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Latest U.S. Go.'t Report by tho united of bimetallism will discourage ndvastagc In advocating tho doctrine of because, when prlceo'trc steady hoarding,, free and unlimited colnago bullion value of . ulonc will ralso the Btatca-or rising-when great aggregations to lie idle silver to Its alue. and thui of wealth are trcsparslng upon tho rights money cannot afford ondTvage-eamcr- sIn the bank silver, bullioncolnago LSI per ounce Inmake diseased gold worth tovaults. The farmers PbB5?45 pallent, how they of Individuals. Such opposition lj tho gether me wonu majority turouciiout constitute a vonsldcrablo highest indorsement which could bo lir!th, of tho people of the country. Why should International Bimetallism. upon us. f ond rood their interests bo ignored in considering Mr. Bryan devoted much attention We are content, he said, to haA-- tho cothey will tell legislation? A monetary system subject of international bimetallism to the Inoperation of thosa who desire to have the financial pecuniarily advantageous to a you by taVinc SIM. few ternational blmetalllsts, he said, believe government administered without fear or which Is has Democratic Candidates favor. t KtCU- uot.S I.I syndicates It far less give It is not tho wish of the general a system which would to commendandthan that several nations by entering into an. LAIOK enhope agreement to coin at a fixed ratio all the public that trusts should spring Into exAre Officially Notified of couragement gold and sliver presented, can maintain istence and override the weaker members tion's wealth. to those who create ths naTh Cheapest. Purest and Best Parolljr In- - bullion value- - of tho rtetals tt the mint of society: it Is not the Wish Of th6 gens s Medicine U the World I Kdlntius to .Mercharhs and Manufactured, ratio. Whc 1 n tnlnt price is thus estaboral public that these trusts should ucNomination. etroy competition and then follect Such It the bullion Vnr PYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Jacn-dr- e only necessary" td lished an; i emulates desinlng coin-ma- y price, belit. Bryan said it was attcVsSIClCHKAl)ACHK,C.llO. son 1 havo tar as they will from thcSft who are at hoto the lncroaslng number of failures In cause r , tho bull . converted into coin at that Spirits. KOUR &TOUAC1I. their mercy i nor Is It the fault or the genj.-,ra gold standard is ruinbnlcr to show e i.ny person desl.'ing bullion can eral public that lhe Instrumentalities of ous to merchant:, and manufacturers. rJal1 prlcci ytri" - I etc This nnriralled remedy Is sect-ia by melting tllu Coin. Tho only have been so often prostituted nirra- c not to contain a slnjclc prlKle "of arlea In business occupations-- , ho said, tie; tj'irs i upon which international o purposes of private gain. Those ,whd blrnet' greenbacks, and the" IteSsury notcT Ts- - ".ysteinTTio said, was tho overshaaowiug JJkk'"KV nr nnv mineral "ubstatTCc but b Thousands Witness tha Oeroinony pond upon business stand upon the Chicago platfprin, believe gold btandard loth lessens tho and tho 1 t.l3-- s and Independent blmetalllsts Qlfter suea unaer tne act 01 isiv, ore resporstDie j issue uerore tne country, inauo amount r1 Pl'RKLY VEGETABLE, (Jan Drevalllng 13 that the government should not onlj1 hyold and threatens a permanency of such i limitedtho United States by tho free and for the recent drain upon tho feold .re-- . I by tho at Madisou Squarj Gardoa, tu coinage of silver at the present serve, but this wrons-dolnbut that It should also hre-e- nt ,i "nth- re'ta r n(f lhoe Southern Root and Herbs tho land. Tho democratic legal ratio creato a demand for silver nut fmm'itlnn assumption Is entirely ncr. throughout ho believed the great majority wrong-doinnn al' wise Providence ha placed in Tn nimrvirf nt fhlc and they believe that harty. and, Dangerous for Others. Mow York. which, taken in connection with tho detho law should bo enforced alike against firm Mr flrvnn niinterl frntn lestlmnliv nf or the American tieonlc. ore convinced that c - r r where l.fver Diseors root prerajL mand already In existence, will be. suffiall ehemics of the public weal. tt tll cure all DUaases caustd ky Otranr Our opponents havo mado a special i the demonetization of silver was a wrong . cient to utilize all the silver that will bo Secretary Carllslo beforo tho21 committee l which miuu.u uuu .i.uai iv ..,;-- . to tnoee who hold lire and life InsurlMi., on nrmrntinntlnns Joniinrv nenl ol the Ller and Bo els. in Not a Disloyal Pledge. UPTOMS ot Liver Complaint art a policies, but these policy 1. ciders presented at tho mints?" They agree In which tho secretary said If tho poller of I single gold standard has so narrowed tho Ttie ance Tho Chicago platform has been conpremium, in ceived their defense of the metallic principle and reserving to the government nt the. be- - base of our monetary structure that it is ii b rt or iJ taste in the mouth; Pain In the demned by some because It dissents from knowthot.slncethototalnald.a r Is dwarted In Its .andard they orrco In unalterable opposition for Klieu-i- r exceed tho total losses Pa k resumption the ontlon of re unstable, unsafe and necessary financial Jiin'vften i an opinion rendered by the supremo court must bo of more benefit to risic-- tompahlco the gold standard. International blmet-to irlnnln-- r of gold n m Sour Stomach: Loss o Appetite; Enthualostlo Grooting Io Tondorod tho paper pre- power to furnish tho deeming in silver all Its declaring tho income tax law unconstitucomplain that free colnago sented bad beenor adopted he thought It blood to the nation that commercial urd costUeand lax; IIe.adn.clie: I go so far as to than lo the policy holders. expressed by alllsts acannot to the mine owner, becnu-'tional. Our critics even Uxo Ohosen'Standard-Booror- a gives benefit n( Memory, with 3 painful sensation ot Industrial paralysis has followed. What Much solicitude has been would havo worked beneficially. But the apply the name anarchist to thosa who Is the broad and expanding In tit fnld to do someUiin? which ought to stand upon that blank of tho Platform. It our opponents for the depositors In savings international bimetallism gives to tho secretaries of the treasury, from tho be- we must have both gold supof Domocracy. foundation of They lm 'irrn done; Debility; Low 5plrlU, a thick must be remembered that we expressly banks.depositor constantly parade befojo p"ncr,of silver all the advantages offered ginning of resumption, had pursued a poli- port a monetary system and silver tomeetcapable of of the Slcin and Uyes, a dry tho advantages of a gold by independent bimetallism at the Bafno cy of redeeming In gold or silver, at the ing tho demands of a growing country, pnd i rccpgtitzo the blndlag forco of the decision theso ratio. International blmetalllsts cntinot II "en m ta1rcn for Consumption. so long as It stands as a part of the law standard, but these appeals will bo In vrln, enterprising the advocates of free sliver of bethg option of the holder of the paper, and If r s many-o- l tnese tymntoms attend of the land. There is In the platform no becauso savings bank depositors know that "btillloh owners who desire to raise tho any secretary had afterward attempted an Industrious, energetic and bo weakened Iieople, a system that will not w. under a gold standard then Is increasing to change, tho policy ond forco silver jpon and suggestion of an attempt to ee. ot others very few; but the Ltv ER f cf their orally the sest ot the disease, and if not Bryan and Sewall Both Accept the authority of the supreme court. dispute the danger that they tl 111 lose their dcposlts.be-caus- e desire to pay bullion;" or debtors who a man who wanted gold and gold upon a upon tis, na system at every foreign draft 8 ft Tlio party that will maintain a their debts Jh cheap dollars;" man who Wnnted silver his Judgment was parity 'atrj In time, crcat ssffcnng, wratched-- b ii of the Inability tjf the banks td collect Is simply pledged to "use nil thb const!' of Just values and protect us from Honor and Pledge Fidelity to they btill further knuW oi demagogues who desiro Id ctirry fRVof that II WObld havo been very disastrous DEATH wiU ensue. tullonal power which remains after that their hsScts; and the frequent fluctuations so disastrous to I! decision, or whlch may come from lis fc ' w nc highly esteemed persons atltsl This, Mr. Bryan argued, showed that tho that. If tho gold standard IS to continue In- with tho pcopls.one They must rest their frcoond opposition upon the Cause. grpdhd only, namely: fault does not II with tho greenlucks every business ondofIndustry. In bimetal8 r r mir of S'mmons Liver Uegula'or: to vcrsal 1jy tho court, ns It txsay hereafter t'O definitely, they may lo compelled to with-araIn unlimited coinage silver available for atid treasury notes, but rather with the lism he saw tho onlysilver andfor existing I' s Holt, PreOSfi. h V. II. L Co , K- -v constituted" Is there ahy disloyalty Irl deposits In order to pay living That tho supply of,to ltthe'r remedy too largo utilised by the executive officers who have seen ft to evils. Return to Bilver Its money function expenses. . w that plcdcel k i - tt I'erry, Ga ; Col. li. K. SparVs. AI- Utilicd States. ho a perihahent InVe-t- l' U n - i jiSTcrson.isqjneria UiDDUo These. who surrender a right which should have been and it will apprcclato and Its purchasing Ha NO Apology to Offer. In discussing this question we must conH. Stephens. ti ment. IHo block of railroads or Other enexercised .for tho protection of the Inter- power will Increase. Take from gold Its --- $When courts allow rehcarlngs, ho featdt spec l .vt tinted its virtues, personally, and tho capaclty'of our people to uso silt the people. If I do bo reduced, anil In Tbe Nobraskan's Answer to Arcnmcnta they admit that error Is possible; the Into terprises siocks not include these who u oi siderond the quantity of sliver which can ests of retire its paper and tho govemmf-n- tlio monopoly. Its valuo will ot tho two me'als ver or uso sioctt noiuingn k o fiat for Dyspepsia, Iiiliou&neks duo courso the parity should throw upon and ulate in decision against the Income tax V.&3 renAgalnet l"rco Colnago An Appeal to . to 1 means ot obtaining an Inside advantage. In como wo our mints. It must be remembered banks tho necessity of furnishing coti re- will again obtain under natural caus-s"riiE Headache it is the best medicine the i; dered by a majority of one after o rehearlive In a country only pnrtlally dedemption tho banks would exercise tho We will then havo a broad and unlimited construction contracts are Injured by a that kmw Wo tried forty other remedies t Eastern Voters. ing. Whllo the money question overshadr "s mmonsI.IverHetnilator.butnonocave right to furnish either gold or silver; in foundation for a monetary system comgold standard. The rising dollar destroys veloped, and that our people far surpass ows all other questions In importance, I lif re an temporary relief; but the Kegv RICHMOND, KEiVirCKV. the earning power of these enterprises any equal number of people in the world In other words, they would exercise the op- mensurate with our country's needs and Oeslre It distinctly understood, continued t onlj fclievea, but cured us." La u without reducing their liabilities, and, as their power to consume and produce Our tion Just as the government ought tc ex- future development. To thh reform tho i. I shall offer democratic arty has given Its pledge. -ercise It now. New Vorlt. Aug. 11 At MuuiSOh Equaro Mr. Bryan, Uiat plank of the no apology for dividends cannot be paid until salaries and extensive railroad development and onor-mo11 . tjkai'H and Mcslkccr, Macon, Ua. Chicago platthe Income tax Internal commerce must be tnken It may be further answered that our op- Our opponents admit the wisdom of tho fixed charges havo been satisfied, tho MsNfFACTVRED OS'LV CV Garden Wednesday nltilit Hon. William form. Tho last Income tax sought to apponents havo suggested no feasible plan for principle but ask us to uwolt tho permisinto stockholders must bear the burden of hard ver consideration. Now, how much sil& CO.. Philadelphia, Pa. J II ZCIUN J. Bryan, of Kebrsekai and Hon. Arthur portion the burdens of government mora can come hero? Not the coined Bllver avoiding the dangers which they rear. The sion and cooperation of other nations. times. equitably among those who enjoy tho proSewall. of JdHlnc. tiero formally notified tection of the government. ask per"HKT 'LHU THE" The professional classes In tho main-rece- ive of the world, becauso almost. all of It Is moro retirement of the greenbacks and treasury mission will not wait, nor will theyto relievo 5CJ,' rfEs.Tri.7 At present of any nation on earth Of their nomination 03 candidates for presinotes would not protect the treasury betheir support from tho producing valuable at this time hr other landrttharlt the expenses of the, federal government, the" cause of their distress. dent arnl vice president of the United collected through Internal te venue taxes classes, andean only enjoy prosperity when will be at our mints tinder free colnago. cause tho same policy which now lead tho themselves ofMr. Sewall ncceptcd the nomCOLUMN. PROFESSIONAL secretary of the treasury to redeem all In conclusion president. If our mints are opened to free and unlimthere Is prosperity among those who creBtateft, respectively, by the democratic naand Import duties, are specially burdenination aa vlco ited coinage government the ratio, merwhen gold tional convention at Its recent session In some upon the poorer classes of society. A ate wealth said that the assertion of the chandise silveratcannot presenthere, because manded, willpaper In gold,redemption decome SCc: and $1 per box. 6 for $5. require tho Mr. Bryan cf all law which collects from some citizens moro Chicago. belongs to the the labor applied to It is worth moreln tho sliver dollars ahd sliver certificates In gold Japinesa Pile 25 and than their chare of the taxes and collects opposition that a bonk ATTOSSrSYS. Tbc doors were opened at sevon j'clock 50c. per box. Japanese Liter FASHIONS AT SARATOGA. citizens leB8 than their debtor class 13 not true of any solvent form of merchandise than it will bo worth If the greenbacks and treasury notes are from other and tho great crowd which blockaded the share Is simply an indirect means bank. Kvcry statement published by a at our mints. We cannot expect ahy of tho withdrawn from circulation. More than reliets. au piltsfZSc- tho assets ex- annual product of s'lvcr, because India, this, itrccts made a desperate rush to gain cf transferring one man's property solvent hank shows that continued, when China. Japan, Mexico and all other sllver-uuln- g paper if tho government should retlrs its uise-tse- ? Willcnroallki Piles. Why suffer with frh5 vvn clvo written ll U. HOUG, ceed the liabilities, and, ho and throw upon the banks the necesjrunrantco with IT boxes, to refunil entrance. During tho turmoil several to arothcr man's pocket, and while tho a Mailed to uit ulEARLY MOKNIM5 COVTIUIE: process my Lo quito satisfactory to tho a takingfurnishing coin :celpt of price. Iao Japanese 1'Uo Curt'tusiiA---- t not annual sity dollar Is rising in o dress iccn. A TTOKXEY A T LA W. vomen fainted. At last i? 2. vigorous men who escape Just taxation, It ran may, by making short-tlm- value nlowlyand bank needs countries must satisfy their tho arts banksofwou'd exerc.'so the redemption tho leans from tho annual product: right to furnish LAliGE II VT": HAIR use of clubs to secure police bbt, whet) avoid those who amount: or a.iver. tn omen woras -- noy yiincr OSTSoId bvW G. "White. Druggist, Richmond, Kv. Kentucky a semblance tho order. were able to roof never o be satisfactory Notto only shall -good aro Becurity, rapidly, loss; bahk Is Hpt Will require tt largowill need aand the R:. tiMON't), DKESsSIN'C;: the, erburdened. nre falling of countries From floor prices considerable would oxerc'jo the option. Just as tho apologize for tho advocacy of to lose more because of bad debts than it quantity for subsidiary coinage. We will bo ought to exercise ItnoW, Thejjov-crnmetho garden was soon crowded with human I refuse totax law by tho national on Income convciji can gain by the increase In tho purchasing tequlred to coin only that which Is not must either exercise the iisht td liclntja. The heat was Intense. When Mrs '0I shall alEO refuse, tel hpolot'lZQ No i) Firt street, up stairs. power of its capital and surplus needed elsewhere: but If wp stand ready redeem its obligations In silver wheri (siAn entire independence Bryan entered, a few minutes before her tion, but by It of the right to dissent Don't Let The Horn Worms for to take and utilize all of It. other nations lver is moro convenient, or It must Bcnellclnries of a Gold Standard. husband came, a scene of enthusiasm folfrom a decision of the supremo court. In costume, is a peculiarjcliarm hi Saratoga will be compelled to buy nt the price which all tho silver and silver certificates fro-u Hovernmcnt Ilko ours, every public offiDestroy Your Tobacco. Passing briefly over this point, Mr Bryan wo fix. Many fear that the opening of our circulation and leavo nothing but gold as (.KANT E. LILLY, lowed which was not ended until the lady life; extremes public servant, and in opposite direcbo followed by an enormous Insaid: Bet mo say a word now In regard mints letrnl arose from her seat and acknowledged the cial Is ato criticise his ofllclal tho iieople hnvo Are K. 0. DIVISION. right Nopuhllc to certain persons who ore peculiarly ben- crease will tho annual production of silver willing tender money.flranclal our opponents tions a acts. in system which to outline a ATTOIIXEY-A- T affording LAW, ovation extended her. a constant and ofa dial who conscientiously discharges his efited by a gold standard and who favor it, This is conjecture. Silver has been used wiU carry out their policy to its lcgltlciate Iv Effkct M rcii 1, lSWJ. to those ho serves not from a desire to trespass upon the as money for thousands cf years, and conclusion cr will they continue to c'oak and will doslro to A Kconemy amusing contrast. 1, Kentucky When Ovation to the Candidate. stand dutyright to discuss ienyofllclal conduct. .ivomj, tho his rights of others, but because the circum- during all of that time the world has never tbeir dcslgrs In ambiguous phrases? Mr. Bryan Btepped on the and utility find expresbion in heavy gray All X'uvor Bimetallism. stances which surround them blind them suffered from nn N0RTJI ROUND. and was recognized by many In the auditho gold standard The argument that a silver dollar la g ence, a great cheer went up. "Bryan, Then, enteilng upon what he declared to the effect of ask you to considertfpon Coinage Requirements tndcr Silver. of tobacco worms is a V corner Mum and Socond streets 1 shall heavier than a gold dollar, and that, there- linen suits, tvith either blazzar or Etcti The others. the paramount question of the campaign lv. Express for Cincinnati, amy We will be required to coin only that fore, silver Is less convenient to can-- ; in) jackets, trimmed with embroidered linen thing of the pat, if the claims of the languago of two gentlemen whose long Will practice in nil the courts nf Uryan, Bryan" was the shout cf those who the money question Mr. Bryan ald: It tho crowd thoscarccli necessary to defend tho prin public service and high standing In the which 13 not needed elsewhere: but. if wo largo quantities, Is, he said, completely an"X. S. J." Co., iCichmond, Va., be a. jr. Paris, Mavsville, Wilt- - p. x. s mid adjoining countio and Court of knew him, and, as others inevening realised that tho hero or tho had ciple of bimetallism. No national party party to which they belong will protect stand ready to take ond utlllza all of it, swered by the silver certificate, which isa3 hands, small buttons at the corners of chester ami Lexington true and their claims seem to be well be them from adverse criticism by our op- other nations will wo compelled to buy at easily carried as the gold certificate, or sailor collars, or not unfreqnently a vine como, tho cheering became louder and during the entlro Mstory of tho United 0.25 mail. 7.33 fix. Many fear that any other kind of paper money. the price which substantiated. ponents. In 1S63 Senator Sherman said: Thero threatened not to stop. But It did stop States has In tr declared against it. and tho opening of our mints will be followed was much elaboration and Illustration In or band of embroidery is carried dow n Not only is the labor and uorrv saved 11 must 00 nammea, nowever, mat some this Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-- r. tU last, and thoso who timed it raid that. no party lo opposu campaign has had the I & D. M. GIIENAULT, bankers combine the buslne'ss of a "bond by nn enormous Increase In tho annual the points presented In this part of Mr. It. Three parties tho temerity i' m. ville. "Winch ester and but the farmer gets a greater number had lasted six minutes. It democratic, populist and silver parties the back, finished by a flowered ribbon broker w Ith tho ordinary banking business, production of silver. Thl3 Is conjecture. Bryan's speech. , 2.0-has been used as Lexington mail. was tho first tribufo of the enthusiastic. only dcclnred for for of pounds of tobacco and a better make enough in tho negotiaWhen Gold Goes Abruad l.5 haeha-.-not outlined tho specific legislation and these mayto offset tho looses arising in Silver of years, and duringmoney that thouATTORNEYS AT LAW, sands tlmo all cf tion of iears ut The crowd was reserving itself for tho answer to tho charge that fold will knot with a long end. Six or eight fancy quality by the use of "N. S. J." Livingston, Indou, Jul- world has never suffered from any goInabroad It must bo remembered that no fronts to one dress gives a constant vaecessary to restore s'.Uer to Its ancient legitlmato banking business. As long as the Kentucky. event of the evening. iiuoxi), No apparatus is needed save a 10c sifter. 12 &T. L10 hco, Pmevillt. oslllon by the sido of gold The rcpub-- f human nature remains as It Ib, there will overproduction. If. fcr any reason, the gold can leavo this country until tho owner Notified by Gov. Stone. r n j latform cprcr-l- y declares thai blalways bo dorger that, unless restrained eupply of gold or s'lvcr in the future ever The proprietors propose to r.iv e free something In return riety, and tucked white muslin or Livvn gold Fas line lor Livingston, a. m. ot, tallism Is dC3ittil c when I' rledges the by the rubllc opinion or legal enactment, exveeds the requirements of the arts rr 1 of tho which receives Senator Jones introduced Elliott Dan ho for rather have, in of cost, under certain and reasonable 11.4. Ixmdon,Jelh-o,K.noxviH- t the '1 IU party to aid In securing it us thjse who aeo a pecuniary profit Xor them- tho need of ccmmcrco we confidently othtrItwords, whenwould leaves the country, fronts are new and inexpensive; . u! Ifcan gold e on Second conditions, several hundred boxes of street, over Chenauk's ro forth aa chairman of the meeting, and he 1r cut as the assistance or cei tain foreign nuselves In a certain condition nidy yield to hepo that the intelligence of the pce-"- thoso who formerly owned It w HI be benetucks running crosswise innwaists, fronts In turn presented Gov. Stone, of Missouri, tans cap. he obtained Tise "ho t"M- - tlu temptation to bring about that'condl-- l win do sumcicni iq cieviso anti cract r the compound (each box enough for a. m. Fast line for Cincinnati, r.. x. process by which wo fited. There Is no Who mado tho formal speeches of notifica the mlnorltv sentiment In the 11.43 ".Pi. Paris, on Jefferson has stated that otic of tho legislation necessary fcr the protection rf can be compelled to part w 1th our frold or sleeves. White piques are very popone acre), and tobacco growers would tion. cajjo convention opposed tho free colnngo J litalil duties of government Is to prevent tho public. against our will, rorla there nnyprocesi by ular hers as breakfast dresses, the pretuymucprnu-en- t unu-c-do vvell to write the Company at once r. m. Rowland, Lancaster and a. m 1 El'IIEN D. PARRISH, 01 sltvir uy mo tiintcs In thclrjtidg-meAfter Gov. Stone had EpoUcn at considmen from Injuring one another, and never can bo forced upon us without which silver MfclO 1.25 Stanford. action, on the ground that It is folly to refuse to the people hfor particulars. was that duty moro important than it is erable length, heprcl'ntedtollr. Brynnon cur consent. Exchanges aro matterr. of tiest ha ing a row of insertion around fear tli' it would retard or entirely prevent p. vr. Rowland, Lancaster and p. ji agreement, and If sllv cr comes to this counIt if not strange that "those who jnonoy which tl.cj new need forthey net-engrossed copy of the resolution of notiblmpt-alllsATTORNEY AT LAW, may hereafter have mcie than the establishment of international governInIt havo made ft preflt by furnishing trcld to the j.roket and double revere about an 8:10 7:40 Stanford, fication adopted by tho notification comto which the efforts of the I am firmly convh.ccd that by opening our try under free coinage will be at the the government In tho hoor of Its extremiKentucky. mittee Referring to tire circumstance at- ment should be steadily directed. When ty fnvor a financial policy which will keep mlrta to free, and unlimited coinage at The vitation of some one in this country nho inch and a half from the edge, a pink h HMOND, will glvo something In exchange for It, tending the nomination, tho resolution they assorted that the efforts should be the government dependent upon them. I present ratio wo cap create a demand fcr Wo aro told that a restoration of binet-nillsnecessary teadlly directed Kilver which will keep the price or silver stated that tho nominee was selected as tho of International toward the establishment believe, however, that 1 speak tho sentia hardship upon those who or bluetUk front adding the would bimetallism, they cont bullion at $1 2) per ounce, mces.. rcl by havo entered boInto contracts payablo In touch of colo' party leader bocauso of his Integrtty, paAs a matter of courte, ment of majority or the people'of gold. ES?"Out-goin- g I'jttnU, Caveats, Trade Maries, Designs, Etc. trains connect at Paris demned monometallism v,. gold coin, but this Is tt mistake. It will the United States yrhen I say that a wise f vport as to patentability of invention Free ol triotism and ability, and that his election foznd Wanting. k ot our are with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, financial policy administered in behalf of InSome value opponents attribute the tall to obtain the gold with which to pretty shirt waists Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. means the maintenance cf an honest weighed In of Bllver when measureil by meet a gold contract when most of tho s;en on all sides. the Tho gold standard the people would make our government gold to the fact that during the last guartcr I ndmlnlstcred for the benefit of the balance and found hna been Take from applying for a patent. nte roe. wanting. ndependent of any. combination ot finanLaurel Street in Rich- - Maysville and intervening points. people can usej Silver than It Is now, when Oar far all, and controlled only by Intelligence conof a century the world's biipply of silver cveryono is trying to procure gold. It the powerful support of the mohey-owtiln- g ciers, foreign or domestic. g d we are trains connect at "Winciihs-te- k T.iond is now g I.VTER IN' THE DAY scientiously directed. has Increased more rapidly than the world's classea and tho A Now and Vital Issue. What Uhermat PHYSICIANS. of the supply of frold. Thl3 argument is entirely prepared to fill and it cannot stand for one day in any na with Lexington and points west, Great Demonstration. Thero is another arKvment to which I organdy, gras Muen or silk dr--- s begin contraction of tho currency is a fafr answered Ly tho fact .that dutlng tho last Hon In the world. It was fastened upon ask your attention: Some f .j,0 nr-- e When Gov. Stone concluded with the nofaibro distressing operation than senators ,and Mt. Sterling and points east. five years tho ahnual production of gold the United Stntc3 without dlsciibslon bezealous opponents of "frse coinage point to come an. .lien criticism by one's tification of his nomination to Mr. Bryan, fore the people, and Its friends have never suppose- - Our own and other nations have lias Increased more rapidly than tho an1U II. 11. GIBSON, to. the fact that certain months must elapse neighbors is trains counect at Livings"Pride o! Richmond," gone through that operation before. It nual production of sliver. o man began to wave a big American flag yet been willing to risk a verdict beforo to be expected. A pl.liu between the election, and the first regular that voyage without)t Our opponents eannot ignoro the fact session of congress, and assert that Curover the latter's head. Tho ciowd went the voters upon that issue. Thero can bo 19 not posslblo to takeTo every person, Cumberland Cap. KnoxviMe, ton with apple green silk dress, worn by a lovely So sympathy or no cooperation between the sorest distress. that gold Is now going abroad in spltoof all PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Wild with enthusiasm and roso as a man a capitalist out of debt, or a salaried legislation intended to prevent It. and no ing that time, In case people declare themgold standard the Louisville and intorVCPing points. free coinage, all when Chairman Danforth stepped forward ond adocate3 of a universal "D. M, Officer or annuitant. It Is a period of loss, silver Is being coined to take lta place. Not selves In favor of and all mortgages loand blonde. made round waist, with white BeKENTUCK.Y. tho advocates of bimetallism. iMJM. foreg ond Introduced Mr. Brynn Then came a tween bimetallism whether Indeiendent dancer, lassitude of trade, fall of wares, only is gold going abroad now, but it must will bo withdrawn merely prophecies In- lace bretelles, very full on the shoulders, traitis coniiectat-4ow-''-Nclosed, ir theso are suspension of enterprise, bankruptcy and continue to go abroad as long aa the presdemonstration that far exceeded thoc that or International and tho gold standard i dulged In by those who havo forgotten thd a green velvet belt and coHar, looked so Stanford) w ith CumberlaiM '- (near disaster. It means ruin to all dealers whoso ent financial policy Is adhered to. unless wo provisions of the constitution, it will bo had followed the mention of Mr. Brjan's there is an Impassable gulf - in it foe t thus building, xS and 20 Sec debt3 aro twico their business capital, continue to borrow from ocros3 the ocean, sufficient to remind them that tho presi"MP fi .a. Aro TJioy Sincere i Kuoxville, Louisville and iutervei tuime previously In the evening. Wnue .new drucstore, 77- d though reet. less than their actual ond even then wo simply postpone the evil, dent Is empowered to convene congress In sweet and 6imple, among the figured inn u: ss.3 Ilryun Reads Ills Speech. Is this qucdricnnlal agitation In favor ol property. It means the fall of all agriculpoints. because the amount borrowed, together extraordinary session whenever the public organdies and china silks iu its immeMr. Brynn rose and stepped to tho front Internationalor bimetallism conducted In tural production without a.y great reduc- with the Interest upon It, must be repaid good requires such action. If In Novi'in-be- r Brands three grades. "We can save vou do our faith, ?"Tra ins-d- o not stop where no turns tion of taxes. What prudent man would In appreciated dollars. (HAS. HOOKER, people by their ballots declaro diate vicinity. The hat worn with this monev and center of the speaker's platform. In good to maintain tho opponents really pertho gold standard vou will a is specified. Dollars. Not Advocating rifty-Cothemselves In favor of the lmmedlato res- costume was of pure white fancy straw be glad Send us trial order, his hand ho had a manuscript copy of his manently? Are they willing to confess tho carea to build a house, a railroad, a factory I ETERINARY SURGEON, barn with this certain fact before Espe with our productstoration of bimetallism the system can bo of speech. His face was pale, but he was superiority of a doiiblG standard when or For additional information, Following In an earnest argument favorwas firm, but Joined In by tho leading nations of the him?" Bryan continued: As I have saW ing the restoration of bimetallism, Mr. inaugurated within a few months. with green tulle bunched high and full cially pleased to near trom countrv mer K. HOOD, agent at Richiwmd, or of cool and calm. Ills voice Mr. (iraJuatc Ontario Veterinary Cvlhyc loans '"rill If, however, world, or do they still Insist that gold is before, the Ealaricd cfilcer referred to must Brvan said: Perhaps the most persistent bo withdrawn tho assertion that foreclosed iu front, held by signs ot hoarseness. showed and other agents. two pearl buckles, and chants. misrepresentation that wo have to met Is 13 mado to prevent mortgages the only metal suital le for standard money be tho man whoso salary Is such political action Ros3, among clll!zed nations? If they are. In and not tho mon whose ralary for life, the charge that wo aro advocating the payWhite trrinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Sill. BRYAN'S SPEHCII. us the people may believe to be nccessvrv a large pink lose was placed at each side, dollars. At tho for the preservation of their rights, then fact, desirous of secui lug bimetallism, ment of debts In upon business 'Ill c ip stairs over New York Store, cornel Riumos-p-, K 40 Following are the most telling points in expect them to point out the evils of man describes conditions When Mr. SherVI no and 46- contraction of the currency'' present time and under present laws a silrirst streets, Richmond. and vital issue Is raised. Whenever Just back of the two roses, two green a gold standard and defend bimetallism as as disastrous to all the people except the ver dollar, when melted, loses nearly half a newnecessary for the people as a vvtolo Mr. Bryan's speech: a system. If. on tho other hand, they ara capitalist out of debt and those who stand Ha valuo. but that will not bo true when It 13obtain consent from the owners of "Bird of Paradise" plumes drooped over, Mr. Chairman, Gentlemen of the Com Who can think & r-bending their energies toward the perIt wo again establish a mint price for silver to K al W money and tho changers of money beforo at cither side. At the back were 1'ullings Wanted-f- ln mlttce and Fellow Citizens: 1 shall acii m. of some slmplo . C. JASFJZll, M. manent establishment of a gold standand leave no surplus silver upon tho marIn a position similar to his, ho Is stating n a future day and In a formal letter thing to intent? they can legiolate upon financial questions, bullion. ket to drag down the price of will be UnIs now tendered ard under cover of a declaration In favor of truth W hlch must bo apparent to every percept the nomination which Protect your from a democracy Medicine ami Surgery. worth wo plutocracy.passed that tlmo has not ot tulle anil pink roses enough to trim Write JOHN Ideas: they may& brln? you wealth. der bimetallism silver bullionas gold bullion to ashall havo AttorCO, by thi notification committee, and I shall International bimetallism, I am Justified son who will give tho matter careful conBut W'asMnj-WIn suggesting that honest money cannot much as Bllver coin. Just Issues preXliif Collins Huildiim, Main Street. t. C. for tbeir Jl.a prize time "via at that by the touch uponItthe fitting, how- be expected at tho hands of those who deal sideration. Mr. Sherman was at that Umo as now worth as much as gold coin, and wo yet arrived, inrcais ana intimiuation 1778, an ordinary hat. A white chiffon par- neys,list ot two hundred Inventions wanted. oiler Is and Is platform. speaking of tho contraction of the volsented no avail. Tho peoplo who. In 1 irphoue bo of at residence (the Carr place) on ever, that at this time, tn tho nrescne ol dlsboneotly with the Amerlcah people. believe that a silver dollar will be Worth as rejected tho doctrine that kings rulo by asol and long w hite gloves, completed ume of paper currency, but tho prlhclplo Uroudway. HE PATS THE". speak at Test of Jloncsry In Money. Which ho sot forth applies, If there Is li much as a gold dollar. those here assembled, 1 campaign some right dlvlno will not, in this generation, the lovely assembly. ability upon Kentucky Fair Dales. the Those who Ueny tho Kentucky. lencth In regard toentering. Wo do Kit iDtoM), --- --stahdard a doctrino that money is omsubscribo Tho test of honesty not must bo plainly found In memey, he said, contraction of the volume of State!) to malnjaln tho parity between gold nipotent. to which we are now money of tho World. CVPES underestimate tho forces arrayed against power of the dollar. An in tho purchasing and silver at tho present legal ratio withThe following arc the dates for holding absolutely honest Blaine's View. out foreign aid. point to Mexico, and assort Not Opposed to International Agreemtnt. us. nor are we unmindful of the Importance dollar w ould not ary In I tsgenernl purchas-are very fluffy this season, paobably the Kentucky lairs this year so far as reengaged; ing power: It would bo absolutely Concluding with a reference to interna Mr. Blalno discussed the fenmc principle that tho opening of our mints will reduce DR. O. A. KENNEDY, of the struggle in w Ich we arethe rightupon but. relyl-- B for success we shall defend when measured by average prlce-s- . A stable In connection with the demonetization ol us to a Sliver uasis uru ruiae ku.u iv u tional bimetallism, Mr. Bryan said: Wo as rivals to hats and sleeves, and a par- ported to this office. Secretaries, or . . . YOD PAY FOR THE . . . dollar Speaking In the house eousness of our cause, are not opposed to on International agreepremium. It Is no reflection uon our sis-tPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, which Increases In purchasing power 14 silver. en the 7th of February, of representw 1th all possible vls.r tho positions taken 1!"S. he said: atives repubtlc to remind our people that the ment looking to the restoration of bluet-tllls- ticularly handsome one of stiff ecru lace Otlter officers will please advise us of any dollar Just as dishonest as a power. which tie surprised that We are throughout the world. The adro-catthis United States Is much greater than Mexico "I bellcvS tho struggle now golng-cnlU tiMosii, Kentucky. by our party. opponents. not the uboerco of creases in putchasing It rnhnqt country hnd other countries for a single In area. In population and tn commercial In come of our of free colnago have on all occa- encrusted w ith gilt spangles over chang- errors or omissions in the list: Iks that monometalresort to abuslvo better argument,may rest assured thatepi- lismruccessfully claimed any other system, gold standard would. It successful, produqc strength It is ab3urd to usert that tho sions shown their willingness to cooper- eable silk, has a border (below the lace) or bimetallism, or no Lawrenceburg, August 184 days. thets, but they widespread disaster In and throughout tho United States Is not abis to do anything ate with other nations in the reinstate' mce in Smith Kuiiding, No 304 Main Street, n ment of silver, but they aro not willing- - to of alternate rosettes of white chiffon aud lanruage, however Alolcnt. no Invective, elves an absolutely Just ntandard of valti?.' commercial world. The destruction of sil- which Mexico has failed to accomplish. Haiti (I5ce hours .2 to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. Under both monometallism and bimetalVersailles, Aug. 113 days. NO. 8 SECOND STREET, however vehement, will lead us to depart lism the go ernment fixes the weight and ver as money, and the establishing of gold The one thing necessary in order to await tho pleasure of other governments brown ribbon striped with green, the a single hair's breadth from tho course flnehess of tho dollar, invests it with legnl as the sole unit of valuo must have a ru'n-ou- s matntali) tho parity Is to furnish a demand vhon lmmedlato relief is needed by Springfield, Aug 203 days. RIGHMQflB, KY. eople of tho United States, and they f mnrknl out bv the national convention. tender qualities, and then opens the mints Phone. No. 3. effect on all forms of property, except great enough to utilize all the silver which ML JOHN M. FOSTER, off era front, closed under the cape by small believe that independent action blmct-QllsThe citizen, cither public or private, who to its unrestricted coinage, leaving the purLebanon, Aug. 253 days. those Invested which yield a fixed return vvfll como to the mints. That Mexico failed assurance of International assails tho character and questions tho chasing power of tho dollar to be deterIn money. These would be enormously enitter than servile dependence upon for- Rhine stone buttons, was embroidered do this is not proof that tho United to KeNTCC Shelby ville, Aug. 25 1 days. He 1IMO.NL), tho patriotism of tho delegates assembled in mined by the number of dollars. Bimetalhanced in valuo and would gain a dispro8tatts would also fall. In responso to has eign aid. PeiNonal. in green and brown silk, and designed the Chicago convention assails the characlism is better than monometallism, not portionate and unfair advantage over nrgument that Improved machinery Mr. Madisonvillo, Anirnst 204 days. milnations to any Wo shall ter and questions tho patriotism of the lessened the glvea us Fkke i page mtilw I reference buofc mr delithntls, pvcry other species of property." of Invct-men- ts Bryan said itcost ol producing silver. same we declaro not offend ofothor Americanwren as a genuine protection. The neck was peotho say that tho the right have arrayed themselves under because Itabsolutelya perfect dollar lt3 genlions who sufficed to days. LaGrange, Sept. Is It strange that the "holders person aflhvteJ with any pi.uil, cnre-nia dollar unvarying In 1 'cphone at office and residence. Ailer-.-- . without let finished by ecrne lace to govern the the banner there raised. disease peculiar tu their sex which yield a fixed return In monev" is true of tho production of gold, and not- ple hindronco themselves, and,decide purchasing power but becauso It cate eral combined with days. Bardstowu, Sept. from without, withuion withstanding that gold has risen in value. cr leading physicians anil Mir eons of the "Juliet Platform Nov a Tllcnncc makes a nearer approach to stability, to run rctmril the destruction of silver hold every question presented for their considgreen and browtr chiffon, in high, full Ur.IIathawayA Co., 79 Dearborn stMet. complacency? May we net expect the Slates, a Arguments Against Silver Answered. days. Paris, Sept. W. CVANS. M.jD., It has been charged by men standing honesty, to Justice, than 1873,gold standard eration. In taking thla position, wo simPrior to Chtcau. A wool suit is an essential ruchings. hlch In business and political circles that possibly can. open mints to when there ers or otner rorms 01 property icproiesi He replied In detail to numerous argu- ply maintain tho dignity cf 70.000.ttO r-to money days. vcro enough "Williamsburg, Sept. permit all against giving advantage-ove- ra "disproportionhe r nono in their against silver. If it is asserted, inplatform 13 a menace to private se- the gold end silver available for coinago our ments who aro second to ovcry-othcate ard unfair in all traveling outfits, and m view of curity and public safety; and It has been to find entrance Into the "orld'fl volume species of property?" If thtJ relatively ff w said, that the free coinage of silver is capacity for Elizabeth town, Sept. S 1 days. asserted that those whom I ha e tho honor, of Htandard money, the United States tended only for the benefit of tho mine The gold standard has compelled tho whose wealth .consists largclv'tn tljred PlIYMClAN AND SuncnoN, Ewing, Sept. 0 1 davs. owners, It must bo remembered that i rce .American people to pay an ever Increasing summer show era, or rainy days, those for the time belnc, to represent, not only might have maintained a gold standard have a right to use the ballot to coinage cannot restore to tho mlno owners mcdltato an attach upon tho rights of tribute to tho creditor nations of tho world. who are experienced in such matters, less to the people of the value of Franklin, Sept. 14 5 days. K, 1 I1MONI). - Kentucky no ono Cares to defend. property, but are tho foc3. both of social with but Injury when each step this coun- a enhanco the rest of the their Investments, any more than demonetization took away; n tribute which try, people the right to now. have not toward that tho order and national honor. gold protect themselves from and. it must also be remembered sliver has I assert that national honor requires tho alnajs use the Duxbak Rainproof BindHorse Cave, Sept. 15 I days. uio the ballot toconsequences upon the Chicago plat- universal powerstandard enhances the purof all Justice Those who stand chasing of gold, depresses prices tho disastrous of a rising1 loss which the demonetization is insignifi- United States to securo Justice for all lta ing for the skirt which 'turns tho water to it a form aro prepared to make known and to as well as do Eminence, Sept. 1(54 days. brousht to the mlno owners citizens DR. T. J. TAYLOR, defend every motive which inrtuences ft'id transfers to the pockctoof the ct editor standard? cant compared to tho loss which this poli creditors For a peoplo llko ours; (as the nainu indicates) never loses its Faducah, Sept 224 days. Dollars That Grow Not Wanted. If you want the best Washing Macy has brougnt to tno rest oiuiu ycup.c--. with natural resources of surpassing richthem, every purpose which animates them fUss an t.ncarned increment, the Irflucnce Pradilitmer in ilediciiie and Surgery, and every hope which Inspires them. They of this great nation must be thrown upon What shall It profit us to havo a dollar The restoration of silver will bring to tho ness, to proclaim themselves Impotent 10 color, and lasts as only one of the "S. II. Glasgow, Sept. 30 1 days. chine that Onuile, one that a child system suited, to their ct genius of our institutions, the side cf gold unless wo are prepared to which grows more valuable every day. Jf people generally many times aa much adthe frnmo a financial Kentucky understandstaunch supporters or the form accept KirilMONO 51." brands can do. they aro vantage ns tho mlno owners can obtain own needs, is humiliating beyond the pow or such a dollar lbwcrs the standard of civOwensboro, October 5 5 days. can operate, call on, or address. Wo cannot we live and quences the natural and legitimate conseIs not tho purpose of free of goernment under which ilization and brings distress to the people? from it. While It of languago to describe. of such an act. Any loglskiUon Germautovvn, Oct. 7 1 days respect for our foreign policy so long COOL EVENINGS ItlUN'G OUT RICH thev build their faith upon foundations which lessens the world's atoel: of standWhat shall It profit ua if, in trjlng'to ralso coinage to specially aid any particularciass, Oil and residence ou Tlilnl blrcrt. Cuts. Wallec, our credit by Increasing the purchasing yet thoso who believe that the restoration as we confess ourselves unable to fratno laid by the fathers. Andrew Jackson has ard mo.iry Increases the exchangeable Greenville, Oct. 144 power Of ono dollar, we destroy our ability of silver 13 needed by tho whole peoplo our own financial policy. stated, with admirable clearness nr.d with value of the dollar; therefore, the crusade Richmond, Ky. an emphasis which cannot be surpassed, against silver must incvt.ably raise tho to pay tho debts already contracted by low- should not bo deterred becauto an inciAppeal to Cltircns. A us 19 3 days. SEX7AL SUIiaEEY. mine owner. both the duty and sphere of government, purchasing power cf money and lower tho ering the purchasing power of tho proddental benefit will come to thedeepening have trove' ed and since the coronation of the Czar, the ESTAgents wanted. of New York: Citizens of Campbelloville Aug 11, 4 days ucts with which these' debts must bo paid? Tho erection of forts, the lie said: morey valuo of all other forms of propcontinent "Distinctions In society will nlways exist harbors, tho Improvement of rivers, the from the center of thetho very beginning of general popularity of velvet has Kreatly y. WiU No Tns-e.- r Bo Borrowers. that I might inyou greeting from tho. increased. under every lust government. Equality of er SMITH, erection of public buildings all theso conDR. A. WILKJES A beautiful forest green Our opponents sometimes admit that it If it Is asserted, as it constantly Is as- fer Incidental benefits upon and the campaign bring talents, of education or of wealth cannot and ossttro .liver, but serted, that the gold standard will enable nnmntitniiitfi nrul vet these Individuals bcn- - people of the west and south destroy, mistake to Incldontal bo produced bv human Institutions. In the was athat we shoulddemonetizepresent contut vclutina coptutnc worn by a young soyou that their desire is not to submit to insist DENTAL SURGEON, us to borrow more money from abroad, I cflts do not deter ua from making appropriyou to acctpt ciety matron, attracting full enjoyment of the gifts of Heaven .and ditions rather than return to tho bimetallic that attention even HV i KJ iB i such lo build tip. They Invito Ba i B Hd i : i iaiV rather than Kentucki the fruits of superior Industry, economy system. They err in supposing that wo replyrestoro tho restoration of bimetallism ations for these purposes wheneverpublic the principles of a living faithgospel of Richmond, will the parity between money ond appropriations are necessary for the and virtue, evtrj' man is equally entitled have reached tho end of tho evil rcsutts who teach, the here, from the lovely shade and richness listen to those property ond thus permit an era of YOU by law' to protection and advtso enduranco of the H'ls of a gold standard: We have not reached which will enable tho American peo-pl- o " advocates Debtor Should llavo tho Option, Must PrevnIL the end. The Injury Is a continuing one, THE INSTANT RELIEF T0U 0ETFRBH lou have. Tho striving to of free colnago of tiie fabrick, second only to tho perto become lcanera of money Instead OrriCK Smith building. Main Street. Offici secure the of perpetual borrowers. Wo yield to none In our devotion to tho and no-- person can say how long the world If there aro two kinds of money the op- believe that in sonal beauty of the wearer. Theskirt was hocrs, guxi to 1 M ; 1:00 to 4 I. M. n is to sutler from the uttempt to zsako gold tion must rest cither with the debtor or laboring restoration ot bimetallism they aro doctrine Just enunciated.- - Our campaLrn What Free Colnajro Means. 'Practice limited to deutistrv. Assuming' that their in your behalf a3 well a3 in thitlr plain, and not extremely wide, with only standard money. The samo inwith tho creditor. must look at the interhas not for Its object the reconstruction the of jour people may own behalf. A few As against the maintenance or a gold rights are equal, wo fluences which aro now operating to desociety. We cannot Insure to thevlclous of prosper under present conditions, but too short basque lined with pals pink silk; or until other either general In order to tho fruits of a virtuous life We would not stroy silver In tho United States vUU, It standard, con bo permanentlyIts overthrow, ests of society inside the option shoulddepermanent welfare of New York rests upsn united for nations against to which Invade the homo of the provident in order successful here. Iks turned each rcwother tho Chicago platform presents a'clcar and termine Under the bimetallic system bo tho producers ot wealth. This great city pink chiffon front, epaulets of VeneJ. A. YATKS. J c MOECAK. congiven. countries, and the wants of tho spendtht ift; we slit cr using gold to " den-an- u emphatic at for' the immediate and silver aro linked together by lawown-a Is built upon tho commerce of standard will add to tl,e restoration of do not propose to transfer the rewards of vert to the JIORG AN & YATES, and must suffer if that commerce Is Un- tian lace over the sleeves, and two side .the.freo fixed ratio, and any person or persons scramble age of sliver and gold and unlimited coinIndustry to the lap of indolence. Property general distress. So lc ng as thoran, cannot sell abtho present legal ing any quantity of cither metal can have paired, You with which unlcs3 tho peoplo pi.'ces, shaped like pocketllaps, attached ana a Is ond will remain the stimulus to endeavor for geld continues, prices must DENTISTS, to buy. and thiy CUR ES Colic. Cramps, Durrho-a- , Flux. Cholera waiting the same converted into full legal tender. have money ratio of sixteen to one, without Morbus, "tfausea. Changes o( Water, etc, tho compensation for toll. We believe, general fall in prices Is but another definifor tho aid cr consent of any other nation. If tho creditor has tho right to choose cannot obtain tho money with which Ho to the basque at either side of the front. Kentucky. andasserted in the declaration of Independ- tion of hard times. KlCHMOND, as their prodH EALS Cuts, Barns, Bruises. Scutches, Bites of We uru that a cow experiment tho metal in which payment shall beinadc. buy unless they are ablo to sell Froducttui equal: but Cur opponents, while claiming entire ence, that all mtn are created If hats become much larger, the space Animals. Serpents, Bugs, etc 00 trieu; wo are insisting upoir a return It la rcasonablo to suppose that he will ucts at remunerative prices. exchange for themselves, have aplot that docs not mean that all men are cr to a financial policy approved by. the exBREAKS require tho debtor to pay In tho dearer of wealth goes beforo the OrncE Main Street, over Madison Natioea! can !x equal In possessions. In ability or pealed to tho celfirhness cf ncorly every Sore Throat, etc perience of history and .supported by all metal if there 13 any perceptible difference wealth; thoso who creato roust secure ;a occupied by the fashionable woman, will of society. BeccjTHzlng the dlsponl-tlollanV merit: it simply means officials shall not, class of tho individual votomtoccrs'c'crlhon tho prominent statesmen of our nation between the bullion values of the metals. profit beforo they havo anything to share Ije a matter of consideration. Soma hats good, does good every timk. to Join Jn making, constructing or enforcing th others. You Good, from tho days ot tho first president down This Hew demand created for the dcaVur withmoney changers cannot afford a finanSmellsErcrrwaenj at 25c anc &oc rer uotne. no aeiict. ns ray. ctT ct rf any propose.! l"Bie'3tir"l upon hlm-rl- f supporting 1S75. law. discriminate between citizens. . Sold metal will make tLe vc prcsorit tooutlt-c- American people tho toWhen we ask that our mint3 be opened to whllo tho decreasedthat metal dearer still tbo policy which, byindestroying tho pur- are tilted far over the forehead, as a conas "24 boulft. tvra sal oacasU tnc- Sue l e fut-io- s ocmand for the,r cheaper cial Safo in tho People's Hands. d Jn tho Chicago policy chasing power of the products of toil, must sequence of theflowersatthoback.w-hfcSPRINGFIELD, O. of stiver tutu. and HERB MEDICINE CO." tuai tho debtor property rights, as well as plctf rm, believing that it will result in tno the free legal unlimited colnacoare simply. metal will maK hand, moia.cnca-j-.-1 assert that in tho end discourage tho creation lof in their turn forco the hair- - very Iqvv money wo lender into full It on the other j the rights Of persons, aro safo iu the hands (vatcst good to the grfattct number. to suppoio that, EEU11JUL2XZ: asking that the .same-min- t privileges oc acthe option, it lsicasonablo metal Irene may wealth X expect your cooperation. ItjJs I ask, Why Fnrjru-r- s Oppose Gold ttandard. corded to silverxJhat aro now .accorded ho will pay In the cheaper o't the netk- - "Wide taff-e'truo that E financiers would d' wn. of the common people. AbrahrmIn I.lrcoln.r. .When wo ask thafthls coinage be bo perceptibly cheaper than tho other, bur fashion a a fewfigure a figure represest-In- g Tho farmers aro opposed to the gold new message m nt to congrcs' Deerm-bexihboti lno'.s, in clttstern at the bides simply tho demand thus ercated for the chcapcr in his to one wo Columbia, her hands bound fast wi3i 1W1, said: "I'o mm Iivb.g are more nta'idard because thc have felt its effects. ot tho ratio of sixteen and tho standard metal will raise lt3 price, while tho lessened ask that our gold "olns U'nco they sell at whclesale and buy at reMain. St-?gold and towa.d .7orth to be trusted than these who toll tail, they havo !o3t maro than they have eilver dollar which, be It remembered, demand for the dcurer metal will lower its fcttera of appealing her faco turned to t hoi to with tulle at tho center, and ribbon bI the east, for assistance up frcm poverty, none less inclined to take Tjaincd by falling same amount of pure silver price. Opposite Glyndon.) and, besides this, contains tho who 11 vo beyond tho sea but thla flgtno the Parisian hat. displayed here by an they have notliun-estl- y they have found that certain fixed charges ns tho first silver dollar coined at our cr touch aught Ivhich his language with In other words, when the creditor has n. your idea of jcpeat earned." tho. option. the.rcetaH arevdraVni apart; can never express havo Country Produce Bought and unqualified approval, and Join with Jum been not fallen at all. Taxc3 havo not snlnts retain their present weight and, whereas, when tho debtor has tho optisti, to You- willstatuo turn guards this en- extreme fashiouist. Stylish coiffeurs, for Inspiration rather - bi- tho metals aro held together approximatedecreased, although It fineness. perceptibly which tho heroic the ftk , arc low and vpry broad,, fluffy hair stand I! "fir" MASUFACTUKEK ASD DEALER which ho added, namely. rtsqulrc3 now than Tho city a by lav; provided Sold. Highest Cash Market in the warning of surrendering a polit- formerly more of farm productswith which metallictheoreticalis advantagatof vtho sy3tcm "Bet. lhem beware bett otated;by uKuro ly at tho ratio fixedsumcient to absorb the trance, to your as it Is statue aa patriot o ing. out attheside?, and tho Pompadour In ronrentlnn lo secure tho money colossal tn nrovKir- JyP.0.-S'i:-?i 13 all tions: on political economy, who demand created ical power which they to pay taxes. Debts havo not fallen. The pean writer following illustration : A river of both mttal3 preaentcdnit the mint, Scr it was the gracious gift of wm-j- i Price Paid. roll is affected by all wiio can stan'd tbti suggests the which power, if surrendered, advancement upon a peuesiai Amerieu Mub!& rcpuunc anu farmer who owed H.003 Is still compelled forrfgn to close the doors of pay J1.000, although it may bo twice as fed from two sources is moro, uniform In clety 1st therefore, interested tn having wa3 built bysianus to tho American people, Thiit ordeal an-- a good many "who cannot by the " V", difficult as formeriy to obtain tho dollars volumo than a river fed'trora one source the option exercised,deotor debtor, ns tney, mm ju ajrainst such figure Liberty enlightening tho world--- Is to choose tbe Tho Tight of the aSilltles and burdens" upotvthom, till dal y with which to pay tho debt. Railroad the reason being tho V o r o n a" G I a r 'k c. emblematic of tho mission ot our AND GR5NITE MONUMENTS, who liberty shall 1 lost." Those sweat of thy rates havo not been reduced to keep paco fcedcra is swollen tho other may" bo low; coin In which payment nhall.bu made ei' among other nations .of' the earth. ratlin Wljfe' the whereas, a river "which has but one feeder tends to obll:-ati-- as to duo Iron the govern a government., which, derives its powei-- a fellow the injunction: "In are now- - as the with falling prices, and, besides thesO must rise, or ftll with that feeder. So. In ment as, well, In bread." Tombs, Tablets 03 face shalt thou eatthe bulwarfc-O- f law pnd items, there aro Itmany more. more difficult tho ca3o of bimetallism, the volume or dividuals.. -- A. Koveinrootit obligation Is from the consent of the govcrnedsec'ina The farmer have ever been, lo all tne pcopio ireeuom or conscience,' Samuel McCulIis, a. desperate- - cliaracfer r thus found moro and nation's greatness order the source, ot our surest def enderoin haslive lias ho not a Just complaint against metallic money receives contributions rrom simply aJdebt duefromcall thu people to I iroeuen- - 01 uroutui wmiiraunfuioin.), to loth tho Gold mines and tho silver mines, one of tne acopiex ami n w impossible to In time of peace, and Its uw tustlfv tho cold standard? "" Hb-jIBI nrtvllpn-eand therefore varies less; and tho dollaro of, the n noilev which makes tJui inferos ; uuii..in.w .i.w to nonethe United Statt-- !. wlio tried tojkill C- - Leiater, 0J.1gili.1n, Ga. nino Etc who holds'tne oblica JJad for tho Wago-Iijrno- r. UBu"tf haavo only read a partf Jackson's b resting upon two metals 'ia less change-abltn all that Us good nsa wa&lake'n from jail and shut te death Uy Hon KUnertor to the richts of the many should lo Jin W MpT. rareyou his . '.' havo been injured by a nlrtt.lnovprv movement, wakr' In Its purchasing power than the dol- ' who must he taxMo pay Tho utterance let me giveundertakeconclusion. gold prior n, tarlinT. n'JiWt the uriltftlac- - of tbe hi.- " to add to Son standard and havo cxrrcsscd them- lar which rests on one metal nly. mobn "But when tho laws to it.i. Hirer wu at-- a,.Breii--u-u. Wd&k -.iwaa inun rnn.iti antcaart-flcla-- , tho subject with frrcat Just race Ir, thoso natural and to grant titles, Era1"1 l selves upon February. 1SS3. a petition ask- Actual Necessity Tor Himotajllem. never contended that natianarhonor rec mmmm Tn "r'.Tnr distinctions sT8.n Kotiacd.- j. Ik . quired the payment-- of There U an for ; mk(uK-itbprivileges to make the intr lor tho lmmedlato restoration of tho lism, said Idr. actual necessity as a bimetal"Whiskey Gov. Btoner at t'uo conclufln,turied,3a thcoret-trties ond exclusive potent more pf Tvcrful and in Jlvcr, In'. the Matthew-.Bryan, 11s well lnst"iA-vcarcoinage nilnntml ilpfmtso nt it. rviirlntr th.i free and unlimited ono was of gold and tho rich richer and tho toncrBM in"l$7!. ex iln, Artluil bewail, tbe signed by sj J aniKy, mr peri.ujoi at sixteenMo the humble members of society the farmaEsarteeiiUte ight cf .the United- - candidate. nal tn u.fcw,wor-- i tormaHj fe bsrbeen creatine CJ1 ultitllonal pressly to ers, mechanics WKl.the day laborcrs-w- hO of representatives f. alitor nearly nil, of tho demand fciuold.' and this to any pari of yetii ooligaucps 11 etanu- - Ullcu lirA;or de Elates j V in jisr haver neither the' time nor lcadhiS labor organisations andirrcsintcd mand lias resulted la we pur- nra sine r uciiors as wen as inwgoiu com "Waga-earner- a - congress. respcwrdcitilfrlcay. iaccapling the lioncitv; lioovr that chasing power cf each ouisco of koIJJ aw i -jtmtnfm r iifavors for thcnlves. eertirlng like tom uw tan--.fin To complain of tho lnjustico-c- f their Wiile. a gokl efar.aard raised thCtiHirchafa'-I- bb , c V I Vv-- ; If 5 r At thesoaelitWn of hiti,nark"rthemec bimetallism in' the United i . j B.. tiw " i: Ti. , 7t s power of, tho" dollar, ifalsofmakes ir government.." T)tose.-h. George Thorpe, gold Just so o obtlRpossc9e'ioncof tho much of UapurcbaalnE ptatrorta. lmtorscs all the QtMtatkM Titore.dlBacult UirHe4 BtatPg thr of.. ua uc .auaj-part a,-eU,- a lviiH-en- t e iw - i aucfin w tite. :n renMnfLag to ta Utter Vctao-rtbao-fromittswa-jpfcrl-- jr bv Tr,", 'to it by t 4tenwBtizni'on !te Second Street, between '"Kkin ' ' ;in Hither ' aauaeaaan ( MKMmXim&m ;aHyU'AolUr4-i, rui ft" In Mi thoUnfto3 " 1 aflhrer rair.nf TMIliuefastS , IMlldilllr, taw or ttoietu .ax um Ufiiaai"ii. us ntt-- i Itu hmniui1 aUBatt "MP tti Jmm O taTJ QL hKttoa SPLv dMackafo'pwwfcfly life djrir.tli. blliuut sufleiciK, victims rf fcrr aud ague, Xhn tnercuru) cli-ir-- fol api-tlit- lh! mts mm. Their '-H -- - -mJfSe - M..'J ed o vi-f- The :oyai - nn tt AB&O&ircE&Y PURE Bakin Powder rji '-11 t' 1 , tal-nrl- . IteE mi, Flj Screens, Poultry Netting, I !or . Is ."I X AND EVERYTHING ELSE rw 11 ac-ci- ts IN OUE LINE NEEDED panic-stricke- 1 X IN SUMMElt w -- ... 1 -- Iioclcelforci 8 entry, A - Oji-peopl- 1 4JirHJULU&& Oint-nen- t. ter-rv)- le nrr Hi il iJLiii - MID-DV- DKE-SbE- geld-standa- nt nt L. & M. K K New Preventive! n. hand-pickin- n 3 o repro-cvntp- rt WiiH-hesU- nt 1- -1- y. " ll j -- I m tho-vas- r und-4)lac- nt sl-f- ts UPPLY THE TRADE J,- t I 6- Out-yoin- money-changin- Saiti-"Tht- J c., U"ii!-oin- g ex-Lt- i fa onc-thlr- flltt m I" ud Out-goin- 60-sl- rc nt iir-uir- o s 0 -- 'IT D Idea jt ....... -- mi ... ... FREIGHT, DRINKS. or m cs ur-h- er pS- - , m - r ns 13 15 23 23 -- Unlipp! blt SfATE-KIA- L, days-Libert- y, r ... to-the sna-boa- rd ,3 rrssTsssrncssssTTXsxriixxssssssisi, -- LIi- - T --- -Bvv B -KA -- -H ---IW - n J- lc-s- pros-1-cr- ity IT TICKLES Frf Rv?wir3rr&ii7.it ld the-natio- -- not-aski- tastes J.H.NEFF&CO. h U m rr-cc- s, nU-tio- - Madison Monumental Works. wBBffiS'fnMs ft & . ? -- that-whenon- &W!m gggS - ud - - - yBI EHH a .JI Wm cn-e- i-i wage-earne- rs cm-ni,n- d. -- ev-wnae- obli-t-atfo- ns S' sS? 1 bU-v- cr nl repo-lnM- i '.TM it - vic&'jMri-aUeittB- -- W7 j lavv-e.rcat-cd tin-ice-- biaem:: oetahtto , - $88 'rv ii a- - o CW-cai- -o St-ile- t po-w- V' RJr BMHITIW. Q'lBii)rtie -- lM JM 71 'Ji is"" -- V&S&S3MEZZ. jvr 4 u AH4' - &3iLm jSl. r.e :, nr'L "s o-i- work a sfsuiami tvrfcdvexed . tHSaBI - 'TAnUUn uc -- aiBui or-uo- rc-'e- r 5 Au ,rmA MWWtMPMHi3ElMiPJBHBBBHBBBI ;.i'aig..ff'pW"Hgjln iU J fr u -- if v. it - Bl if 'I 31 i "22r- .S ? Pir ii ;& .4 ' "i 45 ies-- .? Jt; D (. S T ''3 '1 4 n-v- 7 f never fight in cause po traitorous and ignoble, but like all honest men and true Democrats will vote for Bryan and" Sew-alIt would bo a pity indeed, if hitherto Democrats should be deceived by the leaders of this new movement. The leaders themselves will never vote for the Boltocratic ticket. They will vote for McKinley. But knowing that Democratic principles are so deeply imbeded in the hearts of the dissatisfied wing of Democracy that they would never follow them into the McKinley camp, they present them another ticket which they ask them to support while the leaders support McKinley. The object is plain. Know h g that the best element of the l. 3 &3P trM 1 5" if - ifl!f"P 4 J , " . 1, J "3T iU'. "f v,. . - -- 3r--.' If: I . KI -- " n. ' -- 4 f: a pm s- - V - - ' - o THE CLIMAX. PUBLISHED XYKKT WEDNESDAY BT BLISTERS CARLISLE AND THE SENATE. LOGIC. The New York "World chastises the Secretary of the Treasury and mild "way: The Climax Printing Co. thb Senate in nothe shameless specIn the Senate tacle was presented of the Sugar PRICE P22R YT5AR, $1.50. Trust using distinguished DemocratIN ADVANCE, $1.25 ic Senators as its agents and attorneys, and through them dictating, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19. - - 1S9G. schedules that enabled it o rob the Treasury of fifty millions of needed revenue, while the Secretary of the ADVTSTISX2T& SATES. Treasury stood by actively abetting the plot and venal Senators speculated through Wall street brokers SPACE. in the results of their own legislative action. ilnch 3 Inches. a Inches 4 5 Some timijs ideas come from persons whom you would least expect to possess such gems. On'last Monday the editor was talking with a colored man at Foxtown. He said : race are very anxious to stand by the Republican party, but "this money question has dissatisfied many of them. If we have a gold standard as announced by the Republican party, it, or something else, has brought very hard times. We never heard of a gold standard or fifty-ce"-- 21oo4 means sound health. With pan, rich, healthy blood, the stomach and digestive organs will be viKoroita, aad there will be no dyspepsia. Bhenmatism and Neuralgia will be unknown. Scrofula and Bait Rheum will disappear. With pore Pure nt dollars until within the past K'oI KCoI JCol CoI Inches Inches I CO I 7S a So 3 5 4 Jl550 SS 5 700 3 5o 3 JO 4 S SO CO I 700 CO 300 6 00 10 6 00 6 00 9 00 8oo 11 00 10 00 IS ool 5 7 50 9 CO 13 00 7 75 31 SOl 33 CO 34 37 oc 40 37 00 4000 60 34 50 50 00 So 43 on 6000) 200 12 on 5 00 18 CO $13 OO II 17 so 13 00 33 35 19 CO 3875 So 00 00 00 00 VReading notices 10 cents a line for first Insertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion' Obituaries, resolutions of repeet and similar matter at half rates. No specified position. Threats and intimidation will be of no avail. Tlio people who in 177G rejected the doctrine thai kings rule by right divine will not in ihis generation subscribe to a doctrine that money is omnipo tent Bryan's N. Y. speech. JOSIAH PATTERSON IN LINE. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE rilE&IDEKT, AUTHUR SEWELL, of Maine. FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF AITEALS. W. S. PRYOR, of Henry County. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- FOR COXGRESsS. PhyorFoiiek, of Shelby count', is a candidate for Congress, to represent the Sth district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Toitx B. Thompson", of Mercer, isa candidate for Coneress, to represent the Sth l?jstrict, Eubject to the action of the Dem ocratic party. guarantee that the Republican party will not mean in the future all that it has meant in the past. As much as I deplore the action of the Chicago convention,! will not bolt or abandon the Democratic party. My traditions and associations are all with it, and I remain a Democrat. I shall continue to espouse the cause of sound money and sound Democracy in the councils of the party. If I cannot correct abuses there I am powerless to correct them elsewhere." "We Many will recall the able congressman from Memphis, who made a sound money speech at the courthouse in Richmond some weeks ago. Mr. Patterson takes the correct view of the situation, as his remarks here subjoined will show: can! "I have read Andrew D. "White's letter addressed to myself and other A few of our fianciers would Democrats. My answer is I have no fashion a new figure a figure rep- two years. They tell us now that all money, both paper and stiver, is redeemable in gold, and we think that anything that calls for gold on demand is just as hard to get hold of as gold, and wo negroes know that gold is powerfully hard to get." He said further that "two of his neighbors had rented corn land and promised inoncy rent. They had raised fine crops but could not sell the corn for enough to pay the promised money rent. They were willing to give up the entire crop and loose their labor if the parties from whom thoy rented would give up their note." He says white folks may have known it but negroes never heard of a gold htandard Jor they would not have promised so much." Beat him for conclusions if you dis8alicfied Democrats would vote for Bryan in preference to McKinley, they hope to win away this support from Bryan by means of this new movement. Such a ticket and such leaders are unworthy thesupport of honest men, and I do not believe that any man who believes in justice, honesty and honor, wili strengthen by his voice or vote such a contemptible movement, Your nerves will be strong, and your sleep sound, sweet and refreshing. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood. That is why it cures so many dlseaser. That is why so many thousands take It to cure disease, retain good health, prevent sickness and suffering. Remember Blood One True Blood Purifier. CMro 1 VALLEY VIEW. Miss Mary P Singleton, of Versailles, is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. II. II. Poston. Miss Fanny Newby visited at Nicho-lasvillast Friday. Misses Fannie and Marietta Burrus, of Nicholasville, are visiting relatives near here, the family of J. G. Burrus. Miss Emma Burton, of Winchester, is visiting the family of Mrs. Johnson. G. W. Hutchison and wife are visiting the family of T, B. Spurlock. The supper for the benefit of the church Saturday night was largely attended. The gross proceeds amounted to 554. II. II. Poston and Travis Dunn made a flying trip to Richmond Sunday on their le ft Is the Hood's Sarsaparilla per bottle. to Uver u ., S FlIIS take, easy toHis; easy35c operate. nOOCl Ex-Audit- ok Norman is sued for by the State for funds appropriated fraudently. $30,000 CLEVELAND DID IT. resenting Columbia, her hands bound fast with fetters of gold and her face turned toward the East appealing for assistance to those who live beyond the sea, but this figure can never express your idea of this nation. Bryan's N. "Y. "bikes." speech. Mrs, R.ilph Flynn A FLOOD AND is Ford. A DROUTH. When this Administration began, all the reins of power were in its hands the reins of government as well as the reins of party direction. 'Mr. Cleveland was not only President: he was the enthusiastically chosen champion of his party, its absolutely trusted head, its Moses, who had assumed the task of leading the people out of the wilderness of plutocracy, plunder by taxation, class legislation, trust extortion and government by corporate influence. The people bad given him a Congress Denocratic in both branches with which to carry out visiting friends at the reforms promised by Democracy and by himself. How did he use his great MADE. I might die from my wound, or be massacred by tho Indians." And well he titled 'A Biography af the late Elder might haye been apprehensive, for not titled " A Biography of tho !ato Elder General Proctor the British T,iomas P. Dudley." The incidents were withstanding commander, had pledged his honor in gathered by Elder J. Taylor Moore, of of capitulation that the lives Georgetown, from an intimate acquaint- the terms and private ptopertv of the American ance and companionship with him as an' soldiers should be respected, he marched otdained assistant in the churches he off with his Biltish soldiers, leaving served so long and acceptably. The bioghis prisoners in the care of a depleted rapher starts out by saying : guard exposed to all the cruelties of his " According to the family register. nlerciless savage allies, who scalped the Elder Thomas Parker Dudley was born dead, butchered the wounded, tomahawk in Fayetto Co'., Kentucky, May 31st 1792., ed the living, or reserved them to be He was the eon of Elder Ambr.rseDud'ey roasted at the stake. Few of them lived who emigrated to Kentucky from Virgiexchanged. " nia in spring of 178G. Settling about six to be , Elder Dudley was among few survivors miles east of Lexington, where he raised of memorable massacre, and says: a famly of II sons and three daughters, "In the month of June I was exchang than whom perhaps none stood higher ed and the war continuing I had made in socially, morally or intellectually. The Canada before I was paroled that I name has been prominent since Ambros would have revenge. In the fall of that Dudley first settled in the neighborhood r T)...nr.'o vi.nn i.'i,i- - (year I ioiued the detachment sent from I was in Dudley was born, the territory of Ken-- i Kentucky to New Orleans, and the battle of the Sth of January I8I0. and lucky belonged to Virginia, but waBceded tr ti, TTni.o.1 .bJ Wt WU...V,MW V..M..J. ! escaped unhurt; came home at the close ... VX , , . W ...V ... i day of June, 1792, and became fifteenth 01 me war anu engageu in my iormer j grand pillar of the Union. I have fre- business." After Elder Dudley's return from the quently heard him say that he was war, in the course of the next three born on Virginia soil, but the very next years, he was married to Miss Buckner, day after his birth became " a full fled (a son ), after ed Kentnckaiu." He was reared and who bore him one child which she went hopelessly deranged, and schooled in the neighborhood where he oi confinement in the Asylum was born, and when a little over afteryears at Lexington, died. Of his uniting with sixteen years of age, removed to Frank church, he says: fort, where he engaged in mercantile-busines- s the "On the third Saturday, in March 1S20, " Biography el Eld. Thoj. P. Dudley, HAVING DECIDED TO BUSINE As soon as I can dispose of my stock of goods, I hereby announce that on and after this date my entire ' QUIT ,ti:., -- ., Km-- fit I In fact everything in the House, must closed out regardless of price for CLOTHING, NOTIONS. FURNISHING COODS, . HKTS, CHRPETS, In- - NO PROMISE contend that free and unlimited coinage by the United for jailer. States alone will raise the bullion James C. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of Madibon county, Eubject to the value of silver to its coinage valaction of the Democratic party. tdc ue and thus make silver bullion worth $1.29 per ounce in gold throughout the world. Bryan's N. Y. speech. GOLD BRICK. Mr. FJ. S. Jackson, of Ohio, was in Richmond on Thursday last, and stated to the Climax that he had "every reason to believe that Ohio's vote would be act for JJrvan and Scwall. That evidenly thre was a i t ut ft f ; ' iS' j ySro ' to destroy all the industries of the peo"mpurity; political confusion." ple in their greed to enhance the value THE INTERNAL REVENUE TAX. " 'Communism' is the reorganiz of their gold. I know that the act of prewed. exeeolre, scanty or painful ing of society or tho doctrine that it 1873 did more than all else to accom mensturatlon. Now t ed by over S0,0O0 ladle, inrlgoratea rbete orjrana. 1S. should be reorganized, by regulating plish that result, and the demonetization warn saasvrvma ualiauonft. ir paper, vift per box. smaU box IL MUM property, industry' and the sources act of the Revised Statutes was an ille ONLY ABOUT $10,000,000 LESS THAN THE Tv Stnt muni in piain wrapp.ir. send la In w- tamp for narticulan. Sold br loeal of livelihood; and also the domestic gal and unconstitutional consumation of KECEMTS FEOM CUSTOMS. CaaS80C1AT103. Ckiran. 111. relations and social morals of man- the fraud. I want to restore that monSold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. kind; socialism; especially the doc- ey to where it was before, and thus aid G. White. trine of a community of property, or in preventing the consumation of their "Until the, breaking out of the Civil the negation of individ1' 1 rights in designs. War a permanent system of internal property" unnecessary," writes No one willyafspute tiat the one PAID ATTORNEYS AND SUBSIHarrison in August Ladies Home to destroy society and the DIZED NEWSPAPERS Journal, telling how the Treasury Deother to ci?"ge society. . Tn other partment is conducted. words, a flood and a drudh ..niiot life-lon"The custom duties, the proceeds of In summing up the evils that brouuht "xist in the same place at the same on the present serious political anil "fi the public lands, and some smaller intime. nancial conditions the New York World cidental sources of revenue, w ere relied upon to meet the current expenses, and sayE! Ke&tokation of bimetallism Equally irritating to the popular senses if there was a temporary deficiency it vill restore the parity between of justice was the overthrow of the in as covered by loans, or by a tempornnney and property and thus per-ni- t come tax. The enactment of a law im- ary exercise of the iuternal taxing powan era of prosperity which posing a trifling impost of two per cent er as in the unsatisfactory and even upon superfluous incomes was the one ditastroiis attempt to collect a tax on will enable the American people apparently earnest attempt made in all w hiskey in 1791. But the gigantic strugto become lenders of money in- these years to do some small measure gle for the defense of the Nation against stead of perpetual borrowers. IIow of justiac to the people to distribute secession not only called iuBocxeicise ev- ffiJEl long can we continue borrowing the burden of Government support with ery taxing power given by the Constitusome show of equity, to make the cor- tion, but yet every such power upon a under a system which by loweris folly to refuse to the peohigh tension. Many of my readers poration!1, the bankers and the bencfic SOME NATIONAL BANK DISCLOSURES. ing the value of property weak- iaries of tariff bounty pay some part at were to young to remember how long ple the money they now need for ens the foundation upon which least of their just share of the taxes. aud how greedy was the hand of the TUT I'ASIC CIKCULAU OK 1893. fear they may hereafter have more resU?--Bryan's N. Y. speech Yet no sooner was this law enacted than Treasury as it reached out into all parts than they need. Bryan's N. Y. "Di:ak Sru: The interests of nat- credit a fierce and determined assault was made of the land, and into the business conional bankers require immediate fispeech. man legislation by Congress. Sil- fgrai nancial mmg upon it. The masses of the people, who cerns of every neededand woman, to gather to carry op the war. pay taxes on nearly everything they the revenues ver, silver certificates and treasury SATURDAY'S consume, were made to understand that Constitutional questions were judged CONVENTIONS. notes must be retired and national . CORRESPONDENCE. tne owners ot supertluous wealth were liberally in those days, for it was not bank notes upon a gold basis made Denio-crat- ic not going to pay their share, or even a thought worth while to preserve the A perusal of the National the only money. This will require small part of it, if by any means they Constitution as a book and let the Naconventions, held on last the authorization of from $500,000,000 could avoid It. They hired great lawyers tion die. An Internal Revenue Bureau Saturday, shows that Democrats in to $1,000,(X)0,000 of new bonds as a baNEWBY. came naturally into being in 18G2 as the many counties made no effort at set- sis of circulation. You "will at once Born, to the wife of Dennis Smith, on to assail the law and break it down. They subsidized influential newspapers managing agency of these internal taxes ting up a bolting ticket. Conspicuous retire one-thir- d of your circulation August 13th, a boy. to oppose it. Tl.ey raised the falsecry of and has probably become a fixture in among tho hands-of- f counties was and call in one-ha- lf of your loans. Madison. Her example should have Be careful to make a money strln Born, to the wife of John Sallec, on Au- ' sociallisin" against it. They ignored the Treasury Department. The head of the facts of history and the principles of the bureau is called the Commissioner been copied by other counties. Dem- gency felt among your patrons es- gust 13th. a boy. Mrs. Lavisa E. Masters left August scientific taxation. In face of the fact of Internal Revenue, and his dnty is, ocrats ought to stand together. The pecially among influential business bolters can't hope to elect their man. men. Advocate an extra session of 15th for her home, Cripple Creek, Colo., that every great nation on eartli has an under the Secretary of the Treasury, to They may endanger Bryan's chances. congress for the repeal of the pur- after a 3 months' visit in Ky. income tax, and finds it the most cqui- - superintend the collection of all internal Can any true Democrat prefer Mc-X- iu chasing clause of the Sherman law Heathman & Jenkins bought n fine ble of imposts, they shrieked false cries taxes. These taxes are now chieflv ley to Bryan? No ! of "confiscatioa" and '"punishment of those laid on distilled spirits, beer and and act with the other banks of your stock of fall and winter goods. thrift" against it. They refused to ac- tobacco. He, through an army of storecity in securing a large petition to Miss Mattie Holman is very sick. cept defeat even when the Supreme keepers and gaugers, watches over the "When it is so seriously asserted Congress for its unconditional repeal, There are many cases of fever in this Court decided against them. They production of all distilled spirits, gauges that this nation must bow to the per accompanying form. TJo per- locality and some flux. brought the matter into issue again, and even' package and collects the tax npon sonal influence with congressmen dictation of other nations and ac- anu particularly let your wishes be There are no bolters in this vicinity did not rest until a Judge changed his each gallon. The receipts from internal cept the politics which, they in- known to your senators. The future except one, aud several Republicans are view and thus made the Court reverse revenue for the fiscal year ending June for Bryan and Bewail. Newby will give being on30, 1895, were 5143,421,072,02, its decision. sist upon, the right of Eelf govern- life of national bankn as fixed ahd safe a good Democratic majority. ly about ten millions less than the rement is assailed, and until that investments depends upon immediSome parties are prizing their old ceipts from customs." THE INFLUENCE OF THE REate action, increasing question is settled all other ques- sentiment as there isofangovernment crops of tobacco for shipping, some are m VOLVER. in favor Bryan's legal tender notes and silver coin- holding for better prices. Tho contintions are insignificant mm STILL LIVES ued raina have damaged some crops of rang Among the great benefactors of the N. Y. speeclu age." Somo persons think that our local old tobacco by dampness in bulk. humau race, the inventor of the revolver John Day, a wealthy fanner living Stoneman Heathman is the boss water- should be placed in the very front rank. on Caney Creek, five miles from "West PLEDGED AGAINST TRUSTS BUT VIOLATED banking institutions are done some injustice by tho comment of the Cli- melon raiser of Jolly Ridge. He who aids man to maintain his THE -- PLEDGE. Liberty, who has been very low with max, on the above panic circular in and command the respect of typhoid fever for nearly three months, Mrs. James Barnes is very low with others, is a true philanthropist. Tiie was thought to be dead Friday morning consumption near this place. The New York World roasts Mr. its last issue. We had no thought of even refer- - Thos. Darvagel's child that was kicked revolver places pluck and courage on an at 9 o'clock. His son came to town and Cleveland in this thorough way: equality with brute strength. It aug purchased the burial clothes and casket. A pledge of tho party, and one ingto tho local banks, beyond the by a horse is better. ments the of the really When he reached home he found that IMfsj which secured enormous support for evident contribution therein ment brave but peaceable man, while it modi- his father had recovered. He had been it in 1S92, was that it would enforce tioned to the distress caused by the ' BOONESBOROUGE. fies the manner of the bully. In the in a trance nearly five hours. He could laws, which had been panic of 1893. the anti-truWe are aware that many weak The Demociats oi this locality met words of a certain Texan, "Thanks be not speak, however, after reviving but put npon the statute-book- s anin swer to a universal popular demand, banking institutions throughout tho last Friday night at the tobacco barn of to God and Colonel Colt, all men are cre- understood everything that was said to but which the Harrison Administra- country suffered on account of that E. C. Burgln, and organised a Bryan ated equall" him. He would shake his head, "Yes," tion had left a dead letter. To this circular, many hundreds having been Free Silver Club. The following offiIt is argued by those who favor its or ''No." At 3 o'clock he was again pledge Mr. Cleveland additionally forced to close their doors. This circu-cul- ar cers were elected: T. P. McGuire, prohibition, that the custom of carrying thought to be dead. He was shayed bound himself by voluntary utterwas accredited to the New President-- ; J. A. Johnson, weapons fosters murder. This premise and dressed ready for burial, but to the lance in his inaugural address. Yet, York bankers and The Climax dent; E. C. Burgin, Secretary. The Is incorrect in its very conception. The great surprise of nil he showed signs before the people who listened to thinks it to have been a deliberate Rev. W. W. Williamson, invoked the citizen will .not use his wea- of life again. Tho physicians, by apply that address had left "Washington, conspiracy of New York bankers blessings ot a merciful father upon the pon without justification, while tho ing stimulants, soon brought him to life. he put at the head of the Depart- against business and commerce with cause in which we were about to enlist. criminal will go armed in spite of every He is still alive, but no hopes of his rement of Justice the favorite attor- the express desire to bring about fi His common sense, practical and patri statute. Thus, tho citizen, covery are entertained. Jackson Hub-tle- r. ney of the trusts a man who had nancial trouble,all of which they then otic utterances, conveyed through the abiding by the law, is placed at the mergrown ricli In their employ and believed could bo attributed to tho medium of prayer, lent a kind of eacred-nes- s cy of the lawless; and the latter knowing who had given to them in writing silver purchasing act. to the cause, which drove convic- this, is the more inclined to deeds of Awarded his opinion that tho trust laws were tion of its justice home to the hearts of violence. Taking advantage of his vicWe are not surprised to find ar- his hearers: and as a result, about tim's helplessness, he standi on his dung- , Highest Honors World's ''Fair. 'unconstitutional, null and void." Tho World instantly cried aloud in rayed against us those who are twenty-fiv- e hill and crows like a game-cockmembers were enrolled. protest against this betrayal of the the beneficiaries It is well known that in communities of government Some of our farmers are cutting topeople, but its warnings were where the carrying of arms is universal, favoritism they have read -- our bacco and have as assistants, millions of murders are moet infrequent. The very platform. Nor are we-- surprised tobacco worms. condition exerts a wholesome and reMisses Detlaftnd Annie Nelson, of The charge of repudiation comes to learn that we me must in this Xnoxville, Tenn., ere visiting their pressing influence. Speech becomes more with poor grace from those who campaign face Hie hostilities ffjffll thoughtful aud actions doubly guarded. of cousin, Mrs. E. C. Burgin, seeking to add to the weight those who find a pecuniary Were it tho case that all men might advanMr. J. 0. Rentori, Ford, spent last f existing debts by legislation tage in advocating the doctrine 0f Saturday iti Madison.' of Joe is an enthu- lawfully carry deadly weapons, thngs and footpads "would soon seek other occu"which makes money dearer, and when great ag siastic ISryan man, and advocates with pations. The'whole social system would eloquence find argument the 10 to 1 jdea. who conceal their designs against gregalions of wealth quickly be deterred- are tresI! bra) Gold Standard Pemocrats'of Ihw lo- the general welfare under the The ban agaissf the revolver te 'pretert. F030,ub upuu uk3 riguis 01 in inKi.. , since they have, laarned byt pby tj the legal. It deprives him of inferior that they are lividtuils. We;-jeko"JE JaawiaMi'.'thfimefllraB liw such conieaskHi iof-tl- e aiqne of, V uploMiB public credit and wmum i ram niurr amiin.iwnf jvwcm MOST PERFECT MADE. " uwuitwhich k the iwiieoaLle i IkM f fc fgtMOfe. ' NverfoiloJ HmM & fu-th- counted." lie sa'd 'that the gold standard men wer very ac tive and that they were '.olng i'it the rural districts and preachin gold." He stated that "one of the gold advocate- - talked in true gold bus: style to a farmer for an hour, and when he had finished the farmer said: 'Iliad some gold brick men after men once and you gold men talk just like them. The farmers Coisox probably defeated White here look upon you gold mlyicntci as a lot of hnncoerc ;;," on nm for Congress in the 11th District. ju-- t as welj tin and hunt Exoixeku Guxx, of Lex- sonnv'.er field.'" He savs this is Civil g ington, Republican, is fur iheTrniversal opinion of Ohio farm " ers. Brvan. A qoveknmknt obligation is Bkyan will,ppeak in Louisville simply a debt due from all the and Lexington, and from the train n all along hc C. & O. road people to one of the people and it is . rough eastern Kentucky. impossible to justify a policy which the in'cresl of one person Bkvan's inarch to the sea was in who holds the obligation snpeiior no wibe like Sherman's. Bryan conquered the people with words and to the lighls'f the many who must Sherman with fire and bword. Which be taxed to pay it. Bryan's N. is the better? Y. speech. Ursponflcut Wife John, where in the world have you been? John (hie) I have been trying (hie) to comince. some of those siher Democrats (hie) 1'oimlisls (hie) Rerultlirans (hie) and Prohibitionists (hie) that tliey are nrong on (Hie) me money question. Wife Yon mean pup, jon know you are wronp; 1 will sne for a divorce tomorrow. grc wlien Ohio's voto shall be c?st and a surpris" in 'tor" forth' conrtry The Republican and Third Ticket boomers, all over the United States, and even in this community, the birthplace and home of so many great and brainy men, have been heard to call the Free Silver men "Anarchists" and "Communists" in me and the same breath. If all their speeches are as absurd as this, all are wrong. Every one knows that no person or irganization professing to believe jne thing can possibly believe in something just opposite. Now, just to show how absurd this above at Webster's definitions )f "communism" and "anarchy" " 'Anarchy' is the want of government: the state of society where there is no law or supreme power, or where the laws are not efficient and 'ndividualsdo what they please with state-neutis,look Mr. Bryan, the Democratic nominee for President, has caused the following proclamation to be made: "In order to answer, once for all, ru mors in regard to places promised, I desire to 6ay that I have not, directly or indirectly, promised -- any office of any kind to an' person whomsoever, and shall not during the campaign promise any offiee of any kind to any person o n which has come to be a conspicuous whomsoever. feature cf his character since be fell nnder Wall street influences, he calmly put aside SENATOR BECK ON SILVER. the Congressional demand without so Senator James B. Beck, of Kentucky, much as a word of explanation. A sinin a spcecli before the United States Sen- cere effort on his part to carry out this ate in January, 1878 see Page 258, Con- pledge, buch as Congress suggested and The World stenuously urged, would have gressional Record, January, 1878 said: rendered the present silver "I know that the bondholders aud sible. New York World. craze imposmonopolists of country are seeking When the second war between the United States and Great Britiau was declared, young Dudley wished to enlist, but his parents objected, yet lie was finally enrolled assoldier of war of 1812. He was in the battle of River Raisin, escaping unhurt. Of the second engagement his biographer says: " Our young hero was in the second engagement on the 22d of January, 1813, in which he received a severe wound. In this engagement Gen. Winchester .with 600 troops, were taken prisoners, Elder Dudley among them. He sayB. in speaking of this:-- "! had many serious reflections that day, and the following opportunities? The Chicago platform of 1892 promised night I was in too much pain to sleep, a policy of bimetallism by international and I thought it not improbable that ageement, and pledged the President to seek such agreement by every means in WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS. his power. Yet even when Congress by resolution called upon him to invite another conference tothatendhe refused to fulfil his own and his party's pledge, SJ0A1. I0Y. VDAT. or to grant the obvious desire of the great What PEFFER'S NERVIGQR Did! body of the people. With that sxtraor It act powerfully and quickly. Cnrcn when nil diuarj contempt for all opinions but his others fall. Yonn- men refrain lost manhood; old menrecorcr t. I related to the Particular Baptist churcn at Bryan's, the reason of my hope; was received for baptism, and on the following day was baptized by my father Elder Ambrose Dudley. 1GH8H 0NLY- !- " InJuly.lSSO had a severe spell pi sickness from which his physicians and most intimate friends thoucht he could not recover owing to the infirmities of age he being then in his 8Sth year. He however rallied and lived for six years, an almost helpless invalid, but never recoverd his physical ability enough to attend his churcfies any more, except on one occasion. It was at the Bryant's meeting at Lexington, and on June 10th, 18S0, he passed in triumph to that better world into a full fruition of all that his f lith and hope had grassped through a long and well spent pilgrimage. Paris Kentuckian Citizen. j$Q cr()OdS Will be Charged tO ailV OllC. AIL 1 goods charged this year and previous to this year is now due and must be paid at once without fur- 10 ther notice. This is Strictly Busine and exactly what I say as reganU my accounts and as to my stock of , goods on hand LIST OF LETTERS I mean this Barmgardner, J II Hatten, Thos Bennett, Sarah col Havens Washington Hanser, Herman Boar J, Mrs Mary Franklin, Harry E l.roadduOIaud yonthful Tlior. Absolutely (inni Brown, Burrell C Jones, Mrs Isabella nnteed to Cure Vltnllfy. Jones. Miss Sallie Impotency, I.ostl'oiver, Clark, Thomas cither and oil e Camp. S II FalllnrofMemory. U'aiCm Kelley, Pus self abuse rr excuses ami frets tndlicrttkr. Wards off Insanity nd consumption. Chenault KatherineMaupin, Annie Don't let dnnslst Impose a worthless substitute on Klichen, Fred C you because Itylelds a rrenter rroat. Irslt on tari- Chisnor, Mary ng rEF.FEH'8 NEltVieOB, or send for It. Covington. Charley Rice, Rachel Can bo carried In rest pocket. .Prepaid plain vn Salter, Mrs Annie t per bor. or O lor US, with A. J'o.ltlve Corrins. Will rltten Guarantee to Cure orXtofumt the Edwards Annie fctaten, Joseph Money. Pamphlet free. Sold by drufKlrta. A'ldrost Elmore, Tom Saunders. Emma 1EF1I MZeJIICAX. ASS'X, Chleueo. II!. Embry, Andy Smallwood, Mrs P Sold by Riclnnon Drug Co and W . G Farrell, Mrs Julia Sisna, Erven White! Field, Eliza Smith, Callie Smiley, Robert Ford, C A DR. PEFFER'S Gentry, Miss K B Smith, Emanuel Rgyal-tansypilGreen, Sam White, James ls Williams, Arthur S Givens, Mollie B NEWDMCOVEKY. JTEVEKFA1LS. White, Bev Haan, Charly A new, reliable and safe railertornup. - i, Nr-vounc, 'lht!j-.EraUlon- , Int km Must Ik Sell Etudes of m THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY NOV WHETHER Y0D NEED GOODS OR NOT AS MY IN EVERY LINE AND STOCK IS COMPLETE MUST BE SOLD. Yours truly, F-W'n I fej? r uson, Lene J. B. WILLIS, POSTMASTER M2 P. ,! S. The condition of the hemp crop averages 93, an improvement of 18 points during July The quality of some crops is reported not the best on account of the growth being thin on the ground. Fixtures for sale. RJHrrHg'RJi- as ' s m iijliljplp lOiyiliiiiij SflSgfl'-iT- J 4GREAT! HZ 2L' s It psl sr mm 1 mmmLmmmmtm, I I THIRTY (30) DAYS1I BONA FIDE SALE-- NO SfP ife SUMMER SALE OF SPRING CLOTHING. FAKE! a self-respe- ct This sale includes our entire LESTE of SPRING CLOTHING consisting of all the LATEST THINGS in CASSIMERE, CHEVIOT and WORSTED SUITS in both SACK and THREE BUTTON CUTAWAYS. Also Youth's and Children's Suits. i I psjl irS.1 rMM l- -; it $S3$SSSSSSSSSSSS?sSSSSSss3 55S5?SSK5SSSS SSSSSSSSSSKJsSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSf ErrHi , rtUS mm BPffi MS && st J 0TDAM UITC! IT Oil C BHIO ulKAW jmlp Jt I if Air rStitiL! ,....We make this sale to make room for our FALL It if II IfS vice-Pres- law-abidi- GOODS..,,.;::" II II fSi'IiJ law-abiJi- Up 0 ". -- ?WET BAKING B IP mm - P0WMB jr Leading Ta lors and Clothiers, -- r 1 r:r-- l - I mWMWMM imm jar i&J3SBt " S3 will. itlf?r 'XfWXatmcttH&ht?Pm - ' THE "Big Four" to SI. Paul. Mistaken Again. k ladison County Sunday School Convention. oi 'tiio Tfifftieth ;! Tiie Pantngraph quotes D. P. ArAnnual meeting of the Madison fit. PasuI,ainn.rSe mor asj having boon in Cincinnati ounty Sunday schools will lie held WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, - - 1S96 vemberlr4,the Big "Four Route will and as Reporting everything forMc-Kinlo- y. .t Kirksville, August 20th. ell tickets cent per mile from There is no reliance to be "w. MOBNIND SESSION; tajtiyhffonts lines." JTickets good.goln" placed In nny such assertion of the White Teachers Institute' ..next." August SO mid.' 31 and September 1 PnntaJ s9 :0O a m Enrollment of Dlilccrates. ; They We like drowning mei- wet k. ood returning uuVil September 15", with grabbnig at straws. Squire Armei Prayer. Singing. Ad- -4- strny horse sec notice JiyJvS'.. .PJvilego otextenaion until September was thero only 24 nourfl and h&r "he Ircss of Welcome. - 6cr, JO, 1S9G. IX. Wells. See nearest agentifor'-paTficu- ' i talked lo half a dojion'mon whtf were Mr.v a mAddrcssCTheJgioldand 9:45 iiru "li. rn ntirrui " roprleitonJ of large ho.useJJ.and'they the Work,'&.r.Rev. Smith. John li. Thompson at courthouse xfe13 fMIMQY " ' .'t ;fon-accouEncarap-fH&itGl'ASR- " ' ...... n r . I i r i ., ' , ,! - yjt at-ern- e night . - j. u. blatiiwi, rreMctf nMaviao, ims. Thousands have teste! tho great build-ng-u- p post-officpower of Hood's Sarsaparilla Do Not Despair because you have tried n, ''iml have found returned strength, vigoi niiny medicines and have failed to reaken up as ol gost-offl- ce n; -- County Sunday-scho- ol conven- ind vitality in its use. ceive benefit. Eemember that Hood's It n n at Kirksville Sarsaparilla cures when all others fail to James II. Crow, ter.cher at Vienna, lo any good whatever. Squire E. Million had an extenClark county, i eprimanded Troy Puck-J- tt ROAN horse, aliout G years old, di court at Newby yesterday. for whittling on a desk, whereupoi 15 hands high, shod all around, catharHood -- Fills are the best family no marks, heavy mane nnd Pucketthit him with a rock, breaking tic and liver medicine. Harmless, reliaRov. J. V. Parsons, of Irvine. long tail, came to my place, near his skull, at which Crow stabbed Puck-et- t, ble, sure. ached all la.-- t week at Korea. I"-It Union City, on Monday night, July and botli may die. 2G. Owner can have same by prov-- Higevrt Democratic club in the After an absence of thirty years John ing property and paving charges. AV. li. WELLS. 11 tiuiiit formed at Newby 3jestcrday. A stomachtul of undigested food if Burns, a sailor, has returned to Denver, ibout an unhealthy a mass as one can Col; aud laid claim to valuable prorerty. - Mrs. W. T. Poynterwill contin-- . 1 I :. w ell imagine. tht Science Hill School atlShel- Pure, rirh blood is the true cure for with it? What can be done free-silvx nervousness, and Hood's Sarsaparilla ill.. There it stays. It won't digest L One True Blood Purifier and nerve OhI corn in Madison isiselling at murns up, ferments and decays, be- .onic. It j i to $1.33 per barrel, according to comes poisonous (as all putrid mattei M " Paris policemen have been supplied location. does) and causes great pain and deep-seate- d r A ELECTION NOTICE Son-in-la- w with electric dark lanterns, by means of disorbers. M N. Driggcrs.'late of this.pl ace, In ordet to change all this, take which thep can see 150 feet away. removed from' Cincinnati to ,i The voters of the Eight CongresyAtidress-"TlioiTardShaker Digestive Cordial. M.icon Ua. A Usance to Make Money. sional District of the State of KenIt stops fermentation and decay at I have berries, grapes and peaches, a tucky are hereby notified that on R. Carter Helm Jones, of d once, so that no more poisons are created. year old, fresh as when picked. I use . Ir.jilli-- is preaching at Rerea, It clears the stomach of poisons al- the California Cold process, do not heat , u k. ? ready there. It helps it to turn the food or seal the fruit; just put it up cold, keeps On fan- round trip to Rerea te-i- .i three-quarte- rs that remains, into healthful nourishment. perfectly fresh, and costs almost nothing Between the hours of 7 a. m. and 4 rro to hoar Thompson and Tay-J.- ii It strengthens the stomach for the next can put up a bushel in ten minutes. p. m., (solar time), there will be held State.-Worka Democratic Primary in said dis-triatul s(.t the fair. meal. Last week I sold directions to over 120 purpose of selecting a for Here is the whole philosophy and cure families; anyone will pay a dollar for candidatethe the Democratic Party Democratic primary olection, for of indigestion in a few words. And Jirections, when thev see :" the beautiful of said district as the nominee of s..mirIa.v, September 2(5, for Con-i'- n State-'at-lhrgwhat's more, it's all true. Try it. samplee of fruit. As there are many-peopl-e said party, to be voted for in vinaii Sth district. for menJber in the House of Shaker Digestive Cordial is for sale b poor like myself, I consider it my Representatives in the Congress of R. Thompson will speak in 10 cents to $1.00 a bot- duty to give my experiance to druggists, price such, and the United States from said district, night and at li bmoiul tle. It feel confident any one can make one or and to be voted for at the regular l vr-vilnext day, afternoon. two hundred dollare round home in a election in November, 1KM, for said President Cleveland will entertain the few days. I will mail samples of truit member. legal-tendMiss Eva Hoge, daughter of Col. Polls will be opened at said dato great Chinaman, Li Hung Chang, at his rail-rsI ' .is K. Hoge, the and complete direction, to any of your and time in each of the regular votGray Gables. country seat, contractor, will marry Mr. Ires, readers., for eighteen two cents stamps, ing places in the counties composing; House-to-hou.. Mississippi, next week. which is the only actual cost of the sam- said Eighth Congressional District. A man may dress as well as his own All legal voters who have heretople, postage, etc., to me Francis Casey, fore aililiated with the Democratic 1 picnic at Concord school-i- s. good judgment and the assistance of an St. Louis, Mo. and 214 Party and are known Democrats, supon Saturday, August 22,. with srtistic tailor may elect. He may take who recognize the obligation of ,ikmji in the afternoon given by Two street cars were held up by porting the nominee of said Demodigestive organs are his "tubs" but if his J ..ii ( it Raseball Club. out of order, lie will have an unwhole- masked men at Manistee, Mich; and cratic Party, by participating in said 7. election, are authorized to vote in some appearance. His complexion and conductors and passengers robbed. - "Hi Hill debating society's said election. of his eyes will have a yellowthe white ' sul.ji ct will be "Whether it is My little boy, when two years of age, ish cast. His tongue will be coated, apn IT. m r t.. have a back seat on the was taken very ill with bloody flux. I petite poor, his teeth rusty, his breatii i st. ps or a front scat on the was advised to use Chamberlain's Colic, Chairman Executive Committee, abominable. He is one big, uumistaka-bl- e y. .. I steps." Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and Eighth Congressional District, y, sign of constipation. The quickest, al 11 luckily procured part of a bottle. I - ISesulo.s the regular edition, the eurest, easiest way to cure this trouble carefully read the directions and gave it i i 'max sends uut, tliis week, five is to take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. accordingly. He was very low, but i j'idriil extra copies, as per order, They are made of refined, concentrated slowly and surely he began to improve, n cir- a i tw thousand vegetable extracts. Nothing in the gradually recovered, and is now as stout (.la's. if valuable information. least harmful enters into their composi and strong as ever. I feel sure it saved e. Mrs. French Tipton w ill open a prition. They hunt down all impurities his life. i. A. R. National Encampment I never can praise the Remedy s 1'aul. August 29, 30 and 31, and and "make them move on " They are half its worth. I am sorry every one in vate school at her home on Broadway in Richmond, ou the pioduct of rnauy years' study and the world does not know how good it is, uiImt 1, good returning Sep- Col-lpg- e, practice. Dr. Pierce cannot afford to i lfi. and can bo made good nii- as I do. Mrs. LinaS. Hiuton, Graham's s. ptember 80; .1G.5 round trip jiui forth a worthless article.' ville, Marion, Co., Florida. For sale by Address with 21 cents in one-cein Richmond, by R, X. I. aud R. Hagan's Pharmacy. More than nine Terms reasonable. stamps, to cover cost oi mailing only, R. Accommodations years experience. The fifth annual meetiugof the Nation- hrst-clasWorld's Dispensary Medical Association, Limited number aud special and Lexington, with underlying ner, life njgedaway without the visited relatives in Jhe county last V civil service 1-0examination for , Kentucky River Improvement. Walker & Watts's Z L ranch, Esta-cad- o, Buflalo, N. Y., and get a free copy of the al Irrigation Conference will be held at attention ' Kentucky river in its windings a slightest -- m w week. "k. deputy collector, storekeeper, Phoenix, Ariz; Dec 13 next. It Crosby county, Tex., is spend- "Medical Adviser." Lieuteneut Hart, who lias charge panorama that Dr. Bennett, of Lex- Second Presbyteruu? ......,.., iii.'i-ranJoe Giunchigliani attended the ing a few days at messenger, will be hold .ie t7& Six weeks ago I suffered w ith a his old home, this of tho construction of lock and dam ington, says is unequalled by any lie Noiic s to Uredi mains being deposited in the family the great bicycle meet nt Louisville county, near Cleveland. Kichmond.on Sentember 19. and if At T C. Wood's sale in Woodford cold; was almost unable to speak. No. 7, Ujinilc below High Bridge, on has seen in all his travels. Some of ii lot in the cemetery. Rev. Owsley last week. lsli to know anv more about it? county, Q mules sold at $25 to $72, cows My frieuils all advised me to consult a Kentucky river, placed 400 men to the party claim thnt it exceeds in Goodloe, brother-in-la- w T. Speed Smith, Jr., of Wil. ill on or address W. H. Miller, Sec of the de$15 to $20, bors"5 $10 to' $40, corn 75 physician. Miss .Pearl and Mr. Don Wiggir Noticing Chamberlain's work Tuesday morning, and the aim impressivoness the view from LookPenn., camo home List cents a barrel. , Richmond, Ky. and Rev. Dr. McCown, pas- spent the past week with relatives in ceased, t.tr Cough Remedy advertised in the n LL persons will be to push the job to an early out Mountain. Prof. Williams tor of the Baptist claims against nd tho funeral of his Wbt Church, were the the estate of L. H. Pigg, dec-'d-., Yolks veitung I procured a bottle, utulance of completion. If you wonl The vicinity of the measured the height by his instru- ministers. A long procession fol- Covington Thompson at Kirksville. father, Dr. Curran Smith. He will & Miss Emily Chenault is visiting remain for a few davswith relatives. dark, glossy h while was en and the firm of L. H. Pigg Co., a and after' John R. Thompson, candidate for work looks like a city ofindustry, as ment and found it to be 675 feet lowed the remains to the grave. will please file the same with me " at her home in Miss Ella Prowitt, clean scalp, fn "ecom- properlv verified for payment, on or ..ri tirely well. 1 ( (ingress, will speak at Kirksville, everybody to be seen is pushing above the hotel veranda, about 800 Curran CassiUs Smith was born in Miss Florrie Chenault has returned tatiug liuwiorc, . . before "Saturday, Sept. 12, 1SD0, or .onr hair is faded mpnrl tliia rml- - in ..nnvnnrt ctn.. Kentucky river. Mt. Richmond, Ky., on June 12th, 1822. Mt. Sterling. i. Friday afternoon, August 21st, at ahead. Tne masonry is being laid, feet above .. ' home after a pleasant visit to her be employing all the big lifting appara- Henry is one heel of a horse-sho- e and gray, and you would have its natural w un a co:u. w m. Ken, us fcelby Ave. th" same will "W. barred. Li Hung Chang, tho Chineso Vicof His father Was a distinguished t dock. Everybody invited. 10-W. PK5G, Adinr. tus and Ftenin machinery of other mountains that opens in front of the ber of Congress and Grand mem- eroy, will not visit Richmond while friend, Miss Sophia Hendrick, of color restored, use Aycr's Hair Vigor. St. Paul. Minn. For sale by IIaj,anV "Frankfort. While there Miss Hen Master Thompson to Address Bryan Club. Pharmacy. kinds, and one can almost sec the hotel, making a mountain gorge,thnt of the Masonic Lodge of It is unquestionably the best dressing. HON. C. Kentucky. in America. drick gave a part- - in her honor. g. Hmi. John R. Thompson, of "walls grow as the work progresses. with Sweet Lick Knob in rear, pre- His mother was a It Mr. Calvin Taylor has returned daughter of Brig. Herbert Spencer is hard at work, at 76, will address the Bryan Of course the weather is hot, but as serves a delightful coolness. Mount Miss Alice Lloyd, principal of MadGen. Green Clay, of the war of '12, from a visit to his brother in Bloom-ington,IIt A. McGrath, Bryantsvillc, Garrard on the third volume of his rompreheu-siv- e of P.irkersburg, V. Va., IveUlom- lut at the court house ison Female Institute at Richmond, no serious sickness lias been reported Henry takes the name from the man and a sister of Gen. Cassius M. Clay, "Principles oi Sociology." ti i lt at b o'clock. was in Jackson this week in tho in- county, assigned with $23,000 in liabiliEverybody i. among the men. Kentucky river is who ownes and lives on the plateau Mr. Lincoln's inends Wrights Celery Minister to Russia. Mr. James D. Tipton, ofMt. Ster1. $15,000 assets. again down to its normal stage, and of this mountain. His farm of 75 Rev. Green Clay, Smith ecently ling, was here this week on a brief terest of her school, and gave the ties and Since 187S there have been nine epiCapsules. Hustler a pleasant call. The prosthe oilicor inchargo thinks the work acres he has in fiuit trees, grass and deceased. demics of dysentery in different parts of 1. 0. 0. F. of Montana stay with relative?. Wake up your liver but be sure you pects of this school were never brightwill be completed in a few months. the country in which Chamberlain's corn and a never failing spring of and Brigadier General of U. S. Vol P.vnKEKsnuRG, W. Va., Th Independent Order .of Odd Eel- take Simmons Liver Regulator to do it Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Attorney D. M. Chenault, who has er. Jackson Hustler. Nicholasville ournal. " water gushes out on top of the unteers,nnd J. beon spending a week at Estill January t5, 11)95. will give a picnic, .Thursday, every time, and do it with- -it will do it was used with perfect success. Dysenmountain. The part' hitched their Speed Smith, this place, were broth Springs, returned Monday. Mrs. Charles E. Smith and her so well that you'll feel wonderfully re- tery, when epidemic, is almost as severe The Wbioht Mei. Co., aiist 27. at Kings Station. An cx- -. Redundancy ol Gall. hores and rested around the spring ers, Mrs. Goodloe, mother of the late Columbus, Ohio handsome daughter, Miss Amy, of freshed and strengthened. It is Sim- and dangerous as Asiattic cholera. Hereursi.in will be run. Round trip y figure of the Panta-grap- h imbibing the cool water. Professor William Cassius Goodloe, Minister The Mrs. Alinar Rogers, of Dayton, Inhave been using t ekets ,"0 Ct.s. Gentlemen essays to advise us about "run- Williams makes a visit to this inter- to Belgium, and Major Green Clay diana, came to attend the burial of Richmond, were tho guests of Mrs. mons Liver Regulator that does it. tofore the best efforts ot the most skilled Wright's Celery Capsules since Novuni-be- r, Phil P. Nunnclly from Saturday un- There is only one Simmons Liver Regu- physicians have failed to cheek its ravFor Congress. ning a newspaper. When we had esting region as a geologist. The Goodloe, U. S. Marines, was a sister. her father, Dr. C. C. Smith. 1S94, and find them to be as recomtil yesterday when they went to Dan- lator, and you'll know it by the Red Z (il. V. LaRue Thomas was nomi-n- at seen many more years of varied ex- party lingered long over the view Dr. Smith married in 1854 a daughMiss Lena Baldwin, of Richmond, ville to visitiMr. Green Woodcook ou the package. Take nothing else, and ages, tliis remedy, however, has cured mended. I first began taking them d for Congress in the 0th, or perience than tho X-rthe most malignant cases, both of chilshadow has from the top of this mountain. ter of Judge William Goodloe of the is with her friend, Miss Dollio and otho rrelativcs. Stanford Jour- you'll be sure to get all the good health dren and adults, and under the most while at Hot Springs, Ark., under treatMasille District, on last Wednes- ever seen, he was only a vest-pock- et recalled the viow God gave Moses of Madison Circuit Court she survives. Stanford Journal. ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and nal. promised. It day. He is a brother-in-la- w trying conditions, which proves it to be Stomach trouble, Constipation which I of F. edition ofa BfqwnieJ with no more the land of Canaan from Pisgah's Their six children survive him, Miss Rosa March has returned to Miss Mary Poage, who attended L. Wardroper, this place. the best medicine in the world for liowel had been a long .shoe on than is usually found on the top, this difference only, Moses was never having lost one. They are her home in Lexington, after a pleas- school fouud the at M. F. I. last year, has gone Miss Maud Rigsp, a fair cyclist of complaints. For sale by Hagan's Phar- Celery Capsules sufferer. I great relief foot of a hill, and the Sourwoods not to ontor the rich land of prom- Mrs. Alma Rogers, of Ohio, Mrs. ant gave me At Versailles Fair. . Y; has won visit to Miss Kittie French. will assist eighteen, of Middletown, to Kirksville where she macy. crawfish making incursions into the ise, while by rail from the richer Bessio Benton, of Winchester, Misses from tiie begiuning and have used them Rales & McElwainc got blue rib-liu- ii lily Miss Lena Cornelison very elegant- her brother in teachingschool. Miss fame for bravery by rescuing a boy from white cuticle of his wootsy Blue Grass, one may go "daily to Mary Spencer, Willie C, and Curra-leedrowning. on stallion Mr. J. M. Barrie, the English novelist ever since. "With pleasure, and unsoguest, Miss Mary Poage received a first-cla3. ly entertained her certifitoothy toes that arc evidenced at this Mount Henry. Paris Kentuckian. of Richmond, and J. Speed Also certificate on mare and playwright, is expected to visit this licited, I recommend them to any and Stough, last Thursday evening. cate in tho recent teacher's exanii-tio- n late day by sears.like unto those of Ice Cream Now Made in a Minnie. Smith, of the U. S. Pension service, all suffering with like afflictions or either country in Septenber next. old and under 4. nt this place, and will doubtMiss Kittie Chenault is visiting Expressions ol Sympathy. veteran's; and ' th'e bullnettles' '"canow stationed at Wllliarnsport, Pa. of them. Very truly yours. I have an Ice Cream Freezer that will Mat S. Cohen got blue ribbon on legs until they ressed his bike-spoDr. Smitli graduated at St. Mary's, Mrs. William Watts, at her homo in less mako and oxcollent teacher. A meeting of the physicians of Charles T. Caldwell. freeze cream perfectly in one minute; as mar- i -- year-old and under 2. AlbO too looked like scarred veterans, in Lightning Hot Drops Mrs. Addison White, of Huntsville, it is such a wonder a crowd will always Richmond and Madison county was then a noted school; thereafter Fayette county, near Lexington. Sold by T. S. Ilagan, Druggist Price n ideate on mare and! the absence of any panta rirotcctlon Miss Minnie Wagers, of Richmond, Ala., accompanied by her daughter, be around, so anyone can mako from five What a Funnr Namel called to express sympathy for and from the Louisville Medical College 0 cents aud $1.00 per box. Call at drug-tor- e n r. "such as that for which wc now with the family of our lamented of which faculty the subsenuentlv is the guest of Miss Margaret Bohan- - Miss Susie, are spending a few- - to six dollars a day selling cream, and 6- Very True, but It Kills All Pain. and get free sample. graphos. 3Ir..eibryoHoraceGre-ley- , friend and L. N. Low Rales. Dr. C. C. celebrated Dr. Gross was a member. non during tho fair. Woodford Sun. weeks with her sister, Mrs. Eliza- from ten to twenty dollars a day selling Sold Everywhere. Evory Day John R. Yeager and Miss MaryErwiu, you should learn how to don't. Smith, whose sudden death so rude- Ho practiced 63 years, mostly in Judge J. M. Benton and wife, of beth Irvine, nt her palatial home on Ereezers, as people will always buy an One fare the round trip, Louisville, Without Relief, Thero Is No Par! of Danville, each aged 19, eloped to free-silv- er icoinesyou can ly shocked our city and county on Madison county. For a brief period Winchester, came over Friday to at- 4th avenue. Mrs. White's husband article when it is demonstrated that August 18, 19, 20th, on, account of When and were married. he lived at Lebanon where he was tend the burial of Dr. C. C. Smith. was formerly the Congressman from they can make money by so doing. The August 13, 1896. s.iund Money Democratic Conyen- -' turn to counterfeiting. country sixty miles A wide stretch ol Vacation Time. Dr. Smitli was born in Madison Collector by appointment of Andrew i ii. Richard Cobb Hocker lias gone to this district nnd resided in Rich- cream is frozen instantly and is smooth long in South Dakota was devasted by a Bryan Flag Raising. county, Ky., on the 12th clay of Juno Johnson, which, waS thb only iifllce Kansas Cityto. study law,r and will mond." from lumps. I have done so Sat-urd- aj aud free 1.5i round trip to Cincinnati, Is at hand and is gladly welcomed by The committee of the free silver 1822. he ever held; except when Pension live with his uncle, 'Mr. if. W.Hock-- Mr. D. A. Chenault, of Lexington well myself and ha"e friends succeeding hailstorm. , August 29lh. all, especially those w hose duties in life "party are going to make of Examiner by appointment of Harrito let oth; Democratic ct Graduated from the University Syston. was hero last week among his num- 60 well that I felt it my duty 7a Oloanso "i $10.25 round trij) to St. Paul on acnow Louisville, Medical Department, in son. have caused them to greatly run down . - - m "! MisseBEtm?l -count of the G, A. P.. Encampment. tho political caldron seotho-'fro,Terrili; of erous relatives. He has a prepara- ers know of the opportunity, as I feel on. On August 29"tii they, will 3iol During the war, it was the effort of Richmond, are tho guosts of Mrs. tory school at Woodland Park, and confident that any person in any locality Effectually yet gently, when costive or their system to meet the requirments, in 1850, located in this his native Thompson and Taylor. a grand rally at this place at which county, near Speedwell, and for 46 the Confederates to capturo Dr. Jas. S. Winn. Winchester Demo- last year sent a student J to the Uni- can make money, as any person can sell bilious, or when the blood is impure or physical and mental, forced upon them. versity of Vircinia who took tho cream and tho Freezer sells itself. J. F. sluggish, to permently overcome habit- With these and others, it is important, will be free time a 20x30 Bryan flag will be float- years has been activoly engaged in Smith and others to hold as hostages crat. Bfrea fair capacity, never in lieu of several men who had beon t all. The feature of the (lay will be ed to the breezes on Court Square his professional highest honor. Ho prepared Mr. W. Casey & Co., 1143 Charles St. Louis, Mo., ual constipation, to awaken the kidneys whether at home, at the sea shore or in 'Miss Janlo Dawson, who has beon R. Letcher, this county, for Yalo, will mail you complete instructions and and liver to a healthy activity, without the country, that some thought lie given 100 foot polo. Chairman of swerving from his allegiance to a carried away to northern prisons. a debate between John B. Thompfrom a the Campaign committee, Alvin high and honorable professional The Federal commandant at Lex- visiting in Richmond for tho past and has supplied other equally im- will employ you on salary if you can give irritating or weakening them, to dispel to diet, and as further assistance to nason. Democratic candidate for medicine like Wm. Mc. ington sent an officer with men who week, has returned to hor home in portant schools. headaches, colds, or fevers, use Syrup ture, a good building-uaud W. S. Taylor, Republican Taylorvhas, leen in correspondence 'standing. your whole time. Stanford. 12 Hood's Sarsaparilla had best be restored JlghtB and, HiH life has furnished an example rescued the men in hiding. At the It of Figs. Attorney General of Kentucky. If with leading, ,freelsilvar Miss Viola Million is visiting Mr. Miss Marie Harber has returned to. If the indigestion is poor, liver demany distinguished speakers have of consistency, honesty, earnestness, battle of Richmond, Dr. Smith vol.miu desire to see a Republican scien-t.llcalAJW. Clark, of Dallas, Tex., was as ranged and frequent headaches seem to An experimental carrier pigeon servica for the past nnd Mrs. A. J. Reed, at their sumdcplumatedj go to Berenice promised to attend, among whom are and j;eal in what he believed to bo unteered on tho staff of Gen. Man-so- from Cincinnati, where mer home on Lake Michigan. Mi'. is to be established from the Farallone saulted in his store by two burglras and be the rule. Hood's will change all this ' Gov. Bob Taylor, ex Gov. Proctor right. surgeon, and was placed in month'she has been taking painting Reed morrow. has been wonderfully success- Islauds and from ontgoing vessels to San fatally injured. Knott, Senator Blackburn, John S. and enable everyone to return to their Born of a family distinguished for charge of tho Mt. Zlon hospital. lessons. Ran Well. ful since he loft Richmond, and Francisco. o " home and business in refreshed state of Rhea, Judge Tarvin.of Covington,! a long line of talented and vlrtious Among-thwounded, he fOnnd tn Mrs. B. W. Turner and family, of besido a summer home on tho Your Life lasursl IcADay. 12 J. B. Cheadle, nominated for and W. TJ5 Smith, bf Richmond. Gou.i ancestry, honored in tho chronicles Captain who hadTescued him. Hlmv Richmond, are the guest of hor sismind and bodily health. A CHANCE TO MAKE lakes, has a winter homo on In Flor Demo- Hardin and Hon. J. 13. , Thompson congress by tho free-silv- er insurance is protected by bankable and military history, with two others, he took to his home ter, Mrs. J. E. Garner. Winchester ida and a regular Our of both civil MONEY. House of George Arnold, near Lancrats of the Frankfort,' Indiana, Dis- will also bo present. 'Aplatformwill early attached, and long devoted to and treated free of charge until able Democrat. paper on the Capital City Bank of Col caster, burned by lightning. In Cincinnati. His chances home trict, was a private in tho""71st Indi- bo erected in tho courthouse yard. medical profession, his memory de- to goJiome. Y '' the past three months I have clear- umbus, O. There can bo no stronger Rov. Owsley Goodloe, of Indiana, to $10,000 a year ana Regimeut and capfujed; in'.the The speakingwlll 'begin ht 10 a. in. serves to bo templed in our hearts To make your business pay, good ISmlth was utterly devoid of camo to Richmond last wook to at for further increase Dr. ed $000 75 selling Dish "Washers. I guarantee given you. We dare not use are excellent. battle of Itichmoudj- - ;62. A He was and continue throughout the day. A and preserved in our records as one egotism and vanity. vHe was a true brother-in-ladid most of my work, my brother helped a banks name without authority, if you health is a prime factor. To seenre good tend tho burial of his paroled by oflicqr Davidson, of Flor- txomondous crowd is expected. Mrs. Dabney Crenshaw spent a of the galaxy of gentlemen for which man, courageous bub qulotr and in Dr. C. C. Smith. some. I expect to do bctteruoxt month doubt it write them. Good health is health, the blood should be kept pure ida, and subsequently they served Harrodsburg Democrat. in tho city Sunday on her re as every Dish Washer'sold advertises it- the best life insurance. Wrights Celery and vigorous by the use of Aycr's Sarsap our profession in Kentucky has been every rcspect,a good citizen. Miss Linda Gormerly,of Richmond , together in Congress. turn from Richmond, Va., where s)io self, and sells several more; I don't Capsules gives you good health, they arilla. When the vital fluid is impure remarkable. BIMETALLISM IX EUROPE. Ky., is visiting tho families of Robt. was called to tho bedside of her Ducks Caring For Calves. He has been called from Ike labors have to leave the house. People hear cure liver, Kidney and Stomach trouble, and sluggish, there can bo neither health, Died in Estill. 'Pitman andGeo. Blevins. Mt. Ster- -law, It Mrs. Crenshaw. Sjao about the Dish Washers and send for Rheumatism, Constipation and Sick strength, nor ambition. Demo- of this life "across the dark river" This from the Harrodsburg n, Mrs. MalvinaGentry died nt ling Advocate. took breakfast with her cousin, Mrs. them, t bey are so cheap. Any lady or Headaches. 100 days treatment costs lc Richmond (Va.,) Dispatch beats Harvoy Chenault's fly to enjoys tho rest of another and a Mrs. Fannie Gossett, mother of Judge Estill county, on Tues- crat Mr. D. yF. Sharp,, of Panola, has Catherino Reed, and loft on the nojn gentleman cau make money in Ibis bus- a day. A sight draft on above bank, in Holt of the Court of Appeals, is dead. better state of existence. Onr readers ought to be familiar w'Ul, day, August 11, 1890, after a -- brief catcher: to In Col. Gaither's back yard are We can but fold onr hands in meek the name of Moreton Frewen, Judge gone to Powell's "Valley, Tonn., not train for Richmond, Ky., to join her iness, an every family wants a Dish every $1 box, which bring your moneyillness of flux, aged 70 years. She Deafness Cosset Sa Cue! children who have been with her Washer- - Any of our readers who have back if they fail to cure you. and holy resignation before tho de- Hughes's friend and English correspon visit his father, whom he has three was the mother of Ii. Gentry of hept by local applications, as they cannot 12 all-wiseen in five years. mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Clay, dur- energy enough to apply for an agency Sold by Druggist. crees of an God, and console dent. We abate .not ono otof our wish the firm of Sbackelford& Gentry, of about 18 young ducks.Betwcen Gazette. reach the diseased portion of the ear.. can easily make from f8 to $10 per day. these ducks and calves thero exists ourselves with philanthropic reflec- to see sound money rilling all the chan Mr, W. R. McDowell, of Rich- ing herabsenco. Lexington Mrs. H. Hutchcraft Hill, ol Paris,1 There is only one way to cure deafness, this place. Member ofthp Christian is not all of life to live nels of trade, but neithdr can we refuse, mond, was hero Sunday to see ono Slate Lick Springs has of late You can get all particulars by addressing Ttnnrbon county, has returned from al church and a good woman. Her nn arrangement that is mutually tion that "it and that 13 by constitutional remedies. a very popular summer resort The Mound City Dish Washer Co , St seven-year- s to let such men as Mr. Moreton Frewen of the prettiest girls in Kentucky. As the day begins to nor alLof death to die." beneficial. stay in the art school of Par Deafness is caused by an inflamed conhusband, T. J. Gentry, survives, her. county people, espec: jil- - Louis, Mo. Try it publish your success is, France. J. M. Poxntz, for Madison be heard. Without comment, therefore, Stanford Journal. grow hot the calves seek a cool, dition of the mucous lining of the Eucounty for the benefit of others- - C. A. D. It C. J. Bales, we give to our readers the following let-te- n Peculiar Dislocation. shady place and lie at full length "upDr. Colson and wife, nee Boggs, ly since several Madison stachian Tube. "When the tube gets UEU. W. RlliEY bjtetf A. Kennedy, ladies and gentlemen have During the Richmond fair, la lady-fel- on tho grass. Tho ducks that are for their far-awwill leave to-dhave a rumbling eound or London, June 17th. John M. Fosteu, JColline constantly with the calves then diBESTINQUALITV. in an epileptic flt.v a stay openly insulted by tha proel-eto- r MOST IM QUANTITY. homo in western Texas, after imperfect hearing, and when it is en Of Shelbyville, Ky.f Recommends G. W. Evans, of a formerly popular sums Dear Mr. Merrick: Thank yon for of two called and in Jrgatingjier dis- vide into three parties and one lot months here. i; tirely closed Deafness is 'he result, and Wright's Celery Capsules. H: B. Gidson, mer resort. Soyeral people frbm vour letter, and for your book, which each gathers "around a calf and as dislocovered that herhouloier was of Denver, forinor Richmond and vicinity are spending Rov. Dr. Moffat, unless the inflamatioB cau lie taken out sC calf ho T. J. Taylob, . , soon-aI shall read with interest. You in the a fly lights on cated. Upon returning, to consciousrector of tho Episcopal church, this the warm days at Slate Lick. Amiing Shelbvville, Ky., 3Tav 26,- - '96. Ter and this tube restored to its normal M. C. Heath, States have at last arrived at that cur food for a duck. They are conness, she explained that every time few' clays hero, hearing will fee destroyed forever; Wright Medical Co- - Col., 04, H. C. Jaspek. rency crisis which every intelligent stu- place, is spending a those who are .there are Mrs. WJI It. pne of tinually moving over and around the she has an attack of epilepsy en Sunday.-- ' are caused by caand preached Gents I qave purchased a bor ot nine cases out - August 14, 1S90. Mr. and Mrs. Trlbplo, if. 2B19IV' still,-nev- er advancing. Crutcher, dent has seen so inevitably her shoulder joints becomes dislo- calves that lie "perfectly '&. ft' Wright's Celery Capsules from G. L. tarrh, which ktftoth'mg bat a inftwHed I affirm with strong conviction that Mrs. Jennie Silling, oi London, Misses Annie nndllinna Crutclier, even, switching their tails, thoroughcated. "Middelton, drnggist, and used them foa condition ol tke mucous surfaces.. is visiting Mrs. Patterson, "Mr. andilrp.'j CJtbb, Vince, aged 84 years, diiid in Jes- - tho way would have beeu prepared dur-- . accompanied by "whose ly enjoying their rest nnd immuni Wm. We once knew a young lady We will eie One Hundred DoHww lor. Sour Stomach, Torpid Xiver and Constiher father, Mr, H. Clay'Broaddus, Messrs. ISTealo Bennett 'Q.,V.E: ing me past inree ycani lor an interna k'-v saniine county. ankle frequently became "dislocated ty from tho peslthatis nearly wo YEARS t pation and found that they gave ma im- -' any ease of deiaei (caused by eairtX to Stato Sun' Jr., Jaines Crutcher arift 3o Wi I!? tional settlement of thl great difficulty and will gqiioxt week in walking along, and we know a rying the life out of other animals. I' V Has led alt WORM emK21es. Y medifcte relief everyttkne. .1 thkikikan i tbatc Miss Kitty, Hanna, a feundav school had it notbeen forihejfortitude'of just day -- School conventloW'kt Owensbo Mr. nnd Mrs. C:J3vVobdspiit This ptory CRrT-- verified by ahyouo ttAITEEB.i man who has. shooting pslss front JEWHIY , v: . ii- -r -v- -. Cure? e$enltti fiM&j eJktreredj'. SO. aavenge, as teacher at'Bwroilfll)Hrg;,hae bain'arrest- - one aisn 3our4rreiM;ui. Olerei dayj.lliere.gRer, JohnG.lfe-- 9"a fa 1IMnn."V. A..U mitaitlt.. wlnriwfWcs onjLDanyille the left &hHlder uewn-the- . ,'MJ , i Tiuawjary fntfo 4 Ofc. Froiifc, Tow. V. 5 era4iolirrUii-)uulUMr iue beufesi . payioc Jiar panapiw i ,- r Yr- r- i. U of the annje iu 4Mls Toe i3um-Tm-, W i ! fttttafflfcte p.. 2"S-VtE h .'. , V-- f EfcT' jr s-- : t-it e? Colore! 'Teachers Institute in scssieM next week. John B. Thompson and Goli j ayior at xsorea -- Trim Deatherago's Uessio Mnck ' " won a race last week in2:lC. O r - Jhn "well-laiov.- ni vl rt - nine-colum- vpre all gold' bugs, bujwalltltlmi Four BovsKillfd.v tho working men of sni'dflrmsf were " IThos. C. Allan's Isfcenm A broil ler three to one fgr free silver.' fwas.encatred on tKS.fnrm hf Tr"T S.1 : 1 . t t " A S3U.O0O Fire at Lancaster. Allan, near "Winchester; Monday. Retwpen 12 nnd 1 o'clockryester-da- y to" innor,nrid while morning, a fierce fire was disone, the boiler exploded killing southrouri boys Wijlio fTurpin, aged IB, covered near the east corner of the public square in son of Andy Turpin ; Alex. Herry-?naand conaged 13, on oOFielding Rerry-ma- Lancaster. The DallasJLiggnrd,aged 12, and tents "were entirely consumed, and Travis Haggard, aged '11, sons of there was no mail out next morning. Six other houses were burned R. Scott Haggard. E. McBobcrt's drug store, Stone & Rroaddus's furniture house, H. M. Another Sudden Death. On last Thursday, Melvine Rich- Rallouis grocery, T. S. Elkin & Co,'s ardson, residing east of town, came meat shopv N. A. Thompson's groin to consult Dr. Poyntz. He was a cery, also several oflices up stairs, consumptive, and the Doctor grum- including Dr. Walter. Loss $30,000. bled at Richardson's people for al Bryan Club Formed., lowing him to come to town through Last thcjunusual heat. At 11 o'clock ho crats Thursday evening the Demo of Richmond started home and stopped with for the purposeof held a meeting organizing a Bryan Alfred Lee, three miles out, for dinand Sowell "club. Thameeting 'was ner. While there he died (suddenly. called.-t- o order byj Chajrman J. He was 22 years old. of B. Cheiiault, who stated the object of Pal Lnmli. itho meeting and opened tho- - house for nomination of officers. 'Ju'dge , Partial Eclipse of Moon. . pHenryRico nominated W. S. Mober-le- y There will be a partial eclipse of the foiPresidonfc, "who was unani moon, visible in Uiis locality, ton the mously elected. George M. Will- night of Saturday, Aug. 22d. Almost ging, Samuel Scott, A. T. Chenault, of the disk will be ob- and Nathan B. Turpin vero elected scured, and from the tiaie,of. entering Stanton B. Thorpe the outer shadow, or penumbra, to and David Freeman were chosen the time of leaving it four and three Secretaries. quarter hoirs will intervene. Tho oillcers, Horn After the election of W. B. Smith, elector moon will be a little more than for Vas asked to three quarter hours will intervene. speak. Ho responded with a good The moon will be a little more than speech in which h'e ably defended three hours in tho deep shadow. The the silver Democrats from their slantime of the eclipse here will be as derers. Samuel Tudor also spqke. ,i iollows: In his speech he explained why-th-e Joononter penumbra, 10:29 colored people should jibt support shadow, 11:40; middle of eclipse, McKinlcy: " There wcrc "about 300' 1:20; moon leaves shadow, 2:52; people at the meeting and out of this leaves penumbra' 4:10. " number about 22o signed tho pledge to vote for Bryan and Sewall. . Can't Sell Louisville HeWspapcrs. This is tho largest political meetDr. G. W. Young says he was rid- ing ever held in this county on a two ing on the Knoxville branch of the days notice. Much interest was L. & Xi.vlast week, and called on a shown and the Democrats are very newboycfor an Enquirer. The well pleased with the result of ,tho newsboy stated as lie handed it over meeting! 'Another meeting was that if lie would read it he would bo called for next Thursday night Let around shortly and give him a the good work go on, boys, Hurrah Courier-Journor Commercial for for Bryan and Sewall ! it. Dr. Young wanted to know why lie would give one of those papers for Mountain Scenery. the Enquirer. The boy said that lie "There is always something going could not sell the Louisville papers on at Estill. A day or two ago a parnow, that he could not get enough ty, amongst whom were Dr. A. J. Enquirers and that he would make Walker, H. A. Cannon and J. B. money to swap if he, the Doctor, had Graham, of Lexington, accompanied no objections. Tire Doctor being a Prof. H. S. Williams, of Yale silver man and anxious for the an eminent geologist, to Mt. spread of the good news agreed To Henry, which overlooks the springs the exchange as soon as he could and all the country in broad expanse road it. before it to Richmond, Winchester rrcr."0 t t r ;-- s '- -- Vice-Presiden- ts. o, throughout to thrust your country into not merely the jrolil standard, but the stmightcst gold monometallism. Those of us who have been ardent workers here for international bimetn!-ishave found i u wives at all points crossed and defe.ite-- by Mr. Cleveland's, W:3orh actions and Mr. L'levi hind's emissaries. He has sent Mr. Atktson over here on a fpecial mission to try and persuade those in tlia present cabinet such men as Mr. Chaplain and Mr. Balfour that they w.ere "cranks' that the concurrent legal tender of the tho two metals 10:15am Discussion was iiri practicable. Mr. Balfour's diffiCulturJ." culties within Lord Salisbury's Cabinet (Quties of parentsVtjU fcachore.) By great. They were RevJiG. W. Smith", DiD., Richmond, were in any case very made infinately greater by the ridicule With a better understanding of the ? i ; poured on the whole project of currency Ky.j nature of the many phys10:45 a m Discussion ''Biblical reform by Mr. Cleveland, Mr. J. Sterling. ical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts Work-ers.- ". Training' of Sunday-SchoMorton, Mr. Hoke Smith, and others. rightly directed. There is comfort in . The speeches and absurd letters of those the knowledge, that so many forms of dis(a) Of what does It consist? gentlemen were six months ago to be Mckness arc not dueato any actual ease, but simply to constipated condi(b) How may it be secured?- found in many of our daily papers. tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt11:15am Discussion ;"Why So impossible had become the posily removes. should Conventions be held?" tion (and in this connection I know of remedy with That is why it is the only millions of families, and fs (a) Helpfulness to weaker schools. what I am writing) of those members everywhere esteemed so highly by all (b) Purposes an Educator. at "Washington, that who value good health. Its beneficial of cur fact, that it is the latyiai we for the time uave up the effects are due to thepromotes internal 3IDSIC. SINGING. " j, one remedy which in- - the revolt ggle. I rejoice, then, cleanliness without debilitating the 11:45 p m Tho Ideal Sunday-schois eacber,by R?JR. Burnnm, Richmond, ; ilie Democratic party, and I venture organs on which it acts.toItget therefore all important, in order its benei say, also, that should that party be ficial effects, to note when you purPressuccessful in electing a artiAdjournment for refreshments, ident and Congress before Mr. Cleveland chase, thatisyou have the genuine Calicle, which manufactured by the iwhich will be furnished on the goes out of the White House an inter- fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by ..i-all reputable druggists. 'I JJiUUUUH. l. national arraugement will have been If in the enjoyment of good health, w tfT''T'JE 'TtT?'Dl'rt1r secured. and the system is regular, laxatives or X' J.kSS.l are If i The Rothschilds here the wealthy other remedies any then not needed. one afflicted with actual disease, t 1 :00 p m Prayer. Sopg. investors in every capital in Europe may be commended to the most skillful Growth or could not afford to sit still and see your physicians, but if in need of a laxative, the Kingdom," J. H. Armstrong, country "go it alone." Europe will re- one should have the best, and with tho everywhere, Syrup of Charleston, W. Va; . spond to your spirited initiative. If the Figs stands highest and is most largely ; . pledges itself to immediate used and gives most general satisfaction. music. United States 1 :30 a.m The Normal Class Drill, free coinage. I emphatically believe by H. M. Penli'iman, Toledo", O. that M. Meline. on behalf of France, will "We here are offer free mintage. . Pledges for pledged to reopen the Indian mints, Lick Springs where they have been 2:00 p m Conference "How best while the delegates to the recent confer- spending a few weeks. Retain Young Men In Sunday-School- ence at Brussels, which I attended, gave Mrs. E. M. Dickson, of Paris, Led by Rov. 'Elmer Allon us every encouragement to hope that came up Thursday to visit her father, Bess of Danville, Ky. ? Germany, Austria, and Russia would, in Rev. Dr.Blanton. She was just home (a) The distaste for Suniiay-schoo- l. the eveut of free coinage in tfie United from Mackinac Island. Its cause. States and France, agree to purchase a Mr. Waller Bennett and wife, nee (b) How it may bo removed. large quantity of silver annually to swell Burnam, were expected home, last money. To purchase their 2:30 p in Difficulties in tho it, I may add, if they can get hold of the night, from their extensive European , ., . districts. metal at all. Believe me, with much re- African and Asiatic tour. 3:00 pm gard, yours very faithfully. VisitaMiss Mary Pattio, who has been in Moreton Frewen. (signed) tion and Home Class Dept. Cincinnati studying music, has reTo Hon. G. G Merrick, Denver, Col. 3 :30 p m Address "Does it Pay?" turned and will teach classes in both by Dr. E. S. Boswell.Smithfleld, Ky. vocal and Instrumental music. The State Convention meets in Miss. DaUgherty, of New Albany, Owensboro, Aug. p All duly m Intl., is at Hotel Glyndon, a guest of 1 hor brother, Mr. Dan Daugherty, accredited delegates will be entertained free in, Owensboro, provid Superintendent Water & Light Co. ed they send thelr'names to S. W. Miss Mary Sullivan Is in LexingMiss Jennie Ford, of the RichBedford, Owensboro, not later than ton. public school, is spending vaAug. 24. You will be required to is at Mal-lor- mond Mrs. P. H. Sullivan cation with her sister, Mrs. E. show your credentials before securof Elkin. Winchester Deming entertainment. Ask your county Attorney Hugh Riddle, of Irvine, ocrat. president for credentials. is in town. Dr. Foreman, of New Orleans, has .' J. H. Akjistronq, Miss Mary Logan, of Louisville, is come to Kentucky to spend some Acting Pres., Madison county. visiting friends in this city. time with his son, Mr. T. T. ForeDr. Smith's Death. M- -. E. V. Elder will go to New York man, of Lexington. Lexington The fearfully sudden death on last this week ior new dry goods. Thursday, August 13th, of Dr. Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brooks, of RichMrs. Mary Williamson has returnagain demonstrates that in the midst ed from a trip through Virginia. mond, and Mrs. Joseph Murray, of of life Ave are in death. Just before Mrs. W. D. Oldham and children St. Louis, were guests this week of noon he was on the streets in apparcounty. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Brooks. - Paris ently good health, butreinarked that are visiting in Montgomery Kentuckian-CitizeMr. Preston Eastin, of Lexington, he felt a pain in his chest. At dinMr. Green C. Igo, mnnngor, of m 1 f -- i iii I ! ' . il ; -' f i . ' -- . 1 livestock. Livo stock is still reported in a good X idition- - The only complaints on the" !:ircof health is some influenza amonf. ijoisea in Caldwell rouuty. Probably ewer reports of Hog Cholera are receiv-i(t- l (ion usual, but wh.it is lacking ii lumbers is made up in virulence. Flie no mported as more imi.0)'ing than ev sr before. These pests have increased it fetich a rate in the past few years tha' hey feriously menace the maintenanct f a thrifty condition of cattle during tht varin months. Ifo practical remedy fori lestroying them or mitigating their an aoyance seems to have been devised. QMunifluinriiiiYii1!. iiwIiUllJilKflljiiyifViiw KT. .A.X shyiuej n TEHH. a fin 1 ll ! . City and jnburban Ufa combined. Etettric can 10 "ThelrfelCwlWwHomeort-eSoaUi." door. Mignlftcriit Park of U aero. Extraordinary healthXuInMa. Ubt School taught by akUIed pecIalUU. Diploma conferred by 8ehool. Stereoptiron illustration!. Amateur photography. Mimic. nmurpawed. Elerated and rnnobling influence and association!. Tern removArt and Elocntlon able. Handsome illutrated book, describing "BeaaUTsU Belmoat," and ot- -r Collega UUraturt I Silaa Hood. teat free on application. ,D.I...B - Sc - t. 1 XlMHena.. pr ,. J) YfilfflmilKMiM 31st session opens September 10th. FOR YOUNC LADIES. T,Ht)moBe-ponf6ilityiChristl- kn r Gladness Comes and health record. the study of Music. Dressmaking, etc practical education Unsurpassed climate, location, buildings, ecraipment ElectiYe courses. High standard of frradnation. Best facilities for Art, Literature, languages. Elocution. Physical Cultnre. Stenosrranhr. Nasbrille offers advantages in lectures, concerts and opportunities of to e found only in tne larger ctucs. for uinjuaica cat rogue, address - Uivjl A gMVi-inme- 1 ol er raauc mmrj r A C! .ili4I -.' " 5.Eai v -- well-informe- W'j?, ..;,. n er ay se 25-2- r' .PERSflNALSS. U. Wilkes Morgan, Quis-enberr- PRIVATESCHOOL. Gn-zett- Tuesday, s. Sept. 1st. nt n. l3TT very-sever- e St-Pa- t 13 Har-j.iilslmr- U. in-M- X "V lEx-Govern- or l's X-ra- .I ay It ts. n, ss ke - anaof r to con-jrro.- ss, p 9-- ly ,... ns 9-- In few-hou- mother-in-law- Wise-mantow- I. Jerseafyeibrood se 9-- jje-co- -- l Okvie ay ay w-a- t -- o-comes I horn, b - i -- r. WWllrN1 -- ." ii ia 'r "i.)L.. w-.- tarced ym- K 9ir3ini!?ri.?, I F0R20 lain anu. if miiiilrlf S' (!& innpiu , et-le- :sp- - w- - WnU - - fWlpr n y-- a?fc-i!SS- Ee.s J, - -- " - P Mr J KENTUCKY- f or t& ?!' --- " BOY'S BODY -- t 11 -- 11 t j It if ir - HEWS. UMt Kwa From JUI Conmoawealtb. Puii Terribly Lacerated !Jf - COLORED BAPTISTS. TfceCburch llu Grown Since 2869, Until ?- -' It Now HambersvJS.OOa. Xkxisotox. Ky., Aug. 17. The. Gen- eral Association of Colored Ilaptists, in essloa here, has elected the following officers for the ensuing year; Moderator, Rev. C & Bates, Louisville; assistant moderators, Itev. J. F. llum-n- s, Covington, and Kcr. R. II. C. 'jWitchcll, Henderson; recording secretary, "William IL Steward, Louisville; corresponding Micrctary, Kcv. V. II. Craighead, Louisville; treasurer, llcv. .E. P. Mars, Louisville The association was established in the year 18C9 in the same church in "which the annual meetings have since beeu held. It had then 12,020 members representing 50 churches, and has now increased to 72,000 members representing 400 churches. It operates the State university at Louisville, aided by the Colored Baptist Women's Educational association, organized 1 1 years ago. NOTED OUTLAW Captured In CatlrtUbargr.Kj-.- . After Desperate Struggle. Ky., Aug. 17. Early Sunday morning the ofliccrs learned that Dave Justice, the noted outlaw, had returned to town, and they at onco attempted to locate him. He was found Charity organization, returned Friday from Ilarrodsburg, where she caused the arrest of Miss Kate Hanna, charging her with inhuman treatment of Ambrose Quiscnbcrry, a lad who "had been plaecd in Miss Ilanna's charge by the charily organization. The boy camo here Thursday with his little body black and blue and lacerated in a most horrible manner as the result of a severe whipping he claimed had been administered by Miss Hanna. Mrs. Scott retained Col. Gaither. of Ilarrodsburg, and Messrs. Hronston and Allen, of this city, as counsel for the charity organization. The trial comes up next Wednesday in Ilarrodsburg. Suit for heavy damages will 1ms instituted cgainst Miss Hanna. Mrs. Scott had the lacerated body photographed Friday afternoon and will use the picture as evidence after the wounds have healed. NEW PENSIONS. A LWt of Hentncklans TV:.o Have lleen Mnilc Happy. Washington, Aug. 15. The. follow- By a Whip rhoto-Braphas Evidence. Lkxington, Ky., Aug, 15. Mrs. Walter Scott, president of the. Lexington ed ty, was mysteriously murdered at his home Wednesday night, llis'wlfesays she went to bed with him aboui 10:30 o'clock, leaving tho lamp burning. About 11 she was awakened by the crying of the baby, and saw blood on her husband. She spoke to him and found that he was dead. A butcher knife which was lying in the window when they went to bed was by his side. There was a big gash on the side of the neck, whi&h had severed the large blood vessels of the neck and tho cervical portion of the spin.il column. It is not known that Dunn had any enemies or had had trouble with any one. The verdict of the coroner's jury tvas that he came to his death by being cut by some sharp, heavy instrument by an unknown assassin. The affair is shrouded in mystery. -- HIS THROAT CUT. Xlte Wife Staco'vera'TIer Hosband Dead In Bed at Ilcr Side. GEonCETOwx, Ky., Aug. 14. Levi Dunn, Jiving near Sadievillc, this coun- ' WOOD DUNLAP . . Resigns Ills Seat In the legislature C.iyep Him la IIU Contest 'With .Moses Kaufman. FrankfohV, Ky., Aug. 13, Gov. "' - - - RESTRAINING ORDER ing pensions for Kentucky people were granted Friday: Original Wood Conway, Raleigh. Original Widow Margaret 1 indatc, Newport. Tho Injunction Dissolved. 15. When the board of aldermen met Friday night to contirue their impeachment proceedings against the board of safety, they and placed under arrest, but refused to accompany the ofliccrs and tried to cutthcmund fought like a wild man. At last he was overpowered, and tit took four men to take him to jail. He was beaten up badly. One of the ofliccrs attempted to shoot him, but was prevented from doing so by a bystander. Justice is the only surviving one of the five who were in the Faulk ner and Justice shooting, which took place here several years ago. lie was thot several times but recovered. UNRULY FUPIL Cninhrs Teacher Skull and I In Turn Stabbed In the Right Lnnc. IViNCiiESTEK, Ky., Aug. 17. l'rof. James Henry Crow, teacher of the public school at Vienna, this county, and two of his pupils, Troy and I'hiL I'uck-ct- t, Louisville, Ky., Aug. w ere J served with restraining orders by the sheriff of the county. A dispatch from the aldermen's attorney in Frankfort received before the meeting was called to order, said tho injunction against the aldermen had been dissolved. The trial will be taken up Saturday morning. Conductor Decapitated. MiDDLKsnouo, Ky., Aug. 15. Edward Harlow, conductor on freight train No. 00 of the L. and N. railroad, was A Toney Thursday afternoon granted an order rcstriining the board of aldermen from proceeding with the impeachment of the board of safety, pending the final hearing of the motion for a writ of prohibition, which is set for September 7. Mayor Todd has advised the members of tho board of aldermen to disregard Judge Toney's order. The board adjourned the impeachment proceedings Monday until Friday night, and it is generally conceded that if they attempt to go ahead with the trial Judge Toney will send them to jail for contempt of court. THROWN FROM P. Against the Impeachment of the Louisville Hoard ot .Safety lssncd.a Louisville, Ky., Aug. 14. Judge HIS BUGGY. Hio Son of W. brothers, aged 10 and IS got into a difllculty which may result in the death jf two of the party. Troy I'uckctt struck Crow on the head with a stone, fracturing the skull, and was himself 6tnbled through the right lung and in the region of the heart by Crow. lTickett is thought to be dying of liiti wounds nnd the chances arc against The the reeoiery of l'rof. Crow. trouble was caused by the teacher reprimanding the boys for n hilling on the benches. FUNERAL. A Member of Lrilnctoii'n Society Tastes Away, Aged Ninety. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 17. Jacob White, a member of Lexington's Centenarian club, wus buried here Sunday afternoon .by the Odd Fellows. The deceased was 90 years old, and for 60 thrown between two cars at Norton Hill, near Norton, Va., Friday. His head was decapitated, death being instantaneous. His home is at Corbin. Ky, Kentucky Convict I'arole I.nxr. FitAiiKFOBT, Ky., Aug. 15. Attorney General Taylor will file an action larly in September to test the constitutionality of the convict parole law in this state. The law has been suspended since 1801, when Gov. Itrown questioned its validity Hurt In n Hunanay. Louisa, Ky., Aug. 15. l'rof. J. F. Welch, president of Kebeline institute, Hcbelinc, La., who is spending his vacation here, w as thrown from a buggy ry, N.Alllband, a wealthy carriage and wagon manufacturer, went driving Thursday behind a vicious young horse, which took fright at a threshing machine. It ran away, completely demolishing the vehicle, and threw the occupant to the ground with such violent force that his injuries may prove mortal. IIo was teercly cut about tho face and body and is thought to have fracture of the skull. Water Company Sued. OwENsnoito, Ky., Aug. 14. George W. Jolly filed suit against the Owens-bor- o non-payme- nt Atllbnnd, of Mcholas-vlll- e, Ky., Dancerotnly Hurt. NiciiOLAsvii.LE, Ky., Aug. 14. Har- CENTENARIAN CLUB by a runaway horse and severely jured. Dead at tho Ago of 00. in- years had been a member in good standing of the Friendship lodge, Xo 5, I. O. 0. F., of this city. The Centenarian club is composed of six remaining members, including Mrs. Grave, mother of Cashier James M. Graves, of the City national bank; Mrs. Robinson, Mr Sattcrwhite, of this county, and three other. Mr. White was one of the youngest members of the club, the eldest being 04 Lkxington, Ky., Aug. 15. .Jacob White, aged 00, died here. He had been a citizen of Lexington for 75 years, and was engaged in the grocery business for half a century. I'nrilonod. FKANKFOItT. Kv., Aug. 15. Gov. Itradley Friday xnornin;' pardonM William Coffee, a two-veto:iict. from Wavne count . GForcttniTi (i.tis Vi . GronGKTOWN. K"., Aug. 1." An election was held Friday to ilrc'tle for !ccl option. A imjority of "'J was g ven for license S- tl.n Hind Kllld. Mimv.vi, Ky.. Aug. 15. Hugh Stuik-e- r, an L. and N. rai'roTd fection hand, fell from a hand car Fridav and was CofTro sr Water Co., restraining it. from turning off the water from his premises by reason of of He tendered the charges made. :. mount fixed by ordinance, which was icfiised, the company demanding the tates fixed by it. A citizens' committee is seriously contemplating a suit rgainst the water company to compel It to furnish purer w ater to the inhabitants. Tho water is terrible as now furnished. Fool-Roo- m William ' Covington, Ky., Aug. 14. At 4:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon Detective (iafTney, of Covington, Ky., arrested Jharles Uolinger, J. D. Cowan, Henry TJogcn and M. D. Cavanaugh, employes of Simonton's Second street and brought them before County Judge Stephens. They were placed vnder G2.000 bonds for their appearance Friday morning. Mark Simonton and Collector Davezac sigued the bonds. pool-roo- Raided. others badly hurt Section Foreman J. n. Qninlan and four other men left Torrent on a hand car shortly after the noon hour to gc to their work. A steep down grad sets in just beyond TorreDt, and wher the car reached this the men at tht handles stopped pumping and nllowcc the car to gravitate down the track. The speed increased with every revolution of the wheels, and by the time tho tall trestle across Walker creek was reached the car wus going at a fearful rate. 'lhc men tried to npply the brakes, M'CREARY READY but they failed to work, and when midTo Take the Stump for tho Chicago Ticket way of the trestle the car jumped tho Tho Kentucky Canipnlgn. track and with the men fell on the Lexington. Ky., Aug. 13 The dem- rocks 50 feet below. Edward Sparks ocratic state central committee meets and Marion Chattman were instantly Thursday at noon at the Phoenix hotel killed. John Chattman, brother of to confer with Chairman P. I'. Johnson Marion, was horribly mangled and can on" the result ol the interview with live only a few hours. Foreman National Chairman Jones, and also Quinlan and his son, M kc Quinlan, to formally launch the cam- were seriously Injured and their recovpaign Secretary ery is doubtful. AH tho parties lived Kentucky. in Cochran.of the state central committee, at Torrent and all except young QuinWednesday received a letter from Hon. lan had familios. James It. McCreary in answer to a letBITTER FEELING ter from Chairman Johnson asking his assistance in the campaign. Mr. Mc- Against Leroy Osborne, Who Is Taken to Creary vouchsafes his heartiest the Scene of the Crime. and most enthusiastic support to the "Versailles, Ky., Aug. 11. Lcroy state central committee and is ready Osborne, a white man, aged 20, was to take the stump for tho Chicago arrested near here Monday by Sheriff ticket. Jones, of Richmond. OsThomas borne is wanted for attempting a SENTENCE COMPLETED. criminal assault upon Mrs. Eflie SimpTho Boy Who Killed Nino Men Liberated son, the wife of Leads Simpson, From the Penitentiary. on the 22d of Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 13. Sam a Garrard county farmer, been in purJuly. The officers havo Kirk, sent up from Floyd county in suit of him ever since. The feeling 1S78 for 21 year.s, went out of the against him in Garrard is reported to Wednesday, penitentiary having to was served every day of his term, with be very intense. Henight taken Osborne; Monday time for good behavior computed, Richmond several days ago, and was which makes his active service a came here James C. Graves, a. in little more than nineteen years. Ho v the employthof time 0f big nrrest 0t t was a mere boy of 12 years when he came to the penitentiary and he had a Brown Will Run for Congress. , narrow escaped from being hanged. He Louisvim.e, Ky., Aug. 11. .was charged with tho murder of nine John Young Brown has signified his men. During his long sentence he has to accept the nomination of never violated a pHson rule. Only one willingness the free silver democrats for congress or two prisoners have served longer from this district. , than he. Kentucky Baptists. DEADLY DRUG McKinnev, Ky., Aug. 11. The South Taken By & Young Wife Causes Her Death, Kentucky Baptist association, representing over 2,000 communicants, will Near Corinth, Ky. Corinth, Ky., Aug. 13. Dcsmie Dun-ga- convene hero at 10 o'clock Tuesday-mornina farmer living near here, returned to his home from a nearby field Garrard County Teachers. and found his young wife lying dead in Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 11. The Garthe yard before the door. rard County Teachers' institute conIhe coroner was summoned and de- vened here Monday morning. A numcided that she had met death from tak- ber of distinguished instructors are. ing cedar oil to prevent approaching present Dr. Robinson said she maternity. Ten Cases of bmallpox at Paducah. took at least an ounce of the drug and was probably at once taken with conPaducah, Ky., Aug. 11. There are vulsions. Her forehead was bruised ten cases of bmallpox in the eruptive and scalp cut, evidently from having hospital here. Three cases have defallen out of the doorway into the veloped siuce Saturday. yard. Itesultor an Old Feud. Ex-Gu- v. Ex-Go- v. Bradley has received a (letter from Hon. Wood Dunlap, of Lexington, resigning his scat in the Kentucky legislature? given him in 'his contest with Moses Kaufman, a. Rlackburu democrat, by a partisan vote during the prolonged deadlock. Dunlap refused to take his scat, and resigns, so that Gov. llradley may order a special election in November to fill the vacancy. It is understood that special elections In every district where a vacancy has occurred will be ordered. The republicans hope, with the assistance of the gold democrats, to C3rry tho legislature, but if they arc not able to elect a republican, they will elect Secretary Carlisle, according to the reported combination. Others Badly Hurt. Winchester, Ky., Aug. 11. A fearful accident happened on the Lexington & Eastern railroad, one mile east of Torrent, about one o'clock Monday afternoon, in which two men were killed, another fatally injured and two PLUNGE H Taken by a Hand Car With Five JlenJTwo Killed, Onn Fatally Injured and Two FIFTY-FOO- T ttm IS MtFCMt vigoremen told j-FIR- :-- :''. Eiifff ,AUf . PwiuMilj leslQreiJ. Ta VTlt- NMMmri TWM1W WmaAmnfa Tim .XT'fltll' WMtln Vtnat andll Wwtnam rMoltiac ' TtKatAl.lltlMCo,8uFoJ,Xlaa. by W. G. White. Druggest, Richmond, Ky. Hmm - ?" it. . z WN r '" 9. E FIRE FIRE I OUR ENTIEE STOCK OF S ) ( BARCAIN COUNTER CLOTHING, BUY " Cut Dawn GOODS, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must (t oe ciosea out, ax- Expenses." A woman Iknows what a bargain really Is, She knows better than a man. PLUG Come and get bargains. is now going on. Our sale 9) ) "BATTLE AX" is selected every time by wives who btry tobacco for their husbands. They select it because it is an honest bargain. It is the biggest in size, the smallest in price, .and the' best in quality. The 5 cent piece its almost as large as the JO cent piece of other high grade brands. Millinprl A "".i.vj ?b v faeri iuiyuti;. vivui. Rfinc RICHMOND. 9) (o ) 0) HENRY-KLEIN-l-SON.s 210 MAIN STREET, KY. (9 9) KIlitAJLiSliiaiaB "The groves were the Lords First ples Before men ever learned to hew or Cleave the architrave." Bryant. -Tem- n, til "liilli Bui" S) stap! c and Fancy Groceries. Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. Canned Uoods. Salt by the Barrel. Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Green GroceriestSrCoiaa andsee me - Shis Lick Camp Meeting - LllTHM BEST .MADE Unique, efficient, labor saving. "Will sprinkle 4 times greater area than Ky., on lino of L. it N. 15. It. 17 miles south of Richmond, will begin on Near Berea, Matlison county Thursday, August 20 SO, 5 any others. Highest award at the Chicago Exposition. if FOUR MEN KILLED fe. BT was silling whisky, and a la ge number of horse traders got Into a fight, in which two Harrison brothers and two Wliitt brothers were instantly killed, nd two others, w hose names arc unknown, "were wounded, one scvcrelv and the other slightly. , Kitra Session of the LTgldlaturc Covington, Ky , Aug. 17. W. II. Lyons, of Xcvcport; George Licberth, of Newport, and lien Graziani, of Coving!"- members of the late Kentucky legislature, say that a special .session must bo called. They expect to such a call soon. The state's finances are in a bad shape, and some legislation is needed to preserve the state's credit. an-bvi- cr And TtroWonnded Near n Camp Meeting Ground In Klllott County. GliAYeoN, Ky., Aug. 17. At a church association camp meeting, on the Little Sandy river, in Elliott county, 20 miles south of this place, four men were killed and two wounded. Near the av eociation ground a man named Spiccr killed. Louisa, Cynthia Clevcngcr was killed by lightning on George's creek, this county. She had been out to milk the cows and was returning to the house when struck. Death resulted instantly. The body showed but slight marks from the Btroko. Neck and Neck. Killed hy Lightning. Ky." Aug. 17. Miss London, Ky., Aug. 17. Unofficial returns from the 17 counties of the Eleventh Congressional district indicate that it will require the official count to decide the republican nomination for congressman between John D. White and Congressman Colson. ritANKFOKT, governor of Louisiana his report o.i the Italian lynching nor i, it cyr jcted f&r some days. It appo- er.. , fa7 that the Ital'-- " aroused ;;.... .irou . has had to terminate his vacation and is now on his w iy from liar Harbor to a.hing-to- n in oruer to sec the report as c irly as possible and commence negotiations to secure redress. l'lood and I'irr. Lafayette, Ind., Aug. 15 A rain and wind storm caused a damage of 515,000 at Clark's HilL lhc streets and cellars w ere flooded, trees uprooted and houses unroofed. Lightning caused the destruction by Arc of the residences of Edward Campbell, John Thompson and William Irons. None of the men carried any insurance to speak of. No fatalities are reported. Thctnmcstorm caused the partial destruction of crops in that neighborhood. Terr'hle Floods Near Itomhay. London, Aug. 15. Adispatch from Bombay to a news agency says that terrible floods have occurred through the overflowing of the river Kistna. The damage to property is immense, and thousands of persons have been rendered homeless, their houses having been swept away. Two hundred persons were drowned by the sinking of a boat near Tatara. The overflowing water from the river has washed cut a b aeh seven miles long in the Nizam of Hvde Ilabads railway. a The I. o thing o' Those I:allans. Washington, Aug. 15. The state deptrtment has not received from the Senator William Lindsay suffered something like a collapse from overheat at his lesidencc here Wednesday night and was an nlarmingly sick man all night. He' was much better Thursday morning, and at noon was asleep and was considered ut of dan-;c14. Wed-nesdaj -- Fkajjkfoiit, Ky., Aug. Scnntor Lindsay Out of Danger. Aged Couple Marry. Jackson, Ky., Aug. 13. An aged couple were married on Quicksand creek, lour miles above here. The groom, W. J. Whittakcr, is S4 years of ace, and the bride, Mrs. Susan liailey, three limes a widow, is past 70. She is the fourth bride led to the altar by Mr. Whittakee. The groom has grandchildren of tho fourth generation. Maysville, Ky., Aug. 13. Gen. La. Rue Thomas was nominated for congress on the cighty-fiftballot by the h and a man named Recce shot each oii-near Collhisworth. At lastaceounts both were still living. An old feud was the cause. Thomos Nominated for Congress. Rerea, Ky., Aug. 13. Dave Baker And (continue through Sunday, August cr They Dallied Poison. Lavrencebuko, Ky., Aug. 13. Silas Thompson and daughter, of this county, who were two of tho 11 poisoned on milk at the Drury home in Woodford Ninth district democratic couveutiou Wednesday. THE MARKETS. uu ,lVlnter patent, MSO&a&o. do fancy. 00; do family. flMaiSO. extra, 11803. low grades, tl 60.Jl.7J; spring patent, do fancy, 13.1333 33; do family. ClNCUtKATI. AU(J. 15. 1S. Preaching by Kev. Geo. Stuart, of Tennessee, assisted by the leading divines of the Kentucky Conference of the M E. Church South. Nice comfortable cottages, ample auditoruui, beautiful shade and plenty of good sulphur water. Special excursion traiim Good music by trained choir. Hold accommodations on the grounds Come and enjoy a week's rest from buiuvsj and housekeeping juuLjOlOEwU bijiod in J'P'fJJBfmation, the v- --' price of cutuiv, vu.., address Sale 6-- Lick Camp MeTini5 Co., r. A Elmore Gray, d nd farm' Abandoned the Project. ignment ingSa;.. Vekpaili.es, Ky.Auir. 13 Samuel Tuesday to James t . . - Asssts Montgomery. ' Che drug clerk, who nboutSC.OOO. liabilities, S4.003. j started seven weeks ago to walk to Died From tho Heat. San Francisco on a wager, returned Hopkinsville, Ky., Aug. 12 James here. He walked as far as Lincoln, Powell, a wealthy citizen, died suddenNeb , and found that he could not finly at his home, near White Plains, from ish the trip in the contracted time and I he effects of prostration, aged about abandoned the proj ect. iorty-eigyears. A Good Italn at LouisIlle. Oil car I'inevllle. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 13. Two Pineville, Ky., Aug. 12 Coal oil In Inches of rain fell in Louisville and paying quantities was struck at a vicinity between the hours of two and depth of G50 feet in a w ell bored by F. four o'clock Wednesday, morning. It A. Hull fc Co., six miles north of here was the first relief from the hot wave Tuesday morning. which has roasted this city for 10 days. The storm did not extend out in Files Suit for Divorce. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 12. Mrs. An- - the state. Ktie Gibbons Tuesday filed suit for di Prisoners Kscnpo Jail. vorce from Thomas M. Gibbons, of Bowling Green, Ky., Aug. 13. Last Danvi le, Ky., whom she claims desert- midnight 10 of the prisoners coned her in 1893. fined in the county jail made their escape by sawing the large iron A Trader Heatlly InvoHed. bars of a window. Five of this number Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 12. R. A. a farmer and trader, has as- returned to jail, and the officers are in signed to J. I. Hamilton, lhc indebt- hot pursuit of thp others. edness amounts to 525,000, with assets of 15,000. Whisky Was the CauHC. ht Mo-Gra- th, Veksaii les ivcniu turned home. The married dat of Mr. Thompson.who was ln; dead, has recovered also-- ' last week, have fully recovered and -- . Bekea, Madison' 9 Co , Ky. 5.5033.83, J2.C083. WutUTSales: Rejected red. track. 10c: rejected red. track. c; Na 3 red. track, STc; No. 3 red, track. 11 Ha. Cokn Sales: White ear. track, 2Hic; not raised, track, SOo: No. 2 whtto, track. So: No. 2 mixed, track, J5c; No. 2 yellow, track, 23c. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, tie: rejected mixed, track. 10c: hot mixed, track, 13ot No-- 3 mixed, track, 16Hc Hogs Choice packeM' and prlmo butcbers. rough, fi40i7J: light fhlppcra, S3,153.S0; common to fair pigs. t2.73O3.10i Cattle Heavy steers, fair to good. $3.63 4 1.3: choice, ft 20S1. 23; butchers, good medium. E115a3,S), mixed packers. t3.00&3.10; good to. cbolco Cls fat hogs. t2.85Q3.10: common and sa5&13; extra. JH3S3 75; M.23; 12. The mercury again reached 07 degrees in Louisville Tuesday. There were three deaths and 17 prostrations in the city. Louisville, Ky.. Aug. Another Hot Day In Louisville. Washington, Aug. 15. ?he cruiser John L. Raleigh New York e Wigginton, a prisoner from join Adin.left for squadron I'riday to llunceb' at HampML Sterling, was paroled by Gov. Jiradlcy. He was sent up for murder, ton Roads. forThe fleet is expectcc1 to sail another week's evolutions but the state's attorney recommended Saturday sea, after which New York will be his pardon, as he said he had grave at rendezvous until Li Hung Chang's the doubts of his guilt. ai rival. Shooting at Frankfort. A handsome bronze btatuc of her Fhankfort, Ky., Aug. 17. Dick Murphy accidentally shot Levi Wade majesty Queen Victoria, has been preSunday with an old musket, and so sented to the city of London, by Sir Allacerated his right arm that it had fred Sealc Hjslam. It was unveiled a to be taken off at the shoulder, and he few dayspgoby theduke ol Cambridce. may die. Both arc colored men and live An Ice mine In Frankfort. in this city. Fhankfout, Ky., Aug. 14. There is Uncle Hilly Moore lead. another ice famine in Frankfort, and Catt.ettsiiuko, Ky., Aug. 17. Uncle it is difficult to secure a pound o't ice. Bills Moore died Saturday evening at The local ice companies have broken his heme above here. He was about 7 down and Frankfort is compelled to years old and one of the pest known get such ice as she can from Lexington. men in Eastern Kentucky. This at present has not been sufficient to supply the demand. life-tim- Oat on I'arolc. Aug. Tho Raleigh Leavv for New York. K, 17. London, Aug. 12. Sir Donald A. Smith, Canadian high commissioner in London, had an interview with Li Hung Chang, the special envoy of the emperor of China, Tuesday afternoon and on behalf of the government of the Dominion of Canada, invited him to visit Canada as the guest of the country. Li Hung Chang accepted the invitation and added that he had been looking forward to a visit to Canada with great interest. Claims a Large Fortune. LI Hung Chang to Visit Cnnada. ATTRACTIVE FIGURES come good fccallh I i ciiijiyscrn wuru a woman has perfect hea'lli.l.c- face and Figure show it. The pain iui moruer ano - V A J All . x . i .jwom&nktDd t mmm rwi m -x'flAT fr '4ir.i. iintt. 'II Mhemstlvrs sect as wen as leit Dnil eyts blctch j id ot sailr-- r face una tonn fol'.o item TU i the time v tun Jilt rg!t reiur dv Dr pjrrce'i raaVt 3afis rrctn.ter thtl there's U2 ttlp yea. -- FEMALE fMigtmcr.ts., wr&knessrs, iritgukrititi ,nd iitCJiso peccliir to the Stx Fct yocn jtrb jus! cntencg woman ktod; wotr.ac at thi critic! "change of Mff i and vtr voati who is "juti-i"r- ' overworked, it's something to buft ' uj. aui gtlitas tbi tyslcra, una rtg'j la'titad rrrni'.iei 1 s erj proper function quttt.r.j; ootLtt.g ttrvtnc It corrects tj.d cures, fcftly icd surely til ttof-'icatt de ti&n slr-- r Prftii, medicine that EAKNCSS." u I B J tailed. I wa Ironblrd will, female di. e in tU wot4 fopa, afGidtd kaeine huut fifteen year I i also troubled fcith centtipatios lo rinf-- i ia tay nerrutu lth Ki PnoK Iiamakd, cf MilortL Pnnce Ed. vara io, w.i . lamaaa. n!e i "A few yean as? y Uta ijeiaory. pklp4taaa 4c-eeQl- d hd. TKs,Br.tera.lou lMe ttreYf?!inr1 ttril phyrfcun . uo clearly axe ar one and dUg !.?. ttia kled lo'ire ll Mk b'th4 - motility ja." Vea Stibo;tK,wJ--Br..vi- iTtscrtatioB har UAa2tl2S:'!w,I "" MafcU "!too Uruaettc, who has been confined in the Girls' Industrial home as an inmate, has gone to Hanover, Germany, to claim a large fortune. Took Fntal Bith. Bellevue, Ky., Aug. 12. Two boys I libiiicd "White and Doxie. aged abou. nine years, were drowned Tucsdaj nf tcrnoon while bathing in the river at the foot of Patehcn avenue. Doxic's City Held Responsible. body was recovered and viewed by CorHendekson, Ky., Aug. 14. S. U. and oner Tinplev. R. 0. Vance, lawyers, filed suit against New Kentucky I'onliuahterf!. this city for S5.000 damages for alleged Washington, Aug. 12. The followcarelessness of the city's agents in not Lue extinguishing the recent Pythian ing postmasters were commissioned for Kentucky Tuesday: B. F. Cooper, Abibuilding fire, vhich burned the office gail, Robertson county; C. C Patrick, and law library of the plaintiffs. Elk Chester, Fayette county; J. C Lightnings" 8 Freaks. Acrcc, Kimble, Russell county. Lewipbuko, Ky., Ang. 14. LightDeath of MaJ. Yt'nrthlngton. ning struck the side of a storehouse, Louisville, Ky., Aug. 12. Maj. making a hole through the wall 10 feet r long, and at the same time struck a James Cheston. Worthington, of tho Negro's house a hundred yards away, United States army, died here. He tearing out lhc walls separating the was surgeon in charge at Ft Thomas until last December when he was. rooms, Thursday evening. stricken with rheumatism. 15tl llllnd Man and Family Arrested. Thieves' lllg Haul. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Aug. 14. Chief of Midway, Ky., Aug. Police E. Scvey, of Ashland, Ky , dence of John Wise, a 12.Tho resiprominent shoe Thursday evening arrested Alf Jack- merchant, was burglarized of a suit of son, a blind man, his wife and three clothes, a gold w atch and chain, and daughters, charging them with about S5 in Oliver, and notes and paper tinder false pretenses. to the value of nearly S500. Pensioner .Robbed. A Fast Yearling. Richmond, Ky., Aug. 14. J. II. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 12. Another uampton, an agea pensioner, was , phenomenal yearling turned up at the national democratic ticket from that OROUESTHA 15est music and ., robbed of between 50 and SCO by two Ir ir. acuiucK)- - ussuciavion course n. xuesfiay district Dancing Hall in tho State. colored youths, John Noland and Died From Too Much Drink. uiurumg. ne is uy imp. vrucr, ana is Hotel well appointed. Gentry. They were arrested in the stable of Hiram Pierce. Ho did Lawkencebuiso, Ky., Aug. 11. Grand Eivsr Ss Rail later. . Mr. Geo. Slovens. Cleric a quarter in 0:22 flat, James Rirdwhistlc, a colored eniployc ;New Kentucky Postmaster. Prof. Ino. C. Miller, Leader of Postmaster Walker, drank too'much Tnlmage "Will Speak. Washington, Aug. 14. G. U. Gint of Orchestra, 2 NicnOLAFViLLE, Ky., Aug. 12. The whisky Sunday and was found dead was appointed postmaster at Palsgrovc, second camp meeting of the vear will Monday morning. He was locked-inr- a Tree Bowling Alley and COST O cS O. TOTJI'I'i, Franklin county, Ky., vice H. C llar-ro- take'place atlllgh BridgeAugust 23 to room, Sunday nightby relatives. '' Trade. Free KindergarA.TTa-xrsresigned. 23, SO inclusive. Dr. Tnlmairc. Dr. Geo. U. Almost u Centenarian. " ten for children. Fiunkfort KyM Aug. ItMrs. 12. Tire queen of Portugal, the most i Stuart and Sam Jones will be amontr A trained Lady Vocalist.,, Gossett, the venerable mother c'f leautiful crowned head in Europe, has the speakers. Train leaves Winchester, 7' 40 a. fi Justice W. H. Holt, of this city, .u. . - jr.arnest Nominated for Confor the ronnd trip J, 23. Roentgen photographs of the J .taken gress." died here Sunday morning, a scad 03. " This is the most delightful lifno of the waists of her court ladies to demon--Louisville, Ky 'Aug. 13. Tho remains" were taken to Mt.Merlitijj-Monda- y yearto take "a trip 'tliroughforth-Eittt-- l day. 12:00 i strate the evils ot tighlic!ng. 7of the Wednesmorning for burial."" ern" Kentucky and ridoJorr,theptecjd 'fJhio viewiac the three sisterstates Ohio.' day Snorning nominated lion. .Richard CottrOrUeretl Too Sqqb, ' It k .a, trip, V, Earnest of Covinglon for, congress. FosBd Dead in Her Yard. LRXixnTOW."Kv.--. AlwJ II? KnnelT'Tir MentuckhaiidAVuwnis'. tV,'t t.:i .tt .. U.r " 3! w Bijurcinwkr.. "AMir.M2.- -i Tlie rwife Jyon, athonwr Jkaler,th(jlj'rhls astlie i8t is' riiwrp eKm Jor etreryTHOMft&, of DeeialQ Awrtewa'-lfoaB- I "tyin; son ws Dm ouotij-tsnurutsroo,. au SMuaMciM res ueau jw amy jrjncxsicitKHsMr ysartaaB.- sorn wBgwuuy mammfi Qb Lea- - cod&aor hiot,. M I Hr. IMnroH fc dth tanr HBIJK IwB f r Delaware, 0, Aug. 12. nannah secur-ingigoo- known that has ever been offered to the people fully endorsed by- - all who hae Salyi.ersville, Ky., Aug. 11. AnJJOtf'T fJTOP JOBACCO. used it. It invigorates the scalp, reother murder occurred in this county, moves dandruff, stops the hair from fallwhisky being the cause. William I. out, thickens thin hair, and in many Patrick was stabbed in the head by How to Care Yourself While UsiBg It. Benjamin Risner, from which wound cases restores the hair to bald heads. A he will probably die. Tom Higgins, The tobacco habit grows on a man un-1.- 1 reliable hair dressing. Imparts gloss AOR 13. deputy sheriff, went to arrest Risner. Cattlt Receipt 100 head, shipments fair. beauty to the hair and beard, and forces his nervous system is seriously affectpts J.S00 head, shipments 500 he resisted, strlkiug Higgins .when bead: market actlvo and 5c higher; good to rapid growth. Gives comfort to all who ed, impairing health, comfort and happiwith a club. Either Tom Higgins or :ho(co medium and heavy, 83203330; ness- To quit suddenly" is too severe a mixed Charley Arnctt, who was summoned to and heavy picking. t3.10S3.20-- . good to choice use it Discovered and manufactured sliockto the system, as tobacco to any assist in the arrest, fired four shots at light, 13 JO t!37Hc: common light, I1I5339. by Siirrp Good to choice Iambs, f 1503173; vaterate user becomes a stimulant that Risner, killing him instantly. ommon to medlnm lambs, tZ75l2); good to J. U. JfElSOJ, his system continually craves. "Bacc-Cur-o" :ho!co sheep, ti503 00; fair to medium sneep, Cyclone and Cloudburst. is a scientific cure for the tobacco Igxirtoi?, Ky. nenry Ji25?2.50. common sheoD.Jl.0Oai.Ca Vanceburo, Ky., Aug. 11. lubit, in all its forms, carefully Antonc, just back from lower Kinney, Price SI per bottle. For Sale by after the formula of an eminent this county, states that a baby cyclone locality Sunday evenfng. struck that Berlin physician who has used it in his 13 Trees were uprooted, miles of fencing piivate practice siuce 1S72, without a thrown down, corn prostrated, stables failure It is purely vegetable and guar-actre- d overthrown and some houses unroofed. perfectly harmless You can use A cloudburst on Fly creek did great all the tobacco you want while taking damage, plowing up the valley and fill"Since childhood, I have been - FREE SILVER t "JUco-Curoing the road with logs and debris along It will notify you when afflicted with scrofulous boils and you stop. We give a written guarantee the stream from headwaters to mouth. sores, which caused me terrible If you are afraid to lei your money to' cure iennancntly any case w ith three Brecklnrldgo for Senator. Buffering. Physicians were unablo loose, for fear of a depreciated curRichmond, Ky., Aug. 11. boxes, or refund the money with 10 per to help me, and only grew worse I cent, T. W. Fields, of Woodford rency in the future, go to D. I interest. "Baco-Cnro- " is notasub-jsthut- e, inder their care. county, basing his conclusion on a conbut a scientific cure, that cures AIMER'S and put it in Diamond, At length, 1 began versation with Col. Breckinridge, says without the aid of will power and with to tako where it trill be safe, and at the he does not believe the "silver-tongue- d no inconvenience. It leaves the system orator" will run for congress, but M prices lie is offering them, you will as pure and free from nicotine as the will enter the United States senatorial able to realize a proju oil them u race. dajf you took your first chew or smoke. Sarsaparilla, and 50- New Railway In Kentucky. CCIXO BY BACO CUKO AND GAINED THIRTY ,very soon grew bet Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 11. The Lin"x y PILX ter. After usinir coln "Valley Railway Co., of Mt SterPOUNDS. half a dozen bottles ling, with SH,000 capital stock, wna inFrom hundreds of testimonials, the I was completely corporated, with Fred M. Sherman and R7 r! O; H of which are on file and open cured, so that I have not had a boll Alford M. Williamson as chief incorto laspccticn, the following Jb presented: porators. The company reserves tho or pimple on any part of aiy body Cla-rtoright to increase its capital stock. for the last twelve years, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan 28, 1805. can Call to Uold Men. cordially recommend Ayer's SarsaJureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 11. A. R. parilla as the very best blood-puriDCrasse, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty Denny has been appointed chairman of in existence." G. T. ItEixnAirr, yeais I used tobacco in all ils forms. Fur tho gold standard democratic county Jlyersville, Texas. twenty-fir- e rears that committee, and issued a call for a mass io Octobsr 1st. gr-'a- t sufferer fromofgeneraltime I was a debility and convention August 15 to select delegates to the state convention on the heajt disease. For fifteen years I tried 20th inst to C;uit, but coufdn'L I took vari.,na Kentucky Uold Electors. rcmjjdies, among others Fbankfoiit, Tvy., Aug. 11. A letter The Finest WWte Sulphur "Thil Indian Tut imiwi AnlMr.f,. " "nr.1. THE ONLY WORLD'S 7AIS received here by state officers anand ChalybeaitWatcr v le Cliloride of Gold' etc., etc, but none nounces Judges Willis Reeves, Lebof them did me the least bit of goodl anon; W. 11. Hay ward and John D. " iu me World. Cherry Pectoral cwm Cm0 ami CM Fiii.jilyY however, I purchased a box of Wickliffc, Hardstown, as electors on Hoes-Recei-rom-pmiud- ed good to choice mixed. 11232.83. common to flr, L2oS 00; stockers. 12.0033.00. Lambs Extras, J3.4Ji3.00-- . good to choice, M30S5.S3. common to fair. 8!.2S4.00. Veal Calvss Common and large. tXCOQ. 400. fair to good light. t4.2S&5.23: extra, totO, Wool, tTn washed flno merino, 9S10o per lb; quarter-bloo- d clothing, 1213c: medium, delaine and clothing. K!3o. braid, llgCc: medium combing. l,lMa Washed, flno morlco. X to XX. lie: medium clotbtag, 14315c: delaine fleece. 14313c; long combtng, lSQifc; quarter-bloo- d and low, lJ13c; common coarse, 11312c CniCxCO, Aug. 15. Calls on September wheat opened at 6SHe. sold at 33f4c: last prlco 5S$c Puts opened at Uy,c last jinco 54 Wc. Colls on May corn opened at 16 927c, sold at 27a2GXc: lost price 20XS27o. Puts opened at 28Q27e, lost prlco iCXc. 3.23; liUS&aoO; oxen. $1 500163, Ilctrcrs: Good to choice. Kl Go! 83; extra, 14.03, fair to medium. 12 7303 6a Sheep asd Lamm Sheep Extras. 3005 common to ordinary. fair to of exceptional efficiency. The propelling force is supplied by back pressure of water in the arm's causing them to revolve with force and rapidity while at the same time Up throw out a fine spray or mist. Body of sprinkler made of iron made of HAWAIAN HAIR ELIXIR. "painted." Arms and standard20 brass "nickel plated." Body, inches long, 15 inches wide over all. Wheels, 10 THE WONDERFUL HAIR FRQCER. arm inches diameter. Heiuht of tin of head, 13 inches. Total weight, 40 Kunds. The VLittle Giant" Sprinkler received A ITow Discovery For Tho the highest award at the World's ColumLife, Growth and Beauty of the hair aud bian Exposition, Chicago. beard. Doing a wonderful work where- PRR1CE. $15.00. (FREIGHT PAID.) ever used. Causing hair togrow or bald heads and beard on smooth faces. It is LSTEBBMIIWICIIWCCO, a vegetable compounded eutirely harmMt JgtiU ail luitirfvrn, less. Extracted from flowers, fruits and srRcriEL&. uss. plants collected from the temperate and 1'fiti titUi (itrjiltre. tropical regions. CCau be seen in operation at resi-Jenof editor of Climax, The "Little Uhxt" Traveling Lawn an ingenious, efficient, and wonderful machine. Under an ordinary water pressure of 30 pounds or upwanfs it w ill drag 100 feet of garden hose and propel itself slowly and continuously in either a straight line or a circle of any desired diameter, while its speed may be varied at will from 13 io 500 fe;t ier hour. By 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 spray effectively over a swarth varying in width from 5 to 30 feet, while by simply throwing it out of gear it is instantly converted into a stationary sprinkler SriuxKLEK is E. R. Rowland, te l JUST RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM NELSON'S !NEWltYORK! OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. COME - AND SEE THE BARGAINS WE HAVE FOU YOU! te fJPLY LSRGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM SND LOWEST PRICES. WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING OUR TQNIC Don't miss seeing, those fine silver inlaid spoons at D. P. Armor's, warranted for 25 years and cheap. 45 SPRING GOODS. OTTK STOCZ: . . OIF1 Notions, Hosiery, Gent's Furnishing Goods is Complete eli's mm Wanted-- An 1 For SPECIFIC e. Scrofula! c-- W. G. White. Who can think or boro simple UrfDgtoiwInit? Protect your Mean: thymaj bring too wealtn. Wrtt JOHN WIDVUUiUIUI tL fieri, WM&lBCton D. C for t&eir f ljw pnio oner Idea DOUGLAS & SMITH, MUTTON VEAL, FISH, uy nam, Lard, Sausage. MEATS ust oil wo nnaurwa WTmnuon wuwi. r FE 2 TO M BEEF, PORK, LMORS ." 14 YEARS OLD. Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medi cinal Uses, in 5 and 10 gallon Packages, a specialty. Country Bacon. ctt CCJ ccc Breakfast Bacon, Country Ham, g ceo ccc AFFORD ccc ccc ccc ctt ccc ceo ccc Silver Creek Liquor Gompa&y, Wholesale Dealers, BEST THE MARKETS AYER'S hh J Silver Creek, Ky. Prompt Delivery. Ne.xtto Richmond National Bank on Mam St. Telephone 51. BIG- - pWH .fPlBB orij-iual- s -- REST UKE TO ARD FRQ- W- FOUR" ROUTE Douglas & Smith. " CHICAGO. Solli VcstlbulctlTrnliiK. will) Baflet Tartar Pars. Eles;nt CoucIicji, UImIki: i;tr. WuRni-- i SlPeptnit Cnnt, mul In I est Improved Private Uepnrlniept. I uflel sleeping Cars, manlfl-centl- y In lurnMied wllli tollel arcew-orle- s rach toiiiarlU)L'iit. ISvbtleimtnnl biutlon. er k AYER'S 'Sarsapariila Mos, 252 TDrsr PRIDGEFORD'S ECONOMIST RANGE, SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! rrXCHASE TIIEMt ST-- LOUIS. ("iirsloclieH and Ulnlne luiinel. Solid VcsHbillcil Trnilis vrllll IJuflVI Tartar ami Wngiipr IlnfrftHlpcplusCMrx. KnterlngHt Loiiltovcr o the New MTclmnlA Krhlgc, aoliIlns '"No-To-Da- lnr, tlicUlt-grecnbl- BOSTON. , 1 La-fayc- JBi-Iiy- cle d, e,t-Chi- ef m,-Far- The,re-pnblica- ns Sixth-distri- ct ra Kf; : Busi, ler -- f.-i- --' " 1.1 - a j. and it has entirely cured me of the habit in all its forms, audi) have increased thirty pounds ju i weight and am relieved from nil the The "Koatliwoteru Llmileil" 80IM Voul Trains, Willi Combine Ion Ubrsry, numlrous aches' and pains of body and Cull antCmokiiig Cam. Wasuer Mlefplnt ItuiTet Uirx, EtrjjBHt Crwcbcw nnJ DlninR Can.. Uind miudl I could write a quire of "paper liJK pawongcrx in Mew York CH.T nt 41 rc t UHorjiny changed feelings and conditian Depot. TbwiIvcIx ho Ytsty Tntnsfer. Evsareyow- ticket rendavla "BIU KOTJR' . Yours respectfully, IT. Makbuky, lastorCr. Church. Clavton. ' Ark. 22- - o.k;o&scx. . i- i- .ir ifila ..w..-- . nar lu.r Bf"1 ..v, mJW usoljpy all PaweirTnc"Mnr Ge. Pavs. Tkt. Al iiirceiDoses, Uynty UayaY treatment), 'i.OfifCINNATn O Aa Kf E;i wnuen gaarantee, iou wua or t direct, upon receipt of rkU. Writ. fer lMoklef'Nni 5roof.:l?Hrpk -. :Ctn wljmdaiCoLaCroMw, Wis. & yourlj"Baco-Curo- " Tbe oiilv Tlironzli Slfcplng Canine rrom Clucliiimih Klecnnt Wagner eleepliK Car. 1 TmSESwBm NBY0RK. - l -- (h-u- ; CH S.XAST IhEIh KHrfl SOLO Ifi -- w iron-cia- u, NOW'S 3?HE4TIME '-A -- ndl Mon.MaM. P A' t- - i ,,p" " -- j A, irat SJJKJ ' 'S m.. '- - RICHMOND. m M '.m 9mBBsIp5iSAtR " toMr'Mtfiuw . . w'