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ASK th recovered dyvptlt-i- , bilious suRercik, victims ot fever -- nd nue, the mercurial -- Banned patient, how they recovered health, cheer- mi spirits and oood appetite, they will tell you by taking SIMMONS RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, M J. BRYAN Nominated for President by the Democracy on the Fifth I.IVEK RGU-LATO- Th Cheapest. Pmlly Medicine In the World! For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, JaunColic. dice. V. Depression of Spirits. SOLR STOMACH. Heartburn, etc. Thi unrivalled remedy is warranted not to contain a single purtitle of , UtKiT-RYor any mineral substance, but U containing those Southern Roots and Herbs which an a'.l wise Providence has placed in prevail. cmnirie where I.iver Diseases mostDerange-nIt will cure all Diseases caused by of the Liter and Bowels. The "t 1IPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a bitter or tad taste In the mouth; Pain in the llai-L- , Sidss or Joints, often mistaken for Sour Stomach; Loss of Appetite; lli els alternately costive and lax; Headache: l.os of Memory, with a painful sensation of tutvm-failed to do something which ought to have been done; Debility; Low Spirits, a thick ye. low appearance of the Skin and Ev es, a dry ugh ofen m staken for Consumption Some'lmes many of these symptoms attend the i sease, at others very few, but the LlVER s generally the seat of the disease, and if pot in time, preat wretchedness an DEATH will ensue. The toilow inij highly esteemed persons attest to the virtues of Simmons Liver Uegulator-,tV.' S Holt, Pres, G S V R.R.C0, Rev. Perry, Ga , Col E K Sparks. J R. C Master-son- , Esq., Sheriff Bibb Co, Oa , Hon Alexander H Stephen. " have tested its virtues, personally, and in 'T that for Dyspepsia, Biliousness and Headache it is the best medicine tho 1 world ev er saw We tried forty other remedies before Simmons Liver Regulator, but none Rave us more than temporary relief; out the Regu. lator not only relieved, but cured us." Ea Telegkami and Messenger, Macon, Ga. nt Kheu-tna'is? ng, 1 n jj Purest and Best Ballot Arthur Sewall, of Maine, Nominated for Vice President PURELY VEGETABLE, The Gold Men Refused to Take Part in the Balloting. During the Fifth Ballot for President Mr. lltand Withdrew In Favor of Ilrvan, and the Stampede Commenced for the . "Boy Orator" The Platform Is for Free Coinage of Silver at the Ratio of 10 to 1. Cosventioh Chicago. Juip & I p m. the convention was called to by Mr Harrlty. of Pennsylvania, chairman of the democratic national committee, feho asked that all present should arise and stand whllo prayer was oSered by Rev Ernest Stlres, rector of Grace Episcopal At Chicago. H. or-d- er i MANUFACTURED ONLY BY H. & CO.. Philadelphia, Pi. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. AT0lTEYS. U. B. LIOUG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Richmond, Kentucky n First street, up stairs. GKAKT E LILLY, Office No. v-1- 0 A TTORNEY-AT-L- A W, - Ki iiMoxD, - Kentucky $ I tones, said "Gcntlonen ot the convention, by direction of the democratic national committee I desire A ppeHls. 2 to report the following as the temporary organization of the convention Temporary chairman. David D. QUI. of New J. C. & D. M. CUENAUL1, York The rest of the organization was read as folATTORNEYS AT LAW, lows for temporary secretary. Simon P. Indiana, for serjeant-at-arm- s. Richmond, Kentucky. Shccrln of Martin, of Missouri. Col John L What is the pleasure of the convention Mr Harrlty asked, on the report ns made from the democratic national committee?" Office on Second street, over Chenault's groOn that. Mr Clayton, delegate from Alacery bama, arose, advanced to the platform and said D. "Gentlemen of the democratic national convention, on behalf of I members ot your naA TTORNEY AT LA W, tional committee, as opposed to 7. and. as I believe, in accordance vrtth the wish of the . Kentucky. great majority of thla nation (cheers). I am . Richmond, authorized to present to this convention a minority recommendation which I shall move as a substitute tor a part ot the motion made by Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Etc the chairman ot tho national committee." Report as to patentability of invention Free of Charge Unsurpassed facilities Moderate terms To the Democratic National Committee! lleforc applying for a patent, write me. The undersigned members of the national democratic committee respectfully recommend that the name ot Hon. John W Daniel, PHYSICIANS. of Virginia be substituted In the committee report for that of Hon. David B. Hill, of New York, and that Hon. John W Daniel be chosen DR. H. II. GIBSON, temporary chairman ot this convention. Tho names of the 3 committeemen vere attached to the report. ' YdlCIAN AND SURGEON, Mr C S. Thomas, of Colorado, seconded the Kentucky. minority report r.iniM'iM. Again cries ot "roll call" were raised and Mr Harrlty said. "It may a3 well be underOlTiue in the Joe I'c.lms building, 18 and 20 Secstood, gentlemen, that as long as the present over Wait ,ikw drugstore. ond Strt-c27- occupant la In the chair, these proceedings will bo conducted in a regular, orderly man-n- offie H. W corner Mnin nud Second streets tip m ilrs Will practloo in all the courts of Mudisou and adjoining countie-- . and Court o Virginia. Temporary Chairman. Then Chairman Iiarrily. Inelow, deliberate SENATOR JonN W. DANIEL, applauded. At 1:51 Senator White called the convention to order and stated that word had been received from tho committee on credentials that no report could be expected for three hours. He suggested a recess until I o'clock. The convention then recessed until that hour. CniC-G- O. July a AtSiiS p m. the convention was again called to order by Chairman Daniel. At 6 M p. m. Chairman Atwood reported thatthe committee on credentials completed report by recommending the seating of the contesting delcates of the Fourth and Ninth Michigan district The other delegates remain as on temporary rolL Mr. Crosby, ot Massachusetts, from the committee on credentials, presented a minority report In favor of seating the delegates named on the temporary role. A ballot was taken and a motion to substitute the minority report for the majority report In the Michigan case was lost. Ayes, SCS: nays, 65a "The noes have It," said the chalrmnn. "and tho amendment Is lost" It was now the silver men's turn and they yelled and waved hats and hindkerchlefs and displayed Bland pictures and made the night hideous for awhile. The chairman put tho question on the majority report of the committee on credentials and declared it adopted. The report of the committee on permanent organization was then presented by Mr. y. of Ohio, naming Senator White, of California, as permanent president of the convention, an i Thomas J. Cogan, ot Ohio, as permanent secretary. A question was rjut to Mr. Finley as to whether the state of Ohio had a representative on the national committee, as It was reported, and It was answered In the affirmative. With those exceptions the report was adopted. A committee of three was then appointed to escort Senator White, the permanent chairman, to the chair, the committee consisting of Mr Ftnley. of Ohio, Mr McConnelL of Illinois and Senator Vest, ot Missouri Senator Daniel, in retiring from tho temporary chairmanship, expressed his deep sense of the honor which he had enjoyed and introduced Mr White as "the distinguished senator from California" (Cheers.) Senator White, of California, on taking the chair, spoke ot the convention as an assemblage of men from every state and territory in tho union, and said that he was prepared to extend full, equal, absolute and Impartial treatment to alL Every question before the convection should be, he said, considered carefully and deliberately, and when the voice ot the convention was crystallized Into a judgment, that Judgment should be binding on all true democrats. (Cheers). Mr Clark, of Montana, rising In the body ot the hall, produced a silver gavel from the mines of Montana, which ho tendered to the presiding officer In the name of the delegation from that state. The chairman remarked that in the absence ot objection, he would feel compelled to accept this handsome token from the Montana delegation. No objection being heard, the silver gavel was passed up to the chairman. COKYESTIOK II ALU CHICAGO, July 10. At Chairman White called the convenwas dition to order The scrgeant-at-arm- s rected to clear the aisles. Senator White called James D. Richardson, of Tennessee, to the chair Bnd Senator Jones read the platform. All references to sliver was enthusiastically applauded by the galleries. The free coinage plink in the platform was drowned In cheers. Ordered ln-le10-5-4 d. silver tipped spear and banner bearing Mr. Bryan's name in silver letter. Were voolter-ousl- y eettled wo are opposed .to any agitation- for further changes In our tariff laws, except such as are necessary to meet the deficit In revenue caused by the adverse aeclslonof the supremo court on the Income tax. There would be no deficit In tho revenue but for the annulment by the supreme court of a law passed by a democratic eongress In strict pursuance of the uniform decisions of that court for nearly one hundred years, that court having In that decision sustained constitutional objections to Its enactment which has been previously overruled by the ablest Judges who had ever sat on that bench. We declare that It Is the duty of congress to use all tho constitutional power which remains after that decision, or which may come from Its reversal by tho court as it may hereafter be constituted, bo that tho burdens of taxation may be equally and Impartially laid to the end that wealth may boar Its due proportion of the expenses of government We hold that the moat efficient way of protecting American labor Is to prevent tho importation of foreign pauper labor to compete with it in the home market, and with the value - immmnn Jf.i and Interpreted by succeeding presidents, is a permanent part ot the foreign policy ot the United States, and must at all times be maintained. We extend our sympathy to the people ot Cuba In their heroic struggle for liberty and independence. We nre opposed to life tenuro In the public service. Wo favor appointments based upon merits, fixed terms ot ofilco and suob an administration of tho civil service laws as will afford equal opportunity to all citizens of ascertained fitness. We declare it to be the unwritten law ot this republic, established by custom and usage of one hundred years and sanctioned by tho examples ot the greatest and wisest of those who founded and have maintained our government, that no man should be eligible for a third term of the presidential office. The federal government should euro for and improve the Mississippi river and other great waterways of the republic, so as to secure for the Interior states easy and cheap transportation to tide water. When any waterway of the republic Is ot sufficient importance to - IIIII WEDNESDAY, - ir- - If fJ - K- - r - -- -s - a '" -- n? nnnxnnniuuiniiiuuunniiixnn'uuwsuunnn 5 JOB WORK I Si c CAREFULLY EXECUTED. 3 HtnjruiJUiJinJxnjiJiiinnjinruxnxiJinjiJxriiJira JULY 15, L896. 'aJeJ p&per NUMBER 6. '"c--''-"- J3 Ifl-HNT Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Go.'t Report RoYa! Powder sa ABSOLUTELY PURE na- Baking two-thlr- da .DO YOU A REAPER? - - - "W. of the home STEPHEN PARRISH, 6- ' ... i, et CUAS. HOOKER, I " ETERINARY SURGEON, College. eral applause-M- r This announcement was received with gen- Gradualt Ontario Veterinary Hon. H. T Clayton ot Alabama, took tho platform to close the debate. Ballot on tho substitution of the name of John W Daniel In place of Hill began and resulted ab nays 319 . C. The chair declared that the minority report Meilirinc and Surjierv. substituting the name of John W Daniel for temporary chairman was adopted. The anOHice Collinb Huildint:, Main Street. nouncement was received with wild cheers. Telephone at residence (the Carr place) on At 3 S3 the chair appointed J K-- Jones, ot BrcBidoav. Arkansas. R P Keating, of Nevada, and S Kentucky M. Wblto. of California, a committee to escort RiuiMiisD, Senator Daniel to the chair Senator Dmlel was received with rousing DR. O. A. KENNEDY, cheers many ot the delegates standing on their chairs and waving hats and handkerchiefs. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, The band played a hymn. Senator Daniel took the chair and addressed K11 iimom), Kentucky. the convention. There was a rapid thinning out of spectators illice in Smith Building, No 304 Mam Street, ni Curing Senator Daniel's speech and much conr lmcc hours 12 to x and 4 to 5 o'clock. fusion vae caused by people in the rear seats moving forward to belter ones. Senator White, of California, offered a resoDR. JOHN M. FOSTER, lution that the rules of the last democratic convention. Including the rules ot the Fifty-thir- d 111 IIMUND, congress, govern the convention until otherwise ordered. Gov. Hogg, of Texas, moved the appointTclexhone at office and residence. ment of committees on permanent organization credentials, resolutions and rules When the various committees had been apW. EVANS, M. D., pointed the members of them withdrew for organization and the convention then at 4.43 p m. adjourned until Wednesday morninr at 10 o'clock. PlliBICIAN AND SUKGEON, Conyektioh Hall, Cnic.oa July a The Kentucky convention was called to order at 10:51 WedKkhmon'd, nesday morning Tho 6eat of the Now York delegation were empty, the delegates being In DR. T. TAYLOR, caucus at the Auditorium. The prayer called for a special "blessing on Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, this convention from all over cur fair land." Kentucky and asked that tho minds of the delegates Richmond should be "dominated for good, for humanity and tor God." and that what they did might Oitlco and residence on Third Street. "tell In tho years to come for the advancement and lifting up of our human kind" DENTAL ST7SGEEY. Senator White, permanent chairman-elec- t, relieved Secatot Daniel of the gavel and presided over the informal proceedings of the DR. A. SMITH, convention which followed, Mr Daniel being In poor voire after bis exertlonj of Tuesday DENTAL SURGEON, The temporary chairman announced that Kentucky the first business In order was the report of Richmond, committees, as no business could be doue except by unanimous consent until the commit Or ck Smith building. Main Street- - Oificr tees reported. He called tue committees in order The committee on credentials did not hours, oo to 12 M. ; 1100 to 4 P. M.. "Practice hrited to dentistry. respond, and after an interval of about ten minutes It was announced that the committee on credentials were about to reassemble after J. A. VATES J C -- OUCAN. their long night's session. Martin, of Kansas. 'was At 11: 1: LORGAN & YATES, recognized and moved an informal recess of DENTISTS, five minutes to permit Gov. Hogg, of Texas, to Kentucky address the convention. Iiichmond, The motion was adopted, but a stray band In the gallery beyond the reach of the chairon playing "Dixie" Orncx Main Street, over Madison Nationa. man's bell or signals kept before it could be Bank for nearly ten minutes stopped. AX hile awaiting the report of the credentials L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. commitfe. Gov Hogg. Senator Blackburn. Gov Altgeld and others made short speecher Kentucky. to fill In time. Richmond, At 1.10 the gold delegation from Nebraska Office retired to a march tune by the band and their Crown and bridge work a specialty. over Wallace fc Klce, Main street. OPice hours 9 silver successors took their places. Thb 1 m ti 11 xn.. x to 4 p xn. Bryan men, as they marched In headed by M nn and Dentistrv and Sterility a Specialty 'Hue up stairs over New York Store, corner 46- streets. Richmond Allen McDcrmott, of New Jersey, was then recognized to speak in support of the majority report. JMiSFER, M. JJ ... r .... J. WILKES ... ... . J. demand aid of the government such aid should be extended upon a definite plan ot continuous work until permanent Improvement la secured. Confiding In the justice of our cause and the necessity of Its success at the polls we submit the foregoing declaration of principles and purposes to tbe considerate Judgment of the American people We Invite tho suppsrt ot all citizens who approve them and who de"We arc I favor of the arbitration of diff- sire to have them made effective through legislation for the relief of the people and the erences Ik. i i een employers engaged In interprosperity state com iui'-- . and their emnloves.and rp- - restoration of tho country's reported Senator After the platform was j as Is neces&ary to Hill of New York, r . resenting the minority oommend suci. carry oat this print' p'e. gold men, submitted the following, which conTHE PLATFOllM. Tho absorption oi wealth by tho few, the tained a strong plan. favorable to the existWe, the democrats of the United States In consolidation of our leu Mr: railroad systems ing standard. The use of the word "gold" In national convention assembled do reaffirm and the formations of.truuix mil pools require the plank Is conspicuous. The text ot the misignatures attached report, our allegiance to those great essential princontrol by the fedenl government nority follows:with the ciples ot justice and liberty upon which our thereto, W ilmcni commerce. To the Democratic National Convention Institutions are founded, and which the demo- of thoe arteries of commerce cratic, pirty has advocated from Jefferson's the enlargement of the inter-stat- o Sixteen delegates, constituting the minority of the committee en resolutions, find many time to our own freedom of speech, freedom commission, and such restrictions nud declarations In the report ot the majority to of the press, freedom of conscience, the In the control of railways as will preservation ot personal rights, the equality tbe people from robbery and oppression . which they can not give their assent Some of all citizens before the law and the faithful We denounce the profligate waste of the observance of constitutional limitations. money wrung from the people by oppressive During all these years tho democratic party has resisted the tendency of selfish interests to the centralization ot governmental power and steadfastly maintained the Integrity of the dual scheme of government established by the founders of this republic of republics. Under Its guidance and teachings the great principal ot local has found its best expression In the maintenance of the rights of tbe states and In Its assertion ot the necessity of confining the general government to the exercises of the powers granted by the 1 1 1 C IcftpAiTl H ' imZfcfafT, ?! constitution of the United States. I 1 1 1 If"1i2U3w5-'The constitution of tho United States guarantees to every citizen the right of olvll and religious liberty The democratic party has always been the exponent of political libI r erty and religious freedom, and It renews Its sjS i i obligations end reaffirms Its devotion to these fundamental principles of the constitution. Recognizing that the money question Is paramount to all others at this time, wo Invite attention to the fact that the federal constitution names silver and gold together as the money metals of the United States, and that by congress under the first coinage law the constitution made the silver dollar the monetary unit of value and admitted gold to free coinage at a ratio measured by tho silver dollar unit We declare that the act of 1873 demonetizing sliver without tbe knowledge or approval of the American people has resulted In the appreciation of gold and a corresponding fall In the prices of commodities produced by the people a heavy Increase In the burden of taxation and ot all debts publio and private; the g enrichment of tbe class at home and abroad: postratlcn of Industry, and Impoverishment of the people We are unalterably opposed to tho single gold standard which has locked fast the prosperity ot an Industrial people In the paralysis of bard times. Geld monometallism Is a British policy and its adoption has brought THE CONVENTION IN SESSION. other nations Into financial servitude to Lonof these are wholly unnecessary Some are taxation and tbe lavish appropriations ot redon. It is not only but and ambiguously phrased, while cent republican congresses, which have kept and It can be fastened on the United taxes high, while the labor that pays them Is others are extreme and revolutionary of the States only by the stifling otthat indomitable unemployed and tbe product of the people's well recognized principles ot the party- - Tbe spirit and love of liberty which proclaimed toll are depressed till they no longer repay the minority content themselves with this our political Independence in 1774 and won It cost of production. We demand a return to general expression of dissent without In tbe war of the revolution. specific a Into statement that simplicity and economy which 1)61113 going We demand the free and unlimited coinage a democratic- government and a reduction in of these objectionable features of tbe report of both sllv er and gold at the present legal ratio the number ot useless officers, the salaries ot ot the majority. But upon tho financial quesof 16 to 1, without waiting for the aid or consent which drain the substanoo of the people. tion which engages at this time the chief of any other nation. We demand that the We denounce tbe arbitrary Interference by share of public attention, the views ot tbe In local affairs as a vlolt-tlo- n silver dollar shall be a full legal tenmajority differ so fundamentally from what standard federal authorities der, equally with gold for all debts, publio and of the constitution of tbe United States tho minority regard as vital democratic docprivate, and we favor such legislation as will and a crime against free institutions, and we trine as to demand - distinct statement ot prevent the demonetization ot any kind of le- especially object to government by Injunction what they hold to as the only just and true gal tender money by private contract. expression of democratic faith upon this paraas a new and highly dangerous form ot opWe are opposed to the policy and praotlce pression by which federal judges, in contempt mount Issue, as follows, which is offered aa a of surrendering to tbe holders of the obligarights of citizens, substitute for the financial planks In the maot tbe laws ot the states and jority report: tions of the United States tbe option reserved become at once legislators. Judges snd execuby law to the government of redeeming such tors, and we approve the bill passed at the "Wo declare our belief that the experiment obligations In either silver coin or gold coin. last session of the United Stales senate and on tho part of the United States alone ot free Interest-bearin- g We are opposed to tbe issuing of now pending In tho house relative to contempt silver coinage and a change of tho existing bonds of tbe United States In time of In federal courts and providing for trials by standard ot value Independently of the action peace, and condemn the trafficking with bankjury In certain esses ot contempt of the other great nations would not only iming syndicates which. In exchange for bonds No discrimination should be indulged In by peril our finances, but would retard or entireand at an enormous profit to themselves, suptbe government of the United Stales In favor ly prevent the establishment ot international ply tbe federal treasury with gold to maintain of anv of its debtors. Wo approvo of the reto which tbe efforts of the govcongress to pass the ernment should be steadily directed. It woutd fusal ot tbe Fifty-thir- d the policy of gold monometallism. Congress alone has tbe power to coin and Pacific railroad funding bill, denounce the place this country at once upon a sliver basis, issue money, and President Jackson declared effort ot the present republican congress to impair contracts, disturb business, diminish that this power could not be delegated to cor- enact a similar measure. the purchasing power ot tbe w yes of Ubor Recognizing tbe just claim of deserving and Inflict irreparable evils upon our nation's porations or Individuals. We therefore denounce the Issuance of union soldiers, we heartily endorse the rule ot commerce and Industry. tho present commissioner ot pensions that no notes Intended to circulate as money by naamong ' Until International names shall be arbitrarily droped from the leading nations for the coinage ot silver can tional banks as In derogation ot tbe constitution and we demand that all paper which is pension roll, and tbe fact of enlistment and be secured, we favor the rigid maintenance of msde a legal tender for publio and private service should be deemed conclusive evidence tbe existing gold standard as essential to the debts, or which Is receivable for dues to the against disease and disability before enlistpreservation of our public pledges, and the ment. United States, shall be Issued by the governWe favor the admission of the territories keeping Inviolate ot our country's honor. Wo ment or the United States and shall be reInsist that all our paper and sliver currency of New Mexico. Arizona and Oklahoma deemable In coin. a p be as states, and we shall gold. kept absolutely on party Ity We bold that tariff duties should be levied Into the union democratic faTOT the early admission ot all the withparty ot The money, and Is opposed Is for purposes of revenue, should also be adto the hard justed so as to operate equally throughout territories having the necessary populatender paper money as a part of our perthe country, and not discriminate between tion and resource to entitle them tostatehood, le;al financial system, tnd we therefore famanent or section, and that taxation and while they remain territories we hold vor the gradual retirement and cancellation ot class that the officials appointed to administer the all United should be limited by the needs of the governnotes and treasury notes government of any territory together with the ment benestly and economically administered. nt such legislative provisions as will We denounce as disturbing to business the District ot Columbia and Alaska, should be under undue contraction. We demand that republican threat to restoro the McKlnley bona fide residents of the territory or district tho national credits shall bo resolutely law which has been twice condemned by tbe In which the duties are to be performed. The maintained at all times and under all circumelections people In tho national and democratic party believes In homo rule and enacted under the faise plea of thai all public lands of the United States stances." Tbe minority also feel that the report oi the protection to borne industry, proved a prolific should ba appropriated to the establishment raajc ty is defective in failing to make any of fiee homes for American citizens. breeder of trusts and monopolies, enriched economy, courage We recommend that the territory of Alaska tecognition of the tbe few at tbe expense of tho many, restricted adminand fidelity of the trade and deprived tbe producers of the great be granted a delegate in congress, and that the istration, and they present "acmocratlc declaraoffer tho following American staples of access- to their natural general land and timber laws of the United majority report tion as an amendment to the UntU the monsy question Is Stales be extended to said territory. markets. -- be Monroe doctrine, as originally declared "Wo commend the honesty, economy, co"- WM-'atl- market to our American farmers and artisans is greatly reduced by a vicious monetary system which depresses the prices of their products below tho cost of production and thus deprives them of tho means .of purchasing the products of our home manufactories, and as labor creates the wealth of tho country, we demand the passage of such laws as may be necessary to protect It in all lu rlzhts. dominated for President by the Democratic Convention at Chicago. J. BEYAN, ti r?isiif 1 1 lc5 nllnvlUiJa limSwiiS-2:r- BviiiB llPi 1 pa-s- ed si'i)M" by The amendments proposed to be offc.-e- d Senator Hill were then read, aa follows amendment: But It should be care"First fully provided by law at the eamo time that any change in the monetary standard . should not apply to existing contracts." Second amendment: "Our advocacy ot the Independent free colnago ot silver being based on the beUef that such coinage will effe:t and maintain a parity between gold and sliver at tho ratio ot 10 to 1, we declare as a pledge of our sincerity that If such free colnaso shall tall t6 effect such parity within one year from, Its enactment by law, such coinage shall thereupon be suspended." Tillman led off In the platform debate, and the sturdy South Carolina senator was given Unassuming in manner a hearty reception. and having the garb of a worklngman, he did not look the senator, but few speechen have been anticipated with more interest. The hisses by tbe gold men were drowned liy the cheers of the silver contingent. During Tillman's address he woa interrupted by calls from every part at the hull for Hill When quiet was restored Tillman said: "You had just as well understand I am going to have my say If I stay here all night" After Tillman had finished Senator Hill appeared end began speaking for the minority report He was greeted with tbe mout genuine outburst of applause yet heard in the convention. Delegates stood on chairs and Mr. waved hats, fans and handkerchiefs. Whitney rose with the rest and the sight of figure brought many to their feet. his erect Tho galleries seemed to rise as a man and the waving sea of hats, newspapers and everything at hand that could be made conspicuous rose and fell all over the hall Tho attempts of the chair to still tho tumult were unavailing, and although most of the delegates resumed their scats after several minutes ot cheering tho galleries would not be qui 31 and yelled and shouted with hoafty good will. Mr Hill began la stow and distinct tones, and finished bis address without further interruption Mr. Hill, among other things, said his mission here was to build up. not to destroy. Ho knew he addressed a cenven-tlo- n that did nol agree with all tho views he held, but ho knew they would hear him for his cause. Now York made so apolofy for South Carolina (Cheers.) She did not need It Need he remind this great convention fiat it was New York city whoso wealth had U en so decried, that had always been the Gloraltar of democracy. He asserted this afternoon In that the democratic part; stood favor ot gold and silver as the money ct tho constitution, and not for either gold or jllver alone, but differed as to the means that should be employed to attain their end One side favored the of other nations. It (Was not a question ot courage. . Mr Vilas was applauded as he was d. The resolutions of the minority were presented, he said, with a recognition that they constituted a protest against the proposed attempt at party revolution. Attor Vilas finished his speech Wra E. Russell, ot Massachusetts, was recognized by the chslr and spoke for the minority report. Bryan then took the platform to close the debate. He spoke In favor of the minority report. Mr Bryan was given arousing reception. Delegates stood on chairs and cheered for scverjl minutes. The bind played "We Won't go Homo Till Mornln,;," at the close of his speech. The official ballot on the minority report platform Is 630 nays, 303 ayes: 1 not voting This is six more than The amendment Indorsing Cleveland' i was lost. Official result. Ayes S37, nays 564. not voting and absent 9-IIill's amendment referring to existing contracts was lost on viva voce vote Hill's amendment declaring that In cue the adoption of the free coinage plank oei not maintain tho parity of silver one year attar its passage It shall be suspended, lost o& viva voce vote. Tillman withdrew his amendment denouncing Cleveland. Call of states on adoption of platform demanded by Hill The official voto Is 6:3 ayes SOI nays, 1 not voting. At 4 47 a motion to recess until 6.00 s m prevalled. Conventios Hall. Cniccco, July 10 The convention was called to or der at 8.30 p. in. by its presiding officer. Senator White, of California, who Immediately handed over the gavel to Representative Richardson, ot Tennessee, who acted as president pro tern foi tbe evening as well as during tho morning sesto-d- ay to-dintro-iducotwo-thir- the present detnoorailo tional administration." ge and fidelity of tlson 83, Pennoyer 8. Campbell 1. Russell S, Stevenson v. Tillman 17. Hill I. Teller & Absent and not voting 17a First ballot was without result, no candidate receiving a requisite vote. Indloatlons are thtt no selection will be made before several bal lots are taken. Money, of Mississippi, made tbe point ot ov der that when a delegation was Instructed to vote as a unit the majority had no right to Stifle the vote ot a delegate who desires to voto even when the majority does not Gen. Bragg made point ot order that vote of Wisconsin, under Instructions to vote as a unit, must be recorded as not voting Dockery. of Wisconsin, was recognized, took the platform and spoke for the four who claimed the right to vote. Great confusion followed Dockery's speech. Poll of Wisconsin tesultedi Not voting. SO: Bryan, 4. Finley, of Ohio, raised point of order that delegation may direct a vote but, by abstaining, have no right to prevent a vote. The chair ruled out of order a motion to give the four delegates a vote. The chair ruled that instruction was not an instruction to abstain from voting, but that the minority can not cast the vote of the entire delegation. The Ohloan then stated that 41 delegates were for McLean, one tor Bryan, one not voting, one Bland, but under th unit rule Ohio cast Its vote for 'Mo man who made this convention possible John R. McLean. The purpose of Ohio to get the individual votes of its delegation on record was not to be thus balked and a delegate challenged the vote and a poll was thus had. McLean's name being reached It was stated that he was absent but his alternate was here. The alternate's name being called he voted for McLean. South Carolina caused a surprise when the chairman announced that under Instructional her state South Carolina cast 17 votes tor DO YOU .WANT MOIER? jjj I a ii We have 'em, and the best that are made. CULTIVATORS Now's the time to use these machines. . i-i- i i vliUbliunUlU ; v. Fi H K !i g 9 3 7 II fr flMB Er C a 6 t i P leniri :rmrr-c-:r:-5y-3l i L iuchm.d, COTTON ROOT AND KEXircKY. j RUST'S DR. BHYBOYJIL 'always reliable and and rilLlS Original ' ennyroyi emaio fall and never Inlure. dress on receipt of gSTSold bv AV always ask for I)r Bait's? s by The Rust Medicine Co, St. Paul. Minn. G White. Druggist. Kiclimon.l K THE ACE J (INJECTION. 1 Cures In 1 to 4 days. lame. dlato in effect: quick to euro. Genuine & A positive preventive. Can 6e n futfo. T.f1 ...! eeSl & carried Invest poc&et,aii com Cotton Root and -- ill Pills. They never plete In one small package. Mailed ta any address on receipt ot SI -- I Mailed toauy (T lli lb n s i the gratst discovery of Don't Let The Horn Worms Destroy Your Tobacco. ft EAST BOUND !, V ba 24, Sis !1. natifix y. A The New Preventive! hand-pickin- Time Table No. In Ef- srV. JW$Sz!a. thing of the past, SENATOR STEPRLN M. WHITE, Permanent Chairman. "her honored son." Benj. TUlman.ono not voting (Hisses and cheera) Mr Marsden. ot Loulsana moved that the two-lblr- :. sion. xSs3 money-lendin- The chairman Informed the convention that roll of states would now be called, so that nominations ot candidates for the presidency should be made. Senator Vest, of Missouri, was the first delegate to ascend the platform, even be ford the call ot states had got further In the alph bet-lc- il list than the state ot Arkansas. Mr. Vest placed Hon. R. P Bland In nomination for the r. presidency of the United States. David ot Kansas, and J. R. Williams, cf Illinois, seconded the nomination ot Mr. B.and. When Georgia was called. EL T. Lewis took W. the platform and placed J. Bryan In nomination. The convertlon went wild at the first mention of Br an's name. Delegates with banners of Georgia. North Carolina. Mlohlgan, Nebraska, Lculs-lan-Mississippi and South Dakota par idea through the aisles. L, P. Kultz, of North Carolina. Geo F. Williams, of Massachusetts, and T J Krrnan, ot Louisiana, seconded Bryan's nomination. When Indiana was citlcd Senator Turple took the platform and placed in nomination Gov. Claude Mstthews, of Indiana. Trlppett. of California, followed seconding the nomination of Matthews. Hon. Fred Whlto. of Iowa, was recognized Botes. Cheers of a comto nominate paratively mild typo greeted the announcement and the Boles banner was raised Hon. John S. Rhea, ot Kentucky, will a voice almost as resonant and very closely resembling that ot the senator he nomlaitcd, presented in nomination the name of Seitor Blackburn, ot Kentucky. W. W. Foote. of California, seconded the nomination of Mr Blackburn. When Massachusetts was called the chairman of the delegation said Massachusetts had Intended to present the name of Gov. Runsell, but Mr Russell declined to run on the platform adopted. Mr. Patrick, cf Ohio, when tho namo cfbls state was called, put In nomination Mr. John K. McLean, of Cincinnati. Harrlty, ot Pennsylvania, uhen his state was called, said Pennsylvania hid no candidate at this time, but when tho mil ot states was called for the purpose of ascertaining their preferences tor candidates, Pennsylvania would express her wishes on the subOver-meyev, v. ject s pro-ve- 1 The nomination of Mr. Blabkburn was also seconded by Mr. J. W. St. Clair. When the state ot Wisconsin was celled. Gen. Bragg, the picturesque old hero, chairman of the delegation, rising on a chair It his place, said: "Wisconsin can not participate in the nomination ot any man calling hliiself a democrat upon a populist platform." (Great cheers, mingled with hisses.") One of tho delegates from the state followed. . saying that on tho part of some of the dele gates .rom Wisconsin, he desired to second tbe nomination of Joe Blackburn, ot )ea-tuck-y. Virginia being called In the roll ot states, the chairman ot the delegation stated that they had been Instructed to present the name of Hon- - John W. Daniel, but at his earneit request and instance did not do so. I - At tho close ot the call of the roll ot stites, the convention, at 12: 35 a. in., adjourned till 10 &. m., when balloting will be begun- - J.H.NEFF&CO. Main. Stpoot. WATOII SILVER. Silver is the key to the situ a tion. Its decline or rise in price (Opposite Glyndon.) regulates the price of products Country Produce Bought and grain, provisions, cotton in Sold. Highest Cash Market general. This has been true in Price Paid. every step of the fluctuating decline begun in 1873. One instance of recent occurrence marks thib ' SILVER FREE fart with much emphasis. On the If you are afraid to let your money iidjouiirmeiil of the last Congress, i( Ijt , for fear of a depreciated cur- afier repealing the silver purchase Vie future, go to D. P. il rn-tt ing clause of the Sherman law. was ARMEICSandpulit in Diamonds. necessary to reverse the panicky icliere it wiU he tafe, and at the IK' tendency of Iho markets generaljticm he U oferiwj tlwm, you vH ly, and to fchow Ib-.- this leglsla i be alle to realize a profit on iftem tioji had 'been in the direction of U mA 5 a restoration ofcvaluee? AIF that, 3 11 y H, jjj jjj jt Vi " j- gradual appreciation in the which would en&ue from the free price of silver, and as silver is the coinage of silver, confidence in lever its rise will carry values gen- business would come back. Notherally along with it, so far as pro- ing but a ripe in prices can bring seconded McLean's nomination. Muller. of ducts and commodities go. As to it back. The moment a general Oregon, presented the name of tor president The nominations vera securities in spite of many years rise sets in on a scale to indicate then closed and roll of states ordered. jl Mr. Smith, of Ohio, announced the deata of of false teaching, the investing it has come to stay money will Frank Q. Hurd, ot Ohlo-iThe result of tho first ballot as offlcJMIy class would quickly discount the come out ofall the hoarding announced Is Bland 23S, Boles - Mattlcws fact that securities must advance places created during a quarter ot 37, McLean 54. Brvan 119. Blackburn 81. pt-with a renewal and enlargement a century, and will tlow in from ROUGH 0T HIM. we can quit "reorganizing" and of trade. other conntries, to get into busigo to constructing. I.. An Ohio clergyman sueg foradivoref Failing prices for over twenty ness based on ning prices. Watch silver New York 1 lily na tba ground that his wife filled hicJ yeara have locked up money by Rising priced in money lock-'u- p .News Sunday ehoes full of water and tore hplefi destroying confidence in moi.ey ai.d destroy confident e in In h&f Sunday coat to keep. Mm frr; t There has been no lack of Ef&ing prices in pro biibines&. preaclurig. "WoarBefc told whether ojj a cnararier unlock - The. Rail way. Gazette reports raaway noFiiw preHcmg w in our money, Jbut falling dupts -- .and commodities for the firs. jiSKjnjear tit to ioMtifythest; benks paeawares on tbl mean inevitable Itfss, antl mtirwv' and TiiiT 7riii'iilAix in .. . . prices ' v"'av..-.'- . t VVI m'tlie Unit4,9fctCnt WMS.01 1 wiHi.vr wtiK-- "t jMng oi i(L ' : at i"il. - . &, :..- ,'L j. Re fRTK Ix ., i r1!. Imici conndaH8eJinisfe3 and s&nula(e-iteWrehilv ww -' ..riw a .iii('f4 , -- . . wii course, rdi!troy IU1 it W1V. mi i fit. tr- - jiii sr. hh ,iaKBrw iw . i t travesy,TOsse-b- y tttecoi? .z? f'B tlsiaj' prices Mpig'fcf ft 'tlt&wBfaGluiiibe auaiWBbUQseiWjtU ' With ? general Ujse m Bce! M&e. - . be v. Ipen-noy- er was necessary to effect a rise was to move up the price of silver. Silver is the bottom to be pushed. The rest follow. Silver was advanced several pence per ounce. A refreshing boom in prices of stock, bonds, grain, cotton and products and commodities generally followed. The rise held and progressed so long as silver was manipulated upward. When the foreign finger was taken off the silver button down went silver and securities, crops, products in.a word, trade a1?d commodities relapsed into the old ruts. m earn- !i With a silver, battle, on . Convention iia.u Chicago. July 10. Chairman White called the convention t) order at 11 a. to. Friday. Rev. Dr. A. Green, of j Cedar Rapids, la., offered prayer. Mr Harrlty, of Pennsylvania, on being recognized by the chair, said that In obedience to Instructions Pennsylvania presented the namo ot Robert E. Pattlson for president Mr Mattlngly, of the District of Columbia, ) 85- rule be abrogated. Not entortaln-e- d by the chair and a "second ballot ordered. Official result second ballot. Bland SS3. Boles 1. Matthews S3. McLean 53. Bryan 100. Blackburn 41. Pattlson 100. Stevenson 10, 8, Teller 8. Hill L Not votlrg 102. Official Bland 91, Boles 86, ?trd ballot Matthews 34, iloLcan 51 Bryan 210, Blackburn 27, Pottlson 97, StoPT'on 8, Hill 1, not votlmi -. 16 Total 93a A fourth roll call was and resulted as follows NjL She thenan1 o. Bryan 241. Boles 33, Matthews 3'. v 230. Blackburn 57. f.LyK W. Stevenson 8, Hill 1. Total B30. Necessary to oholce 53L While the fifth ballot was being ordered a demonstration took place In favor of Bryan. Eighteen state signs were carried to the Nebraska delegation amkl tumultuous cheers, which lasted for several minutes Then a procession was started and tho standards of 1 states and territories were borne around tho hall amid a perfect tornado of cheering After order had been partially restored the chair announced that of the number of votes given was necessary to make a nominaot the total vote of tion, and net the convention. While the fifth ballot was going on Gov. Stone, of Missouri, was recognized by the chair Ho read a note from Hon. R P. Bland, withdrawing his name In favor ot Bryan. This nominates the latter Tho vote was us follows: Bland 105, Boles 23, Matthews 81. McLean 0, Bryan 500, Turple 1, Pattlson 05, Stevenson 4 Hill 1. not voting 1- 6Note The above Is the fifth official ballot as announced, changes were made thereafter giving Bryan more than tho necessary 512 votes. Senator Turple. of Indiana, moved the nomination ot Bryan be made unanimous. Ayes had it Many noes were heard. Recess taken until 8 p. m. Cohvekiiok Hall, Chicago. July 11. Chairman White called the convention to order at 8 66 p. m. At 9.05 Gov. Stone moved to adjourn until It noon, Saturday. Henry, ot Mississippi, moved to amend by changing the time to 10 a. m. Stone accepted the amendment The motion , was put and carried. Convention Hall, Chicago, July . At 11 a. m. Chairman White rapped for order. Mr. Harrlty, of Pennsylvania, was recognized by tho chair and announced that the national committee would meet at 3 p. m. The convention proceeded to business without prayer. The roll of states for vice president was done away with. O'Sulllvan, ot Massachusetts, took the platform to namo George Fred Williams tor Mr Marston. of Louisvice president. iana, named John R, McLean. Msloney, ot Washington state, nominated Hamilton Lewis J. H. Curry, of North Carolina, placed the name of Judge Clarke, ot the suptet--a Congressman Tom court. In nomination. Johnson, ot Ohio, nominated Geo. W. Fethian, Hon. N. A Miller, of Oregon, ot Illinois. Pennoyer. Wm. R. Burke, nominated California, named Arthur Sewall. ot Maine. ot Shewalter, of Missouri, presented tbe name ot Joseph C Sibley- - ot Pennsylvania. C S. Thomas, of Colorado, seconded the nomination of Arthur Sewall. of Maine O. W. Powers, ot Utah, nominated Senator John W Daniel, ot Virginia, but the name was afterward withdrawn. F. P. Morris, of Illinois, seconded the nomination of Sibley, of Pennsylvania. Ulric Sloan, ot Ohio, w thdrew tie name cf John R. McLean. Congressman Fithlan, ot Illinois, stated that Ha he was nol a candidate tor vice preside- -seaonded the nomination ot Sibley. John Scott, ot Maine, seconded Sewall. The chair read the names already before the convention: Williams, McLean, Lewis, Clark. Fithlan, Pennoyer. Sowall and Sibley, and the balloting began. The ballot resulted as follows: Sewall 100, Boies 20, Williams (Masa) 76 Harrlty 21, Bland 6 Teller 1, White 1, Blackburn 20, Sibley 163, McLean lit, Fithlan 1. Low's 11. Clark 50. Daniel 11. Williams (I1L) S While the vote was being tooted ap, tho leaders ot a number ot the delegations got together and tried to get the convention to unite on Bland. Mr. Botes' name was withdrawn by Van Wagenen, of Iowa. Official result of second ballot: Bland 294. Sibley 113, McLean 158, Clark a. Pattlson 1. ScwaU 37, Williams, ot Massachu setts, 16. Harrlty 21. Williams, of Hllnola. 13. not voting 255. Necessary to a choice 45 Total vote 93a The third ballot resulted as follows: Pattlson t. Daniel 6. Bland 255, McLean 20, Sewall 15, 97, Sibley 19, Williams, of Massachusetts. Clark - Total cast C75. Absent or not voting 2o5. Necessary to choice 450. After the third ballot Gov Stone withdrew tho name of Bland. Ke read a telegram from the Mlssourlan declining to run. Tbe fourth ballot was taken with no result. Official result ot fourth, ballot: McLean 296. sowall 261. Pattlson I, Daniel 54, Clark 46, Williams 9, Harrlty 1L Not voting 252. Tot-v- l cast. 678L Necessary to choice, 4- 5Buiajstin Dispatch Just read from John R McLean saying: "Any vote cast for me for is agaln3t my express wish." Bulletin Arthur Sewall, ot Maine, received ' the Nomination on the fifth ballot Pen-uujer "-two-thlrtwo-thir- ds Ex-Go- v. -2nt substantiated. Sot onl is the labor and worry saved but the farmer gets a greater number of pounds of tobacco and a better quality by the nse of "X. fe. J." No apparatus is needed save a 10c sifter. The proprietors proivoe to give free of covr, under certain and reasonable conditions, several hundred boxeb of the compound (each bot enough for one acre), and tobacco growers would do ell to w rite the Companj at once for particulars. va 12 of tobacco worms is a if tne claims of tiie "N S. J." Co., Richmond, Va., be true and their claims seem to be well g fect May 12, 1895. 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. No. 1 1 No. 3. Mo. a. Mor Ex ShbIEi Su Ex -- aaiExSan. A. 11 Versaille- sXKho4asTiHe. Valley View. Million ..- -.. Richmond- -. Union Moberly . . Panola. . M. r k. 7S S 12 -- I xx 47 S 6 40 7 35 K. M. 8 S3 19 13 IBB XI t 1 30 M. ; xi 13 X is a 12 z 3 lirassnekl. 12 31 s? x5 Irvine. ... . u 4u 12 WESTBOUND Ex SualEx Irvine r.rI v. 1 .. . SJx Swr. M. -4 S . r- - r J- ;SA. , , - f M. t to 54 M. J J Go Bird --- Brassfield Moberly 43 23 Million . Valley View Union... Richmond . .. 2 to 6 05 6 20 7 50 4 4 5 4o 3 00 3 4 2 lE 2 30 SIS joo S30 xl m S5 oji yy !. See... ...the TWo $ Jones & Jem. READY TO r. Trams between LesisviHe awt Vcrs-iH- es day. Trains between Chklbb.ii and djily. AH trains cofeix-.Sovt'e- ra to and from LoisvHIe7--3jS- ke . N.O.ftT P. to and from Cincixuiati. You can spend five hoars in LotmviM.BMe MX hours in Ciicnnnaii 1 hoars a f., and return to Richmond at 3:p. at lor throi i rates . .1 hrr tn fotimti ip any ticket ent or a lre tv Nit-t-m- t-'i w- o-- 1 ,.... SUPPLY THE TRADE Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond is now running, and wo are prepared to till order3 for twist of the L. & N. E. K. C. DIVISION. In Effect March I, LV. A. M. -- JR. iif ISOS. I NORTH BOUND. Express L'aris. "Pride "D. If, oi Metail," If 0 " ui lair chants. 40 oi Jm" 0 Ross, Brands, three grades. "We can save you money. Send us a trial order, jou lull Espebe glad with our products. cially pleased to hear from country mer- mail. 7JS3 Cincinnati, Paris'. .Mavs- P. M. ville, tuicliester and 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 Livingston. London. Jul- 1.10 hco, Pinenlle. 1255 Fast line for LivinMrfnn. a. x. 11.43 London, JeHico.KnoxviiieJ SIS A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati p. n. 5 3.19. for Ciiieimi, AViaJ Mavsvilt and LexinsrtOH I. AXY X. White Wanted-f- ln p. ii. 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IIOOD, agent other agents. For additional informttion, inquire of at Richmond, or of is specified. not stop where no time -- pb S5- - f IT T8GKLEG YOU THE INSTANT RELIEF too SET FS0H LIGHTNING HOT DROPS Colic. Cramps, Dlarrnaa.Flnx. Cholera, CUBES Morbus, Nausea, Changes of Water, etc. H EALS Cuts, Burns, SMELLS GOOD, TASTES GOOD. DOES GOOD Every Sold Enerrahers Braises. Scratches, Bites of Animals. Serpents, Begs, etc BREAKS UP Bad Colds. La. Grippe. Infloet--a. Croup, Sore Throat, etc a4 oae HERB MEDICINE CO. w Bixa oonUlna two at 26c and 60c Per Bott'e. ftf times u mac No Relief. No Pay. tMUla- aa Tim. SPRINGFIELD, O. Madison Monumental Works. MAKUFACTUltEltASD DEALER .Fonlgi Tombs, - ud - Amtrleu - MuUs MONUMENTS AND 6R5NITE Tablets, Headstoxes, Urxs, WOHK ' FINS IjP t.r-jj- k Etc SPECIALTY -- bu.-ines- s. I conli-denc- o oii-au- n Your Trade So citP(l..J Work delivered to any part of tlu. . , vitivf . r.jm- - - -tiiu jui r:&-- j --L V -, r - rr- : con-truqti- on Erices-- -- 1 727-mile- 1!- s u -- f -- -- w. v.,-- -- "-- II-"- . r- -- ief .., VW cr iakJWh tawnewiv - "Ifr S iEy. ,eQi 1- f - -.- - s"n 3' T ' -- 1 w -- v & iara Jennings Bryan, of Lincoln, Nebraska, by odds the 6troDgcet man in tbe ' S ! " convention. It is evident that a majoriPtTBUSUED EVEKV WEDNESDAT BY ty of the delegates went to Chicago expecting to vote for other candidates, Co. but when they heard his magnetic and powerful speech tliey flocked to him, PKR YEAR, $1.50. and the fifth ballot only was necessary PRICE question. The Climax L25 to decide the IN ADVANCE, purposes publishing the speech in full, next week, as the columns are already 1896. WEDNESDAY. JULY 15. crowded with convention matter, this week. ADVERTISING RATES. Mr. Bryan was born at Salem, Illinois, en -M O O O in I860, and is therefore only 38 years o rr s o 2 He graduated with the highest old. T honors of his class at Illinois College, I" S I S 2 SPACE. -- THE CLIMAX. The Climax Printing - 3 i : : 1 r :r :s : : r " - : : ? Jacksonville, 1S81, and attended Union Inch 2 3 4 5 J 2?'CeIj JiCl l C0& Inches, x 75 2 50 Inches. 2 50 3 50 Inches. 3 ooj 410 Inches. 350 500 ol 400 600 S t ) ioo i 5o)? 5oSn5$ 00 ix 00 so (12 17 CO 00 IP 00 iioo 23 28 34 600 900 1800 270c 40 9 00 13 00 27 00 40 00 60 17 73 34 50 50 00 So X5 COi 22 50 42 or 60 OO 200 7 3 5 00 10 00 X5 00 6 oo 12 on 19 00 7 50 15 00 23 00 50 25 73 SO CO 00 00 00 WReading notices 10 cents a line (or first Insertion, s cents a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, revolutions of respect and similar matter at half rates. No specified position. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR I'UESIDEXT, WM. J. BRYN, of Nebrasba. FOR VICE PKESIDEXT, AUTHUR SEWELL, of Maine. FOK JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. College of Law, Chicago, being at the time associated with the distinguished Lyman Trumbull. In 18S7, removed to Lincoln, Nebraska, and entered uon the practice of law. Never held an elective office until he became a mem ber of the 52d Congress and was reelected to the 53d, as a Democrat defeating his Republican apponent in a Republican district, as well as a Prohibitionist and a Populist. No cleaner, .purer record than that of Mr. Bryan can be found. He is a man of the people and for the people; he is in earnest; and the people of his counDemocrats, Poputry, the North-wes- t, lists and Republicans, are tor him. He will carry ten Republican States with 34 electorial votes. Mr. Sewell, of Maine, tbe nominee for is said to be a good man, and should command some eastern Vice-Preside- strength. SUEKMAX DIDN'T MEAN IT. W. S. PRYOR, of Henry County. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT-FO- H X Clorence Johnson killed r hen hawk last week, measuring 3ft 7 inches from Pkyor Fokee, of Shelby county, is a tip to tip of wings and, and 2 feet from candidate for Congress, to represent beak to tip of tail. the Sth district, subject to the action of Dan Click, of Jackson county, shipped the Democratic party. A PROMISED REPUBLICAN FRAUD. 55 Racks of wool from this point to Mays-villIons B. TiiOMi'SON. of Mercer, isa canTenn., last week to be manufactdidate for Concrervs, to represent the Sth Bland-AllisoDistrict, subject to the action of the In 1878 five years after the demone- ured into clothing for various parties. we will watch him he will tell. Our public school will begin next tization of silver the Congress of the Democratic party. That the first thing, he goes about ; is to Moudaj. Win. Wagers teacher. vote iu a United States by a make himself a cell, Wattekox cables from Geneva to Democratic HouBe and a three-fourth- s The passengers on the visiting train And then he is taught ; by the God of tbe CouritTJourna! that "Another Demvote in a Republican Senate, adopted the here Monday, got to see the town from this land. ocratic ticket is our only hope," but following preamble and resolution intro- "eend to eend." To gather some honey ; according to a then you know, that Swisb lake water no mind could conceive. Notwithstand- duced in the Senate by Stanley Matthews t t t very skillful plan. is apt to confuse the ideas of a man ing the unlimited character of this coin- of Ohio: Now when he has taken it; and put WACO. who has been drinking Ohio River age act from one point of view and the 'Whereas, By the act entitled 'An act it away, water. knowledge at all times that these stand- to strengthen the public credit' apMr. A. W. Griustead opened the Bob-tow- n (He goes fast asleep; in a comatose state ard bilver dollars were a legal tender for proved Mach 18, I860, it was provided school Monday. Through the cold days of wiuter ; he A few weeks aj;o it was almost an in- all dues and demands, and especially by and declared that the faith ot the United Misses Pattie and Madge Wilson have does silently wail), to call him a gold resolutions of both branches of Congraa States was thereby solemnly pledged to sult to a Denim-ra- t home from Lexington, where Until God warms the atmosphere; with man, especially if eo addressed b3a friend made a legal tender tor the purpose of the payment in coin, or its equivalent, of returned they attended Chautauqua. lengtheded spring day. totilver. Now the cognomen is accept- paying off the bonded indebtedness of the all the interest-bearin- g obligations of the Mr. R. O. Lackey, of this place, joined uiTcn&e. and such admit they United States, no disparity was brought ed uithtHit Now for fear somebody; will think I except in cases where United States, a crowd from Kingston to 'Mallory last weiefcingle Mandard men all the time about between gold and silver money. seem long. the law authorizing the issue of such ob- Saturday. No sound mouev delusion now. I will now proceed ; telling my meaning disThere was however a considerable ligations had expressly provided that the Miss Lucy Downey, of Paris, is spendiu song. parity between the two metals that went same might be made in lawful money or COLD WLATHEU. ing the summer with her aunt, Mrs. G. I'll give another illustration; that to make the dollars comparing the le other currency than gold and silver, and W. Stockton. wont Le very long. gal ratio with the commercial ratio. Whereas, All the bonds of the United Thecold weather last Wednesday was Misses Susie Tate and Pearl Deather-ag- e And try to show to you; that I was not Senator Sherman believed that by law States authoried to be issued by the act ad' he could create a prolwWy due to the grand freeze-overy wrong. visited Miss Ida Tate, of Lexington, great market for silver entitled 'An act to authorize the refundHmii-Uto tliejiuld bugs by thesilver-Jt- e by making the Government of the Uuited ing Now let us go out ; into the country during the Chautauqua. of the national debt,' approved July at the Chicago convention. But that States a competitor against those who 14, 1870, w ide. by the terms of said act were Mr. Jas. Lackey and wife, of Blue is Jill over now. Come on boys, and might want silver in the arts. And see it n old farmer; on a steep hilldeclared to be redeemable in coin of the Glass, visited relatives here last week. .support Brvan. side. His great object was to increase the then present standing value, bearing inMr. James Dykes and daughters visNow why does ho labor; so early aud market or commercial price of silver, but terest payable y in such ited Mr. and Mrs. Lackey last week WOULD HELP BUYAX. late. his scheme failed and he so admitted. coin; and Mrs. T. T. Covington, ot Richmond, If not to get something; to put on his It remained for others to construe his "Whereas, All bond6 of the United is visiting friends aud relatives here this The Courier Journal is kicking like act to go beyoud the metals and apply plate. Stiles authorized to be issued under the week a Texas steer, about the Chicago nom- it to a mantainance of the parity of the Now if the finances were not; so unact entitled 'An act to provide for the reination, and would like to have a Dem- dollars. Mr. Mike Garrigan, of Cincinnati, certain in this world. sumption of specie payments,' apnominee. Let He might obtain something else; for his ocratic Courier-JournSo soon as that construction was given proved January 14, 1875, are required O., was here last week. boy or his girl. it come, it would only strengthen the to the law, our troubles began. Mr- - Curry Tunis Brown, of Lexington, to be of the description of bonds of the cause of Bryan by catching only such But count all his licks; as he labors Never before in the history of the Re United StatesgScrfbed in the said act of made his usual trip through here last Democrats a& would vote for McKinley. public, has any administration sold bonds aud toils. Conajiqapproved July 14, 1870, entitled week. or made any other effort to maintain - ction and refunding ofj Dr. Dave Hogan dentist, has opened And the proof of them sticks as the HOLY WRIT. authorize the sweat out he boils . parity of its money. 1 an office over C. L. Searcy's store to prac'debt; and Now out of his labors; let them be un me contrary, we nave two prece of" the passage "Whereas, At trie date tice his profession in our midst If mankind would only be guided by few or many, Bible teachings on miiey subjects, to dents, when the metals were at a dis of said act of Congress last aforesaid, t, Mr. W. Q. Covington will leave next The result will finally end, in one; if the 14th day of July, 1870, the coin week for a visit to friends unit relatives come exteinVat'IXST many evils which parity and all obligations were met with it ever ends in any. any money on nana without regard of the United States of standard value of in "beset iisTHSw inijditbeaverted. The fears Indiana. Now see a young merchant ; start out the metals from that date included silver dollars of the by divers persons is that we the disparity in a&prej-ed Mr. Sules and family are stopping in your town. weight of 412 grains each, declared by have too much gold and which the two moneys were made. nHin He gets up quite early, washes, dresses, No inconvenience followed from this the act approved January 18, 1837, en- with Mrs. Allen Embry this week. recejye bilver should and conies down. Miss Minnie Masterson of Lexington titled 'An act supplementary to the act gold. practice. recognition as same the Opens bis doors; invites his custoTiie The inot prosperous and peaceful reign iUKli(-y- Democratic party has declared as entitled 'An act establishing a mint and who has been visiting friends here, left , mers in, to meet any and all obligations regulating the coins of the United States foi home Monday. of the Jewish Kings was that of Solo-nmt- l. And tries to find something; the size of in accordance with its promise in coiu to be legal tender of payments, accordIt is lecorded in Second ChronMr. and Mrs. Jesse Dykes spent Sunthir tin. icles. 1st Chapter, that God appeared to gold or silver from either stock on hand. ing to their nominal value, for any sums day with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Benton. And after he has labored ; and worked What has been the result from a vio- whatever;' therefore Sdo---Hand said: "Ask what 1 sliall quite a while Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Searcy entertained ? "Resolved, By the Senate (the House wisdom, lation of the give thte " Soluiimii aske 1 bonded interest of Representatives concurring therein), the following Sunday in honor of Mr. He marries him a wife; and they raise We have upon us a and one of the first thiugs performed as up a child. to $2C.,,000.000. that all the bonds of the Uuited States and Mrs. R. C. H Covington of Richamounting an act of wisdom is recorded in verbe 15 debt Take all his labor, as you follow him, Business stagnation.- - Idle and hungry issued, or authorized to be issued, under mond. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Covington, of the chapterabove. 'and the kinguiade from sun to sun Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Covington, Mr. and silver andgold at Jerusalem as plenteous laliorers, children ragged and crying for the said acts of Congress hereinbefore bread, and fathers unable to clothe and recited, are payable principle and inter- Airs. M. C. Covington, Mr. and Mrs. T. And don't every object; of his life reas stone" It is unreasonable to claim sult in unum. est, at the option of the Government of T. Covington, Misses Bessie, Mary, Lou, that this country could have too much feed them. Now I think this will do ; so I'll begin As Turner, from Georgia, said in Conthe United States, in 6ilver dollars, of the Katherine and Tommies Cole, Margarette money, either gold or bilver; just as quit. Covington, Lizzie II isle, and Clara Sules much so as to &ay a man can have too gress, February 14, 189G: "The people coinage of the United States, containing and bunkers are deaf to patriotic con- 412 grains each of standard silver, and and Messrs. Willis Hisle J. W. and "Kit" For fear some one ain't satisfied; I'll much air. give one more hit. siderations." that to restore to ita coinage such silver Covington and Dr. C E. Poyntz. Now many people go to the polls ; of The Republican party has deceased in coins as a legal tender iu payment of said FOK liKYAN. THE WEST i11 many different kinds. favor of this new J way- - -- this latter plan. bonds, principle aud interest, is not in BEREA. The polls are closed, they count it up ; ''My couutrymeu ! my couutrymen !" violation of the pnblic faitn, nor in dego-gatio-n From the adjournment of the St Louis Ain't the report, a unum fine. of the rights of the public credconvention to the assembling of the can you help them continue this state of Mr. Lewis A. Davis has accepted a Now in this conversation ; with roy Chicjigo comemiou, the Denver News affairs ? itor." position in the Post Office under Mr. frieud aud me. This was an explicit an authoritative Young. No better "selection could have lost no time in presenting arguments to He 6iiid I'd given the meaning, of two was the only man who SILVER REPUBLICAN MANIFESTO. construction of both Houses of Congress been made. fahow that Teller words; instead of these three. to the contract contained in the bonds of could De nominated at Chicago with any Everybody is for free Bilver down here Now my kind friend ; its uothing of hope of election. Fear was expressed by IT IS ADDRESSED TO THE REPUBLICANS OF the United States issued up to that time. now. that kind, MINNESOTA. Every bond issued since then has been many that the Populists meant to op Blackberries still continue tojbe shipp The mistake is with you ; as I will now pose the Chicago nominee and nomissued in the same form, and has the define, St. Paul, Minn., July 2 The most declaration on its face that it is issued ed from this place in large quantities, inate Senator Teller at tbe Populist conThe one that I have given ; is the meat St. Louis on the 22ud. But sensational manifesto in Minnesota's under the act which makes bonds revention at Mr. W. D. Candee continues to handle near the bone. the tone of the News, the Populist's u history was that issued this afternoon by deemable in coin, either of gold or silver, the types in the college printing office As you hear among the people ; in that of the Rockies, dot's not indicate the silver Republicans who refuse to of the standard value of July 14, 1870, a and do job work for the merchants. quiet undertone. such purpose since the Chicago conven- support McKinley for President, Clongh date three years prior to the demonetiza We welcome our former County Judge A few days before; they assemble at for Governor, or any of the Republican tion of silver. From that date to this, tion. It says of Bryan: the tolls. "Every silver voter, w hatever his party, candidates for Congress. The promi- every purchaser of the United States to the Editorial tripod, and know that henceforth struggle to bring sil- nence of the men signing it attracts bonds not only has notice, printed upon he will grace the sanctum with as much To try to make up : these much looked should for rolls. ver's lorces into a united, compact, ag- widespread attention. Among the num- his bond, that he can not decide for him- dignity as he did the Bench and with The other is the; anvil, and gun, and gressive body. The convention of tbe ber are Lieutenant Governor Frank A. self whether he shall be paid in gold or his long whiskers he will need no blotterrible shout, People's party at St. louis can make Day, Congressman Charles A. Towne, in silver, but that he wilL receive which- ter to wipe the ink from the besmirched John Lind and several ever is most convenient for the Govern- editorials which he may write on the all That calls everybody in ; to help hollow Brvan's election faure by making him it it out, nominee; and in doing this it will State Senators. The address is issued ment. In addition to the notice printed important silver question. We shall This is that terrible bustle, hustle and organization and wiu the to the Republicans of Minnesota, and upon his bond, every bondholder has eagerly look for the paper with much strengthen its cry. confidence and aiTectiou of the masses says: had the foregoing preamble and resolu- anticipation of "good things" from his greatest issue which has arisen tion of Congress to teach him how false falcon. For with "Tip"' to guide the That they talk about; in labor; as Vox "The of the people." Pojtuli. in this country since the abolition of and fraudulent are the promises made sheet locally we know she will meet a Now my kind friend, when you start FOK USANCE WILL BE LOWERED. African slavery now confronts an Ameri to him in newspapers and by Pres- smooth sea. aud reach a safe harbor. out to hunt a fool, can people. The common people have idents and Secretaries of the Treasury Your "car" did not have time to reach How like a fawning publican he looks; viewed with increasing alarm the effort that 6hall be paid in gold. This notice has Chicago, but the thing went off all right Be certain you don't go into old Jefferson's school. of a foreign money aristocracy to fasten been standing for eighteen years. No anvhow "let her go as she looks." I hate him, for he is a Christian; And especially one, who for nine long upon this nation the single gold standard gold monometallist has dared to offer a But more, forthat, in low simplicity, The new Baptist Congregation here, of He lends out money gratis aud brings of value. In the past they turned with resolution to rescind it Mr. Cleveland yeais h.ul the best thought which Rev. H. L. McMurray is pastor, Of old Col. Dejarnelt; as lie lay by his down the inspiration of faith to the Republi and the Morgan syndicate themselves side and hv him was taught The rate. of usance here with us in Ve- can party for protection against that bore testimony that the bonds were not ordained two preachers Sanday, one an Here is tho lesson ; that 1 learned by nice. power which seeks to strike down one-- payable in gold when they beset Con- Englishman, from the city of Loudon. his rule. Shylock, in Merchant of Venice. half the redemption money of the world gress last year and the year before to Mr. Golden, our blacksmith has been that the other naif may purchase double pass a law making them payable in gold. confined to his home with a sore foot for Which I got second handed ; from Jefferson's school. Old Shylock was a grasping money-lendin- g the amount of products of toil. They It will be remembered that iklr Cleve- two or three weeks. He is a great sufJew, and by a sharp trade gained had a right to expect such protection. land lectured Congress severely on this ferer. That by our silver dollar; if you want advantage over Antonio, a ncJi mer The Republican party was born of the subject, and plainly declared that the to count it right. Mr. Jas. Barclavf who lives near Pilot chant, but a friend to the poor of Venice. common people. Its mission has been reason he could riot sell the bonds at a Knob, has been veryill for several days The copper and the gold; must Le left The forfeiture Antonio had to make was to dignify labor, to secure to him who higher price was because they were not with nervous prostration. He has .out of sight the x And the old silver dollar; must be put a pound of flesh, which Shylock was toils in the field or mine the jnst fiuits payable in gold. An effort to make them sympathy of the entire community in proceeding to cut from the breast, just of honest labor. From the day of the payable in gold was defeated in Congress. in the middle. J" his aillction and all hope him a speedy And all other above the heart, and would have party's birth until the present time no metals; must play second It remained for the National Republi- recovery. carried into eflect had it not been for article of Republican faith has been can Convention of 1896 to pledge itself to Fiddle Mr. and Mrs. James Hurt have gone to Now here is the way he counted it up, Portia. The same spirit seems to now more pronounced than the belief in tbe alteration of this contract between By littles, aud littles ; he put it iu a cup. prevade the ranks of tbe"sound monov'" bimetallism. It has been written in its the government and the money lenders. Illinois on a visit. advocates or gold bugs. They arp in the platforms paid taught by all its great All these nickelf, qunrjers, halves and Enquirer, June 27. '96. Berea Lodge had a called meeting Frimajority and hold the hoarded gold of leaders. In national convention in 18S8 dimes. day night and conferred the sublime deShall ll Come This Way? the country. Rather than relinquish it condemned 'the policy of the Demogree of Master Maaon on Mr. Pitman He would exchange them for dollars at Paris is to have a grocery war, be- Benge. their point, which will redound to the cratic administration in its efforts to de6orae other time. they will cut the monetize silver.' good of the ma-wecause a Lexington firm has Opened a cut-priHe would add it all t6gelher, and put Severe) rowdy drunkards called at Mr. grocery. The Paris .Kentuckian-Citize- n p und of ilesh from the heart of starving 'In 1892 itsplatform adopted iu Minneit in his bank. Beverly Johnson's home near here last He found it very useful, to pay off says: America and bring to the grave ihe apolis it declared in favor of gold and silhis Thursday evening and alarmed his fami-lyi- n ble-di- ng CA local grocery company has been orform of American commerce. ver as standard money. In 1894 the Re- hands. a shameful manner, threatening to Should silver be placed on equal Hoo- I publican party of Minnesota reaffirmed its' ganized in this city, composed of For the improvement ; and cultivation ting with gold, they fear ''rate of usance belief in bimetalism and that tbe restoramerchants worth over $350,000r for the kill him. When two or three shot guns of his Lands ! here with ns" will be loweied. tion of silver as ultimato money to the purpose to Bell groceries at less than were brought into use they beat a But when he wanted . to go out; among men of great rank. currency world Is absolutely necessary wholesale prices, and will handle noth- speedy retreat Such conduct should AOJHXAfED TIIK STRUSliBST MAJTlN for business prosperity,-properate ofj ing but standard goods of the best qual be severely punished Iwitb the extent of He'd look up his account; and have i T11U CONVENTION. ity. The business will be conducted on the law. wages and the welfare of the people.' it all told. . . Camp meeting will be held Aud they'd hand liiinout; some money every Republican State Coa-- , 8 eonud, honest bam, IU to 1(16 ounces Slate Lick "Nearly The National -- . l;ank;ita or ciiitl !- 11!;' (&1& ntion in 1804 condemned, either id Jw every - pound), f Gold or ttlver taken in August this vear k) fcbTaeth instead , .,it par value. .,at .Chicago, last nm tenet' or by implication, tkel .if-t f r,-. Vi . M .u j A c ; - k ' H3 -- -' CONGRESS). e, two-thirds ut semi-annuallal It is extremely doubtful if it ever en tered the mind of Senator Sherman, that the law offered by him in 1890, known as the Sherman purchasing act would over be construed as it is. There was no question then as to the parity of any of the coined dollars of the United States. We were then coin ing standard silver dollars by virtue of n act, limited it is true, the with a minimum and maximum per mouth, but unlimited as to time. When the amount would end or the extent of the volume of silver standard money that would be created under it single gold standard. James G. Blaine well expressed the belief of the Republican party when he declared : "I believe the struggle now going on in this country and in other countries for a single gold standard would, if successful produce, widespread disaster in and tSiroughout the commercial world "Tbe action of the National Republican Convention at St. Louis has repudiated this fundamental doctrine of our party. The single gold standard has been indorsed. The Republican party no longer sfands for both gold and silver as primary money, but for gold only. We cannot accept the new faith and we will hold steadfastly to the old. The policy of gold monometalism means prolonged and intensified depression and an endless and hopeless era of falling prices for our farmers and other producers; continued uncertainty of employment for our workmgmen, with lessening wages following the fall in prices of the products of labor; discouragement of all enterprises and in the end universal bankruptcy and gravitation of all money into the hands of money brokers. It means the obliteration of the great middle class, the yeomanry of the nation and the division of the people into the Those very rich and the very poor. Republicans who believe in the use of both gold and silver as the money of ultimate payment and their free coinage in our mints roust either submit in si lence or speak out boldly in condemnation of this policy so disastrous to the people. On matters of vital principal no man can reasonably be asked to subEvery man who mit to party dictation. places country above party and whose sympathies are with ttie producers as against the money brokers and bondholders, owes a duty to his conscience and to his country, which can only be discharged by patting forth every effort in his power that the blight-o- f the single gold standard may not be fastened upon this people." INK i OAXEAST Medicinal value In a bottle of Hood's Sars-parilti than in any other preparation. More skill is required, more can; taken, mort DELAYS!). expense incurred in its manufacture The recent rains nre very damaging to It costs the proprietor and tho dealer the crops. It hailed in some parte of the More but It costs tho consumer less, as he gets more doses for his money. locality Thursday. More curative power is secured by its peculiar Mrs. John Black, of Mt. Sterling, is combination, proportion and process, which make it peculiar to itse'f. visiting her sister, Mrs. R L. Martin. M ore people are employed and more space ocMiss Lowrey, who bus been the guest cupied in Its Laboratory than any other. of Miss Henrietta Mitchell, has gone More wonderful cures effected and more teshome to the regret of her many friends More timonials received titan by anybyother. sales and more increase year year are reportea by druccists. 8he made while here, Hood's Sarsaiarllla More people ar takingother, todav than tnv and more nro Mrs. Phil Meighan was the guest of her taking today than ever before. grandmother, Mrs S. J. Martin, from More and more reasons might be given why you should take v More still LIVING UP TO IMPROVED MACHIN ERY. Mr. R, C. Oldknow has recently published a work on the improvement of machinery in use in modern and of the many valuable facts that he gives none seems more iinpjrtaut than those suggesting the possibility that we are reaching the point where our me chauical ingenuity will react ujkjii us. This conclusion is suppo-tt- d by a writer in the current uumber of one of the English reviews. He was recently invited to inspect an ironclad constructed for on of the South Amerkan navies. Everything was on exhibition, and the exhibition was a success until theatternpt was made to revolve the turret It re fused to remove, and after ineffectual coaxing it developed that tho only man who was thoroughly muster of its complicated mui hinery was too drunk to suaien-of-wa- r, H0T7'sThi3l We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out auy obligations made by their firin. HAVING DECIDED TO QUIT West & Toledo, O. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the sybtem. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold bv all Druggists. Tes lm timonials free. PRYOR THE MAN. Trnax. Wholesale Druggists, Wah'ing, Kinnau & Marvin, BUSINESS As soon as I can dispose of my stock of goods, I here-b- y announce that on and after this date my entire ) Saturday until Monday. Mr. B. W. Cobb has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. Wm. Martin lias returned from Sherman, Texas, whither she has been for ten mouths. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Cal East has been quite sick. Miss Harris, of Whites Station, is the guest of Miss Julia Powlctt Miss Marguerite Mitchell begins school at the Watts school house Monday morning. The patrons should be very glad that they havo secured such a couii-e-ten- t teacher. Mr. G. W. Samuels was in Cincinnati last week. ttt PANOLA. DELAYED. Eld. G. W. Walker, from Jackson coun ty, fennerly from North Carolina, will commence a series of sermons here to- night. perintend the exhibition. When the next naval war comes nations may learn that their history depends on the sobriety of a mechanic or The One True Blood Purifier. 81 per bottle. the reliability of a cog. The public is alcurc "It Liver Ills and tlOOd S FIllS Sick Headache. 25 cents. ready learning in many ways that as machinery improves it cannot be handled by unimproved men without danger. E. PLURIBUS UNUM. When the unimproved man pulls the fFOK THE CLIMAX.l wrong lever or pulls the right lever the Now my friends and neighbors; wrong way on a trolley car a dozen peoI am taken, to the tak. ple may be dashed down a grade to death. Of explaining, to my people; what And when the man who is intellectually This word, does mean, at last. improved up to the level of the I came across, the other day ; a friend of machinery is still in hisi primitive mine, at school. moral condition, the turret fails to work Said, if I did not explain my meaning; aud the battle is lost. Undoubtedly we They'd, take me, for a fool. must learn to live up to our machinery Now if the words have any meaning ; or it will be the death of us. N. Y. It is either that or this. World. Out of many one; or out of the many; Wheat. And I don't care much which, one To now begin, to explain it; wo John F. Payne, of Fayetto, finished Will take a hive of bees. delivering his wheat on Tuesday. He And if you don't think, they are many; had 70 acres and he averaged 20 bushYou just count, and 6ee. els per acre. Part of it was old corn But if you come to the conclusion : ground, anl this cut theave-ag- e down That he's not very stout very much. The best of the land proYou just carelessly feel of his tail duced 35 bushels. He sold to Laude-ma- n As you proceed to single him out. & Henderson for 52$ cents per Now don't every body know ; that if bushel. Gazette man-of-war- Hood's Sarsapariila STOCK OF DRY GOO CLOTHING, NOTIONS. FURNISHING COODS, HKTS, CKRPETS, be Capt Herndon, of Lancaster, who believed that he was very mucji in the race for Judge of the Court of Appeals and then believed just as firmly.that he wasn't in it, has finally withdrawn altogether. Judge Pryor, having no opposition within his party, has been declared the Democratic candidate, aud should win with ease oyer any man the Republicans nominate. There will be no ques tion about it if the voters will Btop to consider how eminently fitted for the position he is Mt. Vernon Eagle. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Corhected Weekly. Butter Eeg-- In fact everything in the House, must closed out regardless of price for 's 8 to 10c 7c I Chickens (live) Chickens (spring) Shet6e(live) Lard ISeeswax Ginseng Wool (No 1 ) Hurry and Cott Green hides . . . . Dry hides Feathers (new) 5loCc doz 5c lb lb ! OOASH - ONLY! .Y.'ibto'ibi No goods will be charged to any one. All 8clb 20c lb goods charged this year and previous S2.50c lb ii to 12c lb to this year is now due and must 31 to 4c lb 5 to lb be paid at once without fur. . 35c lb IO fiC ID Gc lb LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. I'Um.IMIED MAR- ther notice. This is DR. PEFFER'S QYAL-TAHS- Y PILLS eicesflro, rcant- BV GLOVER A DOBKETT, LOUIS VII.LE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Strictly Business and exactly what I say as regards my accounts and as to my stock of goods on hand. . : rc N KEW DISCOVERY. NEVEH FAILS. A ne-- reiloblt- - and eafe roljoffursup. - "sot tmed byover SO.OOO lutllea. lnTicoratea these orpruzis. lie wuro of daneerouA lmlUllwnA. Xaoio paper, ts per box, small box tL Scut fealed In plain wrapper. Send 4c in etamps for particular. oIil hj l.ioul druisl-l-oruddre- pre, or pjinrul CAL ASSOCIATION, 1'ErfeitllEUI. . CbU-uKu- IU. Sold by Richmond Drug Co G. White. and W. WEAK MEN E&ADE VlliORCUS, ( What NERVItiSB Did! It acta powerfully and quickly. Cure wh'-- nil others fall. Youn xnerr regain lost manlnxd o icn recover youthful vfcror. Atwluivlvl ur.r-rtite- vvu& "DAY. SSS.1 ,a felFflI&II r -- & S'"BAT. IS'TRY. SJDM. PEFFER'S eaaefl, and all effects of $elf abate or excesses aru indiscretion. warns on in&anuy ana Dua'tletdrupgist irapoo a worthless suhstltuia r you reano u yields a creator nrotlt. on n. in? I'KEPEK'ti KKltVIOU. or uerol for Can bo carried la vest pocket. XTepatd plain w per. tX per box, or ii for js.;, with A Arltten Uanrnntee to Cure or JCefuml 1I rilnner. Pamphlet free. Sold by ilnunrbits. Aildr li:FFlX. JkllICAl4 ASO'., Chlcaco, X' Sold by Uichinou Drug Co acd V . G t . t IN imuutencrt J!irhtIyraIs-.ioi.aeither sex. Fulllnir Memory. iVafttinir !-- toCure.errmneN, ljoatVIt .lit r, 1JI- - White Sales on our market for the week just amount to 3270 hhds. with receipts for the same period 2045 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st, to 974G1 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1S05 on our market to thw date amount to 1)2.157 hhds. There was considerable falling off in receipts ami sales on our market this week and the chief characteristic of the market for the week for hurley tobacco, has been an unusual irregularity in prices which can only be viewed as a symptom of a weaker market. The following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco 1895 crop : Trash (dark or damaged )S 1 00 to 1 50 o (VI In 4 00 Common colory trash Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 Common lugs not colory 2 00 to 4 00 4 50 to 7 00 Common colory lugs Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 5 00 S 00 to 12 00 Medium to good leaf Good to fine leaf 12 00 to 15 00 15 00 to 20 00 Select wrappery leaf The above quotations are not applica hie to green and frosted crops. lobed I mean Same It I h U YOU 1& Regardless GOODS :: Pries r THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY WHETHER STOCK NEED TO BUY NOW OR NOT AS MY IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE AND MUST BE SOLD. Yours truly, am! P. S. Fixtures for sale. m4 igrailEfmiErOTrrisra fraJTriiratlpEirrliEnpr Erg iajjl HiOraia) !5lG23 MM Erg. YtT'S to-wi- pa 1 fc OGREATI SHH t W$rtft B "V m i R '": fr i IrarTMi- W x PH SJIBi 13 T M H tJ H iftn-- Sffl pa Bfj5 ll pE3 rtiJBDj THIRTY (30) DAYS! assss sssss ;: ! ffR B H r H M 'r Hi B TAW 3 hAVM sm VflVfl VflVfl bfJ B P TUB r3 isp 11 (III 111 MfVER SALE OF SPRING CLOTHIN BONA FIDE SALE--N- or-gu- gk pE3 ll ijg ps pE3 0 FAKE! lijg ll Iral &E. pa This sale includes our entire LINE of SPEING CLOTHING consisting of all pEj sl Bp the LATEST THINGS in CASSIMERE, CHEVIOT and WORSTED SUITS in both SACK and THREE BUTTON CUTAWAYS. Also Youth's and Children's Suits. Pe lljl pa I DAW m AT HALF PRICE! room for our TALL GOODS ei-MH- S ?S3SSS&4S&SSS&SSS5 il psi "We make this sale to make Ififp i AUD -- pBJ r sjl jgjffl HH2 I ill Leodsng Tailors and Clothier l - .. i. . , 3 ' T I gaaa j--i -- ptiilBpfiWpla ZJ ratlin k 4 O - &m I 1 j 1! IjapiplSgligjsfpsrP fwwmFffiir y ISlfflS Jl-- i?5Z. I I I I I js m I '' Mike Buckley died while sitting in a I chair at the home of his daughter, Mrs. David O'Neil, this place, Saturda WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, - - 1S9G. evening. .He was 76 years old, a native of Ireland, but had lived here for -In May there was drouth ; in July a more than fifty years. Buried at Lexington, Monday. His wife died last Hood. January. Mrs. Jack Foland and Mrs Rnssell McHone died at Big Hill, Ed Keller, Paris, are daughters. last week. i sv ii ftkipb mb . 9 n w nil araa v 1mIJ VlfisfY, 1 a i I A 10 pound girl adorns the home of Jesbe Cobb, near "Waco. Dr. Hogan, dentist, Waco, is a son of the late Dr. H. W. Hogan. Judge T. J. Scott will hold a6pecial terni of the circuit court to day McKinley's first Lieutenant is an uncle of Prof. Clay Herrick, this county. Populist Committee for the Eighth District will meet at Danville i- row. Man Ann Bennett was sent to jail from Berea for Kussin out Squire Oovle's court. rains! such rains! Does the oldest man of memory recall anything like it in July? Miss Kate McKinney, of Fonl, and Mr. M. C. Shearer, of Lexington, were married on the 4th. John D. Powell, of White Hall, lost a finger or two in a cutting box, hut is getting along w ell. The fairest Lilly of the valley is a wee 'ittle Miss at Attorney Grant iLilly's recent arrival. An uncle of Mrs. tauney Clay, ltobL Hardwick, was killed at Stanton, Friday, by Asa Pettit Amos Chenault was found guilty of petit larceny List week and given a sentence of sixty days in jail. Charley Burnatn hiked by way of Lexington to Paris, 4G miles, last Friday, in three hours and a half. "While pulling weeds in his yard, this place, Boy Roberts saw a he immediately killed. was painfully injured while cettiug off the train at 4th Street Depot, Cincinnati, Tuesday. Think of it the Commissioner of Agriculture says Madison's average wheat crop is only for bushels per acre! E. S. Rowland secured part of the contract for furuishingjthe Deaf & Dumb Institute, Danville, with 25 000 bushels of coal. Conductor Matlack Laurel county is to have a fair Aug. and manager Jackson says he would like for everybody in Madison count to be present 2G-2- George E. Turner is now in charge of the quarantine btation at Cincinnati, his duty being to inspect all incoming steamers. July July One fare the lound trip to St-- Louis, 1, via L. & N., good returning 21, account of People Party Con 111-2- vention. The farmers report that the recent rains have almost ruined the wheat crops in this county; also that the hay is very much injured. Jacob Pike, the father of sixteen children, the oldest being Rev. J. A. Pike of Brodhead, died in Rockcastle county, last week. Nicholasville Journal says lock No. 6 was not damaged by the rise beyond filling the coflerdam with water, which was pumped out in a few hours. One fare round trip to Lexington aed return via L. & N. Ju ly 22 and 23, good returning until July 25, account of Convention of Republican State League of Kentucky. A juvenile base ball team from Fifth street, known as the "Neer Sweats" were defeated by the K. C. town team by a score of SO to 70, on Thursday, at the Bobtown grounds. Jake Gay, cousin of Mrs Judge this place, won the champion ship of Kentucky last week for glass-bashooting in the third annual shoot of the Kentucky Gun Club. Dr. W. T. Poynter has improved greatly the past few days and his phy sicians confidently expect his complete recovery unless something now unforeseen occurs. Shelhyville Sentinel. Capt P P. Ballard spent last week in Lexington, and while gone his faithful cook of thirteen years. lost her husband, Howard Mason, and her mother, Paulina Parks-SlatBur-nall Mill-Maso- e hick to-da- Camp Meeting. Climax is pubElsewhere in lished an advertisement of the Slate Lick Read it and attend the meeting. Camp-meetin- g. Heavy HoS. Squire J. A. Turpin, of Brookstown, sold to Wagers, Saturday, 33 hogs that weighed 12222 pounds, an average of 370.36. Price S2.95. The stock was Poland China united with Berkshire. Fair Catalogue. It is out. You can have one. It S110G in in purt.es. Here is S542C for some body, and you had just as well make your mind to come round, next week, and carry itaway. phowsOSrings and 13 races; premiums and S42G0. Resulted Fatally. Mrs. Mattie Stone, of Richmond, nee Jones, of this city, is critically ill from cancer of the stomach. Paris Kentuc-kian-Citizen. Mrs. stone died and her remains were taken to Paris. Married In Texas-Mis- s Mary Huls, late of this place, and Mr. Paul Bradley, of Abingdon, Va, were married at Sherman. Texas, July 8th, by Rev. S. W. Crutcher, assisted by Rev. 0. A. Cam The couple left at once for Abingdon. Died In Jessamine. Mrs. Kitty Bourne, mother of Mrs D. H. Mvers. this place, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Farrah, in Jessamine county, Sunday, July 12th, 18!K, sued 77 years. Buried in NichoHad been lasville cemetery, Monday. sick five, weeks. She spent most of her time in Richmond. lie st Corn in Kentucky you wish to see the finest crop of If corn in the State, drive out the Lexington pike just two miles to Harvey Chen-ault'- s farm. He has been having roasting ears for a week. Some farmers think that it will average, twenty five barrels to the acre. Another IMurtanate. Dr J. Len Harris, dentist was declared to be of unsound mind by a jnry in Judge Burnam's court, Saturday, and he was sent to the asylum at Lexington. A young lady of tlie county was sent to the asylum. last week. , Reallv it w tile unheard of record 1b hsmcv. ;; : n:. it . alat-s-iag11 a-,-- ' : 1 Stanford Journal Take Courage, Ye BaldZUead. LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK. NASHVILLE, A good man, a public-spirite- d There have been sixteen lunacy cases citizen Elsewhere in the Climax to day apin the Madison Couuty Court pinco the and a kind aud indulgent father has goue pears an advertisement of a wonderful Owing to the change in the Climax first day of January and five since June to his reward and may the.sod rest lighthair restorative put upon the market office, the putting in of machinery and T1b Ideal ColIecreHome of UieSonUs." dtr and raborbaa Ufa combined. Electric can u 27. This is a very large record for Mad- ly over him. door. Magnificent Park of M acres. Extraordinary bealthtnlneM. Xlht school Uogbt by skilled by J. W. Nelson, of Lexington. A drugother hindrances, much important local (reeialista. Diploma conferred by Schools. Stereopticon Illustration. Amateur photography. Mwlc, ison county, where thero are so many gist here is agent, and if yon want to Art and Elocution nnsnrpuwd. Elevated and ennobling InHoeneea and association. Term reuen-abl- e. matter was left over, which is hereunder College Uteratcn Handsome Illustrated book, describing BesuatlXul Belmont," and ot great men. I know how effective it is, look at the 911m Hood. eat free on application. v-j published notwithstanding some of it J 3Uaa Ileron. J Bcr.&A.Touff,D.D.X.I.D.,Besrent. agent's ambrosial locks. may be a little old. to many of our readlirjan is a Descendant of Madison. Really it is a remarkable medicine. ers: A gentleman tells us that he was at LexPersonal. DEVELOPED IXTO A RUNNER. YOUNG ington some time ago.and heard the Hon. Oratorical. Fkkr medical reference book to any Some months ago Col. J. W. Caperton, person amicti with any special, chronic or LADIES. Mifs Florrie Heath was present at The oratorical contest at Chautauqua Win. Jennings Bryan make a speech. cate disease peculiar to their sex. Aderess the J. E. Greenleaf and J. H. Boggs import He conversed with Mr. Bryan for an Chautauqua. leading physicians and surgeons of the United last week was won by Mr. Jas. 31st session opens September 10th. Unsurpassed climate. location, buildinsrs. quiptnetit States, Dr. Hathaway A Co., 79 Dearborn street. ed from Stafford, England, a blooded end health record. Elective courses. High standard of graduation. Best facilities fcr representing Georgetown college., hour, and he said that be was a descendthe stndrof Music Art. Literature. Lan&roares. Hlocution. Phvsirfll Pnlfnr RtmncmnW llK.aU. Miss Mattie Tribhlo attended Chau- hound slut She had nevei been half Dressmaking, etc Nashville offers advantages in lectures, concerts and opportunities it The second prize was awarded to Mr. ant of Win. Bryau.of Bryans Station, who tauqua last w eek. 10 he lound only tn the larger tuues. for uiuslratcd catalogue, addxesa a mile from her kennel and was the S:racticai education was a brother of Daniel u. uLAniun, rrcsiacBT, nasnvius, icon. Boone's wife, W. H. Gt'iks, of State College. Mr. R. Lightning Hot Drops Miss Julia Higgius spent several days awkwardest lookiug animal that ever L. Burton represented Central Univer- and was in the fort at Boonesborough With a better understanding of the What a Funnr Namel crossed the Atlantic. One night recentnature of the many physfiom the time of his arrival in this coun- at Chautauqua. sity. Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers "The groves were the Lords First TemVery True, but It Kills All Pain. ly she follow ed a party out on a hunt. ical ills, which vani3h before proper efty, 1775, to the time he built his fort in Prot. Charles Spraeue Smith, oi New can be applied when at home, and is uniMrs. T. J. Scott is spending a few When ples fort gentle effcrtt pleasantefforts the fox started she joiued in the rightly directed. There is comfort in Sold Everywhoro. Every Day York, Dr. John Pearson, of Cincinnati, Fajette County. formly successiul in coloring a brown or Before men ever learned to hew or days in Richmond. witlTj fourteen others, though a the knowledge, that so many forms of chase Without Relief, There Is No Par! black. We have a letter from Mr. Bryan, and Miss Bertha Vella, of Bobton, were it Cleave the architrave." Bryant. Mr. Cabell II. Chenault spent several little slow about it, being left considei-abl- y sickness are not due to any actual diswritten about two years ago. on this sub the judges. ease, but simply to a constipated condiImpoverished Blood causes that tired behind. After half an hour's hard tion of the system, which the pleasant ject, butamong ourmultiplicity of letters days at Chautauqua. A colored boy in Lincoln county was feeling Knocked Out gain. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, Miss Annie Bennett is visiting Miss running she came in half a mile "ahead family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptSlate Lick G&bi Meeting ! it cannot just now he found, but it 6hall ly removes. That is why it is the only thrown by a horse and rib broken, an enriches and vitalizes the blood, giving of the hounds." Taylor, who has been trying for several be forth coming ere long. Nuckols at Versailles. remedy with millions of families, and is end of which penetrated his lung, kill- new life and increased vigor months to secure license for selling whisand vitality. A Rare Table. With Madison's long list of illustrious Mr. Harry Blanton has returned from Near Berea, Madisoncounty everywhere esteemed so highly by all ing him in ten minutes. ky by the drink at his place of business descendants, filling many of the greatest Crab Orchard Springs. Ky , on line of L. & X R. R. Dr. O. A. Kennedy, this place, has who value good health. Its beneficial 17 miles south of Richmond, effects are due to the fact, that it is the Last summer one of our grand children Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to down about the mouth of Buifalo Fork offices, it would be well tojhavea PresMiss Kathleen Poyntz is'visiting Mrs. a parlor table of unusual merit It is one remedy which promotes internal was sick with will begin on a severe bowel trouble. operate. Cures indigestion, biliousness, of Tates Creek, was laid out again Mon- ident. fifty years old and has a spacious stone cleanliness without debilitating the Asa Bean, in Mt. Sterling. It day by Judge Buruam on the ground top and massive oak frame. The. stone organs on which it nets. It is therefore Our doctor's remedies had failed, then headache. Mrs. C. D. Chenault is enjoying a was secured by his to get Col. Craddoek's Accident. that there is no necessity for such a father from the falls all important, in order when its bene- we tried Chomberlain's Colic, Cholera Sow- - a "Woman Pali Her Deists. you pur- and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very to note ficial pleasant outing at Conway. of the Ohio at Louisville, and is highly chase, effects, iiouse. Squire Armor recently lefused Some of the papers had it that Col. that you have the genuine arti- speedy relief. We regard it as the best A lady in Lexington says : "I am out And (continue throngh Sunday, Augjst Miss Sue McRoberts of Danville, is polished. In fact few persons would cle, which is manuittured by the Calithe liceiibc while acting County Judge, Craddock was hurt in the break dow n of of debt; and thanks to the Dishwasher 30. 18S16. Preaching by Rev. Geo. Stuurt, a the guest of Miss Julia Higgins. of Tennessee, assisted by the lead.ng believe that Ohio river stouo is suscep- fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and Bold by medicine ever put on the market for on the ground that Taylor was not a platform at the depot, business. In the past six weeks I have divines of the Kentucky Conference of near the Coliseum druggists. tible of such a finish. Nor can auvoue nil reputableenjoyment of good health, bowel complaints. Mrs. E. G. Gregory, Miss Lyda Bradford, of Augusta, is the merchant in good faith. building, in Chicago. Ho writes that made $530. Every housekeeper wants a the M E. Church South. If in the Nice comimagine much beauty in a stone from and the system is regular, laxatives or Frederickstown, Mo. This certainly is fortable cottages, ample auditorum, such was not the case, but in the Con- guest of Miss Mynne Wagers. Circle KrenrMon. are then not needed. If the best medicine ever put on the mar- Dishwasher, and any intelligent person beautiful shade and plenty of good The color other remedies Miss Mary Tribble has returned from the source in question. afflicted with any actual disease, one ket for dysentery, summer complaint, can sell them with big profit to himself. sulphur water. Special excursion train?. Write CD. Bercaw, General Pas- vention hall, about the 6auie time of the is variegated by the presence of various may depot accident, he slipped and strusk a pleasant stay at Chautauqua. be commended to the most skillful The Dishwasher is lovely, you can wash Good music by trained choir. Hotel senger Agent Kentucky Midland R, petrifactions of nn ancient organic structphysicians, but if in need of a laxative, colic and cholera infantum in children. and dry the family dishes in two min- accommodations on the grounds Come his nobe so that it bled like a stuck pig. Miss Bettie Owington, of Mt. Sterling, Frankfort Ky., for information regarding one should have the best, and with tho It never fails to give prompt relief when ure. rest from d everywhere, Syrup of used in reasonable time and the plain utes, and without wetting your hands. and enjoy a week'sand worship business the steamboat excursions from High He was shown to the improvised hospi- is the guest of Mrs. Dr Poyntz. God in Trouble After Many Years. tal at the farther end of the building, get particulars by addressing, and housekeeping Figs stands highest s.nd is most largely printed directions are followed. Many You can Miss Alice Chenault, of Mt. Sterling, Bridge or Shakeitown to Frankfort. the woods- - For further information, Samuel B. Phelps, of Foxtown, one of used and gives most general satisfaction. mothers have expressed their sincere The Mound City Dishwasher Co., St. price of cottage, etc. address Arrangements are completed for hand- and in going there had to walk in front is the guest of Miss Mattie Smith. f the chairman and the entire delegathe best known citizens of the county, ling large excursion parties by rail to graditude for the cures it has effected. Louis, Mo There is big money in the Miss Maria Willie Smith is visiting S! a sato zrn6 ' familiarly called "Crook" by reason of a business for agents. I expect to clear High Bridge, thence Kentucky River tion, and as the blood streamed from Mrs. Whitehead, at Williamsburg. For 6ale by I lagans Pharmacy. lm crooked foot, is in a precarious condition. KENTUCKY $4,000 in the coming year. I need the his nose the enquiry was " Whocut him?" steamer "Burnside" to Frankfort, and Berea, Madisox Co., Ky. Mrs. J. S. Collins is visiting her mothA Chicago dispatch states that the Illi- money, why not make it. Miss C. E. His foot and ankle and lower part of the home again by raih There is no more "Was he shot?" etc. Jim Williams and er, Mrs. Marshall, at Harrodsburg. 6--9 nois Central Company ban determined to Hob Franklin, the Jack Chinn Sergeant-at-Ann- s. leg were terribly mangled by machinery It delightful excursion than this trip. add a large quantity of rolling stock to of Stanford, visi- in Weddell'8 old water mill, on lower Mr. Wm. Shanks, who were acting in the HON. C. T. CALDWELL, its equipment, and is now giving out Zee Oreaa Hado "by a ITov Process. Strange Mixture. ted friends in the county last week. Muddy Creek, more than fifty, years ago. ran to his aid. as did other s. Parts of the fractured bone were taken CONDITION OF STOCK contracts, which in the aggregate will Politics make strange I have an Ice Cream Freezer that will Dr. Crutcher, of Chicago forMiss Callie Cropper, of Louisville, is amount to nearly 4 000 cars. It is un- freeze cream instantly. The cream is Of Parkersburg, W. Va., RecomHarrodsburg lias a local option fight merly of Lexington, was Surgeon in the visiting Mrs. Dr. Jasper, on Broadway. out and he has ever since been a cripderstood that the rolling stock includes put into the freezer and comes out inple. Of late the remaining bone has on hand, and there is a large prohi- hospital, and assured all that the blood AND CROPS. mends Wrights Celery Mr. and Mrs. Alex Henry, of Versaillfifty coal cars, 300 refrigerator cars, 2,500 stantly, smooth and bition element in Mercer county. John came simply fiom the nose and he would es, are the guests of Mrs. J Len Harris. necrosed and his physician. Dr. Evans, perfectly frozen. Capsules. box cars, in addition to a number of This astonishes people and a crowd will advises amputation, to which he strenThompson, of that county, is a candi- soon staunch it and sew up the cuts, July 1, 1896. Miss Margaretta Smith is visiting Miss others. The outlay for this rolling stock gather to see the freezer in operation uously objects. In fact the Doctor told date for Congress, and is also the pro- which he did. Miss Dexter, of Bruns- Dovie The report on condition of crops and Parkersburg, W. Va.. Letcher at 1 er home in Cincinnati. him, and they a ill all want to try the cream. prietor of a distilery. It is said that wick, Ga., Dr. Crutcher's nurse, a most twenty years ago that sooner or stock on June 30, embracing replies from will amount to over $1,000,000. January 26, 1995. Mrs. L. Schlegel has returned after a later amputation would become necestwo saloon keepers now in business are lovely lady, so kindly bathed his nose, Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers You can sell cream as fast as it can be The Wrigiit Med. Co., 159 correspondents, representing 101 visit of two weeks to her mother in sary. When the injury was first done taking sides with the local option folks "that we." says Col. C, ''told her may can be applied when at home, and is uni- made and sell freezers to many of them counties: Columbus, Ohio the surgeon wished to amputate, but formly successful in coloring a brown or who would not buy an old stvle frtezer. and that all of the Prohibitionists are be providence had a hand in the bach- Covington. Gentlemen: I have been using wheat. Mr. John Farris and wile, of Bath objection prevented. for Thompson for Congress. elor at las being charmed." black. Hence its great popularity. It It is really a curiosity and you can sell Wright's Celery Capsules since NovemThe wheat crop was harvested withfrom $5 to $8 worth of cream and six to BAD LIOUTNIXO. Mis. Robinson, sister of George Mar- county, are visiting Mrs. Felaud, on ber, 1894, and find them to be as recomIf a few bales of Arkansas valley alDied. out any marked changes in condition as twelve freezers every daj . This makes a tin, of Carlisle, at whose residence near Broadway. During a storm on Monday, lightning mended. I first began taking them falfa sent to lxmdon as a sample prove indicated in the report of last month. As On the 4th inst, at her home on the Convention hall Col. Craddock was good profit these hard times aud is a Mr. S. D. Stafford, of Hartshorne, struck a large barn on the farm of Senwhile at Hot Springs. Aik , under treatsatisfactory, that section of the State will Depot btreet, Nicholasville, Mrs. Mar- rooming, kindly gave aid, as did Elder Fla . spent a day or two with his uncle, ator John D. Harris and killed several indicated in the precedent report, a conpleasant employment J. F. Casey & siderable per cent of the acreage was too next fall be shipping large quantities of Co., 1143 St. Charles St., St. Louis. Mo., ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and garet Wiley, wife of Harvey Wiley, a Geo. Sweeney's wife, whose health is J. D. Dykes. head of stock. A number of animals Stomach trouble. Constipation which I alfalfa bay to the English market inferior to harvest. The acreage harvestsection Jhand on the R. N. I. & B., restored, was away from home. He is will send full particulars and information Miss Mynne Wagers has returned have been killed by lightning in this had been a long sufferer. I found the ed, as compared w ith r.n average year, is Just now everybody is beginingto take in regard to his new invention on applirailroad, died of fever, after two weels not now pastor ot a chinch. His broth-Zac- k from a visit to Miss Nannie Cohen, of county the past few weeks. 68. Threshing has begun, and the yield a Spring Medicine. And it is a good cation and will employ good salesmen on Celery Capsules gave me great relief illness. Funeral services were conductis expected from his California Veisailles. from the beginning and have used them WHITB RABBITS, in some of the counties where the crop thing to do provided you take Simmons salary. ed at the residence Sunday morning tour next week. Paris Kentuckian CitRobt. C. ever since. With pleasure, and unsoMiss Lucy Burke, of Danville, and her An enterprising son of Jacob Huguely, was most promising, has fallen short of Liver Regulator the best Spring Medby Rev. J. E. Wright, and the remains izen. It licited, I recommend them to any ani daughter, Clyde, are the guests of Miss near Red House, brought sixteen beauti- expectations on account of damage from icine. It's a slugglish liver that clogs taken to Madison for burial. NicholasDr. Crutcher is a nephew of W. L. all suffering with like afflictions or either Mary Collins. Seat! ful white rabbits to town court day, and chinch bug. On the other hand the the system and makes bad blood. A ville Journal. Crutcher this "place. Elder Sweeney is Miss K itherine Blanton has returned sold them at $1 a pair. He has another yield in the central and eastern sections, dose a day of Simmons Liver Regulator Want to rent or sell on B. & L. terms of them. Very truly yours. Keutucky Kier lliiier Thau for Half well known here. Charles T. Caldwell. w here the crop promised little, has exfrom a :.i to friends in Harrodsburg load for next court day. willmakeanewmanout of you.and anew several good properties in Richmond. Col Craddock was never a beauty, aud Sold by T- - S Hagan, Druggist. Price a Century. ceeded expectations. woman too. Look for the Red z on the Call on J. Reid Cokneusox, now it is feared he will not take a prize and Dauvilh . m'dowklliax rsocEiS. 50 cents and $1.00 per box. Call at drugHiram Sheaier, who lives near the The average yield per acre oer the package. It is Simmons Liver ReguState Agent. Mr. H. B. D m-- , of Clarke, spent sevOn Saturday, Dr. H. R. Gibson, assiststore and get fre sample. rher, was here Monday and said that in a beaut show. State is 6j bushels. Tliose counties re- lator you want. Or Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney for It eral days last weei with his uncle, Coun- ed by Drs. Bales and Poyntz, operated at the present tide, at its fullest, was the porting the largest yie.d are Nelson, 12 -8 Equitable L. & I. Asso. .Mrs. Henton Entertains. cilman J. D. Dykes. Rev. B. F. Converse, of the Christian the the Infirmary on Mrs. Lillie Baker, of bushels; Carlise, 10 highest one he has seen in July for fifty bushels; Fulton 11 CLARK COUNTV Miss Edna Schlegel has returned from Texas, for ovarian tumor. The caso was Observer, has been made a Doctor of Mrs. J. M. Benton gave an elegant eare. He also says it was higher than bushels; Trigg, 10 bumels; Union, 11 Relneed Rates Via. Sonthern Railway. at her home on Maple street a delightful visit to relatives and friends made troublesome by lengthy adhesions bushels, and Henderson 9 bushels. Those Divinity by Hampden Sidney College, at any time last winter. AND For the occasion of the National Virginia. Indiana and Ohio. aud other complications, but was succes The rain Monday morning was terrif-fi- c on Mondav evening in honor of her in Mr League of American Wheelman, which J. B. Harris, Jr , has returned ful Dr. Gibson, with these two assis- counties reporting tha smallest yields guests the Misses Smith, of Richmond, TROTTING ASSOCIATION in his !o,Iity, washing away the Thirty persons were killled in a rail- meets at Louisville, August 10th to are Allen, Breckinridgo, Hardiu, Madifrom a two weeks visit to Mr. Miliou tants, has operated loth, forty-fou- r times turnpike bridge at mouth of Stoney who are her sisters, and Miss Boyd, of son, Meade, Oldham, Simpson aud Wash- road collision at Logan, Iowa. 1896, Southern Railway will sell tickets successfully Bince January 1st. The lawn was beautifully Raglaud, of Lexington. July 29 to August 1st Such July rains have not been Louisville. Kunn ington, 4 bushels each, uudbutler 3 bushMrs. Rhodie Noah, of this place, was to Louisville and return at rate of one Miss Heleu Terrill, of Richmond is illuminated with Chinese lanterns and HEM) over. seen here for many years. els. . Inclusive. taken in the night with cramping pains fare for the round-trip- . Tickets will be the parlors were brilliantly lighted. the guest of Mrs Sallie Wilcox West, Charley Thompson was before Judge Falsn Pretenses. CORN. a set in. She sold August 8th to Oth, good for return and the next day near Paris, Paris News. Delightful refreshments were served Burnam, Monday .charged with attempted rry cordial passage until August 17. 1S00. Call on Sheriff Robards, of Boone county, during the-- evening, and the occasion The condition of the corn crop repre- took half a bottle o. i Mrs. Belle Rayburn has returned from rape on the daughter of Mrs. but got no relief. She tlieTseht- - tQ me any agent of the Southern Railway for came through Richmond, last week was one long to be remembered. A Estdl Springs improved beyond the exsents all stages, ary ng from a Yery Kirby, who lives near the fair grounds, 8S Vegetables, Fruits, Sheep, Hogs, 5--9 with Will Pigg in charge, taking him band of music was in attendance, and pectation ol her friends. low condition in the western counties, if I had anything that would help her. I information. Cattle and Horses. but the case was contined. Colic, anil nineteen Rings Mnf ltiin1 to Jackson couuty for trial for obtaincaused by continued excessive rains, to sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's dancing was indulged in until time for Mrs J. V. Logan, of Orlando, Florida, Don't miss seeing those fine silver-- f Thompson has been held for Later cinq ing property under ' false pretenses. the guests to depart. a condition in the central and eastern Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and the inlaid formerly Miss Jessie Taylor, is visiting further trial in the sum of $200, which 6poons at D. P Armer's, warranted ExcelUtat Track. Splendid and CommoHe waived examination gave bail and portions of the State uniformly reported first dose relieved her. Another of our for 25 years Among those present were Mrs E. S. her brother, Dr. T. J. Taylor. dious Grand Stand- and cheap. he gave. neighbors had been sick-- for about a week got back to Boone nearly as soon as Jouett, Mrs. C H. Rees, Mrs- - B. G. as the best prospects ever known at this V.r. H. Garnetry, Mr. Wm. II. Stone came up Saturday " $ecietary. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures to c least. 9 the Sheriff. P. B. Broaddus conveyed Rees, Louisville ; Mrs. T. C. Robinson. season of the year. Western Kentucky and had tried different remedies for diarCharley Mackey. 6on of Joe, has been has experienced an unprecedented sea- rhoea but kept getting worse. I sent colds, croup and whooping cough. It is the party in a wagon. Only the other Mrs. Jno. W. Bean, Miss Stanley Jack from Frankfort and spent Suuday with " day an officer brought a man through son, chaperons. Jlisses Francis Nelson, his grandparents, Major aud Mrs. J. D. awarded the contract for carrying the son of rainfall, which has for the past him this same remedy. Only four doses pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by Harris. Richmond from a county above Jackmail to Caleast. He makes the trip on six weeks prevented cultivation as well of it were required to cure him. He says Hagan's Pharmacy. lm Versailles; Madison Bell, Louisville: Mrs. E. J. Brock returned last week his bike. son, taking him before a court at Cov- Simrall, Covington; Fannie Hampton, as planting; as a consequence, the crop he owes his recovery to this wonderful S. E. Roberts was drowned in the HAWIAR Sibley, Sidney, HAIR ELIXIR ington, and he gave bail and went Nannie Vanmeter, Kittie Tebbs, Martha from Cardele, Ga., where she has beeu is an entire failure in bottoms and low- remedy. Mrs. Mardrowned in a cistern. river at Jackson last week. Mich. For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. T. N. on next train. home On the upland a cessation ot lands r, Witherspoon, Nora and Bessie colA number of persons, white and lm rain now would admit of a great part of Stai.ley Ree, Mary and Eliza Baker D. P. Armer is receiving his spring ored, were seining in the water-work- s I sou's lure. THE WONDERFUL HAIR FORCER. Miss Laura Lynn aud her mother, reservoir, labt Saturday. After coming the damage being repaired, but under no Bush Stella Richter, Cincinnati; Ida stock of Jewelry and Novelties, someA Child. Enjoys C. T. Taylor, of Lexington, formerly of Azhill, Cleora Brooks, Mattie Tracy, Liz- Mrs. M. A. Lynn, who was matron of out. wet and cold, several of them got circumstances can a full crop be obtained this county, and bon of the Me Gen The pleasant flavor, gentle action, aud thing entirely new. The latest fads in A Hex Discovery For The zie Robinson, Julia French, Laura Sud-dut- the Dormitory last year, are visiting rela- iutc a romp which included pushing even on the uplands. iu bells, ladies watch guards, silver novelCartleson Taylor, is spending a few days Fha-bIn the centra! counties the only ad- soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when Beckner, Florence Winn, tives m this county. sixteen-foo- t cistern each other into a in Richmond. He is secretary and man laxative, and if the father or ties and in fact anything you may want Life, Growth and Beauty of the hair and Mia Lizzie Henderson has returned that forms part of the plant. It was verse circumstances reported are dam- need oi a Amy and Kate Benton, Annie Pendle ager of the Kentucky Sanitarium Co., mother be costive or bilious, the most in his line at bottom prices, Don't fail beard. Doing a wonderful work where-eve- r Johnston, in Wash- - nearly full, and they could easily get out. age from chich bug and washing up the ton Annie Willis, Anna Speck Thomson, from a visit 1S- Lexington, which institution employs used. Causing hair to grow on bald gratifying results follow its use; so that to see them. The latter formerly was a John Lackey, colored, bad been in a crop by severe local rain storms. The Lizzie aud Cleo Nelson, Ethel Garner, ton Cit. family remedy known and heads and beard on smoothe faces. It is for the liquor ami opium Tyson's cure it is the best Perryville, Boyle covnty has a bank. Lizzie, Emma and Pattie Winn, Mary photographer of this place. time or two, and finally coming round crop is reported as laid by in good con- every family should have a bottle, a vegetable compounded entirely harmlm habit A feature of this treatment is Goff, Daisy Mills, Miss Thornton, KanMrs. Elmer Deatherage has returned again remarked that it was about his dition in this Eection. The counties reless. Extracted from flowers, fruits and THE NEW HOOK SPOON FREE TO ALL that no hypodermic injections or metal- sas; Lightning split a Fortbcarlino fellows' Julia Spurr, Addie Garner, Etlie from a visit to Lexington. Her mother, time again, at which moment he tripped porting the highest average of condition lic substances are used. He finds abundI read In the Christian Standard that plauts collected from the temperate and 120; Bourbon and breeches leg open from top to bottom, Burnett, Nancy Beckner, Messrs Asa Mrs.' Heacox, and niece, Miss Alma and went head foremost into the cistern. are Henry and Rowan ant material in and about Richmond for Miss A. M. Fritz, Station A, St Louis, tropical regions. Bush, Bud Buckwalter, B. A. Tracy, Heacox, accompanied her home. To the surprise of every one, he did not Bracken 115; Pendelton 112, Boone, Lin but otherwise nothing was hurt. treatment. However this is not a home Mo., would give an elegant plated hook coin and Shelby 110; Montgomery 10S; Starling Tracy, Tom Hampton, Bob Indigestive poisons are the bane of the spoon to any one sending her ten Mr. George W. Evans, Jr. returned rise. The cistern is drained by two imto he wishing treatment. Persons Winn, Will Hodgkin, Maurice Miller, from Washington, D. IfJONLY mense pipes, and at once these escapes Taylor 106; Metcalf, Robertson and dyspeptic's life. When sick, see if your stamps. I sent for one and found C, last Saturday, treated with a guarantee must go to the V. it so Bush, W. A. Buckner, Wiley Poynter, where he has been in the Government were opened up. In less time than is Scott 105. The counties reporting the sickness is caused by indigestive poisons. $HAIR $W useful that I showed it to my friends, sanitarium. Browne Ishraael, Walter Strode, Curtis service and also attended law school. required to write it, the cistern was lowest average conditions are: Marshall If so, take Shaker Digestive Cordial. and madeS18 in two hours, taking orders Have a Life Savers Slati on. Evans, John Goff, Sidney Tucker, Minoi Lackey was found dead on 50; Graves 52; Union Mid Ballard 57; This is the only certain way of being per- for the spoon. Rev. Ashby Jones, former pastor of empty, and The hook spoon is a known that has ever been offered to the Jack Sew ell the life saver on Haggard, Stoner Kidd, Jim Jeffries, Ben party had how- Webster 60; Calloway 62; McOracken manently cured, because it is the only household necessity. It cannot slip into the Richmond Baptist church, now the the bottom. One of the the Kentucky river is not con- Willis, James Phillips, Seth Beckner, pastor of way that gets rid of the poisons. You the dish or cooking vessel, being held in people fully endorsed by all who have ever dived before the water was out, and 67; Caldwell 68 takthe Bardstown church, is TOBACCO. used it. It invigorates the scalp, refined to saving the lives of human Jo Bros ton, Hay Morton, Frank Dudley, discovered that life was extinct. Coroknow that fermented food ia poisonous. ing a two weeks vacation with his The tobacco crop represents much You know that poison is unhealthy. the place by a hook on the back. The moves dandruff, stops the hair from fallbeings but seems to be on the lookout Mat Dudley, Tom Dudley, Tom Sudduth, ner Brown held an inquest. Col. C. S. Turner, on Silver the same condition as shown in the Shaker Digestive Cordial clears the stom- spoon is something housekeepers have out, thickens thin hair, and in many for anything that may be in distress in Dr. N V. Prewitt, Hugh Spurr. Louis Creek. corn crop The western ixiuuties univer- ach of fermenting food, and purifies the needed ever since spoons were first in- cases restores the hair to bald heads. A On Saturday last while Watkins, Charley Taylor, Will Sphar, the water. Mrs. B. W. Turner very elegantly ensally report alow averags condition, cul- blood and system of indigestive poisons. vented. Any one can get a sample spoon reliable hair dressing. Imparts gloss watching the rising tide in the river, Taylor Jackson, W. A. Northcutt. Ed stamps to Miss beauty minating in a total failure in a few coun- It cures indigestion and the diseases that by sending ten to the hair and beard, and forces he discovered something alive in a Taylor, W. B Beau, Sam Yantis, Dick tertained her guest, Miss Ethel Garner, ia a splendid way to make Ayers A. C, The chief Anderson, Lilly ties. The crop in this section, even on come of it Headache, dizziness, nausea, Fritz. This rapid growth. Gives comfort to all who Jarge pile of passing drift wood. On in- Hunter, Jno. Buckwalter, Oweu Burnett, last Wednesday evening. money around home. Very truly, Buckner, Nannie the hill lands, is reported as overrun stomach ache, weakness, flatulence, conuse Discovered aud manufactured spection he discovered a large hog al- Jno. Hodgkin, Harrison Thonibon, Ver- amusement was crokinole. Miss Mary Bates, J. W. 14 Jenettk S. by it Covington, Miss Katie with grass and weeds, yellow from ex- stipation, loss of appetite, irritability, etc As his custom he sailles; Dr. James Holloway; Neville Poage won the lady's prize and Mr. Clardy, J. B. most drowned. cessive moisture, and boing plowed up These are a few of the symptoms, caused John W. Shelby, of Lincoln, has brought him ashore alive and all right, Moberley, Richmond. Winchester Sun. Green Clay the gentleman's. Curtis, William J. U. tfElSOjV. and planted to other crops. Miss Katie Colyer, of Butler, Mo., who Davis, Haunah and Jacob is now the happy possessor by indigestive poisons, cured by Shaker paid, to J. S. Linney, of Kansas City, Death af Cassius Crooke. Igxtygtor;. Ky. In the central counties the crop, with Digestive Cordial. $107000 for Linnietta Springs, Boyle has beeu in School at Nazareth, is spendof a fine porker. The hog seems to Estill, Harvey the exception of the bottoms in some Col. Cassius Crooke, of Altamont, ing the summer with her uncle, Mr. haye been in the river for several days At druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 county. Price SI per bottle. For Sale by sections, is the finest and most advanced per bottle. and may have come from fifty to one who came to The Joseph Price Hospital Hugh Colyer, this couuty. She is a Glenn, W. H. It Jas. Sharp, Jessamine county, was Harris, Gill Hayden, M. C. recently in order to receive the attention daughter of Sheriff David Colyer, of 6--18 ever known at this period. A large porhundred miles up the river. Cupid breaks his bow at the sight of a Highland, Homer of its doctors aud trained nurses, died Butler, formerly of Madison. tion of the crop was topped by July 1 and face full of pimples. Hollow cheeks, stricken with paralysis and died within Declamatory-Ther- e a day. there Wednesday night, of kidney heart the cultivation has baen first-clasMfsses Florrie Chenault, Margaret Joues, Mrs. Mary E Johnson Maggie sunken eyes, and a sallow complexion Just "TTiat'a STeaied (reg.) Worms are reported as ahundant. Some will be a declamatory contest and stomach trouble, aged 63 years. He Chenault and Laura Walker.and Messrs. XfWlU doTou Good I will defy his best intentions. Beauty is Exclaims thousands of people who have boys of College Hill and was born in Madison county and at the between the fear is expressed that the crop is too far more than skin deep. The skin is mereJas. Crutcher-- , Rodes Shackelford, Neale Kenedy, R. B. Are you constipated? Do you have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at this season Paint Lick Saturday, night, July 18, at close of the war went into the coal busi- Bennett, Joe Tevis, Thomas D. Chenault, Merritt, James advanced tor the season. The acreage Morris William ly the surface on which is written in Sick Headaches? Is your Nervous sys of the year, and who have noted the sucCollege Hill. The program will be as ness in Jackson couuty, but soon left for Jr., and W. R. Letcher, Jr. attended the Myers, I. H. has been reduced since the crop was set plain characters the condition of the tem, Liver or Kidneys out of order? If cess of the medicine in giving them relief follows: Pine Hill, where he ran the mines for 10 opening ball at Irvine, Friday night by the abandonment of fields in the Nichols, P. A. body. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- secure yourself by using Wright's Cel- from that tired feeling, waning, appetite II. D. Ayers "Spartacus to the Glad- years, after which he opened a coal miue western counties, eo that on July 1 the Peck, Geo. covery is good for the complexion be- ery Tea. It improves the complexion. and state of extreme exhaustion after the aud Mra. Eagle, of Ar- Payne, Annie iators.' and founded the town of Altamont, number of acres growing as compared cause it nfakea the whole body healthy Price 23c., sold by T. S. Hagan, drug- close confinement of a long winter season, Rhades, Robert Black "Our Duties to the Re- Laurel countv, aud was principal oper- kansas, stopped over on their trip from Royce, Callie J. E. with an average year, is 7ik General avbecause it clears and purified the blood, gist. lm the busy time attendant upon a large public." Smith, F. S. erage condition over the State 92. The ator and prebident of the Altamont Coal Richmond, Va., for a few days with Mr. Stevens, J. B. makes the digestion strong and clears out and pressing business during the spring Polish Boy." F. T. Kelley counties showing an avenge of 110 and Co. for a period of 15 years In 1895 he and Mrs. W. H. Miller and 3Ir. and Stone, Mrs. Martha Scott, Charley The teachers to attend the Convention months and with vacation impurities of all kinds. By increasing Mrs. John Dotv They are now enjoy- Stone, Hula time yet some H. M. Beaty "Centennial Oration." (col ) commenced, the construction of a railover are: Woodford, Per dleton, Owen. the ability to assimilate nutritious food, of the National Education Association in weeks distant. It is then that the buildinJ. H. Wilson "The Maid of Orleans.". road from Altamont to Manchester, and ing a w eek at Estill Springs before their Todd, J. F. Lincoln, Henry, Green, Franklin, Clark Todd, J. N. and bv the infusion of its own ingredients Buffalo, N. Y., are arriving there by the g-up " powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla are O. C. Crooke 'The March of Mind." succeeded in building"31 miles of it. He return home. and Backeu. Of these, the counties of Wilbor, A. T. Williams, H. W. it enriches the blood and so makes solid, carload. fully appreciated. It seems perfectly T. Adams "There is a God." P. Bracken and Franklin report the highest was the pioneer coal operator in Eastern Mr. A. C. Buchanan has returned from White, P. A. Whiten. J. B. healthy flesh. It curea diseases of the Summer Homes and Resorts. adapted to overcome that prostration G. T. Berryman "Robert Emmelt's Kentucky and was a man of indomitable Hot Springs, Ark. Dr. Greenway told average, 125 each. The lowest averages J. B Willis, P. M. lungs, liver, stomach, bowels, skin and The Southern Railway is the first of caused by change of season, climate or Speech of Vindication." energy ami enterprise. He madea great him that his trouble could not be reached are for Graves 37; Carlisle and Marshall scalp, Bimply because all these diseases our great railway systems to give infor- life, and while it tones and sustains the Kentucky is the home of great orators, deal of mouey but spent it liberally CATTLE. 50; McCracken 57; Hopkins 60 and Un by the Hot Springs treatment and ad8pringfrom the same cause a disordered mation to the public and to fix low ex- system, it purifies and vitalizes the and will always be, if the boys both in the good of mankind and in developing vised him to try Waukesha, Wisconsin, 62. ion digestion and consaquent impure blood. cursion rates for a summer outing lm good blood. the towns and in the country will resources and opening up further fields, the source of Bethesda water. There is little doubt but what the de Mr. OHCHARD ORAIS. It for return until October 31, by issuing steps as this. take such of labor. Bitchanau's numerous friends wish for maud for stock cattle will he better after When the Washington parkS. C. The crop for seed is very much in the Pure blood is the safeguard of health. with usual promptness, its Summer pleted it will have a seating capacity ot In 1879, Col. Crooke married Miss Ce-li- a, him a speedy recovery. the Western range season opens. Those nature of a failure, only 61 per cent of an Lost Hoy. w ho have canvassed the country, both Keen the blood pure with Hood's Sar Home and Resort Book. daughter of the late Col. Jack Ad13,000. average acreage being harvested. Messrs Benj. F. Crook, Richmond, saparilla if you would always be well. It It is handsome in design and artistic in Caldin Whitt, a son of Mrs. Rend ams, of Mt. Vernon, aud to them two East and West, find that there are but W. P. Crooke, of Altamont, brothers, very few young cattle of any consequence Awarded! every respect, having thirty-tw- o A U.aHee to Make Money. beautiWhitt, of Colby suttlon, left home five children, Misses Lucy and Celia, were In cases where dandruff, scalp diseases, Mrs. Sallie Rayburn and Mrs. Bettie. Highest Honors World's Pair, falling and grayness of the hair appear, ful illustrated pages containing tho most I have berries, grapes and peaches, a on hand, and all feeders are wanting weeks ago to isit Mrs. Whitt's brother born, both of whom survive. Mrs. Harher, of Richmond, sisters, and Mr. them. complete and conveniently arranged in- year old, fresh as when picked. X see It is predicted that there will be and stayed there two or three days. He Crooke died in 18S2, the blow almost do not neglect them, but apply a proper B Crooke, of Richmond, nephew of formation calculated to answer fully and the California Cold process, do not beat a very good demand as soon as enough to visit an old gentleman by paralyziug.her devoted husband, who to- F. then left remedy and tonic like Hall's Hair of Cassius Crooke, and Arthur Crooke satisfactorily every question likely to be or seal the fruit; just put it up cold, keeps the name of Adams, in the Ruckerville day at 10 o'clock will be laid by her side and wife, of Altamont, Mr. and Mrs. cattle of this class come to market. Feed It propounded, such as routes and distances, periectly fresh, and costs almost nothing; neighborhood and stayed there several in the cemetery at Mt. Vernon. Thirty ers are evidently beginuiug to have some Nejld and Miss May Adams, of Louishotels and boarding houses, names of can put up a bushel in ten miaates. faith in the future of the fatcattle trade. On Wednesday, three weeks ago, years ago, Col. Crooke joiued the Methdays. BEST IM QUALITY- MOST IN QUANTITY. ville, are here to attend the funeral of proprietors, how to reach them, rates of Last week I sold directions to over 136 he same to Winchester with Mr. Adams, odist church at Somerset and Mr. C. S. Cassius Crooke, this morning. Mt. They are of the opinion that an invest' board by day, week and month, etc. families; anyone will pay a' dollar for back home. Mr. Neild, his brother-in-lamentnow when cattle are low will make and partner, and said he was going Vernon Eagie. 'the Southern offers a choice of moan-tai- n directions, when they see the beautitvi them plenty of money. If the demand Adams gave him 15 cents to pay his fare says a better man never lived. In his and seaside resorts, the surf bathiug samples of fruit-- As there are HMMrjr Mrs Smith Hansford, the newly-elemeets cxpectationa the price of fat range to Colby Station and that was thd last long intercourse'Avith him he never heard and sea breezes of some of the most de- people poor like myself, I consider H mf of age, has 1 him usea profane dr indecent word Ho ed Pieeident of the State Federation of cattle ought to be good. Breeder's Ga- seen of him. He is 12 years . . lightful resorts on the Atlantic Coast or duty to give my experience to aaett. hicr blue eves, and a scar on ttie leit was kind and charitable to a marked Woman's Clm,atlended tho Clmutanqu i zette WHITE'S GREU the cool;mountain breezes of Swannanoa, feel confident anv one can nwka a mmm He. wore a black and degree aud has helped many a strug this week and presided for the first time lower eye-lid- . hemp. Asheville; Lookout; Mountain and others two hnn-Jrvdollars round black gling young man to better his condition, over the dell erxtious of the clubs. She rj white waist, big straw hat, and 2,500 feet above the sea level. few Jvs. ! will mail fsanftle The number of acres growing, as com pauts; has light hair and was bareDeceased wns of a family otfiix bos introduced Mre.Evelyn Barnet,who made eoniykto tttractsorr. to ot ' for copy-- of Any information concerning aqJ lyo s'tcLs, of whom aie liviug John an address on "I he woman and Her paredwith an average year, 13 ,82 per, footed Hm led all WORM KtemoelM. - may proMinetU tftide call at the ot - atumd coupon agent or by hi M.f H. F.'jiHdV. 1' Crooke and Mrs- - M. Club; I'alsojl M&."HulL Dftvidsoawho fcrTlsivragecoBditJHi'80Dercenb! him will bo thaukfully leceivoil wkvw .w ... . MTTLE tVMftITHI.24 r.MOSJ raRFKrrlWADE. HBtaa! co of cent to C. Pi mi iiwil 1 verge; pbadirtea resorted1 ApuretjfipeiTttm who is almost crwsed bytho Umg :IL HsibaoSIr&fesHie A.'Rayburn. gav a reviej crf'rXottlau Dggatiorsitioa,'!3! ? mother, mt'JXA.'UKvmmamwm, a fm AuJMB t , . J! 0nll.AHiUChBttMKOg,T ,wWboW3ty; 10lVbile Mwvl ; stanAoamoBtt, Alum or my j Itno-- S k iter boy. Her postofllceiiMiarals m !1 .rav4fc w Maufocwt, coun tyexeeiit RH',.olher WcKfa:-Ul- iarel J crat y. w iBcoeew jwejocww-- - Mf'WJxieiKvv1 iww) m& Ylm ww t 40 TEAM T Dipt! KniMrnlv. I T' ' a nim...i i..Ai..... i inont. J PERSONALSJ fj ' Ml ti a HHlMWWHi.'l FOR Sliel-I'orn- e. Gladness Comes AH ry M Thursday, August 20, m tfi well-informe- CROP REPORT. T 1S Con-eutio- Ken-tuckian- s. H ; v4i .VI 1 Vi. FAIR " WINCHESTER rckj-- 6-- NELSON'S - Buck-waite- i h, e s W nt m 4 oNicr fath-in-la- LIST OF LETTERS 2-- W. G. White. s. 1 - fr fel DR r. ct CREAM 1 vmm 01-i- BAKING WORMS! vermifuge: . ! I . n 11 ' ' - 'I 1r jeej jmst mi iiii BratEOSiWHaH .'rjesfc. smJi'mMWmKH u 11 ill nii ; vsagik SKnal r j .BlLJLir ii1'1 11 4 tmitlnmmmmKIMmlmtkii 4L 'r -- uro W ljjhit . -' tf-'-- .&! ifjjifijli r ih " s KENTUCKY tt TZ v .rfc" ii In ft ; v-- s r - if 1 f y i " I NEWS. CONDENSED NEWS 4 THE ENDEAVORERa Over Thirty Thousand Visitors ItegUtercd in the Booths The Exercises in to Churches. Washington, July 13. Thirty thousand visitors is the number reached up to this time in the registration boothf raa lata Hw Fnun An Farts of tba Frank Hurd was Commonwealth buried at Mt. Vernon, (X, Sunday. Became KClnc Klver, carrying umm Gov. BushneU has bought a S500 picand Destruction. McKinley to hang in his ture Augusta, Ky., July 13. On Big office.of Maj. Bracken creek, abouth 4 miles south of 40 years a Gen. this city, there occurred a cloudburst resident John Pulford, for died at hia Mich., of a late hour Saturday evening. home early Detroit, morning. at Saturday Within a few minutes the little stream At the Catford track, London, J. W. w as a rearing mass of raging waters. contest, Dozens of large tobacco barns were Stocks, in tho twelve hours making covered S9G miles, 1,715 yards, badly damaged and washed away. record. Mrs. Henry Susco, aged 64 years, liv- a new world's The heat of the last few days has ing on the creek, went from herhouso been throughout to the barn to see about some cattle, manyintense of sunstroke Germany and cases are reported Mhen she was caught in the swift wain Hamburg, Metz and elsewhere. ters and was carried away, and up to A dynamite cartridge was found Satthis time her body has not been recov- urday near tho industrial exhibition, ered, although fragments of her clothcame there, ing were found in several places. Berlin. How it put there, is or for what purpose it was a mystery. Thousands of acres of corn and tobacco With the imperial are destroyed, entailing heavy losses family fromdeparture of thohas been a Potsdam, there on the farmers of the valley. general flight from Berlin of court and Death or II. F. I'arks. society and official dignitaries and Belmont with stomach trouble. Sir. Parks was about sixty-fiv- e yo rs old. and fought through the civil war on the confederate side. He was one of the most prosperous farmers and stock buyers of this countv. llis interment will take place Sunday at Battlo Grove cemetery with Masonic honors. Bel-lun- Gathered Prom All I'artu of the Country by Telegraph. FOR DELAY. The Bracken Connty Murderer Not Bead; for Trial Yet. LAUGHLIN PLEADS CvxniiAifA, Ky , July 13. Mr. B. F. I'arks, of this city, died at his leaders. resi-di-nce- in & o irf?n?Q&ef3r Sg? Covington, Ky., July 11. Latonia, Ky., was mado a town of the sixth Chicago.. . .533 Louisville . class by Judge Perkins, of Covington, .249 Friday morning. His decision name stroying the pea crop in this vicinity. Thb Western League. in this county Matthew Felton, John IL Ellis, John At Minneapolis Minneapolis 7, Grand s It was first discovered 4. Emfour or five years ago, and each year N. Weber, Ueorge Egelston and Henry ' At St. Paiji St. Jones, as trustees; John Moss, as poPaul IB. Detroit 8. since has increased the area of tho lice At KansaB City Kansas City 21. Colum, judge; James K. Davidson, as blight. Thousands of peas have been bus 4. Second Game Kansas City It; Columand August Steeb, as assessor. a ploughed up. The government has sent bus They will serve until time for u reguAt Milwaukee Milwaukee 2. Indianapolis 3. an expert to investigate. lar election. Taxes can now be levied CONFLAGRATION. for street improvements, which are Warden In Hot Water. badly needed in the district A Flrr Destroys Property to the Amount Lexington. Ky.. Julv 11. Circuit or $100,000 at Galveston, Tex. Infant Left In a Flld to Die. Galvestox, Tex., July 13. There Judge Parker Thursday issued an orWaco, Ky., July 11. A horrible atwas another disastrous fire on the der against the warden of the Frankwharf here Sunday and property val- fort penitentiary to show cause why he tempt by a mother to make away with ued at $150,000 was destroyed. The should not be held in contempt for fail- her offspring is reported from Saxton's fire was of incendiary origin. Owing ure to produce Convict John Gatlin in Creek, Clay county. Mrs. Martha Wilder, living near there, it is charged, court to testify in the case of Ed to tho discovery it is believed the TO took her infant, only a lew days old, charged Avith assault. wharf fire of ten days ago was also out in an old field, and, laying it down of incendiary origin. The property deBroke .lalL in a secluded place, piled rocks around v Spotter Were Out. stroyed Sunday was a shed owned by Morkhead. Ky., July 11. Zora Tru-bit and rails over it, leaving it to die. Lexington, Ky., July 13. Lexington THE MARKETS. the Morgan Steamship company which confined in jail for robbing Hamilsaloons were closed tight as calked contained 2,000,000 yards of jute bag- - ton Bros', jewelry store of $200 worth A neighbor named Mrs. McQueen, hapWE ARE DAILY Cincinnati. July 1L ship hulls Sunday. The proprietors of watches, broke jail Friday and pened to pass a few hours afterward, FLOtm Sprtag lancy. 61103130 spring heard the cries of the child, and callw ere tipped that the grand jury had put The IJQfralo Deinokrut ltollB. RECEIVING OUR family, HJO&2.85; spring patent. l3.G0&a65; escaped to the mountains. Trubo con"Oh, but 1 never have them," I a squud of spotters in the field. E. STEBBi! aiUFACfl'CIG CO, winter patent. ei45a75. fancy. JieDil5 Mbffalo, N. Y., July 13. TheHuffalo fessed taking the watches, and was to ing for help, rescued it, but not until hear some of you exclaim. Weil family. 82525.75. extra, G15 40. low grade, Demokrat, leading German democratic bo removed to Owingsville for safe insects had eaten its limbs fearfully. So'e Jgeiti itl Iitihdttrn, An Unpleasant, Surprise. S1.75&200: ryo. northwestern, The mother Is under arrest t2.45.2i 60. do paper of western New York, announces neithor do I, only as 1 nfove into keeping. city, ti CO. Li.coi.x. Neb., July IS. There was SPmCFIElD, Ui that it can not consistently support the a house inhabited by them. CorWheat Sales: No. 2 red, track, LCo. Boy Drowned. Held tho OlHrers at Bay. a feeling of keen disappointment among AjcsU witted tutjihn. Coas Sales: No. 2 white, track, a white ticket nominated by the Chicago conTompkins ville, Ky., Jul3- - 11. The Lancaster, Ky., July 11. Hender- rosive sublimate has been proLincoln people when the news was ear. tract 28c: No. yellow, traok. 28a son Jones, who killed Wm. Cumley nounced son of Tim Coe, of read Sundaj- - morning of the action of some physicians inju- CsyCau be seen in operation at resiOats Sales- Sample mixed, track, 17 No. vention. The Demokrat will continue to be an Independent democratic paper Ky., was Friday morning at several days ago in this county and rious. Hence, many use carbolic dence of editor of Climax the democratic national committee in 8 mixed, track, 16o: do nearly whlto. 19o . . Notions, Hosiery, Gent's Furnishing Goods is Complete and support the democratic state and the river where a woman was washing then made his escape, was found in determining to have the two candidates No. 3 white (light weight), track, ISHo. acid on the bed. But when the Ste Sales. No. ! track. 28c. local nominations next fall. clothes, when he fell over the bank Pulaski a few days ago by the sheriffs of the party formally notified of their Hoes Select hutchers', fa 31 Into the water and was drowned. His of Pulaski, Rockcastle and Laurel bugs are not only about the beds, 5TOP yoBAceo. Three Drowned In Niagara Klver. nominations at Now York city instead good pacVers', tl30SS35: fair to3a 40; fair to good light, counties. He was concealed in a cabin, but around the room as well of at their respective homes. Citizens common androughs. H8533.2S. Buffalo, N. Y., July 13. A sail boat body has not yet been recovered. B.EB.D STARS. Cattle Fair to good shippers, tieiai.10; containing three young men capsized and when they approached him he fired and it is a fact that they breed in of Lincoln hal already begun planning Bornam to Oppose Pryor. How to Cure Yourself While Usin? Jt. for what it was confidently predicted good to choice butchers. U &"!. 10; fair to on the Niagara river near the foot of Lexington, Ky., July 11. Chairman on them and kept them off of Jiitn un- some of this western lumber, and medium butchers, 83.2563.75; common. SiS&a Austin street Sunday afternoon. The R. P. Stoll, of the appellate district til his two cousins came to his aid and would bo an epoch in the city's The tobacco hahit grows on a man un2.00. SnEp Axn Lambs Sheep: Extras, 17S: current in the river at this point ia committee, has called the committee to kept the officers at a distance until he cabins are; not infrequently built til liis nervous system is seriously affectand the action of the committee - strong and before good tocbolco.2&33,C5; common to fair. tt7J verjwas an unpleasant surprise. assistance could meet July 16, at Lexington, to declare made his escape. The governor has with them in the very boards Idea ed, impairing health, comfort anil happi- Santed-- An uj.vu. iuiuds: r.xtras, eai04i25; good to reach them they were drowned. offered 8150 reward for his arrest A. R. Burnam, Richmond, the repubclear the room of all matches or ness. To quit suddenly is too severe a Protect your Ideas; tlier may bring you wealth. The First llryan Cluh choice, t5.2536.75: common to fair. tX505.0Q, CO.. Patent JOHN WEDDEBUURN lican nominee for appellate judge for Veai. Calves Fair to good light, I5.0oa Atlanta Ball Team Goes to Pieces. London, O., July 13. Enthusiastic anything of that nature, then ap- shock to the system, as tobacco to any WriteWashington. D. C for their S13X) prlzo oiler Kentucky Popnllsts Pleased. 5.. a. extra. J400; common and large, 1503 and list ot two hundred lnrentlona wonted. Ga., July 13. Tho Atlanta this district, in opposition to Chief JusAtlanta, silver democrats met at the courthouse 4.75. Paducah, Ky.. July 11. CoL John C. ply a coat of gasoline over all the yeterate user becomes a stimulant that and organized a Bryan club. Bryan's Noble, one of the populist leaders of cracks and crevices of the beds. Wool Unwashed, fine merino, 9310o per baseball club of the Southern leaguo tice Pryor. PORK SfP system continually craves. "Bacc-Cur-o" has gone by the board. The managing Did the Shooting In nomination is coolly received by con- lb. quarter-bloo- d Ct c clothing. 12313c: medium the state, said Friday night: "Bryan's Not only may the beds be treated, his director declined to pay off Saturday is a scientific cure for the tobacco MUTTON men of the party, many of delalno and clothing. 12313c. braid: 113120: servative Bowlino Green, Ky., July IL Matt nomination is magnificent I shall use ccc medium combing. 13ei4c. Washod, flno night and notified the players that the Greene, who shot and killed Wes Dav- my efforts LIQUORS whom will not support the ticket. get the state convention thus, but picture frames, window habit, in all its forms, carefully comVEAL, FISH, merino, X to XX. 12c. medium clothing, 14 club would drop out of the league and enport in a difficulty on a street car in next week to instruct its delegates to casing and s, where the pounded after the formula of an eminent 15c; delaine fleece. 14&1&0; iong combing. to Fatally IJarned. 15a quit. Country Bacon. ccc ICC this city about a week ago, had h;s 8t Louis to vote for the nomination of paper, canvas or plastering is Berlin physician who has used 16c: d and low, l&aiSc; common ' Akron. O., July 13. In an explosion coarse, his it in 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD. examining trial Friday and was dis- Bryan as the head of the populist Catholic Church Destroyed by Fire. ll12c Break fa 5f. Ramn ccc kerosene, which she was using to of " broken. Do not be fearful o in private practice since 1S72, without a 1 ctj Chicago, July il Brooklyn, N. Y., July 13. The Ro- missed, as it vas plainly proved he did ticket" Calls on September wheat opened at SC.S'o, ICC btart a fire,Kittie Fink, 20, was Satur-ca- v Family and juring your lurniture, lrames or failure It is purely vegetable and guar- Pure Old Whiskies forand gallon Medi man Catholis church of the Visitation, the shooting in ranged between 5fli and 53Hc. last price m'ko. Cll morning fatady biirned. Her Puts opened cinal Uses, in 5 Dog Bit nim S3 Times. 10 ccc City Ham, 55j(c. ranged between corner of Verona and Ricljards streets, paper; not tho least injury will re- anteed perfectly harmless You can use at Klght Years In the Penitentiary. clothing was burned off, and death Packages, a specialty. CI "w was destroyed by fire at 11:55 p.m. Lexinoton, Ky., July 11. Eddy 55Jic last price 5jc Sun sult to them from its use. If it is all tho tobacco you want while taking ccc Lexington, Ky., July 11. In the Lanckart, an ' ier an hnr Lard, Sausage. Calls on September corn opened at 27Xc boy, was bitccc day night-- The loss is estimated at circuit court Thursday Moses Holeman, ten by notify vou when sold at 27Jic. Ingt price. 27o. I'uts" opened at It will a mad dog Thursday morning. possible to do so, close the room 8150,000, insurance 260,000. Silver Creek Liquor Company, CTUc. sold at 27Ua.r7Uc. Is it crlre 27Ufit.Wtr. BUS I MtATS THE MARKETS AFFORD colored, was glyen eight years in the Anns' feet and legs were horribly lac- tightly, and leave until the next you stop. AVe give a written guarantee Naval Veterans' Convention. Jockey Itny Dismissed. . penitentiary for overpowering Guard erated, the boy receiving 23 separate-wound- day; done early in the morn- to cure permanently any case with three or if New York, July 7. The eleventh Lexington, Ky., July 9. Harry Ray, Yates, taking his pistol, beating him from the dog's teeth. The dog boxes, or refund the money with 10 per Wholesale Dealers, Annual convention of the national assothe colored jockey, was dismissed in up and escaping from the workhouse. was promptly killed. The boy's wounds ing, then aired thoroughly in tho cenL interest. " is uota subciation of naval veterans was called to the circuit court Wednesday on tho afternoon, the beds may be slept Silver Creek, Ky. were cauterized and he may tret well. Charged With False Pretenses. order Monday morning in Webster charge of stealing a diamond ring, in the same night. I ho little pests stitute, but a bcientilic cure,- that cures Greenup, Ky., July 11. G J Clogen halL Rear Admiral Samuel Alman lodged against him by Pearl Britton, :?& la in jail, charged with obtaining take the hint, and betake them- without the aid of will power and villi Next to Richmond National Bank on presided. Capt Fred E. Haskins, the wife of Jockey t Britton. money under false pretenses. He has Main St. Telephone 51. selves to more congenial quarters, 110 incoin enienee. It leaves the system national secretary, called the roll and Buildings Struck by Lightning. as been soliciting citizens to take memabout 200 delegates responded to their and never more return to the gas- daypure and free from nicotine as the Hopkinsville, Ky., Douglas & Smith. yon took yourfirat chew or smoke. names. The proceedings were opened a storm near Elmo July 9. During bership in the Standard collection oline. Farm and Fireside. several buildin'gs agency, Wheeling, W. Va. CUlUa I1V BACO CUKO A NO GAl'EI THIRTY .3. oLiu, wuu icu in prayer. ij. ROUTE Rear Admiral Alman then read his an- were struck by lightning. A little son A Murder at McDanlels. POCNKb- of Gris Jones received a severe shock, -- UEST UKE TO) AMB FRQ- MBRIDGE FORD'S nual report. 1QT n Leitciifield, Ft W 9 but is not thought to bo fatally in- Danlels, 12 miles Ky., July 11 At Mc- e Froni hnndreds of testimonials, the Capt. Swlborg Serving Ills Sentence. from here, John rf briginals of which are on file and open Philadelphia, July 7. J. Swiborg, jured. shot and instantly killed Bill EarNick Ray Captured. late captain of the steamer Horsa, to inspection, the following is presented: ly. They were employed on the farm "I was troubled, a long time, with Columbia, Ky., July 9. Nick Ray, of Dr. J. H. Hart. Carwile is ,under SEE THEM ! whose conviction for engaging in an S!lil YcvUbnlcJ Train, wltii Huuo Pnrlor Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jim 2S, 1S05. CaisKleiSiiU acsick headache. It was usually A CONFIDENTIAL CHAT Oucues. Din Inn ;ni. alleged Cuban filibustering expedition, who killed Albert Scott at Edmonton arrest. EXAMINE THEM ! companied with severe pains in the Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Slwjpini. Ciirn, iujiI Iwivot iiuineU l'r.vaie was affirmed by the su reme court of July 4, was captured near Edmonton between two men- or wouicn generally y Dejiiiittix-n- : To Punish Physicians. hunet H'eepiiis Cars, Pl'RCHASE THEM! temples and sickness at the stomthe fact that one or both are troubled the United States, surrendered himself and placed in jaiL There are some Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen t For forty tnrni.lifd wltli toilet accessories In Lewisburg, Ky., July 11. There Is a by sickness of some kind. One man i. all Monday and began serving his seneach uiiiiartineut. Itet leimlnul btuttou. fears of mob violence tyeart-ach. I tried a good many remedies 151. to toliaci-nsed in all its forms. Fur movement on foot here to punish phyright except his rheumatism, another has a tence of one year and I itrivf,it,.-ft..- n fovir months in ,,f !... unit? L " shght touch " of dyspepsia, another has the eastern recommended for Death of Isaac S. Sillier. sicians for utiv4iij-u- i with the jwajo ui lllttb .:... t was a penitentiary. bilious headaches, and another is too nervST- Lexington, Ky., July 9. Isaac S. law requiring birth registrations and this complaint; but grit sufferer from general debihtv and ous to sleep well. What's to be done abont it? The annual readjustment of presi- Miller, aged 82, is dead. He was one to enforce its observance in the future. The Finest While Sulnliur it was not until I beSolid VvMbuIer Trains wltli KnuVt Parlor heart For fifteen years I tried The situation is scnous. Little things dential postmasters' salaries was made of Lexington's oldest citizens. Carlilssssssssssssssssssssssi.ilsssssssssssHilV9 Cbnclitt ami Dlului: gan taking haveawayofKCttingbig. Big diseases are ifco quit, bur couldn't. PT Committed Suicide by Shootlnc and Chalybeate Water I took various Iiulfrt.SleepliiiiCHr. Bridge,Cars nml Winner m KnterlURbt Loulaver bad things. Sleeplessness brings irritable public by First Assistant Postmaster noUmtg the Pineville, Ky., July IL Because 31MTlianU' tU;w tunnel. remedies, amonir others nerves, loss of flesh, loss of appetite. Sleep- General Jones a few days ago. In Died From Her Burns. in the Wcrld. less people soon pet their bodies into such West Virginia, thirteen offices have jt?PEWa Marion, Ind., July C Rebecca, the the girl he loved did not return his af .jMnsm Best music and fil'The Indian Tobacco Antidote.'" "Duti- ORCHESTRA a condition that Taylor, a young farmer find it easy salaries increased, owing, to increased child of 31. Hertsmanj fection Hert here, Tafw Jr'"s uun x recuivti to Iodde there and propagate. People die committed suicide Dancing Hall in the State. e Chloride of Gold," etc., etc., but none anythinglikoperma-- i business during the past year, while proprietor of the Fair in this city died living near h from the agcTaration of an aggregation of if hi in,, ;pi lueni did me the least bit of eood. Friday evening by shooting himself. W Hotel well appointed. Sunday morning at four o'clock from things. The more promptly a disease or four offices have the salaries reduced. nent benefit, A sinFinally, however, I purchased a box of , The only Tnrufe HUeplug Canine fromf flisorderis met the more quickly it is cured. The increases are as follows: Ulue-fiel- burns received Saturday evening while Will Pay the Police. gle box of. these pills did tho work Mr. Goo. StevenF, Olerlr. Most all sickness starts in the stomach. " and Lexington, Ky., July 11. After two has S1.M0 to 82,000: Clarksburg, Sl.- - playing In the yard. Sho had Witfor me, and I am now a well man." Prof. Ino. 0. Miller, Leader jour nm of the habit it all entirely '"' liver or lungs. Rheumatism, scrofula, eccured 900 to 82,000, Fairmont, 51,900 to 52,000; nessed the celebration of the Fourth of months' squabbling over the matter, in its fgrms, zema, consumption, come about because C. H.Hutchinqs, East Auburn, Me. ot Orchestra. , Lewisburg, SI, 100 to 31,200; Morgan-towinsufficient, impure or impoverished blood ind I have increased thirty noutwji m July by the small boj-- in the neigh- the general council Thursday decided For ftie rapid cure of Constipais present. The diseased blood finds the Free Bowling Alley and Bi- weight and am relievo i from nil the Tile "Foothwevtern Xhniteil" HoJlil Vestl 81,600 to SL700; Point Pleasant, borhood, and, securing fomu matches, to pay the police their salaries fox the we iest spot in the body and a local symp-Ujtion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Nau81,300 to S1.400; Sistersville, $1,700 to attempted to make a bonfire of newsmonths of April, May and June. Trulus, wltli Library, cycle Track. Free Kindergar- iSmHcroua aches and pains o body and CUM and SinoKlnyCai-i-CvnibiuaWon m;o()Ii, . appears. If the impurity is supplanted l.iif'ct U'nsiior sea, and all disorders of Stomach, Lure Brooh Refused a New Trial. b mt ElrgantCoachennd Uhitug Cant, laud ten Tor children. wis good, rich, red, healthy corpuscles. 82,000; Buckhannon, S1.5D0 to 81.600: papers, when her clothing caught fire. ind. "I could write a qntre of LViper lapaeKgcrstn t disease will have nothing to feed on. Elkins, 81,100 to 81,400; Grafton, S1.700 West Liberty, Ky., July 11. Judge Liver, and Bowels, take alcls ret A trained Ladv Tocalist. Suicided With Morphine. anon lny chanzed fadings and romhtian Deiot. Poslllvcy ii; Ferry Tr UiJer. to 81,S00; Mannlngton, 51,500 to 81,000; Kenner has refused a new trial to Lafe Wababh, Ind.. July ,7. At North ticket rends via "Blli POUR Yours respectfully, P. H.31.vkbubv,' Piedmont, $1,500 Brooks, who was sentenced to hang SrrfL S! ?wttej it will force out the 81,100 to" 81,200. to $1,600; Ronceverte, Manchester, this county,, James l, Decrease Alderson,, PrthtorG.P. Church, Ciajton, Ark. 3- - 'b. H'COEMICK September 35 for "the murder, of Gua IN D. B. M A STIN y - - - $2.00 per day. aged 72 years, took, morphine! with 3oard, ' sstt sH" SlB ci.iixi 10 i,wu; ii.eys6T, i,uu to SI. 400; suicidal intent McKinzio. SoldhyaltdtitgtUa at $1.00 per box, ''His family disFjfeengec TriifflcM2r oco. Pss?,Tlit. 2lsi -'BIO.CO to 312.59 - per week, Charles Town, 81.S0O to $1,700, and New covered his RICHMOND. Hoisted a Cuban Flag. iree boyes; (thirty treatment!, condition, and attempted nrvfivviTt J VVt.lJVLl, Columbus. O., July eJtfjy appetite and healthy flesh, n Cumberland, $1,400 to SL3. s2;58 wHh .to relieve him, but ho determinedly written gaarAmec, V r Piils H " ; morning MrvPerry I), (lath HHt dirwt Hiton receipt of firltsg. Swgiw Qenrl, ,!,& , rtag.lly jfought'thcmflffaneVdiodfJi few .hours Jjttban. insurgent flag to theiioisleda. ,r? laemMroBer It miViu ncA,i .,i. top of a Ktodal and Diploma at WorWf ?atf. "latejHfc had thrweaecl iortie ! k;wiH cure nv slckmH, & ' Ble rite for booJcWt aiidjjBtwft. ' StL'ek Park rink-- TWfia'the- first kkeiJU8 Utfe'wisljji sup- - Tlulkn - ' ornmp..Y. tat. itiswiirimi , W ,De rxfewd laQiio.' .- -fak "mt Mtt fer fear's lir.sn.ak -4 21 uwm wm ug. vh, ut vrosjoe, wig. i dir: : m T. im " . z hi-i !: riwu&c 7. nmn i jk:t . --I1I1T j , if- 3sssssss,w ?, . M wW " BtMK.immBw;mwiK.i - ..E -- -- .hnMmtMitomnvXnitxJmQi tS - . J- . - M.I ... 1 .. . .. . " tk. (i I UAT1HL UUiD rl TT. irl..ai . ..F" -' . . "Us" "V i a - is..---"cr ii ...' - ' ' '1 A, " . . . v . . " . Ks7"".fostunM. mr J . a F.A.iB i tt Lr e Bl !tS nfWtmtmwwKAiAi'fSrVT, - - sUr , ittSasW1iwTlssWssssfsWMtti iiF &si3:Xa-wfi fiiftiti iM" .. ... . h 'iiva VBraissTwTjriimiijMil1m t , t& o. iWfllsWWMsssslissi1 ill ? Bostoli..1.. and chain. Richard Gardner, aged 72 years, living at 511 West Broad street, Columbus, O., took his life Saturday by shooting himself twice in the head. Despondency was the cause. Couldn't Dance With Iloth. g Vancebcrg, Ky., July 13. Wm. The treasury department has awardshot and mortally wounded Tom ed the contract for terra cotta work Perry at a picnic on Quick's Run, three and fireproofing the Milwaukee public miles, west of this city. The affair building to the Engine and Fire Prof-in- g Co., of Chicago, at SS9,800. originated over a young lady. It Messrs. John Hays Hammond, Solly fcccms as though both of them had usked the young lady for a danco. Joel, Geo. A. Farrar and Lionel PhilPerry's company was accepted, and lips, the Johannesburg reformers, ro Bellang, in a fit of jealous rage, shot leased from prison, have arrived in him. Plymouth, Eng., from South Africa. Lord Salisbury has arranged to leave Fire Near Carlisle Carlisle. Ky., July IS. The large London early in August for the Riviera, dining hall and several prominent Parliament will not have adjourned bebuilding were burned at Deering camp fore the premier starts, but reasons of grounds, near this city The Knights health and of state also, expedite his of Pythias state encampment was in departure. Reports received from the south of session on the grounds, but the fire y will not interfere with the meeting. Germany and say that in those sections the harvest of wheat Loaa to the company about S5.000. and rye is unusually good. In Rouma-ni- a To Vote on Local Option. Columbia, Ky., July 13. Saturday very the harvest of wheat uud corn la abundant. the voters of Adair county are exGeorge Helms, S3 years old, telepressing themselves for or against the graph editor of sale of liquor. There was a big tem- died in the New tho New York Herald, York hospital at frur perance rally at the fair grounds, huno'clock Saturday morning of henrt faildreds of people being present. Both ure about 15 minutes after having been bides are confident of success. stricken at his desk in the Herald edInjured In a Itunaway. itorial rooms. FliAXKFOltT, Ky , July 13. M. L. Right Hon. Sir Augustus Berkeley Carmody, an guard, Paget died at Hatfield, Eng., Saturday, was seriously and perhaps fatally Inaged 73 years. He was British minisjured in a runaway He suffered a ter to Saxony in minister to diep cut on the head, a broken leg and Denmark from 1S5B to l&GG; minister to other injuries. He came here a few Italy from 1&70 to 1SS3 and ambassador ears ago from Carlisle. to Austria from lb&4 to 1S93. A number of local bankers and finanToo Much Ualn ut .laibson. Jackson, Ky., July 13. There has cial men, of Toronto, OnU, Interviewed been a tide in the north fork of the Saturday expressed the opinion that Kentucky rher for ten days continuthe adoption of a silver standard by ously The rain has done great damthe United States would seriously afage to oats in this section, while in fect the business relations of the domany places corn has been completely minion with that country and that drowned out. Canadian investment would undoubtedly suffer. GrimoN Is Dead. Gi A6SOW, Ky.. July 13. John Forecast for Monday. Grimes, who was shot by Will McClan-uha- n Washington. Julv 13. Kor Kentucky-Thun- der showers, southerly winds. at Cave City Saturday evening, For Ohio Showers, light to Iresh variable as the rejult of a quarrel forced on winds by tirimes over betting on For Indiana Fair Monday mornlng.lollowed the election, died from his wound Sun- by showers, southerly winds. day evening The New Cincinnati Dally Paper. Father Kearney Honored. Cincinnati. July 13. The Morning Lemxotov, Ky., July 13. Rev Father Star, the new daily newspaper L. F. Kearney, 0. P., of this city, has will make its appearance in this city been appointed by the pope as visitator about the first of August. It will lie to the Pacific coast. His mission is to strictly republican in politics inestigate the Dominican priesthood and anti-rinThe new publication and students. will btart with a large subscription list The Laughlln Murder TrlaL and good advertising patronage. Jas. IlltooKsviLLK, Ky , July 13. Bob M. Glenn, lnte of the Cincinnati TribLaughlin. who kfl'ed his wife and une, is reported to be at the head of n tie February 14. and burned their the new concern. biKiies, is on trial here before Judge Separate State Conventions. Harbison. A large and excited crowd Wilmington, DeL, July 13. Thenig-gin- s is in town. and Addlcks republicans have., btabhed in the Hack. elected delegates to the eepaVate state Lkj.ixgto.n-- , Ky.. July 13. Ollle Fore-toconventions of the and Frank Benson, newsboys, en- be held next week factions, which will gaged in a difficulty at NorjJi?news Dover respectively. at Georgetown and Efforts are under depot Sunday. ai.d15ensc-a- s stabbed way tho two state convenin the back by F orston. The womnd is tions to induce on an to unite electoral ticket. dangerous. This may be accomplished, but double Almost a Xonogmarlan. names for governor and congressman ''jiwxiNSViM.E, Ky., July 13. MaJ. are probable. John Stites died Saturday evening, Sealing Schooners Missing. aged so years. He remembers well Victoria, B. a, July 13. It is ruwhen the site of this city was covered mored here that 13 Victoria sealing with a forest, and Indians were to be schooners are among the missing craft seen. on the coast of Japan since the big Fatally bhot Ills Wife. tidal wave of a few weeks ago. An efKy.. July 13. Flnley fort has been Staxfokii. made to Campbell here shot and it is believed with interested persons communicate in Japan upon fatally wounded his wife. It is be- the subject, but so lieved that jealousy prompted his and the greatest far without result, uneasiness urevaila action. Campbell has been arrested. here. Austro-Uungar1S5S-5- 9, aa K Y., w as slugged at "Williamburg, la., and robbed of 2,500 in cash and a gold watch Wm. Gray, a horse buyer & Co., of East Buffalo, for Cran-da- ll of tho fifteenth annual Christian convention in tession here. This nnmber represents all Endeavor-ernot residents of Washington whe the booths foi have come to .their registration cards and badge since the opening of the convention or 'Wednesday. It does not include tht vast army of Washingtonians ami suburbanites who have entered intc tho enthusiasm of the occasion who are attending the constant of meetings and whe succession are as profusely decorated with badges and ribbons as the Endeavoren themselves. If all who seek tho meet Ings on tho white lot are counted a; .participants In this connection, the number placed at the head of this dispatch must be doubled. Not even ai Boston, where there were 23,00( the state from as registered of Massachusetts alone, were there such crowds at the evening meetings as gathered Friday night and Saturday morning in and around the three big tents south of the white house. The local committee received warning Saturday that large bodies of delegates are moving on to Washington from Delaware, Maryland and eastern Pennsylvania, and they expect large additions to the registers before nightfall. Secretary Baer stated Saturday morning that this convention would outnumber in delegates that of any convention ever held, if the registrations from within the state were not counted. This is considered a fair basis of comparison, as states like Massachusetts are exceedingly strong in Christian Endeavorer pocleties. The exact figures of each state's delegations will be made public next week at the close of the convention. A list of SO meetings arranged to bo hold In the tents and churches Sunday afternoon offered varying attractions to the 40,000 Christian Endeavor delegates In attendance here upon the Fifteenth International convention. They were mostly denominational rallies, and they drew crowds according to tho numerical strength of each particular denomination. After these rallies Evangelist B. Fay Mills, of Ft. N. Y., addressed a large audience of citizens in Tent Washington. He created a mild sensation in the middlo of his sermon by a pointed reference to Candidate McKinley. A Sabbath observance meeting was held also in Central hall, Mr. William Shaw, of Boston,, presiding. Speeches were made by Wilbur F. Crafts, of Washington; Mrs. Henry T. McEwen, of New York, and others. ' Monday is the closing day of the convention, Tuesday being given up entirely to sightseeing. s Ed-war- Robert Laughlin, who murdered his wife and niece at Augusta' lust February, Thurswas taken to J3rookville day morning by Deputy Sherif Frank, of Bracken county, for trial His lawyers will endeavor to have his case continued, and if this is refused they will ask for a change of venue. If these motions are refused Laughlin will be placed on trial at once for his life. The officials are a little uneasy, and precaution has been taken to prevent mob violence as there have been some rumors of a mob. 10. Matbvili.e, Ky., July Want Taxes Reduced. Frankfort, Ky., July 7. Richard P. Jmst, of Covington, was here Monday before the board of valuation, endeav-rin- g to have the board assessment of he franchise of tho Newport and Cov-ngtBridge Co. and of the Gov ngton as Co. reduced. James B. Helm, of Louisville, was also here in the inter- st of the Henderson Bridge Co., and ieclined to pay the taxes on the amount tssessed in order that the matter may kj tested in court and taken to the United States supreme court. r w&wt:?&)M&?M)!&w&m 1 T J I liTlTrPvM Br I Nr VIGORfMEH Eisllf. Quick!,. PeriMBSsiIy Rssfsral. BBFCR'-w AFTER"W. - loss VlUlltT. Nerroas DebllUy. losomnta, Fxni&r HAmorr tLa!?, Wasting Diseases and all WmHismm rssoiuac fRSa elrtr crlrz excesses, tl per box. B for 85. MallnJ Mlna. Tno Bast Metflgine K: g;?u S tacjalreooreci3a Ssssssssssssss''',Ms,,,,,M,,,,','',M" 'eSTSold by G. White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. "!. V ) IM"M'""' &9?V&Gtt2&'M3?tt9$ Lexington, Ky., July 9. The smallest and youngest alleged criminal ever before a Lexington court was Moses Wells, ten years old and colored, charged with the murder of Charles Fontmeroy Wells was up before Judge Bullock, and as there was no evidence against him sufficient to hold him over to the circuit court his 'case was dismissed. Fontmeroy was found drowned in a pond near Donerail several weeks ago. Uartford Fair Grounds Sold. Hartford, Ky., July 9. C L. Griffin and Capt. S. K. Cox, of this place, have purchased the Ohio county fair grounds and are making preparations' to have tha best fair held here in 30 years, provided proper encouragement is shown by the town and county. Iloth are men of capital and no expense will be spared to make the fair a success. It will bo held the last week in September. Moses Wells Dismissed. leroic rescue of a boatload of children from death In the "Kentucky river ,wo years ago, Monday saved the lives if Arthur Harris and Moses Hill, both if whom he brought out of the Ken- ucky river on his back. Sew'ell lives near Waco, and has saved 30 lives near-thdangerous hendVof the Kentucky between IrvlueJand Ford. Bowline Green Northern Itallroad. Bowling Green, Ky., July 7. CoL W. R. Vaughan and Col. M. H. Crump,, the promotors of the Bowling Green He Has Saved Thirty Lives. Richmond, Ky., July 7. Jack So well,, .vho earned the title of life-savby tho er IR S Jill IR Ru ( ) llliwviWM! S?!Pvea 'fjiJPKaC fcM OUR ENTIRE STOCK OE CLOTHING, DRY e) (0 ) (9 9) 9) ) ) J 7. Takers of oil leases in Martin county, Ky., are paying an average of S3 an acre and guaranteeing interest in all wells that may be put down upon the. Middlebdro, Ky., July 9. Arrange- land which lies in the Marrowbone field. Nearly all of tho territory has ments have been made by the Georgetown college to take charge and run been secured by the representatives of tho Janie Wash institute, of this place, the Standard Oil Co. this year, and citizens of Middleburg Killed by a Nail Head, are rejoicing that the college la on a Butler, Ky., July 7. William Johnsolid foundation again. son, a carpenter of this place, died suddenly Monday night While driving a Snlclded In Jail. Richmond, Ind., July 7. Isaac nail In a roof the head flew off, strika well known resident of thig ing him In the eyeball. Physicians city, committed suicide by hanging in did not think tho wound dangerous, the county jail. Some teeks ago Mr. but inflammation of the brain set in and Purnell's wife died and the loss so death ensued in a few minutes. preyed en his mind that on Friday it Vote On the Liquor Question Asked. was noticed that he had become menRussellville, Ky., July 7. A petitally deranged and he was locked up in tion with about 115 names attached the jail for safe keeping. was filed here asking County Judge CoL Mcllsh Reclgns. Harrison to call an election for SeptemColumbus, 0., July 8. Col. W. B. ber 5 to take the sense of the voters of Mellsh has resigned as a member of this city on the liquor question. Prothe staff of Gov. BushnelL Melish hibition has been in vogue hero for ten mailed his formal announcement on years. July 4, and accompanied it with a perLock No. 7 Damaged by a Freshet. sonal letter to the governor. This is Frankfort, Ky., July 7. A report the result of Gov. Buslinell's failure to was received here Monday morning ' SUNDAY'S GAMES. appoint Melish a member of the water from river men that Lock No. 7, in the The Winners Wero Cincinnati. Waahlnc works commission after he agreed to Kentucky river suffered great damage ton, Baltimore and Cleveland. do so without Melish's solicitation. As by the severe rain on July 1 and 5. The 6 7 8 9 n II E Innings .. .1 2 3 4 yet the latter has not heard from the cofferdam and other works under con9 13 J Cincinnati- 4 11100 110S o o 5 10 : governor. struction were damaged S20.000. Brooklyn 0 0 0 one-eighth of the Owens-borerts, the jolly Tribune, will be appointed private secretary to Gov. Bradley and assume tho duties of the oilice on August 1, to succeed Louis II. Dolson, who has occupied the position temporarily. Janle AVa.h Institute. ex-edit- July 9. It was given out Wednesday that Fred II. Rob- Frankfort, Gov. Bradley's Secretary. Ky., o Northern railroad, have already begun to make the arrangements for of the road. Everybody along the route Is giving cross ties by tho thousands and right of way. It looks very much like the road will bo built without a doubt. V Justice Fells a Prisoner With a Chair. NiciiOLAsviLLE, Ky., July 6 A. tramp was brought before City Judge Crutcher Monday evening and fined $1 and costs. This provoked the prisoner to upbraid his honor, who resented tho insolence by landing a vicious blow on the tramp's head with a chair, cutting a long gash. The judge made the fine 310 and remanded the prisoner to the workhouse. -- i& g 9 (C "The North .. h'ole made use ot .. .. . at last. m. mm a GOODS, Shoes and Eurnishing Goods must be closed out at 2 & ?i Battle MjnMv $ FIRE m 0) ) -Come and ffet bargains. is now going on. MilliDeri. at SALE (a e) o) ( Ashland, Ky., July Oil Leases In Martin County. Always at the front and wherever H "BATTLE AX" goes it is the g ill OlllL for its fine flavor and quality H markable as for its low price. A 5 cent piece 1 of " BATTLE AX" is almost as rv r 01large as a iyj cent piece oi any ouier z. tfC equally good tobacco. $ O UAUlg XL XS .L-- PLUG 4-- wtr vfcykfy tCJyjfairly i PRICES! Our e) J sale ) ) e; ( ) Uvvf ul5&Ul ; c,;!- - u- - ; 12 r. lf .. 6reat Baraips. ( HENRY- - KLEIN 210 MAIN STREET, -- HON. KY. ) ) e ) ) RICHMOND. 9 Pur-nel- l, i m&immmmwz&i&w,frimi&immi&i o THIS DANGEROUS ARMY vSaXa2JS23vASS3SSv5 IUFLE. 1 1 Batteries Ehret and Gray; Grim. Umpire Sheridan Innings. St,Loui3 . Washington 0 0 4 Barper and 9 B H 0 1 4 one-ce- all ale, beer and porter houses and Batteries Donahue and McFarland; King other places where intoxicating liquors are sold. It is a decided victory for tho and McGulro. Umpire Battln. league, a committee of that Innings n o E organization being present to urge the 10 4 Louisville .... 7 14S Baltimore passage of the ordinance, which goes Batteries McMahon and Clark. Cunning- into effect July 16. IIIU. Miller and Dexlor. Umpire ham. ..1234567 0 10 0 10 0 4 0 Winchester a Temperance Town. O., Jul3' 8. Council at its meeting passed an ordinance closing Winchester, Business Houses Taxed. Ky., July 7. Monday the city council passed ordinances Catlettsburo. 2 0 114 13 .OllOllSSl 12 3 4 ISS4567B 000002000 5 0 anti-saloo- n taxing all professional and business houses of all kinds. No one in any kind of business escaped. The bond issue was voted down. The amounts ran from one dollar to S100. Babe Beheaded by Cars. Moroanfield, Ky., July 7. Tho child of John Able was killed by a train on the Ohio Valley railroad at 0 o'clock Monday afternoon. Its head was severed from the body. two-year-o- ld anti-Co- x state crop bulletin for July, issued by the state Butteries Brlggs and Kittrldge; Wilson board of agriculture Monday, shows that wheat has fallen off four more and Zlnuner Umplro Emslio. points, due to the work of the Hessian How They Rank. fly and rust, and Is now put" at 15 per up a Club: Clubs. W L. PC cenfc. of an average crop. Corn is put Cinclnn """'"-- Philadelphia 34 Sd .ist Clerel (Jounce .C6T, Brooklyn 34 37 .47! at 95 per cent., potatoes at 93 and oats 23 .661 Washings n 30 37 .4 Chicago. Cleveland.. Innings.... 011000000261 000040100 5 10 7 8 t a n I 1 Ohio Crop Bulletin. Columbus, O., July 7. The ,,y MADE A TOWN. Lntonla, Ky., Is Now a City of the Sixth Class. U8ltJPs Pittsburgh. 39 29 27 31 40 35 .574 New 644r6t-Loul- s. York. 27 39 15 54 16 49 408 at 101. .SMI n I'ca Crop Destroyed by a Fungus. Pictou, O., July 7. A fungus is de- Rap-Id- mar-shall- $200,-00- 0 War-fiel- d, o, Something for sportsmen to consider seriously, it they intend lo A farmer near Memphis has made get one of the 3S calibre army $."05 this year off one acre of ground, on rilles, is the great penetration nl uhicli lie cultivated raspberreis. (he bullets. One of the bullets would kill a man through a four-foo- t spruce tree, or a cow a mi e No ordinary and more away. tree can be depended on to stop one of the.se bullets, and it might ea.iily travel halt a mile tlnouiili the dens-- wiods and hit a man LEST MADE far out of sight with deadly eilect. Field and Stream says that the Unique, efficient, labor savin;:. Will sprinkle 4 times greater area than next legislature ot great game any others, llighfst award at the Chicago Exposition. States should pass a law prohibitThe "Littlc Gixt' Thavei.ixg Law x ing the use of a jacketed bnller, Si'kinki.fic is an ingenious, efficient, and because ot the danger to human itMiiui-riii-i mtiuniiiL. umieran umiiiary pounds upwards beings. Anotliei aigutnent it water pressure of 30 ct( ".inlMtior lirx.!. ;nwl will ilr:i 1(10 fppt. it offer in favor of such a law WJil propel itself blowlvand coutinuou-.lin either straight a circle of have great influence on the men UMireu aoiameter,line or its speed mayany wmle be who do not wish to wound wilh- - varied at will from 15 to 500 fet per hour. out killing the game. "This class By means of a figured dial plate it of bullets is usele&s for large game may be Aset to trael anytodesired distance. moment suffices" change its unless soft pointed," it says, "as speed from the highest to the lowest may he gauged to distribute a and it rarely kills instantly, but allows epray iteffectively o er a sw.irtli varying the game to die irom internal in width from o'to 50 feet, while b simply throwing it of gear it instantly hemorrhage and in terrible agony converted into outstatioxauyi sprinkler a out of reach." "When such a rille of 'Iexceptional efficiency. he propelling force is is used for big game a bullet that hack pressure of water insupplied by the arms mushrooms should be employed. causing them to revolve with force and rapiditj while at the same time they Tho mushrooming bullet will kill throw out a nuespiay or mist. Body of made anything, a& it goes clear through "painted." sprinkler standard of iron made of Amis and an oik, moose or deer, and tho bnws "nickel plated." Bodv, 20 inches long, 15 inches wide over all Wheels, lorce of the impact would knock 10 inches diameter. Height of tip of a runniim grizzly down. New arm head, 15 inches. Total weight, 40 pounds. York Sun. The "Little Uiant" Sprinkler received highe-- t award at the World's Colum- 'vr i.'V'pkmj'iiixt nii; ol-ii- t the 110AV .. . .......pv. BUGS. (FREIGHT PAH).) PRRiCE, $15.00. D.iniel DcFoe, a young English soldier, who ciaiius to be u lineal deceudent of Daniel DeFoe .author of "Kobinson Cru boe," died of consumption in San Iran cisco recently. ui Fancy Mes. ...... I !li "Mi Sat") Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all juris of tow n. Canned Goods. Carrel. Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. EST"Come andsee me Green Groceries .alt by the II 1 IIEE. v " - R. Rowland, JUST RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM ! NEWY0RK OUR Spring Stock of Laces and broideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. DOME AND SEE THE BARGAINS WE HAVE FOE YOU! SELECT FROM KND LOWEST PRICE LSRGEST STOCK , 4. f 11 Two-Year-O- ld - two-year-o- ld Mnr-tinsbur- g, b' otjis stoce: oie1' SHs SPRING GOODS qojTt Ml hia-tor- , Attor-cer- s, OBGLIiS&SlTN, tec e. BEEF, base-boad- FIE M Quarter-bloo- self-defens- e. vjuutiy t"wui cit nam, fol-Icv- Ba I "Baco-Curo- ," s "Bsico-Curj- Prompt- Delivery. iv. 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