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ASK t lw dys.jw-l.Hr- f t ii r -"T-i :.. i - " , m mi Mr W 1 - W j-i- - 1 I "e"M 0. 1M1-15- WmwSS) ' 1 wm fill llnflM Hn 5B3ST)' (Hy bW) A Go't Report n mf I m - !- CAREFULLY EXECUTED, I" J0B work I ' tWI iiHf -! NUMBER 15. ; i'ml 'Wm t'.k- RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, CARLISLE'S A 1 KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1896. Latest U.S. ask ne quarter, we give no quarter. It Iieard one Of them say It If I started out by telling them that is war. War, war. We do not say that bjliuus Riiflricis, victims of the frco coinage of silver would help the gold standard is bad, bnt that we fever and ague, the them, they say they don't want to be must endure it We say that it is bad dUenkcd rid of It at once. helped, that thej- - want the gold stand- and that wo must-gpHiicnt, liuw tiny icard because it helps someone else. We don't say that we hope foreign on erraliraltli, cfircr-fn- l Ki'iit ainl uood They say they want the gold standard nations will help up. We don't caro nilxrlitc.lhcy vwlltgll because it is good for the laboring what foreign nations do or think. )cn Lv laVini: hill man, because tho dollar will be a great That's the issue, my friends. iS I.IVhM It too The republican party declares that big dollar. They want the gold standUlljH ard because it is good for the farmer, it is in favor of maintaining the gold A Issued Turcot and Bct Fmllr so when the farmer gets hold of the standard until foreign nations join in Th Chrap-sMedicine In the World I the dollar it will be a higli priced dol- relieving the American people. We Public Benefit. nr OVSITPSIA. CONSTIPATION, Jann lar. They say they want the gold are opposed to the gold standard, and ' r sa 'ci.K,SICKUKADACHH,t.lic ,j being opposed to it, we want to rid standard because it Is good for busi. t f Spirits. SOUI4 biTOMAUl, I ness men, but they do not want it be- ourselves of it right now, because y, r, etc. Tins unrivnllrd remrtlr It cannot for themselves nit to 'ontain a KinRlc pantile tf w was dominated by the same influences cause it is goodthat the laboringat all. too soon. is good, and it arc not come o nnv imner&l xubitar.ee bet U GOLD, SILTEE ABB PAPEE. man, Our opponents tell them only A GEEAT OVATION. that have dominated tho controlling You farmer and the business man all afraid to say what they want, butthey 1.. 1?J0... 170,4O3,U)0 soj.ccn.ooo 300 03.1 Paper Sloncy. or less amount of such notes should bo the PI RULY VnGETJACLE, S8.C affairs of both great parties. 41.4 S53.4S0,O00 i 1740... Z,C1,000 they want they are willTho first paper money ever lauwl by the "outstanding at any tlroo than tho cost of re- s tjoc Soiilhcrn Knots acd Herb 327.110,000 57.5 42.5 441232,(0) The financiers of New York wrote wanttobimetallism, that for the conse- are afraid to say how they cannot to get w kiso Providence what agree risk themselves ing government of the United States was an- - the silver bullion nnd the standard silver t o"' cc Lirtfr Disease lta placed in William J. Bryan Kocoivos Ono ul the rcpublii-aGG.3 33.7 27W11.00O platform. The laborers quences, and this defense of the gold on thethey want, and jnost prerniL line of argument by which they j Information That EYerybodv i t'luI'70l by tho acts of July 17 and Au; dollars coined therefrom, then held In, the 2B.4&L,O00 75.0 730,810,(XW 24.4 ill cure all OUrascs caused by Ocraoff of this country, the farmers of this standard, these defenders, raise themIt Olovoland, O. will define treasury, purchased by such notes." which they . 1! 1801. Tho notes issued wcro callod "de 118,152,000 75.9 371.C77.UX) 24.1 ment o! the Uer and Uowels. country were looking nnd longing for selves to thefull height of their moral dare to take. any positiontwo of their I t . s i 1 1HS ot I.iver Complaint are a Listen to Tho authority for tho purchase of silver 7G,OC3,000 71.7 23l3 224.78C.ilCO Wants to Know. mand notes" because they wcro payablo relief, but the republican party was stature and say: "Shall we allow speakers. One man will tell you that j 1 la the mouth; Patn in the C7 191,444,(00 91,470,000 t 33 bullion under this act was rcpealel by tho Fully fiO.OOO I'cople Turn Out. to Hoi deaf to all sounds save the clinking of on di'innnd at certain designated subtrcas-urler fte I nsnften mistaken for Uhen-- r JTl.811,000 217,930,000 ignorant, incompetent peo- the gold standard is the ctandard of I 33J C1J tho llrllllant Oral or' Views o'l the Tlicy wcro receivable for nil public act of Nov. 1, 1803, up to which Unto tho ur Stomach: Los of Appclt'e; gold and blind to nil colors save tho these poor, themselves? 47.1 53,923,000 321,40.1103 52.0 I the civilized world. He will v cos' ne and lax; Headache: Jloncy Question A l'lra for dues, and tho secretary was authorized to government hod purchased 168,074,082.r,3 glittering yellow. It wrote its plat- ple to ruin they say no? No." will ram that every civilized nation toll you with a painful sensation We Why do has it """,do some thin? which ooght of FACTS rilOjI AX OFFICIAL SOURCE. reissue them when received; but the time uno ounces at a cost of $165,931,002, frv t i!Ti" CCJ.5SO.000 181,100,000 78 Si 21.7 for tho 1. opto Oroit Ku- form. Did it say the gold standard j 21.0 C70,415,0C3 78.1 183,052.000 to t . I I a i. throats Speak of its blessings, and then the -- . Debility; Ijow Spirit, tlimltsm. v Itlnn which such reissues might bo made wiuuji inxisury uuiva wtro isaumi. jliio was good? In the presence of the the gold standard down their because next man will athiclc 27.1 i 614,IM4,C00 72.9 22301.000 , no amount of silver bullion purchased under j itccisro!!! 643,071,000 ince of the bfcm and Eyes, a dry SO 278J13.0M) 70 was limited to Doc. 31, 1802. misery that it has wrought, even the whether they want it or not they do on the same speak, eventif he stands j platform, and , than you m aVcn forCenumption. C77,8S3.0G0 41.1 53.5 400JS.0U) republican party, with all its audacity, we love themDobetterbelieve them? I that the republican party tell jast Tho amount authorized by theso acts said act and now hold In the treasurj is nanv of thee symptoms attend Tho Relative Production of Gold and Silthemselves. is you 47 Cleveland, Sept. 1. When the train did not dare to advocate a gold stanOB,2C0,000 . 672,031,000 3 - few, bat the LtVCR . ihsuo of 131,838,199.40 fine ounces, which cost was S50.000.080. An additional Trjv .t c dead in earnest to get rid of this stand- 405JJS2,OJ0 45.5 54 il 594,773 000 ver In the Whole IVorld For a Century. $10,000,000 was authorized by the act of $118,903,009.23. containing William Jennings liryau. dard. If anybody comes to you and don't are seit of the disease, and if nnt of civilization. When made out 10S,1C3,000 120,620,800 40.8 lesc 53J time, prcat niffenng, re'.ched- the democratic cand'dato for presi- tells you that the gold standard is good of They as other people.of the same kind ard party pledges itself tothe republiDifferent Kind of Money Issued by the Fob. 12, 1SG2, nnd there wcro reissues Redemption. mud 1E37 They are men can OLATH will ensue. lUTi.774.9Cn substitute 1341,000 4.1.0 54.1 you ask them who said sa If anydent, rolled Into the Uuion depot here re highly esteemed persons attesta gold standard it con- - ' U0.1!W,K 110,708,4(10 43.9 50.1 United States Standards In Other Coun- amounting to $30,000. Tho demand notes parties for themselves, the inGold coins and standard silver dollars 18S8 . . body tells you that it is a blessing, ask who like which influences them, and bimetallism for of h'inmons l.ircr Regulatorrein 123.4S9AW 53,27,700 fluence tradicts itself. 4U 53.7 it was greeted by many thousands cI ? - I U 1U Pres. (.a. S W. R. R. Co , tries Amount of Money In Circulation. wcro paid nndgold when presented for all being standard coins of the United States 1880 1800 118,848,7U) they wcro received for demption, 103,0S,M 42.1 57.9 people who gave him a mast hcartj him why no po'itieal party in the when they tell us that they are doing . Why do we I'Try, Oa ; Col K. K parVs. Al aro not "redeemable." United Mates has ever found it out? this for our good I think they add hy- cause the goldwant bimetallism? Be1801 C7.C isajaojaoa 42.4 177.C52.rC0 Secretary of the Treasury Carlisle re- public dues, nni these two qualities as'erion. Ksqlhnff Uibb Co., does not give greeting, and so great was the rush tt What does it say? Why, it pledges standard Subsidiary coins and minor coins may 1SE 42,5 198,014,100 vand-- r 11. Mephcav. A KC.8I5.100 ,. 57J their depreciation. 6ce the nominee that the force of po- pledges the republican partv to get rid pocrisy to avarice. When I find a man us enough money. The gold standard ' bo presented In sums or multiples of $20 - t sied It virtues, personally, and cently pavo tho following onler to A. T. 57.C 2I4.74J,3 42. i 157JS7.C00 ' who says he wants a certain thing be- by lessening the amount of standard All othor United States notes wcro de- to tho treasurer of tho United States or to 1(53 lfcOJ licemen stationed In the big building of the gold standard and" substitute cause is good lvspejsta, Utliousncss and Huntington, chief of the division of loans preciated 180,(20,100 21G,Ke00 450 51.4 say that is a it in valuo from 1802 until tho re- an assistant treasurer foe redemption or 1S35. Headache it is the bcit medicine the and currency of tho treasury: 203,(100,000 220,000.000 47.3 Was powerless to prevent the crowd when? When foreign natural sort of for him. I I have seen money raises the value of each dollar saw Wc tried forty othcrreiuedtcj fellow. sumption of specio payments. Tho act of exchange into lawful money, and increases the purchasing power of In view of tho great number of requests for thcli nations will help us to do it It confrom closing around tho party on n onsLivcr H;;ulator, but none (rave 54.) 45.9 men like lin before. But when I find it, ,7a.i?7.400 i0,337,814,UX) gold goes up, property Feb. 25, 1S62, provided for tho sultstltu-tloUnited States notes orw redeemnblo in Total :i'orary relief; but the Uesru- - Information rcspectinc United States lionils, I way to the carriage in waiting foi fesses the gold standard bad when it a mac who has always wanted to do go and as How can you stop must Estimated. down. of United States notes in place of tho "coin," in sums not less than $50, by tho hard nl relieve, but cured us."-- Ett tho currency, coinage, production of the presays it ought to be abandoned, and yet something for me against my will, he times? By The silver product 13 given at Its commer- - them and severnl minutes elapsed 1 Ati MLsscNCER, Macon, lia, stopping falling pnees; by cious metals and kindrod snbjocta and tho im- demand notes, and they were thcroforo assistant treasurers in Now York and San governtbs its irupotency - FACTIREO ONLV UY . clal value, reckoned at the average nmrket the procession could begin iti confesses when it confessestothat it'must wants to do me good when I don't stopping the rising dollar, and in that practicability of ro4Kjnding to each request canceled when received. By July 1, 1803, Fraucisco. country ' some- - way only. How can you stop a rising ' J II ZCILIN & CO.. Philadelphia. Pa. separately, you aro hereby directed to cano a nil except ?3,770,000 had been retired, and march up town. Treasury notes of 1690nro rcdccmablo in p.lco of silver each year, as well as its coinask for foreign aid. That is the platf- want him to do it; when I find to bo prepared, which -nearlv $3,000,000 of this small remainder circular of Information ing value in United States dollars. Thousands of people from surround- orm- I am not writing the republican body who is nlways feeling for me I dollar? By voting more dollars. That '' shall cover tho questions most frequently ask- - was paneclcd during tho next fiscal year. "coin," in sums not less than $50, Iry tho ing towns had come in during tlnj day, platform. I am simply quoting to you am always thankful that he does not is the only way. They say to tho of rr.oDuer of ooi.n akd silver most iiikds in COLUMN. reach me. laboring man that the gold standard ii PROFESSIONAL TUB UNITED STATES, Tliej notes were not legal tender when treasurer and all assistant treasurers the number from Canton alone belnij what the writers of it have said. briefly and clearly as possiblo without com- - i tho United States. , , Now let us assume that what they for Sdver- f but ih wcrc afterward made " Did they say that you shall suffer for say is true. Let us assume that the a good thing back him. I ask you to meat, tho historical fact. estimated Pennsylvania towns Itespectfully National bank note3 aro redeemable In Gold Commercial Coining over history.and cast your eye Bo by tho act of March 17, 18C2. jours, J. G. Cauijslx, value. value. were also Well represented, several by one year? No, they did not limit it to frco coinage of silver is going to be a point out a period when the laborer vtuue. lawful money of the United States by the ATT0E2T3TS. $35,750,000 S30.0CO.000 $33.690000 that Did they say you should bear it great help to these financiers. It was prosperous when there was ' treasurer, but not by tho assistant trcasur- - 1S73 United States Notes. consonance with this order a pammarchlnrf, clubs. The Ohio visitor In 37,300,000 did not limit 33.500,000 30,800,000 phlet vas pniparcd, and tho first eilitlon comprised delegations from Akron, for four years? No. they the duration makes me so glad to have them say hard times. They ask the laboring The principal Issue of United States pa- 2ia Thnr nm nlci rorlpomnlilrt fit t.rtn bank 1874 31.700,OJ0 33,400,OX) 00,549,000 it to four years. What is was quickly exhausted. Its most valuable per money was officially called United of issue. In order to provide for the re--! 30,000.003 34,C90.OJ0 3?,K,000 Sandusky, Norwalk, Elyria, Alliance, of the time during which must they are going to be benefited by it man to join them in fastening a li i: part aro given herewith: States notes. The-- wcro the well known demption of its notes when presented, ov- - igfylj fA970,000 3000,000 40,000,000 Chagrin Ifalls, Kavcnna and Massillon. suffer from the gold standard? For- It relieves my mind and gives me an gold standard upon the world. They opportunity for which I have been forget that the laboring man must first Tbero nro ten different kinds of money "greenbacks" or "lopnl tenders." Tho cry national bank is Tonulred by law to isis!'.!! 4500,000 61.200,000 40J70,000 7 TOUXEY AT LAW, Mr. nnd Mrs. llryan were seated in an ever and ever. waiting for years. a dollar before he men 40,800,000 33,000,000 35,430,100 iu circulation In tho United States namo-lr- t act of Feb. 25, 1802, authorized the issuo keep on deposit with tho treasurer a sum 1S79 open When will foreign nations come, Lbeen legislating for These These have get hold of with its purchasing becomes . drawn by four whiu Kentucky M )V I, Cfl.0CO,0C0 men concerned ED.200.000 us. If30 power. 84.K3.000 Ro'd coin, standard sliver dollars, tib- - of $l.0,000,000, of which $50,000,000 was equal to S per cent of its circulation horses and they were conveyed to tin when will they have pit3- - on you? have been sacrificing for us, to hear He must have opportunity to work lie- - j 43,000.000 37,fc50.000 C4.71O.O00 18bl 48,100,000 32,500,000 18S2 41.120.000 Holleiulen hotel while a national sa What hope is there, my friends? If them tell it And now our time has fore he comes to consider the value of N Fir&t street, up stairs. part-- , which "MOXETAItY SYSTEMS AND APPROXIMATE STOCKS OF MONET IN THE AGGREGATE AND PER CAPITA IN THE PIUNCI- 39,GS0,000 80,000.000 1S33 4000.000 fired by n battery of the Ohit the republicanpity upon you, you have come to return good for good. If they his wages at all. What gives man an how can made, has no PAL COTJirrwiRS OF THE WOULD. 48,800,000 30.800,000 4J,0T0,a i&sH.... National Guard stationed in Lake View you expect pity for you across the have suffered for us for 20 years and if opportunity to work? Why, It is mak- 51.COO.000 Cl.S00,UO 1885 1S 42.500.000 be-Ratio va1j) park. The route to the hotel was linec ocean? If you cannot excite pity In the free coinage of silver is a good ing enterprises produstive. Raising j A' WTE. LILLY, !B,0CO,000 39.230,000 61.000.000 18t0 &:luiu that 40,410,000 with great multitudes of cheering peo- the minds of that party in this coun- thing for them, let us give them gold the standard makes it mora profitable ' 1837 63,350.a S3,'00,000 Per capita of and full legal V to hoard money than it does to develop TTORXEY-- T LA W, 1SS3 43,020,000 33,173,(00 53.195)00 Monetary Stock of Stock of Paper circulation. ple. try which you yo trself have made pleasure of having it Now, if the believe our resources. Why, they tell you that . standard is a bad thing, I 82,K0.CU) 04,010,000 1883 43.7M.O00 currency. gold. Population. silver. sliver. Gold. Silver. Kentucky After partaking of supper at the great, how can you expect pity from that the American peopledon't mi, . . should sub- if we had the free coinage of silver t lbCO 71.390,000 $0)0.100,000 70,403,000 C2,K43,000 $025,000,003 1 to 15.98 United States (a) 5723,(00 $3 7T ......:,-i.r:.$3S3;300,aD SS41 -.- nd tilfi Ilollendcn Mr. Bryan was escorted tc the nations from whom you havo mit to it for one moment If it is a that gold would go into hiding, but I 1801 75,417.000 115,000.000 57,CT0,(M) b5S0,(0.O30 C3.a,(OJ 14 01 I3,ii5,0u0 Ucitetl cll3,400,000 203 Gold wrested an empire? My friends, our good thing we ought to have It dll the believe that if we have the free struct-ir53,503,000 b850,(OJ.(X0 12 M. the Central armory, an immense 38,300,000 1832 22 10 c32,100,000 , 4S7.POOJ000 s:,ioi,(03 0,000,000 France.. ..,..(J Gold and flher.. ..1 to 13 deh v corner Minn and Second streets! Germany 40,tf IXfVO bC23,(O0.000 77570,OUO 1803 395.",0(X) 215,000.000 12 21 61J0O.00O 4 2) cCO.400.000 dolGold............ .... the ,...rf....... .,,... capable of seating more than 7.00C opponents preach athe gospel a of Will proctlec in all the cenrts of spair. There is not hope, not prom- time. (A voice: "By what means is coinage ofrunsilverrace to gold which ) Belginra 54,91X1.000 01,000,(03 b33,(U0,000 1S94 G9,'W,000 31,422,000 1 to 13J4J CA10.000 cC3,40O,0n0 Gold nnd tiher 873 871 a see will people. Double that number were ise, not a prospect They ask you to money put in circulation?') the ques- lars get invested first There is ono ' Italy 30.445,000 72,051,000 1805 40,010,000 1 to 15J4 c980n,000 41,400,000 30.700.000 Gold and iilvcr in a Ijelnln oellnU.) an I Court of 320 133 cl91.Wl.000 I am irlad my friend asks will crowded into the building, while on enter upon a night illumined by no Switrcrland...: 3001,000 cl4.K)0,aO Gold nnd bUvcr.....l to 15 15,000,000 407 505 you should always tion. There are Totab...3330.CfiO,000 $013,083,000 $114.751,000 17.rXW,0OJ Spain bio,ooo,oa) the outside thousands still clamored star, to embark upon a sea whose who wonder how- - a great many people thing thatyou are discussing theremem- . 100,000,000 Gold nnd silver... .1 to 13$ c83.700.000 943 223 it is that money can Portugal. b33,000.O00 24,800,000 c5i,100,000 6.100.000 460 745 ..Gold. EULI IONVAI.UC OF 371J4 OltAIMs Or TCKE Slf- for admission. Mr. Bryan was given farther shore no mariner may find, to get in circulation. The best way to ber when That is human nature. money question. A. I) M. CIIKNAULT, Never .. 43,VX).(O0 . 120,000,HO VFIt At TI1U A!tSl'T. AVEKAOE I'lllCE OP bl40,0,00 C2O4J0O.O00 273 322 .Gold...... an enthusiastic ovation on his arrival. travel upon a desert when the oasis investigate the question is to put yours overlook human nature in discussing PTIVFa EACH YEAK TltOM 1SJ7 TO 1895, INCIA4.70O.0CO c2900,000 c2S,C00,OJ3 Netherlands Gold and eihct....l to 15 rA2no,ao 0 21 1193 when reached only makes disappointC. I. Salcn chairman of the Mr. in circulation. 1 have never had any any question. What is human nature? Norw ay... li7,500,000 c3,800,000 2,000.000 2.000.000 A TTOKXEYS A T LA W, 3 75 100 olu Valnit meeting and as he stepped forward to ment a thousand times more keen. VaIuc. trouble in make as much money out of money C5,l0t),ffi0 Sweden 4,800.000 cS.OAOUO 4,)0.000 100 103 wOlU. ci rrr Against this policy, against this sur- lation. My putting my money in circu- To possible, and whenever dollars are 1S37 107 ...$1.0 MM Kentucky. Denmark BCD trouble has been to keep as 2,T00,txn 5,400,000 c5,4fO.,000 Cl 4.500,000 .. SS5 M, ljOit, " introduce Mr. Bryan tho immense au- render of the riifhtof 1S3S ... 1.00J 1KM. 33 1 to 15J4 US0.OX),000 c539.0O),O0O 48,0(0,(03 jai,n)o.coo 380 Silver 1S33 dience rose to iti feet and cheered for against this vesting of legislative my money from getting into circula-tiii- u such that It is more profitable- to hoard ... 1.023 1&G9. b5O.O)0,0O0 TurKcy 40,000,000 22,000,000 Gold and sliver ....1 to 15Jg 227 183 before I wanted it ta now do mnnpv men will hoard it When ilnl- 1S10 ... 1.023 (co several minutes. power in the hands of aliens, the demo7,000,(00 34 47 700,a bll5,O,000 .001(1.. ........ 4 140 is more profitable get money into circulation? How 1811 ... 1018 1871. ........ t t Seccnd street, over Chenault's gro When the applause and enthusiasm cratic party presents a platform which they any man get his money into cir- lars are such that it will 15,000.000 G,SX),000 17 05 Gold bl2O.O.00O 220 does 1641 to Invest them people ... 1.007 1T . xc4 invest Laws 1 to 1GMJ b2,000,000 41 Mexico 12,100.00 b5,an,ooo Silver 464 with which he as greeted subsided, in is so clear and emphatic that he who culation? Suppose a man raises a crop make conditions. Do you want to mak 1843 ... 1.003 lbtiV.,.. r . 1.001 cS.000.000 1 to K 12.OU0.000 5,0:0,000 Central American states taiher i5o,ao a measure, Mr. Bryan commenced his runs may read. 1841 1"71 ... . .18 sells his wheat for money, conditions favorable to the hoarding of b5JO,COd,000 83 South American states auo,aw 30.0A0M Sihcr(c) btattW.000 ,..1 to 15VS Tho republican party says that we of wheat andget IU U 1'IIEN D. PAltRISn, 1845 .... 1.004 (573. . .004 masterly speech, whicli was thorough money into circuhe country? It seems to me Japan 41.1(0,000 64.300.000 Gold and silver.. ...1 to 16.18 205 103 c80.ao.oco must maintain for a time at least tho how doesSuppose his man owns a rail- money in this simple question and yet 1810 .. 1.005 1870. . Mil e a ly appreciatcd.by tho immense lation? that this is a 950,000,000 h37.000.000 3 21 Gold and silver.. ...1 to 15 2;c.u,(ji) India......... 1617 gold standard. ... 1.011 1S77 A TTOUXEY A T LAW. . .K3 . and collects fares, how does he 750.000,000 ............ .Oliver. .............. ooaooo,co) 203 who frequently interrupti11 ssiiinn. ... l.OB 1S78...... ... ...... . .891 A&iO democratic party declares unal- - roadhis money into circulation? You our opponents are always trying to VThe n 5,000.000 4,rtO,OJ0 ti29.000.000 292 104 bl4.000.000 V U&UU. ............................ .. atJOlU ..... ..., . .....a with wild bursts of applause, 1840 nnnn.ll A., rt f. ,f.l ft tlTl.l I'll get a certain amount of money and make it a complicated question. m ind, . JG3 .... 1.013 1379. Kentucky. 10 00 1.800,000 . ...,. bi8,ao,ooo Cuba. .. 100.000 ...Gold and hilver.....! to 15 will havo 1850 ,...'1.013 1530. . 2580 speech is as follows: j'rulne republican party says that when get Dutting it into circulation is a anDuring this campaign youtins money j then 1831 . .880 .... 12)34 1881.. opportunity to stuuy Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen: other nations are wiIlisoA restore bi TfV4U(4AAJAAJ 4fUx)c.If1lAAi 5toO,XA'aaJ thing so familiar that I need not at- - question and apply it to yoHrsclves, 1852 .... 1.023 1SS2. . .678 Caveats, Trade Marts, Designs, Etc a July 1, 1800; all other countries Jan. 1, 1895. b Estimate, bureau of the mint, c Inforrcation furnished through United States What is tho meaning of this enor- metallism we will do it. "rf.:,aJh73isJ. describe it How do you get and come to an intellectual conclusion. 1333 . .853 ... 1012 15:83. ? to patcntahihtyof invention Free of d Uaupt. e Except Venezuela and Chile. mous outpouring of the people? No y. f." 1854 .. .an. into circulation? (A voice: "fte You will not need the aid of any per.... 1.042 1884 ( rtMirassed facilities. .I'Tr-- i .Y1 Moderate terms i ordinary occasion would produce this manar uie immeuiate restoration ... ui 185c Ar.Dlause.1 . .823 .... 1.039 1SS5.. . . . , .6- mm, for a patent. nte me. I, vote. I yon how coinage of both don't see anv ordinary free Gold certificates, being receipts for gold 1850 t stand corrected. You produce gold son to tell time as I to :idu like wishgo i .... 1.039 l&G. ....a... . .700 scene. No hearts as campaign would gold and unlimited the present legal sldiary Bilvcr. gold certificates, silver cer- In lieu of an equal amount of demand to had more they aro being stir men's and silver at 1857 . .750 .... 1.040 coin, nro redeemable in such coin by tho Y'ou take that gold to the c tificates, treasury notes issued under tho notes and could be issued only as the Your presence, your ratio of 10 to 1 without waiting for the from mint mines. have it stamped into over tlic wnole snDject stirred .... 1.033 1668........"".!.! notes were canceled. A second issue treasurer nnd all assistant treasurers of the 1353. and the act of July 14, 1890, United States notes, After talking to the people at Music j .723 enthusiasm, testifies to tho fact that aid or consent of any other nation. .... 1.052 ADcy 1S39. money. That money is yours, as the bul- hall for an hour Mr. Bryan hastened also called greenbacks and legal tenders, of $150,000,000 was authorized by the act United States. 2509 .... 1.045 awAka MiKitim I this year people are thinking as thoy There is an issue, my friends, and Silver certificates are receipts for stand- 1800. was yours mints stamped 7 TORXEY-AT-L- A W, .704 1801. .... 1.031 JsAji a..a.aaB national bank notes and nickel and bronze of July 11, 1SG2, of which, however, have not thought before in recent you c in decide upon which ' side of lion You take before the back and you back to the Hollcnden and from the the gold was to bo a temporary issue for ard silver dollars deposited, and aru re- 18C2. it X73 .. .... 1.011 ltAC.a coins. Theso forms of moi.oy arc all availyears. And well they may. In this question your intcKst lies. We pay the man who produced it from the balcony of that hotel delivered a third ' . - . Kentucky- .. 1.040 I KO. . . . . . . . .OK able as circulation. While they do not all the redemption of n debt known as the deemable in such dollars only. government 1801. this campaign two mighty forces have not finished the gold standard mines. You pay the interest upon address to a vast crowd gathered in "Coin" obligations of tho .... 1.040 1394. 1SC4. 4'll possess tho full legal tender quality, curb temporary loan. A third Issuo of are arrayed, and they are engaged yet You think you have suffV"11' any debt that may hang over the the street This speech was followed i 18C3. .... 1.035 .505 nro redeemed in gold coin when gold is dewas authorized by tho act of March if we mintV- - You kipd lias such attributes as to give it curwhich means much to Uur suffering has just.bcr;-j- " tlj-1R nt .... 1.CG3 1810 (six mo?.).. .528 in a struggle Mr. ctniri.s. jay all the in and in silver when silver is de- 1SG0. "jyrecepiio in the lobby of the hotel both- - When lontinuation r1 " !?0"1 stand- uuctnon, and. tnen theex.fiTiss that rency. Tho status of each kind is as fol- 3, 1803. Tho total nmonnt authorized, in- manded tarliso in IS78 Has have-r- Ve pront manded. a candidate retired to PREMIUM ON OOL.D AND GOLD VALUE Or UNITED cluding the temporary issue, was $450,000,-00havo not reached the end of discussing tho money question ho ard. ' lowsyours to spend. That is the J vnr bla"nir4?rSTATES LtOAI, TENDEJJ ifOTES FHOil 1802 TO Coinage of the United Statec and the highest amount outstanding said: (cleaning it. We are but upon the threshold of way you do with gold. That is the way his room to res'.oufn "Jf this Gold coin is legal tender at its nominal JAN. 1, 137J: It is estimated that raii50,000 peo- Among tho tobies given tho following Average cold the Bland act) could be intruatcil ''lor a period of depression which is indefior face value for all debts, public and pri- at any time was $449,338,902, on Jan 30, Avenuto currenyou d& with silver. cy valuo of valuo of U. S. its enforcement to a public pflicial who nite iP durattou and cannot be depW;ndeavored to hear the WtHiant t aro tho most important: 1 waint you to take this money quesvate, when not below tho standard weight 1804. Thcro Is still outstanding Hard times? tion arid gold each eatwas in sympathy with the struggling scribee! in intensity. notes each caspeaker give his views on the issues ofj ; II. II. GIBSON, AT THE HINTS Or TOE COIXAGC EXFCETED nnd limit of tolerance prescribed by law, it for yourselves. en d a r year lendar j car masses who produce the wealth and Why, csnly a few pf the nations are understandsettle sometimes some peopleI the campaign. The STATES DUMINO THE SIX itOKTHS UNITED 1 Speeches were that and when below such standard and limit nent reduction from tho original perman during ENDED JUNE 30, 1SUU. pay the taxes of the countrv, rather now suffering from gold. Wait until in somu places, when they want the made by L. A. Russell, Martin also of $400,000,000 to $340,081,010 issue of tolerance It is legal tender in proportion A. Pieces. Value. of frpecio of specio than with'the idle holders of Idle enpi-ta,7) ' IAXAXD SURGEON, they alii demand gold. My friends, you votes of employes, go to the employers Foran, Charles 1. 12, was caused as follows: Tho act of April to Its weight payments Jan. payments Jan. $21,820,400 1.091.320 Double eagles. Salen, L. E. H olden i i the amendment wowld be of little say yoii aro not concerned in what and arralnge for delivery. My friends, 1SC0, United Kentucky. 2G2,780 0n 1, IRS, to 'Jan. 0.278 1. 1802, to Jun. Standard Fllvcr dollars aro legal tender mightprovided thattho extent States notes0 Eagles.... 11 importance because he would coin the others may do. Let me beg you to be- when wif want votes for the Chicago and other local celebrities. Ixj retired to of $10,000,-00419.G.H) 1,1879. B3.00S L1S70. Half cables... or face valuo in payment at their nominal maximum instead of the minimum pro- ware of subjecting the interests of the ticket wt go to the sovereigns them14,712 3) 82) 113.3 5.5S5 during the ensuing six months, and Quart r eagles. 13. . of all debts, public and private, without vided by law." greatest nation upon earth upon a selves, who are the only owners of 1432: C3.9 loe (V.hns bHdm;. lSrand xo SeC' liW3..... that thereafter they might bo retired at tho Total gold There is a pumpkin vine that was tr.tr Waite .new drucstarc pTugard to the amonut, except where other $22,523,572 50 1SC1 1.207.419 4925 20325 John G. Carlisle divided society into gold standard until yon are prepared their votek. If the employes of the planted one rate of not more than $4,000,000 per in wise expressly stipulated In tho tiontract. end of L. C. Anderson's 'the legitimate and natural re- railroads want to vote for the Chicago 1505.. ... 157.3 tao two classes. He declared that the to accept 7,5C,412 $7,500,412 00 tender for month. ThU authority remained in force rDollars. Subsidiary silver Is 140.9 71 money question affected one class in sults of such an act in Bourbon countv, 1.099,315 51,G57 50 18C8..... ticket, those who are in charge of It was suspended by tho act'of Feb. Half dollars- 72.4 amounts not exceeding $10 in anyone pay- until J332J HA. HOOKER, one way and another class in another If Freed" and avarice can blind the the roads (have no right to prevent that lacks only two feet of reaching the j 2,030,413 737,003 00 1807 Quarter dollars 4, 1803 The authorized amount of redac130.7 71.0 16GS..... ment. or stifle the consciences of them, and under the Australian ballot way. We have met in this campaign judgment 000,412 C9.U1 20 Dimes l FTERIXAllY SURGEON, 18C0 7525 133 Treasury notes of tho act of July 14, tion during this period was about $70,000;-00to decide upon the money question as 70,000,000 of people in tho United they cannot prpvent them. We do not fence on the other end, contains IIS , 114.9 87 122540,551 but tho actual reduction was only" Total silver 850,713 70 1870..... 1BW), aro legal tender for all debts, public 1'ititt Ontario Ycterinary College. tho paramount issue before the people, States, do'you not think that when ask. any person to vote for the Chicago pumpkins, and the leaves are as lug as : E92) 1371 111.7 No $44,000,000. and private, except where otherwise ex- nlxint Tclnmo of United change was mtjdo Five cent nickels. and on this issue now, us then, the this policy is so consummated here the ticket if you think that by so doing au ordinary parasol 4.790.212 $239,510 00 1872..... 112.4 89 States notes out- Ono in tho v I'rntitry and Sterility a Specialty, pressly stipulated in the contract. people nre divided into two classes. On same influences will be turned toward you will injure your country. My de22,057,572 220,575 72 1873. ... cent bronzo 87.9 113.8 New Yrk "United States notes aro legal tender for standing until after the panic of 18f3i the one side we find the idle holders of jther silve." using countries? If they sire to hold office is not great enough tirv overKKliBMMid Store, corner 111.2 89.9 1674 tfeo r.417,784 SlS0.O!U 31 r trt streets. idle capital and on the other side the n drive isilver out here, what nation 87 114.9 all debts, public and private, except duties when, in response to popular demand, bo Total minor.... 1373 induce me ti ask a single citizen to 11125 W.8 struggling masses who produce the can withstand its influences? Wait to on imports nnd intcre'ton the public debt. go eminent reissued $20,000,000 of ..40,895.754 $31,840,372 52 1876 Pi, Total coinage.. P violate his conscience or to go conI, canceled notes. 05.4 1877 104.3 wealth and pay the taxes of the coun- antil these influences, wait until these trary to his judgment I don't want Gold certificates, silver certificates and II ( M. D This brought tie amount outstanding to COIKAQE Or COLO AND SILVHl nr TOE MISTS 1378..... 100.8 IOJ try. heartless, jierciless influences have to be elected in that way. national bank notes nro not legal tender, Of TUB UNITED STATES. $3S2,000,000, Mtiliciiic ami Surgery. The question comes to you as It comes driven silver from here and they will Ml or coinbut both classes of certificates arc recelv-abl- resumption and it so remained until tho want to feel that I have behind me Time Table No. 24, In Ef14, 1875, provided act of Jan. to me: On which side shall we fight? sura to other nations. Wait until they a I majority of 'the American people ing value. Gold vnlne. Ilant and Byron. fiillniN Uuildiii', Main Street. for all public dues, while national procfor its reduction to $300,000,000. Tho fect May 12, 1895. $4,024,748 Ah, my friends, do not overlook the have driven- silver from India and .. $57,(22.748 while I put in who vill stand TJio lx)nd which kept Byron nnd Hunt in it leMdence (the Oiirr place) on hank notes arc rcccivablo for all public ess was, however, again btopped by the 0.831,777 After of people reach out after their force every word iUl ' 15ro.idway. lltltllOMit .. 832534.030 1ST CLASS. the Chicago plat2ND CLASS. dues except duties on imports, and may act of May 31, 1878, which required together was broken by Shelley's death. importance of this struggle. before de32,051.940 13,317.803 .. world's supply of gold. form, if there is power enough in this EASTBO0ND. nSTTTNo-Ithe it, Kentucky bo ittld out by tho government for all sal- notes to bo reissued when redeemed. ,At J ua m, No.,. No,. Byron was tired of him, and Hunt had not scribingMr. after setting it his speech t.hare of the 24,503,303 .. 40,579.453 iOsU Carlisle 'closed people, until they have driven silver Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sao Ex Sun aries and other debts and demands owing tho tact to leave Llm a'one. Wo glvo with theseiwords: "The btruzgle now Wait China and left 350,000,000 of peo- government to do it My friends, they 23,333.045 .. 43.909.8G1 from that timo the amount outstanding ws IStT. cor bv tho Unttstl Stiles to Individuals, 282318,850 Byipn'a version of tho estrangement rather going on cannot cease, and ought not ple who will reach out after their share call us anarchists. Na man who owns .. 49,730,052 JuOm( r. M. A. M. A. M. amouiit-GolA. H 27.509,770 porations and associations within tho 1V .081,010, which Is the present S js Versailles. .. 39,OS0,OtO 6 40 Isi " 10 IU than that of tho other, for Leigh Hunt's to cease, until all the industrial in- of the worM's supply of gold; wait property that he came by honestly Nicholuvi3.c ,1 4 Certificates. 27.411.004 .. 62,303,279 j 3S IO z ACXXa United States, except Interest on tho pubanswer for himself Is a weaker apology terests of the country aro fully and until they have driven Japan aud need fear that a hair upon his head Valley View so jj j, 47 7 ss 71 sirlAX ANli 'SURGEON, ,.. 0G,fi50 27.010.104 will be disturbed. And as the Chicago Million lic debt and in redemption of tho national and had better havo remained unwritten: Tho net of March 2, 1803 authorized 1N1hi 8 ia 115!) 11 20 finally emancipated from tho heartless Mexico nnd South America into the ... 0587.085 if it means iOJwnm Kentucky. ourrency. All national lianks nro required tho secretary of the treasury to rccclvo m, "Hunt's letter Is probably tho exact domination of syndicates, stock ex- f old standard and then they will put platform,shall means anything, period ,.. 292J4I.HW) 29.2lti.W3 J Oo go back to the Richmond 8 30 12 15 wjopra piece of vulstar coxcombry you might ex- - changes and other great combinations g old on an auction block and every that we by law to rccclvo tho notes of other naof gold coin and bullion in sums not JOutHt ,.. 232)91,750 23312500 . 12 28 whon tho motto of this government Union 12 53 tional bank" nt par. in Smith Uuilding, No. n Main Street, np less than $20 nnd to issuo certificates J ,.. 27,773,012 2 w 170 ' peKf rom his situation. Ho Is a good man, . 12 31 of money grabb6rs in this country and toiler under the sun will bow to it and was equal rights to all and especial Moberly 1 co aaaa 28,92i4: 'iu .lours 12 to an J 4 to 5 a'cIocL. The minor coins of nickel nnd copper therefor In denominations not loss than 1880 . 1 j9 . 12 44 . 32,oeo,700 with tense poetical clomcuts In ills chaos, a littlo harder to get a little less privileges to none, Kedo not want to Brassfield Europe." .. extent of 25 cents. ,,, 12 49 to 35,131,061 23.W722W3 are legal tender to the PanoIa. but ppo'ileCf by tho Chrlstchurch hospital $20, said certificates to be receivable for 1887., Have the people been emancipated of the ycllovr metal. And at whose who Vish to use 112 3L3S0,603 3 20 Gold Coins. to say nothing .from the heartless domination of those bidding do yoii destroy silver? At the appeal to those prii. e ends. Wethe lrviDe. i and a Sunday ntsnapcr duties on Imports. Under this act deposits 1858. I'K JOHN 51. rOSTElt, . do government for r. u. A. M 35.493,083 21,413.931 , of tho Surrey jail, which oncelted him InThe coinaga of legal tender gold was au- of gold wcro received and certificates issued 18891 syndicates, of heartless syndicates and lidding of thti farmers of the world? 302M:,003 warit the govii'o.3. No. 4. No. 3. N0.10 Kentucky thorized by tho first coinage act pasaod by until Jan. 1, 1879, when tho practico was iy nd, to a'martyr. But Leigh Hunt Is a good money gmbbens of this country and The farmers of the world havo never not appeal to those jti tt protect them WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun loa'l.aaaaa JAL,lXfJ stand 27l&37 man and a good father sco his odea to all Europe? No, 1, A the congress, April 2, 1792. discontinued by order of tho secretary of lew... last 20 years that asked ior tho crucifixion of silver. At ernment to trampK m., f) the, rights of 12,041.078 31 87h3 while they r. a. m r. ui A. M. tho Masters Hunt; a good husband see heuTtleFAjdornUrfruon has increased its the bidding i)f the laborers of the citizens. gold unit of value is tho dollar, tho treasury. Tho purposoof tho order was 1HO.. .., Tho 8.802,707 50.007.020 We wuiles Eb support of 3o 3 40 ., ne at office and residence. severity uu; jthia the last three world? Tho laborers of the world those who will wile higbeVcure for this Innne.. 79,510,100 9J2002J31 his sonnet to Mrs. Hunt; a good friend. which contains 25.8 grains of standard to prevent the holders of United States Panola 54 4 33 5,098,010 years that hearl'.tss domination has have never dcinauded the death of the government tho see bis epistles to different people; a great gold 900 flno. Gold is now Coined In de- notes from presenting them tor redemp- 1895... ...... ...,...... 50,010.333 j9 4 40 citizen Brassfield lpvery mnr ...... irrnn-$10 and $20, tion In goTd and rcdeposlting tho gold In ...... and mom intsTtso until to- , white metal. Who has demanded It? . very vulgar person in ev2 12 coxcomb, and u nominations of $2.50. $5, 5 10 Q.W,... so good as Moberly..-$544,142,477 $997,070,991 i G. U EVANS, M. IX, Union money cnangers. wiium vutriie; for making the 2 13 day the people aro confronted with this eagles, half exchange fof gold certificates.. No certifi- Tot.ll 5 15 erything about Mm. JJut that's not his ine called respectively quarter y citizen. Richmond 6 05 2 30 5 00 5 40 o viour drove out of the temple. Go to the t6 deserve the Or THE MINTS Or COLD AND proposition: "Are the American cates were issued after Jan. 1, 1879, until COINAOE WHOLE WOULD SILVEUTOK TEARS 1S7- fault, but of circumstances." eagles, eagles and doublo eagles. 6 20 Million . Aton. Martin 3 00 s 30 FOB OPTHE ItVaslniS'u.v.. v; nble to govern themselves or must great money centers where a few men Again, though with no direct allusion Valley View. Tho total coinage of gold by tho mints tho passago of the bank ac; of July 12, 1804. 557 .t"3ll I'llVSICIAX AXU SunGEOS, this, government be thrown over to the cin corner the world's gold and then A. Foran and Mr. Thomas Fitzslmons NichoUsrille,, 51 6 j3 Silver coin, to Hunt, ho writes: of tho United States from 1792 to Juno 30, 1882, which authorized and directed the t it out for a littlo while to the naVsa.Ues- - jUj ing value. Gold value. X -fIt Is esti"Tho pity of theso men is that they nov-c- r syndicates to carry on as they think tion that will pay the highest price for should follow Mr. Bryan, but after t - - - Kentucky. 1890, is $1,814,092,253, of which existence sccrctarv of the treasury to rccclvo gold 1873.... $131,544,104 $257.D0,8(e MOM), such a masterly speech the people lived in high lifo nor in solitude. There best for their private profit?" mated that $507,931,823 is still in coin and bullion and issuo certificates. I a.k. rvn-r.M. f a. r. "i 102,931.232 133.7782B7 1374.... it. Go to the large holders of fixed in- were simply unwilling to listen to any It has been customary in the past for is no medium for tho knowledge of tho as coin in the United States, while tho 119.013.407 195,987.423 1875 ... Silver Certificates. properbusy or tho still world. If admitted into many years for the two leading parties vestments who find that their Trains between LouviF!e and Versailles daily. remainder, $1,240,700,430, has been person. They roso en masse at Mr. 120.677,104 213.11928 1870.... I'K T. J. TAYLOR, Tho act of Feb. 28, 1878, authorizing the 1877.. Trains between Cincinnati and Nichotasv) to adopt platforms ambiguous and ty rises as stagnation and distress pre- Bryan's splendid peroration and then high lifo for a season, it is merely as spec or consumed in tho flno arts. The 201.010,400 114,'J.332 vails through tho world. These are uw meaningless and then go before the huissuo ' ucliliwicr in Medicine and Surgery, IPI.191,913 188,380.011 tators thoy form no part of tho mcclian-lsmid bullion now iu tlto United States od 01 nny wuium una- uuiur, might 1878., trains connect with Southern the ones who come to you and in the broke for the doors, vainly hoping to and from Louisville. and with, the Railway to ' holder of such dollars that 101,883,313 , 1879., I0.752.bll thereof. Now, Mooro and I, tho ono people and tell them that the platforms n ime of honesty beg you to give to catch some further glimpse of him beKentucky amounts to $32,208,055. It will DO sceu K CN.O.&T. uosd arc about the same nnd mako the fight 84,011.974 149.723.C81 P to and from Cincinnati. gold coins deiwsit them in sums not less than $10 ISM) of the by circumstances and tho other by birth, that more than You can spend fire hours in Louisville, abont six 1032)10,030 117,013,275 on some other issue. But ithas changed them the bread by tho sweat of their fore bo left The remaining speeches with tho treasurer or any assistant treasur- 1881., happened to be frco of tho corporation and 6truck at tho mints of tho United States I residence on Third Street. They nppeal to the laboring hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington and 03,GG7,170 llu,785,934 er of the United States and receive certifi- 1882 tp have entered into its pulses and pas- in this campaign.is There is an issuo men to help" them fasten this standard were therefore dispensed with. havo disappeared from circulation. to Richmond at tzjo p. . 100.300,705 104,845.114 drawn so that no now and tho lino cates therefor in denominations not les3 1SS3 At the conclusion of his address Mr. return Silver Coins. upon tho country. My friends, yon Bryan, was taken to Music ball, where 1884 99,432.795 952,031 sions, 'quorum partes fulmus.' " Teiuplo one need be deceived. Is thore any$10, sild certificates to bo rcccivablo 18S3., ........ ....... DENTAL STT3G3P.T. Bar. 93.757,582 120,761,574 The silver unit Is tho dollar, which con- thancustoms, taxes nnd all public dues. body, any party, declaring that the huve the right to ask them, when tiicy another immense crowd had gathered. JR. 124,854.101 04,012,070 JM. tains 412Jf grains of standard hilver 900 for ace of Aug--. 4, 1880, authorized tho Is- 18S0 gold standard is good? Not one. Never tell you that they aro laboring for the EatlDg and exhaustion. '12J,9'.S2,4fl3 Z 103,411 397 floors, galleries, aisles and the laboring men, you have flua Tho amount of fine sil er in the dol- Tho of tho smaller denominations of $1, $2 1837., JJU. A. WILKES S3SLLTH, in the history of the United States has bi nefitof to ask them to produce some Ground sue 134,823.835 134,0i,34t Never cat a full meal when bodiiy exevery available spot was occupied, and lar is 371K Bra"". "nd there nre 41J4 and $.5. Silver certificates havo practically 1863 K. ..DlVJSUHi., a national party dared to write in a the right JJ9,302,3il3 163,0012110 1883., hausted. A cracker ami u cup of hot Ui. national platform a single sentence in ptbofof the statement that they feel the tremendous crowd, composed of cralr.s of copper alloy. Tho standard sil taken tho place In circulation of tho stand- - 18K).:. ....--: DEXTAL SURGEON, 152233,144 1492:44,003 In Effect 3Iakch 1, IS96. by the act bo the Jwst thing to tttko. Tho tea who toil. Tho Bi- members of both parties, most promwill authorized approval of a gold stundard. The gold at interest in those 1332342K7 119234.122 1691.. Kentucky ver doll it was first weight was 410 grains I! iimom). suv Bnuxn.'n of Aprils 1792. Its 1892 172,473.124 155217Si7 i will give enough stimulus and a little standard was, conceived in avarice. It ble tells us that the tree is known by inent among them workingmen, lisvilrifvi frnni TKa 4rtt1 iY.ii-iflK)dy gradually to .A cdA tiT 1303. 132.420517 was fastened upon this country by fraud iij; frnit These trees have been bear-i-n tened with eager interest to the able Express for Gincinnali.f v LV. JUIUUVV' strength, allowing tho 1830, was 33I,S50,A00, while the amount 1894., T?oo irTiRT- years and yet they have arguments of this magueticand distinSR 031.238. and tho 113,095,:&3 a regain its usual vigor, and in two 227.ICU.UB be continued by decepAVin-j fruit for building. Main Street. Office A. V.. Paris. Mnvsville. l ". silver dollarrf outsiJo tho treas' hearty meal may be eaten without IUrr and it can only r never borno fruit that the laboring M. ; im to 4 J. M. to tion. nmount coined from 1S78 to Juno B0, 1890, of staudanl $52,175,998. Neither silver Tolal cheater and Lexington $2,753,423,015 .$3,404,703,409 guished man. They were pleased by urj- was only hinted to deutisuv. in his house. r"Tractice milts. was $430,790,011. Tho coinage ratio ho The gold standard never fought an iniiu wonld have 6.25 mail features, iWhen did these Sauls of Tarsus be- - his keen eye, honest looking open fight in all its career. It carries ajays- oiueiunau, the mask of the burglar and the knlfdt cdne converted to ministers of our e- - decisive enunciation and versatile smugglers who of tho assassin. When was fastened L lie inn? When did theso men who argument For nearly ten minutes I t aoiCAH r- - m. ville, Winch ester a,nd J. A. VAXES. HAMILTON, M'XIN-LK- Bobeit P. Letcher, Gov. Owsley, "Wi- ile pen asserted the violated rightf of the is the premium offered to it ALEXANDER 2.05 Lexington mail. itiped tho prophet turn around and they applauded when he made his aplliam J. Graves, Geo. It. McKee, Get). American colonies against the best and ever on Hie watch, have the entire coast upon the country In 1873 the American-peoplMORGAN & YATES, AMD THE TABIFF. Livingston, London, Jel- had never discussed it and no fea Tr "Peace on earth and good will to-- pearance in the hall, and the ovation V. Duulap were long distinguished cit- most respectable writers of that day. in coupetition with tho manufacturer DEXTISTS, people men" When did they do it? 1.10 lico, PineviIIe. party v surh Smuggling cruisers are in the business; urginghad ever gone before the leaned (feu havo a right to consider the man- was repeated frequently during the They were His articles and essays exhibited county. Kentucky. a single measure that IHIMOND. address. It was one of the most rous Alexander Hamilton was a foreigner izens of Garrard Fast line for Livingston, evil evidence of intellect and wisdom" that and often run risks to reap the enor- toward a gold standard. t Every step ual; and the words oi those who come ing receptions .mortal was ever given. principles are bitter paritizan politicians and the 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxville bv birth bis political tojpreacb. a gold standard; you have a Orr:cz-M- ain Mr. Bryan commenced his address influence they exercised over the great they were ascribed to Mr. Jay, and mous profits of llie advenfnre. For it is has been taken at night and without right to measure the candor and frank-ne-Street, over Madison National foreign to our people. A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, "knowledge or consent of the peothe majority of (he people of Garrard county when the truth was discovered, the peo- a fact that when there is a duty of one ple. 3J9. Paris, Winchester. of those who tell you that sound by saying: Editor the Climax: I am'not vain enough to lelieve that P. M. Rowland, Lancaster and political principles ple of the colonies saw with astonish hundred per cent, to protect the manu The republican party had at St mi hey, without telling you what sound in opposiUon to the 22, 1S0G, KlOHOLAiVlLLE, the intense 1225 Stanford. to be seen ment a lad of seventeen a defender of facturers, there is a premium of one Louis such an opportunity as seldom moiiey' means, is a good thing. You any part of witnessed heroenthusiasm and everyadrcin-ist- r IliavejuBt arrived liouiefrom- - Lancas- - of 3Ir. Jefferson is plainly aslj tho farmers why they want bi- wliicU I have P. M. RowUnd, Lancaster and rights. Bat with all bis.devotion hundred per ceut oflcied to smugglers cotuos to a party. The present among a minority of thu people. Alex their metallism? They tell you it is because where. Is any part of a personal tribute. illon had advanced the 7:40 Stanford, lei. The teceiit lire uesirujeu many a Scotch to the freedom cf the American colo- to carrv on their business. Such is a ard, h d forced through under- whip it t good for them. They are not wor- It simply illustrates that in a governami the loss ia esti- ander Hamilton was a son of valiial.lt. .bnijtliiig3, purrying about somebody else. They have ment like this the people have a right Island iu nies lie bad no respect or love for the brief view of Hamilton's idea of high and a.iur a law that repealed jhe trains connect at.PjvKis and make TUe are iu and man who settled' on St. Groir mated at $30,000. of tho Sherman law. trduble enough of theirowri. You ask to take one of their number accomplish with Lexington, Frankfort, CinciBBati, him their instrument to bug. the West Indies. The mother ol Alex people. He was in sympathy sin aristo- tariff, and the McKinley tariff is nothing chasing clauso tls laboring men why they want The administration had issued bonds about They, tell you it is because thcirpurpose. I say that this campaign Maysvilte and intervening points. Hamilton was a French lady ,of crat; be believed in tbenglish idea of more or less tliau a robber tariff. in .time of peace, and worso than all, it of them e tratas connect at Wikck-s- I. heard severalnncstion.- discussing, the I ander foitunc. He was born in the year a strong government. Aa I Jaeard iu good for them. They have troubles illustrates that the American oeoDle S. M, D. entered into a contract with n few some Tho qtiefation trold and silver ighrwithou't worrying about any- - are indifferent to geographled position ter with Lexington and point west, financiers In. New York and London, by accom- Lancaster some one talking about Ham Atttienge ofruxteen he or to age or to anything- else, provided and ML Sterling ami points ert. of altigh protective tariff wB - sleodis - l 7o7. Nathan Winston was mnrdcrcd by his which it had paid those financiers an ? New York and en ilton lieingthe great author of Protee trains coflBtst at Lrvnrea-to- x ik the.bHsincss men "who favor bi- - they believe in the platform upoa enormous profit for protecting the Wm. McKinlcy was pro panied his mother to cusseii and two daughters near Ualeigli, N. Cf with Cumberland Gap, TCitoxvilJ J treasury, which 70,000,000 of people mejalHsm why they favor it and they which the maa stands and that he will tercd as Undent at Columbia College, in lion and the father of high tariff, I will nounced to be one of, the great nicui of , Loufevillartnd iuterveaing poiBtat .stood, ready to protect What an opv wltr tell you it is because it is good for carry out that pi atf or m.if elected. vrA study u of' the No' man need be. igBor-amGarrard which be continued thice years while state that if any honest man trainiwtpanecLat RowcaWi the country. The people of. portunity for the republican party,. map. All those- loiiowers ot Gov. Bradley has ordered elections to tell you it- is good for.thera and question uson whiehthis campaign member of this institution the first fairly the principles of all the protective Why- dlun'JV the .convention denounce with Cumberland Girp ," George county havo been trained by corrupt - - -successors tcr llepre8taiives s tanii lie win discover mat such taniis elect have tttk geld stan- htettr Stanford) ..:. goof l r "buddings of Ids great mind gave the, financial poucy of tho. democratic, .ihar believe peoplel for alt theof the dard. iongb.t- vWe us" wlthtHit our" de- V- 'Ask'-eaIMmATiircwitBiHi? mm ineiieuuar ttnpriiicipled politicians for more tlMW ; to 'It came' of 'the a11 Walker, of Garrard, Duulapj, olfl-etteStreet, between Ki , t --& party? .Why dldit" not demand the' beget smuggling. AH history " . - of his 1ttture eminence. said against oar wll, tm&Tr DOHlUwere of a gold standard why they. sire, century to bate Jeecrcyv ami Ualer, rear of Ditlingfewn IhuMm, abandonmont"of .the countries proves that the amonn ot md U FMrx4MHioA iafcmmtfan. lfl t'tevor of ifokl stondavnlamt wht have brain & ita. that Ai J polifWl, toSjcV. . teit with liic'imouil, Ky. Beady ithe restoration of. the V! sfttTsilvttr I ft! te few .y? " fitaft he say tk antil ifllphbVoaeacli.anahw-juveii- oorton civen bvrdatiefl to .taaaafe ante- - rK."HQOB,ijii MKcbMMtv oflilafkitniitliiiio- iimsintlwISiwsf r..L - ti " x l!t'-L 1 ... 5 . aJB'b- JoJferson ..!-,. i j ! W 49 MOtKir 4JMr WW ajtaaajifc . . a urKmaniiKe manner. i L - jr.T it - ; !s?si!---- ' J3ES2.--,' AW . TWt "f4Bk.tihr &. ZZJ-Z " t. i . -- .jKirc . --Er.5SLr-e ' a. " T.t--- r - " r .. ii,-- . aeLsV'ih.-" ' lit . v - .. t r 's9 .... WHgirarTr. '"'v:-- ! I M, i. SHHIHVW. jK . -i I- 6Sf. erifwafraaWFjK7rl.n-ttrirarllllT43i: - V .ar- wrnawraWn tTTITTiilffi Ja I r ' wp.V" Ms t.rSt A ? . iiBff " ijaagBgHWBBHBBnKWMHBmH ' ' IBIiiiii rern vei rd ymss t. -1 CIRCULAR. Pamphlet the For 1 twwn gold nnd silver under the act of i ccrtificatos nor silver dollars aro redeemed wtoDWCTton or oorjJ axd silver i tttb tTOO trna IE n f too ould gikci: toe Cisco vehy op a jjerica. l.t- lw KA In gold. f From 1103 to 1885 is from a tablo of averages vis cliangod to 15.088 to 1 (commonlv Treasury Notes, Act of July 14, 1800. for certain periods compiled by Dr. Ailolph cilUxl.lC to 1). This Is the present; ratio. Theso notes wcro authorized by tho act of cxietbeer. For tho years 1SSS to 1803 the proOf thof 430,790,041 standard silrcr dolduction Is tho annual estimatoof tho bureau 14, 1890, commonly lars coined lnco February, 187S, thcro Jnly act." The secretaryended tho "Shcr 0I man of tho treasury . Percentotte. was held in the rnsvetiry Juno 30, 1890, was Value : dlrcotcd to purcltase each month Gold Silver. OoId.Silver. ?:i"S, 014,043, and tho amount ontaldo the 54,703,000 4,500,000 ounces of flno silver at this mar-- I H93 - 1K....07,K51.000 00.4 iP.O treasury vns $52,175,993. Silver - 1541. B0.Pffl,0CO 1144KK,(0) nrirr0i0 41.1 to tho amount of $342,G19,50 have treasury nntl tn nnr fnr tho mmn with irl in'CWM,. oo.;,ooo 207411,000 C0.4 COG notes. .redeemable on dcmanA. .. Ixx-. . . issnrxl ngainst that amount of tho 26.7 ot).oi7.a 21S.09OXXI 733 tor nil ucots pumic coin Elnndard silver dollars held in tho treasury. and nuu icgai tenuer where otherwise ex08.035.(0) 73 34354.UO private, except 3j179,(W) 21.4 73C 11348, Tho commercial value of an ounce of flno pressly stipulated In the contract. It was 327.221,0(0 74JJ i:asit,oco Bilvcr Juno 30, 1S90, was ?0.0924, and tho provided when tho act 72.3 11071.000 commercial value of tlio siner In tho Bilvcr should boinredeemed thatreceived the notes G0M"?O 123,034,000 or for dues J0.5 C3 5 dollar on that dato was 55 cents. .. ia,068.000 2b440.O0 73.3 au3 they might bo relssncd, but that no greater ccrtlfl-cntctt Highest of all in Leavening ,Power. lt - iou-ia- aj 1K1-1M- 0. J Baking RrtW5i Powder PUKE ABse&ircE&if et lMi-acai- ... 1W-"- iI 1 1 2,a-8.C- AW ... s. ... 1SU-1S- ... I i.i-- - 931-1- -- lSTl-lKs- !" lS7a-16J- O 188I-18S- -- i K-- v. - pro-cntc- d I X 'fir i I n bo-for- 5. at.4,-vi'J- jj"" u 1 i lute-wa- s 4 1 A " lUngdom..i-...;....T77..- . ' if e Austria-Hungary- ....., atv' J- v.-- a - Au-tral- ia .. V; 4 D :u 1.00-- 1 a a a a a ................ audi-enc" .- i ..,.... a a a I 2l ! V, r Cm A OXA1 repre-centath- es. n. d a a a r'lEEN id r CLAY to-du- y. $50,-000,0- 1 $150,-000,0- e rrf lis 0, -' mca-jur- I. $340,-GSl.Ol- fl. suspen-nio- l, CO CO a 27- 1 1 Icl corn-fiel- d, 0, 4G- JASLR, N. & B, 5. e I , 250,-000,0- bj-- me to d OI i T a a a , a OCVla 1 h,u-j,g- uu .... 1 t 11 ISS4-- - 1 1 1 n 1 -- peo-pl- AffOt ," 3- lt-- 'm'"'?! JJ . ... daily-A- m ll two-thir- bi-o- no- L. & B: . - - .- north Hrrtcr-Sm- lth Y -- e :rd ls -- KT-An- g. gold-stand-. -- g sen-ilegol- d Ont-goiu- - Ont-prn- oimei-allili- t Thrp, rife Oai-oiB- k - pres-i.n- it great-inali.e- s :7t-- 11- -.l - '-i. e Tho-co- tajjf.t J"8 npiLc i sfoW-swndar- -- it-f- J- d JvLiZ. r- a. -- fif JV.A- - -- i&, ! tiXjZ-i'z- - IjjfglgMfaiaMMalifcafcB "'V -- -- i t ! rjyt T , itxtwr(ita. '& laN Si -' i- . - a 3 j Js J9TnKdUS- -. Mi Ml - " " - -- . fi iTil T -- Sf 1i ' 1 -- .." -- x:j. T- c Q mm , 5f- WIHII "i iii ii mmi imii ii i in - .tf.'-'V- ? - Hi r n W v -- f- - y ".SlVi-.- . ". i ?1 ll Z -- r 3 J. ,-i THE CLIMAX. ran i i trade which and pay debts. Hdnce the dual power The position taken by the platform and direction that Congress, to whom It cures a wide range of diseases becaus 9s npainst the issue of paper money by nat- the power is of ita power aa a blood purifier. It ccts delegated, shall not only m ional banks is supported by tho highest fix tho blood, directly and positively upot? the value of money; but also Democratic authority, as well as demand- coin and the blood reaches every nook and . s. it of silver nnd gold. corner of the human system. Thus all ed by the interests of the people. The Since, then, it is not only tho pre$. ?J . "I the nerves, muscles, bones and tlcsues present attempt of the national banks rogative, but the duty of Congress, come under the beneficent Influence of to force tho retirement of United States to provide for the coinago of silver 0) notes and Treasuary notes in order to as well as gold, at rates fixed by eecure a basis for a larger issue of their it (and of the ratio it is made the own notes illustrates the danger which final judge) it cannot be complained fa arises from permitting them to issue that the 16 to 1 ratio so ordained will their paper as a circulating medium. The impair the obligation of contracts. national bank note, being redeemable in Under the Constitution no one can The One True Blood Punfler. ?I per bottle. lawful money, has never been better have a vested right in a coinage . euro JJer Ills; easy to ' than the United States note, which stands ratio. flOOU S FlllS takft, easy to operate. 25c. behind it, and yet the banks persistently Tho act of 1792, establishing the demand that these United States notes, mint, provided, first for free coinago THEY HEAR HIM GLADLY. which draw no interest, 6hall give place of both silver and gold, on a ratio of 3) V to a bonds in order that 15 to l;sccond,thatall tho coin should Mr. Bryan's speeches in Central New the banks may collect the interest which be legal tender for all debts public same. York are destined to exercise a wonder the people now save. To empower nat- and private. Is it dishonest to undo the wrong ful influence on the vote of the Empire ional banks to issue circulating notes is O) These provisions of the law (except of 1873, to remonetize what was State. His audiences are composed of to grant a privilege to a favxired class, jiiioumeu Dy tne act oi 1B34, wrongly demonetized, to restore the the plain people of the country, and to surrender to private corporations tV .hanging tho ratio from 15 to 1 to 16 statu quo, to put silver back where it (3 them his speeches arc a revelation. No control over the volume of paper m' J tol) remained in full force was in 1872 and had beeh since the, until "foreign" bankers preside at his meetand build up a class which will 3a a by the act 1873. The reorganization of our independence synings. No members ot vested interest in the nation's? ancial clause was restored by the by Great Britain? In short if, dedicates crowd the platform from which GOLD STANDARD. policy. Our United States notes, com- Bland act of Feburary, 28, 1878, so O JOHN B. THOMPSON, it monetization was wrong, must not lie speaks. But the farmers and mechanmonly known as greenbacks, being re- cannot bo denied 9) that silver dollars remonetization be right? If not, why of Mercer county. ics and wage earners are present to hear There is no gold standard in this deemable iu either gold or silver, at the coined at a ratio with gold of 15 to 1 not? him, aud first time their lives, country by law, but by the word of a option of the Government, and not at the or 16 to 1, have been a legal tender for FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. THEIR SLOGAN. donhtles3, for thehave heard inthe gospel of If remonetization operates to scale IS they tyrant and dictator. option of the holder, are safer and cheap- all debts, public and private, from down the credits of the rich it will, AY. S. PRYOR, 5 sso&srvv:--- . bimetallism expounded in a fair aud 55SSSSSSSSSS3SSS5SSS5SSSSSSSSS-SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSAll the obligations of the govern- er for the people than national bank the beginning of our government to only scale them back to the old levelof Henry County. lucid manner. No wonder a new light is ment, except gold certificates, are notes based upon bonds. this day, except only from 1873 to from which they ought not to have' Many Prominent Men Organbreaking in upon them. No wonder they by law redeemable in either gold or Bryan's letter of acceptance. ANNOUNCEMENT- CANDIDATES 1878, nnd is now such legal tender. been raised. ize an Independent cheer the man who, in so intelligible a silver coin. This question was set This is not all. Congress, in proIf it be right so to "shade" down ? v) &4A--i.ci'WU. , J manner, places before them the cause of $ C- Silver Clnb. tled in 1878 by more than a two third FOR JAILER. viding for the refunding of the the values of money and "shade" up hard times and ialling prices, and exSILYERMORALAHDLEG&L vote of Congress. national debt, by act of July 14, 1870, the values of commodities, good moJames C. Lackey is a candidate for plains why it is that taxes are so high, The Treasury notes issued under expressly provided that the bonds be rals cannot require that we await tho Irrespective of party Affilia- interest so burdensome, and the grip of Jailer of Madison county, subject to the the act of July 14, 1890, are redeemaction of the Democratic party. issued thereunder should be redeem- consentof the Shylocks of the world mortgage so deadlv. tion They Want to Wage A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer able at the option of the Secretary of Senator Sherman and Bonrke able in silver of the (then) present who procured the passage of the actMr. Bryan's speeches are models of to tho the Treasury in gold or silver coin. of Madison county, subject war on the Gold standard value, C?.-- , n siiv-e-r dollars of J873, and who control the flnan clear and lucid expositions of a topic Cochran and the Partiaction of the Democratic party. Mr. Harrison in 1892 surrendered coined on a ratio of 16 to 1. Again cinl policy of England, if not of GerStandard. clothe in ambigwhich the option reserved to the Treasurer, in 1879 Congress reiterated by con- many, Austria and the United States. sans all Challenged. uity. Their creat merit cohfeists in the suit, rrnuc ixptkuction. to the creditor. In 1893 Mr. Cleveroit current resolution introduced by Sen Thus according to the laws and simplicity of their and the Xliis. John Williamson is a can- land confirmed that surrender and ator, afterwards Justice Matthows. the facts the answer to the charge of Clnb Has Been Formed ard effectiveness of their statements, illustrations. Take 'I iqdidate for Superintendent Public In- brought untold misery on this FOR CAREFDL CONSIDERthat the United States bonds are dishonesty is perfect. i county, sub- country. rAiD"A Many Recruits Being struction for Madi-o- n that, for instance, of the farmer vho payable in standard silver dollars,!, But the defense is more than good ject to the action of the Democratic bought a farm for $2 000. paying down ATION. 1 lie people are now asked to conEnrolled. party. e., 16 to 1 dollars. The resolution in law. It is sound in morals, and $1,000, and giving a mortgage lor the firm their acts and chrystalize into read as follows: therefore is a complete vindication other $1,000. The .uis far from OF TUBLIC law what they have accomplished A Kentucky Jurist from Ihc Standpoint ol Law FOK ferri'EKIXTKNDKXT Be it resohed by (lie Senule (the House of free coinage advocates against all PROMINENT NAMES IN THE CLUB. imaginative. It has been the experience or dictators. . SCHOOLS. of Representatives concurring there- the charges brought against them. ".i$S33 -i33S and Morals, Answers and Refutes all fg&aSKSi of men both East and West. 5, Prior & in), That all bonds of the United I defy "the world, the flesh and J. W. AVaoeks is a candidate for heard oftoa 1S92, the masses never Charges of Dishonesty and RepudiaSuch an illustration carries coivyji'tiqn New and Nicely Selected Stock jroid standard, nor did jLouisville 1'ost Sep. 10. Superintendent of Public School of States issued or authorized to be the devil" to prove that it is dishon-estt- o V home to every heart. tion. Madison county, subject to the action they ever hear of parity. Prior to . A non partisan silver club is being orJnst Received and at pay debts according to conissued under tho said actof Congress There have stranger things happened Democratic party. of the that time, all our coin, were money, there in before recited ('act to tract. I challenge the press the stump ganized to which all those who have re- in American politics than the giving of 5f according to their nominal value,and Not only tho Republican secular strengthen public credit,' of March orators, the ministers of religion, tho ally studied the question are invited to the electoral vote of New York to Bryan FOK CLEKK MADISON CIKCriT COURT. such a thing as disparity was never S ssatPf partisan press and speakers, but 18, 1869; 'act to authorize refunding experts, and Mr. McKinley himself enroll their names. The following reso- and Sew all, and if this should be the re- i, I S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is thought of, except by those who were srme of the Republican religious of the national debt,' of July 14 1870. or any one authorized to speak for lutions are being signed by people of all I sult in November, the largest factor in a candidate for Clerk of the Madison plotting against the peace and pros- press to provide for the resumption of him, to show that Holy Writ, or, any classes throughout the city, and a lew of producing v ill and (socalled) ministers of the ,act Circuit Court, subject to the action perity of this country. be Mr. Bryan's speeches. it o woo - ws gospel, are denouncing the Demo- specie payments,' of Jauuary 14, 1875) moral philosophy, or any code ofjeth-- . the names of the many who have joined of the Democratic party. Denver Neb. The Republican and gold-bu- g i i? i i : cratic and Republican Silver party are payable, principle and interest, ics, or any souuu moralist, tencvji. the club are given below .speakers now harangue Hi.- people platforms, OLD GOLD AN L) " Ve, the undersigned, herebv become FOR SHERIFF. and those candidates and at the option of the government of or e3'er taught, or that any respecta-biDelaykd.J and appear to cry with alarm at tlsc Free Silver tribunal in Europe, Asia, Amer- members of the II. II. Colyer is a candidate for thought of a new thing proposed bv voters who stand on these platforms, United States in silver dollars of WACO. , "dishonest," "lunatics," "repudi-ators,- " United States, containing412) grains ica VAfrica, or aiflourt on earth Club, and we affirm that after studying SheriH of Madison coimtv, subject Mr. Arthur Webb, of Lexington, to the action of the lJmocratic the Chicago convention. "traitors," "moral each of standard silver; and that to alsTna.VdochleS or CVer (lecitl-- the matter thoroughly, we believe the has been visiting friends here, haswho m We believe the people are posted ii amps,'" all because and party. rerestore to its coinage said silver coins ..... it is dishonest to settle debts following statement of principles to bo they favor the and that they know the only way to restoration of turned home. silver to free coinage. as a legal tender in payment of said in accordance with the law of the true: FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. maintain the law and prevent a de"First That the world having been on Mr. Harry Christopher, of Narragan-se- t The fact that the cause of silver is bonds, principal and Interest, is not contract. James C. Miller is a candidate sign to rob them of their possessions championed by such statesmen as in violijjfon o,the public faith, nor If it were material to tho issue to a bimetallic basis from the dawn of hisPier, joined his wife here last week, for Assessor of Madison county, sub- is to elect William J. Bryan PresS nature Teller, Carter, Stewart, iiLV' ration V the rights of the show from the abstract standpoint, tory until very recently, the burden of who has been spending the- summer ject to the action of the Democratic ident. ALL WORK DON Harris, Monran. and Blackburn, n-- f Tl party. independent of the law and the con- proof is on those men who seek to bring with his mother. They returned last When he is elected, you will nver as A. J. Warner, J. B. Weaver,' Phis resolution w as passed in the tract, that the single gold stedard it to the single gold standard. Thursday. nin hear again of a fifty-cedollar; the C. A. TowneoJfVenker Crisp, "Second That the single gold standPalmer and Iltirkncr were form- blight Senate by a vote of 48 yeas to 16 nays is tho dishonest standard, I would not Misses Sallie and Trice Kuckcr, who "dad-di(3- " smiling dollar of our ally notified at Louisville, Friday, millions of patriots and in the House of Representatives hesitate toatllrm that the leastchang- - ard, by reducing silver to a subsidiary have been visitiug V. D. Itucker and will bo the hundred-ce- nt dolami neither hesitated to accept. by a vote of 189 yeas to 79 nays, or ing in value, ana to unuertaKe to coin, lias about doubled the demand for family, returned home last week. North, South, East, and lar it has been since the birth of the Llove their country and West, who more than of both branch- prove (1) that the gold dollar under gold, thereby making gold more sought are its sturdi Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Goshen, of Lonis-vill- r. IIryan spoke tcry0.(CJ0 people in Republic. When the mints are est supporters in -SNOTICE. peace, as they es. Among those voting in favor of the latter is not only unstable in val- after, and hence more valuable, aud as are visiting Mr. and Mrs August Louisville, Monday, and the Fall thrown open and one hundred thous- would prove X the resolution was Mr. McKinley, ue, but has apprecia.ed nearly 100 i necessary consequence has vastly de- Plantier. its bravest defenders SSSSS City isn't so much of a Bryan town and men start into the mountains of in war, alfojrds no protection against now candidate for the Presidency. per cent since Furope and the Unit- creased the value of all other commodieither. the West to hunt the piecioui metal; this abuse, nor does Miss Katherine Keller, of Louisville, Uuder these laws our people have ed States demonetized silver, and is ties as measured in gold. the fact that far one hundred thousand more now more "Third We believe that the bimetal- is the guest of Miss Nancy Hume. (2) one-hathan of the Christians traded and incurred debts and by therefore a dishonest dollar, and Maine went hell lent that other idle will take up a new lease on life, that a return to bimetallism as fav- lic basis is vastly better for all classes of Mrs. Joe L. Benton, of Bloomington, time, and so it did this time, say on account of demands incident and divlrt'os of the United States be- them all are bound. lieve in such usc,f &iiver, shield us On Y(lmi ground, then, can they ored by tho democratic and silver people, except the 'idle holders of idle 111., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 50.UK), but vou just wait until .i. Money will once more jjrrft Geo. Griustead. f nnnf irted. the arteries of trade, and it wiAl from vituperation. In lace evenTj5f who assert to our mints to party platforms would, by causing capital.' vembor. into rsnfaniL the fact that such eminent divines the full coinage of silver dollars or to gold to fall and silver to rise in value "Fourth We believe that all the benMrs. Mary Gibson, of Barbourville, : i le treated as a medium of exchange The man Mahout wealth who and not a commodity. Brightnss as Archbishop Walsh hold and have pay debts in such dollars is repudia- make our standard dollars (gold and efits of bimetallism will be reached if and Mrs. Kate Parker, of Honey of the world uses gold only and Grove, Tex., are visiting relatives here. -a written articles to prove that t,he tion? To so state is to charge the silver) more stable and fairer to all vote Jejrold standard hs nas love will enter homes where now ohly single gold standard is not only a Congress of the United.. Mates with parties, hence more honest; but as the other half of the world usesRilver --foriilh family. Misses Edith Searcy and Lizzie Hiale Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace. darkness and despair reign, and MadThe man without wealth who votes ness will be in the homes of only the iinsiaKcn puiuic policy, out a gyeat dishonesty. To assert this is to this would unnecessarily lengthen only. This is, in fact, the only bimetal- will attend M. F. I. this year. Halls and E.itrance aro M moral wrong, slanders are notde- - brand Mr. McKinley with having this article and the answer above lism the world has ever known, to any an I T'.lm ' of tii F u for a gold standard has no love for disappointed oilice seekers nnd 'li il terred from thus traducing r'heir been a knave. To allege this is to made is complete, I prefer to rest the large extent. Delayed. his neighbor. money sharks, who were foiled in countrymen. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Adorn the Floo: "Fifth We believe that the United attempt to add to the terms of exist- defense against the charge of disThe man who docs not love his their 'greed for Kold made dpublv VALLEY VIEW. - - - 0K That the pastors of tho churches ing contracts in such way as to en- honesty on the law and the contract States is so important in population, AND ITPEK HALLS. - - neij.;IU)ors will never put his foot in dear by a gold standard. Jesse Cobb addressed-th- c IrG.T5urr.is and the religious press who Imve rich the creditor at the expense of and to stand upon the challenge al- wealth and consumptive power that paved that city whose streets are joined in the hue and cry aro moved tho debtor; to discredit transferring her from the gold column to frcc8ilyer democratic club last Saturday. Offices and Dinlng-Roo- m of ready given. Beautifully Decorated and Brii-PENSIONS. with sold. only by partisan motives and! that our lawful redemption monoy and to The immortal bard, who was law- "the silver column will bring the value of About fifthteen new names were added to th plready large list. - Hantly Lighted. x DESTRUCTION. No nation can atford to be unjust to its religion is thus prostituted only for bring to contempt tho Constitution yer as well as poet, portrays the es- silver almost, if not entirely, to a parity Thewife of B. T. Masters wlo was regold. sence of the principle for which the with that of defenders. The care of those who have partisan ends, is apparent frorn the and laws of our country. . r "Sixth We believe that this change ported: as being dangerously ill in this Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in th- So far from the silverite being tho friends of silver contend, when he By the iron hand of Grover Cleve-Itm- sutured injury in the military rlud nival fact that these are sins (if sins at all) Charges Considered this country has leen sunk in- service of the country is a sacred duty. A which would subject members to dishonest man, the logic of tho sit- pictures Portia's defence to the ex- would be so vastly beneficial to the peo- coulnrn last week died last Monday to the depths of poverty, of misery, nation which, like the United States, re- discipline, and if the charges were uation indicates that it is the gold-it- e tortionate demand of Shylock for the ple of this country, and to all mankind, night.' Her child about two months old deeper than it ever was before, and lies upon voluntary service rather than sincerely made would be folloyed by and not tho silverite who would "pound of flesh" "nearest Antonio's that it is the duty of every patriotic citi- died Sunday. If tho Grover Cleveland policy is to upon a large standing army adds to its action to exclude the offendert, from be guilty of repudiation, for it is the heart," as the forfeit "nominated in zen to study the question thoroughly Bush. Harvey has returned home Have Been Expanded in This lucent Improv.-- nt. and impartially, and we believe that after a stay of three years in le continued, and it must be if the own eecurity when it makes cenerous church membership; wiieroas no former and not the Latter who desires the bond." party comes into power, provision for those men who have risked such steps have anywhere been taken to change the law of tho contract Admitted that "there is no power when they have done so, they will join Colaradoand reports democrats, republiRepublican it means destruction. and Jo compel payment otherwise irr Venice can alter a decree estab- us in promoting the cause of bimetallism. can, efe al for Bryan & Sewall and the their lives in its defensGfand for those or anywhere contemplated. That this charge is not made in than as "nominated in the bond." "Seventh We deny that there has consequences followiugon their election, lished" she proclaims in trumpet who are dependent upon them. Bryan's THEY ARE WILLING TO HEAR. good faith by the politicians, appears bond doth give thee here been any overproduction of silver, and I prosperity. Mr. Sherman himself is on record tones letter of acceptance. J'r, ifaniger. ftott from the fact that "our frieijds tho as recognizing the truth that those no jot of blood. The words expressly believe that the depreciation in the value 'Senator " 5 "!"". Beck has bought an On last Friday night, Hon. J. enemy," concede that it will be en- who demand payment in gold of are 'a pound of flesh.' Then thy bond of silver has been entire' due to hostile assumed control of the Southern Lumber APPROPRIATIONS. Speed Smith was to have been prestirely honest to force our own peo- debts payable at the option of the take thou thy pound of flesh ; but in legislation. Co.'s store. W. L. Leeds, one of the VEAK MEN MAD VibGr.ubS. ent at Needmore, for the purpose of Since governments exist for the pro- ple to receive payment in ' "cheap debtor in other legal tender money cutting it, if thou dost shed one drop "E'hth We believe that bimetallism most popular of salesmen, has been reFREE S,LYER li organizing a colored McKinley Club. tection of the rights of the people, and silver dollars" whenever Europe will are the real culprits. In a letter un- of Christian blood, thy lands and by international agreement is impossi tained, Aliich goes a h ithout any fnrther One of the leading colored men said not for their spoliation no expenditure of say the word. V , goods are by the laws of Venice con- ble, and every day becoming moreso, for comment that his courtesy toward all der date of March 20, 1868, addressed If J0U nrc afraid to let yovr they were willing to hear both sides public money can be justified unless that Nevertheless, it is no small mat- to the Hon. A. Mann, who was by fiscate." the reason that the creditor nations, and will be a trade winner for the new firm. looe, for fear of a deyrennt. ,1 and invited Judge J. C. Chenault to expenditure is necesy. jr for the honest, ter thus to accuse or be accused. The the advocates of gold, urging tho Thus do tho law acd ihe facts, po- tli08e nations who are entirely controlled a uai. nz anx. Mrs. J. W. Masters is spending a few I"IHT. rency in the future, go to D le present, and promised a division economical and effi iiJe, administration cause which needs to bepropped up payment in gold of bonds issued un- etic justice, ail true ethics and sound by the creditor classes, will never agree days with relatives and friends in Irvine. Mat PEFFER'S HEBUegOH Did; of time. Judge Chenault was on of the Governmen with falsehood must be a btvd cause, der the act of Februaf 25, 1862, moraJs In one voice cry out against to it. ARMEirSaHd1mtit in Dn, ? V "? fwtrrrjuiij- una quiczijr. jures nruen ni others fall, yoonrf men regain lost manned, c Iiand, but Mr. Smith failed to go. what appropriaUoneft jjecessary, "B and if the charges referred to are claiming that other payn mj "Ninth We favor the free and unthe charge of "dishonesty" and bid the , irhere it will be , Awarded All present gave a courteous and interest of thoeo id his co' the taxes not true, it will not only pjove. un- be "repudiation?" MrV"siierman the followers of Bryan go forth freed limited coinage of silver into legal tender prices he w offtring than, "" attentive hearing to Judge Chenault, should be consulfitical. ralllnir wrote, answering in substance that from unjust imputation and pano- money at a ratio of 10 to 1 by the United Highest Honors World's Fair, either .""cx,oUtftcts ofMemory, TYtut'rtr Slf r than the fortunate for tho sjngle srojd s. etV,e" tilt atnst or excaztt cm. be able to realize a profit o and postponed tho formation of their wishes of those r interest they are pre- those bonds were payable by their plied with right to battle with truth, States alone, without waiting for-t-be Don's let dmsglt tmpoo n worthless snbmtuto 01 Will Frobai disburse you booaoo trtnUis a grrnter profit. Insist on ta4 club until he had spoken and gone. public moneys- .Sc' ferred, but must brand the utterers terms in dollars, and as greenbacks strong in the consciousness that consent of auy other country." IniM'EKFE Il'S NCltViaOK. or scn.l f.r I While the colored man it very much ceptance. , pU n..Tho as slanderers and libellers. were dollars, tho bondholder who de- "Tho humblest citizen in all the land, Allen K. Cnrter, John S. Long. devoted to the RepublT&flob; W and t!i Let us then inquire into this mat- manded payment in gold was both when clad in the armor of a rightWrn. H. Wilson, Samuel Avritt, ev. I'amnrtlpt Troo. sold bv lrr l!r-- QUESTION OF CUBA. is willing to do most anything U1)ICAL VSS'X. Catcurto. II eous cause, is stronger than all the ter and see what the facts are. "repudiator" and "extortioner." R. C. Kerr, Len G. Ilerndon, by its leaders, from a party Sold by Richmon Drug Co and W . G How then can tho most partisan hosts of error." , All our debts public and private, T. W. Kennedv, John 1). Otter, The people of the United States, happy (unless otherwise expressly provided goldite justify himself in making the stand point, jslill we believe they "White. After the most thoughtful study, Donald McDonald, 1). W. Fairleigh, intend to hear a fair discussion of in the enjoyment of the blessings of free in tho contract) arc payable under the charge of dishonesty or repudiation the conclusion reached by many of Matt O'Doherly, Henry T.Stanton, government, feel a generous sympathy laws of the land, at the option, not of against the friends of silver? Why the most clover and learned men the money question. M. W. Neal, John Dreecher, FROM No. 2. toward all w ho are endeavoring to secure the creditor, but of the debtor, in should not the cheoks of those who is, that the only way to make tho silE. T. Durrelt, John L. Britiiy, DIDNT SAY IT. HE PATS THE... like blessings for themselves. This sym either gold or silver dollars. That on this score denounce Mr. Bryan as ver in the silver dollar tho full equal Geo. L. Thompson, E. L. McDonald, while respecting all treaty obliga- is to say, all our government indebtpathy, a "moral tramp," tinglo with shame? of the gold dollar, is for tho United John II. Brand. Recently The Climax, referring to tions, is especially active and earnest edness of every kind (except gold And if tho worldly partisan is thus States to restore it to free coinage in the editor of the Pantagraph, used when excited by the ttrugglej of neigh- certificates) and all state, municipal, put to blush, in what plight THE ARENA. must their mints. Tho present currency LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- . . . YOU PAY FOR TBE . this language: "If wo had ever lost boring people, who, like the Cubans, are county, corporate, those appear who, engaging in tho laws arc attended by continued exand individual a, KET. place because the finances near enough to obberve the workings of (except in cases where service of mammon, "steal tho livery pulsion of gold from this country, MOST PERFECT MADE. by our handling got wrong" a Government which derives all its auit is expressly stipulated in the bond of heaven to servo tho devil in," and increasing hardness of times,' and k pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret conac. The Pantagrapher GLOVEIt 4 nunusTT, LOUIS from the cousentof the governed. that payment is to be mado in gold) drag tho church of thority from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, the living God falling markets, paralysis of trade, rUniJSHED BY strued the statement into meaning VILL3 TOBACCO WAHEIIOU8K. Bryan's letter of acceptance. NO. 8 SECOND STREET, are payable in silver dollars coined down into the miro of politics, to oppression of dobtors, idleness of la40 YEARS THE STANDARD. "that he had "misappropriated anoth1 with gold. bor, poverty and want. All history, up Phone. No. 3. at a ratio of 16 to abuse and traduce their fellow citipjQ OPPOSITION TO TRUSTS. er money." The Climax meant Sales on our.ujarket.for tho, week just The Constitution devolves upon zens and Unless as well as political economy, teaches got precisely what it said that he amount to o.COU hi ids. with re Congress the authority to coin mon- these can gain say the law and that cheap commodities arc the com- closed for the finances in a dreadfully tangled The Democratic party is opposed to ey the s?me period 1,G58 Highest Honored DO YOU plement of dear monoy; thnt thrift ceiptson our market since January h litis. and regulate tho value thereof. facts aliove stated, they must stand Sales 1st, AND condition. It required seven or eight trusts It will be recreant to its duty to Believing WAHT A that it was the duty of the without excuse before the bar of pub- comes to the mnsses with a rising, amount to 120,079 hhds. Sales of the crop CHEAPEST men, mostly lawyers, several weeks, the neople of the country if it recognized Situation? to secure "tho greatest lic opinion as they will stand naked not on a falling market; that on a of 1895 on our market"' to this date to untangle the mess. No misap- either the moral or the legal right of these government COLLEGE amount to 121,401 hhds. aggregations of wealth to stifle com- good to tho greatest number," and before tho judge of all the earth on rising market, labor, finds employpropriation was charged in tho suit, great Prices for the good to fine hurleys and ment and mankind contentment and One of the petition, bankrupt rivals and then prey having learned the lesson taught by the great day. and none developed. also for the colory grades were sustained Neither Mr. Bryan nor tho platform prosperity all history, accepted by Hamilton, present owners of the Climax ad- upon society. Corporations are the rrccrrmarrzs. "Siy mkjtttt Tho cause of silver, therefore, is fairly well this week, Tho common non" law and they must not be per- concurred in by Jefferson, indorsed on which ho stands proposes aught judicated the question. by Washington, and foUowed by elbo than to secure legislation in ac- the cause of humanity, and ought to descript and oil" colored sorts, were irreg COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KT. UHlVEFSiTY mitted lo pass from under the control of d , uW and a little easier. Tho weather has A.4tTttrl WttftlLmm IT.f rnuuihfl. CONSTITUTIONAL KICKERS. the power which created them; they are Jackson, that to attach the unit of cordance with tho plan nnd princi- commend itself to tho statesman, been fine for cutting and housing the rr8rslmriUa:.kenljicatiJ Entnl llatlnr" E4intln,Me, Col t nrnpkta 8ufau Ow permitted to exist upon the theory that value to cither metal would "destroy ples of the constitution which arc the patriot, tho moralist, and tho ttia.il. Vt u4 toua. PhjieTpkr Tll) TABLETS wrltUi sd Telrcrmfihr uctftt. l.w mee.' j There is a little daily paper in Lex- tliey advance the public weal and tfiey tho oflico and character of ono of the principles of right and justice. Christian. Strange that upon moral crop which will be practically finished !i JJ iOUInbnkmJ liofiIclU. No Varatloa. F''this week. Xchist CalTtnirr Dtp'ora wudctt oer ington that calls itself a Democratic must not be allowedto use their powers them as money and reduce it to the It is intended, so far as silver is con- grounds should bo based the selfish ' Undo Sam's Crown of Thorns. Cr ialDinn jtthat tysr (tadulu ia Mn; tt mi, tjf. " I nrdrr The following quotations fairly repre- 1jfi7i0 jrowr letter curttlar p'aper one of thatnewkind of Dem- for the public injurv? Bryau'e letter of situation of mere merchandise," and cerned, only to restore those laws argument for tho selfish single gold rwch Uu Cnll'oe, un Lu oir tr not a:d to press down upon the bleedand uMm cnlt $ WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINCTON, KY. ing brow of labor this crown of thorns." annul the use of either metal as mon- passed by Congress after tho adopt- standard a standard "which the im- sent our market for btrrley tobacco 1805 ocratic papers that howls for the acceptance. William JExxt-aBktas. cop: ey is to abridge tho quantity of cir- ion of tho Constitution in conform- partial enlighted opinion of the world ticket. The editor of this Chlcaso. July 9, 1996. Sheet Musie, 1 00 to LABOR AND CAPITAL. DR. PEFFER'S paper is the brother of the man that culating medium, and is liable to all ity with the direction and duty Im- admits to be.in the interest of the fow Trash (dark or damaged)? 2 00 to 1 50 All voters should read the Campaign Edition Common colory trash 3 50 of The Arena, which began with tfec J use tseae manages the Louisville Post, and the the objections which arise from a posed by the supreme law. In other rich nnd against tho welfare of man- Medium to good col trash 3 50 to 5 00 OfSL-im- Si PILLS (b moatfee), price, and TBfis to Musical . Xiouisville Post did every thingln its Labor creates capital. Until Wealtliis comparison of the benefits of a fall, words, the proportion is simply to kind in general, an admission Common lugs not co.ory 2 00 to 3 00 crTKH-ii. Vv. 4 00 to C 00 power to defeat Hardin for Governor produced by the application of brain and with tho evils of a scant circulation rCpeal tho act of 1873 so fnr as it de- emphasized by the Republican Common colory lugs r4.f 2srral. ' aKy or J ,'i . Mfediuin Seed, your sabeeHpWon to Tlnnlniinn Office oi and Blackburn for Senator, both muscle to the resources of this country, medium," tho fathers deemed It ne- monetizes silver. This and nothing platform, which, by its declaration Common to good col lugs 0 00 to 8 00 if 2- laJtc?. lirleocataiUrori-ithis paper. to medimn leaf 5 00 to 7 00 "irs V3 tiUtatJoefc cessary to provide in the organic law more. Democratic nominees. These two there is ssthing to divide among the in favor of international biinettal-lisi- Medium to good leal S Jff KrUedoffeS3 pr eos, rmnil l CoJ hur a. rartr. 7 00 to 12 00 'J men and women at oseo. J ptala Ttraer. brother-in-laM sfngle gold Good to fine leaf bew P classes of society. Since the for bimetallism on such ratio confesses thnt the brothers have a at 12 00 It is well known that thanciof 1873 00 I a wek easUy made taking entera far tbe Cm- IS 00te 35 00 I Ol (4W Aira. Danville, who also believes in defeat- - producers of,"wealth create the nation's tween thdjnotalfl as Congress might originated in a combiriation'sbeivreen standard is unjust. Stranger still Select wrappery leaf (a aHiB S " CALAe.BClATI.. Ihfetxo. 12-J wMRyawMntwrrtiti M.MMM .m&IIjub riha 11AHO nn nlnl regular Democratic nominees. He prosperity ,ht time" of peace and defend I from 'time to time fix. and determine. thu bankers suid gold ma$rn&g of that'those contondiug.for the blulet - jLttc -- u." qBRnHiw--i nm Hv J," ' unnni.w AtUL niUMW QMMXT. H Sdlil lh' Kklimosdlkmc Co-- atal W M .&.Hfe, Brnim. t " i AM ifl ''-- jroawa .WKmz-j- , . 4 m- ve xmu.-tau- , i Ltiare T peril. tair So that Daniel .Wb5ter lwln cor- - the 01d;WorI4 4iUeitm4Wrt(aMB 9l the fatbarfi-MUit7n1Aivojate. Sch are some to iw'B a ;G..Mtw. s"-.- tr II ta I rf 2 bo-hi- nd m " f. 1 1 54 -- that are opposing the regular Democratic ticket. This little Iiexington.daily asks why not as rUBUSHES KVEBT WEDXKSDAT BT well advocate, making a dollar out of 10 ThQ Glimax Printing Go. of cents worth of silver bullion as out 60 cents worth ? Simply because 412) grains of silver, fine pkice YEAR, $1.50. does not sell as bullion at 10 cents. IN ADVANCE, $1.25 When gold appreciates to such nn extent that the silver bullion in a will bring only ten cents, the WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1S9G. dollar evil results of a gold standard will bo clear enough "then to be comprehendADVSBT1SHT& aATSS. ed, perhaps, even by our little Lex-- 1 O H O t H lgton daily. There is nothing wrong " O o with our silver dollar. The stamped 2 ? 2 412 grains buys 100 cents worth of 2 5 SPACE. 2 E gods and it has nothing more ; it than the gold dollar has. It is the silver bullion that is below I Inch- f i ooji 50 S z 5 f 4 50 $ 7 oo u oo par ; but its present condition is duo a Inches. 75 tjo 3 50 7 00 11 00 17 50 3 Inches. 3 50 3 jo 3 00 10 co 15 00 33 25 I to nothing olso than adverse legisla 4 Inches. on 19 00 si 75 tion 300 400 6 00 and discrimination. Restore it 00 finches. 3 50 300 7 50 15 00 13 oc 34 50 ol 400 600 9 00 18 00 17 43 00 to its former place, with mint rights K Co!.. .. 600 9001300370040006300 8 00 is oo 17 75 34 50 50 00 So 00 and money rights, and the bullion JiCol 10 00 15 ool 33 30 43 or 60 OollOO Oo Col. value will be tlio same as the money Reading notices 10 cents a line for first In- value. If you melt a gold dollar, you sertion, scents a line Tor each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of repeet and similar r can take it back to the mint and get at half rates. No specified position. it put back into a dollar, with silver you cannot do this. If you could, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. would you or any ono else take less than a dollar for the silver bullion FOR PRESIDENT. thus melted ? When the law makes it possible for the mint value and "VM. J. BRYAN, monetary demand to operate unhindof Nebraska. ered so as to influence the price of silFOH VICE PRESIDENT, ver, these influences will remove the present difference and make the bulAUTHUR SEAVELL, lion value and the coinage value the t of Maine. wiine. X. FOR CONGRESS. nine-tenths of the papers interestsvought at all times lo be consid rectly to the opinion that ugold and ered by those who stand in official posi- silver, nt rates fixotPby Congress, tions. The Democratic party has ever constitute tho legal standard of found its voting strength among those values n this country, and that who are proud to be known as the com neither Congress nor; any state has o authority to establish any other nion people, and it pledges itself to and enact snch legislation as is nec- standard, or to&displace this stand- . , i J - V essary to protect the masses in the free enjoyment of tLeir just shire of the reIt wouldihave jbeeu bad faith to wards of their labor. Bryan's letter of ordain that tho value of money should be fixed without also ordaining that acceptance. money should be coined so as to proISSUE OF PAPER MONEY. vide a currency with to pro-pos5"-- New.. There was no good rcason,,no demand mado by any political convention, or the public press, no open call oven by tho bankers and monoy changers, for its passage. It was done under color of and by anacten-title- d mat-te- interest-bearin- g "An act revising and amending the laws relating to the mints." But fow of tho Congress thnt passed it dreamed at the time that it demonetized silver. Sucli men as Senators Beck, Thur-maand Stewart, as. Messrs. Garfield, Blaine, Morgan, William D. Kelly, Joseph G. Cannon and Richard Bland have publicly stated that they were ignorant of tho fact and General Grant declared that he did not know it when he signed the bill. Its passage has time and again been denounced on the floor of both houses of Congress as a fraud nnd it has been so pronounced and accepted by tho country nnd but for tho power of gold would long since have been repealed. At different times both houses of Congress have voted to replace the. old law. Mr. McKinley so voted. Prior to 1896 no political conversion ever declared against tho remonetiza-tio- n of silver or in favor of the single gold standard, but denounced the' n, Constitution and of thQ contract should bo denounced as unpatriotic and working to bring "dishonor" upon tho country! That which is'for the common wonl cannot bo dishonest. Such paradoxes do not ejast, In tho economy of nature. England is the great creditor nation: ours the great debtor nation. If England exact tho "pound of flesh" it is not for the United States to submit to tho taking of "blotd" as, well, ft John Bull demand payment In the dearer", metal, Undo Sam should not cownrdly surrender our option to pay in the cheaper. The question at issue is, whether tho interest of America or that of Europe Is to continue paramount; whether Great Britain or tho United States shall controll our financial policy; and it seems thnt we (an better protect our "credit" by utilizing tho silver which naturo has bounteously stored in our western, mountains for discharging our obligations, giving employment to labor, developing our resources, creating wealth, rather than by issuing bonds to got foreign gold to sink us deeper rnto quicksands where the gold standard has put us; better preset vo our "honor" by preiorring the interests of our own people to those of foreigners: by loyalty to the Stars and stripes rather than to tho British Flag. W. B. Flkjiixo. t Is what gives llood'a Sarsaporllla ita great popularity, Its constantly increasing sales, and enables it to accomplish it3 wonderful and unequalled cures. Tho combination, proportion and process nsed In preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla aro unknown to other medicines, and make llood'a Sarsaparilla Merit K L U K W i iii ill m -- ur BHM --4BBIB) -- r i. S r - - - - -- K i ,' - tx. Peculiar to Itself Hood's Sarsaparilla bond-buyin- Coming m T? ROM 2 WITH IMMENSE LbiUUJUJhJ AN legal-tend- er SILVER g - MMM'q V- FALL DRYGOOD interest-bearin- g DIAMONDS, CLOCKS "i T j - WATCHES JEWELRY. 3eS-c&- rer-ita-! i tluou-,tndso- f J ... sin ilfiHil iro !: -- "- - o Non-Partisa- n a-- et THKEN - ,nie-edito- r. nt "'" on two-thir- ds e, HORT - lf 'J?i-i- V re-op- . -- x,otjts-v7-- i one-ha- lf C-p- et S, IMRI-UR- one-ha- lf s d, .... - 07"ET St $io7oooMir, RKTES $2 $2.50 PER DRY. l -- -- ?SVtoVvVS pssssssssssss, -- m "-"- -' ffd stand-ardjp-v.'htJse DR .d-vis- ed -- CREAM F BAKING Campaign Edition, POWDER FREIGHT. DRINKS. K fellow-Christian- s? School Books trea-turer- of -- m: l semis Stationary m mt::J-iMlal- loi r-- KSTEI-JIO- "I-tf- () s Instruments. No?e-Bb- er FERIODICALSJ r ONE DOLLAR. -- j-- ei n. wnt-a w V to-vl- o ig I4 T i.. " -. i i- ""ry--"fF - j Cr J'.-- 2 ; ' - 'r . vim? 3L- - -- j if iiW I B5S r . : - -- - fi. u . zr . - - H-' h'i vt j - . :.?.. ' , " . y - ae -- - .1. ' - 'r'i . :: Jt i '-- J ;- - ' i' " ? (- ?- , Vr -- j) rj 4li 5 .k :, ..i'- :Ws tt - i' J "1 . s.31 . " . ihitflMamM $&ijfelli&fcfe ., 3 ., iiiiftliliiJLfci '' mPii'i tiii "it. i'"1! I &wftnk "ifn Tifffiilll i JsSR , . ir i"MfiJW"iMBKB iHHHHinaBiHiHniilBBBBBSiSfl&i ' ' - J!i58KHHHHBfiHa9E' fawi ! ! Wr-"- "i t t r i "",r fi - ""J. ,4 j-- Jt I) ? v?i iwnpH . ,. "- -. R-si- a v-l- . k -- "" . . - "" ? r '.VZLY.". "" 4" 1 - iWlT C - if V t s"? W Sfots Oft THE WHEEL. on THE Four-year-o- ld At tho .home of the bride, near King ston, yesterday, Sent 15th. ly Rev. V. K Smith of the Christian, church, Mr. "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1- 6- 1S9C Inomas Anilerton, of Garrard county, anu jurs. halhe Gibbs were niar-T'1C Fiirjr's.tI?etV grooms is vinegar at a prominent farmer. The bride was forA big crowd in town, Friday, to see merly Mrs Thomas Gibbs. the circus. Protracted meeting at the Baptist Mr. T. C. Willis and Miss EttaFinnell. Church, Vaco. this place, will bo married at the Judge James II. Euibry spoke at Hotel inLouisvilIe,to-morronight, Ellistou, Saturday night. by Rev. D.F. Stafford, of the Christian George W. Rice offers for rent a good Church. Miss 'Xannie Willis, sister of the groom, w ill be present. The bride farm near Speedwell. See his ad. has been vssiting in the Falls City some Claude Smith put a tin roof on the time. She formerly lived at Kirksville. Shepherd Hotel at Irvine last week. The couple will return to Richmond A good farm for sale by John II and for the present live with the parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis. Thorje. See his ad. in another column. "fil-lar- d w Willis-Finne- CLIMAX. Anderson-Gib- bs. Bryan at Lexington. Per I K i Points hoWs th oun L - w . if- - ll. Town and county deserted, yesterday, to attend theBrvan speaking at Lexington. It js believed a thousand went from Madison. The total crowd is '.variously estimated at 50,000 to 100,000. Mr. Bryan ppokeat the fair grounds. The horsemen covered the entire track space, and the balance of the vicinity wag filled with pedestrians. Great enthusiasm prevailed, aud it looked ag if the whole world was Democratic Bryan made a gi cat speech which was heard by vast numbers, whilo thousandsand thousands of others looked on from the distance. Lexington lias never seen such a day. Circuit Court. , Two gentlemen from Hamilton? O., came through Richmond recently going to Berea. A gentleman from ColumbuJsO., who had beon to AVildcat mountain a wheel, came d Iasweek on return' Mr. Port Easly',. of Paoli,Tiul., Misses Mittie and Qarrie EaslyJ-anMr. Frank Alldiket of Indianapolis, were In Danville yesterday, the 8Wsts of Mr. Pollard. The entire paj-tyladies and all, had ridden fthoUis-tancover 150 miles, on "bicycles, and will return the same way. JJan-vill- o Advocate. through-Richmon, e, i " m 'pnoDcbDnMnuMPtr tlllllill ill Mill) I II i wmm. ifjg SMI a ttt PANOLA. CLOSING OUT SALE AT pin trETixi Delayed delayed. 9 mri.r3EL7an:ir:"mct3w: wier : On Sunday night Rev. X. B. Creck-moorassisted by Rev. McMurray, of the Berea Baptist church, closed a John MeHono, who killed Mul-luis.- is twelve days meeting at the Pilot Knob out on bond,alter a years con- Baplist , church, near Big Ilili. There finement. were thirty additions, among them some S. D. GolTsold to V. B. Kidd. Clark ladies whose husbands were opposed to county. 4S0 cattle, 1,57-- pounds, at 4 their joining the church. A special service "for women only" was strongly cents or $32,100. objected to by several or more men. Richmond had a greatly deserted Sunday night, after services, a man calllook, yevtorday, on account of the ed Rev. McMuiray to one side for a Jif'gira to Lexington. talk. Suddenly he was sunounded and years. Leonard Garrett fined in the ag- -' YV. Operator McCormick and one of the men struck at him savagery twice or oftener. Friends interfered and gregate about $1,100 for soiling whisbride have gone to housekeeping at corno blood was spilled. Parties were be ky in Berea precinct. ner North St. and Aspen Road. fore the Grand Jury Monday and be Gene. Johnson, colored, suffering If vou want to vote intelligently in fore the week is gone you may expect to gaming, fined $200. oomlier, read carefully the article in hear of several foolish men being Mage Fielder, concealed weapons, t'us paper written by W. J. Flemming. "pulled." ten days and $2o. Charley Bnrnam, colored, who runs Central University. A Convict Shoots at Senator Bronston. tin bike repair shop in Mackey's base-uien-t. Central University opened last lost a little boy by fever last week. There are grounds for suspicion Wednesday with most encouraging that an attemptwas made Jto assasr R. S Rice, an estimable citizen two prospects. The attendance for the first sinato Hon. Charles J. Bronston, at miles east of town, will be tried in the week, with a single exception, is the the station.at Kinkead on the Q.& Gs on a writ of lunacy. largest in the history of the Institution, circuit court to-drailroad last Saturday evening. A Hon. J. I). Black, Democratic w bile the personnel of the student body man under thejnlluenco of liquor, is unusually good. Xb finer looking or and whom Mr. Bronston had proseiiiiimuoe for Congress in the 11th di.s-nr- t. lias .several relatives in Madison more orderly set of students ever before cuted and sent to jthe pen for ten appeared on tde streets ot Richmond years, shot three times through a imntv. and all the indications arc for a very train on which Mr. Bronston was ( nl. Bennett Young and Dr. Combs, prosperous year. The Y. M. C A. re- riding. 1 Ixuusville, came up Thursday to ception Inst Friday evening was largely Although Mr. Bronston returned to plinti'graph a number of prehistoric attended and Rev. Dr. Young, of the Lexington Saturday night, he was . oi.jer-tMethodist Church, delivered an admirain Madison. rctiesnt about mentioning the inciTV many friends of T. J. Smith, ble address. At the "formal opening dent, and it was not known until Monday morning Rev. Jasper K. Smith last night, and r will le gl;ul to hoar that he i then but to a few of delivered the annual address which was his intimate friends. AA'hen called iiniih improved in health and will gotten off in his usual happy and elo- up by telepeone sim. ii In out again. last night and asked quent stle and was highly appreciated for a statement of the affair, Mr. B. Turpin.contractorof this place, by professors and sdudents. All the in substnpee the folBronston told la secured the contract for the carpen-- - dications point to a year of unusual low!. ig story : in t rk on the U. S. P. O. building prosperity and success for Central. He spoke at Sadieville on Satur. E. Moody & Co. day afternoon witli several contemBlue Grass Dental Association. lr. T. J. Fain, late of Kirkeville, and Dr. A. W. Smith and Dr. W. W. Bur-gi- n, porary candidates. After the speakt .r a short time resident at Union City, of Richmond; Dr. AV. W. Justice ing Mr. Settle and he went over to J.i-- 'l at Crab Orchard, last week, trom and Dr. J. W. Stapleton, of Winchester, a little store, and after seating themau of strychnine Dr. D. G. Proctor, of Mt. Sterling; Dr. selves were conversing when a man, A. C. Cook, of Millcrshurg; Dr. M. II. evidently under the influence of vernor W. J Stone, of Missouri, whiskey came in waving his hat, I mbtless w 1). R. Daily. Dr. A. Sprake and Dr. A. B. succeed crying "Hurrah for Bronston." He 1 uc is, as Secretary of the Interior, Boyd, of this city, met by invitation Wednesday evening at Dr. M. II. Dai-ley- 's came over and sat down by him sayw iui Bryan forms his cabinet. olllce and organized the Bluegrass ing as he did so, "I'm pretty drunk, handsomely engraved announce-- i Dental Association. Dr. Smith was but no treat of yours made mo so. at from llaryey, Ills., shows that elected President; Dr AV. AV. Justice, I'm for you even if you did send mo l'n L V.Dodge was not married until A'ice P.iesidant; Dr. AV. P. MtQuown, to the pen for seven years." u-- t Wednesday, but the other partial Secretary, and D. G. Proctor, Treasurer. Mr. Bronston said: lars are the same as heretofore given. Drs M. II Dailey, AV. P. McQuown and "I asked him his name and he reA. C. Cook were apjointed a commitfee fused to give it, but said that he had Do You Want a House? to draft by-lafor the association, and killed a man in Scott county. I then . II. Pigg has a residence with were also appointed the Executive Com- recalled the murder and recognized fmr aercs of ground on West Main mittee. The association was formed for him as James Sallee, who, with ansir.-- , t. See him if vou want to live. the mutual pleasure and benefit of its other mail named Robert True, had Figures by Request. members, and will hold ifs first meeting shot to deate a man named Robinson in this city on December 1. Paris Xews. after he had pirt them out of church, Ia 1 the Climax where they were misbehaving. table of national finances recently "Coly" Crazy. "The Q. & C. train came in about put forth in these columns. Many calls C. C. Colmesnil, of Louisville, who this time and I got aboard, going Ime been made at this office for the married Miss Saunders, of Crab to the chair car. I noticed that Saltable, since our edition was exhausted, Orchard, and who was for many lee went forward and boarded the numerous requests have been re-years a mail messenger on the L. & smoker. After going some distance ved for its The article - unii partisan and filled with ital in-- t X., has been adjudged insane and the conductor came round and told ordered to the asylum. Some regis- me that a drunken fellow was at the nii.iiiou relative to the money of the e, The K. X. I. & B. is to be sold again, and the upshot price has been lowered to 230,000. Attacked the Preacher. 1 Court adjourned yesterday, as everybody wanted to go to Lexington. Courtis up with the docket. Grand Jury as follows: Owen Newby, foreman, L X. Sharp, Geo. Million, Jas. M. Gibson, Squire Turner, Reuben Hill, J. T, Long-- Ever ett Parrish, Luther Hadon, W. P. Dunbar, Ira Million. Only eight or ten indictments returned to date. Ollio Terrill, colored, horse stealing, goes .to. the penitentiary three I. ay 1 After the breakfast hour, a'few mornings ngo, Mrs. Sallie o left hero and v. heeled to Pcrry-vill- o and Danville and theifbe home, reaching hero boforathe noon hdur, and accomplishing what no other lady rider in this section would dare undertake. The distance covered was 32 miles. Harrodsburg Democrat. ' The first bicycle ever in Jackson arrived by express last week, it is the property of one of the professor at the college. A big, strappin-- . mountaineer, from- - Leslie saw the wheel in tho express office and said: "What's that ar?" "A bicvcle." an swered a bystander, who went to explain it uses. "I low'd mebbo' it war a new fangled contraption" to measure saw logs with,' replied the citizen of Leslie. Jackson Hustler. In response to an inyitation sent out by Mr. and Mrs. F.F. Waller, a number of bicyclists of the town met at the hospitable AValler' home last Fridny "evening, at G o'clock. As soon as the party had assembled a photographer took pictures of them oul in tne yard. All were, then Invited to the dining room whore awaited a most inviting repast. The refreshments consisted of melons, fruits, confections, ices, cakes, coffee and wafers. After partaking of the'se, and while still seated around 'Hie board, a bicycle club was The organization . was named the "Mamie Cycle Club," in honor of Mrs. Ayaller. Although it was then dark, a little "run" was taken through town, the party returning to the Waller residence before disbanding. Mc-Ke- Prof. R. C. Adams closed hissingingat tho school house last Sunday night with a large crowd. The class will meet again AVeduesday night Prof. Johnson and a number of singing classes will meet at the Ilisle school house on the third Saturday in September. There will be plenty of music interspersed with speeches. The public is invited and au enjoyable day is expected Dinner on the ground. Note the time and place and come. The Speedwell oratorical boys will beon hand aud orate. They delighted the full house that greeted them at Speedwell Friday night. They can do it again. STORE. STOCK OF. m tm 4 i HI ENTIRE ri i II M r t t Delayed. COLLEGE LULL. lrs. Emeriuo Alexander fell down airs one night last week, fracturing her collar bone and receiving several bad bruises. It was thought at first she was fatally hurt but is better. Tho sick of the community are doing well. The little daughter of Dr. R. B. Combs, who has been so low with typhoid fever; is slowly improving. A. AV. AA'illiams is repairing his residence, putting in new flooring, windows, doors, etc., and will treat it to a new coat of paint. Wm. Mellon sold to R. G. Englo 20 of the nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasantcfforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only rag remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are clue to the fact, that itis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating Uie organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you that yon have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by frrUa all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good healrJi, Bm 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 skill' ul physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisf actio n. With a Gladness Comes understanding better r&uairu8 SSI Men's Pants Any Price. Boys' and Children's Knee Suits 50 cents. Youths' Suits almost given away. AW clothuntg- i - I WILL BE CLOSED Men's Suits Any Price. pal IMIIEIbT'SL WM )$W $&(&Tt& pi Isp Men's Shoes, all sizes, very cheap. Boys' school shoes any price. Children's shoes 20 cents up. LADIES' SHOES Ladies' shoes to close from 25 cents up. Ladies' slippers any price. SHOES I TClark's 0. N. IBCST er JE3 Hfp T. Spool Cotton, 3 spools, 10c. 9 4 -- par-chas- e, Ladies' Dress Goods, all kinds, very cheap. Percale shirt waists 23c. all sizes. Ladies' wraps, all prices. Ladies' hose, 5c. up. Children's hoe, two pair, 5c. MEN'S Shirts, 25c; - - FURNISHINGS. Suspenders, 5c; Handkerchiefs, 5c. Socks, 5c; Hats Very Cheap. well-informe- d MIMslNERt! J. C. MILLER, MANAGER. Ladies' Trimmed Hats to close out cattle at $3.20 per hundred. College Hill carried off the honors at Kingston, in the coutest between College Hill and Speedwell. Rev. Fred Kelley first prize, Pate Adams second. A number of our young people took part in the entertainment at Doylesville Saturday night that was given for the benefit of the church at that place. A shooting affray took place between Peter AVills aud Dood AValters, of Estill, which resulted in AValters being badly wounded. How's This? AVe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co. Props., Toledo, O. AVe the undersigned, have known T. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and him perfectly honerable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. AVest : Truax, AA'holesale Druggistu, Toledo, Ohio, AValding, Kinnan & Marvin, AVholesale Druggists Toled, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mc-cosurfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. 1310 THE MODERN MOTHER 1m-lie- ve RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS CHEAP- 50G - 3?jl HERRY KLEIR araj Trunks, Valises and Telescopes. I I CM. SHEARER, SALESMAN, 14 1 SOl - M pip '"! lallirtJ srasraJSfTHJsrJS this WM &m Ml n ii j .i P II1 I I f 1 ' 1 ppijp EraBITaaBTEJE3Ta'a'lra&n 1 u. i -- i l : i rtJsraErasrTHJsiTHJsiTHJsTHJa z l ir i ' r I - I - !. rn " 15-1- 210 Main St., Richmond, Ky. m . pJBpJargl - " For ii ,?JJBpE3 Y0T7 MAY NEVER EE "WEALTHY. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. CORKECTED WEEKLY. 12Jc lb Sc doz us Butter Eggs Chickens (live) Chickens (spring) Ducks (lire) Cheese Lard Beeswax Ginseng Wool (Nol) Durry and Cott Green hides Dry hides Feathers (new) J - oM-rdos- 1 " 1-- Car-hs!i-- jd 1 uutrv Died Near Union City. Mrs Jennie Todd, wife of Ben Todd, i. Thursday, Sept. 10th, IS'JG, of aj;d 30 years. Buried in De- I liiuuud cemetery on Friday. re.is d was a daughter of Mis. Sally Ann and granddr.uj-lito- r C.i.li. lecca'-cdof t v.i'1-I- I X. V.'ehV. She uasauiein- , uinral took place from the church at threatening letters. Stanford JourI uion City, near which she lived. nal. Colmesnil lived in Richmond A i oi the Christian church, and the tered letters wre taken from his car at Rowland several years ago, and although ho claimed that ho was robbed, he was unablo to substantiate, and was discharged. The matt"r weighed heavily on his mind nod the last time he was in Stanford, he gve evidence that it was nearly g7ne.'Tho Times says ofjate he has been loafing about the court house arguing free silver and writing sev- Louisville and Nashville Rales. eral years. Louis-mie inpfare for the round trip to -. plus, $1.00, for admis-- s ia "The Kentuckians," a new male 25), October 3rd, limited hi. t . , u.l.er ."ih, account fall meeting of quartette, will make their first ap. 1 l.;iisvillc Driving and Fair Association. pearance at Barlow's Hall, Monday PF.RSriNA is evening, Sep. 14. The gentlemen Mijww.w.-wof Sovereign Grand 1odgo of IN I ) i F., at Dallas, Texas, lheL.K. composing the quartette tire Prof. -Rulrojtl will sell round trip tickets at Edw. S. Fogg,, of Covington, a famous eornetist, who also has a fine fare, September 17, 10, good until o Master James Ilerndon, of Georgetown, second tenor; Dr. A. O. Browne, of came over la6t week and is attending tuber 10th Atlanta, Ga., as baritone, whose Mrs. Tipton's school. Bryan Club in Duncannon. voice in solo work has been so highMr. Thomas Mobcrley, of RichThere was a large meeting of the cili-- i ly appreciated here as elsewhere! ns of Duncannon Precinct on Thurs Prof. AVarrcn Meeks, of Covington, mond, has been a guest the past week, l.u night, September 10t.li, at the Blythe wlio is thought to have one of the of his aunt. Mrs. John M. Moberley. Harrodsburg Democrat. N'iooI House. Senator George, of Graves clearest and sweetest first tenor Dr. Young is attending Methodist cunty, spoke to the audience. His voices in the State, anil Mr. A. D. bpcech was strong and convincing from a Flora, of Campbellsvillo, who has a conference at Somerset. to 1 standpoint and showed any other stronjr, deep and sonorous bass voice. Mr. AVillie B. Boen is attending & X , Musical Treat. car platform asking to see me. I said I would not see him, and the porter locked the door. He then stood on the platform and beat upon the door, and shouted until the little .station of Kinkead was reached. Here he got off and asked the conductor where 1 was. To get him out of the way, I suppose, tho latter told him that I had gone to the front car. He then walked forward to the smoker and flrccl" three shots through it. AYhether ho intend to kill me or not, I do not know. Fortunately no one was hurt. Wo soon left the station, and I do lint know whfit became of Sallee." Bicycle riding will positively cure hay fever, according U the statement of S. Solomon, a man well known to the wheeling worliLwho claims to have made this reihafkableHscQvery. Mr. Solomon ijr not a manufacturefTof. bicycles and he does not say that anv oneinakeof wheel is bettor than another as a remedy for this annoying disease. Any bicycle that can be ridden will do,, from the lowest priced machine to the highgrade wheel, so Mr. Solomon 6ays, and he nppearslo be in earnest about it " For seventeen years I suffered from hay fever," he began in true patent medicine ad. fashion, speaking of his discoy-- ' ery, "and I can tell you seventeen years is a long time- - I bought enough so called cures to stock a chemist's shop, just as a thousand of others have done. I joined the Hay Fever club, too, and spent a great deal of time in the monn-tian- s the only place where even slight relief was to be found. I bought a weel two years ago, but did very little riding Inst season. 1 found out that the fever did not annoy me much as I rode along, but this year I find that bicvcle riding has cured me completely. I usually ride aliout two hours a day in the early morning. Any sufferer from hay fever who follows this plan is sure to find relief in a few days and a positive cure in a reasonable time. At least a, dozen men of my acqnaintnee have been cured in this way." Mr. Solomon is preparing a paper on this subject, which he will read before the Massachusetts Medical Society. X. Y. AVoild. We hiked by way of Irvine and over the AVinding Stair to Beattyville, going -- 5c lb 5c lb 5c lb 10 to 121c lb 81c 20c S2.50c 11 to 12c 7 to Sc lb lb lb lb ?A to 4c lb 5 to 6c lb 32c lb lb Has found her little one3 are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedy than by any other, and that is more acceptable to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits tlem. Tho true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufac tured by the California Fig Syrup Company only. Lftst of Letters. 1316 TO SENT IT McKinley J 'OsborneJProf II , Bailv, AVlieeler Broaddus, Maggie Perkins E W (col) Covington, Geogie Reed R II (reg) Collins, Dr II R Peck G L Gilly, T J Robert Mariha Sanders Dora Hancock, AVin Harris, Mrs Bettic Stanley Sallie Kinchelos, Bessie AVhite Sallie AVhite Rev P A Logston, Elen Miller, Harry Williams Rinda AVilcox Rhoda Million, Bill Middeton, S A AVoodard Bettie Mess, Mariah Sanders Emmie Hardie, Maiissie Hamilton, Coc Tolivar Dora AValker AValacc Kerby, Katie J. B. AVILLIS, Postmaster. BracherHattie HIS MOTHER IN MANY. GER- Mr. Jacob Esbensen, who is in the em ploy of the Chicago Lumber Co., at Dei. Moines, Iowa, says: "I have just sent to my mother in some nieuicine-Jbacthe old country, that I fcttosv !from per- sonal use to bs the best inedncV'Q.in the world for rheumatism, having usetf.r, my family for several years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It always does the work. 50 cents per bottle, for sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. 1m Pure blood is the safeguard of health. Keep your blood pare, rich and full o vitality by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.f and you will not need to fear the attacks of d isease. 212 k I U .Si. J -- contention, undemocratic and unamcri-ca- n After his speech a Bryan Club was formed with John Grizard, President; Thomas Powers and George Samuels, ' ' ire Presidents ; J. W. Murray, Secretary , AV. C.Samuels, Assistant Secretary. Eightv-fou- r meinbers enrolled. Ready The Mind Reader. This freak will be recalled by numerAn exchange ous Richmond people. sjvs of him : "Thomas Jefferson Ready, the Lexington mind reader, performed one of his great feats recently at Cincinnati, which has alreadi'set the world to talkingOn a wager he went to the postolhce in that city blindfolded, took from a iostollico box a package of letters,. Deselected a particular one and then found the man it was addressed to. After he found the man he read the contents of the letter, still being blind-fo- l led. This is a test never before attempted by any living man, and was done upon a wager of $1,000." - These gentlemen met somo days ago at High Bridge Camp Meeting, almost by accident, and from the first the very marked harmony of their voices wsus seen and felt, and though they were together there only one day this was 'enough to prove to others, as well as to themselves, that a splendid double "match team" of rare "gaiting" had been found. The quartette- organization has now been formed, and an extensive tour oi the South lnus been planned, giving Georgetown the first evening- of pleasure. Georgetown Times. - thelJible College at Lexington. Editor Landram, of the Lancaster Record, was here, Monday, going to - Chenault-yalkc- r. At the Episcopal Church in Richmond, to-da- Septemeer ICth, Bishop Burton, of the Diocese of Lexington, will unite the hearts and hands of Mr. Thomas Douglas Chenault, Jr., and Miss Laura Moss Walker. Mia Xellie Hood, of Cov'ngton, is maid of honor. The gentlemen are Messrs. J. Quincy AVard. Jr., of Paris, I. B. Chenault, Cabel H. ChenThe Old, Old Story. ault, AV. It. Letcher, Jr., C. W. Trjbble, Miss Hereunder is a copy of an elegant an- J. S. Crutcher, of Richmond. Mary Pattie, organist, Miss Julia Hig-ginnouncement just received : violinist. The father of the bride "Marcus A. Bogip, Elizalicth M. Morse, married Thursday, September 10th, 189G, will give her away. The bride's costume Kansas City, Mo." is an elegant travelling broadcloth. The "At home, "Wednesday after October couple will go to Lexington and take the 1st 007 Forest Avenue." night train to Washington. The presents This is Dr. M. A- - IVigie, a prominent aie numerous aud valuable. The groom physician. lie w a 'native of .Madison, is a handsome and bright youny nian, and left here during the war, going to old a son of Thos. I). Chenault, Sr., the well-knoMexico to escape the drnfu He became President of the Second National a surgeon in the Mexican army and en- Bank, aud one of ths wealthiest and gaged in speculation. Having accumumost accomplished farmers of the counlated a considerable fottune, aud the war ty. The bride is a beautiful girl of in the United States having closed, he probably sixteen gentle summers, of a went to Xew Yo k and graduated from a magnetic presence, with all the grace, medical college, continuing however tc winsome ways and polish that wealth speculate. Finally ie removed to Kan- and affection could bestow, and is a sas City, where he soon reached the lop daughter of J. Stone AValker, the widely round of the medical ladder. He is a known financier. This couple have 6tnkingly haudsoma man, exceedingly J friends aud relatives in .great number, companionable, and hero's hoping that land begin life under more propitious he has found a life partner who duly ap auspices than. often 'Jail to the Jot o preciates his many excelleiicl6. inatri&eatal voyageura Lexington. Miss Mary Crawford, Doylesvillc, has returned to Hamilton collogc, Lexington, for the school year. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, of Kew York, are guests of Capt. and Mrs. S. come to a fifty-fowell, which affords F. Rock. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Rock abundance of nature's beverage. At Mil are sisters. lere Creek, wo found a man who ordered Miss Temple Oldham will go to an electropois'e battery, and when it and will re- came with gold covered wires he reCincinnati turn next AVodnesday with lior mil- turned it promptly and requested one liner and a largo line of fall mil- with silver covered wires. Flora the linery. Grand opening tho follow- Winding Stair by way of the" North Fork road to Beattyville, probably ten miles, ing week. there is not a house, not a fence, not a MURDEKT AT M. STERLIXG. drop of water, and we saw not a living thing. Circuit court was in session at handAn associate press dispatch of the 13th Beattyville. Judge Redwine is the somest man in his district. Judge Beat-t- y from Mt. Sterling says: and Judge Gourley ate among the A carnival of crime broke out here distinguished looking members of the last night The first was a wife murder, almnt 6 bar. The venerable Judge Day is still a o'clock. James Bush of Thompson's youth ai:d is always in the bis: cases. J. Station, Clark county, went to the home F. Sutton, like the other lawyers, takes of Mrs. Xancy Tade, in Ibis city, where The Climax. Judge Lilly, Judge Ridhis divorced wife was visiting with her del and J. B. AVhite were visiting attortwo little girls, aged respectively 11 and neys. Dr. Thos. Pryse, a prominent 14 years. He called the woman to the young, physician, who received his early door and shot her through tho breast, education at Elliott Institute, aud hio giving her a death wound. He then ran brother Robert, who married Miss AVil- and is still at large with a large posse in liams, near Keu llouse, are among our readers. J. A. Robinson, liveryman, his pursuit About the same time in a drunken is another reader, and there's Circuit quarrel at the resort of ''Mother Jones." Clerk Smith; also R. C and C. B. Hill. Aithur Duff, a young man from Clark Mr. Breed, who was connected witli the R. N. & lis count, bail his bow els cut out and will ager ofI.tho B at an early perio I, big manGovPryse House. The die.Ed.Foieraan,a young man of this city ernment dam is torn out, and the 0 was arrested and is in jail, charged with a total loss, the surplus stone having doing the cutting. Duff rays that he been condemned and refused by the at does not know the name of the man who builders of tha lock and dam yard High Bridtre. Hermann's lumber and cut him, but he describes Foreman ac- mills are the bigglst institution in tho curately. Three Forks country. The Epiecopal Church building is a handsome 'stone I!oth banks" The Cuban war continues, and Spain structure just completed vacant as bubbles, and likewise the is Beudinfjt'ynec'and money., but the are pockets of n aiy The Spaniards iuon'.t get out of night of Jla- - venerable father of, Uapt.'S.iJFivRock, -V ' this place,. ie a resuient oiJieftUyvUle."---."VKBft, II $300.-00stock-holders- Friday and returning Saturday. Distance 4G miles by the cyclometer. Pike three miles beyoud Irvine, or 24 miles in all. Dirt road good except crosa gullies and sand beds which kept us getting up and down to a mout annoyjng degree. The AVinding Stair is a profound terror. It is a mile high and has jnmp-off- s like gigantic steps. On top of this mountain, the noted Hawkins killed Land and Arvine nearly 40 years ago, for which Hawkins was dul3' hanged at Irvine. It was wrong. The men evidently begged Hawkins to kill them, rather than try to climb down that terrible AVinding Stair. Having descended coming the Stair, toward Irvine the traveler, if yet alive, finds himself between the devil and the deep, between the Stair blue sea, or and the Old Landing hill. But like an oasis looms up the solitary home of the enerableMr. Hamilton, whose granddaughter, Miss Sch oil, is the presiding genius. Those rosy cheeks and a cold big spring gushing from the base of the mountain, are inspiring, especially when you are so far from Fox town and the thermometer 97. Cam Tipton lives at the foot of Old Landing hill, near which is AA'hy Not postoffice, and is the Good Samaritan of the locality, though he didn't talk exactly like one the morning he fell over a cliff about 29 feet At the old Harrison Cockrell place, long owned by D. B. Pryse, yon receive a kind wel- "For years," says Capt. C. Muellar, "I have relied upon Ayer's Pills than any I have used many preparations for re thing else in the medicine chest, to regstoring hair to natural color, but never ulate my bowels, and those of the ship's had satisfactory results till I used Zulu crew. These pills are not severe in their Vulier; it will restore any hair or beard action, but do their work thoroughly." to its natural color in three weeks. If it It does not they return your money, so you Ayer's Sarsiparilla is not a secret prelake no risks. People who have never tried it can get a sample package which paration. Any physician may have the contains enough to restore any one's formula on application. The secret ol its success as a medicine lies in its ex hair to natural color, by sending 21 traordinary power to cleanse the blood stamps, to pay postage, ect, to of impurities and cure the most deep-ICo., New Concord, Ohio. . ;The regular price is $2. 50 per package. seated cases of I( it does not restore yonrbair to naturThere are some people who are never al color, or make any color ofjiair dark- positive in anything. It is always, "I er in three weeks, they will return your or "I guess so." There is a stamps. This proposition is so fair that world of such people; andjt is refreshing thousands are using it. It is harmless, sometimes to one hear a person speak-abut never fails. Why can't big money having F, two-cent Hair Restored to Natural Color. But you can be healthy. Constipation causes two thirds of all the diseases old, at M. II. & Pure vinegar, My residence and of land in of humanity. Violent cathartics may C. II. Pigs's. S grass. AVest Main street, Richmond. They will never cure. relieve you. 15 C II I ( What you need is Wright's Celery CapDon't miss seeing those fine silver 1VPPIM sules. The' cure constipation, Sick inlaid spoons at D. P. Armer's, warranted Headache, Liver and Kidney trouble. for 25 years and cheap. B 45 Why? Because they are Nature's Harmless "Remedies aud you get 100 days constitutional treatment at a cost of lc. a C. B. Engh'inan & ( .. at K. day or 14 weeks for $1. Cure guaran C. or L. & S. depot. Richmond. in every St box teed by bankable paper Fresh Bet f. Mutton and Pork. Sold by T. S. Ilagan, Druggist 12 10 Prompt delivery. Prices, Low. ash. Your patronage solicited. l.Mfi In a recentletter to the manufacturers Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the Spectator. Rushford X. Y. says: It may be a GORfi pleasure to know the high esteem in which Chamberlain's medicines are held TO READ BOTH SIDES by tho people of your own state, where OF THE QUESTION? OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE must be known An aunt of mine, who resides at Dsxter, Iowa, was about to PROCESS. The New York Journal is the only visifftie a few years since, and before indorsing leaving home wrote me, asking if they Metropolitan paper I have started a steam corn meal were sold here, stating if they were not mill at Corner of Orange ami Orchard streets, near the old burnt she would bring a quantity witli her, mill, in Richmond. Custom grindto do without them. as she did' ing done. Meal, Bran. Slup-stu- ir etc., to isChamber-laine- 's The medicinb,lex(erred on hand. and it daily publishes articles by Cough Iteii3& famous for its cures of colds and croup; Cuambsrfilhf-'s.theleadine financiers of the country hack, on bofAsides.cithc question, Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame he producing- and vdhmig pains in the sides and chest, and Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea OliVCi v C, not know what These Kemedy for bowel complaints. medicines have been in coustant use in It is progressive, liberal and aiw aySH Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. On improved farms in Madison counespouses the cause of the masses. ty, Ky., at R per cent, semi annual The people have learned that they are Every broad minded man should interest; no commission charged. articles of great worth and merit, and room IT, unequaled by any other. They are for read it, whether Republican or Address Geo. W. Kenyon Building. Louisville. Ky. Pharmacy. sale by Hagan's 1316 Democrat. For blank applications and other information, inquire of Impoverished blood causes that tired J. TEVIS COBB, Attorney, feeling. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, enRichmond, Ky. riches and vitalizes the blood and gives It vigor and vitality. If you would always be healthy, keep your blood pure with Hood's Sarbaparib-la- , the One True Blood Purifier. It Sals o? Rent. ll'iiLri ! SHOP! a Are You Afraid MEAL BYTHE ke Bryan and Sewall J J.W.Rymeli TO jZirr LOAN Iay. TO 1 AVil-so- n; 1 Cent everywhere. Dally Ninety per cent, of all the people need Subscription for One Month, including Sunday- - - - 40cont3 to take a course of IIpM's Sarsaparilla si Sl.OO ..... niiP : TwnMrmthTiinH n." Half this season to prevent that land This land is rich, and cood dwell ing house and condition of the system which invites Send subscription to heing pro----- i n ii. --- The Voice run-dow- n blood-diseas- e. disease. It Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and do not purge, paiu or gripe. All druggists 25c. O don't-know,-" -- - It "What a 'Woman Can Do. ductive. Terms made known on tlav of sale. If the land is not sold, it will be rented to the highest and best bidder for Circulation Departmcntirom Kansas one year, with privilege of three vearx. Sale between the hours of 10 ami 11 e my name o'clock, a. m. 15-- 10 sons), but I de- JOHN H. THORPE. The NewYoino,d,5r8 Aro s !- - - r- - -- " -- s I I .J ?! -- 3' : rsM k- - "J? JT j. 'Jl- . 1 ; T jU--ti afi'v'i SSK. 3b ritiias33BK5i - ....- .- sf it ! " iTv d! "4kJf- - convictions, like Mr. Charles' iit'? anu bank be made by selling Zulu Arulier from " Last week. I cleared after jiayhig all My Snyder, of Bangor, Pa., who wrote; "I house to house? (2L can heartily expenses, S355-S5- , the month previous reccommend Simmons LivS2C0 and have at the same time attended to A 6ood Wind MiU-M- ak tt Your- er Regulator to all w ho are troubled with other duties. I believe any energetic perTwo steers, red with wite face, Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint" self. It son can do equally as well, as I have had and black with ear mark, came to my place lietween the lht and 15th of It has been held that consumption is very little experience. The Dish Wash- July. Owner can have same I made one of the people's wind mjlls hereditary, and property and paying charges. the fact that one person er is just lovely and every family wants which I saw recommended in your paJamks B. Francis, of a family had died with consumption one, which makes selling very easy. I 14-- 15 per recently, it only cost me $9. 40 and is Paint Lick, Ky. People bear about canvassing a splendid mill; my well is deep, but it was considered a sure sign that others do no come or send for Dish Washer and pumps it all right and with very little of that family could not escape it This the is partly true and partly untrue. A man one. It is strange that a good, cheap wind; the neighbors all like it, and as I with weak lungs is likely to transmit Dish Washer has never before been out am kind of a carpenter, I have agreed to that weakness to his children. But on the market. The Mound City Dish put up nine mills already, on which I there is no reason in the world why the Washer fills this bi'l. With it you can can make a nice profit, and there are weaknesswill notdisappear. Decayingtis-sue- s trash and dry the dishes for a family of many others for whom I can put up mills will be thrown ofF, and new mate- ten in two minutes without wetting your On SaturdayOctober 10, '96, this fall. I don't see why every farmer rial will bo added until the lungs are nands- - As soon as people see the Washshould not have a wind mill, when they well and perfectly strong again. This is er work they want one. You can make at 10 o'clock, a. m., on tho premises, one can make it themselves for less than $10, and one half miles East of Speedwell, I any one can get diagrams and complete the thing that Dr. Pierce's Golden Med- more money and make it quicker than will rent to the highest aud best bidder, ical Discovery does. This is what makes with any household article on the mardirections for making the wind mill, by it cure 93 per cent of all cases of con- ket I feel convinced that any lady or stamps to pay pos-tau- e sending 18 two-cesumption where it is taken according to j;entleman can make from $10 to $15 per etc., to E. D. Wilson ifcCo., Alleghedirections. It searches out disease germs lay around home. You can get full known as J. C. Rice plnce, 50 acres more ny, Pa., aud there can be dozens of them wherever the' may be in the body and particulars by addressing The Mound or less to go in corn ; 20 acres more or put up in any locality by any one that force them out of the system. It supplies City Dish Washer Co., St. Louis, Mo. less to go in wheat, balance in grass. has energy to do it &3r ALSO anJ place one the blood witli rich, properThey help you get started, then you can third intcrcrit at same time Smith's farm, A Farmer. (1) in J. Speed It one mile East of Speedwell. ties. It makes tho appetite good, and iaakevmoney awful fast. m m digestion perfect Send 21 cents in one- Icoc Oroam Made la A Hiauto. 15--16 GEO. W. RICE, Ex'r. Don't let anyone persuade yon to take jcent stamps to World's Dispensary Med anything else instead of Simmon's Liver I have au Ice Cream Freezer that will ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and llegulator. Some merchants will try to freeze cream perfectly in one minute, as .receive Dr. Pierce's 100S page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," profusely illus- dp this but not for your good. They do it is such a wonder a crowd will always i,to make a little more profit on some- -' It be around, so any one can mako from trated. Uing of an inferior quality, though five to six dollars a day selling cream, There is no excuse for any man to ap- you must pay just as much for the bad and from ten to twenty dollars a day sell- pear in society with a grizzly beard since 's Be sure to tako ing Freezers, as people will always buy the introduction of Buckinhams Dyc Liver Regulator and nothing else, an article when it is demonstrated that which colors naturallv brown or black. I will on SEPTEMBER 20th, '00, offer look for the Bed Z on every package. for sate, the farm, at the month of Drownthev can make money by so doing. The (4) ing Creek, in Madison county, containing Prematura baldness, may be prevented cream is frozen instantly nnd is smooth aland free from lumps. I have dono so well and the hair made to grow on heads A Wife Equal t a Sotd Mine! 1-2 myself aud have friends succeeding so ready bald, by the usoof Hall's Vegetable It well that I felt it my duty to let others Sicilian Hair Rene wer. t Wilt pome f your readers give mo a kuow'of this opportunity, as I feel confi- Churning fJone in Qna Minute, g!)Ql recipe for making cold starch? I There is over one hundred acres of river anrt creek bottom ; the remainder hill dent that any person in an-- " locality can flat irons and iron land. This land is rich, and good dwellam selling make money, as any person can sell being proI have tried the Lightning Churn, you a,little at eycry house and have to use ing house and cream and the freezer sells itself. J. F. recently described in your paper, and it some .starch every, place and want to ductive. Terms made known on d ly of Casey, A Co., 1143 St. Charles St.,' St. is certainly a wonder. lean churainless know how to make goodold starch. My sale. If the land is not sold, it will be best bidder for Louis, Mo., will mail you complete in- than one minute, and the butter is ele- lrosband was in debt and I being anx- rented to the highest and. of three years. one year, with privilege structions and will employ you on a sal- gant and you get considerably more but- ious to help him thought I would sell Sale between the hours of 10 and 11 g ary if you can give them your whole ter than when you use a common churn. flat irons, and I am doing o'clock, a. ni. 15-- 10 JOHN H. THORPE. (B) Geo. B. time. I took the agency for the churn here and splendidly. A'cent's worth of fuel will buttei-makhi;at the iron for three hours, so you sees it buys one- - I every (JEU. W. lULEY BEST IN QUAtlTV. have sold three dozen and give tho best hiive a perfectly even heat. You can MOST IN QUANTITY. i satisfaction. I know I can sell 100 in this ion in half the time and no danger of Of Shelbyville; Ky., Recommends township, as they churn so quickly, scorching the clothes as witli the old Wright's Celerv Capsules. and you can gctthe most beautiful ( Shelbyville, Ky., May 20, 'OC. To make eo much .more butter than com mon churns and are go cheap. Sonie- - gi&ss. I sell at nearly every house, as Wright Medical Co., ol., O.: Gents I have purchased a bor of .pno in every township can make two or tEeironBavesso much fuel everybody (j; .WHITE'S OSES Wrieht's Celery Capsules from' Gj L. three hundred dollars selling these wAuta oue. I make $1. 50 on each iron Middeltpn, druggist, and used them f&i churns. Hy addressing J, F Casey & Co. aii'dlhave not sold less than ten any day My brother Is doing well and Sour Stomach. Torpid Liver and Coustik St Louis, you can get circulars and full 6 jiation and found that they nave raew im- information so you can make big money Sunink anvene can make lots of nroncv fc FOSSOVSARS mediate reliel every time. L think it an right at home. I have made ?S0 in tho, a iy where selling irons. J. F Casey $:' V Hnslad all WORM Romadlos. ftOTTLE fiUAWITEQ.? Mo., excellent renudyT last two weeks , ana X never sola auy. h St Lewi?,"itbey-li4t"if- will 84rt anyune iu ; -- ; you'cwill "r ... A B.bwMMMB, ' --r ( ; truly, rrmrr r! r. - , " c- - . i- j w.uwk V. o Hy teV'lWT-c"Tl: I, r' ?r1. - - S '" rret " if?1' ' '. ' " era t l vour cut and R. N. -- 1, & B. R, Wrv o--"- R. n' Tabl My jc' hair had fallen out until I had come to the conclusion that I was soon to have a bald head. Public Rental! .." Ilearing so much talk about Nelson's Hawaiian Hair Elixir, I decided to give it a trial. I purchased two bottles, have used a bottle and a half. My hair has thickened up until I have as good a suit as I desire. It will certainly Besides it is an elegant hair dressing; gives life lo the hair and invigorates the scalp. Those similarly affected can't make a mistake in trying it. do tho work. nt 300 Acres of Land, life-givi- ' JAMES McALLISTER. WiNCHEbTKK, Ky., May IS, '9G. ' PilicSoe. Acres! Mk. J. W. Nelson: Dear Sir : The Hawaiian Hair Elixir is worthy of every statement you make for it. Send us six bottles more by express. Very truly, BIEIIN & DONOVAN. The above men bought it only for use in their own families. For sale by W. G. WniTE. Sim-nion- 209 self-heati- Private Land 1 m, slf-heatiu- er WISH to sell privately my farm as a whole, or divided into three parts. This land is very productive, well watered and fenced. 1 ir-jn- I iL l.--.u- MRN3SRJGEZ , fAodqrr; Style, Containing; 13 largo rooms, with, wardrobes, pantries, closets anil tsel- tlar to suit; good orchard, out houses,. ivgo barn. in half Hiilo of the eHy limits on Bigr bu$e of Hill piko. " tbVbrej "&-- A jMirr V fVtm 'it churches, mills, &e. Ih fact the beat' located inrm la MaUtou cojwitv for anything jwjdTevcryfliing H- sale. Write for prticubrf,j3 ' andsdr.y?Kf . ' ' ' j3LrBMttf .: mjmrttiK: - .s. li-l-T -- ConveakiHt to schools, - fr w C ' m ' jicitMwci; ''. 3N i - 3 . i..&&:- - v STIfe &-- m.Tf. A Jsif WlWBGNw -- 1 J -- XZ wr is- - v-re "-- H - - f J? tj-- 4 f l??. TTUI--- -78-0o. nt li- - it! -- nA -f- -- iF'5- c : j??$s v" . rr-- ? " ;SUNDAY4LrQUC.-LAW..J',SPEOIgELECX ON. 1 JUDGE TONEY OBEYED. XooUvllle Mayer and Aldermeo Finally .(lei. Hrarilay ,MfciCl'r'vtsbtna Tor m Ctrcttlt jBdccTBtrtewSJftwfUw Dectaloo A Member Took Offense at m WarTThtehWhleDMriarUir It tJueoosHtaMonal. Ho Waged Against Gambllnt; Mtag- the Veac4ea In the U.csUlator Parj;e Themselves. Ska latest Hews From AH Fmrta of fe lirad-lts- y 't Fhankfort, Ky;; Sept. TPabucah, Ky.t IJSepC 10. Circuit CvmraonwcoltU. Louisville, Ky.,Sept. 11. The board Danville, Ky., Sept 12, Rev. Robt Tuesday ordered spectul elections Judge Bishop rcBdered' a decision in of alderaeB Thursday night obeyed PresTHE THIRD FIRE Judge Toney's orders by expunging ti fill all vacancies tiint have occurred the eppcal caio of the' city of. Pa-- T. Caldwell, ot the Cumberland this ducah V5. Charles iKfBtr. The facts byterian Church, whose homo is la in the legislature, since ho hdjourn-med JnttU irora the records all references to the At tka Kentucky of that boily. This action of the in the case ara thats about a, year ago county, reached Danville Thursday impeachment after the last injunction tat The IJatldlnjrJn Rains. ' He Tiaa Bethany, 11L saloon, Pkaxkfokt, Ky.f Sept. 14. There was granted. Each of the aldermen governor is taken to be conclusive that King, who Tuna acourt'pa was war- night from gash in his forehead, one the charge an unsightly CbL Stone's law office he will call an extra isevion to provide ranted In the police lure been three fires within six months walked up to gouge'd, and there d institute, und Thursday morning ai.d was told that fur the $1,000,000 drOcit. The vucanclea of violating the .Sabbath. Judge of bib eyes is badly his fope, made by it. the regular Sanders held that the statute relative arc other marks on the buildings arc in ruins- The only there was no other way out of the dif- i!H bo filled at the to elect to the penalty for the ',alc of liquors the fists of a man named Crowder, who house standing Saturday morning: was ficulty. When the aldermen camcout November election, and are attacked him at Bethany. Caldwell W. E. f on Sunday by saloon keepers "was un To- successoTi to ICrpre.scMtntlvcn they told their friends that Judge the home of the engineer. 4 (Jnrranl, and 1L II. Mosn. constitutional, because it discriminated waged war on the illegal whisky selWalker, Jt leaked out Saturday mornlijj that ney's orders would be obeyed. between classes. rl?rosecuting Attor- lers and gamblers in the town, and Kttf, JMJimil money democrats d one of the The mayor and the aldermen took children wai ney Reeves appealed the Kinjj caso to Crowder, a member of his congregaCyrus Urown, Christian on the ground that they can recently fcent home, after good prool this action the circuit court for the purpose of tion, sided with the disorderly element W. (I. Iltinlap, Lexington 'was established that he had fired the no longer afford to disregard the plain tixpiallfy a tcr gaining contest testing it. Judge- - Hishop heard tho Caldwell, wko had told his congregamain building recently,, which inolvec letter of the law by refusing to obey was going some Sena loss of more than fifty thousand dol the orders of the circuit court and one fir u:at held by Mosfs Kaifnan);.1. I. arguments nnd decided that the law tionleave, time ago that he this city, came nt once to to was unconstitutional. ami ators K. M. Nell of appeals. judge of the court Jars. With this case as a basis and with where ho will rcmatn some time before (appointed j'.idpc rourt of When the fire in the auncx was dis SC.LED THE WAULS. Ills roitrpdeil that the repub- the supposition that tho law was un- going to Xow York to take a seminary. covered Friday ni;ht a man was seer course in a theological runninjr from the building. The po Three Convicts Kucape From the Kentucky licans will control the jrtinti'assenibly, constitutional, the city of Paducah ami, if the .senatorial qnestion is Hied a suit against King and his bonds1'enltrntlarr. lice are making a rigorous search. If RAIDERS. E Pkamsfort, Ky., Sept. 11. Frank lirouglil up, will eltet a Mitfussur to men to recover tho amount of the bond the firebug is caught he will be severeho gave the city when he was granted Clcht ef the ObnoxW u Bars Torn Down Ulackbiirn. Smith and Joe Sheer, of Louisville, ly dealt ith. license by the counciL Ihis suit has lilng Threatened. on O ie Rand 1 and Frank IJevin, of Lee county, all COMPULSORY EDUCATION. RESIGNATIONS not been decided and it is still pendLAWRKNCEni'r.o Ky.. Sept 13. News convicts in the penitentiary, made their se ing in the circuit court. The case de- reached here late I afternoon n Namtwr of Special Election! escape by scaling the walls Thursday Tim Ultmt lllll ! ArcoMipllnliInc Ila M.tk In iientlirkr. cided Wednesday will no doubt be car- from Tnthair. Springs, tl e Jn'rceinnrj- lo Kentncij-night about 8:33 o'clock. They were Supcrin-teuderied to the court of appeals. 1'iiANisi'oitT. Ky., SpL a summer resort, 20 miles west of here in FKANUKonT, Ky.. Sept. 14. Repreemployed as cooks, and consequently of Public Instriirtiou W. I). Washington county, that the free turnsentative I T. Neat, of Adair county, were not compelled to go to their SILVER MEN terpike regulators which have bC'-recently elected deputy warden of the cillsat a very early hour. Thursday Ifcividsoti said Tuesday Hint lite Mile's penitentiary, has resigned night they were unusually late in re- compulsory cdiicntton bill had ojer-nte- il Take Possession of tho IVattcrson Clan rorizing the county for the pa't week, Frankfort in to inrr'ase the number of attend-nnrand Pass Kesulntlotis Kadorslug Hrran made another raid on the A search was his legislative seat, aud Gov. llradley porting to the and Swall. at common schools throughout the Springs section at nn early hour has called a special election for made, and two long pieces of scantling Louisville, Ky., Sept. 10. Tuesday Friday morning. 3 to fill the va- standing ag.iinst the wall told the talc. the staU on an average of ten per cent. November silver men, Light gates in all were destroyed, a special elec- 1 hey had bcaled the walls in this man- Thu bill is just now going into force, night about twenty-fivcancy. Ho also ordered of tho including the one this side of Tatham, tion to fill the vacancy in the of- ner and had been gone fully thirty as- jtcliools aru iipnlng up. and it has some of them fice of the commonwealth's attorney, minutes be'orc discovered. Sheer and served the purpose for which it was club, took possession of the Wattcrson at which a notice was posted warning although the enemies of tin: club, a democratic organization named tho keeper that if he ever collected any men, in for Judicial district, IJevin were three-yea- r in the Twenty-eight- h in honor of nenry Wattcrson. Second more toll there they would swing him measure declared that it would noL caused by the resignation of Hon. C housebreaking, and Smith was in for Ihomas P. Sattcrwhito up. The mob numbered about 125. . Lester, viho was appointed state infive years for grand larceny. Mierlff Fntnllv Mint. Besides tlje Springs pike, the SpringLa (iitAXOK. Ky., Sept. a. Taylor called the meeting to order. Resoluspector last winter. The district is Intcnt4 laauml to Kentacklanft. composed of the counties of Whitley, lt.irr, sheriff of Trimble county, was tions endorsing Bryan and Sc wall wero field and Sharpsburg roads have sufWashington-- , Sept. 11. The followPulaski, Pockcastle. Wayne and Clinshot .anil fatally wounded by (icorge adopted and the meeting adjourned. fered. ing patents have been issued to of the Jt is claimed nearly ton. S. V. I). Stout is at preseut servWm. I. Freeman, Auburn, Kotuan, of luilianaHlis, 1ml. Tuesday TOOK A GUN ing In that district under appointment pipe wrench; Itenry Iliggin, Newport, llarrhad Ilciuinu under arrest and had members of the club are for gold and when President Vance returns to the From Ills rocket and Shot the Oalcer from the governor. curtain fastener for carriages; Henry permitted Koman to go for his coat, city it is expected he will call a meetand a Bystander. to H. which uas in the ho ise of Dick C Iloltzheimcr, assigner At four JUDGE TONEY Ghateon, Ky., Sept As.soon as itom.in readied the ing of the club to declare the endorseThompson, M. V. Shivci. J. T. Iliaor ment of Bryan nnd Scwall to be Illegal o'clock p. ro., Friday, at Olive Hill, dtwir of the house ho quickly pulled a tlio Twelve AlderTdil rinn JUjnrIJlnotx-rln- and Ula Injunction. and J. M. Threlkeld. North Pleasure-vlllof ttio or- Constable Perry Tyree arrested Chas. nnd contrary to the s men for trace eyelet; Frederick C Miller, pistol anil shot ttarr, the ball entering ganization which requires that nH such Taber, son of Stephen Taber, of ElliLouisville, Ky., Sept. 14. Judge Newport, assigner to Miller, Dullrul fc the lower left liowcls, producing a fatal resolutions must first be submitted to ott county. Soon after the arrest was Toncy Saturday morning fined Mayor Peters Manufacturing Co., Cincinnati, wound. made Taber drew a revolver and fired the executive committee. $30 and the 12 members of the O., and New York, N. Y"., Todd , The Detertlvra at Work, at the olllcer, striking him in the board of aldermen S13 each for dis- machine; John Murphy, Covintrton, exKy., Sept. 0 The LAWiiKMJruimn, GOV. BRADLEY body, inflicting a fatal wound, so obeying his injunction, stopping the tensible carriage seat; Adclaido V. inquest of the coroner ovt the IkxUcn Pays the Salary of Acting Governor the physicians think. Others interferagainst Parker, Petersburg, dust pan. impeachment proceedings of the Gray children, burned in the ed to prevent Taber shooting again at Worthtngton Out of Ills Own Focket. The the board of public safety. lire here, ileteioped nothing of a Kicked br a Mnl. An Fhankfort, Ky., Sept 10. When tha officer, and he fired on Robert judge administered a severe lecture 57.MI re.ward for nature. The WiiiTEsnuiio, Ky., Sept 11. Mr. EdGov. Bradley returned from Ohio ho Whitt and wounded him in the leg. A to the mayor and aldermen for their the arrest and conviction of the fiend gave Acting Gov. Worthington his per- Grand Army reunion was in session at disobedience. They would have gone ward Policy, a leading citizen and given by the city council and STiOO of this county, met with a sesonal check in payment of his salary Olive Hill, and was dispersing when to jail but for the fact that they had vere accident which may result in his by the National Hoard of Underw- while occupying the executive chnlr the shooting occurred. Taber was expunged from the records all the proHe went into the stable to ritershas put detectives at work in during his absence, lhc governor promptly arrested. If Tyree dies there ceedings in the impeachment case. death. earnest. thinks that when he is away on the likel3 will be more trouble. remitted the catch bis mule, and as he entered they Judge Toncy afterward Threaten to I: urn the Town. door the animal kicked, striking state's business the state should fine against Alderman Lcatheren as he 0. The citLittle Hope for Lafe Brooks. Sfhinofifi li, Ky.. Sept. in the head and face, completely pay the man who takes his place, but did not vote to impeach the board of Lexington, Ky., Sept 12. Lafe izens of this place arc badly .frightened safety. The others replevined their cutting off his nose and putting out ever the threat of a, mob to burn the when he is away on his own business Brooks, to hang at West Liberty, Morone of his eyes and injuring the bones believes he should pay his substi- gan county, September 25, for the murfines and gave bond. town if any attempt is made to arrest he of his head. tute. Next Monday hG will leave for a them. Twobuildings have licon burned, two weeks' speaking tour through der of Gas McKcnzie. is still in jail THE LEADERS Sheriffs Must Make Monthly Rrpnrtg. ltnsiness is practically suspended, and Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia here. Despite his first refusal, an Fhankfort, Ky., Sept 11. Auditor armed meu are patroling the streets. Of the Free Silver Democrat of Kentucky is being made to have Gov. and such other places as tho campaign effort still Stone is about to stir up some of the III Make an Attempt to l'u.e With the Bradley commute his sentence to life Fair. I'olored committee may send him, and during I'OIIOllstR. sheriffs of the state who have not been Lkxixotos, Ky.. Sept a. The. Fay-itt- e that period he will again pay the acting imprisonment Brooks is a Louisville, Ky.,SepU 14. The leaders complying with the law, which reCounty Colored Agricultural nnd governor's salary out of his own young fellow and expresses no conof the free silver democratic party in quires them to report each month the cern. His victim was a son of Judge Mechanical association's annual fair pocket Kentucky will make one more attempt amount in their hands at the end of MeKenzie, a prominent Morgan countrotRunning and to fuse with the populUts. each month. Some of the sheriffs have cpens Wednesday. A Flncky Youngster. ty politician, and it is hardly probable Mr. Uryan will arrive in the city complied with the law, but others have ting races, under Turf Congress and Covington, Ky., Sept 10. A that the governor wlli interfere occasion is overlooked or ignored it, and the National association rules, will be Monday night nnd this son of Henry Ilackedorn, a deemed a fitting one to bring about an auditor will send out a reminder in n features. Jloro Trouble at Sprlngfleld, Ky. farmer living near this city, fell into a limtanMv Killed. agreement with the populists. ConseSrniNoriKLi), Ky., Sept 12. Tho free few days. well 40 feet deep. No one heard his Wai.tov, Ky., Sept. l. A man named cries for help and he started to climb turnpike agitators arc on another raid. quently Chairman Johnston, of the free Urndley 1 ill Take tin Stiim;t. Hitter, who went across the track tu up the wall. When within a few feet Friday morning between midnight and Bilver democxatic central committee, FitAXKFOltT, Ky., Sept. 11. Gov. has arranged for a conference Monday Uradley has tendered his service lor i'.x the mail bag on the crane nt Hack of tho top he fell back again. lie was 1 o'clock a mob numbering from 75, o on the with Chairman Parker, of the populist two weeks to tha rjpab' cin national Lick Station, on the Short Line, had so weak by this time that he re- 125 men destroyed the state central committee. It is underHe will speak cliicilv in just adjusted it when No. 4 came along mained in the well for an hour. Recommittee. three turnpikes leading Into stood that Mr. Parker's terms of fusion northern states and M'.a- - jarL II i will and killed him instantly. from the little village gaining his strength, he climbed out will be two Uryanand Watson electors. make a speech at St. Loi. Ho will A Ilatllrhl Fatally Hurt. unnided. The lad was badly cut in here. This.city is still under guard. speak at Corbin, Ky., October -- , and - Asm.A.Mi, Ky.. Sept. 9. Near Coal several places. John Thompson for Congress. COLORED SCHOOL TEACHER w ill make ten or twelve spoeche in Run, in Pike county. Mass Hatfield's Louisville, Ky.k Sept 12. The . Fatal Shootlnir In the Courthouse Draccrd Out and Severely Ileaten at other parts of this state, one of them . gun exploded, a piece of the barrel Eighth district democratic committee Lancaster. Ky., Sept 10. PostFrankfort. Ky. striking him aliovc the eye and frucat the Ludlow lagoon. master J. O. HamiltotushoV and killed met at Danville Friday afternoon and Ky., Sept. 11. Martin Fkankfoht, turing the skull. His Injnrics may Snakes Slaughtered. Jim Knox, colortdT and accidentally declared John B. Thompson the nomL. Murphy, a colored school teacher "Mokeiikad, Ky, Sept. 11. Isaac prove fatal. wounded JjfTge R. A. Burnside in the inee for congress. This is Congressand politician, was dragged from K'ssiek, a lumberman, and! his em Tobarco llarn Horned. Wednesday morning. man J. B. McCreary's district part ployes, Lil room in the northern his Ky.. Sept. 9. The' HorKiikSVii.t.K, el 1C rattlesnakes and six Memorial Services. Knox had quarreled with the postmaso' the city Saturday night and copperheads, then captured one large i Inrire tobacco barn of Januut A Rad- Frankfort, Ky., Sept 12. The ter about a loan and had a pistol in Rcverely beatn. Sunday he swore out rattler alive in Until snake Hollow,! fonl wa entirely dc.y "'ed by lire guards, of this place, left for warrants against four Negroes, charg- about two miles from this place, lliere Tuesday morning. iJCloss amounts each hand, ne snapped one and Hamilton began firing, killing Knox and Louisville Friday morning, to take part vt hitecapping. Mur ing them with the have been a greater number of poison to t dollars, with no in- wounding tho judge who was in tho in the ceremonies in honor of the three 'A phy was until recently secretary of the ous snakes crawling .about this yeaf" surance. soldiers killed by an explosion during line of fire. M. C Johnson Republican club, but re- - than ever was knAHA"tf5nj..tf o A llitarlnc (las Well. - lecu mak5nS f rec" the G. A. R. encampment last year. Woods Allio With Squirrels. Tho sigiicu ami 1va7J;"When tho mi Asin.ANn, Ky.. Sept 9. The new Jackson, Ky., Sept 10. The woods silvcr specchc' Jfle'. J-- " i. u'.all thrown open and one Ivm fhe (fas ucll on Reaver Creek, Floyd coun- of this section are fairly alive with I'JUUJItlCU Lilt.' UDMUU UU ...U wn Jryan men start intiucky school for ty, is larger than the famous Warficld squirrels, and hunters are knee deep THE MARKETS. r uynia accepted the resignation well in Martin county aud the roar of in sport Unfortunately, also, there iv BfKNsntn, Ky., Sept 14 The floatof Superintendent J. E. Ray, to take the escaping gas can be heard for is no mast this year, and crops will ClSClKNATL- Sept. 11 ing "blind tier," which has been op- effect in October, and elected Prof. miles. n.ocn Winter patent, (3133.60; do fancy, possibly suffer heavily. Some claim, erated here for some months and Gus Rogers, of the faculty, to succeed :itt3W. do family. Si2032.5. extra, tl 80$ Jones (Sue lo Frlsun. however, that the squirrels are now on ilO; low which the authorities have failed to him. Ray will take charge of the Lanfasthi, Ky., Sept '.). Hender- the movo, and that in a little while the fa50lSi; grades, tl E0SLT5: spring patent, do family, tiCOaiES, rye, &14'JO w.as dynamited Friday reach by law, school for the deaf and dumb at Ra-- j son Jones vi ho killed Wm. Cuiulcy in greater portion of them will be feeding 2.50 per brl night. The boat and its contents were lcigh, N. C Wheat Sample red. track, at 4'c: No, 3 this counti last May, and was sen- in other climes." During tho completely destroyed. red. track at 56c: No. 2, red. track, at 61a tenced to the penitentiary for life, was Fardons Kefnscd. Cona hales: Two cars Nu 5 yellow, traek, Center Collego Open Inc. night ten dogs were poisoned. There rnAXKFOiiT, taken there Tuesday by Sheriff Robin11. Gov. Ky., Sept yellow, ear, track, 23c; white, ear, Danville, Ky., Sept. 10. Center col- at 23c23c. is no clew to the dynamiters. Bradley refused the following pardons son. lege opened Wednesday, with about 300 track, Sales: No. 3 mixed, track. I3tfc: No. Ijiclu Oats Tonr Years Thursday morning: Richard Johnson, Track Colts Keturtu students. The Danville Theological 3 13)fc: JIt. Sterlixo, Ky., Sept 14 Frank manslaughter, Perry county; Joseph Lkxikotov, Ky., Sept 9. Charley seminary will open Thursday, with an at mixed, track. mixed, reject ofl. white, track, 15'c: No. 3 track, at 13c; rejected Buford, alias Roberts, and R. A. Wil- Rolleigh, murder, Breathitt county; Patterson-arriveTuesday night from mixed, tr.ick. at Ho. years in the peni- Thomas M. Gibsou, gaming, Spencer the east with Ornament Rurlcsqucani) attendance of 45, the largest since the son were gh en four II oca Choice packers and primo butchers, They are county; G. W. Waddle, nppcal from the crack Potomac jearling. lie will war. The law department of Center 11SOU3.3J; mixed packers, $.t2&3.30: comtentiary for burglary. college will open September 29. mon and roushs, t2.6033.0U; licht shippers and strangers in this section and arc no board of healjtfr rest up.uniil the spruig meeting opens. good fat pigs, 330&3.4J. common to fair pigs, Fair Date Changed. neighbor will'lw'PIif "His foot' In ilea. The Story Was Falsr. ICplrtnnilc of Typhoid. Eminence, Ky., Sept 10. The date i2.50es.S3: skips. $1.5032.25. Cattle Heavy steers, n JCy-- , Sept It The colore'. VEnsAii.i.h.s, Ky.. Sept 9. There Is of the Eminence fair has been changed t2S, choice. liKol.Sj. fair to good, 13.653 that citv whose streets are pavel butcher', good to Mjngo, of ay- - nn cpidemicif typhoid fever in tho to the 15th instead of the lGth in order choice, 3.T3L 15. fair to medium, tiOOiJA 65; with gold. rWcky, who, it was al- - southern part of this county and in K C0S185; oxen. It.ifta that the crowd attending will have an common to ordinary. t0 ciiolce. J1535U; 175. Heifers: Gooi DESTRUCTION. No nation can astate supcrintend- - Fayette. Wm Paynter, a farmer, aged opportunity to hear Mr. Bryan speak. (air to medium, m the w5fo ot 45, died Tuesday of the dise.isc. A largo list of cnteries in every depart defenders. The cs SBiif asd Lambs 3hoop: Extras. MlOiS . .cy, of Powell coun- Clcve-limt- l, ment has been received. Destrnrtlv Ftro at Ovrensboro. l25. common to choice, tl S0&3.O1 Lambs suffered injury m Hy tlio iron hand of Grover , d Extras, tLCjai'lO: common to choice, 12 50 a that OwRJiSiiouo. Ky., Sept 9. The Mars-de'oraln.red on tho 1,000th Ballot. 4.15. this country has boon sunk in- service of the country cellulose works, the Matthews to Louisville, Ky., Sept 10. The Veal Calves Common and large. 83.00 a to the depths of poverty, of misery, nation which, Kke,Ji7dolp bacco faotoo and . Mcthodiit church Fourth district democratic congresS00. firm to eood lliht, I3.25iJ&00; extra, till was before, and lies uton deeper than it ever Wool Quotations: Unwashed lino merino, Sept 11. Gov. wero destroyed by Jiic at 7 o'clock sional convention at Elizabcthtown - If the Grover Cleveland policy is to upon a.lardoncd John Stringfield, of Tuesday night Loss, SI.VOOO. d 3!0c per lb: clothlnj. Wednesday afternoon nominated D. H. medium, delaine and clothing. 12313c: !213c; braid. The prisoner had Ik? continued, anil it must be if the fvu&Ki county. He Mnde Alountilti lleiv. Smith, of La Rue county for congress II&I20; medium combing, Mttllc. Washod, ocen sentenced to sis months' impris One merino. X to XX, 12c: medium clothing, on the 1000th ballot. AsiiLAn. Ky., Sept 9. Silas Staple-tonie Daniels, of Cincinnati, and wile of onment in the county jail by a justice 14415c: dclatno fleeca, 11315c: Ion; combing lann HI liott county farmer, has been New Kentucky Fostmnsters. I5j1Gc: d Thomas C Barnes, the well known of the peace for breaking jail while an3 low, 12313c; comto answer to the United States held Washington, Sept 10. Postmasters mon coarso, llQIto. turfman of this citj', is dead of apo- confined on another charge. Toledo, a. Sept 12. court at Louisville for illicit distilling. appointed in Kentucky: J. N. Baker, plexy, being ill one hour. Wheat Na 2 rod, cash. A Boy Hnrsethlef. Died From Snake's Illte. Floral, Hancock county, vice C A, 67c: May, 71c: Na 3 red, cash,63Ke: December, Cnlllslon Was Fatal. l9Kc The VAXcxntmo, Ky., Sept 1L Al Biv-aAsnr.Axn, Ky., Sept 9. A lit tie child Thornton, resigned, aud V. A. Read, Coun No trading. Pakis, Ky., Sept 14. Henry McGin-lethe notorious horsethief, only 10 of Farmer John Sellards, living ou Little Bend, Butler county, vice R. M. Oats Na 2 mixed, cash, HHc a 'bus driver, was probably fatally years of ag, pleaded guilty to the inNew York. Sept 12, Bear hurt by being caught between his 'bus dictment Thursday morning and was from acreek, died in horrible agony Humphrey, resigned. Whtat Na 2 red, September. OJ&GI.So; snake bite. October, 15a6ic: Decembr. eaiaS7 M60; bridge he was driving sentenced to two years in the penitenA Paducah Industry Resumes. nnd a railroad Valley View Merchants Fall. Paducah, Ky., Sept 10. Tho Mo May. eSH&TOKa under. The force of the collision drove tiary. He is a small, frail, g Conx Na Dedull: Richmond, Ky., Sept 9. Wharton & Kinney Veneer and Packing company cember, 27Hc: 2.No. 2 253 October, IcGinley'B arm through the roof of the boy. 27Jia George, general merchants at Valley has resumed after a five weeks' suspen'bus. Oais Na 2, dull; western, 2032c: October, Liquor Dealer Fined 81,000. View, this county, have assigned. men are thus re sion. Seventy-fiv- e Xa Three Darrels of Honey. Richmond, Ky., Sept 11 In the cirChicago, Sept 12. Moved of enforced idleness. Russeli.ville, Ky., Sept 14 Silas cuit court here Thursday morning Calls 03 December wheat opened at 6OH0, The Body Turned to Stone. on Muddy river, Adams;, who lives sold at 60Xc. last price 60K'S60i3. Put Tobacco Dealer Assigns. JonxsTOWX, Pd.t Sept 9. The petriLeonard Garret was fined 1,035 for felled a big poplar tree recently, which selling whisky within the limits of 0wen8BOro, Ky., Sept 10. John W. opened at lrJii'3rHc, sold between 59X0.590, fied body of a woman was found at last price 5939c. was a collossal bee hive He secured a prohibition town near here. Kew Florence. It is supposed to be the Matthews, a prominent tobacco dealer Calls on May corn opened at 24?;321Kc: nearly tiree barrels of honey. of this city, has made an assignment sold at 24Kc: last price 24 JJe, Puts opened at body of a Johnstown flood victim. There were 18 cases against him. ilJic, the only price. John B. Baskln Nominated for Congress. Kentucky State College. ranch Bowl for Jloke Smith. Isdiakapolis, Ind.. Sept It Louisville, Ky., Sept 14. The naBrick Works Uamiiced by Fire. Lfnington, Ky., Sept 10. The KenCattle Not enough cattle here Atlaxta, Ga., Sept 9. The men In tucky State college will open Thurs- :ause any quotsblo change or Improvement. to tional democrats of the Fifth congresKokouo, Ind., Sept 1L The brick Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy, sional district Saturday morning nom- works of Leach & Co., were partially the interior deyartment, Washington, day with about three hundred students. destroyed by fire Thursday morning. have presented Ho'fc Smith with an President James K. Patterson will con- t3.2Ca3.30: mixed, $3002325; common llshts, inated John K Baskin for congress. B.l.Vil.Q tinue at the head. elegant punch bon L Loss, 53,030; insured. SncirNo quotable chanro. ... ry&s-- " Two Miners Rescued After Many Hoars YOUNG GIRL'S DISGRACE. of Labor. . "That Hadlrs Physicians. A D'sease A Rose on Iter Hat Contained a Stolen Paintsville. Ky., Sept 8. Monday Ashlaxd, Ky., Sept 8. A baffling r-Diamond. morning, whiic mining coal at the disease, which has been termed "black HoDonsviLLE, Ky., Sept a Miss Chlee mines, near Pikeville, tongue"' for lack of a professional Lona Conrad, of Louisville, came here of the mine caved in tho mouth and two has appeared in the farther end a short time ago to secure a position as "Every season, from tho time I of this county, in the East Fork and a servant She is well educated and re miners, George Thocker and - Anwas two years old, 1 suffered dreadBear creek country. The tongues of fined, but wanted some way, she drew Chafins, came near losing fully rom erysipelas, which kept victims, always children, turn said, to earn an honorable living. their lives. A farmer passing along Old Rip Van "winkle went up into the the growing worse until my hands were black after swelling terribly, and death She was given a place, and in a few discovered that the mine had caved in, Catskill mountains to take a little nap and hastened to Pikeville for assistalmost useless. The bones softened usually follows from suffocation. days a neighbor's watch and diamond ance. Soon men were on the ground, of twenty years or so, and when he 80 that they would bend, and several ring were missing. Leona was armakened, he found that the " cruel war A Flsht In JalL working hard for ten hours, was over," the monthly magazines had rested and the watch was found .and after in gaining an entrance to - my lingers are now crooked from GiiEEXUr, Ky., Sept 8. In the coun"fought it o'cr" the secoud time and ty jail here Monday two prisoners concealed on her person. The watch succeeded this cause. On my the mine. The miners were found in ' blown up" all the officers that had hand I carry largo named Stevens and Archey engaged in was wrapped in cotton. The ring was an exhausted condition. They were participated in it This much is History, a scars, which, but for discussion over tho money question sewed on the inside of a rose on her carried out and physicians succeeded and it is alo an historical Jiatt that durh&L She has ing the same length of time, Dr. Pierce's and lost their temper. In the fight which will pawn tickets In her trunk in arousing them. for diamond rings, eta She Golden .Medical Discovery had become that ensued Stevens was hit over the IN THE STREETS the most celebrated, as it is the most cf, head with a stove lid and badly hurt, is now u. jiil awaiting trial. It is believed that she will be wanted Offlcers Battled With the Desperado sod Sarsaparilla, would fective, Liver, Blood and Lung Remedy while Archey was covered with blood f the age. In purifyivg the blood and and bruises. The prisoners now occupy elsewhere on other charges. She is Captured Him. be sores, provided I handsome, young and intelligent HorKiNSYiLLE, Ky., Sept 8. Bud is all manner of pimples, blotches, erup- separate cells. Iwas alive and able tions, and other skin and .scaln diseases, Dlckerson, wanted in Todd county A Short It an RO Shootlnir Match. 'to carry anything. KILLED HIS BROTHER, crofulous sores and swellings, and for shooting and fatally woundJVsnLAXD, Ky., Sept. 8 A report Eight bottles of kindred aihnents, the "Golden Medical Who Wanted to MnrdernnOtd Man, With ing Phil Stanton at Trenton sevAyer's Sarsaparilla cured me, so discovery " manifests the most positive comes from Pike county that the offDifficulty. Whom He Had a eral years ago, was arrested in icers that have been trailing Elijah caratire properties. that I have had no return of the iroPKissvir.LE, t Ecry disorder that can be reached Wright since his shooting ot George and Ed Garrott, Ky., Sept a Fred this city by tho police Monday, after disease for more than twenty years. colored brothers, re- a long and excting chase through the . through the blood, yields xo its purifying Hunt on Shelby creek. Pike county, siding south of thla city, became in- streets. Dlckerson, who has been a The first bottle seemed to reach the qualities. Besides, it builds up e last week, came upon him Monday and jpot and a persistent use of it has flesh and strength ; not merely fat a short rango .shooting match resulted, volved in a quarrel, when words led fugitive from justice ever since his IX ''like filthy Cod liver oil and its nasty in which one of the officers was seri- to blows and resulted in Ed being crime, was heavily armed, and it was perfected the cure.M O. 0. Davis, - ''.emulsions " but solid JJtsh. Wautoma, Wis. ously wounded and Wright managed shot 5n the breast by his broth- only after a fierce contest and the exer and instantly killed. Ed wanted change of a dozen shots that he was A scrofulous condition cf the blood fn- -' make his escape. bis brother Fred to go with him and finally overpowered and captured. He tiles catarrh, bronchitis, and consumpl'!onero( Grctuup Dead. tion, AVe're all exposed to the genns of help kill Jack Tandy, a neighbor 80 will at once bo taken to Elkton for GKEnxur, Jvr Sept & Mrs. Rebecca years old, with whom Ed. conaunpuou, jjnp ana maiona yet only had.had a triaL suffer. "When you're weakr Spaulding, widow of the late Dr. Alfred difficulty, which resulted in his having Kentucky Pensions. Oirea oat and debilitated, or vhen pim- - Spaulding, one of the pioneers of seriously cut the old man. Fred Gar"Washington, Sept a Pensions have THE ONLY WOSLIr? TAIE iana motcnes appear need tiie wam-W- i Greenup, died in iJew York City of rott refused, when Ed. assaulted him time. The " Golden Medical Dis-- nervous prostration. Her remains will with his kni'e. Ho retreated as long been granted the following Kentuck-ians- : r Original Henry Smith, Lexingau tae organs into healthy interred in the Greenup cemetery a he could and then drew his pistol csneciallv the liver, and that's Wednesday. ton, Fayette; James S. FuUer, Paris, ATKE'S and fired on Ed.kiHIng him. He then Uourbon. .Increase John. &. Creech, 7HII poiat of entrance for these germs. gave himself np and is in jaiL An Overdose of Morphine. it- ujc.uiooa oe pBre,.taey'u be Travelers' "Rest, Owsley.- - Reissue JJoikjekvillk, Ky., Sept 8. jGeorgc t oK There's jk risk. Jerry Jlarlte Hawosrille, Hancock,-Origina-l Killed by Hte Own Saw." CMJTIOX. Accept no substitute for Hayes, a young man living near here, .wjdowa, ,eta Martha of. as ovendose of " pe Golden Medical Discovery-- " jthat feay died from Sept. 8. A. J.'WilsoB.' (special, "Au- eeBimeTjded'tobe"jnta6idd." It morphine. Jt is 4.supposed 'that the EootbaKv.. vwsjvnMi aim psss , a.tvmmtwmymmm I , f e btlier for ike dealer. becsMc of oeMMe:WMjAMB4roffi:s)MiMs- - at "m'Lsssssi J ws1.., In Mm, beam Meftt Wt keUjtOL the Htfwm (rjoffenon. ViAnum Wartfaa S. ,i ' a tXla, mmin Tirammn i ?!&- - 9-- t 33Se JS? .rr v. fV -- KENTUCKY NEWS. . j PREACH?g!ATE?r t- jk-iJl'!'5?5iJS,'. - l! . 'MjlMTh LJTW-- liA- i. J J- '"' -- ILj ' " """ ""' - i m m "mH " e Frblc-Mltidc- and Fascj hm, - Si Fecble-Mindc- - feeble-minde- Ii Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. Canned Goods. Salt by the Barrel Tobacco and Cipirs. Candies and Cakes. CSTComo andsee mo Green Grot-erics (re-ftiM- -d aXa mmm9mVmm W mmhm E. R, ynr 7irf Rowland, fci ft t be. 5 pi.ij,-i- 3 (dit-ea.M'dj-J np-pral- i). post-grad-na- to TOLL-GAT- jmm ML sssvsSEffirrSEaHaBEiaikJHiiiHEMivrv HKlMMH9HaS9sKK., . B ca. t 5!!t3? "W X COe. ani SI lor $5 52fc."B,T ,ii ' . . for-pii- - . well-know- n rei;;;s,ou - 1 Vt.l.I.nf III.. this irilt .?U.sf hs.' FinrantcovIthO'SSi.OO bor,lo rrnml tlic,mfnr If not rjjrrl IailU Tjo Japanro l'lla Cuxu Couii&dy, M.'1'aut, i.jLA. tirus uu receipt ot jincc. Efegr'old by W. G White. Drnjwst, Uuhinoud, Ky. 1LjJ&L.IzZ& jj . ut n p, i B UW cell-hous- e. o toll-gat- -s II "A Gond Foundation." rszerww J"-"- Msr " : HI B - HAVING DECIDED TO iwM BBk o - rs pos-Msd- , Vice-Preside- nt Ken-tuckian- s: four-fifth- s I,rPi.ucl Lay your I "Battle QUIT one-ha- lf (!ar-rttt- L li e, r by-law- cigar-bunc- h al w stone of economy. It is the one tobacco that is both BIG and GOOD. There is no better. There plug as large. is no other nt Try it and see for yourself. 5-ce- Ax" foundation with It is the corner 3INESS5 As soon as I can dispose of my stock of goods, I here- by announce that on and after this date my entire 1 T or bhiIm p nm i tu - iV 1 u Tol-le- Fke person afflicted VTho can think Wanted-fot some simple reference book to any thing to patent? with any special, chronic or deli- Protect your Ideas: they may bring yoa wealth. Wrlto JOHN WEDDERBDRN & CO Patent Attor. cate disease peculiar to their sex. Adcress the neyi, WaxbinKtdn, D. CU for their leading physicians and surgeons of the United Ail Ust vi too LunOrod lnrentlons 13 pruw oiler wanted. Slates, Dr. Hathaway & Co , 79 Dearborn street, Chicago. Pprsonal. medical ln Idea In fact everj'thing in the House, must closed out regardless of price lor CLOTHING, NOTIONS. FURNISHING COODS HKTS, CHRPETS, !, A rBRIDGEFORD'S DON'T Hon' lo Cnro T0P JOBACCO. Yonr-self fine-looki- ECONOMIST JANGE. SEE THEMjx' EXAMINE THEM I PURCHASE THEM! ld ' toll-gat- es illis-bur- g, - -- Ovjr Mc-Crea- ry While Using It. The tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is seriously affected) impairing health, comfort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too bevere a shock to the system, as tobacco to any veterate user becomes a stimulant that "Ilaco-Curhis system continually craves. is a scientific cure for the tobacco habit, in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin physician who has used it in his private practice since 1S72, without a failure It is purely vegetable and guaranteed perfectly harmless You can use all the tobacco jou want while taking "Baco-Curo.- " It will notify you when you stop. We give a written guarantee to cure permanently any case with three boxes, or refund the money w ith 10 per o" oGfl8rWNLYI No goods will be charged to any one. A! goods charged this year and previous to this year is now due and niiil be paid at once without fur- ther notice. This is Strictly Business and seff-iiTonJanr- SOLO IN RICHMOND. -- com-an- d cent, interest. " is nota substitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power ami with noiucomenience. It leaves thesjstem as pure and free from nicotine its the day you took j our first chew or smoke. "Baco-Curo- I mean exactly what I say as regard-maccounts and as to my stock of , goods on hand u.iuic HE SITHF Iota! If j'ou want the hest Washing Chas. Waller, Richmond, Ky. CURED 1JY BACO CUKO ASD GAINED THIKTV POUNDS. i!Ea vi eJUi Sang Ma- d chine that fs made, one that a child can operate, call on, or addresi, Unfurn-COCut- y. BSyA'ents wanted. -- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of P.irkersburg, W. Va., raends Wrights Celery Capsule?. PAitKERSBUno, t.-- n Eet:om- - " vol-Ky- .. quarter-bloo- n, - W. Va., January 20, KOo. quarter-bloo- The Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio n, y, timid-lookin- 26T-16- e; Be-rc- a, have been usinp Celery Capsules since Novem Wricht'a ber, 1S94, and find them to be as n com I first besan taking them mended. while at Hot Springs, Aik , under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation whi:h I had been a long sufferer. 1 fouud the Celery Gipsnles gave me great from the beginning and havo used mem ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all Buffering with like afflictions oreithet of theni. Very truly yours. Gentlemen: I Fiom hundreds of testimonials, the originals of which are on file and open to inspection, the following is presented: Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark., Jan 2S, ISPo. Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty years I used tobacco in all its forms. Tor twenty-fiv- e years of that time I was a grat sufferer from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldn't. I took various remedies, among others "Tlie Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Double Chloride of Gold,"' etc., etc, but none of them did me the least bit of good. Finally, however, I purchased a box of your " and it has entirely cured me of the habit in all its forms, and I have increased thirty pounds in weight and am relieved from all the numerous aches and pains of body and mind. 1 could write a quire of paper unon my changed feelings and conditian Yours respectfully, 1. II. 31 vnnunv, Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. Sold hy all druggists at $1.00 per bo.t, three boxes, (thirty days' treatment), $2 50 with written guarantee, or sent direct- upon receipt of price. Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis. and Boston, Mass. 0 'No-To-Bac- hi I YOU m ma TO f of BUY nice NOW AND : THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY WHETHER STOCK NEED GOODS OR NOT AS MY IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE MUST BE SOLD. Yonrs truly, MJ P. S. TP 2 cfyjs - fc sir H 1 ," Fixtures for sale. "Baco-Curo- n Oil bOliSp i,?i tiftlV s V iron-cla- d, - Mim 47-2- J.H.1MEFF&C0, (Opposite Glyudon.) Ice n, ij Fl; Screens, Poirj Netting, AND EVERYTHING ELSE to-di- y Chahi.es T Cauiwej.l. Sold bv T. S. Hagan, Druggist. Price 0 cents and $1 .00 per box. C M at d rug-tor- e 6- and get free sample. -. Country Produce Bought and Sold. Highest Cash Market Price Paid. thing to patent? Protect yoor tdean: ther may brio? jroa wrallh. Wrltfl JOHN WKDDEnnBRN CO.. Patent Attor. neyi. Woablogton. D. C, (or their C1.3UU prlxo offer and list ot two hundred, lnrentlons wanted. -- IN OUR. LINE NEEDED IN SUMMER -- a I i -- A.' QtssssaT' sS diag-nos'- s, "BIG FOUR'' A Sufferer Cured ROUTE -- BEST LIKE TO AM9 FRQ- W- Wanted-f- tn Idea Who can think of some slxnuto StiackBlford -- 5EICHi0 tmmmm W Bentru, 1 li 1 hy fioiiri VesUbuicrtTralii.wItli HiiflcJ Parlor 'nrs. Fccwnt Coarlic. Dlnlru Thp', Wjsijpi Slpeplntc Curs, mid IhIcM imjrncd PrviB lipnnrlnient HuIIet SieeninK Uirs. mat Jtiniihcd will toilet accesMirlfs in Our factory on Laurel Street in Richeach conijmrllnent' Bebt tciralnal btallon. mond is now running, and wo aro prepared to fill orders for twi3tof the nlfl-ceni- iy CHICAGO. READY TO. " ' D, KENT UCKY. SUPPLY THE TRADE (i aas-J- J Madison Moninaental "Works. MANUFACTURE!! A5D DK4LKR ST- - LOUIS. AYER'S the New Marclmnl' Bridge, morning uiuiun i'greenble tunnel. Solid Vestlbnleil Train Willi HuflVt Tirlor (Sir. Conches nnd Dliilnz Cnrs'i" Wapier :ttcrlnsM Loulnover Ci "D. M. BOSTON. MWYORK. - "Pir 0! whole-tom- -- Tlie onlv Tlirousli Hlcepina Caritneifrom ClnclnmiH. Elecntil Wanner HetPinsC". , Brands, three grades. "We ean save you money. Send us a trial onler; you will be glail with our products. Especially pleased to hear from country merTim "onthvcvtprii l.lni'leiir- RhM-- "vttl chants. Culed Trulns, Willi CoiuliIuitUoii Wlarr. White Ross, I5unVt Mid SiiioUIm Cir. Winner Slcojltts Ulrilnir Cars. Und 40- RicnMosn. Ky. t 43d s'reet IntE nawfneers in Mew Yn-J- c City If Depot. I'oMttvelynol'eiry TranHfcr. I i Ms" I! " II Foreigfl - and - Amerfcan - Marble MONUMENTS, AND GRANITE L'OMUSj li Tadlkts, IIkadstoxks, Ukxsj, Ktc FINE SF- - WORK A SPECIALTY YourTrade Solicited r3 AYER'S Froawte-SttliSlgMtkr, Btsureyourtlouct 3. 0. K'CCRHIOK r rcad-vi- "UIG D. B. MAEJIN ... i&i raftscii(jer xnuuc igr. ucu. i a '- - FfIS' F ' CINCINNATI. 0 "-s- c - the-effeo- ts . .. ... "" ,BK-at- ofj,MW,'rw'ogfet u TE.;ciiMpEi Sarsaparilla NOW'STHE TIMt i d d, to suhsAribAfcn" T-iltli "Bfc- c t- - lilli 2 LD li D 14 YEARS MOBS OLD. Work delivered lo any part of the Write for Designs anJ Stale. Prices. GEO. 0. D'lKIi, Proprietor i Corner Francis ami Iivinc Streets. Kit limoa 1. Ky. 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