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V e - jaODGOOTPOOOOliOOOOO 533S3S$$$ ": " r 1 $ Bxcollwrt ADVERTISING MEDIUA. o - KSSS Oe0OC00O0OOO-O0OO00O0O5S5J5- w RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, tho original Vermont brigade, tho ono that had tho highest aggrcgato loss in killed of any brigado in tho Federal army. This brigado comprised tho Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eleventh regiments. During tho war 1,172 meawro killed in its battles. In ono action, the Wilderness, it lost 1,212 killed ami wounded. Tho brigado entered that campaign 2,800 strong, and in tho first two weeks that is to cay, at tho Wilderness mid Spottsylvania 1,045 of tho number wero shot down. Thcso lasses fell upon tho first fivo regiments, as tho Eleventh was not engaged. Another brigado noted for its long, high record wa3 tho Iron Brigado of tho West, comprising tho Second, Sixth and Seventh Wisconsin, tho Nineteenth InMichigan. At diana and Twenty-fourtSecond Bull Run tho command lost 804 s of out of 2,000 engaged, and tho casualties wcrO reported from tko Second Wisconsin null Kinetcenth Indiana. General Meredith led tho brigado at Gettysburg, whero it boro tho brunt of the Confcderato onset tho first day. Tho story of its lasses thero suggest a useless slaughter, for tho rocoid is a startling one 1,158 killed and Wounded out oi 1,883 engaged, or about 01 per cent But the brigade did tho work cut out for it Archer's Confeder ate brigade, tho first to dash across Willoughby run, was annihilated by this command. Tho Iron Brigado also fought well at South Mountain, Antio-tatho Wilderness and Spottsylvania. Its losses in proportion to its numbers engaged wcro tho highest suffered by any single Federal brigado in tlw war. The Vermont brigade lost moic men, but it numbered more on the rolls. Meagher's Irish brigado, composed of Sixty-nintEighty-eight- h tho Sixty-thirNew York, Twenty-eight- h and Ono Hundred and Sixh two-thirdd, h, VOLUME la 1vi-i,iw- X. ASK tins rcrovete,! KENTUCKY, IIIeEI 6lf" KHRwineici. f .. ttfcjlgd Th v... ...... n.,..v, untl . lucre in la dibeiikoO patient, luv, tiny recovered ticaUis cheerful s) irits srul koo1 apjietiic.tliey will tell m by Liking SIM 1 bilious victims IN FIGHTING nf Iih . REGIMENTS Soldiers Who Faced Great Dangers In Battle. OHE Uliw MONS I.IV1K KtGU Chesrxst. Purest and Best Family Medicine In the World I liYSPCTSlA, CONSTIPATION. I.nnn- Kir r .ushucUsSicichi:auachk. a J i3 w t.f Siirits. SOUK bTOMACII. V jrr etc. Tins unrivalled rcmIy Is r. not to contain n Kindle paitulc of w . Ht,ni any mineral Kiibiancc. but 11 h, "EEAYEST r OF TUB BEAVE." tic J Sngestloa Tor trans ct the rr w lias placet! in most jwevhiL k where ti will cure nil Diseases caused b Deraage ment of the l.ler and Bowels. 1 t s "1 1 'JUS of l.utr Complaint nrc a in the tr .J tatinvften ruoutli; Pain in tr.es J mistaken for Khcu. Stomach; Loss of Appcti'c; Siur si'trnate1 y cos'tveaml lax; Headache: Vem-ry- , with a imnful sensation o r fa ! to do sometliuii; which onhtto ! iTie; Uebillt); Low SplrlU, a thick a ireeof theSk'nanJ lives, a dry i n 4'aVcn for Consumption. - many of thts symptoms nttend , .it vt?ry few; but the Lit Eit 4i.T t'ie ?it erf the disease, rind it not i irnc, creat suaenns, wreichei- un oil TM&e or ll VEGETABLE, Pl'RlilY Sotitlicrn Koots and Herfc tho&e i? Prolence Uver Disease Ames ax rort lrisner. Ames was a true leader of men, loved and trusted by his followers of whatever OopyrJuht, 1SCC1 rank. At tho storming of Fort Fisher there was every reason It ever thero can bo tt If I were minded to Bearch among tho reason for a leader of tho main column veterans gathered at tho St Paul ento stand asido and say to his men, "Go campment of tho Grand Army of tho Inl" Amcj commanded thrco brigade. Republic for tho soldier who faced tho Tho first brigade sent in mado a tentative) movement which, being successful, wa3 most danger in the war, I would begin followed by the inula attack, Amos leadwith tho records of comrades who will ULATI! cdsuc ing and entering the works at thb head of s'lly esteemed peronsatiest "not be very far from homo tlio whilo 'h the 6ccond brlgada The battle Inside the t iu s nf - II. It. Pres. (.a. S l.iverR.Kegulator: they enjoy their fraternal holiday in V. K. , Ketf. Co fort was tho stubborncst waged under llko ' rr Perry. Ga ; C'J B. K sparks, A!-- t. circumstances during the war A particiTho hero, without "' is'crson. Esq., .Shtnft Uiha Co., the Twin Cities. pant thus described the bearing of his comA -- xand-r H. Stephens, mander throughout tho most trying hour t .tcd iu virtues personally, nnd doubt, belonged to the northwest, and t ai fur DvspeDsta, lliliousncss and d tho ranks of tho Second Wisconsin of the contest: "At Inst Ames stood withIKadAChctt is the best medicine the would bo mest likely of all the fighting in the circuit of fire amid the fragments of iiw Wc tried forty other remedies . innions Liver Regulator, but none his division. Every brlRailo leader had Kae regiments to produce him. Ho may inRICHMOND, KENTUCKY. g ' an relief; but the KcS'l. fallen, and almost nil tho regimental leadu.l relieved, but cured "J" Eft deed havo passed to tho Grand Army a. ers had fallen, its well most of his nAiti i MLsitNCEK, Macon. Ga. above, and, if so, 'twould be fitting to staff only two escaped. Until tho U(M FAC1UREO ONLV LV homo disabled for life. Iho Seventy-thir- d 6: CO.. Philadelphia, Pa. put a monument over his grave. Living, J II ZCILJN Ohio mustered 1.200 and lost in cloc of tho action tho general remained there fighting among his men. No advice ho should bo glorified now, so that ho killed and wounded 081. In tho Thirty-sixt- h to retreat, no suggestion to postpone tho might enjoy his uuiquo honors. The COTTON ROOT and fea ri it" Ufa a a feaj THE GRCATfST Discovery op Illinois, a regiment known in work until tho following morning, found COLUMN. PROFESSIONAL THE ACE; dead, it i3 well to remember, may be camp and field as "Sheridan's Pets," a listening car with him. 'Advance! (INJECTION. I Original Cares la 1 to 4 days. Immc tho loss was 739 killed and wounded Drive tho enemy from tho walls!' wero his lENNiROYAL fSILLS and beyond caring what wo wights think dlato in effect: quick tc cur- -. Grnnlne ATrOP.272TS. out of 1,870. Theso losses wcro all over repeated orders. " of their deeds on earth. prerentlTe. Can bo ' al wars rellabln and t n.ifA. TulIAt 3fS m Ssf Bft A posltlvo Test pocket, all com Among the colonels of regiments were carried la always ak for lir.nust'nl 50 per cent of tho number enrolled, and Of course it would be a long quest to otloa Root and Pills. The nerer plete In ona small package. Mailed to any address reniirroTai lomaio find that bravest man, but tho task is teenth Pennsylvania, was likewise fa really fell on a number not much be- tomo very young men, and it la a question fall and nerer Injure. MailfMltoanrad- - on receipt cl $1 b; regileader i. i; IIlHi'U, Ureas on receive of ' i.iiu iy narrowed down considerably by the am mous for Heroic conduct on too lieia. yond, in avcrago cases, 00 per cent of whether a good peer of of a fighting Tho any soldier. Tbo Itusi Mcdlcino Co. .St. Paul. Minn. ment Isn't tho and continued the enrollment Another of tho 50 per Thirty-sixt- h ple data on hand for determining the The regiments A TT011NEY A T LA W. Illinois was commanded In CSTSold by W G. White. Druggist, Richmond, Ky. New in servico to tho end. Two commanders cent losers was tho Sixty-nint- h Kentucky fighting regiments. Whether wo tako were killed at tho head of it; 031 men York. Out of 1,500 men 874 were 6hot tho Atlanta campaign by a smooth faced iimuvd, 800 noted commands or scalo tho list boy who had entered Its ranks as a private down, and its last campaign was mado In 13C1. That was Colonel Silas Sillier. down to oO, or even to 10, tho northern were killed and over 8,000 wounded. x. r N ii First street, up stairs. In the search for tho bravest mau or with only two companies, consolidated Ho was mortally wounded nt tho storming VV border states are at tho top, and the comparatively new northwestern group tho one who faced tho most danger tlio from tho survivors of tho ten original of Kcncsaw and died a hero at tho ago cannot bo assigned a second place. For records of brigades cannot bo over- companies. Tho above wcro all long of 25. .UANTE. LILLY, K. 0. DIVISION. Tho Confederates hold In memory n instance, Maine sent out tho cavalry looked, yet ia tho end must bo set asido service regiments, but it seems that tho bravo boy colonel Wllllo Pegram of the G00 Bushels of good seed Rarley for .1 TTOUXEY--A T LA I J', necesregimeut which lost more men than because tho different regiments of a bullets could fly fast when it was Is Effect Mabcu 1, 1S0O. Pegrnm artillery battalion. Ensale. Apply to J. W. Prather or James Kentucky any other in that arm of service. brigado did not sharo equally in tho sary in order to wipo out a command famoustho army with a company of school.u.tNu. 12-tering Cosby, Richmond. dangers. I havo already pointed out in a shorter time, Tho Thirty-firs- t NORTH BOUND. Straugo to ay, too, although troopers, boys, Pegram roso to the command of a how two regiments of tho Iron brigade Maino infantry went to tho held in noted Virginia battery and then becamo - Mum and Second streets this was an aatiprofauity, total abstiV corn.lv. Express for Cincinnati, akv Run suffered two-thirMay, 1804, with 000 men, aud during colonel of a battalion. His division Will irnc!lee in all (lie courts of nence regiment, a fact that some folks at Second Bull a. M. I'aris, Maysville, Win- jr onco asked for his appointment ns with the capacity to understand the THAT SILVER SHOULD BE loss of tho command, which then its ten months' fighting received 200 and :i'IJinlizcuUd4 an I Curtof would coubider an argument against of tho cheater and Lexington On other Its roll of honor killed and a general of Infantry, but tho military au- principles involved cannot consistently blue laws. But the truth is their habits comprised four regiments. G.23 mail. 7 I WILL sell at the Court House too that .FREED FROM SLAVERY. lvd nothing to do with tho excessive fields hero was as great or even greater wounded was 028, or a percentage on thorities declared was. ho was worth of abstain from giving tho greatest public1 door, County Court day. Cincinnati. Paris, Jlays-p- . battlo ho disparity. fully equal to the loss much wheroPegram rodoAt tho tho lino of its enrollment .'rooiity except in the most indirect ' I m. ville, Winchester and M. CIIKNAULT, down Fivo Forks, Losses in tho Vermont brigade regi- sustained by tho other regiments named guns, already belching canister at tho ity possible. lobloway. ho boys "fit and fit 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 We challenge the editors of the papers "With a sad heart I saw my party tho time, and ments and in tho Irifch rOgimonts wero In perioi!' of tbreo or four years' cam and fi"t" to onrushlng enemy, saylngto his men, "Firo y'TORXEYS AT LAWr Livingston, London, Jol- named, and of any others, to point out aftt r Clay's death go to pieces on the even infantry-regimeat unequal. Tho 1.10 lico, 1'ineville. at one o'clock, my interest in tln Kevtocky. oven if bomebody had. to get hurt it wa3 alio" head of tho roll of fionor for killed --paigning. But thero was a choice were'iifaau,A Federal bullet cut him down, a single flaw or error in any proposition 1255 IIVOND, 1 PMend as tlxe lines of bluo swept in this icgiment Tho casualties slavery quest&on just as I am now ecc home place, ono seventh of 100 a much better blyle of parsing four years the Fast line for Livingston, a. m. roiny not Tift time In battle. and mortally wounded in battlo is tho tvt rvnf. 4n ion mnnthfl. vpr. RO 1 mile from town, of the seven, and if this cannot be done, ing the Republican party go to pieces ou acres, on the Big 11.4M Londou,Jellico,Knoxvillo at the front than drinking or swearing 3 li of During fonr per cent of thoso casualties wero susere ,l ,s a Hest colonerofcTtHcr--..liy- . we ask in the name of the people what the silver question," said Judge S C Hill pike. r on beceed street, etc- - CnenauU's gro Would have been. It didn't exhaust Fifth New Hampshire. .v. ji. Fast line for Cincinnati, p. m. B, ForraanOf- j record was J. Maino valor, either, to send out that years' service tho Fifth last 05 men iu taiucd in tho first three months, or from'vsonment 3.11). I'aris. Winchester. 11.43 During the t'Wjjie I."1 si lvcntucKy (.icucral). no interests they are serving and what con- - Paiks, of this city, action. Ncnt follows the Eighty-thir- d the Wilderness to Petersburg. p.m. Rowland, Lancaster and a.m. marvelous body of horseback soldiers. Stones river at tho head of sideratiprfTmitinflaind amount, they are Judge's long public career he intimately was tar. 1 Tho number of a regiment's battles 1.23 Stanford. Tho old state furnished tho regiment Pennsylvania, with 282 killed. Tho r.IIIEN D. PAltRISlI, 10:10 his reglmenPnftcr bearing tho distinction fcii tsjii iq i ty. know Lincoln, Douglas, Trumble, Sena-Capt. P. P. Ballard, Auctioneer. p. xi. Rowland, Lancaster and p. xi. which lost more men killed in a single Seventh Wisconsin (Iron brigade) lost iu connection with its place In the Hue of being tho "boy Colrmcl" of tho Army of receiving in conniving at 7:40 Stanford, A TTORNJiY AT LA IP, ''.timer and Culloui, and, in fact Itwill be worth a great deal to thecoiti! '"" 280, tho Fifth Michigan 2C3 ami the must also bo taken into account In esti6:10 battle than any other on either side. tho Cumberland only two' months. At . 2G0. Tho mating tho dangers encountered in its Perry vlllo, wicro the colonel was wounded try if those papers will prove all the even ,,foininerttvPubiio.man in Illinois. i Kentucky. And that showing doetu'tput un end to Tweniicth of Massachusetts iim'imj, READY TO Maine's glories in tho matter of crack maximum thcso regiments was 1,000, career. Berdan's two regiments, the and tho lieutenant cc oucl nnd major .propositions stated either true or false IDJ1S04 Lincoln niK- - Iniu to go to the killed, Captain Fownan In a crisis of tho and the public should not be corn mauds. But there is 60 much to and tho total enrollment iu all coses less First and Second United States sharpm content Legislature. lie did . rSTOut-goinT,J voted for &. ff & fl I W 1 trains connect at Parw l' J nits. Caveats, Trade MarVs, Designs, Etc ! say that I cannot be partial, so lot than 2,000. It is estimated that only shooters, fought on tho skirmish line ex- battlo seized tho flag nnd waved It to cheer until tho public press is awakened to the U colonel having died of the afterward Trebice with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati n a to patentftfedity of invcntin Free of Maine about 50 per cent of tho men enrolled clusively in over a scoro of battles. The on tho men. Tho was promoted to lead wait to fco if there is room for c I' nsurpAsed faeHities. Moderate terms sense of its public duties, to its depend- States Senate: IiiISoGJikIl his wounds, Forman vaa .1 .lt rre3fcjiifc-S5- tt . ; .in ificii. Maysville and intervening points. . .rr.T 46- auotlur word or two later on. Uew ever tako part in battlo; henco tho above percentage of killed was tho samo in tho lighting Kcntuckians. r nte me. ,1 vuigfora patcut, r inr at..&vsa At Stones ence on public support and to its betray- .. ilMprrnto tn tlio fir.r. "V.itiiw,l 'a9. 1. rn thunv ? " v,a I xuu n lti U kuu n ... g .....w,.. v,.. supposing my search to be fignres suggest and tho samo might bo both regiments namoly, 10 per cent river tho Fifteenth was sent Into tho Hautehire trains connect at Wixciihb- iiiond is now rire It stanipert- - .Te tion of the Republican party which met ...,. with a compass the needle travels west- applied to other regiments that thero Every man on tho skirmish lino is an "cedar brakes" with orders to hold tho al or ignoring of its ostensible office . ami points west. i"ci"" wiiuuiuBnui was ono man struck down for each sol individual target, and tho sharpshooters l ground until tho last cannon had been public advisor in chief.1' at Philadelphia and nominated Fremont ward by somo fixed law New Hamp" ana Mt. StCftMlS and i,oiiits east AS n a Which will the people believe, the an.1 Dayton. lie went to that convenout tho infantry regiment dier who entered tho fight Not that who stood by the colors during the taken off In safety. Bravely holding on shire sent 0! g trains-ccinneat Livingswhich paralk Is tlio Maine cavalry in every man was hit; somo got moro than twenty and odd battles might well claim and fighting alone, tho regiment was com- Courier-Journof 1SSG when it repre- - tion to '"Doom" Lincoln for Vice l'rchi-dei.- t. . 1 that they kept down the, percentages of pelled to face enemies rushing up In front benieu me cause ot tne people, or Kcntnrl-tton with Cumberland that it lost the most men killed in bat- their share of southern lead. the Four years later, at Chicago, he on tho flank and In rear. Formnn was Courier-JournaA study of percentages iu tho search death in their ranks by good shooting. YrTjB Louisville and intervening pointiC tle during four years' servico of any coml e of 1S9C, the friend of worked for the and Instantly killed. of tho bravest man leads to somo very now for tho inference from theso 6hot from his liorso of And g mand in tho army. Adjoining the granWall Street. trains connect at Rowlan Around him fell 80 his men. 13 in all (he courts. XOMIN VTION OF LINCOLN'. ite hills comes Vermont, which furnish- close thinking. Is there greater danger exhibits about tho man who went The Federal navy produced two gallant (near Stanford) with Cumberland Gap most men in facing appalling slaughter oneo than through the most danger in battle "Pair 0! ed tho brigade that lost tho young leaders In Colonel Charles ltlvers AYheu Lincoln liecamel'residentlieap-pointc- d Knoxville, Louisville aud iuterveinngf facing great slaughter again and danger to lifo and limb. Every soldier Ellct nnd Lieutenant W. B. dishing. of any in tiic army. There wero other in PHTCI0IAN3. his fiicnd a Justice of tho Supoints. again? Where a regiment gets into tho who stood among tho 59 combatants of Both distinguished thcmsclvcs in a stylo crack regiments from the Green moun preme Court of the newly formed Idaho Brands, three grades. "We can save you 2P""Trains do not stop where no tirnu to hottest corner a half dozen or a half Company E, Fifth Vermont, nt Savago of warfare which was Irregular. Ellct bemoney. Send us a trial order; you will tains but tlio aeodlo swings away reis specified. 20 and died from IMS II. It. GIBSON, In ISCS Mr. Parks was an Elector oa the be glad with our products- light upon a Michigan phalanx which score of timas do tho samo individuals Station had three chances of being hit gan nt tho ago ofservico nt tho agotho 22. Espeof of his hard For additional information, impure of Grant ticket. Two years later he was a cially pleased to hear from country merlost more men kilkd and wounded nt Etand up to bo shot at in every case? to ono of getting out unscathed, and in sults servK. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of WYH'IAy AXD SURGEON, Thero can bo no question about tho every group of 0 among tho 44 who Cashing was 19 when ho entered tho AlGettysburg than any other in the Fod-ciinenber of the Illinois Constitutional chants. ico and 22 when he blew up tho ram other agents. siuglo crisis. Thoso wero hit fivo wcro killod. If tho numKentucky. m 'Mi. army on that field of awful but still men who face a IF BLAINE WESELIVNG!" Convention. President Hayes appointWhite Ross, of dash and dogbemarle The qualities glorious and decisive carnage. The Iron who are thero are there, and all we re- bers and losses of tho First Minnesota ged determination which gavo success and ed lr. Parks to the Supremo Bench of 40 Riciixioxd, Ky. quire is to know how many went in aud aro treated tho samo way, the risks are famo to tho veteran Farragut wcro dl3 Brigado of tho 'West, which tapped New Mexico. S:id the Judge to--d j) : in the Joe C.Ins huitilins, 8 nd zo Sec-trtho number hit But in considering six shown to vary. played on countless occasions by thcso Michigan for ouo regiment and Wisconover Waiie .sew drustere. I. Re37. "Jt was an evil day for the Repulican Wanted-- An young men. At tho head of his steam fleet Herrick's Lament for the Tho First Minnesota lost in it3 Getsin for three regiments, stood second to or eight different crises in the history party when it abandoned the financial Protect your Idea: ther may tiring yon wealth. of a regiment'wc wish to know if some tysburg charge 215 killed and wounded Ellct ran tho latteries nt Vlcjcshurg, kept publican Party. tho Vermont brigado in point of battle i II AS. HOOKER, JOHN WKMJERBOItN & CO- - Patent few men or somo one man went through out of 202 engaged. Tho killed wero 75 open tho lino of river communications for policy of its founder, demonetized silver, WriteWasblngtda. D. for their tl.HJ) prlzo offer EfNo. 24, losses and camo in second simply beC Grant and mado rcconnolssanccs In unI ETERIXARY SURGEON, in all, and tho killed out of every known waters patrolled by tho enemy's wero fewer. So far in them all. deilied gold, and inaugurated the prac- and list ct two hundred lnrentlons wonted. cause its numbers The Second Wisconsin regiment fur- group of 0 wounded numbered 3 aa boats and guarded by masked batteries "Would Not bs Maintaining fect May 12, 1895. this brief summary numerical losses tice of abusing, beliltliug and ridiculing 'ra'luaU Ontario Veterinary College. nishes tho clearest example for speculaagainst 5 in Company E, Fifth Ver along the banks. havo been considered, but in percentage, Gold Standard-- " mice owners, mining and miuners. I 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. Dentistry ad Sterihty a Specialty. which 13 tlio highest test and would tion of any on tho list of hard fighting mont Tho proportion of tha?o struck EUet'g Steam Bam. EAST BOUND No. know something about those miners and i. No. 3. No. 9. No. 1. I stairs oer New YerU Store, cerHer furnish the real clew for hitting upon commands. It lost 10.7 per cent of these was greater, for in tho First Minnesota tho ago of 21 Charles Rivers Ellct Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San At I trst streets. Uichnond 4& the bravest man, tho northwest stands boruo on tho rolls killed in action. Tho tho wounded boro tho relation to tho wascommlssloned colonel ond appointed Cousin ol Myron T. Will Vote For Brycn mine owners. As a rule they aro sensiA. M. r. m. A. M. ble, intelligent and patriotic men. Mr. enrolled was 1,203, or 203 more number engaged of 3 to every 4 ; so to lead tho fleet which his father and unregnumber unrivaled. Wisconsin bent out tho and Silver. Verjailles 6 40 ic IU 855 lie NichoUsTille Lincoln sent me'nmoiigthein in 1S03. I C. M. D 10 12 II 14 7 35 iment which lost tho highest percentage than the maximum. It doubtless went in every 4 risks thero were 8 chances do had orsanlzed on tho Mississippi, flagValley View T II 7 53 choso tlio Queen of the West for his lOSS HE PATS THE have lived iu milling territories altogether Medicine and Surgery. during tho war, and Minnesota to tho front, in 1801, 1,000 Btrong and against a man. in killed Million.. 8 12 11 5 11 20 CijEVKiiAND, Ohio, Angust 20, '!K. nea-l- y 10 years, and consider r. . -- l'olliii.si:uil(liuir, To estimate tho risks in tho Second ship nnd joined tho naval squiulron at Main Street. the ouo which lost the higliest percent-ac- e added 203 recruits during its thrco years the practice Vlcksbarg. Whilo Grant was preparing Richmond 8 30 S I2 3apm Colonel J. F. Herrick, one of the of speaking and writing of them disparain a siuglo combat a combat of service. Thero wero 753 wounds rfr Wisconsin for its whole term of servico to get across tho peninsula at Young's jt residence (the Uurr i.Iacel or Unior...MMH. 12 JS 12 SO lirMday. ... Moberly 1 o5 which, bv the way, lasted only a few ported, of whirii 338 wero fatal. If tho thero should bo two sots of figures, and point It was discovered that both Vlcks-lmr- g best known Ropublicans,a veteran of gingly as wrong in itself and very bad 3 BrassficW. ... 12 14 Kentucky usual number is set asido for noncom-batantl5! m, but ono set is available. With the total minutes. and Port Hudson, tho btronghold the Into Avar, and a innn who has policy. . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . . Panola ...., 2 l II 49 these casualties fell upon less enrollment of 1,203 as a bais, tho numMost volunteer regiments considered which held Banks and tlw gulf fleet and been prominent in Cleveland and Irvine..... i la 3 'You want my opinion of Mr. Bryan. it a proud record to havo gono through than 700 individuals. Tho rolls of six ber hit in battlo was 2 out of every 4, army below, received war supplies from Cuyahogo Count for years, tvdny (). A. KEXXEDY, Well, I know him also, though not inti their service without a panic striking companies of this regiment with their less than in tho two commands abova tho Red river. Tho Red river drains a WEST BOUND ExSun Vsun r5"sunL'Suu would vote for Bryan tnately, but I have seen enough of him tho I'll isICIAX AND SURGEON, the ranks, receiving at tho end the ac- casualty lists, present a still stronger Tho proportion of tho killed to the rich region and emptier Into apd Missis- said that he Vlcks-burand Sewall, not because they aro to I mve a very high opinion ot him per- NO. 8 SEGOND STREET, picture. Six companies lost 103 killed wounded was, however, about tho same sippi botween Port Hudson A. M r. M. r. M. A. M. Kentucky, knowledgment from their leaders that I. i"M, Conselected to run tlw , 3b 3 40 IrTine.. nearly 3 out of every group of 9. Tho federate Kllet was at Vleksburg from tho Brynn nnd Sewnll, but because they sonally ami politically. Upon the they had never disappointed tbcm in the out of 738 enrolled, which is 21.8 per . 1 54 batteries RICHMOND, KY. Panola 4 28 Phone. No. 3. cent Braifield 1 5! total wounded was 753, and of thcso anchorage abovo and tako his force Into represent tho party pletlged to remitli lituMing, No. 304 Main Street, up crisis of battle. A glorious record that 4 4a issue of this campaign he stands Moberly . 2 12 1 e hours is to an i 4 to so'cl&clc. . 10 A Maino regiment crowds tho Second 238 wero fatal. Somo deduction should tho Red river to establish a blockade. is, too, for soldiers. But it was the fate On establish tho American bimetallic upon the Lincoln platform of gold and Wisconsin very closo in tho matter of bo mado from the total enrollment for tho morning of Feb. 3, 1G63, ho started In system just as quickly ns tho people Richmond 6 05 of somo regiments to bo placed in ex2 30 oa 5 40 5 Million X 00 silvtr. 6 20 5 30 Ml. JOHN M. FOSTER, tremely trying jcsitions and to risk percentage killed in battle. Tho First those who didn't go into battle. If tho Queen and passed tho first battery nt will give it the power. Valley View 634 5 S7 3 3 speed. An alarm gun from tho fort bo taken for full Heavy artillery enrolled 2,202 men and 1,000 a high proportion more than professional prido demanded. Nicholasville XECESSARV TO PKOSPERITV. 6 jS . 6 58 3 38 KENrCCK I,. SIMOND, Colonel Herrick was an oilicer in Versailles 8 32 " 4 30 7 35 Take, for example, the caso of the First lost 423 killed, or 19.2 per cent Tho tho actual fighting men, then tho pro- aroused tho gunners at tho batteries far"1 do not believe that we will have tho Massachusetts carried on portion of wounded to thoso exposed ther down stream, and when scoreQueen ar- the volunteer army during tho war Gettysburg, Fifty-sevent- h Minnesota Volunteers at a.m. r. . r. M. I A.M. of guns permanent peace aud prosperity in this rived opposite tho city a 1 whero its total loss in one charge was its rolls 1,052 men and lost in killed rises to 3 out of every 4. This is prob- played upon her. Moored to tho loveo, of the rebellion. Ho is a cousin of zi one at office and evidence. If you want tho best Washing Macout.try till silver is restored to the posi Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily. 82 per cent, and its loss in killed 15 out 19. 1 per cent Tho First Maino suffered ably unfair to the Wiscousin men, hut Kllet saw tho largo Confederate war Col. Myron T. Herrick, President of , chine that fs made, one that a child Trains between Cincinnati and NicboIasvt W EVANS, M. D., of 202 engaged, about 28 per cent This enormously in one of its battles, aud its thero aro no figures at hand to show tho steamer Vleksburg. Turning tho ram, the Society for Saving-- the man in tion in our financial system in which it daily. G. can operate, call on, or address, wastplaced by tho founders of tho repubAll trains connect with Southern Railway to regiment may claim to havo performed record really places it among thoso reg- number of actual combatants. ho gavo tho Vlckbburg a fearful blow, and, whose hands Chairman Hanna-lo- it and from Louisville, and with the C. N O.&T. Cuas. Waller, But in any event, tho only fair com- with shot from tho batteries rattling all tho local campaign. Col. Myron got lic. Mr. Bryan i3 in favor of that resto-ratic- n the highest servico on that field of des- iments with exceptionally high percentP. to and from Cincinnati tiny. It saved Hancock's line tho second ages killed in a singlo action. This parison between tho First Minnesota about tho Queen, stopped to toss lighted his titlo by sorving on Gov. You can spend five hours in Louisville, about six witiiQut wating for the consent of FlIYSICIAK ANI SUKODON, Richmond, Ky. and hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexin-to- n day of tho battle, and on that ground clas9 is headed by the First Minnesota, and the Second Wisconsin would bo to cotton balls upon tho enemy's dock.for her return to Richmond at 3:30 p. nu staif. The Col. Herrick England I expect to vote for Mr. Bry- CST'Agents wanted. t . iimosd, Queen had been prepared Tho Kentucky. tho battle was decided tho third day. which at Gettysburg lost 28 per cent of tako the 2C2 men of the Second who got-- an, ind I havo reason to believe that hazardous trip by chaining a bulwark of Another instance on a less renowned its numbers killed in ono charge. At wcro present in tho most of tho 15 bat- cotton bales around her weakest parts. to whom reference is mado hero theriS are a great-nianRepublicans who field was tho Fifth Vermont, at Savage Spottsylvania the Fifteenth Now Jersey tles of tho regiment whero its losses Thcso wero fired by tho enemy's shells, his by fighting. 1)11 TAYLOR, James 6 Blalno wero alive I will do thu same. It is a great mis- NASHVILLE, Station, in 1803. Tho rear guard of tho lost 20 per cent, and at Cold Harbor tho were incurred. Tho starting point would and whilo all hands were cutting them "If l'raclilunier in Medicine and Surgery, Massachusetts lost 24 per bo tho men or tho man if ono thero loose to cast overboard tho poworful cur- dont believe my party would bo to-d- taku to u'i lerratc him- - His own merits army having been attacked and over- Twenty-fift- h TENN. Kentucky whelmed at a critical time, while cov- cent The Confederates who saw tho was, and only one who passed through rent 6wept tho ram down stream. WithUc iim.mj whero it is." said Col. Herrick and die acilon of the conventions which Massachusetts men go down at Cold tho entiro 15. Then should bo added out further adventure tho Queen reached hazardous movement, the ering a believe it have nominated him have made him Ihe ".-- ! hi:i residence on TliinlStriH-t- . Red river and destroyed everything afloat this afternoon. "I don't were ordered to mako a stand Harbor said that the regiment struggled thoso who wero in 14 and 13 and downand and along shore. Unluckily for tho dar- would bo advocating" the mainte- foremost man in this country for the purpose of gaining time. By a ahead for a time under a galling fire ward untiL the number reached 203. pilot, who was nance of tho existing gold' standard, the jirt'bibilily njv is ;h it the votes of D31TTAL STJRGEP.Y. In this way tho individuals could bo ing enterprise, Ellet's and then suddenly disappeared. finely executed bayonet charge they distreacherous or ignorant, ran tho '- 2i! JKSSi In thfr list of high percentage regi- treated wfth, tho samo as in the First cither nground under the guns of a Con- and I would not bo compelled to vote the people iu November will mako him sent free on arpUetkn. lodged tho impetuous Confederates trom Queen the bremost man iu all the world. DR A. WILKES SMITH, the key position and hold it during tho ments belongs also the Ono Hundred Minnesota, and tho killed and wounded federate fort The enemy opened with 33 for Bryan an Sewall." Pennsylvania, a splendid would bo accounted for individually. If pounders, making ovcry shot tclh Many aud Forty-firs- t "I have acted with the Republican figLt. losing 188 killed and wounded Col, Herrick's partner, Frank E. DENTAL SURGEON, mt of 428 engaged. One company of 50 body of fighting men, which lost 24 per ono man could bo traced through all the of tho crow wcro shot down, nnd, to add to Bliss, is also a Bryan Republican. party fur nearly 40 ears, hut I have not YOUNG itW-i.ti-bWillHiKentucky nen lost 14 killed and wouuded, of cent cf its numbers in tho peach orchard 15 battles where the regiment scored its the confusion a, shell cut tho steam pipe, Ho was formerly Mayor of Brook beed satisfied with a part of its financial LADIES. all at Gettysburg, and also tho Fifth .New unparalleled percentago of nearly 20 filling tho vessel with scalding vapor. lyn Village, and on Thursday night policy, and especially ha- - this been true 25 were killed. Perhaps after tiim There was no help for It but to throw cotOrrica Smith building. Main Street. Office s close scrutiny would show that tho York (D jryea's zouavos). The zouaves killed in every 100 on tho rolls, his ton bales overboard from the Queen, put he helped organize a Bryan club in for tlu last 20 years. I thiuk the de lolh. TJnsurpasse climate, location, buildings, equipment h rs. 17.00 to 13 M.; t:oo to 4 P..M. tist sejiion opens September fimrwt. Ttfo.li standard of eraduatton. Best lacillues tor to Company E, entered-- the battlo at Grovetou 490 claim for championship in dangers tho wounded on them and trust to fato on t r.ivest mau belonged r . . X.it. rtr4l- -, limited to dentistry. Forty-secon- d Ward, which now in- moniitization of s'.iver was a great ?.na .5. Wnmllmi Phvie! Culture. StenorraDhT. strong aud lost 23 per cent killed. Nu- braved would provo a hard ono to over- tho waves. SSS&lng. rt-- 7 Nalhvllle offers wrong to the American people, but hithG. K. Lensox piw wan the last to leavo tbo stranded cludes tho former villnge. The Fifth fccrved through tho war in merically tho death loss of tho Fifth in throw. practical Republican party erto t have Jioped-th- e I C MOKCAN, J. A. VATtS. J. D. IILANTON. PrcsMeat. NasbvlHe. Teas. WILLING TO STEAL IX COMPANY. woulll tonic around right ou that ques MORG AN & YATES, in any part of the Union is treating property and producing resources of the either of which, if true, certainly proves tion, That hone died out with thuudon- DENTISTS The Republican platform declares tion H the Sc Louis platform. I am not with any degree of tint a nirbtnets an people have thus been transferred to a the silver situation is a matter of interne Kentucky JC1IMOKD, persistence winch should imply that it comparatively small clas3 of men, whose and Importance. If so, why is not the against free coinage unless by interna- a AlcMuley Jiepublican. l am not in MANUFACTURKlt AND DBALKP. matter forced upon public attention day tional agresineut. Put if other nations j iavoiof tlio existiug gjld standard, but is recognized by leading minds as a ques- stock in trade is gold investments. over Madison Nation. Orrice Main Street, FocnTU. That in the exact propor- after day by all tho newspapers in the unite, with our?, then the Republican 1 am Ins I understsnd it, a Lincoln Re- tion of inilnitc moment, and of immediPanic Foreign aad Amgricsifl Mwb! ate aud intense practical significance to tion as gold has risen, the burden of debt land 'which are not owned body and oartv will favor free coinage. Al! the pnblk rCV rift&r, gold Republican shouters and their Cleve,the welfare of all classes of citizens. and taxation has increased; and that in breeches by the money kings of the AND GRANITE MOHOSENIS, UE0. W. KHiBY land Administration allies declare that Such is tho magnitude ot the question, proportion as property and labor have conspiracy? worth" only -Tombs, Tablets, and such practical bearing upon the in- declined tho capacity of the people to If they, or cither of them are not true, the silver dollar is 0 Shelbyvillo, Ky., Recommends terests of.aU men, and we find the whole pay.their debts and taxes lias diminished, why do they not "prove it, and put the They say that no legislation by any Headstoxks, Ubss, Wright's Celery Capsules. FisTii. That the silver diicount is whole question at rest once and for all. countrv or by many countries can make American press ignoring it Statuary, Ete lays down the creating a bonus of more than 30 peH If any newspaper in Zfew York, or Bos it worth any more. They say that legis The Courier-Journ- al SHabyvillo, Ky., May 20, '90. To nothing to do with the valuo Philhdelphia, or lation, has cent in favor of the farm productioiisjOi ton, or Chicago, or The following is an editor'al publish- follow ins propositions: FINE WORK A SPECIALTY of August 10, ed in tlio Courier-Journor Cincinnati, or ivew Orleans, of either of the precious metals that Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.; Fiust That tho demonetization of sil- India and Asia, which to that Mteut 3 7Z v 1&S: Courier-JournGtjtita I have purchased a box of of valueibeiug entirely, intrinsic and unafYour Trade Solicited.. has been devot ver, which has prevailed for somo vears cheapens the wheat, cotton and yrious can successful Ij' controvert either The by legislative decrees. But yet Wriaht's Celery Capsules from G. Lv writing, both m tho United other productions of the United .Stcs. these propositions, it will render the fected ing a large amount of space, week after "un to this Work delivered to any prfrof ttE had the effect Sixth. That these lamentable ciudi - j public valuable aid Undoing so at.ouce. If the Republican party says that if 'G.real MiilieHou. druggist, and" used them- - foa wefk, to the discusion of the silver sit- Slates and Europe, has tiny the SounBtomaclivTorpidiliiver and Consti," State. p-Write forBeuau attct of advanceing the value of gold about 40 lions Lave been produced by autl'silvcr they cannot coRtroveyt cithCrot"lhce Tlritiihi and other nations will uation in its. relations to the interest of George Thorps, me in legislation. -propositions, they aw sfcviously cqnntv- - workingman a fifty cent dollar for a dot patio Laudtoandthatthey-wivIt VV ' Prices': . - percent. ithe United States. Most of'thp newsThat there can jbe yjdonjS iH'tTt gigantic frau4Buwroug "'which Tar's sporth of woflcthov will agree 'to'dd. ined iierrirfiami'Uo.--- l thuikitau Street, between Main and papers of Hie United State) have taken Secoxo. That this has been accomfr-Ill W- -l iiiM 1 W ater, rear of Dillingham building, IliM 'Mfepyawblyeo-eJitliianrCreB- . wawe eacreaMUiy. ;the aW; Theydj ?not Wiftct6 plished by depressing the value o all tot,l prosperity ha restored;byvpnflv j&- ' :j: ls. Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds bnl little .notice of the matter, many do . 'Wk ; J. exleHt; legislation. of blacksmitbing promptly in the best not refer to It' at all, jand no - dily other properly to .that Ky. .. ..iJWIrf I .UC jf..A .A.U. . ? '.dottid -w mmm 4BriK mr. of the I isow, l...J.IM .JL... 'jKngmmsmtfmfi; Hwtw arc wucy-- .. 11. ; ji n vb 8--7 ,TjiiBi).Tit;lut40 jercent ? avt'Miv workmanlike manner. W&U i '7j C bowsmdct excit the Gourior-?ura- itl v : H'- r- - ". " ii K i li ' .' - 3rSAr usr .T.? t ,"& 55" fe1 rv "saMfB' ! L r3$ 4MK- . Search Among the Vet I'aul Encampment of tho Grand Army For ttio Soldier Wlio I'aiscd Throngli tho Slost Danger II o Jloy Bel one to the Horthwcst A Glaticc at tlio Heroic Itrc'inents liaised on tho TCortberu Border From Maine to Hrery Stato Sent Oat a Crock Command. St. Mln-ncso- ta ."-- that battlo was tho highest Buffered in a einglo action by an infantry regiment " in tho wholo course of tho war. Whilo thcso figures tell a story not to bo questioned of dangers braved, they cannot point out tho bravest man of alL Thero were risks of a kind to leave no room for choice. Every soldier has his own idea of tlio bravest regiment and of tho bravest men. I do not puprose to singlo out any ono regiment for tho highest honors, for I turn from tho story of ono to that of nnother only to marvol because any wcro so valiant If ono wero given tho choice of standing in tho Michigan ranks of tho Twenty-fourtat Gettysburg, whero uino color bearcrj wcro shot down in an all day fight on Elx different lines of battlo, or charging With tho First Minnesota, whero throo Out of every four wcro hit and ono trnP" of every thrco hit was killed, ot of Inarching with he Firet Maino's 000 against n lino of blazing rifles, where 028 were struck in seven minutes, which of the three risks would ho take? These parallels could bo extended Into scores. Whether a regiment suffered enormously In a singlo battlo or met ltd loss In a long series of battles, or whether its percentago was high for ono combat or for half a scoro or moro of combats, death hovered over its ranks. Bullets wcro always busy with tho men Pennsylvania, which of tho Eighty-thircarried on its rolls, first and last 1,800 men. Tho killed and wounded numbered 971, and 283 of tho wounds proved fatal, whilo in 397 cases they sent tho men h YOUNG till II WEDNESDAY, WAR LEADERS. Highest of all in Leavening Power. WEEE BUT BOYS. 1800. pcr-Fon- al ;r - ji?-- ; V - ' 3.v yj- - SS53K 5S5SS SS3?3 , I xL I JOB WORK EXECUTED. I CAREFULLY SEPTEMBER 2, 1896. Latest U. S. Got 't Report NUMBER 18? Generals In Their Twenties Won Fame and Victory. HEB0ES WHO Drbv Powder PM SSI ABSOLUTIE&W PU23E ship. Ho csenpea on a couou u nru, meeting tlio only prlzo ho had spared from tho torch tlio Now Era, captured tho day before ho returned up tlic river nnd picked up his unfortunate crow. Turning ngaln, ho mado his" way Into tho Mississippi and reached tho nrmy landing which meanwhllo had been established below Vleksburg. Worn out with the hardships of this service, which ho had followed I ir a year, tlw hero retired to hlshonm In Illinois for rest But tlio furlough enma too late. Ho died a few weeks later, a victim to tho perils nod exposure of opening up tho Mississippi to the Federal army and fleet Cushlng's great exploit In blowing up the Albcmarlo cannot bo set down to accident Ho had previously carried through tho most daring enterprises within tho enemy's lines, nnd although these wcro minor nffalrs thoy gave him tlio experience In command and In tho hnndllngof resources. There would havo been ns much fitness In tho selection of Gushing to head nu expedition llko tliat of Farragut In Mobllo bay to destroy tho mm Tennesseo as there wns in Bonding young Perry to rccocr tho lake region In 1813. It should bo remembered also that tho operation ugalnst tho ram Albemnrlo was not a mere exploit. It roso to th3 dignity of a campaign. Tho ram had baffled the Federal fleet In tho North Carolina sounds and had neutralized an army on land. Had it seemed feasible, tho northern government would willingly have dlspntchcd a squadron of ships or o corps d'armee to bring nbout her testructlon. A boy 22 years old planned nnd carried out, unaided by other minds, the entire work. From beginning to end his course wns beset with difficulties which wduld have warranted hhn In turning back, and most men would have been worried out In overcoming them. When Cush-In- g died, in 187?, he held tho rank of commander, tho youngest officer of that rank In tho navy. Ho was then flvo years younger than Nelson on assuming command of the Agamemnon, tho ship in Which tho great captain fought his way to Geohgk L. KiLMiin. glory. Baking I Fruit Cons, I Iho T I -- eat Grand Army Veteran of Ex-nl- t' Hanli Storlca of Miles and Wll-ao- u, Caster and KllpatrlcU, Upton, Mcr-rl- tt and Ames Beardless Uerocs of the Navy "Willie" PeEram, tho Boy Colonel of tho Confederacy. ICopyright ing this alone. They are willing to steal ic company. International bimetallism equally with independent bimetallism Mould increase prices and gradually bring them up to a general range at which they stood when silver was demonetized by Germany, tho United Stites an 1 Latin Union. All the Arguments that are now being made against independent bimetallism by this country apply with equal force to international (But we are told that bimetallism. Bourke Cochran's great w.iges'do.) Now York speech against the farmers will apply with great force to the international bimetallism advocated in the IU publican platform. This would be a problem for Major McKiuley to discuss in liis letter of acceptance. It may be stated thus : If commodities must be kept down to present prices so that they miij- - be within reach of the workiugmnn, whose wages they tell us do not rise with the rise of prices of the necee.siries of life, then how can the workingman vo,e the Ilepublicat- ticket, which advocates international bimetallism and the consequent rise in prices of everything hut tho price of his own labor Enquirer. - I! . ss ks, Fly Screens, Poultry Miuip 2j 41 AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN OUR LINE NEEDED IN SUMMER V Pi ocKelford - 8e u Ifcrsrar V uis ELIEVES 4 -. AS DID M L. & N. Rr R. LINCOLN, 13 com-mned- er PUBLIC igALEU j- -. Xvu.fay September 7, 1896, 1- -2 fl"tcT-rhc-fir- st to-da- y. ... R. 3. Rice. 12-1- I5 ,.-- liREEN CLAY "unxiinrui tr I mmm t Tiir Tn nr nr g mniir . Out-goin- Out-goin- 1 u. " thqV-Jsnoxvil- lej ut Out-goin- ikf ... al 0 - te t. Idea R. N. & i. R. Attor-Bey- Time Table In I T. JASPER, 1 FREIGHT. DRINKS. s, Iit. ... 1 1 g. coir-trolli- ng .. x, Iota! .... Me-Kinle- T.J. ... ... !li-h!iri.MflUl.- av llffiM to-da- ' f"r -- FOR rr...!. Ji t... K T.--.f.- M Z!f!StS!SS - HOW 13 THIS? Madison Monumental Works. - 1 teaa and Juooe seizes. al .mfSL E for ts. MiWm)m 'lillm rr 4C i -- mkSfm al W -- . fc"w A e wrmmBsavm KT -- -- -- mb -- Ytmtftei W or -- '. r d.r - w. lf -- i Iiw-kJBtree- "i, ?... V4? e3 m . A .&. ,."& a JL... "i vfA- - .JJ -- J 1 w Ph,7- -: ii -- .. 'rtip. - "i: -- "" :& ' ,v - T- - vr '"O . - .v standard, for the first time we are informed that silver is not money, but subsidiary coin that it is not receiv-abl- o PUBLISHED XVKRT WEDKESDAT BY in payment of obligations aahiFt the United States unless the Tho Climax Printing Go. creditor freely and willingly takes it. Government bonds arc issued as PRICE PKll YEAIt, $1.50. suggested in the circular ,and there is now for the coutinu-anc- o S1.25 a wild clamor IN ADVANCE, of such a state of affairs is, will secure the issual of the amounts in WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1896. dicated. The American Bankers Association has denied its responsibili ADVERTISING HATES. ty for this destructive worth. But O H O 2 O the Association is responsible for not a sr o 3 x S 2 sooner and more publicly putting ? 2 forth a denial. It was in possession S S 2 SPACE. I 2 S 7 S of tho information as to whether it : : : : : 7 did or did not issue the circular. No : : : : : ; ; . : ; i one else had such information and I Inch. toot i 30 S 3 J 3 5 4 30 $ 7 00 J j 00 therefore no one else could enter a a Inches, i 75 a 50 3 30 7 co 11 co 17 50 a 30 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 13 35 denial. The American Bankers' As3 Inches, 4 Inches. 3 00 4 00 6 00 12 on 19 00 2S 75 sociation was particeps criminis by 5 Inches. 3 So 5 00 7 30 15 00 23 00 34 50 tol 400 600 9001800370c 40 00 its silence. CoIm.. 6 00 9 00! 13 00 7 00 40 00 60 00 Some person or combination of S 00 la ooj 17 73 34 50 so 00 So 00 7 Col 1 Coi,. IP 15 ooj 33 SO 43 on 60 OollOO OO persons is responsible for it. It A7Readinc notices 10 cents a line for first In- could not have just happened so, sertion, 5 cents a line for each additions! insertion Obituaries, resolutions of and tirailar mat. and their plot was discovered before, terat half rates. No specified position. but there was no power reserved to the people to avert the calamity. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Upder a gold standard forced upon us by the act of a dictator and not by law or the will of the people FOK PRESIDENT, we are at the mercy of rings and WM. J. BRYAN, combinations that can hold up or of Nebraska. destroy as they have conclusively " THE CLIMAX. Can we not trace in these reflections a counterpart and image of our public sur- roundings it ::::: " " 1 OQ ro-pee- $ t' ft FOK VICE PltEblDENT, shown. AUTHUR SEWELL, of Maine. FOK JUDGE OF with dictators and a single gold standard ! . Down A DENIAL THE (TVKT OF APPEALS. THAT DOES NOT DENY. ic a ft fe. ? ? -. - SL BV r:i 'f K3i Ii t known as the "Panic Circular," has appeared several times in ANNOUNCEMENT- Okiole. CANDIDATES these columus and is now familiar to our ful da)', and every loyal son of Democratwo-yeRichmond, Kv., Aug. 2G, '9G. readers cy was in excellent trim to imbibe wholeFOR CONGKESSS. p, The Pantagraph claims to have discovsome Democratic doctrine. At 1 o'clock, FuYon Fobee, of Shelby county, is a ered that the circular is or was a fogery at the sound of the Court House bell, candidate for Congress, to represent In fact, the Pantagraph says that banker relay ajter relay of the rank and file tlie Sth district, subject to the action of Robert Burnam, of Richmond, says that turned into the court-rooandin a . . CORRESPONDENCE, the Democratic party. banker Logan C. Murray, of Louisville, the room was crowded and a Toux B. Thompson, of Mercer, isa can- bays that banker Joseph C. Hendrix, of great many were standiug along the aisles didate for Concress, to represent the Slh New York, says that two years ago bankVALLEY VIEW. and in the rear of the room, and the winDistrict, subject to the action of tbe er E. II. Pullenof the same city, said so, for quite J. W. Masters bought 40 hogs from dow sills afforded seating places of ladies tosomc person somewhere now nnknown Democratic party. a number. Quite a number Wm. Stalker, paying 4 cents per pound. To be plainer, Mr. Burnam wrote Mr. were present. Shortly after 1 o'clock, J. Jesse Cobb w ill speak here next Sat- J. C. Bach stepped forward and in a few Murray, Mr. Murray wrote Mr. Hendrix, For. JAILER. urday night at 7:30 Every body in- words introduced the speaker, who, and Mr. Hendrix sent a letter written b James C. Lackey is a candidate for Mr. Pullen in 1S94 disclaiming the circu vited. though having been engaged in nothing Jailer of Madison county, subject to the lar. But tlie Pantagraph doesn't know V. W. Harding bought 14 head of hogs else the past six weeks but delivering tdc action of the Democratic party. anything about it the Pantagraph never from different parties, paying 3 cents per speeches in behalf of the issue that is to pound for same. knows anything about anything, Mr Oriole. save this country from the heel of des' ron suit, i'uiiijk; instkuction. Burnam had no knowledge of the circuRev. Jesse Culwell is holding a pro- potic capitalists and tyranical bond jobFOR REPUBLICANS ONLY. Mits. John Williamson is a can- lar, or he would not have called on Mr tracted meeting at Antioch Church on bers, was in fine trim for turning on the SiitierijitfJ'dont Public In- Murray. Mr. Murray uses the King't Tates Creek. broadsides he had stored away into the didate for opposing elements. Would that we had struction for Madison county, sub- English in a way to convince you that lit AND THEY'RE ALL FOR SILVER Rev. W. V. Williamson will preach to AND BRYAN. ject to the action of the Democratic isn't any "Moscow." He says: "An the people of Valley View the first Sun- the resources to publish his speech in its newspaper which new would print sucl tdc. entirety. We give, however, the main party. day in September. a thing ought to be ashamed to be con Special Dispatch to the KnquirOr. by sayThe protracted meeting at Bethel points in his speech. He began The Cuinherlund Courier publish- tidered an associate of fit journalists ' Term: II.ute Lnd., August 27. ing: Christian Church, closed last 'Friday ed at Pineville, the home of David Mr. Murray needs about six more yean A free silver Republican Club was or- night several additions. That the Republican party has, by its Colson, says he defeated John at a public school. "Ashamed to be con- ganized at the court house Grant platforms, made at four national convenin Rev. R. B. Baird will fill his last D. White for Congress by 57G vote. sidered an associate of lit i response to the following published call tions, declared for bimetallism, and in Siloam M.E. Church next not only eloquent but oon"i(ii:g mn by a committee of ten prominent Re 1892, at Minneapolis, this great party in Sunday, for the Conference year now Editor John A. Bell, of the George- vinces you that he woiiMn'i l.no. ab.inl. publicans : national convention declared that gold a circular from a town Times, has mot with rirrul.tr b.!fk. All Republican voters of Vigo County drawing to a close. and. silver should be standard money, great misfortune, the los.-- of his Mrs. James Turner is on tho sick list, and even went 60 far as to denounce Butjn M:. IIendi;x. Ho merely en- who believe in the use of both gold and venerable mother, who died at the closes "the pffictal d i:i..l of t'ie o- t. led silver as standard money of our country also the wife of B. T. Masters, who is dan- Cleveland's administration V ts advanced age ofSS year.s. HOI 'Bankerh' ciicul.-i.Ti.ti'-- j a.I. Ilec without seeking the sanction of foreign gerously ill. hostility toilyx-r- . - Tliat t'l (I is that ' dcni.il :" nations, are invited to meet at the CirII. II. Boston, his wife and son, Master pifffyliad, in every State s W. C. Owens declines to be a can"New York, April 10th, '!M DrarHr cuit Court-rooat 7:30 o'clock this even- Charley, will leave this week ior a by the party in 1894, dire, ofrar.'oct- to Congress in didate for The follow ing circular Ins appeared ing. month's stay withth&-iatnil- y of the ly repudiated the gold i d. That the Lexington District, but C. J. during the List Republican speeches will be made on forraersfaH,ef'at Patriot, Indiana. jear in a number of newsthe convention held in Su Louis in June formally announced Bronston has papers: Then follows thesaid circular. rniiU Miss Viola Million, who has taught last repudiated its former platforms, on the issue of the present campaign Kutal himself, and will give John O. Hodg- You will observe tha.t the circular is un- business of importance,iV4Tl fce'iiBacted I es the hottest kind of a race. several terms at this place and proved the silver question and departed from the signed and dated on the Sabbath. Tbe M. C. RoutzAIvi. Poths, nvii. herself an efficient teacher will, begin a Republican faith in gold and silver. Association never issued the saitl circular, W.H.SOAL- - I RIGHTEOUSNESS EXALTETH A NATION. He showed thatr Blaine and Sherman Freo Biel, jC. school here next Monday. and is Jiot responsible foDp It's lan- - C.3Y.'tdrt b.v were both in favor of the continued coinEd. E. Long, LAincrs. Miss Bessie, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. But age of gold and silver, and that McKinThe above quotation frcm Pro-- a uuane is the very John S. Tyler, - ntv.'-- '- - .'jlTVtf-- d came Friday. Fif Northcutt, ison the list of our sick. t. . fjlsehoo UUl.. sermon ley had voted for the free coinage of both Mill rrER, verbs was the text for Dniel Reidolr. ...4.1 . . '. Wm. Flynn, of Ford, is spending afew in 1877. nrenrdied hv llov. Wm. F. initli.7 uaiiKers Associa-- - f ine meeting mat was called was an .. re "iigressman . . ..-,.nod E. II. Pullen, "Chairmnn and hasstntck dismay among days with his brother Ralph Flynu at If the Republican party was right and pastor 01 tlie unrixtmn cliurAis v "5 " la-4- . . """" Executive Coniu il." the local Republican politicians. The this place. sound when it declared by its platforms place, on Sunday Tho J. G. Burrus Free Silver Demo- that gold and silver should both be coinMr. Pullen does not appear to know court-roowas filled, a large number beHe, in av-jrciblmanner, urged jnoiy7Tlii,s members that it was any more about the circular than ing compelled to stand. Printed cards cratic Club was addressed lust Saturdny ed at our mints without discrimination Jhjtr'"duty to carefully study all Pantagraph Burnam Murray Hei.-dri- were handed around, and the Secretary night by Hon. Henry George, late a can- sigaiiisttither, w by is that position not didate for Congress in the First District, now sound? If Blaiue and Sherman and for he distinctly rajb that "its lan- anuouueed that the club had questions effecting the public, and who was visiting his son CaptE-- George McKinley were right then when they guage is the very best ei idence of SECURED 'S3 MEMBERS. thnta righteous cons'deration should at this place. wrote and voted for the free coinage of prompt them in all their conduct ftom falsehood." The language docs not e Fred J. Biel, a German cigar dealer and the slightest falsehood, llierefuie ex Republican Councilman, called silver, why is it wrong now? a political .standpoint. The sermon T T the Mr Pullen has not thesl'ghluat evidence meeting That a certain amount cf money was was an interesting one. to ortUr, and W. H. Soale, a NEWBY. tlmt it is false. He does not say that he necessary to do the business of the con-turleading attofney-at-laand Republican OVARIOTOMY AND PENSIONS. consulted the records of the office, or and when this amount was used J. S. Stapp is convalescing. Agent here under Harrison, even that it has records. He does not was chosen and kept in circulation then the country Squire E. C. Million is sick. Chairman. Mr. Soale read was prosperous, and whenever this "There is an apparently sound and show that if such a circular had been an address declariug for Bryan and free Lyman Long who has been very sick amount of money was by legislation or robust man in this county, who is issued a copy theieof would have been silver, and leaving the Republican party is better. otherwise decreased, then the country drawing a pension, under the belief preserved. He does not claim to have on the monetary issue. He declared that Miss Mattie Holman is well again af- was not prosperous and property would that he has ovarian tumor. At least been an officer a j ear prior to his writing, he stood on the Republican bimetallic begin to go down in price, products that is what they told him he had or that he is or was in a position to know platforms of 1SS8 and 1S92, but he refused ter a short illness. If you want to hear Free Silver dis- would also decline in price, and the what he is talking about. Mr. Pullen and we suppose he believes it." gold platform of 1890 to swallow the cussed, come to New by. wages of the laborer would grow less and does say that the circular "has appeared Stanford Journal. which the Eastern money lenders had during the last year in a number of newsThe Republican party is responsiThere are some cases of typhoid fever less. The scarcer the money, the lower forced Mark Hauua to cram down all property, all products, all labor. The ble for pension frauds. The above, papers." Did his denial ever appear in throat. His speech was recehed in this end of the county. while probably intended foranexag-gorgatio- n, any newspaper? He address somebody with loud cheers. Chickens arc dying rapidly with what less money, the easier it is controlled by a few rich men. Adopt the gold standard is not far removed from as "Dear Sir:" not a newspaper; not Following him speeches were made by some call "limber neck" cholera. "To the Editor of," Ac. No, the circular of pension and twenty men in New York can connumerous Charles W. Washington, colored, A protracted meeting is in progress at trol all the money in our countrj. Now, how can a Democrat went its rounds unmolested ; it was never nominee for the Legislature Antioch Church by Rev. Caldwell. publicly denied. McKinley voted for the resolution of vote with a party of such record? in tliis county; Captain Jabez Smith, a Heathman & Jenkins, merchants at 1870, known as the Matthews' bill, which "The Association never issued it," sas veteran of the Mexican War and the war this place, report large sales of goods. THE LAW. Pullen. It was easy enough for the Chairdeclared that the United States bonds of the rebellion ; Dr. E. T. Spottswood, There will be a protracted meeting at could be paid in silver dollars, and had man of the Executive Committee, or member of the LegislaSalem, commencing nextSunday, August also voted for the tree coinage of silver, 'Resolved by the Senate (The House some other Chairman of some other Comg ture; John S. Tyler, a RepubliGtli. and Blaine favored the remonetization of of Represej tatives concurring therein.) mittee, knowing the wishes of the Assocan farmer; George W. Branson, colored, That all bonds of the United States issu ciation, to have "issued" the circular; and John Booth, colored. The farmers are about done cutting silver. Have the Republican party and ed or authorized to be ibsued under the and then equally as easy to say the Asits great leaders been wrong on the quesAll the speakers declared for Bryan tobacco, and it is curing nicely in their said acts of Congress hereinbefore recited sociation did not Issue it. tion and never discovered the error until barns. and free silver. Washington's speech The fact that the circular appeared are payable, principal and interest, at the The corn crop is almeet ready for cut the St. Louis convention of 189G? Was was one of the best, and was received option or the Government of the United "in a number of newspapers," and was with loud cheers. Ho ting, and is about one month earlierthan not that convention controlled by Eastsaid since he came States in silver dollars of the coinage of never contradicted, prima facie evidence out for free ern men, acting for the aggregated silver he wasn't certain usual. of Wall Street? Did not the the United States containing 4121 grains of its genuiness and wananted its use. whether he lived in America or Russia, The protracted meetingat Little Bethel wealth Like the man who sheared the hog, the or each of standard silver; and that to re" mone' power force that convention to whether Washingtcn owned himself or closed last Thursday night altera week's declare for the gold standard? If a Restore to its coinage such silver coins as a Pantagraph has made a heap of fuss and duration. SOME ONE ELSE OWNED IJItf. legal tender in paj-meof said bonds, got no wool. publican now votes for the free coinage t Mrs. Jarvis Long has had a bone felon of both gold aud silver, he is not departThis reference to some petty persecuprincipal and interest, is not in violation THE "GRAFT" AS BAD AS THE tions that he has been subjected to by lo- on each thumb and suffered severely ing from party principle. of the public faith nor in derogation cf "SEEDLING !" cal Republicans 6ince he declared for with them. the rights of the public creditor." The rich men of Wall Street, the mo Bryan, caused quite a stir. The clubor-ganize- d The J. C. Chenault Silver Club at this nopolies and trusts wanted to make If the creditors of this pation are menVerily to us. does history repeat itself, by electing Fred J. Biel, Presi- place met last Saturday night. It has 50 money scarce and property and labor dicants the should begin in the usual way and not prate about dishonor and dis even in these latter days, as of olden dent, and M. C. Routzahn; an actiye Re- members. lion. P. H. Sullivan addressed cheap, and by so doing increase the purcredit because the debtor de- times. And in lieu, the "Sow returns to publican politician, Secretary, Mr. Biel the Club in sound Democrat style. There chasing power of their money. Thesyn- clines to do more than observe faithfully her Wallow." Many Bimetallic Demo- announced that the club would holdrej? will be speaking at our Club next Satur- - dicates waut legislation to add to their crats and Silver Democrats ular meetings duringthe campaign, and day night, September 5th. by A. T. Chen-- " wealth, and they combine to effect this the contract. now' living in Kentucky, as also in other that they had assurances of a large mem- an It and J. lulbot Jackson, purpose aud vote to secure this end. States and sections, re call in regretful bership of Republicans of Vigo County, NO CAMPAIGN FAKE. Why should not the farmer, the mert t t sorrow the public political aspects and who believed that the United States was chant, the mechanic aud the laborer WACO. vivid national history of our country, in fully able to legislate for itself without The American Bankers Associacombine and vote to protect their homes And the memo .asking the aid or consent of any EuropeMiss Lena Alexander continues seri- and families? tion has established one thingbeyond the years 18o9-C0- -'l. ously ill. dispute. The panic circular Miiich the ries of those times and years are now, in an nation. He said that our country was so strong, Mr. Soale, in his speech, accused Major said association says it did not issue many points of general interest recurRev. S. F. Kelly will preach his last so rich in all resources, and our people and for which they are not respon- ring prominently before us for present McKinley of changing his sentiments on sermon of this charge at Bybeetown next were so intelligent and of such energy sible, was issued according to their consideration. And in connection de- the money question. Wm. Poths one f Sunday. All members arc earnestly re- aud indomnitable will that they could mand, as matters of more than ordinary the signers of the call and who occupiid quested to be present. denial in 1893. and would maintain the free coinage of E. H. Pullen chairman executive importance our prompt and resolute de- a seat on the platform, was a delegate to Rev. Mr. Roddy, of Louisville, will as- gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. If council and Henry W. Ford Secreta- cision. For these not only affect us, for the recent Republican County Conven- sist the pastor Rev. Mr. Turner in a pro- our mints should be opened to the free ry, say on April 10 1894, thnt this cir- personal good, but our posterity as w ell, tion. tracted meeting at the Waco Baptist coinage ot silver, how could you flood cular appeared m a number of news- and the life and perpetuity of our civil the country with silver? Where wasthe Church, beginning next Monday night. DREADING THE POISON. and religious liberty, and maintenance papers duringthe past year. Winfield Portwood, grandson of John silver to come from? What nation had According to their statement tbe of independent Democratic government Portwood, died Sunday evening near here it? The United States, South America circular went from some one, if not by the option of the only nation of free Editor the Climax: of the and Mexico produce two-thir"We cannot understand "why the attheage of 18, oi inflammation of the silver of the world. Europe liasVtgot the American Bankers Association people, under the Sun bowels. Buried at Flat Woods Monday. Turn your minds retrospectively if you Chicago platform omitted endorsein 1893. typhoid-feve- r According to announcement made beand th American Bankers Associa- will to a national campaign and the w ork ment of small-po- x, If Awarded whooping-cough.- " N. Y. Judge. fore the Democrats of the Waco precinct tion is not responsible for it who is? of a National Convention at Chicago, Highest Honors World's Fair, August 29, '96. We had rather met last Friday night at Elliston and Has holy writ ever been more com- about the date named above and notice of three or suffer either malady named above, formed 'The Waco Bryan and Sewall pletely fulfilled that the requests in its culmination in the out-pand bed- Club," with eighty four enrolled memwith as many full for A'our years, straight-ou- t four party-headthis circular. fledged candidates for national offices, fast, than to medical relief from bers. Mr. Wm. Blanton was elected The circular is dated only eight days after the inauguration of Mr. and each, with a long and faultless plat- any of the doctors who wrote out President and the following gentlemen form, upon which, to stand and llasier that modest and graceful prescrip- Vice Presidents: W. T. Feieder, C. L. Cleveland as President. tion the Sf. Louis Platform devised in Searcy 'and-A- . S. Ilisle ; Rice Benton and The people generally expected at and blow for personal supremacy. They came upon that stage, all noble, charitable wisdom, for the general Levi Metcalf, D. Z. Taylor, Secretary. extra session of Conthat time an gress to take action on the burden- generous and brave Douglas, Lincoln, good of unsuspecting country pa- Messrs. F. MTudor, J. C. Chenault and some tarriff; but no one dreamed that Breckinridge. Star idols to us, of im- tients, and especially for every poor Robert Combs addressed the meeting, Congress would bo called together mortal political renoun, whose crowns people who are never worth notice or the crowd'was enthusiastic, well behaved for the purpose of repealing the sil- and laurels, in our hearts are yet green attention until Just before voting and showed a determination to do away with the "classes." The Club will meet and bright, and will not pale or dim, t'nie. But, if these Third-Tick- et ver purchaslnglaw. -Shortly after the date of this circu- while patriotism remains a national vir- Jioltgrs, tho new Jockey Buckner .next Friday evening in the large tobacco of Liberty coos at Club, under direction and auspices: barn of A. S. Hide's at Pine Grove, it' lar there begun to be a demand for tue, or the song-bire to soothe our sorrows over of their 'Wet Nursd, the Courier-Journa- l, will be lighted and seats will be prepared even-tidthe repeal of the law. and Bro. Breckinridge with for 1I. Mr. P. H. Sullivan will be the MOS1 PERrJECT MADE. CoHgress was called In extraordi- hopes &ow gone.indulcitnotes,p Hail Colan.biaoyer this broad land of ours his picked rooster and yellow flagTn speaker of the evepng. Comeoae, Hne A pure Grape; Cream, of Tartar Powjier.' Fnt nary session, and the law was V. from An1w$Ma;'Alum or arty otheraduitftwrt, all, an a weiwiii. iVethe liannoiilJWMn the' procession lecil tho mpdof any-sucurged and repealed. whidifiholds 'in1 ;sacred moments, .1 , rr'.-.r-- j ir wnrmm-county X 4o i&Aas.iT"miiOAk. JH HWEEDSVVU IU WUH JUVBS1 "aaSew p v'fjolf BHiiWi in inr. 11T- - - luyouniiu iJVPWk . i:ii - . we, Ifof the firist time . J 'r r f A' V ' tr li A circular, ar W. S. PRYOR, of Henry County. That convention found too many heads, and by faction was rent asunder, to the nation's ruin. We are at this time in another convulsion, but upon a different footing for it is not sectional, but universal to tbe American nation and the results of which will reach to the dawn of the millennium.and beyond tbe grave of this generation! A Chicago bolting party wrought untold mischief then, and a miserable Chicagolbolting party headed l, aided by the Louisville disappointed office hunting by a few fanatics, are now strivinu eagerly to treat the confiding country and the National Democratic party to the same deal as in 1SG0. Fellow Democrats into battle line at once J with yourarmorou, and to stay! We will not submit to this indignity b this Come forward, in Roman courage, and banish this handful.of gent-- y forever from our party ranks and confidence, and henceforth "spot them" as "disturbers" only, outside the camp of honest Democracy ! We shall be able to balance accounts with this headless and nameless party soon after the first of men of November, for many sterling merit are hourly pouring into Reour ranks who have been publicans who declare that they have been led too long, by tbe gentle hand of protection, looking only through tears of disappointment for the Golden Rod, which will never reach acoinage-mintbRepublican assistance for the benefit of men, who have by this ruling, long been ! s Up to wearing empty this hour, as per current impressions based upon liberal information, Mr. William Jennings Bryan, is running like old in the middle of the road, a with each side follow ing and head-uand has passed the first quarter stretch, working easy in the enemy's country, (N. Y.,) shows not a symptom of fag the eyes of an intelligent constituency are delighted at his dash in comfort down the second turn on the Buckeye co jrse and Kentucky boys are ready to shout till Heaven's welkin rings for Nebraska's Leader of the Turf, and an easy winner for "Free Silver." And here History as the Maid of Honor (represented by his charming spouse) comes to our relief, and whispers. "Itfcht is mighty and shall prevail!" ? Courier-Journa- ity. slip-sho- d fair-mind- life-lon- g instrument, before tho Indianapolis platform adopts a change of treatment for this august but small and heroic band of patriotic sufferers, we will pay for tho capsules if that "Veiled Prophet of Canton" will manufacture the supply from the husks tharfell from Bourko Cochran's big speech in New York, when he played Anaconda on tho Bryan movement, which ought to render him more fame than he now deserves in public estimation. The poorly, venerable editor of the Judge budget of stuff, which tho country pays too dearly for, and the antique dreams of Mr.Haldman as a political leader in a party to which he has never belonged but presumes to rule by his dictum, including all the dreams of an old, broken New York polidown, tician, be his name Bourke Cochran. or what-no- t, will hereafter cut no figure in further moulding ideas to modern interests or proving themselves a controlling virtue in directing public opinion on State affairs as party managers. Before the usual season in nature lias arrived for the appearance of of natural decay, yet, oven now the old dirty Courier-Journis found in the stage of her yellow-lea- f, and ; and so likeabsolved widow-hoo- d wise, politically also, of Cochran and Judge. ed nn out-of-otll- ce al la what glvea Hood's Barsaparllla Its grtat popularity, IU constantly Increasing Bales, and enables It to accomplish its wonderful and unequalled cures. Tho combination, proportion and process used In preparing Hood's Stirsaparllla are unknown to other medicines, and make Hood's Sarsaparilla Merit It cures Peculiar to Itself range of diseases becaust a wide ot its power as a blood purifier. It acta the blood, directly and posltively-upo-r and the blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system. Thus all the nerves, muscles, bones and tissue come under the beneficent influence of Hood's Sarsapariila The One True Blood runner. $1 per bottle. cure L''er Ills; easy to. takSj easy to operate. 25c rlOOU S PlllS A RINGING BY' HON. W. B. SMITH, SPEECH THE GRAND OLD MAN FROM MADISON. y FINEM. pocket-book- Gents of a false and erring line, From henceforth note your hopes declino ; Your faith is blind in political doubt, distinguished and learned gentleman But in November you'll snort it out! from historic Madison. It was a beauti- The appointment of Hon. W. B. Smith to speak in Jacksou last Monday was given wide publicity in Breathitt county, and early that morning scores of the Democratic yeomanry and boys from the trenches came pouring in to hear the j it, and if she had she cou'dii't afford to LOUISVILLE TOBACCO EAR- send it here. KET. Mr. Smith made many lappy hits, which brought down the houBe almost with thundering applause, i. great deal rpmavsiiEn nv 01.ovr.11 a di"fi:ktt, louis of good was accomplished by his speech VILLE TOBACCO WAKEIIOUSE. It was well received, and hundreds pronounced it the grandest ever delivered Sales on our market for the week just in Breathitt county. We insist that the closed amount to 3,432 h!id-- . with recommittee specially delegate Mr. Smith ceipts for the same period 2,51.3 hhds. to deliver a series of speeches in the Sales on our market since January 1st, mountain counties where he is so much to 119,121 hhds Sales of the crop admired and where he can do so much amount of 1S93 on our market to this date good. He was followed by Wood G. amount to 114.539 hhds. Duulap, of Lexington, who spoke for Tbe offerings on our maiket have been over an hour in the interest of theg.o.p., large again this week and we are able to but every word lie uttered strengthened report a general improvement in prices the position of his opponent. It was for all colory hurley. Quite a number of not known until the day befcre that the of good colory leaf were sold during latter gentleman ws on the trail of Mr. hhds the week at prices ranging from $15 to Smith. All the same it was all right, and $29.50 per 100. The red typo of hurley this whole country is now sttonger than tobacco has also shown some slight adever for Bryan and Sewall, and is gainvance in values. The crop is being raping strength every day. Mr- - Smith had idly housed and in many localises has the finish, and to say that he wound up fcriously damaged by norms. the gentleman from Lexington doesn't been The lollow jng quotations, fairly reprehalf express it. sent our market for hurley tobacco 1S95 The next morning Mr. Smith took the crop: train for Winchester, but he vas remindTrash (dark or damaged): M 00 to 1 50 ed that he was expected at Beattyville, 2 00 to 3 50 where a crowd was gathered to hear him Common colory trash col trasl: 3 50 to 5 00 good Mr. Dunlap was on the sam 3 train and Medium to lugs not co'ory 2 00 to 3 00 he K3ked Mr. Smith if he intended coing Common 4 00 to G 00 to Beattyville, and the reply was in the Comtnon colory lng3 G 00 to 8 00 negative. Upon arriving at the junction Medium to good col lugs Common to medium leaf 5 00 lo 7 00 she g. o. p. man alighted from the train 7 00 to 12 00 and said he thought he would go to Beat- Medium to good leaf 12 00 to 15 00 Good to fine leaf tyville, whereupon Mr. Smith said he be15 00 to 18 00 lieved he would go there too. On hear- Select wrappeiy leaf The above quotations arc not applica- ing this Mr. Dunlap returned to the train l ble to green and frosted crops. and went off to Lexington, having got enough of Smith in Jackson and didn't Gus Macey drove Margaret to another want any more. victory at Indianapolis on Wednesday of At the conclusion of the speeches a Bryan aud Sewall club was organized last week, winning the 2:40 trot for worth $800. in straight heats, with Floyd Hagins as Presidunt, and T. in 2:101. 2:18, 2:221. M. Morrow. Secretary. Hon. Wm. B. mare has just died in Smith was the first tosigu. the roll of A membership, and in a few minutes 250 Lincoln county three-year-ol- SILVER AND GOLD. WILL MEN BETRXITOr1 Can Fok and be loyal? According to ti e t , You talk of silver and of gold, ed report at the time in the lai'rr r.irt Of hard times and worso a coming. July, the representatives of tTrr. Vote for silver, brave and bold of the largest banking houses r And set the wheels a humming. met by appointment at the , Ciioitus Hurrah! hurrah! for silver gan & Co.. in Wall Stree' from that time forth, in com i with the gold, certain associates, in this ju Let us all sing the chorus ply the United States trt im. Both the young and the old, Hurrah! Hurrah! for silver with I needed goll to keep ur. ti.e serve until after election. . the gold. bonds, or other couipensa . n. From north to south, from east to reason thit the benefits . west, accure to these foreign b.u.k.rs , From Atlantic to Pacific, Kiuley's election would iu ,e t Tho money kings will then invest pensate them for this mi r And business be prolific. until election; ami that n . done by them until el. t Yes, mint the silver and the gold, . the Climax an American vote f.r M. K " iT f . a , . , Mint it all or more; 'Twill bring prosperity to the soul Of both the rich and poor. No little one will with hunger smart Or shiver from the cold ; T'will fill with joy the mother's heart To mint the silver with tho gold. So one and all, both young and old, Ready and willing be To vote for silver with the gold And set our country free. The money kings will then ropose And wonder in their soul Why they ever did oppose The silver with the gold. Composed by Frank G. Harris, of the firm of Babenstein, Harris & Conner, Union Stock Yards. Copyrighted Aug;. '9G,Cincinnati,0. wonkl have to be issn !. defeat MeKinley's i that agreement was m. i bankers, and aaociuti have been carrying froi -i a million dollars of United States treasury r. back? for it, without am in order that they ma election and retain tti -- the future in tlie Uutt ' From this it wll money power of Eur ;. pending money in tb,-- . i . --- mote MeKinley's el- - t names were added. Democrat? who wish to join the club can call at the Hustler office, or at Hagins. Goff&Oo.'s store and enroll their names. It is the intention to begin at once organized work, and every Democrat should come forward and enlist in the cause. Every one should take an active part as there is work to be done, which should not be left to a few. lu a few days large quantities of free silver literature will be had at the Hustler for distribution, which can be iad for the asking. Democrats, and Republicans too if they desire, can have all they want and more too. Jackson Hustler. A sow sold for $1,310 DO YOU WANT A tiS Situation? Frank Gilcher, the widely known proprietor of the Gilcher Hotel, Danville, is McKinley votes for g. interest of Europe, an dead. terest of the Unite-much of a traitor to u TbeS. A. Conn Lumber Company, of were living in a Louisville, of which Sam Conn, of Win- araiies of Europe seeking entrant a:. chester, was President, has assigned. gates and let tliem u Jones, who killed Will gates to EurujK.' g. -. Henderson Highest Honored kiule) and tl.e Cumley in Garrard county, goes to the AND CHEAPEST penitentiary for life. Grand Forfc-- , N. ! i t , retain the goW atamlarl opinion the gold stan v lev's election is nere.ir crease their tribute fr the future ; and that ' will increase their trilnr. pute. Therefore anj u . i 55S3"vX!! 3 COLLEGE r mi IP il llllMT COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Atcardfl 31lel br WttrlfTM ExrGUiOn ForSjitrmof Bottk-ktepland General I,ii1nr- KA oration, etc Cot to complete Bailors Coajve abont fJO Tjpe loelattoc milieu. Nmkt and borl. Phonograph written aad Telegraphy taatbt. liWW weccf.I rrin loo la banks &ol liftinSciali. So Voeatlon. ETEIt ie s. ?KOU Keniockr CnlTfrs.tr Dtnloma awardrlo-rra4cicgraduate in errmj tttuatens C7 AiMittanct given CUT In order that your XetUrnJor eircai'ir, efc. miy ttaeh this ColUoe. tare this notice and addreti oay iii j X-.oxjzs'- er WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. Has at auction at Springfield, Illinois, recently. AV. WEAK MEN MADE VifiOBQB. Been Converted Into a Modern Palace. HilU an I Eitrauc p "lrbb a i T Ipi ' t i 1' 2000 Yards oi Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn th: H::is Recently a-- I T. Overby.of Bourbon county, sold 33 hhds. of tobacco at Detroit, Michigan, direct to the manufacturer, at an average aadff $T"DT. of $18 per hundred, the sale amounted 1CAY What PEFFER'S to $7,12S. - - (If Dining-Room PARLOUS AM) U'PKU 11 LL - Offices and ISDW. ht ra KflrAI .TJtiiV 3EI i iniHvii'ii ebiSa9 NEWDWCOVEKY. NKTr.R TAILS. J) v OS dr PEFFER'S ' ccts powerfully and jmcklr. Cares T7ticn a others fall. Youn men regain UitrfanScd. c .'(Jrnr men recover youihf ul visor. It HEH9iS0R 27iW. Did Bzautifully liantly Lighted, t " Decorated and B' rior Its Kqiiipm-nt- s throughof tirft witlioii a Sa ii t' W m f A new, reliable and sire rolief lorj. up. pressed, excessive, e&tnry or painful menstur&tlon. 2otr used b j orer 80,000 orpans. lt ladle. lnTigoratca ware or dangerous thei Imitation. &imo paper. $2 per box. gmaji Sox eL Sunt In plain wrapper. Send j in realed ptamiM ", Jrotrl.tora(dre. l'El'FKJtilliDI. CA1.ASS0C1A.T10, CIUcuko. 10. for particular. Hold b, Wn! TLxtA Mat.tj nntced to CureAervoc-acs- 5, 2in potency, lht!y.2vra!K2oii. F.oiZoi' t , acx, either on4 all "alllnsotMcao-7-abuse AVuii'ns iit cr cxwn tjicti iclf cuicj, fnrftscrrtioi. Wrrds OiT insanity and consanpti' Oon'tletdrnpsl"!t lmposeaworth!csssutif..i2 o itylelUn a crcater profit. Insist en h yoa Ing PEKFES'S M!liYIG055. or send frr Cnn be carried In vest pocket, l'rcpald per. 1 per box, or O lor .l, with A rlttcn Onnrnntce to Cure or Iterant! ( Mnnoy. Pamphlet free. Sold by .lromrlsts. Art'"r 1F1E1 alJlUICAJu AJSS'X, Chlc.ico, I Sold by Kichinon Drug Co and W . G c -- 1 Hnvo Been Expended in This R OZ EJE3 St If. .i vs V C011--11I- r '. $dLo7oo: wit Impr. i RKTES $2 $2.50 PER arpa DAY , Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and G. White. AV. White. Scott Mill??, J?., Mi:.?::. fHr5 -- bcst-AVnlc- ia x, . eye-opene- r, feJa e Sffl ITrlJS G Tt n ij lie pa y, m ram.!. Mil mm ISP rob-lKjri- lie rHJF131 Bp pE3 life-lon- ap QIIMIUirR Us HJB ffl " I QPRilUP ylll rSliibi ii dALt Ur or S COlin tajc-payi- free-heart- it jjn mm mm srSl Ehl This sale includes our entire LINE of SPEING CLOTHING consisting of all M the LATEST THINGS in CASSIMEEE, CHEVIOT and WORSTED ?M ilH fig. SUITS in both SACK and THREE BUTTON CUTAWAYS. Alo fB jB Youth's and Children's Suits. fHUi pB3 Turn nUt unLL"HU iAiVli ffl Is iral 111 1 gk 3taj sp We make this sale to make room for our PALL GOODS m ut s, DR IP gk mm mm p mm mm I w CREAM Si d BAKING POWDffl av 'Vi. V Leading. Tailors aqd Clothiers, IHffi. I gjg mm k I ;hr ii iiH i...j j c . i- "- jH8irUb "-- . V. 'X-- Jiyiiiiiii m i - V 6 " . i? !' t X ' '"str s- r- - '' V3 7 - f w- - St- - iw,' -- F tx THZ M0DEP.1T THE CLIMAX. lbTG coun-t- v AVEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Speaking at thoconrthonso court dav. Estill Springs will continue open till November 1st Senator Ed. Parker, of Loudon, arrived here, last nhrht. Speaking at Doylesvillc night at 7 o'clock. Saturday Crow Bros , stationers, call your at J tention to their ad. Twenty five pure blood buff Leghorn rooster for sale by S. B. White. Taylor, Red- - House, is closing out to quit business. See his ad. O. O. William J. Collins was seriously sick last week, but much unproved yesterday. Thomas J. Smith, the'retired merchant, is suffering with three severe car buncles. Money to lend see ad. of County Attorney J. Tevis Cobb in Cum vi. 's Mrs. French Tipton's school be- gan yesterday with dance. a good atten- are eighteen classes, the highest Rider. Ushers C. M. Tribble, James Elbeing $1,500, the lowest $S00. Trotting classes range from 2:08 lison, S. J. Willoughby. Samuel to 3:00. Pacing, 2:09 to 2:23. Black. J. H. Hcndren presided. Good Two one trotting, one attendance and everybody seemed pacing. fully repaid for coming out. Willard Hotel. free-for-all- The' laying of the corner-ston- e of the K. 0. of P. Bank .Changes. Baptist Church at Berea, Saturday, Past Called meeting of Knights of Pythias A Louisville Commercial telegram from Grand MaHter J. Speed Smith officiating, at their castle hall on Main Street to- Nicholaaville, August 30th, says: The was the largest Masonic turnout ever night. Every member requested to bo Directors of the First National Bank held seen in thaFIocalitv, present a meeting here yesterday afternoon for G. A. R. Post to be Formed. the purpose of electing cashier, which Condensed Inspiration Escapes. II.! Brown On next Monday, county court day On Saturday evening, at Kingston, the death of Hon. Andrew a Grand Army Post will be the second declamatory contest be- necessitated. G. U .Knight, the teller formed in Richmond. Drs. Creed tween Collogo Hill and Kingston of the institution, was unanimously and Roberts request all old Union took place. Profs. Hough and Brock chosen to fill the vacancy. Knight's pro soldiers to meet them at Odd Fel- of Caldwell High School were judges. motion compelled the election ota teller, lows Hall at 10:30. Strange that this The exorcises were mixed with mu- which Brown filled and the aspired to. It was the general opinion was not done years ago. sic, furnished by the Horseshoe orthat Willis would get the; honor, but, chestra. Trayer by.Rov. Kelly. Marble Works to Remove. contrary to expectations, Wi-R- Smith, of F. T. Kelley, of College Hill", with G. 0. Dozier, proprietor of the Madison "The Convicts Soliloquy," took first the Xoland, Wilmore & Seara Banking Monumental Works, has secured the prize, $10, and P. F. Adams, Jr., Company, got the place. Young Willis' house ou Irvine Steet, near Ihe Methofriends becanio offended over his turnsame place, with "One Country JOne s dist Church, recently occupied by down, which caused the resignation of Flag," took second prize. Tho oth- his uncle, John as a grocery, is enlarging it, and will A. Willis, from the er participants were: remove to it at an early day. The shop and also his iatlieras director md Thomas Black, Speedwell; "The himself as book keeper. has been at the corner of Irvine and Curse of Regulus." O. C. Crooke, Francis Streets for fifteen or twenty Not Alexander but Leander. ; Kingston, Dedication Speech of the years. South's Museum." James H. WilA Nich'olasvillo telegram of last $16,800. son, College Hill, "Appomattox." "week says: This is the amount offered in stakes L. P. Adams, Kingston, "Pompei." Since Leander Selkirk was arrested and purses by the Louisville Driving James Black, Kingston, "Hannibal and taken to jail Sunday, charged trotting on the Alps." II. D. Ayers, College with stealing a watoh and ring from and Fair Association, and pacing, Sept. 2S to Oct. 3. There Hill, "Tho Black Horse and his his employer, Mr. Geo. Lyne, he ha.' . I book-keeper . Drig-ger- Pres-denc- y, s, Elsowhere in Ci.tmax appears an advertisment of that kirksville. popular, and recently The tent meeting at Berea closed renewed hotel, the Willard in Louiswith twenty baptisms and ten or twelve ville. It has been entirely refurnished and even remodeled, as the oilier additions. ad. explains, and at an expense of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Stone have re$10,000. You can't find a better place moved to Cincinnati, and are located at to stop in tho Falls City. 1.31 West Fourth Street to-dalong-establish- William Field is ill with typhoid fever at the home of his parents, near Take This Little Advice-Th- e Capt. Tom. Fox, late in the Internal Revenue service, this plaee, is to start a silver paper at Danville. Put Up or Shut Up. Form, Ky., August 29, 189G. Editor Climax: Ask Mr. Adams of the Pantograph if Rick McKee has gone to tte moun- he or any of bis friends has any money tains, and his place at Silver Creek is and how much they want to bet the supplied by Mike Sdtcr, of Garrard. Bryan Democratic Club of Ford can't show a inembcrhhipof overloO members, Drs. Gibson ami Vardy Taylor operated on Miss Alexander, daughter of including Mr. C. W. Burt, the most inSilas Alexander.last week. She is doing fluential Republican in the town. J. W. Howaiu). well. Pure blood is the safeguard of health. to get a pardon, has a perfect mania for Keep your blood pare, rich and full of obtaining goods under false p?etenses. its Benefits Conceded by Every Community in When he arrived at the penitentiary, the vitality by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, Which One is in Effect. Superintendent saw ho was above the and you will not need to fear the atdry-goo212 average prisoner in intellect, and his tacks of disease. New-Yor- k Excellent Table, Delightful Edward W. Bok. in the September suave manners so impressed the mana2IonoyI Hako it Yourself. Ladieb' Home Journal, reviews the proRooms, Beautiful Grounds, gers that he was at once made a "trusty," visions and operations of the curfew or and given the position of measuring lumFine Water. Good Husic, I have never seen anything in the padinance, which, in variously modified ber on the outside of the walls. Xot be- pers about the People's Wind Mill; we forms, has been adopted by municipal ing content with this kind treatment, call it the "People's" because the inventlegislative bodies in the West. He gives and desiring to help the contractors of j Small Fire. or never patented it, but let everybody - Rev. Beet, of the Second Presbyterito the law, and ashearty endorsement the State prison make a fortune, Kemper use it free An farmer can make a Flat Rock Bakery, at R. X. I. fc B. an Church preached the closing union serts that, although it met with general asked the Superintendent if he objected mill himself, and all the material comat the Methodist Church, Sunday depot, AV. T. Edwards proprietor opposition at first, there is not a city or to him making some extra money for was considerably damagedby fire last plete will not cost over S10. It is a night. town in which it has been enforced, that them in a legitimate way and was told Wednesday, and had not the Fire splendid mill, will pump the deepest would have itabolisbed. "Wherever the certainly not. At once Kemper took adProf. Chandler says the C. U. Department gone quickly to the reswells, and may last longer than any mill curfew ordinance lias gone into ellect," vantage of the situation, wrote to a LouPr. p. will Ik? the lnige.--t the coming cue the entire house would have I ever had. Any person can get diagrams Mr. Bok contends, "its advantages have Ikvise, Ky s. :imiii in the career of isville firm in behalt of the penitentiary that departi- burned.' Edward- - was at King Staand complete directions free, as I did, been conceded. This is true now of over ng nt. contractors had a load of goods shipped 52 21 Hot SrLriirn Baths stamps to pay tion getting ready for the Odd Felby sending 18 two-cethree hundred towns and cities, some as to them, which Mr. Kemper disposed of Every day is groundhog day at lows picnic. Insured. postage, etc., to E. D. Wilson & Co., large in population as Omaha and Tope-k- a. for cash and when the bill was presented, Mat" Lick Spring: a pet groundhog Alleshenv, Pa Wilson &Co. sell pumi s For Superintendent. In each case the excellence of the denied all knowledge of it, but his handcum- -, out ever day and mingles with and when yon get your wind mill going law has become apparent, opposing par Mr. John Williamson is announced in writing was there as a witness against ttu crowd. would be glad to sell you a pump if you ents have conceded its wisdom, and even to day's Clim x as a candidate for Counhim. Kemper's mind is either diseased need it. It is certainly useless to pay A Ocstructlqe Blaze. children are said to be pleased with it. It ty Superintendent of Public Instruction, Rev. Proton Blake's meeting at or else he is a most terrible scoundrel. 50 or $00 for a wind mill, when you can Abont halfxast eight o'clock Sunday has placed in the hands of the police a R publican churcli, was crowded subject to the action of the Democratic Nicholasville Journal. make one just as good for $10. I think lRSTWk-staiiriiup- weapon for clearing the t i rv liicht room party. Mis. Williamson is an active night the residence of Mr. Eugene Moy- most effective Dr. Alvin Duvall,son of the late Judge there could be big money made putting SCHOOL SUPPLIES 'teacher,, has' had long experience, is the nahan", oil laidwi'4jlrcet wjs discover streets of hoodlums at night, and in l mi scarce. Alvin Duvall, was placed in the county these mills up through the country as widow "oi "one of the best' officers the ed to be ou fire, first appearing niatrj eases where disorder reigned at Dr. Walters, of Maryland, preached jail at Frankfort, Saturday afternoon, on everybody would like them. Moynahan street cornersfpuetu'JSSf.law and order county ever had Capt. John A. G. Wil- from an at the Bajrtist Church last night, and will a writ of lunacy sworn out several days A Header. (2) liamson, County Surveyor, has a large and a portion of his family were down now prevail. So'well has the orulnance-workepreach at the Miller Church, thiee miles before, but the trial was suspended at that reports, gathered frony not number of strong friends and will noil i stairs reading when he was informed of Another Szian "Woaaa. east of tow n first on the statements of local physicians big vote. the startling fact, The fire had 'een un- less than forty of the towns where it is a Harris &c. -v Mrs. Dr. Frazee and daughter, thai they thought his ailment only temder headway for some time before the law, show that the fine or imprisonment My husband is poor but proud and he John C. Chenault will addres--th- e Primary Geography introuHSic(dJ "Uffirt Mexican Veterans. rlr urnnrl lift, tin n.v arrival of the engines, but then thebuild-in- g penalty has not been inflicted in a single bp Wilson and continued by C. F. illClUV ibui tii.il living lout t"via porary. Rryan dout want me to work, as I bavenothing Democratic Club Gen. E. II. llobsou, President of the froiu--a two months cottage resilience could have been almost entirely sav- case. The first caution Las served the to do I get restless, and after reading in at Roonoborough Friday night, at Mexican Veteran Association, sends out ed had not the engines made such a fiz- purpose. These reports show, too, that Brock, who advanced to higher ge- on LakolTcitrgaat Grand Haven. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. 7 o'clock p. m. All are invited. your paper Mrs. Russell's experience ography. thefollowingaunouucement: The Ken- zle, not having force enough to throw the ordinance is not enforced in any opWeekly- Cour.ECTED Capt. W. T. HavensTolHJieMt sellingselMieating flatirons I concluded Adjourned. Caldwell High School will open on tucky State Mexican Veteran Association S to 10c lb I would try it. I wrote to J. F. Casey water upon the lower roof. The angry pressive mauner. In the case of evening Sterling Democrat, was here Satur- rSasr.- Compouued numbers brought out next Tue&day, September Sth get your will meet in Greensburg, Ky., September 6 to 7c doz & Co., St. Louis, Mo., and they treated blaze made rapid progress in the second winter or summer entertainments, which various definitions, and "eliptical" day and of course called on the (Jw-jlv- x. Ks:j;3 b'joks ready, boys and girls, for Prof 23, 18PG. Ample preparation, is being . . oc lb me so nicely that I felt very much enstory that very little of the household ef- would keep the children out later than dates attracted much attention. He is now at Estill Springs. (!ive-- . Chickens Hough want6 you there the first day. made by the citizens to entertain the old fects w ere saved from up stairs, but eveR, oc lb couraged. As soon as I got my sample R. the curfew hour, authority is easily obJudge James H. Embry, of Wash- Chickens (spriii Common fractions introduced by Dove LeaveH, a weak minded Veterans in a respectable and patriotic rything almost on the first floor was tained and readily granted by the Mayor Harris, rly mT lb. icon I started out, and sold S irons the continued by Poage and oth- ington City, formerly County Judge Ducks (live) .V03 colored woman, was Tailed by a maimer. All Veterans, their wives and taken out. The fire originated, it is or town official for an extension ot the ers. ,,j'ant rrvfc-0lcaa- i. I have not sold Successor to M. H. Brown. of Madisou, camo last week on a Cheese "Tno south-boun- d u'V.ila i ..?,. train between Paint the widow b of dead comrades are cord thought, from the explosion of a lamp time. Its rigid enforcement is applied ,T Yvunce, aim one day to relatives and old Lard Sic on entertainment brief visit Committee invited." , Lick and Lou-el- l one night last week. which had been lighted in an I most 6trictlv to the hoodlum element, Clark, II. H. Brock, Miss Ruth friends. . 20c lb cut', IV cam Beeswax nnti a u ii. A.ivt, ..K. .... mc urT-- . U.; and McCormick-Ston- c. room. There was an insurance on the and with this class the police claim they Crow. 2.50c lb my husband does not knoaTTl o-- - ln Ginseng Uy One fare for the round trip to Louiv Mrs. Matt Cohen and little daughMr. Al McCoiinick and Miss Bur-ni- e building aud furniture of $2,300. Mn. have never been able to deal so success11 to 12c lb working at all, but I am afraid he will be Mlle via L. & X. September 0th and 7th, Shool management, how to secure ter returned to Richmond, Monday Wool (Xol) . . Moynahan had in the house S4S5 which fully. It will be at once obvious to all good attendance, by Wagers, followStone were married on Wednes7 toSclb mad when I tell him. Burry and Cott Have I done good until September loth, account of after spending several days with Greei hides . . d parents, I think, that they ed by several. day, August 20, WX, Rev. G. W. was also destroyed. This was said to have U to 4c lb right or should I quit work and leave , Fifteenth Encampment of Sons of VeteMr. and Mrs. Jos. A. Cohen. VerYoung of the Methodist church, of- been one of the nicest furnished houses should give the weight of their influence Dry hides . . . 5 to 0c lb him to struggle alone? HJAVIXC deeid. IO""tiusm.-.srans. Spelling match won by Poague. utirt I AlHl..TcIll.110l1 j sailles Sun. ficiating. Mr. McCormick is opera- in Xicholasville and Mr. and Mrs. Moy- to the curfew ordinance wherever it may . 32c lb Feathers (new) . An Anxious Wife. Adjourned. stock of Drv (if mkI. (Jr. 1. i Roger Q. Mills, the great Texan, It is claimed that th tobacco tor of the Western Union telegraph nahan have the sympathy of the commu- bepresented. Taken from any and You are doing just right, your hus- tions, Slnf IIat. Clotliin WEDNESDAY. Seven bundled bodies were hurried in wan-hou-says he would vote for the free ware. Tinware, and vtry thing consolidation in Louis-mII- i- at Hotel Glyndon, and Miss Stone is nity in their misfortune. Xicholasville every standpoint it is an excellent thing, Devotional exercises by Rev. J. K. at Constantinople, as the band should be proud of you, go abend be found in a general stock of pewter, rather than leave the one grave-yar- d will tave several thousand dol- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Journal. and it may wisely be encouraged by par- Smith of tho First Presbyterian and show the world what an energetic party, and we S3e plain- result of last week's riots. lars to tin growers of Madison coun- Stone. Citizens of Richmond should be proud ents all over our 'and." They went to Mason woman can do. That selMieating iron church, who was made honorary Democratic is correct. ty. ly where he The curfew is practiced at Slate Lick member of Institute. county, the former home of the of their protection. AVhen the Fire DeOptiProf. Rodney Pierce, a lirht-clamust be a wonderful seller as we hear The wedding was a quiet partment gets to a fire in Richmond, it's Cnmp Meeting in Madison county. At Mr. Charles V. Lalance, of Hun- cian, will be at D P. Anner's Jewelry of so many that are succeeding selling it. Come early and -- eciirt Iwrgains. Rev. Dr. Barbour invited Institute "W. B. Smith, who spoke groom. Hon. All persons indfhtvd to me will one. Much happiness is wished for all over but the shouting. Xo house is 10 o'clock, all lights are expected to be to see his gigantic telescope. tington, West Virginia, is visiting Store September loth oue day only no n, (2) at Breathitt county, last please call at once and settle. so tall but several good streams can be extinguished and all conversation cease w Pronunciation of the word pro- friends in this city. He will teach charge for examination or fitting specta- A Churn that Cfcxrns In One 2innts. Miys there arc only four gold-lm- ?i the young collide. to the highest thrown simultaneously in the Preparatory Department of cles. Don't miss this opportunity to gram by Dr. Barbour. Died at Boonevillc. in the town, and two of them A Minister Mixed up in a Mess. point. We recall seeing four streams have your eyes properly fitted. 14-- 10 an- - doubtful. Decimal fractions by Poage, the Central University this year. Many readers of the Climax will I have been in the dairv business all II. D. Shifilet started to the moun- crashing against the cupola of the Court R.-House. Ky.lJ returnSenator John Bennett has my life and have many times churned recall Rector Moffett, some five years Instructor, Dr. Barbour. tains two weeks ago to buy cattle, House at the same time. A Chance To Haic Honey. AV. H. Dillion, of RockCapt. Teaching parts of speech, Poage, ed from Wisconsin's famous water ago in charge of tho Episcol church, for an hour before butter would appear, Heir's This3 but was taken sick with typhoid Madii-on- , castle, formerly-o- f is A Congressman ing place Waukesha, where Beth-esd- a Mobbed. fever and died at Boonsville, Sunthis place. Mr. Moffett is in trouble followed by many others. In the past three months I have clear- so when I heard of a churn that would for Warden of the Frankflows freely and the country Advanced history, C. F. Brock, Subjoined are Jatsociate telegrams rela- and much like the fellow, charged We offer One Hundred DoJrars Reward $000 73 selling Dish Washers. I did churn in a minute, I concluded to try it. fort penitentiary to succeed Dr. day, August 30, aged 33 years. The around -- about abounds with, lakes ed of the work, my brother helped Every day for a week I used it, and not for any case of Catarrh tlwt cau not be remains were brought to Richmond ting to Congressman Hugh Anderson with a crime, who said, when asked Lanier, Tudor, Van Winkle. most Nell, deceased. Mental arithmetic as a mind de- and forests. Monday, but his wife being sick Dinsmore whose father was once a well by the court if guilty or not guilty, some. I expect to do better next month, only could I churn in a minute, but I cured by Hall's Catarrh CHre. , Miss Julia Graves spent a "Upon a Cross of Gold" is a beauti- at their home, the Buck Watts place, known citizen of Madison county : that he did not know until he heard veloper, Scudder,Miss Gibson,Stock-tonas every Dish Washer sold advertises got more and better butter than with F. J. Cheney & Co. Prois., Toledo, O. Harris, Poage and Miss Berry. in the city yesterday on her itself, and sells several more; 1 don't the common churn. This is verv im fully worded song by Robt. Ashe, forside near Union City, were taken home Here two are teleevidence. the Fort Smith, Anic., August 28. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Novol class ininental arithmetic-s- ix way to Frank out to be present at the have to leave the house. People hear portant information to butter makers. b i". W. Perching 1011 Collins Street, for her to see, after which they were Congressman Hugh A. Dinsmore, of grams: Cheney beboys. Hogelieysnuptuals Tuesday evening about the Dish Washer and send for The churns work easily, and will churn lieve for the last 15 years,in ami busfacemetery. the Fifth Arkansas District, alld Joliet. Ills., suggested by Mr. Itryans deposited in Richmond Dkxvkk, Colo., August 28. Trinity him perfectly honerable all Analysis of sentences given Miss Graves was one of the house them, they are so cheap. Any lady or an ordinary churning in less than 00 sec- iness transactions and financially able to in jus sentence in his Chicago speech. His parents and sister, Miss Mattie States Minister to Corea, was Memorial Episcopal Church is lookto ladies gentlemen. party given by Messrs Will and gentleman can make money in this busi- onds. I have sold three dozen of these earn out any obligations j--Shifliet, were present at his death. mobbed at a political speaking at Eglan ing for a pastor, and tho wife of the by A wheelman in the mi herbs of any church. tine, Van Buren county, Wednesday, former incumbent of tho charge is Miss Ayers, Tudor, Poage, Harris, Xelson Gay, at their commodious ness, as every family wants a Dish Wash- churns in the past month. Every but- firm. "--- nl Iouisville was chased by a dog. He was not a member of country home near Winchester. The er. Any oi our readers who have ener- ter maker that has seen me churn in less and sustained injuries which will confine anxiously awaitinginteligence of her Miss Julia Hanson, Van Winkle. Central University. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, In attempting to out run rhe dog he Paper by Instructor Grinstead, and party was chaparoned by Mrs. Henry gy enough to apply for aa cgency can than a minute has bought one. You Toledo, Ohio, Waldins, Kinnan & Marhim to his bed for some time to come. future at the home of a friend in collided with a spring wagon and the The next session of this Institution city. Rev. D. L. V. Moffett was accorded a vote.of many thanks. Jones, and those who composed it easilv make from ?S to $10 per day. You chu chimin all desired inf"""ition re- vin, Wholesale Druggists Toled. Ohio. -baft penetrated his limbs, killing w ill open one w eek from and not- The Congressman was roughly handled, this Percentage by Cobb, Poage, Har- were Misses juna uraves, jiasue can get full particu'ars by addressing garding tho churn by addressing J. F. came here about ayear ago from Calfor the interference of friends he Hall's Catarrh Cure is him. withstanding this money trouble the and but Estill, Elizabeth Reed, Margaret The Mound City Dish Washer Co., St. Casey & Co., St. Louis, and they will acting directly upon the taken internally would probably have suffered much ifornia, and quickly ingratiated.him- - ris, Clark, Combs Wilson. blood and muprospects are thought to be unusually Miss Fannie Woodford and Annie Johnson, of Louis, Mo. Try it and publish your suc- give you prompt aud courteous attention. cous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c self into the confidence of the churchJ .Spelling contest. Tho tramp without nerves, who good most of the old students will re- worse injuries. (2)" A Dairy Man. goers of his denomination, until he Stewart, Burton Farris, tho latter Mt. Sterling; Mary Gay, Lady cess for the benefit of others. exhibited in Richmond recently, by Dinsmore was recently per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Tesmany new ones have already Prewitt, Eleanor Coleman, Sue Milswallowing swords, sticking knives turn and boarding. C. A. D for a third term in Congress, and has was elected chaplain of the society winniug. (0) 1310 To our Madiion engaged It is estimated that 2o,000 horses will timonials free. ler, Daisy Mills, Messrs. Robert, THURSDAY through his arms and legs, and albeen stumping his district He spoke at of the Colonial Wars, the swellest county people the Preparatory offers unDon't let anyone persuade yon to take be shipped to Europe at an early period T0TX HAT 1TSV3S 3S TTSALTHT. Hodg-ki- n, Devotional exercises by H. H. Dave and Warwick Gii3',Bush lowing a rattle snake to bite him, Eglantine Wednesday, and divided of all blue blood organizations. He advantages. Prof. Chandler and Hampton Bush, Dave Prewitt, anything else instead of Simmon's Liver for tramway gurposes. Brock. Mu-sichad a wife and child. let his snake escape in Winchester usual time with Jerry Scanlan, a local candi will be able to do more E0TJSES33PING. But you cau be healthy. ConstipaPoage elected Instructor pro tern, John Wheeler, Horaco Coleman, Regulator. Some merchants will try to and it was killed by Sam Jett, late three assistants than ever before. I.arge. date. Van Buren is a rural, mountain In the course of his ministrations do this but not for your good. They do and better work tion cause two thirds of all the diseases will and Ed Simms, Dwight of Doylesville. county, and the audience was in sympa- he became acquainted with Miss Vice Prof. Grinstead sick. chisses will be divided and pergonal atit to make a little more profit on someIf a woman is in good health there is of humanity. Violent cathartics may Penmanship, Burton Farris, Lnn? dleton, Walter Payne. Aj thy with Scanlan. During a heated dis- Grace Hall, a member of the Griffin though no more healthful employment than relieve you. They will never cure. will be given to each student It The Cm max got several para- tention Company, which disbanded ter, Harris, Mrs. Hall, II. H. and C. a love match always terminates at thing is of an inferior quality, cussion the speakers became involved in Faust s, rjid you must pay just as much for the bad housewoik. Generally speaking there What you need is Wright's Celery Capone of these graphs under the wrong headings and is important that all who expect to at- a personal altercation amHbecrowd mob- hero last fall. Her father is a senior F.Brock, Prof. Hough. no headings at all, last tend shall be present at the opening. exceptional case, as as for the good. Be sure to take Sim- is no happier woman in the world. But sules. They cure constipation, Sick some under Square and cube root, H. H. Brock, this was not an bed the Congressman. He was knocked church warden of a fashionable parweek, but finds vast consoltntion Miss Mattio Estill and Dave Prowit1; mon's Liver Regulator and nothing else. how different when every breath is pain, Headache. Liver and Kidney trouble. Bryan to Speak at Lexington. to the ground and Scanlau's friends ish in Chicago, and it was natural Miss Gibson, Barbour, Hough. Z on every package. every step torture! This state of health, Why? Because they are Katnre's Harmin the last issue of the Stanford Vote of thanks extended Dr. Bar- announced their engagement to their Look for the Red Hon. William Jennings Bryan will pounced upon him, beating him severely. that she should find Moffett's socieW in nine cases out of ten comes from de- less Remedies and you get 100 days confriends.-Theare well known liere, Journal which, under the head of peak in Lexiugtou on September 10th. Dinsmore's friends took a hand in the ty quite pleasant, if not more agree- bour. rangements of the delicate, feminine to them the stitutional treatment at a cost of Ic. a XC3 "Matrimonial Matters," mentions a He will enter the State at Henderson, melee and stopped the assault. It was able. A IJlnutc. Poage, 'of Association and their friends-exten- d Chairman Cream Hade In generation. The family doctor day or 1 1 weeks for 1. Cure guarancase of insanity, the killingof a child, and, after making a brief speech from the found that Mr. Dinsmore had been badly Finally tho attentions of the pas- Committee, announced dates for warmest congratulations and best inquires first concerning these. He teed by bankable paper i l every $1 box. wishes for their future happiness. tho shooting of an outlaw, an escape train, will proceed to Louisville by boat, bruised and that one of his ankles had tor became so pronounced, it was meetings. I have au Ice Cream Freezer that will -most usually insist upon an examinaSold by T. S. Ilagan, Druggist. 12 1G Lexington Herald Wednesday. from the ponitentiary, and the pur- taking the Louisville and Xashville road been broken. to account, . Antioch church, September 12. said, that he was called freeze cream perfectly in one minute, as From this tlie modest woman Union City, September 26. chase of a car of cattle. with the result that he soon after crowd will always tion. Little Rock, Ark., August 28 Details for Lexington. The announcement in In a recent letter to the manufacturers it is such a wonder a naturally shrinks. She is rn;ht. Ex Foxtown, October 3. Lexington of the absolute certainty of of the assault upon Congressman Dins- applied for letters of dismissal and . i;. lsenjamin, editor ot tlie Specbe around, so imv one can make from cept Heavy Collections. of female-weakne- Mr. in very unusual cases Waco, October 17. five to six dollars a day Belling cream, B van's prence there has cieated no more at Eglantine have been brought left for Lexington, leaving his wife tator. Rushford N. Y. says: It may be a Collector Rodos reports for Auexaminations are unnecessary. Hickory Plains, Glade, October 31. Athney, Charles to the clemency of local acquaint and from ten to twenty dollars a day sell-in- g pleasure to know the high esteem in gust internal rovonue collections end of enthusiasm among local Demo- to this city by a man who claims to have ances. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a Kirksville, November 21. Baxter, Enffly Bates, Florence Bliss Jian aoout tno same Freezers, as people will always buy This is crats, and a tiemendous demonstration been at the speaking, which indicates amounting to $118,103,27. remady for these ilia. which Chamberlain's medicines are held Speodwoll. Dec. 5 Brisiol, .'foe an article when it is demonstrated that simple natural Barrett, B. S. time decided to go back to hor Chicby the people of your own state, where the largest month's collection since will mark the event of his appearance. that the affair was much worse than re ago home, and tho church is in the Richmond, December 19. Boyd, Callie they can make money by so doing. The It cures safely, permanently. Blount, Ed. depot by the mem- ported in the dispatch from Fort Smith. An aunt of mine, who 1S94 when the increased tax He will be met at the August stamps to cover cost must be known Send 21 one-ceCobb, Mollie cream is frozen instantly and is smooth Advanced reading Miss Kate Campbell, Lula B. bers of the Bryan Clubs, both city and According to this authority four men field for a shepherd. took effect. mailing only, and receive free a copy resides at.Djxter, Iowa, was about to Miss Gibson, Tudor, Mrs. Cornelison, Alex Covington, .'foe and free from lumps. I havedoueso well of county, numbering about 1.SO0 strong, made a wanton assault upon the Convisit me a few years Bincc, and of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. AdCircuit Court. Covington, Hattio Lexington, Ky., August 29. Rev. Berry. gressman and beat him terribly, his eyes to his hotel. myself and have friends succeeding eo leaving home wrote me, asking if they As-- s Physiology, H. H. Brock, Miss Davis. Mrs. Matilda Davis, Mattie wch t uL I felt it my duty to let others dress, World's Dispensary Medical Regular September term of Madison being gouged, his face badly scratched D. L. V. Moffett, pastor of Trinity sold were ciation. Buffalo, N. Y. It were wouldhere, stating if they with not Richmond Democracy. was Sallie Dudley, C. F. Brock, Miss Dunlay. Miss Mary Circuit Court, Judge fcott presiding, and his leg broken before his assailants Memorial Episcopal Church, know of this onnortuniiy, as I feel confi bring a quantity she her. Ellison, Tcbo dent that auy person in any locality can by The Enquirer Alice Arnold. Evans, Rhoda The Bryan aud Sewall Democratic could be pulled off. visited Hair Eestorcl to Natural Color. A. B. Crutcher, Commonwealth's Attoras she did not liketo do without them-Th- e Composition, Mrs. Stewart, Miss Estill, Ella i ney, will begin next Monday, County Club of this city hold regular weekly make money, as anv person can Eell Mr Dinsmore bad finished his speech correspondent in the home of his medicine referred to isChamber-- 1 Frederick, Mrs. Mary Ford, Mrs., G. cream and the freezer sells itself. J. F. I have used many preparations for re due's Cough Remedy, famous for it3 Court day. There are 53S cases 182 meetings ia our Court House every acd taken his seat, and Scanlan, a Popu-1-stw- mother, Mrs. Anna Moffett, No. 35 Gibson, Miss Lena Stivers, Tudor. Mensuration, C. F. Brock, H. H. Hawkins, Amanda Hill, Will Casey, & Co., 1143 St. Charles St., St. storing hair to natural color, but never cures of colds and croup; Chamberlain's addressing the crowd. In the Constitution street. The clergyman criminal, 292 equity, 49 ordinary and 13 Thursday evening at 7 o'clock, and anHughes, Mjiry Louis, Mo., Yill mail you complete in- had satisfactory results till I used Zulu Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame hack, nounce hereby a special invitation to course of his speech Scanlan called Dins- was shown a special from Denver Brock, Wagers, Miss Hanson, Hisle, Arana pauper idiot-- One murder case. II Hudson, Maggie every member of the Club aud beside more a liar, whereupon the Congressman tolling of how Rov. Moffett had be- Hough. structions and will employ you on a sal- Vulier; it will restore any hair or beard pains in the sides and chest, and Cham New Steam Mill. Jones' ReU ary if you can give them your whole to its natural color in three weeks. If it berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea. Exercises at courthouse at night. Jaeksod, Sallie these, to'all other Democrats of the city, struck Scanlan in the face. Immediately come attentive to Miss Grace Hall, John Rymcl has started a steam county and State who may be in our lo o ur of Scanlau's friends attacked Dins- an actress, how he had been called Fkiday. Kavanaugh, Grant Kunker, F.jW. time. does not they return your money, so you Remedy for bowel complaints- - These (S) Geo.R. corn mill at the corner of Orange and cality, aud also extend a welcome to all more and knocked him to the ground. toaccountby his church, and how Prayer by Rov. W. F. Smith, of Martin jMary (col) Mitchell, Mliry take no risks. People who have never medicines have been in constant uso io. BE5TINQUAUT. Orchard streets, near the old burned persons of other political organizations While some of them beatbimin the face he had left his wife and child to tho tho Christian church. MilleKJohu -- lOST IN QUAKTITY. Miller, G. M. sr, tried it can get a sample package which Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. . m mill. Grinds from 109 to 125 bush- who are disposed to cultivate social and with their fists others kicked him in the clemency Of Denver acquaintances. Em Krin nm kz? dvTt B f contains enough to restore any one's The people have learned that they are Moore, Mattie Miller, Amanda Cube root, Grinstead.,Music els a day. It is the old fashioned friendly relations with us. Many matters ribs and jumped upouhim with heavy When asked concerning the truth of hair to natural color, by sending 21 two-ce- articles of t"reat worth and merit, arid. Participle and infinitive, Prof. McDowell Nicholas Meal, bran, ship-stuf- f, o' special interest will be introduced to boots. Mr. Dinsmore was powerless these statementsr Reverend Moffett stone process. McCoy, James McCreary Joseph stamps, to pay postage, ect., to Wil- nnequaletlbyany other. They are for Grinstead, Pcage, Brock, Harris chicken feed, etc. made daiiy. tieJClub members that will surely en- against the assault, and before his friends said : Park, lErijtha son & Co., New Concord, Ohio. Prather, Maggio Barbour. a de by Hagan 8 Pharmacy. 1316 The rrgular price is $2. 50 per package. gage carnejt attention. Doge Scared a Horse. "I can't understand why such a Prof. Chandler, Dr. Blanton, Wil- Phelps jAdoll could get to him he was almost insensive Hood's Pills cure Liyer ills, coi!3tqti- GPiEIM WHITE'S Rhools, Grjtcn been promulgat- lis &c made honary members. Raa&e, Ida If it does not restore your hair to naturIt is sufficient io state that our party ble. A physician dressed Mr. Dinsmore's report should-haTwo sons of Green Harvey were drivbillio-ii- Smith l!ob Salt, Jorry al color, or make any color of hair dark- tion. jaundice, sick hcaladie, f roui our gallant leader down are in ex- wound and he was taken to Clinton, ed. When I left Denver everything Civil Government, Chandler. ing near Carver's Ferry, Monday. Dogs nese. 2 work-C- o where he will be confined to his room Tribbio l)ui toy was apparently all right. Before" I ReraSSks to teachers. Dr. Blan- - Tribble, Harry er in three weeks. Uiey will return yoar ran into the road and 6cared the horse cellent trim, and doing eplendid kio several weeks. for YEARS Thomas, Li; FOR Todd, Apnie can give you a statement I shall ton. Sjf stamps. This proposition is so fair that ne and bring your friends. .Iran w line to an etteouu.l which raa away, overturned tlio buggy (Has led all WORM Remedies. unrner, vvjutc-B- i Yes, it is "W. S. MOBKELKY, PrCs't Turn"er,.Bettie Hair) thousands are using it. It is harmless, of ths4iu--IIai- rs believed that a revolution is about first hear from Denver Physfelogy, JTough, Poage. seriously hurling Itis and dragged the boys, Walkerl Mrs. C. Etui KKJIY MTTIE 6V&RASTEED. can but never fairj. Vhy ca!t bK money ens the nutritive friMfrmg ot tbe' IiOvVof the beautiful, Tudor. An Ashknd, Kansas,- - man broke into tQfape place in Havana in, which the true that metMiss Hall, but Friends of the boys were oncofthenu il' - ,? - jr .' Safe: YbKk kern baaftiHr, mw1 BWHwadait IfcTf nWWtigK to until hear y0H hati a ifundrwl'lthcuMmi 'Youngpine here yesterday inquiring as io what La store and stole a shirt In which to bo Conservatives will join tho Ouban lnsur - tell you nothing dsfln m&iiw : Ik Iwhrlngr . IronxDanyet rfec v foe, eontinnkto fWh? -- - -14MW6W JMBRW-go aid be done with tbe'doga. aptiaed. . I THE CURFEW LAW. unsophisticated editor of the Pantagraph has been handling our name too freely in his vereinfuge wrapper, of late, and Me here and now warn him not to do so again. Besides the above, he has descended to gross falsehood and unwarranted misrepresentation. He would have the public believe that we have heretofore been, and are liable to continue to be, kicked out, summarily from whatever place we held, as if from incompetency or pure cussed-nes- s there was no such thing as remaining in, all of which he knows to be false and on his part malicious. In more than twenty-fiv- e years we have moved in various capacities hereabouts and lost a place but once and that 'for only 30 days when theWarwick shut down. H wehad ever lost a place because the financesgot wrong by our handling, we would have crawled into some place and died there. This is all the space we have to squander on the little fellow who aspires to be big, and if any additional tini" is necessary to settle the matter, it will be expended at the small end of a base-ba- ll bat; and it is not necessary here to say who will be at the big end. ay probably fully realized that troubh do not comes singly. Jailer Web thought he recognized Selkirk as the man of whom ho had been given a description two years ago, and who was wanted for robbing the postofilco-a-t Brassfield, near Richmond. Mr. Welch sent for officer Sam Weeks, of Lexington, who identified Selkirk as the man charged with the postoffico robbery. Weeks attempted to arrest him at the time, but Selkirk escaped. Applications ha been made to the UnitediStates authorities for tho warrant against Selkirk, and Officers Welch and Weeks will divide the $150 offered for his arrest. the-blaz- e d to-da- y. Mrs. A. T. Million, county school solicited. superintendent, called tho 27th annual session of the Madison County Teachers Institute to order, and the ill same was opened with prayer. is H. L. Fans was elected Secretary, and Jr,-- s Lelia Harris, Assistant. Co viittee on Program: W. C. Miss Lizzie Feony is visiting in P.ui. Grinstead, of Daville. wns Paris. c uistitutep Instructor. Miss Mabel Tcrfill has returned rinstead, G. W. Stockton, J. B. from Winchester. Harris, J. W. Moore, R. F. Seudder, Miss Allic Tribble left yesterday A. J. Holman. for Estill Springs. Prof. Grinstead made a brief talk. Miss Lila Taylor, of Lexington, is A discussion followed a3 to "How to visiting Miss Viola Million. spend tho First Day," Stockton, Dr. Welby Burgin has returned Harris, Brock and others particifrom Crab OrchardJSprings. pating. Mr. Tom Rice and wife, of New Adjourned. First subject of afternoon, "How Orleans, are at Capt. Feeny's. best to uso diacritical marks," folMr. Luther Dykes and wife of lowed by the question "How, when Clark, are visiting Mr. J. D. Dykes. and where to teach spelling." Mr. Wm. Crooke, Altamont, came W. A. Baxter won a spelling con- down last week to visit relatives test, missing only six words out of here. twenty. Rev. Dr. Logan and wife hnvo reIntermission followed. turned from a delightful stay at Tat-haSchool government discussed by Springs. Harris, Tudor, C. F. Brock and othMiss Nora Francis has roturned ers. home, after a two weeks visit in TUESDAY. Garrard county. Rev. Dr. Young, of the Methodist Mr. N. V. White of the church, opened with prayer. firm of White & Gibson, is in Van Winkle's motion to make Dr. for fall goods. Young, Rev. Dr. Barbour and II. O. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Elkin,of LouisMoore, honorary members, carried. ville, came up last week to visit Committee on legislation announcMessrs. Arnold Bros. ed: P.H. Sullivan, J."W. Van Winkle, Mrs. Minnie Turner, J. E.Lanter, Mrs. J. M. Smith has returned Miss Alice Arnold. from Louisville with all tho latest Notation and enumeration discuss- ideas in dress making. ed by Wagers &c. The Misses Shropshire of LexingCommittee on resolutions: J. W. ton, are visiting Mrs. W. J. Shearer Mooro, Miss Julia Hanson, Jas. H. and Mrs. Fanny Hagan. Wilson, J. W. Seudder, Miss MarMrs. Katio M. Gentry and daughgaret Tudor. ter left Saturday for Louisville to Committee on association : C. II. visit friends and relatives. Poage, Miss Eva Ayers, Miss Ruth Miss Anna Mershon has returned Crow, J. W. Wagers, Jesse Cobb. from a visit to Stanford accompaIntermission. "How best to teach primary read- nied by her cousin, Miss Clara Mering," introduced by Miss Alice Arn- shon. Miss Daisy Campbell has reold "who gave Johnio Poage and les- turned home, after an enjoyable Jhnmic Tudor their first chart son, much to the amusement of the visit to New York, Washington and house." Discussed by Harris, Mrs. other points of interest. Tribble, ifcc. Mr. and Mrs. G 0. Dodier and little Primary grammar, introduced by sou, of Richmond, were the guests of Mr. Gambs, and continued by Poage. and Mrs. G W. Horine last week. Miss Florida Gibson, Van Winkle, Xicholasville Journal. J! Central University will open Amusingljl liscussed. next Wednesday, the 9th, and there Report of committee on legisla1' is a mighty good chance for every tion adopted. young man, and young woman too, Farewell remarks by Profi Grinin tho county to get an education. stead. We tho undersigned teachers of Law Card. Madison County, Kentucky, recogAttorney Greon Clay offers his nizing the splondid work d professional services to tho public in by our county superintendClimax. Ho needs no in- ent in advancing the cause of educatroduction to Madison county peo- tion in our county, and realizing tho ple. Being a bright young lawyer, present term of her office will soon well read, and attentive to the inter- expire and being desirous th.it the ests of his clients, any case submit- present interests in the school) may ted to his care will not be neglected. continue, we respectfully solicit Mrs. A. ; T. Million, our incumbent, Madison County Teachers Institute- to mako the race for the office she MONDAY. a better understanding of the now so admirably fills. On Monday morning, Aug. 24, at transient more of teach- ical ills, whichnature of the many physSigned by sixty or vanish before proper efCaldwell High school, in Richmond, ers of the county and many wore not forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts uccom-plisheto-da- U0TE33 Has found her little ones are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedy than by any other, and C. B. Engleman fe Co., at K. that is more acceptable to them. Chil- C. or L. & N. depot, Richmond. dren enjoy it and it benefits tl em. The Fresh Mutton and Pork. Beef, true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufac Prompt delivery. Prices Low. Cash. 13-t- C tured by the California Fig Syrup Com- Your patronage solicited. pany only. 1316 BUT&HER SHOP! 4 ' Gladness Comes n .PF.RSnNAl.S. :js .sJ m ds rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that itis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used aud gives most general satisfaction. well-informe- Co You cannot say that you have tried I i everything fnr yonr rheumatism, uutil you have taken Ayer's Pills. Hundreds have been curSd of this complaint by the use of these Pills aloue. They were OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE admitted on exhibition at the World's PROCESS. Fair as a standard cathartic. It X.ot one complaint has ever been made I have started a steam com meal by those using Ayer's Sarsaparilla ac- mill at Corner of Orange ami cording to directions. Furthermore, we Orchard streets, near the old burnt have yet to learn of a cose in which it mill, in Richmond. Custom grindShip-stu- ff etc., ing has failed to afford benefit So say hun- on done. Meal, Bran, hand. dreds of druggists all over the country. He cured others, will cure you. It innoy IIJCAI) BYTHE S3NT IT TO HIS H0THSP. I1T GEH- - J.W. RymeJ EY i M Mr. Jacob Esbensen, who is in the employ of the Chicago Lumber Co., at Des Moines, Iowa, says: "I have just sent some medicine back to my mother in the old country, that I know Jfrom personal use to bs the best raediciae in the world for rheumatism, having used it in my family for several years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain Balin. It always does the work. 50 cents per bottle, for sale by Hagau's Pharmacy. lm TO 4 On improved farms in Madison coun- ty, Ky., at C per cent, semi annual interest; no commission charged. Addre.--s Geo. W. Davy, room 17, Kenyon Building, Louisville, Ky. For blank application-- , and other information, inquire of J. TEVIS COBB. Attorney, Richmond, Ky. d Pure blood is the safeguard of health. Keep the blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla if you would always be well. 32 Drive out tho impurities from yonr blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla and thus avoid that tired feeling and even serious 33 illness. ESTILL SPIES Till HAS A MANIA THAT WAY. It seems that Joseph Kemper, whom the Journal spoke of last week as trying WILL- Contine Open November 1st., 1096. t Reasonable Terms Thomas, pnp. nt School mn -- bblets .Y Fine Stationary Sheet Music, Musical Instruments. PERIODICALS k S, Crow. up-stai- .... .... il' t ' iSpz J-Vv- hSiISqj right-minde- c At ss Cost For Cash! Ja-k-jo- 0. 0. Taylor, d 115-- 14 can-candid- few-hou- to-da-y, . Pn house-gathering- -- y List of Letters ss nt Cod-dingt- on, lic-foro Si anJ-es:orte- d ht as u nt ER!tfSiFUCEi 20 1K1A1.T.B1ITS. c7 .- -- I I I WW r'i I sS. .& JMfl : ?; i "!- - .'? ; ''JU1 . 11- - a6llaftyou jt Lillians, m a WHlfe a , K , -- , 0- - ;?& i'. "j" 7 jr jr i t irt V; the 23. -- 5 'f iifc, '?: it V TC-IP9 -- c ! 'r' 9" .i. -- ' .i" , a r-X- iS i' i I ; ! mmmwmmw''F .yj r 1 - ;v?Fv " '- - -- ;i -- ,. " 4B KENTUCKY NEWS. flel.ai at the QUIETUDE 1OUisviLi.K, Ky., Aug. TImI Km Prom All ram ot OeBimoinrcalU Jodcca' Dcc!!on. Cnlla City ; NEGROES SEEK REVENGE. Try to Kill Tliroo AVhlte Who Am taltod Lexinqtox, Ky., Aug. 81 A race war bas "been 01117 on 'n Adaiastown, "Negro suburbof this city, for several weeks. Saturday nig!- - Lathe Carmine. George Kelly and John Kimball, white, badly beat lIujhLawrencs, colSunday afternoon Lawrence got about twfcnty-fit- e of his colored friends together, and well armed, they attempted to kill tho three white men, tont the timely arrival of tho police prevented a tragcly. Lawrence has beon arrested, and varrants have been issued for several of his friends. ored. One of Their Number. to bo related to the late secretary under Mr. Cleveland, is now in his 01st year. Ills father died at the age of to be 114, while 110, his mother livi-one brother passed awa$ at 107. Undo Billy lost his wife last spring after the couplo had spent 71 years of happy married life together. The old gentleman still cultivates with his own hands a small crop of corn and a watermelon patch, makes needed improvements on his little mountain farm, and in every respect beems to be hale and hearty for one at his time of life. d Jacksox, Ky , Aug. 31. Uncle Hilly Noble, of llreathitt county, who is said A Long-Llv- cil I'mully. I1 i Mayor Todd and the Aldermen In Contempt. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 31. Judge Toney decided Saturday morning that Mayor George D. Todd and the 12 members of the loard of aldermen were in contempt of court for disobey- ing his injunction stopping the impeachment of the board of public safety. The defendants are given one week in which to purge themsches of contempt, This they will probably do by re cindlng the impcaehment. If they refuse the jail stares them in the face. Tried to Ram the Courthouse. Hartkoui), Ky., Aug. 31. An was made by some one to burn the Ohio county courthouse here. Oil was poured over the hall floor, but not sufllcient to ignite the wood after bent P ing touched oil with a match. There Is no particular person suspected of .Mlio frimiv Should the fuiltv one be apprehended there will perhaps be a lynching here. lllggrst Apple Tree. Lawkktkbct.g, Ky., Aug. 31. The largest npple tree perhaps in Kentucky 6tauds in the yard at tho home of Mr. James Henry Iluntain in this county. It measures 03 feet from tip to tip of limb, is a noted bearer of the very best of that fruit in this section, and this year is loaded as usual. I'rlro of a Hoy's Ann. Central City, Ky., Aug 31. Ed. Davis ha- filed suit in the Muhlcnburg circuit court against T. Q Fortney for 20,000 for employing his btepson at the Central City planing mill. The boy's arm was sawed oil whllo working around a circular 6aw. Stock Hum XJostroycd by Fire Adaiuville, Ky., Aug. 3L The etock barn of EJ. W. Gunn was by fire. Two fine mules, a largo quantity of hay, 103 barrels of corn and a number of small imple ments were destroyed. The loss is nearly 1,000, with no insurance. ed cil meeting Thursday night was a very merchants of Lexington are at war. meek affair, and the expected excite- Tho Diamond Coal Co., of Larue counment did not develope. It was expect- ty, about one month ago made an effor' ed that Mayor Todd would send in sev- to put its coal on tho Lexington mar representing eral appointments, but they did not kct, but local merchants to handle th other companies refused come. The new police chief issued sevduring the day, but tho po- coaL The Diamond Co. then estaberal orders lice paid no attention to the orders. lished n. yard here nnd began cuttinj; weeks ago, The police stations and the offices of rates. Coal was then, three Wednesday the board of safety are still under selling ntll and 13 cents. guard, as is also the armory. All de- as a result of the competition with the partments uudcr the control of the rate cutters It could be bought for OH board of safety are still reporting to and 7J4". It was understood Wednesday night that the local merchants will the old board. Argument was heard be'ore Judge make an effort to buy out the Diamond Hazclripg, of the appellate court, at Coal Co. Ilurgtara at Eivlnp, Ky. Frankfort Thursday, on the motion to Ewixo, Ky., Aug. 27. Uurglars raidreinstate Judge Toncy's injunction the impeachment proceed- ed this city Tu- s lay night. J. It. ings Judge Uazclrigg "uill rnler a Sherwood's hardware store was endecision at 10 o'clock Friday morning. tered and a small amount of cash seJudge Toncy has held up his decision cured, oKp a large amount of cutlery. A. Young & in the mayor and aldermanic contempt The dry goods store of cases until he hears from Judge Hazel- - Co., was next entered, where preparations were made :o blow open the safe, rige- which, for some renson, was not done. IN A SEWER. After securing about 55 they departed A Colored Sinn Dig Ills tVnjr In Order to leaving their tools and a large box ol Krcape Jail. pow'c-- . UicoJhounds have been sent Lexington, Ky., Aug. 2S. Albert for and will b; put on the traiL Williams, a desperate Negro, is probUnion. State Sunday-S'hoably smothered to death in the long OwExsnoKO. Ky., Aug. 27. The secsewerrunningthrough tho central part of the city or is now groping his way ond session of tho State Sunday-Schoin the darkness and filth trying to find union was held here Wednesday. An an exit. Williams was arrested Wed-ne- s address on "Field Workers' was delay nijhi for beating his wife. He livered by E. S. J oiwclL He reported was found ! e'eed in a trunk with sev SL030 raised for state work and that eral bed quilts over him and was half j Ihc comm ttecs have all been appolnt- general Decrsmothcr"d when the officers pulled him cd. Marian l etory of ths Ohio associn out. After being locked up In the house about midnight he tore ation, made an address on "Complete away fome of the flooring and dug O ganiz.ition." through two feet of masonry until he All yalrt "t i:illt-.n- . reached the sewer, which is a half mile Gi.Exron, Ky., Aug. 27. There arc in length without an opening. It is no further developments at Eaglo Tunfilled with the filth and trash ot the nel. Everything is quiet now. Wm. city. It is about three feet in diameDrodwcll, who was stabbed, is getting ter. Williams was nvsscd an hour a'.ong well, llurton, who wa shot, lat-and officers immediately sent to will die. Frank Jonc-i- , who dii the either end of the sewer to watch for shooting, has madt good his escape. him. All concerned arc from Atlanta, Ga. have The deputy sheriff and BICYCLERS COLLIDE. returned, reporting on unsuccessful Ogenr Tnttcrson Krcelirr Injuries Which search. I'ruio Fntnl. The Drmth tif dipt. Martin. Danville, Ky., Aug. 2S. Dr. W. B. FitAXKroKT, Ky., Aug. 27. The death Tlunn, of Shelby City, and Oscar Patterson, of Kucll, Tcnn., collided whilo of Capt. Jim Martin, of Glisgow, for ri ling their bicycles at a high rate of years a circuit clerk and the clerk of speed at Junction City Wednesday the recent constitutional convention, night, and Patterson received injuries removes a prominent figure in Kenwhich resulted in his death Thursday tucky politics and does much to simmorning. He never became perfectly plify tho race for clerk of the court of conscious after the accident, and died appeals, for which Martin was a forof cerebral hemorrhage. Dr. Hunn midable candidate. was not dangerously Injured. Exchangloc Convicts. The two young men were riding Fhankkort, Ky., Aug. 27. A conalong in the dark, with no thought of tract was closed between the board of each other's approcch, and came to- commissioners and owners of gether while riding at full speed. It is steamer Uurnside to transfer the the 120 struck not known whether their heads convicts to be taken to the Eddyville or whether Patterson's head struck penitentiary and bring back 120 able-- I Hunn's whecL Patterson was about bodied men to be worked in the chair 23 years of age, and the son of William shops. The steamer left Wednesday W. Patterson, formerly of Junction afternoon and will make no stops en City. Dr. Hunn U the o'de t son of route. ol ol -- The coun- THRILLING CHASE; A COAL. WAR reaps Cpou a -- WIM" Engine From lilt Seed the Frleo of tho Fuel Way Down a ""While. Both Were Making" Good Speed, Lexington. Ky. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 25i A thrill-- . Lexingtow, Ky.TAng. 27. Tho coal JUDGE HAZELRIG Decides Against the Louisville Mayor and sti-tio- Sund-jy-Schoo- ing race between two engines was run on tho Louisville and Nashville railroad between Kentucky strict, just out of Union station, and South Park, six miles out, late Monday afternoon. A yard onginc standing at n coal bin and unmanned at the time suddenly set itself in motion, and, entering the south main track by means of a safety "split" switch, was soon pursuing tho fast passenger train at 45 miles an hour. The crew of another- - yard engine as quickly as possible got on tho north main track and started in pursuit. The line is double tracked for IS miles to Sheplierdsville, and as the runaway had by this time a mile start it was feared it would get on the single track before the steam gave out. Fortunately the block system is used and both engines were given a clear block, and nil automatic crossing gates were closed. The pursuing engine attained a speed of GO miles an hour while yet in the city limits, a terrific pace for n shunting engine, and tho men could barely hold on. Nearer and nearer they camo to tho swa3ing runaway, and at South Park, six miles out, the engines were "neck and nock," then running 40 miles an hour. Engineer Patrick Murphy got on tho tender of the pursuing engine, and when a stretch of straight track was reached made a daring jump to the tender of the runaway. The leap was a good one, and in a second ho was on his feet again. Iu two minutes ths runaway had been brought to a standstill. A defective throttlo was tho cause. VERY CLOSE In the Fourth Shown llj- - the County Itnce Convention Tho Fonr Candidate! Favor Free Silver. Elizadetiitowx, Ky., Aug. 25. Tho county conventions held in the i3 counties comprising the Fourth congres- Louisville, Ky., Aug. 29. Appellate Judge llnzelrig, sitting at Frankfort tion against the mayor and board of Friday morning reinstated tho injuncaldermen restraining them from proceeding In tho impeachment proceedings against the old board of public safety, Judge Toncy having dissolved the injunction soon after granting It. This means that tho mayor and aldermen will be sent to jail Saturday for contempt of court, and knocks out oil of the impeachrnont proceeding. Judge Hazelrig's decision is a great victory for the old board, as it holds that tho charges on which tho impeachment was made are contrary to law and entirely insufficient. Judge Hazelrig's favorable decision did not cpusc the old board to relax Its vigilance and the police officers and statu ns arc still under guard. Mayor Todd said Friday afternoon that ho still recognized the new board of safety. Tho mayo- - and aldermen will come beforo Julgo Toney Saturday morning on his contempt rule. A Hoard of Aldermen. s. 'iHliMHKHHI8SSBei9il am W .... . r. l m ' 8 for yffiw-f- i7m -- ii ntf' l Dri-T4- vi I r,5e.J'JB ixj MrMi.JSBSSSk KSmtzpi. .Jr" &$k9I S Will enro all kirlil of Vile. TfliysHflbrvritliHrfs teJ.lotlliwaso? V"o f;Itjruarantcowlth G'1.C boiM.to rrfnirl tiinonr if not urrl- - 3Luif,a to siy aa dress ou receipt til price x jio j&pmnefto ruv wu uumi sm aiu. hlgu by W. G. White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. - PIII SolK E0e. and SI err box. 6 far SS. Jjpsnsse Pits Ointment. 25 and Bf Luc. pTf dcx. Japanese uer Pellets. 50 pBr5e. ji Mil r h a B35 lak vf 0 HAVING DECIDED TO QUIT x ivt J 4 1 (CI L AfdS s 5jaVrlBT'ir-ES-"- 3 . ifSlrflJP5' jrElnEFVK-7- ,sKk 7 " iW, As soon i"fc! gs rc--' .frmid f r sss 7xg&? a as I can dispose of my stock of gootls, I hereby announce that on and after this date my entire DIFFICULTY culty has arisen betweon tho state central and state campaign committees of tho free silver democrats and populists in Kentucky; The trouble is over n, fuston of tho freo silver democrats nnd populist electoral tickets in Kentucky and those having been refused by tho froo sllvor democrat state central committee. The populist loadera declare that they will refuse to vote for Sowall for vice president, and that they will have a full electoral tlckct.ln tho field of thejr own. Tho populist leaders claim that if this Is dono 18,000 at least of the 23,000 populist voters 4n Kentucky will be cast for the straight populist ticket, and that this will mean the 1038 of tho state to Bryan and Between the Free sllvor Democrats sod Popullsls or Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 29. A diffi- 1 x "It Bridges You Over." , mm&i ' p U I Uuf CLOTHING, NOTIONS. FURNISHING COODS, HKTS, CKRPETS, In- 1 m So-wa- lL r y sional district to select delegates to the convention hero resulted as follows: For D. II. Murraj-- , Meade, Utcckinridge, Ohio, Grayson, 59 votes; W. II. Sweeney. Washington, llnllitt, Marion, Nelson, SO vote; I). II. Smith, Lr.rue. Greene, Hart, Taylor, 41 votes. Hardin county sent contesting delegations, one Instructing for D. II. Smith, another for II. II. Smith, 21 votes. The on Camp Branch Creek near here, thero exists a very strango phenomechild of non. It Is tho Rev. Arch Lucas, a mountain divine 'lhc child Is well formed in every way. two-year-o- ld Saroent, Ky., Aug. Fiet In Place of Hands. 29. In Lucna-vlll- o, ""Battle Ax" bridges a man over KJ k many a tight place when his pocket-- 8j Sj book Is lean, A 5 -- cent piece of ftS "Battle AxM will last about as long as 1$ ' PLUG i jSj In fact cvorytbing in the House, must closed out regardless of price for a JO-ce- nt This piece of other good tobaccos. thing of getting double value for 1CASH 0NLYIt t No goods will be charged to any one. All goods charged this year and previou to this year is now due and must be paid at once without fur- f& fol ! Dr. Georgo l'unn. ASA OLIVER On Trlnl for the tturriernf Kobert Mn-lcAft- - r . i Lai!1'.nckiu'i:g. Ky.. Au. 2t. Robert Moicley is at lust on trial for the mvrder c.t A. a C Ivor in this county in August. lf:0. His n o lt r- - Li If- Sr - Looking for John'lluff. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 27. An effort is being made to locate one John Huff, llrothrrm Sent Up. His Wealth llurned. Ky., Aug. 25. Be NiciiOLASviLLE, claiming to bo an agent for liusch & Louisa, Ky., Aug. 31. John and Mat Co., of Cincinnati. Huff is said to have sides the loss of house and part of hj54 Deal, brothers, the latter but 14 years victimized more than one hundred peoold, pleaded guilty in the Lawrence ple in Lexington. Busch & Co., ho night. Mr. EugeneJiJeynahan had circuit court to a charge of breaking n said, were picture dealers. into Arthur Preston's store at 84S5 In bankjictsalso burned. The 1 hey w ere sent up for two LH10Sy was la between a mattress and Two Assignments at rhlladelphlau,-years each. bed tick, and Mr. Moynahan in trying Philadelphia, Aug. '27jpaul T. to reach it came very near being sufYTmit SSO.OOO Dnmngrs. Brown, trading as J. WBrown & Co., focated by the smoke and flames. CASTLEMAN IN CHARGE LACASTnn, Ky.. Aug. 31. A suit for wholesale groeersiiis"raade an assign820,000 has been filed by Attorney 'WilA Convict Kscapes. or the Military Operation, If There Aro ment- 3nie failure was due to the liam McG. Johnston against the L. & "to Ho Any at Louisville. FiiANuroitT, Ky., Aug. 25. Ben CoopC rri. N. railroad for negligence in k'lling IUU U1UUCJ IUUIKCU JHU -" eight-yea- r Louis- FrtANKroitT, Ky.. Aug. 2S. sj came i exceea iuu,uw. as- - i er, ansent up in convict from Dave Leavell near Lowell on Monday bum uirru x iiuniu. t.l I Ysvyqtvt. conviction q s r for manslaughter, t3 under escape from night. lw Ilradlcv hus giy? made his T. of assigned. , .. and oils, -.CoL Nral'n Home Hurried. the cLo.y'S'-""- ""- e; nower to take- - dealers In chinaasset, are also known ..... iw r chairs (RiQ car t Midlan(1 not Liabilities and Lawkenceucko. Ky.. Aug. 31. The T . . .leTnilitarv at Louisville in Stringency b . in the money market caused . ! country home of CoL William Neahci' case of riot there. ThU could not bo aR startcd ;n -the failure. representative in the general ne secured citizens clothes and left his confirmed but it is known that Gov. Of this county, .was iKTred to the Drowned in a Wnter Docket. stripes in the car. ltradley is in constant communication ground, Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 27. A all contents. with Col. Castleman and that two comthe ir Wants Damages for Malpractlee. old son of John Moeller, of panies of troops are being held in readKy., Aug. 20 Suit View, a suburb of Allegheny, was CltH-West Klch Oil Field. iness. in the llopkinsvillc i. i... drowned in a bucket during the brief U.E. Wash.. An". 31. A. 11. Two Women Kscnpo Jail. absence of the child's mother from the circuit court against Drs. Lamb and .y, 01 liarliora, ttasn., an Lexington, Ky., Aug. 2S. A special kitchen. The bucket, half filled with Ferguson, of Nebo, for S10.C00 damages ber of the state legislature, has re- from l'ikeville, Ky., says: James malpractice by A. J. Terry. turned from Alaska, where he reports jr., Henry McCoy, Gundy Chafin water, was on the floor. When Mrs. for having discovered two great petroleum nnd George Cline arc in jail. They aro Mollcr returned the baby was standKING LEWIS. wells in the mountains, not far beck sons of prominent Pike county citizens. ing on its head in the water. Every Wife Murder Charged Against Illin, Dul from the coast and within about 100 They are charged with breaking into effort to restore life proved unavailHe Professes Ignorance. miles from Juneau. lie brought sam- the I'lke county jail and releasing ing. Paris, Ky., Aug. 20. King Lewis, ol ples of crude oil, w hich he proposes to Mary Chaney and Georgie Kendrick. The Platform Collapsed. near I'aris, was placed in jail Tuesday .have tested. There is a flow of 200 or Half a dozen other prisoners were in Utica, N. Y., Aug. 27. Wm. J. Bry- afternoon, charged with killing his from S00 barrels daily, Eddy alleges, the jail, but, being confined in a sep- an ended a three hours', journey from wife Monday night. King professes each well, and he thinks it is not im- arata room, they could not get out. Albany to Utica at 11:20 o'clock Tuesentire ignorance as to the cause of her probable that this section may rival day night. Mayor Gibson presented death. His brother believes that she Tobaero Merchant: Anslsnu. Pennsyvania. the great fields of Whilo he was speakkilled herself. Coroner Ray has not HorxiNBVH.LE, Kj, Aug. 28. Dr. S. him to the crowd. I'ardon I&ecnmmended for Nnma Do. M. Lowry, a proroinont tobacco mer- ing part of the platform fell carrying a yet returned a verdict, and there are douisaL chant of Elkton, made an assignment score of people with it. Several men grave suspicions of foul play. A gash two inches long was found on the New Orleans, Aug. 3L The state Thursday morning to Judge Terry, of were slightly injured. woman's head, and her skull was fracboard of pardons has recommended the same place. His assets embrace a Dlack Nominated for Governor. the pardon of Numa Dodoussal, one of town residence, COO acres of fine land Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. 27. Frank S. tured. The case has a most mysterious the boodle New Orleans councllmen, and a tobacco factory. The liabilities Black, of Troy, was nominated for gov look. now serving a sentence in the state are large but are not given. She Was Bound to Die. ernor by the republican state convenpenitentiarv. The petition of Louis tion Wednesday on the fourth ballot. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Aug. 20. Mrs. Lending Farmer Alliens. Des Forges for pardon was refused. Ky., Aug. 25. J. Brus-scl- The nomination on motion was mado Mary Lou Gibson, agod 30, widow of a leading farmer of Todd county, unanimous. Mr. .Black was escorted George Gibson and daughter of W. II. All (Inlet In Constantinople. CoxBTANTlNOl-LE- , Aug. 3L Troops has made an assignment to John O. to the platform and delivered a brief Settles, was found dead on the floor of a room at her home with a bullet hole here from Adrainopola Street, cashier of the Bank of Elkton. speech of thanks. in her right temple. A pibtolwith one . ,;d the soldiery and police His assets in part consist of 500 acres Tho Injuries Were Fatal. Mt. Verxon, 0., Aug. 37. Willy, tho empty chamber, an open knife, razor who arc patrolling the streets. The of fino land and his residence. His liaon of Lyman Resley, a and bottle of carbolic acid were found city nab become quiet and tho shops at bilities are estimated at S17.000. and busidruggist at Brick Haven, who fell from by her side. The only reason for the Galata aro being White vs. Colson. ness resumed. the rear tender of an engine Monday act was disclosed in a note to a friend, Ky., Aug. 28. MiDDLEShouo, night, and had both legs umputated at saying she was tired of living. John D. White bogan his Illg Illnze In Hamburg. The Murderer Escaped. Hamburg, Aug. SL A most destruc- contest against Congressman D. G. Col- tho knees, died Wednesday morning at Glencoe, Ky., Aug. 20. There was a tive fire has taken place upon the prem- son for the republican nomination by six o'clock. Hon Down by a Train. taking depositions here Thursday. difficulty Tuesday morning between ises of the export Laugerhause-Gesell-schaJoiinbon City, Tenn., Aug. 27. Gus-si- e William Sheppard and Tom Jackson, In the suburb of Steinwaerder. New Kentucky Postmasters. Johnson, aged 35, of this city, was both colored. They were employed by The loss in merchandise wili amount Washington, Aug. 2S. Tho followto several million marks. ing Kentucky postmasters were com- struck by a train Wednesday morning Patterson & Co., who is arching the Sheppard was shot twice, missioned Thursday: A. G. Dayton, and instantly killed. She was deaf tunnel. Itrooklyn's Official Trial Trip. Licking, Nicholas county; J. M. War- and dumb. She was walking on the once in the right arm and once In the DeLAWAKE 15KEAKWATEU. Aug. 31. track and could not hear the whistle. left breast one inch below tho heart, Mills, Knox county, Ky. The cruiser Brooklyn passed in at 9:25 ren, which proved fatal. Tom Jackson Canada Wins the Second Itace. Instantly Killed by a Horse. o'clock Saturday morning on her remade The Pakis, Ky., Aug. 28. Sol Spears, a Toledo, O., Aug. 27. Canada in the sheriff good his escape.a posse 'deputy successturn to Philadelphia after the of Grant, with of men colored hostler at W. F. Talbott's liv- second international yacht race Wedful official trial trip off tho Massachu- ery stable, was instantly killed Thursarmed with Winchesters,, aro in hot nesday beat the Vcncedor by 2G seconds setts coast. pursuit. day niht at !:45 by being kicked in the with time allowance. head by a hor.c. Ills Troubles Cn mo Fast. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 20. Dr. David Insects Destroying Locust Tree Keller, Lexington's city physician, Guc l.miseir up. Lawbenceburo, Ky., Aug. 29. Own- Monday receive! notice of the death of LAWRENCETJuno, Ky., Aug. 20. Fisher groves in this section of his nephow, Alex. M. Keller, of Bourers of locust Coe, who mide such a daring escape trees arc bon county.. A few minutes later a tho state complain from tho officers several months ago, being killed by a that their small gave hims-l- f up. His excuse for re- leaves have begun to turninsect. The telegram from Tuscumbia, Ala., inbrown and turning at this time is that his crop of fall, givin7 the woods the appearance formed him that his brother, Arthur, tobacco is ready to handle, and he de- of having been blighted by a heavy was at the point of death. He departed immediately for the bedside of his sired to get through his sentence be- frost. brother. Arthur Keller is tho father fore going into the work. Very often Nature needs only a little Oil In Floyd County. of Miss Helen Keller, the wonderful Claims the Killing Vat Accidental. help to get over an obstruction. When AenLAND, Ky., Aug. 29. Tho New blind and deaf and dumb prodtgy. London, Ky., Aug. 2C Sam Harris, Domain Oil and Gas Co. struck a a loom of logs is floating down a river, Warden Not Yet Appointed. all goes well until one single log strikej of Knox county, two miles south of oil well on Brush fork of Beaver something and sticks. Then there's a London, shot and instantly killed Sam creek, in Floyd County. The Corning Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 20. W. R. "jam" and trouble. It is just so in Martin, of this county. Harris claims Oil Co., of Columbus, O., duplicated tho Dillon, of Livingston, Ky., arrived the progress of food through the diges- that the killing was accidental. He experience on Goose creek. Xtoth will Tuesday night to prosecute his canditive organs. Everything goes well till was arrested Tuesday evening and put down additional oil wells at once. dacy for tho wardenship of tho Franksomething sticks. Then the process of lodged in jail to await an investigafort penitentiary. He is a warm perdigestion stops. That's indigestion. UnMaking War on Vice. sonal friend of Gov. Bradley, an 1 is tion. less the impediment is removed, poisonVancebubg, Ky., Aug. 29. A. Hartipped as a sure winner. It is undcr-sto-o Gov. Uradley Invited. ous putrid matter begins to accumulate. mon Holderness, graduate of the CinI that Mr. Randall will not bo an Feankfoist, Ky., Aug. 20. The There's a "jam." constipation, and energetic applicant, and will retain his position cinnati law school, and the trouble. Sick headache, biliousness, club, cf Cleveland, O., has in- young city attorney, is making war on in the auditor's office. Tho report that sleeplessness, vertigo, heartburn, loss of vited Gov. Bradley to deliver an ad- vice. He declares that he will not Mr. Hancock was appointed is incorappetite these are some of the symp- dress in Cleveland September 5, in ancease his efforts until every low dive in rect. toms. Just a little, help at the appearswer to the speech to he made there by ance of the first one would end the Mr. Bryan August 31. The governor the city shall have been driven ouL His Jewelry Kobbery. is- a hard worker, but trouble. Nature Teachers at Frankfort. Ashland, Ky., Aug. 20. It develops has not yet accepted, but will likely do she needs assistance if too much be put so. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 29. Tho that last Friday night burglars forced upon hex. Franklin county teachers' institute an entrance to the residence of L K. Session of the Legislature. Extra Dr. Pierce's Pleaiant Pellets offer the week's Fkankfokt, Ky., Aug. 20. Gov. will bold a Hon. W.session, beginning Putnam, of tho Ashland Steel Co., sebest and simplest method for furnishing August 31. J. Davidson, suthis assistance. Taey are prompt ana Bradley Tuesday said that an extra perintendent of public instruction; curing diamond rings, earrings and pins, gold watches, a pearl nccklaco very effective in their action, but they session of the legislature would be Hon. A. L. Peterson and Prof. McHen-r- y and other jewelry, of a value approxilire not strong nor severe. They cause called for some date between NovemBhods will make addresses. mating 52,000. no violent wrench of the system. They ber 15 and Dcccmher 1, to dispose of go right to the "log" that is fast and- - the state's financial difficulties. to aid the police who entertained local Knocked Her Off the Dridgo. loosen it. .Nature does tlie rest. By and Niciiolasville, Ky., Aug. 29. Tho suspicions, but nothing has been disKentucky Convict Usui pes. hy, with a little cate in dieting, Natuie train on the Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 20. George & N. railroadpassenger Dovo Leavell,h. covered so far. will do it all. That's one great advant- a struck Stock Barn Burned by Lightning. Wilhoit, a Negro convict irom Scott age of the " Pleasant Pellets " over the colored woman, on the bridge which Providence, Ky., Aug. 20. Tho jinany strongly catliartic pills yon do county, escaped from the penitentiay barn of Thomas Kig?, five miles ltiet become a slave to their use. Thev Tuesday afternoon while working in crosses Paint Lick and knocked her off stock of here, in Crittenden county, was iita31yaire the trouble they are meant tho lumber yard. He was sent up for to the ground, 25 feci below. She is west badly hurt. struck by lightning and, was destroyed, threo years. constipation disappears with their nse. with its contents, except th'6 live stock, Eelt gainst. Paducab. Hopklnsvllle Pioneer Dead. CACTI OX. Some tlcdsnlnir dealen do not PADUCAn, Ky., Aug. 0. Will Haffey, which was rescued., , The tarn was ono es Ang."58.-JamliorKiNSTTLLE, ICy., pemit their customer to nave Dr. Tierce's of the fire department,, of the best, in Crttondon county; and inferior pills afford preatrr profits. E. McCarroIl, a proipiiicnt.pioneer Such dealer are short, sighted. They overlook Drought saitagamst tb! city.for $5,000 contained the'.iarm - implements'1 and died at his h&ae sear this city, the fact that next Urn: yon wilt ro where" yoB .a" large. iqatUy, of dmaa Jle.reoeatlyJfaeei-e- d pain- mrt tvftbaiwki irfat'yeo afc for. where benvaail always lived, ini injuries oy a ronam re : aiarw j grain'aad bay;-- , tir.l&iTloea faVwti. 01 jsrigBi's awewc, aged to years. " -c. ifT1: Ilich-ardso- called ia tho c'rcn.t co-- rt Thursda3", and n'r.c cf the ;u-- y was Act'.-- g securod before adjournm n Sheriff Crossfield, who relioved Sher.ff Oliver, father of the murderod trial, is out man, during the in tho county summoning an extra panel of 50 for the other three jurymen the Frida3'. Mose'cy cscip?l from Frankfort jail soon n't'r the murlcr and rcma.ned at large until the first of this month. was ' Young, tho oldest practicing physician in the city, is not expected to survive from the effects of an incision in his left wrist, soverinir an artery, made with suicidal intent Wednesday afternoon. Though conscious ho gives no reason save that he wanted to dio. Ashland, Ky., Aug. He Severed an Artery. 27. Dr. Mathew district convention will meet here next Thursdny, and will probably last two All four candidates or three daj-s- . favor silver silver. Tiyo Fatally Injured In a Buuaway. Lawrenceburo, Ky., Aug. 29. ClarLancaster, Ky., Aug. 23. Mrs. Jas. ence Moore, colored, who tried to split Hill, her sister, Mrs. Hiram Collier nnd Mag Coleman's head open with an ax son John, aged 12, were driving on Danlast spring, and succeeded in fracturville street Monday afternoon, when ing her skull so badly that 04 pieces of one of thewhocls to the phaeton ran bone were removed, has been convicted off, which scared the horse and caused of wounding and sentenced to two it to run and kick the carriage into years in tho penitentiary. kindling wood, throwing the occupants Hoy Crushed Under a Cart. out. Mrs. Hill's arm was broken, Mrs. Covinoton, Ky., Aug. 29. Clinton Collier received injuries the physicians n 7, was riding Stout, say will prove fatal, the boy's skull loaded aged wood, Friday, on cart when he with was fractured, and he can not live but slipped at Fifth and Johnson streets a short whihi and fell under the wheels. One went Hunting for Proof. over his chest, Inflicting injuries from MiDDi.ESBOUO, Ky., Aug. 25. Hon. D. which he died. The driver of the cart, White, contesting candidate for the conPeter Green, was anrcstcd. charged gressional nomination in this district, accompanied by his attorney, arrived in the city Monday night to look up THE MARKETS. proof to substantiate his claims of , which is Colson's fraud. Ihis countj-Cincinnati, Aug TlXJun Winter patent, U:tt13.S0. do fancy. home, gave him 1,000 majority. White . !70i00. do claims voters were imported from Ten- ilO. low grade.family. 1203ao-- exjra. it80. Jt501.7S. sprint PilsnVt&iO nessee and Virginia. G18J; do fancy, tllSilUJ-d- o family. 12. a except that it has nol since infancy used its hands. It mes its feet for everything. Its toes aro as flexible os fingers, and tho child uses its feet the same as though they were hands. Urts Two Years In tho Penltontlary. m W your money is a great help. save money, Try it and " fiCBMn Mice to QO.H'T nai immmmMmt M mm cj 5TOP JOBACCO. Crsiilors. How lo Cure Yourself While Usin? It. The tobneco hahit grows on a man un til his nervous system is seriously affect- tho estate of U. H. t?pU"'' e impairing health, comfort and happi--s and the firm of L. H. I will please file tho with in'e'ness- - To quit suddenly is too bevere a properly verified for payment, on or , shock to the system, as tobacco to any before Saturday, Sept. 12, 185X5, orj eterate user becomes a stimulant that his8ystem continually craves. "Baco- 3 W. TV. PIGG, Admr i Curo" is a scientific cure for the tobacco nLL persons li.tvinp chums against ?,, 0 : ther notice. This is mi in jLS htii K m and 10-1- ,i..,. -- -1 reference book to any . pounded after theformula of all eminent person afflicted with any ipecial, chronic or deli- -' nlivxici-W lin Il.lS USeu It i in Jus cate disease peculiar to their sex. Aderest the 1erlm leading physicians and surgeons of the United private practice since 1S72, tliout a & Co States, Dr. Hathaway 79 Dearborn street, .Lfiulura It is purely vegetable and guar ijnicago. FRHE-64-p- Personal I nau''. 'n a i'p forms, carefully com- - age medical mean exactly what I say as regan U my accounts and as to my stock of goods on hand. I f- ,:E3RjDGEF0RP'S anteed perfectly harmlchs j "Baco-Curo.- You can use 'all the tobacco jon want while taking " En CO ECONOMIST RAfiGE, SEE THEM J EXAMINE THEM ! PURCHASE THEM! 'you stop. k No. J red. tracU, eio: rejected red. track. 43c: No. 3 red. track, 67ct No. 4 red, track. Mo. No. 2 red, track, 71e. Cons Sales: No. 2 mixed, truck, 244a mixed, track, 13c; reOats SjIcs: No. jected, trjek. 13c: rejected xrhlte, track. He; simple mixed, track, I Co; No. 2 mixed, track, WnKA.Sales: - U-- Lv - 1 1 1 T-- l --T- rr-'"- T s'.iien "'" . i-- -- .; lit. Mnnd-B-n- W - axr-Jmh- lv toiVT, n ex-me- m New-kir- k, 36Q-0- 0. mon and rough, light shippers and food (hi pigs, ti3S33.50; common to fair pigs, J7jQ3.2c: skips, liOOSiW. big, heavy, fat hogs, W 00(33 11 Cattle Heavy steers, fair to good, tHOO no cholco on sale; butchers, good to chotco.S3.T331. 15; fair to medium, I3.0033.W; common to ordinary, oxen. 11.503, 3.6V. I!clfer: Good to Choice, tl 502.3.73; fair to medium, !S QV- iSueep And Lambj Sheep Extras, J1C5JJ 3.30, good to choice mixed, com non to Inlr, II J03-I- S; Blockers. Ii003-- 7i Hxtras, ti.102.lC3: good to choice, Lambs common to fair. 32.7512- Veal Calvxs Common nnd large, 11OT3 425. firto good Hsht.iJ 3035.50: extra, 75, tVooi Unwashed flno merino, l0o per lbj quarter-bloo- d clothing, II13c: modlum, delaine and clothing. Wl3c: bratd, me dlum combing. Iu3Itc Washed, fine merino, XtoXX lie: medium clothlnj. 11313c; fleece, li,I5o; long combing, quarter-bloo- d and low, 12313c; oommoa coarse, HSlts. New Yobk, Aug 2a Wheat No. 2 red. September. El 3IUc; October, G5(.G5fc; December, ullocs Choice packers and prime butchers, liOSI2J; mixed packers. $1033.li: com- lTMc ii It will notify you when We give a written guarantee cine permanently any case with three boxes, or refund the money with 10 per is notasub-- 1 cent. iuteresL "Baco-Curo- '' stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power and with no inconvenience. It leans thesjstem as pure and free from nicotine as the day you took your first chew or smoke. cuiied by baco cui:o axi) gained iii mil $mm i YOU Price THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY WHETHER STOCK NEED GOODS TO BUY NOW OR NOT AS MY IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE AND MUST BE SOLD. Yours truly, c-- thikty M Ci P. rfIK & 3a--J vZZ5S !.. tounos. the From hundreds of testimonials, originals of which are on file and open to inspection, the following is presented: Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan S, lS!)o. Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La For forty Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen: years I used tobacco in a'.l its forms. Foi twentv-fiv- e earsof that time I was a , grat sufferer from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldn't. I took variuiis I remedies, among otliers j "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Doub-- ' Ic Chloride of Gold," etc , etc , but none did me the least bit of good. s of them Finally, lioweer, I purchased a box of your "Uaeo-uur- o ami it 11.1s entireit cured me of the habit iu all its forms, and I have increased tliirlv pounds in weight and am relieve! from all the numerous aches and pains of body and mind. I could write a quire of paper unon my changed feelings and couditian Yours respectfully, 1. II. Mmuhtky, Pastor C. V. Church, Clayton, Ark. Sold by all druggists at $1.00 per box, three boxes, (thirty days treatment), written guarantee, $2 50 with iron-claor sent direct upon receipt of price. Write for booklet and prcofs- - Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis. 0 and Boston, Mass. 1 '"No-To-Dad, 47-2- srm- r?,itr r A' s: ' A 'CtvT - r - &. A R ivCk. XT' R s 2 a tr s -V- S. Fixtures for sale. M50-3AO- h -- irfipra iH"S! iiJj i3 i () iJ lj to W mm Staple lllc: ne 4iek& &&W HON. C. S0LD '" RICHM0ND u. Fancy hmfa B7M& tober. M Cork JIG3I4C. :7,S2;hc; No. 2 Scp'omber. December, 2J3.8I3,Sc; May, 23K3 c: Oc- Oats Calls cn December wheat opened at COXs ioid at 60,So: last prloo MJiCMi'c Puts, pened atMXft59Xo, sold at 59K&3Xc; last prlco 19,Sa Calls on May corn opened at 25 fie, sold at iftts5Xc: last price litfc. Put- - opened at "AsC. the only price, No. 2 western, lSVJQiSo: September, October, 20 Ho. CHICAGO. Au- - 2J. 1 limn T. CALDWELL, FAKKEKSIlUIiG, Country rrolucc especially wanted. IVompt delivery of goods to all parts of towu. Canned Goods. Salt by the Carrel Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries- - ESTComc andsee nie l, 'd an epidemic of typoid fever in the neighborhood of South Elkhorn. A dozen coses aro reported, and ono of thom.Wllliam Uanier, is in a critical condition. Fire In Taris Hotel. Pauis, Ky., Aug. 20. A defectivo lire started a fire in tho second floor of the south wing of tho Hotel Windsor at 2:45 Friday afternoon. Loss, by firo and water, about 81,000; well insured. Tilttcn by n Copperhead. Paducah, Ky., Aug. 29. Will Pow-leaged 15, was bitten by a copperhead snako whilo squirrel hunting ard 1b in a precarious condition. Ax intimoto friend of William Wal- of Parkersburg, W. Va., Eecorn mends Wrights Celery Typhoid Fever Epidemic Capsules. Versailles. Ky, Aug. 29. There is W. Va., 20, 1905. R. .- Rowland, Iniii. St (m ? '?2V&&fc&tt$l'&2&2tt'?'&tt 0 January The "Wkigiit Meo. Co., Columbus, Ohio y, Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1894. ami find them to be as recommended. I first bean taking them while at Hot Springs, Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Gentlemen: I have been using ;) ) ) J.H.NEFF&CG. -- ft Stomach trouble, Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave mj great relief from the beginning and have used thsm dorf Astor denies tho report that the ever since. "With pleasure, and unsoAmerican millionaire is seeking the licited, I recommend them to any and hand of Princess Victoria ot Wales. all suffering with like afflictions or eithet 2.240 pounds of anthracite of them. Very truly yours, ATOJfof Charles T Caldwell. eoal contains 74 scuttles of 30 pounds each. These, at ten cents each, give Sold by T. S..Hagan, Druggist Trice the total of S7.43 for a ton of coal cost- 0 cents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug-tor- e ing about S3- 6- and get free sample. Mairi Stpcot, (Opposite Glyndon.) ss rjs 81 (- l - ( ) Country Produce Bought and Sold. Di'srliest Cash Market . Price Paid. i (a ) ) NELSON'S HAWAIIAN THE 'v. . DOMING PI Jr r m n rti rom : ) HAIR HAIR ELIXIR FORGER. (6 Over Thirty Years Without Sickness. enterprising citizen of Byron, III., writes: "Before I paid much attention to regulating the bowels, I hardly knew a well day; but since I learned the evil results of constipation, and the efficcy of Mr. H. Wettstein, a well-known, BIG FOUR ROUTE ?? WONDERFUL o) ( ) ) .0 A --To- -- BEST LIKE TO Mtt FHQ- M- Discovery For Tho (0 0) ) ) n? 1) ( VA- -i A AYER'S Tip-pecan- ce 9G3?lE - Pills, I have not had one day's sickness for over thirty years v Hl4l3 not one attack that did not readily yield to this remedy. My wife had been, previous to our marriage, an invalid for years. She had a prejudice against cathartics, but as poon as she began to use Ayer's Pills her health was Lile, Growth and Ucjnty of the liair and beard. Doing a wonderful norkwhere- .Solid Vestlbnletl Train, with Buffet Parlor rts, E'ccnnv CoocIich, Ulning :ni--,J wkupj ever used. Causing hair toprow on bald Slncplne Cars, nnd litest Improve Prlva'o heads and beard on smooth faces. It is Department 1'ullet HIcepiiiK Cars, mnmiltl- In a vegetable compounded entirely harm cenliy turiuMieu tvlth toilet ench compartment. Best terminal btullon. less. Extracted from llowcrs, fruits and plants collected from tho temperate and tropical regions. Solid Vesllbnleil TrniiiR with Huffel Tarlor Car. Conches iitul Dhilnc Can', .iml Wnutier nuIMBlpeplnRCan'. KnterlnsKt LotiNovrr the Nw Merchants' Bridge, avoiaingllio ifONLY Innnel. CHICAGO. o ( W 111-- 1 acce-Korle- s ST- LOUIS. AN IMMENSE S TOCK OF ) C9 9) BOSTON. ClucJnur.'i. ALL DRYG V) T0NlCSi restored." south-boun- d AYER'S Cathartic Pills Me-- al ft tm ana Diploma at World's Jair. 8trmtfc, late Aw'i fcwuHh The nnly Tlimuali Sleeping Canine from known that has ever been offered to th !egaut Wsgner Her plus car. people fully endorsed by all who have used it. It invigorates tho scaln. re- , moves dandruff, stops the hair fiom fall-- i out, thickens thin hair, and in many Tho "SouthwcMeni LlinlIo4" Soll.l Venl Trains, with Coinbiiia'ion Mbrarr,"035 rnll r.ml huioklng Cars, Dyn?8,i!:n1re,I-W- restores the hair to bald heads. A nnffet 1,air drcasi"K- - Im'parts Rloea o bnrs. Elf cant Ctiachos nm Int: nnwencers In Mew'YorkCltv atsU s reil jueauty to tne nair ana Heard, anu Iorces Bi liot. rolll cly no Fetry Translcr. rap;d rowlli. Oi vta comfort to all who Besuroyour ticket rcidK via "BIU FOUR' nso it. Discovered and manufactured D. B. HABKN E. 0. H'COEMIOK Passenger TratTic Mgr. cen.P0s3.Tkt.Agt J . U. KESOf, CINCINNATI; 0 ISxir?gtor;, Ky.. l&&&&&&&&&&&& tF If you , loose, J1" NEY0RK. T 3IVER-t - FREE HI are afraid lo let your money Wio - th!ak or uma kbiv' tjn in Datrnt? oar ldea! th-r- mar lirlnff yoa "J- WEDDEKUtJIW & CO, Write Ttva WasWagton. D. for Ibetr 1k prlto offer mollis ot two liui1 red lurenUo- -s tra-- te . Wanted-f- tn Idea JHf t. for fear of a depreciated currency iiu the ulure, g6 to 2). P. AUSIEKSaivlpulU in Diamonds where, it wili be safe, and at the (price i f I PISE 2 fO OLD H WIS. Mcdl he is offering them, --. yon-wil- l YEARS OLD. wuv .v- -. jlti rr yn o- )!. Viiinia, Ky, "and of- the-Aotlho- jNOW'3 THE TIME if Trice i-- $1 per bottle. Por Sale by - njx.tr. er cit-ize- a, he-wa- s -- - 'Hi jr-I- -Sl ft --V-- R . , ij,-'.3 nainry?"d " Batli bt married inclerk, inconnjy. vho was chief I Col. VtnVLane, a native of ficotbe"RepoblMJ of Mjfico, " v ta r Ii 'L jto fcitbscnbe foriTHE Vi. I V W. GfeWhite. ifDon't M iSI a Pure Old Whiskies for Family and r,inal UfC. In 5.and 10 gallon Package, a specialtr. )kr-- VI n est ' jwtMjgygfc, "i5 Tgsmjm HQfcum wed. A Democratic rov- - T .Trl ifi 1 TT . " I Tm . j THE JDiiaiX i maw- - lookig .tbeae AafW-mrnuite- fcwslhsr WbatwUIlo-3- T MAktpoyt aF. K.a :si gTcGt, .Jt PfCre Ky. ?'..-.- .&!;?:nW fs