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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -J- t-if is il 3i HMjflBiHBtmi-- s fl -s-m- Bus 4 ' 4f Qjinnnnnjinnnnnnnnnjinnnnnnnruirinn i--j ff H 1 Hiu-arar- ADVERTISING MEDIUM. uu I iiararu uxoruoru irmnnnj utrfa iOLUME nrnvMTM i.wimiiuri ;S3IIEZ1IF 5y-4- X. rcroveird liliuus iinciiiN. viilims of r fe-nnd ugiii-- , t!io tmrturtal diseased ASK tJm v. f t iW ffih -- c ' ',?r AL --- tf - " h (.- 1 -- I ftts Di RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, CARLISLE'S I tween goht nnd slh-c-r under tho act of 1792 was 15 to 1, but by tho act of 1837 it was changed to 15.088 to 1 (commonly called 10 to 1). This is tho present ratio. Of tho $430,71)0,011 standard silver dollars coined since February, 1S78, there was held in tho treasury Juno 30, 1890, $378,G14,043, and tho amount outside tho treasury was ?o2,175,09S. Silver certificates to tho amount of $312,019,504 havo been issued against that amount of the standard silver dollars held in tho treasury. The commercial value of an ounce of flno Bllver Juno 30, 1890, was S0.C924, and tho commercial value of tho silver in tho silver dollar on that dato was 55 cents. Paper Money. Tho first paper money ever issued by tho povcrnment of the United States was authorized by the nets of July 17 and Aug. d 5, 1801. Tho notes issued wcro called notes" becanse they wcro payable on demand at certain designated subtrcas-uricThey were receivable for all public dues, and the secretary was authorized to reissue them when received; but tho time within which such reissues might bo made was limited to Dec 31, 1802. Tho amount authori7l. by theso acts was $50,000,000. An additional issuo of $10,000,000 was authorized by tho act of Fob. 12, 18(52, and there wcro reissues amounting to $30,000. Tho demand notes were paid in gold when presented for redemption, nnd Uicy were received for all public dues, acl theso two qualities their depreciation. All other Unltod States notes wcro depreciated In value from 18C2 until tho resumption of specie payments. Tho act of Feb 25, 1802, provided for the substitution of United States notes in rlaco of tho demand notes, and they were therefore canceled when received. By July 1, 1803, nil except $3,770,000 had been retired, and nearly $3,000,000 of this small remainder was canceled during tho next fiscal year. Theso notes wcro not legal tcialcr when first issned, but they were afterward made so by tho act of March 17, 18G2. United States Notes. The principal issue of United States paper money was officially called United States notes. Those were the well known "greenbacks" or "legal tenders." Tho act of Feb. 25, 1802, authorized the issue of $150,000,000, of which $50,000,000 was "do-manpro-vent- ed KENTUCKY, IIWI IHI J Mal... 1 1 lt It - '- - - QiinnruxonjitrinnnjvnxinnrininnjijTrunJxp j -- A I JUi WUKfV 3 CAREFULLY EXECUTED. sd J t" I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1896. Latest U. S. Got Report NUMBER A 12. U .cnt, lurtv Hit y recovered Leoltli.cfivcr-fc- l elicits unJ ood K m, Ihey ill tell mi Iv taVing Sll " vs I ivfk KtCU-L- Ii ii 1 CIRCULAR. Pamphlet Issued For the Public Benefit. ' AND PAPER. K Purest and Rest rmlly Th. Chcsr" Medicine In the WorlJI "-I , CONSTIPATION. Jann Iff vSKKHKAl)ACMK,t4ic w . - s. hOl'lt bTOMACH. T s unrniilled rcmly ii a fciPRle paitKlc of - i- - nerjl i.iibilani.c, but lex PI U! I - fccutlicrn Koots nnU Ilertu Prox I'Jence lia. placrtl in v A VEGETABLE, -i GOLD, SILVER j I ,,t cl the s rimr. nl I Diseases ler and Howels. n prevail liivae iiio- Dcranrc cauvtJ b Information e mouth; Pain in the , is r 'trj niita"en for Khec- of Appcti'e: our Sumach; l . e and lax; Headache: e 11 Everybody Wants to Know. That , )rbilit; Lew Spirits, a ttiicV e ' S. n anJ Hyei. u Jry Ven f "r Cocsumptloa. tlic iiyraptosis tiven few, bat the nttend LtvcR ( i. it'ja jiatnfu! sensation of simctliinif which croght to r FACTS FR03I AX OFFICIAL SOURCE. The Relative Production of Gold aad Sll- - j ver In the Whole World For a Centurr. ' Different Kinds of Money lsxued by the United States Standards In Other Coun-- 1 tries Amount or Money In Circulation. Secretary of tlic Trwvaury Carllslo recently pavo tho following onlor to A. T. Huntington, chief of the division of loans and currency of tho treasury: In view of the prcat number of requests for Information respecting UniUil States lximK tho currency, cotnace. production of tho precious motabj&nd kindred subjects nnd tho impracticability of rspondinn to each requo-iseparately, yon aro heroby directed to eaiiso a circular of information to bo prepared, which shall cover tho questions must frequently asked. Tho text of tho circular should state, as briefly and clearly as iioseibla without comment, tho historical facta. Respectfully yours, J. G. Caiiusix, Secretary. In consonance with this order a jwm-phlwas prepared, and tho first edition was quickly cshntiMcd. Its most valuable " parts are given herewith: There are ten differcm; kinds of money in circulation in the UniUxl States namely, gold coin, standard siler dollars, sub- ct i Attl - r -- r iie disease, nnd if rot prra suffenns. wretched- ensue- e'eenied persons attest rtmns Liver Keulator v. .' K.KC"i, s .a tA ,1.. Lscj 15 K- - sparks. A!- ' rsrfin hhentt UiSSj Co., t H Stephens. u irtues iersonalty, and I K-i certificates nor silver dollars aro rcdccmul In gold. Treasury Notes, Act of July 14, 1800. Theso notes were authorized by tho act of July 14, 1800, commonly called tho "Sherman act." The secretary of tho treasury was directed to purchaso each month 4,500,000 ounces of lino silver at tho market price, and to pay for tho same with treasury notes redeemable on demand In coin and legal tender for all debts, public end private, except where otherwise expressly stipulutcd In tho contract It was provided in tho act that when tho notes should bo redeemed or received for dues they might be reissued, but that no groater or Jess amount of such notes should bo "outstanding at any time than tho cost cf the silver bullion nnd tho standard silver dollars coined thorcfrom, then held in tho treasury, purchased by such notes." The authority for tho purchase cf silver bullion under this act was rcpcale: 1 by tho act of Nov. 1, 1893, tip to which" dato tho government had purchased 168,074,082,53 flno ounces at a cosfcof $155,031,002, for which treasury notes wcro Issued. Tho amount of silver bullion purchased under said act and now held in the treasury is 131,838,190.40 fine ounces, which cost $118,003,909.23. PnODUCTION OT OOLD AND SILVEn V TUB WOnLP SINCE TOE DISCOVERY OF AMEniCA. From 1493 to 18S5 is from a tablo of averages for certain periods compiled by Dr. Adolph Soetbcer.' For tho years 1830 to 1395 the Is tho annual estimate of the bureau of tho mint Percentage. Value Gold. Silver. Gold.bllver. ... $107,931,000 lt4J-i,00- t54.703.C00 89.P8C,0CO CO.! 0 53.9 ... 0. 90.192,000 9.).917.000 98.035,(01 2074.1,000 2S3.090,00 ra4 0.7 OO 33.0 44.1 09.6 733 78 !U51S,O00 1 34354.U0 331,579,0r0 n Cans Baking Fruit Rcft&i Fowd ter Highest of all in Leavening Power. p 0,324.000 32721,aO C0423.t10 280.100.t00 2S4A'40,ta) 21.4 XJ2 27.7 750 74.3 72.3 11071.000 lor,i-r.- u 1531-"- ABftOMreEEtf PURE cd 1 1" ... ir.-o..- . .. I , 1740... 123,031,000 143,088,000 170.403,U)0 233.GU.O0O 32U10.C0O. 30J 713 L0 41.4 33.7 24.4 24.1 25.3 33 35J2 52.9 095 00.5 03.4 58.C 57.5 COJ 75.0 75.9 71.7 07 04.8 47.1 21.7 21.9 Water Coo IGiSi Poultry Netting K 2U3,aWM) 3.480,000 042,CJJ,eB3 YOUNG WAR LEADERS. . 27511,000 . 235.404.(X 101-ldl0- ... ... 44332,0 45 730,81000 371J577.UX) . 118.152.000 . 70,003,000 . 91,479,000 . 134,811,000 Generals 221,780,(0) 191.444,(00 247,930,0l 324,400.0C0 . 131,109,000 l&S,092,aX) 228.W1.000 In Their Twenties Won Fame and Victory. WHO jJ(3,928,C00 1S3I-1S1850-11- 00 3. 1SGO-183. 187G-1S5. .'GC2.500.aX) . 670,415,000 . 014.944,(00 . 643,071,000 . 577.883.000 78J 73.1 72.9 70 58.5 53 45.5 40.8 45.9 43.9 41.3 42.1 42.4 42.5 42.4 45.0 HEE0ES TO.BE BUT BOYS. Ex-slto- 27.1 30 41.5 47 54.5 5X2 54.1 d The Toungent Grand Army Veteran of Hack Storlci of Miles and Wilton, CtUter and Kllpatrlck, Upton, 3Ier-rl- tt and Ames Beardless Heroes of the Navy 'Willie'" Pegram, the Doy Colonel of the Confederacy. 2781.000 40922,000 50950,000 594,773000 120,620,8U) . Cr2.931.O0O-493.582.0- I t i' n the bes.t medicine the V t med forty other rcmedici spepsia, llilicrtisncss nnd It II . Z t i. ry t eJ, relief; "i5-tvcE- UN & CO.. .irci) t regulator, butnoocrjavo Uot the Uecju. but cured 'j. Ea Macon, lia. CXLV UY I'hiladslphla Pa. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. ATTOHNSTS. II I iiii(,. AT LAW. v , fi I i Mf MCSTUCKV S4air. street, Redemption. 1887 103,774.900 12481,000 110,190.900 H0,7CJ,4' sai Gold coins and standard silver dollars 18SS 123.4S9.200 15.r,27,7m 53.7 being standard coins of tho United States 1S89.. 1800 118,84S.T0O 57.9 103,02,000 aro not "redeemable. " 1691 130.030,000 177,C52,rO) 67.6 Subsidiary coins and minor coins may 1892 198,011,400 57.3 110.S15.100 bo presented in sums or multiples of $20 1833 214.745,300 67.0 to tho treasurer of the United States or to 1S94 180,(520.100 210.802,200 54.4 2J3,000,OW) 22o.coo,ono an assistant treasurer for redemption or 1S95 47J 52.7 exchange into lawful money. 13,783,407,400 1037,814,100 Total 47.9 54.1 United States notes are redeemable in Estimatod. "coin," in sums not less than $50, by tho The silver product is given at its commerassistant treasurers In New York ond San cial value, reckoned nt the average market Francisco. price of bilver each year, as well as coinTreasury notes of 1890 are redeemable in ing viiluc in United States dollars. its "coin," in sums not less than $50, by tho PKODUCT OF COI.D AND SILVER FROM MINES IS treasurer and all assistant trcasurcra of THE UMTED STATES, tho United States. Silver National bank notes are redecmnbla in Gold Coining Commcrcinl value. lalue. value. lawful money of the United States by tho 1S73 $30,000,000 $33,890,000 $33,750,000 treasurer, but not by tho assistant treasur1874 33.000,000 Ca.803,000 37,300,000 ers. They nro also redeemable nt the bank 1875 33,400,000 30,549,000 31,700,000 of Issno. In order to provldo for the re- 1870 39,9(0.000 31,CU0,(J0 38,800.000 demption of Its notes when presented, ev- 1877...... ,S00,OJ0 30,070,000 3003,000 ery national bunk is required by law to 1S78 61.200,000 40A0.OJ) 4300,000 39,900,000 33,430,1100 keep on deposit With tho treasurer a sum 1879 40,800,aO 1S80 C0,(C0,0C0 34.720.OX) 5900.000 equal to fi cent of its circulation. 1831 1373-180- 1880 100,10,900 Copyright, 1898. ir ;,ui lilly, i: 1 ' 'i:EY-ATLA- Kentucky tii W '1 3 mid Second streets ir.ictice ir atl Hie courts of I; iimn counii34 and Cart of r M.iii i a I) 7 M CUENAULT, - l''i:.XEYS AT LAW, , v Kentucky. ove." - ii 1 street, Cbenault's gro T I'lIKX D. PA.RIUSII, ITollSEY ATLAW Kentucky. ... ;ii;sox, I cai i Trade MarVs, Designs, Elc. atentaliility of invention Free o! t a cd facilities. Moderate terms ( i j patent, write me. 46- I P2TSIR2ANS. i: 11 I n. ' .V AXD SUUGEOX, Kentucky. hns build.Bg, t and 30 Sec nt drasstlKC. 27- - sidiary silver, gold certificates, silver ccr- tiflcatcs, treasury notes issued under tho act of July 14, 1890, United States notes also called greenbacks and legal tenders, national bank notes and nickel and bronze coins. Those forms of money are all avail- able as circulation. While they do not nil jios-es- s tho full legal tender quality, each kind has such attributes as to give it currency. Tho status of each kind Is as follows: Gold coin is legal tender ..a'r TV-.l MONETARY SYSTEMS AND APPROXIMATE STOCKS OF MONEY IN THE AGGREGATE AND PER CAPITA IN THE PRINCI-PAL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD. Ratio between cold and full legal Per capita of Monetary tender Stock of Stock of Paper circulation. KVKtfMTl- Population. bilver. gold. sliver. currency. Gold. Silver. UuitedStatcsfa).... 1 to 15.98 ,...Gold and bilver T1.3U0,aw S0OO.10O.O00 $05,000,000 $3S5300.0W $8 41 $3 77 United Kingdom ...Gold 3?.ao,ix b580,OU),000 115.000,000 cll3,400,P00 14 01 2M France ...Gold and silver ...1 to 13)$ 38.3U),aO u850.000.00O 4S7.000.000 C.T2,1CW,000 22 13 12 U Germany ...Gold axcojoao 215,000.000 c30,400,00U 12 21 Belgium 420 Gold nnd sifter.. ...1 to i;j cjoo,coo 64,CVO.0O0 bJTi.OOO.OCW 095,400,000 8 71 STi '" ....Gold and sill it.. ...1 to 15J 30,7(fl.lXW riw.ec.i.aw 41.400,000 cl91.WU,000 320 Switzerland 135 Gold and biUer.. ...1 to 15) 3,UX),UM cl4,KX),000 15,000,000 Spain 497 500 ....Gold nnd silver.. ...1 to is;;. 17.5U).UU b40,OU0,000 100,000,000 C83,700,000 0 49 223 l'urtugal ....Gold 5100,000 b3e,000,(U) 21,800,000 C53.1 00,000 Austria-Hungar- y 7 15 46C Gold 43.3JU,aX) bll0,000.000 12O,0tJO,U c204,300,(UO 3 22 2 70 Netherlands ....Gold andsiher.. .1 to 15?6 4,700.000 5i),aio,ooo d'900.000 11 W 6 21 Norway Gold 2,000,000 1.7.500,000 2,000.000 c3,800,000 3 75 100 Sweden ....Gold cs.mo.o'.y i.ao.ouo 4.SM.0OO c2. 100.000 1C0 100 Denmark ....Gold - 5,400,000 rl 4,300.000 c5,fl,000 630 235 1 uSfta .. . ... ....... . . . - Silver .1 o 1 b4SO.O00,O00 43,000,000 c539.UJO.O0O 83 380 Turkey Gold and stiver . .1 to 13fi .V 100,000 io.no,ooo 40,0U0,U 227 Australia ies .Gold bll3,O00,0UO 4.700.000 7.000,000 24 47 1 49 i) jit ......... ..... ......... ....Gold.. bl20,OCO.OOO c,xi,an 13.0lO.000 17 C3 Mexico 220 .. .Silver 1 to lOU )2,ion,uuo bj.OOO.OOO 5'i,O0U,000 b2.000,000 41 454 Cntrul American states.. o.o;.ooo ..1 to 15U bO,0U0 12,000.000 cS.000,000 9 2 14 South American ttntes. .. Slherfe) 3o,0Ut,GUO ..1 to 15J biO,UX),000 30,000,0j0 1)330.000,010 1 11 83 Japan ....Gold nnd silver... ..1 to 1(518 41.lCfl.000 t8n,ono.ooo 4.auo,ooo 195 205 ,,. IBQu......!.,,.,.. ....Gold and eilvir, ....1 to 15 21W.(0,000 100,000,0.10 b37.OCU,000 3 21 tliina... ....... ............ . ....Silver 300,000,03) 750.000,000 208 Canada ....Gold 4,800,000 bl4,000,000 5,000.000 104 Cuba r... ....Gold and silver, ..1 to 15 1,803,000 bis.ooo.ouo 1J00.O00 10 00 1 a j ; I ' ' ' I i u r. .J.1SPEH.M.D M'-il- or face Taluo for all debts, public and priIII SUUGEOX, vate, when not below tho standard weight and limit of tolerance prescribed by law, th mo VHarimtfy CuNegc and when below such standard and limit - i "try an St entity a Specialty. of tolerance it is legal tender in proportion i" uir New York Sterc. corner to its weight 4O- Standard silver dollars nro legal tender trit. Richmond nt their nominal or faco value in payment of all debts, public and private, without regard to tho amount, except where othernil? ami urKcrj'. wise expressly stipulated in the contract , Hm lil in-;- Muiu Street. Subsidiary silver is legal tender for !tnlrnce (the Curr ) lace) ot amounts not exceeding $10 in any ono payV 1;' at its nominal in Hen of nn equal amount of demand notes and could bo issued only as tho demand notes wcro canceled. A second issuo of $150,000,000 was authorized by tho act of July 11, 1802, of which, however, was to bo a temporary issno for the redemption of n debt known ns tho temporary loan. A third issuo of was authorized by tho nctof March 3, 1803 The total amount authorized, including the temporary Issue, wns $450,000,-00nnd the highest amount outstanding nt any time was $449,338,902, on Jan 30, 1S04. There is still outstanding $50,-000,0$150,-000,00, $340,-GSI.OI- Gold certificates, being receipts for gold coin, aro redeemable iu such coin by tho treasurer and all assistant treasurers of tho United States, Silver certificates are receipts for standard silver dollars deposited, and nro in 6uch dollars only. "Coin" obligations of tho government arc redeemed in gold coin when gold is and in silver when siher id demanded. Coinage of the United Statcc. Among tho tables given tho following arc tho most important: COINAGE rxrCXTED AT THE MINTS STATES DUltING TOE BIX UNITED EN DED JUNE 30, lSUi. OP TllS MONTHS llroiluav. --- --- Kentucky l: A. '.W KENXEDT, AXD SUUGEOX, ' l.X Kkxtucky. th lluilding, No 304 Main Street, ni i.ir-- i 12 to 1 ani 1 to 5 o'clock. Ii: hjIIXM. FOSTER, Kenttjck t iTilc and residence. Iff W 1 N, M. D., I . IH Ml IAX AND SUKGWIN, hi,i, 1 The coinage of legal tender gold wns authorized by tho first coinage net passed by IJU. J . J. TAYLOR, congress, April 2, 1792. '' ' tiiioHcr tn MeJ!ci)te atid Surgery, Tho gold tmit of value Is tho dollar, U Mi Kentucky which contains 25.8 grains of standard gold 900 fine. Gold Is now coined in deOIi ml reliluirreon Tlilnl HtrcfU nominations of $2.50. $5, $10 and $20, called respectively quarter eagles, half eagles caglc3 and doublo eagles. DSirrAL simcsaY. Tho total colnago of gold by tho mints of tho United States from 1722 to Juno 30, 1890, is $1,814,092,253, of which it Is estiim a. sariTir. mated thut$5G7,031,823 is still inexlstenco DUXTAL SUUGEOX, as coin in tho United States, whilo tho K $1,240,700,430, lias been exv sd, Kentucki remainder,consumed in tho fino arts. The ported or gold bullioii now in tho United States f)(TiC Hfin Cntt. 1. ...? amounts to $32,208,955. It will bo seen kr ., l a t M. of tho gold coins that more than rc ' t limited lo dctitistry. struck nt tho mints cf tho United States hao disappeared from circulation. Silver Coius. N J. A. TATEb. Tho silver unit is tho dollar, which coniHuKi.AN&YATES, tains 412J4 grains of Ftandard silver 900 flue. The amount of flno silver in the dolVEXTJSTS. 371 K grains, and there are 'i' 1:11 mi. Kentucky. lar is of copper alloy. Tho standard 41ii (Trains dollar was first authorized by the act Urn Street, over Madison National of April 3, 1792. Its weight was 410 grains 892.4 IlfO. Tho total amount coined from 1702 to 1873 was $S,031,238, nnd the amount coined from 1873 to June 30, 189G, tos $430,790,011. The coinage ratio be- -- .... s Kentucky Treasury notes of tho not of July 14, all debts, public and private, eveept where otherwise expressly stipulated in the contract United States notes nro legal tender for all debts, public and private, except duties on imports nijd intcrcston the public debt Gold certificates, silver certificates and national bank notes are not legal tender, but both classes of certificates are recclv-abl- o for all public dues, while national bank notes arc receivable for nil public dues except duties on imports, and may bo paid out by tho government for all salaries and ether debts and demands owing by tho Unltod States to individuals, corporations and associations within tho United States, except interest ou the public debt and in redemption of tho liationid currency. All national banks nro required by law to receivo the notes of other national banke nt The minor coins of nickel nnd copper nro legal tender to tho crtcnt of 25 cents. 1890, arc legal tender for Gold Coins. ment wilkes lrt two-thir- J ... Fil-v- er J.H.IMEFF&CO. Main. Country Sold. Opposite Glyndon.) The reduction from tho original permanent issue of $400,000,000 to $346,031,016 was caused as follows: Tho act of April 12, 1800, piwidad that United States notes might bo retired to tho extent of $10,000,-00- 0 during the ensuing six months, nnd that thereafter they might bo retired at tho rate of not more than $4,000,000 per month This authority remained in forco until it was suspended by tho act of Feb. 4, 1808. The authorized amount of reduction during this period was about $70,000,-00but tho actual reduction was only about $44,000,000. No chango was mado in tho volume of United States notes outstanding until nfter tho panic of 1873, when, in response to popular demand, tho government reissued $20,000,000 of tho canceled notes. This brought tho amount outstanding to $382,000,000, and it so remained until tho resumption act of Jan. 1 1, 1875, provided for its reduction to $300,000, 000. Tho process was, however, again stopped by tho act of May 31, 1878, which required tho notes to bo reissued when redeemed. At that time tho amount outstanding was $340,081,0iC, which i3tho present amount Gold Certificates. Tho oct of March 3, 1803, nuthorlzed the secretary of tho treasury to receivo coin nnd bullion in sums not less than $20 and to Issuo certificates therefor in denominations not less than $20, said certificates to be rccclvablo for duties on imports. Under this act deposits of gold were received and certificates issued until Jan. 1, 1879, when tho practice was discontinued by order of tho secretary of tho treasury. Tho ptirposoof tho order was to prevent tho holders of United States notes from presenting them for redemption in cld and redepositing tho gold in exchango for gold certificates. No certificates wcro isnd after Jan. 1, 1879, until tho passage- of tho bank act of July 12, 1832, which authorized and directed tho secretary of tho treasury to receive gold coin and bullion and issuo certificates. Silver Certificates. Tho act of Feb. 28, 1878, authorizing tho issuo of tho standard silver dollar, provided that any holder of such dollars might deposit them in sums not less than $10 with tho treasnrcror any assistant treasurer of tho United States and receivo certificates therefor in denominations not less tlian $10, said certificates to bo rccclvablo for customs, taxes and nil public dues. The act of Aug. 4, 1880, authorized the issuo of the smaller denominations of $1, $2 and 55. Silver certificates havo practically taken iho idace in circulation of the standard silver dollars which they represent The amount outsldo tho treasury July 1, 1S9G, wns fJ31,259,509, while tho nmount of standard silver dollars outsldo the treasury wus only $52,175,908. Neither silver 0, Doublocagles. Eagles. Half eagle Quarter eagles Totalgold Dollars Half dollars. Quarter dollars Dimes.. Total silver Five cent nickel Ono cent bronze, Total minor Total coinage COIKAOE Or GOLD Pieces. Value. 00 00 00 50 1,031,320 3S.2T8 83,030 6,885 L207.419 7,503,412 1.0D9.S13 2,050,412 Cr0,412 $21,620,400 02,780 419,fcO 14,712 $22,523,572 M $7l.tl2 54?,G77 01 5) 737,003 0) C9.U1 20 1240,531 4.700,212 22,637,572 27.417,784 40,885.754 $8.t50,713 70 $239,510 CO 22(1,575 72 $4SG.0So 31 $31,840,372 52 AND SILVEIt II V TOE MINTS OF TUB UNITED STATES. 1873-189- 5. value. 1S73. 1674 1875. 1676. 1S77. 1678. 1879. 1S60 1S31 v. 1882.. 1S83 1891 1835.. 18SC. $57,022,748 35AH.C30 32,951.940 46,579.453 43.9P9.8Cl 49.760,052 C0.0tO,Of0 C2.30W79 93,830,890 C5,837.C85 29.241.t!K) 23.961,750 27.773,012 2S.0I3.542 23.972.-.S3 bilver inz value. coin-Go- ld $1,024,743 0,831,777 1317,fiSC 24.503,30S 23JJ33015 23,518,830 27,500,776 27.411,004 27.940.1C4 27,973.132 29.2KUC3 2S.V54.SGO ie37 18S8, 1S39. 1830. 139- 11SCC 31,380.803 21,413.931 20,4fl7,l2 23,202.005 34.787.223 56,997.020 79,510.100 23.0G2.17C 32,OtC,703 35,191,031 33,025,006 35.406.CS3 39,202,903 27M8.E37 12,611,078 8.8a.',797 9,200,331 5,C9S,010 $514,142,477 ISO. 1S94 1895.. 69.61058 .9W,07C,991 Total COINIOE Or OOI.DAND 8ILVEU OF THE MINTS 4. Ot'TUUMlIULE WOltLU 1011 TUK YEARS value, 1873 1874 1S73 Silver lag value. coin-Gol- d S237.G3),!ie 115,773,387 167S...., 1877 1878 1879 1880 18bl 1882 18f3 1884 1SK5 133,057.43 213.111278 2J1.010,4Wr 18?.3KJ,611 CO,732.8U $131,514,404 102,931.232 119,915.407 120,577,104 lll,rl32 101,191,913 10t.N8.313 84,011.974 103.010,tte0 149,W3,il 147.013,275 99,007.170 104,845.114 110,78301 109,300,705 03,832.081 120,704,574 124,834,101 99,t705 tn.7S7.5S2 JH.012,070 1K0 187. Uf3 1801 tu.9ti.va ico.ins,7 134,922,341 159,302,503 19 18K). 131.82855 1(58,901,519 119,711.122 172.473.124 32.420,517 227.021.032 llV,9fi5 15203,144 133,294.307 153,517.357 137.952.Ofl 113,093,783 f2.730.423.01S 1882 -1S03 1S91 Total $3,404,703,4(59 Strt. TI1E1R EYES WIDE Ol'EN. Klitor Cumaa : Produce Bought and Highest Cash Market IVice Paid. The people have at last gotten their e ea open to Ibe ills of our financial sysfixing and tem. Tiiey kuow it know it devolves upon them to they ffxit. The fight i3 on and it is on to stay autil it is hettled in their interest. If rightly settled this fall all will be wen, but if not there w.ll be four more years of agitation The people are in earnest as they have never been before and will never give up the fight until (hey have delivered themselves from bondage. The noh George Thorpe oad -- " a .ueet. lietween i. "ut. rcirnl LiUiAliua taiMiuc. llUimnn.l Kv- IuT "'"'WUU Itelit doiU W withiiis'iHtor-rfl"i Kv lnoneyquestiouisin every nssptScfc the most vital and far reaching of any question that a paople ever had to deal with, and they must now act wistJly-o- r be con" tenttesuiferfrom oppressiou' and pov quee- erfy for anothftcjour veare., tfcHi 1 j, iiui.e manner,. -.- - sJJJsU rT5 rr?"- r" itayectB i.;m u T eiwrnnw, wiw aaji U.1 Bdi klz ' ., v.J nniln ., i-. z Wi eiii&J WMMu '.ji iii.tii2i' TrXZStSSS Z?ttZl.iA!J&&3m. TEmg"'mf-- ' MfM JWWWn " WP c inIMUi wwj jtv "i..Ji&' rf!- -,ii or for ill uuon the industrial fort- .. unes and bocial welfare of the entire hu man family. Tho iniurious effects such as depressions and bankruptcies, caused by the changes in the volume ot money, the expansions and contractions of the currency of a nation brought-- about in main by speculators and dealers in, intrinsic money and ita valuable materialt arc too wonderful to contemplate. There is a power in money wliicii no uunian aeucy can resist, merely lurongu There resides in money the most enor mous power tnown to man. It is the tide In human affairs, upon which all things must rise or jail. It is irresi3ta-blbut wo are thanUlul lo Bay lhaL it at last awakened not only the most has profound thought iujevery quaiterof tho commercial world, bbt it has aroused the .nubikMisihasses to lho luosUiyelv.seiisa . V? Wc: J. i!.' . H ww interest tljatjUieywveYfcrjDerunmeranittABMRt 'oo.lo " e, We now notify the advocates of a gold standard that it cannot be decided by lordly declamation, however well rounded and eloquent the periods may be. It canuot be settled l)y contemptuous epithets, by sneering allusionsto "the silver craze,", "cheap money fanatics," and "iifty cent dollars." It can- - not be dismissed by stigmatizln'rit as a swindle, or by wholesale denunciations of everybody who advocates "the free coin-ag- o of silver." The man who employs any of these lines of argument, simply proves himself lacking in that mental equipment, which is the prime requisite foran intelligent discussion of the sub- -' ject. And wo now warn the advocates of .gold, that if they havo no better stock iu trade as argument, they must admit! that their cause Is unjust and will most' certainly suffer defeat from in outraged - and indignant people. tr.-- r manifested.- - Fo4a ! ii eS?.J -- 3E.il mama I akcue cauarjaoK, , 14 , tlllHHD i ic Tho youngest comrado In tho Grand Army of tho Republic today, who camo out of the war with exceptionally high rank and fame won on tho field of battle, is Nelson A. Miles. General Miles is a member of Lafayette post, 140, department of New York. A brilliant career on the plains as an Indian fighter kept General Miles before tho cyoof tho public nfter tho events of tho civil wnr had ceased to bo talked about, especially witli reference to tlio Importance of work done by individual leaders. All shared the glory of tho great victory. But a glance backward to tho "might liave beens" had tho war prolonged suggests that Miles would have become a great figure on any field suited to his energies. He was a very young man to 37,650.000 43,000.000 S4.71O.000 hnvo won, starting as a raw soldier, tho 1882 32,500,000 41,120,000 40,100.000 rank of major general nnd tho command 1SS1 30,000.000 39,000,(0) 40AW.000 of a division in tho splendid Second corps 1834 30.800,000 42,(70,U0 4S800.000 of the Army of tha Potomac. Young men 1885 01.E00.UO 42,500.000 51.C0O.0C0 wcro coming to tho front in 1805, and 18S0 35,000,000 39,250,000 61,000,000 doubtless one more shifting of corps com40,410.000 5J,350,C( ISSt..... S3. 03,( 1SS3 3.U20,000 manders would havo brought Miles to tho S3,173,tt) 63,195,0C0 1889., 32,60.1.000 01,510,000 A750.000 head of his corps, successor to Sumner and C2,t3,0U0 70,403.000 lt90 5723,000 Hancock. What a leap iu four years for a 1831 57,CT)0,0!W B3,i;5,0U0 75,417.000 young civilian whom Governor Andrew 1892 53,5CT,0lX) 83,000,000 82,101.103 thought too young, at 22, to bo intrusted 1S93 3i.95.3,0u0 77,7i),O00 40,ao,ooo with tho responsibllitiefl of captain. The 1891 31,422,000 C9.'O0.0U0 01,000,000 field. governor declined to commission him high1395 40.010,000 ai.415.(W0 r2.051,(JX) Wilson'ii great expedition had for its ober than lieutenant. After ho hnd distinTotals... $330.(500,000 $943,OS3,000 $U1,751,000 guished himself as a staff officer with that ject, as planned at army headquarters, a BVLIJON VALUE OF 37IKI CHAINS OC FCItE rank, the governor of New York appointed demonstration in favor of tho attack by AT THE ANNUAL AVtKAOE I'ltlCB OP nontenant colonel, which shortly nnother and a larger forco upon tho Consii.veil e.ich teau fhom 1s37 to iso, 1nci.u-siv- l: him him at the head of a regiment, the federate stronghold at Mobile. But tho plnced Value. A'nlue. unit in an army, where he had a chanco to gallant leader mado the enterprise some1S37 $1,003 1SC7... thing moro than a mere parado of forces. ,..SI.(t.7 show tho warrior stuff that was in him. . 1U53 l.OOi ISO..-... 1.023 Honcock said of Miles while ho was a Ho turned it into a flghtiDg campaign, ... 1.124 regimental ofllcor and not yet C4 years of which resulted in the 1S3J..,...,.....JJ1 1SJ9... of For1340 1.023 1S70... ... 1.027 age, ono swoop, "I expect to bo under command of rest atby a mountedthe capture of Selma 1311 1013 lot I. ... 1.1 J3 chargo upon breast 1842 1.0C7 72. ... 1.022 that young man scmo day. " Miles' con- dono 1843..., ...... l.otn ltJ... ... ... 1.(04 temporaries of equivalent standing aud works ard tho speedy conquest of central 1S44 1.00J 1874 ... .188 opportunities in 18C5 wcro young men. Alabama will Georgia. Thus there was no 1.004 1875 ... .9C4 Custer liad entered tho war iu 1801 at 22, southwest open for nn asylum for tho ConISto... ... 1840 1.C03 1870. ... .t&V tho game ago as Miles. General J. H. federate government when driven out of 1817 1.011 1S77. ... jest. Wilson, who, in tho event of a continuance Richmond All tills is well known hisl1.0iS 1S78. . j M tory perhaps, but it is fitting to recoil it in 1819 1.013 1379. . . JX2 of tho war, with 1805 as a starting point leader!. It IvSaJ ........ 1.013 1880. ... .S80 for a new period, would havo been a close a sketch oi our gallant younghis twenties 1.034 1881 191 ........... ... .660 rival to Sheridan as a cavalry leader and was achieved by one still in 1.025 lg5i ... .873 wlnu;vwn3 21 n 18Gl,or six years youn- at just the age Napoleon had reached Iil ........... 1833 1042 ... JOS ger than Sheridan, himself tho youngest of when, with far less behind hin5to warrant 1854 1.042 ies4 ... .801 great leaders ou cither side, except it, ho was appointed commander of tho 1855 1.039 I8S5. .. .623 tho army of Italy. It should lxs noted nit ' -- f promStuart, Kllpatrlck and 1850 1.03) 18C0 ... .709 ising generals in 1805, MerrlU, when tho Wilson hai entered tho army or were 25 1857 1.W0 16S7. ... .750 war broke out. Contrast tho ages "it theso younger tbanho nverago for comn 1853 1.039 1SSS. tars 1859 1.032 young men, whoso mothers surely looked, dicr luth; FHiral ranks nnd. 1600 1.043 1690. upon them as boys when they marched away younger than tho average for commis1801 1.031 1S9L .704 to war, with those of t ho more noted leaders sioned officers, notwithstanding the fact 1SG2 1.041 .073 of both armies. When tho conflict began, that there were hosts of boys wearing 1303 1.040 IS93..'.!!!!!!...! .035 Grant was 39; Burnside, 37; McClcllan, shoulder straps to bring tho nvcragedown. 1804 1.010 1894 .491 85; Sherman, 40; Meade, 40; Hooker, 40; Ho was !( years younger than Forrest, 1803.'. 1.035 1895. .603 Thomas, 45; Bosccrans, 42; Buell, 43; who was I' 1n 18(55 nnd in his prime, and 1.C2C 1610 (six inos.l. Ji28 12 years be'ow the uvcnige of tho ten most Sheridan, 30. Of tho foremost southernPHEMIUM ON GOLD AND GOLD VALUE OF UNITED ers, Leo was C4; A. Sidney Johnston, 53; prominent Federal commanders. S1ATES LEGAL TENDEK NOTEfa riiOM 1822 TO Tho nver igo ago of the Federal officers JAN. 1, 1379: Joseph K, Johnston, 01; Stoncwnll Jnck-soAverago rurrcn- - Average gold Beauregard, 41; Bragg, 4C; nt date of mister upon commission was 30 37; cy value of value of U. S. Hood, 31; A. P. Hill, 3G; J. E. B. Stuart, and a tract on. Among tho noted leaders gold each cal- - notes each cawho were "indcr tho nverago other than ear endnr year 23; Forrest, 40. lendar h those already mentioned were Upton, Miles was at a disadvantago in other reduringsuspen- - duringguspen-Eio- n Dahlgrcn. Farnsworth, tho cavalryof specie tion of specio spects as well ns in ngo. Tho army had man; tho Fort " Corse, menta Jan. la 1602, to Jan. payments Jan. more than u supply of brilliant young cap- Ames "HoldBayard, tho cavnlryAdelbert lender. nud 1, 1, 18C2, to Jan. tains and lieutenants, trained at West 1, 1S79. 1, 1879. Point. Custer, Merrltt, Kllpatrlck and Upton was a fighter nt 22, eight years un1SC3 113.3 88.3 Wilson were all West Point men, though der tho average. At 25 ho distinguished 1603. 143.2 03.9 they earned their spurs before they put himself heading forlorn hopes in the Wil: 1804 2U3.3 4P.2 them on, and after nil it was a test of abil- derness campaign. Ho led a brigade under 1803. 157.3 C3.6 ity for tho men of training as well as tho Wilson in tho Alabama campaign nt 20. 1800. 110.9 71 1S07 7i4 civilian. But when they received a start Dahlgrcn legnn nt 10 nud was noted for 13U.7 1 co. 71.6 tho West Pointers nroso at a bound. Miles gallantry at 0. Ho fell at 21 in tho 133 lc4Afx 75.2 raid to Richmond. General Farnsserved with his regiment more tlian a year 114.9 87 i87a before ho. got command of a brigade, and worth began nt 22 and was 24 when ho 1871 111.7 69J5 that was In tho third year of his service. rodo. to his death In front of Round Top. 112.4 89 lOt a. ................ Custer leaped nt oneo from a staff posi- Corse, Ames and Baynrd wcro 20 when 113.8 1673. N87.9 111-tion, not exalted at that, to tho hoad of a "they enteral the fighting ranks. Ames 69.9 loft. .... .......... 111.9 87 cavalry brigado In tho Army cf the Poto- personally lid tho division which stormed IvlO... ............. 111-1576. 69.8 mac Mcrritt and Kllpatrlck got brigades tho parapctf.y ot Fort Fisher, a deed for has thus far awarded him 1877. 05.4 1043 about tho tamo timo, haing previously which hlsto-100.8 99.2 1S73. served in tho cavalry, yet without ctraor-dlnar- y scant credit. Bayard was a most promisdistinction. Cavalry leaders were ing young officer when ho was killed in Ilunt and Dyron. much in demand nt tho timo, but it is sig- 1802. At that early stagoof cavnlryflght-in- g ho had mado his mark ns n leader. Tho bond which kept Byron and Hunt nificant that, theyo thrco soldiers, ono at 24 together was broken by Shelley's death. and tho others at 27, were appointed to Colonel Ellsworth, tho flag martyr of Byron was tired of him, and Hunt had not command cavalry brigades, when Sherl-dn- Alexandria, nnd Colonel Robert nt 81, "was considered by como of tho of Fort Wagner fame, heroes glorified by the tact to leavo him alone. Wo give Byron's version of the estrangement rather officers of his first regiment too youthful their fall,.both entered tho scrvico at 24. If we fancy the war prolonged after than that of tho other, for Leigh Hunt's for a colonel of cavalry. 1805, Upton and Ames must bo awarded answer for himself is a weaker apology General Kllpatrlck. Kllpatrlck made n good 6tart for fame. high places among tho leaders of fighting and had better havo remained unwritten: "Hunt's letter is probably tho exact Ho was in tho graduating class at West battalions. Upton mado history with his Hundred ond piece of vulgar coxcombry you might exPoint in tho spring of 1801, and when first regiment, tho Ono Noted for dosh Now York. pect from ids situation. Ho is o good man, Lincoln call(l for voluptecrs in April he Twenty-firs- t with some poetical elements in his chaos, and a companion cadet petitioned the war nnd great personal courage, ho found his but spoiled by tho Christchurch hospital department to skip tho usual exercises and placo at laitin tho cavalry and in that and n Sundny newspaper to say nothing 6cnd tho wholo class to tho front. His branch of ths scrvico ended his war career of tho Surrey Jail, which conceited him in- commencement day was passed on tho bat- most brilliantly. to a martyr. But Leigh Hunt is a good tlefield at Big Bethel, Va., Juno 10, and man nnd a good father see his odes to all ho was wounded there whilo leading tho tho Masters Hunt; a good husband see. ndvanco of Buryea's zouaves. Tho wound his sonnet to Mrs. Hunt; a good friend received at Big Bethel changed Kilpatrlck's see his epistles to different people; a great war career. Ho was at homo recovering coxcomb, and a very vulgar person in evwhen tho boom In cavalry recruiting erything about him. But that's not his reached Its height. Bull Hun had been fought, and tho famo of tho Black Horso fault, but of circumstances." Again, though with no direct allusion cavalry Btlrnd tho Yankee boys to cmulato to Hunt, ho writes: tho deeds of southern chivalry and tread "Tho pity of theso men is that they nov-c- r tho path to glory.on horseback. Ho relived In high life nor iu solitude. There cruited n squadron for a regiment which is no medium for tho knowledge of tho took tho field in tho fall or 1S01 as tho Secbusy or tho still world. If admitted into ond Now York (Harris Light Guard). In high lifo for a season, it is merely ns spectho sprlngof 18G3 Kllpatrlck became coloAugust Firvt, 1896 tators they form no part of tho mechannel of tho regiment nnd led the ndvanco ism thereof. Now, Mooro and I, tho ono of tho nrmy from Washington to tho Rapby circumstances and tho other by birth, pahannock. Captain, colonel and general happened to bo free of tho corporation and by turns, now la skirmish, now in ch.irgo, WHEAT. to have ontcred Into its pulses and pasagain in flcrco battlo nnd dnring raid, "Z sions, 'quorum partos fulmus.' " Tcmplo always proved tho dashing nnd Tho average yiefd over the Stale on Bar. ready but level headed fighter that soldiers plu their faith to and tho crowd goes mad July ist.bjscd ou estimates and in sonic Eating nnd Exhaustion. over. Ills troopers Idolized Mm, anil to ca-e- s actuiii tesults Irom thrcaiug, was Never Kit n full meal when liodily this day, from Malno to Michigan, tho tj bus. Siu:e that time, tho crop has. A cracker and a cup of hot tea Grand Army comrades take for the hero of will Ijc tho licst thing to tnko. Tho tea their campfiro tales this ycuug Jcrscyman buffered great duiiir.go. from the incessant will give enough stimulus and a littlo of tho Sussex hills. bhowcrs prevailing generally over the strength, allowing i!io body gradually to Wilsou's lisip was tho most remarkable rfUte up to tie date of July 20th to 24th. regain its usual igor, and in two Inurs a of alL Ho had serveddurieg tho first three Correspondents ary wiJely in their es hearty meal may bo eaten without ill reyears of tho war ns an engineer and a buthe reports ranginj: sults. reau officer and in 1804 was given com- tunnies of mand of a cavalry division in Sheridan's from 3 to r!0 pur cent. The greater corps, nnd that at tho opening of the most nun her ) J,tJ ns the loss at 10 ptr cent. Important cavalry campaign of tho war aveiagolover the Stale is aloss of IS WHITEb STATION. So brilliant his achievements with that The command that Sherman asked for him be- per cent. Che nnalitv of the grain is delayed. fore tho summer's campaign ended to or certainly inftrior, only J4 correspoudents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Khiuehartand their ganizo tho cavalry corps of the west J nnd out of IIS iiepoit tho qntlity "gcod," little daughter, of Cleveland, 0., Mrs. antagonize tho "wizard of tho snddlo" In while 30 conespondents report the qual tho veteran Forrest Emma Fife aud daughter, Miss Mollie, that department, whether there was the ity "averagV and 71 repoat qua'ity in It Is doubtful aro the guests of Mr. White. Federal nrmy another leader whose work -- bad?' jf JJissiBettie Crumble, of 'Oypthiana, is was ono of persisting activity and warfare, Reports are conflicting as to the movee testing personal qualities of encrgy'and visiting Hon. John D. Coodloe and wife endurance, who accomplished as much to- meut of wheat. 21 of the principal of Stanford, Miss ward winulnij tho grand result ns Wilson, wheat growtlg counties report the crop Miss Madie-Helm- ,, during tho lii mouths of his cavalry serv- as being eoljl freclv throehed, while Sallio, John F; White's beautiful daugh ter, of ltichmond,3Iis3 Eliza and William ice, May, 18C4, to May, 1S03. Ho Jed his from 20countiesof equal importance the of Sheridan in Lusk, of Garrard county are the guests division In all the battles "Kapldan to tho replies to thiifonestion aro in thenegative. tho campaign from tbcT of ti. 1). White. JamT. and after- thasICKuef PetersbUr-- r In manvcagJ6tha cause assizned is the . . 7 - . J;' bogCa ho cxetratoQ. ona of yio roost oaring-nn- poorqualityjaiu. bu condniou of the. successful raids of thenar in the east. gram. Ji Levi Duu'is wife near Georgetown, With less thoii 6,000 troopers ho passed.the MxH WS-Aawoke at midnight, to find him dead bv Confederate ciitpostsnnd nlghod 100 miles PAWflRES "'" 5 ?T irt ,j jr. i 4 tr her, side, his throat cut, and the ques-t;io- n into tho nontv's linos, wlille the cflvalry .wasquite untav- Tko moute .o arJHCs watf it naurder or suicide? V corps of Leojs army was in thofWdfreej orable.tcrha; harvfjFtJir,-.niuc- h ofttha to attack hlm'lf lively enodgb-t- o seize the"' II II irVH damaged cyiuiitwii SO raikw ofJtiWTOilronii.bO;' erophemg. chance:- - Aftw '' - "i ' r . w5- .juyuenuunr, po aetWHiptltBJ BMHUOtT Georgctawn negro. iva! Sfled.fM.apd e ua4a-linbeeiegeff ,w ith'aa vemjStftf is Hwitioj'sil 9r;.30'days wo uror ImuT-. olt. supplyT ,foriLee'sencBty et hferTidasftMHKiditiie ,. . ."" - 77 TT" f i m cotDpftiiwI wHk "BIL-VE-U awar south and west to the road between I ichmond and Danville. That was destroyed for 30 miles and stripped of all equipment nnd stock. News of tho raid brought out from Petersburg nil tho mounted men in tho field, whilo the militia of the invaded territory also rushed to arms. Every crossroad had its guard with guns in position, and when the raiders turned on tho tack track, the third day of tieir ride, it was with poised sabers and carbines, ready for battle. The opposing squi.drons of Fitz Leo's and Hnmp-ton'- s divisions lay squarely across tho pnthwaj, but by skillfull maneuvering nnd fighting .during the day nnd marching ut ulght Wilson took his command back to tho lines at Petersburg. In Sheridan's battles In the Shenandoah in Scpteaibcr, 1S04, Wil-wcommanded his division and in October reported to Sliermail In tho west. His cavalry corps, in an cnibryotlc state nnd poorly mounted and equipped, held Forrest at arm's length during tbo march of the army northward in Tennessee when Hood was racing with It for Nashville, and at the battle of Nashville tho cavalry had a position in tho lino of charging redoubts and breastworks in unison vfith the infantry, duty never before assigned that arm on important fields. Wilson's Pursuit of Torrest. After Thomas' victory over Hood at Nashvilln, Wilson vigorously pursued tho Confederate columns, including Forrest's command, to and licyond tho Tennessee, and plckrteil that rhcr all the winter following so successfully that there wasn't a foray worthy the name north of its banks. During the last days of March, 1865, Wilson took Ms squadrons in hand for a grand raid through Alabama and Georgia. His forco was a heavy one, numbering 13,000 sabers, but it was comparatively a new command.which had been hurriedly formed duringthj cxcltemcntof tho Hood scare in Tcnnese tho previous autumn. Tho chief opix mcut to bo encountered was General Fonest, tho one man in tho saddle who had never found his match as a raider and a flgl ting cavalryman. Forrest mustered but 7,000 men, but theso wcro tho pick of his veteran followers, tho hardiest nnd best trained horseback soldiers iu the n lies ks, By Screens, IN SUMMER AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN OUE LINE NEEDED Shackelford KICILMCLD, - Gentry, ("I KENTUCKY. UST'S DR. COTTON ROOT AND OS K ENNYROYAL ale fall aa1 nerer In are. dress on receipt of I HILLS 'nlwirs reliable ar.d always ask for Dr.Rnn's tern (INJECTION. Original Cures In 1 to 4 dsys. Immo. and dlate in elect; quick U. cure. Gennino A posltlTe prerentlye. Can bo ftfn T.&,llmt Cotton Root and carried lnre.t pocket, all com rills. Ther nerer plete In ona small package. Mailed to any address on receipt cl Mailed toanj-ad-t.Obj hr Tho Bust Medicine Co., St. PauI.Mtnn. 1 GEON 1 TutT hlBCmiFPV ftorBTreY THE AGE; B WALK IS Sold by W G. White. Druggist, Richmond, Ky. t fi Don't Let The Horn Worms Destroy Your Tobacco. L. & M. E. K. 0. DIVISION. Ix JR. A New Preventive hand-pickin- ! Effect M.uicii 1, 1S0& ., The of tobacco worms is a thing of the past, if the claims of the "N. S. J." Co., Richmond, Va., be true and their claims seem to be well substantiated. Not only is the labor and worry saved but the farmer gets a greater number of pounds of tobacco and a better quality by the use of "N. S. J." No apparatus is needed save a 10c sifter. Tiie proprietors propose to live free of cost, under certain and reasonable conditions, several hundred boxes of the compound (each box enough for one acre), and tobacco growers would do well to write the Company at once for particulars. g 12 xoiiTii nouxn. a. lv. m. 6.23 cheater aud Lex iu gtou mail. Express for Cincinnati, Paris, Muyoulle, Win- - i Mays-r- arv Ji 7.S3 Cincinnati, Paris, i. ville. Winch 2.03 Lexington mail. ester and . 1.03 Livingston, Indou, Jel- 1.10 lico, Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, 11.13 Ixmdon,.Iellico,KnoxvilIe a. m. F:ist line for Cincinnati, 3.11). Paris. WinchesUr. p. si. Rowland, Lancaster and 1.23 Stanford. p. si. Rowland, Lancaster aud 7:10 Stanford, ,1 1253 ,. 3 ji. IU m. 11.43 a. si 10:10 p. si 6:10 r. - SUPPLY THE TRADE " BSyOnt-goiu- g trains connect at Iakis lth !&-- ? ! with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati Our factory on Laurel Street in Rich- Maysville and intervening points. mond is now running, and we are g trains connect at Wischbs-te- r prepared tc ' ist of the with Lexington aud points west, M ff siul 3U. Sterling and points east. ii trains connect at Livinws-to- x with Cumberland Gap, Knoxvillu it II. 5 Louisville and intervening points. .3 Out-goinOii-gol- " u. "Fair of Jacks" n, trains connect at'S'iNU (near Stanford) with Cumberland tJllP Kuoxville, Louisville aud intervening Out-goin- g Ul-rlc- Brands, three grades. We can save you money. Send us a tiial order; you will be glad with our products. Especially pleased to hear from country mer- points. is specified. For additional information, inquire of K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of other agents. Trains do not stop where no time X chants. 4- 9- White Wanted-f- ln Ross. Richmond, Ky. ." Kll-patri- Who can think of some slmplo thing to patent? ther may bring you Write JOHN WKDDEKBDR.S & CO, Patentwealth. neys, Washington. D. C for their J1.RH prizeAttoroffer and list ot two hundred larentlona wanted. Idea R. N. !. & B. R. Time Table No. 24, In feet May 12, 1895. EAST BOUND, Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San Ex Sun Versailles . Nicholasrille Valley View. Million Richmond Uniot. Moberly BranfieU- A. JO 11 Ef- - ......... .... 2 JYRIiilsffi' ...HE PATS jf u 11 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. No , A. U. 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I. v'jt- - fi ' 1! l 'T"" who will be 1 I I THE CLIMAX. PUBLISHED XVERT WEDNESDAY BT slice of Horsier milk cow stake that 'will conbo served at the Courier-Journal light of these facts 1b ft not humiliat- her Miss Annie Engleman, ing to think that America the most her guest this week. powerful, energetic, and wealthy nation on earth should be afraid to The act with any independence? majority of the people of this country believe that bimetallism will bo beneficial and they mean to have it. They will no longer be deterred by a pretended few timid ones who hesitate and cry anarchy. The way to got bimetallism is to act, not stand shivering and trembling like a big baby boy before plunging into an ice cold pool. relatives hero last week. The Climax Printing Miss Mary Crawford of Doylesville is Is what gives Hood's Sarsaparilla its great Go. ng visiting Miss Mattie Covington. popularity, Us constantly-increasiMiss Pearl Dealherage spent from Frisales, and enables it to accomplish its wonderful and unequalled cures. The rilICK PER YEAR, $1.50. day until Monday at home. combination, proportion and process S1.25 IN ADVANCE, Miss Lena Stivers who is teaching at used in preparing Hood's Barsaparllla Rogereville spent Sunday here. are unknown to other medicines, and WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1896. Quite a nnmber from this community make Hood's Sarsaparilla attended tlie association at Liberty Estill ADVEET2SI2T& RATES. couutv last week.. SPEAKING AT BEREA. Misses Sallie and Mary Dudley and It cures a wide range of diseases becaue 5 O H 52 O H P B X 3 3 of Its power as a blood purifier. It nets " Mr. II. T. Bonny who have been at Es3 3 directly and positively upon tho blood, 3 2 " International bimetallism is an old till Springs have returned home. ? 2 Hon. John R. Thompson and AtB 2 S SPACE. 2 3 and the blood reaches every nook and torney General Taylor locked liprns delusion, and those that are waiting x" 3" S : S. : ac a. Misses Catherine Rice, Mary and Lula 3" ; corner of the human system. Thus all not want it Berryman visited Miss Mattie Covington on the money issue atBerea fair for it mostpatiently-d- o z z ' I the nerves, muscles, bones and tissue at all. ; ; August 20th. : come under the beneficent influence ot : last week. Mr. Thompson opened the debate 1 Inch, x oo $ i 50 S 2 a 5 $ 4 50(7001300 $ Mr. and Mrs. Sid B. Hamilton lost by a Inches. 1 75 250 3 50 7 00 ti 00 17 50 and spoke for The cry that free coinage of silver by one hour and fifteen 3 I&ches. a 50 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 23 95 death last week their bah', who died 4 Inches. 300 400 600 121m 1900 2875 minutes. He presented the evils of would mean the bringing to this of cholera infantum. They have the sym5 Inches. 3 50 500 7 50 15 00 23 00 34 50 country boat loads of the white pathy of J fol-400 600 9001800270c 40 00 a gold standard in his forceful logitlie community. H CoLm. 600 900 13 00 27 00 40 00 6000 cal style which evidently carried metal is too rediculous to talk about. 8 00 12 00 17 75 34 50 50 00 80 00 JiCol There will be speaking at tiiis place on 1 Col- -. low 15 OO 22 50 42 y 60 OollOC OO conviction to the minds of every Not a man can tell you whore this Friday evening. Mr. J. Tevis Cobb, and S"Reading notices 10 cents a line for first In- honest man who desired by his vote silver is to como from. There is not per bottle. sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion" to bring about the greatest good to a nation on earth that has more of it others are expected to speak. After tlie The One True Blood Purifier. $l Obituaries, resolution of rcpeet and similar maspeaking a Bryan and Sewall club will be euro Liver Ills; easy td the masses of the people. It was ev than they need, and what if it did organizad. Everyone tter at half rates. No specified position interested in their Mood S FlllS tokoj easy to operate. 25c. ident that many who had accepted come, what harm could it do? Free own as well as their fellow man's well-far- e the declaration of the Republican coinage does not mean that this DEMOCRATIC TICKET. are urged to attend. tection tariff" asthemain issuein'he to rc-sto-ro -- vention be." warm would no A dish like doubt much relieve Mr. Haldeinan's over taxed public energies, greatly his mental forces and insure sound sleep for a night or two. We prescribe it in dead earnest an think it would not only assist his digestion of current events, but much improve the .character of hia new Democracy send us the soup. o Mrs. Alice Wagers visited friends and Merit eased eyes ontheother. Its workHs strict-- ! ly educational, and it is established, not out of charity for the afflicted, bat from a sense of justice that recognizes the fact that, under the pridciples ot onrUovern-men- t a free education is llie birthright o( Peculiar to Itself every child in the Republic. A blind child, or one witli defective sight, should be sent to school as soon as it can get along without a nurse, say at six or seven years of age. Everj year's delay after that time, renders tho. task of its education more difficult and' incomplete. following named persons, who constitute the members of the Board of Visitors of the Kentucky Institution for the" Blind,-a- t Louisville, Ky. will recievo protnptat tention. - Andrew Cowan, l'rcs't, Hon A. E. "Wilson, Ballard, Logan C. Murray, Jas- - A. Leech. Kev. A. Moses, D. D. M. Muldoon, Win. Cheatham, M. D. KCMcMurtry. M. D. Chas-T- . 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 KIM4 I ::::: 5 w. FOR PRESIDENT, WM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. 3K VICE TKESIUEXT. AUTIIUU SEWELI; of Maine. FOK JUDGE OF THE COlKT OF AITEALS. W. S. ritYOR, of Henry County. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- party as the proper thing, had their eyes opened and much good is expected to Democracy as a result of this decision. General Taylor had been posted that a greater portion of the audience were Republicans, and it was evident from the start that he would indulge in rot instead of argument. He started out with that abuse learned from those Democrats who have read their doom, and after calling the best men in this country all the villainous names known to literature, proceeded to try to discuss the -- FOR COXGRESSS. issue. FuyorFokee, of Shelby county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the 8th district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Tons B. Thompson, of Mercer, isa candidate for Congress, to represent the Slh District, subject to the action of, the Democratic partj. TnmAo ... C. -- for jailer. T npViiv in n , . - Jaicr 01 Madison couniv. suoieci in td action of the Democratic party. Colt-01- 1 ne now occupies. , in tlie reply of fifteen minutes accorded Mr. Thompson, he showed no mercy to hisopponcnf but plainly showed to the audience how little Mr. Tr.ylor know about the subject. Taylor will evidently post himself or avoid many assertions there made , raniliilnlfi fori .i...i.i nu gu v niiuuiu i. . hpeiiKinp ajram soon He showed a greater lack of inlor-- 1 mation Jhan any man whom the people ever elected to the position in buy the silver, it Government is means simply to coin it free of charge, and when a foreigner takes his coined silver home he would have nothing more than bullion after an expense of transportation both ways, and being without its use for a considerable time. iSo man is foolish enough to do such a thing, Then if the comeu money was invested in this country in either real property or products what harm would that do. Is any man. in this country so silly as to object to a for eigner investing his money with us, If any one wanted to give him gold for his silver they could do so, but there would not, nor could there be any compulsion. And again we are told that .the miner of this country could take his bullion to the mint and get an ounce or less worth only so many cents (he does not know of course how much it will be worth) coined into a dollar. AVho knows but that before or by the time e have free coinage of silver, but that it will be on a par with gold at sixteen to one. Be no longer decieved by such subterfuge, it is the last miserable wail of those that have been growing fat upon the misery of others Rend this to your gold standard friend and ask him to deny the truth of it if he can. Act wisely and con fer a blessing upon yourselves and posterity. The crime to rob tho masses bv decreasing the volume of the currency, has proved a good ed ucator. Good will come out of this unmitigated evil. The cruel and wicked contraction of the currency of the country to make tlie rich richer and the poor poorer, has brought on a discussion that will never down until it is un ttt FOXTOWN. Miss Laura Kash has returned from Old Point Comfort, after a pleasant trip of three weeks. Mrs. Clifton Burgin, who was painfully hurt by a kicking horse, is about recovered. Squire G. B. Million suffered a slight stroke of paralysis but is much improved From the moment it reaches tho school thesenfeof touch has to be persistently trained. Tlie Kindergarten, with its great variety of devices and employment for busy fingers, is of inestiniable value for, this purpose, and tlie work done by the children in this department arrests the attention and excites tlie admiration of the most careless visitor. Afterthe Kindergarten thechild studies things, and models of things, and, in its study of geography, models in sand and clay, the surface of his state and country and the grand division of tiie globe, he s,taught to read aud write, and cipher, He Gt tidies grammar, history, natural all the branches of an education. If he has any musical ability it is coming Presidential capaign, but i" Fcientifically and sedulously cultivated, free silver dominates the American for it is the practice of the art of music mind and carries at the polls it will lie can compete with his LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. runi.isnr.D nv u MAR- a iiui-uet- lows Hood's Sarsaparilla VILLE TOBACCO WAKEHOUSE. vTiiPi inisiY Piiiiiiv cap y uuibi ua Ml W tlHiVl HI J a at this writing. Because of the sirkuess of his father, Squire Million.lof Jolly Ridge, presided over the Magistrates Court at this place and impressed the people with his prompt and impartial dealing. Mr. G. C. Igo, formerly a resident of this county, but who has been for several years living in Texas, visited his family here and returned home last week. Mr. Harber Dunbar, the polilo govern, ment official located here, owns to a jersey bull "just to hear him bellow" but had his fine remitted because the purchasa was made prior to the campaign. There is not enough good wheat in this section to meet the needs of the producers, yet the best sells for the small sum of fifty cents- - "Rah" for the gold standard! Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burgin gave a moon light picuic at Boonsborongh in honor of their guests, the Mis&es Nelson, of Knoxville, Tenn. The grounds, pleasant evening and excellent music, combined with the untiring efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Burgin. Made the evening enjoyable and will linger long in the mimte of all present Dancing was indulged in and political talk until near midnight when thelargecrowd dispersed with weary limbs and tongues and grateful hearts for a few hours of unsullied pleasure and profit. If the Pantograph thinks the effort to organize a Bryan and Sewall club here was a "dismal failure," it might learn something to its advantage by dropping in on us any Saturday evening. It being a Republican paper of the "black as Egypt" kind, we cannot promise it a pleasant visit but a decidedly profitable one. In order that the representative of that sheet may be not surprised or dismayed, should he conclude to" visit us, will inform him Ihat the club has (Jo personally authorized and enthusiastic members; not yniig men only, but young and old, white aud black from the best and most prominent men in the community who see in the success of the Chicago ticket the only possible means of return to former prosperity and freedom from tlie Octopus arms of British tyrany and Republican outrage. I will say, too, that among the number he will not find a single man who has been time ami again honored by the citizens of this county only to pay the bebt of gruti-tu- ds he owes by vigorous opposition to best interest and plainly express wishes. well-light- bring about a change in England that will be ruinous from its sudden ness and severity. The damage that can be done British manufacturers by a protective tariff is slight compared witli the disasters that would be entailed by a change from a single gold to a complete bimetallic standard. "It is evident that the Democratic party will not renominate a man who holds to President Cleveland's ideas on money, and the only hope for a continuation of Mr. Cleveland's financial policy will be in the success of the Republicans in the next election. that hav-boug- ht A Gold Man Abroad. The Cincinnati Enquirer of Saturcontinue to "White and day says. claim the Republican nomination About 40 traveling men and merfor Congress in the 11th, and White chants were gathered in the waiting will contest. room of the Stag Hotel an eveningor two since discussing the money quesMEN WITH US. tion. The arguments grew apace. The Republican and boltocrat pa- Finally a merchant from Richmond, Ky; said: pers nre conntantly referring to "What do you want with more silI.indsey and other lessor lights that cannot support the nominees of ver? There is plenty of gold in the They, country. Some days I handle ?:) tc the Chicago Convention. studiously avoid refering $G0 in gold at my store." however, This was no sooner than one to gentlemen such as Hoke Smith, Hill, Falconer and of the traveling i::cn present roe and McCreary, Berry, others who accept the will and wis- said to the merchant: "I'll bet you $100 to $10, and put up dom of their party and are willing to blessing without the money, that you have not hanact with it for a wailing for the assistance of foreign dled $10 a day in gold in five years unless it was on some special occa powers. '.Car-lisl- e, REPUBLICAN PLATFORM, 1892- - FINANCIAL l'LAXK. sions." "Do you mean to question my veracity?" said the merchant, in hot temper. The American people, from tradition and interest, favor bimetallism, and the Republican party demands the use of both gold and silver as standard money, with Mich restrictions and under such provisions, lobe determined by legislation, as will se cure the maintenance of the .pxity of values of the two niet:rls, so that tho purchasing aiuHicbt-payin- g power of the chilTar, whether of silver, goldon-jTapeshall be at all times equal. Tho interests of the produc ers of the country, its farmers and its workiugmen, demand that every dollar, paper or coin, issued by the government, shall be as good as any r, "Your veracity is not questioned," replied the plucky drummer. "My proposition is a plain business one, $100 Tf to $10." liuiL-ot-l other. DEMOCRATIC PLATF0RM.1892. stT&t :ir4imeJ nin out of the room. " a" KUC L&j of them said to the other: LEilIEliIirElEsmiS.aC?: "The merchant who made the statement is my brother-in-laand . CORRESPONDENCE. a gold man, and we er.miot agree on that line. I'll tell you how that gold matter happened. The bank olllcials DOYLESVILLE. of Richmond got together and agreed to pay out gold for several ibys past The drouth was broken here hist week for political elfect. It was a trick, by an abuudaucc of rain. Mrs. Win. lliele, who has been so very and that is how the gold got into my brother-in-law- 's store. Before that dick for Borne time past, in slowly imwe never saw tho color of gold, and proving. lit-.- . niidv-.-r- r- 1 derstood, and when understood, and the people see wherein they have been unmercifully robbed in all the past, the shylocks and owners of the precious metal will be shorn of their power over nations and men. We may then have hopes of a brighter and better future. We are upon the dawn of a better and a brighter era. Let us act with courage, firmness and patienceiiiid we will reap our just rewvi in happy, prosperous Y. " y destroy of free coinage "The success will bring down the rate of interest on money, and cause an immediate rise in tlie price of all commodities. "When silver becomes primary money the American mines will pour their products into the mint, and a new era similar to that produced by the issue of greenbacks during the civil war will begin. Gold will leave the banks and enter into competition with silver in the avenues of trade, and the manufactories of the United States, which have been shut down or crippled since 1892, will again resume their fight for the English markets. "It is doubtful whether the Republican party can be held much longer in check by sound money statemen, as its adherents are divided by powerful factions. Tlie Democratic party is also breaking up under the weight of the free silver agitation. It matters not to Great Britain which party succeeds if the gold standard is maintained, but either of the old parties or a new party whicli goes in- to powerjpledged to free coinage will be inimical and prejudicial to English manufactories and trade. "Th" American people cling with wonderful tenacity to party organization., but financial embarrass-me.- it seeing comrades on more equals terms than in any other occupation. He is also given where he instructions in the work-Bho- p learns to cane chairs, make brooirs, and practice simple upholstery, such as the repairing of lounges, and the mannfart ure of mattresses. If he is capable of learning it, he is also taught the art of piano tuning, in which art several of our graduates have obtained a well deserved success. Graduates of our school are in charge of tlie music departments in the school for the blind of Louisiana aad Arkansas. The girls nre carefully taught the use of the needle, and learn, as they progress, how to patch and darn, and mend, how to knit, how to use the sewing machine, and how to cut out, fit together, and make their own garments. In this course of study and development, extending over eight or ten years, the blind child gains a confidence in his own power that enables it to overcome to a great extent the natural awkwaraness ot blindness. It has become a vouth of intelligence, an agreeable companion, a independent person, fa miliar with current events, with a well trained mind, familiar with theamenities of civilized life. He is, to a considerable degree prepared to earn a living for him self. To withold from a blind child such opportunities is a serious mistake, while no greater kindness can be shown such a child than to secure for it the advantages af an education. The school year begins iu September and closes in June, and at the close the children are returned to their homes, as it is the desire ot the trustees, to maintain, as far as possible, the home ties of tlie child. The members of the Board will gladly correspond with any person who wishes to learn more of the school, or whodesire to learn how to proceed to have a child admitted to the school. A letter addressed to any one of the Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 4213 hhd. with re ceipts for tlie same period 4S32 lilids. Sales on our market since January lbt, , amount to 115092 lihds. Sales of the crop of 1895 on our market to this date amount to 111136 hhds. The sales on our market this week have been large and we are able to re port an improvement in prices for color-hurleof all grades, some fine leaf .celling at prices ranging fiom $15.00 to $21.00 per 100. Tlie red type of hurley has shown some activity but no decided advance. The following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco 1395 y bib CLOTHING, NOTIONS. a a yyyy u 3 E r kl Cf U n 1 t u In fact everything in the House, miM closed out regardless of price for FURNISHING COODS. HKTS, CRRPETS, K m xJCfl8H QNLY!o No goods will be charged to any one. All goods charged this year and previous to this year is now due and mut he paid at once without further notice. This is crop: Trash (dark or damaged):; 1 00 2 00 Common colory trash Medium to good col trash 3 50 Common lugs not colory 2 00 Common colory lugs 4 00 Medium to good col lugs 6 00 Common to mcilium leaf 5 00 Medium to good leaf 7 00 Good to fine leaf 12 00 Select wrappery leaf 15 00 The above quotations are not ble to green and frosted crops. to 1 50 to 3 50 to 5 00 to 3 00 to G 00 to S 00 to 7 00 to 12 00 to 15 00 to IS 00 applica WEAK MEN RUDE VIGOROUS, Strictly and 13 y I 9'DAT. ZJOfH. I" DAY. What PEFFER'S NERV1S0R DM It acts DOwrrInl!r and anlclclr. Cores whoa a others fall. Yocn men regain lost manhood, old men recover youthful vl?or. JLbtolutely Guar-nntec- tl toCurc.NerToMn8f I.o.t Impotency. Xlchtlydiilftlons. either and oil tjtcts Memoes'. Vst!csr anri, ict, Fnlllns:of telf abuse or excuses indiscretion. Wnrd3 off Insanity and contnmptlnn Don't let drnireHt impoon worthless snbttltuio or you became Itylelds a ereatcr rroat. InMston fcer InK I'EePErt'S NEIt VIGOR, or send for It Can be carried In vest pocict. lrerald plain Trrr.p per box, or O Tor .". with A 1'o1ti per. Written Ounrantce to Curo orKcfand tb Mney. Pamphlet free. Sold by drmrslsts. A:''rff l'EFFWS. alEiJICAJ. AJiS'X, Chlcuso. Ill Sold by Richmon Drug Co and W . G White" T. Ul".-caie- mean exactly what I say as regard-m.accounts and as to my stock ot , goods on hand. . : Musi Be ll k Soli NEED THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY YOU GOODS n IN i fe TO BUY NOW ! WHETHER STOCK 'OR NOT AS MY LINE AND IS COMPLETE EVERY i DR. PEFFER'S iDYflL-iaKS- Y PILLS MUST BE SOLD. Yours truly, T1 vr a W f ', drncrltoraddrc.H I'EFr'KTOIKOl-CAL- HEW DISCOVERT. NEVER FAIL'S. A new, reliable and sarerollefior excessive, scanty or painful mens turation. Xow used bj rrer 09,000 ladle. InTigoratca these orsraus. 1I waro or daacerous Imitation.. Xame paper. (2 per box, small box SI. Bent pealed In plain wrapper. Send 4c In rtampa for particular. Hold br lanJ ASSOCIATION Chliiuco. IU. r?!3 P. S. iT rTn ss. . Sold by Itichmond Drug Co. and W. G. White. Fixtures for sale. rarED and business stagnation has become severe for their patience, and they are ready for any change that promises relief. They are becoming convinced that it cannot be found in tiHW Il3jpljfi21j SI Ira FED ramJ rc-i- ca nnl ra r3 nnr-i- i rsiTTI rani rni ii rai-- ii rni-- ii mi-- .1 rnr-- il mi T! ran! rami raoJ rnmJlrarnJ rami mr3 ranD raraJ sirEl ?S 1 rK w I the protection theory, as that has been tried, and they arc massing now on free silver. "When that issue comes fairly before the American people, England will regret her apathy and adherence to the single gold standard." pi PB OG 'C: fcSS THE STATE SCHOOL FOR we won't any more." A movement is on foot to secure for FINANCIAL FLANK. We denounce the Republican legislation known a the Sherman act of 1830 as a cowardly makeshift, fraught with possibilities of danger in the future which should make all of its supporters, as well as its author, anxious for its speedy repeal. WTe ho!d to the use of both gold and silver as the standard money of the country, and the coinage of both gold and silver without discrimination against either metal or charge for mintage. But the dollar unit of coinage of both metals must Imj of equal intrinsic and exchangeable value, or be adjusted by international agreement, or by such safeguards of legislation as shall insure the maintenance of the parity of the two metals and the equal power of any dollar at all times in the market and in the payment of debts. BOLTOCRATS. Tho national Democrats of Kentucky, so called, have met in State convention and have spoken their sentiments the same Ave suppose they would have their national convention adopt, and they have the effrontery to call it JetTersonian, Jacksoniau Democracy. We suppose they are right. It is a pity that the fellows at Chicago were not informed. We were not aware of the fact until this assembly met that Jefferson advocated a single gold standard, and that the double standard was a mistake of Hamilton which ho deluded the people into on account of his deceptive oratory. Old Hickory was the man that al- This will require the authorization of from $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,00) of new bonds as a basis of circulation. You will at once d retire of your circulation lf and call in of your loans. Be careful to make a money stringency felt among our patrons especially among influential business men. Advocate an extra session of congress for the repeal of the purchasing clause of the Sherman law and act with the other banks of your city in securing a large petition to Congress for its uncondtional repeal, per accompanying form. Use personal influence with congressmen and particularly let your wishes be known to your Senators. The future life of national banks as Jlxed and safe investments depends upon immediate action, as there is an in creasing sentiment in favor of gov ernment legal tender notes and silver coinage." one-thirone-ha- The drummer's bet was not taken. this place a graded school which we hope The crowd was about even! v divided. ; everybody will favor. The Methodist Church has been reSOME NATIONAL BANK DISCLOSURES. cently repaired and is looking more than nice at present. THE FANIC CIRCFLAIt OF 1893. The date of the quilt sale and Sunday "Dkak Siu: The interests of nat- school entertainment has been changed ional bankers require immediate fi- from the 22nd to the nudit of August 29 nancial legislation by Congress. Sil- there will be music, singing and speakver, silver certificates and treasury ing. Admission 10 cents. For the bennotes must be retired and national efit of the church. bank notes upon a gold basis made Mr. and Mrs.Charley'Eades have been the only money. T i T BUND To the Relatives CHILDREN. BOONESBOROUGII. An excellent communication from Boonesborougn was unavoidably 'omitt- ed.this week, but will appear next week. and Friends of the Blind Children in KentucKy. mm KM The editor of the Pan ta graph refers to the above circular as "Judge Chen-ault- 's t cu C circular." . ways advocated allowing national banks to furnish the people with currency redeemable in gold. Yon Chicagoins are away off, so they say. A bigger lot of falsehoods and misrepresentations of two dead statesmen were never embodied in one article. "HE NEEDS IT.1 ', he "wtr-Bt""latt- "Editor Climax: "When Hill entertains Mr. Bryan at luncheon the menu should be carefully preserved, in order that the art of dressing and a dish of crow, to make it palctable, may not be lost to tl e FINANCIAL FLINGS. Twlitical chiefs of the future." Louit-vill- e Evoning TimP, Aug. 21. 1SUG. In the light of this spicy comment, Editor Climax: how careless of present application in Is this country a little weakling yon not to have ordered at once an extra that it is to wait the consent of other copy of the menu, and also make ar- nations before changingits monetary rangements with Mr. Hill's cook for all system, England actejl independthe remnants and bones left from this ently when she established tho gold at, political and had them sent standard, Germany asked no comdlby dispatch to your poor dyspeptic operation when she abandoned gold ui!fJne'6nlwr tlie from inJ857, and she nctod independent H which an afternoon soup tor Mr. Halde- - again in 1873 when silver was abanman should be nisde as a relish and doned. Prance1 acted entirely inde- life disordered gizzard be--- jiKlont'when she, threw her. mints fo befow to jladiaaapclis for his big'.brw'uio both metale in :1S08. la the r"T. crow-feas- t, Courier-Journal, -o --- tvttimve a paper in our with a circulation of over October 2G, 1895, with this circular in it, together with two others on the same .subject, and with a view to accomplishing the same end. We have noticed this circular in a paper published at Louisville, also a book generally circulated published at San Francisco. Judge Tarvin gave the name of tho gentleman whogave him tho cirpular and read it to the audience composed of botli Democrats and Republicans. Tho bankers present did not denounce it as a forgery. Now, our young friend, why call it "Judge Chenault's circular," or intimate some one may be injured by its publication. Read the papers and don'tbe surprised at anything that may hurt your party. lapels; office Young man, you ought to read the -- fective classes. Kentucky established her scool for the "If a government contracted a debt blind in 1842, being tlie eighth school of with a certain amount of monev in cir the kind in the country. There are now mm culation, and then contracted the money thirty-fiv- e such schools in the United SITHj volume before the debt was paid, it is the States, in which were trained, last year, mm most heinous crime that a government 3,757 visiting relatives in Clark County. blind children, of whom 132 were mm Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brock and Mr. could commit against the people." in the Kentucky school for the blind at fHJB ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Louisville. and Mrs. Tandy Eades have returned from Mallory Springs where they have Thepurposeof the State in founding EfrH been for a short time. the school was to give to the child with defective sight as good an education as is sraJ t t X Iml offered to the seeing child, and, in addiNEWBY. tion, to give it instruction in manual Squire E.C. Million held his regular That is What the London FN training. Court, last Tuesday. There was a sprinkIn 1884 the General Assembly passed nancial News Says.-le of legal talent in attendance, J. C. an act providing for tlie addition of a deChenault, II. B Ilogjr, Teyis Cobb, aud partment in a separate building, and H. 0. Brewer, of Kichmond. distinct from the whites, for the educaNOT INTENDED FOR U.S. READERS Hogs arc on the rise worth 3 cents. tion of the colored blind children ot the raJs State. Miss Mattie Holman is better. In carrying out the purpose of the Mr. Brewer and Judge Chenault made With the Addition ol Silver to the Volume 0! founders of this public school for the Money Everything in American Would good Democratic speeches at Newby, blind the Board have endeavored to and a Silver Club was organized conTake on a New Face. meet tho expectations of a wise and sisting of 32 members. The officers arc President H. W. Haden, Vice I. N. The Ijondon Financial Aetrs Said ifrh. beneficent public sentiment. They have tried to follow in the line first marked Douglas, Secretary J. B. Million. 10, 1890: out by those eminent meti, who, for many Sunday School at Slick Rock is pro"The financial situation iii tho Unit- years, guided the progress of the school. gressing. Attendance large. ed States is very serious. The Sen"With this end in view they have seate has blocked all relief measures cured skillful and devoted teachers, good proposed by President Cleveland, and faithful VALLEY VIEW. servants, improved educa- TiJimi and Congress is at a dead standstill tional appliances, and have provided P- - II. Sullivan and 0. H. Brewer spoke on the money question. Tho free that the children under their control i"rp to an appreciative crowd here last jcoinage Senators are masters of the shall be properly and kindly cared for night. A club was organized con- situation. in to their foood, their ehelter, sisting of 50 members, and named tlie J "This condition of affairs in the their clothing, and their health, thus mm G. Burrus Free Silver Democratic Club. United States Congress demands the providing the advantagcof a high class immediate attention of the British boarding school, free of cost for,all blind 52 25 Editor Climax. In almost every State in our Union there are tree schools for the various de- in mi pa ll THIRTY SUMMER AL SALE--- N W -- , Y Fr" pa iJ mm mm S PB ii This sale includes our entire LINE of SPEING CLOTHING consistiiur of all M I ttt U! the LATEST THINGS in CASSIMEEE, CHEVIOT and WORSTED m SUITS m both SAUil and THKEE BUTTON CUTAWAYS. Also M Ik Youth's nn1 Children's Suits. Sat-urda- rw-pec- Si m PANOLA D. F. Sharp, returned from a visit to his parents in Tennessee, Saturday. Rev. W. P. Dolton of this place will preach at Scaffold Cane, Rockcastle County; next Sunday, and at Bear Wallow Saturday evening before 5th Sunday at three o'clock. The storm Saturday night was heavy on fruit trees, breaking a good many and stripping of fruit. Some unknown party broke into the depot here and Etole a couple of tickets. Parties from Jessamine county bought America, Asia, and Europe, and bottoms would not be long 20 heifers and some ewes from J. P. Log-do- n American in capturing tho carrying trade of week. last world. Uncle Billy Carr has been buying heif"British creditors must now apply ers and got a splendid lot. They went themselves quickly to the American cfTlast week. money problem. Tho sound money financiers and statesmen. Tho trade of the world is now in our hands, but it will not long remain there if tho United States goes to a bimetallic basis with free and unlimited coinage of silver. "With the addition of silver to the volume of money everything in America would take on a new faco ; labor and industry would gain new life. The grip of tho gold on the nro- ducts of the world would bo loosened and prices would rise. Great Britain would loose her markets in South children. Notwithstanding all this, about seventy per cent, of the blind children of the teachable ages of six and sixteen years of age, are growing up in ignorance, without any share in thegreat advantages so freely offered by the State. The American idea for a school for the blind is as far removed from its being an asylum on the one hand, as it is from its buing a hospital for the treatment of dis- Kentuc-ky,'etwee- n psi STRAW M..;e make this sale to make room for our PALL GOODS...., raJs sra Awarded Highest Honors World's' Falri mm ff XI Klia Irjl t t t J , WACO. 3Ir. Win. Fulder of Lexington tment Sunday with his father Dillard Fulder. Miss Lucy Adams is visiting Mrs. Thomas JJavisat Campbell ville Kentucky. Mr. C L. Searcy purchased last week" of A. S Hisle the Ellis farm of 240 acres ull - 1 J lit twenty dollars aacre. - lt weokirom Stadbrdf bringUM5. wM -7 EJraJ men and banking interests, led by Senator Sherman, Cleveland, and Carlisle, with a plontiful supply of means, have been beaten. Tho American people are now thoroughly aroused and educated on thu power and use. of money, and made desperrami ate by debt and'.businesH depression they are .forcing free" silver ajia main j 5 issuev- - jf ' . .MOST eERFECT-'MADE- . . Brttela" Jrieett fear vBb . j ji a f a f iiarcar npvoer, rue 01 injury or. iufMtifeni if n Ammonia,iicuu or any other Aium Htm nArtnr Mm CREAM Ps sp pa fpai 111 m tea m - AND lap Tv3t iiU, 5. rtii' PfciS BAKING ps Leading Jplo "Ciolhiers, POM WR iMfi STAKBMH, brr.l M teWfeie ssrr ("vuic --' Et 7rv-z&-'js8- r mv IMUS :r t m. ' " ' TT-IT- ? " J -- c f 'i a; - - - - I " jh ' ' p 1 '& ...' - r -- " lire BfjS! Bfr" Pf X XX. tr ) bt Tflfl UITTTIHY hTTTiLTllff bO . KvniY 'v 1 .I,,. rvBusnat J BU LL fT TlWrA" sl l 1YAx.v wedjjesdat - 8'ce 0Hoos'erinnk cow 8t&e bo served at the Courier-Journ- al tual-"wi- con- - Bafe. BH BMTV , MRI T"J BrBfc iSE SpE?. iroinv rovro '!!tv ADVANCE, kB Kft VL . ... vi t r 1 o-- f SL tm $1.25 1896. " WEDNESDAY, AUGUST ALVEBTXSI27G ' O H 20. -S" ventiou Ho be." A. dish like this warm would no uuuui. uiuuii relieve .ur. xiaiuemau u overtaxed nnhlif. enerpiiui. jrr.illv rrv. store his. mental forces and insure V sound Bleen for n nipht or hvn . .. I prescribe it in dead earnest an think it . would not only assist bis digestion of current events, but much improve the ,characterof ,,i8 MW Democracy-se- nd us the soup. - light of these iacl ing to think that' powerful, energi nation on earth si net mum - -- BATES. H nj 11 majority- of the p try believe that beneficial-anthj They Mill no long pretended few tin tate and cry anat get bimetallism j shivering and trj d T" till III ) .. ffi c, . fc. T T T" I III J " T T - FT J M 1 t C T IE1I.I s T Y"T"M 1" 1 1 1 !- 1 XJL I M TlT'" I J bllowiug named persons, who constitute lie members of Hie Board of Visitors oi he Kentucky Institution for the" Blind,- It Louisville, Ky. Mill recieve promptat HAVING DECIDED TO - ;- (ention. s, - taimer.s and cattle leaders county. &&& WFr W?' M " SPACE. S i o 2 o o cr" , SPEAKING AT BEREA. baby boy before t cold pool. 2 R fill KIT 3? SPV JtT SjjS' Bw. E RT Se fif, MM inches. 3 Inches. 4 Inches. S Inches. 3 - i Coi jiCoi ro1 KCoi !!!: ? ITT-.II- ? i 2 2 ? . 6o oowoo oo WTReading notices 10 cents a line for first Insertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion" Obituaries, resolutions of respect and similar matter at half rates. No specified position. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Hon. John B. Thompson and Attorney General Taylor locked horns on the money issue atBerea fair August 20th. Mr. Thompson opened the Jebate and spoke for one hour and fifteen minutes. He presented the evils of a gold standard in his forceful logical style which evidently carried conviction to the minds of every honest man who desired by his vote to bring about the greatest good to the mases of the people. It was evident that many who had accepted the decclaration of the Republican party as the proper thing, had their -- - International b) delusion, and tho. for it most paiicit I at all. UiiM i lm9ilS2 ' vsaa'sswf vsseaF J - UJK f ' In lie person of Mr. Colyer, we a Deino-raii- c present to you candiilate for Sheriff of Madison county, that embodies all i he (jualilies to make him one of lie strongest men ever offered His business in tne couiuv. to-da- I The cry M'ould that fre mean the loi country metal is too redici Not a man can silver is to come I a nation on earth than they need, harm come.M-ha- t coinage does no Government is to means simply t FOK I RESIDENT, WM. J. BRYAN,. of Nebraska. Kf QR VICE rRESIDKSTj AUTHUK SEWELI4 of Maine. FOIt JUDGE OF THE COURT OF AITEALS. W. S. PRYOR, of Henry County. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- FOR COXGKESSS. Puyor Foree, of Shelby county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the 8th district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Ions B. Thompson, of Mercer, is,a can- didate for Congress, to represent the Slh District, subject to the actiou of the Democratic parly. FOR JAILER. James C. Lackey is a Jailer of Madison county, subject to tlieH Id action of the Democratic party. ,v candidate eyes opened and much good is ex pected to Democracy as a result of this decision. General Taylor had been posted that a greater portion of the audience were Republicans, and it was evident from the start that he would indulge in rot. instead of argument. He started out with that abuse learned from those Democrats who have read their doom, and after call ing the best men in this country all the villainous names known to literature, proceeded to try to discuss the issue. He showed a greater lack of inior-mation ban any man whom the people ever elected to the position ne now occupies. .yl in me reply of fifteen minutes accorded Mr. Thompson, he shotted no mercy to hisopponent'but plainly showed to the audience how little Mr. know about the subject. Taylor will evidently post himself or avoid many assertions there made should he go speaking again soon. N T.-.yl- charge, and his coined silvei have nothing mor, an expense of tr ways, and being a considerable ti foolish enough to Then if the coinc vested in this com property or prod that do. country so silly as I cigner investing l If any one for his silver thej not, n there any compulsion. ' A Gold Man Abroad. P5- - &. r friend and ask him of it if lie can. Ac fer a blessing upon posterity. The crime to ron tne masses by decreasing the volume of the currency, has proved a good educator. Good will come out of this unmitigated evil. The cruel and Micked contraction of the currency of the country to make the rich richer and the poor poorer, lias Drought on a discussion that Mill never down until it is understood, and understood, and the people see Miierein they have been unmercifully robbed in all the past, the shylocks and owners of the precious metal Mill be shorn of their power over nations and men. "We may then have hopes of a brighter FINANCIAL FLANK. and better future. We are upon the temper. "Your veracity is not questioned." dawn of a better and a brighter era. The American people, from tradition and interest, favor bimetallism, replied the plucky drummer. "My Let us act with courage, firmness Mill reap our imd the Republican party demands proposition is a plain business one, and patience, afid just Tvw- -y in happy, prosperous the use of both gold and silver as IO0 to $10." si. y. , It lookodjjcToli-itynostandard money, Mith such restric'lestroy 'ys vv JjgSjOi-- . Ja'-iLtions and under such provision, to be ;im) Tmt of the room imjciirjEaMaiKirES&tiK:1 flitrtllitlff1 li Inrriulfitifiii 'ikirill ..o- - 2&0 of them said to the other: "The merchant who mado the cure the maintenance of the uarttv of values of the two inetfrfgo that statement is my brother-in-laand . CORRESPONDENCE. a gold man, and wo. cr.uuot agree on of thedtI,ar, Miiether of silver, that line. I'll tell you Innv that gold goldoc-jTape- r, hiiall be at all times matter happened. The bank ofllcials DOYLESVILLE. The interests of the produc- - of Richmond got together and agreed WF-- -' to iCSiers of the country, its farmers and forpay out gold for several d?ys past The drouth uas broken hern last week political etrect. It A a trick, by an nbuudaucc of rniu. its M'orkincincii. demand that everv v-- dollar, paper or coin, issued by the and that is how the gold got into my Mrs. Wui. liifale, who has been so very store. Before that dick for 60ine time past, is blowly imgovernment, shall be as good as any brother-in-law- 's never saM-- tho color of gold, and proving. other. tM-o Colson continue to day says. claim the Republican nomination About 40 traveling men and mer-for Congress in the lltli , and White ciianis Mere gatneretl in the M'aiting Mill contest. loom oi tne brag Hotel an evening or since discussing the money quesMEN WITH US. tion. The arguments grew apace. The Republican and boltocrat pa- Finally a merchant from Richmond, Ky; said: pers are constantly referring to '"What do you want Mith more sillights Landsey and other that cannot support the nominees of ver? There is plenty of gold in the They, country. Some 'ays I handle $ro tv the Chicago Convention. however, studiously avoid refering $G0 in gold at my store." no sooner This to gentlemen such as Hoke Smith, iid than one McCreary, Berry, Hill, Falconer and oi me traveling men present rose and said to the merchant: others Miio accept the Mill and "I'll bet you $100 to 10. and put up of their party and are willing to act Mith it for a blessing Avitliout the money, that you have not ha:i- for the assistance of foreign cneu fin a day m gold in five years unless it on some special occa powers. sions. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM, 1892"Do you mean to question my veracity?" said the merchant, in hot White and The Cincinnati Enquirer of Satur- told that .the mine could take his hit and get an ounce c so many cents (he course hoM- - much coined into a dolla that before or by free coinage of silv be on a par with one. Be no longer subterfuge, it is t of those that fat upon the miser; il qualifications, popularity, hospitality, sociability and irood morals are unsurpassed by any man ever befme our people; is probably the strongest man all over the county VYas!? $s3 that h;is ever bee i ollered for ollice. He has no enemies, or axes to grind and if nominated will certainly wear .the Democratic H. H. COLYER. regalia. Knox Mr. Colyer needs the ollice and II. II. Colyer was born in CJunty, Ky., 43 years airo. Son of the ollice needs him. This is a time when the party should con-s- i Stephen U. Colyer, the ler all the combined strength southern stock dealer, the war. II. II. Colyer com- before making a nomination. menced driviim stock younger Colyer ha never hud an office or probably than any otlu-- r man in asked tor one, hence they can the county. At theiieo! 14 he not say he has been helped enough lioiir!it 300 sheep and 55 cattle in oris a little greedy in wanting Colyer does not beKimx county. Sold iliein in Mad too much. . Sold long to any old town rings or ison and Clark couniie-xvindinii up to Elder J. V. cliques, but is a man that will the llaitliiiir. of Wiuchtf'ier. Sestled represent an uie people on an up everything and had a net profit occasions and at all times. it of 40. At he ae of f he dro e elected will not on y reflect credit horses to Xorih Carolina. Atone on his county, but will raise the d as the Sheep average of the high le Sheriffs time Wiis Kin-jo- f Has bought jof Kentucky. Kentucky. and snippto more msii jinceo CRAZY WOMAN RIDK-- 300 MILK: jncJ. to the wesiern markets than j HOUSE HACK. He isj n:iy miii in Kentucky. a& one oi the best' A Tipton, Indiana, Dispatch says well-know- n bt-fore 1 1 cla-se- j s to-da- y Apparently none the worse for her long ride of more than 300 miles on horseback across three states, Mrs. iallie Barnes, whose perilous trip was noted Enquirer, is at the home of in r, neat this city, awaiting of her husband.who will take the arrival her back to her home, near Cyntbiana, Ky. Thomas Barnes and wife were former residents of Wildcat Township, tilis county, and 'two years ago moveed to Kentucky, locating near Cvntl iana. Mrs. Barnes lias had spells of temporary insanity at diifereiit times, and while under one of them left her home on the night of August 3. She had for some time been anxious to return to Inli.uia and visit her old friends and neihbors, and the longing to see her old home becoming irresistible, she saddle a horse, and. unknown to her family, started for Tipton County Thursday night of this week she arrived at the home of her brother-in-laII. P. Kellv. who lives a mile north of this city, in an almost exhausted condition, both horse nnd rider showing the effects of a long, hard trip. It is only at intervals that her story is it te Iible, and from the fragments which are o be garthei edit is learned that she rode northwest to the Ohio River, crossing at some town aDove Cincinnati, the nan.e of but which she does not remember, thinks it was Augusta. The next town she remembers is Columbus, hid., an 1 she recalls when she reached Noble?-vill'JO miles south of this city. she made the trip without a cent of money, and sijs the people along the way were most charitable and kind. Two of the eight nights she was on the trip she rode all night, and the others spent tit farmhouses along the way. After reaching Columbus and the territory bordering on the recently overflowed White River she experienced much difficulty iu getting through, having in many places to wade and once or twice owim the horse. The trip wa made without injury of anv kind, and little short of'uiiraculous that a woman so mentally weakened should have ben able to so unerringly find her wav such a longdistance through a country strange to Iter. to-dae its.-een- is Andrew Cowan, I'res't. Hon A. E. Wilson, Chas. T. Ballard, Igau C. Murray, Jas A. Loech. D. Rev. A. Moses,-- 1. M. Mnldoon, Win. Cheatham, M. D. QUIT BUSINE vJvJ. As soon as I can dispose of my stock of goods, I hereby announce that on and after this date my entire itt luCMcMurtry. M. D. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. riini.iMii: MAR- c-Tf- nv glovek a nunncrr, louis WAKKIIOUoC nr nRY c ;. Ift VII.LK TOBACCO UUUUd CLOTHING, NOTIONS. Sales on our market for the week just amount to 4213 hhdi with re eipt8 for the same period 4832 hhds- tales on our market since January 1st, , mount to 115092 hluls. Sales of the crop jf 1893 on our market to this date tmouiit to 111130 hhds. The sales on our market this week ave been large and we arc able to re ortan improvement in prices for colory urley of all grades, some fine leaf selling t prices ranging fiom $15.00 to $21.00 er 100. The red type of hurley has hown some activity but uo decided adilosed vance. In fact everything in the House, inut closed out regardless of price for FURNISHING GOODS, HK7S, CKRPETS, W The following quotations fairly repre-eour market for hurley tobacco 1S95 rop: rash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 00 to 2 00 to jommon colory trash led i um to good col trash 3 50 to 5 00 (OLumon lugs not co'ory 2 00 to 3 00 ommon colory lugs tledium to good col lugs (Oraraon to medium leaf lediuin to good leaf ?ood to fine leaf 12 elect wrappery leaf The above quotations are not to green and frosted crops. EAK nt 1CASH miv JSlNo goods will be charged to any one. All goods charged this year and previous 4 00 to 0 00 to this year is now due and nun 6 00 to 8 00 5 00 to 7 00 be paid at once without fur7 00 to 12 00 00 00 to 15 00 to IS 00 ther notice. This is 15 applica-l- e N8EH MADE VIGOROUS. Strictly Business 1 and mean exactly what I say as my iicco unts and as to my stock goods on hand. I lVij-an- l 1 I" MY. 'fiat PEFFER'S n potency, thcr bctc, laDW- - 27" DA. ut Read this to yo Car-lisl- e, Ic-s- er s Mi-do- m s - tiv-Bj'di- v. w en-Sa- l. M-- M-- e Me DEMOCRATIC PLATF0RM.1892. won't any more." M-- A FINANCIAL FLANK. denounce the Republican legislation known as the Sherman act of 1890 as a cowardly makeshift, fraught with possibilities of danger in the future which should make all of its supporters, as as its author, anxious for its speedy repeal. "We hold to the use of both gold and silver as the standard money of the country, and the coinage of both n gold and silver Mithout against either metal or charge for mintage. But the dollar unit of coinage of both metals must be of equal intrinsic and exchangeable value, or be adjusted by international agreement, or by such safeguards of legislation as shall insure the maintenance of the parity of the two metals and the equal power of any dollar at all times in the market and in the payment of debts. "We ll discrim-minatio- B0LT0CRATS. Bflr'4 Uft ' FINANCIAL FLINGS. political chiefs of the future." Lonk-vill- o E,",d!2.; 8P,CUdid ,0t T1'ey WeDt themselves quickly to the American Evaning Timsf, Aug. 21. 1S90. money problem. The sound money In the light of this spicy comment, Editor Climax: j men and banking interests, led by bow careless of present application in Is this country n little weakling WACO. Senator Sherman, Cleveland and once an extra that it is to wait tho consent of other not to have ordered at ilr.Wm. Fulder of Lexington spent Carlislo with ft l,lonlif"l nupply of copy of the menu, and also make ar- nations before changingits monetary with bis father Dillard JFuldcr. " meansi llavc been beaten. The rangements with cook for all system, England acted independ- - Sunday Miss Lucy Adams is visiting Mr8!Am?can people are now thoroughly the remnants and bones left from this j ently when she established the gold w nrniiizari nnn uniiAntAii sn i.r. v.... .. " political and had them sent sianuaru, uermnny asked no co- Thomas .Davis' at Campbellviile j and use. of money, and made desper- ,. by dispatch to your poor dyspeptic operation when she abandoned gold tucky. j ate by debt and business depression TChtfseigbbor, the from in 1857, and she acted independent air. o. u. oearcy purcnaseu iasi week: thev aiejforclnrr fren silver naa m.in " ' ; r . ? which zn afternoon soup lor Mr. Halde- - again in 1S73 when silver was aban of A. S. Hisle tberEMis farm of 210 IbV Mm.f It A made An A relish ll Ul At doned. Praiice 'acted entirely inde- -. at m a r Mj,.,l j AVBRU skould UU rt a. EJwiDtn beatJen't'wherjshe thre- - Jior inintfi Lk dr4lfe,? home fojaryo . . . f u Mr-Hill's The national Democrats of Kentucky, so called, have met in State convention and have spoken their sentiments the same we suppose they would have their national convention adopt, and they have the effrontery to call it Jellersonian, Jacksonian Democracy. We suppose they are right. It is a The editor of the Pantagraph refers pity that the fellows at Chicago Mere not informed. We were not aware to the above circular as "Judge Chen-ault- 's circular." of the fact until this assembly met Young man, you ought to read the that Jefferson advocated a single gold standard, and that the double papers! We have a paper in our standard was a mistake of Hamilton office with a circulation of over October 2G, 1895, with this which lie deluded the people into on account of his deceptive oratory. circular in it, together with two othOld Hickory was the man that al- ers on the same subject, and with a ways advocated allowing national view to accomplishing the same end. Wo have noticed this circular in a banks to furnish the people with currency redeemable in gold. You paper published at Louisville, also a. Chicagoins are away off, so they ?ay. book generally circulated published A bigger lot of falsehoods and mis- at San Francisco. Judge Tarvin gave representations of two dead states- the name of the gentleman who gave men Avere never embodied in one him tho circular and read it to tho audience composed of both Demoarticle. crats and Republicans. The bankers present did not denounce it as a "HE NEEDS IT." forgery. Now, our young friend, why call it "Judge Chenault's Editor Climax: intimate some one may be "When Hill entertains Mr. Bryan at luncheon the menu Ehould be carelelly injured by its publication. Read the preserved, in order that the art of dress- papers and don't bo surprised at anya dish of crow, to thing that may hurt your party. ing and make it palctable, may not be lost to tl e cir-cular- 'or gency felt among our patrons especially among influential business men. Advocate an extra session of congress for the repeal of the purchasing clause of the Sherman law and act with the other banks of your city in securing a large petition to Congress for its uncondtional repeal, per accompanying form. Use personal influence with congressmen and particularly let your wishes be known to your Senators. The future life of national banks as ixed and safe investments depends upon immediate action, as there is an increasing sentiment in favor of government legal tender notes and silver coinage." The drummer's bet not taken. this place a graded school which we hope The crowd about evenly divided. everybody will favor. r .1 m nl me .uemouisi unurcn has .beeu reSOME NATIONAL BANK DISCLOSURES. cently repaired and is looking more than nice at present. THE PANIC CIKCPLAK OF 1893. The date of the quilt 6ale and Suudav "Dkau Sik: The interests of nat- school entertainment has been changed ional bankers require immediate fi- from the 22ud to the night of August 2!) nancial legislation by Congress. Sil- there will be music, singing aud speakver, silver certificates and treasury ing. Admission 10 cents. For the bennotes must be retired and national efit of the church. bank notes upon a gold basis made Mr. and Mrs.Charley'Eades have been the only money. This will require the authorization of from $500,000,000 visiting relatives in Clark County. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brock and Mr. to $1,000,000,000 of new bonds as a basis of circulation. You will at once and Mrs. Tandy Fades have returned d retire of your circulation from Mallory Springs where they have and call in of your loans. been for a short time. Be careful to make a money strint t one-thirone-ha- lf X "dismal failure," it might learn something to its advantage by dropping in on us any Saturday evening. It being a Republican paper of the "black as Egypt" kind, we cannot promise it a pleasant visit but a decidedly profitable one. In order that the representative of that sheet may be not surprised or should he conclude to' visit us, will inform him that the club has G5 personally authorized and enthusiastic mem- hers; not yiiuz men only, but young and om, white aud black from the best and most prominent men in the community who see in the success of the Chicago ticket the only possible means of return to former prosperity and freedom from the Octopus arms of Biitish tyratiy and Republican outrage. I will say, too, that among the number he will not find a single man who has been time and again honored by the citizens of this county only to pay the bebt of gratitude he owes by vigorous opposition to movement is on foot to secure for best interest and plainly express wishes. M-- markets. "It is doubtful whether the Republican party can be held much longer in check by sound money statemen, as its adherents are divided by powerful factions. The Democratic party is also breaking up under the with weary limbs and tongues and grate weight of the free silver agitation. ful hearts for a few hours of unsullied It matters not to Great Britain which pleasure and profit. party succeeds if the gold standard If the Pantagraph thinks the effort to is maintained, but either of the old organize a Bryan and Sewall ciub here parties or anew party which goes inwas a to powerjpledged to free coinage will be inimical and prejudicial to English minufactories and trade. "Th- American people cling with wonderful tenacity to party organization but financial embarrass-me.- it - ncti nuiiieu grounds, pleasant evening and excellent music, combined with theuntiringeflbrts of Mr. and Mrs. Burgin. Made the evening enjoyable and will linger long in the minds of all present. Dancing was indulged in and political talk until near midnight when thelargecrowd dispersed .o uegree prepareu to earn a sunie their fight for the English mjjicaj. assx, such a child than to secure for it thuadvantages Sold by Richinon Drug Co and W . G af an education. The scliool year begins White iu September and closes in June, and at the close the children are returned to DR. PEPPER'S their homes, as it is the desire of the 0YAL-TJ- S trustees, to maintain, as far as possible, NEW DISCOVERT. KCVEH FAILS. A new, safergUefforftur. the home ties of the child. excelTe, prest reliable andecanty or painful mensuration. Xow tued by ever 00,000 The members of the Board will gladly ladle. lnTljroratcs these organs, of dansrous imitation. Xamo correspond with any person who wishes paper. (2 per box, small bo iM. 6ent in to learn more of the school, or whodesire C Ftamps for plain wrapper,Hold end (c In. particular. by lora! V l'EFFJCHSfKUI-CAII drncrltoraddre to learn how to proceed to have a child ASSOCIATIVA, Chicago. 111. admitted to the school. Sold by Richmond Drus; Go. and AV. A letter addressed to any cue of the G. White. t Don't let drugzKt lmpo.'oa worthless or you hvnue ityteld a renter proflt. surtltuto her insiit on self. Ins 1'EEPEtt'S .VKKVICOU, or send ror It Can To withold from a bliud child such op- per. be carried In vest pocict. I'rcnald plain trrr.p SI per box. or for with A H rltten nrKcfand tb portunities is a serious mistake, while no Mncy. Guurnntce to Curedruc2lts. A"'''rf . amphlpt free. Sold by rxFrj-acnicuso, in greater kindness can be shown Iiing for him- Vlchtly Era!. loat. Iipti'imt', Mcao-- 7, VantlcsT Hl:- tjtctt ttlj abuse or excesses anr iet, and allFnlllnirof Insanity and consumption indiscretion. Wards off It acta poworlnlly and a' hers rail. Yocn men retrain lost manhood, old en recover youthful Tleor. A.tklu:el v Ouar- ltecri to Cure etToii,ae,s, X.n.t "Itnllt, HERSOR Bid! quickly. Cnrcs when Sai Must Be Y0D Ul NEED Regardlesi GOODS Tl ' ! i.. lotir nitbfl "TO 1 THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY WHETHER STOCK TO BUY NOW 0R NOT AS Wl LINE AND IS COMPLETE IN S3 EVERY PILLS lle-lra- MUST BE SOLD. Yonrs truly, Krl A, IW-- i ess fjmk. y & "? 5? v 5s W. A P. S. Fixtures for sale. and business stagnation has become severe for their patience, and they are ready for any change that promises relief. They are becoming convinced that it cannot be found in frUJS the protection theory, as that has SfTHJ been tried, and they are massing now mm on free silver. Whon that issue comes fairly before the American mm people, England will regret her mm apathy and adherence to the single gold standard." TrUEj e BjfeBpfBjgJlitBjgfB FalrlfIraUlfjll cij '.I I J ifl esstsai-- THE STATE SCHOOL FOR pa rJs irais saE-- r s Bfj T t T BUND To the Relatives CHILDREN. the Blind r Ss BOONESBOKOUGII. An excellent communication from Boonesborougn was unavoidably .'omitt-ed.thweek, but will appear next week. is and Friends ol Children in KentucKy. - - NEWBY. Squire E.C. Million held his regular Court, last Tuesday. There was a sprinkle of legal talent iu attendance, J. C. Chenanlt, II. B Hogg, Ten's Cobb, aud H. 0. Brewer, of Richmond. Hogs are on the rise worth 3 cents. Miss Mattie Holraan is better. Mr. Brewer and Judge Chenault made good Democratic speeches at Newby, and a Silver Club was organized consisting of 32 members. The officers are President H. W. Haden, Vice I. N. Douglas, Secretary J. B. Million. Sunday School at Slick Rock is progressing. Attendance large. That la What the London Fi nanclai News Says; NOT INTENDED FOR fective classes. Kentucky established her scool for "If a government contracted a debt blind in 1842, being the eighth school the of with a certain amount of money in cir. the kind in the country. There are now dilation, and then contracted the monev thirty-fiv- e such schools in the United volume before the debt was paid, it is the Suites, in which were trained, last year, most heinous crime that a government 3,757 blind children, of whom 1G2 were could commit against the people." in the Kentucky scliool for the blind at ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Louisville. The purposeof the State in founding the scliool was to give to the child with defective sight as good an education as is offered to the seeing child, and, in addition, to give it instruction in manual Editor Climax. In almost every State in our Union there are Iree schools for the various de- W jip pij sraj ras THIRTY g n Si puta MM ffiJa training. In 18S4 the General Assembly passed an act providing for the addition of a department in a separate building, and distinct from the whites, for the educaU.S. READERS tion of the colored blind children ol the Stato. LL mm frHJB VALLEY VIEW. P. II. Sullivan and 0. H. Brewer spoke to an appreciative crowd here last Saturday night. A club was organized consisting of 50 members, and named the J G. Burrus Free Silver Democratic Club. 1-?-? ttt PANOLA returned from a visit to his parents in Tennessee, Saturday. Rev. W. P. Dolton of this place will preach at Scaffold Cane, Rockcastle County, next Sunday, and at Bear Wallow Saturday evening before 5th Sunday at three o'clock. The storm Saturday night was heavy on fruit trees, breaking a good many and stripping of fruit. Some unknown party broke into the depot here and stole a couple of tickets. Parties from Jessamine county bought 20 heifers and some ewes from J. P. last week. Uncle Billy Carr has been buyJng heir Log-do- n v, financiers and statesmen. The trado of the world is now in our hands, but it will not long remain thero if tho United States goes to a bimetallic basis with free and unlimited coinage of silver. "With the addition of silver to the volume of money everything in America would take on a new face ; labor and industry would gain new life. The grip of, the gold on the products of the world would bo loosened and prices would riso. Great Britain would loose her mnrketw in South America, Asia, and Europe, and American bottoms would not be long in capturing the carrying trade of world. In carrying out the purpose of the founders of this public school for the blind the Board have endeavored to meet the expectations of a wise and beneficent public sentiment. They have The London Financial Xncs Said ifrh. tried to follow in the line first marked 10, out by those eminent meu, who, for many "The financial situation in tho Unit- years, guided the progress of the school. ed States is very serious. The SenWith this end in view they have seate has blocked all relief measures cured Bkillful aud devoted feachers, good proposed by President Cleveland, and faithful servants, improved educaand Congress is at a dead standstill tional appliances, and have provided on the money question. Tho free that the children under their control coinage Senators are masters of the shall be properly and kindly cared for situation. in respect to their foood, their ehelter, "This condition of affairs in the their clothing, and their United States Congress demands the providing the advantages of health, thus high clais immediate attention of the British boarding echool, free of cost a for.all blind Addition Money With ths oi Silver to the Volume c! Everything in American Would Take on a New Face. ijl SfBiJ SALE N 18: fflj THJSS ifgy m mm Slrti irS This sale includes our entire LINE of SPEING CLOTHING consisting of all 'M the LATEST THINGS in CASSIMEEE, CHEVIOT and WORSTED SUITS in both SACK and THREE BUTTON CUTAWAYS. Also Youth's and Children's Suits. Mi 0I7HJ frHJS children. Xotwithstandingall this, about seventy SOT per cent, of the blind children of n the teachable ages of six and sixteen years of age, are growing up in ignorance, without any share in thegreat sraj advantages so freely offered by the State. The American idea for a school for the blind is as far removed from its being an SfftJ asylum on the one hand, as it is from its being a hospital for the treatment of dis- m A warded Kentuc-ky,'etwee- 3TRAW "We make 0) this sale to make room for our PALL GOODS Highest Honors World's " FaJri AND mis CREAM ii ii crow-feas- t, Courier-Journa- l, CLAJ11 I twentv-dollar- s an-acr- ,rf"? -- opeirto fe( jmncyaiirtrotHracU j T 1 J- '"' her'j&jsimtglf . t "" s, jfjj&.r SPB MOST'PERFBGTrMADE.VJb RAKING POWWfl Leading , iL Olothiers Jj'" szs t jg) Ki. i v- - 1 " . rt ' , t .1 . y r1'-- " ?" c?j -". Hn, II - ....l is ,! .- - ?,SS1et i,r tk(-!-,. - 4 1, T i'rPP'' -- J it !? v 'V,'i?wrrar?PflHPwl .J ., 1" ., 11 i ;. -- a Fb . :fei r : r : -- 4 - ., - ... aC of weakness comes strength the blood has leen puri&. siy, as if the complaint was hopelessly fied, enriched and vitalized by Hood's rn-s- . incuarhle. As a matter of fact, Ayer's Sarsaparilia. It Pills not only relieve sick headache but course of'llood's barsaparilla this effectually remove the cause of this disis visiting spring uiay be the means of. tressing complaint, and so bring about a keeping you well and hearty all sumpermanent cure. It U visiting mer. It My little boy, when two years of age, IMPOA'ERISHED Blood canoes that was taken very ill with bloody flux. 1 visiting her Hood's Sarsaparilia was advised to use Chamberlain's Colic at Stanford purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood, clear and distinct as if painted on a was unable to provo had stole where in this issue. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and the act of giving one of the prisoners sign. The name was on givinir new life and increased vigor and consequently Judire of the largest in tho county, on the. AV. T. Richardson, of Junction the apple .the money, luckily procured jiart of a bottle. I Mrs. Rowland Brookshiro died in the Fayette county jail a lot of vitality. when pulled from tho tree, so half a Bumam dismissed Murray. He is opposite corner. One night during City, is visiting his mother and fathH carefully read the directions aud gave it near College Hill on Aug. 23. burglar tools. On being arrested he dozen reliable men testify. the hot spefl Mrs. Settle was sitting er at this place. It is not an itinerant tailor, and heretofore alone on PILLS are accordingly. He was very low, but confessed and said that he did it on tho agency of the long front porch that Misses Amy Thomasand May Stone, HOOD'S to operate- - eay to tike paint, or pencil, or nothing detrimental to his character -I- nfant of AV. F. AA'yatt died at easy Cure indiges slowly and surely he began to improve, account of financial distress. He chemicals, or dyes, or overlooks the two roads ami the of Louisville, are the guests of Miss College Hill on Aug. 23, aged 2 years. was scraping, hut" has been found. it to be paid $200. store. It was late and she had no Helen Bennett. a better understanding of the gradually recovered, and is now as stout tion, billiousness, headache. tho work of a mysterious agency, Infirmary association, will meet at transient nature of the many phys- and stroni: as ever. I feel sure it saved Churning- Done in Ono Minute, LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. light. She saw a man carrying a lot Mr. John B. Chenault which means that Uryan is the comPublic Speaking. ha gone to before proper ef- his life. I never can praise the Remedy reading room Tuesday afternoon at four of tools come along from the direction French Lick Springs where ho wilL ical ills, which vanish pleasant efforts Conr.ECTED Weekly. forts gentle efforts half its worth. I am sorry every one in Jesse Cobb will speak Aug. 20, at ing man. o'clock. Butter 8 to 10c lb of Richmond and stop at the side I have tried the Lightning Churn, you rightly directed. There is comfort in spend two weeks. Coder Cliir school-hous- e at 2 o'clock. so many forms of tho world does not know how good it is, recently described in your paper, and it Eggs G to 7c doz the knowledge, that door of the store. He laid the tools Rev. Dr McCown will fill the pulpit Buried at Berca. Miss Elise Bennett has gone to Fair sickness are not due to any actual dis- as I do. Mrs. LinaS. Hinton, Graham's is certainly a wonder. September 5, at Red House at 2 Chickens (live) 5c lb down and came back in front of tho churn in less at the Baptist Church, this place, Sun-da- v Elisha Witt died at his homo nenr Chickens (spring) Haven, AVashington, where she will ease, but simply to a constipated condi- ville, Marion, Co., Florida. For sale by than one minute, and leanbutter is eleo'clock. Taking a careful view of 5c lb .residence. the morning. tion of the system, which the pleasant Hagan's Pharmacy. Scailold Cane, in Rockcastle county, become a teacher. family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptgant and you get consideraWy more but5c lb the surroundings, he returned to the September 5, at Valley View at on Saturday, Aug. 15, 189(5, ageel Ducks (live) -- AV. It. Carr, Panola, sold to Jake Rev. A.O. Moore, presiding elder of ly removes. That is why it is the only Cheese 10 to 121c lb store. Mrs. Settle quietly awoke her Six weeks ago I suffered with a very ter than when you use a common churn. 7 o'clock. remedy with millions of families, and is probably GO years. Was buried Collins tvo steers that weighed 8Jc lb husbain' and the two proceeded hur- the Middlesboro district, is vuiting Rav. everywhere esteemed so highly by all severe cold; was almost unable to speak. I took the agency for the churn here ami W. W. Combs will speak at Kirks-vill- e with Masonic honors at Uerea. 21 4 pounds. G. AV. Young thi3 week. Beeswax sees it buys one. I 20c lb riedly t. the store. Tho burglar saw who value good health. Its beneficial My friends all advised me to consult a every buttei-makat 2 o'clock, September 5. While he lived in Rockcastle, his Ginseng -- T. H. Karr and, wife have gone Misses Ida and Elizabeth Voor-hie- s, effects are due to the fact, that it is the physician. Noticing have sold three dozen and give the best $2.50c lb them a:.d escaped over the fence inChamberlain's which promotes internal farm was mostly in Madison. Ho Wool (No 1) New Drug Firm. H to 12c lb to a corn field. He left a handsaw, of Decatur, 111., are the guests one remedy without debilitating the Cough Remedy advertised in the St. satisfaction I know I can sell 100 in this ! housekeeping in the Pickels house cleanliness formerly lived at Uerea in fact, was Burry and Cott 7 to Sc lb of Miss Florrie Cheuault. on 3d Street. organs on which it acts. It is therefore Paul A'olks Zeitung I procured a bottle, township, as they churn so quickly; H. M. llerndon, familiarly known one of the first merchants to locate Green hides. . ". ."Ho 4c lb several planes and other tools, which .Mr. Settle took to his house. 5" to Gc lb and after taking it a short while was en- make so much more Butter than comas "Doc," has bought an interest in there. Twice lie was financially un- Dry hides Dr. AVelby Burgin has returned from all important, in order to get its benenote when you purA Bryan Club was formed at Hagan's drugstore, Feathers (new) By the way, the Newland place is Crab Orchard Springs, where he has been ficial effects, tohave the genuine arti- tirely well. I now most heartily recom- mon churns and are so cheap. Some 32c lb corner Main and fortunate, but had considerably rechase, that you on Saturday Second, and the invoice t oiieord sehool-hous- e an old-tim- e mend this remedy to anyone suffering one in every township can make two or drovers' inn, and in the spending the past two weeks. cle, which is manufactured by the Caliis in pro- covered at the time of his death; was Oratorical. la- -t 52 menihers. olden-time- s fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by with a cold. AVin. Keil, G7S Selby Ave., three hundred dollars selling these when hogs and mules gress. Now firm name is Hagan & Miss Tempie Oldham will go to Cinmember of the Glade Christian Avery small crowd attended tho were driven South was "a noted stopall reputable druggists. By addressing J. F Casey Co., Attorney J. A. Sullivan Herndon. Thus we again have a church, and au old-tim- e If in the enjoyment of good health, 3u Paul. Minn. For sale by HaganV churns. you declamatory contest at Walton's ping place. ' The elevated location, cinnati Saturday and return AVednes-daDemocrat, St. Louis, can get circulars and full and the system is regular, laxatives or Pharmacy. is doctor for the Eighth District on the Herndon nt the old Herndon stand, selecting fall millinery Opera House, Tuesday evening, and long information so you can make Ing money other remedies are then not needed. If V porches, largo rooms, high ceilNational Democratic ticket. but not related. Hon. E. T. Burnain came up Managers E. H. Beazley and James ing, ample grounds disease, one dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral right at home. I have made SS0 in the with any Robinson's Robbers. with grass and Frankfort Saturday to spendt'a froms afflicted commended actual most skillful (I .:ni"s Jof II to the may be T T. Menefee lost out to the tune of trees even A Family ol Chairman. taken in time has prevented ma last two weeks and I never soM aiiy-thiir 1 D ir gave "Uncle John" Robinson, whose the fat chickens, cold physicians, but if in need of a laxative, ny with his relatives here. .t'il Lil"a 1$ ik er were united on last a fit of sickness and saved numerous While A. K. Denny is chairman of storehouse 12 miles out on tho Uig about $30. The thing was tried once milk, hard butter, golden honey and before in my life. one should have the best, and with the Thursday by Squire Anner. Mr. Cabell H. Chenault has reeverywhere, Syrup of lives. This proves the necessity of keepthe Democratic campaign committee Hill pike was robbed, has made lit- too often. The contestants were all many other requisites are there toA Farmer. (1) Figs stands highest and is most largely on hand, but one of the judges failed day as they were ante-belluA Bryan Club will be formed on in this county, his brother, A. R. tle progress in discovering the robm days. turned home after a two weeks stay usfcd and gives most general satisfaction. ing this incomparable medicine where it Gray HaJr made Darfc. can be ready and reached at all hours of 1 rnl.n night at Elliston and on Sat- Denny, is chairman of the gold dem- bers. Every day he missess some to arrive and the entertainment was Mr. Settle's motto is: "It's better at French Lick Springs, Indiana. considerably delayed. Mr. T. R. to have a thing and not want it than the day and night. It R. Aubrey and Byron Falconer urday night at Union Citv. ocratic committee in Garrard. So article that was taken, and he does I siw in your paper a stateent that it is brother against brother this not know yet precisely how much Walton was chosen in his stead and to want a thing and not havo it," so have gone to Louisville to engage ocean breezes or cool c'uanges,and velvet though gradual Zulu A'ulier would restore any head f Jh-- . BLOOD-punfierSain AV. Cruteher, McKin- ho with Messrs. C. C. Williams, of he is always prepared, and should with Nunemacher, the job printer. radical in their effect. Ay Tex., renews his .subscription to time and the devil take the hind- ho lost. On going home at night he Mt. Vernon, and W. I. Williams, of or velvetina capes serve a greater varietj hair to natural color in three weeks. As you go that way stop with him. most. Stanford Journal. left his coat hanging in the store, Misses Janette and Nellie Frost,and of purposes than those of any other ma- er's sarsaparilia is intended as a medi- I was very gray I sent for a sample packti; (' 1.1 max for another vear. Lancaster, retired at the conclusion and in the pocket was his pocket-boo- k, of Miss Ethel Heacox, of Lexington, terial, it being difficult to distinguish the cine only and not a stimulant, excitent, age, and in less than three weeks jmv the contest and decided that the LINCOLN ON MINERS. Douglas A Turpin were awarded Clubs. containing about $75 in money are visiting Mrs. Elmer Deatherage. latter fabric from high-grad- e Immediate results may hair was perfectly restored to natural silk velvet or beverage. ntrart for remodelling old brick Uryan clubs are being formed all and a good many hundred dollars in handsome gold watch should be not alays follow its use; but after a color. My wife's hair was a light red, Miss Nellie Louise Hood, who has at the distance of a few feet. (iiiircb at Vo:on City, this county. over the county. Tho people in the notes. This the thieves took; also awarded to James Marshall Saufley, On the day that Mr. Lincoln was been visiting Miss Laura AAralker,has reasonable time, permanent benefit is and by using Zulu A'ulier, her hair m of this place. Mr. C. C. Williams shot he sent message YACHTING IS A TROMIXEXT a to the miners returned to her home in Covington. certain to be realized. Life insurance license for Richmond country are so enthusiastic that they probably $75 worth of shoes, sugar, made it now a beautiful auburn. Any oho can the presentation speech, which of the AVest: feature of Newport life; consequently, S- -' per auuum, says au ordinance pub- are holding meetings in large tobacco cotree and other groceries. Mr. and Mrs.B. L. Middelton havo yachtingsuits command special attention. was appetite? Then do not try to get a sample package of Zulu A'ulier, by "Now that the rebellion is overbarns, etc. Speakers are needed Other robberies have been attempt- after both eloquent and benutiful, lished elsewhere in Cl.max. force food down; but use the sending 21 two cent stamps to AVhVon ic which the audience considering thrown, nnd we know pretty nearly returned from Old Point Comfort, Those of white duck or linen look cool every night and every one who can ed in the neighborhood. where they witnessed the great naval and appropriate on warm days, but blue most scientific means for restoring tone Co., New Concord, Ohio, and if it does Report says D. II. Francis, ex- - speak .should volunteer at once itself dismissed, dispersed. Mr. the amount of our national debt, the display. and restore the hair to natural color in . Saufley's friends were very proud of more gold and silver we niur uf Missouri, is to succeed do that much good for his country or white serge meet all requirements. to the stomach. How? AVhy by taking not George Jacob Can't Go. mine, we Ayer's Sarsaparilia, ami in a surprisingly three weeks they will return your staui(s; his success and showed their joy in inako tho payments of II lv Smith in Cleveland's Cabinet. and his people. Guido Biancho and iiis brother, Plain skirts and short jackets trimmed that debt so Latest reports from hog heaven, unmistakable terms. short time, yourappetite will come again it not only restores the hair to natural M uhson County Teachers' Institute otherwise Schweinfurth's camp at young men did well All of tothe much easier." "Now," said he, Ugo, are visiting Joe Giunchigliani. by gilt, blue or white braid, arranged and come to stay. Winners. Ugo Bianche has just come over from in crosswise clusters down the front, on and are be speaking with more it color, but will stop the hair tailing 111 Rockford, Ills., say there are fifty sion at Caldwell High School, immediately and is one of the best hair congratulated on their efforts. The am going to encourageemphasis, "I the old country. a revere or plain Eton (or Zouave) jackIn "The Incendiary," a puzzle story "angels" in the "heaven", and Geo. business man is not the most 1'r.ii lumstead, of Danville, conductor. that in every tonics made, and you take no risk, and if contestants were P. F. Adams, Rich- possible way. Are butpublished by the Enquirer, Miss Jacob can't raise the cash to reRev. J. AV. McCown has gone to et, each strap terminating in a gilt patient creature in the world. it does not fratisfy you perfectly shall have hunIN purts of fever at Berca have they Nanette V. Crooke won the the third move to California. Now that he mond; Rodman Keenan, Harrods-bur- dreds of thousands of disbanded Berea where ho will continue the ton, constitute stvlish costumes, the ad- He cannot wait to hear any will return your stamps. li. ii gn-atlexaggerated, so we are prize of $50 and Miss Virginia TayD. Victor Uallou, Stanford; protracted meeting commenced by dition of a white leather belt beiug opstory of the cause of his ailment. He A Render. (1) K.I..rin. d by reliable citizens of that lor the fourth of $25. Richmond can't leave, and his numerous trials Ward Goodloe, Danville; J. W. soldiers, and many havo feared that Rev. Carter Helm Jones. tional. White cloth revere on blue or doesn't care two straws about a fine spun their return home in such great for sundry acts of devilment are Throckmorton, It. tw Lexington; James numbers might paralyze industry by black suits, ornamented with gilt braid, theory ot how he should treat himself. A people should feel proud of this dis- coming on, he has decided to marry Dr. A. AA'ilkes Smith and his son Good Wind Milt-M- ake suits against the Motion ou $400,-(KM- play, as their neighbors have won Mrs. Tuttle, the old rip of an angel, M. Saufley, Stanford; Ken T. Riggs, furnishing, suddenly, a greater Elliot, who went to Old Point Com- are extremely effective, and rosettes with He may be predisposed to scrofula, or self. Cynthiana. Chairman Ash by M. supply of labor IL X. I. tc 15. bonds have caused two prizes out of six. than there will be fort to witness the great naval dis- a gilt button at the centre arc much in consumption. "That," he will tell you who claims to have two "holy ghost" Warren presided with much dignity, faor. The population of Newport is "has nothing to do with the case." He the Mouon to be placed in the hands of children; also that George Jacob while the music furnished by Mr. demand for. I am going to try to at- play, have returned home. I made one of the people's wind miBs Married. j receiver. tract them to the hidden wealth of The friends of Mr. C. K. Shackel- more stationary than that of Saratoga, wants to be well. If he can be cured, which I saw recommended iu your paconfesses that the children are his. Charles W. Kremer, of Pi of. L. V. Dode, one of Berea ColLouisville, ranges, where there is ford will bo glad to hear that he has and apparent wealth and elegance have write out a prescription and send in your per recently, it only cost me $). 40 ami is hery child of school ago is com-- ! lege's most prominent professors, took OtUors of theuigellic villains are to was one of. tho features of tho even- our mountain for Il- -d room enough all. Immigration, resumed his place in the Richmond a background of millions, while only a bill. So, here's the first part of the a splendid mill; my well is deep, but it b. law to go to school, and be married to escape the law. ing. Stanford Journal. unto himself a boimie bride in Iowa. which even the war has not stopped, National Bank, after an illness of six temporary display is often attained at proposition. li'iild prepare for it, as school will pumps it all right and with very Iittlo last w eek, much to the surprise of his Saratoga.-s- . The same people come here Drove Eleven Hundred Hogs to Richmond will land upon our shores hundreds Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery wind; the neighbors all like it, and as I The Daves. lutm nee in a few davs. weeks. numerous friends. She is a graduate of year after year, and a permanent insti- is a microbe hunter ' of thousands more per year from Virginia. "Blind" Dave, the fiddler, and his Perhaps it will be a surprise to tution in Newport households is Ivory persons of scrofulous and killer. Many am kind of a carpenter, I Itave agreed to ui. si rvation of Saturday night'.-- . Berea College; therefore not a stranger. overcrowded Europe. I intended to blood, encourage put up nine mills already, on which I Sidney Dozier, Esq., who lives in lipsi if the moon was prevented Miss Mary Lamson was her name, and crippled wife were ill town Monday, some of their friends to know that and furnishing crude inusi.se to all who the eastern part of Madison county, point them to the gold and silver Mr. T. D. Chenault, Jr., and Miss Soap, causing the millionaire's glass pre- the breaking out of unsightly sores, to can mi'ke a nice profit, ami there are lens. clouds, vivid lightning, the lived at AVateiloo, so the genial Proto sparkle like diamonds, prevent the disease going to the lungs. many others ior nlion: leanpHt up mitts would listen to it. Dave plays the was in the Climax oflice last Wed- that wait for them in .the AArest. Laura AValker will be married Sep- china rrtlic winds and heavv thunder. fessor knows how it was with Xapoleou. serving the colors of babj's dainty little There is no need of this state of dread this fall. I don't ceo n by every forissr nesday. He related an interesting Tell the miners for nn5 that I shall tember 1G. same old tunes he did twenty-fiv- e flannel sacques, or the varied tints of the and discomfort. Purify the blood. It should I. A'. Fisher, of Paris, has lost by story of a trip he made with others promote their interests to the utnot have a wind mill, when tlwy years ago. Georgetown Times. Southern Republicans. Prof. J. D. Clark, who has been 'older sister's Iramlsome shirts waists. ! ath his famous trotting stallion, can be done. "Golden Medical Discov- can make it themselves for less titan SI0, Dave comes to Richmond occa- to Richmond, Va., 54 years ago. In most of my ability; because their visiting Rov. C. P. Mr. D. F. Sharp,? of Panola, who s,S AVilliamson, at Nutbreaker, record 2:24J2'. Mr. ery" will cure 93 per cent, of all con- any one can get diagrams and complete prosperity is the prosperity Jof the A BENEDICTION has just Bristol, sionally, and from the number of 1842, a resident of the Old Domin- nation; and," said he, his eyes kind- Atlanta, Ga., has returned. lie says 1 sumptive cases, also of all other linger- directions for making the wind mill, by islur was once otrered $15,000 for Tenn., says returned from people that Kentucky do other places where we have seen him, ions capital, named Ratcliff, came to ling with bun. enthusiasm, "we shall that every one there is for Bryan, to golf and bicycle devotees has come ing bronchial, throat and lung disease. tending IS two-cestamps to pay jos-tau- e not know what free silver talk is un- he goes nearly everywhere else oc- Madison county and bought eleven PopulistSjDemocrats, Republicans, about in the shafirM a stimulated leg-giprove, in a very few years, that we etc., to E. D. AVilon it Co., Alleghecasionally. A dozen or so years ago, hundred hogs at$1.12 cash for part Charles F. Smith, aged 23 years, til they go to Tennessee. He says sure to get Simmon's Liver Reg, which is nothing more than a long we were driving through tho streets and $1.25 on time for the balance. He are indeed the treasury of the etftll. died of fever at AVallaceton, August that he saw a great many Republiulator for vour snriiu nipdicinp. ny, Pa. .and there can be dozens of them Adjt. Gen. Colver passed through tan colored stocking, the buttonholes 1Mb. leaving a wife; and while the can relatives there who say that they of Nashville, and there was Dave employed Travis Million and Andrew-Jenkin- s world." Here spoke the political Richmond thy,$ did the old folks put up in any locality by any one that It's yesterday from Lancaster to made in heavv silk on the exterior, with to gather the hogs together economist, the philanthropist, the sawing and jawing just as he did burial was in progress the house was will suppoit Uryan and the whole - You tak3?W"i!c I'"- - has energy to do it. A Frankfoit. He said that J. P. Napier, buttons fastened into proper place. Fori "niu and drive them to Rieumond, Virgi- statesman and the prophet. 'befo the wahr. Farmer. (1) rubbed. suade you to take anyTlifnfeiotxre3d- Democratic ticket. Hurrah! for the The Republican party and the a Paint Lick merchant, had be-- nom- cool weatucr feibut hosiery m solt plants nia. They hired Mr. Dozier, then a Southern Republicans. Hurrah! for d 1111 can't turn a corner in all Bank Democracy take inated a Republican candidate to succeed or mixed hues with a Daily Arrivals and Departures of Richmond strong young man of seventeen, National "cuff top," is substituted, and these have ulator by the Red Z on the package. tl Berea country that yon don't run the South. pleasure in attempting to destroy AValker, resigned as Representative. Horace Parks, Rice Portwood, Pen Passenger Trains. Don't forget the word Regulator vi upon a camp meeting, a tent meet-i- n, vf7 Hon. John B. Thompson spoilt a the advantage of being with or without Simmons Liver Regulator Reduced Rates. Coe, Ed Uently, Howard Uently, tho silver miners and are glad to debetter than 3:10 A. M., L. & N. Ar. from S. feet. r siime other meeting of a A Phil Christopher, Sam Wright and prive the people of one of their met- few days last week with Dr. G. One fare for lound trip to Indianapolis ;J:19 300 Bushels of ocxl eeeA l!arley for " " " " Dep. N. It is obligatory again this season that anything else, and sure to do you good. kind. William Crews to help drive. They als whiidi for 81 years they could Evans, at his home on North street. sale. Apply to J. W. Ptathero? JamuH Augubt 0 aud 31 and September 1. 0:05. " " R. N. I. a U. " W. shoes, hosiery and costumes should be in QtB YQli EYSR MAKE MQNEY Cosby, Richmond. Mr. Thompson is very confident, if r. ( ongrae Green went the old State road, then called convert into legal tender money. was elected Good until Septembers account Nation- 0:25 " " L. &N. " N. EASY? Only tho Democratic party headed thinking that he will win by five keeping; therefore, tan or black still enPr. side nt of the Concord Uryan al Democratic Convention. tho "Wilderness Road," to Cumber" " 10:10 " " Ar. from S. joy great favor. Open work, lace lib, or by Bryan and Sewall entertain the thousand majority. ( bib John Moborley and J. AV. One fare for round trip to Ixmdon Ky. 12:15 P. M., R. N. I. & U. " " W. land Gap. Thence through Powell's idea of Lincoln that "the prosperity small embroidered designs on plain colMit. EniTOiK I have read how Mr. C. Tho following ladies and gentleValley and continuing the old Fort S'agner Vice Presidents, and Shelby account Laurel county Fair August 2G-" Dep. E. 12:15 " " " " " ors, with white or colored tops, enjoy E. B. made so much money iu the Dish Ta lur. Secretary. Chiswell or pioneer road from Vir- of the miners is the prosperity of the men havo been camping at AVitt good until August 20. D. & N. Ar. from S. 12:55 " " A'ekona Clakke. Washer business and think I have beat AA'ILL sell at tin- - Court House ginia to Kentucky, finally crossed Nation." Springs, about two miles from Ir- great prestige. Excursion to Cincinnati, Saturday 1:05 " " " s. Powell has an eight-wee" " N. ". him. I am very young yet and have door. County Court day. This we firmly believe. AATere bi- vine, en the Kentucky river: Rev. Ulue Ridge arid down tho James the COKX " Dep. S. old pup fioin George- - F. Anderson's, August 20, SI 50 round trip. Train 1:10 " " " had little experience iu selling goods-- , River Valley to Richmond. They metallism to prevail at least one hun- AV. F. Smith, .Miss Berry, of Paris, leaves 0 30 a 111. Returning leaves Cin- i .o: ii ii ii ii ii Bo.b county, that is a monster Reports indicate on the whole a slight but have made over eight hundred dolwere two and a half weeks on the dred thousand idle men would take Miss Lucy Crow, Miss Alice Arnold, a, id when grown will be as cinnati 10 30 p. in. " " " 2:05 " ' N. were paid only $8 a on new life and swarm to the moun- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Deatherage, and improvement in the condition of the corn lars In ten weeks selling Dish Washers. at one o'clock, my interest in tho road. They lup as a small cow. 2:30 " " R. N. T. & B. Ar. from E. crop. Iue corn is generally reported in- It is simply wonderful how easv it is to home place, one i nth of 109 Daughters of the Confederacy. month and expenses, but in those tains of the Arest. At least one hunMrs. John R. Ford, of Lexington, " Dep. W. 2:45 " " " " " There have been already formed depressed times when corn was only dred thousand would prepare to feed Mo., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. ferior and badly cultivated, while early sell them. All you have to do is to show acres, 1 mile from town, on the Big Commander Thorpe of Tom Collins Hill pike. L.&N. Ar. from S. s. ei JJryan Clubs in the county Post, C. S. A., announces that all 0:10 " " 40 cents a barrel in the field, and and clothe them and others put to L. G. Barbour, on College Row. corn is at a stage where a full crop is as- the ladies how they work and they can" " " " 7:33 " " N. sured," a cessation of rain now would have not help but buy one. For the benefit with a membership of l,0;tO, and the widows and daughters of Confedcows $4 a head, $8 would buy a great work, incident to the new life. Mrs. Ford is 81 years old, but by way " " Dep. S. county not yet half organized. Lot erate Soldiers are invited to assem- 7:40 " " Money could be had to meet present of astonishing the household she a telling effect on the late portion of the f others I will state that I got my start deal. 8:30 " " R. N. I. is. B. Ar. from W. crop, which forms no inconsiderable part from the Mound City Bish Washer Co., tin good work go on. obligations by many who have com- dashed into the kitchen and Capt. P. P. Ballard. Auctioneer. at the court house in Richmond 11:43 " " ble It jwas a fine trip for the boys, as made a " " N. 12-St. Louis, Mo. AVrite to them and they none of them had ever been so far pletely despaired of ever being able delightful sponge cake in remark- of the acreage. at 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, 11:43 " " L.&N. Dep. In Jackson county on Saturday, ' " S. The per cent, abandoned on account of will send you full particulars. to meet their obligations under a ably short time. from home. v. were told that the two men linker for the purpose of organizing a chapI think I can clearover$3,000 the comwet weather and loss from overflow is not Mr. Dozier says prices were much forced and unexpected gold standami Reese, recently wounded in a ter of the "Daughters of the ConfedMr. Coyle Tightens the Coil. Last Friday night, Miss Florrie as great as was indicated in report for ing year, and I am not going to let the City Collector's NotiDs. lower then than now, but he believes ard. eracy ." The object of the chapter band to hand fight with Winchester Eiutok Cmmax.: Stay the hand of tho despoiler and Chenault very elegantly entertained July 1st, the average over the State being oportunity pass. Try it and publish money was plentiful. in part is to buiiiha monument to the a 1 44 would probably die. Cyxthiaxa, Ky., Aug. 17, 180G. had vetoed morebank bill, as Jackson destroyer of homos and happiness her guests, Misses Ida and Eli2abeth 9 per cent. The threatened injury front your success for the benefit of others. Confederate dead. he indithe I see a piece in the Pantagraph that cated in his message to Congress in and give this Republic a chance to Voorhies, at her home on Main street. Chinch Bug has been checked to a great Tin Pantagraph plunger is unIt J FC All of the City of Richmond Auctioneer's Death. says that I am not acitizen of Berea. 1830 About 10 o'clock a repast of water- extent by the bountiful rain fall. The do I worried lest we lose our job, are hereby notified that their taxes for that ho would do, and times live. MONEY MACE IMA MINUTE. and is assured that should we be At Liberty, mo., tewis P. Muir, I was the first Coyle that moved to the were hard. the year 1S90 are due and have been duo "The prosperity of the miners is melon and other fruits was served, damage over the State from this source since July 1st, 1990, ami if they are not after which the young people spent is only 3 per cent. tin d as he once was, that we wont formerley of this countv, died sud village of Berea. Lived there several the prosperity of tho Nation." I have not made less than sixteen dol- paid by November 1st, 1S90, a penalty of Officers of Election. their time in dancing and "spoonwhin, and ask to be allowed to denly aged rl years. He was known years. I now have a store in Berea. ten per cent, will be added, as prescribed ing." Since 1S78 there have been nine epi- lars any day while selling Centrifugal by ordinance. Oflice same as County over the country as tho famous My family and my home are now resign." Appointed Aucust 12, 1896, by County all Ice Cream Freezers. Any one should Attorney. I am Prof. J. H. Chandler, who haf been demics of dysentery in different parts of J. L. BAXTER, - Andy Turpin, whose two sons Shorthorn auctioneer and was one of in Cynthiana. coinage for Bryan and Judge J. R. Burnaui, for one yean City Collector. of gold and It Court House N. B. Deatherage and the best posted men in America on Sewall; free traveling in the interest of Central the country in which Chamberlain's make from five to eight dollars a day were killed by the boilor explosion He was a silver at the ratio of 1G to 1. When I II. C. Hargis, Judges; John Taylor, Adams, Mrs Lizzie Shorthorn pedigrees. University, is spending a few days Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy selling cream, and from seven to ten in Clark county, as reported in last tho last was used w ith perfect success. Dysen- dollars a day selling Freezers, as it is brother of J. V. and J. Walker Muir, was" in Bomrey, AValter with friends in this city. Prof. wnks (1,1 max, was formerly a of this comity, and leaves a wife, for- severalBerea, said of Jul', I saw Clerk; B. F. Golden, Sheriff. P. Baxter, Beati, Miss Ahnois men who they were for City Hall A. S. Coyle, W. bo principal of the tery, when epidemic, is almost as severe such a wonder, there is always a crowd r sident of the Union City locality, Brouaugh, J S Brush, J T Chandler will merly Miss Alice Clark, and three Bryan, that had not been voting with Judges; C. T. Wells, Sheriff: E. W. Car, John 2 preparatory department next term. and dangerous as A siattic cholera. Here- wanting cream. You cm freeze cream this countv. Campbeli, M R children. Paris Kentuckian Citi- the Democratic party. I suppose Wiggins, Clerk. Messrs. Frank AA'alker and Phillip tofore the best efforts ot the most skilled elegantly in one minute and that astonBe it ordained by tho Members of the Crofton, F E Chenault, Lora B Dick Rice has been on the ailict-e- d zen. AV. II. Harris, not Republicans now, but they are University Ed Ballard, AVygant. They report a good time, physicians have failed ta cheek its rav- ishes people so they all want to taste it City Council : Donnaver, John Duerson, Robt list S"veral years and has decided they were for Lincoln and Grant. (1) That the price of license per anJudges; B. C. Totts, Sheriff; J. R. Cor- and say that it is a fine place lor ages, this remedy, how ever, lias cured and then many of them buy freezers as Col. Durrclt's Scheme to Get a Fort Friedman E of Life to leave the State for health. He The writer says that I have heen nelison, Clerk. the mogt malignant cases, both of chil- the cream is smooth and perfected froz- num for asents twenty-fiv- e Insurance Comcamping. Garr, Rev J M dollars. In his able address at the unveil- deranged for20 years. I see he knows lias advertised to sell his interest in most en. Every Freezer is guaranteed to freeze panies shall be Chenault Harvey Chenault, Jr.,B. J. Dr C. P. Meredith, of Eminence, dren and adults, and under the (2) Any agent who shall solicit or Harp, Geo the home place at the court house ing of the tablets at Bryant's Station, tho time we elected him and Calvin Clay, Judges; C. J. Jackson, Sheriff; Hartsfield, Clandia trying conditions, which proves it to be cream perfectly in one minute. Anyone transact business for any Life Insuranco Hale, Mrs Allio Harris, Judge John H Grand Master 1. 0. 0 F. of Kentucky, near Lexington, the 17th, Col. R. T. Todd, a Democrat, to tho office of Newland Jones, Clerk. door, September court. the best medicine in the world for bowel can sell ice cream and the freezer sells Company without first'having secured a Hisle, Arana made an official visit to Madison odge Harris, Mrs. Leslie Durrett, of Louisville, suggested that Justice of tho Peace in a district that itself. My sister makes from ten to fif- license so to do shall be fined twenty-fiv-e White Hall Sanford Oldham, GranMonday night and made an address on complaints. For sale by Hagan's Phar A fellow, just for fun, took Hugh the site of the old fort at Boones-boroug- h dollars for each offense. teen dollars a day. J F Casey & Co , was 100 majority Republican. I ac- ville Clark, Judges; J. W. Shearer, Hunter, Nannie macy. Colyer's horse and buggy from Uerea the outlook of the order in the State, T. T. Co ixgto.v, Mayor. Lallet. Elena be bought, the fort repro- knowledge he is right in that asser- Sheriff; A. J. Hampton, Clerk. 1143 St Charles St, St Louis, Mo., will A. C. AVells, Clerk. fair and carried them several miles duced, and used as a museum of Mitchell, Rose Ann Mitchell, Mrs Mary afte' which "e'was entertained vith a to SI. Paul. "Big Four" mail yon full particulars free, so you can Richmond, Ky. McCreary T. M. Oldham, Josiah Powers, It away, and now says he did not know pioneer relics and a sort of monu- tion. It was a mystery to the RepubHe left yester Dr AV B Powell, Mrs Sadie E banquet at Zimmer's. On account of the Thirtieth Encarap-inent- make lots of money anywhere as with day afternoon for Laucanster, where he that Colyer could so eloquently ment to the memory of tho bravo licans how it was done. It will also Gentry, Judges; James Noland, Sheriff; Rowland, Ann Robinson, Mariah A'aration Tiwr. A. R., at St. Taul, Minu., Sep- one freezer you can make a hundred galbe a mystery to tho gold bugs how W. J. Risk, Clerk. t hort in plain English. Robinson John will visit the local lodge, and will then tember 1 to 4, tho Big Four Route will lons of cream a day, or if yon wish they pioneers. But the first high tide wo can elect Bryan when all the Tiptou John L. Griggs, Frank Ed- Poss, Mrs. Effie " Ross Fannie take a trip through northern Kenuicky 6ell tickets at one cent per mile from "will hire you on a salary. Is at hand and is gladly welcomed by - Rev. Carter Helm Jones in his would carry the fort away, and Col. money power in the world is against wards, Judges; AV. AV. Combs, Sheriff; Royce, Callie (col) He reports a net Smallwood, Mrs P Sewell AV P on the same mission. all, especially those whose duties in life u nt sermon at Ueroa, Friday moru- Durrett could have it landed at him. I voted for Grant and all John AV. Grider, Clerk. lines. Tickets good going statioua en lis Mary A. It increase in the Stale membership of Sherling J have caused them to greatly run down la,; scored Thompson and Taylor Louisville practically free of charge, tho Republican candidates up to this August 30 aud 31 and September 1; AVaco J. T. Embry, J- - AV.Moores, Sr., Scbot, Cindy Turner, Milton & more than two hundred. A Wife Eqiut t a Gotd Mine! Eliza 2 their system to meet the requirments,. for blasphemy in their speeches at relics and all. good returning until September 15, with date. J. C. CoYbE. Judges; J. P. Denbam, Sheriff; AV. D. Quiseuberry, J R physical and mental, forced upon them.it: Uerea fair, the day before, in refer-mc- e privilege of extension until September Bonny, Clerk. Both Ticklish. FASHIONS AT NEWPORT. AA'ill some or your readers give me a With these and others, J. B. AVILLIS, POSTMASTER. it iaimpoilant&t' to the Uible and silver, and Sec uearesl agent.for particu-ar- s 3JJ, 1896. Slate Lick. Kavanaugh Sidney Noland, James James Prewitt and George Burton, goodrecipe for m:;in cold starch? 1 whether at home, at the sea shore or iu 11-then ripped the roulette wheel up both of Kirksvillo, engaged in a a3 to routes. Bybee, Judges; II. C. Jauies, Sheriff; Although black is often somewhat igTho camp meeting opened last am selling LIGHTNING. flat irons and iron thecountrv, that some thought be given" the back which wheel ran openly at nored in early Spring or summer tt fight at that place last Thurs- Thursday with Rev. J. J. Dickey, of C. C. Norris, Clerk. UE0. AV. KH.EY a little at every house aud have to use to diet, and as further assistance to tl:r far .Kingston T.E. Baldwin, J. M. Hen itself soouer or later, and particu day evening. Uoth had good London, preaching; Miss Anne some starch Lightning struck a cabiu in the yard place and wjut to ture, a good building-umedicine like A Bryan Club will be organized knives and they amused themselves Cruteher, of Richmond, organist; dren, Judges; J. B. Parks, Sheriff; U. F. oi Hon. Jhon Sam Owsley, Sr., Friday larly during the present month possiOf ShelDyvillo, Ky., Recommends know how to make good cold starch. My Hood's Sarsaparilia had best be restored, in Cruteher Precinct nt thoir voting by tickling each other with them. Prof. Hays, of Winchester, formerly Parks, Clerk. Wright's Celery Capsules. husband was in debt and I being anx- to. If the indigestion is poor, liter deafternoou and stunned the cook, Vicie bly as a contrast to gay colors, or as Bear AVallow F. M. Hill, Douglas place, on Friday evoning at 7:30 After the tickling was over, Prewitt of Richmond, cornetist. Dr. Henious to help him thought I would sell ranged and trement headaches seem to Turpin, who was olso strucksby tome heralding the approach of fall. o'clock. Hon. P. H. Sullivan will was found to bo cut vory badly on derson and a quartette from Cincin- Young, Judges; Speed McKeont Sheriff; of the scattered material. The bolt seemBlack lace on fine white muslin is Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '00. To flat irons, and I am doing be the rule. Hood's will change all this address the peoplo on the topics of tho arm and slightly in other places, nati, arrived Friday. Dr. Messick, Irvine Jones, Clerk. splendidly. A cent's worth of fuel will and enable evervone to return to their ed to have enteied the window, which very effective, aud three or four rous on Wright Medical Co., Col., 0 : Duncannon John C. Miller, J. S. the day, and will also speak at and Burton was cut in the side, just of St. Louis, will arrive have purchased a box of heat the iron for three hours, so you home and business iu refreshed state of Geuta was torn out, sash and all. The woman a skirt; with a ruffle at the edge' and Newby school house the following below the fifth rib. They were im The grounds aro in excellent condi Boggs, Judges; H. Clay Jones, Sheriff; was burned on the arm, which shows a crossbands on the waist, denote trulj ele- Wright's Celery Capsules from G. 1 havo a perfectly even heat. You 12 can mind and bodily health. evening, Saturday at 8 o'clock. mediately arrested and placed un- tion, four sulphur springs and afresh H. E. Allen, Clerk. ' Middelton. druggist, and used them fca iron iu half the time and no danger of blister, and has since been laid up. Tvo gant taste. AAr. Bogie, L. 0 ISeafssss Caanot So Cured Everybody invited. Black and yellow combination! are Sour Stomach, Torpid Liverand Consti- scorching the clothes as with the old der bond. Their trial comes up next water well furnish abundance of Blue Lick George other persons in the house nt the time noticeably popular among Thursday. the i gay pation and found that they cave me .im- iron, and you can get the most beautiful by local applications, as they cannot water. Robt. Gillen by the aid of Gabbard, Judges; John Johnson. Sheriff; were not hurt. Base Ball. Stanford Journal. Clerk. reach the diseased portion of the ear. thiongs at the Casino, or in afternoou mediate relief even' time. 1 think it an gloss. I sell at nearly every house, his daughter, Miss Florence, sets a John Howard, A. Anderson, John Bur-dot- t, as There is only one way to cure deafness, Silver Creek vs. Richmond, at Silver Hurrah (or Thompson. Berea. W. drives on Bellcvuo Avenue, black pi lines excellent remedy. bountiful table, and thus the maAVTLL AND WONT. the iron saves so much fuel everybody Creek, Saturday afternoon. Can go Judges; J. S. Cade, Sheriff; AV. and that is by constitutional lemedies. Last Thursday night the Uryan on yellow Leghorns, or mbts of Iilack Yours very truly, wants one. I make SI. 50 on each iron down on train after dinner and return club at this place had the pleasure chinery moves steadily along as if H. Kobe, Clerk. Deafnesslis caused by an inflamed conGeo. AV. Rilev. on ball bearings. A large platform 0 Bumam. J. C. Adams, AVtn. AVest and have not sold less than ten any day Col. Breckinridge will not run as! an tulle and wings ornament yellowjlace to supper. of hearing Hon. John B. Thompson, with boad roof accommodates the mucous of jl Judges; J. AV. Ballaid, Sheriff; A. M. independent candidate for Oongress. straws. tho I worked. My brother is doing well and dition of Tube. AA'henliningtube the EuDemocratic candidate for Congress audience. A number of families oc- Davison, Clerk. stachian the gets Cattle. A handsomo black skirt and yjhlow I think anyone can make lots of raonev flamed you have a rumbling sound" inTevis. J. B. AValker, Kinch Tudor, Col. Breckinridge will run as an indepenor waist are considered very recherchei and vlOST IN QUANTITY. BESTIMQUAUTV- - anywhere selling irons. J". cupy cottages and housekeep. J. G. Norris has returned from from the Eighth Congressional Judges; AV. P. Prewitt, Sheriff; B.F. dent candidate for Congress. This is F. Casey & imperfect hearing, and when On free silver. Mr. Thomp it is Leslie and Clay with 95 yearlings Slate Lick is immediately on the Cottori, Clerk. Co., St. Louis, Mo., will start anyone"in about the situation, so far as it can be a black. Neapolitan hat," clouded in iilack closed Deafuess is the result, and Cruteher. S. AV. DeJarnett, John gathered from the newspaper correspon- Milane", with black aigrettes and w and cattle in " excellent son makes a very fine argument and L. & N. R. R., and all trains except the business, as they did me if you will shows by this that he is ouo of tho the through night, stop. unless the inflamalion can bo takes out Murphy Judges: T. J. Douglas, Sheriff; dents. Georgtown Times. to be worn with white or colored ondition. Go and see them. m and this tube restored to its normal conI address them. ablest men in Kentucky. Every ono tumes, is essential to every Ne Among those present are W. L. C. M. Lustman,- - Clerk. c i Democratic Paper. V was pleased save the Boltoerats or Cruteher and family, Mrs. Sarah J. dition, hearing will be destroyed fortvwrr THE SKIRTS Poosey. Thomas Jones, John Sallee, belle. To OlM&se tio STstsau Ta' Clijiax has received in the McKinlej aid society. Mr. j'Hagan and family, Miss Elmore, Judges; G. W. Warner, Sheriff; Newt of soma bathing suits are noticeably nine cases tmt of ten are cassed by ca wiiiTS'S itMimunirz !RZH YOHXO ESOPLE V3 111 it EffectBftllyyetgefitly, when costive or tarrh, which is nothing but an mJhhmI exch a copy of tho Louisville Thompson has always been a staunch two ladies from Louisville, Mr. Trib-bl- e Hendren, Clerk. Buori, bo mucn .so"uiat. tnei urawcru no look'lovcly inU-wliit- e hats f cbjflon, .bilious, or,vheu'tbe biochLk impure or comlitMHi f thfimaeonssariMeMs D ii)-"av- , successor to he Star. Democrat never abondoning his Newby. I. N. Douglas, Ben Tudor, not show at allfrand vtha slge'ves.a snp-land wife, Shelby county, J. tulle and" white wings;;o- - Htir driitw of duggaiTJp?HHtIyjovereome It is a purely Democratic paper party. , We will give G Httadred Dolbw fa J-Ellison Brock, StfLohie',Erof. Brock, 'Judges; ,W. H. Tudor Sheriff;. Tt. ,E. short pnft. Mohsir,' brilIintine,'rH-genroineluwies, their chsrios-BuhYEARS FOR Uby toawdcMititt kMaeys WL the onlv one in Louisville. It is edNothing' can bo said detrimental this do SntyYta tmotofffanhef. Tom Tudor, Clerk; H , fjs,-- r "J and even tefffeteTattkaad-blMf- c Jei8 (cuaed "SUitf- - (white aH WORM Romadtos. HM led 1 ostiich ftatbar . -- .. :? wui , : v.- uwrrrertosB&kr- wtivHr.r without u :L rfsi-esfeT.. ited by Brent Ashen ISvgry to his csrejpr as a polilioian, riu! rn.'J,by Hall's Cftfefrfe JiV . .. umM U ' . & aw ttfitsure ncwoa IfKftY BOTTLE GaAttfTSfc JRMIU1UB viwirii,be e botfi' inaaea ,1 faw, llijc- - ' "V jL. n.lL SHbaoribe for.it. evftrjr vo for, hJaC Jo tJipet M "W Ula.BKWN 01 . frnue o wf-arno-wj5vtfmK&2$ ,PropC Toledo J .imjui av 'Sjfipecfe; ueara m m. V tj l(!t- 0--13 -4Sr. .. 'Ex-Govern- or .Secretary ol Ihc Interior. Still They Come. Robbers. Dismissed. David Rowland Francis, A Scott county Republican who inOn Sunday night' last, tho depot at Last Thursday evening W. H. of St. Louis was on Monday appointed tends to vote for Uryan informs the robbed. Tho thieves Adams ncciised Frank Murray, a J'anola T WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, - - 1S0G. Secretary of the Interior by President Times that four of his Republican tailor who works for Charley Jacobsjt took a small amount of cash and Cleveland to succeed Hoke Smith. This is neighbors will vote the same way. with stealing thirty-tw- o dollars out of several railroaH tickets. O Ulcers are a distinguished honor worthily bestowed. Georgetown Times. his pants pocket which he had looking for tho robbers. . Miss Katherine Blanton Wasn't that cool weather "out o' Madison is now prouder than ever of her brought to him to have" mended. friends in Shelby ville. jdght"? Attempted to Rob Settle. distinguished son. Bryan on an Apple. Murray was immediately nrrested Mrs. AV. E. Muncoy It. S. Rice offers interest in lands for M. D. Settle lives at the old Si Ab Fish, of Ueren. hns sent the and taken to jail where he stayed all Financial Distress.' friends in Eminence, sale. See ad. apple on which is the night. On Friday morning the exam- Newland place, just this side of Big M. H. Bourne; a well known young Climax ah Miss Annie Mershon is word URYAN in largo letters, as ining trial came on and Capt. Adams Hill, at the intersection of the Berca you want bnrley, sec ad. elso- If Lexington attorney, was caught in pike. Ho has an extensive store, one cousin, Miss Clara Mershon, THE CLIMAX. PRRSriNA w 'NB of my sick headaches," you will hear people frequently - OUT A Gladness Comes - er ty y, t 1 few-day- A ng well-inform- m i : - iJW s, n ' to-da- NO - et A g; long-draw-o- of itTer J nt n, BE fy&Shte n g.iyly-colore- viiAVv:S vsj i pro-traet- ed 29-3- 2S PUBLIC SALE!. C ks al-r-j- nl. September 7, 1896, m-t- R. S. Rice. 13 Tas tax-paye- - V. LIST OF LETTERS City Ordinance. i t, 13 self-heati- as-er- ts evy na' self-heati- to-da- y. i 9-- Dis-distri- ct, r- eu-tir- ely IHiH itasatm L'3 - " ane -- e, Ibo !lYSS33tiIiO Derao-crat-shouldj- -- -- 3v JirHH.iiould pope te !' n.-.u fclii ,-' a.'.:...'.-- vua t , f ,s: -- .c e lw,o?'el, afca!?1" eu!i'r .mj SE? iienna irwi-20 Iblt-aturtpftt- M, j. Til m &M - '" & .'"v-f.- ,?v ESL C-- P Ci4 -: UA- r'"- -, . Er-5'., 4 S ijj .v- - .- - i - - if 1 ""If sK &.V-- s - - ri-" t -- ti K -- 1 KENTUCKY NEWS. XTmrU i. ba latest Hmn rrocn All Commonwealth. of the WATER WAS NEAR, Bmt lamp exploded in Mr. Kugcnc "Moyna-hnnhouse Sunday night while all tho family bare a young lady and child were at church. The handsome house eoon took fire, and Mr. Moynahan and family and hundreds of spectators tood by and waU-heit burn to the gronnd, although water in plenty to extinguish the fire was nearby. The loss was about $3,531, insurance about 12,300. 1 he resnlt of the fire provoked much auusc from many citizens of the tonn officials. Two months ago the toivn and water compan had a disagreement over the contract price of water, the town alleging bad quality. The water company was notified that no moro water would be ncecpted by the town till the matter was settled. The rluffs were spiked, end a suit is now pending in the court. Mr Moynahan and many others say that had the waterworks been in operation nearly- all of his house cculd have been saved, as a fire plug was only a short distance from thchou$c. 's d 2iciiol8Vii.l.e, the Cltlxmn Had to Stand Watch ths lloaoe Darn. Ky., Aug. By and 24. A GAVE HIMSELF UP. John It. Jitt Surrenders to tho Authority . Stylus He Hud Killed William A TEXAN Murrcll. L.vVKi:NCi;nui:a, Ky,, Aug. 18. John Thinks Ho Has a Claim to tho Land Where R. Jett, a young 1: rmer of the Murphy Louisville Now Stands. d Frankfort, Kj, Aug. 10. Rcgistor community, eight Miles from here, shot Wm. Murrcll Monday, tnd hurried to of Land Office Reynolds Tuesday morning received a letter from E Lee Flow- town nt once to give him-c- lf up to offers, of Canton, T x., asking for a cer- icers He says Murrell w: ylnid, and bad tified copy of a patent to Thomas Lewis ly beat him Sunday night, : ad Monday J in 1820, and he evidently thinks he has shot nt him while he was working in a claim to tho whole of the land where Dr. Lowcn's tobacco field. He return Louisville now Stands Mr. Stanley ed tho fire with a gun and then emp-- " Po-m- r, jlrown, of the land office, investigating tied his pistol in Murrcll's body. He OFFICERS SLEPT the matter, finds that such a grant or thinks he killed him and Policeman tract was conveyed to Lewis; that it Walsh has gone to find ouL Jett was While the Mnonnhlnrr Made Their Fscap'e Mlll Dmtrnj-ed- . included the falls and river there- lodged in jail, and it,Murrell proves to Three Weeks Skuokxt, Ky., Aug. 24. In Saturabouts, also apart of Indiana north to be dead the examining trial, unless MR. HILL Newfoet, Ky., Aug. 22. Residents waived, will occur Tuesday. raid in the Round Gap day's moo - of Cote lirilliantc, a suburb of New- Olarksvillc and a portion of the. secJlle'dlcaboroaclt section by Kid" Greer, United States Worked Pcveril Dlilu't Kniiir Him. Bler- . tion of the city along Bcargrass creek. elipntu It ink TRAMPLED TO DEATH. port, for the past two weeks have nomarshal, and .right deputies Marion Mii)I)l.l.snoi:oLGH, Ky., Aug. 21. Geo. I ticed dogs barking and growling in a fault Against Former Stato OfTlclals. Craft, a desperate and noted border W. Hill, rcpresent'ng ' Kino Killed and Four Fatally Injured In 1)3 u Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 19. The state a Fanlo In n Church In Klllott County. "shiner," was captured in his still camp wealthy farmer from himself toTenn., ' t'lickct near the town. Late ThursLoudon, John day the headless body of a man ivas of Kentucky, through Lexington, Ky., Aug. 13. News has in Cumberland mountains after a fierce to be a very smooth found there by two boys but who John Young Brown ns attorney, Tnes-ln- y reached here from Elliott county of a light. On Elkhorn creek, four miles confidenceturned out man, worked several prombrought suit in the Franklin cir- terrible disaster there Sunday. It The head was held to the limb of n away. Greer and his deputies went L. seems inent merchants for about C100 worth tree by a stripof blue cloth. Thccorpse cuit court against the Baptists were holding a meetinto a mountain near by to hunt of merchandise Thursday. He prehad been literally torn limb from limb 1 Norman and John Barker, formerly ing in the Old Springs Church, near out a still, and left the other two sented t bogus certificate of deposit by animals The suicide had been dead auditor's agent at Louisville, for about Sandy Hook, when the building took deputies in charge of Cra't- - They laid for S10.000 alleged to be due the state on fire. S00 on a Loudon bank at the Manuthreo weeks a while Craft Tho house was packed w ith peodown to sleep and after The ple, nnd in the stampede nine were facturers bank here, but, upon query, Papers found in a pocket proved that account of license collections walked off, making his escape to his it was discovered he was an imposter. the dead man was Michael Heiseh, 33, oontrovorsy involves the right to charge injured. home at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. and danger after leaving the who disappeared from his home at 919 the state "20 per cent, commission on killed were four fatally the groundsFifty lie un00 hauled oft' Craft is now hiding in the mountains bankscented Officers arc on his John street, Newport, three weeks ago. delinquent taxes collected, and tho or and departed. conscious. and .says he Is not yet r;ady to go. capThe body was identified by the man's r.ult is the long expected legal demand They succeeded in cutting up and de- track and he will doubtless bo lllfr ICohbcry on the L. A X. Koad. of the state. two little sons stroying six "mountain dew" stills, with tured. Newport, Ky., Aug. 18. The L. &N.f Heiseh at times was insane. lie was Two Events Mixed. 8urrefti! It Flnlilnp. a capacity of 30,000 gallons in the Pound another big rob- -' Railroad Co. Lexinoton, Ky., Aug. 10. The re- bery to the reportedMonday morning. Pig Cheek, Ky., Aug. 21. Hen Evans, frequently under .hc illusion that he Gap vicinity, hav.ng ssven or eight lowas being pursued for an imaginary port that several people had been Four scaled police were broken open cated on Elkhorn creek, in the eastern a local school teacher, went to tho cars rimo. Two years ngo he trfcd to kill Idled and wouuded in a church fire in mouth of Pig creek, on lied Bird river, part of Letcher county. His Elliott county, Sunday, appears to some time Sunday night and a large in Clay county, Saturday, August 15, himself by cutting his throat. amount of merchandise tnken. One Tito Old Murder Canes. with William Roberts, with a common relatives sny that his insanity was due have been untrue, upon investigation. car in particular was ransacked from Ky., Aug. 24. The reed pole, a ten-cestory, it seems, grew out ot the Lawkenckduko, The line and float, no to lead poisoning. deand k lling which occurred Saturdaj-- nt Old end to endThe the contents 'totally has midsummer term of circuit court began reel, a piece of quilt l.ning for a minIloth Claim the Victory. e Springs church, and the fact that an stroyed. severalrailroad company the here Monday with an interesting now sein and an bucket for Louisville, Ky., Ang. 23. The condocket, upon which there arc 40 minnows. In two hours' time Evans test for the republican nomination for old church in the same neighborhood engaged runningdetectives to assist pardown the guilty 71 equity and Roberts, with the ono line and congress in the Eleventh district has was destroyed by fire Sunday morning. police in cases, commonwealth ties and 22 common law suits, .loc II. pole, caught twenty-fiv- e black bas, assumed a serious phase. The primary Format Notice Filed. Explosion. a Hrown, for the murder of Polk Mof-fet- t, one goggle eye and two catfish. was held Saturday a week ago and Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 19. Chairman Four Hoys Killed byAug.Holler The boiler 18. '93, which case has on Christmas, John D. White Lowry, of the Lexington gold demo- of Louisville, Ky., both Trowlliis l'anther Killed. a thresher engine exploded near been continued three times annually Lexington, Ky., Aug. 2L On the : nd Congressman D. G. Colson claim cratic committee, has filed the neces-8- i Bloomingdalc, Clark county, Monday ever since, and Robert Mosely, for the farm of (J W Ramsey, near Lexing- the victory. Both sides are gathering ry notice with the secretary of state, murder of Asa Olhcr, 17 years ago, ton, Thursday night, a panther, which their forces at Williamsburg where the claiming the rooster as tho voting em- afternoon, killing Alex. Berryman,aged having evaded the law ccrsince, until had presumably escaped from some committee meets Saturday, it is said blem. He says: "If no such notice has 13, Willie Turpin, aged 10, Dallas Haglanded in jail two weeks iince, will trateling menagerie, was killed by a that White has papers ready to enjoin been filed, I now formally claim for gard, aged 12, and Travis Haggard, aged 11. The engine crew were at dinboth be tried at this session of court. pnrty of men who had been searching ( hairman Hill from issuing a certificate the national democratic party the de- ner and had let the water get too low. thould Colson be counted in. It is vice of a rooster." for it all day. During the night the HeMeged by Itnrclar. The boys were coming home frotn Lexing- anim-i- l killed two dogs and severely hinted that bloodshed may follow the LnxiisGTON, Ky., Aug 24 Charged With Criminal Assault. school and had stopped to look at tho lacerated a horse belonging to Mr. committee's decision, as both sides are eviGeorgetown, Ky.. Aug. 19. Porter engine when the explosion occurred. ton has been besieged ly burglars, thoroughly worked up. Ramsey. Neale. a prosperous young colored dently well organized. 'Within the Stcol Flint for Mlddlcsliorouch. past w eek no less than 30 houses have man of this city, was arrested on a Tuclter Uoen Free fo!d Iiiruiorrtn Convcnl EdMlDDi.KsiiOROUQii, Ky., Aug. 18 OwENsnono, Ky., Aug. 22. At the warrant sw orn out by Cordelia Jones, been broken into and robbed, in most Lorisvii u:, Ky.. Aug 20. Iheindi , examining trial Friday Kinchcloe charging him with criminal assault. gar Watts, managing directo1-- and P. instances only small amounts being eat:ous point to an enthus'r. ' c s'-iSaturday night five stores conent!on here 'i hursday of i!u pit! Tucker, who shot nnd killed Peto His bond was fixed at S500, which he N. Cunningham, superintendent of tho eenred. Watts Steel and Iron syndicate, left Two dele Downs last Tuesday, was cleared. gave. in the central portion of the city were democrats of Monday night for London to discuss bnrglarizoc. The total amount secured gates nave been e eeteJ fro.n nearly Tucker killed Downs for alicnatingtho A Fanner's Itcvenge. was about S200. The police seem to be every county in the state. r.ffctions of his wife, and there wns a Louisville, Ky., Aug. 19. J. II. the advisability of putting the steal Gov. James R. llimlmun. ot Columbia, great deal of sympathy for him, as was Tucker, a farmer, shot and killed plant at this place in operation. If this anable to obtain a clev. will be e'.ictel temporary thair.uan, manifest when the verdict was re- Dtisha Downs, another farmer, near is done 500 skilled, mechanics will bo 31. Nell Dead. IVarfen E. and Judge Quiney WurJ, of Lex nglo.i. ceived by deafening applause. Red Hill, Davies county, Tucsdny given employment Frakkoiit, Ky., Aug. 24. Warden permanent chairman. morning, because Downs had alienated Annual Exalcnlnatton of Teachers. E. M. Nell, of the Kentucky penlten-tlnrW. C P. Preckinridge. one of the Fkankfokt, Ky., Aug. 22. The an- the nifections of Mrs. Tucker. 8:30 o'clock Friday night THE MARKETS. died at Fatal Fight Over Moonshine. of typhoid fever. He had been ill for delegates from Fayette county, has ar- nual examination of teachers for for eligibility to the office of ClnClKWATI. AUf. SL Lexington, Ky., Aug. 19. In a fight about two weeks. He was a member rived and he w ill be one of the leading FLOUR Winter patent, teJOMM. do fancy, factors of the convention. county superintendent btfan Friday near Prestonsburg, Ky., between of the last state senato and was elected UtaSlOO; do family, liZOQUBJ; extra, IL803 morning in Superintendent Davidson's Samuel Stevens and John Owsley, over lid low cradca, tLiOl&t.Tl: spring patent, warden about April 1. He was then a John S. JtPa tor Conircn. state citizen of Adair county and one of the Louisville, Ky.. Ang. 20. The dem- office and was conducted by the appH- - a bottle of moonshine whisky, tha lat- fauxaau. do fancy, flisaia; do family, Put six most prominent and influential repubter was fatally stabbed in the breast $iC03t8S. ocrats of the Third Coagrcss'oial.jL'v board of examiners Wn bat Sales of 1 car No. 5 red. track. Wei licans of that section of the state. trict Wednesday afteBrrarl;,. twi.- -- - jants came Friday. Fifty are expected with a large pockctknlfe. No. S red. Hack. STc: rejected red. track, 18a, - - ;. ydr" con- SatmSay. 1'cjiulUt i:iiTtor John S. Surrendered to the Authorities. Con. Soles; Yellow ear, track, ICo; whtta Nutbrcakcr Dead. LAWKENCKBntG, K3'., Aur. 24. Hon. gress 'lig'ressman John D. White IIa7eC Grken, Ky., Aug. 10. Sam'l ear, track. Ho: No. mixed track. 2VJe; No. 3 W. Fisher, hasre-igne- d nhltc, track, tio: No. t mixed, track. 14 He. Paius, Ky., Aug. 22.- -J. W. P Marsh, of Lawrenceburg, claims v "live beaten Congressman D. Haddix was shot near Lee City, eight Oats Sales: mixed, track. Hat as populist elector for this dis- tii. Colr,on .VJ0 t otcs in th Eleventh dis of this citv, has lost by death his fam- miles east of this place, by Allison hot, track, 13)4c: Rejected white, track. IflHc; rejected trict, and Mr. John C. SnthcriaadTof trict republican congressional primar- ous trotting stallion, Nutbrcaker Rcoe, and fatally wounded. Rose mar- No. 3 mixad, track, l(b; No. S mixed, track, Ihi-- . county also, has been itppointcd i n ies last Saturday, while Colson claims (i:243ii ), by Nutwood, dam llonny Doon, ried Haddix's sister. He surrendered Hocs Choice packers and p.'ime butchers, his place. Mr. Marcii is th'nking of that he gets the plum by 1,000 votes. by Aberdeen. Nutbreakcr was 12 years to the authorities. IttiWM: mixed packers, $13033.40: common old, and was the sire of 15 2:30 perresigning as seuretary of the populist Colson controls the party machinery. and roush. JiTdCt-UO- . Hunt shippers and Destructive Flro nt Lancaster. formers Mr. Fisher once refused S15,-00- 0 itate committee, to w hich position he Lancastf.r, Ky., Aug. 19. Fire early coo.t fat pies, it5tt3 0O. tig heivy fat hogs, liuklux Cane Continued. for the stallion. pig. ttCttSIta. was rejected at the Lexington meetall the 3.1033.M: common to fairfair o good, a 8XJ Tuesday morning destroj-eLexington, Kt, Aug 20. II. Cattle Heavy steers, Swindler Halt Captured. ing last Thursday. buildings on the cast side of the public i IS: choice. 'lOQi-Sty- . batcbtri, good to Dale, Henry Mrewer, Jcrre Haddix, MimiLEliOROUQH, Ky., Aug. 22. Geo. Costly lllaze at Maylleld. including the post office. Loss choice. $3.7i3ttS: fair to medium. MOJ&IGS: John W'l son. George Iladiix, E W. Hall, the swindler who worked this square, two-thirMatfiki.ii, Ky.. Aug. 21. Sunday Crawford and George Itrcwer were arS30.000, of which is covered common to ordinary, t2.00;iS: oxen. 11 J0j 165: heifers good to choice, (3.6033.85. fair to morning a fire destroyed the contents raigned at Jackson Wednesday morn- and various other cities near by for bv insurance- medium, liSHJlW and building of the Payne Clothing ing charged with knkluxing, and their large sums of money, was captured Sheep AM) Lambs Sheep Extras. tX37j Ilurglars at Lawrenceburg. Friday at Carey ville, Tenn., and 3.50: ?ood to choice mixed. JJ.7J3.1 li. common Co., Merritt's drug store, Nuckol's barLawrenct.burq, Ky., Aug. 21. Burg- to fair. tliOQi-itrial was continue-- i until next week. brought to this city for trial. Ho Lcmb Extras. J5.6135 83ber shop. Wells & Coulter's law office. They arc charged with going to the pleaded guilty and was bound over to lars entered the home of Jeff Bond, on good tq choice, JiOOtJiGO; common to fair, Mason Pros' law ottice. Wall & West's home of John Ha3-e- s Jones and whipCourt street, early Thursday morning fi7531.Ti law olliee and Stokes dental office. ping him. The prominence of the par- court. Veal Calves Common ond large. COCO and walked out with a gold watch, a Offers n Itcward for III Wire. IAo00-- : Losses, 20,000, only partially insured. ties makes the case a sensational one 810. They stepped across 100: fair to good light, fine merino,extra. M50. B:o Creek, Ky., Aug. 22. Samuel pistol and ftglOc por Wool Unwashed the street to tho residence of James lb: quarter-bloo- d Two Killed mill Ono Fatally Wounded. in this section. clothing, lffll"c: medium, Maggartl, a well to do Ivcslie county pockLi:iiA.o.N, Ky., Aug 24. At a Negro delalno and clothlmr. lOQISo: braid. 11312ci SIcenlnp Accident to n Hoy. farmer, has offered a reward for the Vancrsdell and got S23 from the dance Saturday night, because someFlkmingmiuko, Ky.. Aug. 20. Little apprehension of his wife, who he claims ets of John Bond, who was" spending medium combing, 133 He Washed, fine mec-InX to XX, i:c: medium clothing, M15 one stepped on the train of his part- Harry Dudley met with a painful and eloped to Illinois with Leonard the night there. delaine fleece, lf315c; long combing, 15!6c ner's dress George Mays shot and probably dangerous accident while go- has quarter-bloo- d and low, IDglJo; common Prisoner Makes Ills Escape. Pace. She is a of tho superinkilled Charles Warner aud Charles ing to a free show. He ran into the tendent of schools sister coarse, 11312c MiDDLEsnoiouoii, Ky., Aug. 21. of Leslie county. New Yobx. Aug. 2i Pipes, a and fatally shot janitor of Lyceum hall as he turned the Garret Whltaker was Blabbed In the WnrAT No. 3 September, C3X64 OcDidn't Know It Was Loaded. Pud Hardin. Mays is still at large. corner with a chandelier, smashing it breast and arm by John Howard and tober, 653QaKo. NiciiOLASVii.LE, Ky., Aug. 22. James All are colored. Conx No. 2 September. 2SHe bid; Octoto pieces It split his nose and check Wilson, a Lexington druggist, didn't asriously Injured. Howard was placed AtU r Warden SeH' Flace. early ber. 29e. so badly that all his teeth could be know a gun was loaded. He shot in jail, but made his escapenot yet Oats No. 2 September. 22Sc northern: state, FitAMCFOitT, Ky., Aug. 24. Though seen. It also cut him on the neck. fleshy part of the Thursday morning and has tr30c; western. 19Q30c Ilaydcii in Warden Nell has not yet been buried, Glass entered tho hand of the janitor JamesThe bullet the IKDIASAPOUS, Aug 13. leg. landed in tho hip. been captured. is on among in 14 plnces; the scramble for his office Cattlt Receipts light; rhipments nono; no Wants Dnmages. They had been practicing shooting. quotable chanxe. a dozen applicants. It is generally beTrain W rMkrW Work. Catlkttsburg, Ky., Aug. 21. Thurst. Hoes Good to choieo medium and heavy, Yonng for Ccngrc. lieved that Deputy Warden Hancock NiciioLASViLi.K. Ky., Aug. 20. An Grubbs, of Buchanan, 11103.3 43: mixed, Louisville, Ky., Aug. 22. The free day Harrietagainst the Chesapeake Ky., lights. MlOaiOi t3.lS33.45; good to cholc-- j be promoted to the place, in which attempt was made to wreck the midwill began suit and event a lively scramble will be created night southbound passenger train on silver democratic congressional comOhio Railroad Co. for 823,000 damages for second place. the Cincinnati Southern, near Jessa- mittee Friday afternoon declared John Young Brown, of this city, for the killing of her husband, Isaac mine station. Railroad ties were placOil Near l'lnctllle. .Well the party's nominee for congressman Grubbs, by the train at Buchanan. FJXEV1M.E, Ky., Aug. 2t. Great ex- ed across the track at the end of a Olt StrncU Near Ashland. of bridge which spans Jessamine creek. from the Fifth district. citement prevails oer the findiug Ashland, Ky., Aug. 21. A Tho Henderson Jones Murder Trial On. oil in this county. The well turns out Fortunately the engineer stopped his well on Goose creek, Floyd coufity, LaJiCASteii, Ky., Aug. 2i The trial about one hundred barrels daily. Oil train just before running into the ties OU Co., of of Henderson Jones for killing William wns struck by the Corning leases were lcing taken all through The Engine Jnuinvd the Track. ".Nearly forty years ago, after Cumley Juno 21 was begun in the cir- Columbus O., making the third paying Kenthe mountains of southeastern MoKKUF.An, Ky., Aug. 20. On the court Friday morning. Almost producer tho concern now controls In some weeks of sickness, my hair tucky at ten dollars per acre for oil Kentucky Northern, the narow gauge cuit turned gray. I began using Ayer's the entire day was consumed in secur- that region. privileges only. which is being built between Harrel of Apple Ilrandy Explodes. Hair Vigor, and, was so well satising a jury. and West Liberty, the engineer Harrodsburg, Ky.. Aug. 21. David fied with tho results that I have Drink Water and Fell Dead. Illicit Stills Destroyed. WniTKsnfJiO, Ky., Aug. 21. Andy lost control of the engine whllj coming Bia Creek, Ky., Aug. 22. Deputy Derringer was perhaps fatally injured never tried any other kind of dress down grade. The engine jumped the Mggard, a son of Elder David Mag-gar- track and was smashed, seriously Collector Candcl, of Pincvillc, and by tho explosion of a barrel of apple Ing. It requires only went to a well in the yard, drank in his cellar. His house was W. W. eight deputy United States marshals brandy u an occasional appliset on fire, but neighbors extinguished a glass of water, turned round and fell wot ling Engineer Smith and have destroyed four copper illicit stills mt B cation of Reynolds 1cad. near Hyden and captured three moon- the flames An Alderman Srnt to Jail. W arden ll Dylni;. County Assessors' Fees to He Fsld. Lcuisvii.i.e, Ky., Aug. 20. Alder- shiners Fkaxkfokt, Ky., Aug. 2L Dr. E. M. man W. Reder was Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 21. State Two Uorclarles nt Lexington. evenWednesday J. Nell, warden of the Frankfort peniLexington, Ky., Aug. 22. Two bur- Treasurer L. Long, was sending out Hair Vigor to keep tentiary, and republican state senator ing sent to jail for 24 hours by Judgo glaries were committed here, as a re- notices Thursday to the county assessToney, of the law and equity court, for irom Auair county, it uyjug ui ijjjuuiu MHpl 'Bl my hair of good of which tke proprietors of the sending him an insulting answer to an sult Faust and Schopcarle's saloon ors of the state that their fess for last fever. Hotel year's work will now be paid at once. WSHtFtsXl color, to toremove order enjoining him from tailing part arc minus abo at in cash. dandruff, heal A I'alnful Aecldrnt. in the impeachment proceedings against itching humors, and prevent tho Look at the people yon Lexington, Ky.. Aug. 21. Mrs Jake pass on the street. Th-i- r the board of public safety. liair from falling out I never hesiFlro nt .'.jucuc, rj. preserves Thursfaces ttll the story of their Stahel, while Tragedy Aroonc Women. Paducaii, Ky., Aug. 18. The David day, knocked making kettle of boiling tate to recommend Ayer's medicines lives, lliey tell the stcry over a London. Ky , Aug. 20. News of an- I Lewis Implement Co. lost about S'".-00- 0 of penury or plenty, of fruit, which falling about her feet to my friends." Mrs. JI.M.IIAIQHT, Kor coarseness, of other killing in Leslie conntylias just by fire Sunday night. The buildAvoca, Nebr. health or disease. reached hero. Last Saturday a diff- ing was fired by an incendiary and cooked the flesh frore. them. Doing Uuslncss Without License. Three - fourths of these iculty arose between Margaret Green, almost destroyed. There was a parpeople are not "exactly Lexington, Ky., Aug. 21. There arc Marthc. Ann Day and Dora Shepherd, tial veil " They are not all three women. Dora Shepherd drew a ing. insurance on the stock and build- 39 saloons in this city doing business " sick." perhaps, many without paying license. Chief of Poof them are, and few are revolver from nnder her apron and inAn Ann Torn Off. quite hale and hearty. stantly killed Margaret Green. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 18. Bichurd lice McElroy has been ordered to look Consumption has set its tho matter. Murphy accidentally shot Levi Wade A Double Wedding. stamp of pallor and ema. Kiopers jiiarrlea. LAWUKNiTKiiuito, Ky., Afig. 20. A with an old musket, and so lacerated ciation on many of them. Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 18. Dr. W. S. Dyspepsia has drawn lines double wedding occurred Wednesday his right arm that it had to be taken Bcasley, a dentist, loft here at threo Trcpared by Dr. J. C. JVyer & Co., Lowell, Ujua. of fretfulness and worry afternoon at Rlppcyvillc. The con- off nt the shoulder and he may die. o'clock Monday morning for Stanford, about their eyes, and Both are Negroes and I've in this city. whero he met Miss Ethel Beasley, a Tike Ayer's Sanapari!!. for the CstafluiM. mouths. Impure blood is tracting parties wore Mr. John Mcintosh and Miss Maggie Parker, and Mr. showing itself in blotcbci Escaped Lunatic Arrested. prominent society woman of that place, and pimples. One man Jeff L. Walker and Miss Nellie G. Tay"Walton, Ky., Aug. 18. James Fee-roc- and from there they went to Louishas ' a little trouble " with lor. Rev. W. D. Moore officiated. deputy sheriff of Kenton county, ville and were married at the Fifth hi kidneys Some of the arrested Charles Dwyer, an escaped Avenue hotel. women have chronic conCollege l'rofrnsor Married. Nob ice lo Creditors. stipation, and the other ills H. lunatic irom the alsylum at Lexington, "Danville, Ky., Aug. 20. Prof, Thirteen Convicts Escape. that constipation brings A. Wagner, of the chair of English who was Monday delivered to SuperThe most pitifnl of all u(f. io. inirtccn jv;., language and literature in Center Col- visor P. B. Lnndy. faces is the consumptive convicts escaped from the mines at one. Very likely it has lege, and Miss Annie Applegate, daugh, Jumped His Bond. uouDins iuonuay nigbt while one of been through the other ter of John S. Applegato, of Red Bank, Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 18. IVa Simp- the guards slept on dnty. They took to ALL persons Imvinp claims against and has at previous stag's estate of L. H. Pipe, (Icu'il., N. J., were married at the First Bap- son, arrested last Wednesday, charged the mountains and none of the.-- have times shown dyspepsia, tist Church, of Red Bank. with being an accessory to the murder been captured. The officers appre- nnd (ho firm of L. H. PJgjr&Co., sallciwness and bad blood Consumption doesn't come of Mm. Cumley and placed under heavy hend trouble with the runaways, as will plcaso flic the same with mo Blob Catherine. properly verified for jpnyment, on or bll t once. It is a creep-li.- g MiDDLESiiono, Ky., Aug. 20, Hiram bond, has fled. Officers are ou the several of them are desperate characbefore Saturday, Sept. 12," 1896, or disease. It comes on lookout forliiai. ters. Price, who killed his wife 'and mother-in-lagrvlnally nnder cover of a the Famo will bo barred. hundred differing symp3 IUevr IIU Brains Oat. Jims 4 with an ax and escaped W. "W. PIG G, Admr. . ,. Work on City ou. toms. It is the most to the mountains, has-be- en captnrcd Hopkinsville, Ky., JV.ug.18. Wesley Lexusoton, Ky., Aug. 20. "Work on dreadful of all diseases, and lodged In Snccdvillc jail. Men Simmons, a farmer of Trigg couniy, tho construction of the new city buildbut it can be cured if you Seashore Excursion. are gathering from every direction. suicide'd at .his home near Cadis by ing was stopped Wednesday by Superin time. Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery blowing his brains out with a pistol. intendent of Fublic Works Smith. He 21an aud Good Misting. will cure it It will cure Over the Picturesque Chesapeake ,and Versailles, Ky., Aug. 20, John S. Despondency over sickness was tho says Contractor Corbin is usingjnferior all the things that lead to Ohio Kailroad, to QUI Point Comfort. .l building material. ,;! Mostcr, claiming Cincinnati as his cause. consumption. It is not Tlieannual excursion from Kentucky ii guaranteed to cure conWnn'.t KaUeJTobacco. home, w,ho has been in the employ of Historian-Campbel- l Dead.) is announcedjiSr sumption of long standing. Mt. Sterling, Ky.;7lug. IS. The William II. Smithers, merchant tailor; There is a stage at which Vasckbjtf.o; Kj.ff Agr-- aofDjuW; H. 26. The rSttT'Irom Unx for three months, luft'ttown. Goods of land ownem and tobacco tenants" taet Campbell, aged 5, a BOtcd.hIstorianof ingion Ky.. ,for .the round trip 12,po., consumption is incurable. hero Monday and decided not' to raise train If you send 21 cts. tocov-e- r considerable value are' missing. any tobacco iiP this' MoAttrouiCinri northeastern Kentucky, diejl -- SBdeMly 'Tickets will be (food aoinz postage and wrapping two or kmr--i Augat36ind- - jjtHjd jre-Jobs H. JettJKooad Over., ?3'intysext"year S ,; 5f, If only, we will send free a inming whii srapwoiuer in. mop ovfra John vr.- boot of 1000 patpes that R.iiTfjowcwiPHa,- Kyv, Jf IfCMMDnwtdl.'' V CoV will fee Stmsted at WAtweilayleMlTiiBder Uilsexacth'wbat'GcJrlen vrix?Ks.i-&it$- . (Ifcrt Bprin) uk! WtiHw tnitton, V r Medltal Discovery treefeia le Arititlte1 ietiou ofT.the wilt h wJSBrwm-o-- o k oaa LoaramSy- mr tfkueMrai7 sitootutg araUt'sliric.XTMio&ftto ta ostcrn ttsd C4jr mirttnascasaK. VBal Ils-rntlc k were tried before County Judge Thursday morning on the charge Crittenden county, has been entered at of brutally and inhumanly treating different times by a burglar and Amcliallowcn.an orphan robbed of several hundred dollars' given them to raise by the Lexing- worth of dry goods and groceries. ton Charity organization. The Tillett Ainslie resides near the store. He atfamily denied that they had ever mis- tached strings to his store door and treated tins child, but the common-w-ali- h connected them w ith his residence in proved that she had becncvere- - such a manner ns to ring a bell whenone ever the doors were opened. At midly whipped by them on. more occasion, and had been t:eu up.by the night the alarm bell tinkled, the merthnmbs .fudge IJuUock held the en- chant scired a navy revolver, awoke tire family to answer the charge be- his boy, ami the latter armed himself shotgun. fore the Fayette county grand jury, with a He stationed the lad near the front rath, which fixing their bail at door and instructed him to fireshomd w as furnished Thursday afternoon. the thief eriergc from that entrance. KENTUCKY POPULISTS. Then Ainslie stood at the rear door. a The burglar came through.thc front Tho State Cnmmlttro Holds entrance with a pistol in his right 3Iertlnc In Lexington. hand and a sack of goods over the left Lexington, Ky., Ang. 21. The populist state executive committe met at shoulder. The boy fired and the mahotel in this rauder dropped the bundle and, stagthe Clarendon-Lelanreorganization gering several yards, sank mortally city and effected-- a wounded. by electing Jo A. Parker, of LouThe burglar proved to be a Negro isville, chairman, and W. P. Marsh, of Lawrenceburg, secretary. The fol- who occupied a cabin near by, within lowing wore appointed members of which over SL0D0 worth of stolen the campaign committee to msret at booty was fonnd. The Negro fired on Louisville and orgr.nizc at once: L. K. the merchant's son, but failed to hit him. Taylor, McCracken county; Ij. W. Pendleltjn; M. It. Gardner, HarIN A THICKET, din; John G. Itlnir, Nicholas; J. II. Michael HMc! Uoid 11 dy Torn by llcddisli, Shelby. Docs lie Dliap;cared From Newport 15ul-foceight-year-ol- HELD TO ANSWER "To' Severely Whipping and TylntJ nn Orphan U'.rl Up by the Thumb. t, Lexington, Ky.. Aug. 21. Hice his wife and son, W. V. TllloU T'.l-lct- BURGLAR SHOT. Caleb-log ALLEGED MURDERER, THE PROGRAMME JTer she Exercises About Historic Ttrys." A Merchant's lneenloua Method or a'Thicr. Hksdeiisow, Ky., Aug. 22. For several weeks past the country store ol George AinsHc, near Shady Grove, d ,.h--- Etatlon Near Lexington. Lkxixoton, Ky., Aug. 18. Tne meTIkxdkrsox, Ky.. Aug. 19. Jas. Rob-3'uson, 45ra carpenter, has been arrest- morial to the heroic womffn of the . dedicat-c- d ed here and lodged in the county jail, siego of Bryan Station Tuesday afternoon at o'clock uncharged with a murder committed near jTranklin, Simpson county, 20 years der the auspices of tho Lexington tsincc. It is alleged he estrangcJ the Chapter Daughters of the American voung wife of Cyrus Oldham, to whom Revolution. The programme is as foljie professed friendship, and that when lows: Music; invocation by Dr. Lyman the wronged husband reproached Jiim for his alleged perfidy and Beechcr Todd, Lexington, Ky: music, "th eatcned Robinson "National Hymn." children of the chastisement ih t him down and escaped. American Revolution; address, "PioItelatlves of tho slain farmer offered neer Women,'' Col. K. S. Durrctt, .Louis1,000 for his arrest, supplemented by ville, Ky.; music, poem by Maj. II. M. the governor with an offer of S250, but Stanton, Frankfort. Ky.; unveiling of lo Eluded the OIBcers for Twenty Teuf; Captured at IaU , VIGORS BEFOKE MAGNETIC HEBVIXE RAFTER- - BSTSoId Ly W. G. Wr Easily. Qalckly. Pen jnsatiy Restored. Ixist vitality, Nerrons Debility. Ioaoraola, FaHL-- .r .Memory, a 3d i'j Wonting Blioaoea and all Weaknesses ttsa)lrz tron c r cr lil exceraea, SI Dr bO.6forS5. M:ild 19 aajaiWr3 0nrcc?ittCf crc. i . Thn Unst H'nilrlTin Co, Sc Paul, Minn- AVliite, Drtiggest, Richmond, Ky, -- &,? 'fi,5vi'Siv5v?v58i5SSN double-barrele- d S-- 03 Robinson eluded capture up to this time. He vehemently asserts his innocence. The officials of Simpson county have icon notified of his capture and will come and escort him back to the scene of his imputed crime. inscription, Mbs Mary Bryan. Lexington, l"y; historical nddrcss, Mr. Geo. W. Rauck, Lexington, Ky.; music. FIRE FIRE FIRE I (6 ( ( OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must be closed out ($ S) j ) at O) 'I d) ) A. BUN A little bit The biggest of pension goes a long sHSALE Come and get J (e ) ; PRICES Our ! ) ( ) bargains. is now going on. sale U &) ' 3 MilliDefiJ at Great BaraiDS. HENRY-KLBN-J-S (e O) m n wVsi way if you chew "Battle Ax' de i piece of really high-gratobacco ever sold for 5 cents; almost twice as large as the other fellowfs inferior brands ON. RICHMOND. KY. ) nt )GQ&mMQm&mmmm PRIVATESCHOOL. Mrs. Frencli Tipton ill open a private fchool at her home on Broadway in lliclimond, on i ) 210 MAIN STREET, 6) (o ) SMAftvSiSSvSvS El) m$k W$$$ 1 111 old-tim- h (fl -- ' "Bull M" LilflllElL BEST MADE - and Pansy Groceries, . . . Tuesday, Sept. TertnB 1st. iiret-clns- s. i, -t Kc-.tuc- ':-. PA-Lie- -- More than nine reasonable. Canned Goods. 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The AVkigiit Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio ,nTntXe- -- a d ds J a -. I have been using "Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I Jirst heuan taking them Tvhileat Hot Springs, Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble, Constipation which I had been a long sulfercr. I fouud the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. "With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all Buffering with like afflictions or cither of theoi. Very truly yours, Ciiaulks T. C.vi.im nu-So- ld by T. S. llagan, Druggist. Price 0 cents and 1.00 per box. Call at drug-tor- e C- and get free sample. Gentlemen: hour. By means of a figured dial plate ii may be set to travel any desired distance. 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(FREIGHT PAID ) LSIEBBlVJIVUFlCTllMGeO, Sole Jgtiti ill XiiahrUren, SfKUGFlElD, SMSS. AUD SEE THE BAEGAI1T2 WE HAVE FOE YOTJ ! FROM Igtili wulrJ mrjuktrt. NELSON'S HAWAIIAN THE o, CQrCan be seen in operation dence of editor of Ci.i.mak. at resi- LERGEST STOCK TO SELECT MD LOWEST PRICES HAIR HAIR ELIXIR. pOR'T WONDERFUL FORCER. JJTOP JOBACCO. WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING OUR A New Discovery For Tho Life, Growth and Beauty of the hair and beard. Doing a wonderful work where-evused. Causing hair togrotv on bald heads and beard on smooth faces. It is a vegetable compounded entirely harmless. Extracted from How ers, fruits and plants collected from the temperate and tropical regions. er Uoiv to Curo Yourself While Using It. Ex-Go- cx-Go- v. Satisfied with Ayer's Hair Vigor. fJlONLY !.. Tcnow .HSf Rad-bosr- d, io AYER'S n that has ever been offered to the people fully endoreed by all who have used it. 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JOHN WEDDEKDDBN & CO- - Patent D. G.for their JJt3 PH oiler perfectly harmless You can use anteed Jf'joti are afraid lo ht yottr and list OS two hundred luYenUons wanted. all the tobacco you want while taking loose, for fear of a dreemUl "Baco-Curo.- " It will notify you when .1 raicij in the future, yoimtop. We given written guarantee I. to curo permanently any case with three H AU.VKR'S and put it in DiM. boxes, or refuud the money with 10 per xchert it icill be snfe, and it cent, interest. "Bacc-Cur-u" is notn subprices hi u offering them, m, 2 FO 14 YEARS OLD. stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power aud with Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medi r be able to realize a jwjit on ', , cinal Uses, in 5 and 10 gallon ft uoincoinenience. It leaves the system t " Packages, a specialty. --'wdl as pure and free from nicotine as the day you took your first chew or smoke. SPRING GOODS. oTJie stocz: O1 Idea o" SLffi liSUIl nKsssss: ,,; i n M LIQUORS 1 jess S-- Jljz - J. li. NElSOf, CUlilJ) BY BACO CUltO AND GAINED THIRTY Silver Greek Liquor Goipy, bt JR ftr AYER'S Hair Vigor k, a n Hi w 10-1- lttn . . Flora hundreds of testimonials, the Price SI per bottle. For Sale by originals of which are on file and open to the following is presented: o- -is Clapton, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan 28, 1S95. Bjreka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Crase, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty yeais I used tobacco iu all its forms. For tweaty-fiv- e years of that time I was a gr?t t sufferer from general de bility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to ipuit, but couldn't. I took various remedies, among others Antidote," to October 1st. "Tie IndianofTobacco etc., etc-- , "Double Chloride Gold," but noue of taem did mo the least bit of good. Finally, however, I purchased a box of " your and it has entirely The Finest White Salphur curijtlmoof the habit in all its forms, and,I have increased thirty pounds in and ChaiybeaieWater weight nnd am reljevel from all the in the World. uuicerous aches and paius of body and ORCHESTRA iiesfc mubic and miird. I could write a quire of paper Dancing Uall in the State, unt'ii my changed h, chugs and conditian tours resnectfullv. P. II. JLvnminv. Hotel well appointed. Faster P. P- - Church, Clayton, Ark. Mr. Geo. Stevens, Cleric. bid by all druggists at $1.00 per box, Prof. Ino. C Miller, Leadei thr;e boxes, thirty days. treatment), of Orchestra. written guarantee, Free Bowling Alley and Bf--1 2 p with cycle Track. Frcff Kindergnr or scut direct upon receipt of price.. WiHe for booklet and' proofs. Eureka ten for children. CliJniical aud Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wig. trained Lady lxington, Ky. rooxDs. Wholesale Dealers, Silver Creek, Ky. IVrMonal. TKKS64 pace medical reference book t person adlicted with any special, cate disease peculiar to their sexchrcnu - r AderIeadin3 phrjicians and surseon of the I R Br. Hathaway A Co. Dearie ra Chicago. Sut, W. G. White. Ik " -- pllP OPEN-K- FOUR" BIG ROUTE CHICAGO. BRIPGEFORP'S -- BEST WKE TQ ANB FRQ- M- ECONOMIST RANGE, SEE THEM! EXAMINE TIIEM! PURCHASE THEM! ' IturTet rarlor Solid VestlbnleITrn!ii-.'w!tl- i Cars. r:en nl Ccichcs Dining Tar. V;u'i SIH!plu Cirs, wild latest Improved Privatey maKnlfl-ccullDepartment bullet S'tei ins ruruilH-Willi toilet irceorics in each eonipartiutm. Best teimlunl station. ''No-Tc-Ba- c," ST- - LOUIS. "Baco-Curo- Solid VeMlhtileil TnUim with Buffet Tarlor Car.,Coactie nnd Dlntiie Lorv,anil Wnsner UuffftSleeplnKCar. Kt'terliiBbt LonWovcr the Ne MiWhnnta' Bridge, ttolUin tlic ills ngreeiible tunnel. BOSTON. The only Throush Stfcplns tfr itne from Elfgaut Wagner aleeplus Car. Clucliinr.il. NEW YORK. Tho "Vnutliwej'tern Llntilod" Soll.h Vetl arali.s, Willi Coiuuiunilon Library, BuiretwidSiiiohing Cars', Waanor Weeping d DlnlnjtCars. laud Irirx, Elegant Coaches City ing pnstengcrs In Slew York Traii-jrcr- .nt 41 CaUtl Depot. I'oMlllvely no Bcsnte your ticket reads via "BlU KOOR? rry rt i iron-cla- d, E. CE'CORUIOK j "fc B. B- - Pjsscn jfer Traffic Jlgr. ecu. I re A Vocalist. 'CiifciNXATr, o .1 to.tlie-'Beaslio- on-aith- Bw, - f wm -- if- ,bpstu? MrMrJrf iit JfM JAg.. lljUfLlt Ji2.:7-4i Jrw. . ! S2.00 ltichnl ' i 4 ' ?? jeisfc IkU-- 3ldw;S THE TIME er iT. h'JjlnK county's loealeiitioBr election i if GLilE S1T1 1 C ,ler declared j illegal another --- ". nn'Lliostoii, Al:is6. i 7-- ., ii KABTIN Pas. Tku Ast ., -,- SOLD IN RICHMOND. w . nx ' 3 ilMofrflay klJiMtKatvd itt nt" - m--j- -- . v - jtoiaibsferib for THE n jjiflpwwr w (ttStkl THE -CLIMAX tomad. tke pr !1 is , - - . Vt J- ..- ii