl Prohibitionists be cause they can do so and Prohi bition is a plunk in the platforms- of both of those parties while tho Prohibitionists cannot III dorse thom because time only essential plank in the Prohibition platform is Prohibition At any rate the Democrats and Republicans will both be beaten because tariff and protection are ii dead issue which tho people have gotten fired of hearing of consider impassible of adjust mentand immaterial how ndjust cd if it were possible This nomination is rondo with no intimation about a nomination from any other source aid I would be glad to hear thb senti ment of some of our active Pro hibitionists on the subject How to Talk to Hac People in lie Moon A Story for nine Crass Blade- Stuckkoldeii Let me tell you a little story You will find it somewhere in Edgar A Toes writings Ounce upon a time sonic scion tific gent emem conceived that they could communicate with the people that lived in the moon- y getting all tho people in the world to holler at one time so that the people in the moon would hear them They advertised their plans in time newspapers und talked about it mid set the day aunt hour minute and sec ond when everybody was to holler all at once They put it several years in the future so that they would have plentyut plunsllwlo as to what effect a rolid simultane ous shout of all tho people in the world would have upon the earth and tho planets and fixed its rs But the year the month the week anti finally time daycanto for the bi shunt People waitltlt- romulun81 for the hum into breathlessgrew expectancy as the minute canoe and when the second for everybody to shout finally came there were only two men in tho world that hollered omMvas in Russia and tho other ill Patagonia Everybody else was listening to hear the racket Now the finest people in tho country hove pledged mo their stock tor the ititnm hatss liiauum- ind havo told mo that theytviii pay me 200 a year for my1u per Some of them have done su mutt are doing so but the largei part are waiting to hear till rack et Some of till finest people in time city and county have paid tin their stock ant subscription and promised me more if I needed it otherRIard more trouble than the ninety and nine that did notINow I am to talk to you gentlemen straight from tlu shoulderThe day I heard from Mr Nu thrill P Cochran into whose business I have been paying mone ever since I was ol age and whosefuther before him wits patronized by my father be fore me that he was afraid to pay me the stock that ho lout subscribed to the BIAUK lest it might hold him liable for the debts of the BLADE a chief fea tare of which I suppose the ring Democrats will circulate will be the thousands of donuts of libel suits that the BIMDK will have annually to pay thoughas the Frankfort Argus says nobody as yet said that it lied In the first place the articles of incorporation for the BLADE were written by perhaps the very finest lawyer in Lexington and ho then signed his name as a stockholder to the articles stat ing that no man was responsible beyond the amount of his subscription Common sense ought to dictate that a lawyer of that kind would not make a noose to stick his own neck in He paid his stock in beginningIn allay the solicitude of brother Cochran I issued to nil the stockholders real or so sailed a circular exploiting thin to avoid any possible responsibility of any stockholder even for the moral tone of the paper I would not record the articles of Agreement asjvas the expressed desire of time Court House meet of these stockholders Now receive from Dr Ock ford of this city one of the tock molders of time BLADK who saw muse to absent himself from that meetingI1l1tl who as a tutelar and presiding deity of the Transcript may have felt his ores wire trodden upon in the lute unpleasantness between theI rrranscript and tho BLADE statement that he declines to pay his subscription because he will not pay a taxation without rep resell tut ion Of course between Brother Cochran and Brother Ockford there is a nice little Sylla and Charibdis scheme toset me down between two stools without uny money to the excruciating delectation of niycity rivals in iouriittliam But gentlemen I beg leave to inform you for very dollar I lose by you there ire men in this country ready to pay me two when I go to them ind ask Gentlemen your little scheme may cause a ripple ofjollity for the saloons und rung but as a per nancut investment its onlya boom and you had better unload your stock in it The BLADE is here to stay It- easy for mo to go back to my arm but theta arc too marl good men and women all over Kentucky that pray for the suc cess of thisjittlc paper to have it knocked out by nay scheme of that kind As old Dr Chinn said in that otter to the Gazette if with the knowledge of me that this com munity has you have subscribed stock to the BLUE GRASS BLADE the supposition that I was going to try to work a reform in thc politics of this country bIIIIY Democratic or methods then you have stultified yourselves nod nobody else I am a crank but 1 am not a fool mud I am not going to put myself in the attitude of one who asks the Democratic party to iiiock time mulctpinning out of its very foundations by going againstthe whisky truffle In tho Kentucky Gazette of MB city you have an illustrious example ofa paper that is re brining thin s inside tho Dem jcratic Pllftyrh would any jody want a reinforcement in a Held ably occupied Dont you hear tho fulminations of the aiizetto against corruption aint the whisky men trembling in their boots dread of every now issue of it and uint the sober in lustrious workmen and fanners jllolt clamoring for it and running ever the newsboys to get it every time an issue comes out And why should the best Re publicans in Loxinton havo sub scribed for stock in the BLUE JHAS3 BLADE if thoy felt that their champion tho Leader vw ging to rip the whole whisky bus 1l11 up time back I havo declined to take mosey from number of gentlemen be cause I wits not ready for it but I am now ready tar it mind want it Now this notice will bo semi by each man who hits subscribed to tho stock of this paper or promised to pity subscription to it Of tho first class such a man as Solomon L Van Motor hits como and paid for his stock said he was glad to do so and woul help me to get subscribers Of tho latter class such a mill as John Gcss huts come to me said hero arc two dollars Ibi your paper or four if you want it Now I want to say to all you gentlemen who have subscribe d tor the of the BLADS that know and yon know that it is mere pittance as with your finHllcialJthilit and one ol three things 1 think you will have to do as a matter of justice between man and man You must either send me your money as you agreedo do or send mi word that youpvill pay it or that you will p y and one ol these I thillkiin justice to me npolIlthoion of Him of the Silver Ton ue C C Moore Kq Lexington Ky MtuEi8inUtKYOct 2190- 1tttt Simttnmim not a part Prohibitionist for in touch with your u Rational m still consider you a worthy fender of the Fireside I have tv dollars for Billy Brcckinridge wl en he learns a new speech or stu lies or will champion a milohalcauo or show where anybody listened to him ex pecting to be instructed or pro duces an leanest man who willsay that Billyis anything spore than a phonograph talking out what been talked into him bt bosses at Washington or points to a patri otic measure ho introduced or friended in Congress or will show cause why he should not be retired and an abler and bctt jman put in his place If I put the two dollars out at interest until DilIv does these things it will be a handsome sum him Very truly Rev H M Wharton Preaches Prohibition but Dont Give us Hell went Wednesday night to the Short Street Baptist Church to hartonIing here with crowded houses like him He is not didactic and may trip occasionally in allusion to some of the most advanq ed thoughts of his department but he ua very smooth orator and en tcrtainingHe straight goods Prohibition in fact between Pastor Felix and Deinjon W D Bryant he would not stll111chofa show for that pulpit te were not aoiiml on Prohibition I was plemrflitlsurprised at another fact Ho preached from the text It is appointed unto nisi once to die and after this the judgment mild he never said hellonce A man that can preach from that text on a cold night like Wednesday night was and never even soy fire is getting ale ig up to where the Rationalists can reach across the bloody chasm that lies like a gulf between Dives and Lazarus maul shake hands with him Compare this with the preachers who said there were infants in hell a span long when I was a boymull sav that theology is tot evoliitin r From State Committeeman Brooks C C Moore Esq Lexington Ky CIXCIXXVTI Oct 29 1890- MY DEAR Suit I visited Beth uucv Owen County last Sunday mill found that part of the county alive with Prohibitionists Iisms introduced to eight in less than that mall minutes The Postmaster is complaining of not having room to handle his nail systematically be cause of the large nuniber ot Pro hibition papers that pass through his ollice I think they number t fButthat are distributed jmong them Time Blade is first last and they hope never ending The committee will get liberal support from Oten County Yours trnty G M Brooks Its a strange comment upon the John Bivekinridge Democratic Sweet Owen that tins Prohibi tion infatuation ins run away with itliitIomuMore Taffy The BlueGrass Blade is rativnul on subject of Prohibition Give ns more and give it to em Moore The l1 rkr The Worker is not avery big newspaper but shes a mulluni itno if limo Goddard does must unit talkiuir Latin in inv paper Send mo that cow picture Bro Neal want to put it in TIll Blade nil crcditivit to you That cuffis the Boss Bro Neal says I used to teach him in Sundaysehooliuil now he is a Prohibition editor Thats the tray I trained em heretic or no heretic Tlu 2roltlhiiion Mooting III Ironist lllc on Otto horSt At the recent meeting of Chairman Dickie with the Stat Committee at Louisville om point of information was guinea maid two points were discllssedI The information that the National Committee hus tho money and the thorough or ganization to assist and direr the state committees and theI upIpointmentfor Kentucky and time udvisibilit of reinstating the Southern Jour mil with a stock company havingdecided Chairman Dickie pledged tin National Committee for 56000 month toward the payment of his salary time members and visitors present pledging 4200 a month more and it wits decided to licit pledges to be paid monthly upon the plan that will elsewhere in this issue appealI State Committeeman Brooks- It is designed also that the or goesIany excess slurp go to the State Committee- I have only asked one man Mr W D Bryant of this city for a pledge for this fund and he unhesitatingly gave Si50 per month for a year Mr ll wolltodoJ praYOl1ihis example will set the tune for the rich to oxccllan those poorer to approach us scar as they can It we want tosuceeed We mint use money to disseminate infor Illation and organize our forces as other political parties do tho difference being that we can give us a matter of conscience as well as of business while they can ly give for mercenary business by which they hope to gain There need be uo duubt about time com petency with which this money will be handled Never before in American poli tics were people called upon to assist with their Mosey any political issue involving so much of business prosperity mad time moral elevation mind happiness of the people- Several names were suggested for an organizer but no selection was made by the State commit too It would doubtless be glad to suggestionsThe ng the Southern Journal as a stock company was discussed and it was decided that it would be dome if they could for the purpose rnislr35UOUI Time plum lection of a new editor for the journal Editor Sawyer having stated tbjit his lute obligations to his creditors were such that he could no longer be associated with time paper I think the good of the cause demands that there should be an ably edited Prohi bition paprr at Louisville mad I hope that the two that are pro jetted at Stanford and at Bowl ing Green nifty materialize Trees that stand pretty thick are not so liable to be blown down as those that are uttering The in dividual success of Prohibition newspapers in Kentucky would be promoted by having number greatly increased TIll editorials of the Danville Advocate show that it is liable o evolnte into a full fledged party Prohibition paper It is a clean sheet and if it will do this I Jeel almost sure it would greatly enhnnee its business The whole countl is flooded with Democratic newspapers that are as insipid anti vapid as a sucked orange and the people are say ing Give us something tmeshr Hay for Sale and Crass for Rent I have fitly tons of the very finest pure timirotlnt hnt that want to sell amtuvhich I will liver in Lexington utlllolle hun tired acres of good bluegras ele gantly watered that will be line till winter grazing that I want to rent tf CllAUUiS C MliOltK Iui roils Industry Tho following dipping frost a Gran BapUls Mirli lady shows that the farmers nut goiii to bo humbugged much louder by the ntifulllllel promises of the old i urli3 It hat bwi nail that tho patrons of industry won take no active steps in politics but u president of ono of the county orguuuutioiiti at North owtenhmy stated lo u reporter that th time bRa arrived when xomelhiug must bo lout What party do you think will bea enhance yoar btOr1tt was asked I Hlijv that sexilyevery Patron in Kent county will agree with mo that the Prohibition platform if carried out would morn to promote our teltart- hrum that of toy other Do you moan to say that tho Patrons uro solid for tho Prohibition part blol11dnglawa IIIUFMiN SfI1IDS II GD 12 East M ain Street PEST PLAOE IN THE CITY ON Dress Goods Dry Goods Domestics notions- t FINE WOOLENS and SILKS A SPECIALTY PRICES WAY DOWN grand stock of cheap and tine Notions always on hand Give us a call and seriiro pricesKAUT1IA N STRAUS C CO Successors to KI S IUGGS 1t E AST MAIN STUEE1 1dNEW FALL GMDS- CASSELJL PRICE ire lend narlcrs for Everything Nity and Stylish in the Dry Goods and Aolion liiio ELEGANT DRESS GOODS NEW STYLE CLOAKS Underwear and Hosiery Blankets etc All of which can he Ladmit very lowest prices ns they mm r allow any one to undersell them LOCATION 16 18 WEST MAIN STREET JOHN T MILLER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN HARD WAKE IRONSSTEELi NAilS Belting Packing Lace Leather CUTLERY GRATES c c VLST 11 AIN STUEET LEXINGTON KENTUCKY ROBERT KENNEDY SUCCESSOR TO KNOXVILLE FURNITURE CO Wholesale and Retail Dtaler in all Kinds of FURNITURE CLOCKS PM1ES CAMS GIGoods Sold on Weekly or Monthly Payments 51 E Main St Lexington Ky Z GIBBONS AttorneyaHaw0- 1Hces5052E LF XINGTON ICY Short 8t TELEPHONE No3 WINTER REBDING J B MORTON COI Booksellers Druggists In addition to their large stool of books suitable for evening reading have the best facilitie for procuring Books and Period heals to order trout the book con tres of America timid Europe Correspondence invited Address J B MORTON CO 36 East Main Street- LEXIXGTO KY UNIVERSITYCOmmerClau Cheapest Best Business College in tho World IIIshrM Honor nn l Jolt Jlwlnl over all f to1em FwnlonlbkhNearly unistiiilents alltnhuUo f and Foreign fiwiitrlet keepinaitlulneiifurturlng Lecture llnslnejs Iractlcp Mrenn the 1rrspulUlcnle of full llunl iirwCiMirf TultluuFtatloncrran- dlitrl nice family about 5 iJrlIuC nnil T Bmiliy nw IMfliillir liave teachers and taken alone or with the lUislne Inl l lor Ijullci fuEuteteJUJU II SMITH lrc LexlnEtoIl Uy For of tho of P1eauteutChadtTuition for Merchants litisinci Cnnrso spec ial Spccltl Inurso In IlioiKsranliy special Coiioo ye Writing lb Ito and IVmnansliip U per month if taken abuse to taking Itutmoss Conr thtsCoiiegeeontulnecan hail visiting thu Collage ro j I td cT fAt 0bj p- 1I0tcrq- Ul JQr tJj- u 0 0 0 tr- J td Npi w ea 0aq pcfto oCp Cftbjm K fF CJ c1C t7 t grn tq 0 d 00op G F1 I The Aligns Election in DOR NcuneLlMy very plain country home Quakcraero is right plumb in the middle of Dog Fennelin prpcinct From the my house 1 can see the scones of more romance tragedy folklore und prehistoric wonder than can he found in any country view of equal area in the United dont believe itellwait until I get through I wrote a piece in tho old BLADE once about the cflects of whisky that could be seen front mywin dow This is no kin to that Delterent subject Some things that will be in this I have written in some newspapers before My newspaper is a homely paper and as I t run it un til I die or until Prohibition is in an amendment to the Consti tutionof the United States so that the occupation of the Pro hibition editor like that of Col onel Othello will be gone irrevocableabout Dog Fennel in one dose as a means of expediting and facili r tating future reference Dont make any difference if it takes a whole newspaper it will l economize time in the longrun We had an election at the Dog Fennel voting place in August that broke the record althoulh- we are used to pretty sensational things out hero A whole lot of the finest big rich Democratic farmers who were awfully wrought up about the way their party had managed things out here asked me to write it up for the papers 1 did write it up but it never went into type It it had judging from the way the first issue of the BLADE stirred things by some little jokes I got oil on the boys there would 1I1 tthen have been some fresh dirt dugup in my lot in the cemetery It was the recollection of that Au gust election that made the first issue of the BLADE stir the whom State of Kentucky and some lit tie on the ma gin of the regions roundabout The local excitement out here was intense has not cooled oft yet and nothing short of a hard winter will cool it ofl I didInt publish it because the most intel ligent Ulan in Fayette county Republican came to me and ed mo not to do it and a most prominent Democrat represent t ing tho other side in politics also asked me not to do It I am Iad I didnt do it because Imil glad I am alive and Prohibition can not afford to lose a Single voter The regular nominees of the Democratic part on that occa sion are thebest kind of citizens fine formers and my neighbors They simply made on that oc casioji what the trotting horse slungcalls a bad break and 1 dc not think they would do it again for much more than the emolo uments and perquisites of their offices The family of one of these gen tlemen sent me once a very ap propriate recognition ofIt jour nalistic service that I had done Ithom think I would make an for one of tho Democratic f by saying that he was a church deacon and hud gotten aroundIjrcwhereto draw the line on Mon day but then concluded that as I could not make any apology for I the other one it would not be fair thus to discriminate between two of my equally good and val uable neighbors so concluded I wouldnot say anything about it anJIiou and yet its influences will so ramify from oral report that it will make Prohibitionists out of Democrats and Republicans all over Kentucky and clean down to the jumping oil place of l j the Jackson purchase jTheday is not far distant lI disaffected Democrats and jolly Prohibitionists will go into the battle of ballots with the bat tie cry liemember Dog Fennel In the amendment to the Con stitution of the United States that will annihilate the whisky l tariff as effectually and almost fJatcertainlyas such an amend fJJleIlt hUB annihilated slavery memory of tho lust August election in Dog Fenncll be a brick in the new structure as Airs Katherine Dunning Clark calls it- How did this precinct get its nameI toll you Years before 101tho war when a central position was beiiig selected for a voting for this proiinct the Com missioners selected a most tum bledown old log cabin on a cliff overlooking tho classic waters oi North Elkhorn along the banks of which Daniel Boone used to 1 kill Indians The weed called dog fennel which will only grow on the rich t 4 l est of laud and which strange to say is almost extinct here now was growing in great luxuriance all around old building and when they came to name the pre ciuct my friend and kinsman W M Moore said Call it Dog Fete nel and it was so christened Since then the voting place has been changed to a nice schoolhouse a mile oil whore they have school through the week and Sun SundayMajor and other staidand dignified gentlemen thinking the name was a rolloition on the country got an act yf Legis tvInleior ed something else on the poll books but though I live in it J dont even know the new name and dont believe there are twen ty men in the precinct who do and she is Dog Fennel Mlle si mce and that is what you have to call her if you want anybody around here to know what you are talking about Xow Itni going to tell you why it is that anything that Dog Fen neimay do is of more impor tance than anything that any other country precinct in the State may do Its her record When I go for a mans record J start with him the hour he was horn and dont let upon him until the hour he dies 1 believe in pedigrees for men just like my horse neighbors believe in pedigrees for horses and if public sentiinent would let me I would start a mans record two or three generations before he was born but they quote the Scripture which says every tub stand on its own bottom mill being bred to theology I cant go hack on that I will look out of the window at which I am writing and stat ing due north swing around the points of the compass starting west and tell what there is partly in sight andtill within two of where 1 write No 1 My fathers old home now the property of my sister des troyed by fire during the war and rebuilt on a smaller scale Rev William Breckinridge built the ori ginnl house tor a theological semi used to sleep when a little buymnin the smallest room in the house at the head of one of the three stairways that it had The little room was called John C Hreckinridges room because in that room the original of the bronze statute on Cheapside once lived with his mother and was by her trained by a slipper and a cat cch Urn into the kindof man he was r fv iso 2 Ic2ide ieo jof Gen Jack r loiirnoy J ewt to great and only original temperance apostle of this bailiwick alter the plan of the present zealous but misguided Mr Murphy who is a tempcrence lecturer that fights Prohibition Mr Flournoy said the reform ought be brought about JIIIcral suasion He poured all the wine out of the communion bottle at church and had raisins soaked in water for sacramental purposes Old Brother Johnny Giltncr his fellow deacon threw allof the soaked raisins out of the church door and the little niggers ate them upand then Bro Giltner filled up the bottle with wine again and it hats run on that wayclean down to date where the Democrat ic deacon aforesaid still hands it General Flournoy wore a gold medal all his lift that good old Father Mathew the great Irish Catholic temperance apostle gave him The General dieda bache lor He hatla love affair in his young days std wore green clothes all his life winter and summer Green mucous forsaken He died at a green old age leaving more drunkards around him than he startedwith He was the first crank that ever lived in Dog Fen nel and was the only member of the order here to whose memory I feel constrained to dofF naycap as to a superior oilicur He was the wane kind ofu man they used to burn for heretics The people did not know what a crawl was in General Flournoys and they settled his case by calling him crazy No a The Valley Schoolhouse where peripatetic peda gogues taught the young idea how to shoot marbles and where the plastic mind of John G Sinmill was partly shaped to mike him now one of the most prominent men of Louisville No to Lemons Mill into dam of which a negro woman be ing brought hume after having run away hoist her owners ran and jumped and drowned herself N05 Braednlbane the res idence of Rev Dr Hohtr Ureck inridgc who knew more than his ndglHohertClifton all put together who at one time carried on a big farm was Superintendent of Public Instruc tion a Professor in a college was his own attorney in two or three law suits represented one side of a big theological dispute with whole Presbyterian church of Ken tacky on the other side and clean ed them all out wrote a bookcall cd God Objectively Subjective ly Considered that was so big not six men in the United thutI ever read it through and had ty of time left to come over boyNo where blood and music were mixed in murder a duel und picnics Xo7 Two prehistoric fortiii cntions and an ancient tumulus all built when and by whom nobody knows X 08 The residence of Dr Peter one of the most distinguish ed scientists in America XoI Cabells Dale whore Dr HoLt J Brcckinridc and where Chief Justice Ialshalll and Aaron Burr visited in y t al1llllllBrllldlllidge ut to stay can recollect as walking to my boy hood homo Peter and Elizabeth Porter while they owned Goat Island at NiagaraFalls No 10 One of the finest houl ses in the State where Alexander Falkncr the original Arkansas Traveller used to spend a put of his summers with a rich Southern planter the house now containing l1Iuse1umcurred that startled the whole State No 12 Where General John B Castleman was born N 13 The birthplace of the mother of Douglas Shirley the KentllckfCsthete No M Russells Cave the an dent seat of the distinguished Hun ihof that mite and the place where Cassias M and Brown had the famous bloody fight and where is an ancient prehistoric tn miiliis No 15 The former homo of Penniston the saloon man and act or who won 500000 in the Hur vnnnn Lottery spent it in three or four years and is now an inmate of an institution built h Edwin For rest for indigent actoi- Xo 16 The residence of Ma jor Thomas the great apostle of American Turf No 17 A very humble house where the kiufollcs of the Presi dent Harrison lived whose hat has descended to the present incum bent and whore the first Harrison visited when the people shook hands with him untilit was thought to have had something to do with his death No 18 Where Dr Kichardson lived listinguisheIas one of the Professors of Transylvania University No 19 Where Nancy Hanks was born and reared to astonish the world on the turf Suchantecedents as these are what attaches importance to any thing that Dog Fennel play do I am not going to saywhat oc clIIlcdat the Dog Fennel voting place lust August but when the November election comes off want the farmers of Fayettc Count to remember Dog Fennel To the Prohibitionists of Fay ctto Count j Lexington Ky Oct 27 It was the opinion of all who attended the Conference in Louisville on the 23rd inst that the party not only in Kentucky but throughout the south was in a better condition than at anytime in its history and that the work only needed to be pushed to show a marked increase at time polls at the next elections The outline of the work to be done as presented by lion Sam uel J Dickie Chairman of the National Committee was re cieved and will be adopted by the State Committee It is to the effect that an organizer of ability be placed in the field und that each county in the State be or ganised And for this purpose time National Committee offers to assist us liberally The plan adopted for raising the necessary funds will be through pledges to be paid monthly or as nutty be directed by the Committee which we hope will be numcfous maul generous While the nttondullco at Louis ville was not lunge it was backed by men of determination and who gave liberally of their sub stance We desire that every friendof tits Prohibition party and who feels the IIcedof sober govern ment not only in Fayetto county givethisand make as liberal contributions as possible As one of the Committee I will bo gird to recicve anycon tributions either in person or by mail which will be forwarded to C0 Allord Treasurer Padn cuh Ky whowill acknowledge receipt you1maternally G M No 11G last Maxwell llIlOOISJ l NEW TSTORE CHOICKST Teas Coffees Baking Powder China Glasswar Ulld tueenrtnmtre Given as Premiums t- oPULiCIiASIIIIS Goods Delivered Free of Clinrgc Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co 137 East Maui St Next to Post Oilicc Lexington C S BRENT n Grain iDs2S A 21 KOUTir liUOAIMVAY LXINGT N KENTUCKY THE FAI4 CAMPAIGN iNUGGETS OF NEWS FROM THE PRO HIBITION FORCES EVERYWHERE brisk CilllliMlcillns IrIrltlulI far election Duy Ttrkot Printed and trllllltvtmrarkrx In aka riild llur Iuu UIIII Road Uork- lu most of tltdFades there is active nmpaitfiiinK What is missing in the noisy enthusiasm of past years is fully muile tip iu till deep earnestness litical wigiility which shows itsolf in the uumaKenient this The national commit to work in Mon tuna hits culminated in a good mite vention tin nomination of ticket and selection of a good state committee North Dakota wheels into line with a Prohihition Farmers ticket in the tield Mimwri working vigorously against the dif huities of tho disfranchising hal lot reform fit law New Jersey is also handicapped but is doing good work George W Bain Col Chorus Mrs Clara Hoffman and others have pokun in the state Pennsylvania Prohibitionist art hard at work under Chairman Pattern lead Good meetings Imve been held Cninr Nicholls Thonuri Jordan and Mrs Hoffman have spent tome time in the field arid Candidate Gill llicketta and other state speakers are doing good service Tallie Morgans splendid league work now shows results in reaching and using local forces MHssuchiuottB k doing nobly The Silver Lain quartet Hector Bishop Turner others are stumping the state The 1tlmMlmlU08 in Michigan were pate iougar will work there until election Ohio uses every Prohibitionist in the state Chairman Dickie spent two days there Lockwooii Dinwiddie Logan Ross wad a host of other speakers art at work In Maryland Tivker in in the field and will be kept organizing Judge Scottiin the Sixth congressional district Our party will show gmns Washington ull shows good results from wurlc of national commit tee and Organizer tattoo County muter county is falling into lino with Prohibi tion tickets In Tennessee Dr D C Kelloy is vindicated by the Methodist conference but is being hounded by Bishop Granbery His campaign is wonderfully enthusias tic and his vote will bo a large prospects of the Prohibition party in West Virginia are brighter than ever peoIold parties lots increased to an extent that where work has been done for our party we ivi mado largo gains In Mississippi its J B Gambrill has resigned his position under the non partisan State alliance Utterly co tlted he is out mid out for a hibition party- Cmtlifoniia and other states doing nobly Richmond is doing good work the Wisconnin campaign Minnesota forces are hard at it In all the stubs we will be better prepared for election day than ever before Our state local papers have done splendid work in tirring up the forces and exposing oltl1Ity tricks And what of Nebraska Tho Voice IucjIpeople Ntbrjflkii is ablaze with en thusiasm for the Prphibitionllme1lflmtnt Her villages towns n lire safe burring Omaha and Lincoln Our best workers there Much aa our party needed St John Fanning Mrs LuThrop Wolfenbiirgerand others of our best speakers for work in other states they have been given willingly to Ne braska With a fair election Prohibition will win by a grod majority If the amendment is lost it fill be through u villainous conspiracy in which politi- lllls of both old oartifp from national and state oftlmH down have united to cheat and defraud the good clean peo ple of Nebraska byNebruskmtnstricks If nit against such powerful odds it will Lou great victory for right mnr MviliiU nt tliu ruin Uov Dr Villtirs writes of a now use to which medi1 contest is put in diana The managers of several county fairs have offered premiums for contest tints the contest to be given under tho management of W C T workers having mutter In hand lIe attended two of thtw contests and the first day hundreds stood on seemingly tireless feet to loser the chiae throughout The next day draw lisle than 1500 people around platform to hear a class of llerforDll1ncl1I1the THE MILWARD CO J4 siiicl 1O Yo1nl11 St Lexington Ky MUSIC and AR- TDEALERS aOgNs Etchings and Artistic Framing 7 THEP- ERFECTION SURREY Carriages PhaHons Buggies load Carts kindsIboin 1iucns nv De LlJtaG I CDs nptm ats ix HARDWAREGUzi1- TIAIlNJIUA LES- SS And the Largest Iumprov- edftgricul imtl Implements HAY PRESSES DeLONG Co Jon New AllSteel Frame McCormiek Hinder UnrqiiHkd Standard Mower The Vaiutiver Corn Planter lime Malta wad Ohio Corn Cultivators The lust Chilled Plow The Vulcan TIB WO- ODDRUGGISTI 43 E to sc LEXINGTON KY RENEY VOC3TDTCAJLIOIt IN Staple and FancyGroceries FRUITS POULTRY AND VEGETABLES Special attention paid to Country Produce Telephone call 177 TERMS 30 DAYS Cor Broadway and Short Sts JuNius maUD ARE RECEIVING DAILY All the New and Hobby Styles IN- nf n J m rfflmf li1f ir t0r di CHINN ROSS TODD SEOESA FEW SPECIALTIESOUR CELEBRATED ENGLISH tRAIN WAIEENPHAfcT dryOUR nro forheavyOur stock of Metis Shoes is complete from the highest to heaviest COME AX1 SEE OlIt A8SOKT91KXT AM PIUCES S BASSBTT SONS JiJO JflASr MAIN STKISJ L The Cheapest place in the City to Purchase nu DRUGS TOILT ARTICLES Pens Papre and Stationery of All Kinds S AT EDOARS PHARMACY STREETIT G GALYERT 23 EAST MAIN Has received the largest and most Complete Stock ever brought to Lexington WAT0HR DIAMONDS Solid Silver Plated Ware French Amercaii ClockslBrouze3 Goods Solo Agent for the celebrated Apisiz Timing Watch Diamond betting specialty Fine Timing Watches repaired and warranted u FINE TAILORING FALL 189OW- etiara just opened now IIC handsomest lino of Foreign Piece Goods we have over shown Wo have greatly increased our facilities for lino work show you ns handsome and stylish garments as any mado in this country Look through our stock and place your orders early before tho fall rush cones All work turned oUt promptly Wilson Hunt and Co WHITE HALL BAKER BROS No 12 NORTH LIMES J ONE ST MnnufucturfrH and Dealers in Carriages Buggies Photons etc Itoimiriiif promptly done and on rctNoiiahlc terms They are also agents for FRAIZER CELEBRATED CARTS We also have a stock of PONY CARTS ou hand COME AND SEE U- SBAKER and BROS JITcLcJFrnProsthetic dentistry separated from operative dentistry They do not belong to each other ami should not keep com puny A Prosthetic Dentist is one who gives his whole time to artificial teeth leaving the lilting to he duce by operativo dentists I tithe all impressions ruin do all work myself thus avoidingmi-ll risk lly charges will he as light as 1 can afford to Months diflbr more than do facesno two heing alike therefore no fixed price can be given until after an examiiiiitroii Teeth made on any material which patients uwy prefer I did nil time platework for the lute Dr S Drigirs during a pmo1of twelve years I did all of Dr i1 Purees work whilst lie was in Lexington mind hue mule thousands of sets of teeth for other dentists Confining myself exclusively to tho prosthetic branch of den tistry will I course do sUl liul work Cleansing extracting and straightening tooth included in my specialty No charge lot miblits Oflico and laboratory in Jtihiit Huilding directly over Mrs SoniMis Manicure Parlors Entrance on Walnut Street opposito Government Building F B BOSWORTH