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ROBERTS You have doubtless observed recently l3.;s)WJnrullIegaltendersllYer. besides after the close ef the war, when the value sympathy or working men and women $78,218,577 In subsidiary what appears to be quite a formidable silver coins, which of oar currency was 71 cents on the dolPa cis and their dependent families can content are that no further; demonstration In favor of the free coinage tender plate the posslbllty of such a calamity 110. legal the real in payments not exceeding lar, and it was quite certain1SG0 this country of Question for thn nrnntn tn depression would occur. In Office: Corner Duncaa A?eas amj- and silver by certain large manufacturing ATTonsrsYs. without feeling that it Is his duty, whether decide is whether they will continue to use wai on a gold basis and had been on that interests In the eastern part of the countrj". he occupies a public or a private station, the coins of both Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. basis for many years, under the operation upon the ground that If we continue to metals or adopt a moneemploy every honorable means at his tary system to which always has had and al- of the acts of lb34 and 1S37. Wages were maintain our present standard of value His Address to the Work-ingm-er command to avert it fiOffke Hours: 8 to 10 a. ways will drive one of them out of the counE. B. HOGG, then paid in gold or Its equivalent, and by the silver standard countries, especially f. l'urchaalng Power of Sliver Lessened. ni-- , 7 1 S p. m. 1 am not here, therefore, this eventry. reducing the wages paid In a depreciated India, China and Japan, will soon be able of Chicago. While the sudden expulsion of $520,000,000 ing to advocate the exclusive use of gold turrency to a gold basis, and 'comparing to undersell them In the markets of the --t t i tA TTORXEY A T LA W. In gold from our stock of money would coin as money, or to oppose a conservative them with the rates paid in gold in iwu, world. Reduced to Its simplest form, the we shall have another demonstration of proposition of these gentlemen Is that the tself be sutnclent to create a and safe use of silver coin as money ...Spaci.ii.TiBS... unparalleled in the history of this with gold and at a parity with gold, along the Injurious effects of cheap money on manufacturers of ce aln kinds of goods in Richmond, but Kentucky. or any other country, the situation would am hero to Insist that we shall not abandonI tho Interests of the laborer On this basis this country cannot continue to pay their Eye, Ear, Nose, Thuoat axb Stomack be very greatly aggravated by the fact that the present legal standard of the laborer received 76 cents and 2 mills in laborers high wages in gold, or its equivexpel Fre9 Coinage Would Drive Gold Out the purchasing power of all the remainder all the gold from the country,value, adopt IS63, instead of the gold dollar he received alent, and compete successfully in the and our currency would be suddenly reduced silver monometallism, with fiee coinage in I860; in 1S54 he received W cents and S markets abroad with the manufacturers of of Office No. u Firt street, up stairs. f; we should have only about of a nominal dollar worth intrinsically only mills Instead of a gold dolar, and in 1S65 similar goods In silver standard countries, V- about of the Country, two-thirDE. A. E. STEWART, as much currency as we have Cl or 62 cents. I am here to insist that the he received C6 cents and 2 mills Instead of a who pay their laborers low wages In de- rcyearn cr tne nmcteentii century, TheBnreau of Statistics show that ex gold dollar. In other words, the wages preciated silver, and. therefore, they Innow. and at the same time it would be so mints of the United States, which were conand In this great and free republic, the peoPHYSICIAN AND SURGMOX, depreciated in value that it would require structed and are maintained and operated of the laborer, measured by gold as they sist that a monetary shall be adoptports for the month of Jlareh" were currency, ed here which shall give them the ad- ple themselves will imitate the bad Euabout twice as muc as we have now to at the expense of all the people, shall not were In 1SS0, when we had a sound 1S6S, by the corrupt potentates of Richmond, more In greater than for March 1895 in GRANT E. LILLY, transact the business of the country, pro- be used for the exclusive benefit of the own- had fallen about 24 per cent. nearly 44 per vantage of paying for their labor In depre- rope,set K.2NTVCKY-have made their names forever Reduce the Purchasing Powsr of vided there should be any business to tran- ers of stiver bullion under a law giving them than 19 per cent. In 1SC4, and ciated silver. "The theory is that with odious who history depreciated of tender sact. the right to have 51 or 52 cents worth of cent, in 1SC5, when we had a force of this free coinage in legal countrysilver the wages of theirin subjects by debasing the money grain. Laborers' Wages, Orrics; are Msis ...... A TTORXEY-- TLA II', the Industnt-i- r laborers hi would be paid trious poor of the and robbing of their la-- -' col cd a'ld currency; is gentlemen, the Congress Owens has been allowed $2,-0.Vl.trk.OV rf- -tl Double Standard of Value Always a Failure. stamped .ei a dollar,free of charge you Illustrationand, greatly augmented by the of silver dollarsthis - "" - 3 '7r vMfcn.x In worth about half as much bor. The greatest Just rewards of absclute1.' as. &. Xt and compelling crime short The attempt to maintain what is called and all others to receive it from them as a facts that these reductions in the rates of as gold dollars, but the product of labor, political enslavement that could be om- -. for expenses in the Denny contest. Richmond, Kextecky. the double standard of value, that is. the dollar. All the mints of the United States, wages occurred at a time when several which would belong "3 the employer, would mltted against the worklngman In this' attempt to keep the legal tender coins of operated to their full capacity, and doing hundred thousand laborers had been with- be sold for gold la the markets abroad, country would be to confiscate his libor' And Increase the Prices of All ComMoonshiners hanged a spotter in Tenthe two metals, gold and silver. In use as no other work, could not coin Into standard drawn from the field of competition, when and that the gold thus obtained would be for the benefit of the employer by destroy- -, DR. O. A. KENNEDY, modities. money arthe'same Mme. upon a ratio of silver dollars exchanged for sliver at about the rate of Ing the value of the money In which his' nessee. the government was engaged In the proseproOffice 8. W corner Main and Second streets value fixed by law, has repeatedly been duction of silver in our of the annual but cution of a great war, and was expending one dollar In gold for two dollars wages are paid- - but. gentlemen, this lrrep-- j own country, John Bon eman was acquitted at Mc-K- up stairs. Will practice in all the courts or PHYSICIAN AND SUJIGMON, process would go on. arable wrong can never be perpetuited-unde- r by kings and parliaments In every notwithstanding this, it Is seriously pro- - money lavishly for all kinds of supplies In silver: and thus made civilized country in the world, and it has rosed to offer free coinage to all the silver for the army and navy, and when the prices the employer gett . guld of full value Madivm and adjeinlw; oeantujs and Coortof our system of government unlesti thel Richmond. of the murder of Charles Jones. fn the world at a legal valuation almost of all the products of labor had largely and the laborer get ng depreelated silver. laboring man himself assists in forglnjrhisj failed again and again in every one of orklngmen as a Creditor Class SHoul Kektwhcy Appeals. of these gentlemen, J them, and it requires no Eft of prophecy double Its commercial value In the markets increased. Surely, if there ever can Be a Which, In the oplnI , a 100- IlrcelTC Their Tar to foresee that It must continue to fall so of the foreign countries where it is pro- time when an abundance of cheap money would be a most ippj" solution of this own chains. gentlemen, having submitted, of ladies, all the ladies, praipe And now, Cent Dollar. long as self Interest constitutes a controll- duced. The annual production of silver In will Increase the wages and improve the question. If the Interests of labor aro to as briefly and as plainly as the natuic of ap Harmless White Lilac Cream. Oftceirsiit,a.d4t,S(,'eh ing factor In the business affairs of men. the world Is about J216.O00.O0O at our coining condition of laboring men, these results be left entirely out e f consideration, and If the subject would permit, some of the reaV. B. SMITH, under" It were not reasonably cei tain that a sud- sons why I think Without trespassing upon your patience to rate, and the annual capacity of our mints ought to have been accomplishedclrcum-BtaacInterests d err and skin lotion, removes face blotches "black den of favorable to coin standard silver dollars Is only abouf the combination especially in the great would1 evolution In our monetary system the maintenance of a sound and stable cur- -j hevds," tare, etc 10 anil 25.c The following is theiull text, of the review the monetary history of other counexisting, at once crrest the progresof all tur experiment has been $10,000,000. Last A TTORXEY AT LA II tries most sincerely coined $13,233,473 In thank DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, " address by John G. Carlisle, sec-tai- -j made In which this may be advantageous gold. $3,00,430 in year weso that if our mints centers of industry, from 1S61 to 1S65, and industries .and produce almost universal rency,and patient atttentlon, and for your' makes rosy Hurley's Sarsaparilia, r"vnt and failed, it will desilver; In our bankruptcj-- this scheme to make the era. kind you no longer. to refer briefly to our own experience upon were devoted exclusively to the free coin- yet there has been no other period so rapUniU-of the 45-4-9 States treasury, Richmond, cheeks liver and kitlnevs. ploj-e- r Kentucky. Richmond. very rich and the laborer very poor tain history when the rates of wages fell this it was determined lo . Kentucky of sliver dollars the addition the workingroen of Chicago at adoptsubject. Whensystem for the United age our standard metallic money would be idly or so low. might be worthj' of serious consideration a monetary to stock of but the American laborer has a right to deExperience of Chill an Example. States and establish a mint, Alexander about $15,000,000 less every year than It Is the uditorium hall in Unit city: pHHjBjalboKJB(TjR mand paj' for his work in as good money Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, two men be good money The recent experience OH;e inol Iins Bnildinc. Telephone at ogee aad rsMwusce. 0 Onr of the Meat ImKrtant of Ecomonlo who differed widely upon almost every now.and it would not than 15 yeara after It Chill furnishes another of the republic of as the employer receives for his prodrt3 C was coined. More would Impressive warnIn any part of the world, and when he surnentlonfu public question, and whose names as found- elapse before we could at this rate coin ing to the wage-earn- er against the evils renders this right he is doomed to the parties enough depreciated sllverdollars to sup- of a depreciated currency- - That country Mr President and Gentlemen: I am hero ers and leaders of their respective G. W. EVANS, M. D., same fate that has alreadj- - overtaken his K 0. DIVISION. 0. & D. M. CHENAULT, r,. eienlng In response to a comtnunlcn-ti- - will live as lone as our political literature ply the place of the good gold dollars ex- had for a long time the doublo in the sllvei standard several months ago from a is read, agreed that in determining what pelled from the country, and. In the meanstandard of value, with coinage of legal brothers simple Justice to saj incountries Richmond. this conIt is but Kevtbcky. be the coinage be time, a complete revolution would have to tender gold and silver at the rate of 16.39 nection, 1896.Lv Effect March i mvfr of gentlemen connected with arl- - should goldandsllver.the or legal ratiocomthat the great body of employers. ATTORXEYS AT LAW, true relative Having retired fret - iatur organizations of this city, ln- - tween be effected In our commercial relations to 1, but as this was a considerable undera vast majorltj of the, men who have em- BOVXD. XORTII , veral years ago, far .r me to address them and their fel- -i mercial value of the two metals In the with other nations, and In all our domestic valuation of silver, tne coins of that metal barra-se- d their capital In Industrial enterself I agam 08 .v reaT CSIZLZTT? n n irkmgmen upon the currency and markets of the world must first be asbusiness affairs. Including a readjustment went out of circulation and gold constifor success ijpoi prises ard are relj-lnRichmond, Kentucky. People ot KKtaa. a.m. v.m M- tuted the medium of exchange and actual their skill and energy In the prosecution of t in' ial questions, which were then and certained, and that this relative value of the wages of labor, the prices of comS y 3.1!) fi 20 o ',li agitating the minds our people when ascertained should be Incorporated modities, the rates of municipal, state and standard of value until about the begin0 y Richmond . e their bit Iness, do not want the present series wa a - all parts of the countrj. ofWhen that into the statute as the basis of the pro- -, federal taxation, charges for transportaning of the year 1S76; but as soon as the standard of value overthrown, bestreet (y 33 Red House .............. rjrounnatlon reached me It was not In posed system of coinage. Although they tion, and every other matter Involving the commercial value of silver fell below the cause they knov the establishment of silOffice on Second street, over Uhenault's gro ....... use of money or credit-LabShearer i 6.40 flower to designate a time when my were party leaders, they were statesmen ratio of 16.39 to 1 as compared with gold, ver mon"meta' ' n would be ruinous to eery. "- - uil duties would permit me to come and patriots, and when they were called on 3.41 ,;.44 2 31 all the gold went out of circulation and tho them ard to all who are denendent upon Ford Would Suffer. great business question country had silver monometallism. In ' but 1 promised to hold the matter to consider this - 4.04 7io 2 55 We should descend by a single step from 1875, before this change took place, the them for employment, or for the supplj" of Winchester DR. T. J. TAYLOR, t r consideration and come whenever affecting all the private affairs xf their -- 4.35 they gave it a thorough and the highest standard of value to silver peso, or dollar, of Chill, was worth about commodities at reasonable prices. Paris mipht be possible to do ro, and I now 7.43 3.33 PracMiimer Mt Jfe&cme md . i Worklngmen the Creditor Class. impartial Investigation upon its merits, monometallism, with a contracted and at SS cents in our money, but In 1SS5, 10 years upon STEPHEN D. PA.RRISH, 5.0S 8 21 4.18 rraulate myself found mj good fortune without regard to the effect their decision the same time a depreciated currency, Cynthiana.. gold went out and silver came In, tho an opportunity having at last this Question affected If 5.51 on 5.0G Richmond ralmoutn. upon their own political for- a financial experiment which has no prece- after was worth less than 53 cents In our only the solution of and amount have Kentucky. nfet this great assemblage of laborintf might or upon the political fortunes of their dent In the monetary history of the world peso THE BEST the character 6.56 10.24 6.11 A TTORXEY AT LA IF. Covington.., tunes money. Silver continued to depreciate, power of the future earnings of It and to discuss In their 1 changes have r o I consider one of the most lmpor-- i followers These great men were never Fortunately, when the circulation heretoand, besides, large amounts of paper cur- the American laborer. It would still be a Office ana residence ou Third Street. 17.05 10 30 6.20 .'. Cincinnati.- -. by the - onomlc questions that can possibly disturbed for a moment by the delusion fore been made In issued . to him, of the gravest Richmond, Kentucky. of the coins of one metal fot rency were and in by the0 government and subjeft Importance Is greatly Increased by lfcS5, years after the but its In that congress could fix by statute the actual substitution the other, the difference In thei the banks, j e the attention of 8.10 gold and silver any the coins of l or relative values of any other country. change from the gold basis to the sliver Ihe fact that the satety and value of a is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't Millersbur: i value has been veiy small, and the process basis, the peso was worth only about 34 . fix the Carlisle 8 2S very considerable pan of his past earnRelation of the Currency Question to more than It could of a by statute lead actual of substitution has been gradual and crePatents, Caveats, Trade .Maries, Designs, Etc pound of and a or relative values cents in our money. Let us see, now, what ings are also Involved. The thrifty and forget to take it. Now is the time you 9.45 no great VVorkliigmeii. disturbance. UnReport as to patentability of invention Free of pound of iron. They knew that gold and ated the net of financial difference In value effect this cheap money, or in otner words, provident workingmi.u. anticipating a time need it most to wake up your Liver. A Maysville... 1792 the ' Charge. Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, n 'her the general business of thepeo- - silver, like all other exchangeable things, der this system of be disabled between the coins at the legal ratio was you are asked silver monometallism which when he maj-has endeavoredor deprived ot sluggish Livei brings or. Malaria, Fever - all be Before applying for a patent, write me. to adopt here, had upon the employment, save somewith good money are commodities, and that their value will I little over one per cent., and yet, and many Ague, . In world. They whether order to prothing out of his earnings, ru( money,transacted the wages of labor be fixedthat the markets of thecompetent. In only a less than one year after the enact- wagesatof labor in that country. Our min- vide for the comfort of hisin toife and chil- and which Rheumatism, constitution ether DENTAL SURGEON, SOUTH BOUXD. within and ills It was entirely paid inasoundandbtablecurrency. knew shatter the ister Santiago hasvery recently made an ment v ' h full i urchaslng power In the markets and Richmond, official fact necessary, for congress to declare the pelled of that statute, congress was comur)n this it away Don't forget the word to reinforce our stock of money by subject, investigationnot yetreport published, dren In the future, and Ithas laid bank or wreck health. Kentscict been In a which has V' n-- iinj are exchanged for the neces-rar- -, ratio upon which the two metals should be making certain foreign coins legal tender P. M. P M. at home, or deposited It is SIMMONS LIVER Richmond ... REGULATOR rHTSICIANS. s ol ufe, or in a depreciat-- and fluctii-- t coined at the mint. If they were to be coined 11 43 payment of debts: and on the same from which It appears that In the northern building association, or Invested it in a rum-ncy- , having no fixed value and at all, but they knew equally well that If In the the passage of the act of 1S34, which part of Chill, where labor has always been life Insurance policy, or loaned It to some REGULATOR vou want The word R ie Fort Estill.... a. m. 1.20 OrrrcE-Sm- ith bearing no permanent relation Ho declared did demand than elsewhere, on confidence. buiWing, Mmb Sheer. CXSe, in whom he distinguishes it from all other Whites t"r. foreurrent prices of commodities, are the ratio so with the ratio not correspond day of country on a gold basis by under- in greaterthe great nitrate.fields locatedac- friend a debtor, but hascreditor, ana the put the (f- - . t 12.01 1.32 substantially which the comin is not of a valuing silver about one per cent., con- count section or tne country, very besides this, SlMAiONS remedies. And. Berea c .. s iors which affect the comfort and DR. H. R. GIBSOX, mercial world had established, the coins gress passed another statute making the that torporatlons and Individuals having "Practice humtd l'ttif eatfetiy. 12.09 home and the peac- of the two metals could not be kept In use gold coins of Great Britain, Torlugal, Brachange took place even In the n r i:u.l l"pu.ess of everj- - pry of his earnings are indebted to LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator ol the Livingston-...- , 1.10 240 J prosperity of ev community While as money at the same time, ana, conserates of wages, notwithstanding the gre- -t him, and ought to pay- what they owe him Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your Richmond .... zil, France, Mexico end Colombia legal tenJ C. MORGAN. . A.TA.T PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, quently, as T have already said, they de I I j.re deepl interested In the settlement 1.25 in of debts, fall In the value of the currency thrt Is, 10 Just as good monej- as he put Into their system may be Kept in good condition. aese questions, it is unfortunately the termined to ascertain tne commercial ratio der by weight as the payment against a laborers continued to receive in dt PrFort Estill ... hands. thus providing, Is FOR THE DLOOD take SIMMONS Richmond. equally Kentucky. MORGAN & YATES, Accoidlng to tho latest reports the sav- ac that all will not be upon affected and to adopt It They reached the con- contraction of the far as possible, account of edated money about the same amount ihey currency on Duncannon .. an erroneous decision them The clusion that the true commercial ratio at the expulsion of received before in good money. In lngs banks In jour own state hold $24,357,-40- u Liver Regulvtc". it is the best b ood Silver Creek. the DENTISTS, man, the man who has accumu-- l that time was fifteen to one, that Is, that During the war, silver from was circulation on deposit for &3.b02 people, or an averthe peso was worth SS'fc cents, a 2 20 leaving the wht-purifier and corrector. Try it andjiote when gold i property or hoarded money, is al- - fifteen ounces of silver were equal In value country, legal tender treasury notes were mechanic, a boiler maktr, a blacksmith, ,t age of $257 for eaeh oeposltor, and In the Otfiee in the Joe Collins building, ig aad ao SecRichmond, 2 45 Look for the RED Z Paint Lick.... s, xtmpt from many of the most ser-- c ! to one ounce of gold, and accordingly the .rapidly issued, under the authority of con- carpenter, a fireman and an ordinarv whole country they hold $l,!sl9,537,t00 for the difference. i Kenthcx.. ond Street, over White's new drugstore 27- conequences of a financial or lndus- - act of 1792. which was our first coinage law, gress, to take Its place, and, instead 3.55 of $371 for on every package. You .wont fmd il on Lancaster laborer received together for a da'n work of a 1SH pesos, or $16.37, in our monev . In IS?-- ; 1,875,519 people, or an average trust comRowland tnal disturbance. He has both means and authorized the coinage of the two metals contraction of the currency, we had an ex4 25 each depositor State banks, medicine, and there is no other OrrtCK-M- am any other Strwt, er Masa NsMiwal persons received for the same nt that ratio. private pansion. .After the war, when It was de- the same pesos, but owing to the depreei-atlo- n panies and 1.500,t'0O banks hold $110,Si8,000 Bank. Liver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER people, and Cold Displaced by First Legal Ratio. termined to change the character of onr work 2054 the currency, this was equal to lor about $1,701,653,321 for 1,929,340national REGULATOR-th- e CHAS. HOOKER, deposKmgof Liver Remecies. of M the ratio thus established the silver currency again by the resumption of specie only $10 93 in our money: and in IKJj. 0 banks hold 1,724.000 have less than $1,100 four YETERIXARY SURGEOX, dollar contained 371H grains of fine silver, payments, the law was enacted was year? years after the country hnd descended to itors, of whom Besides these institutions Be sure you get tt--I ARRIVALS. to their credit. to take " "-- . Pliilatlelrhia, I'" J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. and the gold contained 21 grains of fine in advance of the time when it opportunity a silver basis, the same laborers received there are 6,000 building and loan associaH. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. gold but It was soon discovered that a effect. In order that ample Trains returning to Richmond arrive as c Tne the same work 25.55 pesos, but tions in the United States, having about afforded to adjust the business forthe peso was less than 35 cents, the v conmistake had been made and that SH1! might bopeople and . 1,800,000 shareholders, male and female, Richmond, KentbcjojI CALLOUSE FOR BATTLESHIPS TO follows: tc the altered conditions of grains of fine silver were not in fact equal of the who have paid dues In good From Cincinnati 1.10; 7.33; 11,43 p. m Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. in value to 24?i grains of fine gold, and the Now, however, all the conservative and sequently their wages amounted to only amounting to more than $500,C0O,COO. monej. BE MADE IN KENTUCKY. There Office up stairs over New York Store, corner prudential considerations that have usually $?.3l In our money, or Just about one-haconsequence was that, although the difrraw. aai kris a saeeiaitr rmm iiiaysviiie i.iu; .; p. m. are nearly 7C0 of these associations In the and First streets. Richmond. 46- controlled In the settlement of great finanWallace Ktee. Mam ' ference between the value of a silver dolof what they had received 20 years before From Livingston 3.11) a. m.; 12,55 p m. these state of Illinois alone, and In women, Instiseem to be disreonly , lar and the value of a gold dollar was cent, cial questions are confrontedutterly organ- In the central part of the countrj the re.otaiia.it4B.i, andi men, tutions many garded, and we by an r roin iJow land a. m. of a about one cent and Now that the attention of the whole sult was substantially the same, though even children, laborers, deposited every dollar have silver drove gold out of use and out of the ized and aggressive movement to destroy not quite so injurious to the laborer In IT. C. spare, often themselves M. country, and from that time we hud Ellver by a single blow the measure of value upon 1S75 a day's wages for five men, a mason, they couldthe comforts denying In order to country is turned to the naval affairs, SSTBy reference to the WELBY-- Wr. BURGLN, g of life, trains r, an tQtne of until after the passage nf which all existing contracts are based, a carpenter, a Medicine and Surgery. monometallism a painter and anything tending to the improvement of ftoin Richmond, the time required to up something for a time of need. the acts of 1SS4 and 1837 The fact that the and thus subvert the very foundations of ordinary laborer, amounted altogether to lav have Ofhce Collins Building, MainStreet, DENTIST, More than 7,500,000 of silver was nut Into the form of a coin and our monetary system, without allowing $6.45 In our money, bwt ir 1SS5 the wages A - taken out life insurance our people which our battleships is worthy of interest. run to any one station, is easily discovpolicies, made legal tender the same as gold, and a single day to prepare for the change. the same men were $5.53, and In 1S95, ?1.;9 - - Kentucky are now in force, amounting to $4,202,857.-ii- i, Mark W. Marsden, of Philadelphia, Pa., ered. Taking this time from th'e time of Telephone at residence (the Carr place) on Richmond, In the general confusion and disorder rethat both dollars were declared to be worth sulting from such a radical measure, what In the southern part of the republic hero Broadway. and have paid the premiums on them arrival at Richmond, will give the time 100 cents each, did not Increase the value was some Increase in the nomlrial amount -in good money, while the the inventor of what was known as of arrival Richmond, after Kentucky. American Office over CheBah-- s grocery, of the 371U grains of silver to any extent will be the condition of the or Injured laborat the station in question. of wages paid between 1S76 and ItSD, on accoopN. 3$ Secmsd by reThe people could not be de- er? Will he be benefited whatever Marsden America cellulose, is now erectStreet. count of the fact that a line of railway was mutual benefit and assessment and companies and ducing ceived by mere words printed in a statute; wages the value of the money In which his then being constructed through that erative and fraternal ) members, who have 3,500.' COXXECTIOXS. paid and at the same time Inare they soon learned that the metal contained ing at Oweiibboro, Ky., a factory for region by foreign capital, but since the large in the silver dollar w not equal In value creasing the prices of the commodities for latter date the general average rate of contributed a held topart of their earnings manufacturing this material, reimburse losses suswhich is a ESyOut-goin- g II trains connect at Paris to the metal contained in the gold dollar, which his wages are expended? wages has remained substantially the to the funds or death. The obligatained by and they paid silver to their creditors and Many Tears Required for Readjustment. same, although "paid In a constantly depreparation of the pith of the common with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, tions of these companies and associations currency. hoarded the gold or sent K out of the counMaysville and intervening points. a quarfor more to their members amount to $5 li4.670.53'" After struggling through thanorgan'za-tion- s preciating silver try. Even our new and mid is for the purpose g a century, labor Wages In bllver Standard Countries. SECRETART CARLISLE. trains connect at Wixches-TEand the industrial companies In the United cominoaconstalk, coins would not circulate or remain in the ter of and otherwise, to secure a rate of have a membership of 6,919,598, with of forming backing to the armor of war States with Lexington and points west, country, because congress by various acts wages which would make the proceeds of Our minister to Chil. after a verv careIn admay be subjected to made certain foreign coins legal tender In a day's work equal to the cost of a day's ful examination of the entire situation In Insurance amounting to $SI6,G50,C7S Is con-- ves-el- s, i "l!t. and while he so that when struck by shot the and Mt. Sterling and points east. all the foregoing, and rr j. h Insa and inconvenience, ncitt-.'- r he the payment of debts, and as they were subsistence for the worklnpman and his that country, says: "It may be taken for dition toIncreasing. How many Itlaboring g OF antly trains connect at Livingsgenerally so worn by abrasion as to be of family, you are asked by the advocates of granted that in Chill, as In all other couni t bis family will be pinched Kv h"rg r. the water u ill not flow in and sink the men and women have taken out policies, financial exa r compelled to go without rr'r.ri or less weight than the new domestic coins. THGR0U6BB3ED free coinage to Join them In destroying tries which have had like cheap money or otherwise contributed from their earn- ship. When a ball passes throngti the ton with Cumberland Gap, Knoxville. perience, the consequences of the poor man ar.o tr- mti )' they drove our dollars and half dollais. one-ha- lf F'flier It ismeans, Louisville and intervening points. the purchasing power of th t mwlerate have weighed most heavily upon tho ings to insure themselves against loss bj armor tins material swells the man wbo . rot and to a large extent our quarters and g are trains connect at Rowland accident while engaged fortunate enough toaccumulalt- - nroo-c-r- ij dimes also, out of use as money. Our own money lr which you task paid and impose classes that are least able to support the of their work, cannot bein tne prosecution Hole and keepsontthe water,-o-up, fills iJie upon yourselves of doubling the burden." The evils of the silver monometaccurately ascerr, at le:ist, (near Stanford) with Cumberland Gap, or money, but ho depends up n b'f coins were exportea ana usea at tneir nominal amount the your wages hereafter, of tained, but the number is known to be verj the inventor so claims, and he has orl Knoxville, Louisville Ml WERE ELECTED FROM THE BCST ,ages or upon the products of his owi bullion value in making purchases ad that Is to struggle for another quarter of allism and a depreciated currency finally and intervening breed BREEDERS several different of svvinem lD'ort for the means of supporting hlmse'f paying debts abroad, and Mr. Jefferson a century, or perhaps longer, to raise your became intolerable In that country, and, large. of different tate A nnmtc s. family, that always feels tht first . Dolliirs. dera to equip the Kersage and Kentucky become president of wages In a depreciated currency to n although It produces considerable silver Debts Should He Paid in 100-Cehimself, who had then the two battleships to be buit at New-- ' SF" Trains do not stop where no time for sale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction cnmniP) Correspondence solicited-and very little gold. It has recently adopted rd must disastrous ffects of a business the United States. Issued an order on the point which will enable you to asThe banks, trust companies, building Address. ' industrial depressl n, no matter whetli-- r 1st of May, 1S0G, stopping the coinage of with them as much of the necessaries of the gold standard of value. In nearly sociations, and other similar insti- port News, with the material. Mr. Mars I is specified. woijd having the gold it results from a depreciated and flnctu-att-- p' silver dollars at our mints. No more owe the tten has formed a company to cor. rol of the people life as you can purchase now: and i"", after every country in the wages of labor have tutions, For additional information, inquire of currency or from other causes Such dollars were coined until 1S36, 30 years years of contention, privation and indusstandard of value the $5,333,183,521 for States and then only 1,000 of them trial disorder, you should at last succeed u man has nothing to dispose of but hif. afterwards, Increased materially during the last 25 United actuallj" deposited, a sum nearly his invention, and it-- first factory is to ' K. HOOJ), agent at Richmond, or of money Proprietor, Crab Orchard, Ky. years, and, at the same time, the purchaslatin and nothing with which to support were issued from the mints. other agents. total capiIn so adjusting wages that they would prowages or wages eight times greater than tnethe country; be located at Owensboro. Ex ing power of the money lv which or his family but his in proceeds of his own la'ior. and any Attempt to Restore Gold to Circulation. prices of commodities are paid has Increased also, while In the tal of all the national bankspolicies held by f cure at the higher insurance Gold having left the country, congress, lust what they will procure now at the lry that even temporarilv suspends or countries having the silver standard of while the life the various kinds of corjior-atloI In T , .. . the administration of Anwages have been actually reduced by have the Industrial siructs by diminishing progress of the in 1S34, during determined to restore It to existing prices, what would you to tne valuedepreciation of the currency to such the people associations and in force fMnUM Sn7n-TrTir7wTrnH- sw m and nu&3 . mira . jntry the demand for drew JackBon, the j tj ZU irrimi K3 rri m in w i - i imi i ii gained by the change from the old rci wn tra i 1 ir - than amount to $10,203,804,357, a larger-suby impairing the the circulation, and. In order to accomMoney received for an extent that the laborer Is in a mueb has been actually Invested in all our railproducts of labor, or new conditions? gMMlM or disposition of capital to employ plish that result, the legal ratio was wages, like money received on every otner -- pacit worse condition than he was at the bethe roads, about 15 times larger YOU changed from fifteen to one to about six- account, is valuable only to the extent ginning of that period. Japan, by far the capital and all the national banks. thanview Id ior, must be Injurious to his interests In . rd lr.filct exchanged for other commore or less suffering upon all teen to one; that is, the law was so amendmost progressive and prosperous country of these of THE INSTANT RELIEF YOU BET FB0H facts, which cannot be successfuleagle, or that It can be In the east, coins bothpold and silver at the ly disputed Wio are dependent upon him Labor can-- i ed as to provide that the gold 232 grains modities, and it is scarcely necessary to I submit that you ought seripone for-piece, should contain 50 cents will L suggest that a dollar worth ratio of 16.18 to 1, a ratio which greatly ously to consider all the consequences to le hoarded: the idle day Is gold, which made the dollar conIn the markets as a overvalues silver, and, as the government lost wages are never reimbursed, of pure 23 and grains, but by the act of llJ7 not purchase as much steady ar d therefore money employment and goo1 sist of changed to 23.22 grains, which now dollar worth 100 cents. To call a dim? a does not maintain the parity of the two j"Oti agree to the freefellow-citize- unlimitedbefore and v In good are essential to tbe It was nothing whatever to Its metals, the currency Is on a depreciated age of legal tenderjdlver at a ratio of coinjs dollar would add 16 to value. of silver, "irfort and happiness and the American constitutes a the dollar and unit ofof geld intrinsic value, or to its purchasing power. silver basis. Wages are paid Inmen ef 1, in order that these great corporations slight and This was children course, because the and and his wife If these propositions are correct. It is clear women always get the laboring money in and associations may have the privilege ot to dcpreclatet In the coinage, because 23.22 cheapest r will be unfaithfulinsist himself and to gold were not In fact worthgrains of f'ne that when wages are paid in a must "VAND as much in currency the rates of wages their debts to the people upon the adopbe ' em if he does not circulation, and they generally pay the discharging 52 cents on the dollar, for by 51 to of fine silver. that highest prices for the articles they buy, to the depreciation and maintenance of such a policy the markets as 371H grainsvalue was vc-- y In proportion tion Colic. Cramps, Diarrhoea. Flux, Cholera s exactly what It means. It Is a low estiCUR ES Morbus, a will most certainly preserve the value Although the difference In for the reason that their purchases are mate of the money and In proportion to the InNausea, Changes of Water, etc. nr.d eblllty of all our currency and pm-rj- et small, it proved sufficient to change the crease in the prices of other things, or Lusually made in small quantities at a time. In sav to say that each one of the depositors lngs and other banks and In metallic currency, the laborer will suffer a loss. But, I affirm conduct HEALS Chti. Burns. Braises. Scratches, Bites of the regular and prol'table Hp can- - whole character of ourgold and silver ex The Japanese silver yen is wortn a nine associations, and each holder of abuilding R!n Anunats. serpents. Bugs, etc and under this ratio cf a!l our industrial enterprises that It is the universal rule that the rates less than 50 cents In our money, and when policy and member of a mutual JREAKS UP Bad Colds, La Grippe, Infiutnia. i ct prosptr when the countrj is in aisires. changed places: silver went out ot tne of wages do not Increase In proportion to the wages of labor, paid in this depreciated Croup, Sore Throat, etc country and gold came In. and from that the depreciation In the value of the money coin, are reduced to our standard of value, benefit and assessment association, has vi it:, us Industries are prostrated, its com-i.-.dependent upon him or her an average of fj& e paralyzed, its credit broken down, time until after the passage of the act f In which they are paid, and that when the they appear so Insignificant that it is difGood, SmellsEverywhere Ta2 .s Good, Docs Good every time. ma at least other persons, and. If o its social order disturbed: nor can ho 1S78 we had practical rold monometallism, Is depreciated the rates Of wages ficult to understand how the people who jorltj or two our people are airecuyso, aindioiimni No Rellsf. Ha Pay. am! 60c Pir Bottle. at Sold an or except during the period of the war when do not Increase In proportion to the In1 rosier w hen the fluctuations of the cur-r- 3 receive the miserable pittance can live LET anybody sell lower than WE do. OUR entire stock of Dry Good. Clothing 6oe t lz money of any are such that he cannot certainly we had no metallic war began we kind. creases In the prices of the commodities and maintain their families. The average rectly creditors of these corporations and ,UU, HERD .MEDICINE CO.eocuiti tiro toil tn bftirtlmo aa mach aj 25e botUe. SPRINGFIELD. O. $AA great civil had no the laborer Is compelled to purchase. Shoes, Hats and Cloaks at lower prices than any other house in the State. OverKrow the value of the dollar In which his When the dally earnings of a bricklayer amount to associations and ai Interested in the wages are paid, or estimate in advance silver in circulation, except the subsidiary a standard of value which i there has been a single exception 83 cents: blacksmiths, carpenters and preservation of payment coats and Cloaks at any price to get them out of the way. Ladies and Mens w ill insure the Br V'f I' i'y ."n" of their claims in '1 coins authorized by the act of 1S53, but we If this rule In this or in any other cabinet-makethe cost of the necessaries of life. J tfV J1 IV receive 30 cents; comto had gold, and paper redeemable In gold, country, my Investigations have not enpositors In printing Offices. 29 cents; press- as good money as they parted with when Shoes at 75 cts. up. Childrens shoes at 20 cts. up. Pins, Needles, hairKenult of Sixteen to One Ratio. they made their loans or deposits 01 paid and It was not long before we had another do not believe men, 26 cents; roofers, 29 cents; stonefind -Whether we shall or shall not haveIn-a practical Illustration of the natural law abled mebetofound. It, and I pins 6 papers for 5 cts. Ladies handkerchiefs worth 10 cts. each, 3 (or cutters, 36 cents; ordinary tailors, ?S their assessments or premiums. Every one can lo: g period of financial, commercial and the people that the Inferior or less valuable legal and In It Is not my purpose to weary you oy cents: weavers, 15 cents, wages aj) the iong dollar companies put Into these banks and 10 cts. Ladies, Childrens and Mens hose 4 cts. a pair. dustrial disturbance in this country, and terder currency win expei tne superior or the presentation of voluminous statistics Extra and other institutions, trust no laborer, list of occupations and whe'her labor shall be deprived of perma-rc- more valauble legal tender currency frcm or by a tedious recital of facts, but the however skilled, can be found who receives and every dollar they paid for insurance 'irge towels 5 cts. each. Calico 3 cts. a yard. Cotton 4 employed circulation. employment, or be partially was worth 100 cents and would procure 100 particular proposition now under consll-eratlo- n more than 49 cents per d.y, except pot ar.d inadequately paid, are questions decents' cts. a yard, Ginghams 4 cts., Buttermilk soap 10 cts. Is of such great importance in the Free Surer Is Silver Monometallism. artists in the great city of Yokohama, when worth of commodities in the market rOJ and necessarily Involved In the It and 72 Early in 1S62 congress, most unwisely in permit me to this subject that you must who get citycents Factory laborers, even vested they earned have an when thej Ina box, 3 cakes in a box. Corsets 25 cents a mand now seriously made by many of our my opinion, authorized the issue of legal discussion of call your especial attention It. and they unquestionable In that where most of the great inthat the United States, to the experience of the laboring people in dustries are carried on by American .or right to demand that it shall be refunded aSc xkis2 pair. Boys pants at 1 5 cts. a pair. Mens Linen w.thout the cooperation of any other govEuropean capitalists, receive 21 cents per to them In dollars worth 100 cents everytender paper to circulate as money, and our own country during the years immeernment in the world, and in opposition to the usual and inevitable result followed day, and In other parts of the country where. The adoption of any policy that diately following the introduction of a deCollars, worth 20 cents 5 cents each. the established policy of every other great Gold ceased to be used as money, and the preciated paper currency in 1SC2, and also they receive less. deprive them of this right wculd j would civilized and commertial nation, shall aunot only inflict an enormous loss upon banks and the treasury having suspended to the very low rates of wages which now AT HIgn Cost of Commodities. thorize the free and unlimited coinage of specie payments, the country was Hooded prevail In countries naving tne suver them, but would so seriously impair their silver at the ratio of Our fidelity and utility of such Ina depreciated currency worth at times standard f:i legalto tendernotwithstanding the true with than CO cents on the dollar Later on. standard of value, or thecoinage ofdoub'e with aneighboring Republic of Mexico, faith in thethat attempts to accumulate one, government veri- stitutions constitutional tlxieen silver less of value with the inarket ratio between one; twoin metals fractional paper currency was authorized similar legal ratio not corresponding with the square to our own, with an area of 767.000 and save surplus earnings would be abanor. to other by congress, and the effect of this was at a is about thirty-on- e miles and a population of only doned, or at least grcatlj- - discouraged, for metal, and in of commercial words, that the United States alone t drive out of circulation even the light doing this, I value makethe statement that about 12,000,000, with almost marvelous a Iong time to come. no will ll by law that sixteen weight subsidiary silver coins, and tv cannot be fully sustained by reliable evi- natural resources awaiting development, Depreelated Currency Will Bring Disaster. declare rnf Kllver are eaual in value to many years not a single piece of metallic dence. and offering a most inviting field for the ) It is an undls-rutab- money of any kind was used by the peoBut if free and unlimited coinage of Ie- rr.e ounce of gold, when recognized Investment of capital and the employHistory of Wages In This Country. that ple, except on the Pacific coast, where everywhere silver at the ratio of sixteen to fact ment of labor, has the silver standard of ! of th world, in silver On the third day of March, 1S93, a value, gold not twlng In use, and It cheap one Is established in this country, a "very in aU the markets as well as In gold stand- gold continued to circulate at its actutl on money Is a blessing to the Jaborlng man large part of the money deposited in these of the committee subcommittee regard to the ficti rtandard countries of silver are intrinsic value, without acts oi congress a'- - finance In the United States senOf savings Institutions will ard countries, sixteen dunces much he ought to be prosperous and happy In various kinds repaid In depreciated tious value which tne as not even be silver, a report worth only about one-ha- lf purchase onlyas one trlbuted to the legal tender paper. I will ate made wages tn on the course of that country The Mexican dollar con about endeavor to show you hereafter what ef- - rrices and this country for a tains 377.17 grains of pure silver, or near- but will be wholly lost, because such a c e of gold, and will would precipcre-ha- lf as much of the necessaries of life. feet this depreciated currency had upon ' period of IS years, embracing the prices ly six grains more than is contained in our reckless monetarj' itate a financial panic, which very few, The naked proposition is that tie United the wages of labor and upon the prices of almost every article of consumption dollar, and yet, not being sustained by , expense. people Slates shall coin, at the public of the cf commodities which the laborers were In common use among the every and the monetary system which keeps it at a pari- - If any, of the depositories, could survive. benefit industry ty with gold, it Is worth only about 53 I coubt If there is a single financial Inwages in almost compelled to purchase with their wages, rates of Icr the exclusive owning: and corporations that may my purpose at the present moment being carried on during that time, and. In order cents In our money. Wages are paid In stitution in tho country that could sustain silver the bullion, all the mints Into dollars simply to prove, by our own experience, that you may learn from this official and silver and are very low in comparison the pressure that would be immediately presented at the impartial investigation what effect a deImpossible to retain In circulation Le wages paid In this country for the maao upon it dj its depositors ana otner of pure silver, or at it Is ccrtalnlng S71U grains silver, worth intrlu-s:;- a thatthe same time legal tender gold ana preciated currency has oc wages and with the same services, in many instances hot be- - creditors, when it became apparent that 18ril 15, 17 briefly state sotib of the most Ing half as much, while, the prices of comour standard of value was to be lowered ,1T i grains of standard sliver coins of the same denomination at prices, I will ly about 31 or 51 cents, deliver the coins iiny ratio which does not correspond with material facts and conclusions embodied modities generally o much higher thin ' age our currencj' depreciated bj' free coin bullion, and comconPayment of all our obligations held two In that document. The subcommittee to the depositors of the In here. the actual commercial the country to metals tn the markets values of the and sisted of five senators, representing Jjoth they are especiallyThe prices of Imported aoroaa wouia be uemanaea in gold at once pel all the other people of the world, are exorbitantly high articles of arelgn receive these coins at a valuation of 100 that, therefore, the free and unlimited Identical parties and both sides of the curin Mexico, because they have to be paid j every investmentbe inntlUltlVcapital in ;Jil3 Wl t hflrH.'n . cento each in payment of debts due them coinage of legal-tendsilver by the rency question, and the investigation, for abroad in gold, and the depreciation of TflUntrV CTftlllfl ; fcr property sold, for labor and .service or United States alone at the ratio of sixteen which lasted nearly two years, was most tneir money is so that tt rpmiirpa I every man who owed a debt at homo or no nearly two dollars in silver to pay ont in abroad would be called upon to payi it; pensions to soldiers and saila!l kinds, for thoroughly and Impartially made, with one. when the true commerlcal ratio ers and their widows and children, for to about thirty-on- e to one, would Instantly purpose in view except to ascertain and KOld. Although our own silver dollar con- - ah depositors In banks and other lnstltu-taln- s !s losses sustained under policies Issued by contract the currency by the expulsion report the actual facts, and. so far as It leas line ellver than the Mexican dol- - Hns would want to .vithdraw their money S IN IHE CITY THIS WEEK AND WILL RETURN WITH SOME IlraUaraUEiraiy raMjfSi life and other insurance companies, for All the gold now In the country. If i elates to questions of fart, the report lar, one of ours is nearly equal in nc- - at the same time: no loans could be In savings banks, trust companies,-, of As stated heretofore, and be given, of silver to the amounte was unanimous. value to twci of theirs, because i tiated, no no credit would money the THJarmJHfTEiai gJBJgJSJJHfgJ co'n-agassociations and tther lnstltu-f;congress early In the yearl&2 inaugurated man would lend or bell little over one per cent. In the the coinage is llmltrd and the eovern- - cause for df bts due to widows and orphans of a law of 17S2 expelled gold and estabthe policy of Issuing legal tender paper, ment Issues the coins m its own account ' property on time when he knew with iib- BOlute certainty that he would be paid In out of circulation, specie ird'ans.executors and administrators lished silver monometallism, and if the gold was driven suspended, the currency and has nledcred Its fnlth and credit to a depreciated currency, creditors would of gold to the extent of payments were keep them as good us jrold, that or decedents estates and other trustees, began at once to depreciate, and before has been faithfully kerjt up atopledgetime, not wait for tho actual passage of a Sree than rm nor eent. In the acts of 1RT-f r rlarles. of all civil, mllltao year the paper dollar was notwithstanding- the ojmplatnts this de- - 1 coinage law, but as soon as such a raeafure the close of the and r !i.t worth less than 76 cents in gold. From nunclatlons of our free, coinage opponents. had received the approval of the people ' fc i.y rs and seamen, ana. In price they would demand tneir the time the depreciation began the recognized by the not the conclusion irreslrtible that the fret of commodities and the wages the labor Under this policywages dollar paid to the at an election not paid they would enforce e kind of obligation THE-WAY-O- P silof monev. and If coinage of legal-tendlaboring man for li Just as good aiyi the land. except onlj In cases where and unlimited . w ere paid in paper currency, and the incollection by Judicial proceedings and time, at an will much in tbe marinc pret j. luent capitalist nae taaen payment-t ver at the present per cent., would at onco jurious effect upon the Interests of the kets purchase just as tn the bondholders, its forced sale of property. It Is useless the as the dollar paid of nearly 100 upon adv ance to contract for In a monometallic laboring man Is clearly shown in the re- or to any other class of crralltcrs; but if for you and me or arybody else to say that place the country noth-1-- g 1' its partiality To say It g .id orgross equivalent and manifest in-- silver basis? Thls question does not seem port ret erred to. In ISC the wages of la- we are to have free and unlimited coinajrsr depositors in banks, and other Creditprs, MANUFACTURER AXD DEALER rx or the argument, and depreciated paper, were less 3f legal tender silver f ot the benefits of the ot'ght not to pursue this course whn a. to be open to urh a policy. Its immediate ef- -i to me it Is proposed serious United States bor, paid In JiirSf 1 i'S than 3 per cent, higher in paper than when owners of the bullion, tbe government and. crisis comes, or annrehended. for theV that the t would be to contract our currency to when In experience In gold, of and our defiance by stopping shall. at large wouja nave t ete,.t of about $520,000,000putting a pre- during a period of ofyears, own In defiance paid usxi by hut the pricesand the 223 arti- tne people in th coins, and it no interest alwaya have pursued it, itself nlwaya will, other peo9 the laborers cles should' be and FonIeb an4 Anirfeas Muble would be unless human nature whatever Hit use of gold as money and during ple In the maintenance of their families grossly unjust to rerndre the governroeit changed. experience of other mium upon the coins of that metal equal, of the centuries, authorize nations coinwere nearly 18 per cent hUher than the the free many tocchangeable. value, Sound and Stable Jloney the Safeguard,. to keep them equal In cr about equal, to the difference between age of legal-tendgold, in 1863 the wages such a rat'o. were when paid gold. The dollars, as rapidly as coined, Les5 than three years ago you saw 'bur MD GRANITE MONUMENTS, tbe intrinsic value of the gold dollar and 11 is the duty of the silver atand especla'ly of labor paid In in Jt depreciated paper worth to people, would be delivered to the owners of the afvalue of the sliver dollar. the duty of the laboring people, to paue about the Intrinsic cents on the dollar, were 10tt bullion free of charge, s,nd the government financial, commercial and industrial U.at iEUrf33E!,M& TIM fairs violently GoW coins wonld at once become a hSI v.V paid In gold, would have no legal or moral right to tho government disturbed by the fCarnwin-tal- n Tombs, Tablets, er cent, higher than when wonld notoeable to and would be bought and nold by before It Is too late and carefully consider ut the prices of the articles the laborer tax all the peopla nt the country in order to will determine to overthrow currency gold payments, speculators tn the market Just as they whether they monetary bystem and substihad to buy with, his wagns were nearly procure gold with which to redeem thse would descend to a and that our You saw Headstones, Urns, their existing we had a de-rsilver basis. were during the war when In lbj4 the wages of private coins. cent, tute in Its place of industry Interrupted, ated paper currency ThevaJuoof the monometallism of the depreciated silver 43 per paid Inhigher; depreciated paper dollars would, ,thereforr-- .The value of our dollar the operations great commercial JhoU?i--s Asia and Mexico an-- ! labor be no greater thari. the banks falling, day to Statuary, Etc. B'lver dollar would fluctuate from 2"P-cents Intrinsic or commercial valua of the pllver unable to meet their obligations, credit iay moving up and down with the rise and the small states and republics of Central worth 43 but theeach, had advanced prices of low rates cent., nowpr seriously impaired,. mills and factories! contained in It. and f II of the commercial price of the bul-- 1 and South America, with their exchange. per life had advanced 90J4the necessaries in tho markets would Its FIME WORK A SPECIALTY. per cent., in of of be diminished about-- closed and thousands of laborers thrown n contained 1n it, as the Mexican dollar, of wages and their high rateswe had silver li65 waijes paid In paper currency worth Under the coinage act of 179? oncnair; but tne wages, or labor would re out of employment, ahd a state 8f panic C ses now and the premium on the gfjld dol-- 1 t no gold, and under the acts of ISC 4 and 62 centu on the dollar had advanced 43 main, ror n iong time, at least. suDstantiaiir1 rtiialnase iHannlrr nrsttvnlltniv In rfi-i would of course fluctuate to the am per cent, Your Trade Solicited. the rates previously paid ly both free coinage or If they to If tx'ent. thus affording an opportunity and 1F37, with but no silver,otexcept metals. wi in gold, above equivalent, hut the prices be at tbe present rates, on account should t. part cf the country wc. mere douht as r its the token had gold nominally increased of the o the kind of money Intended taiuae bullion brokers ar.d speculators to buy now, of nearly 117 had say, VEJRY RESPECTFULLY, cease to lie used subsidiary coins after 1853, whilelimited per commodities is to advanced more than ueprecmno 101 iocrurrency, experience in produced these distressing results Wit sea at a profit It would Work deh'rered to any part of rhe had cent. that the past shows that ihey would rot In I think ypu would be thn probable se as money, because no man would pay his with gold as the standard and ' r t ' tn proportion tttfhe lncrea In tlof quertees of a deliberate, determination doubled; and in ISC6 wages paid In a cu Sfcte. Write for Deagns-amde'jts tn gold dollars, or In paper redeem-aM- e eclnageas pt silver, we have both gold an-money in larger uncy orth 71 cents on the dollar hat prices of commodities. lull legal tender in t.wraW upon the part one hundred sliver our people to adopt stiver In gold dollars wo.-tPrfce;nT nriviLnrfcd a. fraction store than 52 net cent; of fg amounts than ever before lneur history iveiirjslpwly. w.h'l Jk.fi I monometallismor asr a. nnwiiest svst-. L, , when the law permitted hiintopay end are kept comaiofiltles aaove rapidly,' at i Tlfe" irnnclnatlon cah scarcelir conceive Stho. it Ir silver dollars, worth oalyMorracents0 equalthe coins of the two metalsthe credit from the previous ntics. hi boiu, or ltd l vneim power.hy OKOf In purchasing each. The sudden withdrnwAl of JS2O.O0O.-Wt notI the cowrce of A. aSriftJ bad a4unod 39 pacceaU ;j .1 dtv anfftfteaejisaj- - it media teli' follow,, tbe mijneemirti ot I'JCm. i? from the volume of currency to the and resources ofthe government, o ctfeet& " , i""! mentasgre 5wvftMorlrVir.Benr&nfiTcr country would undoubtedly produce a withstanding the difference in their iutrlfl- - Ctaeap Meney Dowses . 'L'. ,ueR a policy,."ticdwt nofcttVapt Wfi-- i ... li ija n iPi tic vaiqi.. Snancfel anj JduatriaLiyiJjar-ceJfa"PSBaSWESyfciiilBiMiB-jr-rfinancial-disturbance .;. .w ii Baking S?23 ruwuci ABSOLUTELY PUFIE -- - w.,it4 1 .(1 ,- ,- I . wfcf. 4 1 . "-- one-hal- ds - ji -- $10,-000,0- A 00 c... "8ce two-thir- B 1 i-i- l ee V j staO'iL8'' " es X u d rr . L. & K. R E.; - d I .... g I i- !' or """ pnteMJZ2'l' a.alIr. ;!. .Td fellow- -citizens, arry, fl J pres-enc- c e wage-earne- rs SPRING HHEDiCiNE 1 I I a- d 1 - i ' 1 11 1 I x I J Z-li- i'i lf W-t- ore-eigh- th 10-1- "k s. fc? M 0 ont-goin- JASPER, U gas-fitte- ---- ,f4 4 s full-weig- ht Out-goin- The Blue Grass kU -- J el Out-goin- j-1 1 Out-goin- !i-- RED HOGS. e nt pf pur-Jiaf- Fll-v- er to-d- R. H.BRONHUGH, -j tti rt--- ns r- to-d- ay rt-i- fi m IT TICKLES rtBjpipiBfraBJraijglgfgiglglg ri rrn -- ct ten-doll- ar 1- -5 over-valuati- LIGHTNING HOT DROPS. WE NEVER HAVE NEVER WILL! er rs f?0?W5 f''r nt tlj ce-la- in ft.Iow-clUzen- s, . OPENING ed n. le gal-tend- er Li II and Co.'s. Everything in the House Goes regardless of Value. ii! Don't buy elsewhere until you get our prices. i . Thursday, Friday and Saturday, It will be money to you. a-- , li .- i er n-oi- 1 MRS. MAUPIN PMsm McKee Corner. . .ts , over-valuati- i be-he- re llraUlffrIl'ip ic iSjaSPJSrJssJS&i 35KS cver-valuatl1 3 BEAUTIES a- ic3 er over-valu-ti- XI IS e'( Js S.F ring er com-moi-.- ty MBA Summer Madison Monumental Works - -c ?...' v m" fflWBM J0jv catra-crr-a- h e-- ir IerwW;B, -- -- i. ..3l" J,' " odd & Co v. jpsr T Certr.yi4,iwar 5 fi.lMaKRjoprisitoit - v. -- sb( .sssR'l isBK.j '4i - - Wi , v US' . it iSi (V T fix . -- t 3I! r ? i. .- - a - -- Bit ff .. - . ., - . J ' - - . - s- - 1 - fckj V-J Ja.JiMuaMismastofcfc.Mglaii ! -- r " I - "" Irv7 V- ' -- P .." - ' " !l Ml " I ,MM ! - fl -- pTTT i, Congressman Champ Chirk, of d. p. armer, who recently lectuied in Richmond, wrote an article for flit; St. Louis KEWBY. Republic, which is hereunder iven: EVEKY WEDNESDAY BY FDBU-- I Re.v. Jesse Cadwell preached Sunday "No matter wLat one's opinion is on 7119 Go. morning and evening to a large audience silver, if he is candid he must admit that at Antioch church. Carlisle lias one of the rareot brains in A Sunday school was organizad with America. How he ever obtained such a PKICE PER YKAK, S1.50. Mr. Bryant Ilolman ah Supt. Willi such hold on the Keutuckians is an unsolved a lender Eticces-- is hiire mystery, which I cheerfully juouinicnil Miss Ama Million who is attending - - 1890 school at White Hall spent Saturday and to the consideration of psychologist WEDNESDAY. APRIL . Keutuckians are the most emotional Sunday with her parents here. people on the continent, wnile Carlisle CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- Thos Jenkins returned Saturday is cold, of crystalline intellect, without night from Lexington where he has been emotion himself and without pnner of John S Owsmcy, of lincoln county, is a candidate lor fHires, to reprobent attending the Smith Common wl College-H- e appealing to the emotional in others. from the Sth District, Mibiect to the action of In this regard he differs radii-allbrings home a diploinx an ii evi- Old Democratic ymtiy deuce of Jiis fidelity ami lhonti nea , j every other great Kentutkian. livhm or .ad. From the dav of Senator John a student. Others should follow his r Force, of Shottiy county, is a Iticckinridgo the first of his line down tfl rnr4..tlif the. fWiuru un.li.la 8ih itetriet, Hljert to the ai ikm of tiie j Millinery shop over Heathman and to the present time. Kentucky orators I h HMKTHtV- lrtV. Jenkliib' store, vomlncted by Irs. have plaed on that weird harp, the human heart, with master hands. I 's Review rtjjxtrts iicrosoil retail Heathman and Miss Maltip Holmau. That Carlisle has great inihieiicein the Tliey have a large line of the latest trale. styles of heudvare. A special day for Dark and Bloody Ground how ever in ami Tillman, or hat showing Fndav the 24th. All in- explicable it may be- must be granted. it be Joe Blackburn and Wat Hardin were ticket? vited to come and inspect the stock. TiiitwMH Poller kr iree-.tlvhaving it all their own way last summer, ; HtiAiH.KY tilkl w A. P. A., which Sijuiie Stapp is able to go around a lit- w hen the Secretary of the Treasurv shied means A Pie tle but not without crutches. his castor into the ring and the world hiu liberally am-tnte-d, Admirer. knows ttie results. Ten-ill- . Mis-bour- SS5T5355rr7-s- s! fJ TTWTA'V' ipsTMm!K-..'.IJUKK-oPUNU-N" 3 .... 8 masaqer. ssswammxmEBMMEitMmmMi Ut. J t AND M'QREAUY. Climax Printing y e. I'r-ve- !hix ad lnd er in the United Mr. John Flaucry and wife visited States weie S per cent lo tlwn tor friends of this place Saturday. March Rayburn Rice left la&t week for Ida Nicholson, who has resided In a political coHtrovorsy in New Orleans ItotweoM a wan ami a woman, the near Winchester the past year, has rewoman stahW. the man to death yot turned. fcome say the new woman is a failure. Mrs. J. II. Crawford and her little son George, accompanied by Mrs. Lucas, of Gov. Bhadlbv says there shall be no visited relatives near of the Legislature unless Eat Berustadt, extra sew of tin Senate Rig Hill Sunday. tiie Dewoemtic laeral.ers Mivs Miranda Todd, a charming young agree to enact tlte needed financial legislad of this vicinity, who has been visitlation. ing i datives in Clark county, has reHim of New York, made fame for turned' home- bimt-eby Uh siigle sentence, "I am a lVMHt-rat,ami on Friday be endowed RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE Clovlaml and Carlisle in a speech in STATE REPUBLICAN CONFah.I'ke 1-85. for March Texas-Mif-- s Henry Watterson is one of the most brilliant men that ever lived, and, like another great editor, Hoiace Greely served 90 days in Congress. I doubt whether he would accept theSenatorshipif elect ed, and yet some members persist in voting for him lie is about to bury himself in Voltaire's old retreat at Geneva, Swiiz-erlauto incubate a biography of Abraham Lincoln which will rival in interest "Bosw ell's Life of Dr. Johnson " My feeling towards him is one of personal ailection. When a boy his paper was iiiy political "vade ineeuru," and personal acquaintance has onlv increas ed my regard for him. Differences on the money question cannot chill my fiieudship for "Marse Henry," as the Keutuckians lovingly call him. Oncel had the pleasure of introducing him loan audience at Louisiana. After the lecture, I went with him to his hotel and sat up with him till train time. During the evening I told him that I heard his speech iu the great Merchants' Exchange hall at bt.'lxmib in 1870, when he was temporary chairman of theTilden convention, ami that I enjoyed if hugely. Wheieupon he said: "I w ill tell you a secret connected with that speech. 1 was unexpectedly notified thai 1 was. to preside and had barely time to wiile my speech and not enough to commit it to memory. I couldn't see to read i, Oo as to make it satisfacloiy to myselt oi pleasant to the audience; sol had a man sit just behind me on the stage and read it to ine sentence bv sentence as 1 delivered it." Upon my expressing surprise thatsiich i fiat could be performed, he sae me an explanation. He said: "l'lielaigcr the audience, the longer the spe.ikei pauses between sentences to get his hi eat li; and in addressing a crowd as large as that was a man naturally ami, nececessarily stops long enough at each period for one to prompt him for the next seiitence " That evening spent with Watterson was one of the most enjoyahle of my life, and that incident has been of great use to me in gauging a written speech to as to fit the time. Aly experience is that it requires about an hour to deliver to a large audience a speech that it takc 30 minutes to read in an ordmiry tone of voice to a few person&. Ignorance of this proportion is one of the reasons why the hammer fullsoii so many congiessinen in the middle of their speeches and why so many ask the privilege of extending their remarks in the Record. Phis incident may be of service to the rising generation of Ciceros. Another thing I learned by hearing Watterson's St. Ixiuis speech, and that is that a tenor voice iu oratoty has greatr er penetrating qualities than a h iss Doohttle of AVUcoiisin was the most frequent bpeaker in that convention. His voice was a deep bass and made mora noise than Watterson's tenor, but, as they say in shooting ciicles, '"it didn't carrv half so far." The latter penetrated every nook and corner of that ast hall with its elation tones and made the rafters ring. voice-Senato- ttT d, Awarded iop, pointing to Blackpiirn.' under jaw, which is unusually well, developed, lit Highest Honors World's Fair, : s exclaimed : " My ' God. If Samson bad l.ai such a weapon as that, not o le of the blanked Philistims would have escaped alive I" On another occasion he said : "Blackburn is like a swan. He swims alon ' majestically on the surface, utterly it" Bi.t concioiiB of the depths' below," Marshall's wit and sarcasm availed bin nothing He was so,digiisti'd at his defeat that he left the Stateand lived to 1 Attorney General of California. Visitors to tlia Sjnate galleries, as we' as all other lovers of the. beautiful, ought to thank Senator Blackburn for mi. thing. He Was the first man who dare' MOST PERFECT MADE to apear in the Senate in anything inon A pure eye than the regular ftu.-ei-- .fl from Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret pleasing to the Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, black, of bif seniors caMu 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. folneir going oT in a lit; but others lowed his darin,; example, till it has come Geen Boone, of Lexington, aged 100 to pWss that eauh Suiiotor dresses as In years, died in the poor house at that pleases. place last week. At one time he was t-- t verv rich. B jBBM BIMm,, Governor McCreary is a perfect contrast to Blackburn iu hioks, manners, temperament and ir sMle of oratory He is a most pronounced brunette ami his hair is- as black as the raven's wing. He is one of the suavest men I evei saw and diidetwith Julius Caesar Bui rows the honor of being the ChesterfieUi of the House. As the slang phrase rnus out here, ' he carries a bottle of oil with him always," topourupoh the troubled waters. To put it another way, he takes hold of things hy the smooth handle. But no man deleuds his principles with moie courage. Perhaps his dignified and affa ble way of accomplishing things grow& a out of his having been Goveronor when With better understanding of thenature of the manv nhrsonly 37, and afterward Chaii man of the ical ills, which vanish before proper effortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts Committee on Foreign All.drsand rightly directed. There is comfort to the InternaMonal Monetary the knowledge, that so many forms in of Conference at Brussels; for we are all sickness are not due to any actual dismore or less creatures of habit and of ease, but simply to a constipated conditelfow-citizeu- DR thisjglove'has over all others is that th finger tips are actually spliced double, and are to a glove what the double heel and toe are to a stocking. The "Victrx ria" cycling glove is something entirely. new, made ot suede Lisle thread, with, silk fourchettes, and gauntleta of similar style and make, serve the same purpose FOUR BUTTON TAFTETA, , CREAM 1 BAKJNG POWDER t aM or pure silk gloves, in tan, slate or black, are also in great demand, and it should be born in mind that four chettes is the part of the glove which comes between the fingers. Genuine linen gloves, with double palms and lingers, are uneqalled in point of durability, and a suede Lisle tliread glove, with kid palm and silk fourchettes. is considered very desirable, as the fourchettes do away with the heavy seams in the fingers, making them a comfortable and perfectu. Another cycling glove has a perforated kid palm and open gussets, admitting the air; thus preventing perspiration, which is a very advantageous feature. Most of these styles fasten with three horn but tons. White silk gloves with black em broidery on the backs are very stylish, and can be washed any number of timet" IN ADDITION Barsaparllla as a blood purifier and building up medicine leads everything ever produced. It Is positively the best. Others may make the same claim. But there's this difference: TFe .prone ti. Not by but by Merit. Not by wht we say, but by ty, Hood's &tjB&m M & what Sarsa- - It has does. m m. H ord of a rec- Cures unequalled in medical history. It positively, perfectly and permanently cures when all other medicines fail. of That the keen discrimination the people recognizes its merit and the cares by Blood's Borsaparilla, Is shown by the fact bay Hood's that they and fffc Wr par ilia Hood's - elusion of others. Hood's Sarsaparilla has a larger sale than all other blood purifiers. It wins confidence everywhere because the statements In its advertising and testimonials are verified by all who take it. No other medicine has ever received such praise, or eo many voluntary testimonials of wonderful cures. No other medicine possesses S31 rillalnpref to the ll ex-a- to the varied stylps of grass linens, described in previous letters, come the Madras and Persian patterns, which being novelties, will be very largely employed for waists. For street suits, however, preference will be given to navy-blu- e and deep red, btriped with white. Colored silk linings are again used with perforated batiste costumes and slightly worn silk will serve thispurpose PAR ASOI.S ARK SO GAY ELPiol Kv T&7&. m i the peculiar combination, proportion and process used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla, and which give it merit peculiar to itself. This U the secret of its wonderful power, of Its wonderful sales, of its wonderful hold upon the confidence of the people. This is why ill m BR II go! cs wQL that now is the time to avail of the pe-fcial $2,000 oner winch the propnetrr The Art Amateur for April appears in making to six months ?ulscri. thfmrmof a special Blue and White, (Montague Marks, 23 Lmon Easter Nnniber; anew design, incorpo- New York. Price 35 cents, or $4 0 rated with the old, gives to the cover, aDnnm.) which is printed in a ange of Delft Blues, a remarkably effective and hand !, B. R, andj some appearance, the advertisements are also printed in Time Table Nc.24, In Ef blue. The contents are appropriate to the feet May 12, 1895. season of Easter; a beautiful head of The Christ formiDg the frontispiece, and the 2NDCLASS 1ST CLASS No. 1. No. 3. supplements containing designs for an CAST BOUND. E Sun Ex Saa Nig. S - Sun.ti a Easter Stole, an Alms Dish Mat, and for r. M A. -- . Eggs. The entire the decoration of Easter 6 40 zo 37 Versailles 10 12 11 10 7 35 number is futhermore. permeated with NicholasView 11 31 7 St 53 " 20 8 11 spring motives in every department of Million 11 45 r. k. g in decoration; S 30 Richmond 12 30 pm laoa 12 50 drawing for landscape painting, Union.. u 14 Moberly 12 17 00 and ''How to draw the bicycle" in one Brassfield. I 45 u 3s 200 of Early PanoU J section, and '.The Blue Flowers "I CO 3 05 trTine.. r. . Spring" and Catkins in Decoration" in No. "No. 4. ToTT y the china painting department being all Kx Sun F WESTBOUND Ez Susl in harmony with the spring of the year. r r. m. Strolling Critic" resumes his pen "The 3 3" trTie t IS 4 ' I 4 and gives valuable notes and sketches Panola Brass6eld 4 45 ; good concerning interioi decoration 00 Moberly. I 3 1 5 10 s and workers in Union.. 6 05 Richmond 2 4 5 30 6 20 2 57 bent iron, with full descriptive treat- MiHten Valley View 3 3 " ments abound. The color supplements, NichotasTiHe. 6 58 3 35 4 20 7 S one by Mrs. F. V. Redmond, a brilliant Versailles- r. M A.M. lesson in "Still Life" will be popular and the with students of Trains between t3TiHe ad Versailles - NVn other a blue and white pictnre. "In the Trams between daily Scheldt" by C. Volkmar will be welAH trains connect wh Southern V. comed by china painters and others, ful- and from IttiMTle, an- - wk- - the C N fwci-n-- tP. to and ly sustain the reputation enjoyed by Yon can spend tc hours Louivi! c i ex CincifiR-- ti or 12 hoars in the Art Amateur in this department. return ia Richmond at 3:309. as. to thro-j rate a other informal For Altogether the April number is particu- any ticket aent or larly live" and "up to date" ond shows ART AMATEUR. r-- r ta R. N. & I A M Title-Vall- ey 11 flower-paintin- water-colo- r, j j 1 3 wood-carver- .. water-colo- r, CkM-m- ati . fro-- ho-- rs 1 .. H ad-ie- ss Com-missiou- ei " ConretsS. of SUi Carolina, for Tiia,Ptlfer, of the hoMwlles- - West, Pres-khtt,a- VENTION AT LOUISVILLE. environment. It isan old saying that appearances are frequently deceptive, and no stranger looking at Governor AlcCreiry's cheerful face aud graceful gestures, or listening to his polished sentences, would" ever sus pect that he had had some of the- - most thrilling war experiences of any man in Ametica. But such is the truth of history. He was the only man in Congress m ho had ever been confined iu a peni- lo tickle even,' Reiosing confidence in the wisdom, r voter to the prime center of jiistic and patriotism of the people, and thegtrxanl. believing that a clear, concise and unthan order equivocal declaration of the principles is Gex. Bkaey camio leore McKiu-l- e due frojj the party to the voter, present out tlte tle milit ia Imj the following platform for the careful to lake a lck seat in the Imisvillo consideration of intelligent voters: ba-.oiiventioH and straightway 'the We are opjKteed to the free and unlim Mjt was took." ited coiuage of silver, believing that it THBaEare mors tluia 2,000 wonwle.1 would involve the country hi financial Hldeisiilhehosfiakof Havana, and ruin. The sold dollar is the best dollar heard in ul tiie least subject to fluctuation, and pi. ket Snug can JreqwenUT be Cubans, yet the f r these reasons, and in order to conthat citv.pockteearctbe form our standard to that of the other Suuiih phv tiie rebellion is waning treat counncicial nations, we favor it as IiknvkrV chief newspaper, the Ilnrkj the standard money of the United States and the maintaining on a (mrity with it MoiiiiMHt Neah. thinks the divide headed by Carlisle of every other dollar, whether of silver or of skle and by Bland iwper. on the skle, will coe inU. We favor a tantr so regulated as to proon the e tect the inlercstof all classes of oiirciti-zen- s rollwioHSt Chnagn, like tlw upon articles which may be success"inestethbb' IhmIv striking an iimova-1- k one side or tiie fully manufactured or produced in thi object." and ountry, thus insuring good wages to the other iH get hurt. laorer and a home market to the prollOrt A1U)LT THE orilEK SIDE? ducers; and in connection with this we of thedoctiine plank i favor the Tilhsan ays if a be of reciprocity. iwt put in the national platform We believe that such a system will departy) will not meaning the fray every Government 'expense, gradTliat means a Militant the platform. ually liquidate all indebtedness, restore dixKi.d nartv. Bat sappose airee-s.ivwonld the public confidence, put into motion eery ,lauk shoakl be adopted. wheel of industry, lekindle the fires in port it? If not. our furnaces Miijiid money oh the markets then hat? for the products of our farms and rele gate to the rear the undue excitement lSASTATBUFEKUPHOS. now prevailing concerninir the currency. We believe in an American policy C. J- - Brofcto called on Gov. Hon which will protect Americans and AmerconvenBradley, daring the Louisville ican interests in all parts of the world tion, and viiehed him all manner of good Only a href penod before that and will maintain the doctrine of link in American aflairs by the time Ik- could w t timl words strong Biadley. monarchies of the East. enough in which to denounce We sympathize with the people of was referred to ab "the boss I arlit Cuba in their strn&gle for independence, traitor," lwt upon reading the Secretary's letter concerning the and trust that their efforts may establish his State pride was so a Republic based upon the intelligence .reshleno'.s btrongtbat he wold support Mr Car- and jiatriotism of a free people. We believe that the intelligence of it lisle Mr. Brooeton's mind seems to be citnieiis is the safeguard of the republic, Veseuvius act doing the and to that end we believe it is necessary MUI.irMI. I'ARVOto maintain and extend our system of Hon. J. Speel Smith, of Richmond, free common schools We endorse tne administration of Gov Clerk of tlte la&t House of RepresentatBradley as wise prudent and patriotic ive-. ' in tiie city. Mr. Smith is a can didate for tle RepublKn nominatimi and especially do we endorse his action for tkmgm in the Eighth district and in calling out the militia to suppress Ins friends say Ikj has the lKininaUon threatened violence and bloodshed dur aiiady Hon. Mr. Mnith isa hustler and ing the closing days of the late sessiou a canvas of a good part of tiie of our Legislatuie. has We endorse th" late House of district already. "In my opinion," said h- - today, "the Democrats of the district for its prompt and adequate vill HOiMiMle tiie Hon. R J. Breckiu-ri'lg- measures for the relief of the State Treas-u- i Post. of Dmvi(le. Uiuk-villy and the paymunt of large deficit left man: by the late Democratic Administration Col. Beckitiride is a is and condemn the Democratic majority He able man. 11 an ih man in the in the State Senate for its refusal to asttie oly Eighth dwrtrV-- t wlo cares to go" to sist the House ;n preserving thchonor There aie two son ml monev and maintaining the credit of the Comnin with hfty asftinHions. Your smila monwealth. ing frieiMl Mnkh hm! a whole lot in Belie ing in the availability and fitness wojds when he sahi "In my ojHtiMin of Gov. William 0. Bradley as a presifiwill nominate the Hon. dential candidate, mindful of the splenthe l"MKX-ratOwsley and Foree did State victory won tinder his leaderR. J . Knwkntrh'.ge." must jool their iswui-s- . ship, proud of his executive ability, knowing the soundness of his views on UKJUICKATIC IIUTY IN 1S90the financial and tariff questions, and confident that his nomination will secure At a colehratioii of Tliowas Jeflerson's for the Republican party the electoral birthday in llrooklvn, CgrehsnMiii vote of Kentucky and other Southern Tom Johnstm, of Ohio, was speaker. States w e declare him our choice for the His sech was dipped from a ispa-pe- r presidency and instruct the delegates and lwnled to us bv Thomas J. selected Hy this convention as delegates retireii mercliaiit from th" SiuiUi. the to the next Reot KiriiiBond, with the remark : "those publican National Convention to cast are my sentiments." They are sound! their votes for him as presidential nomiMr Johnson spake on the Democratic nee. dut in 1890. He athl in iwru But, in the event his name is with"Democratic duty in IS is not to sny drawn before the St. Louis convention, one thine and moan another. To mak and he ceases tole voted for there, then a platform that looks two was on dis- they aie directed to cast their votes for puted iiosUons, asking a, little of both Hon. William McKinley the great friend This of protection, so long as his name shall and not much of either. is no time to straddle. Let ns have facts. remain before the convention. In 1SS)8 we are likely to be beaten, JOHN BENNETT, Chairman bi raddling certainly can not save us. It can only add disgrace to defeat. Even if without evasion or equivocation or LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET. mental reservation we proclaim the f.tr vh-e Pr6Mient, OMght free-silve- oh'rl tentiary. Oidinarily men are sent to the State's prison for felony, but young McCrean was locked up for taking pait iu a cav-al- n raid, which in boldness of coucep in the Hon eclipsed any performance military annals of the world, creited consternation in three status and univei bal excitement throughout the country. This was General John 11. Morgan's celebrated ride through Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. He was the Marion of the South and pel haps did moie to annoy the Federal armies, cut their communications and break up their arrangements ihau any other man. He wasbingulai'y handsome, the ideal partisan ranger, with all the vim, dash aud dare-Jex- il spirit of Priuce Rupert him self. The armies of the Cumberland and Tennessee were often cold and hungry because Morgan aud his troopers had unexpectedly captured their clothes and victuals. The Keutuckians are born riders, and corneas near being centaurs half man and half horse as any people who have lived on the globe since the close ot the mythological age. What is a good deal more, they had the finest horses iu the woild to ride. If they could have had their way, 99 per cent of the Kentucky volunteers, both Union and Confederate, would have chosen the cavalry arm of the service So when Morgan, who had in his youth served in the Mexican war, decl.ued his intention of recruiting a company of cavalry for the Confederate Army, the young bloods of the Blue Grass region Hocked to his standard in such numbers that his company soon swelled into a regiment and then into a brigade of such horsemen as Joachim Murat, would have delighted to lead at Marengo, Austerlitz or AVagram. One of the chivalric youths who en. listed under him was Gov. McCreary who started in a private and came out a Lieutenant Colonel. In 18C3 Morgan, overestimating the endurance of man and beast and underestimating the modern facilities for co troops, as well as the martial spirit of the stay-a- t homes in the North, when danger was brought close to their own doors, took it into his adventurous head to cairy the war into the enemy's country. So Morgan and hia men, mounted on the pick of Kentuckv thoroughbreds, started on their march to fame's eternal camping ground. During the long and perilous ride through three States bis men had .little time to rest So thoroughly fatigued were they bp their hardships that many of them slept soundly for miles on their horses. Governor McCreary told me once that for many days he never pulled his clothes off and never once lay down to take a tup, but did all his bleeping on horseback. He also stated the curious fact that bo much dust accumulated on them that on hot days in July, when the perspiration oozed out at every pore, their bodies were positively muddy from head to foot. Morgan bad no', more than 100 men with him, one of these being Oilonel McCreary, when he was captured by another Kentuckion, Colonel James Shackelford, rewarded with that exploit with a Brigadier Generalship, and subsequently with Judgeship iu the Indian cen-traii- k hat great care should he exercised in Salt Rheum, Catarrh, Rheumatism, all tthe selection, as a hat covered with Humors, Kidney and Liver troubles, Dyspepsia, That Tired Feeling, builds up the bright flowers, and a Dresden silk parasol would be in very loud nerves, creates an appetiteand strengthens whole system. Its merit, its sales, its taste. Some Dresden silk parasols are in the very' delicate hues, lines of tiny sprigs on cream or white grounds. Tnen, again, they are so flaring, that a white hat tion of the system, which the pleasant show ing just a touch of color, is most apfamily laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompts ly removes. That is why it is the only propriate. Chine or brocaded silk para- Make Hood's Sarnaparilia tho One True remedy with millions of families, and is sols are also very bright, and simple Blood Purifier. Sold by all druggists, fl. everywhere esteemed so highly by all white pongee parasols with a Venetian Prepared only by C I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass who value good health. Its beneficial Pillc the te3' tironlant. Eay effects are due to the fact, that it is the lace band around the edge, look well Hoorl'c I 111S aniUhrer famUy cathartle UUUM with gay hats. "While chiflon parasols, one remedy which promotes internal to tike, ear to operate. Alt drngKiats. 2S cent. cleanliness without debilitatincr the trimmed with flowers, are so particular! v onrans on which it acts. It is therefore attractive that thev will continue to all important, in order to get its bene-f- i ial effects, to note when you pur- adorn garden parties, or outdoor fetes of James Thompson & Kro , of Louisville, chase, that you have the genuine artievery kind, and thin fabrics, such as bought of Chicago parties, Chapin & cle, which is manufactured by the Calicrepe de chine, gauze or not lace, are Gore, 4,000 barrels of Kenttnky fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by s plaited, gathered or ruffled on plain founall reputable druggists. the prodiiftsof several different If in the enjoyment of good health, dations. raiisring in rgc trom 0 to 15 and the system is regular, laxatives or veari. at a total cost of 500.000. Yero.w Ciarkf other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. gaily-colore- Gladness Comes it cures Scrofula, d F 17 ures 23 90 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? te!-- t U It meant that theGnwa sb4 t N Lexiagt n; ita "?i Rt U Rr a lxtwe,a ii I nvft-r-aCac--tt-.ti tj i mil Ctut-a-t- naaii t ".r AtUnfct, or JcLnt1U-- , :: n- 11 - vct TriU ' u!siMrtit SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Ouly AMT-- TH ShtTr :: C 1 1 Ptr-- t ! A- s- ni-a- i-f rnt. Throrh fjrs Vter kisl i- i tj kwnt"ioi Te iJk! Ms OrltmM r t ti --bunt tir l Crfirei. Frum LeTi. uu rt t luuM is :Jirt-t-r- t. . "e tra-Mt- ts- VmCmZtsXjMlMtt Ota I Piu'r Ant, C--t-, O. vvhis-kip- QUEEN 1"-" AND CRESCENT ROUTE. m - well-inform- NEW YORK FASHIONS. SPUING 1 el-iu- -nt ltem-K-nic- costumes: cloves, WAISTS, PVKASOI.S. GHASs linen mwl-Bione- y foee-siH- er old-tim- tlt free-silv- er free-eilv- er c. Spring costumes present no striking changes, plain skirts and elaborately trimmed waists reinainiug in fav r for all but the very lightest fabrics, which ire not yet matters of great importance. Kverything centres on the corsage front, although the back may be, and often is, Lace, chine or Drestrimmed to match den silk, velvet, spangled net, or not two of these potent factors make up the gay trout now so impera-ive- . Jacket fronts heighten this tendency, anil will be extremely stvhsb for waist or outdoor garments, and a succe-mo- u of fronts may be supplied at a reasonable expenditure by purchasing rem nants, which if put together with skill and good taste the result is surprising. V1IITKSTI.N IIKVERS, ii s r- rnni - H IFAF AT AlA FflDFUILAIS aMjMHiViJMV.MfBtaHn(fXtnHEayBHVJVB mmmmmmmmimmmKmmmtmmmmmmtimmammmmmmMMAAi ifSHfairarTrJ SA1$3. iiilijfiiJjiOr -- - dfetin-gui.e- .l either spangled or bordered with Venetian lace, having gathered chilfbn at the eoutre, are very fashionable, and an ingenious idea is to have two or three revers which hook on the waist, and may be changed at pleasure. 'Nothing imparts a more styiish air than white satin on a black or colored velvet basque which should have a short, ''ripple back.'2 Higbtly-pointed or round waists remaia popular ; velvet belts are wide or narrow, and velvet folds finish the lower edge ol manv elegant waists. Black satin rib bon modifies the bright hues of chine silk cohtnniesvvith excellent etFecc, as a belt, and bows at the shoulders. A few small sleev es are again show u, but no one ventures to express any decided opinion as to the future. A ENEFIT QP REDU IE TEW GOODS. FOIL pMalMliMI--- - fMfSIil- - : filial nam k - THEY AEE CHEAPEE, WE BOUGHT THEM u3 .; LESS ATD AEE SELLING THEM FOE Eli. If MUCH LESS. fp-J- -- t tt- - e Repres-eutativ- e, e free-silv- free-div- er " - Blackburn is a line type of physical man light haired, ofsanguine temperament, opiilar with the masses, an uuequaled mixer, a splendid stumper with a rich vein of humor and great powers of inve. the. Once he was traveling on a train, when someone approached him aud said: of Indiana?" "Isn't this Mr. "No," replied the .successor to Henry Clay. "The reason I look so bad in I have been sick for three months!" His pluck, which stood him in go,d stead during the war, does not fail him blue-eye- HANDSOME GLOVE are ready for you and we surpass them all, with our new spring Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes SJs arai and Merchant Tailorinq. The largest and best line of clothida we have ever shown at urices that are the verv We THiEE IP Ell -i K--r-J e - well-know- n Stato-nt-larg- e in Washington. It rarely falls to the lot of any man to elect two Unifed States Senators by one act, and, yet, according to a waggish Kentuckian, that's precisely what Blackburn did when he pulled the ear of Se'n-atW. E. Chandler of New Hampshire. The Kentuckians Blackburn for pulling it and the people of New Hampshire Chandler for having it pulled which goes far to prove the truth of the old Latin dictum, "Oe gustibus non disputandum " A few moments before Ferry of Michigan, President pro tern, of the Senate, announced the consummation of the S to 7 fraud, Blackburn made a speech in whicn he used this bitter languags. "Mr Speaker, the end has come Tbete is no longer a margin fur aigu-men- t, and manhood spurns the pica of mercy, and yet there is a fitness in the hour that should not pass unheeded. To-dais Friday. ITporrthat day the 1 Savior of the world suffered crucifixion two thieves. On thU Friday I between or y 1 gives the finishing touch to a costume, and for Spring wear, suede is the favored material, coming in pearl gtay, tan or brown, pique sewn (lapped seams), with miniature arrows in black stitching. Gloves no longer match costumes, but are in contrast, and five or six pale yellow shades, called the ficolle tints take precedence of all others. A novelty in silk gloves, "The Formosa,"' a doubly-wovefinger-tippeglove, seen in Lord & Taylor's wholesale department, is a real benediction to persons whose hands perspire, and is shown of pure silk, taf feta and Lisle thread, iu tans, black, modes, slates or white The advantage n, d ill ia3 SUE- - , !. i i lowest. Wo hotrn nnA THODtTrnTnM tit,!! nnnn i, men me n l mpi-i-auu. ., iu -- iiwiuuiiuti wm iiiuvc very strong ana every garment if. is bargain. We give you a better suit for less money than any other house in this market. J -G -u- & isfc.r- -. .- e Si if! nrT JL V mnf ictart- tt r m -- eSK JL Waiy LEFT? ARE YOUR FEET RIGHT AMD likidmRm - m FACTS, V BLUFF OLOTHIN0, IH . 1 - HU X U (IEterl Trdo Mark.) cr n-- Unite- - SUtei -- ad For Pitt-- U. EH n Come and see, and if you don't think so don't buv. We will fntn nlpnsriro in shnwins VOU. ; Wliy not bny the best goods for Ihe money that's what we give you. We have any gradevou fr ' vaut,'best ot all grades, and can suit all tastes and pockets. Mothers don't forget the i'R. WEAK ISEH MADE ViGGRGfc X 0AY- 1 A WniOFl MEANS BEST ON EARTH. There was more of these goods sold here last year than'.r-"- . anv bov's make of clolhinsr ever sold in this market Fnces ranjre from $2.00 to 5.00. TheS.; five dollar suits are equal to suits you pay from six to seven dollars of other makes, the cheaper grades m proportion. We have added for the spring and summer the CELEBRATED MANHATTAN which is the most , hVl What NERVSaOR r onjulcly. rues whc It nets powortallymen- regaYocn- cUiera f.ill. l- let man-c. nen recover youthful visor. PErFEH'S 3'"rT. lo wn. . 13 tj SHIRTS. (E' - oa constitutional Government, justice, hon Sales on anr markot this week ufi amounted lo 3,71)8 hbds. with ie-f- c ceipts for the same period 1,420 hbds. Sales on our market since January 1st amounted to 03,095 hhds. Sales of tnc crop of 1895 on our market to this date amount to 01,406 hhds. The following quotations fairly repreweakened? What trust abjlished? What sent our market for hurley tobacco "" buideu removed? In the hands of a. money Trash (dark Or damaged )$.l 75 to 1 50 Democratic Administration the 2 00 to 4 00 cer that Jefferson feared has been Common colory trash sireugthened, at every point; ia a time Medium to good eol trash 4 00 to 0 00 of IMMce the monstrous expenses of gov- - j Common lugs not co'ory 2 00 to-- 4 00 4 50 to 700 eminent are being paid by issuing londt Common colpry lugs A and wage are lower and Umf harder Medium to god col lugs 7 00 to 0 00 ijian in 18)2. If these are fruity of De- "Common looedinui leaf 5 00 to 8 00 8 00 to lo IX) mocracy, what wonder that the people Medium to good leaf. ' 15 00 to IS 00 Good to'nXe leaf , turned to tiie other thjug. Wise IS 00 to 22 00 care nothing what parties call 'thexd FelectTapbeiy leaf $elvt but what - they dq i!y their The aliove quotUdi'fe not SppUca ,' PIC u Wggz o Jrysjep. crop. 'f nihl!ka!i ve JjnouOhtui 1&9!-cro- principles, we may still be But we shall have honor, gain beaten. courage and in present defeJt make fu ture victory sure. 'Bitter experience shall teach us. In 18'.ri we won a victory as great as Jeffer son won in 1SU0. In ISWi the Democrat-- . ic jarty is broken, discredited, degraded The reason in plain. In JSSfciwe asked for power, that we might kill protection, We abolish trusts, reduce taxation were given the power. Now it is ISO'. What protected ring has been even PUDUSHED VI BY GLOVER J; DUHKETT, LOUIS MX TOUACCn WAREHOUSE. jni hW D esty fair dealing, manhood and decency suffer crucifixion amid tlneves. It was on that day that this presidential fraud received its nomination at the hands of the Republics? party. It was upon that dav as it recurred that every- - determina tion reached by the blistered, perjured, miscreants that constitute a majority of tbeconiintssronhas beeu promulgated to the country. It ia on that day that you propose to consummate your iniquity and foist into a place of power hiufwhotn the peoble of the land have spurned, scorned and rejected at the poUV' If anything more scathing tjian that was ever uttered in CungresK I have never seen or heard of it Blackburn lias given to sundry men at divers titnesinnny hard knocks? but he has received soine exceedingly sharp thrusts himself, which lie accepted with perfef taug fmid. U- In his first race for Congress. fwj oppo nent was Ed3Iar8haU,trly as brilliant a i Go to D, Sf.niicrjij to 'have your t(jS)ooK.uidaI made. I inau xs his mnre celebrated brother-Term- . s- ehe-j- w Once Drhlls making a speech W tbc yotiena Btopned sHdvieiiljrjkftjj'hj! Jraifi: vjjet fhewwirjiii -i-ft-i- We have them in all styles White, full drss. nrl oo-l,oil f nnn..ior -- .v00 Knit right and left to conform to ihe shapg Morgan and all hisfieid officers, includthe foot, thus preventing many discom ef slfrj. fortt and insuring great durability. ing General Basil Duke Lieutenant ColSHOES. Vs-- 'SF-'JEASJIf, OiacasrMrDICX. onel McCreary and Capt. Thomas H V . Uo aud 'Ihe most select line in town. from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than other houses. We are so!e STOCKIM! THE of the Supreme Sold by Richmond Dm Hines, now "White" Leutucky, were locked up for selling agents at this place of the Smith tfc Stoushton (Incornoratedl Men's fine shoes. Court of ; i " in the Ohio Penitential , where most of them remained till the D. PEFFER'S genius of Captain Hines conceived the QYAL-TJUIS- Y. project of liberating himself and his felMer.ht.nt , Tailarlag Prices NEWniSCOTXEr. vsry low, assortment complete, WORKMANSHIP low captives by tunneling out of prison. A new, rcu ao -- -a b ia rtM lor scanty o palnluS pits cd, R Dy oyor 80,000 meantime Colonel McCreary hud .BEST In the men.turtlo.Sow used organs, r-l Invigorates these ile. been transferred to Fort 'Delaware. His vrurs of -- ancerou- bnttatlo- - Knin Anew Feature in our Clothing Department is Bicycle paper. S3 per bcx, om U -- oxL Sbt Suits, Golf Hose, Shoes and Sweaters and Caps Sen- - Ic lc father being an, old friend, as well as a feaie- - in plain wrapper. ptaznps for particulara. 6td by ineni - T!V T T . r--r HEFFiaSM-UI-Crelative of Mrs. Lincoln, secured . distant x ASSOCIATION, Chlouco. JO. from him permission for Colonel Mc- Grearv an only ton to go to Europe 1 and remain during the war, on his perf ttzj m BESTINQUALm rillT3 m m OST IN QUANTITY. sonal parole. This tempting offer the S iK refused considergallant young soldier ing that its acceptance would be but a desertion. Again species of be was made the victim of the lex tallio-niaan- d U was one of the Confederate offt if WHITE'S cers chosen by the prisop authorities to to Charleston and exposed for he taken 1 Weeks to lire of the ConYEARS FOR federate batteries. This was, perhaps, i Has led sll WORM Remedies. assevere an ordeal as ahy soldier ever EVERY BOTTLE tUIfttMTEES. ".endured. But McCreary survived it to fat ! " AI,i, BKT7GIT3. SOU) enter upon a long andonspfuuous politPlTr4 hr ST raial SICHlllDSflV -i- mCIXK (., L03. ical career. v XM!KMm Territory, to CurocrvmnM, I.nst Vltnl iDijiotency, fitll'on . Wbor -- ex, Falll-- B Mtrnirr, WmChc 1 of cbuscor txccsi't .:!(,.!, an&nH tftctt otf Insaniiy ana consm)) (ItecrtUm. VVrrds jubst:tn let dru:gM lmpoe avrori-l-ss It yleltis creit tor nroat. lcl; t or tto fi t.yr KEliViaOK, Prepola pbiln-- T hecnTio- - in vestpoce r. Gl per box. or O lor js.1. with A. i'o'J' Onaranteo to Cure orJtefanl : trltten Tree. Sold tiT"nnrlts. A " Inner. iMiteci! lR1v f I FiOFIlJLAM HBTJOIIP- - rn MS ArjIC-- Eery One, pa mlr.! IS R5 cfi t - ex-Jud- pA rj tr safe-keepin- g m KEVE-tFAlL- Pit -O. . Hats For $5J p. IH' '.-.- Dqumul. Ib-I- cs. At, rn Pfgji iarg JXi- -t; MiHD t BM us a GalL .1 eIM I ;VERJviFUOE 20 We will .make "Us All, . ETON .. COMPLETE . MiTCHELi jio-HE-vno-T- i-, theIi LIME.i j' to the mutual interest For si iiimb n friii Subscrih for the Climax Jf E.jry5i c -e smssxsr-- , mf3 ' lithe li m rn. t nli -!, ri '- TAILOtS AND CL OTHIERS, l avE- -3 -T S?S3 i -ir-n is. ii "t . Br-i-rjBrii-Brru J-nsti 'ip-pi-- a i a :" blB r - -- - . - -- Sr- . ' -4 " . -- - ' le - c - c - . ' !HMEWgiSiljaM ..f t ? .'- -. r 1 , . - . -- " -. ; - - ? it,. .' so- - - - h -- A ii- si - -- V f l' . l - 'ir. .- . . ' .... .,! "i Em M ffHSfl; 4'trUtjfri " .' . 'Ve p "Half'aspan of angry steel", will jr How'sTlisj? , SoiUhora Baptist Convention. ducenonioVe fatal results than a .negWe offer one hundred! dollars reward EED OUT! For the occasion of the Southern BapYEDXESDAY, - - AV11IL 22, IS06. lected cola" OrcoughT For all throat and forany rase of Catarrh that cannot beJ tist Convention, which will convene at lung diseases, Ayer a Cherry Pectoral is cured by Hall's Catarrh (Jure. Chattanooga, Tenn., May A. clorious rain yostnnljiy, beginning inclusive the beat remedy It is invaluable in F. J. Chexey (,'o.f Toledo, 0. the Southern Ifailwaj will sell tickets to at 1 o'clock. oases o.f croup whooping oouge. bronchi We, the undersigned, have known F. Chattanooga. Tenn., and return, at rate Opposition dies for want of aniTlio tobacco factory on Laurel street tis, aud la grippe. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be- of one limited first class fare for the is booming. mation as it gazee on our ofterinss A man's health is the rope, by which lieve him perfectly honoiable in all bus round trip. Tickets will be sold May 5 Court of oJainis will moet on Tues- he climbs to success If he can keep his iness transactions aud llnanci.Uly able to 8 inclusive, good to return fifteen dav-Dress Parade. day w eok May 5th. et his to carry out any obliga:ions made by from date of sale, but limit on tickets Capt Wygant invites the public to health, he will go ou tosuccess. may be extended, allowing fifteen days health is the very thing he neglects more their firm. s aim Jake Colli us is thinking of painting rich!" witness the dress parade of C. U. cadets West & Truax, Whobsale Druggists, additional time, provided they are de8 and compares them with the than anything else. It is easier to keep the front of his house re4-- i o 5 every Thursday afternoon between 3 and 1'ar.luiied. health than it Is to .regain it. When a Toledo, O.. Walding, Kinian & Marvin, posited with Joint Agent, Chattanooga, 00W500CO5f3COSOf500000r0000 prices. We carry the largest 4 o'clock, on thecainpuf, weather per- uufu Phil Moborley. who was convicted at Miniature goW thimble lost Under on or before May 14, 1S95. feels himself running down, when Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,. O. Charlie Burimm will open a bike lines ! We give the lowest priees the last term of Cirouit'Court for mule repair shop on Irvine street, third dpor mitting. This is a most dolightful way he realizes a loss of vitality and energv-- , Hall's Catarrh Cure is tikeu internally please leave at Climax ctRoe. The Southern Railway reaches Chatof spending an hour. The presence of We invite inspection. stealing and given a penitentiary sen. east of the post pflice. He also deals In he must call a halt The straiuis of his acting directly upon the blood and mu tanooga from all directions, and its ser The Fitzpatrick bank case was trans spectators encourages the cadets as well tonce, has been pardoned bv Gov" Brad second hand wheels. vice is unexcelled. It is the short line Testimorope are parting rapf.ily COLLINS FURNITURE GO Dr. Pit rce's cous surface of the system. ferred to the equity docket. as the commandant ley. Moberley and a follow named Ham Golden Medical Discovery has helped nials sent free- - Price 75c. per bottle, aud the scenic route from Louisville, iu Surveyor James Boggs is Dave Myers has bought Billy got drunk, so the story goes, and a mule now a graceful hike ridei- connection w ith the Queen and Crescent The Gooso Didn't Hang nigral. thousttlids of men in just this condiiMii. sold by all Druggists. team of Norman South Carolina, Georgia and Florida eolt followed them for some distance One day not long ago, John F Stone It makes health, it makes pure, rich Hiram F. Colley and daughter Iwve James E. Pepper, Lexington's uoted points. The Southern Railway is the Mrs. Parah S (lagan minis Jiuntcrs along the road. The finally concluded ridden a tandem from Little Rook- - Ark., went out to the waterworks reservoir blood, it forces out impurities aud kills distiller, has assigned, with liabilities. at bhort line and operates the quickest and to sell the mil and buy more whisky, to Winstead, Conn. The "and there seeing a wild goose proceeded get ins. ltdoesnt make auj- - diflereiiLe to keep off her prenitc-esSee notice machine was most convenient schedules from points 5400,000. which they did, but when they gdtsobcr made by Colley. trouble hjon its line in .Mississippi, to Jnattauooga. The time consumed trjkill it But it happened to be a pet of what name you call A long, lMit, dry bx1I, considering paid the money - kidney disease rheumatism djspepsia back. Now that Mober in the trip was throe months, stopping For further information, call on any " " Food, undigested, is poi.on. Digested, a thu waterworks, and on Monday Mr. .. that this is April, was ended vettprda). ley is frH, it is nothing but proper that lew days at many Agent of the Southern Railway-- or E. J. consumption skin disease, the "GoStone was tried before Judge Rico on a phces. is life and strength. it Millions of us Martin, T. P. A.,vColumbus, Miss., A. r lden Medical Discovery" will cure it absocharge of trespass and lined S7.40. Dr. Jasper now has a telephone at Ham should be pardoned. One is as sutler from indigestion, out we often Whedon, P. & T. A , Lotiisv Ule, Kj-.- , J. George Simmons, John Stub Ml Fancy lutely. Hone of these dUensts can. rerestdece, the Carr jdace, on Broad- - guilty as the other, hud it is the general Charley Douglas rode to Arnold, and don't know it We think it is something L. Meek, T. P. A. Kuoxville, Tenn., W. Died. Oamp Dick opinion that they should beset free. tain hold on the body hen it is full of Chattanooga, Tenn.. wav ,. . Tt.-- else. Even doctors often mistake the II Doll, T. P. A.. Robinson Sunday bj way of Lancaster jonu tin 'i- - ueu near i,.t .i nan m rich, pure blood. tvnue tr L. A Shipmaii, T P. A., Birmintrhdui. wiiue Record. symptoms. D F. Bowman rnis a eboesltop in Ala., J.C. Andrews, S. W. P. A., Madison count on Monday morning, Country Produce especially wasted. stamps' to Moberley wb anested in Richmond. and icturned.a nice run of 04 miles. bend 21 cents in Pule, thin people.'w ho are overworked, La , L. S. Brown, G. A. I. D., Prompt delivery of good to all parte or.miwtioH with his gnoceiy on EstHI Should the council not prohibit the April 20th, 1SIKJ, after a brief illness, aged World's Dispeusarj Medical Association of town. Washington, I). C, W. A. Turk, G, P. A. llui'iptl in throwing of glass on the streets? Glnss about 45 years. Buried at the fainilj Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's who need strength, who si em in want of AVashington, D. C, S. II Hard wick, A. Canned Goods. incline. proper food, should take Shaker Diges G. P. The remain of John Hambrick, aged is dangerous to the feet of people and burying groimd. He was a son of Peny 1008 pace A., Atlanto, Ga., C A. Benscoter, Salt by the Barrel. 'Common Seise Medical Ad tive Cordial. It is astonishing w Prof. TormHi.of WibconFin, has been 42, who wao couglit in hat food A. G. P. A., Chattanooga, 43 the shafting in the animals alike, and' especially hurtful to White and brother of M. V. White, this viser," profusely illustrated. . Tobacco and Cigars. eni.'a,j:el to instruct the Iiiffcinonu t saw mill at Ford and killed will do when properlv- - digested. place. He was mail carrier between on the bic cle tires. Candies and Cakes. I land. Thomas C, leiFbrsoii's barn near Lex It will make you strong, revive you, 9th., were interred in the Pleasnt Hill Richmond aud Clays Ferry by way of Mis. G.B. M. Hale has mastered the D. P. Artner is receiving his spring Green Groceries HVCome andsee me refresh you, sustaiu you, make fat, ( White Hall aud Bluegras, and had car- ington burned, with a SoUOO loss. U. MamloKn eJHb at the court cemetery in this county Saturday. The bike, 6iuce Saturday, Novelties, someand can now ride color, make muscle, brain stock of Jewelrj- and inn', littt night, assisted by a member funeral was held under the auspices of up hill, down, and over all kinds of ried it over the old line from Red House Don'tlet anyone persuade jou to take restore Ira'asS. thing entirely new. The latest fads in tiLre, courage, endurance, inKiatghtbuf Pythias Lodge of Ford energy, the f "vusa's band. to White Hall. He was never married, anv'thing else instead of fcimmoiis Livei rough roads. bells, ladies watch guards, silver noveland a body from that order accompanied Regulator Some merchants will trv to crease j'our power to throw ofF disease ties and m fact anything you inay want Mrs. J. J. TIaley, of Cyitthiano. de-- n This is the time of year when the mar- Knights of Pjtlrias Lodge ttie remains here. Mr. Hambrick was do tins but not for jour good, 'lhey do and keep you healthy and happj pre) a mission lecture Sunday night at Last week the defunct lodge of the Indigestion does just the opposite, but in his line at bottom prices, Don't fail born aud raised in this county and was ket man cometh along in his wagon it to make a little more profit on some1S- lln- Christian Church. to see them. he goeth into the houses to sell Knights of Phlhiasin Richmond, was rethe first in the Asher Lumber While thing which is of aniiuferior qualitv, indigestion can be cured and prevented his produce, he putteth a rock under his vived by A. C. Green, Deputy Grand eorge C. V. student, Company's milltt. a with Shaker Digestive Four children and a though ou must for is hailed as a harbinger 'r ke his legThurHlay while wrestling uiie,lormerly MjtoLucy Turpin, alhoof wheel lest the nag runneth away. Then Chancellor, who had a dispensation the bad jas for the pay just as min.htake Sold by druggists. Trial bottle 10 The blue bird also a reminder that a good. Be sine to oi Spring. It is r it It John Wood. It's our aim to give yo in fnmitar this count, survive him. Mcliolasulle he driveth off" and lea vet h the rock in from the Grand Chancellor of the State. SfllimjitlM I.ivi.r tN'trtilnlfii' .....a twvtltitn. cents. mill ..Wlllll ...... ... r is needed to prepare the the street, and it niaketh the biker The members of are Dr. else. Look for the lightest weight eoaaeteBt witli Journal. Knights of Pythias will meet at Ma-- h the Red Z on every pack' Soutiiern Baptist Convention, Chattafor the debilitating weather to J. I Abhbaugh., who was elected Chansweat eth thereat strength and beauty of degiga. ai;o. tin Lodge room (Thursday) nooga, May Mh. come. Listen and you will hear the cellor Commander, Dr. J. C. Moigan, LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. nurht at 7:30 o'clock. Cumbersome Furniture Clark county has candidates and l birds singing: "Take Avers Sarsapa OF M. V. AVhite, Master ernor Boronuin , of West Vir rilla in March, April, May." For Is an obsolete idea and we do not teat lames A. Tate, of Nashville, 1 of Exchequer; J. D. Feeney, Master of spaie as the following shows: is dead. i CORHBCTED WbEKLY & $& M. Beckner; Coiintv n'mia a temperance lecture at the in antiquities. Modern styles, modern Finance; P. II. Sulhran, Prelate; Dr. C. Congress .' Berry, Mrs Sarah Mjs William Baldwin, a wealthy lady Lakin Cress was jailed at Beatryville Hagg.ird, James II ttor methods and modern workmanship are Thurwlay night. K, Hooker, Keeper of Records and Seal; Judge RcmIuoj' isje lb M. Clare, Mrs Clay, Mrs Belle Evans, John N. Cnukvv right; Countj of Mercer countj-- , cut her throat with for unlawful sale of liquor, but he laid in harajteristic of our stock and methods hjigs -- mart Jones bought 7 to 74c doz Chenault, MisM K Collins, It. B. Ten ill, Master Workman; M G. the elegant furJames her husband's razor, .because sue was a a supply while in jail, and coutiuued TOsden; CircuitClerk Call and get our prices. 5 to 5Ie lb Brown, Master at Arms; Charles Jacols, AttouiejB B niture of T. B. Hackett's saloon and re-- Chickens (live) feteied; the traffic. Chickens (dressed).'. 10c lb Davis, W. C. Inside Guard. Other members are John W. T. Fox A.ien N. Bush, W. H. Gar- victim of morphine. FiRiirj&eo his own with it. Ducks (live) ner; Coiintv Clerk Wash M Gav. Will C. Chenault, T. T. Covington, J. R. Gib5c lb England, Pascal Gilhoit; Sheiifl-- K. S. Scobee, W. 1 (dressed) J J. McAfee, lawyer and author and Dui-k10c lb Fain, Mi's Mollie Finn, Miss Callie son, French Tipton. a EQv Cl'eese .p in law of Gen. llmoplirey Marshall, This lodge was established in Rich- MeKiimev, Wm II. Tucker; Jailer J. 10fol21clb Gentry, Earneat Gully, Miss A Hie 5 Lard n .1 Piidilenly in Lonibville. mond about tw entv- - vears ago, but sus- H. Boone. Jr., John T. Jones, Jesge A SJc lb Harris, Hallie t Harris, Eta '. liantfev'. .las. W. Reed, Butler Robinson, Beeswax. 20c lb Ilisle, Almerice pended a dwell v ears ago. It was several -- Mrs B. A. Crutcher spent from Sat-- t 2 Ginseng . $2.25c lb Irvine, June yean, subsequently leinstalcd biit again Assessor J as. T. Sokely, Chas. S. Guj In until Tuesday with friends at "Wool (No, 1) F. Cooper. 12 to ISc lb King, M. suspended. is now ou a firmer founIt ,n Iniiood. NicJtokksviHe Journal. Iu the long ago, Polly Brown va Burry and Colt 7 to Sc lb Lee. dation than ever. Rebark .lite Million, colored, was yesterday Green nnmlered in 'Garrard countj-- by her sishides. 3 to 31c lb Maiipin, Samuel Miller lion p cn a tear in the penitentiary for Dry hides ter, Martha Brown, and two negroes . . 5 to 6c lb Monvhan, Umphrcy liog steal nig Charley were hanged on ciix'timstantial evFeathers (new) . 32c lb Norris S PERSON idences, but Martha on hei death bed. I On uit CurJ has transacted oottsid- Pliver, Sudie T Parmer, Mr Srliniil jiiul Cliiucli. vears affoi wards, confessed. inl usiiH'SS the past week' but little Scudder, John The plans and specifications of the MgS f?g5B s Im Hirtawe to the reading public. Tevis, Cassie 8 Spr iiir rinse 9 Tudor, C R. Ixuiiion school buildiii" will be readv Ml. W. W. Watts is iirlVxw. AV. T. Ts when ncarlj even one feels the need ('art. WjgaHt will drill the young to submit to contractor on April 22. at Willmms, Mise M3;k While, Mr. lUyhufii Rice has gone to Texa-- . of some blood purifying, Williams Mrs Sallie Witt, Misa Lena strength in M. F. I. before the Knight Catching's Hotel. London, Ky ,in charge la.bet. ot Mrs. Capt Bailey 1ms nutumeii fiom vigorating and health producing mediWilliams, John, of Rev. J. J. Dickey, and at the office of T iiiplarsdnrigtheGraudCoinmandery Virginia. J. B. Wilms. cine. The roid merit of Hood's Sarapa II. LvJConc, architect, in Lexington, Ky., P. M. K J Hampton, btother of Mrs. II Miss Allic Trib'ple has gone to onis-ill- e rilla is the reason of its w idfspread po- In order to give every one an opportunity to secure some of these bargains, we wlil have special hourly where the will remain for two weeks. ( Hargis. this place, was duly .elected The bids uljiritj-- . m Its uiieqiiullcd success is its for a shoit visit to he opened May S, at 11 a. m. .Madison I'onntr iuTno Coin cations.' h.iiriiimi of the 'tenth .CongrtiNMOiihl The. whole sys sales of the following Goods which will be sold only during the hours named at the prices, and only for CASH. No Mrs. N .1 Arnold visited her dauyhlei beet lecoinineiidHiiou. Miss Belle II. Bennett says the Last Wednesday tlw State Democratic Republican Committee. tern is susceptible to the most go.id from "Dick Rob nst ii .mnual meeting --of the Woman's Convention of Missouri was hold. Mrs- Johnson, at Camp goods named wftl be charged at these prices, and when the time is up, the regular price will be charged. Don't a medicine like Hood's taken Foreign Mission Society will be held at Among the prominent last week. The dry goods sAock ot Klein L nieii in it weie at this time, and he would lay special damaged by smoke London, Ky., J une was A delegation Mi's. Capt- Baily has return 1 7ron Gov. Wm. J. Stone, Gov . David R. Francis ask us to vary from this, as we will be COMPELLED TO SAY NO. BEAR IN MIND THAT ONLY CASH WILL GET stress iiKn the time and ipiuedj, for fmiii the lire in their basement Tuesday of near one hundred of the leading wom- and Congressman Will Hatch. Gov. Virginia; has it iccoided that delaj-- are danen of the church are expected night, but the extent is not known. The Francis had no more shtfwing than a THESE GOODS AT THE PRICES NAMED. Mrs. Giles W- Ware, of Treii gerous. The remarkablesuccessachieved annual sermon will be preached by Rev. suow ilakeinthe Hellespont. Jle wanted ton, are visiting Dr. and 'Mrs. hv Howl's Sarsaparilla and the inanj C. B. Fugleman & Co., successors to D. C. Kelley, D. D , of the to be adelegattto the Chicago convenVaught on West Main. John XV. Smith, meat market at K. C w ords of praise it has, received, make it Depot, are working up a good trade Board of Missions, on the 23rd. The tion, but the convention was largely a Miss Tempie Oldham went to Cincin- worthy uf your confidence. AVeaskyou corner stone of the school building will y one, and he being a handling fresh fish, vegetables, &c nati jesterday to replenish hor stock of to give this medicine a fair trial. le laid with elaborate ceremonies, inman, was not considered for a mo- millinerj'. Full standard Indigo blue calicoes, fancy calRoes, light shirting eaJko& A real good Lad es' Fast Black Hose, regular price 3oc, will be sold from J.W Nefl & Co shipregularly every cluding an address of one of the bishops. ment He would have been temporary Danville fair Aug 4th, with 2,100 in D Chenault has" returned from Mrs. T. week a car of eggs and poultry o Cincinwill be sokl from 10 to 11a. m. for 4c. 0 to 10a.m. for 25c. chairman at Chicago had he gone as a putsch aud C. P. Cecil president. Hun. William II. Miller Dead. a visit to relatives in Fayotle cjimtj'. CASH. nati, their latest cargo being yesterday delegate. Stone was elected a CASH. 2 V) caes of egss and 30 coops of poultry. A telegram received yesterday morn The Misses Bennetts visited in j Edward Pardridge, the noted Chicago Vest and Cockrell being the ing by relatives here, from Stanford, anlast week. wheat plunger, is dead. The application for a road to be other two. opened from John D. Harris's through nounced the death of W. H.Miller. He Miss Annie Waters, of (Sarrurd coun-t- j At the State Republican Convention wat probably 55 years old and a son of Wheat is backward in the State of is visiting Miss Annie Morhoii on the lands of Harris, T. D. Cheaault Ac to in Louisville, Thursdaj, A. If. Buinam James and Fanny Harris Miller, of was elected Washington. the Duncan lane has been releired to a Delegate to the Second bt Lonsdale bleached cotten, Masonville bleached cotton, Fruit of the PepperslbietteltttlsfeeetM?,lie: Madison county; therefore a nephew of commissioners. St. Louis convention Col. J. W. Caper-to-n Dr. S. G. Rice retunufcl on MoiwV Loom bleached cotton, will be sold in this way: 14J yards ""VlM repperal brown sheeting, 18c. Gen. John Miller who was killed in the If the hair is falling out or turning was made delegate from the Sth" dis- from Baltimore, wheie he Imb 1m en in a , The aide speech of Sjviry of the battle of Richmond, 'G2. and of the late grav-- requiring a stimulant nith nourishWill be sokl from 12 to 1 p. w. sold to one person, from 11 to 12 m. 31.00; only 14 trict to the St. Louis Convention. Sena- metlioal 'scIkioI. He did not complete Treasurv, John G. Carlit-leie the Col. Irvine Miller, father of ing and coloring food, lla'l's Vegetable tor John Bennett chairman of the Com- his course. CASH. CASH. vorkingmen of Chicago, on tt.e money Clerk, W H. Miller ; of Col. John If, Sicilian Hair Renewer is just the specific. Hon. C M. Mr. Lewis Woolstein of Parte, is question, is puMishod on the first jwgc Miller, consul to the Falkland Islands, mittee on Resolutions. Barnett, of Ohio coiintv , formeily of Mad- visiting his twin brother, Abe Wool f Postod! and Tlios W, Miller, late of Stanford. ison, was made Chairman of the State stein, of the New York Store. Deceased was a prominent lawyer, and All persons are warned not to huut in Mis."S.arfll Callaway French, daughCentral Committee. S. M. Welch alterHon. Bob Tomlinswi, of Lancaster, mj- pastures. Last warning! ter ..i Judge C. S. French, Winchester, had been Circuit Clerk, County Attor- nate. The colored man, Ed Chenault, 2G pieces Mayfair Lawns, our regular price 12Jc per yawl, was here Fridaj , osteusibhy attending to ney and Delegate to the Constitutional s0 Mas. Sak.vu J. II.vgvs. Five hundred jards all wool Dress Goods, the newest effects in weaves, will married Mr. Henry Eckert Youtsey, yes-- t of Fayette, is a matters in ciicuit c urt, aud said he was Convention. His wife was .Miss Kate native of Madison. v ria Rev Rtcbard French and Rev. 0c, from 2 to 3 p. m. The. Louisville not electioneering, but it's mighty hard our regular 50c goods, w ill be sold for 35c, from 1 to 2 p m. Portman, and he leaves one daughter,. Convention W w. i McCreadv officiating. instructed for Bradley, CASH. CASH. to toll w hat a candidate i doing w lit Cause of his death not stated. whose father was from Madison. MadMrs Man' Miillim is closiim out, and whenst v'ou find him. Mr. ison should feel proud of hei boys and In r entire stock of plants and flowers, Tried to Escape. Tomlinson looks more and more like be thoroughly satisfied with the results. iiu hiding Mare&chal Niel roses, tomato Abe Lincoln, the older ho gets, am! Shelby Nunn, who killed Win. Best, and albage plants at her greenhouse on should he gD as a delegate to the Chica- QLL made an unsuccessful attempt to break Washington and the Century Club. fail to pay their City ri hard atreet, near K. C. depot. go convention some old Illinois citizen l Tax by the juil this week. Since the prisoners atTw e Hamhurgs w ill be the bargain sale from 4 to 5 p. m. 7Jc Hambargs at pieces colored French India D imities, our regular pri-- e 30c Friday night, Dr. John M. Foster en" n During the storm jesterday tempted to escape some time age, Jailer tertained the Century "Club. The sub- will likely recognire lnni as the spirit of Eighth Day of May, .1896, will be sold for 20c per yard from 3 to 4 p. m. the iiiRrtyred President. He is a lightning leaped frtvm the Bens:e has locked them in cells at night. ject was George jsoon. AH Uamburgs will besoldatspecial Bartnhoursak, from 4 to 3 p.m. Washington. At a their property will be advertised and candidate and saj's his race is won, soul tor same. telepiMHie terminals, ami the This did not seem to baffle Nunn and he CASH. CASH. glauce this would seem a thiead-barbut then, j'ou know about that oup and hells were heard every few moments, but prized loose one of the bars of the door, D. It. FREEMAN, subject, as is iopularlv- sup ti.i local hues w ere not disturbed. 4IV50 . City Collector. bending it hack far enough to crawl out posbd to know all there is to knotf about lip business. bai-jraiAve Xtoxrintr Z. Gibbons, Esq., a venerable He thou set to work on the place in the the "Father or His Country." But the Pupils of Caldwell High School will Yoiirhifn Insured Ic. A Hay. Lexington, was in the Circuit g an entertainment at the court houe hall recently started by the other priso- club omitted principal historic incidents . Our insurance is protected by Imnkable Ho ropie&onts uilav night, the program consisting of ner and was making good headway when in the life of Washington, and entered Court here yebterdaj-discovered b the jailor. He was placed upon more minute detail his personal one T. B. Scott, who claims to be an paper on the Capital (Citj-- Bank ot Col Ci'isn- and recitation, at which time We will also add each hour something new and make special hour BARGAIN PRICES just to stimulate this great ntames will be clUfeeu to anewd the in another cell and is now kept hand appearance, education, morals, liabits, heir or legatee of Mrs Nancv Bruaddiis, iimbus, O. There cau be no stronger We dare not us( culled., at night Nunn was given 21 moods, tastes, manners, beliefs, objects deceased. Relatives here ilenj- that the guarantee given Paris ontest. unprecedented sale. These goods will be sold at prices named as long as we have any in the house, but don't forears jn the peuitentiarj for killing Best and aims. The substance of the infor- claimant is the real T. B. Scott. Upon a Imnk's name without anthoritj-- , if jou get that to get them at these prices you want to bring the CASH, as we will not charge them at THESE PRICES. Mr T. S. FJKs has two chairs aiwut and his sentence affirmed by doubt it, write ttiem. Good health is the court mation advanced represented Washing- concluding theJe8tiiiiony, Mr. Giblxins riie the size of a duck's nest one was used of Appeals, but a motion for re hearing bet life insurance. Wright's ton as a liuelj' formed, graceful, active dismibfcod the case. It is "aid to be his give j'ou good health, they cure bt lnni when he was a kid, 70 years ago, is now intention to bring suit in the Unitpending. If he expects to get aud powerful man phjsicallj', neat and Liver, Kidney and Stomacli trouble and the other by Capt. James T. Sl.ackel-ftm. out of the trouble, he hail better conduct attractive in personal appear- ed SUitas Court. The claimant deposed lOOdajs treatment costs lcadaj-- A sight when he was a yearling, about 50 himself in a better manner. "Lancaster otherwise draft on above bank, in everv Si box, inciance, courteous, dignified, hut reserved to many particulars as to fannby vvh'ch brings your monej-bickif we fail ears ago Record. in fact an aristocrat, firm but just, at dents and the like, but relatives here tociiie vou. SoldbvT. to. Hagan, drug.. Toliatoo Suld. times under great pressure, violent. ev,en nevertheless disbelieve in his genuine- gist -. -, Good Game of Hall. ness. He lives ju Kansas. PWBWaM BWKWWW tWO --- 1"s II. Stone has sold to BearJy. of Paint swearing like the ancient sailor. The Central University team and the fond of good things to cat and not hogsheads of tobacco, lack, thirty-fiv- e If a small lxitlle of Sliaker Digestive weighed Saturday and Monday. The Kentuckj WeaJeyans crossed bats at the averse to fiue drinks, would habitually Cordial do.es you uo good, don't buy a highest price was 7 cents, lowest 3 cents- base ball park Saturday afternoon take a toddy before breakfast, and often large one. Many wereof the opinion that the Rich- wine at dinner, but said his pnryers as Married in Ulclinuuid. "Prove all things; hold fastthat which mond boj-- would carry off" the honors regularly, alwav-- sincerely, as he ate and . is good" It's not good for Miss Mollie Callihan and Mr. George but the home team was victorious by a drank. Had enemies who wrote and onh for the Uiin, jwlu, sick, w'eak i.nd Powers, of Valley View accompanied by score of 10 to 12. These big figures do sjioke as fiercely against him as the enefor the g oom's sisters, Mises Mollie and not indicate very good plaj-inon either mies of Lincoln, Davis, Blain aud Cleve- weary. For theeowho are want of digs.ertfoiL For thoie who usie were quietly married at the Hen- side, but in reality the game abounded land ever wrote or sioke against them, derson House, last Tli u rsday where they in good plays. Woods, the regular assailing his ability and character.. Tire cannot get fni or s.rong, because their remained till next morning. Taking pitcher for the home loam, had a sore club thought Washington pei bap's the stomachs do not work as thev ought to. These are tho people, millions ofthen , the early .morning train they went to finger and was very wild, giving at least greatest man soldier, statesCincinnati to spend their honeymoon. a dozen men bases on balls He, Willis man and citizen that ever lived, not do, whom Shaker Dme&tive Cordial willeure. Food inukig stiength, mtistele, brain, Their many friends wish them much aud Davis weie the Wesleyan battery nying that there have been greator solblood, energy- - after it is digested. If hot prosperity haj piness and while Bennett and EversohMmpied the diers and greater statesmen, but never digested, it wilt do jou no good at all. pombj for the visitors. The attendance buch a wonderful combination. llird as the Resolt ot an Ax Cat. . .shaker l'igtaiive. Cordial helps your was" good, fully four hundred spectators The essayists of the evening were C. Martin White died at the Infirmary on being present inside aud outside the D. Chenault, Wm. B Smith. J. A. Sulli- stomach to digest jour food and cures Friday last, after having had a leg ampuindigestion parninueiilly. Wheu grounds. The Weslej-anhave won two van aud Dr. Foster. Comments and tated at the hip joint White is the man played reminiscences, were added bj-- Major tried HSimtH botUe, you can tell. out or three into whose hip an ax was stuck, several and say they will keep Tiial bottle 10 Sold by druggists. the average up Buruam, Proi. Parkn, A. R. Buruam, W. weeks aeo, in an altercation, near Clay's cents. , !. Shackelford, R. R Burnam, Dr. A. Fern. They wound refused to heal and all summer Winchester Democrat D,(i.dni.ris an exudation from the pores as a last resort, he was brought to the Prof. II. H. White Celebrated His Seventy-fifl- li W. Smith. Other members and miestsi present were Tie v. Dr. Logan, Brutus J. of the skin that spreads and dries foruw Infirmary for amputation. Dr. G. G. Uirtfcday. Clav, Dr. Jasper, J. J. Brooks, Prof. Rob- ing ecurf and eaitsiiig the Iiair talalloitt Perry, of White Hall, had charge of the ProL H. II- - White, for many years erts, Flench TiptoTi. Hall's Hair Keuewer cures it. Drs- - Jasper, case and was assisted by professor of mathematics in Kentucky Major Burnam said that John Stone, :: Gibson, Bale6,aud the Seniorand Junior A LiiiHviIle girl wis struck by University, celebrated his 6e ent an early surveyor, who came from Vir"be Pojntz but a juan on the cow catcher . birthday j esterday. In honor of the oc- ginia to this county, grandfather of jerked her up and pitched rtwa.v, so that casion Prof. James White, his son, w itli Governor Stone, of Missouri, told him lie Held a Commission. j; ' her life was faved,and the onFv damages Announcement was made in Wednes- wjiom he lives, invited his pastor w ith that he was ai Washington's funeral and was a terrible scare and two ribs broken. day 's Climax that W L. Crutcher bad several of his intimate friends to dine that to him it did not therefore seem so 11 i Spring is full of terrors to all whose r y. been selected by the Board of Education with him. Notwithstanding his age, long since Washington lived. Thomas to fill the Wardroper vacancy. That was Prof. White retains vivacity and strength Johnston, now living on Clear Creek, constitution is tiot able to resist tho sud9 a.i correct, but at the moment that Mr. that are phenomenal in one at such an this count', told us a year or 6oago, that den changes of temperature and other Crutcher was to enter upon his duties advanced age. A few years ago. failing he was born at. Alexandria, about the insalubrities pf th& season. To put the the question arose as to the incompata-biht- v ejesight caused him to resign his wore time ofW ashington's death, so to us it sj'stem in condition to overcome these . U .1. i cvilf, nothing is bo effective as Aycr's re- uues ... ceeu. sugu .. of Trustee and Deputy Collector of active college duties, though he stiu hujuk iiincsiulu iiiut uui Sarsap.iiilla. Take it now. Internal Revenue. City A ttomey Sulli- mains treasurer of the institution. Prof mpurnful event. ' -to the club a supper van, who is by virtue of his office attor White is oue of the oldest a6 well as the JJrHoster served i, o-ooiney for the Board, examined the Uniled most noted mathematicians in the conn of eieht" courses, embracing spring try. In his earlier manhood he wiote clfickeu, roman pnttch, buck cream, and 1116 IS States Statutes and found that Mr. several mathematical works, among varieties of meats, vegctihles anijet cete Crutcher could not serve " G- - dS: U Plans of the Board being thus frustrat- them being White's arithmetic, a famil- ras, druionstratiug hat he is lin unex.Lexington celled host 4LL.l'ersQt'8 are herebv outifjl'd not to ed, it went into a session . n.ature de- iar school book tjell to fuij oiV,gpods or Other iWfigs ujr liberation, and fiually vhwe Robert If. Morning Herald . jjiias eiIn those fine silver jnmycrelitt lV(f While is the father qf W-- G.jrl-Don- .t - VisH" 1 ? Bnrnain, who acceptruac-wjl- l materi -V ninn- rmJt ti ally aid in the bifeiues ipapugemeut of j While, Eiebmond's iciest a.n.4 "i$t i nJaichoat DN iirnicr,3,.vniWiilft&- . Anril51- I ;WL eSS - j 6r 25yjgrij ap4 qj pp. K'uoffl. arflgif . ' tftesetiooj " - t '( i ,. & , ; v v r i ' t. u jj o ?... ' : J- - THE CLIMAX. Leasing Oil Land. ,1 St a oiuuiu in uic senool fond. I .'. M. Nave and L. J as. Drake, of this oapennienaent Airs. Million -- learus . . . . plHce. amlT. E.B. Siler, of Whitley counmat me prouauie pro mtn or the public ty, have organizetlacompahylo engage in school fund will be onlv S2.21 ' Last the leasing of oil land Thev have al year it was 2 SO Thib cpmes otreduc ready leased about 7,000 acres in Garrard, uon in valuation ot wxalilo nttmnrfv .'iiuuson ana Kockcastlc, and are now The oxact amount will not be know mill u.ia,,uK iur o,wa more, it is very July Is likely that when they have secured 10, 000 acres they will commence sinking s? n v ells. Here's hoping thv ill "btrike it V a HaUlv Hurt r ?r. I "7 rI - m sa j Mrs. Kiln Purl-- wif nf..Tnj, ... n, v. near t" i.iou Citv, and sister of Mrs Con .,., T;.vi... fhm un,. 4i.... t Horse last wejak and seriously hurt. Her thigh was broken. Dr. J. W. Harris attended hor- - Mrs. Park is a-- daughter of IvOinuel Park. r-.-i- - 4, 4 s 4 m De-vor- es IVrch-rous- . . - , " .- -- 1 1 vv hm, 1 New-Orlean- one-ce- nt Jrs-amin- e. . Con-ne- u - 1 E. R, . Rowland, mm - mill-rig- ht -- Pk-kott- . Co-dia- l. a m. v w ....-.'u- a blood-purifie- LIST LETTERS r; Ex-Go- v deliv-ert-- court-hutiM- ........... gy T i, - (reg-Clu- - 1 ollw b ..'. ......."... . fl Ru-har- ........ 3 1 .- 1 1 KT V Qi-eiiberr- It- - 1 l&sJ ALS5& 1 1 vJ IJ n f 'I ' -- ' W Era M -- y in var-aparill- a 10-2- 3. - his-to- rj' s Mr-ran- - K, -- free-silv- er tound-mone- Bargain Ho. 1. Bargain ITo. 2. -- Delegate-at-I-arg- e. Bargain Ho. 3. Bargain Ho. 4. , In-- f - Bargain Ho. 5. Bargain, Ho. 6. -- Delegate-at-Larg- e, 4w J1 ' Pay Tour Cilj m Bargain Ho. 7, Bargain Ho. 8. '' i - edty-fiv- aftei-ii.iri- kHig-distaiu- -e free-silv- er 7. " e j everv-bod- - attor-nej'ho- m each liotii sales will acltl special n prices in r 1 - rep-r-- st CLOT- 1ING FOR MEN, BOYS & CHILDREN. YOURS FOR BARGAINS, - Celerj-Caieitel- s eli-eu- ts l, " Unu-huail- j- n- -- . ,, H.J.STRENG. - -- - s s everv-lo'y- g III dp llllii 1111 all-rou- KCT1717DI7DO )r J Jul JLXVJXvk-JL J -- GET YOUR MONEY UNDER VARIOUS -- s Consisliiii Of SORTS OF FALSE PRETENSES. YOU Gloiiii, Dry Goofls, Shoos. Hals:; anfl Cans IImi& Will ProTDably Escape the GOLD Dress Goods, BRKE MAF, WILL COMMENCE Mornini at Taken in by the People Who Have But YOU may Inferior Grades oiP" -- SatuiEia I. li. . 1 ! AND CONTINUE Ulw I ujLjJ . d most any price. -- 1 ?;; m . t-- '.-- TJntil Our Entire Stock Has Beeu. Diesel OutComo Early and Get bargains. HenryiKieiri i ' If sttit xsnaziEiiE 1 RE AT TIRE UA1B1 , FOR BSTilG --- - .. u ,'-- i s v . ii.. i3 1 - 1 'i Soq. B EyiEw-MoaiS. ffT- r. -- - ' , ' v '.' -I BBHBS9BBHBH fe $ a - a- - . ' -- , a, - i o BHC2 MM f-3 fJ,w J--.-. - -- - &. ,,, mMiltikan - -- y. J ffSiayuff'' sorer- - vswmrsta If " U c I KENTUCKY Indorses Gov. William 0. Bradley for President. The Resolutions Oppose the Free and Unlimited .Coinage of Silver, And Kxprrai Sympathy for Strangling Co. luins-T- he Calling Out of the Troop at Frankfort Approved IVru.MeKlnley fceond Choice Delegate Selected. HAli. Louisville, Ky April 1" The adjourned seKSloc of the republican state contention ires called to order at 9 0 a. tn- - llur&day Jndce V S. Demlng and State Inspector C "W LeMer. of ttbttiey. were elected electors for the state, The report of the committee on resolutions was read and adopted almost by sn unanimous COJTVEXTION ing Green Northern railroad, held a. meeting here to begin steps toward building the road. An address was isJO ) THE sued to the citizens of How hug Green to interest them in the matter. Hon. W. R Vaughn has inten'sted capitalists Now occupied b at Cincinnati and other places in the the'Cvclone," nex tobz icco enterprise door to D. P. Arm-- r Jewelry Store, tor Feeble Minded Institute Steward. 1S96. Possession r Fravkfokt, Ky., April 20 Albert J. once. Pickens, of Marion, Crittenden county, who is to be appointed by Gov l.radlcy :6 as steward of the feeble minded institute is here in response to a telegram BRIDGEFORD'S from Gov. IJradley, and his official appointment will probably be made out TU Monday. Steward Cecil, whose term RANGE. does not expire for over a j ear, will not SEE THEM! to a message sent contest Pickens' appointment. CoBveatten adieurned, by the proprietor of the hotel to Fire at Princeton. EXAMINE THEM! Wednesday night Mr. Davis' PnihCKTOX, Ky., April 20. Fire SatLorttviixt, Ky . April 11 Over seventeen two brothers came here on the Pl'RCHASE THFM' urday morning destroyed the business bunured detonates hiif .as raaay alternate early train Thursday morningand tried house of .lames Rucker and Henry and twice as maay repuMieaBs asd republican to persuade him to return, but they Maret, together with warehouses beofficeholders h.ve arrived ia the city to attend the republican state eoBveeiies Wednesleft for hone Thursday night without longing to Tred Ranscher and Mrs. day him. It has been intimated that Mr. Ilewett, The loss will aggregate about Of the delegates about Si9 are instructDavis' mind was affected, but he seems S7.000, with about ed (or Bradley. 7 for McKialej aed 1M insurance. mentally all right-- He has been with The origin is unknown, but it is Of the district delegates Bradley has li and a relative in Owen county since he left thought to le spontaneous combustion McKlntev home. house. in the 1 he Bradley forces Taeodav Bight filed ua AN ILLICIT STILL this si tf lor delegates f re the state at large STDrowned In the LtrKlng Itlver. Jobs W Yerkes. ..Brtlie Discovered In the llesldenre of a Promi2Q . Xkwpout, Ky., April 20. Jim Scott, Le 1" 1 a'lton. Krankfort. nent Citizen of Newport, Ky. CDS. Hoi sob colored, was drowned in the Licking The slate central committee met at the Gait Kewpokt, Ky., April 17. United rivor back of the Queen City race track i Lj j 5si t i Ik use at nine o clock right and States secret service officers in New- - at Wilders Ky , at 11:30 Saturday a temp rry organization by selecting j port caught a prominent citizen dead to morning. lie and another colored man Gov Brd.r s b Judge Z T rights with an illicit still in his resi named Varence Clay were scuflling in :t or Somerset, fur temporary ebairmaa and Editor Edw.rd Roberts, of Owensboro, dence Thursday morning. skiff, when Scott fell into the river. I L tet!porar secretary William Westermeyer, of the north- He could not swim and was drowned. . If) Toe etate advisory board of the A P A held east corner of Elm and Patterson, re- The body has not been found. soon . ad it was deckled that it talcrt would be bst for the A P A delegates to the sides in the house where the still was TB&.MTffif renub lesu coavention not to vote to endorse fotfnd. Fatal Horseback Hide. y the randidaer of either Bradley or McKinley noPKlXRvii.l.K, Ky., April 20. Frank United States Deputy Clerk A. Lide-lThis is considered a McKinley victory SDLO IN of the revenue service, was sworn Trainum, a prominent young farmer la a speech at Llatoa hall Wednesday morn-la- c fhainaan J IL D Stevens, of the national in as a secret service man and raided residing several miles east of this city RICHMOND. adviMHT b .rd of the A P A . staled that the the house. There he found a still to was thrown by a Texas horse he tca Catholic church was backlog McKinley with xnake 30 gallons and several barrels of breaking, and fell upon the stump of a the hope of kilting the A P A 'ism In the wine and whisky stored on the prem- tree, breaking si ribs, cutting gashes party in the event of McKinley' Suises. in his side and receiving fatal internal cre's. 1 he delegates from the state at large at tfcfe United States officers are on the track injuries. oTjiflifflj ft nil saiiooal convention will probably be W J of Westorman and he will be arrested Horribly Mangled bv h Train. lK.e nf Marion county Col Lew P Tarleton. soon. and Auousta, Ky., April 20. .Tames and Tarlton for delegates-at-larg- e of Lexington S. E. mith. a Negro preacher o Hoy Killer ln..lalL of and either Gen. E. T Bob-oWare, commonly known as "Oil," for Yerkes and Caperton for district of Green county, or Col Albt rt bcott. of this Paducaii, K3-- April 17. Tom Halli-da- while in a drunken condition laid dow n delegates. Wilntore was indorsed for ot a Br .dley mea Got Bradley claimed the probable murderer, on the C. and (. railroad track three member of state central committee. ednesdav morulas that he will coa'jol 1.600 OLD was placed in jail Thursday to aw ait miles below this city Sunday n cht and out of the W votes in the eouveatioa Ten Thmsanl Acres of Land bold. it has shortly after two o clock when the developments of Robert Jordan's was struck b3' d No. Freight WiiiTEsncito, Ky., April 15. Upward Beczitta 2.06i at . . . Online 2:04 i convent ion was called to order in the big audiwounds, who is but a older than 76 and horribly mangled. He is d ing. of lO.DOO acres of land was sold sit this 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD. torium Over the stae swung a tar.c b inner his w ould-b- e slayer The shooting oc4 Yfars Old place at public auction for taxes due 4 Years, Old. with the word 'Welcome' in big letters. The A Fatal Konawny. curred at Metropolis Landing. A shotPure Old Whiskies for Family and Medi the state. The land mostly belonged rhandeliers and the Eminbnct;, Ky., April 20. James . hodi of th- - bulldtBg big wooden posts tn the gun was the weapon used. It is were a rapped wtth cinal Unes. in 5 and 10 gallon to foreign capitalists, and was nearly and his wife were thrown from a all bid off the state. One tract of 1,'JOO bunting B colored fans, some twenty thought Jordan wilr-die-. Packages, a specialty. Go ft -t c diameter helped to decorate the walls. bugsy here and the former fatally and acres of fine, rich mineral land sold for Th- deroratioas used cost o er iteuft Saloon Hiid Dwelling HnriioI. the latter seriously injured Den kins less than 50 cents per acre. Bi John W Yerkes chairmia of the state ' Silver Creek Liquor Company, y Moreuead. Ky., April 17. A was considered one of the wealthiest cet 'n.1 committee, delivered an cathuslastic structure, used as a suloon and citizens of Ilenry county. address and when tae name of Gov Bradley Younsr Man Drowned While Flulilnjr. was mentioned the delegates jumped to duelling by Osborn and Watson, and Hoi'Kinsvillk, Ky., April 18. A Refused tn Adopt Free Coinace. feet and cheered wildly A reference to McWholesale Dealers, Zach John&on respect ively, wa-- burned sm- Kinley was greeted with yells that could be Louisvsi.i.k, Ky., April 20. The youth, wliosc name could not be learned, & Thursday morning with all its conaccidentally fell into the water and beard a block. Calls for cheers for Bradley did Pilver Creek, Ky. L An unlooked for business opportunity tents. The occupants barely escaped. Trades and Labor assembly Sunday was drowned while fishing in Little or an undertaltln? of some kind which will proro not produce of the noise which folafternoon refused to adopt a free coin- river, in the io ed the meation of the name or Ohio s son. moitadvantaReous In oery way Circumstances point to incendiarism. southern part of this age resolution. This is attributed to county. Mr Yerks read a telegram from loegress-rra- o Your wish concerns a man who pretends to be a rrlend but Is really untrue and will brine Evant, urging the com eat ion to pui a 1m Onp Font. you d appointment. Mr Carlisle's recent speech to laboring Hoys Go to thelVn. etroag sound raoner pian in the plaifurm. DAJ.VILI.K, Ky., April 17. Geo. An unexpected Journey with trlcnds across water and Into foreign lands men in Chicago. On beaalf of the McKinley Louisa, Ky.. April 18. Three boys, forces. W O. The death of a relative or very dear friend. about twenty years of age, a son Ills Grave Guarded. Boot nomirated J ad re ;eorge Ueanr. or LexSam Crabtree, Roy l'rasher and James A letter containing an offer of rasrrlif e. of a machinist at Hamilton. O., on ington, for temprarr chairman. NicnoLASviLLE, Ky., April 20 Scott Rice wye sentenced to one year each Judge Thomas Z Morrow was nominated on jumping from a freight train at Junc- Harrison died and the remains were in-sin the penitentiary also, that it is ery necessary to make the four of clubs", a strange house or behalf of the Bradleyitas. tion City. Thursday morning, fell be- terred here Wednesday. His parents a saloon and stealingfor breakaing into a some whisky. cut with the left hand. Mj sties will place, a removal; the five of clubs, a A vote was taken, which resulted as follows neath the wheels, losing one feet. believing the body wonld be stolen, had Morrow SI i eaay "li tell you that this is a potent factor, business offer, an invitation of im' Store Ilurelarlzed. A tumult followed the announcement the grave opened and are secretly of Gleu a X.lcnite. Fkankfoiit, Ky., April 18. The storo since tho left hand is nearest the heart. portance, worth accepting to one's inthe vote, aad it continued during the ten L,exiotox, Ky., April 17. Jockej watching it of Head & Switzer, at the town of 7 lie cutting: finished, the fortuneteller. minutes befe'-Judge terest. The six of clubs indicates a appeared Still a Candidite. Lee Turner, who was suspended at Boon the stage The chair appointed Mr Switer, in this county, was robbed of holding the pack with the backs up- business journey, or journey to one's 1 eward. of Butler Washington, April 20. RepresentaFull brother to "Shadelund On wan!" Senator W 11 Clark. New Orleans during the past winter about S100 in cash and $300 or $400 ward, runs the cards off in threes, turn-- j advantage, a momentous journey; tho of Jackson, and Oliver G Root, of for alleged suspicious riding, was tive Owens, of Kentucky, announced worth of goods. ing them up as she does bo; and, if neven of clubs, a ery lucky business 2:18. (sire of Online 2:04.) by Onward, THE OLIVER as a committee to notify Judge Thursday granted a license and will Saturday that he was a candidate for of his election as temporary chairman. j they proe three of any one suit, three Dangerously Injured. opportunity, or lucky occasion of some 2:25J (aire of Beuzetta, 2:0GJ, and one to congress and would Judte Morrow set the pice for Bradley at the ride at the Lexington meeting. diamonds, hearts, clubs or spades, or sort, in which everything will go well. MiDnLESiionouon, Ky., April 18. Is the CHEAPEST and BEST Plow in the World, and very "beginning ntrain fight Breckinridge for the nom- Mrs. C. M. He wasted no time. Our I'hyclcian Die of Consumption. Woodbury, widow of the i three face cards, three aces, two acea The eight of clubs is the luckiest card hundred and eighteen others in the 2:30 honored governor Wm. O Bradley." were in ination. Bowling Green, Ky., April 17. Dr. late Adm. Woodbury, U. S navy, was and face card, or two face cards nnd in the pack. The nine of clubs is Uic list, fourteen of which are bettei than the llrst 50 words or his speech. It provoked Death of 'Squire Hrleoe, anoth-- r long spell et none - an nc take them off and E. L. Taylor, a well known physician thrown from Pred Roberts the Louisville, Ky., April 21. 'Squire ously hurt her carriage and danger- to the three cards already add thtm property card, representing some per- 2:15. nominee, was elect d secretary, committee of Morgantown, died at his home in left by the sonal belonging, the acquiring of propD Elliott Keilv as Assistant E D. Briscoe, for several terms reprewith Time O.nward's dam was Nettie Time, That comcuts. Add to these cards the last card erty. The ten of clubs bespeaks a great that place of consumption. Clarence James Dead. pleted the aip irary organlz itlon. sentative of Jefferson county in the Cost less than any other plow repairs on the market. If you want Louisville, Ky., April 18 Clarence as you run off the pack. lTave the surprise In the evening, a business talk, (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:17, the At the -- veni'ig session Ch Irzaan Morrow AKmtnckj Postmaster. the legislature, died at his home in the announced that the commrttee on Washington, April 17. John H. country 'Sunday afternoon of Bright's James, a son of Hon. A. D. James, died cards what is left of them shuffled a serious talk. The ace of snades invincible campaigner through thejrrand g Dilution had selected l oa ""buries Ulan- at I'cnrod Thursday night of typhoid i "gam. and repeat the cutting and wish- - stands for a large body of water, a long ' appointed disease. , 'ftiMMrh, ford as permanent chairman, and that the Wortham was Thursday (5ii izmh ?nl cver- postmaster at Grand View, Hardin coun inS and running off in threesr let this distance: when reversed, it sometime. circuit in 1892.) by Mambrino Time, temporary chairman had been continued 1a (& yiLi $15. 4M YM J A Slnrderons Alanine ' e w done for the third time. From the means a deatii, as when combined with (fuinirothertoLadybtoutJ.byMambrino aisr Ky. ty. Strangely Missing. Vancebuko, Ky., April 20. Mrs. ' Mr Chairman," shouted Hon Bill Lyons, MAY MAKE pack accumulated by the3e means you the four and five of spades. IiiVKivro.N, Ky., April 15. James E SOME DISCLOSURES. Henry Rucker, of this city, attempted Patcben. .Plow buy the OLIVER...... of Newport, "v.e have something to say to do the reading. That finished, the is that- Wo present the name of Hon. George Two of spades presages a lie," James Troxell llroaght to TVnyno County to kill herself and children Thursday. Saunders strangely missing from hi She was the best brood mare on record whole pack is ngain shuffled, the whole home at Hunncwell, tins county. Deanv for permanent chairman " This openShe was adjudged insane Friday, and talk; The best Harrows, and Lodged in JaiL the ed the fight between McKinley ind Bradlev A process of cutting nnd running off the a death; with withtwo offour of spades, at 14 years of age, (thetimeof Corn Planters, CulMonticello, Ky., April 18. James will be taken to an asylum at once. the clubs, suddcu herdeatli,) CarlUIe Leave for Chiiago. fetorm of cheers and aagry eicle n ,tkms arose cards repeated, and the result consult- - death. The t.hrpfk nf tnnrlva tnonnrs n tivators, "Wagons, Washinoto.n, April 15. Secretary cd I nominate Jndce lenny ant demand a call Troxell, who escaped from the hands llleeonqhs. Died of having five sons in the 2:30 list, three of "Wire and Wire or tneroU." shouted Lyeas. Ine nomination of a Wayne county mob several weeks Lexington, Ky., April 20. Mrs. John Carlisle left here Tuesday morning for to know benefit of the person desiring journey by water; the four of spades, a them wa deel ired out of order Fence, Stoves, las Tuture. Then this person sick bed. illness; the five of spades, an better than 2:19, two prodncini: Chicago, where he delivers a. speech ngo and for whose and return Kirkpatrick, aged 28 died here Sunday A motion to tane a recess was defeated, and RangeH, Etc., to the jailer of this county the govern- of hiccoughs. She was attacked with Wednesday night on finance before la- once more shuffles the pack, and when unsuccessful undertaking, a treacher daughters and two more sons to take re Judge W It Holt,,or Frankfort, was called Cheap at......... all the cards hae been spread outupon ous offer or invitation; or offered a reward of S150, was brought hiccoughs last week and physicians bor organizations. upon for a speech. the six of " the table in a circle, proceeds to draw spades, a long journey, with the seven cords. oL Lew Tarleton. of Frankfort, over from Somerset Thursday night were unable to check them. another LOUISVILLE MEETING candidate for delegate at large, made a short and lodged in jail. His trial was set J7 and hhufflc them well; from these of diamonds or seen of hearts an unexTime Osttard represents the popular Assigned tn His Son. speech in which he denounced the democrats Secretary lricr, of the Jockey Club, Issues the final predictions are pronounced. for Friday, and, in the meantime, the pected journey. The seven of spades as rascals, and evolved much applause by re' Paihs. Ky April 20. Joseph D. ButIlls Programme Hook. Wilkes Patchen cross, which is conceded jail is being guarded. According to ve.-- old and ferring in complimentary terms to Gov. Brad a. assigned to his son SatLouisville, April 14. Secretary used authorities, the following widely denotes a failure in a business way, i to be OOOOOOOOOOOOCKXKX)OOOOOOOCKXV)OOOOOCX)000000000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOfK)00' Speeches were made by W. A Calces, le The governor also offored a reward ler, farmer, assets meanquarrel or unkind words; the eight of the greatest mixture of bloody consist of nearly Price Monday issued the book pro- ings are colored, of Covington. jJohn P. McCartnty, of of S250 each for the arrest and convic- urday. His ascribed to the several cords: spades, jealousy or gossip; when it is yet produced. tion of persons who participated in the thre'.' hundred acres of land He w ill grammes for the bpring meeting of the j The ace of hearts always stands for found with the seven of spades next a new Louisville Jockey club. Nearly the house lynching of Martin at the time of easilr pay out Foul breath is jour own house: the two face card, the person indicated is deTiiis rich breeding with such speed fifty thousand dollars will be dis- - of hearts, Henry 31. Smith Will Hanc. a discourager o t Troxell's escape. The latter is ex- for """-""- "" l"c l"ul ceitful, a great talker, a false friend. producing tributed during Ihe 12 days be--i Lexington, Ky., April IS. --J. Alexpectcd to make some sensational disaffection. There powur and individuality as ?nd "earte.ior a lover or sweet The nine of spades predicts a great dis a ander Chiles, who made application to Hnninrr nn iwta n.-- m are more reasons closures. heart. The three of hearts represents appointment nnd is the unluckiestcard w than one for this. Time Onwakd possesses, will surely ge . i the supreme court for a new trial for stakes, including the Kentucky Derby j a near relative, a lotcr or sweetheart, in the pack In BEAUFORT'S SECOND CASE. combination with spades; will be run. The t j Foul breath is the Negro Henry Mitchell Smith., of with the four or two of hearts the hus- - if combined with hearts or diamonds, trotters of the hichest type. alwavs an indica- - The Jury Lets Hlni Off "With a Fine of charged with criminal assault on the purses will lie 400 each and the handi- - u.w,u-. ill Tx. iic. me lour 01 warts Is the disappointment will be slight; with "71 tiou of poor health One Cont and Costs. He ia a beautiful browu horse, nearly person of Mrs. Mary Hudson, an aged caps 5500 each There ore nearly 600 the of f GTV I IS r o a a aigesuon. " Bakdstown, Ky., April 18. The trial widow of this county, and sentenced to horses on the grounds at Churchill the house andn friend; when .found with the nine of clubs It means a lossof soma three five of henrts it s'gnifies Tcind. The, ten of spades indicates '1 To bad digestion of Darnley Beaufort on the second a sixteen hands high, with fine style and be hanged here April 29, telegraphed Downs and by the time the Middling marriage, or talk of marriage. UdtcauiC dlUiUM charge of immoral practices with boys from Washington Vv tD transaction, some large under- 'action, and.can ' DIRECTLY FROM that the application lell rings there will bo about eight of hearts indicates a flirtation, The fle business Two all human ills It under his care at Gethsemane coltrot in 2:30 at any time. ao'm-iataking. hundred. Secretary Price has succeedcards of a denomination i the starting lege, was concluded Thursday after- had been denied. tion, lovemaking or a friendly in'ita- - denote a surprise: two fives an unexed in getting cheap rates from all of 5?"ViIl stand this season at $20 to Dropped Dead. point of many noon. The jury found him guilty, tion; when combined with the railroads, sample of two very serious mala Lancaster Ky., April 18. Elijah round trip of a S1.50 fromthem being a j clubs it means an offer of the five of pected invitation: for; sevens, an event insure a living colt. assessed a fine of one Saunders, a farmer of marriage. entirely unlooked Cincinnati, two threes, suddies, upon the beaituy action of the and this d digestive organs, the blood depends for cent and costs. There are four indict- in the field until 11 o'clock Thursday which also includes admission to tho The six of hearts denotes short jour-- den or unexpected news: two sixes, an B.H. NEAE. j ncy to the house of a friend, or with n unexpected.journey; grand stand. its richness and parity If digestion ments against Beaufort yet to be tried. and quit on account of feeling twotens.an unexa little , friend; the seen of bearts,a surprise jEtnps. poisonous matter accumulates and In the trial just concluded Beauford sick. When he started or pected undertaking. Three of one de Emfrom the field PAYS THE FINE. is forced into the blood there is no abandoned his former line of defense luck at the hnnd of a friend; nomination presas-eevents of a still else for tt to go. Before this the and 6imply denied the charges. His he fell dead before he readied tho Case DUmlssed Against Sol. Sharp, tiie the eight of hearts, a jolly company of more surprising nature. Three sevens MTOcnted, putrid matter has indicated , change of defense and his previous house. He was 85 years of ago and is 31an. by Agreement. friends, frivolity when combined with mean ery astonishing news of some its presence by making- the breath foul, statements may lead to his being prose- connected with a good "family. It had Fkankkokt, Ky., "April 14. In tho the eight of diamonds it means a rather kind. to be determined bv the raWls WTERNATmKAT. been verj' hot, and it is thought hu had court of appeals the complexion sallow and muddy, the cuted for perjury. Monday morning by boisterous occasion, where much wine surrounding them. Three tens is tho a sunstroke. eyes dull and the head heavy By and agreement of the attorneys for Sol. flows. The nine of hearts isnlwaysthe most propitious Too Susy to Call an Extra Session. of all combinations, 'by. the germ infected poisonous matter Manfled by a Train. bharp, the Successor of the man. and attorney wish: when combined with hearts, Fkankfort, Ky., April IS. The turn meaning a happening- of the greatest an the blood cau.es weakness or Junction City, Ky., April IS. Geo. general. Sharp's appeal from the S500 " Unabridged." the ten of hearts. mou are sure importance and advantage. Three fives in smne part of the body Then of political affairs given by the state Wiseman was seriously injured by fallfine lecently entered against him was to tret your wish. comes rheumatism, scrofula, consumpconvention which keeps Gov. Bradley in Standard of the The ten of hearts stand for an unexpected onnortunitv- i fiiKi U.S. Govt Prfat-to- g tion, liver complaint, kidney trouble and as an active candidate ior tho presiden- ing under a freight train at this place. dismissed on agreement of Sharp to foreshadows news of n wedding or an Of great import. Three urns nro One leghas been amputated and the pay the fine, Co', jj. j "Wiyituker, rrn. Office, tho a halt a hundred other ills of engagement: when It is seen wilh the erned by the lending cy, it is thought here, will have an im other is threatened, ne was not Buprerae Court VS. ace when leading in the Covinjrton, Sharp's attorney, was here The bad "breath is a dancer sisrnal. portant, Dearing on me question 01 an employ of the of nearly aU and the four or five of hearts yon will attend a from right to left, or by the ace near SchooMjooks. Loot out for it' If you have it, or extra session of the legislature. If an ing a xide. 3lprailroad, but was steal- on Saturday and held a lengthy con- wedding; when it is combined with the est tne personal card If is now at the McCuIlotn sultation with Attorney that card ap- any other symptom of indigestion, extra session is to be called at all it is Genral" Tayby everr State SoperlateB-d- t lor with the result above stated. The ten of diamonds, money will,eoine un- r pears In the chosen pack. laict a bottle or two of Dr. Pierce's generally believed that it will not be hoteL His home is at Hamilton, O. The fortune teller must remember ' of School, Golden Medical Discovery. jconrt reconvened Monday for' tho expectedly through n friend; Tvith the It will before the middle of July or the first anrt. other straighten out the trouble, make your One iBOMsnd Dollars foraDojj. spring term, which closes May 21, but ten of spades or clubs it predicts s that hundreds of different combinablool pure and healthy and full of nu- of August, as the irons which the gov- Bostox, April 18. The King Charles no decisions cre handed down. fortunate business undertaking with tion? present themselves in the reading " triment for the tissues. It is a strong ernor has in the. political fire jwill spaniel GUlie, which was recently rea friend. Collego Preldeat Trrite: of the cards, hut perfect farailiaritv monopolize his time until after the na- fused entry in the Kew York" "Tor Ste'ffment, but a true one that the WE AEE DAILY CHARGES with wWA The jack, queen and king of a suit with the significance of each card, nnd dog show j tional convention. "Golden Medical Discovery" will cure ' word goQKht. for tke eye Ssd, 0 "by reason of its "being under jjjx months practice, will soon make the reader an Sald to IImvb Keen Preferred Aguinst Deui. represent a youug man, woman., or el93 per cent of all cases of consumption I Uh. for effective tn" age, has been sold by Dr. Schenck to RECEIvlHG 0DR After "Works of Art. !,. - t... derly man. according to position. The adept in the translation of any unusual ocratlc Officials. " t umiif it is taken in the early stages. It will MUkAi.. , Fbanktort, Ky., April 18. W. F. Prince Bismarck, of Germany, for raaaeiMioB, for placing. FilASKFORT, Ky., April 14. It c?mo ace of diamonds announces a leltrr; relieve even the most obstinate cases of fcomprefeeBrfve stateme- a- tene-- yet . Farney, Frank Dnveneck and Prof. L. 81,000. The dog weighs only two pound, out from minor ofiicial circle? that with the fixsxir three of hearts, ji low long standing Send twenty-onrtosnd tojat the Cake. cents in t stamps T. Mealtin, of the Cincinnati School of and is considered by dog fanciers to be charges were preferred against letter; with the fir of diamonds, a let, dleUewy, TVebater.'l8terM to cm r postArt, were a committee visiting the state a remarkable animal. A. R. Gilman of nearly all of the democratic and wrappine onlv-a- ni ter of invitation with the ten of Hardware Dealer-Whteie aajrother stagtexelame," yoavcj't receive from the World's Dispen- departments here, in company with. Worcester raised the dog. nBt at asylunyr any other spades or clubs, a business letter. The with "ueh sheaty saw sary Medical Association. Buffalo, N Y OTJOEB Burns Wilson, tho artist, and j Bilk-in? My wife $L charitable in&titulivns beftiro their 4wo of diamonds promises a new ac- -' a Urre booL of loco pages profusely fllus. Robert Jhe .Report Untrue. Attorir. a trait Cecil CantreU, of George- ( tr. td telling all abont the Golden Med. Mrs Mary Boiie, April . .iMrtwis, kwiwy, United Press removal. Thejdecapitatea ofifa holders nuaJntaBce. a stranger: the three of eake. Bcwten Globe. . FiLEithlig Gtcis is C r ical Diseovi-ryand containing portrait. Wwm, They were here with a view to learns that the ranort in circulation claim :thiswas simply wad as a club jlmmondH. ery good.news; thefpurof testimonials and addresses of hundreds of selecting pictures Had works of art to llmrsday that the Italiaa had ctefeat- OTTB i. The Mutabeles at BaluVaKO are nrov- " Z.I those cared by it It is a coplete. Family ea the AoyssMBs xt Aaigrat wjts ur to ensfc Inenrbetorethje end, ot their , Ini,a; the five of diaooufhedeactaa take to the exhibit te bo Riven ia Doctor an,. ing troablanoofc nJmayaqnirmont' KT!J totk, nHMteW. -- w ? Vitfttjpn-- t tvjth the ik.Wt diuaoada,'i1 L! tgrms Tfa .jimturU)4 wfifcfc al'ittKat iIwim wKmnaarnhM , . tit T. -catd-plnyi- tmb. The resolutions oppose the free and unlimited coinage of stiver bettering it wouM pluncr tee country in finaaef U raw regard-toc-codollar the best dollar and that all ped. otfce - doll trs should be Uejrt ritv with ThVnoxt thing in ordoftwas the report from It. favors reciprocity sysafiatniina with the the resolutions committee. That com nlttee. poo e of Cuba beiteres la extending the ys-- t however, had adjourned untl Thurda- - morntn of free common schools indor&e ISrsd-l- e ing By motion the committee was rt quested dmtaiitratioB and especially the call-in- s to report at once While the committee ws bBt of troops to Frankfort indorses the g following candirt n of the late Ken tack houe of repre- p eparit their report the were placed in dates for delegates at large sentatives and cotuJemas the s sate for refu noralna'ions ii C Smita Oeoboro E. lug to the house. H. Hobson. Green county a F-- Uurnam. Kradley is indorsed for president as folRichmond W J Deboe. Crittenden county; lows M. S. Hutcblcs. Mison county A T Wood, BUeTlftg is the availability sad fitness of Montgomery county L P Tarlton, Frankeaadl-da- i. Got Wm O. Brsdtey as a John AV. W H. Holt, Franktort fort Biladfal of the Mate victory and Albert Scott. Lou svllle Vinunder bis leadership proud of his executive Kitter cent Borelag. Laurel county W A. Gaines, abiilty. kn4aiT the soundness of his views o Covington. the finaaci il and tariff question-.- , -- wd eoafl-deRepreatatlve Speed tried to mike a speech that his Bosaiuattoa will secure for the non inati-- g some one. bot was Interrupted by republican party the electoral vote of adelgaeho charged that .Spjed hdgot-tM- i Kentucky and other southern states, we in b Irregular methods Both moo got decls-- e him ear ohotoe for the president and to the froat of the orchestra clrrle te instruct the delegates selected br this convena to motion explain matters when tion as delegates from the state at large to the cloc the nominations for delegates cut next republican national convention to cast them oS Then there was another motion to their votes for htm as presidential nominee, adjourn which the chair declared lot- - The bat in the event h s same is withdrawn from cext regular business was the nomination of before the St.. Louis convention and he ceases electors The confusion was so great to be voted for there then they are directed to it could not be proceeded with and afterthat encast their Totes for lion. Wm McKitev the deavoring for tea inlautes to go on, tho moKreat friend of protection so lonz vWs name tion to adjourn till 9 a. m. ras declared car- HhaU remain before the convention " -icJ. Upon the adoptiod of the resoluitoss there were loud calls for Bradley The chairman WON'T GO HOME. informed the convention that the rovernor was not in the house. 1 hen there were loud Despite the Pleadings of Ills Family John calls for Hunter, but he did not respond P. Davis Itefusrs. Editor fcam Roberts leader of the McKinley GEonaETOWN, Ky., AprU 17. Mr. the United frre said to perfectly Press reporter that hi- - side was satisfied w in the reJohn I. Davis, the Jcsainirie county sult ecoBd instructions beine all thev wantfarmur who mysteriously disaopeared ed. A fight wm only made on Brad ey be-- c .ue some of his supporters tried to beat Mc-- J from home about three weeks ago and was located here Wednesday evening', lutey out of second iastruettoss. he following delegates from the state at left here on horseback Thursday large to the Batfos&l convention were elected evoniug, giving' no intimation of his Eleetors-ai-lare- e Samuel H. Cash. O h. destination He registered at Hotel Deminc Alternates-at-largLancaster as John D Preston. He e B. S. Phillips. Marshall w ould not talk about the matter, simGoes berry " Oelegates-at-larg- e J Deboe. A K ply saying he never intended to return Bumham, Lew H Tarlton. & K. Smith home. In response Flemlcgstranr: A T. Wood, of tit. Sterling. M. C Butfihlns, of Mavsville. and S, E. fcmith, colored, or Owensboro. At 11 o'clock the CDramittee on credentials made a unanimous report In favor of allowing the regular Bra ley del' g tes from Warren county and tho McKlnlCj delegates from.'Lcran countr to be seated. Jefferson county .aid the Sixth and Eighth wards in Louisville to be divided equally between the Bradley and McKinley delegates N T Howard to cast the rote of Edmonson county, S-- H. Kahh to cast the vote of Lesli and John W Terk and J M. Lsngley to cast the vote cf Pike county The report was adopted without opposition. The committee on permanent organization recommended Charles Blan-forof Breckinridge county, for chairman and Fred Koberts for secretary. Lyons, of Newport, moved to substitute the cams of George Ilecny for chairman and Fome one ele suggested the name of Oliver Hoot, of Newport. Both were withdrawal, however, and the committee's report adopted BL nford took the chair and tae committees on the rules and order of business rero-tein firor of adopting the rules of the i.atlonnl. govern the house of representatives to tioa limited speeches to flit- trinui. and provided that for the four delejr te at the (our candidates receiving a majority oi iro votes cast be declared elected, and if no election be had on the llrst ballot the candidate recciyin? the lowest number of votes be dropd, ,'a-- KENTUCKY 4Tfaa NEWS. ) INTHEFHVER. of tha Ohastly Dlscorrry of Two Negro Fisher-meNear Hqpklnsvlilc. HorKE.'sviLiJ'., Ivy., April 15, .Wm and Tandy Jackson, colored -- fishermer n sharges in each case canBot be ascer ained, but some of them arc said to be ulty. Latest Netrs Trom All Part Codunon wealth. SHOT BOTH. 1 Colored Jinn's Deeds Cause Great at Madlsonrllle. MadisOnviu-e- , Ky., April 14. About I o'clock Sunday morninga Negro named denry Edmunds, who had not been with his wife for some time, slipped nto her home, and, after treating her ji a terrible manner, shot her to death. The woman's sister, who was visiting ner, ran to her aid and Edmunds shot tnd dangerously wounded her. Ed nunds made his eseapo and has not cen captured. Excitement is at a nigh pitch among the colored populaHv-n- g ' residing near Kennedy, in the souther, portion of this county, were, pnt fish, "With ing in Little river, wherj.thpy were hor AH Will Miller Without Soccww. rifled by discovering the mutilate.' GEonomoWN, Ky., April 20. Will body of a man , hjdden under somt Miller, a young man of this city, died "bushes where the water was most shalabout noon Sunday from the effects of low. laudanum taken Saturday night with There were signs of violence upon suicidal intent. While down htrcct he the body, which, .from apswallowed a bottle full, and gojnghomo pearance, had evidently leen in the some time after attempted to take water several days. i is generally beanother bottle of the drug, when the lieved to be the body of a white man bottle was taken from him. A physi- - and foul play is suspected. Every ef cian was summoned and worked with fort possible is being made to solve tht hira nil night, but withoutsuccess. De- mystery. ceased was about 23 years of age, was PANIC IN CHURCH. married several years ago and has since w ife. lie has been separated from his Desperate Young Men Terrorize n Congregation In llreathltt County. drinking heavily recently. THE DOSE WAS FATAL. Night the Physicians "Worked its-bloa-ted fiSwi vVVWVfyv lV WVVVWWWWVBT X n'8 mm !.. I I S I fl Fortune in Prizes , ! Jf you want the best Washing Machine tbatfs made, one that a child can operate, call on, or address, Ciias. Waller, Bichmond, Ky. SAgenta wanted. $6,141.75 55 Separate Prizes .., ... I 1 GIVEN AWAY IS ONE PRIZE OP $1,000 TH6 NEW tion. . .. Saloon For Sab! . . . WEEKLY I Nip WITH HIS AX He Cut Big Gashes In the Heads of Two W otiivii. LAwnENChBUBQ, Ky April 30. Clar- ypk-adt- d nt An Old Project Kevlved. Howlino GliKEX, Ky., April 20 The syndicate of promoters w Iio have revived the project of building the Howl- ence Moore, in trying to .split open the' head of his girl, Lou Thomas, with an ax, Sunday, struck Mag Coleman, who interfered, and she was dangerinjured. ously, if not fatally, was also The Thomas woman panic-strickestruck and her skull laid bare. Dr. Powers removed 04 pieces of twue from the former's skull, and ,lie may recover, lloth woundsare four inches long. Moore escaped, but was afterward found in the Miburbs of the town IN COLD BLOOD, in a drunken stupor, and arrested by 15ickcrs and lodged in Frank Musselman Mint Down by Robert Chief Tully at Wllllamstown. jail. He lays it all on whiskj. All Wilmambtowj,', Ky , April 15. Ancolored. name of Sunday attempted to terrorize the congregation in the Presbyterian church at Athol by flourishing pistols and swearing. Rev. Biggersfciff. of Hath countj-- . was in the pulpit and at once commenced to pray for the wrath of Heaven to descend upon the young men The n congregation was and men and women jumped through the windows. Warrants have been issued for the arrest of the men, who were drunk. FBASKronT, Ky., April 15 G. W. Mars, Andy liarrett, John How-maTom Bowman and John Fugate, des perate young men of llreathitt county n Wilmamsbobo, Ky., April 14. Geo. R. Hemphill, of this place, IB years of age, has been promised the S1.200 clerk-shiin the secretary of state's Office by Secretary Charles Finley. Mr. Hemphill went to Louisville Monday to tako a three months' course in stenography and typewriting preparatory to entering upon the duties of the position. TIIE FORTUNE-TELLINFAD. G Promised a Clerkship. p saloon, handsomly tnr-nished, modern fixtures and one of the best locations in Winchester. Ill health of the proprietor the n.y reason for selling. For farther particulars inquire at Sun office, Winchester, Ky. HIRST-CLAS-S Did Napoleonic Fashion Again Popular with Society Girls. The coming: Artist who knows enough g? S 5? to paint a popular subject. ? u NOTICE OF ELECTION! South The New is the representaUre paper of , .West It l silver's chaniptoe. It Is the c pie's advocate. It leads In thought, as In -- 1 The Weekly has Just been eslarced and proved. It contain the latest and fullest tr Ine and mlnlngr stock news. It has special ,partintnU devoted to the Farm, the K bold. Women and Children, all the br g - t cartoons and llvest comment of the dan? tlon are to be found In It. It presents tn densed form the doings of alt the world i s a family paper without a per. And the Weekly News Is determined beyond all question the lamest circular - r i any paper batween the Misilnrppi river an" Pacific r ast. Therefore It offers to ile sons sending; (n the greatest number of $1 j. ly subscriptions before September Ui l x these unequalled prizes. i -I ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, ' Denver. Colo.. Th Titet, bona fid prlie offer tr cu" In the West or source of Much Amusement Instructions 1 hlch Will Enable Any Lady to Practice This -- Gentle Art" with Success They Are Worth (studying. COfTBICJHT. 18961 3T (eol-ore- d) Xich-olasvil- le 1 one-ha- lf cold-stora- Owea-bor- o Tue-dt- y other-la-la- Wor-o- w I y, In these days of looking to the stars for one's fate, of diving into the esoterGrant ic, of studying the lines in the palm for other murder stains the county. Frank Musselman.of Hlanchet, an indev to character and g prospects, N Cotton". by was shot three times, and mortally the old fashion of fortune-tellin44-- 16 President. cards is being revived. And wherever w ounded, by Robert Tully,, of this place, there is a gathering of women, there at nocn Tuesday. Musselman was will the y 7"t O revealer of things to come be waiting in front of Glasscock's store, tafl hoH-- o when Tully approached him, drew a a doubly welcome guest. So, if you revolver and fired, the bullets striking are not learned in the ways of astrol-CSphrenology, palmistry und tho him once in the breast and twice in the neck. Ns words passed between them. IKe,andhac no time forsuch studies, it Main Musselman is dying. .Tully was cap- is worth jour while to turn your atten(Opposite Glyndon.) tion to the reading of cards as a never-faili- ng tured afid lodged in jaiL source of amusement and popMay Move the Courthouse. Country Produce Bought and ularity during the season WniTEsnona, Ivy., April 15. ExciteSold. Highest Cash Market in fact, during nnj season. For ment is running high here on account where is there the person who will not Price Paid. of the chances for the removal of the courthouse. The fiscal court has seek to learn what may lie In the fuiNv been in session for a week, and the ture, scoffer though he may be of the fight has been w'aged during the whole gentle art of fortune telling? To begin with, the most fortunate time. Tuesday the final vote was to time for reading our future is on Fribe taken, and it is jrenerally under :ili ffi a stood that the vote will stand two to day. Emperor Napoleon, it is well four in favor of the removal. If the known, was much addicted to consult- aninvitatlon to rifle; with the six or ,.... old building leaves its 55 years' resiing the fates, but never on any other hearts, on invitation to the theater. dence, it will be an epoch well reday than Friday. The six of diamonds is prelude to a membered in the history of the county. The crossing of the oracle's palm with carriage ride, an excursion or pleasure, ROUTE lver is another necessary precaution trip of some kind; the seven of diaKentucky Pensioners. Washington, April 15. Pensions Do not overlook this, or fate will not monds, to an unexpected money trans- -B- E.UT UME TO AND FRQ- Wwere issued for Kentuckians as follows: be appeased; silver is her price, be It action, an unexpected sum of money. Original: Polk Hicks, Maysville, Ma- nothing more than a dime. The eight of diamonds presages hilari-l3- 't son. Divers methods are used in the telling Additional: Thomas II. Milier. JWety; combined with the seven or Solid Vistlbuled Trains, with Buffet Parlor Basement of Dillingham Building, ;ars. r.iefiHiu Greencastle, Warren. Increase: Arch- of the cards, but those in which the eight of spades, intoxication. The nine Sle log Cars, Loacnes, inning uary, Wuguei Richmond, Ky. und Private ibald McCoin, Pig, Edmonson; Michael whole pack is vised are preferable. of diamonds foretells the coming of a Department Kutlet lnlesL Improved magnifi First-clasSleeping Care, s Work Guaranteed. Mabbard, Booncville. Owsley; Francis Here is one practiced to day by a fa sum of money, or some possession of cently iiirniMiea witn toilet accessories jn nail, Harlan C. II., Harlan. Reissue: mous French woman, whose grand- value such as jewels;the ten of dia- ihcIi ccinpartinent. Best leimlnnl station. Orders left at W.G. White's, David A. Bell, Oldham, Oldham; Wilmother, soothsajer-in-chie- f to Napole- monds, of a. large sum of money, a forPromptly attended to. Priliam B. Myers, Rosine, Ohio. Mexican on the Great, foretold many of his suc- tune. The ace of clubs signifies agift; Solid Vestlbtiled TntitiN with HutTel Parlor war survivor, increase: Arthur R. cesses and failures by this same with the ten of diamonds, n valuable Car, faches ami Dlnlnz Carv.aiiil Winner ces reasonable ! 44 51 Samuel, Stamping Ground. ScotL KnterliiBSt LotiWover gift of money; with the nine of dia- Hie method. Nf Merchant' Bridge,aoldiiigtliedU Schoolboys Out on a Lark. Let the person whose fortune you monds a piece- of jewelry, a ring: with tigreeahle tunnel. Lancaster, Ky., April 15. Nine may wish to tell shuffle well the whole the four or the five of hearts, an engageschoolboys left Hustonville a few days pack. Then, taking the pack into your ment ring; with the ten of spades or ago to go on a fishing tour. After a own hands, let him cut three times and clubs, a business paper; with the three The Sleeping Canine from long search Sam Lusk found them in wish. Each time you put Hie cut un- of diamonds or the four of spades, a On ci 11 inly Through Wanner Heeplng Cat. latl. Elegant a cave near D'tx river, this county. der the pack, after first removing the newspaper, ine iwo ol clubs means Caij Each had a Winchester rifle and a pisbottom card of the cut. Remember. tears anger; the three of clubs, a kiss; without th tol. They left home with plenty of Hnowldg of anybody. The 'Southwestern Limned" Solid Vetl bacon and light bread, but thej' had Cule.1 Trains, with Combiuiulon Has Never Failed When Direc- - y Llbrari, lost the bread and were living on meat. llulltt uid flunking Curii. Wagner Sleeping b ir--, Elegant Coaches and Dining Cars. land They were glad to return home and tioxs ake Followed. Ing piiengers in Mew York City nt2l s rett promised never to leave again. Positively 110 Ferry Trnnsferr Kich- - y,' BcMiie jour ticket reads via "BIU KOUIt' K Address X. ZD: Lincoln County for Ilratllry. & , mo.vd Ky. Stanford, Ky., April 15. Lincoln E. 0. M'COEMIOK D. B. MARTIN 3j5QL.Oon8uItation hour after 4 pm. $ county republicans instructed for BradPaisenger Truffle JlgrGcn. Vill Call o.n Yon if You Desire It &. ley and indorsed him, riot alarm and 1 CINCINNATI. all. They also instructed for Smith 43 50 $ M" - BB lfep7r8"yj?TJF '(C g You get Sl4 oz. of for 10 cents You only -- PLUC "Battle Ax" g Stock holders ot tne ivirksville and Kentucky River Turnpike Co ar election hereby notified that an will be held at Kirksville on Saturday, May 2, 1896, for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year. Election at 1 o'clock. ALLOWED IN ADDITION. CONTEST BEGINS A T ONCE. OPEN TO EVERYBODY EVERYWHERE Cor particulars address Tixo IN'e-w- Denver, Colo. Printing Co. nuiiiir oi other brands of no for cents In other words, if vou S buy "Battle Ax" you get 2 oz more of high grade ior tne a same money Can you afford to S resist this iactr We say unless you have "Money to Burn' S FilR J.H.JMEFF&CO.- lStrt, R FRIT STORE-HOUSE am -- g- - ILmi'.'U.'-- (MSSSSWWJWWaWTS' iinil ECONOMIST PfllNT SND CHICAGO. PAPER SHOP LOUIS. eS!23S5pwaigf --, i .7T. --- - BOSTON. friJJicoWCiirelj C.a.Er, J55 H NEW YORK. J J ' Dt-po- 95 13 Owea-bor- n. ., y, . IE1F RECORDS! 1 FIE East-boun- LIPH T)ca-ki- ns ool-o-- and See,,. JoRe? ' two-stor- J! i ...the TWo J's, th-- ir s Jeirij. oae-hi- lf Vis-m.i- n, s-3st TiiDe Ooward e Mor-o- w On-en- s . Cirnp-bel- l. Mor-Vo- w I j I j The OLIVER Repairs i!"5!!? (UAU!a. $Si) vr , , J o-- ', of-- C iiii - ed B't I for-th- e st j Shackelford Gentry's, y , rn ,''fW JUST RECEIVED 1 & over-nigh- mu ; ui 1 - I place-worke- N 1 some-goo- d s 1'ooI-Koo- m 'wBBsrV f - ii4J?,niCTlONAl?v OUR Spring Stock of Laces and broideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. A1TD SEE I YORK pool-roo- inflam-natio- n - XME i THE SAEGAI1TS WE RAVE FOE YOU! "Wax-a- ly cora-Hiend- ed Sdaaa-tiraaltB- et LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM SND LOWEST PRICES. f-- eo ... ..,,. . -- , e - one-cen- SPRING GOODS. oiif-ce- rs at do-o- -- s -- 1B-- The haad STOOZ: CPV 6tts " Sk U. ., f r. v STcB r jliti -- r- tf- - i! - s--, - j j'i li P ---, i o a' iiTlSiihMfil Ml j rl 1 - -- .1 T it mi iM&imi " 'WMfitiSfnri'iillBSiu. ,... sT-- feJ Efiif i4