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NUMBER 14. way of general conclusion, l uoncvt, tnat monometallism for tho world is impossible, and that Europo only maintains it on tho condition that other nations do not In fact, if it is to bo maintained in this country and Europe, wo must prepare for another so great that tho people will not enduro it Thero is n fpirit abroad in tbo country now that is not very pleasant to think .of, and if there is another turn of tho screw and thero must bo several turns besA-inag- o M m Tjlip 1 ?-- Mifleicrx, fetrr iirid uguc, tho mercurial dUravcd pulicnt, Iiow flit y recovered hraltli. c hecr-fspirits una );ood nppeli'e, they will tell j c ii uy lakinu mu-IION- bilious victims f Tsiir -- itiL rinrisViLn. , ra siiiPrn nl I IVtK Kl.OU .B? Th Cheapest. Purest nnd Dest Parnlly Medicine In the World I For nVSPHPSlA, CONSTTPTION, Jaun-r T jf.usattiCks.SICKHKAUACHK.Orfic, It ess n f Spirits. SOUR bTOMACll. H - '" nu etc Tliis unrivnlled remedy is - cd not to contain a tingle pai title of v V. rt any mineral substance, but is lu -11 ' LA I OK As He Was and as He Is. HOW HE IS PURELY VEGETAULE, z ROBBED. cr v - It will cure all Diseases caused by Derangement ol the Liter and ISawcl. 1 ie s j:"T JMS of Ln-c- r Complaint arc c tr i i rg those Southern Roots and Herb n nil cise I 'rot id en ce lias placed in r;s were Liter Disease most prevail. S u years and has submitted to tho robbery and voted for rnoro of it Ha is despised becauso ho has consented to his own degradation. His very virtues havo been made tho meansof his degradation. The farmers and especially tho men who tiirfbeir own acres, aro our great conservative class. Thoy dread revolution. .They lovo their country witlTau impassioned nrdor born of close contact with tho soil an ardor of paN. Y. Press. triotism which of how your city consumer "profits" by s o in c writers the loss of tho fanner. Wheat is supposed havo thought imto be an exception because our rivals in possible in men rmTJ other countries aro producing so much, reared in cities. nnd yet tho figures aro significant. Ia Naturally, there. volua each such 1803 at present prices: VAI.Uli OF AN ACHE'S PHODTJCT. yields T0-8- in f on ncro under 8r00. 3 81 f Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gcn't Report 00-7- '71-S- - '81-- Corn..j.$I2 Wheat .. 13 Oats.... Hay.... Cotton.. 84 $11 CO 10 U TO !0 ta 9 81 13 23 14 83 28 01 23 55 V) 02 $10 25 12 00 10 20 $8 I 13. 8 C8 11 7 17 03 1115 15 C3 0 17 0 07 7 CO 0 CO 6 75 10 CO 10 05 rrl " U 10 19 84 Total ...178 Average 15 21 $73 04 $50 42 C4 15 10 11 S3 58 40 $40 41 $40 75 H 23 0 s0 8 15 1 You can find all that denied or skillfully evaded in Tho Sun nowadays, but that cir-- o figure. Nobody denied it before this became a political 1 Judge. i! ABSOL&'rEE3f PURE one-half Stupendous or .5 t i u'emtt w t i Loss of Appcti'e; Headache: t Vcnury, with a painful scnatioti ol t . do something which ought to fa l eeo l"nc. Debility; Low Spirits, a U.ick 5our Stomach: y il tiste ia tlie mouth; l'ain in the 'tur J Mr', often mistaken for Khcu-- r covnennd lax; Decline Farm Products. in fore, tho northern farmers stood by their govern- i.vV ii r. . r - yf t r highly esteemed pcrsonsattest cs of b'ir.tnwi Liver ,e- s Ho't. I'rc...a.S V It. ItKeui'ar Co, Rev. - r l'rirt.Ga; C'A UK ipa'Ls, At llsq .tihenU" 1; I .j A vastcrwm Stephens. BiabCo, xand-r t, i tested itsH.virtues, personally, nnd - ( V t f r Dyspepsia. IlilMMisncss nnd i r Headache it is the best medicine the o t isaw Wc tried (nrty other remedies f t V -- . itaVen s many o. these sj mpto-mattend. sense m few, but the Lives l - Ai i he scat of the disease, nnd if rotJ n i me, Kfet saSenng. wretched- ,i -- A I'EUMCIOUS FINANCIAL TOLICT. .ncef tJieS'.inanJ Hvc,a dry for Consumption. ment in the great civil war Tho Republican party was in power aud acquired an im-men- ilerverj Kvlls of Contractloti - OCATM trUl ensue It nl tclictel, but cured u." Ea, t t...iAi ii (tu ME5fc"iCER, Macon. Oa. ii an mmonsLivcrlcp;lator,btnsneKate ninnrary reicf; but the l!eu- - J II ZLILIV tl' FACT I. RED ONLY LY & CO.. Philadelphia, Pa. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. prestigo The Concentration by tho sncce&sful of Wraith ISls and Fall of Gold Tho issue of the con Judgo. something the matter that KOVct of tho l?rci CoiiiaKO of Silver. flict. jr. v. Herald, .Naturally cannot bo explained by that handy What Gold Hoiionietaliixni Stands For. again, therefore, tho great majority of phrase "overproduction." An Honest liiiuent of Debts The llelp farmers credited all good things to that Has there been any overproduction of party. Thoy could not believe that tho OOeretl by tho Itallot. fat hogs? Every farmer knows that thero parry cf Lincoln and Sumuor and other is just now a great scarcity, almost a friends of humanity would do aught of bos famine. And injustice. By JOHN H. BEADLE. yet fat hogs in Tho Robbery. tho central region The accompanying illustraTho war tariff was prolonged in time of tho west aro of peace despito solemn promises to tho selling at 8 cents tions are from New York Emcontrary. a pound or newspapers of recent date. pires of land aud when but a lcsv few hundreds of mil- years ago they They are published to show lions of money sold at 0. Has the popular idea of the perwcro given to thero been any 1881, for instance, bushels wcro valued at $450,880,427, and in 1895, 467. 10. 947 bushels at $237,938, 99S. And yet tho world has not as much wheal as it wants, and not much more than half as much as it would buy if it had the wherewith. Thero is evidently 883,-280,0- ATTORNEYS. II i$ I will invito your nttcutiou to two scores of others pictures. Twcnty-livfollowed in rapid years ago the American succession, but farmer was n king. Poets sang about though the farm ih r No i Fitkt street, up stairs. Vo him. Orators praised him. car of gold crs m u r m ured Edward Everett hold up an they did not ro- en corn before his audienco and eulogized i.HANT E.LILLY, volt. They over Puci. tiio grower m .1 TTORXliY-T LA W, such eloquent looked tho fact that parties aro comwords that btonns posed of men and therefore subject to Kentucky Kit tiMoMt, of applauso shook change. They wero slow to bcliovt) that tho hall. We tho grand old party could contain M V corar Mtuu mid Second streets loved to read and schemers. . k i.is Will prMcllcc ia alt (lie courts of On top of all tho mt comes a finanquoto the old stirV' . mi and a Ijoinin oeunliai an Ceurtof ring lines telling cial system which has added 80 per cent lis. to tho value of money and depreciated how "tho embattled farmers the prico of tho farmer's products in D. M. CHEN All LT, stood" at Les- - like proportion, and at tho least signs of ington and Cou-- a revolt on his part ho is denounced as CJ .1 TTORXEYS A T LA W, rvj.-- w icuni, uuu 11 wus a traitor. It is assumed as a matter of Kentucky. HttiiMosn, nnivoraally course that wall street agreed that they should strive for a riso 111 Truth. wcro tho salvation of tho laud. They stocks, tlJat manufacturers It e on Second street, ove.' CheaaitH's gro were tho hardy yeomanry, the free and should lobby for a higher mdipciidput workers, and even such for- tariff, that tho Pacilic eign visitors as Do Tocquovillo went Railway companies should srEPJIEN D. PARIUSII, out of their way to describe tho happy evado payment of their Judge- condition of tho landowning farmer in debt All other men can A TTORXEY A T LA W. voto and lobby to raise the prico of what tins country. . Kentucky Richmond, they owu-abo good Christians, but Washington gloried in being a farmer. Our greatest statesmen passed their at the bare hint that tho farmer is to voto for restoring silver to vacations on their own Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Etc get a little better prico for his r n ai to patentability of intention Free of farms, among their horses Lnsurpas&cd facilities. Moderate terras !,.(crops, tho coun- aud cattle. They delighted I t r. !pftiMfora patent, write rae. try rings with in rural pleasure, they Irautio cries of worked and personally di rago and rected their employees, Tho and from a season of this A TTURXm'-AT-L- A I!r, farmer has subkind of hfo and clcso conmitted too long. tact with tho people they . i iKMu;, .1 sonality of the American farmer in the gold stronghold of the country. o TTORNEY A T LA W. Kentucky lidiitioM), w Credit tho Indian ring, tho whisky ring, tho star route ring nnd Mo-bilic- great corpora-tion- s. r, overproduction in milk cowh? Tho census will show you they aro less numerous in proportion tho-pric- A 1 - J('i v ic2r" t- to population than the were, and yet is going steadily proved from geIr downward. ology, from minran new usrt,c SAM. eralogy, thero an overpro- K. from duction of land? In of the metallurgy and country east of Illinois you can today still moro by buy thousands of splendid farms at what comparing tho they wero assessed for in 1870, nnd in fluctuations of somo of tho finest parts of New York prices in differstato they will sell you good farms ent oountrios having the difthe assessment of 1800. Farmers do not complain at reduced prices for products ferent standards of which thero has been a very great proor in tho same duction, but tho figures show a declind, country at differthough not so great, in articles of which ent times. Every Judpo. one of these tests scarcity aud that thero 15 tho general decline is vcrj much great has yielded exactly tho sanio result. er than can bo accounted lor by" tbtrjlitrfiuCtUiltions since tho principal na stanaaru nave tions adopitfaa-gG- li " amount produced. But exceeded nil previously Starrlnc Midst Fleutj. But as a matter of fact is there any hero is a simple test which tho iulWSt overproduction? Havo mankind more can easily apply for himself: Take the average of prices m your brcadstuffs than sta-bl- o two-third- trol tho property of tho United States; that 100,000 men own half tho ues, and thero is remainder, nnd that tho great mass of every indication laboring producers actually own very that it will con- littlo if any moro than they did im tinue. And now 1800. Tho results ore simply awful. Ten men in New York city today hold tho great ques N. Y. Herald. tion is, Whet is tho farmer going to do tho credit of tho United States absoabout it? Oil him dopends the solution lutely at their mercy. If it wcro. to of this nil important issue. Tho fato of their interest, they could tomorrow sweep away tho gold basis and precipi-tat- o bimetallism is in his hands. a panic in Wajl street But tho A Simple Fact. i is not tho money question too farmer is told that all this is nono of his "But business and is expected to bo con trolled complicated for farmers to master it in in his voto by tho gold superstition. tho bncf timo Tho Gold Superstition. between this and A ' 'How can thero be a gold superstition? the election?" What do you mean by such a phrase?" Not at all. In I moan just what tho words imply its present slinpo that a large portion of tho human race indeed it ia sinhas becomo posgularly fimplo. sessed with tbo It can bo reduced notion that gold to two or threo is infallible, a Puck, plain quosrions, perhaps to one, and that is, Has silver notion as degraddepreciated or Kold appreciated since ing in its way as tho 187Q? On their answer to that depend African snako worship. tho votes of a million honest farmers. s of Mouomctallists say gold has stood still while all other things havo cheapened. tho gold in this Wo say that silver has stood almost unboldly changed whilo gold has advanced enor- country that, mously in value, and. what is more, wo proclaim provoit by every lino of reasoning which whilo all other can be applied to tho subject That sil oommodi tien ver is by natural change in value, gold does not Jaw far more in value than "Wo know." tho gold has been s a v a g o s say, question. Thode-clino J2Wi still contin- volnmo ofmoucy and its proportion to general trade arc tho main factors in de ' termining general prices taken for granted that the amount of money of ulti- level of It was tho mate redemption determined tho prico level. It was tho foundation upon which all f? disputants built their arguments. But now you can hear it As? Nine-tenth- lnono-mctallis- ts St-- s Jumbo is njjly and we believe that he is great" Wo laugh at the poor heathen, but tho argument is on their side, for it never has been mathematically proved, ond it cannot bo proved, that Mumbo Jumbo has not great power iu tho unseen ; but it has repeatedly been proved in every way open to the humau intellect that gold is a shifting and unstable standnrd of value, far moro unstable than silver, and that twice within tho memory of men not very old it has changed in value so suddenly as to vitiate all long timo contracts and dislocate all industrial conditions. The Fact About Gold. Every economist worthy of the namo had said again and again that gold fluc tuates in value. No economic wnter has ever denied it In his ;alth o f Nations" "that Mum DO Commercial Advertiser. -denied every day. !&" Puck. Aud why? Becauso it does not fit the arguments of those who havo selfish interests to serve. They now maintain that all forms of currency, including checks and every other kind of 'representative money, must be counted the same as the coin basis, though every sound financier knows that, by tho method of tho administration in construing the laws, silver now performs no function that greenbacks would not, and that silver, siher certificates and greenbacks aro mero token money, all resting on tho dangerously narrow basis of that metal which is tho money of ultimate redemption. "Yon admit, however, that the free coinago of silver would produce some inflation. Supposo it were but 10 or 20 per cent as Senator Jones thinks. Would not even that much inflation do ifn great harm in dislocating existing business conditions?" History has answered that question so conclusively that argument is unnecessary. In 1849-5tho specio infla tion throughout tho world is alleged to have been somo 25 per cent, and in this C country was thero a general currency inflation of 40 per nd I C 6- GREEN CLAY md, ----- denun-cintio- u. came baok to Washington wonderfully freshened by I" i t s in :ill tJio courts. 13 having lived close to tho heart of nature, inoro Js?VS American and more demEHTSICLa.K'S. ocratic and more in love with their own land. Their n. Y. World, names were conpHl in the popular lore II. It. GIBSON, with the names of their estates. It was Washington of Mount Vernon, Joffer-fo- u AND SURGEON, of Monticello, Clay of Ashland. I . HMi'MJ Kejctucky. Webster of Marahfield and Jackson of Tho Hermitage. nil in the Joe Cclms bHJUing', sS and so 5cc Whero is that fanner now? 27- strrt orer Waite iew drcstsrc Tho Vilification. He is tho gibo and tho sneer of every ("HAS. HOOKER, clown who can get on tho city stago in spotted breeches. I ETKKINAUY SURGEON, Ho is tho butt cf (riduult Ontario Vdermary Cvllcge. vilo jokes in the city saloons. Ho Dentistry Sterifcty a SfciaU shares with tho " st urs eer New Yerl. Store. crnci 46-streets. KKhfhtI ' mule and 'the mother - in law, KeHlueLy- - IU ... i! people of the He has lost tho civilized world, respect of those vtai and, deducting who havo robbed seed and that him, and it is V. made Into whis- V X. Y. World. much to bo feared ky, little over N. Y. Herald. own that in great part ho has lost Lis self respect His poverty has become two bushels per capita was left for bread. It has been repeatedly shown is reproach. that tho world's cotton crop is still Tho ACIlctlon of Abundance. 8,000,000 bales short of tho world's "But thcro has been so great an in- consumptive demand. Our own ngricnl--tura- l crease ki production. .Now, why should department has shown that tho, tho farmer com-plai- u American people aro eating considerprices that ably less wheat per capita than they did go down as tho a few years ago, and if you will toko sizo of tho crop tue annual regoes up? And ports for 20 years you how can and deduct that prove that elevatused for export ing tho condition nnd seed from of tho fanner ine crop oi cacn i fyiM 1 -- thoy can eat and moro cotton than thoy can wear and more pork and beef than they want or moro shoes than they need? Whyl tho largest wheat crop ever raised only amounted to three bushels per capita for the neighborhood for tho fivo years ending in 1875 (it is not fair to take ono year) nnd tho avcrago gold or greenback value of a ten ounce bar of silver at that time. Divido and see what that silver would have bought. Do tho same for tho fivo years ending with 1895, and you will find that tho silver will buy more. Is it not arrogant and insulting non sense to say that silver has depreciated when it will buy moro of tho products of your labor? Hero is a tablo to help you in tho calculation : 11 will elevate that of other laborers?" C. "'1 1 1 Medicine ami Surgery. CuliiiisHuiklini;, MniuStrcet. i u at rcsolence (the Cnrr lace) 01 mi JJSfJZR, M. D - Urodray. darky, tho rusty stovepipe and tho tho plantation to raise It is impossible year ana that leu to stock in Into years yon will find 000 nl - - - Kentucky Ill ' I O. A. ) KEXXED1', Kentucky. SJCJAN AXD SURGEON, "Hayseed" and "Wayback" aud "Jay" aro his regular titles, even unions cultiTite in Siaith lludding. No 204 Main Street, nf vated people, nnd m tho slums ''farmer" iiiTkc nuurs 12 to and 4 tu seVlocV:. is one of thovilecpithcts which prpvoko ij flght. Ho figures in tho illustrated I'll. JOHN M.FOSTER, comics as a half savage. Look at tho K IIMONB, Kentucky pictures of tho typical fanner in tho New York papers and seo something 1 .. i,, mi ... tho Etock material for cheap paragraph-crs- . Ho is brought oa tho stago cf every low theater as tho stock vic Puck. tim of all the stale old practical jokes. tramp as tho agricultural class of any country 'iViVU' that 7 0,000, peoplo aro eating only about without raising all the other classes who de Life, pend on labor for a living. It is not absolutely Impossible to press down the agricultural laborer and yet leave tho city laborer unaffected, but it is very unlikely. Tho fanner, however, docs not complain that ho gets less per pound or per bushel when tho crop is big than when it is small. What ho does complain of, and what he has a right to complain of, is that prices havo fallen so fast that ho gets very much less money for a very big crop than he formerly got for a small one. Thus tho bounties of Providence aro turned into curses and ho is coming to look upon abundance as an affliction. Let me call your attention to soino figures. In 1881 tho farmers produced 11G,481,000 bushels of oatB ar.d 193,198,970; in received therefor 1883 they produced 671,302,400 bushels and received for it $187,040,204,; ia 1889 theyproduced 751,515,000 bushols and received $171,781,008, and no oa down, tho amount rising as the moneyreceived for it fell, till 1895, when thoy produced 824,443,-53- 7 bushels of oats and received -- thosarao amount of wheat flour that 55,000,000 peoplo did. In Europe also it has K. Y. Bcconlcr. been shown that nearly 100.000,000 peoplo cannot nffordi to eat wheat bread, 'lhcy aro using, cheap substitutes liko ryo and potatoes. Are wo to supposo tnat tney uo mat ior ' fun? Enormous Iosses to Agriculture. If you want to realize what enormous losses American) fnrmiirs havo, sustained because of tho increased , 1 ihone at office and residence. V. EVANS, M. 1)., J& 'Mx Puck. purchasiugpower of gold, look over the files of tho gold papers before this becaino a political issue, i physician ami sukgeox, Kentucky Ruiimoxd, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, I'raclilumer in Medicine and Surgery, Ki iimoki) 're aud rcldencc 0.1 Tlilr.lbtrcet. dsntal stjsgss: DR. A. WILKES SMITH, IJi N. Y. Press. DENTAL SURGEON, KENrci: huim), ... ... - - Kentucky beforo they had any interest in denying tho truth. In the New. York Sun of Sopt 10, J 8. 98, for instance, was nn editorial of which this isan extract: For moro than 13 years. 1873 to 1803, nil tho great primary agricultural staples havo been declining in price, although thure, haro been Doriods when tie irico of some ono was high for a limited time This la mate notably truo' oa respecta therefor $103,-C55.00- 8. Smith buiidinj;,-Mai- n Street. Office ao- rs, 9:00 to 12 M ; 100104 1. M. ")1 racticc limited to dentistry. - Ofrica this: Along, lean, lank monstrosity, with bones showing horribly prominent through Jiis clothes, a face like a pointed Gothic front a noso that describes an irregular arc from the lowest point bo .twet-the eyes down over thomouth, and on his chin what ir supposed to be a whisker, but locksliko a wisp of weather Hko n And tho population has increased 70 per cent In 870 wo 1 produced 1,094,-525,0- bushels of corn, worth ?C01,839,030; in 1893 1.019.49G,-13- 1 7, J C MOKCAK. J. A. YATf-DENTISTS, , MORGAN & YATES iciiuoND, Tank beaten hay. This is tho farmer of today as tho bushols, people of the cities are taught to con- worth $591,625,-62- Kentucky Nations' and in 1895 sider him. And why this change? It is because 2,15 1, 138,580 worth he has been systematically robbed for 80 bushels, OrrtcE Main Street, over Madiscn " rs m imStf BaBaaV & s H 3 George Thorps, Street, ltetv-ce- Overproduction, Judt-o- . .you say, but divide tho bushols by the population each, year, and you will find that per capita the increa'-- was quite small,, and in such years as, 1890 and 1894, when tho crop was very short ,nd to prevent further deterioration.' theniimbcr of bushels Tjer.capita-rerTho Yield of On Acre. mnriTii'less than tho" average cf several While tbo cost of production cannot havo years ago, tho prico per bushel was still been lessened cs much us 6 per cent sinco 1ST5, y 587,509,100. secondary products, especially meats and lard, bet tho trend of tho wholo scnlti has been constantly downward, and the general price lavol at the end of each year was lower than at Its beginning.. In the racan-timthere bad been no material redaction in thd cost of production, tho self binder, the gang plow, mqwor, bay tedder and bay loader and all other great Improvement! In agricultural machinery having ooine intd uso prior to 1S7S. Subsequent taodiflcntioas and Improvements have been in tho direction of greater facility in operation rather than of lessened cost. Whilo It is true that thero hag been a material reduction in the cost of farming Inv plcmcnts, such reduction has not atw'ays ro' suited in lessening the cost of production on tho farm, ns new machines have often, thoso which were but partially worn . and which were quite aa efficient- It is probable that upon farms Jargo enough warrant tho purchase of full lines of Imto proved machinery tho cent cf production has thereby been, lessoned 10 per cent ihnt such farms constituting less than 6 per cent of tho wholo area under cultivation the aggrcgato 7ingirom such economies bai been slight and has probably been fully f offset by the progressively Increasing oso of commercial fertilizer which hau beea found necessary In all tho region east of tho Mississippi, not to Increaso tho fertility "of tho land, bnt Blmply o O wm -S-- Main and Second rear of Dillingham bnililinp, Richmond, Ky. Heady to do all lands of W.ncfcsmitli'inR proHBjitly in tfve 3sV J workmanlike manner. .- mm i2 rs mil l staple products cj nypraged 82 per during tho flvo VitU IS75 than ' . tho Doited States Las increased in now. This w crpochiHyjtrue "? , f most csact -- pcrallclism with tho in- as respects tho flvo staples-cor- n, wheat, oats, hay aDd cot crease of .poptilatJoiiaricUyet tho aver- - ton which employ ilC5,000,0CO;TKLlJT..-V(JT-.- A ago raiao per ton has declined from j out of aXS,CO0,VW acrps n,ow dej- - aHiPpsA low., prices for tbo of tbo furm Tlie Decline In Value. "Since 1870 tho production of hay in cent greater rears ending al- ii ' tffl 013.82 to $a85. 'ThisJ4Us4ho farm prico as reportedby tho, agricultural deparisBCHt , ibVJuly; nevertheless, on .t r " - i.JtrfTiSS- sirr-fTJi the Ony,,! write tfatejhay in' Now York. oitv.bv. retail at tilSLrjer. i.tZi.,JrfasiCiir.:i:Mi sri 2Rf WtFS Tho following- - 'table FnowS in flvo ycor avrrapg tho gold: raluo per aero (in Mm; local xarnt pnrtoW vlihpt&uHf ISfcVrSSS? T.iiTi nlinntofai -- VUrcU M, blUJMU vivp. I 1&.W W$f&? PDHafsSSt m. ? it !r " b if v-i! ? .Jli&al1. MlfSP? ?f BmLrQ&M L "laWsJatisPB-"- or rrrrst i -. ' general gain in trade. Our agricultural departthat N. Y. VTocld. ment has shown that the immediately preccdM? our civil war it declined over $0 wero tho golden age ' """Mmori-ca- n farmers' incomo has per cultivated acre. THAT MEANS farmer, if ho ever we dt" Again, from early in 1802 to early in 7J3AT FOR THE WHOLE RECEIVING 1865 tho currency of this count- r- .vaa a.v.v. This revolution iu their inflated at least 150 pcf cent" Somo HUNDhkl-Jtav- .s. loutakel1 e it value, though perhaps the harm was done, of eourbc, becauso tho LESS THAN TLfJErr-tr- s, staitr&k3) as the TlP W greatest, is by no means inflation was rapid and tremendous. It YEARS AGO. NOT RECEIVi2nipi Prico of Prico of Price of the only ono of which his- was six times as great as any inflation OF COURSE THEY CANNOT SPEND bacK to hfmduCi wht nt. sil cr. Clt ton WillflLthat hotel ilellYciOathooUier tory gives some account." now possiblo from tho frco coinago of IT. HOW CAN THERE BE WORK pcrLushel. per pound por ounce. 1872 .$14 US Proics&or Jcvous, in his silver, but tho only Ecrious evil in it FOR CITY LABORERS OR PROShand, 6tands idr1?1 crowd fratheretTinN- 1S7.) 13.8 .. 131 120 1ST4. ......... 15 4 work upon "iloney aud was that it gavo occasion for a subse- PERITY FOR ANYBODY WHEN metallism of tho constfi was followed 1 .. 1 43 127 24 15 0 1875. . .. 1 12 "(the hotel Puck. tho Jlechauism of Ex quent contraction. 1S7 1 15 12 9 .. 1 24 THE FARMERS ARE SPENDING tion and against tho things AV-"- to j The Benefits of Expansion. J All change, " chapter 0, says, "In respect to 11.3 17 12U 1877...,,... 800,000,000 A YEAR LESS THAN nhovo mentioned. $1, 1 15 11.1 1878. ........ ..JS4 I might quoto all tho economic writ- THEY steadiness of valno tho metals aro probother classes arc striving 1 12 1870 WOULD? .. 1 07 NATURALLY 00 18S0 1 14 ably less satisfactory, regarded as a ers, from Adam Smith down, to tho THERE IS NO CONGRESS WISE to get moro for what they y"". 'y V .. 25 115 1 13 1S31 11.1 .. 1 11 Tint yon, thpi Kf. effect that tho volunio of money is the comstandard of value, than many other f. - r 1 13 11.4 18S! DEVISE A TARIFF sen, anu wny .. 1 19 main factor in fixing tho general price ENOUGH TO HELP WORKMEN 1 11 modities, such as corn." VfSS 10.8 .. 1 13 IN THAT WILL 1 01 18S4..., 10.5 ..107 By "corn" Professor Jevons means level. You will find tho dootrino ably MANUFACTORIES SO LONG AS agers meet in high con- - x. Y. WorM. 1 18S3 10 0 .. 80 set forth in tho works of Adam Smith, 1SS0 to wheat and all other cereals. 0.9 .. 87 THE FARMERS CANNOT BUY THE clave to make profitable rates on freight; 18S7 D.5 ti7 .. 60 manufacturers do tho same for their Ricardo, in his paper on tho "High John Locke, David Hume, John Stuart PRODUCTS. (i3 1)8 1683 .. 85 Mill, David Ricardo, William 18S) Prico of Bullion," says, "If wo diminC3 0.0 .. W "Would freo coinago raiso prices to profit ; brokers labor to advanco stocks. ISM) 10.1 101 ish tho quantity of currency, wo givo .. 63 tho French nnd AmeriAll theso voto and uo tho government ,.. 85 10 10. l&ni can economists. Tho appalling effects of tho old standard?" is It desirable ISO--' ta an additional valno to it" .. 80 87 that to mako money, and all denounce you It would not Nor 1803 75 .. C5 By "currency" Ricardo meant money long continued contraction and tho As wo havo been running farmers as no better than thieves for doThe Concentration of Wealth. marvelous benefits resulting from it should. ing tho same thing. Veto, as justice reof every character, including gold. down hill for 20 years I "Jlany cite tho concentration of quires, to restore tho old contract Voto Mr. Mocleod, in his ablo work on a liberal increaso in the coin supply aro should not complain if wo wealth in a few hands as ono cause of tho tbo "Elements of Banking," says, "Tho thus beautifully set forth by Sir Archi- wero soven years in getto help yourselves. Voto for Bryan, tho bald Alison in his history of Europo: farmer's poverty, but is not thatworsoin actual alteration money of tho constitution and tho uptop again. ting to other countries with different systems?" in tho ottartttic8 "THE TWO GREATEST EVENTS Tho greatthe lifting of tho agricultural interests. thing to do, THAT HAVE OCCURRED IN THE and tho one thing that There is lib country of high civiliza- of tho precious HAVE HISTORY OF MANKIND tion in which it is so bad, except per metals has ma1x3 dono if wo aro to BROUGHT must DIRECTLY BEEN haps in ono or terially altered avert general paralysis, is two whero tho their value at R. ABOUT BY A CONTRACTION AND, I, to stop tho declino whero 1 all IC ON THE OTHER HAND, AN EXprocess has been different periods it now is and then change X. Y. Herald, going on PANSION OF THE CIRCULATING for of history. " Time Table No. 24, In Effrom a falling to a rising market That MEDIUM OF SOCIETY. THE FALL 1,000 years, but Professor Franwill fect 12, 1895. SO will givo us timo to breathe. It OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE, in no country, cis A. Walker of stimulate enterprise. No man will in1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. LONG ASCRIBED IN IGNORANCE ancient or mod- tho Massachuvest money now with even chances of CAST BOUND. No. x. No. 3. No, 9. t 2f XQ SLAVERY, ern, has the proc- setts Institute of Sun Ex San Ex Sunl declino on his EGOTISM AND having his investment ess been so rapid Technology, in JigMfnl bands. But givo a reasonablo assurance. Tn no fit fVia A. M. A. H. MORAL his ablo work on BttP MM'-- -' even of a trifling advanco and everything Versaille- s6 49 IC 4U l) Jl 1800 thero wero money, says: IX 74 IO 12 735 on new life. I need Nicholasvillc at onco Valley View.. xo 53 II 4? IN REALITY will no proofs put this. 753 alleged to be in "Gold and silver of cite It is tho universal Million 11 i'i Sia 21 BROUG H T this nation a doz- do over long r. . in all Richmond.. S 30 12 30 pm ABOUT BY A cxperienco of all countries and en millionaires. is undergo llntnr. times. 13 50 IZ 2.S DECLINE IN Today thero aro great changes of Moberly .. Money. O? Honest II 31 . J BrassSeld CTr.VEr mHE 12 44 at least 5,000 and valno and becomo lift "But you concede, if I understand Panola... 11 49 2 15 " GOJjD Judge many in a high degree AND Y. World, probably I 12 you, that a part of tho declino in farm IrTine... 30 MINES OF SPAIN AND GREECE, On this deceptive as n measnro of tho obligamore. produce prices has been duo to greatly point wo havo tion of tho debtor, of tho claim of tho AND, AS IF PROVIDENCE HAD increased production?" "No7 "KST7" No78. No 10 WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San Ex Sun unimpeachable creditor. Thus Professor Jevons esti- INTENDED TO REVEAL IN THE No intelligent man Unquestionably. testimony aud mates that the valno of gold foil between CLEAREST MANNER THE IN- denies N. Y. Herald. ,r. m. r.ft. it How much Is dno to that and Pannh. o 4U Early in 1789 and 1809 40 per cent, aud from FLUENCE OF THIS MIGHTY how much to monometallism wo cannot IrYine..,, l 3a from an unwilling witness. 14 48 ON HUMAN AFFAIRS. AGENT 1892 Hon. Roswcll G. Horr, tariff ediCrassfic!d... 1809 to 1849 it roso 145 per cent " 4 4 I H figuro out to a Moberly. J 12 5 10 THE RESURRECTION OF MANtor of tho Now York Tribune, started cent, but I think union.. When Gold Was Cheap. 1 13. 5 S KIND FROM THE RUIN WHICH out to prove that protection did not Richmond .. 6 05 S V wo can o o m o Million ...... how7 300 It is a point well worth noting, 6.30 3 ao THOSE CAUSES HAD PRODUCED millionaires. 530 much nearer to Valley View ever, in the soven or eight years 634 S 57 3 3 Under his direction a very careful 1849-5- 0 that that gold, according to tho WAS OWING TO A DIRECT65S 3 3S it than tho mono- Nicholasville. 65 Versailles LY OPPOSITE SET OF AGENCIES part of tho 4 3o census was taken in every 7 35 35 iAS2 best authorities, lost 25 per cent of its BEING PUT IN OPERATION. M motallists admit COUnited States by r. m. All past experivalue, tbo world accommodated itself LUMBUS LED THE WAY IN THE Tho Tribune's very easily to the change. Tho only : ence has shown Trains between IimsviIIe and Verjaitles daily. RENOVATION. WHEN agents. Tho lists Xy outcry was from tho holdjrs of fixed in- CAREER OF HIS SAILS ACROSS that increased Trains between Cincinnati and Nn.holajv'1 , HE SPREAD sS wero published production of tho daily. debtedness, and they wanted to demono--tiz- o THE5" ATEANTrC. 9d' All truas connect with Railw-iJ .' to weekly in Tho necessaries of lifo and from Lonurttlc. and with the'ClN t.ScT. gold because it was too cheap. We MANKIND AND Tribuuo for corPuck. of itself P toand frum tlncicnati. does not heard very littlo about that in this ITS FORTUNES IN HIS You can spend fire hours in Lonisrille. abont six rection and then reduco prices in tho exact proportion of hours in Cincinnati or tz honrs- in Lexington and country and tho masses of our people BARK. THE ANNUAL 5i compiled in a J increase, for increased demand return to Richmond at 3:yp. m wo had tho did not oven know it; becauso r f 3UPPLY OF THE PRE pamphlet. Tho comes in and very frequently offsets then no permanent creditor class, no CIOUS METALS FOR 'liumbcr exceeded all tho' gain in production. For congreat bondholders; but tho litcratureLof USE OF THE 4,000 and was ;4J S J venience's sake I will stato in tho bricf-iEurope as mo time was inn ui com- WORLD WAS TRIPsoon proved to possible form what silveritcs believe plaints, AND AUSTRIA, GERMANY LED. BEFORE A K aJHVJSlOiN. . bo entirely too on this subject AND BELGIUM ACTUALLY DEHAD EXPIRED small. .Mr. Horr i ' Lt Effect M.vRcir 1, 1S90. 1. That thero is not enough gold in MONETIZED GOLD. On tho other L'HE PRICES OF EV- succeeded in , tho .world and cannot bo enough prohand, tho rapid increase J2RY SPECIES OF PRONORTHBOUND. proving to his World, N. Y. duced to maintain tho present level cf in tho value of gold with- DUCE WERE QUADRUlv. express ior Cincinnati, vr only 1.200 were own satisfaction that priews. If monometallism prevails, thero in the last 20 years has PLED. THE WEIGHT a. il, I'jrLs, M.ijsville, Wint manufacturer. bankmust bo a still further shrinkage. I chester ami Lexington wrought Puck. OF DEBT AND TAXES how were tho rest made?" "And .53' 6.25 mail ruptcy, hap brought a wail INSENSIBLY WORE OFF UNDER daroTJot conjecturo how far it will go, grants and subsi-dic- s Tho enormous-lan- d but I am certain that it will not stop Cincinnati. Paris, Mnys-of distress frcn producers iPHE PTFLUENCE OF THAT PROto railroads ruado nfow dozons liko M. vilh.v AVinch ester'aitd short of 40 cent wheat and 4 cent cotton in all lands, as again audi DIGIOUS INCREASE." .Stanford, Crocker and Huntington. Tho 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.03' and other things in proportion. Gold again shaken tho very Tho "Wages of ImOot. sudden growth of western cities due to Livingston, London, JeP N.Y. World, foundations of orodit will ,then bo afar more "honest money" Ho might- havo added, and this point tho ho'houso system of forcing develop,1.10 lico. Pineville. than now, ,for it will buy much more. throughout tho British empire, and right ment made a few hundreds. Dozens liko now, according to Dr. Eduard Suess, 52ems to worry our monometailist You see how neat and complete this KasTline for Liviualou. A. Mn liicnds. that tho waccs of laborers roso Jay Gould and his fellows wero mado threatens a redivision ot tho earth. In honest money argument Is and how it 11.43 London,Jcllico,rCuo.vil!e ..3 19 bnsiderably faster than tho prices of by" tho system of railroad wrecking, j short, contraction is very many times iecessarica. Even so did they in 1848-j- rapidly grows Stronger 'as prices go A. m. Fast lino for Cincinnati, F. M, by speculation in gold i Many wero mado down, for; if a dollar which will buy 3 3.1U. I'aris, Winchester. moro destructive than inflation. And why notr again? In truth tho and government bonds, by tho national pounds of cotf. ic. Rowland! Lancasfer and "But the monomotallists deny thatj rages cf more than half our laborers bushels of wheat and-dbanking system and many other schemes 4 10:10 there has been any contraction, or that liavo got to riso beforo there can bo a ton is more lionost thjji a dollar which p.1.23 Stanford. A few very gold cheapened in 1849-0fostered by if. Rowland, Lancaster andi v. x. or that it I jiso, necessaries, Mcnometallista have will buy 1 bushel or! wheat and. 8 7i4Q ritaaford;. in &VJ pounds of cotton, then a dollar; which " mitted-w- ero hon - l 'pin- - 7 npprcciate& ia Valn0 lonvemcnuy overiooceu ino utct tnatioy .will buy 4. bushels of whoat or 82 jfcr ccufc of tho laborer trains, connect a Paro 7 il Tt !VLl Ob. ves. they'll deny anything now. Htatea do not work fox in tho Uuitect pounds of cotton, will bo twico as hon- JtOnt-goinj- : fixed rconey Imato enterprises in with Loxinjiton, Frankfort, Cincinnati, Idacaulay has well said that if a prop- - ivngos; they produce, and what theyecii est ss tho ono'wo now have. ujm. n. 2.' That there STnot'tncwgh o both Sraysville and intervening- points. ty interest wero affected by it thou- trains connect at Wisftrnrf-tef- . products for constitutes thir wages. goldand silver to was not ! bio restdice.tbo prices of with Lexington and. point West, partner, and many sands of intelligent men would deny tho lis in Bftlf AvirfATir- r.hrrrfrn rhnr'n. umy a lew years Ii tho price 'of tho product is itself a 1S70-- or of 18803. and Mt Sterling and points eaet by tho advance in law ot gravitation 0t-oit- s ago sonio of the greatest scholars in this ' A Real Gold BaaU. trains connect at Lrvijjca n our country denied that a man 'whoso skin bo in wages. This class"" includes all real cstato-itox with Cumberland Gup, Knoxviui,, S.! That in consequence of the much great cities. Many was black and his hair woolly bad a nat- - i tbo, farmers, cotton, sugar and tobac-Louisville and iBtervenin points."" vegetable gardeners, fishery grsator increasoof 1popJnIatioa and others havo carried Outran!);? trains1 eoneetat Rowlavij . fchd" 'in.ve86gtionV!falri8bto.tlffn,iteo,f ,W than of tho mctuls, if thero had tT T uen, growers ot xBiLKincHjot ivo siocir Ir food, and raSby otbfera UCT'cTannor bccn&o 'demonctizatiouJ.Loth gold aud (near Maiuoru wrttt Otntlieratmt Gat Kitoxy i!Ic, XoilBt;Uft a'iuWnwqtflK ,, -- - ' . .ThoHMfi.'Gj S&ear. ojearn lugs. KaiwK'OTeartTitfvBl- - points. .1 -oCttCwoierforecrf tho aiicr would-i." "Sij AI -- in aeiomtar that tht f akww18T. Vvl?ackv swSaetnTlitf r j.mmf&q.i thgrmt ! In JWt speqgik ur noJc'fbiib6d. hetwe in ttMHttrttttatattOM - Torldiii tof twr. workers r6ir$W L or of " '?g3rjrat ms n. uwnqw wy m cent Was anybody badly hurt? Look over tho papers of that timo aud seo if you can find any com- h such misleading documents as tho report about which so much has been said. Examino that report carefully and you will find that tho working-me- n in all tho trades mentioned in it th do not together number quite as many as tho farmers of the country. And their method of treating this subject accounts for a very largo part of tho ill humor among farmers. In spito of tho census and common sense, our alleged statesmen and economists insist on treating the subject as if the farmer were not a laboring man. A congressional committee is appointed to go out and prove that wages have risen, and of courso they prove But how? They take tho highest wages paid to the most skillful laborers in tho h i g h est priced cities at the busiest season of tho year. As a rulo they take only thoso laborers who aro in well organized trades unions, although they aro but a tenth of tho laborers of the s. Y. Herald. country, and they aro extremely Careful not to take into the account tho number who aro earning no wages at all, which is a pretty considerable item when you reflect that in Ohio, for instance, the coal miners only averaged 148 days of full work last year. If you will tako all laborers, especially all who produce tho necessaries of life from the toil, and count lost time, you will find that since 1873, except in cases whero they havo been abnormally kept up by trades union methods, wages have declined in tho same ratio ns commodities. The Farmers' Meager Income. A riso In the prico of necessaries then would of Itself bo a riso In tho wages of 60 per cent of tho laboring producers. But would it stop there? Certainly not Tho farmers would first pay their pressing debts and set tho money in motion. They would then supply themselves with thoso things they havo wanted so long and been compelled to do without. All tho country merchants and all tho country one-four- foro we get down to a real gold basis it is much to bo feared that MM thorc will bo something liko general ban repu- it diation. Just con Puck. sider this fact: Tho national, state, provincial, municipal and railroad debts of tho world, those debts which aro funded and permanent, tho interest only being paid, now amount to at least $40,000,000,000, 0 and the interest on it is over per year. IT NOW TAKES ALMOST EXACTLY TWICE AS MUCH WHEAT, BEEF, CORN, 2,000,-000,00- PORK, COTTON AND OTHER EX- PORT PRODUCTS TO PAY THAT INTEREST AS IT DID WHEN THE DEBTS WERE CONTRACTED. DOES HONESTY REQUIRE THAT THE LABORING PRODUCERS OF THE WORLD SHOULD PAY 100 PER CENT MORE THAN WAS ORIGINALLY CONTRACTED FOR? "Well, granting that many thing3 havo been dono to tho injury of tho farmer, what can wo do at this lato day to remedy them?" A Word of Counsel. Wo can at least revcrso tho machine. Wo know "what has hurt us, and we can put a stop to it One man just now stands for all that hns hurt the farmer. William McKin-lc- y is tho politi- u cal incarnation of thoso enormous land grants and subsidies mm Jr i WV r "x. value. Tho discovery of ntinn.ln,,, ....,n3 if IUU t t ,l,n UUUUUUUt IUIUU) Kll rfe.) America reduced in tho y nfteenth centnrv tbo value of gold and silver in Europe to about a third of what it had been before. 1 1 plaints from tho Atlamfflitftya: "Gold farming regions. not econaud silver, HkoiveTflihcr Do (vrnimvlifp rnrv in tlirvPT- omists of nil "scIicS - agrco tho i2"TC2rs Judgo. a (m W artisaus immediately dependent on tho farmers, which made millionaires by tho hundreds ; of tho war tariff in timo of peace, which transferred In values from tho west to tho east and from tho country to tho great cities; of tho FJfl such as blacksmiths, cob blers, carpenters, painters md tho like, would im mediately sharo in tho gain, and all others in tho improvement duo to a COUN-TRYTTP:A- banking system, tho dcmouetiza- Commercial Advertiser, tlon of Silver and tho enormous increaso in tho power of gold; of Crvdit Mobilier and force bills, of vastly increased government expenditures and every extravagant schemo for building up great corporations. He represents it all and glories He tells yon with reIn representing freshing candor that if he can havo his way you shall havo a great deal moro of that sort of .hing. A voto for him is a voto to indorse it all and open tho way to a much greater advanco in tho same direction. A voto for him is n voto for national T M 1 -- 1 .J 1 i : OG Stanley-Jcvonsandbya- ll i rl Ma' pe-rio- -- X exo-at- o 6a A HE-BO- RE. ' &m 1 y r - st l. & n; e. e. .. f. CEN-EIJR- Y woT-'-iwid- o - fr rCi -- r .,., J 1 Y Out-coh- ig - 3 -- " pro-ducHi- '". '- , -- tetaiL-wOB- e -- ft idpe -... s&c. sF s"K. "$1 CA XZ: x ii,,. j oi4 ig&ag.Ti -'? .. ''&.B3$KLfc.4it:yEtii--s - -- Vj is-- " - Lr - ( v-- m . '- "" Ci "3 1 , V S Ei I i i .. ? ' , - - '7- - . yy r- - V '' "STi." l-b'sc llBBHm1 Ptil 5 iMIJI f - . t , , A,'- - es-'txj-- - x5t-i ' ""'"'l orsJ Spots onpz oer oppressed the public and robbed it. You have yourself learned by experience as a leader of Congress how powerless even honest men are in that body to resist tho machinations of monopoly. Yon have seen successive administrations so far paralyzed by the baleful influence of these conspiracies as to refuse even to enforce the statute laws enacted for their restraint You have seen the discontent which now thieatens us with wildly destructive policies grow before your eyes out of this situation. What do you propose to do about these things if yon are elected ? Will you use all your power as President to compel the enforcement of r '" ' a? r . l --- ? .. THE CLIMAX. rUBXJSHED KVKST WXDXE3DAT BT ANOTHEIUITERARY FAILURE. dis- I ! "Tho New Bohemian" has continued publication. It was Btart-j- d in Cincinnati a few months agot Tho Climax Printing Go. and had an ofllce in PJkes Opera house building1. Expenses Were to PRICE PER YEAH, $1.50. jxeat for the income, so said. Hut were known, the S1.25 if the "exact facts IN ADVANCE, concern probably sold out to some parts. When a southWEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 189(5. northern ern literary magazine begins to get in tho way of the northern periodiADVERTISING HATES. cals, it is bought out, Tho South O H H 52 O and West are large and rich enough s O " " S to have a literary magazine. Z S S SPACE. i 2 "OLD DEMOCRACY." "" 2 i 50 3 50 7 00 00 Inches, i t it Inches. 350 350 50010001500 4 Inches. 300 400 60012001900 5 Inches. 3 50J 500 7 50 15 00 33 00 z 3 J i oo J 75 ? I Inch ::: "" s. : roses, sweet peas, mignonettes and others beautiful flowers, by a lady jsho said: "All the flowers that grow in Carilon are not for Mr. McKinley." The "boy orator of the Platte," made a speech, in which ho paid McKinley a high compliment aud added .that this is not a contest between persons. "It mtters little to the American people whether your, distinguished townsman or myself as indsviduals occupy the cheif executive position in tho greatest nation upon earth. But it does matter for what policies a president shall stand. And in this campaign persons are lost sight of in the interest of tho cause which those person TO MR, M'KINLEY. N. Y. .Vorld You are making a fatal mistake. You know, as every intelligent Republican knows, that tho hope of your election is founded upon your.oxpectation of carrying New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, with their 63 normally Democratic electoral votes You know that your friends are depending also upon Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin, with their 51 voles, to offset the almost certain loss of every Republican State west of the Mississippi. More than this, they are hoping to carry certain Southern States, notably Kentucky, which seems more likely than Indiana to support you. Yon know that your only hope of success lfes in your ability to win Democratic votes in the States named, every one of which was Democratic in 1892. Yet in your Canton speech of last Saturday you said many things calculated to render it difficult for Democrats to vote for you. You have repeated and emphasized their substance in your letter of acceptance. You said iu your speech: "My fellow-citizen-s, the people have a chance this ear to take the Wilson law off the statute-book- s and put a good American protective tariO inits place?" You repeat in your letter of accep- A LETTER FROM JOHN G fee; ! the Anti-Tru- st and Inter-Stat-e Com- : : : : : : : : i : : : joJijjJ 50? ;oc ti oc 17 3 y oc r 3o!. 4 Colw 1 Col. ng Co!. 400 600 900 1800 370c 6 00 9 00 13 00 27 00 40 00 8 00 is 00 17 75 34 50 50 00 io 00 15 00 21 sor 42 on 60 oc 28 34 40 60 So 100 7; 5c oc oc oc notices 10 cents a line for first In sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of rexpeet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. DEMOCRATIC FOK TICKET. PKESIOEXT, 1VM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOK VICE PRESIDENT, AUTHUR SEWELL, of Maine. ron congress. JOHN B THOMPSON, of Mercer county. FOK JUDGE OF THE COVET OF ArTKALS. W. S. PRYOR, of Henri County. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- FOK JAILER. James C. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the tdc action of the Democratic pari j'. i a candidate for Jailer A. T. Fish of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party, tdc didate for Superintendent Public Instruction for Madison county, suIh ject to the action of the Democratic tdc. p trty. KOK foh suit, puhmc ixstkuctiox. Mks. John Williamson N a can- SUl'EKIXTENDKXT SCHOOL". OK ITBHC J. W. Waokks is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action tdc of the Democratic party. CLERK MADISON CIIU'UITCOUKT. S. H. Tiioki'i:, Jk incumbent, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action tdc of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. H. II. Colyer is a candidate for Shcriir of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. tdc FOR COUNTY ASESOK. is for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic James C. Miller a candidate tdc party. THE UOLD-BU- G PROSELYTE. rPrlrrti-dl """"f -j jw" J l I pau !- -- ground, . county, was tprt.F'i;j,-0idottlic ampA.-- ; sSfZ the rich to richer And the poor man poorer, too; My head U set I'll vote, you bet. crew. For all ihe 1 couldn't have my way you know. by the lake. At the convention Bo now to the llooslcr town I'll go tiikct nmk-- ; And a Gold-Hu- g We'll all be generals In command No privates will wc take We'll on McKinlej's platform stand. And with the Rads we'll "staHke!" There we will tell the people all That England rules us still-T- hat they rausthcarken to her call And let her rob our till; That bonds arc Just the thing for us In piping times of peace That tbeSHverite's a crazy cuss f V- -!i Kold-bUK lliiX r Plutocrats abt the cliauso you get. sec i That the Nation's "honor" is at stake-T- hat wealth must not be taxed; . That producers must low And we'll bear no questions "axed;" That the Anarchist and the Coram julst Are all in the silver host Although some Tools they will insist chief. Hcrr YoiM JVc've r TVhcn atgot their we convened. Ihicugo If there my side had won. i rankest traitor I'd have deemed roio bolting who are Jn(j branded him Tor future day ci'" So I could ne'er mist- - ko To help by vote to shelve away An ofllce htnkcring fkc! ' But oh. its different now you don't lulc. And glittering gold has made of mo A Plutocratic tool. I iired to be a Democrat, With all the name implied; or "Popocrat," But the bug price-stake- And all his followers gccscl i . ; led by the demonetization of silver and the failure of the government to provide an annual increase in the volume of money equal to the increase in wealth and papulation". If the value of property and commodities had doubled at the same time that the value of the mouied securities doubled there would have been no injury to the debtor class. If the debts had doubled and the price of commodities remained as before, the people might have endured the burden and paid their indebtedness and had something left. O'crcainn me till I died! Wo don't expect to put our man Unfortunately the same policy that chair-B- ut In tho Presidential doubled the value of their indebtedwe can then we'll do the ness reduced tho value of their proTo put McKinley there. f. For he will suit us quite as well ducts A Dubuque drayman As any other could. said reeentlj' that in 18G5 he paid 60 And then we'll have more bonds to sell and 70 cents per bushel for oats, but And par In gold at that. kept his team and family much easgone Democratic ier than in 1895 with oats at fifteen Arkansas has cents. by an increased majority. The national debt illustrates tho boss of the Union general situation of the country. In Debus, the labor advises all working men to vote for 18Git amounted to some $2,7o0,000-00In 1873 it amounted to Bryan. In 1893 to $1,200,000,000. In The Pantagraph has convinced it- principal and interest the people have self that the "Panic Circularof 1893"' paid more than four billions on their s, national debt, ami yet it would take heretofore presented in these was a "campaign fake," about 25 per cent, more of the prowas no cam- ducts of tho farm and factory to pay there paign in 1893; bnt then that is doing the twelve hundred millions of debt than it would to have paid the tolerably well for the Pant. whole amount in 1866. The National Democratic party In Even now we are not down to the tho Convention at Indianapolis, bottom of thegold basis, as our prices nominated TJ. S. Senator John M. on agricultural products are not low Palmer, of Ulinois, for President, and enough to enable us to compete with Simon Bolivar Buck-ner,- silver using nations, whoso labor lf costs less than Kentucky, for that of ours, two superanuatcd gentlemen, who and whose money with which this hould be sent to tho homo for the labor is paid costs about as ;inflrin, and will be two months ours, thus reducing tho cost of their hence. productions to one forth that of ours. One of tho political parties proposes NO DECEIT. to maintain the gold standard till England has satisfied her greed and Tho bravest man that ever advo- will voluntarily escape. Tho other cated a principle l)efore a people is party says this foolishness must Wm. Jennings Bryan. to an end and that the United He said In hisspeech at Cleveland: coico must coin and use her own silStates "If you arc opposed to free coinage ver instead of selling it to foreign naof silver you ought not to vote for tions at half price. Which political me, for I assure you that if I am party deserves the support of the elected tho mints of the. United voters? Dubuque Telegraph. States will bo thrown open to the coinage of silver dollars, so soon as BRYAN UC MCKINLEY'S TWON. by law it can be done." Most men desiring to be elected to An exchange says; ofllce, mince words and aim to catch A tremendous crowd greeted Bryboth ways, but none can bo deceived an at CaritoiitOMtheJhonieof McKin as to the intended policy of Mi. ley, wherh y?a&&matd with a Bryan. , luge NWHMwfiwwimiiea rt intelligence of the people is underestimated by the Boltocratic party, if indeed, it is entitled to the distinction of being called r party at all. The public is aware that the Boltocrats have selected as an emblem the picture of Jefferson, surroundUSED IN THE DISCUSSION ed by hickory leaves, with the intention of leading some to believe that they are the true representatives of the old Dem- Of the Currency Question Are ocratic faith, as taught by Jefferson, and Dissected that he iavorcd national bank circulation. Just as they do. Bead what he said January 14, 1S14: "I have ever By W. H. Wilcox, of New been the enemy of banks, not those disYork City. counting for cash, but those foisting their And thus own paper into circulation. banishing our cash, my zeal against He Handles the Difficuelt Subject in an Able Manner Olher Political News. those institutions was 60 warm and open at the establishment of the banks of the United States that I was derided A letter to J. B. Gest, of this city, from V. II. II. Wilcox, of New York, gives as a maniac by the tribe of bank mongers, w ho were to filch from the public consideration of some phases ol the discussion ol the money question that are their swindling and barren gains." Mr. Wilcox ia a often misunderstood. SUCH BOSSES NOT NEEDED. former Cincinnatian and well known here. The part of his letter relating to is marvelously the matter at issue is as follows: The Courier-Journjealous of the independence of the 'It seems to me that in all the discus- judiciary, when the action of the Su sion of the money" question that not pi eme Court is criticised on the consti enough attention is given to the terms tuiiouality of au Income Tax Law. Bute ued; for instance, the terms standard of few years ago when the questions arisinp values, intrinsic values, are terms that under the various reconstruction acts should never be used. Thete can be no were before the Federal Courts nom standard of values, never was any. Valwere louder in denunciation of judicial ues never 'stand.' The term, 'measure venality and partisanship than this sami of values,' seems to me to be correct, as Tin all values are liable to monetary change; organ of the Kentucky bolters. people of this country hold it as a sacred for instance, if there is but little money right to express their opinion of tin and very much in demand, money will action of their servanls whether in tin be dear. If, on the contrary, theie is an legislative, executive or judicial departabundance of money and not so much ments of the fame. Judicial eminence wanted, money will be cheap. The law is no more sacred than a Senatorial togs of supply and demand, applying here as and the fact that they are appointed b it does everywhere, bnt the use of the the executive for life should not excludi word standard helps to destroy this idea the great body of the people, througl of supply and demand as applied to their representatives in convention anr money, and should never be used. So their ballots at the polls from expressing many grains of gold and so many grains their belief that the opinion which hold.' of silver are the measures of valve, hut a large proportion of the property of thn these measures are subject to change in country exempt from the burdens of value. taxation, unfair and therefore wrong "Again, intrinsic value carries to the l Xo public otlircrs arc our fervar.t average mind something akin to a dijtir masters, they sit in judgment 01 vinity in coin. No one can give you a tin satisfactory definition of it. It should our interests, but we proles: press or platfotm.th.it fmbi ".-- the piopli never be used, as nothing on the globe sajing wliat they thii.k of t!.eir actions lias any intrinsic commercial value. It has use value. It is only the use that FACTS TELL THE STORY. gives gold and silver 'value. If it has an intrinsic value, it is intrinsic The !e.--t orators and d't lain.Tf. art chemical or medical value. Then the employed by the gold ndocates,niui use of the word standard helps to conthey expect to win by much speak- found in comparison with things that ing and elegant language. The ques- are standards, as the yardstick and tion is one of statistics and figures pound weight That is, they confounijj and not oratory. The indebtedness the absolute with the relative. The of the United States according to the yardstick being a certaijffractional part Secretary of the Treasury, census re- of a cerlaingcJ6 of longitude, is neces- ports, interstate railroad commission 35;ii v ai. absolute measure, as it will and J. H. Walker, M. C, gold only change as Divine Providence changis as follow es the degree of longitude. But money "" United values are purely relative. The commercial value of any one thing always .'V.Tid cities $1,135,210,14:. .fve' depends on its relation to other tilings. tlroads. intort:ite f If to the $300,000,000 of gold in sight in 10,190,658,07h (omission the United States you would Indebtedness on farms add $4000,000,000, you would soon see 2,132,919,5ir money value was relative. Money would and homes On corporations and unbe much chaeper. But add to your improved real estate $3,."i)0,000,00( yardstick 4,000 more yards, and the orig-yar- d would remain exactly the same. $20,477,9S2,03T) Total, "The term 'honest money,' as applied By adding debts of individuals, to gold standard, should never be used chattel mortgages, floating debts of by bimetal'.ists, for it is the most dishonrailroads and other corporations, est money ever conceived by the miud loans and collaterals and commercial of man. The debts made ftom 1S61 to indebtness of all kinds, Mr. Walker lSGo, that are yet to be paid, are collectestimates the total indebtedness of able in what is equivalent to a seven-dollthe people of the United States indidollar. This is about the differvidually and collectively to be ence in the war dollar and the present g)ld dollar. At the close of the The .estimated value of all the war they could have paid the property real and personal in the whole war debt, and for the slaves, with United States is about $70,000,000,-00- 0. less of the things Uncle Sam produces than now they,cou!d pay the $1,000,000,-00- 0 As a burden "to be sustained by the of war debt remaining. wealth of the country, there is no "Be careful of the terms used." question about the load being doub"V. II. II. Wilcox." It is amazing hov the represent. " TERMS merce laws? Will you urge upon Con gress the enactment ot further legislation to give effect to the purpose of the people in the passage of the laws we have? Or will you surrender to the will of the campaign-fund al contributors ? 3. Will you select as your Attorney General some favorite trust lawyer whose appointment will ass re the monopolies against molestation, or will you seek out some one for that oflict whi will respect his oath and obey aud enforce- the law, some one who will compel a'l his district attorneys to do their duty ad t1n law requires and as the people demand? . 4. Will you, if elected primarily to avert the revolutionary tendencies that threaten us, rest content with that temporary result, or will you do what you tance: "We had in 1892) a protective tariff can to root out the causes that have bred under which ample revenues were col- such tendencies ? What means will you lected for the Government, and an accu employ to restore our Government to mulating surplus which was constantly legitimate popular control and to loosen applied to the payment of the public the hold upon it of the influences that now so sorely afflict and distort it? debt." 5. You tell us that your party, if inAgain you misrepresented Democratic trusted with power, will, provide ample legislation and its results by saving : revenues. But in what fashion? Will "They are devoted to this you recommend to Congress to impose and destructive policy, and were still heavier burdens upon consumption, chiefly instrumental in putting upon the or will you urge that superfluous wealth statute-book- s tariff legislation which has be made to bear its share? Will you destroyed American manufacturing, recommend an increase in the tax on checked foreign trade and reduced the beer, without the fear of the rich brewers demand for the labor of American suggest inyour eyes, work-ingmen- Editor Climax: There is at present in our roantrj much solicitation in reference to ur fi Is what gives Hood's SarsapariUa Its great nancial condition. popularity, its constantly increasing There are some things however jriiich sales, and enables It to accomplish it) can be seen by those who aie utithei wonderful and unequalled cures. The statesmen nor politicians. combination, proportion and process One is that we have too much debt used In preparing Hood's Sarsaparllla re unknown to other medicines, and and too little money money available, make Hood's SarsapariUa and which will pay all debts. A gold basis, will make this little, less and less available. We now have in the United l;tafes It cures a wide range of diseases becauB ot Its power aa a blood puriOer. It acts $15C,618,0C0 Treasury directly and positively upon Ihe blood, $103,4:7.876 the banks In and the blood reaches every nook and $260,0''5.876 Total corner of the human system. Thus all cot lo There arc in gold $376,220,0So the nerves, muscles, bones and tissues come under the beneficent Influence of cated hoarded up not iu the hands of the government nor in the hands of the common people; this the people knDw. We have then $200,000,000 of gold as the basis of all the other money of the Merit Ji ( JL 2 C U c . Jti -HI - K 3 ( 1 (o Peculiar to Itself ( JlSW v mr VL (ft m ( A t) e M tt fj j 61 tii country -$l- ,379.G50,850-.National ." Again you say that the people of the country "Are only waiting now for a chance to register again all along the line unitedly e their opposition to this heresy in the general election next November " Still again you speak of tha Wilson tariff as free-trad- n-i- 'i$-mfU- . one-hal- 0. $1,860,-000,00- 0. co'-um- to-d- ay or of Vice-Presiden- t; one-ha- ono-ha- lf -- -- We submit tlicse to voifin nllsJKSerifyi'for answer not to this news As a newspaper absolutely independent, one which has no one toeriTJut paper oui io me country, upon your answer to them, or your refusal to anthe public You of election aremakhi.a great mistake. You are swer,iu the result partthis year's will important depend. jepiwiing Democrats. You are offending independent thought- FEEBLE MINDED INSTITUTE The men whose votes you must have BURNED. to secure your election aroDem in order ocrats They have changed none of their convictions since 1S92. They have abanFire was discovered at two o'clock yesdoned none of their principles. They are terday afternoon in the eastern wing of as stoutly opposed as ever to that policy the Feeble-Minde- d Institute, and three of excessive protection which you thus hours later the magnificent building was assure them they mu&t vote to reestab- a smouldering ruin. The city fire delish if they vote for you. partment was notified by telephone as If thtS" Democrats incline to give sup- soon as the fire was discovered and went port it is not because they accept your at once to the scene. political faith. It is not because they love Dr. lluffand the teachers worked noyou. It is not because they Jove your bly in bringing out the children, and party, because the reverse is true. succeeded iu getting all. out safely. The When you insist upon giving a com- fire originated in what ia known as the plexion of the strictest partisanship to rag room on the fourth floor. Thisrocm your candidacy you deliberately repel is used as a storage room for scraps from votes without which your election is a the sewing room. Dr. Huff's theory remanifest impossibility. When you tell garding the origin of the fire is that a these Democrats that your election will match must hive been swept up with put au end to all they have done for tax the rags, and that a mouse gnawing the reform and to all their hopes of doiug match started the blaze. more, you invite opposition where you When the fire department reached tho have a pressing need to court support. scene, it was discovered that the pumps Is it not foolish aud fatal thus to trifle of the institution would not throw water with conditions at once so vital and so with force enough to have any effect on delicate ? the blaze. When it was seen that no water could be used, messengers were you stand for sent back to the city for dynamite with campaign In this honest money. The facts and the which to blow up the east wing, with the arguments presented in your letter of ac hope that the fire could be confined to ceptance against the independent, free that wing of the building, but before the and unlimited coiuage of silver at the dynamite came the fire had burned into existing ratio have not been presented central and western wings, and the dymore strongly in any public utterance on namite would have proven unavailing. k this questiou. You did well in giving Every effort was now made to save the this question the first place in your let- furniture, and reveral hundred people ter, and especially in promising, if elect- lent willing assistance. A great deal of the furniture was taken ed, to "'employ all proper mean's to promote an international agreement." But out but most of it was badly broken up, upon the silver issue you will inevitably some articles that were not moved far lose most if not all the electoral votes of enough from the building afterwards Republican States west of the Mississippi, burned. Some of those trying to get the and especially of the sage brush and furniture out of the building did very mining States which were admitted to comical things. One man rescued two the Union by your party solely to secure cakes of ice and brought them out and laid them carefully on the grass where to it a larger lease of power. Bureaus and washstands you want to make good these losses they melted. If it must be by securing electoral votes in were tlirown from the upper stories and Democratic States east of the great river. smashed to kindling wood on the ground and pitchers beneath. Many wash-bowl- s You cannot succeed merely as a Repubwere thrown from the fourth s'ory, and, lican candidate ou the narrowly Republican doctrine which you so unwisely put strange to say, some did not break. Transfer wagons were sent for, and the at the fore in your Canton speech and furniture lying about the yard was gathrepeat in your letter of acceptance. ered up and taken to the workshops, Nor is this all. The people in both parties are looking which will be used as sleeping quarters net without anxiety to the character of for the inmates until other arrangements your prospective administration. They are made. All of the inside walls fell one after Oscar Patterson, of Ewell, Ten- are asking questious which ittnay notbe nessee, died at Junction City ear- amiss to formulate here for your consid- another, anU only the outside walls are standing. At one time the fire threatly yesterday morning from injuries eration. le received Wednesday night in a 1. Will you actually urge upon Con- ened to destroy the frame workshops, collision with Dr. W. B. Dunn, gress, on the plea of revenue needs, as which are about three hundred feet from the main building. Flying embers setof Shelby City. Mr. Zan Tribblo, your letter too plainly indicates, the in substance of the act which tled ou the roof several times, but were who reported the death to tho Advocate, says that tho young man was bears your name? Have jrou forgotten promptly thrown off by the volunteers on years old and was that the effect of that act was to reduce the buildings. about twenty-on- e Immediately after the fire department the son of W. W. Patterson, who revenues by $88,000,000? How do you to be section foreman for the dare to assert that your tariff'law yielded arrived on the ground another telephone used Louisville & Nashvillo railroad at an "accumulated surplus" in view of the message was sent, asking thai the engine Junction City. The dead boy, at undeniable fact that there was a deficien- he sent to the fire. Four horses we:e the time of the accident, was visit- cy in each of the last three months of Bjcured, and the engine was hauled aling the family of William Gooch, at President Harrison's term, and that Sec- most to the scene of the lire before itwns Junction City. The collision took retary Foster actually ordered the prepa- disoovcred that a piece of tho machine y place Wednesday night about eight ration of plates for a bond issue to meet of the engine had been scut to Cincin o'clock in front of Shelby & Shelby's a Treasury deficit aud an impairment of nati a few days since to be repaired, aud livery stable. Dr. Dunn was going gold reserve, which were finally passed it was hopelessly disabled. Governor Bradley was notified of the toward the Junction and Patterson on to vex his successor? Will you urge was coming from the other direction. the re enactment of this law in face of condition of affairs and immediately The moon had not risen, no street the foct, perfectly known to you, that it wired the Mayor of Lexington to send lamps were lighted, and the wheel- thus reduced the revenue, as it was down a fire engine. This order was counmen had no lanterns on their wheels. avowedly designed to do, aud the further termanded shortly afterward, when it They were both riding along at a fact that it has been twice overwhelm- was apparent that the engine could not rapid rate, unmindful of each others ingly repudiated at the polls, at cost of get here in time to be of any assistance. approach, and came with your ow n defeat for Congrua ? Will you The insurance on the building and terrific force. Ono of thorn, and per- insist upon treating your election for tie workshops amounted to $55,750, but only been riding at sake of sound money as a cotnmissiui about $47,000 of this was placed ou tho haps both, must-hav- o groat speed, for they wore both ren- from the people to a financial properly burned, as follows : $35,000 on dered uuconscious by this collision. system so obnoxious io them ? building proper ; $3,000 on heating ap2. Why are you so silent with regard paratus, exclusive of engine and boiler; Patterson lingered until early the cernext morning when he dicd-froto trusts, monopolies and other encroach- S2U0oTi IjpHer; $800 ou engine; $3,000 a lucid inter- ments of plutocracy? As a man familiar on, water and gas fixtures, and $5,000 on ebral hemorrhage val of only a few moments. Dr. with tho political history; of your lime furniture,- - all of. this property was lost I Dunrt was not seriously injured, but ' - with the exUepttofi'of what furniture was very, much distressed bver the von must understand how!vUartthismat ot voters. rYoa. toKeuA . of the jbuildtu. Iratikfort. i ter. kin the estimation deatfrof Patterson. Danville Advb- Bjttk &&& oateSH' welfaie-e-wanTyoar "Free-trad- e legislation, which has already resulted so disastrously to the American people and entailed upon the Government deficient revenues, upon the people diminished trade abroad and starvation wages at home." You run counter to the facts and to the opinion of every intelligent aud honest observer in attributing the panic of 1893 to the fear of a tariff reduction ordered by an overwhelming majority of the people, rather than to thecuuiulative effects of a debasement of the currency and the menace of a descent to the silver basis under the operations of the aud inflation act of 1890. silver-purcha- or will you before stead a higher duty upon clothing and other common necessaries of life? 6. Will you favor and approve the submission of an amendment by which to constitutionalize a just tax upon superfluous incomes, or will you insist upon leaving the burden of Government support mainly upon those who earn their bread iu the sweat of their faces? 7. Will you resolutely set your face against further bond issues in time of peace? Will you refuse to dicker with bankersyndicates to protect the Treasury on commission? 8. Finally, is your hostility tofree silver coinage resolute enough'to resist strong temptation ? Would vou have the courage to veto a tariff bill framed to your liking, if it should come to you with a "rider" upon it ? and this, as Senator Sherman admits, is the only tariff bill that the Senate will consent to send to you. free-silver '&jg yk by-cyc- or re-ele-ct aftr ness over $20,000,000,000. axiom of finance "that all the property and labor required to pay debts must be valued in proportion to the quantity of money with which debts can be paid." The amount of real money with which debts can be paid is small ; consequently prices for labor and produce are small. Whilst the government has, sinco '76, coined legal tender silver dollars, it lirs by other legislation and treasury constructions left the silver dollar a kind of "token" mony not really legtl tender in all cases. While itiatrue the golu dollar has a large purchasing power, the poor cannot get hold of it. It is iu the hands of the rich and they are hoardh c it others are speculating on it making corners, combines for increased wealth. This, men of wealth can do where there is the one special basis. It is said "if you vote to bring in silver equal with gold, then gold will retire and wo will have hard times. We reply, to the farmer and day laborer the hard times aie already here. Also as we have shown, the 300,000,000 of gold outside of the banks and U. S. treasury is already retired. Also, witlijreed silver the opportunities to speculate on gold, the one medium, will he taken away and gold will have to come out, for men will no, bold gold forever without profit. it men we win nave an expensive clumsy metalic basis, then let us have true bimetali8in silver and gold at a fixed rath) the silver and gold dollar of equal purchasing power and legal tender for all financial purposes. It will be said the interest on goern- ment bonds must be paid in gold so the present administration construes the contract, but the letter of the contract docs not. Also most of those bonds were bought with dollars worth at that time only 60 cents; if now paid off in silvei there would be no injustice; also many bonds are to be paid only in coin. Then let coin be freely coined. Let the gold man ;come to the government mint with his --bullion ; even with somejnissjonary earring in it. The gov- rernment will take charge of it fix the fineness and weight "regulate the price thereof," affix the government stamp ; then it will be a gold dollar not the bullion with its commercial value, but the bullion, with the weight fineness, "price thereof fix" and government stam p t his is a gold dollar honest sound. Now, equally free, let the silver man come with his bullion, even if he should bring some Mexican dollars iu with it The government mint will take charge of all.fix the "finenesd,"the weigh t,"regulate the price thereof," irrespective of commercial values ; affixed the government stamp ; then the bullion, thus modified and qualified, will be a "souud cilverdol lar" au "honest" dollar worth a hundred cents its purchasing power a hundred cents. There would then be no longer a gold monopoly. The people would have at least two chances against combines instead of one. Capital would then diffuse itself into something else than gold speculations. Some one will ask, how about the nested gold from import taxes. I reply, if the"fiat"wasin my hands I would find out some other plan than that of a tariff paid in gold. I would wipe out the whole tariff business; and for the support of go eminent, I would accept Bryan's "inconie tax" levy a tax on every man to the extent of his wealth and by.vigilent means collect it. Thus he who would.have much to be protected would pay much for his protection. This would be simple justice, and the time is not far distant when this policy or something like it, will be neod-e- d for the safety of the rich and the peace of societv outraged nature w ill not always remain quiet. The average tariff is 40 per cent. The amount received by the laborer is 19 per cent. Nearly nine tenths of the nations wealth is invested in manufacturing interests. Now, does an interest that yields 21 per cent need a high protective tariff, and that at the expense of the people; for they pay the tariff on what they consume and thus the consumer pays a revenue, not on the property he onwsbutou the necessary things he consume?. Ofien this is more with the poor man than with the rich ; aud thus the poor man would pay more for the support of the. government than the rich property holder. This is not just. Then let us sweep away this tax on that which the people consume. A few years since our Republican neighbors said so did so in reference tq sugar. They'thtu said it is better to protect 60 millions of consumers than give'a monopoly of profit to a handfull of capitalists. So we would now lift tariff from all consumers and by an income tax let tl.a wealth of the nation pay the expenses of protection. But there is, to this nation, a far greater financial embarrasment than the gold bn&is on protective tariff; that embarras-nieis the liquor traffic. Tint traffic abstracts from the legitimate chanuels of industry $500 000,000 of our circulating medium It foraen's discord and crime. It lias enlisted in its caloons murder shops t- e work .ruin, ior time and eternity of 600,000 4Mple. Before this gigantic wrong He two great political parties are dumb. They are afraid to speak least they loo?e the balot of the liquor power. This evil is not only a social one, bat is in the politics of our country is legalized. This desolating evil can be overthrown, not by mere moral suasion, bjit must be removed by political action fijr The ho;e it lives by political-actiothen, is the building up of apolitical party like the National Prohibition pari'y which has for its object the prohibition of the liquor traffic, government isocij of tlfo national currency, enlistment iif woman suffrage, the breaking up of mil- nopolies and promotion of other objects of reform. Let us work for such. JOHN G. FEE. Berea, Ky. Sept 3, 1896 nt n. indebtNow it is an Hood's SarsapariUa FlliS A BROOD MARE. OMING III X" ROM 3 The One True Blool Purifier. $1 per bottle. euro Liver Ills; easy to UJcfi, easy to operate. 25c. HOOd S 0) A. C. Dunn, of this county, is indeed a child of fortune. He bought n brood jnarc ol Mr. II. Chancellor a few weeks ago for $46 and took her to the London Fair and won nearly that amount. Besides winning the roadster ring with her lie got sev- WITH 1 1 IMMENSE STOCK OF 1 1 AN 6) i S) J (3 eral other premiums. Interior Journal. ONLY o 000 IN KENTUCKY. John A. Crutcher, who travels all through Kentucky and Tennessee for a Chicago furnishing goods house, was in Versailles Friday. John is confident that Bryan will sweep the country. "I find tliincs right here in Central Kentucky more uncertain than "anywhere else in the State," said he. Southern and "Western Kentucky are solid fjr the Chicago ticket. I do not believe that the third ticket will get over 5 000 votes in this State." Versailles Sun. SSfASS&vg2&S $SSS3$5SSSSSS$SS3S33S3C-$SSSSS5SSSS.WW-k-t-s.- -- FEL DRYGOOD S ) 6) (6 e) DIAMONDS, CLOCKS MEASURE OF VALUE. Silver bullion at 67 cents per ounce will buy just as much of the products of the farm as the coined doilars of like weight would have purchased in 1872, when silver was $1.20 per ounce, when, indeed, it sold for a premium over that price in gold, says tho Salt Lake Tribune. In India there has been no change in the standard. The worker in India works for the same number of rupees per month that he did in 1S72, and with his wages buys just as much as he did then, In i872 England bought American Silver bullion at $1.32 per ounce, and with it bought Iiulimrwlieat and cotton. Now she buys American silver bullion at 67 cents, ships it to Bombay and. has it coined, and with the coin Ijuys twice as much for every ounce of silver as she did then. This product so purchase is brought to England, and the prices of it establish the prices of it established the prices on this side of the Atlantic. The same is done in Egypt, for, in fact, is as much a colony of Great Britain as India is. In tho same way in Bombay England coins a 372 grain dollar for China. Now we would be glad if the gold press of the East would explain how long in its estimation it will bo Great Britain will give up this advantage? She keeps herself on a bo-fo- re WATCHES rAiHD I m Hi c wim JEWELRY. iSSSSSSSt- - w'SSS&SSs;- icnv !Wf'jrT iW r- - &i New and Nicely Selected Stock 3grrr,"'-. just Keceiven ana at sPK!Stn5B.7 ... m&zsz . muco' - ' fc VzZ iiviES -- Tlnsfiro o-. OS OOOOO 9 v3 i- - OLD GOLD is AN mi i o rsszs - THKEN ::::;. v &zj?z: -- Alt NS-SSSSSS WORK DONE on PimRT &?nv iba gold basis. Sho keeps such colonies as she can on a silver basis; sho buys her goods with silver depreciated in price ?0 percent.; collects herin-tcresin gold, which and dividends is ts i Z-jO appreciated 100 per cent.: she obtains food for her laborers at 50 per cent, below the normal price, textiles and other stock for her factories at the same rate; the- world is her debtor, and has nothing to pay in except raw products, which .'he obtains at half price, and still from President Cleveland and Mr. Carlisle down to the meane.st subsized gold bug sheet in the Union, there is nothing but a clamor for sound money,"' and mournful expressions over the dishonest men of the AVet who favor "soft" money. "Will some of these wise asses rise up and explain in somo reasonable way why the workers and producers of the East do not need silver money more than do the silver and gold miners of the West? LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. rum.isiiEn hy MAR- CT jS v a.- LiiZ-.CE- , Into .Ed".., a ffiodsrn PalaceK u r - Has H-ilI- s Rscsntly Been M Coavare-'.U I and K ltrnnc" liBD-KUil- a-- i I T lin r .' r' J i 2000 Yards oi Brilliant, New Ysivat Carpst Adorn tho F'ooi - - - Of !) Vl'l'tlM PAllLDKS HAl.l. - Offices and Its Equipm 'iit.s Dining-Roo- m Beautifully liantly Lighted. or Decorated and Bri. ia t'l throughout ar- - without a. Sup-riCharge. C'oiihidtnvd .... B 0"T-TEE- SlO.OOO- Eq.-ndM- l Have Boeu in ThK RKTES $2 3t $2.50 PER .colt Ml! Ro -- it Imp-nv.-- m r D7-W- . glover a nuni-Err- , louis WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS, fl $ Jr., FREE Jlifli:w ,n A VII.LE TODACCO WAREHOUSE. Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3,292 hhds. with re ceipts for the same period 2,211 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st, amount to 122,416 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1895 on our market to this date amount to 114.539 hhds. e The offerings on our market this some fine colory hurley leaf, several hhds. of which sold as high as $25 per hundred and quite a number ol hhds at prices ranging from $16 to $25 The market is decidedly stronger on the colory tppe of hurley on all grades. There has also been some improvement n the medium to good red fillers The crop is being housed unpiecedently early and the weather conditions have been favorable to the crop. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco 1895 week-embrac- tw.K NK i- . a 1? SILVER IS? P'WY. 9"0Vr D!g What P EFFER'S NEfflftGi-it acis poweriu:ijr ana quicuj-- . cures wcu a Jtbers fall. Youm men rcsain lost d "ic!. t oicnrecovcrTOuthf.it vizor. AV.lutclvC!u-i-antec- I I K If you ar? afraid loose, for to t r I feur of a d u rency in tht fntnre, ; H ARMER'Sandpuiit i fa where A h L i a'l tftctt telt abvu or extents iin IrulUcTttion. Wards oil Insanltr ana conirmpt c: Don't let drupslst In pec a worthless sa! sutui" r tou hponri'O it yields r.BrenterproSt. fn PBCPEK'S f KUVIGOU. orlositcn z I si n4 ! Can be carried In vest pocict- - l'rcpr.id t i per. SI per box. or O for is.7. with .. I Written Ounractcc to Cure Sfniifr. Psmahl't free. Sold by rtruTsbits. A'i AtHDId-L- . ASs'X, Chleuso, Sold hy Richinon Drug Co and V . G White. auvoc,,. l.o.c lo Care A'lcht'yKznlsrlons. X.at i'oiv.-'- i either end Failing ofMemory, Wuslin i, Vlt.!!-Impotencv- .n d il will be mf?, i prices he is ofrrmg than, i be able to renlue a irt.t t V I '. pl-i'- u PJ(n Ns w ...HE PATS THE.. FROM No. 2. a crop: Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 00 Common colory trash 2 00 Medium to good col trash 3 50 Common lugs not co'ory 2 00 Common colory lugs 4 00 Medium to good col lugs 6 00 Common to medium leaf 5 00 Medium to good leaf 7 00 Good to fiu e leaf 12 00 Select wrappery leaf 15 00 The above quotations are not ble to green and frosted crops. to 1 50 to 3 50 to 5 00 to 3 00 to 6 00 to S 00 to 7 00 to 12 00 to 15 00 to 25 00 applica iampi n Edition. THE ARENA. FREIGHT. .YOU PAY FOR THE drink:Q c- - iSSSSSSSiPSSSSS?) STREET, NO. 8 SECOND Phone. Ko. 3. 00 YOU WAIT A t .br....- - Highest Honored AND Situation? CHEAPEST COLLEGE Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's AF Fair, ft V"Pr Siv TS ElK. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE QF KMM.Ei$HY .J .Jf n. J.Tm fcvvtl c rBB f cy jrrarf- - sir r copnacHTu. s w CREAM Unclo Sam's Crcwn of Thorns. " I will not aid to press down upon the labor this crown of thorns-Draw Tn ftjttcm f Dofc.kc9!S ! G'Dm' """i . . Cott to earlrt Idle" l.r!f "2L-miti. tool, nt bosrt. PJlnyT?' "r .. WTtU and Tetor?!T t;M. , mm louta teaks iuo rttlu. !!. 'y-HOW. Intact CDlTrniirDi..lm a" ''1-laett.tlnc 1 t: lilevd-In- fj of Cy" atiUtw f&e mvr & ia ""BUT Uvnlrr that ymrUUsr fore tnltr and adJr-- a Tttuk IJkil CoIW. tart thu not "T,, V- William Jes-nih- " Chicago, July 9,1886. Brtan. WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINOTOH, KY. o ' -- ' -- it"' . 'r :'- I5" - L1 r - M v. - ''".:' :"f r f ' '. ';NjaF & .V. - :-' -- TSj" i- si - " :r ... j"J-- : mhw oo?fWqipi? ot vu 7 mmahi(a f. flmi'rn nr lli.ll , Vinb j ol'rofkfr iikkic-iiknatke- nclfA! Jfc UaU1!v dm hnminrai Halil'iBrliiA WAITED Bwn'and women, at oocc W6.9Q a week eMily bmwIo t aklBg orders foe the Cm-palg- a BdHioa f tha Arena. A'fKCrape Qeamof Tartar Powder' Fttt territory tOMe, tuhiraw -taStJ Asm Ammonit, Alum or any other tfolNrM ttt ScM7v Jaw, nrw iwnwii canaw. -! ,. 1 i t I BAKING POWNffi All TOters ebould read the Campaign Edition Of Tha Arcni, which began with thejooe issue and runs to Novcatcr (Q months), price, ROWLrTAHSY iVs-:-. ONE DOLLAR. Send yosr sabacrlptsoa to BoslceM Ofice of this paps. . ' new oiscayjoiy. -- mwww A tew, muu uu iv 23 BII.USUItfu - WS rt ''" -y If vrz- MOST PJRFECIMADE. 'uPlwau-- l tTKA. CMrC3a, Ii &kdbvlSiMod'Dni!I Co- - jM 49 tkaks TtmwfjmotmJK . !'!,"f? rtifiBrt! ' Ti , eesTK-- f " " &i J ;i - :u i6 '.r y " V. lM ;vri ""--t ! - .J ; . J- - ' V, f 4k r -- ' - tra f. : J' ,j i Ita fpaarrarra&rjaBrrHrrHJE l I THE COUNY BASTILE. JaniorC. Miller is announced in man for Klien fc Son, and by refer- well. '' ence to their new ad. you will see Climax a candidate for Dr. C. H. Vanght and wife Teturn-e- d Tho work of .repairing and renovaAssessor of Madison county, subject that ho can supply your wants in homo from Trenton, Ky., last ting tho county jail was begun WedWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 - 1S9G to the action of tho Democratic par- dry goods, clothing, and many othweek, where they have beenvisiting nesday morning. All the old cells ty. Ho says ho sees a good chance er articles, so give him a call. fir, the past month the parents of ami inner stone walls are. being Bryan at Lexington Monday. Go! to win or he would not be a candiMr. John H. Emory, of Xicholasville, Mrs. Vaught. removed. When this is done, ;the SteerlostI See ad of J. "W. date. He is a son of the late Irvine was here last night. Mr. Tom Kinnard, of Paint Lick, big steel cells will begin. Tho work Miller, and therefore possesses tho Strode. stenographer in tho U.S. patent of- is under the supervision of Mr. P. L. finest official material. He will duly A Prominent Citizen to-da- THE CLIMAX, For Assessor. C M. Shearer has become sales R. Estill, was here Monday, looking EHrnrlliinriyiJTrr i i i il -- rr - .. - il' n&ft frlBfglsJsnisrrUfSJsl -- rJJElfrHJBrftySirrHJBffH i alaisJ CLOSING OUT SALE AT ir5la sral Ib iGz Circuit Court is progressing Xot a case of fever in Richmond this Minimor. Stray steers takon up by B. J. Francib. See ad. Danville has a cut-rat- e age by F. Weckesser. -- groeet y man- Rev. Wyatt's tent mooting at Bed Hou;e has closed. 'C 'H m lots were sold W. B. Smith, elector, will go to to speak. Irvine Valley View is on a boom five to-d- av lat week. Caldwell High School opened v ith a large attendance. Just think of it-- a circus Friday, and election ouly two months off. the 1 There was jut a little more "red cker" consumed Monday than for a long time. JJev. J. V. Parsons will preach at school-house, the Kavanaugh Aug. 13th. nejtt sun-da- y, Public Library now open for r ailing in room evory day, free, but -- mall charge for books loaned. Manager C. F. Molwrly has fixed ;i half rate on the Richmond and 1. viiitrton pike for the Bryan eaval-i.iTuesday. dt William Rayburn is seriously ill of his mother, Mr.--. lit- - Rayburn. I . For Jailer. E. M. Forbes, four mile-- - out on A. T. Fish, of Berea, is announced Ferry road, has sold 400 in Climax a candidate for barrel of corn at $1.10. Jailer oi Madison county, subject to A fifty-ac- re field of corn down the action of the Democratic party. alM.ut Poospy sold at a bar-r-- 1 He is a prominent merchant in his la- -t week, and these are gold town, never held a county ollice, but came within 17 votes of being elected -- t.mdard times. Magistrate in his District, which was Dykes has a French coin, then 275 Republican, and never spent J. imiii"- -, (sahnteeins) datee 1S10, a day in canvassing. He has invaria..it w a- - taken in at his grocery re-bly voted the Democratic ticket and is a hard worker in election- -. tl. Xalued at ten cents. at the home s to-daST-ca- D. M. Bright died at his homo on him. 4th avenue, in Richmond, Jast evenFor Sheriff. ing, September 8th, atG o'clock, of Colyor is announced in to- Bright's disease, after an illness of H.'H. day's Ci.ni ax for Shoriir of Madison nino months, aged probably 63 county, subject to the action of years. He was a native of Virginia, the Democratic party. Mr. Col- now "West Virginia; had lived here for nearly forty years. For twenty-fiv- e yor is too woll known to tho years, beginning just after the Madison for us to add anything to their knowledge of him. He has war, he was a shoe and hat merchant, bought .stock all over tho county for and was known all over this region many years, paid good prices and for his fair dealing. He kept the paid promptly. He has been a val- best stock to be found in the East, and had a large trade. He was one uable citizen in many other ways. of the best business men the town Died in Kansas. ever had, and leaves a largo estate. D. M. Bright was a most excellent T. F. Moore died at Burlington, citizen in every respect. He was a Kansas, recently, aged 70 years. He Presbyterian and Democrat. Leaves was the on'y brother of Win. L. a wife and six children Dr. HarMoore who resides at the "Old Vir- din Bright, of Knoxvtlle, "W. B., Laginia hou-e- " on the pike between cy, Misses Florrie, Annie and Laura. Kingston and Berea, and left this Not a Bridle Tour. county 30 years ago for the Platte Purchase in Missouri. He was a Robert Turpin and Miss McGuIre Baptist, a Mason and a Democrat. left the latters home at Shearer, this county, in a buggy, for church. They For Circuit Court Clerk. stopped in the creek for the horse to S. H. Thorpe, Jr., is announced in drink. The bridle came off and the Climax a candidate for re horse ran about two miles up Otter election to the office of clerk of the Creek, stopping only when he had Madison Circuit Court. He points thrown the couple out of the buggy. with pride to his services alreadj Mr. Turpin was not hurt but Miss rendered as a guarantee of what he McGuire received a severe gash in will do in the event of the forehead necessitating several No circuit court has any better clerk. stitches by the doctor. The wound He is a genuine Democrat and fully probably leave a scar. in sympathy with the people. peo-pleof to-da- appreciate any aid you may extend Passes Away. fice, Washington, D. C, has returned to the Capital, after a briefvJsit to his old home. i , Mr. Buck Watts, of Fayette county, formerly a merchant In .Richmond, was here Monday. He said his son Sel holds a $1,200 clerkship at Brunswick, Ga., and that Miss Fan nie is nt home. Mr. Richard White Miller has returned from a longsojourn at Hunts-villAla., and resumed the practice of law. His family will arrive at an early day. The entire community will bo glad of his return. '. e, MacDowell, of the Champion Iron Works, Kenton, O, Tho jail has been in bad shapo lor a long while, as several prisoners s, have proven themselves expert and, despite the watchfulness of the several jailers, would cut the bars. If the county court would erect a firstclass gallows in the rear of the jail and. then juries would draw the lines a little tighter on a few criminals, Garrard, (or any other county, for that matter) would not have so much need for a fine jail. yicholasville Journal. Isw-yer- m iri!;!!'irj3r.m3iEi-as!.iiEiii- FIRE : : : emttrp mvKnR.zcm.'TBrmBEm STOCK OF. STOR Si M mmt&m.ni2xzmx. Xi AS OTHERS SEE US. of all these conditions is The that it .i visitor from Mara were to judge he people of the United States by very tich of their talk about value and noney and credit, loans and currency, including some of the problems that were wrestled with and settled at the dawn of history and possibly by prehistoric man, he would conclude that we were one of the least intelligent nations on earth; that nowhere else was there 60 wide spread an incapacity to reason, no where else such a hopeless confusion of ignorance with wisdom. But he would judge wrongly, because from insufficient data. It is only in one domain of thought that a great portion of the Amer-ca- n public is roaming around in ignorance and superstition. There are cases of insanity on a certain subject while the mind i3 clear enough on all other subjects. In these cases it cannot be confidently predicted whether disaster will be escaped or incurred, 60 much de pends upon circumstances It is so with the nation and the currency question. We haye certainly sowed the wind ; we may possibly be lucky enough to escape reaping the whirlwind, ananwful touch of which we had in 1S93. In the mean while, the foreigners are holding back the calamity that Americans are scream ing for. Fred. Perry Powers, in :ep- - THE PENSIONER. Of all the special pleas made by th goldites.'theone address to the pensio er is perhaps the most reprehensih!. From whatever standpoint wespproach it the plea is not only devoid of merit in economics, but it is open to the seerast condemnation because of the spirit in for the climax which it is made. bank-ersjvho, In the first place the millionaire the world over, are at the head of the gold standard movement, endeavor to delude the old soldiers into the belief that they are peculiarly and exclusively his friends. Men who virtually control the world's Hmited'supply of cold, of the of the many physical ills, which vanish before preper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts 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 pi ;asant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. ThaMswhy it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when yon purchase, that yon have the genuine article, which is manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good haalth, 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 slillf ul physicians, but if in need of a laxitive, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. the-efore well-inform- With a better nature Gladness Comes understanding mi PMiEfi, Rmm) TftlLTL 3VSSJSSi VS7 -- iti-ci v4. W Sxat 3!SX"Si (fMh(Mrftgk Sl 2? fJZJ tZJ nlll rcjq m WILL BE CLOSED OCT AT FIRE PRICES fT nnPTl J V ! IVw CH I T Men's Suits Anv Price, Men's Pants Anv Price. NTTf" LN VT I ltovs' and Children's Knee Suits 50 cents. Youths Suits almost given away. I afSI jhJs SJRJ asHEZtNTSL 7tJ9 Men's Shoes, all sizes, very cheap. Roys' school shoes any price. Children's shoes 20 cents up. LADISS' SH0SS Ladies' shoes to close from 25 cents up. Ladies' slippers tiny price. SHOES I 0. ZBCT5T, o 7 ffhl?Vl PClark's N. T. Spool Cotton, 3 spools, 10c. life Ml Ladies' Dress Goods, all kinds, very cheap. Percale shirt waists 25c. all sizes. Ladies' wraps, all prices. Ladies' hose. 5c. up. Children's hose, two pair, oc. MEM'S Shirts, 25c; FURNISHINGS. Socks, 5c; Suspenders. 5c; Handkerchiefs, 5c. Eats Very Cheap. Ladies' Trimmed Hats to close out MIMsINERYl J. C ". ii- C ' Rev. L. M. "Wilkins, rector of cut logs have failed to nay him and Christ church, this town, ha.-- rel a c Iiitu iTery hanl straights fiuan- ceived a call from the vestry of St. He warns all pers-jtiwho wa fjr foreigners to ha Mire to have Paul's church, Maysville, Mo., and rk takes charge there im"26th hlfir. Mr"..1 tt e r ufljies tecured before porforming a 1 s id 15on liii says that parties for ai ho has been buying and cutting I Kw Rev. Wilkins Going Away. I.:' r R-- Carter Helm .lone- -, I). D., preach at the Raptor burcli Monday night 14, at 7:nn, at.. I t rv day thereafter during the k and perhaps longer at 10:30 a in .ml 7 pm. Christians of all df- -i "mi nations are cordiallv invited to atr nd all the service.. . Iiui-ville,w- ill - Wilkins administers Holy Communion and preaches bis farewell sermon to his people on Sunday next and would like to have as many of his friends and acquaintances present as may find it convenient to attend. Died in Estill County. J. R. Rowland left Richmond Sunday morning, for Waco, by way of Speed- (join down the hill near Mrs. Hell 11 J. White's, he lost his pedals, and thinking of breaking with his toe. u.is thrown off on an exceedingly rough place No skin was left from the edge i ins hair to his knee. He continued the journey, looking like a siga for a butcher u-- t fel.OJI. Ellen Warmouth,wife of Jas. Warmouth, died near Irvine, in Estill county, Ky on Thursday morning, Sptember 3, at 7 o'clock, of typhoid fever, after an illness of two weeks, aged 42 years. Was buried at White Oak church beside tier father, Wylie Christopher Member of the Missionary Baptist church for twenty years. Leaves her husband and five children. A good woman Mr- -. gone. Prof. Smith's Reliable College A ad of the Commercial College John ' Kentucky University for 20 years On Friday night, , u ioVr the presidency of Wilbur R. Uosley, of Paris, Col. A. T. Wood-of Mt. Sterling, and Hon. A."R. Bur-naSmith. of Richmond, spoke to the asAt Glads Church. sembled Republicans at tho court Hon. W. B. Smith will speak at house. They thoroughly convinced audii'ade church on Saturday, Septem- - themselves ami the gold-bu- g r I'J. Tim divided with any one. ence that silver is a delusion, fit only ryone invited to be prwnt. for anarchists to make into bombs, while gold is the only money fit for a Farm fcr Sale. gentleman to carry about with him. In Climax J. H. Boggs A MeKinley club of several mem' - hi- - farm near town for sale, as bers was organized and each put a a w hoi- or divided to suit purchasers. d tater bug on his lapxiel. Ii .id t'l" ad if you want agood farm. The meeting thon adjourned. ox-edit- or to-da- s. Republican Plunge. gold-plate- Died at Paint Lick. Kinnard died of typhoid On next Monday, William Jenr at Paint Lick, on Sunday, Aug. f nings Bryan will speak in Louis-vil- l. IK. Ism.;. fter an illness of2rf days, On Tuesday morning he will a.r. d probably 30 years. Burried at run up to Versailles and fake din-tili Paint Lick, in Garrard county. with Senator J. C. S. Blackburn. L a wife and two children. The two will then drive up to LexingWill Organize Next Court Day. ton, where lie will speak tit 2 o'clock. Numerous- - old Federal soldiers, A great crowd will go from Madit In ron Monday io organize a G. son, many of them, perhaps a The on horseback. A. R. Post. They talked th mat-- t thousand, Richmond blocked out their work cavalcade will leave and They will organ- at fi o'clock. ii. t mooting. Similar parties will go from suric m t county court day. rounding town;, and, independent of Heating. L".ington, there will be no less than meeting of the fifteen thousand people present tit T! ( hrintian churches of Madison, Estho speaking. till and Jackson counties, will meet Financial Oratory. at Mt. Tabor church, in Estill coun-- t United States Senator J. C. Saturday, before mi Friday and tin- 4th Sunday in September. Go S. Blackburn, of Vorsni!o.s,sind Judge James H. Embry, of Washington and take vour baskets. City, debated national finances in For School Superintendent. the courthouse yard, Monday, in the .1. W. Wagers is announcodin presence of mote than 2,00!) people. Climax a candidate for coun-- t Each presented IiisMdo inthestrong-es- r t liperint'indent of public schools. possible way. It was evident Hi is an active teacher with long that the crowd was with "Our Joe." i xperience; is 85 years old, a lifeMonday night, Gen. Wat. Hardin long Democrat, a relative of Jailer made one of the greatest speeches of Wagers and understands the duties his life. He divided time with N. I). of the ofilce to which he aspires. Miles, a Republican from Nicholas-vill"As of September 15." It is needless to say that the next Tuesday. September 15, latter was not in it, or even in the On and his deputies wilj vicinity thereof, for Wat swat him tlr start on their rounds of the county. a comin an n gwine. A Great Sig Court Day. B thinking over what you have and what it is worth. These are the Monday was tho biggest court ijuections the officers want you to day that Richmond has had for a answer and do itquick.for thoy have long time. There was first and una long way to go and time is short. usually large number of people in town; socond a surprisingly largo Shipments. number of cattle, mules and sheep; L. & X. reports 12 can, cattle ship-money than anybody exd Saturday by Balos to Lohman. third, more fourth, a far better feeling Jersey City, and 2 cars to Cincinnati. pected; than for some time. J. A. Rice, Mattoon, 111., shipped At the stock pens, there wero sixcar cattle home Saturday. catteen hundred and twenty-eigCarothers & Board shipped two tle, the largest sinco the beginning cars mules to Lexington Monday. of the pen system. Thoy were from Simon Wiehl shipped 3 cars cat- Jackson, Clay, Laurel, Whitley, tle to Lexington Monday. Knox and other mountain counties. Buyers were from Madison, Clark. Organized. Brcnston Fayette and other blue grabs coun"How is the race for Congress over Prices ranged from 3 to 3X cts. here ?" we asked- of a prominent ties. cafes were brisk. Norris Bros. nnl Lexington citizen, Friday night. report their scales busy for ten hours. "Oh, woll," he replied, "Bronston is O. H. Chenault, of Fayette, bought the only candidate organized. He is 1,200 poun'd cattle at3J.f that thoroughly in shape for the contest some steers. contained afew4-ceand got all the money he wants." There were also 21 mules that went The gentleman is not for Bronston, $75. About 200 sheep on the Madison's at $50 therefore we conolude-tha- t market. son is a front man in lh race. Collins & Fox report purchase by Had Heard From las Csnvcnlion. Jewell ATattorson, Nicholasville, of $50. Carothers & "Well, I've hoard from your groat 13 hores at $35 IndianapBeard, Lexington, bought 19 mules Df mocratic Convention at olis," smilingly remarked a fellow at $50 j $100. Tom Walker, of Lan$60. AVednesday afternoon. "How did it caster, 14 cotton mules at $50 report fair, good and delight, Merchants go?" we asked. With evident he replied: i'She lias gone 80,000 excellent trade, according to demands of tho Heason, shoe and cloth Republican!" He had got the Indianapolis Na ing men haying the best trade. The tional Democratic Convention and milk oi BUrcHases wore cau.. oumu ection liased. aldAccouutis wre.psid , - , the VS'faioiiCSt&ie liirli-- er 1 t- Brjan in Lexington Next Tuesday. - ...t . - e. pi ht - nt and who realize millions' of dollars profit Harry TMs Girl, Somobs&y! on a single bond dicker, seek, to make it 3W&&mjvckmmzmw ac jte iKjariiacjiKJE ac :E3K ."xuaziar .anar .arm: x. ar :x :x iw: aj jh nsr im appear that a policy winch gives them I have been reading in your paper such advantages is jusUlie thing for an about several men and women that have ?8 per month pensioner". The fact that Local Items. s, been very successful anil I all their lie on the side of ap concluded I would see what a girl could People in towns will naturally preachinginterests MILLER, MAN ACER, SHEARER, SALESMAN. gold, while the pensioners' SS sub-crido. I have worked 12 days and have for the local papor because per month is generally but a small part 14 210 Main St., Richmond, Ky. Trunks, Valises and Telescopes, sold 151 irons and have 218 dollars left they want to see in print the doings of his is siitl after paying all expenses. Everybody of their neighbors and of people in sight. interest, studiously kept out of Let us make' a comparison. A is delighted with the iron and I sel' one the abjoining towns. It js the fash- man's wealth consists mostly of money almost every placo I show it. as people EJjjgmipjraiinpB ion for larger city newspapers, and and money obligations, think they can't afford to be without one especially for the comic papers, to to, we will say, a million and it amount dollars. If that as thev save so much fuel and time and p )ke fun at local editors because thoy Some days nothing will "come out money can be so appreciated don't burn the clothes. I know 1 can right," from the time you rise till you print such items as the following: 10 per cent to ite purchasing as to add power it is CATTLE TAKEN UP! clear five thousand dollars in a year. "From our Chestnuttville Corre- equivolent to retire. Ten to one, the trouble, is in adding $100,000 to his tember Lippincott's. How is that for a girl? friend wealth. The same process spondent. Our esteemed yourself. Your blood is in a bau condiwill, of course, A Graduate Samuel Burwell has just finished increase tion, and eve.-- orim suffers in cope How'3 This? the purchasing power of the Splendid, my girl, splendid, you are a quence. What you need is tKecfeans-in- g, painting the new barn he erected old 6oidier's pension. ri-Two with witi f His SS will be entrue American girl. Anyone can get ami black with last fall to accomodate his increasing hanced 10 per cent and become mark, canit ti .ryers Saif invigorating influence of We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward worth my place In t.--tli- ami I'.th stock of hay and cattle. We are SS.80. So the aparilla. It for any case of Catarrh that can not be complete information about the millionaire says to the -July. Owner ran aim- ly iron by addressing J. F. Casey it glad to witness the prosperity of old soldier, "Pard, our interests are iden- cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ami p.i iiir rhargi . pruMinr prtipt-Out of eaknes3 conies strength when Co., St. Louis, Mo. It seems to be a our friend Burwell. 15. Fa F. J. Cheney & Co. Props., Toledo, O. J mu- tical We are both of us benefited by the blood has been purified, enriched, 14-"Mis- - Tabitha Younghusband has Paint Lick. Kv. We the undersigued, have known F. J. winner, as everybody selling it writes in and vitalized, the appetite restored and the nig 'dollar,' I make 100,000 on my v3) gone on visit to her friends the money invested; you make SO Cheney for the last 15 years, and be- its praise. cents a the system built up by Hood's SarsaBullwinklcs in Shepaugiownexpect-in- g month on your pension. Hurrah for lieve him perfectly honerable in all busHood's Pills cure nasua. sick headache parilla. Mr. It TTTPTTPB to remain several weeks. BuJ-nio- r honest ajc.ie.7 ' .Shake!" But it so iness transactions and financially able to indigestion hilliousness Alldrtiggist,25s. namfe 162 against sudden The sense of security has it that the fair lady's happens that the pensioner a little carry out any obligations made by their A Dandy "Windmill, Mate it Tour emergencies from croup and bronchitis, is prophet of her destiny. The .farm worth $2,000. As the money goes Srm. S3lf. felt by those who are provided with a writer will hone to renort later ora up the price of his products goes down. West &. Truax, "Wholesale Druggists, C. II. Engl. man & Co., at K. My hair had fallen out until I bottle of .Avers CilerryVctoral, would the quanity of the cake. Toledo, Ohio, WaV.ling. Kiunan & Mar A crop that was worth last year $500 I have a neighbor that made one of the be cheaply purchased at ten times the C. or L. & N. Richmond "Our popular Boniface, DoddridgeV fitirinlfs In sVlOO nnil Hm farin itcnlf .tmno vin, tioiesaie druggists ioj --aJIuo had come to the conclusion that I Fre-- h People's "Windmills, and I have been It.-" f """ vov." Mutton and Pork. Darlington, has entertained three . " cost of that remedy. In all lung comHall's Catarrh C ure is taktYolnc. nieeting rf ; , )Qsel lie has gamed 80 m j i w the best fS 5SI.C2Prompt d. Ii rj . I'm-- . Low. ( h. to have a. bald head. disciples of Izatik Walton since ntj!cJ&r. lutrotluco .Mr. Uryan i. nvonecan make one plaints, it is prompt to act and sure to was soon cc nut a uiuuiii on ins peiloKS. --ilUU lost acting directly ', r. Your patmnair.' xohi'itcd. cure. Thursday. They came up from the $S a month on his crop. It .IwiuLewfe-fsrPidMivK. M Umnce rose to Us feet and'e. Hearing so much talk about Ultimatelvn-- i Mm" to u,ake several minutes. city, and have good luck. Of may lose his farm through inability to per bottle. Sold by all druggAts." "When the annlauso nnil pntliiiKfriKTrlV ev- - YOU MAY NEVER B3 "STEALTHY. Nelson's Hawaiian Hair Elixir, I got away, course all the 13 l(m?. i.:nv. i timouials free. i i.i j s pay the mortgage, if there happen to hi f. jiui.uuu , ia LTitruil'll.i SkUUSIUtMl. : in r is so cleat . but they will carry back some good All. ltfTTtn nm innnnail lto runs may reaiL decided to give it a trial. I pur, one on it. ""Oh," says his banker friend, Homer Campell and August Krue ue c.., . fish till same. The republican nartV healthy. Constipa thnroiltrh. ,, must maintain for a time at leLlhe diseases chased two bottles, have used a "Uncle Jehu Shultz is recovering "that cannot be helped, it is simply the ger, with a team of horses each, left ey. liie nun is aaore-,- v vicissitude of fortune. You see there is Harlan one night last week at 1 o'- runs easily. Art-c- nerson cn-- -. eold standard. from his attack of quinsy sore-thro- at. OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE h ; botlle and a half. My hair has democratic party declares unal- - ) When it comes quinsy, Dr. Fitts is a over production of the things you are clock, and drove to this point by the grains and complete directiot us'K?..-.VfTMl,,l MWP8ftQn to the gold standard. get aJuckened up until I have as good PROCESS. ..w ....uro iv, ,. . hard man to beat. Consultations raising. Hence the low price. But same hour tho next night; the dis- ...b vnartv s.ivs that whnn then puts 11 wicf nx.i lt with highpriced city physicians arc don't think of that. Just look at the tance is one hundred miles. JltVer-no- n .v uo., Allegheny ra., ana any aenve stiles. They LiY:-thing so fit as I desire. It will certainly Eagle. man can undoubtedly make money rny-wheI have started a -- team corn m. il not in our popular Galeo's lexicon. " 'big dollars' you are getting on pension tempt to til Headache, Licr and iif-- ? account." ''But," replies the pensioner, putting these mills up for others Why? 'Ya(i?ircul3.xkn, Besides it is an ele- - mill at Corner of Orantre ami The fact that such items appear Because they are Nature's Orchard street- -, near the old burnt ApDlausei V- and I see no use of paying $50 or $C0 for daily and weely all over the United "these 'big dollars' will not pay anv CuMoiu gruuU. less Remedies and you get 100 days con- nrmif street tA Vm, n I HlXCS life to mill, in Richmond. a mill when you can make one just as v iugdoue. Meal. Dran. Ship- - go j Sttitcs proves that they are wanted, more debts or taxes than they used to Y.. f.A stitutional treatment at a cost of 1c. a S10." good for (,:) the hair Jiave It stamped hat SCaip. on hand. and that a local joarnal must have when they were not so bij;, and as a re- Baker, J A Drewer, Maud At). day or 14 weeks for $1. Cure guaran..a at Mukii; . ey is yours, as the bul- A Brother Farmer. They tend to increase circu- sult, I have lost my home." "Well," Blythe, Dettie them. yan hastened teed by bankable paper in every $1 box. Those Slllore the mints stamped hall for lation: increa-e- d circulation inevita- answers the banker, "that is too bad, of Harris, Eachel . . At St. Paul, 40,000, veterans were in goiu Dactc and you back to the rioficnilen and from tho Sold by T. S. Uagan, Druggist. 12 Id make a mislroduccd it from the balcony of that hotel delivered a third bly induces, and in fact compels course, but then you know we must line at the national G. A.R. parade. ine interest upon address to a vast crowd rathered in advertising: and these two factors have 'honest money' and we are deter- Jefferson, Sallie Mrs. Mills shot and instantly killed That "Wonderful Churn. JAMr.Jint. QTiyioivrjk .'Ii was followed mined that you shall not be swindled Martin, Willie E Mohan, Eobcrt not only create John Combs at delaware, Ky., as he 1 --.of the hotel by these silver knaves on your pen- Reed, Rev R II, (reg) gleeted the news of its own town a.vh I want to add my testimony to the attempted to break open her door. to must be held sacred " neighborhood. John A Cocke rill, i, sion. That Ruthford, Thomas "Winchester, Ky., May IS, '96. list of those who have used the LightAgain, this plea to the pensioner proIn a recent letter to the manufacturers September Lippincott's. Wiicox, Rhoda ning Churn. It does all that is claimed Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the Spec- Mit. J. W. Nelson: On improved farm-- , in Madison counceeds upon the theory that the old solJ. B. WILLIS, Postmaster. Ky., at ( per cent, vmi annual for it, you can churn easily in one min- tator. Rushford X. Y. is thoroughly and unconscionably dier sajs: It may he a Dear Sir: The Hawaiian Hair ty. interest; no cotnmi ion churned. ute and get a large percentage more but- pleasure to know the high esteem in Mr. Nathaniel Mortonson, a well selfish. That no matter how bliting the (ieo. W. Davy, room 17, ia worthy of every statement Addr" -- PERSONALSlSuildiug. Loui-- v ille. Kv. efTect;upon the nation, how destructive known citizen of Ishpeming, Mich., ter than with the common churns. I which Chamberlain's medicines are held Elixir beby the people of your own state, where you make for it. Send us six bot- For blank application- - and other into the prosperity of his friends and and editor Superior Posten, who never took the agency for anything formation, inquire of neighbors the gold standard may be, for a long time, suffered from the fore but so many of my neighbors want- must be known- - An aunt of mine, who Very truly, J. TEVIS COBB, Attorney. ed churns, that I ordcied 30 and they resides at Djxter, Iowa, was about to tles more by express. rheuma-t'sMr. Land Baker, of Laurel Creek, the veteran who risks his life for his most excruciating pains of Richmond. Kv. BIEIJN & DONOVAN. was cured eight years ago, by are all gone, I think in a year evt-ris perfectly indiffervisit me a few yeara since, and before country's salvation, is here. fanner n ill have a Lightning Churn in leaving home wrote me, asking if they taking Ayers Sarsaparilla, having The above men bought it only Mrs. John R. Gibson is at Colorado ent to its prosperity now, and utterly fact they can't afford to bo without one were sold here, stating if they were not callous to the suffering around him, so never felt a twinge of it since. lor use in their own families. Springs. as they make so much more butter, and as he can gel his pension of $(, $.S or $12 You cannot say that you have a good little bit of money can be made she would britig a quantity with her, For sale by Attorney V. P. Smith, of Irvine, a month in appreciated money. tried everything for your rheuma- in every township selling these churns as she did not like to do without them. was here Monday. W. G. WHITE. Every pensioner in the country ought you have taken Ayers By writing to J. F. Casey & Co., St. Louis The medicine referred to isChamber-Liino- 's Mr. Bowles Sale, of Estill county to, and every really deserving pensioner tism, until Cough Remedy, famous for its Pills. Hundreds have been cured of Mo., you can get circulars aud full parwas hero Monday. cures of colds and croup; Chamberlain's will resent such an imputation upon his this complaint by tho use of these A Reader. ticulars about the churn. Miss Georgia Sommcrs is visiting patriotism. Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame hack, 1AIL-- LPills alone. They were admitted on (3) pains in the sides and chest, and Chamin Jefferson county. The writer js himself a pensioner, was exhibition at the Worlds Fair as a berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea How A Woman Paid Her Debts. Contine Open Till Mr. William Winburn, oi Estill an humble mejiber of the army of the standard cathartic. Remedy for bowel complaints. These Be it ordained by the City Council union, and his heart beats in perfect county, was hero Monday. Roils and pimples are due to imof Richmond, Ky.: A 'ndy in Lexington says: ''I am out medicines have been in .'constant use in Dr. John C. Miller, of Nicholas-vill- c, sympathy with every just and proper pure blood. Remove them by mak1. That the price of a license for a of debt; and thanks to the Dish Washer Towa for almost a quarter of a century. measure for the benefit of his comrades was here Monday. a. business. In the past six weeks I have The people have learned that they are shooting gallery or baby rack shall in arms. But he knows that an appre- ing the blood pure with Hoods Mi-- s Viola Million, of thisplace.opened made 530.00. Kveiy housekeeper wants articles of great worth and merit, and ba $5.00 per day, or $20 per month. Excellent Table, Delightful ciating standard of value extorts from a successful school at Valley View. 2. That any person operatingeither a Dish Washer, and any intelligent per- unequaled by any other. Thoy are for every debtor more than he owes, burIf you would always be healthy, Rooms, Eeantiinl Grounds, Mrs. Bolle Rayburn has returned dens every 13 1G of same or both, without fitt obtainwith more than he keep your blood pure with Hood's son can sell them with big profit to him- sile by Hagan's Pharmacy. from Rockbridge Alum Springs. ing license, shall be fined not less Fine Water. Good Music, ought to pay, and robs every honest Sarsaparilla, tho one true blood pur- self. The Dish Washer is lovely, you "by a 2Tcw Process. than $5 nor more than $10 for each Col. O. H. Chenault, of Fayette, producer of a portion of his just dues. A ifier. can wash and dry the family dishes in Ico Cream Mado T. T. Covington, otfense. was anions; his old friends here Mon- system that leads to such results must be two minutes, and without wetting your The big, hearty, heaithy mail is a I have an Ice Cream Freezer that will A. C. "WKI.I.S, Mayor. day. hands. You can get particulars by ad- freeze destructive of national prosperity, and cream instantly. The Cream is continual irritation to his dyspeptic dressing The Mound City Dish Washer Clerk. It be defended upon any principle Mr. Asa Jewell, of Nicholasvlllc, cannot friend. Constipation is the root of Co., St. Louis, Mo. There is big mon- put into the freezer aud comes out inan old C. U. "stude," was here Mon- ever taught by the Savior of Man. nintr-tentof the sickness of men, stantly, smootlie and perfectly frozen. ey in the business for an agent. I e:c the old soldier's penIf, in any day. This astonishes people and a crowd will and of a large proportion of the sick- pect to clear S4.000 the coming year. Mrs. Judgo Benton, of Winchester, sion is too stuall, let it be increased; but ness of women. It can bo err id need the money, why not make it. M-- sI gather to see the freezer in operation and is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. C. it should never be allowed to increase by easily, naturally and quickly. Nature they will all want to try the cre.na. Yen C. E. a rise in the purchasing power of money, It Smith. can sell cream as fast as it can be made is continually working as hard as she Ikvink, Kv Mr. Bush Harvey, this county, has for t rise in money means a fall in tl e can to throw off impurities, and to It's about as hard to break some and sell freezers to many of them who 52-2-1 Hot Sulphur Baths. returned after an absence of fifteon price of those things out of which the force out poisonous refuse matters people of bad habits as it is to break would not buy an old style freezer. It "WISH to sell privately my farm pension must be paid. years in the far West. When there is an impediment, Dr. Malarial Fever when it once gets a is really a curiosity aud you can sc I I a.s sv whole, or divided into three If the pensioner expects to retain his Mrs. Richard Cobb, of Danvillo, Pleasant Pellets set tli3 firm hold upon one. Mr. C. Hiinrod, from So to SS worth of cream and six to parts. This land is very productive, affections of the Amer- Pierco's is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J. hold upon the wheels working again without any of Lancaster, Ohio., says, "Simmons twelve freezers every day. This makes well watered and fenced. ican people, who eo ungrudgingly controuble, assist nature in a gentle, Liver Regulator broke a case of Ma- a good profit these hard times and is a Collins. Ji2V5? of fTodrr; Style, tribute to the pamyent of his monthly Miss Margaret Chenault has re- allowance, he must placo himself on the healthful, efilpient way. Thero is larial Fever of three years standing pleasant employment. J. F. Casey &Co., 13 large rooms, turned from Rockbridge Alum loftiest plane oi patriotism, and prove nothing violent about their action, for me and less than one bottle did 1143 St. Charles St., St. Louis, Mo., will Containing pantries, closets and with celand yet it is just as certain as if if tho business. I shall use it whon send full particulars and informalion in wardrobes, Springs. by his actions that he loves his country lar to suit; good orchard, out houses, reany mcdicincr and I regard to this new invention on applica-io- u large barn. This residonce is located Mr. W. R. McDowell has returned as well now as he did in the days of were twice as violent. "You do not in need of and will employ good salesman on in half mile of the city limits on Big Va., and other long ago. No man will occupy a very become a slave to their use." Thoy commend it." from Richmond, Hill pike. Convenient to schools, are different and bettor than any Robert C points. If the hair is falling out and turn- salary. warm niche in the great American heart churches, mills, &e. In fact the best other pill for the cure of constipation ing gray, tho ghwids of,tho skin need located farm in Madison county for Miss Ella Wingatc, of Woodford who allows his political action to he headache and kindred derangement. 6?ay Hsirraado Barf?. anything and everything, now for county, is visiting at Mr. D. M. governed by the purely selfish consider- Almost all druggists understand this, stimulating aifiJoJor food, tho host "Write for particulars, or come remedy stimulant is Hall's Hair ation of how it is going to affect his penChenault's. I saw in your paper a statement that sale.see for yourself. and and are conscientious enough to tell Renower. Zulu Vulier would restore auy head of Mr. A. D. Flora, tho Campbells-vill- e sion, no matter what his past military from whom to buy medicine. Send J. H. BOGGS, ' hair to natural color in three weeks. As is spending a few days record may be. THS MODES!! Mosnsa sculptor, 21 stamps to cents in one-ce11-- 17 Richmond, Ky. Everyday men, come into this office I was very gray I sent for a sample packhere, his old home. World's Dispensary Medical Associwearing free silver buttons and Grand age, and in les than three weeks mv Has found her little ones nre improvMrs. D. A. Shauahan, of Louisville, Buffalo, N. Y., and rccoive Dr. sido ation, by badges side the well known railroad contractor, Atinvthcirj breast, and it is a pleas;. Pierce's 1003 pago "Common Sense ed more by the pleasant Syrup of FJgtt, hair was perfectly restored to natural ' on was hero Inst week. Medical Advisor," profusely illustra- when in need of the laxative effect of a color. My wife's hair was a light red, 1 urc to believe that in this great battle ted., and by tiling Zulu Vulier, her hair is gentle remedy than by any other, an The Mises Tudor, of Irvine, were for struggling humanity, the veterans of that is more acceptable to them. Chil- now a beautiful auburn. Anyone can A speckled dehorned ox, weight to sec their aunt, down last week the Union army will not be blinded by (Dandruff forms when tho glands dren enjoy it and it benefits tleni. The get a sample package of Zulu Vulier, by about 1,200. Lost county court day Mrs. Claude Smith. e rhetoric, by appeals to the war of the skin aro weakened, and if neg- true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufac sending 21 two cent stamps to Wilson & in Richmond. Liberal reward. Leavo R, R, Judgo H. C. Llllyof Irvine, visit spirit of former days, or, what is infin- lected, baldness is sure to follow. lured by the California Fig Syrup Coir-pan- y Co., New Concord, "Ohio, and if it does at cattle pens. J. V. STRODE, ed his son, attorney G. E. Lilly, this itely worse than either, by arguments Hall's Hair Itenowec is tho best prenot restore tho hair to natural color in 13 -- 10 only. "Winchester, Ky. Successor to M. K. Brown. It. place, the past few days. ventive. addressed to selfish instincts. they will return your stamps; three weeks QEH- S31TT IT 50HI3M0XHEB J. H. Kennedy. Mr. Omera White, of Texas, is it not only restores the hair to natural Robbers attempted to hold up a train UEU. W. IUhliY color, but will stop tho hair falling out in California, but the engineer killed one back, at his old home, Foxtown, visOn1 1 iting his many relatives and friends. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Mr. Jacob Esbensen, wlio is in the em- immediately and is one of the be$t hair of them and the others ran away. Of Shelbyvjlle, Ky., Recommends tonics made, and you take no risk, and if Dr. Chas. Hooker has returned Wright's Celerv Capsules. ploy of the Chicago Lumber Co., at Des Corrected Weekly. Shelhyville, Ky., May 20, "JG. To Moines, Iowa, saye: "I have just Beut it doej not tatisfy you perfectly they MOST IN QUANTITY. from Indianapolis, where he visited Butter. BESTIN OUALm 8 to 10c lb will return your stamps. Wrighf Medical Co., Col., Oi relatives, his old friend Gov. Math Eggs 60uio medicine back to my mother 11 . 6 to 7c doz TJ AVTXG decided to quitbnsincss, A Reader. (1) Gents I hav&tfPurcliased a' box of the old country, that I knowjfroin pejp ews and others. I will now close out my eatirw-stocko5c lb Chickens (live) . . Dry Goods, Groceries, NoCollins has gone to Col- Chickens .spring) Dr, P-- P. . . 5c lb Wrisht'a Celery Capsules from G. L. sonal use to hs the best medicine in tlje now everybody is bepining to take tions, Shoes Hats, Clothing, netwMiddeltou. druggietfTand nsed them foi world for rheumatism, having nsed it for a stay of some time, Ducks (live) . . orado Springs 5c lb Spring medicine. And it jsa ii Tinwaro, and every thing to Torpid Liver and Consti my family for several years. It is. called be found in a general stock 10 to liTc lb Sour Stomach, and everybody hoperi his health may- Cheese good thine to do provided you take Sim foutid that lliey gave ine im- Chamberlain's Pain Balm. ." . . It alv.ajB mens Liver Regulator tho best Spring ii be perfectly restored. WHITE'S OBEAM Lard Sic lb nation and 1 thinkit art docs the wotk. E0 rents per ; . . 20c lb mediate relief bottle, fir Medicine. - -- w. Mr, Talton Embry, Sr., of Louis- Beeswax It's a sluggish liver that v a jfT-- j eale by llajan'H ljjiarmaey. . . S2.50clb .excellent remedy. lm jj clogs the system, and makes bad blood. u ville, js visiting his son, Mr. J. J. Ginseng . .. Corns early and secure feorsatt.'-AIYours verytruly, .11 to 12c lb Purablcqdis the safeguard of hoaltrl A dose a day's! Kiraraons Liver Regnla-torwi- ll Embry, and is therefore not so far Wool (No 1). . v persons Indebted to YSAftS FOR D Geo. AV. .Riley. ,' U WORiYi nomed!o3. . TtoSclb nleas flail at once and'. Has led Burry end Cott . Keep yourblood pure, rich and full"id make a new man out ofyou, and from foxtown as ho has been. ' K ll Don't miss, seeing those fiBesilyKT vitality by takiag a nvs'vorrmbto"i,. Look for I lie Tied Z EVERY MTTLE; 0MRMTEE3 Mr. Dick Shipp, of- - Versailles, in jGreen hides . . . n 31toJe.lb .inkid spoons at DArmers.arrauteK andryou ill.snotneedio fear tlie, a package. It !( 6, v Li3 lonsr seo oversoer lor wnnam :v audi etetipr - if --, jf 4- -1 ,. 2i KajpOpboryok Uuk of diwtaAi" . iox J5 .i of... fc CpL ap. Feataers.O H" r Jasoit "Walker andlater .for ;HMC. iK , flat-iron- RIBBONS OF ALL, KINDS CHEAP- 50G is Of mm HENRY KLEIN CM. I S0JI bc The Voice Of y xti-tT-- self-heati- the People h.-ii- lt .. !" 1.1 cns James McAllister, East Main Street, Lexington, Ky., says: of vAmPI d.-po- , to. - l., - a-- l.J-i- two-pounde- rs G0Rn MEAL f BYTHE in.isiu,t. u,vS innrun,, re - List of Letters. .c .u. succe-sviichne-,- dn fW 'rd L r 41 i J I K.-nyo- ESTILL SPRING City Ordinance, November 1st,, 180! Sars'-aparill- tax-pay- er Reasonob e Terms, ca, hs 'mate Land Ik i. ItaaUrop. School Books SClOPLSDmJES -T- " IIliB Wine Stationary nt Steer Lost! Sheet Music, Musieal Instruments. i Sp .. PERIODICALS gilt-edg- $ S. Crow, m liGhta n are, Salt ....... .'. ... ... Just SH UHlfiu i E fCI 20 lllliftllfl I At Cost For Hash? w. aeww' rfoodV-SareBpHri- JflL. vi'- - a .'?.tr . -- Jef &t9Cfp ifWl i? J! SfiwJ." 4f "-- "Z.. a: df'-- i' - yee O.jOTaytor; - L v-" i. " - . - j ii - ? &-- f' ?. JvV ;; j