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The silver men of tbe United States clnltn that n free coinage law in this country would raise the price of agricultural and other products ot the United States to the level of Mexico's eilver prices. This is universally conceded by the gold bugs, but they claim that though there would be nn apparent and nominal rise in prices, there would be no real rise, because our money would all depreciate to t3ie present bullion value of the silver dollar, so that, measured in gold, prices would be ho higher than before. But now comes Mr. Clews ond that, uneler the operation of a free coinage law in the United Stntes, Ihc silver dollar coined by virtue thereof tvo'uld po'wcss twice the present purchasing power of tho Mexican dollar, which is equivalent to a stntement that it would bo Worth twico ns milch in gold as the 6a mo quantity of uncoined silver bullion is now worth. This, in Us turn, is equivalent to a confession, br concession, that a free coinage low in tho United States, nt the ratio of sixteen to one, would restore "the parity of the metnls" nt that ratio, which is just what the silver men claim. We Welcome Mr. Clews Into the silver ranks, but he must mako hnstc lo comprehend that If free coinage, into a. standard silver dollar of 37iyj grains of pure silver gives such dollar twice the present purchasing power cf the Mexican ekllar, or of 371 grains of silver bullion, then the Mexican dollar also will rise in valuo to meet the descending value of gold, nnd will itself become worth as much as the. gold dollar and, hence, equal in value with the United StatCB silver dollar. As doubling the "purchasing power" of money is equivalent to cutting in linlf or reducing CO per cent, the prices of everything, Mr. Clews might incidentally explain why the Mexican people should be likely to want to thus reduce the prices of their commodities nnd in so doing double the burden of their entire domestic indebtedness. " "What fools we mortals be!" As to Mr. Clews' final proposition, it is rot pure rot nnd contradicting rat at that. If the United Stntes silver dollar, under free coinage, possessed twice the value and double the purchasing power of the present Mexlran dollar, 't would be upon a par with gold and that's the end ot it. Mr. Clews assertion was answered by Bunker William t St. John in his speech before the St. Ixduis silver convention. Said he: "The opposition threatens us with a flood of Europe's silver opened mints. We answer, Euro, no silver but her silver money. Her Bilver money values silver nt from three cents to seven cents on the dollar higher than ours. Hence the European merchant or banker must sacrifice from three to seven per cent, of his full legal tender money in order to recolu it at our mints. Europe's silverware, liko America's silverware, carries in it the additional value-o- f labor and the manufacturer's profit." Mr. Clews is talking through his hot. MX) de-tlur-e.s If jit NB lK'Hi J) '! JIuIjjIU 1X1 i yAW Ymm! jH wMLj ' q.rminjxnJirutnnnjTrurinjutJinutJtjir m( MmS, r" ' J0B ! DAREFUI-I-- Y work iI executed. NUMBEK 10. W m fm 1 ItiF 9lfaWl VOLUME X. fever mid ague, the mercurial diseaaed patient, how they recovered health. t fietr. (til xrn arid koc1 yon. HONS KENTUCKY, SILVER IN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1896. Latest U.S. Go, 't Report I IH H H lyie.llcx, recovered tiilluu suflrrci, victims of ASK th SOME TERSE TRUTHS. Tb Arcvmant In a C. S. tlclMitc retite;theyrillteU br taking KM. i.tvCK LAtTtH Th RttlW. Cheapest. Purest and Best Pamliy Medtrltre In tbe World I Vor ClVSrEPSlA, CONSTIPATION. t)..er Hrartbnrtv, tncntrirx rvht-rDieae II Hll curt all Diseases caused by DiranfV-men- t el the Liver and Bowels. The .S.YMPTOMS ol Liver Complaint lire a t- or b J taste in thr mouth; Pain in the ilarV, Sils or Join's. often mistaken tor Kheu-- r' ni, Sour Stofflacht Lo,s of App-tlt- e; inwi alternately ros'ue and lax; Headache: loss of Memory, 'frith a painful sensation 01 to do something which ought to Iwirg liar- - bttn done; Debility; Low Spirits, a thick ttl'o pprance of the Skin and Eves, a dry ( Kini'niawtaken forConWBrMon, these Smr'imsatmanj- - ofvery symptoms attend IVe fen; but the LIVER oihrs t'Kenerjlljr the sst of the disease, and If not Kreat suffering, wretched-,- i n DEATH will ensne. Th (olfowms? highly esteemed persons attest In ihe virtties of Simmons I.iver Regulator: itrn V s, Holt,I'res.Oa.S W. It. R. Co ; v. R t',ier,I,erriC.;Col,K.K-parVs- 1 I. a ,C Maxteraon.Ksq., Sheriff UlbbCo., l , Hon. Alsandr H. Stephens. t hsv. fsted its virtues, personally, and kniw that for Dyspepsia, Biliousness nnd TrfMiinc Headache it is the best medicine the s We tried forty other remedies tei"re Simmons Uver K'frulator, but none pave us more than temporary relief; but the Krcpi. ls'or not only relieved, but cured us." Eft TElCGRAcii aicd MEfshXCCR, Macon, lit. OSLV nv J II. ZCILIN Philadelphia, Pa. PURELY VEGETABLE, rrWaminp those Southern Hoot and Herbs Bn alt le Providence tit placed In most prevail l.irer SOUK STOMACH. etc. This tinrivalred remedy it rmntrd not to eonlaln A single tiarticle A MiKri kv, nr anr mineral xitbstance. but la nf Spirit. tclic. ltr till 1 1te, K-- A!-V- rr PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. attorneys. II B. IIOGU, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kkiimonu, Kentucky "Hire No n Firt street, TTOIiXEY-- A tip stairs. v-- lillANTE. LILLY, A Kiiiiuoxu, - TLA II', Kentucky iflirc H.W corner Mmn nnd Second streets p Ki;ilr Will practice in all the courts of Milium nnd adjoining counties SDd donrt of J. C. & D. M. C11ENAULT, A TTORNEYS A T LA II , Richmond, Kentucky. 'ifit.e on Second Cc.y street, over Ulicnault's fro STEPHEN D. PAltRISH, TTORNEY AT LA II", Kentucky. Richmond. A Patents, Caveats, Trade Marls, Designs, Etc. Report as to patentability of invention Free of Charge Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terras. 46- ltelort applvtnc for a patent, write me. ... PHTSI0IA2TS. DK. II. IS. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. KirtiMoNt. Oiti c in thr Joe t'c hns building. 8 and 20 Sec ond Street, over Whuc ne drnctorc. 27- - ... CHAS. 1IOOKBR, ETLUTXAKY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Vrtcrinary College. I Veterinary Ientistry and Sterility a Specialty. OfTit e mp stairs over New Vorl. Store, corner 46- Mmn and tifkt ktrcets. Kichmond. II. C. Metlicine ami Surgery. Oflice Collins Httildirm, Main Street. on Telephone at residence (the Ciirr JASPER, M. D llro.iday. -- r'e) ItiniMoxi), ---- Kentucky DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. HiritMOND, Office in Smith Building, No. 34 Main Street, np stairs , Office hours 12 to spans' 4 to 5 o'clock. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Kichmond, ... ... Kentucky v Telephone at office and residence. G. W. EVANS, M. D., rilYBICIAN AND SuKGEON, Richmond, .... Kentucky. "Now, up to H73 every farmer, Practll'umer in Medicine and Surgery, business man. every person who contracted a debt or obligate i of anv kind .new that Kentucky Richmond, that was payabl cither in gold or silver, and that he hafr recourse to all the gold and Ofrlre nnd residence on Tliinl Street. silver of the earth from which to draw the money to pay tho obligation w hlch bo made. . DENTAL-STOQERTThey understood perfectly well thnt ail tho mounts and alleys and hills of tho wholo world were open to them i.nd from gold all of these they could dig out thewould and DR. A. "WILKES SMITH, the silver alike, and that these saw lit bo to taken, cither one. as the debtor DENTAL SURGEON, choose, in payment of tho obligation that Kentucky he made. Richmond, "From about 1SS0 to 1873 was growing up and commercial the great manufacturing stronger during Orrica Smith building. Main Street. Office spirit, which has been hours, 9.00 to 12 M ; 1:00 to 4 I. M. nny previous history' those years than in Practice limited to dentistrv. of tho world. Factories, mines, mills, railroads, the great development of all tho nations of the earth, was taking place largely jcars, J. A. YATES. JC MORGAN. from H50 to IS73 crlOTo. in an tnesoprivate also, municipal, state national and MORGAN & YATES, was growing up as well. It Indebtedness was growing up because of the enterprise DENTISTS, and Industry of the people, not alone of Kentucky. America, but of the whole world, too. DurTsiciimond. ing thosa same years wen growing up that class of people who havo not only been a OrricE Main Street, over Madison Nationa! blight to this age. but tli: blight of almost Kank cvry age that has gone beforc-l- he great crdttor class of tho earth. Durlar those years the public and private, the muni! ipal and notional bonds of the world were beIn the hands os" a few peoing plo !d iho older xittona of ha earth All of these bonds, all of this Indebtedness, was payable from all the gold and all tho silver that would be dug Irom every mountain Main of the earth. (Opposite Glyudon.) Creditor Clasa Under Fire. 1S73 It any" person Bought and "Can good thing fortell roe why In people, Country Produce the American was a ono-ha- lf to strike Sold. Highest Cash 3Iarkel or for any people, world anddown provide that the money of the Price Paid. a load of indebtedness should be paid In cold alone? Haa anyono ever given to any the If you Itnoa a vaMd reason?should one-ha-place the lf world back In 1S73. why debtor and tbo money bo destroyed and the this whole business people be left to bear as large as burden by paying dollars twico the ones tbey contracted to pay? "Right here wo are met with several dollar. We arc told of a My friends, tho contention of the men who statute lwoks. and struck aavcr from thoIndebtedness should provided that all the their contention was be paid In sold alone not to have a dollar, but they were then Apdollar. fighting for a who ask to go plause. And wo of y back to the money of the constitution and tho only money under which we ever had any fair prosperity, we are not Hentlng for George Thorpe, dollar, but we are fighting against dollar of Wall street and ,hj Cecoml Street, betweeH 3rRiR aad Lewbard street. Apptause.l Water, rear of DHliBgkaHB buiWins, IMaeswMied. """Iimonii Kv. Read v to ,dssl kitwle, oililacksmitliing prowptly i tlie Ireet thM gwrawa a4foas earne U 4' ? workmanlike niaanw. - - ttr DR. T. J. TAYLOR, ... ... SchDtor Joint M. Thurston, of Ncbrasha, Darrow, of Chicago, made some very tolling- arguments in favor of bimetallism and free coinage, as evidenced by the frequent interruptions of hearty applause. He said, in part: Chlcacoan Waxes Sarcastic. 'The able senator has described tbe conditions o the United States. He says that we have "tramps on every hand.' Ho deplores the distress of the farmer and the distress of the laborer, but to all of that 1 lay aml-n- . Wtrnt does the able senator offer you as a solution of the Great calamity In which we suffer He offers you four years more of gold cure administered by McKlnley Instead of Cleveland and nothing else. "What ao we say to the American people? TVo axe told that we ask you to sail out upon an unknown sea with neither compass nor guide, and that we ask you to try a new experiment different from that e any.. oUwr. town In the world; that wo try an experiment and plead upon tho poverty of the people to ask them to let us do It. My friend, he who understands this question, and he who seeks to under-ersft- d this question before this campaign Is closed, must learn the lesson that those who ask for new experiments are the other slda and not us. Applause. We turn to ycra and"we uskyou to bring the ship back to the mooring of the last 109 years, and place It where all the statesmen of American have ever placed It, and support tho financial policy which William McKlnley upported until he becamo a candidate for tho presidency of the United States tlepabllcan Platform Attacked. "And what do they ask? I mean to measure my w ords and speak by tho book, and I ask you at your own leisure and la your own home to decide between us as to whom Is right. Ih the life of this great republic In the 100 years of Its existence, no national party, either republican or democratic ever appealed to the American peoplo to do what these men ask you to do Never before, and I defy the gentleman or B,tiy other, to show where anv national patty before In the history of America that silver should be stricken down, and that gold ami gold alone should In) tho money of thn people of tbe United BtBtr-A- . It restR upon these men. who cot aside the presidents of 100 years, who set aside tho teachings of all the fathers of the country these men who propose to strike down one-hathe people's money and advocate opn!y where before It had only been advocated secretly In the rooms of the to answer the question why today we should drart from all the traditions ot America and destroy alHer and tie our fortune to gold alone, lias the gcntlc-nio- n told us why? "That Is not all. So outrageous Is this proposition that the man who framed It did not dure stand by It and adopt It. So outragcoua and unheard of Is this proposition that In tho convention over wiilch the eminent gentleman presided, and In tho resolutions that were reported to tha American people, they declared their allegiance to the gold standard, but pledged their honor what was left of It llaugh-tc- rj that they would use all their power and all their efforts to cause all other nations of the world to adopt silver as well as gold. Applause. They come before American people and ask the them to help this great party, which wus once the party of human liberty, and to which we once all fondly looked they ask the American people to help them carry out the pcl'ey wtilah they themselves admit 13 ftiong, and which they propose to correct, slrco England will give them permission to do as they please. Applause. "Jfow, let us eco wkatthta question 'really means. I have been told of a new issue, and that wo are advocating something specious and untried. I ask you, men and women, to glrnce back at history from the day ot civilization until about 1873. Gold and sliver alike have been the money of all the most civilized nations of the earth from the earliest time down to about this period. All nations alike used these two metals side by side as the money of tho world. England alone demonetized It some years before--, but left al! the other nations using these two metals side by pldo. As to Free Coinage "Now what does the free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver mean? 1 think by proceeding In the regular way I may answer most of the arguments of the gentleman. Tho world, for some reason or other, has adopted gold and silver as the money of the earth, ana pro ldcd that these metals and these alone arc absolutely money. Paper Is not money It Is a promise to pay money; but gold and silver have, all the years of tho world, been considered alone ns money, everything else being payable in them, and dewn to 1873 for more than 70 yrars the ratio of gold and silver remained substantially the same as to one, as such ratios fifteen and one-ha- lf In France. For nearly 79 years are this period was substantially undisturbed. "I am w Uling to admit. If you bring mo 24 or B grains of gold, whatever It Is, we will stamp a dollar mark on it and you may tako It and go nway, and if you bring to us sixteen times the weight In silver we will stamp a dollar mark on that and you take It and go away. And these two things only are money to be used as the absolute money of redemption all over the world, as they were practically up to 1S73. Now the amount of gold and silver In the world, for 100 years and more has been substantially equal In value at a ratio of fifteen and one-ha- lf or sixteen to one. "tjold and silver, as I have said, have been the money of the world. And here's another fact which even the Intelligent gentleman will not dispute that tho value of every thlngdepends largely upon of money there Is In the world. The more money there Is In the world the cheaper that money is. which Is very evident, Applause The more wheat th.re is In the world the cheaper It is. The more of any commonty there Is In the world the cheaper It Is: the less there Is of nny commodity In the world the dearer It is; and as everythat applies to money the same strangely And upon this, thing else. enough, the gold and s'lver men ugrc-alike. The senator says we wan: a dollar, and that there Is no much silver in the world that If we coined It it will be worth only DO cents, which proves exactly the jiosltlon I take thnt the more there la the cheaper It Is; the iess 'here la the dcartr y. ed lf tn'-Ulcy, to-dc for rretj nt the Monop.a laKc grounds, Madison, Wis., with otC.8. Da rrow, Oliver. ot It Is. cry day, hot a law that silver should not be taken, but an act of some 00 or 70 sections. In which was hidden away a provision that hereafter gold was to be the legal money of the United States. Hut it was not stricken down then alone. It was a long time before the American peoplo knew It; and In 1S78 a republican congress and senate alike passed by u majority and then passed by a majority over tho president's veto, an act providing that from J2.OM.000 to JI.000,000 per month should be coined. Neither was that the end. In ISM another act was passed which provided that silver Bhould bo taken and silver certificates Issued In their place. "We hu e heard a good deal of what Is called bogus patriotism from thl3 platform, and you will hear it more and more as this campaign progresses. 1 think thjt man Is the best patriot that loves all the people of his country, not aloho the strong and the powerful, but tke struggling and the weak, the producer bb well as the consumer. We have been told that it Is a proud thing for an American citizen to take a dollar In his hand and give It to England, Germany and France and find that that dollar Is worth 100 cents. Yei, sir; It is a proud thing, Indeed. It might be a prouder thing to tako that dollar In your hand and go there, as you do and find that dollar was worth 200 cent". Instead of 100. The pride Is nil right, but It 1ms cost the sweat and the blood of millions of American people. Fluctuation la Vnlttcs. "In one breath Senator Thurston told you that the rcmonetlzntloh ot silver would not raise tho price cf wheat and in tho hfext that it Would make 50 cents a dollar, and 1 do not see how the two statements can go together. Iet us look at those two statements together as a matter of philosophy. It has been presumed over and over again that a dollar means a gold dollar. Tills is not true. A dollar has meant a gold Uoilar or a silver dollar alike. It Is claimed that a dollar should be worth only a dollar; that you cannot measure everything In a dollar, but should measure It in a gold nnd silver dollar. They asstima that gold has fluctuated, and that therefore the silver dollar Is worth only C3 cents Now. let us see. How will you determine whether gold fluctuates or not? you say 23 grains of gold Is a dollar, then If It does not fluctuate. But jou can tel! whether 23 grains of gold fluctuates by measuring that 23 grains of gold In wheat. In oats, in cheese. In labor, in land. In silver or In other commodities of the eatth. "The history ot the world, not only during the last ten years, but during tho last hundred years, shows that silver has fluctuated as little and probably less In value than gold. The production of gold In the last 20 years has been us much or inoro than the production cf silver, In dollars measured at sixteen to ou all oer the world. The production of silver In the past has never outrun the production of gold, and when silver was stricken down and when one-hathe world's money was bound to do all the world's work, there no other result than that one-ha- lf could be should greatly Increase In value, end that is what It did. In striking down silver and compelling gold to do the work alone you nearly doubled tho purchaslnR power of gold, and you provided by an unrighteous and unholy contract, conceived by men with Interested motives, you contracted that every man who owes a dollar's worth of debts bring two dollars to pay them with. "We are not here nsklng you to repudiate. We say to you that tho dollars in which tlie oUigatlons were made are good enough for the creditor to take. Wo say to you that ut this prlco theso bonds and mortgages and debts were purchased; we will pay that price. You may take your pound of "flesh, but In tho name of American Independence and manhood you must not shod a drop of blood. Mexican Dollar' Worth. "We have heard some talk of the Mexican dollar Tho Mexican dollar Is worth less than the Amejr-- n dollar an-- " does co tain more silver, and that Is the iniquity -- . IL Now let us meet this thing Just exactly as it Is. The valuo of a thing depends on Its use. If corn were a fixed quantity like silver, and the people would resolve not to feed corn to horses, but only to catthe tle. It would be worth less market would be less. Money being a fixed being a fixed quantity.when quantity, sliver the nations of the earth conspire to debase It It could not help being worth less and Uut the is worth less than gold difference has come tbout In two ways; ond tho appreby the depreciation of stiver ciation of gold both alllto our silver doarc paablc in gold, and thnt Is llars y tho reason they are worth 100 cents. Applause, cheers and laughter. The blindest pctron is ho who sees half ;i truth or oro side of It. Laughter.. That lb all you people have seen on that question. "Now I will say It again, and I will not say It, but I will explain It In a kindergarten way. If 1 can. laughter and applause. The reason an American silver dollar is worth a dollar In gold is because It is In cold. Now the silver man who knows bis business admits that the same as a gold man. Uut that is not ail he knows; that Is the difference. The reason a Jtexs'-ca- n silver dollar Is not worth as much as an American gold dollur is because It is redeemable in gold. The demonetization of silver made gold oulKon wortli more; It made silver bullion worth less. There Is no question about that. Iho remonetizs-tlo- n of silver would mako silver bullion worth more and gold bullion worth less If you uso silver as money then gold will not bo worth ai much, because it won't have to iX as much work. "We are raising our ciops year after year. We are sending thesj crops to England to be paid in gold and we tanno: raise cr.o jgh to send thctc to wheat and pork and pay them. TJy and by, if this polb-- Is pursued. If we continue to increase tho indebtedness of thc'Amcrlcan peoplo, if we continue to sell bonds in time of peace, if we continue to pay In gold what we contracted for In sllver.lf we continue a policy which gives W cents for a dollar's worth of wheat, tho Englishman will ."ome over nnd collect his Interest from America the samo as he docs from the Egyptians, with tho cannon and the sword. Applause and hisses "I insist that If tho monarchical government of Europe shall have a right to mako a fiscal sy stem for us. if they shall have tbo right to meet together and If tho peers of the realm, the privileged classes, w ho never knew what an honest day's work was, who lived on the people for reneratlons, shall have the right to legislate for us, then our voices should be heard In their legislative hails." Applause. two-thiry, to-da- y. lf e American people, not a law Which was provided In tho open light bf to-lh- HAWAII. The Little Island Kepnlillc Keeps tha White Motnt at Par with Uold. The only money bearing the Hawaiian stamp is silver, and $l,G00,lOu of this money is In circulation in the island republic. The issue consists of dimes, quarters, and dollars. Silver certificates are issued hnlf-dollars Highest of all in Leavening Power. . lfaaasraaa;aBSaag;; sfifc Is! uans, A of 87 I against deposits of these silver dollars iu,the Hawaiian treasury, the denominations being $10, $20, $50 and $100 bills. Not one ouncq of gold is held in a reserve fund to redeem this sliver. The government declines to receive its own inonc' 'B pa3ment of taxes or customs. In all other countries but Hawaii this silver is worth but 50 cents on the dollar, and will not circulate at all, even at that discount. The banks in Honolulu (there oro three) charge-- two per cent, for exchanging gold for silver, and give one per cent, premium for gold deposits. But in nil ordinary -trading transactions this silver is on a par with American gold, no difference being made in the price of any nrticle, whether gold or silver is offered in payment therefor. United States silver certificates or dollars are not treated as gold, and are put on the same status ns Hawaiian silver certificates Or dollars by the banks. Wages of skilled labor in Hawaii ore from 10 to 100 per cent, higher than in the United States. From $75 to $123 tt month is paid clerks ill dry goods stores, drug stores, wholesale houses, etc. Bookkeepers receive from $90 to $250, a ceo riling-t-o position. Soldiers get $30 a. month.iustead of $13, as hero. Printers receive from $20 to $30 o week. And this list can be Indefinitely extended. No unskilled labor is performed by White men. Living costs about 25 per Cent, more than in Chicago. Tbe claim that high wages are the result of Hawaii's being a new country fulls flat when the fact Is looked at that before this silver was in circulation men who now receive from $20 to $25 a week received $l2 to $15. Hawaii was much "newer" then. Hawaii's millionaires Imve lately shovyn considerable hostility toward this silver issue, and as the common people havo really nothing whatever to say about the government there, tbey will, perhaps, succeed In lowering Jts value. The population of Hawaii Is, in round numbers, 75,000,.divided among the following nationalities: Forty thousand Chinese nnd Japanese (principally coolies), 32,000 Hawaiian natives and Portuguese (peasants), 3,000 Americans nnd Europeans, other than Portuguese. If these 75,000 people can keep at par with American gold $1,000,000 silver, with no gold reserve fund, no redemption in gold by the government on the contrary, in the face of a refuwil by the government to accept this silverin payment of taxes or customs and do this at n time when a revolution is either in progress or expected all the, time, cannot the American republic, with 70,000,-00- 0 of intelligent people, circulate and keep at par with gold an much silver as it is possible for tho mints to coin? business- L Absolutely puke who "charms' his prey before devourLJ cnt., it follows that the npa:r-tlo- n of sllvcritcs that coinage governs bullion values is correct. Hence, the chnrge that free coinage means a depreciated currency is unsound. The circulation of these two opposed statements side by ride can hardly be expected to assist the cause of soind finance. Again, in the Philadelphia Ledger, Mr. Stuart Patterson assures us that law cannot add 16 the purchasing power of silver and gold, which must at nil times be governed bj their market values But what governs their market values? Supply and demand, both of which are very greatly Influenced by legislation. When the law declares tint so many grains of gold or silver shtJl constituteadollarnnd become legal tea-dit at once opens up an enormous field for their employment and creates for them nn almost unlimited demand. Hence market values are governed by coinage luws. Of course, if the coinage of a metal were fixed below what i's bullion value was before the colnnpc law was passed, the law would be inoperative, for no one would wish to sacrifice part of the commodity value of his possessions. That gokl owes to legisno one v ho lation its high value y understands the law of supply nnd demand will denj. .The value conferred by law upon gold is a monopolistic value, by which it, Is given nn exclusive privilege of settling debts. Abolish that legal fiction called the standard of value, and all laws restraining the issuance bf paper money universally, and It will then be possible to ascertain the true commodity value of both gold and sliver. er to-dn- ing it. Of late ithas been ravaging the Industrial interests of the United States to a most alarming extent; and the people nre preparing for a general and concerted onslaught upon it on the 3d otjiext November when, by a most thorough administration of the popular sixteen to one remedy, it is believed that the pest will be exterminated, or nt least reduced from Its present "pernicious activity" to a state of'innocuous desue-'tdeNational Bimeta"ist. Wages In Iltmotnlllo Countries. b,,-,,Ice , Poultry Netting, j tBBW ks, Fly Screens, IN SUMMER 1 XJ 1 I i M. ." AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN OUE LINE NEEDED g f I --- j M :! M 4m6 The goldbugs are fond of quoting the comparatively low wages paid in Mexico, which is a free coinago country, as nn argument ngainstfreecoinagein the United States. We have not the figures before us, but we would like some gokl organ that has to tell us what is the difference between the wages paid in Mexico and tbe wages paid in Italy nnd Spain, which nre both on the, single gold standard. The fact is, that the bimetallic countries arc the only countries In the world y that are not troubled with financial depression. Why? Because the gold manipulators of Europe nnd Wall street let them alone. They can't touch them. Wheeling Reo'stcr. to-da- Shackelford 111 t- Oenlry, I 171 I1. 1 ill ;b --J- M RICnMOM), 1 vEXirc'KY. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. PUBLISHED BY O LOVER .t DURKETT, LOUIS VILLE TODCCO WAREHOUSE. Will euro nil klrjdjpf Piles. Why snflor with tenn.le.il !,..,-- ? AVo written frnnrantei with CJ1.00 lKin,to refund thr.mnnrr i'f not ruretl. Mailedgiro aar aU- tt uic bueaal, iltaa. urc:cii.uiiric. iiio Japanese rue cure tfSTSold by AY G. White. Druggist, Richmond. Kv JUPHHI frlTDtf WPILE JlrM 50c. and $1 per box. 6 for $5. Jipaneis Pile Ointment. 25 and Pelleli. 50 diIIh5c. 4i x MHa JSes. I ' 1 Don't Let The Horn Worms Destroy Yonr Tobacco. Cor. Chicago Record. What It We d. onld Sat The present contention regarding the use of two metals formonetnry purposes is hardly creditable to our muci vaunted civilization. Back in the age it was known to the ancient Greeks that the purchasing power of money had little or nothing to do with the material composing it; that tbj unit of value or purchasing power waj not a certain weight or mass of metal, but depended upon the number of monetary units in circulation, and hence wos constantly fluctuating with their supply nnd demand. Consequently the people of Sparta, Byzantium, Athens and other nations made their oiouey of a cheap material, but rigidly restricted the number of pieces issued. Discs of iron, bronze and leather were used, and all substitutes were prohibited. This system was in use for many centuries, ayd existed in Romu during tho best days of the republic. The money question is not a metnl- Ly-curg- derstan one," i coinagi we still a. , everybody un- t by "sixteen to old and silver explanations, George C. Word, in N. Y. World. to-da- The Hebrew spoken by the Polish and Russian Jews of y is a polyglot, composed of a few Hebrew roots with n large admixture of Russian, German, Tolish, Lithuanian nnd Tartarian words. SILVER MONOMETALLISM. correspond- r. ents usking jiuraso means. They hnvc evidently overlooked what has been so often said before. So here goes, once more, nnd, os vvc hope, for the last time: Sixteen to one means that the government shull declare by legislation that ono grain of gold is equivalent to sixteen grains of ailver; in other words that ns a gold dollar contains 23.22 grains of pure gold, 10 times that much of pure silver, namely, 37iy, grains, shall by act of congress be enacted to be its equal in value. The silver men demand 1hls, because it will restore tho coinage of the two metals to tho same ratio as had existed for HENRY CLEWS' SOPHISTRY. rr J.H.NEFF&CO. Stit. nt two-doll- ar to-la- nt two-doB- ar i !Law-,oslS- J 8-- l: propounds the following astounding propositions "The enactment of a free, independent sixteen to one silver law would work out its own destruction by the following means, even, independent of others: "At the present time the Mexican silver dollar brings in this country only about J4 cents in exchange for our silver dollur, although it contains a larger quantity of silver Xhnn ours does. Itis simply taken here nt its commercial value whereas the United States silver dollar goes in Mesico in its purchasing power for two of their dollars. It is quite evident, therefore, if the United States government should pass, a free rnd independent bi.stecn to oue sjlvcr coinage law, the .Mexican government would, if they are smnrt, immediately pais a law to adopt the United States dollar ns the money of their country in substitution of their present standard, and make it mandatory for all Mexican silver dollars to l'c forwarded to the United States mint to be convert cd into United States dollars. The Mexican dollar, now worth 54 cents, after being melted down "by the United States mint ond coined into a United States dollar, would be worth double its present value, have "twice the purchasing power and would carry as well a credit of two cents, that being the bullion value of the Mexican dollar above the United States dollar. "If this be possible for the Mexican government, the European nations will be apt scholars, nnd follow the example i)f Mexico in tlie conversion of their silver money, of which they hold They vill $r,5OO,QW.(5u0 in amount. wunt b'ack in exchange, hovvcvtjr, our gold, of which vvc liave $500,000,000 altogether in this country, which will per cent, of their nrilv for 33 sJlver Jtbklings, and, to get that nxnounQ lwo.ejto m rtH." toactspas to 3 the-f-w- itl Astounding Statement Made by a New York Danker. In the course of his regular financial letter for the week ending July 5, Honker floury Clews, of Xew York, our golditc friendsarousingforascaro-crow- , is the one of "silver monometallism." In their imagination there is in this something. awful beyond expression, or, nt least, they would make the people believe so. Let us test it as a practical matter. Ask your neighbor or ask a crowd of your neighbors, gathered at the post office, or nt tholodge.or elsewhere, whether they have any gold In their pockets. If in apolitical meeting let those stand up who have any gold jingling in their purses or even carefully stow ed away in their pocketbooks. Wo all know beforehand not one in twenty, if, indeed, one in a hundred, will rise. Ask, then, if they have any silver or notes representing silver; yes, they stand up by the score. Ask for gold notes. No; they do not circulate much among the people. Even greenbacks proper are becoming comparatively scarce, because the banks and others who have gold contracts arc hoarding them on the ground that tbe law allows them to be paid out for gold. What does this state of tbing3 show? Plainly that to ull practical purposes we are using among the people silver and paper money representing silver. Actually, as far as most of tho people are concerned, the gold is out of the way. Now, just what is wanted is this: To rcake the silver dollar nnd the gold dollar precisely alike. We are using the silver dollar under certain disabilities put on it by the law, especially tho gold contract law. We proioso to remove thoso dlsabilitiftB, make the silver dollar, which, as a matter of fact, we now use, better than it is under the present law, and utilize all the silver and gold wo produce, w ith-odiscrimination against either. r This of silver monometallism is easily brushed aside when w best it by the facts. Western Rural. ut Fanlcky Declarations of Goldlte Friend Faced by .the Facta. Among the panicky declarations that bug-bea- Gold Scare. cirtHbeforeHfxoeelRtootheriChn- n - conflicting assertions regarding, the free coinage question that are circulating through the pres3 of the country the contradictory nature of which must become apparent to any but the most prejudiced reader. It is stated that free coinageof silver nl the ratio of to one means that tho owners of 3ilvcr will make n profit of 87 per cent. I by taking bilver bullion to tho miutnnd uav lug it coincil into dollars. On tne the other hand, it is claimed that free heastvenes. silver coinage means a debased cur- 'Bpecics. LEADS in Commissions to Agents. One of Its fixed habits is" toalwaysde-tnan- d rency ami production of the present the "pound of flesh" if it be so f. purchasing power of the dollar to Now if the latter btatemenfvbe "nominated inHhc bond," another is to i More Money and Less Misery. true, the fonnef is untrue. If thecoin-ngo- ! Jseo torit that it- always tc so "nomSecretary Morton thinks that the ;, inated." of silver adds nothing to' in favor of free coinage is growpow'er, then its ownerst "can !.. So 'wonderful is jtsabiiitjrto'flx ing, nnd that th& reason is eiisilvdifccov- rigrntefor by cor- - t "The Newu'pul)! hilies tlie'rcpreentatlve' paper (.(daily and SHiuUy) uislce- noprofil by passing uch.&meas- at Uoal;. cartoon crcd. 'Wliattan.be'moreniJractivefor L,9J lot with every Mue. 9.C a. bwwui e u;ju"s;it Kri A rciniYknirrt e'lAatiM'lAnMMtn.l..:. are. jr, on tne otner nana, tree fcoin ruiniua; womb in - j fnehM ot stte.ac to kt?;,to the beltet, p' Kor aamp'e. ctHy;qV iy hwiie, attnrM. jwneyjabd 14m mbery? Albany Aiv "af6 ru8"-'- the purchasing power tt illbatlt ift'endowal w,th hYtH4e powers Ike S1H$ fWTWJ &, Detww. kiflV tastfif tlrc tertttiaJ mxwat Il 'r f " AP i one-hal- The New York ond Chicago bankers ore now posing ns martyrs and heroes, because they are "standing in the breach" and "meeting the terrible onslaughts of the European gold shippers." Ibis means that the same unpatriotic line of policy is being carried into effect ns that which brought about the last issue of bonds in hopes of influencing voters in tho fall campaign another policy of infamy is to bo adopted with more bonds, more profits for the bnnkersi Tbey .nro now exchanging gold for currency and posing as. sav iors of their country. When the bond issue comes they will pocket tho swag with a gleeful chuckle. The people are just beginning to realize that this gold shipment means Joss to tho many and wealth to tho few. The gold scare will not work so well this time. Western Rurnl. .kSpxzssi,',,, "" ben-tinie- nt nearly a hundred years before the coinage of silver dollSfs was suspended In 1873. The gold men oppose it, because the' say 23.22 grains of gold instead of being only worth 371 grains of silver nro in reality now worth G93 grains of silver, and that therefore the demand of the silver men is that this government shall declare that to be true which is false and tliat to be equal which is unequal. Moreover, they saj that after it attempts to enact this falsehood into a truth, it is, without charge and without limit, to stamp tbe falsehood upon the inferior coin, send it current through the country and compel everj' seller to take it J.t payment for his commodities, every htborer for his wages, and every creditor for his debts. The answer of the silver men is that when silver Is admitted to free coinage its valuo will Increase until it gets back to the old ratio of "sixteen to one." President Andrews, of Brown University at Providence, R. I., has written to Mr. Stephen W. Nickerson, of Boston, a letter in; which he says: "In yours of the 20th insU, after adverting to Cernuschl's latest position touching the policy of the United States in freely coining silver at sixteen to one without waiting for an international agreement, you ask what, if any, objections I would urge against this policy. I reply that I would urge none. The vast new output of gold in recent years ns compared with that of silver impresses me that free coinage by ns alone would not lead to the displacement of our gold; that, therefore, fres coinage would be 6afe. If it is aafe, it is ccrtuinly desirable. Of course, no one can be absolutely certain that w could proceed with free silver .coinage and yet retain our gold. I therefore do not dogmatize, but leave that to the gold men. To my mind, however, the oerwhelming probability is that gold would stay with us. I have noticed of Into no serious argument to show that it would not." That is a fair statement of the vlew ejiertaiued by the.most intelligent any highly educated silver men. Albany Argus. UNSAFE MONETARY SYSTEM. in- - one, . nioiiv, credit, anil this is liased tion solely over the nuxnlx- - . that shall be placed m circulation. very men who nro righting silver t day would fight gold should its suppl suddenly nnd materially Increase. Considering the scarcity of gold, thatf it is controlled by a powerful synelientej that can hoard it, take it out of the country or send it back whenever they wish, it docs seem to any unprejudiced thinking man tho height of folly to build a nation's industries upon so insecure, so fickle, so insignificant a hauls. It leads to the issuance of unlimited promises to pay gold since the quantity of metal Is far too small for commercial transactions without credit henco the world is always within sight of a panic, contingent upon whether creditors demnnd gold or not. Prof. Jevons once said that the Eug-lis- h gold standard monetary system would end If five per cent, of those entitled to gold should demand it at one is hardly; time. Surely such worthy the applause it is now receiving ns a Bate, sound, honest monetary system. Arthur Kltson, in N. Y. Journal. Sales on our market for the week just Ef24, closed amount to 3403 hhds. with re A ceipts for the same period 2205 hhds. fect May 12, 1895. Sales on our market since January 1st, g 2NDCI.AS.J. of tobacco worms us a EAST ROUND 1ST , CLASS amount to 111,479 hhds Sales of the crop The No No. 3. Z o. No 1, No. tiling of the past, if the claims of the of 1S93 on our market to tins date Ex Sua Ex Sun Ex Sun fcx Sun. "X. S. J." Co., Kicliinoiiil, Va., be amount to 107,016 hhds. A 11. true and their claims seem to be well r M A M. A. M Versailles 6 40 re W 8 55 substantiated. Tiie offerings on our market this week NichosasYiHe ,, n 24 7 35 ix Not only is the labor and worn' saved VaHey View , 55- - ; 47 T jg been liberal ana tiierc is no change have g gets it greater number Million XI jll but the farmer M to report in prices. A few hhds. of fine of pounds of tobacco and a better Richmond S y 11 fj zzjapra lilid. hurley leaf were offered and one quality by the use of "X. b. J." Unioc t 2$ n ot, j ,1 31 t sold as high as $20.00 per 100. There No apparatus is needed save a lOe sifter. Moberly !rili.M .... . ... t9 jj 5 The proprietors propose to c.ivk free Panola . .. will be no auction sales on our market 1 w u 46 of covr, under certain and reasonable Irvine t , 3 m during the coming week. conditions, several hundred boxe of r. it a. m : the compound (each bet enough for Ne. x. Se. 4 M7 N"i.7e ihe following quotations lairiy repreone acre), and tobacco gnnven would WEST HOUND Ex Sn Ex Sua Ex SwjEx Sun sent our market for hurley tobacco 1S95 do well to write the Uoiupauy at ome A. IL r. SL A. It. r.M. crop. for particulars. Irvine . 1 s 34 1 00 to 1 50 Panola Trash (dark or damaged 4 rf ,54 1 58 lirassfield. 4 o 2 00 to 3 50 Common colory trash Moherly , 10 s xj, ttnmn ,t Medium to good col trash 15 50 to 5 00 j Richmond . 6 05 2 30 5 40 5 00 Million 2 00 to 3 00 6 jo Common lugs not co'ory . 3 co 3 3s Valley View 6 34 3 13 S 57 1 00 to C 00 Common colory lugs Nicholasville 6 3S 658 338 v nn "run- . 3C Versailles .. 7 3s 7 50 ,jei:urn 0 KOOi c0 U1.S 0 00 to S 00 a.m. r. It. r.M. A.M. R. N. I. & 8, III Hi I on In I New Preventive! Time Table No. hand-pickin- 1 , C 12 ...u u... II. U , . DO ud to 18 00 applica-.. Uu J us are not uutl frosted crops. Personal. pcrson aHltctcd with any special, chronit. or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Aduress the leading physicians and surj;coii of the United States, Dr ilathauay A Co , 79 Dearhorn street, Chicago 21. Fkff c medical reference loolc to any Jones & Jerri. daily. Alt trains connect with Southern Rarfway to JHisviKe. and with the C. N. O.ecl. ""Itlt'HWIBItttl. " You can pe hmrs in Lohisviw, ?404t-- tx Z hours in CitM.imt.t. ami ib Lexigt return to Ktchmoml at Sijo, S ap Kor through rates and olheriSfoK anv ticlcpt a .nl nr a.ia... Trains between LottisviMe and Versadtes i44y. Trains between Ciacmnati aad NieaplaivH e READY TO L. & K. K. Is. C. DIVISION. I.N IJich-1110- K .AKV er We Meed Cheaper Money. " The president of a furniture company Rapids, Mich., it Grand Becord as one gbes in the Chicago reason, from a manufacturer's standpoint, why the independent, free and unlimited coinage of silver by the United Stntes would be beneficial to our country. Ho says: "The only hope of .the producing crosses is In legislation that will cheapen money, thereby compelling it to seek investment in productive enterprises, employing ielle labor and making a market for farmers' products. The only way to cheapen moneyls to make more of it. With our mints open to the world's sliver, as they were previous to HON. C. T. CALDWELL, 1373, and as they ore now to gold, the demand for gold must be lessened, nnd its value thereby decrease!, and the Of P.irkersburg, V. Va., Eecotn demand for silver must be increased, mends Wrights Celery and its value thereby appreciated, ultimately bringing the two to n parity." Capsules. Kentucky Fair Dates- following arc the dates for holding The the Kentucky lairs this year so far as reported to this ollice. Secretaries, or other officers will please advi&e us of any errors or omissions in the list: Law renceburg, August IS 1 days. Versailles, Aug. 113 days. Springfield, Aug 203 days. Lebanon, Aug. 253 days. Shelbyville, Aug. 25 1 days. Madisonville, August 2G 4 days. days. LaGrange, Sept. days. Bardstovvn, Sept. days. Paris, Sept. days. "Williamsburg, Sept. Elizabethtown, Sept. S 4 days. Evving, Sept. 9 I days. Franklin, Sept. 14 5 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 15 1 days. Eminence, Sept. 1G 4 days. Padncah, Sept 22 1 days. Glasgow, Sept. 30 t days. days. Owenslwro, October German town, Oct. 7 1 days Greenville, Oct. 144 days. Liberty, Attn 19 3 days. Campbellsvillc Aug 11, 4 days JUPPLY THE T Our factory on Laurel Street in is now running, and e prepared to fill orders for twi&t of lirTEtT M VKCIf 1, 1S9G- are the II "Mi "D. t! lictaJ," ti. 0." oi u. iJ LV. A. M. NORTH BOUND. Express for Cincinnati,, I'aris, .Mavsjville, Witt-cheat- "Piir Jacks" g Ross, 13 15 23 23 Urands, three grades. We can pave you money. Send us a trial order; you will bu glad with our products. Especially pleased to hear from country mer- chants. 49 White ami Lexington mail. Cincinnati. Pari", Mnvs- r. 3t. vilie, u inch es t e r a n d 05 Lexington mail. Livingston, Jol- 1.10 hco, rineville. Fast line for Livingston, ii. i:; Loudou,Jellico,Kuoxvillo A. 51. Fast line for Cincinnati, o". 19. fans. mcliebtttr. P. M. Kovvland, Lancaster and 1.25 istanfonl. P. M. Rowland, Lancaster and 0.25 7:40 P. M. 1.05 12 55 A. M. "111 1 .4J" .. P. M. 11.4::- A. M. . -- -? i . t Kitiijioxn, Ky. stauford, 10:10 P. M 0:10 ' I- - 55 Who can think of some simple thin e tit rmtpnt? Protect your Idea: they may bring yon wealth. Write JOHN WlDDEKHims no "ptrnt Attnr. Beys, Washington. D. CU for their (1.SUU prize offer aai list of two hundred Inventions wanted. Wanted-- An Idea Notice! If you want the best Washing Machine that fs made, one that a child can operate, call on, or address, Ciias. Waller, Kichmond, Ky. BfiyAgents wanted. connect at 1'aiiw with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, Mnysville and intervening ioints. g trains connect at Wixchbs-XEliwit- h Lexington and points west, and Ml. Sterling and points east. g trains connect at Livixn-to.- v with Cumberland Gap, Knoxville, Louisville and intervening points. Out-goinOut-goiu- trains connect at Hoivlaxd (near Stanford) with Cumberland Gap, Knoxville, Louisville and intervening Out-goin- g points. jEVTrains do not stop where no time is specified. Dsngcr of Unlimited Promises to l'ny Gold Money of Ancient Greece. I desiro to call yourattention to two Paukersburo, W. Va., THE GOLDBUG. January 20, 1995. An Interesting Study In Entomology The Weight Men. Co., Some ot Its Hablta. Columbus, Ohio Tho goldbug's existence seems cocvul with man's, and although it has not Gentlemen: I havo been using always been known by its present Wright's Celery Capsules since Novemname, its methods of operating have re- ber, 1S94, and find thein to bo as recommained unchanged, and are marked mended. I first beuan taking them with great caution nnd 'exceeding cunwhile at Hot Springs, Aik, under treatning. We have evidence of its active prcs- - ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and ence as remote as when "pottage" was Stomach trouble. Constipation which I a medium of exchange and birthrights had been a long hufierer. I fouud the were extorted from hungry, famishing Celery Capsules gave me great relief men. from the beginning ami. have used them Its natural habitat is In tbe commer- ever since. With pleasure, and unsocial centers of the world, but its pol- soncd effluvium vitiates the channels of licited, I recommend them to any and trade to the uttermost circles of tho all suffering with like ailiictious or either of them. Very truly yours, earth. CiiAin.Es' T Caldwell. While its favorite diet upon which It "feeds fat" is real estate mortgages Sold by T. S llagan, DrnggUt, Price and government bonds, it readily de- 'o0 cents nnd SI. 00 Call nt drugvours corporation bonds ot all kinds, store and get free sample. and it may be. said to be omnivorous so jnfercst-bearinfar as THE HEW WEEXLT gold redemption paper is concerncel. In general appearance it closely reR0GKY MOUNTAIN sembles the human family, so closely indeed as to lead to the opinion thnt Bhsvca. cei.e. It is'idrntical with man; but after the The BBsrtf FFrf j,y Pubmshbd most thorough investigation nnd careCI.03 rer Year in Advance. ful research, even theXr,ftys fail to disLEMBS the Silver forces of America. cover the slightest rudiments of that LEADS Id Mining aad Mfnlc; Steele Reports. "Divine compassion that bespeaks th) LEMBS tn Special Departments. soul "in common humanity, and hence LEABS In developing Colorado's wonlerfal it is reasonnblo and very pleasant to resources , think it belongs to an entirely different LEABS In Kewslnes, Rrl3&liws3. Cpapre- -- For additional information, inquire of K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of other agents. : xTnJTi IT TICKLES YOU TH rl T0U SET FROtt INSTANT RELIEF ( LIGHTNING DROPS. CUR ES Colic, Cramps, Morbus, XX ( -- Good, SmellsErerrMhers Tastes Good, does Good every timc st 25c and 50c P:r Bott'e. No Rslief, Ha Pay. Sold fioa Dianhca.Flux. Cholera Nausea, Changes of Water, etc Cuts. Rums, Bruises. Scratches, Bites of H EALS Animals. Serpents, Bts, cic. BREAKS UP Bad Colds. L Grippe. Influenza. Croup, Sore Throat, etc oa LslX tlmei xj much x 2Sa Niltlt. tlim conuL.1 we and HERB MEDICINE CO. MIHMMMMMM9J8U Illltlll-fU- l TTTYTH . Z 1 ., fmj C E SPRINGFIELD, O. 1 , C . - J t IHHiW per-bo- G- well-secure- d g NCWS 3 Madison Monumental Works. a 39k- - MAN.UPACTURKK ASD DEALEIV Foreign To3ids, - and - Ameneu - lla? bte MONUMENTS. AND GRANITE w Bill B'f jvst vmr A. Tablets, IIeadstoxes, TTnss, STATUARY, XtC FINE WORK A SPECIALTY con-'Gltlo- ns Sil verbally 1 The Great j &s lr ti i.'i - irwr ' vje ""t MX- - "v rkJt-- YourTrailo Solicited. Work delivered lo any part oCb,f State. &F Write for Design Price?. V.T.CV mLwxC1 flxxblBssssrx4 . LA. JAjav,- . - - , F, 3 &aa 3Mmttiatfjwm ? . - ioirtter tj. J WpYlGlOT. Stttjftfe kk:xtDOud, Ky1. Hrt yy M aS' Jfc -- " Si -- A- :- Vi -- -. - w n Ms ia -- ps: - ,fctN?r . , f - rp""i jl 3 " US sS- -- '!?. J : ?. !r At Indianapolis, on Tuesday, September 1, tbe National Democratic party will bold a convention tonom-inat- o Tho Climax Printing Co. candidates for Pxesideit and Tbe national comTRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. mittee, about one hundreds strong, thirty-fiv- e states, so deIN ADVANCE, $1.25 representing cided at a meeting in the Hoosier is, probable WEDNESDAT. AUGUST 32, - - 1890. capital last week. It rCSUSBXB BYEBT WEDNESDAY BY vice-Prehtde- THE CLIMAX, SEPTEUBEliniHT.' J that Gen. Bragg, of "Wisconsin, will AJD7ZXTZSZ2T& SATES. be given first place, and Gon. Simon. Bolivar Buckner, of Kentucky, sec oud place. The platform will be, well-N- it. PAUPER LABOR. SPACE. 3 Inches. I Inch 3 Inches. MOO a 3 4 1 jo 00 75 SO: 4 o 13 Inches. 5 Inches. . 4 ri-!- 350 6 00 9 00 00 5 00 35o KCol 4'Col i Col 6 00 8 00 10 00 00 500 iz 5 4 jol 7 9 00 7 00 3 5 5 oj 10 00 15 00 6 00 H on 19 00 laS 7 So 15 00 S3 00 34 9 00 18 00 7joe 40 13 00 27 00 4000 60 7 75 34 50 so 00 So 50 4 on 60 Ool'OO it n u 00 50 75 5o 00 00 00 00 notices 10 cents a line for first Insertion, 5 cents ji line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolution of respect and similar matter at half rates. No specified position BReading DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR ITtESinnXT, "VM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, The Republican party Jias always, been crying about pauper labor of Europe. There is not a country from whence the Republicans say they came, that lias not the gold standard. Gold standard countries make paupers of all of d laborers. Vote for a gold siandard all you laboring men, and you will be pauper laborers in this blessed country of ours. If you want liberty, prosperity and opportunity for the litHe ones you love, vote against it, fight it, beg every friend to fight it. "Warn them against it as you would against a pestilence. Laboring man be not blinded but open your eyes to your itsTso-calle- AUTI1UR SEWELI., of Maine. FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF A1TEAL. interests. REPUBLICANISM LEADS TO IT. W. S. TRYOR, of Henri County. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- FOR COXGRESVS. 1'rvor Foree, of Shelby county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the Stli district, subject to tiie action of the Democratic arty. John B. Thomson, of Mercer, isa candidate for Concress, to represent the 8th District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER. James C. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. tdc independen?r That is the question tion of the people when Bryan is elected. Is the United States dependent or that will be settled to the satisfac- Juiok "Wai.tek C. Oxo, of the Common Picas Court, Cleveland, O., says he is a Republican, but be cannot see how he can vote for McKin-le- y is for free silver. J. trotted a mile at lumbus, O., Tlnirday, in 2:02 RonnitT Co3-- 4, the fastest ever trotted, and ju-- t jtucli a gait as Bryan will put up in the great national November race. Hox. "V. "NV. Stevknson, of Mercer county, chairman of the IkjUo-craof the 8th district, was here last week trying to get some one to mount the golden chariot band wagon and take the reins, but lie could notlnduce any one to even climb into the rear end of the chariot. He did not know the firmness of Madison county democracy. 3Iu. Seckktaky C'aklii.e tried to maintain the gold standard sold lninds for tliat purpo-ingjtts Judge Tarvin read the following letter at the court house, August 3, 'Dfi, sent out by the New York National Rankers Association, to presiCuban patriots in the United are not States idle. The dents of national banks throughout death of Ma ceo lias not dis the conntry. This circular bears date about May couraged them. Recently they have money from va- or June, 1893. secured donations in THE PANIC CIRCUI.AK OF 1893. rious sources aggregating $375,000. "Deak Sut : The interests of natioPart of the money lias been changed into gold and is now on shipboard nal bankers require immediate fbound for Cuba, it will be inancial legislation by congress. placed in the hands of the officers Silver, silver certificates and treascommanding the insurgent army. ury notes must be retired and natioThe balance has been retained by nal bank? notes upon a gold basis the heads of the junta in Philadel- made the only money. This will rephia and New York, who will use it quire the authorization of from to $1,000,000,000 of new bonds in a way that will best serve the Cuas a basis of circulation. You will ban cau.se. The contributors were d of your circuas follows: Jacksonville and other at once retire lf of your parts of Florida, $100,000; New York lation and call in loans. Be careful to make a money and Brooklyn, $i0,0U0; Philadelphia, $25,000; Baltimore, $10,000; Washing- stringency felt among your patrons, especially among influential busiton, $10,000; Richmond, $5,000; $5,000 New Orleans, $10,000; ness men. Advocate an extra sesthrough Chicago and the West and sion of congress for the repeal of the purchasing clause of the Sherma" from several points, $fio 000. PROGRESS IN THE CUBAN From an account of the royal wedding at Buckingham Palace, the London home of the Queen, we gathered this piece of description: "In the first carriage were the Lady of the Bedchamber, the chamberlain to Her Royal Highness and the comptroller," and a little along after words came "the Master of the and soon there came, no donbt, but the account didn't saj' so, the nifutl of the Fourth Floor and the Supreme Dishwasher. All this superb foolishness comes from of power, strong government, just as the Republicun party is trying to induce the people to swallow, next November. Now the Queen may foot the bill directly, but indirectly the pockets of the masses are pulled for the grand blow-ou- t. Buck-hounds- ," acen-tralizati- silver into standard silver dollars, and these dollars made a legal tender for all obligations, the lower branch of Congress by a legal majority contended that the only way to maintain the parity of the metals was to coin both metals into jnonoy on exact terms of equality. purchasing act In.1890, when-thwas adopted, many senators and representatives said it would never bring about the parity of the metals., The predictions were true in eacli instance. They contended for the only method that ever established a parity between gold and silver as metals. ISow that all other experiments have failed, the people being desirous to use both gold and silver as money, and desiring to return to the only method whereby gold and silver walked hand in hand at a fixed ratio, are besmeared with tbe vilest epithets heaped upon them, each and every one of which their authors know to be false and libelous, as black as the charred walls of hades. They know that the democracy that this day are loyal to the commands of the party and anxious for its success, are the quiet, sober citizenship of this county. If they really believed them guilty of the charges made, they would not dare to open their cowardly mouths. AVe dislike to use words of oppro-biuconcerniug these farisees, who thank the Lord that they are better than other people, but we have our opinion and so liavo Jthe men regarding silver free this class of individuals and we assure you it is no exalted opinion. In short, we believe you to be a lot of ln'relingsserving for pay and writing what a soulless, conscience-les- s, deathless, greedy, grasping lot of corporations direct you to write. Talk on if you will, we are better ed to the coinage of, 1 : e tandard. There was no law do- hiring a gold standard since 1878. o representatives o,f the people ever eclared by legislation that our sil- vter money w.as redeemable m gold, and until this circular letter camo to light it was'-- mystery Irom whence citme our present gold standard It is how plain that our pr ?sent gold standard is an edict of th New York National Bankers As-s- o a I? V-- isataif 5 .O jL ' L it. a; : &. ;4 1 "s St. 3r ii .'.k fct. Trw; -- - - ?5 ' t j- At T -- "n i h -.-HAVING Stood means sound health. With pure, rich, healthy blood, the stomach and digestive organs will bo vigorous, nnd there will be no dyspepsia. Rheumatism and Neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofula and Salt Rheum will disappear. With pure Pure ;intion. has captured the pr sent administration, it has cap-t- u edthe delegates to the Republican Ni tional Convention. By the gri ce of God they failed to capture the rai k and file of the Democratic paEty. We appeal to all good men everywhere to save us from the death threatened tho Nation at the hands of this National Rankers Associa- -- This Association Your nerves will bo strong,' and your sleep sound, sweet and refreshing. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood. That is why It cures so many disease. That is why so many thousands take it to cure disease, retain good health, prevent sickness and sutlering. Remember Blood I .CORRESPONDENCE. arrrwr'r!MrmirarjK'Ti'aBns POXTOWN. Mrs. Captain Kash has 1 returned from a thre weeks visit to friends and rela tives in Montgomery county. Mr. P. II. Sullivan and wife were here lact Sunday. Mr. jj. D. Pow ell lost by distemper a fine colt by Dr. Hooker. A Bryan and Sewall club will be organized here next Saturday, and judging from ihe talk heard, it wilj be fully up lo tlio expectations of the most san- gume among us. At ill not do things by halves. "She is not built that m way." Mr. B. M. Igo is on tho sick list. His trip to the mountains coupled with tbe extreme heat was too much for hini. There was an "old folks" picnic at JJooneeborouph, last Thursday, and while lam grateful for an invitation, am not ancient enough to feel at ease with old people on occasions of that kind. Miss Margaret Igo, attended, and took excellent care of the patriarchs. As the result of a religious controversy between different denominations, the Red House people Mere thrown into a state of confusion Sunday. Considerable was indulged in and each accused the other of perver the truth. Detectives were here last week looking for Boone Frazier who was an accom . plice in the killing of Judge Combs in Brethitt Co., but finding no trace of him quietly left for parts unknown. The free turnpike idea doesn't meet mud-slingin- The fiftieth Anuiversarj- - Number of the Scientific American, New York, just out, is a really handsome and valuable Is tbe One True Blood ft jlflor. $1 jier bottle. publication of 72 pages. It reviews the ., . cur8 iJTer His; easy to 50 years in the varVlOOa S FllIS take,eajytooprate. 35c progress of the past ious sciences and industrial arts; and the Miss Mamie Dean are spending a few various articles by the beH scientific writers of the day are racily written days at Mallory. and richly illustrated. The editors have Rev. Mr. Farrer filled the pulpit at accomplished the difficult task of prethe Christian Church, Sunday and Sunsenting a compendium of information day night. that shall be at once historical, technical Rev. F. M. Hill, of Lancaster, preach- and popular. The interest never fiatrs ed at the Methodist church, Tuesday for a moment, and the story of the half night. century's growth is in its self a veritable Mr. G. C. Faris is attending the In- compendium ot valuable scientific inforstitute at Lancaster. mation for future reference. Price 10 Mr. Steal Teater, of Stanford, paid the cents per copy. We give herewith the titles of some of "Burg" a call Sunday. One of our young wheelmen, while the subjects treated. Steamslup, Naval out "scorching" Saturday evening came The and Coast Defense, railroads and Bridges in contact with a calf and was considerably bruised. His wheel was almost The Sewing Machine, Physics Mid Chemruined. Be more careful next lime, and istry, Eiectric Engineering, Progress of not try to beat tho road racing records Printing, The Locomotive, Iron and Steel, Photography, Phonograph, Telespecially at night. Miss Bessie Elkin, of Louisville, is egraph, Telephone, Telescopes, The Bi Trans-Atlant- ic Hood's Sarsaparilla THE EDITOR'S INGUBUS,? Sunday School was organized,! at Slick school house the fourth Sundaj; in July There is one aflliction which even with Brother L N. Douglas, Suit., W. B. supNew by, Sec'y-- i Mr. E. C. Million and long endurance scarcely renders, portable, tho true incubus of the hap-IpMrs. S. Hendren, Teachers. 'Attendance eiitor of newspaper or magazine, 120. the poetical contributor. There are several cases oLferjir in this It is doubtless true that much ot tiie locality. world's divinest poetry has owed its Crops are promising. Tobacco never finest inspiration to the emotion of sorwas better. Wheat damaged in the row or the passion of love; hence, naturshock and stack by so much rain, ally enough, the youthful mourner, sister, Mrs. P. C. Bogie. She lives in and the boyish or girlish lover, hastens Cripple Creek Colorado. Shs was a toexpressin verse the grief or the love daughter of W. G. nam. heart which "whispers the Mr. W. P. Kelley'a wife is sick. and bids it speak." There will be a Silver club Organized I used to ask myself a question forat Newhy in a few days named J. C. ever unanswered why the vast majority Chenault Silver club. of young writers deliberately chose, as the method of communication with tnc EIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF world of newspaper readers, the ode, the THE SCIENTIFIC AMERIgonnet, or the more difficult Spenserian CAN. stanza, rather than the 'simpler Sotm ss o'er-fraug- ht DECIDED TO BUSINESS, r- - QUIT ) As soon as I can dispose of my stock of goods, I hereby announce that on and after this date my entire STOCK OF DRY GOODS "CLOTHING, NOTIONS, of prose. I think I am right in the belief that but few of our own great poets began their famous careers in the Poets' Cor-- i nerofthc rural or the city newspaper-- ! Exceptions to the rule were Bryant, w ere whose first attempts at printed in a weekly journal oi Western .Massachusetts, and Whittier, who used to send his boyish effusions loan Essex county newsner. I think that, in later years, these illustrious singers would! have gladly obliterated even the memory of those youthful poeticfli ghts. Irving Allen, in August Lippiucott's. verse-makin- g FURNISHING COODS, HKTS, CKRPETS, ho Iii fact everything in the House, mu-- t closed out regardless of price for H ONLY! No goods will be charged to any one. All goods charged this year and preuiuis to this year is now due and must be paid at once without fur- REMEDY FOR FLIES OX CATTLE AND LICE ON POULTRY. Editor of Farmert Home Journal: I have changed my remedy for the ve oifivntic rhmi vnn mifl nnr. nflnr en, likely to disregard the laws of the land, but as vou are so willing to ex press yourself so often as to us, we feel after long forliearance, you should know our opinion of yon SOME NATIONAL BANK DISCLOSURES. cycle. visiting Miss Amos Willis. Also the $250 prize essay on Pro Dr. D. L. Fry has been on the sick gress of Inventions during the Past Fifty list a day or two. Years." Miss Ada Hamilton, of Nicholasville, who has been visiting Miss Lottie Faris, WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS. cev returned to tier home on last Monday. NEWBY. J. S. Stapp is on the sick list. ST-D3r"0At. tWY. Thos. Dargavel's child was kicked by What PEFFER'S NERViUQR Did! a horse and skull fractured. It nctg powerfully and qnlekljr. Cuies when all Dr. J. A. Davis is erecting a nice res- others mil. Ycraru men regain lost manhood, old men rceoTerrouibful TUtor. Absolutely Oaiir-nntee- d to CnreAervoutneai, idence at this place. He is kept busy Imj.otency, Nightly .Emission.Xntt Vitality. Ijntl'oircr, cither icx, Falling Memory. Wiutlnir Bli. by his professional calls day and night. eaics, and all eftctt of ! abate or txctntt and consumption. Born to the wife of J. B. Million, a boy indiicrttUin. Wards on Insanity and substitute on Don't let dnurglst impose a worthless you becano ltrleldn a greater rroflt. Insist on bar on August the 7th, 1S. Inj: EEPEIt'S UTEUVIGOU. or lend for It. Jackson Hendren, Randolph his mother at this of Couu-tyMo- ., g CAUSE. $500,-000,0- 00 one-thir- one-ha- h, with even a limited degree of favor in is visiting Mjjicaj ash'a, cmcuko, in. If there is a single man in place. , Sold bv Richmon Drug Co and W . G tiiis vicinity who will vote for free roads, Mr. Strawder Hood is visiting Relatives White'. we have yet to hear from him. The on Jolly Ridge. debt incurred through the new system of DR. PEFTER'8 Heathman & Jenkius say produce is road working seems to be pretty generOYAL-TANS- Y the standard with them. ally accepted asa warning. HEWniSCOVERT. KEVEHFA1LS. W. B. Smith, spoke Friday at Million. a now, reuiujiQ ana Blue 1 J 1 pressed, exceaMTo, scantyrtuer lorsup or painful &' A heavy rain and wind storm at this mer.sturatlon. Now used by t rer BO.000 ladles. lnTlgrorates these organs, lie. VALLEY VIEW. place, Friday, August 7th. Blew corn jF Winn unrinini uuisnnu.tL Kama 17 V?: In r b0I niall box Bent and tobacco, uprooted trees; did no damsealed ! plain wrapper. Send to la 4 Born, to the wife of Larson Reynolds, mr psrucaisn. Hold , rwnin or add ros I'KFF Kitbr !eal age to buildings. raasfeu MEJH a son, the 4th inst. E. C. Million sold a car load of hogs to Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and "V. Miss Mattie Moore, of Union Mills, Bales & Wagers at $2.90. G. White. was the attractive guest of Miss Sina Parties hunting hogs at 3 cents to feed; Wharton the pact week. thin in order the sort wanted. J. W. Wilson is teaching a class in Corn rrons never better in this vicim'-- penmanship at this nlace". this section. rsrmt Can bo carrtod In Test pocket. Prepaid wrap- 3 iw-vvr UU. ur V lor 4. WHO JK 1 fMlllTt 11 rltten Onaraotte to Care orllefnnd the iree. bold By rtrnsxnts. Artdr- -i r as follows: Take coal tar two parts, coal oil and urease one part each, with a small amount of carbolic acid. Apply with a cloth by moistening the hair, including the horns and legs, and cattle so treated will be se. cure from Mies. A half gallon will be sufficient for a dozen cows, and a single application will last ten days or more in dry weather. The day before I used the remedy I sold OS jioundsof milk; the day after I sold 112. This remedy is effective as a lice exterminator on poultry by simply paint iug the sides, roosts and dropping board of the henery with it. For young chickens, saturate a cloth with it and place in the bottom of a box and place the mother hen and chicks in the box for an hour or more If chickens are right young, just put in the hen. Coal tar is the base of this remedy; if the liquid is to thin to adhere well add more coal tar; if to thick to spread readily add more coal oil, and heat to about blood heat before ubing if weather is cool. This receipt is equal to any fly pest remedy in the mar ket. Cut it out and use it. II. F. Work. ther notice. This is Strictly Business and I mean exactly what I say as reganls my accounts and as to my stock of goods on hand. . ; Same Musi Es Soli Regardless THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY WHETHER STOCK YOD TO ::' Price! BUY NOW NEED GOODS OR NOT AS MY IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE AND PILLS Annual Sunday school Convention of the Kentucky Sunday-schoUnion will convene in the First Baptist Clinch, Owensboro, on Tuesday afternoon, August lo. The Thirty-firs- t ol h, 4. wmm. g, P. S. Fixtures for sale. " - MUST BE SOLD. Yours truly, Every school is entitled to one delegate for each hundred or fraction thereof of its membership. .... fiVW The Sunn'- - " battle ' s of Cu-.- 1 w is to Cuba, and yet .. ly get outside the breast-wor- never-gne- troops can scarceks amount down, down, and continually down, went t!u reserve, and he was about to sell another batch of bond. The National Banks came to his rescue, put up $1S,(XX),(KK) in gold, called olT the dogs, stopped the downward chase and the le.serve lias for the firt tiin in three years intact above the danger mark. It is evident that the National Bank can do more to maintain the reserve with 18 millions than Mr. Carlisle can witii 2t2 millions. Are we, or are we not at the mercy of the National Banks and money sharks? ing this 2(Hjum,j rmou-- . v Notwithstand- around Havana. EVAPORATING. ed Into the jaws of deatli rode the six hundred." So it was at Baiakla-vand so it was witli the six hundred Clark county Democrats who are reported to have repudiated the Chicago plaform. The Winchester J Sun says: "The list of Clark county bolters, when read before the Courier-Journa, al .o.iu ol ca ek. kj. A. Nicola, of Cleveland, Ohio, was peal, in. here last week on business, pertaining to personal infln. e his lumber interests at this place. and particularly let ., v A protracted meeting begins at Bethel known to your senators. The fiu re life of national banks as fixed and safe Christian church next Sunday. Rev. investments depends upon immedi- Jesse Culwell will conduct the services ate action, as there is an increasing The belfry to our church lias been comsentiment in favor of government pleted and therewith, one more link has legal tender notes and silver coin- been added to the chain of the metropolitan airs of our busy, thriving city. age." u Cincin- - fib rtilB Miss Nan. won remove S. T. Cobb to her rece property. bert Mason will also je. Tobacco cutting has begun, worms are bad and the weed irbeing cut a little green to avoid them. FrSJ titfi t2rtjjuartiiciriaairflBfrflB7aBraa MwwMMwMMt p53 BIS gJs Em GREAT . - 31 ; t PANOLA t I t fe VIOLENT 16 TO 1. Davidson, Republican candidate for Congress in this district, said at three different times in speech that if elected lie would vote for putting sixteen ounces of silver in every one dollar piece. "What tremendous ignorance! ARGUMENT vs. SLUSH. Perhaps you have noticed how the papers Republican and third-tickhave daily published letters-fro- m some almost insignificant individuals who have- declared themselves for McKinley or a thirdr.ticket. Now everyone knows that it would be positively out of the question and perfectly absnrd for the Bryan and Sewell papers to do that when they have argument and don't need slush. et - contingent at Louisville last week, created quite a sensation, and was hailed with much enthusiasm. The list, as published in the Wall Street jiaper, contains 202 names, and a says there are 423. others in the same boat, or words to that effect. The list, however, needs sifting, and at the same time the "423 others," who are supposed to be running around loose like "Lowrey's buttermilk," might be weeded out to ome extent. In the list appers the names of several Republicans, also of many Democrats who will support the regnlarly constituted Democratic ticket as nominated at Chicago. Shiny signed the paper not knowing what it was all about, and by the time election day rolls around tho movers in the "third ticket" scheme will find that their G25 bolters have dwindled down to a mere handful of voters who will know better next time." foot-no- te tho-nam- HARD WORDS. SL-- WHY NOT THE COURTHOUSE? colored yiitch he spoke was filled to Hon. A, R. Burnam addressed the Republicans of Richmond Tuesday night and made one of his excellent speeches. The house in over- flowing. Pantagraph. Many citizens would like to know in what'liouse this address was delivered. We had concluded that on account of the high position to which Mr. Burnam aspired he would hardly be guilty of creeping clown dark alleys at late hours of the night for the purpose of misleading a confiding people, but you hear what his or gan says. WHO ARE THE GOLDBUGS? te Have you ever asked yourself the question who are the goldbugs? Here is a partial list: The corporations. The combinations. Tho niggers most of them. ' The trusts. The floaters. The government pap suckers.. The fellows who don't know any better. The classes. The dead rank suckers. v The bondholders. The galoots. The big manufacturers. ' 4 The traitors. . . The theorist. " pie-hunte- rs. persons who use these extreiiio words were understood to lie really in earnest. It is no uncommon octhe recurrence for the adherents-ocently promulgated Chicago platform to bo referred to as anarchists, socialists, incendiaries, rioters; in short, the apostles of Schwab, Spies and Herr Most. Milder epithets such as "whiskers," "hayseeds," and "silver shriekers" are not overlockd. Such expressions come daily from the rotten goldbug press of Louisville; every editorial writer, of which is a hireling employed at tie hands of corporations that are backed up by all manner of trusts and combines and other enemies of the people. Sensible people do not and will not believe these f bomb-thrower- s, "Thoughts unuttered sometimes fall back dead, but God himself can't kill them, once they are said." Many harsh things are being said about the advocates of silver things that would result seriously, if the To whose interest is it to have silver, silver certificates and treasury notes retired? We have been told that this must be done to protect the National Treasury. The circular says that it is for the benefit of National Banks. To benefit tiie National Banks what must the people pay? "This will require the authorization of from to $1,000,000,000 of new bonds." For what purpose? As a basis of circulation. How, our National Bank friends, do you expect to induce the people to take all of this burden on d themselves? "At once retire of your circulation. Call in of your loans. Bo careful to make a money stringency felt your patrons, especially among among influential business men." Why, our National Bank friends, do you want to destroy our silver money, contract the National Bank lf call in circulation of your loans and bring upon the business and commerce of our country stagnation nnd failure, distress, hunger and misery throughout the nation? "The future life of National Banks, as fixed and safe investments, depend upon immediate action." "Why? Because "there is an increasing sentiment in favor of government legal tender notes and silver coinage." The plot of Guy Fawks &c, to blow up tho English Parliament, was not so dark and damnable in its designs. Had he been successful a few lives would'have been lost. The con'summation of this plot has destroyed hundreds of thousands of homes, and innocent women nnd children shivered in the winters blast and cried for bread. Thousands are without fixed places of abode and are to day wanderers up and clown the land. For what? To secure, as they say, tho future life of National Banks. Wero these circulars sent out, and did any ono in this community feel hc effect of this edict? It would appear from tho following note demanded by a president of a National Bank of Richmond, Ky., of an "influential business man" that the advise was heeded by some at least hero: $5,00-000,000 It is claimed that the rain which fell here and oast of this place Saturday even-iu- g How 8ft cet the chime of our church bell was the heaviest ever seen for the As it's creed in music tell, space of time. Had it lasted long the In tones tiiat float upon the air. damage would have been great. As soft as song, as pure as prayer. Judge Chenault and the siher orator Oh, how our hearts with rapture swell Jesse Cobb, made speeches here for BryWhen in mellow tonc3 our bell exclaim: an and free silver, satisfactory tQ Democrats. A protracted meeting is in. progress at Speedwell Christian church. Brother Caldwell is doing the preaching. Dr. A. James, petroleum aperator here, a long life Republican, annouces his intention of voting for Bryan and free silver. David Baker and Harvey Reace shot eacli other last week in Estill County, Reace dying on the spot and Baker is mortally wounded. Family trouble. T 'Life ia boon to mortals given To fit the soul for bliss pa heaven." Look up to heaven this holy day, Where angels wait to lead the way, And not expect a passport by noble deeds For love is. holier than creeds. No progress made by mortal man Can change the just eternal plan, In rituals and faith excel Rings out our Presbyterian bell. Miss Sina Wharton entertained Monday evening the 3rd inst. a number of friends in honor of her loth birthday. The parlor was brightly lit, not only by flaming jets, but from the love that shone from the countenance of each innocent venus present as they sipped the frozen dainties that liad been prepared for those who was fortunate to be present. Miss Sina was the recipiant of many compliments on her beauty and many accomplishments by those present, who wished the world a vast cornucopia, pouring out fruits of joy, prosperity, h'ealth and contentment as she journeys of life toward the succeeding mile-stonuntil the burden of old age admonishes her that all the sweetness of living lias been exhausted. C Ice creanfsupper at the ahurch atjthis pkice next Saturday night, benefit of church. Come bring your sister or some ether fellow's sister. mm one-thir- Ip one-ha- lf tt THIRTY (30) DAYS! SUMMER SALE OF SPRING CLOTH BONA FIDE SALE-- NO WALLAOETON. dklayed. Isaac Taylor drove two of his work steers to hard and got them hot and killed them, the best ones he had, which is four he has lost in six months. There came very near being a bloody fight at Snider switch Saturday morning, between Fann Byrd and Sarah Mobley and a Miss Mcbley, over somo talk they had had, about each other. Knives and pistols were drawn, but the fuss was stopped by some old men. Mrs. Sarah J. Smith, who has been very low with typhoid fever is improv- one-thir- d, one-ha- Fsraj FAKE! . ing. t? X DOYLESVILLE. a gold note. Mrs. William Hisle is very sick. Several persons from here are attending meeting at College Hill. Misses Callie Powell and Ella Durham SLICK KOOK. ' visited friends at Red House last wek. delayed There will be a quilt sale at the MethThe people are almost ail for Silver odist church, this place, on Saturday few. evening, August 22nd, also speeches and Wo had some good singing at Slick singing by the Sunday school. No charges for admission. Everybody in- Rock yesterday by Messrs. A. J. Million, J. M. and Jacob Long, and our Sunday vited. by accident left School classes. The word brother was Mrs Louisa E. Masters is visiting her out of the accident last week which told Charles Smith is very ill with fever. SfjHJ P. F. Smith is very ill with fever. SITU Leonard Watkins will start to Hamml m ilton, Ohio, in few days. IGrLHL James Smith, of Preachersville, died of .typhoid foyer on the 20 ult. His wife died just three weeks and three days before. They leavo three children, one three mouths old; Died on last Thursday night Mr. Reuben Kindred. She leaves many friends to mourn her loss. Aue about 30 years. H i w-! This sale includes our entire LINE of SPEING CLOTHING consisting of all LI1U JUAJLJCiOi JLJDLLnVD ill VilOOXiUJ2iJJ, JJXUCiYJLUX ailQ W UliCJT iliJJ RTTTTS XT xuuui .!, hnfh SAHTT nnrl TTTRKK. . Ci 1 s nun ll :i 1 iiuureu s ouits. m KnTTfYNT nTTTAWAVC - a- A . XX. J. K7. - Sia T T OXloVS A I S! L gP If! tJ)Ua frSI J 3TRAW TO jU HALF PRICE! - We make this sale to make lip room for- our FALL GOODS $ freely administered charges, but On the first day of they are insults to a large per cent, of our people. If all who adhere to January, 1891, we, or either of us, Bryan and Se'all and tho Chicago promise to pay, to dollars, with G per cent inplatform are anarchists, then anarchism is in the ascendency and th terest thereon from this date, until tail ought to cease to wag tho dog. Itis paid, and we agree, and bind ourpleasing to think that thousands of selves to pa j said debt when due and our people nre avoidingthose unpro- all accrue'd interest in gold coin of voked insults by ceasing to read tho the. United States of America, or to papers they have aided for a quar- lie paid in other money of equal intrinsic .and exchangeable value with ter of a century in supporting. Why should our people bo. thus "United States coin. Value received, characterized? They beliovo in no Aug. llt 1893. Tbo dfs. This note is now in our possession, new untried or dangerous doctrine. The The fellow that's agin all his It was the law of the land eighty-on- e and should it Ijqcomo (necessary wo of our exis- will give names and amount-syears neighbors. "Wo'doubt not but this is" onf of the tence as a Republic. The fllopovers. ohI of which ourmoney first gold notes domanded-.:- n this, The. metals Thejaangwhangs. " was made wre,Ti;epl-n- arer at. a par "county for thgfpWjwenty-fiV- e .Tbe (tumiiMim was, the yotf ity than hi any ,otber ever tried. r s k ,era? T$rjlQjta : e$Kbeftfd of ik. gold At th ttHMTew . miaic were, opea-- JJtftttbnr-vi five-hixths ofMisj Ella Durham and her brother visiting in Fayette Co., which made it read very different fronr the wag it should have read. Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, tft KERKSVILLfi. , Miss Dovie Burton, of Lawrencebu is visitim; her sister, Mrs. Alice Faris. Master Burtio Smith, of Irvine, is spending a few days with relatives here. Miss Ida Coy has returned from a visit to.relatiyes in Clark County. Miss Bonnie .Bush, accompanied her and will remain few weeks. Must Maud Baily, of,'Harrodsburg', is yjflitiBR'Mraf j; B. Walker., i MieeesjJJertba and Audie uunwiue.-'oLancaster, are vtsitinfpiise iilfeAWalk-- mm CREAM ill mm Hfrti lip r B -- v BAKING POHDffi - " f -- Za' &&S&L.S, I.. e IKi Mrs. T. - J. TZl. , CortM V ;ra , - JMOSTTPERFECT MAD Tartar PtMtAPS w 7 , ami Ammonia, AUnryoUr , YEARS d itoQCMrltad 40 m i Leading Tailors arid Clothiers,I? - r ., - fflfll w flMHI 1 I .1 r W99W WlSlflll . - S"5 rA -- & tJ Tli Tt liZ ii x 13 fpil S3 life 1 !JV v lo- . - ' tr ,. r- - -- "' aigfcfcf.A.'rzr w :v nRBE,aEicaKaeo3r3Di - I 0 sc. 7 rfe ii k M ,, J "t& irp --T'.jw--x "lv, Died In Lexington. n? X' THE CLIMAX, - - 1S9G. General Baptist Association. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1! TEK& Yes, Sir, oil of sassafras will killlice on ld and young chickens, says a writer. City and inboxbao life eomtine.1. Uctrtc can io The Ideal College Ilome or the South." Extraordinary bealthlnlnw. EwLt tftboob taught.by jkiHnt door. MagnlBcntParkori5rM. Ml ;ho arc raising chickens know that Amateur photograph y .Miukt, Stereoptiron pcciilit: Diploma conferred by School) and ennobling illurtrationsand aMociation Tirow reason influence Art aud Elocution uiwurpaoMd ElMated he greatest trouble with young chicks Miss Nora Francis is visiting able. Handsome iuatraiea ook, aeocnDing urouuiui ircuuv.., ....-- I'M FOR FREE SILVER. 3f ! IKmmI, I is the large gray head louse, which kill-- i nt frennn apnliratian la. 1 friends in Garrard county. I Heron. J PW BrseaC more chicks than anj disease they are Auditor Stone and sonr James afilicted with. For little cliiika tl e came up fromlFrankfort Saturday. sassafras oil in the food jyill kill the pests f YOUNG Cattle. Miss Jennie Lackey is visiting reon grown chickens I tried it on chicks. latives near Richmond. Lancaster An agent of Morris, of Chicago, has LADIES. Whenever I set a hen Itgivc her, every n, bought in Madison county a train Record. third day, ten drops of oil in a little bran j:st Session opens September loth. Unsurpassed tlimate, location, buildings, equipment load of fat cattle, average about and health record. Elective courses. High standard of graduation. Best facilities for Signor Joo Giunchigliani went to or meal until she is through sitting. As thr stndvof Music. Art. Literature. Laniruaees. Elocution. Physical Culture. StenoirraohT. 1,530 pounds at 4 cents.. The heavCynthiana last Sunday tovisitGuido Dressmaking, etc Nashville offers advantages in lectures, concerts and opportunities of soon as the chicks are two days old, I practical education to be found only in U" larger cities. For illustrated catalogue, address iest were 1,700. James 1$. Parkes give the hen aud the chicks a fourth of Biancke. J. U. BLANTON, President. Nashville, Teas. furnished the largest number, 100 a teaspoon tvice a week. I have at presMiss Florenco Bush, of Wincheshead. M. C. Covington, Irvine a better understanding of the ent sixty two chicks rive weeks old and ter, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. H. transient nature of the many phys- they are the finest looking lot lever had. White, John D. Goodloe. J.A.liallnrd, ." E Campbell. 'J ical ills, which vanish before proper efLijhtalng Hct D'op T. J. Smith and C. E. Black furtVil I prefer sassafras oil over everything I fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts Mr. Joseph Asbury, of Clark counWiiai a Funnr Namel nished the balance. rightly directed. There is comfort in have ever tried for lice for the followitig ty, was the guest of Dr. G. W. Evans the knowledge, that so many forms of Very True, but It Kills All Fain. Mrs. French Tipton wid open a prireasons: First it is no trouble at all to l. Live Alligators. last Monday. siakness are not due to any actual 3is-easvate school at her home on far-awin Sold Everywhere. Every Day ise it, as it is given in the food. Second, but simply to a constipated condi"W. U. Operator McCormick re1 r( r3, Mr B. C. Stockton came up from tion of the system, which the pleasant there is no danger of killing any chick v Without Rollef, There Is No Pay! Richmond, on TvEli'-'S- S ceived on Monday from Key West, Cincinnati last week to spend a few family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt- y with it. Third, there is no handling of V3 ly removes. That is why it is the days at home. Florida, a pair of young alligators, with millions of families, and is the chicks, one by one, as in lard and 18 inches long. They were sent by Mr. Chas. T. Chenault has returned everywhere esteemed so highly by all other cures. The suggestion of using An everyday scene all over the country. House-to-houTo Cleanse the Systcn. More than nine Terms reasonable. his friend J. C. Weiand, of Mays-vill- o, from a visit to his cousin, Miss Nancy who value good health. Its beneficial the oil in the kerosene emulsion is exAccommodations years experience. are due to the fact, thai, it is the effects who is a Cuban sympathizer, Huguely,of Danville. Limited number aud special liryan Club to bo formed at and has doubtless gone one remedy which promotes internal cellent to put in the whitewash used Effectually yet gently, when costive or 10-to Cuba to Mrs. Fannie Miller, formerly Miss cleanliness without debilitating the for the lien house. Journal of Agricul- bilious, or when the blood is impure or attention. rnurt house, night at 8 join the army of Insurgents, and beis Shelby, of Lexington, is the guest of organs on which it acts.toItget therefore ture. o clock. sluggish, to permently overcome habitai its beneall important, in order ing well up in military matters will in Mrs. Elizabeth Irvine. ficial effects, to note when you purual constipation, to awaken the kidneys W. ('. Gormley's saloon licenses soon be an officer. Noiic A SLUMP IN ROCK. genuine artiMiss Lizzie Schlegol, of Mt. Ster- chase, that you have the and liver to a healthy activity, without ha, ing expired lie lias closed for the Caliby ling, is visiting her cousin, Miss cle, which is manufactured and the by irritating or weakening them, to dispel Co. only sold Bryan Club. fornia Fig Syrup present. Fox-tow- n, Last "Wednesday Mr. Atlas, the anEdna Schlegel, this week. headaches, colds, or fevers, use fcymp all reputable druggists. All persons interested in the noin Special train to Tarks Hill camp If in the enjoyment of good health, cient gentlemen who is said to support of Figs. having Miss Jennie Ferrill, of Bichmond, ALL persons of L. H.claims against and the system is regular, laxatives or the world on his shoulders, was evidentmeeting, Sunday, round trip fl,over inees.oftho Chicago convention are Pigg, der'tl., is the guest of Mrs. Brutus Clay, Jr., other remedies are then not needed. .If ly on a high. At any rate the old man's A voung tiger iu a show at Chillicothe and the firm of L. II. Pigg it Co., respectfully requested to meet in the I . fc X. afflicted with any actual disease, one near this city. Bourbon News. file tin saifie with lower room of the court houso Aug. to the most, skillful burden tilted a little to one side, and as Ohio, Bpraug upon a child of themau will please verified for payment, on- - or Little Miss Janio Dawson, of Stan- may be commendedin need of a laxative, the careened thousands ot tons of the managery and crushed its fkull, killing R. I Todhuntcr, a prominent 13, at 8 o'clock p. in., for the purpose physicians, but if before Saturday. Sei?t. 12. 1SX5. r ford, is visiting Miss Allie Tribble one should have the best, and with the limestone cliff at the high log chute be- it almost instantly. citizen of Fayctto county, is danger- of forming a Bryan Club. the same will le barred. d everywhere, Syrup of at her home on Fifth street. 10-ously ill. AV. W. PIGG, Admr. J". B. Ciikn-aui-t, Figs stands highest and is mosl largely low the Old Landing in this county, gave Tour Life Insured lc A Day. W. H. Wagers of Wisemantown, used and gives most general satLif action. way and tumbled down the cragsy hillCh'm. Dem. County Committee. Pomp Jointer's horse fell into an The Glass Bottle Blowers' Association G. W. Evans, side to the county. road below. One rock Estill county, was in town Monday unfinished cistorn on Prathor Bow Our insurance is protected by bankable Ch'm County Campaign Committee. and subscribed for the Climax. about eighty feel long, twenty feet in paper on the Capital City Bank of Col of tlie United States is holding its annual and had to Ihj dug out. ed the sales. " 111., and reports indiwidth and some fifteen feet thick lodged Dr. A. Wilkes Smith and son, Elstronger session in Streator, The Madison National bank has Mr. Editor, do you suppose that would at a point ten or fifteen feet above the umbus, O. There can be no At Work. cate au early resumption of glass iudues-tr.e- s. liott Poe, are at Old Point Comfort, he the case if your "market bill" were "tiarantee "iven you. "We dare not use nn arithmometer for adding figures, county road and six others as big as a banks name without authority, if you Bedmon & Brown, the colored unseeing tiie great naval exhibition. and it doesn't cost but $375. raised to a point where the farmer could found their resting place iu the doubt it write them. Good health dertakers, have had three burials. L. V. Harknes- - owns 1)00 acres of land Mr. W. H. Culton, of McKee. procure material for building" Kaife houses highway. It is completely obstructed school with limited lumi-1- it The first was a child of Mary Boys-to- n. Private best life insurance. "Wrights Celery in body in Eayette county. Jackson county, is visiting his father, the bill ; give the farmer the ability to and the large stones will have to be On Sunday there were two-Je- sse and special attention. See card Capsules gives you good health, they light-weigBev. J. N, Culton at Bed House. take the accumulated stock, for he needs broken up before they can be removed. Bull, an aged but good citizen. .f Mrs. French Tipton, this issue. Since 1S7S there have been nine epicure liver, Kidnev and fctomach trouble, fires would be relit in every Miss Hattie Letcher, who has been it, and the sav that when the cliff Rheumatism, The other was the wife of Joe Irvine, Constipation and Sick demics of dysentery in different portal of Mr. K. Shackelford, who has visiting Miss Mary Shackelford, has nail factory in the Union within thirty and the huge bowlders came tumbling Headaches. 100 days treatment costs lc the country in which Chamberlain's dangerously ill at his home for who died at the Infirmary after a returned to her home in Cincinnati.' days. The ranks of idle workmen would down, the elements were filled with the on above bank, in Colic, Cholera and Dinrrltoen Remedy tin- - past three "weeks, is recovering surgical operation for tumor. Joe's as by magic. Mine and tlyingdirt and debris, the whole face of a day. A sight draft Miss Mamie Bryant, who has been be decimated first wife was a daughter of Jesse every SI box, which bring your money was used with perfect success. Dysenslow ly. visiting Miss Earle Chenault, has factory would be transformed into busy hill resembling a heavy fog. It is well back if they fail to cure you. Bull, alwve mentioned, but she died tery, when epidemic, is almost as severo Capt. Pates, of the B. X. I. & B., and a year ago he married again. returned to lior homo in Nicholas-vill- o. life, wliere now in the silence of death. that no one was passing the road at that aud dangerous as Asiattic cholera. HereDruggist. !M2 of nails is true of wire point at the time. Beattyville Enter- Sold by What is true will remove to the residence on tofore the best efforts ot tlie most skilled h. for fencing, of farm machinery, of wag- prise. Clark county fair made between $o00 Crap Shooters Caught. Broadway just vacated by Mr. Mr. Kie Oldham, formerly of this physicians have failed to cheek its ravons, of buggies and carriages, of ill lines and 31,000. Vrii's county, now attorney-at-laages, tli is remedy, however, has cured Last Saturday night, Chief of Little of cloth and clothing, even bcoks and blood causes that tired rs The Italian war ship I'oma was struck the most malignant cases, both of chilBock, Arkansas, is visiting relatives ss houses in Bichmond Police Terrill raided a gang of newspapers, those engines of civ lization feeling. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies by lightning at sea, and had to be blown dren ami adults, and under the most in the old Garnott House, in this county. uiut be scarce, as a piano repair Liscare-fullare beginning to be dispensed with. enriches and vitalizes the blood and gives up with torpedoes to prevent the fire now unoccupied, and captured about -- Imp trying conditions, which proves it to Im is kept in a tent, corner Main Mr. W. R. McDowell, U. S. store- ten to Bradstreet : vigor and vitality. It from reaching the powder magazine be tiie best medicine in the werkl Mr bowel fifteen of them. They were all ne.uid B. streets. county, has been keeper in Anderson "Among manufacturers of iron and Tickets will be on sale on August 24 fore the sailors could take the boats. groes. They were tried in the Police comptoints. For sale by Hagaa'd Pharat home tho past two weeks in the steel it is regarded as serious in some Charles Lester, for more than Court Monday morning and fined and 23, and will be good returning until macy. sick catalogue. owing to the fallingofT of demand." lines, Rev. Lucien Noel, son of attorney II. years a prominent citizen of $20.00 and costs each. Beware, August 29. Dr. Hogan, dentist, Waco, was in Put up the ' market bill," and instead T. Noel, of l.ancaster, was married laat liiTiM. ami proprietor of a planing gamblers, for Colorado claims an eighty-si- x pound the police arc after all The Priucesa of Wales kodaked L week, to Miss Susan Kiucaid. sister of potato. Richmond, Monday, makingarrange-ment- a of that miue and factory, employer and in1!!, is dead at the age of probably of you. to remove to Williamsburg, employe, manufacturer and merchant Hung Chang, after his lunch with the Judge Charles E. Kincaid.the ceremony o ars. A UJiaiiee to Make Muuey. Whitley county. will all feel the new current of life; city Queen. at.Mt. Carmel, Illinois, where the groom The Handsomest in Kentucky. Bear in mind gospel tont meetI Have berries, grapes awl peaehes, a w.is dangerously ill. Miss Florrie Chenault has returned and country would again become prosPersons desiring such accommodations Contractor Dozier on Monday coming at Berea by Baptist church, year okl, fresh as when picked. I ue from a visit to her cousin, Nancy perous. The sun would shine blight on should notify Mr. Bedford uot latcrthan 2Mb, Bev. J. G. Parsons, pleted the erection of the massive UEO. W. KH.EY tiie California Cold process, do not heat the cotton and tho corn. The lanks of August 21. Huguely, in Danville. While there B . Dr. McCown, Bev. Carter Helm stone posts and gates of the cemeor seal the fruit; just put it iipcofcl, keeps idle men would be thinned 3gain. The she attended the fair. tery. There is nothing in tho State most cordially invited. J"'lles. Arc. Miss Of Shelbvville, Ky., Recommends Dist. No. 19. Richmond. perfectly fresh, and costs almost nothing; merchant will find the old customers Cuies, absolute, permanent cures have so elegant as they are three colossal Hon. C. P. Meredith, of Louisville, It is to be hoped that all the old vete- Maggie Mitchell. Hood's Sarsaparilla the largWright's Celery Capsules. ran pnt up a hrtshel in ten minutes. Tin- - Infirmary Association back at his counters . prosperity will be Moorisli columns and four tremenGrand Master I. O. O. F. of Kentucky, Last week I sold directions to over 120 to thank the Building Connnit-- t dous iron gates. Now lot the curved rans of the First Kentucky will make it Dist. No. 20. Baldwin. Miss Lula will pay an Official visit to Madison gin to smile at every industrious home ; est eaies in the world and the first place as matters of far a point to be present, It Shelby ille, Ky., M.iv 2., "OfJ. To families; anyone will pay a dollar lor i and all who contributed so libernewly clad children will wend their way among medicines. Tudor. Lodge, No. 14, Monday, August 24th. drive through the dense locust grove directions, when thev see the beautiful and all the innumerally to the recent improvements on follow at once, and Bichmond will reaching importance will be discussed to the school-rooDist. No, 21. Baldwin A. J. Hol- There may be some who prefer to stop Wright Medical Co., Col., O.. Miss Mai Weels, who has been the able bhssings that come from piosperous aud among other things a society formed Gents I have purchased a box of ampke of fruit. As tliere are matty tin- building. man. at a hotel at theirown expense, and there have by odds the most elaborate for the collection and preservation of Dist. No 22. Perkins Mrs. Mary guest of Miss Birdie Znring for the times will flow into the homes" of the may be those who, though not delegates, Wright's Celerv Capsules from G. L.-- people poor like myself, I consider it my past two weeks, has returned to her people made poor by the grasp of the' Miss Jennie Barnes, teacher of cemetery, size of town considered, in historical data. All Kentucky papers Haden. still desire to attend the convention. Middelton, druggist, and used them foa duty to give my experiance to such, and who kindly remember this grand old reg the public school at Newby, and Mr. the State. money power it was wont to be called Low rates have been made by the hotels. Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver aud Consti feel confident any one can make one or Dist. No 23. Perkins Mrs. Sophia home in Georgetown B. C. Bronston, son of Jacob Brons-to- n, iment w ill please give notice of meeting, Gibson. Mrs. W. K. Argo, of Colorado "money devil." nation and found that they gave me im two hundred dollare rouod home in a At Danville Fair. were married in Bichmond, Friand attend the reunion. A storm broke a dam at llichmond, mediate relief every time. 1 think it au few days. I w ill itia.il" RmrHes of If ult Mr. Editor it is almost impossible to No 21. Perkins Mrs. Flor- - Springs, Col., accompanied by her Dist. Bales & McElwaine took blue ribS. M. Booxe, Sr., day night, at the home of Win. two children, is visitingjher father, keen enthusiasm down to its proper Indiana, iu greatest flood eastern excellent remedy. and complete direction, to any of your ence Dozier. bon on stallion and over; Arrans-tments- . Si m ms. Committee of did a S100.0C0 Yours very trulv, readers., for eighteen two eents stain.?, piotiires'iuj gieat na- Indiana eve. Net- Wm. Chenault, Esq. level, as the eye Dist. No. 25. White Hall Miss harness stallion any age; also certifiGeo. W. Riley. which is the only actual cost of the samJudge Orear at Mt. Sterling has cate, on stallion four-yea- rs Nancy Neal, of Winchester, tion again at work building homes, fillitfg damage. old and Removed From Rocktord lo clasngel es tie Whitaker. re " decided that the act of the last Tennie . Tl-o- . Dist. No. 2G. Newby M been s, Yi?inr of Miss them witli., plenty of good cloths,, food, over, fancy saddle iinro. saddle mare re drown ple, postage, etc., to hhj Francis Gaby, nsboro extend citier' Fourthousa . ii , . A Chicago rrssociateruispr.tch Barnes. reqi-;-ir.xollgates to pass St. Louis, Mo. Tommie Barnes for the pat two iuri.uu., uoQsvpaucra siiuiooa uungs iiospitality 1 214 old, harness mare js who present ed in a tidal wac. says: "It is related by several of Dist. No. 27. Million, Miss Hattie weeks, returned home yesterday. s 'hool children and people going to old, harnessgo to make a great moral, intelligent that stallion or gelding proper credei. --j, signed by the State rvan is a Cumberland Pre&vterfc-H- . those who have recently deserted Taylor. SEES THE ERROR OF HIS WAV or from church free of charge is unojd. Misses Nancy Huguely, of Dan- free people. Secretary. Names must bo sent to Mr. 'Heaven' at Bockford constitutional. Judge II. T. Noel, who has alwavs Mr. Harrison said, when he was a can- .S. W. Bedford, Smith Building. Owcus-boro- , Dist. No. 29. Harris A. B. Elli- ville, and Florence Chenault, of Co., carpet ttaJen, Mat Cohen took blue ribbon on the George Jacob Schweinfurth has Boyd, Hat . that son. P. H. Sullivmi and G. W.Evans, double team, stallion or gelding Richmond, will visit Miss Louise didate for the Presidency, that the Demnot later than August 21 to secure been a rank gold man, and w ho has a Philadelphia, aN!iBetr''5t "' left Mount Zion for good and all, world of influence in Garrard count, Dist. No. 30. Terrill Miss Lena Sti Railey during the Fair. Woodford ocratic party was a student of maxims entertainment. old, harness mare any age. Jr.. will speak at Foxtown on Satur-d- aj with the intention of locating on vers. came into the court house at Lancaster, rather than markets. In ray opinion he . August 15th, at 5 p in. Every- Also certificate on roadster mare or property in California. He left the Sun. now everybody is begining to take Monday, during the Bryan club meeting Six weeks ago I suifered with i Dist. No. 31. Kingston Miss Nanwas near the truth, and the tencency of body invited. Democratic club will gelding. Bur-iia- m Misses Julia Higgins, Esther settlement alnonth ago and it was nie Tudor. the teachings of the party is to make Just Spring medicine. And it is a aud walking up to Chairman Farris severe coki; was ahno&t uuabte to speak. be organized after speaking. and Mary Tribblo, of Richmond, said he would return shortly, but Teachers and Beneficiaries. Dist. No. 32. Berea Miss Fannie are visiting Miss Frances Claybrook, doctrinaires incapable of applying func good thing to do provided you take Sim said: "I am with vou. I fought jon My friends all advised me to coit-si- t a among his Madison county hail no represenChamberlain"; Noticing On the .same day and place, Aug. several of the favorites of government so as to produce the mons Liver Regulator the best Spring hard, but now I see my. error. Bryan physician. Steward. Kentuckian-Citize- n. tions at Hutchison. Paris tative at the National Democratic 21 and 22, which will be the last followers have joined him. Mrs. A. I heartily endoise him." Cough Remedy advertised in Hhj St. highest and most satisfactory results-Mr- . Medicine. It's a sluggish liver that is right. Dist. No. 33. Beroa Hansford Far-i- s. ( oinniittce meeting at Indianapolis I. Tuttle and her two celebrated teachers examination held this year, Harrison also said that a "chpap clogs the system and makes bad blood. This was quite a surprise to the politi- Paul Volks Zcitung I procured a Itottle, Mr. Henry Roid, of Winchester, t fix a time and place for a national the County Board of Examiners will children, claimed to be born 'of tho Dist. No. 34. Berea Miss Stella formerly typographer on the Regis coat makes a cheap man," aud to this A dose a day of Simmons Liver Regula- cians of the town, who have always and after taking it a short while was en(invent ion, but Winchester had two also hold a competative examination Holy Ghost; Miss Schweinfurth, point the present strike of 2o,000 tailors tor will make a new man out of you, and looked upon him as a great advocate of tirely well. I now aiost heartily recomBodney Haggard and F. II. Dudley. for applicants for beneficiaries to the said to be the leader of the Church Duncan. ter's force came over Sunday. He is mend this remedy to anyone sufferiig No 35. Berea Mrs. Glatha now foreman of the Blue Grass Eagle in New York City is in evidence. This a new woman too. Look for the Red Z gold. Telegram. Dist. with a cold. Win. Keil, 67SSotby Ave., Normal department, and also for a Triumphant; Albert Tcilt, the general Rawlings. using of belittling terms accomplishes on the package. It is Simmon's Liver Speaking at Kirksville. 2SC deaths In various cities on Monday factotum and valet, and two private at that place. 5t. Paul. Minn. For sale by Hagan's It nothing it it did, we who favor .1 larger Regulator you want. Dist. No. 30. Big Hill Jas. Bales. W. W. Combs will speak at Kirks-ull- c, beneficiary to tho A. fc M. depart- watchmen of the bogus Christ. occurred from heat. Miss Anno Bennett, one of Rich- volume of money would have to retire Pharmacv. ment of the State College. This will 37. Big Hill Miss Ellen Dist. No. Walter I. Chamberlain, a Jacksonville, Saturday, September 5, at 2 Sadie Freeman, one of the 'angels,' mond's most attractive girls, who from the field, for against the array of Florida, merchant, disguised himself if a brick were lying in my stem, o clock. i. m., on the great political be the last opportunity olfered for has purchased a location 25 miles Hays. year old son of Harry, the four-tee- n ach isllie description by adyspetp-ithose desiring free tuition to the Luther has been visiting friends here for the opprobious terms most men would have with wig and whiskers, and at high noon Dist. No. 8. Kingston issues. Everybody attend, Albert Grubbs in Anderson coBiity, was south of Los Angeles, which it is for her home to remain silent. But, Mr. Editor, if the past three weeks, left State College for the present year. of his feeling after eating. entered a bank and demanded of the by a horse and killed. said will be the seat of the "colony." Todd. Beet in Bourbon. A. T. Million, This is one of the commonest symp- thrown line laid down in this article should be cashier $o,000 or he would throw a cup Dist, No. 39. Colyer Mrs. Mag last Thursday. Woodford Sun. There bo many hereabouts who Morris, of Chicago, has bought in County Supt. carried out to do its logical limit, I am of acid in his face, but the cashier fined toms of indigestion. If you have it, take Miss Lizzie Butler, of Bichmond, My little hoy, when two years of age, wish George Jacob Hogfoot had not Doty. Bourbon county three thousand five Dist No. 40. Richmond Miss Nan- - is visiting Miss Mertio Snowden, confident that a larger prosperity, a lar a pistol and mortally wounded Cham- Shaker Digestive Cordial. was taken very ill with bloody flux. I of stopped until lie got to tho middle Prof. Charles R. Pepper. larger morality would berlain. hundred export cattle at '6&1. cts. Not only this symptom, but all the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ger intelligence, nie Lykins. this week was advised to use Chamberlain's Colic, Many of the large herds are yot left symptoms of indigestion are curel by Mr Charles R. Pepper has been engaged, the Pacific where there are no come to our beloved country and content Dist. No. 41. Red House R. F. Miller, of Bichmond, were here on a Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, ami islands. HOOD'S PILLS cure nausea, tick Shaker Digestive Cordial. including Alexander's 500 head. to teach Greek and German in Central Scudder. brief visit to their parents last week. to the hearts of the people. luckily procured part of a bottle. I All B. F. Sliix, So many medicines to cureHhjs. one headace, indigestion, biliousness, University, Richuoud Ky., next year. Dist. No. 42. Red House J. W. Jessamino Journal. CAPT. J. M. WHITE'S LAST TRIP. carefully read directions and gave Found Dead. It disorder. Only one that can be called accordingly. the was very lowv it druggists. 2oc. Newcastle, Henry county, Ky. We congratulate Mr. Pepper, but deplore Scudder. He Mrs. Wm. Watts and her two but Ohcdiah Dooley, aged Go years, was ltis loss to King College. Mr. Pepper is Miss daughters, Lilian and Ethel, of FayDist. No. 43. White Hall s. hays. jiy The doctor may be a good old man, successful, because only one that acts in slowly and surely he began to improve, found dead in bed near Ml. Sterling. a thoroughly educi'.ei gentleman who but even so, medical examinations and a simple, natural, and yet scientific way. gradually recovered, aud is now as stout Mattie Broaddus. ette county, have returned home II- - was the son of Jabez Dooley, of has made his mark in every 3cholastic 44. White Hall and strong as ever I feol sure it saved the "load application" treatment are Shaker Digestive Cordial. Dist. No. Herbert after a visit to relations in this counCapt. White was a noted Missislark county, and a grandson of relation. At King college a a student, Purely vegetable, and containing no his life. I never can praise the Remedy abhorcnt to every modest woman. They ty. While here Mrs. Watts attended Lewis. sippi river steamboatman, and a Jacob Dooley, of Dooley Bottoms, at the University of Virginia asa teacher are embarrassing often useless. They dangerous ingredients, Shaker Digestive half its worth. I am sorrv every one in Dist. No. 45. White Hall Miss the wedding of her niece, Miss Mat-ti- e friend of Louisville's genius Will Madison county. a inui. Wo hops that the he hxs been should not be submitted to until every- Cordial tones up, strengthens, and re- the world does not know how good it to Mr. Clarence E. Chenault . u S. Hays. This poem is published Florida Gibson. change will be for his good; wc know-tha- t Hogsheads by The Thousand. thing else has been tried. In nine cases stores to health all the digestive organs as I do. Mrs. LiuaS. Hinton, Graham's Dist. No. 40. White Hall J. L. Woods. by request of a lady, now sojournKing Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to ville, Marion, Co., Florida. For sale by it will be almost impossible for M1 out of ten, the doctor in general practice 1). II. Myers was in Louisville, last ing in Bichmond, who often trav- Carpenter. Miss Tilitha Burgin returned to her college to replace him. Bristol, Tenn., I lagan's Pharmacv. competant to treat female diseases. $1.00 a bottle. 47. Bed House isn't C. F. home in Versailles yesterday after a Dist. No. week, and sold io one firm a thouseled on Capt. White's boat. Courier. !?La. They make a branch of medicine by Brock. Li Hung Chang, the distinguished and tobacco hogsheads with a promvisit to friends and relatives in this WW Hampton roads i jnst now the sceuo "Mate, get ready down there; They are distinct from Chinaman, called on Queen Victoria at of a great naval demonstration, the themselves. Dist. No. 48. Bichmond Miss Pearl county. of several thousand more. Vories Out, White In. ise north I am heading for the shore. other ailments. They can be properly Osborne Castle, Isle of Wight last Wed- Atlantic Squadron.composed of three big Deatherage. Mr. Myers has six men in Jackson Miss Sallie Tevis is visiting Miss Emmot Vories will soon remove I'll ring the bell, understood and treated only by one w ho nesday. Lula Sarah Graves at her home near LexDist. No. 49. Big Hill-NM- iss county making hoops and will in- his stock of clothing to Monterey, For I must land my boat for ever battle ships New York, Columbia, Maine, has had years of actual practice and exL. Gaj crease the number to twelve or Owen county, whither his'brother more. ington. Indiana, Texas, Raleigh, Cincinnati, and IN A MONEY MADE perience in this particular line. Ibis is Dist. No. 50. Union City Mrs. Milfi f teen. monitors and torpedo bouts having "Say, pilot, can you see that light?" William has already gone. Mrs. Leon Stackpole, of CovingMINUTE. true of Dr. It. V. Pierce, chief consulting lie Berry. there. W. G. White will in September I do, where angels stand; ton, is visiting her brother, Coroner Will Take The Slump. physician jol the Invalids' Hotel and Sur Dist. No. 51. Union City J. P. Brown, remove his drugstore from Second Well, hold her jackstaff hard on,that, have not made less than sixty dollars in this city. Vacation Time. gical Institute, at Buffalo N. i- - Dr. Attorney (K II. Brower, this place, Hubbard. street to the house on Main soon to For there I am going to landr any day while selling Centrifugal Pierce's Favorite Prescription,, a remedy 52. Mobcrly J. L. Combs THE FARMER AND FEEE SILVER has Ihjcii retained by the Democratic be vacated by Mr. ,Vories. Dr. That looks like Death a hailing mo, Dist. No. Cream Freezers. Any one should Is at hand and is gladly welcomed by for all derangements of the reproductive Ice State Campaign Committee for a AVhito embarked in the drug busi- So ghostly, grim and pale ; Dist. No. 53. Speedwell Miss Jenfive to eight dollars a day all, especially those whose duties in lifo organs of women, has been in actual make from canvass of the upper counspecial nie Eyens. selliug cream, and from seven to ten dol- have caused them to greatly ruij. down To tho Editor of the Evening Post: I ness as one of the firm of Ballard, I'll toll thenell; use for more than thirty years. Itjaires ties of this State. He is a tireless Erancis & White, in this same house I must go in, I never pass a hail. Dist. No. 54. Kingston F. I.Jones. have put aside the issues of the Evening lars selling Freezers, as it is such a won- their system to meet the requirments. weakness." It every form of "female and effective worker and will hang Dist. No. 55. Big Hill C.B.Daugh-crty- . Post for Friday. July 31, 1896. I am in f875, tho year in which he came Stop her! lot her come in slow der, there is always a crowd wanting physical and mental, forced upon them. scalps on his belt by the hundreds. the hair has fallen out, impelled, I hardly know why, to protest. io Bichmond from X.exington. His There, that will do, no more. cream. You can freeze cream elegantly With these and others, it is important, tiie head baldif the scalp is in one minute and that astonishes peoDist. No. 56. Locust Branch Mrs. I want to state the farmer side in th s business has increased beyond tho Tho lines are fast and angles wait to For Jailer. whether at home, at the sea shore or in welcome me on shore. Mollie Black. quarters. not shiny, there is a chance of regaiuing ple so they all want to taste it and then the countrv, that some thought bo money controversy. Lam a farmer, and given James C. Lackey is a candidate limits of his present "Say, pilot, I am going with them, Dist. No. 57. Combs Mrs. Trcssio I trust I am a patriot. Comparatively the hair by using Hall's Hair Renewer. many of them buy freezers as the cream to diet, and as further assistance to nafor jailer. He is a The Cream and Crimson. the Dewhuret bicycle meet at LexAt up yonder through that gate. Jones. the agricultural class must go down in ington Few medicines have held their ground is smooth and perfectly frozen. Every ture, a good building-u- p medicine like Democrat, would make as good a last Saturday, Sara W. Bides of Tho Cream and Crimson, the Col- I'll not come back; you ring the bell is guaranteed to freeze cream Hood's Sarsaparilla had best be Dist. No. 58. Panola J. W. Wa- ruiu if the policy you advocate prevails, jailer as his father, who was one of lege Annual, published by the Senior mile rice for so successfully as Ayer's Cherry Pecto- freezer this place, won the half and back her out. I am not talking of a theory, I am speak- boys in 138. R. E. Adams an old Cen- ral. During the past fifty years, it has perfectly in one minute. Anyone can to. If the indigestion is poor, liver dethe best tho county ever had, and is Class at Central University, is now Don't wait, for I have made tho trip gers. Disfc. No. 59. Waco Jesse Cobb. sell ice cream and tuo Freezer sells it- ranged and treqnent headaches seem to ing of a conditiou. Nothing the farmer entitled to your profound considera- ready for the buyers. It is highly tral University boy, finished sec(ud in been the most popular of y all cough cures of lifo and found my resting - produces is payig the cost of production. is greater self. My sister makes from ten to fifteen be tho rule, Hood's will change all this Dist. No. 00. Waco A. W. Grintion. He is already in the race, and ornamental' and contains n history two races and won one, riding tho, latter and the demand for it a" place As a class, farmers aro growing poorer, memory. before. Prompt to act and dollars day- - J.F. Casey & Co., 1143 and enable evervone to return to their stead. don't you lot it escape your 2:20. This is one of the fastest bicy than ever of each class, and about fifty full-pa- I'll take my soul and anchor that St. Charles St , St- - Louis Mo . will mail home and business in refreshed state- - of Dist. No. 01. Waco Mrs. Snllie O. their farms and improvements going cle races ever ridden over the Lexington sure to cure. Badly Cut. cuts of prominent college men. fast to the throne of grace." you fnll particulars free, so yon cau go families often are d dwon and their 12 Dudley. -track. To prevent pale and delicate children to work and make lots of money any mind and bodily health. In an altercation, Saturday, be- Contains one hundred and rwentj C2. College Hill Miss aud have no other facility for educa tion Dist. No. County Sunday School Convention. Mr. Harry Blanton went to Versailles from lapsing in,to chronic invalids in later where, as with one freezer, you can make Moore Bros., Chicago specnlatorr, tween Ed Cornelison, fanner several five pages. The price of this volume Madison than the common schools. Pattie Wilson. the-fa-ir Ine, i:.-.- j o..juid hike Ayer's Sarsaparilla a hundred gallons of cream a day, or if failed for 55,000,000. Annual meeting of tho Madison and inquire on his bike last Saturday to attend Go to your market-hous- e miles west of town on Barnes' Mill is one dollar. Every alumnus and Dist. No. 03. College Hill James ' with plenty of wholesome food you wish they will hire you on a salary. atthat.place, pike, and a tenant named Charles every friend of the college should county Sunday schools will be held H. Wilson. the price of produce and lien ask your h Deafness Cannot So Circ4 at Bichmond, August 20th. Curtis Cram, of Chicago, passed and ontdoorexcrcise. What they need cut six or have one. Mary A'. Singer, tho former was self if the farmer can produce aud marDist. No. 04. College Hill Miss by local application?; as they cannot address to build up tliesystem is good red blood. For further information through Lexington one, day last, week 3IOHNING SESSION. eight times. Singer is about 23 years ket his crop aud live on the proceeds? Edwards. A CHANCE TO MAKE reach the diseased portion of tho "ear. old and a son of William Singer. J. B. Biggs, Editor and Manager, NINETY PER CENT of all the peoiHe In your issue of Friday, under the cap- on a 10,000 mile trip, tho result of a m TJnrollment of Delegates. 9:00 a WOf-iEY- . Dist. No. 00. College Hill J. E. There is only one way to cure deafnessv prelimi- Bichmond, Ky. wager that he could ride that distaneo in need to take a course of Hood's SarsaHe was jailed to await his tion. "Vote Jor Silver," you appeal to the Singing. Ad- Lanter. 9:3(1 a m Prayer. and that is by constitutional remedles-Deafne- ss 250 days. He w as three days ahead. nary trial yesterday. Trial at court the past three montlis-- I have clearof Welcome. No. 07. Doylosville Mrs. cupidity of your readers, and in your Tho 17th annual meeting of the Iague! parilla at this season to prevent that run- District. is caused by an inflamed condress Changes Among The Butchers. Tnsecond count you say house and bond given. ed SCG0 75 selling Dish Washers. I dition of the mucous lininjr of tin En- 1 down condition of the system wlpch 9 :45 a m Address "The Field and Ida Tribble. j of American Wheelmen is in session liti vites diseafe. week, the Climax announced 4 Last too "Every man whoso market bill I, Miss did most of my work, my brother helped J 8tachian Tube. When the tube gets Dist. Tfo. 68. Silver Creek Bev. J. K. Smith. Drowned. A thousand visitors p SCH15 low, vote for free silver and get it raised." Louisville that C. B. Engleman & Co., had sold tho Work." I Ruth Crow, I expect to do better next month, flamed you, have a .nimbling sound or 3IUSIC. BEST IN QUALrVlj. Many porsonsAwiLreciUl Mllo.Zoe, anintere'st in their butcher shop at L. LOCAL PRODUCE MAR IETj, MOCT IM QUANTITY, asevervDish "Washer sold advertises it imperfect hearing, and whetf ft is enDist. No. 70, Rerea J. C. Bick-Wa- co Suppose all the people took your ad 10 :15 am Discussion "Home Revice, ivliat would be. the result? First, who was with a circus "here some & N. depot, this place, to Alvah nell. self, and selfa several more; I don't tirely closed. Deafness is the reprilt, and, .Cobkecteu Weeklysponsibility in Christlau Culture." wnK1loadod into a years ago. She Dist. No. 71. Miss Winnie ket reviews take Iho most gloomy view of have.tor leave the house. People hear unless-thincarnation can be taken jout iOc lb foiy days. . . 8 to to Bichmond in a (Duties of parents and teachers.) the farmer would receive a fair compen- Butter,. ., . . . ciinnon and shot out iiito a .net. Sho Maupin. about the Dish Washers and send for and this tubs restored to its normal con Eggs oto' ffc dfz . have been made rope Mention should Discussion "Biblical also rode down a slanting tight 10:45 a m Lewis sation for his toil ; he would haye it sur- Chlckciw (live) . - . . Dist. No 72. Speedwell . . .ItSc lb them, they are so cheap. Any lady, or dition, bearing will bo destroyed fowtver;';; plus. Dun and Bradstreet 'in,their mar- - .Chickens" (spring) . Workholding ly her teeth to a liandker-c- l that Perry & Bronddus hnd sold Jo Training of Sunday-Scho- . - lf7!b Sanlin. gentlemaircan make money in this- - bus- - nine cases out of ten are caused byab- .f on i ". . .. .,- - JlSclb WHfTE!S:GREM lef attached to a pnUcy ttintnm on Luther Bronddns .their business pness, a every family wants a Dish tarrh, which is nothing bat an Mifia! Dish .No. 73, Red House G. W. things, and just to introduce fhejpong Ducks Hive) . ers." . 10 to iSJe lb the wirr. At Curtis Bay, Mtl., on Irvine fctrcct.nearpostoffice. (a) Of what does it consist? list"of items'tliat would be IjericfiiUSjl by Clteeke i Stockton. WasIjer'My ouc readers who have condition of the mucous sumJie .Lard!. .Jfclclb Wiwlnesdnv.-TMle- . JZoe. whose Also tJiatH. Buchigr.annl, of Lex- G. last (h) How may It bo Secured? Dist. No. 71, Valley View Mrs. . .enfergy.jiQ,jb;to aply for au agency .. Beeswax- - .. . -. , We giye 0ia Hundred BotTfira T-.-.. of Tbirma-U.gton- iL- lwjl bought the business ,; ,ro!ao'YsrAF53' real name was 'Jxincip . V. Young? JX D., Richmond. Ginfjenfrvj ., . vl v .J .wereraisedj at Viola".Million. f caMLiy!majce fW$.3 to fid per day. f 2 $2S0e H ? (siaotisalaewMtjby . caiawP i,.- r ..'.- - ,. 1 1 MiMK& Fkancie, Mai 'nfeeei, near - . " . . . i . Hats led all WORM Remedies.' r : -- .Tliatr Nn. 4- -- . 7R ICqtlefHillr-Mrs- C attempted to ridG;iowa 80fMofr p -X&- & 3r1f , pi DmV&:C&:J- i. . --Jf , . P , yob am tret ,;auk paraxials ty !iiri-t- g It r . -cif Z. i awrttt--.- ,,""T uvaiKQ9,: JEaW- --. 'a. HUT I0TTLE WkWft F"",M? . ; ' K wire from thelp-- f rw Fjijrt;" .Tfl new . TIM I - I IXUIVin 3ff UTI T. HI- MTIM IWTTIf Tl lllilll" I iHMU L I Ml .""' " r-Mia WmukI L51T Ehi Washer Co., St . . . -' jiyrF" Ml n "" r "' ir MX A1UL. r Mmv-j ..tw r 4k Mux 1ir to an Island ia Owifc i, tl:o...Pro"J-,,IoJla;C- L m mTF&wwinTwmampjVw r. "TrW6 tvmjarjuxmxw jv. . ;xm - c pv rn ic w Tr- v n rwt-- . r,r j in MS2 WWHWWy- gave way and iwppimi, wa.it v.-- - joh:zq-i;:..-- " a--., 'Jwwpatii, 5e. issrauuMJ wasrew rawf - zmnwmiMGwir., ..- .: IV & r. ;ii''&-- - r - :rrr l : dsaz&KrwgS9, feSs-afc-- " 'i ; -7 w!l net fci arfsi., W-f- e A.' and was diowWiL sc T'S . "K'Fj51BS9I.,,jri-isS- . i 'fi ' There 3s in session in Lexington the colored General Baptist Association of Kentucky. On Sunday therc will be a cheap round trip excursion over the X.. & N., 0n account of this association. Thousands and thousands of the faithful will be there. mi' tn (. P.u-inc- crap-shoote- tw-nt- y An-j-iistll- to music, singing. Dr. J. Len Harris,, .dentist, whose 11 :45 a m The Normal Class Drill. office was in the Bright building on Adjournment for refreshments, Main strcot in Bichmond i died at which will be furnished on tho Lexington on Wednesday, August 5, grounds. 1S9G, after a brief Illness. Beinains AFTERNOON SESSION. were brought to Bichmond and buried In tho cemetery. He had a fair 1 :00 p m Prayer. Song. practice, and but for his ill health Address "The Tardy Growth of would have succeeded admirably. tho Kingdom," J. H. Armstrong, He leaves a widow, nee Henry, and Charleston, W. Va. two children, who have gone to MUSIC. Grant county, to reside. Dr. Harris was 29 years old, a native of 1:30 p m Beports of Sunday- Virginia, was educated at Central school. University, and a graduate of both Pledges for State Work. the medical and dental departments 2:00 pm Conference "How best of that school. Retain Young Men in Sunday-SchoolWater Melons at Waco. Led by Rev. Elmer Allen A German scientist went to Ice- Bess, of Danville, Ky. land and spent a year investigating (a) The distaste for Sunday-schoothe owls of that cold region. Its cause. He then went home and wrote a (b) How it may be removed. book entitled "Owls in Iceland." 2:30 p m Difficulties in tho The closing sentence of his book was, districts. "There are no owls in Iceland." Visita3:00 pm A Waco resident was in Bichmond, one day last week, and said in sub- tion and Hojne Class Dept. 3:30 p m Address "Does it Pay?" stance "there are no water melons at Waco." At least there are only a Sabbath schools of all denominafew comparatively speaking, and the tions are invited to attend. few are not tho best ever seen bj- - a Public Schools and Their Teachers. blaymesite. The late David Chenault, of Below will be found a list of the used to say that "the people public schools, their teachers and everywhere else are about like they postoffico address, where teaching are around Foxtown,'" and it is per- has already begun: haps safe to say the water melons Dist. No. 1. Edenton Miss May-be- ll are elsewhere in Madison "about Fayne. like thev are around Waco." Dist. No. 2. Edenton Emma Miss Henderson. Some Editors Not as Smart as Mosquitoes. Miss Mary Dist. No. 3. Edenton Once upon a time, we spent a night Campbell. at Livingston. A young doctor from Dist. No. 4. Cottouburg S. M. TuKingston, a rather small, thin man, was also a guest of Mrs.Mullins' dor. Dist. No. 5. Cottouburg, J. W. hotel. A large fat man occupied the Moore. same room as the doctor. At Dist.No. 6 . Kirksville Miss Lena breakfast the fat man complained Palmer, that the mosquitoes "nearly eat him Dist. No. 7. Clarence E. Poage. up.'" The doctor remarked with some surprise that the Dist. No. 8. Paint Lick Miss Bettio mosquitoes didn't trouble him. "Wy, Francis. Dist. No. 9. Paint Lick Burrell doctor, 'sketers is got sense they know who to bite !" exclaimed Mrs. Moorcs. Dist. No. 10. Wallaceton J. B. Mullins. Last week we published a skin- Wallace. Miss Kate Dist. No. 11. Berea City tho Clay ning that Coddington Chronicle gave tho editor of the Miss Julia Dist. No. 12. Berea This week, the Stanford Journal has some remarks about Hanson. "the little rooster of tho Bichmond Dist. No. 12. Berea Miss Margav ret Bobc. Pantagraph." Boys,youshould Dist. No. 13. White's Station legard Mrs. Mullins's remark. Miss Jcanco Fealand. Reunion First Kentucky Cavalry. Dist. No. 14. Silver Creek J. B. surviving members of Wolford's, Harris. The or the First Kentucky Vol. Cavalry, are Dist. No. 15. Kirksville Burton most cordially invited to meet in reunion Faris. ' at Somerset, Ky., August 20, 1890. There Dist. No. lfi. Richmond ?liss Marwill be plenty to eat, tine music, soul garet Tudor. stirring speaches, and a good time gen- Dist. No. 17. Ruthton Miss Lelia erallv. All the old soldiers, both Fed Harris. eral aud Confederate, of other regiments Dist. No. 18. Ruthton Miss Hattte in this and adjoining counties are also Taylor. Crit-tendoay ay se ht Pan-tagrap- - SASSAFRAS OIL KNOCKS THEM. NASHVILLE, IE I DF.RSnNAI.S I .,.....-.- K eT.B.A-'Xoamg,l.l.J-- I1 l!.mlKYllM .il.lillliWIJ.IH.Uli IIUViHlVJ FOR Gladness Comes r PRIVAT SCHOOL. e, only-remed- Tuesday, first-class. Sept, 1st, ; is Mmirs. &-- 12 e-t- ate well-informe- 13 w, .! r.s et r:s Loir-islatu- g jsltjr, .. As c i will yi Tib i i, -- I When ol rel to-da- ge in 9-- Re-bek- ah In -- - e ol 1 . n ! KMHr iijr ""i .i3- it-'-r s.,'"'! riv -:. : jrryi r .jt ....,.... -.-,; -- -- ", ij-te-l- """ lifCJI i, l. .. Vooipt -- VERMJEUGE a MKMT. 5u e-- f -' -- . 1 "- -. . -- -, . W r . ' J- - ii: ,jwt.&.: irr w- -.- &&m ! bJ. &m 8tj:rwbruK ?f Hf& - 2 v iSiriw f&J & .J T ft Ii u; 41- - h! "a i U iMIHBHrFrr li ' si I -" .' .WJE1- i - If IF J "C ";l! 3, .. - V - !i - "S M wet- - ii t? ' -- . r- -. -- 'J- - 1 i t n 1 I1 i ". UK 1 1- - 4A if - - i latest 2Cw Coaunoew eal tu rrom AH rrw ot " BORN INI776. TTie into its consideration may first have to decide as to their own jurisdiction in the matter. Tobacco dealers and. other snippers of Franklin, Ky., haTe complained that the L. and X. has charged them extortionate and discriminating rates on tobacco between Franklin andXionis-TillTbey not only demand that this matter be remedied, but Oat they be paid damages to the amount of the over charges they hare suffered for years. The shippers claim that the commission has power not only to regulate these rates, but to give them the damages or rebate that they claim. The railroad claims, on the other hand, that the commission has no such queslatter This jurisdiction. tion and the matter of holding a meeting at Franklin to hear the case will probably be considered at a meeting of the commission to be held at the W iilard hotel. Louisville, next Wednesday, when the commission meets to consider the winding up of its inspection of the railroad property in and about Louisville. e. Demand for Kedresn. Fraxxfort, Ky., Anj-- . 10. The railroad commissioners have before them a Terr unusual case, and before jjoin UNUSUAL CASE. KHrod CommfMlon Haj a Strang Easan Sloan, of XoalavlH, Dlea at the Ac ol ISO Tears. Locisvhat, Ky., Aug. 7. Susan Sloan, whose relatives possess positive proof that she ,was 120 years of age, MASS MEETINGS Or Gold Democrats to Bo Heltl In the Different Counties of Kentucky to Select ' Deletratee for a State Convention. LocisvnXE, Ky., Aug. 4. The golu standard democratic executive commit- died suddenly Thursday morning in this city. She was the mother of 15 children, only fonr of whom are now living. The records left by the old colored woman show that she was born July 3, 1ZTC, the day before the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The place of her birth was on the famous plantation of Jerry Northern, near Richmond, Va. She remembered hearing the first news of the surrender of Cornwallis. Her youngest living child resides here and is "50 years of age. The oldest living is now 65. Had n lived, he would now be her 00 years of age. first-bor- Arnett, legislature, and J. Frank Ateheson, chairman ot the republican county committee, had a difficulty here, resulting in a fight, in which Arnett was struck over the head with a rock and Ateheson was cut in several places. They disputed over the money question, both being somewhat under the influence of liquor. Neither is dangerously wounded. er Si.atei:sviu.e, Ky.. Aug. Disputed Oyer 'the Money Question. 7. T. J. of the Kentucky f-- , er HoPKissvitiJi Ky., Aug. 7. Reports from all over Christian and adjoining NOT TRUE counties are to the effect that the toThat Ptory of a Colored Man Terrible bacco worms are destroying the weed Confrtxalon of a Mnrdrr. to an alarming extent. Labor can not liARKODsm-KO- . Ky., Aug. 10. The be obtained even at fancy figures, and report that a Negro had confessed and it now looks as if fully of tho Implicated several others as mur- growing crop will be lost. In Trigg and county about forty percent, of the crop of Joseph Ilooper derers niece and placed their bodies on the has already been abandoned. railroad turns out to be false. The Aadltlns the Accounts. information as it came to the .sheriff Locisvii.i.e. Ky.. Aug. 7. A subMADE HER WALK HOME. was considered of such a character that national democratic he and posse rode to the scene through committee of the Wm- - F. .Harrity as An Incident That Canned an Kariy Morn with the worst storm- of the season to ar- committee lntc Kllllnr; at Bowling Orer-o- . house, met at rest the parties. The sheriff was ac- chairman, evening tothe Gait the afBowxing Gkkex, Ky., Aug. 4. Eraswind up Thursday companied by County Attorney Harmus Johnson shot and instantly kilted "the old committee. The evendin, who was to have taken down fairs of spent in auditing the accounts Lou Redmond in Jonkins Ilros.' stable the statement of the alleged con- ing was here Monday morning. It seems that Chicago convention. The Chifessed participants in the crime. A of the cago citizens committee has not yet Johnson was out driving Saturday white man started the report, which with the sweetheart of Redmond, was telegraphed from Vanarsdall to paid the amount guaranteed. and from tome unknown cause this place. Phil Gill, the Negro who rZxhlblt of Colored Farmers and Gar- made the girl get out of the vehicle, deners. was placed iiTjaU as suspected of and walk home, a distance of several FitAMiFORT. Ky., Aug. 7. The state knowing something abjut the murder, miles. This failed to meet the apwas turned loose when the alleged con- conference and exhibition of colored proval of Redmond, and he called on farmers and gardeners, tocontinuetwo fession proved to be a canard. to Johnson Monday days, began Thursday at the Colored matter, and told morning wassettle the him he going to The Mountain Evanffellat. State Normal school here. The was inaugurated last year by kill him, when Johnson drew his pistol Pkixcktox. Ky., Aug 10. Rev. Geo. reO. Itarnes, the noted Mountain EvanProf J. II. Hathaway and was so suc- and fired two shots, with the above gelist, is conducting public meetings cessful that it has been determined to sult. The coroner brought In a verdict of justifiable homicide, lioth parin this city, accompanied by his daugh- make its meetings annual. ties are eolored. ter, who has traveled n ith him in this Disappointed Spectator. country and over Europe. The Daviess McKixet. Ky.. Aug. 7. A big crowd THEY WERE MURDERED. County perhaps the largest gathered at Stanford to see, as best ltapttst association in the world, con- they could from places of elevation, the The Terrible Crime of Four Coiured Men venes nest week at Island Church, Mc- expected execution of Anthony Alcorn, Kevesled by a Confession. Lean county. HAnKonBCRG, Ky., Aug. a. The and when it became known that a respite had been granted there were dead bxlics of Joseph Hopper and his A Terrible Death. niece, of Laurel county, ftr.wT.fvn, Ky.. Aug. M Jisainie many expressions of disapproval, though some commended the governor's were found horribly mangled on the Hall, 12 years old, while playing on a track of the Louisville Southern at box car in the yards of the Ashland action. Vanarsdeli, ten miles north of this Didn't Know It Was Wronr. Coal and Iron railway, was knocked off place, early in the morning of June is. LexiGT0S. Ky., Aug. 7. Kitty May a string of gonby the eoucussion of At the inquest that day tht jury rendolas. The boy fell before the switch- field was arrested here Thursday night ing train and was ruB over, both legs on a warrant sworn out by Grace dered a verdict of suicide, and the mangled and mutilated bodies were buried being horribly mangled. He died later Jacobs charging her with receiving, at Sal visa. reading and destroying a Western under-ruinan operation. while A Negro has confessed that both Union telegram, sent to Grace Jacobs llarry- ?cotl l'anlonetl. by a party in Louisville. Kitty says Hopper and Miss Lottie Johnson w ere murdered for their money He says Frankfort, Ky , Aug. 1. Harry she didn't know it was wrong. he and four other young Negroes were n Scott, a member of the Ilara and Contents llnrned. d western KeatHcky family, was Ky., Auif. 7. The playing craps near the railroad, when McsFORDViLLE, out of the penitentiary by Gov. barn of Walter Richardson Smith, ol the man and w Oman passed, walking Hradiey. Young cott is a handsome Green River, in this county.' was de- on the ties. He says that the other four shot the couple with pistols; and highly educated young fellow, and stroyed by fire. It was a large buildprocured but little it is claimed that he was innocent of ing and contained hay and oats and that they the killing of a man in a general tight nearly --00 bushels of w heat, a bug monev. and then drarired the life less forms of their victims 200 yards as he was charged. gv. a wagon and a lot of farm impleleft them on the track in a curve of the ments. read; that he did his best to prevent Jlonr Drtnr Front teat at LoolTlIlr. Got Too enr the llau Saw. the awful crime, but could not, and LonsvitiE, Ky . Auir. 18. The in- 7. Robert Cetrai. , him if he ten; heat continues. The thermome- Pollock, theCity. Ky., Aug. stepson of Ed that they threatened- to He said he ter Sunday again attained a maximum Davis, while working in the aw pit ever said a word ahwas innocent of ue, but guilty of T degree!. No fatahtie. have been of the Central City Planing Mill when the toreported since id of keeping the awful secret, and his morning, "ntt""-- " tal for the hot spell wa. .lx. The dead had his lef off just uelow" conscience forced him to divulge. f his animal contractor r ported the death the ' '"v to o" lie conf' neighbors, of seven horses Sandar from the heat. , a "reputable T hlle lloeinr Tobacco. writ, 1 the county of Lota of Cucumber. Lexixgtox. Ky.. Aug. 7. Wm. Wells, white man. ficials County Attorney C. A. Hardin colored, aged 47. living at 13 Deroode and Waltos, Ky., Aug One thouSheriff Frank P. James and his sand and ntnety-- e bushels of cu- street, dropped dead while working in deputy, W. D. James, left here late tobacco patch cumbers were shipped on the L. N. Mr. Garland Rulloek's Friday afternoon for Salvisa to see the Mol-le'" ' t Milldale Saturday, making Thursday morning. Coroner in tensey confessor and secure the names of the attributed his death to the ' f 4,40 siaee Julv 2?. b The murderers who will be arrested. factory will eoasence heat. It is said that the man, in his confesHart County Teacher. operations Me4ay. The crop is the sion, implicates three colored men who Ky . Aug 7 The live McsroKUVMJ.K. fikest ever known in this city, but the chief of police Teachers' institute will be held here refuses to give their names. He intieara. Monday, the 10th 4iets Twenty-On- e acxt week, beginning mates that they will be arrested when KAHBOCitsviLi k, Ky., Aug. 1. The last. Trof. Lumley. of Pulaski, Tcnn., the sheriff returns. m the ease of James Sawyers will conduct the institute. The exerjury Chief of Police Smith lodged Phil for the Btcrcter of Dr Robert Ituraskle, cises will be largelv attended. GilL eolored. in jail at 10 o'clock Friday returned a Terdiet of guilty ot volunFire In a starch Works. night. He is suspected of being implitary manslaughter, fixing puatshraent Hammosd. Ind., Aug. 7 The Westcated in the murder of Hopper and his at confinement in the penitentiary ior ern starch works, of this city, owned niece. He stoutly denies knowing any21 years. and operated by Stein, Hirsch fc Co., thing of the murder. L. ant ' rtrakeman RIUd were partially destroyed by fire ThursAdditions to the Mnsenm. day night, causing a loss of about LEBJLX8X JrxcnoN. Ky , Aug. 10. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. S. An addiEb.OOO; covered by insurance. Charles Adams, a hrakeman on the L. tional interest is being given to the and N. railroad, Knoxville division, Both DaeltatK Slain. state's big museum adjoining the office was run over by his train and bis leg Ky., Aug. 7. Tom Hall of the inspector of mines and curator Gksesttt.t.t:, cut off. The accident happened at and Terry James farmers, quarreled of the geological survey. The old He died Saturday in discussing a meeting. James was flags Parksville, Ky. that have so long reposed in the morning. stabbed five times and died Thursday house corridor are being transis cut in seven differ- stai to large and more suitable glass morning. Hall Kafts Break Looor. ferred CATXTTTSBtliG, Ky.. Aug. 10. About ent places and can not live. cases in the museum, where they will twenty rafts have broken loose and be conveniently arranged by Miss Guy, Lrilntoa' Mortality Report. come out of Sandv river, and more are Lkxtngtox, Kv.. Aug. 7. City Clerk the librarian, and Prof. Norwood, infollowing. The Sandy is booming andvjGarland's mortality report shows 65 spector of mines and curator. rising fast Further up the river rafts deaths during July is wnite iemaies, Railway Men Crashed to Death. are broken to'pieces and much damage 16 white males, 10 colored females and Owexsboro, Ky., Aug. a James Three "murders are done. 15 colored males. Green, bridge carpenter on the O. and included. I'ariircah Has a Costly Fire. N. railroad, and John Ford, laborer, A Hot Da In Lonlsvllle. Papccaii, Ky Aug. 1U. The dry Louisville, Ky , Aug. 7. The mer-- were killed at Pctit's, a station five house of the McKinnie Veneer and milug from this enPacking Co. burned. Loss. 5SU.000; in- cury reached Or degress Thursday, and gaged In building city. They were a trestle for a water was irreat. One death surance, Sls.00a The main part of the the humiditv tank, when the trestle fell, crushing factory, which is one of the largest in and several prostrations by heat have them to death. Ford's body being cut been reported. the city, was damaged very slightly. in two. They were brought to Qwens-bor- o. w Kentucky Postmaster. an inquest held, and their rest rack Oil. Washisgtos, Aug. 7. G. W. Iloyd HAKBorRViLLE. Kv.. Aug. 10. Parties was Thursday appointed postmaster at mains conveyed to Russellville, their just arrived from Stinking creek, eight WaUonia, Trigg county, Ky., vice R. K. home. miles from here, report that a Penn- Dye, resigned. Compromise May Be Reached. sylvania oil company that is drilling a Died Suddenly. Fraskitoht. Ky., Aug. 3. Mr. T. E. well at that place struck a fine flow of FlkmixgsBUKg. Ky.. Aug. 7. Jamer Edelen. attorney for the Mason A oil. M. Plummer. aged 63 years, died sud Foard Co. and Attorney General Taylor held a lengthy conference over the denly at his home here Thursday af Killed While Walklne on the Track. claims of the state against the comTwklvk MlLE.Ky-- . Aug. 1ft Hester pany and vice versa. The object of years, ras Willed at 12:54 Ross, aged Secoxd Vice President Ilarahan, of d C and O. train while the Illinois Central, has restored the the conference was the settlement, bv the if possible, of the company's acon the trac. walking cart cut of 10 per cent, made in the wages counts without further law suits. It ot th Chesapeake. fa bvlieved of the employes that the desired end wiU be Ohio and Southwestern railroad. reached. . 5ifcH5f Death of Chat. W. Lester. .Ambushed a. Minister. RicnMONii, Ky., Aug. S. Charles W. RiCHMOap, Ky., Aug. 4. Rer. Henry Lester, aged 74. who, with Rer. John Lewis, a well known minister of LetchG. Fee and I'rof. J. A. R-- Rogers, er county, while riding along the road founded Berea college, donating a near the mouth of Coon creek,was fired great part of the land which, that noon by unknown parties concealed in ted institution is built on. died Friday the bushes near the roadside, and per- morning at his home in Rerea, this haps fatally wounded. The iall en- county. tered his abdomen, and penetrated to LexIitgtonUins jo Go to BraxlL the bowels. His physician thinks his LcnxoTos. Ky., Aug. S. W. E: Can chances for recovery are hopeless. and Janias WIgginston, two Lexington Chairman llarrlty Comlnr. men, have perfected Locisville, Ky-- Aug. 4. The sub- young to go to Brazil, where arrangements 5Ir. Can committee of the old democratic na- awns extensive lands. It is. Iheir pur"TAKEN IN." tional committee, who had. charge of pose to raise coffee, bananas and sugar I tted often to read the newspaper aloud the arrangemtints of the Chicago con- cane. and once vention, will meet here Thursday night tB my wife, i.d Etrt B braon Thit Tobacco Warehouse. I was fairly taken in by z patent mdirme to wind up the affairs of the commitLexixgtox. Ky.. Aug. S. Another seductive panrph tee. Two xir three members of the wiTertietanit The Tbezan with a ra?dest accocat of tie Chicago citizenV committee will be effort will be made on August 13 to bv sein? fcCa Urn but present. Chairman W. F. Harrity w21 perfect the organization of the Central Dr Pierc: G3idea Hfedica. Discov Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse; associary, trtMsa. tt wa inepec was a cur tor preside. i, tion, for the purpose of establishing to1 trail (Mi E1 i.TU:g XCTSjr Insane Man Batchers Ills Family. bacco warehouses in Lexington. end irould evrn -- art Consuniplicti, if tikB PnovrPECE, Ky., Aug 4. Near Is tiat. The. rny I wis takes tr iras tht Maniac Mother's battle. laag t sad rcjnrrdy e,I war and I boagbt it,a tad tt Clay, eight miles west of here. Tom. Bevxects Mills, Ky.., Seed. &. MarAug. f the Hrown, an insane husband, terribly tnn5w to took tae in ad curd a: Rabiaa'i butchered his family at midnight. tha. Harev ot thts place, beat her xpersce is identical with that of than. babe to death and threw the wife and. baby were mad, af others So tra is- thi that fler Mother-in-lathe marvilotti cut and beaten with, an ax and wQL body in the bushes back of wtsessta?, far macv e Mnes of BrancimT, Throat and Lung probably dici. Brows went to a neigh- She told her husband she had to kill it. remedy bor aite.- - the deed and asked to be amrwtnt by this Barn. Destroyed by Fire., la say. its aiaaufactsrK feel SHAursBirBG, Ky,, Aug. & The large tef that this retBedr triiT cure f ptr shot. Brown ia is custody. tent, of aH cases of consumpttso, if takea barn Bt Jataes Ware, near town, was Sllr Men Criticized. la the atltei ar of he disease. This Loctsyttt.Fi Ky. Asgv 4. Father destroyed Iry fire. The loss w J2,.K;or say ictm tikt a bold asertiQB (a those y soldier, with n Insurance. It ia beHeveil to fsMCiar oaly with ta: means in Tom Major, aa an incendiary. ac far its treatment, as aaty cod. iv:r 3t in his sermon at Sacred Heart church. have been, s4 its filtfcy emulMcss, extract of nalL FraEkfort, Sunday criticized the- FrankTwo rrs mm Injured. aikey. dtwercBt prsparattatsi of lin county- silver men for carryi&g' a Mt. Steultsg, Ky--, Asg. 3. X sad tuck like palliatives sierra occurred Friday afteraooa. Yh pwetocraplM of i. larre. camber ot cross of gold through, the streets. He were badly daaaged. Ligfet-B& 'part is a Crsp vhtttfc Ctwrd of coasamptkm broacktes, lfe. urged Catholics to take stfaefi. x colored wesaaaod child, fvtiuK cottSTis, asihtna,chiGnicnaaI catarrh parade where such tiaags were done. and. kiadteu aHUdies, nave been k3fnlly sensr-iBntaete. CVw4tvfla wVtvfTlt KMednccd in a book of :eoc ts J.A3CASTBR, Ky., ASfZ". 4 J-- Htlstt Oiptml wl Jattcrf. . tl be Mtaikd to you, 9& fecetpt of adtlreM Uie . iusumwmj S?r .Laaf. 9 Hal. uewtalH4viHps. Yov.tsuHiKs.wmt Xtt3irtxr ,perfaewteat mL elTTSt, mmI ituu tacu exfteriwett. solMMek, i&'kwIdMK iastiutte cwtsf " ,ftii"t ii'ii III Sk .MrHaM-rat- m ' tiwk wwak,--wi MfSB Vmk-- s mimi. hy Taatk whJbtYmmJt U " fc 4sSL 'ffSSBSsdfet sv . ' &.; one-ha- lf con-ferenasMM-Jatio- Destractlre Tobaeeo Worms, tee have issued a long address to tht democrats of the state calling on then: not to support the platform and nominees of the Chicago convention. The address in part is as follows: The Chicago convention openly repudiated all previous democratic platforms and principles; and enunciated reckless, dangerous and creeds, many of which have been traced back to the populist and greenback, conventions, or to the pronunciamentos of populists or socialists. It declared for what would lead to repudiation of national and Individual obligations and credit. It formulated a scheme for debasing the nation's money, under which standard of values would be reversed, the purchasing power of the wages of labor be reduced in half, and our nation be back from Its financial place among enlightened peoples, to a monetary fellowship with Mexico, Nicaragua. Peru and the sdver nations of Asia. "A platform with a candidate that has thus sought to be, and has been received intb enthusiastic fellowship bv the populist St. Louis convention and who has thus openly declared his determination not t.i support the party, can not seriously expect to be accepted as the platform and the candidate of the democratic party." The address concludes by calling democrats who are against the Chicago nominees and platform to meet in mass meetings in their counties August 15 and select delegates to the state convention, which meets in this 'city August 2a Washington, Aug.o. rThe controller of the currency Tuesday received arc-po- rt from the national banks of Louisville, which shows the following: Loans and discounts, 7,097,-53United States bonds to secure circulation, Sl,275,000j lawful money reserve in bank, viz.t gold, coin, S003,20S; gold treasury certificates, S22.S00; silver dollars, $34,160: treasury certificates, 835,5!)?; silver fractional coin, 19,455. Total specie, 3719,24i Five per cent, redemption fund with treasurer, 557,053. Due from United States treasurer, S5,00. Total resources, Capital stock p.id in $3,601.-0Individual deposits, 54,571,131. United States deposits, STS7,S0L Aver- -' age reserve held, 35.31 perceDt. 3; CASH IN LOUISVILLE. Cent, Rescrrs Banks There Had a 33 st the Last Report. A GLASS OF CIDER r1 Ir Caosrs Cnaoty Assrssur Kelson to Kill Ills Brother at Pittsburgh. Ky. Danville, Ky., Aug. 0- - At Pittsburgh Wednesday afternoon Dave Nel-bo- n, of East Bernstadt, was fatally shot by his brother, Couuty Assessor John Nelson. The shooting took place WW&W?t&i4MWWZmmW&1t. 2 A'LasaBaBasaaa RUST'S -. DR. C0T70H ROOT m 9 - 0, Saturday night in the grocery store owned by John NcLon. and came up over a glass of cider. Dave went in and asked foraglasof cide'r, and John refused his request, when Dave went to the barrel and drew the cider himself. This angered John, who tegan to shoot. John, in addition to being as sessor, is a candidate for the nomina- t'ott of tho republican party for state i'Hnmii illlllLiaf wriwvjfisffin t ui vKr&SU J! W e y . v Puis. TTaey never pIetcfcionscaIIicliie. Stalled toanr ad- - on receipt ot W BJ dress un receipt of Ct.no Medicine Co.. St- - PaaLittaa. Tac Bait. br X U White, Droggest, Richmond, K- - relaila and tor llr Rust's sJtsts Pcnnfmral fsil sail never Inlore. 'itan sl EHHTBOTiiLniligSruil TjuIIesI 2T 9 Jcrale Cotton Root and h-- a nsssan. tia s swa A- -.! nf. - piGEQHrs If l m sa 3i "! i- - Cores ta la el, . JOsHtre i "tp carried Is t (Slate, IIMJErTIM.. iui, , -- 'i Surf ta . , '. r ." . --"1 ni . .. SVVV ss.-vrr-sjrvrv- -s 1 J ;vv . , I WW 'I'lkl 1 r . . . . 5 i FIRE FIRE FIR 5 . 's c 2, s-"'-- : 'j , t) ) st mono-metalll- st g well-kaow- par-dtwe- "-r-d- ay in the Siwyers murder trial Tuesday and Wednesday h .s been rapid. Timber Booms Breac and Float Down Most of the evidence for the state has the Hirer. now been heard. Wednesday morning "West Libkrtv. Ky., Aug. 5. A dis- "the jury and court reviewed the scene astrous rainstorm visited this section of the crime, the lunch counter where Monday night. The waters are higher Dr. Bumsidc was murdered- - But few than for years, doing great damage to new developments have been made, growing crops. A great deal of stock thoujrh the trial is watched with unIs reported drowned. abated intert It will consume most 3fr. Buckwater, owner of the Farm- of the week. Sawyers is hopefuL ers big lumber mill, wired Kendall Divorce Suit Follows an Elopmenf. Bros., of this place, Tuesday morning, Sekgext. Ky , Aug. 6 A novel dithat the booms had broken and all tho vorce suit was filed in the county court timber gone. This will be a heavy loss Thursday. Two months ago James L to the timber dealers of this section, as Polly eloped with Miss Nannie Webb most of them had their timber in tho and were married and Tuesday a sepabooms. ration was made on the ground that he Lewis George Clark Overcome by Heat. was not satisfied with married life. Lkxisgtox, Ky., Aug. 5. Lewis They were cousins and of prominent George Clark, the old Octoroon who families. gave Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe the Anthony Alcorn Respited. information from which she wrote the Fraxkfoht, Ky., Aug. C. Gov. Brad of her famous novel. Uncle ley decided Wednesday night to grant greater part Tom's Cabin, and whose character a respite of 30 days to Anthony Almade up George Harris, was overcome corn, of Lincoln county whose hangby heat here Tuesday, and picked up ing was set for Thursday. Alcorn by an ambulance. His condition i? murdered his father, and the governor critical. He is starving for the lack ol refused some days siuce to commute food. The denial ot his identity bj his sentence to life imprisonment. Mrs. Stowe just before her death has banished every hope he had of receivWater Mills swept Away. ing aid from his friends in the north, West Liberty, Ky., Aug. C. Three but he wants to die outside the alms large water mills were bwept away in house. this county by the recent high water. A Kentucky Elopement. The loss will be a heavy one on each. Sekgeaxt, Ky., Aug. 5. Mr. Isaac Gambler Jelled. Craft, aged 23, of Tillie, a hamlet sLt Lancaster, Ky., Aug. C George miles west of here ia Letcher county, PrewiU, wanted for running a gameloped Monday with Miss Lizzie Col bling house at Paint Lick, this county, lins, a beautiful girl ot was jailed here Wednesday morning. Little Colly, and walked over rough Choked to Death. mountain roads into Wise county, Va., special Louisville, Ky.. a distance of 50 miles, where they were from Pembroke saysAnj. 0. A Allen, a that Will made "one" Tuesday at Wise C. II. small boy. swallowed a fence staple They will return to their botjies when they will be foiffiven by and was choked to death. their angered parents, who bitterly Farmer Adjudged Insane. objected to their union. Both are of FLEJiKfOSBCRG, Ky , Aug. b. Walter good families. Strode, aged 63. a farmer near Mt. was adjudged insane here Friday Somerset Goes Dry. Somehset, Ky., Aug. 5. The local afternoon and ordered sent to the asyoption fight In this (Pulaskiy county re- lum. sulted at the election in the adoption Chancellor lion Hohenlohe Resign?. of local option by at least 1.500 majorLeipsic, Aug. s. The Neueste ity. The city of Somerset voted local of this city, Friday declared option by 150 majority. The saloon in- that Chancellor Von Hohenlohe has reterests claim that the election was il- signed and that he has left Bcilin for legal, and will take the matter to Cassel. court. M'runred Husband's Revenge. U. P. Thompson Nominated for Congress. 4. At Ky., Aug Flejiingsbukg, Pkixcetox, Ky., Aug. 5. G P. Sherburne.-abotwelve miles from Thompson, of Trigg county, was Tues- here. Bill McKee shot and killed Jerry day nominated for congress by the re- Roby. Roby seems to have been too publicans of the First district, defeat- intimate with McKee's wife. McKee ing Capt. Ed Farley, a wealthy mer- tired two ohots. one took effect in the chant and steamboat man of Paducah. left eye and the other in his right The district is the Gibraltar of the breast. McKee made his escape. The democrats. officers and a posse of citizens are Heavy Kaln at West Liberty. scouring the country for him. If he is West Liberty, Ky., Aug. 5 A very captured there will probably be a disastrous storm visited this place ivoiiinir All are colored. Monday night. Great damage was done to growing grain. The river is THE MARKETS. higher here than it has been for years CuccisxATi. &ns 3. Several horses anil cows were seen n.om 'Winter patent. JltO&lBO, do lancy, floating down the river. 1175300; lo famllr UCOiioO: extra. iLS03 2.10: lowsrades, il SOrLTj; aprla? paten. 5153 Kentucky's Detlcle. do Fbaxkfokt, Ky , Aug. 5. The 81 S3,rye. fancy. $113:13.33, do famllj. USOiS5 monthly balancing of the state ac Wutii-Sal- es No. 3 red. tra' Jcct- counts by the auditor am1 n 5:c -r Cons No. : attc shelled and a. 5 shows a tdtaTuvSeit ia the state treasquotable ury of Sl.H0..uS.&7. The deficit is bnyers' views.at KC and N'a Z mixed at 6KC growing at the rate of over $100,000 a N'o. ! mixed, track. 33c: hot Oats Sales No. 2 mixed, new. track. He. rejected mixed, month. - Barbockstiuj. Ky., The Murder TrlaL Aug. U- Prog-re- s imfc&sum. 1 j&2ismm MmQmm .mhSvG,-wS- ! 5SS iwv w' Mftr&m JrSfesRTJlRSlS ".a. yii (s "k DISASTROUS STORM. 1 mfs v LfffJM mmt&& 5 m t '.ja mrmyeBFS' y ".osr ' OUll ENTIRE STOCK OF i ( ) 2 E 2 CLOTHING, DEY si I 3 WK?eS--sW "TEtL &i ft a? a "The North Pole made use of at last.' a GOODS, Shoes and Euriiisliing Goods be closed out at ( j inu-- t r9 ) ) 9i j ifisffi0i&if4 PLUG I 1 tj ) IsALE J ( 2J r 9) lijVTTij-- I Come and get uakgains. is now going on. PRICES Our s.u i ) (9 ) l ) Always at the front and wherever g "BATTLE AX" goes it is the $ biggest thing in sight. It is as re- - S moflrohloTAf re Tfr--t e ?. 9) 9 ' Tint rrT 'jnn rmiii-fTT- a as for its low price of large as a JO cent piece of any other g ft equally good tobacco. . A 5 cent piece "BATTLE AX" is almost as t H Millioenj at Great Baraio5. HENRY-KLEIN-S-SON. 0j r RICHMGN ., 210 MAIN STREET. 9 ; wMfrim&:w&:M&iM&:&WMM ''The groves were the Lords First ples Before men ever learned to hew or Cle.ive the :irciiitra e." Bryant. Tem- T : Wed-nesda- y, Gil-ea- d, AW Lick Cis. Meetia J LiWI SPRBIE, BEST MADE-...- . ih "liafc dm m rAi Ii s lii Ufa m Rt m sua Viiiiiifii Nach-richte- n, ut Country Proflnee especially wanteL Unique, efficient, Libor saving. Will PnMHpt tleiivery of :; 1 to all pwta oCtrs. sprinkle 4 times rreater area than Cnuned CvkI-- . any others. Highest awanl at the Salt by the Itarrel. Ciiicu'o ExiKteition. Cqrars. Tobacco n The "Little Gi vvt" Tk vveu.vc, Lawx CaiMlie-And continue thronuli Sunda.y, Anast ( trweries- is an iii'uiou?. elikient. and trjC jntfeee ine . . . 1MK. Preaching by Re . Geo. btaart, wonderful machine. :'0, Under of Tennessee, assisted by the Ieiuiintr water pressnre of M pounds an onlinary upwanfc divines of the Kentucky Conference of it will dnu: UH) feet ot nnlenorlio?e ani the M E. Chnn-South. Nioe com- propel itself slowlv.md continuous! v ,n fortable lOttases, am pit- aaditornm, either a straiirht hue or a circle of anv lueatUituI -- hade and plenty of 2wd de&ireil speed iiuy diameter, sulphur water. &ptH'ial excnrion trains varietl at will from hile its 500 fe.--t be 15 to jer Good music by trariietl choir Hotel accoruiuodjtions on tin grofliMb Cohh Itotir. tneniL. of a figured dial Bv lae it and eujoy .t rest from boaiaess may be to travel any desired and Iiouaekeepiu and worship CtoJ in A ntonient suffices to chnnse its the vviioiLo. For farther inftKutatioti, SH.etl from the highest to tlie kweat price of cottage, etc., mKlress aiwl t may be to dbtriimte a sprnv effectively over a swartli varyinrr v iCi w J ' ,n width froin 5 to 50 feet, while by simply thro in;; it oat of sear it is instantly Dehea, 3I.vdiox Ce Ky. convetl into a --titwsaky sprinkler Near Berea, jradiaonconnty K v., on line of L. & X. IJ. iL 17 nii.es south of Richmond, w ill betrm on Thursday, August 20, h 5 ad al Cakes-Gree- R, - Rowland, !: 1 i in i e. u UST RECEIVED ll I" . "' oA - G- -9 f -- Ti rfUltropeilinij - ptional efficiency. force is tttr-ivtli- npr4ieI by anna- - DIRECTLY FROM .. e yel-lo- NELSON'S HAWIAil THE -- Wal-"hd1- ICc- Ka 2 mixed, old. track. ic; lx'd. new. track. iOc. Catlettsbcrg, Ky., Aug. 5. This IIccs Choice peckers and prime butchers. city has granted a twenty-yea- r fran- J3 iagl GO: mtxeiT packers. il43S3 5h comthippers. chise to the Gill Oil company. The gas mon and roachs. tlTSQZ 15. lisbt 003335. i.'Q2 73. common to fair pigs, ii will be piped from the Varficld wells, Catlte Ileavy steers, fair to good. S3C0 a dktance of about 50 miles. It is ex- 4.10. choice to extra. I 134 23. butcher), good pected to have it here in a short time. to choice. J3. 734. 10: fair to medium. 13. WO 363. common to ordiaarv. i2j.S3. oxen. tl.S &Z.C, hellers, sood to choice H.&33 S3; Fatal Row Orer Card. HOPKIS.SVILLE, Ky., Aug 5. Cullen fair to medium, il 75lGa bnirp asd LaJibs Sheep Extras. 13.10 Littlefield and Leslie Oldham quarjrood to choice, ii2f3T.OO; common reled over a game of cards at a picnic C3S: iL234J2.0a Lambs Extras. J3. llia-CO- : to fair, in this county, when the latter drew ccod toeholce. JtOOGiOO: common to fair, R. 73 w Oil FranchLse. Xo. 2 new, track. HAIR HAIR ELIXIR. FROCER. res anil them to revoive with rapi4lity while at the si me time they throw out a tine spray or mist. Body of sprinkler luade of iroK "painted." Arras and standard made ef brass "nickel plated." Bodv, 'iO incites km;. 1 inches wide over all Witefc, pounds. oNEW'OYORK OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. WONDERFUL "TiS SS: S'lilM iffiMm) . 27c 2iscoTsry Fcr Zhz er ter-terno- east-boun- ' le-s- lv PSi. -- a en-ls- d vtr-tses- .mr-gn- .dls-as- two-year-o- ld - rs her-hous- affec-tte- ?rn-n2- the-worke-f - hypa-aho(w- - tec-rif- ic Bf g ASKS f-- ts-f- I -- .H. t ki " wmzmm mmammm 5UlW4Hnatt.f !. i-.j- fc nL - - E.xpoii:kHir Chicai-o- . lafe, rowth and Beanty of the hair and beard. Hoina AoulerfnI work where-evpssatL iis.oo. useil. Causms htur torrow on WM heads ami beard vm siuoothe faces. It k? L 5lMS iUIFAOf SB6 W, :i vegetable compounded entirely harmMc l;ik m4 Itv&nxtn, less. Kxtraeted from tlowers," frukoand his pistoLand shot Littlefield in the Q3.73; cuUs. L5ttS2.00. Veal. Calves. Fair to coed light. B.503 plants collected from the temperate and SPKLKFIELP. US. side, inflicting a fatal wound. S23- extra. ..6.30. common and larjc, t3503.25. tropical regions vufr-fwnk'f. TO Wool Cniraahed, tine merino. SSlOc per Drowned While Ilathlnc;. clothing. d mediom. West Liberty, Ky., Aug. 5 News lb : rfSTCan be en in operation at resi5 HE S J! ll12c: dence of editor ot Clixw. has just reached here that Noah Love- delaine and clothing;. KSOn braid. merino. medl'tm combing. 13&I4i Washed, fine ly, a boy 13 years old, was drowned at X to XX. 12c medium clothing. 1413c: delaine fleece. 11313c; long combing. Ul(5c: Pin Hook, in this county. WE ABE DAILY Don't miss seeing tiiose fine silver d eommca and low. 12313c; coarse, !IgI2e. inlaid spoons at D.P Armer's. warranted THEY ARE READY. RECEIVING OUR cnicco.Aug a. 43 Calls m September wbeat opened at 37H3 known that lias ever been offered to tle for 25 years and cheap. The Dots of the First Regiment May Be site: sold at 574.e. l3t price 57 e. Puts people fully endorselby all who have Called to Cleveland. . 5C4c.3old between 56K c5fi,c and dxcixxATi, Aug-- . 5. The rumor that opened at last price 5CHc used it. It invigorates the scalp, reMi2S3Se, QOiYT JTOP JOBACCO. ow ing- to the labor troubles in CleTe-laCalls oa September corn opened at HHc moves dandruff, stops the hair from fallall of the national guards in the sold to 21.Jc, last price 21 Ho. Put? opened at out, thickens thin hair, and in many state will be called out had the effect 24HC sold ta SlJic last price 23',c Aug. 8. I5DIASAPOLI3, cases restores the hair to bald heads. A Have to Core Yonrsrlf While Usinr It. Tifesday to bring together iis consultaCattle Receipts light; shipments Itghs; reliable hair dressing. Imparts gloss . Notions. Hosiery, Gent's Furnishing Goods is Complete tion at Hunt's hotel, CoL Ilnnt, of the there was the usual call for Saturday cattle. The tobacco habit grows on a man nn-l- il liofjs Good to choice medium and teavy, beauty to the hair and beard, and forces First regiment; CoL Day and officers ::E5 hits nervous erioB.Iy alfitct-f3.2!J.33. mixed and heavy packing. S3 10 Hays and Kennedy. rapid jro'wth. Gives comfort to all who 1 to choice impairing health, comfort and happi and the other officers discussed 12J; goclight weights.light weights. M 353X13: use it. Discovered and manufactured Hunt common ness-- To nit smklenly fe too eevere a ELDER'S the question for some time, and it was SKIS. Shiep Good to choice lambs. ft3C00; irhock to the system, as tobacco to any finally decided that the First 'regiment rommon to medium lambs, ti7ii(W; gcod to by -. shall be held in readiness for such a Shoice sheep. lifW3,03 reterate aser becomes a stimulant that J. possible emergency. liis system continually craves. "Rico-Cnr5STo caathialc CoL ITant said: "I hare not yet resimple is a scientific cure for the tolxicco Wanted-f- in Idea of somepalent taia u ceived any official order to- hold the cyclone disPittshurjrh also had a YwriMt vnm. I.ln.' th maT Ttrinip YUtX Ivmltik. Iiabit, in all its foruis. carefully Price SI per bottle. For Sale by boys of the First in readiness to go to turbance Monday killing two people Patent Attotv Writ JOHN WEDDE&atrRK .t C after the formula of an eminent nrjt. Waahlnirum. - C,tor tlwlr XhSM pnxo offer ClcTeland, but I am reading the papers and demolishing many buildings, inml 'Jlal ot two bandml lurcntloni wuiot o- -i, Uerlin physician who has used it in. his carefully." cluding two churches, with monetary Col. Day was seen later and said: loss in the connty of 5100,00a private practice since 1S72, tithont a ( Ct "Nothing definite was done further lailare It is purely vegetable and tl nrMTi than to decide to have everything-readMUTTON vsagz perfectly harmle-- s Yoa can use j i H OLD tc 's for marching orders. The VEAL, FISH, FREE SILVER t rJI the tobacco you want while takins: 1(1 and luggage of the boys of the Country Bacon, If I It will notify you when First is packed and the colonel knows 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD. Ifj)u are afraid to let your money you stop. We give a. written iuarantee where to find cverr one of them." Bacon, J J to cure permanently anyxase with three Pure Otd Wluekie. fcr Family s.nl Metli Iooe, for ftarof a depirctnUd country Ham, The tody of Adolph Trattner. of cmal Css. in 5 and 10 gallon H ltees, or refund the money with 10 per Cleveland. Q- who died in Germany, 1 ackages, a fcpeciaHy. in the future, go to D. P. Citv Ham Cough-curthe most prompt and. But. interest. " w not a sub was on board the steamer Saale, which AJiMEKScnd putit in Diamomlsj 1 re effective remedy for diseases of the Lard, Sausage. stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures arrived Monday from Bremen. Mrs. ice where it trill be safe, and at the Siher throat and lungs, is Ayer"s Cherry Trattner accompanied the body. mlliout the aid of will power and with BEST MEATS THE MASKFS 1 J Pectoral- - A3 an emergency- - medi Keit Riser FlmKl. yrices he U offering them, yon xcilt ix inconvenience. It leaves the system cine, for the cure of LESlSGTojr, Ky., Aug. 4 The Red aa pure ami iree :rom nicotine as the Wholesale Dealers, be able to. realize it profit on than river is higher than it has been since Croup, Sore Throat, Silver Creek, Ky. in soia cay you took your first chew or smoke. 1SS2. Crops in the bottom land are all Lung Fever and CCKED BV HACO CDEO AX1 OAIVED THIRTY destroyed and fences washed away. Whooping Cough, Thousands of dollars' damage has been Xejt to Kuhmoful XatKnal T.i". POCSDS-done. . alain &U Telephone 11. 7 TT 1 r i..ir i Strangled to Death by a Towel. rruiu iiuunrtfus iu icsumoniai3r sue WArro-f- , Ivy., Aug. 4. Idso, the Cherry Pectoral originals of which are on. file and open Douglas & Smith. ROUTE son of Gaines Robinson, was cannot be equaled, t inspection, the following is presented: -- BEST found dead hanging to a towel. It is TQ AM13 FRO- KE. if. BUATt'LEY. Clavton, JTevada Co Ark , Jan. 2S, 1S95. believed he fell over while wiping- his BRIDGEFORD'S D. D Dis. Sec. of Euretca. Chemical and ill--' Co La VHt'X X .A face, the chin catching- in the towcL J vy Bi' nfP the American Bap Crosse. Wis. Gentlemen : For forty RMW VetllorcilTnlif'Wltlj Indorse! Kheo. . tist Publishing Society, Petersburg, RANGE. Lewisdckg, Ky., Aug. 4. The popuvears I oed tobacco in all its forms. For IStn. E'taiiut Coache-i- Didib; aul Va endorses it. as a cure for violent nuirovl nutcnllt- lists caucus at IiussellTi.Ic Mon. tl t'venty-fiv- e years of tluit time I was a I IVptirtr-.in- tiiiri(.-u- lnrtt !;iim; Lan, see them: ' colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Brawley ti Khea. who will be the demowna infsft ace rrri. m jrsat snSerer from general debility and cirniiy EXAMiNr TIIT",r RscbcomiKtrtmeiu. U.itctmlual-'cilion- . cratic- nominee for congress in thelhiW alsoadds: To all ministers suffering-froheart disease For fifteen yean district. tried pi 4ic:asi: throat troubles, I recommend ti fjnit, bnE coutdn't. 1 to.. various !Eil VeiUbuInrTmintw.ll BuCTet IsHor Fell Jfroai. the Wlu.low. Lawrexcebckg, Ky Aug. V W. E. Orssinl Wsner The Finest WMte Snlpiinr rianetlteSi anion otliersDllVlSjlnsCari TjlrlnRtJt I.oHBover Spotswocd, ot Harrodsburg, "rhe Indian Thba Antidote. "Btxib- - the e w Mrcn.icu Bii:!- -, avaWint: (lie Uu-CIisIjlest&WatEr ani in Ms bleep at the Gait house IiCIiIoride of Gold, etew etc.. but none ssreettue innnei. here at 2 o'clock Wednesday morning-- , oj thent diil me the least bit of in the Werld. od. fell from the oecond-stor- y window and rltualjy, hovTever. I purchasetl a bos. of Pi . sustained ORC11ESTKA Best music and ytrar Car itne from Tlil only "RtcoJtiro" and it has entire! v jlu4Mnnt. XUruu-- it w aner ieiii( lar. Awarded 2edal at "World's Fair. Eltrgaal Southern PaclHc Tax. Diinclns; Hall in. tho State. ctlrctlmeof tlie habit in all its fbrsts, Feaskfost, Ky., Aug. 8. The. board. fSrS PiLLS Cara Uwari Steffi Mil Tw4. Ilotel well appointed. aid! I Itave increaseti thirty pounds m of assessment and lias sent JTr. Geo,Stevens. Clerk. ijait ami am relienrl from all ih blanks to the Southern Pacfij Road t Prof. Ino. G. Miller. Leader njimeronsaclies and pains of body and Th Co., asking-itlnjircsF" S.III Vnt fo maki; a propjr return EVERYBODY FOR rEYOR. Cnltl Trains- n.Jt CnuiIinatIoa L.tmry, so that the beard may fix the valucof of Orchestra-Fre- e iiipii. i rxiBiii write a quire ot paper IalEittaDiltimtciijilai:. Ji Wnsttcr .ciin--. Ctxiches nr niiilt Gjiv LiikI the corporate franchise. Bowling Alley and jon ley diantKiI ant eocditiae attz.l.' rert t s3KFakt unietJiKticerrvor. cauuulate Joe le- TVra Saw Xat'onal Rialti. u nouepou Track. Free Knidergar-texnurrer. 3Lonr?"resectfnlIr. T TT 'irn-tM- r. fifci . Fkaxk-okt- , - Aud- electloa, told a Lsinrtoi ilentni reKy.. Aug-- 6. ShstLj JBHrnf"nK?ftB i EetttfcytKir ticket read Tin. fic children. FOCE. PastocGF. Arfc. itor Stoac is preparing uv sue a- large porter: "Tuej'Itlnn'lsifveraptstion fs hold, bv alt A trained Lady- - Vocalist, 0 atSl.Oapcr box, 3-- (karccsxsci - 2-- 3. number of national backs for back not makinsrauy diuerence in, my nice. I t ucaresv Viciny nays treatment., taxes- for saveral years, for slfc'gei fail- both branches of PaesgerTraCJa. X?r. atn.Biss.m:t.Asr the Demccratic pcrty nnitv T'.akss. aF.T turKlKU ure to report correctly their. surplus iki j raCXSSATI.. i;iaa, . ?i. gcamaie to support aie; Ytnwhatl "' j'a3cnt. senc airect upon TStxigs ot can see ia. the warts, of ayiljrTctwRrcIt u rw. . SOLO IK $12.50 -51e.ee mki, luru. XtfEIKim. " 1 1 Emcvu over I W.Jkre-.'mta- i ma fciKkalanitMCJLiiCrOts,. Ws t C resale n .1 ta via, all-- ever- th Stab; . ...., . RICHMOND. Kin .1M ST . f .a .'.i . in " X-maJi. wAfcr wiw mtw ,wwmi.itnun y "ii -' j, ' i "3r Jtoetsc,- kr. m ..y Muh. -' Xr f : . fetamfe ra3C . . L 9n-J....m-- Imk s I! IE v i; ' - if v ZS ii ' it"1 in "f um "J.1 KT 4l " . .3ti.BftrMifrtB; tS. . v jcs' , ' jjs j p . k asLjBBiL. r mjmi THMJUU ' i " at BwjywjMfi torjwiwfe . -feafWle Vr The "Little Uiant" Spnnkler re9ived tlie hn:lr-- t awanl at the World's CJm-bia- n - COM! AID SEE THE BARGAIN WE HAVE FOE YOU! SELECT - ife 4 o.uarter-bIoo- I mmu LARGEST STOCK FROM MD LOWEST pr; quarter-bloo- Itonic SPRING GOODS. nd 0"CTEB S'XOOI OP ott3 sy-tei- n i- x, I0.25i-.H3- - u. Hon, mm o" - com-Hund- el DOUGLAS & SMITH. BEEF, PORK Breakfast W. G. White. D- y bag-gag- "THE OLDEST" AND THE BEST e, suar-iintee- "Baco-Cnro- ." riaii LMOl. til III lit III cur-ren- cy -, "Eaco-Cnro- en ki lw hv,ij -- 1 SI fr""" - Prompt Delivery. AYER'S i!H3pi!p D"M& W - rurrflrn VmS-XE i (r S;EC0N0M1ST layLi-dorse- I ST LOUIS. BOSTON. t:: while-walkin- serious-injuries- AYER'S Cherry Pectoral CexH,l'daeu--aiMltu(n- 1 -- valn-ttib- n HEW YORK. - tmmsMi o Br-cy- clc s lev-ling- tkir..iit rrr ' -- t CJwit-nCSiyti- jay IBIb Kccii 'Jrf'mi - - p w- tln-rj- ait xetdi : are-goin- '' J i . !: : u - ,- , -- - ...1 fcx. z 1 1 rc i n a N0WS TEE TIMS iTistvCh C eis-ri-- i. - I ! - " se UmnMmito m, 5 I. 1 .k 11 . Z. ,. -" ii ta TJt. 0?1 -a, iTITllKAir . stt Mljyjlt ... ft lubsrahc for THE red hotlmttlHF mmi nh" Xk - 1 i - - :i l 1 'S ! - Sr - r 5. - V - " 3r 5S -: lf JI il ..if ir "! 'if' 1 j 1 rJ ltcct Xtw rrom All I"rt oi Commonwealth. UNUSUAL CASE. J Ifc- - HS E-'- r I' I ItftV of the currency Tuesday received from the 'national banks of Louisfollow which shows ville, the died suddenly Thursday morning in ing: Loans and discounts, this city. She was the mother of 15 United States bonds to secure children, only fonr of whom are now not to support the platform and nominees of the Chicago convention. circulation, 51,275,000; lawful money reInto its consideration may first hare to living. The records left by the old colThe address in part is as follows: decide as to their own jurisdiction in ored woman show that she was born serve in bank, viz.: gold coin, $008,203; The Chicago convention openly re- gold treasury certificates, 822,600; silJuly 3, 1T7C, the day before the signing the matter. pudiated all previous democratic plat- ver dollars, 34,180; treasury certifiTobacco dcnlcrs and other shippers of the Declaration of Independence. forms and principles; and enunciated cates, SC5..VJS; silver fractional coin, of Franklin, Ivy., have complained that The place of her birth was on the fa810,4.15. the L. and If. has charged them ex- mous plantation of Jerry Northern, reckless, dangerous and Total specie, 8710,242. Five creeds, many of which have per cent, redemption fund with treastortionate and discriminating rates on near Richmond, Va. She remembered tobacco between Franklin and Ixmis-vill- hearing the first news of the surrender been traced back to the populist urer, 557,055. Duo from United States Trey not only demand that this of Cornwallis. Her youngoat living and greenback, conventions, or to treasurer, 55,000. Total resources, Capital stock paid in 53,601,-50matter be remedied, but that they be child resides here and Is "30 years of the pronuneinmentos of populists or It declared for what Individual deposits, 84,571,131. paid damages to the amount oi the over age. The oldest living is now 65. Had socialists. lived, he would now be would lead to repudiation of national United States deposits, S3S7.0C1. Aver-- " charges they have suffered for years. her and Individual obligations and credit. age reserve held, 35.31 percent. 09 years of age. The shippers claim that the commisIt formulated a scheme for debasing sion hab power not only to regulate Disputed Over 'the Money Question. DISASTROUS STORM. these rates, but to give them the dam-ngSlayeiisvii.i.e, Ky.. Aug. 7. T. J. the nation's money, under which th or rebate that they claim. The Arnett, of the Kentucky established standard of values would be Timber Dooms Hrcak nnd Float Down reversed, the purchasing power of the railroad claims on the other hand, legislature, and J. Frank Atchcson, the Klvcr. West Liiierty, Ky., Aug. 5. A disthat the commission has no such chairman of the republican county wages of labor be reduced in half, and quesjurisdiction. This latter committee, had a difficulty here, result- our nation be set back from its finan- astrous rainstorm visited this tcction tion and the matter of holding ing in a fight, in which Arnett was cial place among enlightened peoples, Monday nijjht. The waters arc higher a meeting at Franklin to hear struck over the head with a rock and to a monetary fellowship with Mexico, than for years, doing great damage to the case will probably be considered at Atchcson was cut in several places. Nicaragua, Peru and the silver mono growing crops. A great deal of stock is reported drowned. a meeting of the commission to bo held They disputed over the money ques- mctnllist nations of Asia. "A platform with a candidate that Mr. Ruekwater, owner of the Farmat the Willard hotel, Louisville, next tion, both being somewhat under tho Wednesday, when the commission influence of liquor. Neither is dan- hns thus sought to be, and has been re- ers' big lumber mill, wired Kendall ceived intb enthusiastic fellowship by Bros., of this place, Tuesday morning, meets to consider the winding up of its gerously wounded. the populist St. Louis convention and that the booms had broken and all tho inspection of the railroad property in Destructive Tobacco Worms. who has thus openly declared his deand about Louisville. Hofkinsvii.i.k, Ky., Aug. 7. Reports termination not to support the party, timber gone. This will be a heavy loss from all over Christian and adjoining can not seriously expect to be accepted to the timber dealers of this section, as NOT TRUE most of counties are to the effect that the to- as the platform and the candidate of booms. them had their timber in the That Story of a Colored Man' Terrible bacco worms are destroying the weed the democratic party." Confmlon of a Murder. Lewis Oeorgo Clark Overcome br Heat. to an alarming extent. Labor can not The address concludes by calling llAltltoiisutJKO. Ky., Aug. 10. The be obtained even at fancy figures, and Lexington; Ky., Aug. 5. Lewis Chicago democrats who arc against the report that a Negro had confessed and it now looks as if fully of tho nominees and platform to meet in mass George Clark, the old Octoroon who implicated several others as mur growing crop will be lost. In Trigg gave Mrs. Harriet Becchcr Stowe the of Joseph llooper and county about forty percent, of the crop meetings in their counties August 15 information from which she wrote the derers and select delegates to the state conniece and placed their bodies on the has already been abandoned. vention, which meets in this" 'city Au- greater part of her famous novel. Uncle railroad' turns out to be false. The Tom's Cabin, and whose character Anilltlnr the Accounts. gust 20. information as It came to the sheriff made up George Harris, was overcome Louisvii.i.u, Ky., Aug. 7. A subMADE HER WALK HOME. was considered of such a character that by heat here Tuesday, and picked ur committee of the national democratic he and posse rode to the scene through by an ambulance. His condition it An Ineldent That Canspd an Karly Morn-Inworst storm of the sea&on to ar- committee with Wm. F. ,Harrity as the Killing; at Howllni- - Urei-n- . critical. He is starving for the lack ol chairman, met at the Oalt house, acrest the parties. The sheriff was Rowling Giseex, Ky., Aug. 4. Eras- food. The denial of his identity by Thursday evening to wind up the afcompanied by County Attorney Harmus Johnson shot and Instantly killed Mrs. Stowe just before her death has din, who was to have taken flown fairs of the old committee. The even- Lou Redmond in Jonkins Itros.' stable banished every hope ho had of receiving was spent in auditing the accounts conthe statement of the alleged here Monday morning. It seems that ing aid from his friends in the north, Chifessed participants in the crime. A of the Chicago convention. The cago citizens committee has not yet Johnson was out driving Saturday but he wants to die outside the alms white man started the report, which with the sweetheart of Redmond, house. was telegraphed from Vanarsdall to paid the amount guaranteed. and from tome unknown cause A Kentucky Elopement. Colored Farmers and Harthis place. Phil (till, the Negro who Kihlblt of made the girl get out of the vehicle, Sergeant, Ky., Aug. 5 Mr. Isaac deners. was placed ns suspected of several Craft, aged 23, of Tillie, a hamlet six Fkaxkfoiit, Ky., Aug. 7. The state and walk home, a distance of the knowing something about the murder, This failed conference and exhibition, of colored miles. of Redmond, to meet called ap- miles west of here in Letcher county, loose when the alleged conwas turned and'he on proval farmers and gardeners, to continue two Johnson Monday morning to settle the eloped Monday with Miss Lizzie Colfession proved to be a canard. girl oi lins, a beautiful Thursday at the Colored days, began matter, going to The Mountain Evangelist. State Normal school here. The con- kill him,and told him he washis pistol Little Colly, and walked over rough when Johnson drew Phincetoj. Ky., Aug. 10. Rev. Geo. ference was inaugurated last year by mountain roads into Wise county, Va., and fired two shots, with the above re- a distanco of 00 miles, where they were EvanO. Uarnes, the noted Prof. J. II. Hathaway and was so sucgelist," is conducting public meetings cessful that it has been determined to sult. The coroner brought In a ver- made "one" Tuesday at Wise a II. dict of justifiable homicide. Roth par- They will return to their hornes Wedin this city, accompanied hi his daugh- make its meetings annual. ties are colored. nesday, when they will be foiffivcn by ter, who has traveled with him in this Disappointed Spectators. country and over Europe. The Daviess their angered parents, who bitterly McKinnf.v, Ky., Aug. 7. A big crowd THEY WERE MURDERED. County association, perhaps the largest gathered at Stanford to see, as best objected to their union. Both arc of Baptist association in the world, con- they could from places of elevation, the The Terrible Crime of Fonr Colored Men good families. venes next week at Island Church, Mc- expected execution of Anthony Alcorn, Kevealed hy a Confession. toinrrsct Goes Dry. Lean county. IlAnitonsnuito, Ky., Aug. a The and when it became known that a Somerset, Ky., Aug. 5. The local respite had been granted there were dead bodies of Joseph Hopper and his option fight in this (Pulaski) county reA Terrible Death. niece, of Laurel county, sulted at the election in the adoption Ky., Aug. 10 Jimmlc many expressions of disapproval, Ashland, Hall, 12 years old, while playing on a though some commended the governor's were found horribly mangled on tho of local option by nt least 1,500 majortrack of the Louisville Southern at ity. The city of Somerset voted local box car in the yarJs of the Ashland action. Vanarsdcll, ten miles north of this option by 150 majority. The saloon inDidn't Know It Was Wrontr. Coal and Iron railway, was knocked off place, early in the morning of June 18. terests claim that the election was ilLnxiNOTON, Ky., Aug. 7. Kitty by the concussion of a string of gonwas arrested here Thursday night At tho. inquest that daj' the jury ren- legal, and will take the matter to dolas. The boy fell before the switching train and was run over, both legs on a warrant sworn out by Grace dered a verdict of ouicide, and the man- court. being horribly mangled. He died later Jacobs charging her with receiving, gled and mutilated bodies were buried G. I. Thompson Nominator! for Congress. at Salvisa. reading and destroying a Western while undergoing an operation. Princeton, Ky., Aug. 5. G P. A Negro has confessed that both Union telegram, sent to Grace Jacob; Thompson, of county, was TuesHopper and Miss Lottie Johnson were day nominatedTriggcongress by the reHarry Jcott 1'ardoncd. Kitty saj-by a party in Louisville. for murdered for their money. He says publicans of the Fhaxkfout, Ky., Aug. 10. Harry she didn't know it was wrong. First he nnd four other young Negroes were ing Capt. Ed Farley, adistrict, defeatScott, a member of the Ilaru and Contents llnrned. merplaj-incraps near the railroad, when chant and steamboat manwealthy western Kentucky family, was parMuNFonnvn.i.E, Ky., Aug. 7. The of Pnducah. doned out of the penitentiary by tJov. barn of Walter Richardson Smith, ol the man and woman passed, walking The district is the Gibraltar of the llradley. Young Scott is a handsome Green River, in this county,' was de- on the tics. He says that the other democrats. four shot the couple with pistols; and highly educated young fellow, and stroyed by fire. It was a large buildHeaiy Haiti at West Liberty. procured but little it is claimed that he was innocent of ing and contained hay and oats and that they 5 very West Lhiertv, the killing of a man in a general fight nearly 200 bushels of wheat, a bug? money, and then dragged the life- disastrous storm Ky., Aug. this A place visited less forms of their victims 200 yards was charged. as he gy. a wagon and a lot of farm impleleft them on the track in a curve of the Monday night. Great damage was ments. Hur.es From Heat at Ixmlnvlllr. read; that he did bis best to prevent done to growing grain. The river is Too Near the Hon Saw. Got higher here than it has been for years could not, the awful crime, Locisvii.i.k, K3-- Aug. 10. The inCentral Citv, Ky., Aug. 7. Robert that they threatenedbut l""lr him if and Several horses and cows were seen he to tense heat continues. The thermome- Pollock, the stepson of Ed He said he floating down the river. ter Sunday again attained a maximum Davis, while working in tho saw pit ever said a word al-- was innocent of ' of l7 degrees. No fatalities have been of the Central City Planing Mill r jc, but guilty Kentucky's Deficit. reported since Saturday when the toawful secret, and his Frankfort, Kj, Aug. .1 The id of keeping-th- e morning, "ot trw him to divulge. tal for the hot upcll was six. The dead had his let monthly balancing of the state ac off just uelon conscience forced" " animal contractor r ported the death the ov to o" "f his counts oy me auuitor au' lie eonf' erj of seven horses Sunday from the heat. neighbors, , a 'reputable shows a tdtaTtiiliieit in "the state treasWhile Hoeing Tobaero. county of . The deficit is lotff of Cucumber. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 7. Wm. Wells, white man. who Attorney the A. Hardin ury of S1,140,70S.87. C. ficials County Walton, Ky., Aug. '".Quo thou- colored, aged 47, living at 13 Deroode and Sheriff Frank P. James and his growing at the rate of over 5100,000 a street, dropped dead while working in deputy, W. D. James, left here late month. sand and ninety-c- i bushels of Now OH Franchise. were hipped on the L. .fe N. Mr. Garland Rullock's tobacco patch i riday afternoon for Salvisa to see the y C.VTLETTsnuRG, Ky., Aug. 5. This ' Saturday, making Thursday morning. Coroner Milldale confessor and secure the names of tho city has granted a twenty-yea- r franattributed his death to the in tenso murderers who will be arrested. of 4,433 since Julv 2S. The heat. chise to the Gill Oil company. The gas factory will commence is said that the man, in his confesIt Hart Connty Teachers. operations Monday. The crop is the sion, implicates colored men who will be piped from tho Warficld wells, Munfohuville, Ky., Aug. 7. The live in this city, threethe chief of police a distance of about 50 miles. It is exfinest ever known. but Teachers' institute will be held here refuses to give their names. lie inti- pected to have it here in a short time. Yearn. Uets Tcnty-On- e next week, beginning Monday, the 10th mates that they will be arrested when Tatal How Over Cards. lAiinori:svii.i.K, Ky., Aug. 10. The inst Prof. Lumley, of Pulaski, Tcnn., the sheriff returns. noPKiNBViLLE, Ky., Aug. . Cullen jury in the case of James Sawyers will conduct the institute. The exerChief of Police Smith lodged Phil Littlefield and Leslie Oldham quarfor the murder of Dr. Robert Rurnside, cises will be largely attended. Gill, colored, in jail at 10 o'clock Friday reled over a game of cards at a picnic returned a verdict of guilty of volunFire in h Starch Works. night. He is suspected of being impli- in this count-- , when the latter drew tary manslaughter, fixing punishment Hammond, Ind., Aug. 7. The Westcated in the murder of Hopper nnd his his pistoL and shot Littlefield in the at confinement in the penitentiary for ern starch works, of this city, owned niece. He stoutly denies knowing any- side, inflicting a fatal wound. 21 years. and operated by Stein, Hirsch & Co., thing of the murder. Drowned While Dathlne L. and ". Krakeman Killed. were partially destroyed by hre ThursWest Liberty, Ky., Aug. 5. News Additions to the Mmt-aday night, causing a loss of about Lebanon Junction, Ky., Aug. 10. Noah LoveFrankfort. Ky., Aug. 8. An addi- has ajust reached here that drowned at Charles Adams, a brakeman on the L. 53,000; covered by insurance. ly, boy 15 years old, was tional interest is being given to the and N. railroad, Knoxvillc division, Doth Daellsts Slain. state's big museum adjoining the office Pin Hook, in this county. was run over by his train and his leg GnRF.SViLLE, Ky., Aug. 7. Tom Hall of curator cut off. The accident happened at and Terrj- - James, farmsrs, quarreled of the inspector of mines andThe old THEY ARE READY. the geological survey. I'arksville, Ky. He died Saturday in discussing a meeting. .Tamos was flags that have so long reposed in the The Hoys of tho Flnt Rcrlmcnt Mnj Il morning. stabbed five times and died Thursday Maa house corridor are being transCalled to Cleveland, U. morning. Hall is cut in seven differ- ferred to large and more suitable glass Hafts Itreak Cincinnati, Aug. 5. The rumor that CATLKTTsnuno, Ky., Aug. 10. About ent places and can not live. cases in the museum, where they will owing to the labor troubles in Clevetwenty rafts have broken loose and Lexington's Mortality Report. be conveniently arranged by Miss Guy, land all of the national guards in the come out of Sandy river, and more are Lexington, Ky., Aug. 7. City Clerk the librarian, and Prof. Norwood, instate will be called out had the effect following. The Sandy is booming andJ Garland's .mortality report shows 65 spector of mines and curator. Tifesday to bring together in consulta.. . 18 rising fast. I urther up the river rafts deaths Curing .luiy .A wniie icmaics, tion at Hunt's hotel, CoL Hunt, of the Hallway Men Crashed to Death. are broken to'pieces and much damage 10 white males, 10 colored females and First regiment; Col. Day nnd ofliecrs Owensdoko, Ky., Aug. a .lames Hays and Kennedy. done. 15 colored males. Three "murders are Green, br.idge carpenter on the 0. and included. Hunt and the other ofliecrs discussed I'aducah Has a Costly Fire. N. railroad, and John Ford, laborer, A Hot Da- In Louisville. the question for some time, and it was Vauucaii, Ky., Aug. 10. The dry Louisville, Ky., Aug. 7. The mer- were killed at Petit's, a station five finally decided that the First 'regiment house of the McKinnie Veneer and from this Packing Co. bnrned. Loss, S30,000; in- cury reached 9S degress Thursday, and milus in building city. They were en- shall be held in readiness for such a a trestle for a water surance, S1S.000. The maiu part of the the humidity was great. One death gaged when the trestle fell, crushing possible emergency. Col. Hunt said: "I have not yet reis one of the largest in and sevoral prostrations by heat have tank, factory, which them to death, Ford's body being cut ceived an3" official order to hold the been reported. the city, was damaged very slightly. - were brought to Qwcns-borin two. Thcjhoys of the First in readiness to go to New Kentucky 1'ostmaster. an inquest held, and their re- Cleveland, but I am reading tho papers Strnrk Oil. Washington, Aug. 7. G. W. Hoyd Hakiiouiivili.k, Ky., Aug. 10. Parties was Thursday appointed postmaster at mains conveyed to Russellvillc, their carefully." Col. Day was seen later nnd said: Just arrived from Stinking creek, eight Wallonia, Trigg county, Ky., vice R. K. home. miles from here, report that a Penn- Dye, resigned. "Nothing definite was done further Com promise May He Ileached. sylvania oil company that is drilling a Died Suddenly. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 8. Mr. T. E. than to decide to have everything well at that place struck a fine flow of Fi.EMiNGsnuiso, Ky., Aug. 7. James Edclen, attorney for the Mason & ready for marching orders. The bagoil. M. Plummcr, aged Co years, died sud Foard Co., and Attorney General Tay- gage and luggage of the boys of 1he lor held a lengthy conference over the First is packed and the colonel knows denly at his home here Thursday Killed IVhlle Walking on the Track. where to find every one of them."' claims of the state against the comTwki.vk Mll.K,Ky.. Aug, 10. Hester pany and vice versa. The object of Ross, aged "l years, was killed at 12:54 Second Vice President Ilarahan, of the conference was the" settlement, The body of Adolph Trattner, of 0. and O. train while by the the Illinois Central, has restored the if possible, of the company's ac- Cleveland, O., who died in Germany, walking carelessly on the track. cut of 10 per cent, made in the wages counts without further law suits. It was on board the steamer Saalc, which of the employs? of th : Chesapeake. is believed thnt the desired end will be arrived Monday from ljreracn. Mrs. Ohio and iouthiveslcrn railroad. Trattner accompanied the Lody. reached. Ballrol Cammlulon Has a Strang Demand for Jtedrca. Ky., Aujr. 10. The railroad commissioners nave before tbema Tery unusual case, and before- going The BORN IN '1776. Enian Sloan, of LonlsTllle, Dlea at the Ace of 120 Tram. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 7. Susan Sloan, whose relatives possess positive proof that she .. was 120 .years of age, . MASS MEETINGS or Oold Democrats to Be Held In the Different Counties of KcntncWy to Select Delegates for a State Convention. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 4. The golti standard democratic executive committee have issuod a long address to tht democrats of the state calling on their CASH IN LOUISVILLE. Danks There Had a 33 l'er Cent. Keserva nt the I'3t Ilejmrt. Y"A6Iiixgtox, Ang.'ii.-rThc A GLASS OF CIDER M&&w:iMwmvwt:w&&&'Jt. controller a"rc-po- rt 7,097,-55- 3; Causes Connty Assessor Nelson to Kill His Hrother nt Pittsburgh, Ky. Danville, Ky., Aug. 0. At Pittsburgh Wednesday afternoon Dave Nelson, of East Rernstadt, wits fatally shot by his brother, Couuty Assessor John Nelson. Tho shooting took place Saturday night In the grocery store owned by John Nelson, and came up over a glass of cider. Dave went in nnd asked for a glass of eiddr, and John refused his request, when Dave went RUST'S DR. com RooT I p ..., Q EON fa Ha P ENnYnOYALQILLSS:ai iw,rs reliable and Tnn. If .''"CTION? ' ' to 0 ,?'. T.,'.T.- ' yg tit, J? & Vctii0 .41. Cores l Ws 'llta .;,, r dress on receipt of ask for Iir.Rnst's emmu l'cnnymyai tmii and nerer Inlaro. nila: Tow never Pletc In on. sm.Il jneiasc Mailed toanyad- - on receipt 01 1 DJ jiiiry ui I rf i: ru BSold Tfco lion Medicine Co, St. PaoI.Mtnn. by W. G. White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. to the barrel and drew the cider him- self. shoot. John, in addition to being assessor, is a candidate for the nomination of tho republican party for state This angered John, who began to e. 1 2. 0. FIRE FIRE FIRE? rrvYa . . Tn i Shoes and luiniisning uoods must hn rinsed out, at IJKKJKJSSYD, y-- 4 representative. first-bor- n es er ress in the Siwyers murder trial Tuesday and Wednesday h .s been rapid. Most of the evidence for the state has now been heard. Wednesday morning the jury and court reviewed the scene of the crime, the lunch counter where Dr. Burnsidc was murdered. But few new developments have been made, though the trial is watched with unabated interest It will consume most of tho v cck. Sawyers is hopeful. Divorce Suit Follows nn Klopmcnt. Seroent, Ky., Aug. 0. A novel divorce suit was filed in the county court Thursday. Two months ago James I. Polly eloped with Miss Nannie Webb The Sawyers Murder Trial. Baehoursvillk, Ky., Aug. 0. Prog- iJ e i T to C J IS (. CLOTHING, DEY vttt. oxTrnrTiTi cirri"". rAr n UUJa IJLULvi!; DjLWJY UU -- ( ) ( ) (9 ) "The flpfsaH North Pole made use of at last. tt JsbE Mr i ) f fr ) e) ) ) ) and were married and Tuesday a separation was made on the ground that he was not satisfied with married life. They were cousins and of prominent families. Anthony Alcorn Itrspltcd. 0. Gov. Brad ley decided Wednesday night to grant a respite of 30 days to Anthony Alcorn, of Lincoln county whose hanging was set for Thursday. Alcorn i B3.sTl 1 --4SjlLE ) ( ) J one-ha- lf Frank?out, Ky., Aug. s; murdered his father, and the governor refused some days since to commute his sentence to life imprisonment. 0.- - Throc large water mills were bwept awny in this county by tho recent high water. The loss will be a heavy one on each. West Liberty, Ky., Aug. Water .Mills Swept Away. f j markable for its fine flavor and quality of I large S Always at the front and wherever "BATTLE AX" goes it is the biggest thing in sight. It is as re-as for its low price. PLUG Ulfj$r i u I PRICES Come and c:ct ! ( ) ) 1 bargains. Our s.vi.r. ( ) ) I is now going on. 9) ) A 5 cent piece "BATTLE AX" is almost as as a JO cent piece of any other g g MillioertJ at 6reat Baraii)5. 0) HENRY- - KLEIN - ? -- SON. 5 210 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND. fn"-.ja- ll Prcwitt, wanted for running a gambling house nt Paint Lick, this county, was juiled hero Wednesday morning. Choked to Ilcntli. Louisvm.ee, Ky., Aug. 0. A special from Pembroke says that Will Allen, a small boy. swallowed a fence staple Lancaster, Cnmltlrr .I.ilU'tl. Ky., Aug. 0. Oeorgo equally good tobacco. K7. (f vSS32SASSaA2MM, Tin ? and was choked to death. "The groves were the Lords First ples Iioforo men ever learned to hew or Cleave the architrave." Urvaiit. -- Tem- Fi.EMiNasBUKG, Ky., Aug. 8. Farmer Adjudged Insane. (g) "Little Giant" 6) ImIm MrSf Staple Strode, aged 03, a farmer near Ml. was adjudged insane here Friday afternoon and ordered sent to the asy- Walter Gil-ca- d, LAN Fancy lum. Chancellor Von llohenlnho Itoilffn?, Leh'SIC Aug. S. The Neucste Nach-richteof this city, Friday declared that Chancellor Yon llohenlohe has reCassel. Slats Lick ta LAinfiLEL wi hmi n, May-fiel- d signed and that he has left llciliu for Near Derea, Madison countv Ky., on line of 1. & N. li. U. 17 miles south of Richmond, will begin on s well-know- n g Wronged Husband's Hcveiige. Ky., Aug. 4. At Sherburne,-abo-ut twelve miles from here, liill MeKec shot and killed Jerry Itoby. Hoby seems to have been too intimate with McKee's wife. McKeo fired two fihots, one took effect in the left eye and the other in his right breast. McKce made his escape. The officers and a posse of citizens are scouring the country for him. If he is captured there will probably be u lrroliinir." All are colored. Thursday, August 2D, And (continue through .Sunday, Augofct "0, IS'Jii. Preaching by Rev. Geo. Stuart, of Tennessee, assisted bv the Iculini! divines of the Kentucky Conference of the M E. Church South. Nice com fortable cottages, ample ainlitorum, beautiful shade and plentv of irood Milphur water. Special excursion trains uood music hv trained choir. Hotel icconimodations on the grounds Come iiitl einov a week's rest from business and housekeeping ami worship liod in the woods. 1'or further mfoimatioii, price of cottage, etc., address Ij-ln-c THE MARKETS. Cincinnati. Aug a Winter patent, tiW&loO; do fancy. 1175-3do faintly, liM&ioO; cxtr.i. IL802I 2.10. lowgrades, Jl 50(31.73: spring patent. jaSo Q.183: do fancy. Jl 15 a 3.33; do family, iiC02i 2.E3: rye. tiOJJI-Jper brl Wn fat Sales: No. 3 red, tra' Jcct- " d re ' ..a, 51c Coit.s N'o. 2 white, shelled and No. S yellow quotable at iy,c andKa 2 mixed at "GKc, buyers' views. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track. 33c: hot No. S mixed, new. track. He; rejected mixed, new, track. lCc: No. 2 mixed, old, track, No. 2 mixed, new, track, 20c. IIocs Choice packers and prime butchers', com$3.603300: mixed packers. mon and roughs. i2,733 15: light J3MQ173. common to fair pigs, J3.0Gt33.35. Catlte Heavy steers, fair to good, J1C0O 4 10. choice to extra. ! 15! 25; butchers, good to choice. 3.7S.JJ4.10: fair to medium. J3.103 3 63. common to ordinary, $i2j.I83: oxen, S1.5 g3C5. heifers, good to choice. H.C5S3 83; fair to medium, Jl 75Q3.G0. Sheep and Lambs Sheep extras. ?3 10 3.25: Rood to choice, common : to fair, SI.2532.00 Lambs Extras. Ji good to choice. ! 005.00: common to fair,!!. 75 613: culls. II 50&2.00. Veai. Calves. Fair to good light. I3.50D 025: extra. 1650. common and large, 3.S0&3.23. per Wool Unwashed, lino merino. clothing. lb : quarter-bloo-d medium' delaine and clothing. l$13c: braid, 11012c: medium combing, 13&I4:. Washed, fine merino, X to XX. I2c: medium clothing. 14315c: delaine fleece. 14315c; long combing. 1S1Cc: quarter-bloo- d common and low, 12$ISc; cearso, 1IC? 12o. ., SWe Lick Camp IIki-.icC- -9 'Ate ?.6 ' o, Ky. ri.orn 00; Madison Co., -- 'v NELSON'S NAWIAtt THE JL HAIR HAIR ELIXIR. FROCER. c; " Mol-lo- WONDERFUL Wal-'aimin- g A 2Tcw Discovery For Tho l1i&.-'J)- 92-10- Life, Growth and Reality of the hair and board. Doing a wonderful work whenever used. Causing hair to grow on bald heads and beard on smoothe faces. It is a vegetable compounded entirely harm less. Extracted from ilowers, fruits and plants collected ftom the temperate and tropical reuions. BEST MADE.... Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. AVill Unique, efficient, labor savins. sprinkle 1 times greater area than Canned Goods. any others. Highest award at the Salt by the Barrel. Chicago Exposition. Tobacco and Cigars. The "Little Gi nt" Ti: vvem.no L.vwx Candies and Cakes. Si'iiiNKLKi: is an ingenious, ellicieut, and Green Groceries- - fS3j"Comu andfeee me wonderful machine. Under an ordinary water pressure of :50 pounds or upwards it will lra HK) feet of jr.irden hose and propel itself blow lv and continuously in either a straight line or a circle of any desited diameter, while its speed may be varied at will from 13 to 300 fe.-- t per hour. Ry means of a figured dial plate it may be set to travel any desired distance. A moment suffices to change its speed from the highest to the lowest and it may be gauged to distribute a sprav effectively over a swarth arying .a width from o to 50 feet, while by simply throwing it out of gear it is instantly convex ed into a .stationary sprinkler of eilj btional elliciency. FROM 'I'jjrJEliopelliiig force is supplied by " ba" water itrythe anus- causing them to revoive wilii Three ami rapidity while at the same time they throw out a tinespiay or mist. Body of sprinkler made of iron "painted." Arms and standard made of brass "nickel plated." Body. 20 inches long, 13 inches wide over all. Wheels, 10 inches diameter. Height of tip of arm head, 15 inches. Total weight, 40 pounds. Tlie "Little Giant" Sprinkler received the highest awanl at the World's Columbian Kxposition, Chicago. E. R. Rowland, Ire; S; JUST " "RECEIVED DIRECTLY H 0 -- NEIMMORK v m V" OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than ihc lowest. FRR1CE. $15.00. - (FREIGHT PAID ) LfcTECCnSIMFinilinGru, "wit AtjU aal Siautirttrrri, SFBIVj'FIELI', AKD SEE THE 1AEGAINS WE HAVE POE YOU! .e mss. i'tats istnl rtrrjnhfrr. allONLY ESfCan be seen in operation of editor of Ci.imvx. at lesi-dem- wheat opened at 5"H5 at 573, last price 57J$c Puts opened at Mc. sold between 56Sa5o?4c and 563flXc, last price 5SKc Cnlls on September corn opened at 24'4c, sold to 2t?aC, last price 24.So. Puts opened at 41c, sold to 21J4c last price 23,He 50c: sold Calls on September CniCAGO. Aug. 8. 1 Cattle Receipts light; shipments light; there was the usual call for Saturday cattle. Hoes Good to cholco medium and heavy, t3.2U0J.3o; mixed and heavy packing, ?3. 10 2.2); gocd to cholco light weights, J33533. 13; Indianapolis, Aug. 8. - common light welfthts. (3.25(33.35. SniKP Good to cholco lambs. $L25Q.00; common to medium lambs, ii76100, good to sholce sheep. Ji6.X3J.03 .' --i o, Pittsburgh also had a cyclone disturbance Monday killing two peoplo and demolishing many buildings, including two churches, with monetary loss in the county of 5100,000. JHtTOLDEST AND THE BEST tho most prompt and. effective remedy for diseases of tho throat and lungs, is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. As an emergency medi- cine, for the euro of Croup, Sore Throat, Lung Fever and Whooping Cough, Cough-cure, after-tcrnoo- n. east-loun- d .vu i i u BSrTK7t vSa ! "TAKEN IN." " I used often to read the newspaper aloud km; wife'faid Bert Rcbinon, "and once "taken in dverti'ement The ttegan with a modest erpent, but ended by 1 was fairly -. """ "" - ' , Golden Medical Discov. ry, whisk, it was alleged was & cute for 11 Bronchial, Throat and I.cn? troubles, sjed would even urc Consumption if tiVen til ime. The ray I was taken ic wai thii s I had lung disease, and I bought a bottle ef the remedy, 1 waf a Granger to it, and it look me in and cured me " Robinicn' experience is identical with that of thou-and- s of others So true is this, that after witnessing, for manv years. he marvelous cures of Bronchial, Throat and Lung affections wrought by this wonderful remedy. ft manufacturers feel warranted In say. Ibjj that this remedy trill cure oS cent, of all cases of consumption, if taken ki the earlier ta?e of the disease This, mzy seem like a bold assertion (o those familiar only with the means generally Ic use for its treatment, as, nasty cod liver stl no us tmcy emulsions, extract oi rnalL whiskey, different preparations of hypo-- " taesof Dr Pi'rce's -- by a patent medicine seductive paragraph account of the sea. Wtiwr fotth the vir. er county, while riding along the road near the mouth of Coon creek,was fired on by unknown parties concealed in the bushes near the roadside,- 'and perhaps fatally wounded. The .ball entered his abdomen and penetrated to the bowels. His physician thinks his chances for recovery arc hopeless. Chairman Harrity Comlnc Louisville, Ky., Aug. 4. The subcommittee of the old democratic national committee, who had charge of the arrangements of the Chicago convention, will meet here Thursday night to wind up the affairs of the committee. Two or three members of the Chicago citizens' committee will be present. Chairman W. F. Harrity will preside. Insane Man Hutchers Ills Family. Pijovidence, Ky., Aug. 4. Jscar Clay, eight miles west of here, Tom Amhushed a Minister. Richmond, Ky., Aug. 4. Rev. Henry Lewis, a vcll known minister of Letch- Death of Chns. AV. Lester. Richmond, Ky., Aug. 8. Charles W. Lester, aged 74, who, with Rev. John O. Fee and Prof. J. A. R. Rogers, founded Rerea college, donating a great part of the land which that noted institution is built on. died Friday morning at his home in Rerea, this county. Lexington, Ky., Aug. a W. E. Can and Janius Wigginstcn, two Lexington young men, have perfected arrangements to go to Rrazil, where Mr. Can owns extensive lands. It is rtheir purpose to raise coffee, bananas and sugar cane. Lcxlnctonlnns to Go to Drazll. done. Strangled to Death by a Towel. Walton, Ky., Aug. 4. Idso, the son of Gaines Robinson, was found dead hanging to a towel. It is believed he fell over while wiping his face, the chin catching in the towel. Indorsed lthcn. Lewisbuko, Ky., Aug. 4. The populists caucus at Uussellviilu Mon lavin-dorsp- d Klica, who will be the democratic nominee for congress in the '1 hirrt Lexington, Ky.. Aug. 4 The Red river is higher than it has been since 1682. Crops in the bottom land are all destroyed and fences washed away. Thousands of dollars' damage has been (cd Itlver Flood. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 8. Another effort will be made on August 13 to perfect the organization of the Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse association, for the purpose of establishing tobacco warehouses in Lexington. Maniac Mother's Deed. Bennetts Mills, Ky., Aug, 8. Martha Hare, of this place, beat her two-yqar-o- ld That Tobacco Warehouse. district. Lawhunceiiuiig, Ky., Aug. 0. V. E. of Harrodsburg, while walking in his sleep at the Gait house here at 2 o'clock Wednesday morning, fell from the second-storwindow and . sustained Spotswocd, y serious-injuries- .Frll Froiti the Window. ttr b phosphites and such like palliatives. The pbotozraDhs of a larre number of those cured of consumption, bronchitis, coughs, asthma, chronic nasal catarrh nd kindred maladies, bave been skillfully reproduced In a book of :coc pages which will be mailed to you, on receipt of address ad at cents is sUusps. Vou can then writ ,tbase cttnd and learn their experiwe-e- . Asr BO. WORLD'S DjSmttAJt 4 Jia lmetW4M4Uwk. Brown, an insane husband, terribly butchered his family at midnight. babe to death and threw the Mother-in-lawife and baby were cut and beaten with an ax and will body in the bushes back of her house. She told her husband she had to kill it. probably die. Drown went to a neighbor afte.-- the deed and asked to be H.irn Destroyed by Fire. shot. Rrown is in custody. SiiAitrsiiURO, Ky., Aug. a The large barn bf James Ware, near town, was Silver ilrn trltlclxcd. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 4. Father destroyed by fire. The loss is 53,550, Tom Major, an soldier, withno insurance. It is believed to in his sermon at Sacred Heart church, have been the work of an incendiary. Frankfort, Sunday criticized the FrankTwo rrrs c. Injured. lin county silver men for carrying a Mr. Steulikg, Ky., Aug. 8. A tercross of gold through the streets. He rific storm occurred Friday afternoon. urged Catholics to take no part in a Crops were 'badly damaged. Lightparade where such things were done. ning struck a colored woman and child, seriously injuring them. Colored Institute. JjANCASTeu, Ky., Aug. 4. J. Ilnnt. Cttptuitd and Jailed. FLEVTXG8Biii0, JKy., .Aug, 8. wfll XcMurty, superintendent of .public seklxJJB, is holding ike colored institute McKeej3Tip at ibbi week; wh.!ek w WeiujjT largely in. teamed W both'wW Tsolred. - Kysvilift Friday d bjVttfU hre iid . 0. The. board of assessment and valuation has sent Frankkout, Ky., Aug. Southern Pacific Tax. blanks to the Southern l'ac'fij Road. Co., asking it to make a proper return so that the board may fix tho value-othe corporatc'franchise. f IV HI Sun State Auditor Stone s preparing to sue a large number of national banks for back taxes for several years, for alleged failure to report correctly their surplus Carrlm-- . Fhankkokt, Natlnn.il Ky., Aug. IS C, in k.. a. l JrilIe-J4rr5tob- y it JW Lbwuhuko, Ky., 8. Logan connty lias a female mait carrier in jT Mrs. Edley JMiotoo,- a .ouiig married lady,0Jyers.bW4 She Tm& 4he! for crTvlMr. tlie jakU'lfcomlK. MAXfcd-b. . . 'W JIT all-ov- - From hundreds of testimonials, the originals of which are on tile and open Cherry Pectoral ?l to inspection, the following is presented: 'jc-i. J cannot be equaled. Bat&dtm iE. JI. Bkawiev, Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan 2S, 1S!)5. mBWMW D. D., Dis. Sec. of Eureka Chemical and JIfg. Co., La the" American Bap W Mr Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen : Por forty tist Publishing Society, Petersburg, years I used tobacco in all its forms. For Va., endorses it, as a cure for violent twenty-fiv- e ream of that time I was a to colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Brawley grsai sufferer from general debility and also adds: To all ministers suffering heart disease. For fifteen years 1 tried from thrdat troubles, I recommend to quit, bnF couldn't. I toot various c," remedies, among others The Finest While Sulphur "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Douband ChalybeateWater le Chloride of Gold," etc., etc., but none of them did me the least bit of good. in the World. Finally, however, I purchased a bos of ORCHESTRA Best music and'l your "Biico-Cnro- " and has Awarded Medal at "World's Fair. Dancing Hall in tho . State. cured mu of the habit it all entirely in its forms, AVER'S PILLS Cure Uier and Stomach Troufetes. Hotel well appointed. and I have increased thirty pounds in Mr. GcOrSlevens. Clerk. weight and am rclievc-- from all tha Prof. Tno. 0. Miller, Leader numerous aches and pains of Jbody ami EVERYBODY FOR I'RYOR. of Orchestra. mind. I could write a quire of paper Free Bowling Alley and BP unon my chanced feelings and conditian umet Justice I'rror. candidate lor ic- cycle Track. Free Kindergar4 Yours respectfully, P. II. Mabbckv, eleclion, told a Lexington Herald re" ten for children. Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. t .Sold porter: ''The gold and silver agitation is A trained Lady Vocalist. hy all druggists at $1.00 box, not makiiiir any diflerence in my race; three boxes, (thirty days treatment), both brunches of the. Democratic party r$230withirau-c!ad- , written guarantee, nre going to support me, Frpm ivliat J Board, - or sent direct upon receipt of price. can Bee in the jriirts of any district which $10.00 to; $12.50 - per. week. Write for booklet and. proofs. VEureka J have been over I believe avo arching I i (Chemical i urossse, Po,, SU. "asiS er to win the" jjlate,, . I, very-ucl- j ptl Boston, Maas. 47-2-0 it. ttatterclSvitii layprospfcclfw? --- 9t ..j- t fel WE ABE DAILY Don't miss seeing those fine silver inlaid spoons at D. I. Armer's, warranted RECEIVING OUR 43 known that lias ever been offered to the for 25 years and cheap. people fully endorsed by all who have T0P JOBACCO. used it. It invigorates tlie scalp, reTJOiTT moves dandruff, stops the hair from fallout, thickens thin hair, and in many cases restores tlie hair to bald heads. A IIow to Cure Yourself While listing It. . . Notions, Hosiery, Gent's Fnrnishing Goods is Complete . . reliable hair dressing. Imparts gloss The tobacco habit grows on a man unbeauty to the hair and beard, and forces til his nervous system is seriously affectrapid growth. Gives comfort to all who ed, impairing health, comfort and happiuse it. Discovered and manufactured ness. To quit suddenly is too severe a JLDER'S BAEMII by shock to (he system, as tobacco to any veterate user becomes a stimulant that "IJaco-Curo- " his system continually craves. 'Who can think or some simple is a scientific cure for the tobacco Wanfed-- An tbisgtoiialcnt? all its forms, carefully com- Protect your llmu; they may bring yoa wealth. habit, in Price SI per bottle. 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"Ikieo-Cnro- " is not a subARME1VS and jnitit in Diamonds, Sausage. stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures where it will be safe, and at the without the aid of will power and with . Silver Greek Liquor Company, BEST MEATS THE MARKETS AFFORD prices he u offering them, you will no inconvenience. It leaves the system as pure and free from nicotine as the Wholesale Dealers, be able to realize a profit day you took your first chew or smoke. Silver Creek, Ky. 50- TONICS Jhair LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM HND LOWEST PRICES. SPRING GOODS. OTJJEZ STOCZ OIF1 $12. j. u. rEisor, Idea QUOLAS & SMITH. 6-- W. G. White. 1 FM UQUOBS MUTTON VEAL, FISH, BEEF, PORK -- tt ti tit tti It Ham, Ham, Lard, on-the- CUKED nV BACO C0IIO AND GAINED THIISTY Prompt Delivery. Douglas & AYER'S pMn li l'OUNDS. f'M& racff LOUIS. Next to Richmond National Maiu St. Telephone 31. liink on ROUTE -- DEST MNE TQ ANB FROfr- l- Smith. CHICAGO. 801I1I VestilinlcilTrnlii'.wltli l.ulTel L'arlor Tnrs. 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