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MoIClnluj's 1:0 hiiciiUT'i;!U-a- I SEPTEMBER 23, -- i&3iX!S3SSeSSSSS5SSS3SS5&5S55g 2 W) SfegSSS JOB WORK I hapstpmi v ryrniiTrn imww v, riii -- w- -i i -- & x W J RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, I.itrt Hiilsmm EhoalJ . KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, L896A RIGHT FOR ONCE. Mr. McKinley Gives Utterance NUMBER to a Free- - 16. SILVER OR GOLD. ttcr than cUIkt is si healthy K r If iho liver i.; O. K. the i n is O.K. His Moid is kept I i.l. !vosiion jvrfoct, and lie ri.j v Lie and act iiitolligcntly j it. ntly i:jxii the questions Vehy. You all know what to You have known it for years. t , J. s ?in:uns Liver Regulator T -1 It to cut rb as f tilt; jMisicr PSaSJSSS?S3S2E9 t '.SAS,3-sgK. i?;vfie-5- 3 S ' - ; v r -- ; v? (T L - r.i m iV - rwaj rjj'-- ' i ' t, J iS jrrxM I 1 j ' i i .l1 it of sterling worth. t. i always lias been put up y J. 11. &eilin & Co. Take .ii jv you and your fathers the genuine. , . . i. a the front of the wrapper, tii.u eke is the same, and good. : -1 It has the PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. a?::o?.:tzts. n !'. HOUU, A TTOi:XY AT LAW. Kentucky 5 iivovn, N i Firt street, vp stairs. V--- i.KANT E. LILLY, .1 TTORNEY-AT'LA II', The. foreign creditor haa drawn out such .sums ns he needed, w hile the remainder has been reinvested. W corner Main nml Second streets Of course each reinvestment means on Will prxetlcc in all Hie courts of additional burden of interest, which the ,i ' .IjoiHiHooiiHlwi an Caurtof American producer must nnnually pay to the foreign creditor. Thus in a great measure the tremendous productive cac!. 1). M. GHENADLT, i pacity of the I'niti.l States has been "The silver men make a strong appeal to used to increase cur debt, and add to A TTOUXEYS AT LA W, the farmer. They say It Mill put up the tribute we must annually pay to a Kentucky. prlcps. Well. In If sense, yes. Nominally, Kiirpe, a large portion of which goes wln-a- t goes up from 5) really, no. ctnts to JI.2U the price liaj l)ccn increased, to Knglnnd. The more, profitable these you will say: but If the price of everyreinvestments, the grtater the debt thing clsa lies gone up In the same proScuoaJ street, evev Cbenaoh's gr Hut when the reinvestments portion a bushel of wheat won't buy for the fartntr acy more sugar or colfce or farm- erase to be profitable, they cease to ing Implements or nnythlrr; else that ho be made, and the Kuropcan creditor si Ll'IIEX D. PM1RISH, has to If that dollar won't buy tales a larger and larger proportion of for the farmer any more or be a b"ttcr his American income nbroi'd. A TTORXEY A T LA W9 dollar than the one we have-nowhere Then a'vay goes our gold, as fast as It the good to anybody of Introducing these Kentucky. Dctitious prleisr "ocean greyhounds can carry it." l Mr. Harrison must hac breathed this One more fact of tho most momensophism through his grandfather's hat. tous significance. ct Caveats, Trade MarVs, DeMgn Etc His contention is a fallacy and will not To pay our present foreign debt of - to patentability f inentkm I'rcc of , r I nkurpaa.&cd facHrtics, Mo4erate terms. bear the light of intestigation. Let us ST.,00O,O00.OfO on a gold basis would 46- a, p ni fur a patent, w rite rae, see: Autltentic official statistics ery take as many of our great staples as conclusively prove thatin most of our in 1SG9 or 1S7.1 would have paid a debt l slates the heading of $12,0(,0,000,000 the prices having bct staple cereals, cotton and many other fallen So that without hav.1 TTORNKY-agricultural products are produced at a ing received an additional dollar from M, loss, or, at the best, without profit. abroad, and after having exported KcHlucly. That is to say that they have to be told more of gold, silver and mcr at, prices which do not repay the cost chandise than we have imported, our of production, or at the ix'st, barely so. foreign debt has in cfTcct Increased in all llio courts. 13 Most of the farmers of the United from $1,1:00,000,000 to Just about ten States, ccn those whose farms are not timer that rum. Noarlshmcnt from the gold standard connection seems all to go one way. And yet. wc arc seriousiy told that mortgaged, receive no interest whatPETSICIAKS. ever upon their capital invested, but we must be in aecoid with the financial Denver Republican. iimply .ire reimbursed fi.r the cost of policy of Hngland, and continue to pay iM. 11. 11. production of their products and, by our debts at the rate of two dollars for consider the effect of the cornering of dint of the exercise of the most, rigid one, in order to lt "honest." National gold, he will see that that can be congressmen In 1S94 the democrats ' IAXAXDSU11GX0F, economy, liordering on r:.rsino:iy, are Ibmetallist. pushed up just ns tho price of pork or polled 12G.5SG and the combined popu- m Kentucky. able to buy a few groeetics, and surhl wheat or any other marketable com- lists and republicans 150,197. This was p An Argument. a drop of 21,000 from the highest demother Tood as they cannot nii-- on their Every attempt to resore silver, every modity can be enhanced in price. farina, and a scanty supply of clothing The demand for gold was increased ocratic vote ever cast, while tho fusion of the cheapest quality. They all, of appeal ointing out. the awful effects when silver was excluded as standard vote was some 15,000 greater than the course, must. vy their state, county which have followed its demonetization, money, the result is that it goes up in republicans had ever cast. 5Chere was has been met and and school taxes, w hile those who have cry has been time fought back. The old value and its purchasing power is in- fusion in but two districts in 1892, the I UA HOOKER, and time again raised: morlga-interest to pay, can pay it "If you try it, all the gold will articles measured by it first and sixth, in which nearly 24,000 UIXAIiY SUJMEOX, drift creased and all in like proportion come votes were cast for the fusion candiand practically by pitiful as money must ; iitlarie Ytkritmry College. doing without w ha tcwr cannot be pro- awaj if you try it, there will be a down. dates. On the estimate that half of panic," which is precisely as though duced upon the farm. All that Mr. Allerton says of the these belonged to the republicans, that I'.ntistry mat SlCJrJKj- - a ScUUy. some people bad a man In an Xow for Mr. Harrison's proposition. party polled 82,500 votes for congressreir over JJew Vl. Store, corner and had exhausted nearly all tho economy and men, against 54,000 cast by tho popuFirst, consider the farmer w ho is out 46- RtcfcinouJ street. air and stood with one hand hold of the sulting from want of work is undoubt- lists. of debt and manages, by rigid econedly true, but itdoes not fully account pump hnndlc, saying to him: "If you No less than 15,000 omy, to slay out of debt and buy a misrepubfor the fall It; prices. ( J. ISPJZJl, M. 1) erably inadequate supply of groceries dare to kick, wc will give - two or Nor do his remedies meet the case. licans, following the lead of Dr. J. J. three strokes and take awaj- what air ami Surgery. fiid clothes. Assume that the annual Reciprocity is well enough nnd It will Mott, and an equal number of populists ( oiln)sl;nikiim, MaiiiStreut. product of liio farm, in cxccfk of h:s you have." Salt Lake City Tribune. come in due time. But better prices for will be found lined up for the democrat(tfce Oirr lace) ot home consumption, is $300, which .it reuIeftce A Veteran Financier for Ellvor. farm products which will result from ic ticket in North Carolina in NovemUroclay. him cost (expense) of production, The opposition to the free coinage of the restoration of silver will start th-- ; ber. The gold defection is not large -- - KUSTUCKY jHiys his tacs, repairs and rcplcnifhc;; silver is a crime a miserable, crazy no- wheels of manufacture and of business enough to note. It is doubtful If h his supply of tools, etc, and buys him tion. If I had the doing of it, there generally. The idlers of which he Talmer nnd Buckner electors will be a scanty supply of groceries and clothlUt ( A. KENNEDY, d would be no room for a goldbug in this speaks will become workers put out. Headquarters estimates place ing. 1 'rices of his products are raised country. The gold standard would ruin and all the prices quoted will take an tho democratic majority over nil op1 Hi sICIAXAXD SUJiGJZOX, 00 jer cent, and he rccehes$S30,or$330 the country positively ruin it. I have upward turn. Farm, Field and Fireposition nt not less than 25,000. Kentucky. more than he does now. What matters seen in my time silver superior in value side. In Texas the persistency of the No, It to him if prices of "sugar, or coffee, or to gold, and its depreciation has been populist leaders In No. 204 Main Street, nr Tho Qacstlon to Sottle. t in Smith anything else that he has to purchase." caused by its demonetization. The silcourting republican fusion has comnonrb 12 to an i te 5 o'clock. iHt Tarty lines are nil broken down this pletely demoralized their former folhave also gone up CG per cent.? The in- ver dollar wns the unit of talue until crease is clear gain to him and is that 1S73, when there was a three per cent, fall. The question for settlement is lowers. The populists will poll less DR. JOHN M. POSTER, much groceries, clothing and manu- premium on the metal. At that time the shall we have a gold standard or shall than 100,000 votes, while the democrats factured articles which he could not value of silver was three per cent, more we have bimetallism. A friend of ours, are sure to poll at least 250,000, andjthe L UMOND, KENrcct who has always voted the republican republicans not over 80,000, even with row buy at all, no matter how cheap thnn thatof gold. Jay Cooke. ticket, said if the republicans declnre the nid of some thousands of gold demin price they may be. Is it not clear CURRENCY REFORM. 1 for silver and the democrats for gold, ocrats. ;!.one at office and residence. that Mr. Harrison's proposition is nothing but specious sophistry? Does not A Now Englandcr Argument for Inter- at their convention, he would vote Florida and Kentucky are the only national Agreement. " W EVANS, M. IX, for gold, even though it was labeled spots In the whole south that arc giv this gain in purchasing ability repred Discussing an article with a sent fS'M) in groceries and manufacdemocrat. The republicans declared ing the democratic leaders n moment's tured articles at present prices which, New Englander, in which the writer, a for gold and many who have always concern, and these only because the in his present unfortunate condition, gold man, admitted the wrong of silvoted tho ticket labeled republican will polls which are in progress have not rilYSICIAX AND SuiiOlSON, ver demonetization by several nations vote the ticket labeled democrat, this yet been completed. Both will be safe our farmer is not able to buy at all? Kentucky. Rn iihon'd, As to the farmer in debt his case is of the world 20 years ngo and deplored fall, because it is for bilver. What is for the democracy beyond question by tery slightly different from thatof the our inability to right it, the Jfew Eng- there in a name, anyhow it's the sub- October 1. N. Y. Journal. stance we are after. Western Rural. fanner out of debt. The enly difference lander said: DR T. J. TAYLOR, "I concede that silver should never is that whereas it now takes a certain I'rzMumcr in Medicine and Surgery, Treat All Alike. quantity of products to icalizc a suff- have been stricken down; that it would A REPUDIATIONIST. Let there be perfect equality in the Kentucky icient number of dollars to pay his in be a good thing if by international R: :: ;nd terest under free coinage it wonld take agreement we could breathe the health financial treatment of all citizens and How John Sherman Saved tho Gold In 1879. s .ul retldenco on Tlilnl Stroot. only as. much, eo that, in of life into it again. It is a good thing, of each coined dollar under our flag. In answer to tho talk about repudiaaddition to the $330 increase in his net but the reformation would bankrupt What is safe for you and me as debtors, should be good nnd safe for all others. tion, provided tho government should us." profits be would reap the use of 2S1TTAL SU3GSSY. It would make a profound change and pay out silver on all coin obligations, You, of New England, can of all peoof the produce now absorbed for interest, and when the t'me arrived to ple least afford to count the cost of revolution, for the better, If our 400 or a little incident has lately come to view DR. A. WILKES SMITH, t.ay iho principal it would take only great public reforms. Once upon a more million dollars of silver were which is exactly in point. s On the 1st day of January, 1879, reas much produce to pay It time yon began the agitation of the simply mode absolutely full legal tenDEXTAL SURGEON, js under the present system. Hut aside slavery evil. This wrong was orer 20 der money, as they were between 1793 sumption of specie payment was begun Ki UMOND. Kentucky and 1873. Should gold go to a pre- under the direction of John Sherman, from this, all farmers, in cr out of debt, year.-- , old. Yes, more than a hundred mium, it would certainly not be de- i then secretary of the treasury. During lhcsamcadvantages from the people of the south had more vrould realize Orr:cE Smith building. Main Street. Offict in this property than the entire monetized, nor would it quit doing tho the forenoon gold was paid out in conthe rise in prices conscq'ii-n- t upon free 1 rs 0010 12 M.J 1:00104 I'. M. An actual insum of the present gold and silver sup- most efficient monetary service In our siderable quantities. About the close r I'racuce limited to dentistry. tcicagc of silver, of the morning hour the messengers crease in purchasing ability equal to ply o this country. The slave holders country. National Bimetallism Kothlng Sow. of llie present gross returns argued the sanctity of vested rights, of from Wnll street arrived with huge J C UOKGAN. J. A. YATK. sacks ready to take away the yellow realized from their farm measured in the moral right of protection against'. There is nothing new about 31a, proposition to close the mints metal. , The secretary's assistants came MORGAN & YATES, groceries and manufactured articles at confiscation by fanatical agitators of and open the mills. Thegold standard to him in alarm and sold thegold would the preservation of business interests. present prices. DENTISTS, Did this argument avail anything? humbugs always did keep the. bars tip soon be all gone nt that rate. Our gold ICov. , take the state of Kansas with Kentucky ICilUCSO. where its $150,000,000 (round timbers) an- No. It was an evil like a growing can Times-Sun- . the money was matte. uenver standard secretary and historian of the crime of 1873, then and there gave ornual farm products, at prevttiling prices, ccr and with fire and sword you plucked Main Street, over Madison Kationa. and' ders to pay out silver coin. It was ofapply the foregoing argument to it cut. In bankrupted 13 states. It Tho First Thing. the fanners of that state. An increase turned a .social system upside down; The "syndicate of patriots" put a few fered to the Wnll street agents; they did ef CC per cent, in pricesof farm products it disfranchised white men and put the golden ducats in the way of the federal not want it, nnd went back to their treasury, but if the major is elected broker employes, leaving the gold in t .eans $100,000,000 that the Kansas farm- burden of responsibility for their millions of ignorantblacks upon president, the first thing the "s. of p." the treasury untouched; but the sucers would hae tospend annually, which they do not have to spend tit all. Xow, a prostrate people. And now when vou will do is to force a bond sole. The cess of resumption of specie payment apply Hie GO per cent, liee to sugar, are asked to begin the emancipation of people can give the gold jobbers a was assured and John Sherman bad afcoffee, ftrrning implements and other the struggling mass of the whole coun- bleck eye by making the major stay nt forded an object lesson of what might manufactures, and we find that this try, you are horrified because it might home. Binghamton (N. Y.) Leader. j have been legally done atony datesinco a quantity of those articles that cost "something. Those bonds you hold and might b- - done Contradictory. It would take ?C0,C00,0C0 to Tuy nt pres- which cost you in 18G2 50 cents on lbs Our silver coin could thus be legally The republican press sees some ent prices. Would not this give a vast dollar nnd which have more than tw'ce and justly used, the gold rcseryesaved in the statement that Canada precisely as Is done in France and there number ef new hands employment in paid your money back in interest, and open factories? Would not the trans are now worth nearly three times, what will not accept American silver. Yet it would be no taint of repudiation for - i ac- - js continually narnintr on me lacituat i.t i L. portation of this vast quantity of goods ibrv cost you. ! ! ' i.Wipmo.,AR; J tni.rirnn tlrillnr is ns frond ? lc"rgcTrrtTr!gal'e.il'coi"JnnuarJ'-187ijiiii Wl few points. Reform, is a.granu George Thorpe, j an v...v.j who nau long servcu on roads running froiStUti'eaat into the thing. Init Sb. your view-- it is :t force to .a, w.u .v.. ... v.. ItepuhUc.-- -ji - the flhSn'trmittee ,vth Sherinan. Ceecnj Street, between Main and btntcof Kansas? Consider thcsequcrles be invoked only when. It moves upon other countnes. St. Louis . 7. .W .: ii. l: 'When the averaeo manknows-thu- t aj.eave.totbe wjntfctthis incident anti Water, rear of Dilliiigbatn u'cilding. fniryiind impartially, and without the conscience of tho other man. Bat Kiclica-jn- l mself told him thing is noa 6 hisFbusiness,1theeryj stattbtitKy. Keady to do all kinds prejudice. silver mav be restored with dis&ster-t- o 01 buukKinitllinfT nrnmndi- - in fl.r. l.oct If you are inclined io follow this none, awi equity io.au.-l- ft' .; r ';& j, workmanlike manner. 7 iatret ja thread, of ercunreut fui titer; take the Atlanta' CpuMUjtfo " I M'. - - Kentucky i I r contentJon that the tariff is the supreme In this campaign. The answer to .Mr. platitude will icadily Mipgrst itself and it inns something after this fashion: Many of the factories of the United Stales are closed and many more are running on short time, not because there if aijj seat city of raw material, or eapi- tai, or laborers, nor Ueeatibe capitalists are not anions to realty; profits upon tV-- cpihil, but because, owing to tin (lecrcaee iii tli!i nurchasintr ability of the fnrmerh, there is io demand tod riinnufactured articles. And If all the idle men in the manufacturing centers could be put to work in the factories, the goods produced must lie unspld in the factories, unless the price of agricultural product, are raised, so that the increased income of the of the population dependent upon renders them able to purchase manufactured goods thus produced. These prices can be raised and this income can be increased by the establishment of a bimetallic monetary system and Hie free coinage of silver at sixteen to one ami in no other way. The free coinage cf silter will at 'once increase the pi ice of wheat and cotton, etc., etc., about GC t,cr cent. Hut Mr. ITarriRon, in his Xcw York speech, essayed to laugh this proposition out of court and answered it, once and foreer. He said: e one-half in tlio Jirc8t;nt A few of tin' fiist of tin; camjMiifnt. writv! of lht li'iniLlirmi imtional 's KMtcr3 were' put up in m" hatiKis City rccciitly. jCTh? poster its a hiS affair arl wontfrrfSiUy aiipRcstivc. The piturt-- M'j.rtM-iit.'- s 011 tine sitlf, the I'niCt-t- l Slctts inijit with Mr. Dryan standing lcfore it, iislicrinp in John Hull, .fnlin Ciiinsninji, Scnor Mexicano and thf rot, with trucu loatlx ofil-mt- . Against llutt is a preat vinta of sinoVinrj ahimneys antl Maj. McKinlcy tisht-Kni- ; crowds of jren anil women into t!ie open factory jjates. arc printed tin-- words ofMaj.JiIcKinlci-- : to open tlio rallla "I IMnk It Is far cf Atiurtcrt to Ainciican workmen, limn the i.i:nt of America to the silver cf the v. oritl." At the top, in large Mack letters, Is I lie caption: "The Heal Ishue," which vwi'hl icein to Intlicsito Hint the poster w;is pollen p before thedelicry of tlie e,i- - niiif campaign eccli bj Mr. Har-r:-owho explicitly coutnidicts Mr. coni-niititfISt-Ion, sp tas Oft-tin- il r neat ami cotton crops ot tne uuum States' for the year 1895, and then consider what an enormous tonnage of manufactured articles, nt present pre-- a ailing prices, is represented by of the combined tabic of these two crops for 1805. And yet that Is just, what the farmers could buy, in excess of what they arc now able to buy, i f prices were raised i0 per cent., as the icmlt of the free coinage of silver. And all the goldbugs concede that such rise in price would take place, but they fail to realize that it would be an absolute addition to the farmers' purchasing ability. Mr. McKinlcy should revise his epigram so as to make it read: "The way to open the mills of America to Ameri-ei.- n workmen and save our railway systems from disastrous bankruptcy is to open the mints of America to the silver of the world."--flcor- ge C. Ward, in Kansas Citv World. two-fifths CAUSES OF LOW PRICES. Restoration ot Silver Will Slake Farm the London board ot trade, a pronounced gold monometallism holds that gold is more variable in value than silver. Of course he measures the value of gold by the average prices of the products of industry. Hy carefully comparing these with gold during long periods he finds that gold is by no means stable. Trof. Perry, the writer and author on subjects of political economy, of Williams' college, who also happens to be a gold standard advocate, says distinctly that nil history proves that gold Is variable. Applying this admitted fact to the the gicat f.ill I.l situation of prices since 1891 recently referred to by Samuel Allerton will bo better accounted for. In a conversation the other day Mr. Allerton .paid: "We now have 130.000 barrels of pork selling at $0. We had at the same time in 1S91 300,000 barrels of pork selling at $12.75 per barrel. "Wc now have 50,000,000 of short ribs selling nt $3.10 per hundred. We had at the same time in 1891 OG.000,000 of ribs selling at from $0 to $7 per hundred. "From 1SG1 to 1S92 lard sold at from $G to $S per hundred pounds; now it sells at S3.10." Mr. Allerton accounts for this constant falling of prices from two causes: First, because the people are idle, and second, the loss of the foreign demand, cut off, ns he says, by the repeal of reciprocity. , There Is truth in what, the big pork packer says. But it is true also, that the fall in the prices of everything else needed by civilized roan, including the price of silver, which not an article afTectd by reciprocity or by immediate consumption either by those who were idle or those at work, shows that some other cause must be sought to. accoupt .for fall in prices. If Mr. Allerton will take his attention off the pork barrel long enough to of to-da- y 1'roUucta Urlnz More. Mr. GifTen, the statistician llrjan. The thoroughness with which the various silver forces are uniting in the support of Bryan is at last becoming visible. It has taken the most skillful political engineering, especially in the south, to prevent the local populist leaders from placing state before national Issues and joining with the republicans Xorth Carolina and Texas were t' i ftates where the greatest dan. ger In neither will the rc- -- ' Hcans benefit from any populist -- ORGANIZATION FOR SILVER. Various Forces Aro Uniting In Support of Highest of ail in Leavenbg Powcr.- - Latest U.S. Gcn't Report O AB&QMJWmtX PURE No &&&& rx'i-tcd- r.li ance. - THE SILVER TIDAL WAVE. Danger ot llelng Overwhelmed with Money. A FALSE ASSUMPTION. Sys- Anicrlra Does Not Want n Monetary tem In Accorti with ICnglanu'a. of those of Hngland. I can be doubled in value (I. c, purchasing power) she collects twice as much. If "dollars" be doubled in value, we pay twice as much. That Is the difference in a nutshell. Knglnnd is n creditor to the extent of $10,000,000,000. We are a debtor to Our interests arc directly the reverse She Is the greatest creditor nation in the world. We arc the greatest debtor. If "dollars'" the extent of $G,000,000,000. eigners have sent $G,06D,eoo,000 over hero and invested it. JCot at all. As bhown by Gen. Warner in his Monograph on our debt abroad, in 1SG9 our total foreign debt amounted to only $1,200,-000.000, nboutNluamount of our foreign debt. Hut the infer that forrcaet-muaUn- ot This is s agri-e"lti- ir te Sinco then wc have exported more gold and silver'5.han we have imported, and $1,749,305,231 more merchandise than we have imported. This makes a total balance in our favor of ?2.35G,oro,000. And yet our foreign $G00,-921,7- the-ruin- ous gressional nominations. The populists insist on being conceded the congressmen in the first, second, third, fourth, sixth and seventh districts. Of these on a close fusion the populists may carry the first, third and seventh, while the fiftlr and eighth seem to be the only ones which they can give to the republicans in exchange. On a straight-ou-t fight with no fusion the populists would carry two districts and the republicans only one. Since the death of Senator Vance the North Carolina democrats have lacked leadership, while the populists have developed Senator Butler, the shrewdest political general in the south, and the republicans have Senator I'ritchard, Bopresentative Thomas Settle and M. W. Mott, three able and aggressive lenders. Hut the state is nattirnllj democratic and all three parties are for free silver. There are not less than 40,000 reserve white voters, and of them are democrats. The populist movement gained no headway until 1892, when that party polled 44,732 votes, principally at the expense of the republicans. The democratic vote fell off 15,000 from thatof 1SS5, while flic republican vote dropped three-cornerthree-fourths In North Carolina three electoral tickets now seem to be certain, in which case Bryan nnd Sewall arc eurc to carry the state by a large plurality. The populist and icpublican state committees are to-dwrangling over the con- debt has risen fromal;ouT $1,200,000,- of profits. oooto 5G,eoo,ouo,f)66. How" has this startling condition arisen? Simply by the reinvestment - over 34,000. Since-the- n popV.Ust-repub-Iica- n fusions have prevented a clear-tesof comparative strength. But on 111? (mbEs es. i purr-holt?- . w -- a- The advocates of gold monometallism never weary of depicting in loud colors the horrors of the silver flood which would set in should the United States declare for the free coinage of silver. But they never explain to us the exact modus operandi. They tell us glibly enough that there is nbout $3,800,000,000 of silver money In the world, and that if we adopted free coinage the nations of the world would begin pouring their old coin and bullion in upon us, and that they would unload eventually all their white metal upon us. In addition to this the earth would bo scraped for silver nnd this, too, would allbedumedupon our shores. Now, tho silver money of the world may be divided into two almost equal parts. of it circulates at its market value, while the other half cir-- j eulates at nearly twice the market alue. The silver money of the United States, England, France, Germany and other European nations is worth about twice as much as the silver of which it is composed. It is therefore evident that none of this kind of money would be dumped on us for the very simple reason thnt It wouldn't pay. This point can be in tide clearer by illustration. Suppose that Franco should adopt the free coinage of gold and silver at the ratio of sixteen to one, what profit would there be to anyone to "dump" the money of this country tipon France? Nobody could buy up American dollars for less than a dollar apiece. It will therefore be seen that if wei should adopt freccoinagcAve would have notliing to fear from the money of i.urope, generally speaking. It was estimated in 1895 that the then silver standard countries had the following stock of silver money: Russia, 41,000,000; India, 950,000,000; England in Asia (Ceylon straits settlements and Hongkong), 110,000,000; China, 725,000,-00Central American states, 8.000,000; South American states, 30,000,000; Mexico, 50,000,000, or together 1,911,000,000 American gold dollars. Now, how much of this money would flow into the United States? Which one of the silver standard countries could afford to part with any of its silver? Russia has none to s.parc. The per capita of India is only $3.32, and it would be of no use to India to invest her silver in American products, and cut down her circulating medium still more. The per capita of China is only $1.83, nnd to still furthercontracther currency by pouring her silver, which Is now scattered nil over the land, in upon the United States would bo a suicidal One-ha- lf 0; FARMER AND SILVER. lilt! Only Means of Getting Ills Indebtedness 1'ald Off. l"he American farmer is at last beginning to understand something of tln relationship of the free coinage of sib'cr to wheat. This explain.; in part the large number of farmers who throng the meetings of tipper New York and Ohio to hear Bryan. They ort reminded that when silver bullion was worth $1.32 an ounce, as in 1872, it made the bushel of India wheat cost in Liverpool about $1.45. Wheat from this country was worth the Liverpool price less transportation, or about$1.15 in Chicago. When the Englishmen can buy our silver in London nt GO cents the bushel of wheat can be bought in India on the same basis as formerly, but at n cost when measured in gold of only as much, and it can be just one-ha- lf landed in Liverpool at about85 cents. It follows that the American must accept for his wheat the Liverpool price, as before, less the ccsst of transportation. The United Stats is holding sil wc arc ver on a parity with BO?', e THE selling our bullion ty ut half price. ' wheat is equalb those which car basis in silver-- r sold in the gol rope in competi the price of whe florr, oats and p are affected in pi wnf demonetize! sVLj'crvs n commodi- ",rrration as to , to all "'"cr Dear Sir : The Hawaiian Hair Elixir is worthy of every statement you make for it. Send us six botpet'tor tb" the U ing wheat was I tles more by express. Very truly, wheat was abou BIEIIN & DONOVAN. ounce of silver. then,- - and Is yet, that Is, the pi vn. The above men bought it only ucti; were measured by a silver stand been rej. use in their own families. ard. tain clergyman or . "" r ' sale by v This country had a bimetallic stand- the gold standard. Said ard then, nnd silver nnd gold were at doctor: "Tho issue la not over natio... . "" (f. WHITE. n parity. When silver was made a comdisruption (asIhlSGl) butover national modity, our nilver bullion, being denied coinage, fell rapidly in price, relative to gold, leaving gold the single standdishonor, and patriotism again summons us to sink our partisanship in our love of country." The hundreels of thousands of good men, including clergymen of as high standing as this man, whose belief in the goldlte doctrine is now paramount will not tamely submit to the imputation that they favor "national dishonor." It was a "national dishonor" to demonetize silver in the surreptitious manner in which it was done in 1S73. Abraham Lincoln called such n contraction of the currency a "heinous crime." Instead of its being a national dishonor to undo that wrong anel simply restore our currency to where it was before, it is, in the view of millions of voters, a "national dishonor" to continue the oppression to the proelucing and working classes of our people. When the people dltl not know what had been done and were not. Informed as evil consequences, it to its might have been held to be a dishonor to the congress who brought it nbout under tbe influence of the money lenders of Great Britain, but that the nation was not responsible. But now that the Issue is clearly before the nation, if a majority of our voters should decide to perpetuate this wrong anel fasten upon our country, for years to come, the gold despotism, it woulel be a consummated anel deliberate national crime. The "dishonor" would certainly attach to the nation as a body politic. Farm, Field and Fireside. INSURANCE POLICIES. in the pending contest. Not content with urging the free coinage of silver, its strongest champions demand that our paper money shall be isued directly by the government cf the United States." Why, bless you, major, you are right for once. The strongest champions of free silver do always demand that nil our paper money shall be issued directly to the people by the government of the United States, and alio that it shall be full legal tender, If there is a man in the United States who is a producer of wealth who is willing to turn over the job of issuing paper money to the banks, In our opinion he is a candidate for an Idiot osylum. Gen. Garfield said that he who controls the money of the country is absolute master of all its industries and commerce. Let all those, therefore, who are anxious for a government of the bankers' synditate, by the bankers' and for the bankers' syndicate vote for McKinley, while those who are for a government of the people, by the people and for the people will hesitate long before they vote to turn over nil industry nnd commerce to so unscrupulous a monopoly. A republican congressman who occupied in the house a desk next to McKinley for a year, anil for nnother year next to Bryan, and consequently had ample opportunity to become thoroughly acquainted with both, speaks in the highest terms of the strength of character anel backbone of the latter, while of the former he says he has a backbone like a jellyfish. This probably accounts for the reason why one that America :an adopt and nin a double standard without 'xhe consent of any other na-twhile the other thinks ' ficst ask Papa and Mam-Western Rural. flrst-class Mirer Truth. In his letter of acceptance Mr. McKinley says: "The silver question is not the only issue affecting our money The Voice t eTeode Mr. James McAllister, of 162 East Main Street, Lexington, Ky., says: hair had fallen out until I had come to the conclusion that I was soon to have a bald head. Hearing 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 haa My thickened up until I have as good a suit as I desire. It willcertainly do the work. Besides it is an elegant hair dressing; gives life to the hair and invigorates the scalp. Those similarly afiocted can't make a mistake iu trying it. james McAllister. "Winchestkr, Ky., May 18, Mb. ?0G. J. W. Nelson: h, policy. GREEN CLAY A T-I.- A a;;ri'.-uIUirn- one-hal- f. Indeed, there is no reason to anticipate that there would be a flood ntall. Denver Times-SuThere is not a nation in the world that ANOTHER ODJECT LESSON. would haveany Interest In such a course, so that all this talk about a silver flood, A Goldlto Explanation of n Capitalist's when examined critically, is seen to be Investments In Mexico. mere leather nnd prunella. Memphis Tbe following telegram appeared reCommercial Appeal. cently in the St. Louis n. OIobe-Democr- ard. This has practically driven our American farmer out of the European market, and the condition of the Ameriy can farmer is deplorable. It is said that manufacturers, jobbers and dealers in agricultural appliances hold as much as $GO,000,OCO worth of past due notes from farmers who arc unable to pay. Farmers have bepn put into this condition financially by the fast falling of prices during the past few years, and it is n fact that if present conditions arc to prevail this indebtedness can rever be paid off, because the farmer i obliged now to put his product on the market at less than it cost him. It is gratifying to know-tha-t the farmers nr? almost unanimously enbracing the free coinage idea. to-daself-evide- nt Publ IG hefilC On Saturday, October 10, '96, at 10 o'clock, a.m., on the premises, ono and one half miles East of Speedwell, I will rent to the highest and best bidder, 300 Acres of Land, known as J. C- - Rice place. 50 acres more or less to j;o in corn ; 20 acres more or less to go in wheat, balance in grass. fiSf ALSO at same time and place one third interest in J. Speed Smith's farm, one mile East of Speedwell. 15-GEO. W. RICE, Ex'r. 16 I 5 PubiicSole, I will on SEPTEMBER 20th. '96, offer for sale, the farm, at the mouth of Browning Creek, iu Madison county, containing WILLING TO YIELD THE POINT. ttiusoy, inl Alr-I'um- e Showing What Would Take Placo Under Tree Colnago of Silver. An Ithaca correspondent to thcTnb-un- e concedes too much to the gold side, and cites our disagreement with Mr. Brynn. in his claim that free coinage would restore the parity of the meals. The Tribune seeks only to develop the truth, in whichever direction it may He. c It advocates rcmonetization because it sees clearly that it will conduce to the general prosperity of the country, and not from any partisan rea- self-deni- . under-consumpti- free-silv- er u 1 re-pa- js !.-- I- - ... x well-pai- "middle-of-th- e-road" 4 -- well-rea- .... -- ... Re-ser- vo three-fifth- two-fift- hs three-fifth- ed to-wi- t: two-fift- E con-duct- of rcp-icsen- ts to-da- y. cc "Sr tlio's-SSILUsniig- nr. -- rrnTf ..--- !,! -, a' ..... , .i.,r . -- - 8-- - wrW : -- VC iV- - T- - x --..- . V s !r"1 "U ., "S. Jtvj, :. a T1r1L-.- ?MJ' , , "" -- to assure you that your cut and article on 'Insurance policies and bank savings' hits the subject right. My B, B. !. brother wrote me from Pennsylvania that his premium of $178, soon due, Tribune admits that under free coinwoulel have to be extended or policy for- Time Table No. 24, In Efage silver will advance and gold come feited, owing to scarcity of money. I fect May 12, 1895. down. Were our country alone concan say the same as to my insurance 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. two metals might meet in cerned the policy. Wo are not worrying now as EAST BOUND, jr N ,. Sob value and an approximate parity be rett what kind of coin our families aro to Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sud Ex Sun stored. But it must be remembered receive in tho event of our death, but A. M. r. M. A. M. A. M that to maintain a parity in this counhow to get the money now nnd in the fu- Versailles S 55 ,, 6 40 io lu try not only ours but the whole world's Nicholasville 10 11 n 14 7 35 ture to pay our premiums. Valley View n 47 7 s3 ,0 55 Btock of gold must be pulled down in "My family are friends of the McKin- Million 8 12 11 j9 11 value. Should a higher valuation obley family, and have known them long Richmond 8 30 12 30pm u 15 tain in Europe than in this country years, ami they are Umor. ij sS u o5 50 gold will be exported to the better mar1 12 31 I heard .Maj. McKinley make his first Moberly BrassScM. j2 4i 59 ket abroad. This is what we anticispeech in. the campaign in. which he Panola. ., 12 49 2 10 pate will take place. was elected county attorney at Stark Irvine.. z 12 . 3 2c r. x. But It is no yielding of the question, a. w county, O. I was then a boy at Mount for it is just what should take place No. 2. No. 4. No. 3.. No. 10 Union college, Ohio. I feel very kindly WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun under a bimetallic system. There can toward the major and his family. be no such thing as continuous parity. A. H. r. M. r. M. A. M. "I woulel gladly vote for him fon . 3o 3 40 One metal or the other will always be bishop of tho Methodist church or for Irrine. Panola 4 38 54 worth more than its companion, and the king of England, but God forbid that I Brassfield j!) 4 40 Moberly 2 12 dearer metal will drop out of circula510 should so far forget the duty I owe to Union.. 2 13 3 15 tion. We anticipate for a time gold Register. my family and my country ns to vote for Richmond 6 05 2 30 5 40 5 00 6 20 3 00 will so retire, and it is nothing to be GROWTH OF S1LVEH SENTIMENT. Mark Banna and the gold standard. Million 5 30 Valley View 6 34 3 13 5 37 deplored, any more than its disappearYours for the friends of tho people, Nicholasville 6 53 6 58 3 38 8 3; ance was prior to 1834, or the disap- It Is Not Continent to Any One Section of William J. Bryan, and free silver." Na- Versaillet. 4 30 7 55 llio Country. pearance of silver after that date. tional Bimetallism a. u. r. u. r. M. a. M. Mexico and the South American reThat the growth of silver sentiment Louisrille and Versailles daily. Trains between publics are unable to maintain the par- is not sectional has been shown by the Train between Cincinnati and Nicholas1! ity of the metals by free coinage, nnd recent developments in New York, LITERARY NOTES. daily. All trains connect with Southern RMIwayNto there is little more reason to expect Connecticut and Massachuand from Louisville, and with the C. N. O. &T. that we can do so. But what differ- setts. In New York Senator Hill has at P to and from Cincinnati. Apropos of Mr. Cornelius Vamicrbill's ence does it mako if we can be richer lost bejn pried off the fence by his own Yon can spend fire hours in Louisville, about six hours in Cincinnati or 13 hours in Lexington and and happier with silver? We certain- constituents, who, in electing him a disagreement with bis eon, and the return to Richmond at 30 p. m. ly are finding neither wealth nor con- delcgale to the state convention, have marriage to a woman very much tentment with gold, nnd everything is unanimously instructed him to vote for older tlinti himself, tho editor of the IN. going from bad to worse while wc re- the indorsement of the Chicago candi- Cosmopolitan, in the September issue, main so wedded to it. date and platform. That Mr. Hill has seriously discusses tiie education most K. O.DIVJSlOiN. The silver advocates do not propose been unable to accept his election under the demonetization of gold. It will conditions that would require him to useful to modern life, and substantially, Ik Effect March 1, 1S96. still perform an important function as divorce? himself from the opulent asso- if. not iu word, asks: "Docs modern NORTH ROUND. n check upon silver, and if at any time ciation:! that have grown so essential college education educate?" Tbe SepExpress for Cincinnati, LV. RV silver, as during the period from 1834 to his iiomfort since the days when he tember Cosmopolitan, as if to show what A. M. I'aris, jtfavsville, Win- . Jt to 1873, should become worth more was ajlcmocrat does not detract from a magazine can do, givet four complete chester and Lexington than gold nt the sixteen to one ratio, the value of this exhibition of eastern stories iu this single number, by such 7.33 G5 it will have to step back and again give popular feeling. A still more impres- notetl authors as Frances Court'enay Bay Paris, Mays- place to gold as the standard. Such re- sive dUp'.ay of the spread of democratic P. M. ville. Winch ester and sult is not at oil unlikely to occur, and principfes has been witnessed in New lor, Maurice Thompson, Gertrude Hall, 2.05 Lexington mail. L05 especially as the rcmonetization of sil- Jersey,' where the democratic state con- and John J.a'Becket. Louise Chandler Livingston, London, ver extends, as itno doubt will, to other vention met on the very day on which Moulton, Mrs. Lew Wallace. Francisquo 1.10 Pineville. 1255 countries. 'Hhc Jersey bond syndicate candidate for Sarcey, I. Z.tngwill, AgnesRepplier, NorFast line for Livingston. A. M But we cannot think thnt- - in any the vic presidency issued his letter ot man Kerr, M. D., II. C. Chalfield-Taylo11.43 London,Jellico,KnoxviIle 319 case within the next three or four years acceptance. Only four months ago a Win. Eleroy Curtis, Robert E Straborn, A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, P. SI. silver will return to $1.29 per ounce in convenjion purporting to represent the Colonel Tillman, and 3.19. fans, Winchester. 11.43. Ruth McEnery gold. Nor is it altogether desirable New jersey democracy met, and Rowland, Stuart are also among tbe contributors r. it. Stanford. Lancaster and A.M. that it should. Detroit Tribune. 1.25 10:10 with funereal solemnity "resolved to bf ttle for the gold stand to this one issue of a magazina that is r. m. Rowland, Lancaster and r. m A great fortune often serves as an 7:40 Stanford, 6:10 assembled sold for 10 cents- - Nor is this all. Among that gathering impregnable fortres.? to resist the ad- nrd. other writers not already mentioneel is in the gloom of assured nnd vance of contentment. trains connect at Paris defeat. Now the real democ- Camille FJammnrion, who has an article JJfiTOat-goinracy o; I New Jersey, revived, rejuve- on "The Wonderful New Eye of Sci with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, nated Imd confident of. victory, has ence," which atone is worth the entire.; Maysville and intervening pointi. g trains connect at. '.V ikcties Froe Silver Is tho Moans. come together and enthusiastically price of tho 'magazine. Tho Cosmopoli- ter witlf Lexington, and poiBts west, More business firms are on the brink pledged itself to the restoration of bi and Mt. Sterliiiji and points cast. of failure at this time than any other metal Hi p. In connection the pri tan lias been gradually perfecting its en. trains connect at "Livings- in American history. Thousands of in- maries fadicaeil that tbe ndvocate3 of graving and mechanical depurtnients, Gup', Knosville telligent,' manufacturers through tbe gold wl II be, Touted fn the coming state. until the publishers believe that, in IKb ton with Cumberland nbeikvUle and intervening points. cast dare not say what they think, and bonvem en. niid in Massachusetts- - the September 13311c, they present afniifuber trains coanect at Ro uixi what they would likct and yet there are friesds pf tbe, Chicago platfomxare'not (mr Stanford) with Ciobrlail elements at work that will usher in at 'uly- ra jry'Dcf everything withia the unrivaled in, artistic aud mechanical Knoxville, Loakviite and tetermnlitf j ji period 6f universuljiproeperjty. Free Hemocr ttte'iwfsroizattetB, but as hmper j ' ;' ' ,.. Point Atony a: man will tWJ silver is. Tiaaajr ot nn. iCi HOOPyt Mt 1'." f- . r rL I WKM- , z , rity.KrtidliiW Tji i n JBrJUBtUpi. y.OtwrMi. Hunt-Ingtoc- sons. It matters not to the Tribune the flip of a copper which way the people detcnnlne the money question next November. It will throw all possible light on tho subject, nnd then be satisfied with the people's verdict, whatever it may be. In regard to Mr. Bryan's claim, the Oa::aca, Mex.. Ai:. 2S. A survey has Just been completed for a railroad from this city to connect v.ith the Isthmus of road. It it stated that the road is to oo built by C. Huntington, and that it is tho latter'a Intention to extend the Durango, passing through line from here to the City of Mexico. At Durango tho road will connect th tho Mexican Internationa- road, which Is owned by Mr. Hunt-Ingtnnd operated in connection with the Soutlcrn Pacific sytem in tho United State). It Is also reported in this same connection that Mr. Huntington has purchased from Person & Sons tho lease granted them by tho Mexican government for tho operation of the Tchauntepec road for a term of years. By t he building of this connecting link of road ;Ir. Huntington will havo a. through New York and San Francisco to line the Isthmus of Tchauntepec, and will control the water situation as he will operate his Pacific mall steamers In connection with the Tchauntepec road. The uncertainty of financial affairs In tho United 's States Is given as the cause of Mr. determination to mako heavy Investments In Mexico. The joke in this is carefully conH;aled until the reader comes to the last sentence. Mexico is now a free silver country, and one of the pet bugaboos of the goldbjgs is that If free coinage is adopt;d the United States will be reduced to the level of Mexico. The sperepresents cial to the Mr. Huntington as being so afraid this country will be reduced to the plane of Mexico that he has placed his heavy investments in Mexico itself. This is about on a par with saying that a person wis eo nfraid of having his fingers burned that he stuck his hand into the fire. Memnlils Commercial-Appea- l. Tako Your Choice. A vote for Maj. McKinley means more gold seytres, more gold corners, more bond issues, more slick syndicate work. A vote for William J. Bryan is a vote for good times. Illinois State ot m Globe-Democrat 209 ductive- 1-- 2 Acres! s, Terms made known on day of What It Is That tho l'ollcy Holders Are sale. If the land is not sold.it will" be Worrying Abont. renteel to the highest nnd best bidder for A correspondent writes from Kansas one year, with privilege of three year". Sale" between the hours of 10 anil 11 as follows: "I do not desire to have my name o'clock, a. m. 15-- 16 JOHN II. THORPE. used (for biiiness reasons), but 1 re tie-si- There is over one hundred acres of river ana creek bottom ; the remainder hill land. This land is rich, and good dwelling house and being pro- B. H & R. fellow-Methodist- s. 1 1 1 .. 1 New-Jerse- lat-ter- 'd L. & R & u& 1 Jel-lic- r, sx&' i well-deserv- j; Uut-gom- OHt-goin- j: Ont-goiti- p - Gtz' . .. the-mw- ! pLshotfei)yaioo't nv w --- iofc-i-ri- c- - .1 Jl3v&& tV 'jr a: . r ' .- :, - II I c ,-r-4 fj TlrfiTwWKflr1'" ' JaiaiMt 'aw imm &s39hBt jfl , SB i " J lI ' ."TO It ' v .. U. "i us - ;;--' . .- - . - J5w" : " - - H - " -- x"i "' H - THE CLIMAX. PUBLISHES XVEBY WEDNESDAY BT I cents. on every dollar you owe mo with only one half the interest you promised?" would :::";v" It- oi 47 r be straight out re ur . pudiation cents I ThQ & it i Climax Printing PKR YKAll, Go. to you and my great anxiety to pay $1.25 "Hy friend 1 Itnowil.fom in; debt PRICE $1.50. IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1896. ASVEBTISI2T& SATES. O H -- " 3 c; O 2 a- - w 5T SPACE. J 2 c r ; : 5it- S 5 O o " s. F I ; : 3 Inches, 4 Inches. H I oI K Col 50 j 00 3 ? ; : 2 m 5 2 o ? r ? j : 2 llnch. f i oo $ i 50 S 5 Inehei I 6 00 7 50 9 00 5 00 $ 4 50 $ 7 00 f 11 00 15 19 i iCoI Col,, 8 00 10 00 400 600 3 50 3 50 4 00 5 00 10 00 12 on 6 00 la 00 17 73 34 50 50 00 00 13 00 22 30 42 on 60 00 100 00 9001300270040006000 80 13 25 38 75 15 00 33 00 34 50 iS 00 17 ck 40 CO 00 00 JTReading notices 10 cents a line for first Insertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of respeet and similar matter at half rates. No specified position. DEMOCRATIC KOR TICKET. PRESIDENT,. f - IVM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE I'UESIDEKT, AUT1IUR SEWELL, of Maine FOR CONGRESS. JOHN B THOMSON, of Mercer county. JCDGE OK "VV. THE COURT OF ArrEALS. S. TRYOR, of Henry County. CA.NDIDA.TCS ANNOUNCEMENT. cannot see the error of their way Le and ami I have increased thirty pounds in We beg thee to be merciful to For Housekeepers Only. G-OOID-S weight and am relieve! from all the them, and in time they will come ti their "No more wteljigent and states$i numerous aches andTpains of body and POTATO PIE. milk. They know not that by their manlike msageA taking it as a mind. I could write a quire of paper Qt on the first floor.... pic may bo made by lining Potato they are keeping thee from whole, has'fiSa'rtl Jinatcd from the unon my changed feelings and conditian with ordinary and filling thy coffers with interest and bond ExecutriTtltitcrtiTrs jisinco I have pie-ti- ns Yours respectfully, P. II. M.i:ncr.Y, , and gold, but thanks to thee, Oh. Altak affairs; but I filling with mashed potatoes season" IXSTKUCTIOX. Pastor C P. Church, Clayton, Ark. FOR SUIT. rUBLIC mighty Rothschild, we will soon have ident and his ed with a little fried onion and sumSold by all druggists at $1.00 per box, the laborer where the wool is short; we .gement of our mer savory. Put on an upper crust, JIrs. Johx "Vil,i,iamsox is a canand bake from twenty to thirty mindidate for Superintendent Public are progressing; our campaign is daily three boxes, (thirty days' treatment), , and I pro-- it for Madison county, subwritten guarantee, gathering strength. Help ns, thou great $2.50 with plainly, to utes. Serve hot. Ladies Home Jourto the action of the Democratic ject and only, that we may retain our cour or sent direct upon receipt of price. and to point nal. party. WITE YEARS GF 9) D- DEVILED HAM LOAF. age so that we can" turn a dumb tar to Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka commend as a EXPERIENCE, EAS s proposed in the wailin-- ; and gnashing ot teeth as we Chemical aud Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis. OK PUBLIC Deviled ham loaf may bo made in FOIt uKARGE OF THE MILLINERY. 0 take the last crust from the masses, for and Boston, Mass. "al reports, tho following manner: Take two SCHOOLS. 6; it is all for thee it will help thee to pile an bo demon-- . spoonfuls of cracker orJirjd-CTtrrfiljs- " laid (3 J. "W. Waoeks Is a candidate for up the sheckels, and that is our wish. DR. PEFFER'S Superintendent of Public Schools of iiiat guiv. ...... silver coin, and ?WUarter"oi a pound of deviled ham, Lead us not into the temptation of beMadison county, subject to the action the paper representative of both, two cups of milk, using a portion to OYAl-TMS- Y SILVER. lived of the Democratic party. lieving that free silver is right lest we jou and clothing. stand on an absolute equality before moisten tho ham. Stir in two eggs, XEWnLSCOVErtY. KEVEEPA1LS. prove us traitor to thy cause, but deliver a nc w, reilAUlo and safo relief formp. j of our add salt to taste, put into a buttered .ory where became stag- - the law, and that prestetl, excesflTe, ccanty or painful Just as well head all editorials this us from those solid arguments that they CI KOB CLEBK MADISOX men tu ration. Sow cacti byover8O,C0O present troubles grow out of tho re- breadpan and bake one hour in a Ety &2 tSy ty tt .i., farm products went down, and latllea- - InTlgoratEs ortrans. JI. way. Everybody talks and writes about advance, for they are hard to wnro ot uancrous tbe S. H. TlIOBPE v get around, 17 "a with it farming lands. "When you fusal of our officials to pay the money moderate oven. Serve cold, cut in it and will read nothing else. paper. 2 per box, tmiestioRH. riame malt box:. Sent ...adiM-i- i a candidate . for thine is the kingdom and we anj thy reeled In plain wrapper. Send 4o In took in the lien notes on my farm, received at our custom houses to thin slices and garnish with parsley. rtaznro for Dartisul&ra. AM.l i. 1.1 Circuit Court, Millions and millions of documents, slaves, now, always have been, ViViw io the action ,ilruceUtoraldre.9 rEFt'EIiJIEIU. and alLadies Home Journal. you thought it would bring in dol- our public creditors in the manner of the Demo' OAl.ASOClAT10Ji, Chituio, iU. pro and con, are called for and being ways hope to be. t) Amen. St. Louis Jourlars twice as much, as I owe you on and for the purposes prescribed by BEEFSTEAK PUDDING. supplied by the respective campaign nal. Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. it. Since 1891 you know that I havo the laws of the United States. FOB SHEBIKK. Beefsteak pudding is made by committees, which shows that every i. White. hardly able to pay expni"".s mixing one cupful of beef suet, chop- question is lost sight of except the If. If. Colyeb is a candidate for and keepbeen interest paid. You !;iwiv AYith Awarded in:: the "The present crusado against sil- ped fine, with two cups of flour, one Sheriff of Madison county, subject one silver. Teachers and to the action of the Democratic I have worked and been economical. ver is only another evidence of tho teaspoonful of salt, mixing them to- prophets are innumerable and their Highest Honors World's Fair? WEAK RUSH K3ADE YISQ80US party. You know that if the existing state audacity of the organization of gether with enough water to make a theories and prophecies are as wide of affairs continues you getail I h.we wealth ; they havo always secured all dough, easily handled. Boll out the apart as the poles. ran county apsespob. when five years ago yon would have they demanded, however unjust dough and line a buttered pudding-dish- , The average mind cannot read and James C. Milleb is a candidate been satisfied with half of my farm their demands; they have succeeded fill with ono pound of beef comprehend it all. Indeed the majorcounty, sub- for what owe you. for Assessor of Madison S&&J in alarming the President and the steak and a beef kidney, cut I into ity of the people have not the time to ject to the action of the Democratic ISr"DY. l"DaY. You accuse me of repudiation Secretary of the Treasury, as they small pieces; season party. What PEFFER'S HSRUgfiSfi Sid with salt and study it. There 13 too much of the arwhen I tell you I vote for both gold have done precedintr administra pepper. Flour a C DOWPrfutlT - and OnirklV- - tTirrn M It .. pudding cloth and guments and is too conflicting to he rev .ii acta muera .. It loun men regain .lost xxmnbooa o:t ian. Tub Republicans have got mad and silver at the present legal ratio. tions; they threaten to use the pow- tie tightly over tho top of the bowl; conciled. There is, however one point men recover youthful visor. JL.Dsn2i;Jelv"ntnntced to CnreXervouiocitg, Xoqt liulltr-Main Street, Richmond, Ky. and jumped the game wont any My friend I don't say it to hurt your er which our laws give them over immerse in a kettle of briskly boil- in favor of our side the silver ticket Impoiency, Xlfchtly .Emissions. J.oi. x'ower,, either and all aci, Falllnzof91 eriory. Wait!-.!longer divide time with Democrats feelings hut I believe you intend to our currency, of withdrawing from ing water and allow the pudding to that tlie weakest mind can understand telj abuse or ezcisn ant efectt IndUcixtion. Wards off either willfully or ignorantly vote our circulation among the people boil steadily for four to five and that in our judgment should settle and consumption at their appointments to speak. Don't let drocslst lmpojo a worthless it ot to rob me and my children of one and, if need he, from the country, hours. Servo hot. Ton becanvj It yields n renter profit. Icristcn bcr Ins FEFElt'B Ladies Homo in our favor. Every voter except those or scnJ f r It CONSPIRACY Can Do carriedjn Test pocSot. Prepaid plain wrri half of my farm. I admit, you are the gold they control, and thus de- Journal. per. SI per box. or O lor St.", with A interested in the gold standard, can hut entitled to tho other half. You range, even if ruin follows, the busiWrltten Quurantee to Cure orl'erund Pamphlet free. Sold by drumrl.ts. Aildrr he convinced that the Bryan ticket is APPLE SAUCE THAT WILL KEEP. The crowning conspiracy of all know that under a gold standard for ness of the people. MJELDIOAX. JJSS'A, Chicago, 111 Every concesagainst silver has been announced which you say you ..intend to vote, sion increases their audacity and This is as great a convenience as the ticket entitled to his vote. Sold bv Riclnnon Drug Co and W . G MOST PERFECT MADE. That point is that we do propose a by Mr. Carlisle, within the past my farm will not bring what I owe adds to their power. A stand must preserves, the preparation of apples change, and the opposition proposes A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.' Fret White. week, and that is if it becomes ne you. I will lie reduced to tenantcy be made somewhere by the repre- for sauce not being always convencessary he will redeem "standard sil-- 1 and my children be serfs, and you sentatives of the tax payers, or an ient for the busy housekeeper. Infe- none. There should be no other argu- from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulter.int, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ver dollars in gold; another endless whom 1 thought my friend help to absolute surrender of all the mone rior apples may be used in this way ment necessary. Do we not all, nearly, want a change? To ask the question is lie should strike the blow." chain is to be started if tary interests of the country into and the windfalls of early autumn. remain as Secretary of the Treasury when ono is fortunate enough to own to answer it. Then if we want a change ATT0B1TEYS. Speaker No. l's chin had dropped their hands must follow." or any Republican gets his place. to his chest, in a few seconds he an orchard, will be found quite avail- why not vote for it If the Bryan ticket is elected we are confident that a. B. HOGG, Can it be that the man is mad? raised his head, with a look of conThey "There is not an outstanding obli- able.freed should bo pealed, cored there will be a change in the system of y Does he hope in his despair to and from every blemish, then viction beaming in'his countenance gation of the United States, nor of ATTORNEY AT LAW. the Republic? and extended that hand that has any State, municipality, corporation cut up in quite small pieces. A large finance. Thea silver prophets tell us that Richmond, Kii Kentucky there will be change for the better and who does not see now the He it n- helped many a man and said, "My or individual, the present standard earthen jar with a cover should be of it all, does not want to sec. friend, I would rather see ready to receive them. Into this jar the gold prophets say it will he lor the Office No. that hand silver dollar. What right has Conn Fint street, up stairs. jvp M cut off and thrown to the dogs in the gress to deprive the debtor of that with a cover should be ready to re- worse that the whole world will go to r WON'T SERVE. the bad. Well, we believe our prophets TO READ BOTH SIDES ceive them. Into this put first a libstreets, than place with it a stencil right by adding more silver to the GRANT E. LILLY, OF THE QUESTION? mark orfa ballot that would be count coin than he agreed to pay, or by eral sprinkling of sugar, with cinna- are the true and their's arc the false ones. A TT0RNEY-Hon. J. has tendered his ed in any cause that would rob you !!, stopping its coinage so that he can- mon to taste, then a layer of apples, as elector of the 8th district. or any of my fellow The two opposing theories, as to wheth- IJicnMOND, Kentucky The New York Journal is the only citizens. I see not obtain it? It is as palpable a vi- then more sugar and cinnamon, and All good men ought to be ashamed to your earnestness. will never say olation of a contract to increase the so on till the jar is full. The sugar er it will or will not, are both backed by Metropolitan paper indorsing- I Office 8. have their names published with a lot repudiation to you again on this nnd obligation of the debtor as it is to should be regulated according to the good arguments and volumes of up stairs. W. corner Main in nilSecond strews Will practice ol bolters and party destroyers, especially great question of principle and tartness prophecy, I impair or reduce the standard of to a half of the apples, from a quarter ing certainand there is absolutely nothis Madison aud adjoining counties the courts of anil Conrt of in a covert way. pound for one pound of ap about the result.; But there promise to try and investigate fur- value of the coin which tho creditor ,. Appeals. No man lias ever been a more faithful ther without prejudice. ples, being the rule. The jar should one thing that we can reason out in our stipulated in his contract should be M public servant than Mr. Sullivan. The ho placed at the back of the range own minds, and that is there is not the J. O. & D. M. CHENAULT, They parted. paid to him." and it daily publishes articles by most of those lie now, by his conduct, and tho fruit kept covered and gen- danger in the change we propose that That man, if ho lives to get to the the leading financiers of the country ATTORNEYS AT LAW, treats as dishonest and ignoramuses, are election, will vote for coinage of tly simmering through tho day. It the gold people are so careful and per "France and other countries main- should then be set away to cool, and sistent in warning us about. We are Richmond, the ones who stood by and clerted hitn. Kentucky. on Both sides of the question, botli gold and silver at the present tain their silver and paper in all tho apples taken out only as they are perfectly satisfied that these prophets We know they will appreciate this legal ratio. "We believe you will step on his part and that they would hear from him before the election. transactions, public or private, at needed for sauce or desserts. Having are perfectly false ones. If Mr. Bryan Office on Second street, over Uhenault's gro par with gold under far greater difopen wide their arms if lie would onlv s That same spirit of fairness and ficulties than we have to contend no water mixed with them, apples and a free silver Congress are elected, eery. tear away from his corporate d It is progressive, liberal and always K ' justice will make many more of our with, no matter from what stand- prepared in this way are very pala they are not going to bring ruin, disEICHilOD, KEX'irCKY. take up thecause of the people fellow citizens come out on tho side table. Ladies Home Journal. grace, repudiation, socialism and all the STEPHEN D. PARRISH, espouses the cause of the masses. point tho comparison is made. against those benton their destruction. other ills on this nation that the gold of mercy and tho people. Every broad minded man should A TT0RNEY AT LAW, France is a little more than WOMAN'S INFLUENCE IN POLITICS. prophets prophecy. read it, whether Republican or as largo as Texas; her inAT LEXINGTON. MADISON WHY HANNA IS SAD. They will bring free coinage of course, Richmond. Kentuckv. ternal trade and commerce is a mere m TILS' Democrat 1Jm 3 3 &.f. but they will not wreck the government We are having repeated illustrations of in Near one thousand of Madison's Maj. McKinley has shifted his posi- bagatelle compared with that of this Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Etc. getting to it We dare say that there dM 21 s Report as Io patentability of invention Free of citizens went to Xexington last tion on the currency question. In the almost boundless continent; her pop- the fact that woman does not require the will be as much patriotism and statesCharge. Unsurpassedacilities. Moderate terms. as large as ballot to exercise a potent influence in Tuesday to see W. J. Rryan. "We Congress of the United Suites in 1S90 ho ulation is not U manship displayed in handling tiie Ucfore applytng for a patent, write me. 46ours and far less enterprising: her politics. doubt if ever a more pleasant day said: question as has been seen in thoso Conis a matter of common knowledge foreign commerce is much smaller It was spent by those who went. "We "I am for the largest use of silver in gress halls for many years; yea, a great Dally think it the unanimous verdict the the currency of the country. I would than ours ; gold can he transported and belief that Mrs. Bryan's wish and deal more than can be seen there now. i cent everywhere. -Subscription for Ono Month, jpss$sss$sssssssssss$s$sss$s next day that they Jiad never seen not dishonor it ; I would give it equal from the bank of France in Paris will carried the Democratic National Meridian, Miss.. News. A TTORNE W, Including: Sunday - - - 40 cents to the bank of London in England in Headquarters to Washington, against the such a happy assemblage of persons. credit and honor with gold. I would Two Months and a Half - $1.00 Ridimond, Kentucky "When a man is happy ho thinks make no discrimination. I would utilize a few hours; they aro not so far judgment and desire of some of the most Send subscription to everybody else is. both metals as money and discredit apart as New York and Washing- experienced politicians of the party. ton. Practices in all the courts. And now Mr. Piatt has put aside the All said they had never seen such neither. I want the double standard. The New York Journal, "Why is it not done? Why is she Gubernatorial Wilcox, Richard it is said, Bonny, Walter crowd before. It was amusing to Georgetown Times. a Circulation Department, NEW YORK. degradsimply because Mrs. Piatt prefers Wash- Covington, Miss Katie PHYSICIANS. hear .it estimated. Many of the The largest use of silver is its free and not brought to the Sim- ington society for six years as the wife of Gentry, Bruce Hunt, W H admirers of our chieftain were will- unlimited coinage. To deny it this re- ed silver standard? J. B. WILLIS, Postmaster. DR. H. E. GIBSON, ing to swear that two hundred thous- cognition is to dishonor it. This is what ply because her officials and her a Senator from Uew York to the relativeand of Kentucky's chivalry had met he believed in 1890, why does he not be- public creditors sustain her silver ly humdrum life of the Executive ManPHYSICIAN AND SURQEON, to honor their leader. lieve that way now? That's what's the and do not repudiate it, as ours have sion at Albany. Thus Mr. Black came LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- done for years past and still continue by his chance, and thus Senator David . Richmond. Rig Sam D. said this settles Ken- matter with Hanna. Kentuckt. KET. to do in violation of tho plainest pro- B. Hill sees a claim stiked out for his tucky. There are enough men hero . 5 CAUSES OF HEADACHE. H visions of law." seat from the 4th of March next N. Y. yelling themselves hoarse to Office in the Joe Cc.Iins building, iS and 30 See. ARENA. ond Street, orer Wnite .new drugstore- ij- BY GLOVER World." give him Kentucky's voto and ho DUBItETT, LOUIS rimUSIIED " I .. VJrT E f The ordinary headache which is so exRaid he could tell by the way a felV1LLE TODACCO WAKEIIOUSE. "Why havo the holders of the disGHAS. HOOKER, tremely common among the inhabitants honored trade dollar been importunlow hollowed how he would vote. WILL GO TO ARIZONA. VETERINARY SURGEON, Sales on our market for the week jnst James Hugucly had charge of the of our Atlantic seaboard towns "is the ing Congress for years to give them Mr. Tlios- J. Barkley has disposed of closed amount to 3,701 hhds. with re cavalry from Madison and 6howed outcome of conditions affectim the nerves in exchange for it a standard silver Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. by his conduct that ho had not for- through impoverished blood containing dollar of 412 grains, while it con- his firm interest in the wholesale ceipts for theiamc period 1,709 hhds. KSW&lSFiff&&mzX'. i gotten tho lessons learned in 1881-- 2 poisonous matter absorbed from badly tains 420? simply because ono is al grocery house of J. C. "Karr & Co., of Sales on our market since January 1st, Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty. Office op stairs over New York Store., corner liver torpidity 1 JQ New and Nicely Selected Stcck while following the gallant Morgan. digested food. tender and will pay the debts of this city, and tvi'd move to Phoenix, amount to 129,700 hhds. Sales of the crop Mam and First streets. Richmond. .6-G. M. "Willging's rooster created a and the catarrhal affections due to our the owner, and the other will not Arizona, and engage in similar business. of 189-- on our market to this date fGSt Keceived and at . yell from the boys every time he changeable climate also aid in effecting Yet tested by the bullion value, the He is associated in the enterprise with amount to 125.038 hhds. m m. jy its spread. Nervous exhaustion, due to trade dollar is worth the most the Berrynau Bros., of Frankfort. The raised his perch. The offerings of hurley tobacco on our Medicine and Surgery. -Everybody so far as we could learn irregular and fast living, plays an im- When our Treasury officials yield- style of the firm will be the Barkley- - market this week have been in the main Office Collins Rnildinc, Main Street. was pleased with Bryan. After he portant part .in its causation. Nervous ed to the clamor of tho Berry man Mercantile Conpany. Mr. of poor quality and a large percent of it, Telephone nt resilience (the Uarr place) on IJroadway; had spoken you could hear on every strain, especially of the ej'cs, and inflam- and violated the law by admitting Barkley Kill leave for Eliajuix next funked or out of condition. The good - - - - JKEOTUCKr, side in that large audience, "I am ed tisues about the internal bones of the ,their right to refuse silver received Tuesday and will go from there to San to fine sorts and all grades with color, RlCnMOND, now at his capturing nose are special causes. Nerve irritation, at tho custom house in payment of Francisco.l.OOO miles distant, Io purchase have remained firm at last weeks prictf. not surpressed -a the Chicago Convention. He has which is but poorly understood by the the principleand interest of their a part of the stock. Ho will then go East The commoner kinds have been some- DR. O. A, KENNEDY, s general reader, is a prolific cause of so bonds, they degraded our standard to purchase the remaiuder nf the stock what irregular and easier. captured me and I would follow him PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, '!?, 3 to death." There is no question but j called nervous headache. I know of no silver dollar by depriving it of its which will bo shipped to San Francisco The following quotations fairly repre- Richmond, Kkjctccicy. jirHcuce muxi w treat most important function as a legal by ocean s far as the Gulf of Mexico. sent our market for hurley tobacco 185)5 what he is one of the greatest orators iuuic tju.ji Office in Smith' iBuildinff, No 394 Main Street, np of this or any other age and that headache pain Windy with drugs. Of tender; and now, having captured He w'H then return to Georgetown and crop: FOR placo-wil- l be accorded him fu histo- course, outdoor exercise is the best possi tho executive branch of the Govern- leave with his family for their new Trash (dark ordamngcd)$ 1 00. to . 1 50' stairs. Office hours 13 to z and 4 to 5 o'clock. ry. We wish every voter in Ken- ble tiling for permanent cure It is very ment, the bondholders and their home, Oct; 20th. Tho new firm wilL Common colory trash . 200Vlo 3 50" "' a cMweo.Ja-rs.M6gWPWB j ss:s-cssis:"&easy to relieve mo3t forms of headache tucky could Jiave heard him. besieging Congress to en- open for business Nov. 1. Mr Barkley Medium to good col trash 3 '50 to- 5 00 DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, All T6teOT8iHHili read the CamalgBHdan M ! .4fsfsTKsrf(Sfif9sTHsf'ifsfsti - -- -- '"Kkotccj-y by means-o- f the coal-toderivatives, of force theirdemand,for gold alono in regards tbid bb a splendid opening, as "lo- 3 00 Richmond, luss not co'.orv 2 00 . aw REPUS1AT0R OR ROBBER. 3 t DDNF which so luanyare in the drug market. tho settlement of their claims, all there isnotait precent an exclusive whole- A common coiory iinga .i ,uu io o iru basis" 3! the many head- Jaw, jui(iice.,andquity to the Tiiese form the y ' sale hous9 irv the "Territory .ukr. Bark- Medium to good col lujw. GJX) to? 800 Telephone t olice and reeideno rv&BK-7ijuiirai...-isKatsN-jaiKJMrro r&tLr. is A few days since a very animated ache cures band bn the druggLfts' notwithstanding, by strifclng ley is one of Georgetown.'s'lJbest and ,Coinraoh to medium leaf- - &6Q;tot! 7. CO Z--,. " it .. - Start MtaoristtM BwttM OtBM r & iTsTsTsfBsry'&MsKS-JsTsT- f -- eonvfersatiou was heard In Eich- - shelves. Theirgjejsnot entirely with-o- down tho'Sllverfpt,-th,. ii r thUnaiw. IIII-.Utstandard val- most enterprising; and progressive BWffAKSrfOte ? -- "","" A'- Mediunuto gooil'leaf .ftoefon i. -. 3obd. .One of .the parties said with tliendp- dangsrforjibiif jare powerful heart ue of '' a&d hie reinoval will beijTirte' s lose Good to fine Jest they ...-7-L yjratP m ami K 2 L VIHswilLKatBBr a& r. v - &f'-- ' . m ItsT nsMftT Mrhn sHm iniiMii vat. X I. -ssssssissasSBilHsiisaBr "great 'ivehemenee: 4I Joaned you depreawHtejt taken jrk floiea of any con- - manded ,'aud;ine-e- d iii niirii isrvi .it In.the; i!a?e.6f tX MVIZO IV "if ."-l II , .a iJLi r tmmwm ni ji jaoBeyw.ertniw doyou, adableifee.rDfl in Aug. in bi mw Theftbove'q! James C. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. EXCEBPTS FBOJt SENATOR SPEECH. pio-cru- st, " . FOR JAILER. the circumstances under which I became indebted to you. You know I bought the farm on which I now reside iiijlSSO. I had $7,000; the place cost me ?12,000. I paid $5,000 down and improved and stocked the farm with $2,000. During the years 18S9 and '90 I was able to pay expenses and interest and reduce the balance on that, farm to $5,000. Prior to that time no one ever heard of parity between dollars, or intrinsic value. The Government was coiningbetween two and four million standard silver dollars every month and the talk then was that the Government was making the difference between the market price and mintage price of silver. In 189Pwe hear for tho first. time that the public creditor had the right to demand of the Government any kind of money desired even in exchange or redemption. In 1893 the same principle is reiterated with more emphasis, and which put the minds of private credit same spirit. Bond issue"' inevitable restiltifrom-Government boiW lucrative inv woul'' you all I promised has prevented me for a long time from seeing the money question in its true light I believe you will admit that should free silver prevail and the mints be thrown open, any dollars I might pay you on what I owe you would at least pay your taxes, also any debts yo;i may owe and to that extent at least what I paid you would be to you 100 cents on every dollar paid." The first speaker said, "I will admit to the extent you refer. I would not be injured; but what would be the result as to the residue? It would take nothing like the amount you owe me to pay my taxes and the few debts I owe, but when I wanted to invest it I could not buy half with it I can now." Speaker Ko. 2 said, "I agree with you that you could not invest your money under free coinage to the advantage that you can now in property, but if you desired to loan the residue, I believe you could loan it at the same or a greater rate of interest than I have been paying you, but you are perfectly familiar with paid. Tf tt. hard io do justice-i- their FASTEST n a Tvrrca' RACE rtw BECK II DEMOCRAT? jOiVT $T0P TOBACCO.'r .r audacity in temperate lantruajre: I RECORD. irii J In " 14 rH" iai rH iai rir- fc I rr n, rp Ki ,ii ial n II.J That would not bo a hard, question hardly think I am equal to tho task, sislRfNpR-v howov-e- r m$" mm " Mmii mhi -" -- sitm stalfor any Kontuckian to decide. Ev- and will not attempt it. I can, .John " ) How to Cnre Yourself WJiilc Usins :It. , got tho .facts before the people." lion, It. Gentnythe great pacing ery one knows that Senator Beck in a race at Fleetwood Park, New Is never done, and It Is especially tobacco habit grows on a man unThe was the highest type of a Democrat, York, on the 2nd, beat Robert J , Frank wearisome to those whoao blood Is his nervous system is seriously affect1 ";".g3rJj 1 next to Henry Clay, ho was tho In speaking of bondholders he says: Agnu and Star Pointer, though to do so impure and unfit properly to tone, sus- til impairing health, comfort and happiP that, j ed, "But I would require them to take he line! to go the fastest harness race on tain, and renew the wasting oi "great commoner" of Kentucky, that J ant" tissue. It is more because ot ness- To quit suddenly is too severe a he himself worked his way up from the same coins, both.gold and silver, record. Gentry's victory was unexpectthat all other creditors of tho Gov- ed. Robert J. has beaten hira many this condition ot the blood that women shock to the system, as tobacco to any among tho masses and that he was vetcrate user becomes a stimulant that ernment receive. I shall oppose the times of late. In the first two heats arorui down, always their friend. When this great grant Tired, Weak, Nervous, his system continually craves. or recognition of any suporior Gentry got Democrat made his famous speech rights the worst of start, is a scientific cure for the tobacco or privileges in them or in the Robert J. broke both times the the but Than because of the work Itself. Every I January, 1886, the Courier-Journat physician says so, and that the only remWm habit, in all its forms, carefully comobligations they- hold over those of r-did not denounce him as an anarchand then Gentry beat Agan edy is in building up by taking' a good pounded after the formula of an eminent citizens. I ist; they treated him as a great other politics and would divorceofthem out.. The last heat was the best. The nerve tonic, blood purifier and vttalizer Rerliu physician who has used it in his i. ijjyjj JGL u" AVkvvv-- mtfi.l'St.l r deprive them pow TM" ,W w. ESl' statesman. They placed brilliant from three got away on even terms, which like Hood's Ssrsapnril'a. For the troubles private practice since 1S72, without a to Women at change of season, and favorable headlines over his or to control or influenco legislation tiiey held until the stretch, when Gentry Peculiar or1 life, or resulting from hard failure climnte by contracting or by expanding or was given Ci.ti x It is purely vegetable aitd guarspeech and endea with the expresgjaj his head and came like au work, nervousness, and impure blood, anteed perfectly harnjlcss Yon can use by threatening to interfere with our sion. "The issue squarely made." Geers, behind Robert J., made thousands have found relief and cure in all the tobacco you want while takiim currency, as was done when they arrow. a splendid drive, butat the finish Gentry That is what the Courier-Journ." obtained President Hayes' veto on a was a It will notify you when thought then; they Beem to think iioso ahead of the others. The you stop. We give a written guarantee memerable occasion." differently now. Let us examine times were 2:03i. 2:03J.and 2:03t. to cure permanently any case with three that speech ; because It is a remarkboxes, or refund the money with 10 per A careful perusal of the speech able one to have been made by a DUTY OF MILLIONAIRES. cent, interest i" is nota subfrom which these excerpts aro made Democrat under a Democratic ad- convinces one j) stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures that the gold standard ministration. In the beginning ho Democrats, as The democratic forms of onr life bring The One True Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle. without the aid of will power and with charged by Senator -Prep: red only by C I. Hood ; Co, Lowell, Mass. declares war on tho financial policy .- - -were drifting away from true the rich and the poor into t lie closet con.no inconvenience. It leaves the system rttKand gold standard tendency, as out- Beck, are the only pills to take as pure and free from nicotine as the tact. Though extremes of wealth tlOOCl S Democracy ten IIS with Hood's Sarsiiywilla. lined and begun by president Cleve- been drifting years ago and have and poverty, of the reckless display and bitday you took 3our first chew or smoke. further away ever land. He evidently did not think IfftliMfSJ BITHirSfTHJB rSiai (MmiiipJIii since, until now they are willing to ter want, may be no more striking than CUKED BV DACO CUKO AND GAINED TIIIKTY them Democratic. Ho further brings over-rid- e McKINLEY'S PKAYER. rlMfSMjJ SjSian EUrl! rljarftlli tfi frtil tho will of the people and elsewhere, they are set face to face ind into prominence the very question rOUNDS. to set aside tho decision of tho ma- forced upon every man's attention. and the very side of it that the main Our Father who art in England, we & From hundreds of testimonials, the plank of tho present Democratic jority at Chicago, thus striking down The cardinal doctrine of socialism that come to Thee in humble attitude, ia platform does. All through his the most vital principle underlying private wealth robbery of the public J realizing our own helplessness and Thine originals of which are on file and open Will the people is fearlessly preached in every great cen to inspection, the following is presented: speech we see cropping out this ar- true Democracy. follow a few false teachers? "When tre, andinyearelikethe last two or three, own great selfishness. To Thee we owe Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark., Jan 28, 1S95. gument: there is nothing wrong our all in all ; we know when-ThoEureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La with silver except with adverse leg Senator Beck said: "lean, howev- at least, it will not fail to win converts by we must git. Oh, Rothschild, er, get the facts before the people," the thousand. It cannot be effectively Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty unislation and preconcerted and OF GOODS IN TOWN. how can we in language express our warranted discrimination. The ten he evidently did not think so. He met save by the nobler reply, "Private deep regard for thee; in humble repent years I used tobacco in all its forms. For years of that time I was a years that have elasped since Mr. evidently believed that the people, wealth is a eacred trust for the public auce we bow our knee to thy golden calf twenty-fiv- e great speech serve when once informed as to the nature Rood." Some shrewd and successful and ask for forgiveness in not beirg ablu grat sufferer from general debility and Breck made that of a great wrong, men see this already. It was a manuheart disease. For fifteen years I tried to prove tho wisdom of his decided and cause would right that wrong. The facturer and a millionaire who said, 'The to more speedily satisfy thy greediness, to quit, but couldn't I took various stand against the financial policy of issue which " Senator time is fast coming in this country when but thou knoweth we are faithful; that remedies, among others Cleveland and to emphasise the great Beck outlined ten years ago, a man who dies possessed of millions we ae true, hut the masses are against "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Doubsoundness ot his judgement. The us and when we implore them for thy le Chloride of Gold," etc., etc, but none -following excerpts from that speech is now squarely placed before the will die disgraced." Yet bow few ever sake they say damn ST-ZTTelisten seriously to those words, and to people for the first time. You can of them did me the least hit of good. Sshow how "the issue was squarely We are in thy service. Our body and right the wrong in November by the example which has multiplied a Finally, however, I purchased a box of made" by Senator Beck ten years hundredfold their force. It is'an except- soul are thine, and we are truly grieved your voting for Bryan and SewalL " and it has entirely ago. THE GREATEST VARIETY OF ed maxim, even among the men of great that the sinners known as tho masses cured me of the habit in all its forms, Y. njin' hao I I i d w ;. j ir - i omarrs ork li nerve-mua- C y I I I I I ! ..-! m I I I T, . - r -- r- -. S &---- S w s - e) r, -- H K V B m -- pn W - (q '15aco-Cur- o" al three-quarter- s, - jbj - ) thi VI m m. H' w I I r-- L. al Hood's Sarsapariila fl to-d- "Baco-Curo- m mm Mi WW m - "Bacc-Cun- sKlSSip m s: nthin "No-To-Bac- ," 1 CTE3 "Baco-Curo- BECK'S wealth, who account themselves most liberal, the founders of universities, libraries, or hospitals, "Never touch your principal." Many a kindly merchant shakes his head when told that the president of a metropolitan university has sacrificed a goodly share of his private fortune to erect a building which shall cnternalize his father's name and be the central hall in the great centre of eduAnd yet, cation for ages to come. what better use do they suppose their sons will make hoards which they are shortening their days to pile a little hjgiier? Williams Cranston Lawton, in October Lippiucott's. of-tli- .saved. IDIRY" ....-Possib- - sB -- iron-cla- d, e MRS 47-2- I FLORA. PILLS t three-fourt- hs -- jtt. g f f " iNlllIlPi'S (MfStWiS &jz& VteJ -- t; Your attention is requested. in mind that Elder began busim- smallest stock m town noY has the largest. irr-Q-sr. w CREAM - L I 1 t - iiln-eaac- BAKING POWMR Insr-nlt- y -- ft'KltV-JGOI- l. rPlflt llt:T tSSASw3S3,3, iPiBii -- Are dis-tro- You The exact thing for j'our rMiff 03 SK d ten-don- cy Afraid WHEAT DRILLS, A T-L- A resi'-natio- n HARROWS, HOLLERS, Bryan and Sewafl "Silver versus GolcL" HARDWARE, TINWARE. Shackelford 11 1" Sentry, nr9 environ-inenisar- two-thir- ds two-thir- ds GREEN CLAY Y--A T-L- A --. I HUH. ----- 'ill" SiBS 111 r3! U ILl III II nil 111 Ij ii d advance. v- -- List of Letters. laurel-wreat- h, so-call-ed Campaign Edition; THE to-d- ay I &. - lo-g- So-call- -- a jasper, gSJgjL SSSmvKkS P M w a tr h rs B96ST IfgS Lffl ' . w i t JEWELRY. "" ?-. ! -- bond-holde- rs ... 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Azbill A Frankfort special discloses a aro speding their surplus time in dark plot: Colorado climbing the Rockies. It is reported here that Hon. E. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23- - 1890 Tlipy tackled Piko's Peak, one day Tutt Burnam, Representative 'ast week, and ascended 500 feet. Madison county, and supposed-to-b- e from Asbill tired, liut Collins could have Deputy Insurance Commissioner, See Elder's new ad. gone to the top. Thoy are improving will leave his placo in the CommisIrvine Baptist Association at physically and hope to return per- sioner's office about October 1, spendPanola, this week. fectly restored. ing a month canvassing for his The Daughters of the Confederbrotller in his race for Appellate Dr Bogie To De Married. acy have applied for a charter. Dr. M. A. Bogie will bo married Judge, and remaining out of tho Mrs. Lew Baldwin's houso in this morning at 8 o'clock to Mrs. ofllco till after the extra legislative yicholasville burned, last weak. E. M. Morse, at 907 Forest avenue, session, in which ho will be a leader on the Republican side of tho Houso. See notice to creditors of Whar- by Rev. Dr. Richardson. Thoy will Then there will bo no longer any ton & George and of M. F. "Wharton. take a short trip of about three or reason why ho should not resign his four days, leaving on an early Kev.Itoddy closed his meeting at the morning train. Dr. Bogie is one of legislative seat, and bo regularly apWaco Biptist church with five addi- Kansas City's most prominent phy- pointed to tho incompatible position, tions. sicians, ami Mrs. Morse.a prominent which ho has been filling nevertheless for several months past. Deputy Revenue Collector Aus- educator of this city. Kansas City tin advertises a copper still in to- Journal. Leonard Cook a Wonder. CLIMAX. Mcmntain.Cllmb-ng- On the Raging Stump. J Ll 'A Saw-Mi- ll in Town. Stevens came, up from .Boouese last week, and brougltta p l. J3.e set it up at the R. N. I. & B. Depot and is novr sawing walnut logs into plank. This method saves tho shipping of Tbark, slabs, and other wasto than, eventually havo to bo disposed of. The plank goes East. A few poplar logs will be sawt d. If you have a favorite shade tree about your premises that has! died, carry tho logs to Stevens and ! will saw them into stuff the desired dimensions, and you can have a bed, a cubboard, a side Jjoard, dresser, or some other articlo of furniture' mado that will preserve your favorite old tree to succeeding generations. or-fab- lo J iiur& I 3 I rmn 1 f saw-mil- i 'u) jW o J. O. Oliennnlr. ! pK Ibs H 1 T y s- u - II iJShA jfyiMjyip n MsaJ I , finis w n .sPiHifl arrHiiarfiiJsr . . in j. ft J HH I Sfc I rt"Ll rrn fxfJ Iwl m Ip&JlipIlIplJsffTiarrtin ?HJ EJjEnHUrlnBTr . . . RlJESraSfrUfrHJa . CLOSING. OUT SALE AT frMMJfUMlspi fSiB i-- Speaking F&C? ' o Sffl -- v tii irn 11 tn in ilium W. A. Stott's, Sr.V vl , and Joe Sallee sick w v. Stapp still sick. v Evangelist Combs has a protacted meeting at Salem. T mmif,tr m m, WW-i-jl- ri73 w9 mawmr is'ik )z ..'vtm m mii Xt -- rs. tmi jsamsritmm ftBEm W&MamZWm mfrMmmmj WMWWKL lip! at) is r?Jt2J FIRE:: STORE. ENTIRE STOCK OF ra ISlCf frHJa frHIS VALEEY VIEW. it day's Climax. Rev. Roddy eloped his meeting at the Waco Baptist Church with ii additions. Th cold Wave Saturday oven-- it ' brought out the overcoats and started the fires. Registration Day next Tuosday October Gth, and don't you target to register. Abill the liveryman, bought of Maupin. near Kingston, a snow-whivt-.lte Speaking. There will be spewing during the week for the caws of the people at the following points: Thursday night, at Silver Creek, John C. Cliennult. Friday night, at Wythe Schoolhouse, P. II. Sullivan. Saturday night, at Harry Wilkes Park, W. W. Combs. Saturrday night, at Valley View--, P. The Blue Grass Region is getting to bo very prolfic in hypnotists and mind readers, men who manifest, a very strange and mysterious power. The Cincinnati papers have lately been full of the wonderful tricks performed by Thomas J. Ready; and wo have with us Prof. Boone, who will bury a man and allow him to remain underground for three days finally bringing him out alive and to-d- ay II. Sullivan. Juror and Witness Claims. 'i.ir-- Saturdaj . 54 cattle, average 1,500 and .1 r, at 4 cents, or f8,400. The State Grand Lodge, Knight's .' Pythias, had a reproentative fr..m Richmond at the 'Covington with blue spots. Paul Noble weighed to "Wiehl, o The Auditor and Treasurer think it would bo a good idea for Circuit Judges to announce from the bench that all witness, juror and other such claims made against the State after the first of last July are being paid in cash and in full by the State. t. -- in lnt week. Othorwiso, they think, the witnesses Brick" Rice ha had a sort of and jurors now serving their respectIn w look about him for a day ive courts may go on inadvertantly r two itS a girl. selling their claims at a big discount Alf Williams has a two dollar to claim shavers. Frankfort Capital. he says is a foremIt coin, which silver the country Successful Meeting Closed. runner of the free Rev. Jesse Caldwell's protracted - .turn to have. meeting at Antioch, on Tate's Creek, A barbecue is in the near future, closed with fifty-fiv- e additions. a committee of arrangements has Would have been a greater number, In ii appointed, and by next issue had he continued. The name of this popular young lull particulars will be given. minister has been misspelled so often Mis Lucy Brandonborg, has by correspondents and other.s that d from Lexington and is now recognize- in him a grandl i to receive orders at Capt. Bal- - few people son of that corner of Third 'and North mi C. Caldwell, some years deceased. His father ib Robert Caldwell whoc W. I). Ham, representing Stuck- - wife was a Cobb of Estill countv. nh hirt makers, and mon'.s fine Silver f l'uisiMrs, Cincinnati, is hero and Has captured the great State of New i!Im1'Ii a house for the transac-- i York. They have been reading that ii of business in that line. ildi-reire-Tti- I . r. k ii. V. Walker of Chinquapin 1. itT Jackson County, was in Rich- ii stcrday onroute to Beaver ml church on Paint Lick of which pastor. Ho stopped with Mr. i: ii. in Scrivner while here. L. !l X. round trip, Sunday, to mm liinati on regular trains nr here at 3 19 a. m.. ar- ng at Cincinnati 7 00 a. in., re- uriiuig leave Cincinnati 7 55 p. m. It . I i convincing little book of less than 100 pages entitled "Silver, the Money of the Common People. "Don't take what other men say. but study for j ourselves." Willi im. J well; but perhaps the most promising performer of this kind in the State is Mr. Leonard Cook of "Winchester. Mr. Cook can perform all the stock "tricks" that aro used by hypnotists to amuse audiences and perform them as good as tho best, but more than that, ho has made a close and scientific study of hypnotism and its allied branches, and his knowledge of theory is not surpassed by anyone in the West. Mr. Cook is a young man, still in the early twenties, is the son of a rich hardware merchant in Winchester, and consequently has never scr iouly considered going on the stage and making of his darling science a marketable commodity. His friends have urged him to do so, and it is asserted by those who know, that if he should go on the stage he would take front rank im mediately among the best in the land. Mr. Cook ha several times in parlors jmd storerooms here in Lexington for the" entertainment of his friends and already there are many in this city who have seen and heard of his wonderful powers. Mr. Cook's modesty is only equaled by his power. He is in the city and will witness Prof. Boone's feat of burying a man for three days. His friends have lately been very urgent that he should go on the stage, where fortune and fame surely await him. Lexington Leader. Cook is a native of Richmond. exphnHcti-mVlMHVeT- S to-d- ay Baldwin-Shanks. Bro. "Williams is holding a protracted meeting at Bethel Christian church. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Pickering, of Pineville, spent a few days with the family of J. M. Asher last week. Confederate Soldier's Reunion. II, H. Poston, wife and child, have reAt n meeting of tho Eighth Jven-tucCavalry, C. S. A., held. In the turned from a two weeks visit with the county judges office at tho court formers father at Patriot, Ind. house, Lexington, Monday, Sept. 14, Wharton & George, merchants, have to provide ways and means to fiecure made an assignment to Henry the history and roster of tho above George. cavalry and hold a social reunion of T o juthern Lumber Company have old comrades, the following wore ! , oown for an indefinite time. present: Cicero Coleman, T. "W. 1. M. Asher, manager for C. A. Nicola, Chilosburg; B. H . Young, who was having timber sawed in the s; Louisville; George Sweo.ney, mill of M. F. Whorton, has shut down, G. B. Taylor, Nicliolasville; being out of logs. S. G. Sharp, "Vm. Fallen 31, C. C. 0. T. Super's mill, on the Jessamine Chinn, Joseph Lane, Lexfcngton. It was decided that tho first reunion bo county side, is the only mill at this place that is running. He ia for free silver. held at Nicholasvillo, October n sound money (McKin-ley- ) on By-laThe following committee club has been organized here. They and Constitution were appointed and requested to report at the next meet- are preparing to raise a"McKiuley pole." ing: Cicero Coleman, B. H. Young The Louisviilo Times and other papers and S. O. Sharp. Committee to ar- have stated that a McKinley club had range for the reunion: James Sprake, been organized here with 40 standard A. C. Stephens, S. . Sharp, Lexing- Democrats affiliating. It happened that ton; Virgio Lewis, Bagdad; C. S. your correspondent waa present at the Weakley. Shelbyville; Win. Stipp, first meeting and has as good right to Avon; Joseph Scott, Mt. Sterling; know the proceedings of said meeting as H.M.Taylor, Carlisle; G. S. Swin-ne- y, any member of said club. Total numVersailes. Other names will bo ber of members enrolled was 18, 26 of added to the committee as soon as whom were colored men and seven the members of tho various compa- Democrats? After some preliminary ky Mc-Can- n, Vor-saile- 21-2- 2. Anon-partisa- With nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, andis everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that itis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputahle druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is roost largely used and gives most general satisfaction. pur-chase, well-inform- Gladness Comes understanding of the a better TtJta ll&13M1$ftfft wsS? iX ti cXcal A & ! "SSivisJ'st "aol cSJvA.'wi. vs & WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT FIRE PRICES I AMIT T T&AUI ft f&fiMftlFhSk sji I T?im if1 siSJ frHJS EfrHl f"N"T J JC3.i wJ OEZLxTS- I y TW -- I I I KTY2i- LN1 Men's Pants Any Price L Boys' and Children's Knee Suits 50 conts. Youths' Suits almost given away. Men's Suits Any Price. ip 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 ZBCfTET.. gO 1tfFVtfrlI?Vt TtCIark's 0. SSlgVS7fSJ Ladies' Dress Goods, all kinds, very cheap. Percale shirt waists 25c. all sizes. Ladies' wraps, all prices. Ladies' hose, 5c. up. Children's hose, two pair, 5c. i'&'VW'V'WW Suspenders, 5c; Handkerchiefs, 5c. N. T. Spool Cotton, 3 spools, 10c. japj mm I sr, MEM'S Shirts, 25c; FURNISHINGS. Socks, 5c; IS ffilBl SfTrli Eats Very pB) Bjjl Cheap. Ladies' Trimmed Hats to close out MIIsIslNERYl ciffiiiiiiiii!:! G-- THE MODEEIT M0T2EH RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS CHEAP- 50G - sjjl ajjg Has fount her little ones are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedy than by any other, and that is more acceptable to them. Chillocal proceedings, Mr. G. A. Roy was elected dren enjoy it and it benefits tl em. The nies are heard from. committee will be appointed by tho president and I M. Asher secretary. Mr-- true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufac A. Roy made a few remarks in which lured by the California Fig Syrup Comsecretary, Geo. B. Taylor, and B. H. Our people should feel he said that thev met for the purpose of pany only. Young. IS 16 proud of the honor accorded Nicho-lasvll- le educating themselves on the financial Dongola, on the Nile, has lallen into in the selection of this place question and whether we are to pay our hands in fifty ccntdollarp or the kind of tho hands of tho British and it is beto hold the first reunion, and those who will be money like we aro at present paying you. lieved that the Egyptian war will soon of the ohovoOCCaSton, aro After studying the primer of the A. B. C. be over. us with HEMY KLEIN J. C. MILLER, MANAGER, 14 CM.SHEARER, SALESMAN, 210 Main St., Richmond, Ky. I SOU, ea rtu Trunks, Valises and Telescopes. IrHiS EffHJ !! .x ljjgjpjljpip jit. jacou MjrMjralllpIfiinpl - SET 17 TO HIS MOSfHBl&l&ER- Y0X7 MAY NEVER BE WEALTHY. For w:y- - Sale or Rett, assured of a hearty welcome. Journal. onthe U. Bkyax-Mai- l at once, one dime and a two cent stamp, or twelve cents iu stamps, and we v. ill send copy. U. H. Hayes.' Publishing Co., 297 Postal Telegraph Building, New York. Caught In The Northwest. i i i mg here o-day I 11 48 p. m. $1.00 round A St. 11 !M.. i' 1 1 -- t i'm that man of enterprise nerve, E. V. Elder, has a column in the Climax. He began with smallest stock in town, only sev- ar ago. Now he has thelarg- Mr. A. 1). Flora has charge of nillinorv. Cattle at ML Sterling. 1,501) 1 nun to 2,000 cattle on the M. in J irk't at $3.0 Sterling, Monday. 'tiros to 3.40. Nice Ones. Paul, Minn, dispatch of Sept. .losoph Williams, ofMotley, Minn., is in this city under arrest for shooting his brother-in-laJohn Col, in lCstill county, Ky., four years ago. Requisition papers were presented to Gov. dough today by Sheriff Harris, of Irvine, who has Williams, securing $300, which vva.s paid. Williams alleges that the present arrest is the result of a conspiracy between Cole and the Sheriff, and he will resist a requisisr.j'fc.: w, tion. I Circuit Court. Mrs. Elkani Pigg, near "Union City, - -- old to C. E. Black, 27 hogs that The Court has been occupied ever Price $2.8". since Friday with the case of Fayiv r.rji d 331 pounds. Mr Black says they are the smooth- - ette Miller's widow and heirs against -- i h lias bought this year. the National Fraternal Union. About a- Speaking at Ford. Hon. A T. Chonault and City to P. H.Sullivan will t.iru ll Bryan Democratic Club at Ford At-spe- ak -- ii 'lit. Turn out and hear the al truth. Died in Jessamine. ' Fain, wife of Rad. died at her home in Jessamine n.t on "Wednesday, Soptoinber of tjpboid fever. She leaves a itiand and three small children. Mrs. Ivouisa 1 January, a policy of $5,0(X) was taken out on the life of Fayette Miller who resided three miles north of town. He died soon thereafter. Tlie company refu.-e- d to pay the policy. Breck and J. A. Sullivan for plaintiffs. Smith and Moberlcy for the defendants. About forty witnesses. Verdict may bo expected Ca-pertto-da- y. i Peaches and Snow. Pulled. seven indicted for as-iU iqioii Itev. McMuiray near Big Hi t, Bart Haley, John Jackson an! II. Creekmoore have been arrested and ax under bond. The others have not iit't-found. if k. u the Al the Baptist Church. Carter Helm Jons, of Louis-vi- ll continues his interesting ser-i- - of sermons at the Baptist Church t 'us place. He is a powerful speaker, .mil carries conviction with him. Go and hear nim. Ri- . Saturday evening's sudden change in temperature producing slight frot in favorable localities, while an abundance of poaches are yet on the trees, set Capt. Billy Smith to ruminating in hirt etensive patch of old time fa ts for' something like it. He recalls that OTi years ago ho pulled large, lueious peaches from the trees that were bent to the ground with buow. Thoy were a long pointed peach resembling tho white walnut in shape. Tiie leaves were pointed like peach. He Inus never seen any like them. Surgery. Like a Hash of lightning from a clear sky came the dispatch to Mr. S. II. Shanks yesterday as follows: Miss Lena Baldwin and 1 were married at the homo of her parents last night'. Will bo home Friday. W. H. Shanks. On reading the dispatch the old gentleman seemed very much gratified, as indeed he should be lor his new daughter is a lovely woman in every rospect, being possessed of great personal charms besides a bright and highly cultivated mind. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baldwin, of Maidson, her father beinaprominontand wealthy farmer. Her father is a cousin of Mrs. J. J. AIcRohcrts, of this place, and she Ims been with her for several weeks. Wednesday .she went up home on some excuso saying she would be back yesterday, but Will met her en route and she decided to to return with wait until him as his bonnie bride. "While he has won a treasure, she has gained a model young man for a husband, for he is exemplary in habits, popular in society and of high standing in business. From our observations of bth wo are sure that the match is an excellent one and that it will prove a happy consummation of their hopes. Maj- - earth's fullest joys be ever theirs and when they have climbed tho hill of life together and rest at the foot on the other side may it be in sweetest peace and undying love. Stanford Journal. It is a big thing to say but nevertheless true, that a great multitude of people have crowned Simmons Liver Regulator, tho "Kins of Liver Medicines." -Tiiere .is nothing "Sks it forM?!aria. w Rhematism, Chills and Fever, Constipa n Sound-mone- y "Valley View S3 to you, gentlemen, hope-en- j; tion. Billiousness, Sick Headache, Indidub. Here's you may cast your vote for the uon gestion and all tioubles arising from a Mrs. J. H. Kennedy tis visiting an political candidate for president when a sluggish or diseased liver. Simmons Livcounty. Garrard er Regulator is the prevention and cure convention nominates him. Mrs. D. C. Cosby visited in Fayette j tor tLese ailments. The J. G. Burrus free silver Democounty last week. cratic club met at the Miller school-hous- e When wear begins to exceed repair in Miss Annie McKec has returned, to last Saturday niht and was ad- your body you are going to fall sick, The Loretto Academy. dressed by the president, Dr. R North-cut- t, signs of it are: loss of flesh, paleness, Mr. John R. Gibson has returned fra-who, in his U3ual style, gave the weakness, nervonsuess, etc. The repair the boundless West. members the clearest conception of needed is food. You think jou eat Prof. C. P. "Williamson, of Atlanta, American finance that I ever heard. It enough, and yet you feel that you wear was here last week. was an oratoricaloutburst that will stand out more nerve-tissuenemy, nerve-forc-e, Ir by the members with utterance from Mr. V. P. Smith, attorney-at-lathan your food makes lor you. The Jefferson, Jackson and Lincoln. When difficulty is that vine, was here yesterday. do not digest enough. he said in substance that by the aid of And this is so serious it is worth sitting Mr. J. B. Ashcraft, of Irvine, is money pow er England is conquering us down seriously to think about. If you the week in Richmond. with her money where it could never can't digest what jou eat, take a Mr. C B. Todd, of Clark, formerly of conquer with its muskets, he touched of Shaker Digestive Cordial. The this place, was here yesterday. the vital nerve of American life and effect of it will be to increase your flesh MrTalid Mrs. W. K. Denny, of Old made it tingle with pain. Now let the and make you feel stionger. You won't Paint Lick, were here last week. gold bug' set up a fresh howl in this fall sick. Proof that it is in control Miss Florence Barlow is back ia neck of the woods; we like to hear it of your repair apparatus. It's easy Richmond after a long absence. howl, and the louder it howls the more enough to test this for yourself. Take a Dr. It May Phelps has gone to Chica- we know it is hurt. After the speaking few bottles of Shaker Digestive Cordial. twenty six new names were enrolled, go to continue his studies in nedicine. Sold by druggists at 10 cents to $1.00 Leer, of Nicholsrsville, are making a total of one hundred and per bottle. The Misses twenty members. visiting Mrs. Jessee Cobb, near Wano. Pure Blood is the safeguard of health. J. W. Masters is building a new house Mr. J. D. Mitchell, of Richmond, was Keep your blood pure, rich and full of here. in the city Monday. Beatty villo Entervitality by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla Mrs. J. W. Masters returned Monday prise. and you will not need to fear the atSeveral of the Harrison relatives from from a stay of ten days with relatives at tacks of disease. Indiana are visiting Mrs. ballio Ray-bur- Irvine. N How A Wouan raid Her llebls. Nlch-olasvi- lle catecbisni H1 tlie"financial question" PERSONALS from A to Z and solving a. complete pioblem in a few moments after meeting for the purpose of "studying and educating ourselves on tho financial question" they essayed to call themselves the Non-partisa- jMiieuseu, who is in me em-- y' ploy of the Chicago Lumber Co-- , at Des Moines, Iowa, says: "I have just sent some medicine back to my mother in the old country, that I know Jfrom personal use to b3 the best mediciae in the world fQ.rihe.umatism..lt!iviHu used it in my family for several years. It is ca'.!"d Chamberlain's Pain Baltn. It always dots the worlc. 50 cents per bottle, for salo by Hagan's Pharmacy. lm Pure blood is the safeguard of health. Keep your blood pare, rich and full o utility by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.f and you w ill not need to fear the at212 tacks of disease. . J: a. But you can be healthy. Constipa- ,. .... (3iso,SM , . of no My residence and of land in Violent cathartics may grass. of fit Vniity. West Main striet, Richmond. relieve N. Tlley wil1 never cure-Wh15 11. Hi C ;" Wright's Celery Capyou " They cure constipation. Sick sules. ITpai1ni-hi- . Liver and Kidney trouble. Whyi1 ' ..,,. uTTiPflflUB W H less ' U pi 11MB HI :"N-- II W 8 I 0 stitution..ih d listrict Republicans opptavS, i V Englemau & Co., at K. day or 11 weeks' ii enny for Congress, tim & 2s. di pot, Richmond. teed by bankable paper iu etIect Dennv er busintu,, ef, Mutton and Pork. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. l 17 t'vv. aPrices .Low. Cash. Pronij J. yted. Horace Woods, sent lo the Peniten- Your patron -- vtiary a year ago for manslaughter in GarVHJ lt e, u e few-dose- s n. Messrs. L. Schlegel and G. B. Tnrley have gone ou their semiannual iishing STOCK SALES IN LINCOLN. expedition. Mrs. Snears. of Jeesaniiue county, is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Turley and Mrs. Covington. Mrs. Belle McDowell has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Hanger,at Staunton, Ya. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams, of Irvine, came through Richmond last w eek, going to Jessanune on a visit. Squire J. F. Engle, of College Hill, returned yesterday from Cincinnati, where he had been on the.stock market, Mifs Anna S. Phelps, daughter of Mr. The many Danville friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phelps, has goneto HamW. H. Shanks, the woll-know- n ilton College, Lexington, to study a young Stanford merchant, will be year. Change at Red House. bought a half interest in the general store of Jamos Dozier. Tn firm then bought the stock of O. Taylor. Boggs & Dozier are now t only merchants at the growing t wn of Red House. Br 11 Boggs Died at Boonesborough. h, Miss Eva Bentley, daughter of ii orge Bentley, died at Boonesbo-rouon Saturday, September 10th, f consumption, aged probably 20 Mars. Had beon sick two years. B'ined at Lisle burying ground. KsCreary To-Ni- W dnesday, at 7 30 o'clock, instead of Thursday night and by invitation T..o Bryan & Sewall Democratic lu'i of Picnmond will hold its regular meeting this wook, Hon. James B, McCreary will dress thotdub. Lost. ad- Wagers shipped five cars of hogs Saturday for which ho paid $2.73 and $2.80. He lost f 12 on the car. Brose Wagers who took the hogs down, mate was unconscious. Dr. Gibson waa sijs Cincinnati parties aro offering called and then Dr. Po3'ntz. At 4 o'clock to sell hogs at $2.25. he died. A postmortem was held and his trouble pronounced congestion of Or. Young Returned to Richmond. lungs. A telegram from tho State Meth- the at 10.30. Funeral odist Conference at Somerset states Charley White was 11 years old, a son that Rov. G. W. Young, D. D., has of R. X. White, dece.udfcaud brother to Richmond and Mrs. Lizzie Fant, of South Carolina, Providence. Also that the presid to JJiller, deceased, ing Elder of this District has been and Mrs. William the mother of Richard White Miller, retained. This is good news. this plaee, and Mrs. Megowau, of South Caraer Friday Night. He was never married. Carolina. to Mayor John E. Garner, of "Win- Leaves considerable property, chester. ly invitation, will speak to $00,000, Uie Register printing office bethe Democrats"bf Richmond, and vi- ing a part. He took out a life policy cinity at the court house on Friday last January for $10,000 in tho Jethcr-lar.dHe had owned tho Jtegifiter only night at 7: 30 o'clock. He is a hum-ori- ft keeps six iuonths, and died jast eleven iiioaths of wide dimensions and you luaghiug along with tbe think- after lii8prcia'eceor,.pM.'; Green. ! excejjuirvlj qnietnwn ing that is necessary tokfeep"up with ceased was if any. Go hear him, him. to-da- y -lR-e- ii received returns, yester-'t;a..(u- i'I Bill Burnam is better. In fact he was relieved within a few hours. He fell down stairs and thought ho had broken an arm. A mischievous doctor gave "William an anesthetic, and while under the influence of it, bound up the arm with sticks of stovewood, tightly wrapped with a ropo plow-lin- e. Over all this, ho wrapped a cloth and when William awoke sent him forth. Six hours later or about midnight, William sought relief ai a drugstore, where ho was relieved of The Climax heartily endorses all enough wood for breakfast, and the Journal says of the bride. She enough rope for a season's plowing. is one of Madison's most attractive young ladies, and Mr. Shanks could Xot a bone was broken. have travelled the world over and not suited himself any better. She Suddcn Death of the Register Proprietor. Charles F. White was at the riesby-teria- n was educated at Glendalo, Ohio. church Sunday night. Soon there- The surprise was as great hero as at after he was found prostrated in the yard Stanford. The minister was Rev. of Sirs. II. L. White, on Second street, "W. F. Smith of tho Christian Cuhrch. where he boarded. He was assisted lo The couplo arrived on tho evening his room by Mr. Louis Booker, and train from Stanford, and while she having been furnished with a tub of hot conversed a few minutes with friends, water, was left alone, he saying that he he sought Mr. W. L. Arnold and they would soon be himself again. About 2 secured the license and the minister. o'clock in the morning Mr. N V. While, Driving out to Mr. Baldwin's, tho who occupied the same room, heard family was awakened and the wedheavy breathing and lound tlmtliis room- ding took place within a few minutes. anj'-bod- surprised to hear of his unexpected marriage yesterday with Miss Lena Baldwin, daughter of T. E. Baldwin, a wealthy Madison county farmer. The young lady had been visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. J. McRoberts, at Stanford, for several weeks and Wednesday morning started for home, accompanied by Mr. Shanks. Wednesday night they were married. Miss Baldwin's family knew nothing of her intentions until an hour before the ceremony was pronounced, and Mr. Shanks' father was in ignoranco of it until notified by wire yesterday morning. The bride is said to be a y very lovely character, and if in the world deserves such a good fortune, it is "Will Shanks. Danville Advocate. MissKittie Turner, of Cincinnati, daughter of Geo. E. Turner, formerly , of.tbis-pl'iceIs visiting Mrs. Esom Burgin. Mr. J. H. Frazier, attorney-at-laWhitesburg, and wife and brother, are usiting Mr. nndJMrs. H. C. Hargis. The ladies are Bisters. Mrs. Martha Maupin, of Lexington, after spending the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Walker Hislo and other relatives in tho county, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. K.Denny, and Mr. A. R. Denny, of Garrard county, and Mr. Wade Walker, oi Richmond, were guests this week at Mr. Isaac Pearson's. 'News. F. K. Tribble sold to J. C.Johnson of Boyle, 100 hogs averaging 222 pounds at $2.90. G. "W. Jones, of Pulaski, sold yesterday 52 two and cattle at 1 to $335. "W. R. Routen sold to J. S. Johnson, of Boyle, a bunch of heifers and steers at 2X to 3c. F. Reid sold to Simon Weihl for Lehman 52 export cattle averaging, 1500 pounds, at 4L4C Lyon & Allen bought of M. F. North 18100 pound cattlo at $3.35. They sold to T. L. Carpenter a bunch of 1,100 pound cattlo at 8)c Interior Journal. Louis H. Landman, M. D., optician, of Cincinnati, will bo at tho Hotel Glyndon on Thursday SepIt tember 25th. J three-year-old A 'ady in Lexington says: ''I am out of Uebt; and thanks to the Dish 'Washer business. In the past six weeks I have made $530.00. Every housekeeper wants a Dish Washer, aud any intelligent person can sell them with big profit to himself. The Dish Washer is lovely, you can wash and dry the family dishes in two minutes, and without wetting your hands. You can get particulars by addressing The Mound City Dish "Washer Co., St. Louis, Mo. There is big money in the business for an agent I expect to clear S4 000 the comiDg year. I need the money, w by not make it. Mks C. A Danville man bought a tremendous 6to;k of Bryan buttons for the LexingIn a recent letter to the manufacturers ton "blowout," but in his hurry forgot Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editorof the Spectin buttons and found himself in the vast Bryan crowd without a button, but tator. Rush ford X. Y. says: It may be a pleasure to know the high esteem in had plenty of them at home. which Chamberlain's medicines are held A C&ura that Churns in One Minute. by the people of your own state, w here must be known An aunt of mine, who I have been in the dairv business all resides at Djxter, Iowa, was about to mj life and have many times churned visit me a few yeara since, and before for an hour before butter would appear, leaving home wrote me, asking if they so w lieu I heard of a churn that would were sold here, stating if they were not churn in a minute, I concluded to try it. she would bring a quantity with her, Every day for a week I used it, and not as she did not like to do without them. ony could I churn in a minute, but I The medicine referred to isCharaber-laine- 's got more and bttler butter than with Cough Remedy, famous for its tint common churn. This is very cures of colds and croup; Chamberlain's information to butter makers. Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame hack, The churns work easily, and will churn pains in the sides and chest, and Cham an ordinary churning in less than CO sec- bcrlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea onds. I ha e sold three dozeu of these Remedy for bowel complaints. These eh irns in the past munth. Every but- medicines have been in constant use iu ter maker that has seen me churn in less Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. than a minute has bought one. You The people have learned that they aro can obtain all desired information articles of great worth and merit, and churn by addressing J. F. unequaled by any other. They are for Caey & Co , St. Louis, and they w ill sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. 1316 give you prompt and courteous attention. (2)" At Harrodsburga fellow was given six A Dairy Man. months in the workhouse for stealing a Democratic primaries for Congressman bushel of coal. in the 7th district, will be held Satur- rard county, has been pardoned on pe titiou of the jury. GORii OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE ItAtL BYTHE PROCESS. Corner of r -- I corn nn al Orange and Orchard streets, near the old burnt mill, in Bichmond. Custom grinding- done. Meal, Bran, Ship-stu- tl etc., on hand. mill at I have started a J.W. Rymel. MONFY TO LOAN On improved farms in Madison county, Ky., at 6 per cent, semi annual interest; no commission charged. Address Geo. "W. Davy, room 17, Kenyon Building-- Louisville, Ky. , For blank applications and other information, inquire of J. TEVIS COBB, Attorney, Richmond, Ky. Pure vinegar, II. Pigg's. i- C. old, at M. H. A 15 IS a 3g-- aKr alZmg! FREE SHYER t let yonrimmey day. 1 has been held that consumption is hereditary, and the fact that one person of a family had died with consumption was considered a sure sign lhat others of that family could not escape it. This is partly true and partly untrue. A man wi.h weak lungs is likely to transmit that weakness to his children. But there is no reason in the world why the weakness ill not disappear. Decayingtis-siie-s will be thrown off, and new material will bo added until the lungs are well and perfectly strong again. This is tho thing that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery does. This Ls w hat makes it cure 93 per cent, of all cases of consumption where it is taken according to diiections. It searches out disease germs w herever they may bo in the body and foice them out of the system. It supplies properthe blood with rich, ties. It makes the appetite good, and 1 life-givin nt Hair Restored to Natural Colcr. I have used many preparations for re storing hair to natural color, but never had satisfactory results till I used Zulu Vulier; it will restore any hair or beard to its natural color in three weeks. If it does not they return yourmoney, so yon take no risks. People who have never tried ittan get a sample package which contains enough to restore any one's hair to natural color, by sending 21 two-cestamps, to pay postage, ect., to Wilson A Co., New Concord, Ohio. The regular price is $2. 50 per package. If it docs not restore your hair to natural color, or make any color of hair dark er iu three weeks, they will return your stamps. This proposition is so fair that thousands are using it. It is harmless, but never fails. Why can't big money be made by selling Zulu Vulier from (2) house to house? nt i If you are araid to E. It loose, for fear of a depredated currency in the future, ye to D. P. ARJIEITS and put It in Diamonds, where it trill be safe, and at tu prices he is offering them, you mil be able to realize a profit on them 50--m - Har-rodsbu- rg The Rt. Rev. Bishop Burton was entertained by Dr. and Mxs. A. "Wilkes Smith at their palatial home, Westover Terrace, while in Richmond, last week. Mr. R. E. L. EiggeretafT, of the firm of Buchanan & Bigserstaff, left yesterday coursa for Detroit, to take a in embalming and purchase a fall and winter stock of goods. p06t-gadua- te LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Butter Eggs Chickens (live) Chickens (spring) Ducks (live) Cheese Lard The Pumpkins Talk. Beeswax C. S. "Wells found in a field of com, Ginseng Monday, a pumpkin, one among Wool (No 1). thousands, that bears ominous fig- Burry and Cott ures as distinct as figures could bo Green hides that toll a story of joy for the silver Dry hides people. A small part of the color is Feathers (new) . ..... ........... . .J sure to get Simmons Liver Reg ulator for your spring medicine. It's the old reliable that did the old folks so much good. Don't let anyone persuade you to take any thing else instead. Etvw's This? You can always tell Simmons Liver RegDollars Reward ulator by the Red Z on the package. We offer One Hundred Regulator for any case of Catarrh that san not be Don't forget the word Simmons Liver Regulator better than cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co. Props., Toledo, O. anything else, and sure to do you good. (3) We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and beZco Cream Maflo 07 a Now Process. lieve him perfectly honerable in all business transactions and financially able to I have an Ice Cream Freezer that will carry out any obligations made by their freeze cream instantly. The Cream is firm. put into the freezer and comes out inWest & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, stantly, smoothe and perfectly frozen. Toledo, Ohio, Walding, Kinnan & MarThis astonishes people and a crowd will vin, Wholesale Druggists Toled, Ohio. gather to see tho freezer ia operation and Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally they will all want to try the cream. You acting directly upon the blood and musell cream as fast as it can be made system. Price, 75c. can cins surfaces of the and sell freezers to many of them who per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Teswould not buy an old style freezer. It 13 1G timonials freeis really a curiosity anil you can sell Don't miss seeing those fine silver from $5 to 8 worth of cream and six to inlaid spoons at D.P. Armor's, warranted twelve freezers every day. This makes 45 for 25 veare and cheap. a good profit these hard times and is a Dr. W. C. Young, President of Cen- pleasant employment. J. F. Casey & Co., 1143 St'. Charles St., St. Louis, Ma, will ter college, Danville, is dead. ... ' send full particulars and information in Boils and pimples are due to impure regard to this new invention on applica Remove them by making tho blood. tion anu w m employ good salesman on blood puro with Hood's Sarsaparilla. salary. Robert C BE m . wr--!3 A ..HE PAYS THE FREIGHT. ,Y0D PAY FOR THE. - liEO. W. Ill LEY 1 Henoy! LCORUECTEO WCEELY. Sako it Yoursolf. 12Jc lb ..Sc doz 5ic lb 5jc lb 5c lb 10tol2Jclb ...... ........ Sic lb 20c lb $2J0c3.001b .11 to 12c lb 7 to Sc lb to 4c lb 5toGclb 32c lb Ky., Becommends Wright's Celery Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Geuts I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. L. Middelton, druggist, and nsod them foJ Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and found that they gave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours yery truly, Geo. W. Rilev. 9 Of Shelbyville, MOST IN QUANTITY. a s. , andjd-reiakbly.ir!an- yellow, or golden, the larger part being a palp green, or silver tinged. This shows that the numbers refer to Democratic majorities. Tho 33,000 evidently means Bryans majorltyin Kentucky. Tile 000 means his majority in Madison county, find tho two hundred his maforitv.in Richmond. There aro their characters that wo cannot trauslatejbr describe. Mr. Wells is satisfied Tli ainaO human, being hail never fceia the pumpkin before ife found u.i:.'r 'Vi" 4 - 3iU - BESTIN QUAUTj, HE WAS. A Pauola man writes to ask If Gov. Bradley "ever ran for any office on tho Democratic ticket." Gov Bradley was once a candidate for the Democratic; nomination .for County Attorney of Garrard. It Yas during, that canvass, eove that he'made lhat j"ouiar-blstatementr'thpE if. there as ajtrop arejin-lonned, e, verivssfuge; Has ted all WORM EEYEKY -BOTTLE-JUARASlTHfl. WHITE'S v,m FOR SO YEARS, Remodle ;h , - -- -, c er.-w: IU .- - 3f2-- z i- - mj? J3A t . : of Bei&hliclkood Jm bifjiveinjf h yrnuia Ooari en4ltilBlt10Ut. 1' ' ' i' u" - . Wr , :B Xs At.T."3lUMKH.tr - lj naiw ?Z laauMea jutecHw t Wfc tjfc I have never seen anything in the pa, pers abiiut the People's Wind Mill;- - we call it the "People's" because the inventor never patented it, but iet everybody .H. BOGGS, use it free. An3 farmer can make a 14-- 17 Richmond, Ky. mill himself, and all the material complete will not cost over S10. It is a splendiii mill, will pump the deepest wells, and may last longer than any mill Ie.-e- r had. Any person, can get diagrams and complete directions free, as I did, having- claims against ALL persons "Wharton & George are, stamps to pay by sending 18 two-cefirm of postage, etc., to E. D. Wilson A Co., hereby notified to present the claims 2 verified as required by law to the Allegbcnv, Pa. Wilson & Co. sell pumps m j Eugene McGoodwin died at Danville. undersigned at Valley View Kenand when you Ret your wind mill going There are indications that some bard tucky within tho time prescribad bywouM be glad, to sell you a pump if you fighting will soon be done in Cuba. law or the claims will be. barred. 41 SEEKERS EXCURSION need it. It is certainly useless to na aepiemrjer ia, i&wi tsablg thing to say but nevertheless lB-i- 'J nenry ijreorKe, Assume. $50 or 60 for a,wind mill, when you can f nannla flint n (yroah mnllifnlA jraake one just as good forj10. IthVnk RATES via DURLLNtiTON ROUTE. ive. crowned Simmons Liver Regulator, CllEA? 1 there could be big money jnade putting ttib "King of Hirer Medicine?." There & tjOriUSepnembor 29th, October 6th these mill3 up through the country as nl (thins: Malaria. ' Khetfiiwitis'm. " anil 20th, the Burlington .Rout will like it for j" everybody would like them., J in. aiMTFevar,- ConMipalKHi, IHlf Billows- sell3:excurion tickets At very-- low ALL persons having claims, agaiastdi 12) "cA -Reader.. . J x m.. jc;w narwn are nervuy.asa-e- d J SHjjr neaofieiie, ,!BtiifwBtKw mL all rates Jo point in IvaiHMtf.. Nebraska.i $ jK , ,r i ! - .yiwnatHre.bftldH'inayJprevimted' iii.i. J3.MK5K U.I1W . iUKt toprtaMth claims vw&Sad a VSHOi srwiuzfroat a UIM "M reqatrei tee Mv to the lliri in M'r grow pa -- neons nj- juju UH? usir mHMf w Mt YaUQs;&atiK-kriiw., Simmon Liver 5 li&. thf tkMHAk wro, UT;raw "Apr tw rctai aaujf fenKraauaref,A r ix U - nt perfect. Send 21 cents iu one-ceMrs. Casperi was given a year in stamps to World's Dispensary Medthe penitentiary by tho Danville ical Assoclatiou, Buffalo, N. Y., and Circuit Court for horse stealing the new f woman do move, Stinse Medical. Adwser" nrofuselv 1II115- . rf t treted. Before going on a sea voyage or into It The battle ship, Texas, went ashore the country, be sure and put a box of during a fog on the New England coast. Ayers Pills in your vali30. You may have occasion toltliank us for this hint. Anotnor Smart "Woman. To relieve constipation, billiousness, and nausea, Ayers Pills are the best in the 'My husband is poor but proud and ho world. They are also easy to take. dout want me to work, as I have nothing to do I get restless, and after reading iu yonr paper Mrs. Russell's experience sellingselMieatingflatirons I concluded I would try it. I wrote to J. F. Casey A Co., St. Louis, Mo., and they treated Por violation of Sections 3258. 3259 mo so nicely that I felt very much en- and 32G0, United States Revenue couraged. As soon as I got my sample Statutes, I did on June 3, 1896. near Wngersville, Estill county Ky., mm I started out, and sold 8 irons the seize one Copper Still of a capacity first day clearing $12. I havo not sold of about Go Kalians, also one copper las than 8 any day since, and one day still cap and about 25 feet of copper Any person claiming- - the so d 17. I now havo cleared $226, and worm. above described property may file ny husband does not know I have been with Chas. H. Bodes, Collector 8th working at all, lint lam afraid he will be District of Kentucky at Richmond, mad when I tell him. Ilave I done or the undersigned at Hammack, rij;ht or should I quit work and leave Ky., within 30 days from tho date hereof, a claim to said seized properhi ji to struggle alone? ty, and execute bond with good and ' Au Anxious Wife. Isiiflicient security in the sum of $250 Yon aro doing just right, j'onr hus for tne recovery of said property. If within band should be proud of you, go ahead no claim is madeproperty the prescribed time tho will be ami show the world what an. energetic advertised and sold in accordance n wuinan-caao. mat 6cn neating iron with Section 3468 of the IJnited be a wonderful seller as we hear States Revenue Toaws. 3ist many that are succeeding Eelling it. Thomas Austin-- , D. C. This 18th ."eptomber, 1896. , DRINKS. NO. 8 SECOND STREET, RICHMOND. KY. Phone.No. 3. Private Last, T mi ROTIM! WISH to sell privately my farm as a whole, or divided into three., parts. This land is very productive, ' well watered and feoreiV I Pjuss of Hodrr; Style, Containing 13 largo rooms, with wardrobes, pantries, closets and cel lar to suit; good orchard, out houses, largo barn. This residence is located l in half mile of tho city limits on pike. Convenient to schools, churches, mills, &c. In fact thotiest located farm in Madison county- for anything- and everything-- now for sale. Write for particulars, or come and see for yourself. Uig-Hil- Notice to Creditors, - I ME Notice .to Creditor -- .'.'- i- .-- " a ,ibt swwa M y mtmm"a &" '5 -- h fit p- TOLL GATE WAR. IN -- ? '- Sjr" "3 1 1r ? A CHURCHYARD. At Lone llranch, Kr., a Wholesale Shooting AfTrajr Takes l'lace. Louisyiixv, Ky., Sept 15 A wholesale shooting affray is reported to "havt f HYPNOTISM. K - KENTUCKY Tha NEWS. the 3KILLED Princeton, BY A MOj. 17. 't fot Tom ir--- 7" latest rrcur From All P&rta of Com won wraith. It Jllch. Skkgkm, Ky., ?cpt 21. Tlic largest tree in tlic Kentucky mountains can be ecn on the farm of Jaou L. U ulb, a prosperous old farmer here. The tree n as planted by Webb himself ucarly sixty 3 cars ago, and y it looks to be a mammoth poplar or walnut, nnd Mill bears a large quantity of frnlt. It "measures 10 feet around, 3 lout 7 inches through, aud is uwarU of 75 feet high. .Last year nearly 203 bushels of the finest apples were (fathered from liroln. and it has a good supply this year. On tho same farm there arc several other large apple trees, ranging in size from il to 3 feet through and .from a to Hi feet through, and a visitor nould think he had struck n deep forest. f. .S!.tcr' line. to-da- LARGE APPLE TREE. Measure Throo tret Seven Inches Tlimnsh nml Is Upwards of 73 lct The Ltitof TUrm In Washington Conntr. Kentucky, lSIoirrt Up liy lijrnnmltn. Louisville, Ky.. Sept. lit. lhoflvo remaining toll gates in Washington county were blown up by dynamite Thursday night. No toll is now being collected on any pike in the county. Kiciior.AKVii.i.K, Ky., gineer tJ. V. Worman, tji-p- 21. 'en- of Livingston, was bitten by a .p,derof tlie ortlinary fcpectcs. At first he paid no attention to the bite, thinking that It would mount to nothing serious, but uow ho is of a different opinion, lie was bitten on the .left hand and his arm is now s ollcn to tw ice its ordinary sire. It is probable that his cut re system is poisoned aud the pliysician are alarmed over his condition. Nrirton. Thinl Trial. riiAMvioirr, Ky., Sept. 2L Joe Newton has now h.nt three trials for the killing of Jeff Lucas at the Forks of Klkhorn two years ago and still he does not known his late. In the circuit court here Ills case was given to a Jury for the third time. Again the jury sp"nt several hours in deliberation, but came back into court, told the judge it could not agree and was -- Washington county has been in a turmoil for two u ccks over the turnpike matter. The trouble grew out of the effort made at last Not ember's el ction to make all turnpikes in the county free. Tho question vt as put to a vote of the people and it carried by a very large major.ty. A week ago last Saturday was set as the last day the gates would be tolerate.!, but as none were closed or rem iveiL. a hand of f01 man div'ded into squads, went into different parts of the county and cut down thirteen gatcv Two men Acrc nriestcd the Monday foliowi ig, but gave bail an I wen; releassd. Then inform ition was received tint if any more arrests were made tho town of Springfield would be burned. This alarmed the citizens, and during the past week the town hai baen heavily guarded night and day. From this the :egulators have been at work, and Thurs lay night's dynamiting ends tho matter, at least for the present. IN occurred Sunday at Long liranch, z vi lage in Martin coun-y- . According tc the reports received Adam Harmon quarreled with hi brother Henry in a churchyard during tho meeting of the .fountain Baptist association and shot lum. Friends of the two men then took up the quarrel and over IOC shots were fired. Several person vi ore wounded and it is fenrcd some ol them will die. Several oflleers were around, but they were powerless to quell the riot. Further trouble is expected. LOST HIS LIFE Near tho Spot Where He Killed Union rolciler. IiAwr.Kicixuno, Ky., 5cpL 15. Tames Hutton, who shot and killed James T. I'rather in the southern pirt of the county late Saturday night, has surrendered to tho authorities. Trathcr. aged C) years, a confederate veteran, loved the youfig woman to whom Hutton, aged 85, was devoted. They had not been friendly for a year. Saturday they met, nnd ' I I Jo- - ed in Henderson county and brought to trial at the pending term of the Taylor circuit coart, the jury returned a verdict of guilty and confinement in the penitentiary for a term of two 18T.9, an election at Little Finchem, for w hie t he wa only recently arrest- dismissed. Ttro Vrnrft for Murder, CAxirnri.LPvn.i.11, Ky., Sept. 21. In commonwealth vs. Itandall Fur vis for the murder of Win O iks on May 1, at years. Held for llobberj. Lexixqtox, Ky., Sept. 51. A II. Anderson, claiming Chicago as his home, was hound oi er to the grand jury by Judge Jewell to answer a charge of robbery. Testimony establishes that Anderson is the man who, during the big llryan parade Tuesday, broke into and robbed the Cincinnati Southern ticket office of $124. Kentucky's 111? Corn Crop. RicnMOM), Ky., Sept. 21. The corn crop of Central Kentucky will he enormous this year, and already it is being offered at 50 cents a barrel t w hich is probahly the lowest lias ever reached in this ect!p prominent farmer has or 0 pr y 2,500 barrels at th An Increa.., reIlitKntr. rr.AXr.roi:T ly ScpU 21.It leak, ,.iiat there is a dcr.l on bc-c- n t railroads throughout the south to incrense frcip-h- rates from St. Louis, Louisville and other big shipping points. The increase will be about It v ill go into effect in a week or ten days. A rnjehlcal rHrtnrlilrt. Lkxioton, Ky., Sept 21. Edwin II. Boone, the hypnotist, w ho has created such a sensation here and elsewhere by burying subjects alie, and the well known mind reader, Leonard Cook, of Winchester, have formed a partnership for a tour through the north during the w inter. The Case It 111 He Closely Contested. Awilaxd. Ky.. Sept 21. Ihe trial of John Ross, who killed Charley Meade early in January last.ron East Fork, is on at Catlettsburg. It will hardly be finished this week, as there is much cidence to be introduced, nnd the attorneys are flighting every one-thir- d. point The jury in the Ross murder case brought in n verdict of not guilty. It will be remembered that last Januarv John Ross got into a fight with Charles Mead, on East Fork, this countv, and Ros shot Mead, killing h.m instantly. After lour Richmond, Ky., Sent 21. Deputy Sheriff Harris, of Estelle county, has gone to Molle, Minn., with a requisition for Joseph V illiams, who shot his brother-in-laat Irine four years ago. Williams w ill be hi o ight back to Kentucky. CATLETTMirno, 21. Ve-irs- John Acquitted. Il'sKy., Sept AecldentaPy Shot Himself. NlCHOl.AsviLLE, Ky., Sept 19. While loading a gun at his home on Doc creek, Mr. Joe Clements let the breech fall, causing a discharge, the load taking effect in his shoulder. He will die. o One Claimed tltn Itody. Williambtown, Ky., Sept 19. The man killed here by a Southern express September 10, and as yet unidentified, was buried Frllay afternoon by order of Judge McMillan. Injured In Knnntrny. I named Gee from North Carolina near New-Aferri.d c.urio Trill Spend the spot where he lost his life. Their Iloiirymoon. Phot a Hoy for run. SoMr.nsKT, K3-Sept. 19. Clarcnco Skuuke, Ky., Sept 15. Leslie Dyer, 1 hitficld and Clarinda Buttram, of son of Constable C P. Fine Knot, Ky., came to this place the Thursday and wero married by Kcv. D., cr, of Casyville, was accidentally W illiam F. Hail. After the marrHge killed Monday by Thomas Murphy. ceremony was performed Thomas Murphy had imited "young Dyer to his Phillips, of Fine Knot, arrived in watermelon patch near town and in town and had Chief of Police R. O. fun pointed a gun at the boy, who was Hughes arrest the newly married trying to dig a hole in a melon with a couple. WhitCeld vtas arrested for caitridgc. The weapon went off, to s'caling $33 from Phillips, who also Murphy's surprise, and the load of shot passed through young Peer's head, claims he Is the husband of "MUs Miss lluttram, alias Phillips, killing him instantly. Reform Movement at Lexlnctnn. and Whitfield were arrested for bigamy. When Whitcfield was arrestLexixotox, Ky., Sept 15. In his ed he had a dangerous-lookingun charge to the grand jury Monday morning Circuit Judge Parker instructed concealed on his person. that indictments be brought against Ilrstroymt Lightning. tue operators of Holloway's poolroom, llussFM.vii.LVi, Ky., Sept. 19 Durthe managers of the Sunday baseball ing a rain and thunder-storthe game and the various cr.'p games in of Bud Miller, about three miles the city. The Sunday closing- of sawest of this city, was struck by light- loons will also be looKcd into and the ning. The building took fire und, city purged of its many. vices. w ith the contents, was soon in ashes. Murderer Lauchlln In Covington JalU The house was finished only two weeks CovisOTox, Ky., Sept 15. Robert ago Los. ?1,500; insurance, $509. Fortunately the fam'.ly was away from I aughlin, the Brookvillc (Ky.) mur-rer, was brought from the Jlaysville home. j:iil to the Codington jail by Sheriff Sonthern on Top Again Brock. SJJ? transfer was madoasa. Faducaii, Ky., Sept 19. The Southprccaagjon againhxh'rn&hinrTaiugh-LjfGSTi-ni-i- l ern Express Co., which was crowded mnntlA&Xcnt murdered his out of Faducah a few weeks aro, will and niece nnd&ct fire to the house resume business here October 1, navinjsr. conceal the crime. ...;.... nn ........1 ..,! !. auf jifituiLuii wii; aiuuiiuiu 44Ar' jHFO l'utal Qnirrel Over Craps. on the Nashville, Chattanoogajra St. Lkbanox, Ky., Sept. 15. Sunday Lonis road. The Amenc-con. trols the express busin; M oa aU tho a'ternoon Logan Penick, a Negro boy, fatally stabbed a Negro roads coming into iran named Albert Hughes. The diffTorfman Ayres Illness. iculty took place in a field where a oitT, K- al. traveling circus" hail its tents pitched, res, and. the trouble Is said to have arisen r a crap game. Hughes can not t that .us home in live. Iteunlon of Morgan's Men. ...icous and unneccs- ..rming to Mr. AjTes' many Lexinotox, Ky., Sept 15. At a meet..ads. Mr. Ayres, he say, is up and ing of the Eighth Kentucky cavalry, walking, and is lar from being a. dying Morgan's command, held at the courtman. house Monday afternoon, it was decided to hold the next annual reunion at Slept on th.-- ILiilwiy Track. Nicholasville, Tuesday. October 20. At 19 Leon RobertButleii. Ky., son, 23 years of age, vient to sleui m this reunion an authentic history of tho the railroad track at Menzics staimu, roiriment will be presented. four miles south of here, nnd wa.5 Residence and Contents Horned. struck by a night freight, the train HorKi.ssvii.LE, Ky., Sopt 10. Tho passing over his right arm and si10.1l-dcbrick residence of Mrs. Sarah Means, He is in a critical condi:.on. In the suburbs of this city, together U'as Nut Ellclule. with most of its contents, was deFraxm-out- , Ky., Sept 19. Robert stroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon. Buckner, the republican elector for the Total loss about 55,000, w ith S2.000 inNinth district, hr.s resigned and J. B. surance. R. M. & A. W. Steele, who Wilholt, of Carter county, has been conduct a confectionery in the Phoenix appointed to take his place. Buckner hotel annex, made an assignment to is county attorney of Mason county, John Bullard Tuesday for the benefit and was ineligible for elector. of their creditors. ! ., ld Bui-tram- PRISON Prather attacked I'utton. Shortly after the war I'rather killed a Union soldier of John Donglass, the hypnotized subject of Prof. Edwin H. Boone, in Belt Line park, has created something of a sensation. All day thu park has been crowded with persons, each eager to peer down tho tube upon the face of the apparently dead boy six feet under ground. Among the visitors Thursday was Charles Chilton Moore, the editor of an infidel paper. He told Boone that ho believed the burial was a fake, and that ho would not be convinced otherwise until he had himself experienced it He wanto. I lloono to try him right there, but Boone told him he could not handle more than one subject at a time, and that if Col. Moore, would come down to the Lexington opera house next Frida3 night he would take care of him as soon as he relieves Douglass of tho spoil. Mooro told Boone ho would bo there; thatlic would bring a coffin with him, and that ho would pay Boone for his trouble if he succeeded in hypnotizing him (Moore). "In addition to this." said Moore, "if you do hypnotize me you can put me in the coffin, screw it down tight and bury me anywhere and as long as you please." This he put in writing. Boone says he will tackle tho skeptical editor. RELATIVE OF NANCY HANKS. Mrs. Mary Robertson, of EUzibithtown, Ky., Suddenly I.xplrei. Moore Deflea Prof, lloono to Editor ilypaotlxo ltlm. Lexington, Ky., Sept 18. The burial O. C. TVhlto Mm Kill a Kentucky Negro Whipping HU Wife. White, a colored citizen "tnlferittenden county, a few days ago discovered, that his wife and a white man were intimate. Hu whipped her ind sho threatened his life. Last Saturday night a party of ten went to White's nnd shot Whiic!s wife and seven him dead. men, some of them of white fnmllies, have been captured. The men made a confession Wednesday and all are now in jnil here. Three nre at lnrgc well-know- Ky., Sepi fk M mi Groeertes. n, v rSW te. Stajls ui Fancy ...... fe -- M n Auditor's Cssc Indefinitely Postponed. Ky., Sept 17. The eise of the cOTimonwcalth against Max Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town Canned Goods. Salt by theBirrel Tobacco and Cigars- Candies and Cakes- Grceu Groceries Frankfort, ?5r.ome andi-e- e me Barker, auditor's agont. for Norman, to recover fees sai to have been wrong. ully piid, was calld in tho circuit court Wedagreement By nesday morning. motit n was made to amend the petition und the c.tso was passe 1. Hon. R. P. Jacobs, who is employed with Gov. Brown as stito's attorney, said that he does not ki.ow whan the caso will be reached. A Successor to Sen (tor ItlacVhurn. 1 E. R, BU18- Rowland, ' f,- -, f GOTOI ROO- T- fS - r SaL.-cSsrf- -- & SSSivS") are determined to elect a successor to Senntor Blackburn at the extra jssioa of the legislature in December, a id that a deal has been arranged with the sound money democrats to cast lots as to whether Mr. Blackburn's successor shall be a democrat or a rcnubllcan. Lcuisville, Ky., Sept i7 A Frankfort dispatch says that tho republicans JtS T. ;?s !" r" a nnft nafC ?tiy k rnllshlnr.n ... klT...,,.... Ltcl4St t .,. car-- rl ., , w i!u w' siwitfaiiuiu. KomalVfe r.lli Thcr r n.. plete !n o nm.ll rennyrnynl fill net ncrer Irlur. M MaUwlto-i.- ., uil- - 01 receipt d SI CI Uro: ca rn.cijt of "J ?I.O liy t. I"a:.MIrn. 2IecUcloo Co ntti CSTSold by W. G White, Druggist, Richmond, Ky. st HrrcHYKilYa' ITkL PIOSQS 6'rv:.T! i iPS ui ,Cu"r,n, 04' i phitc ;tU pacias. t ... nTer In e- -t f r " ; i Ten' r-- i Mattel ,M4. t Sl - "Everybody Likes It.'i- - SAVING OEOI rn ." g 1 m rcsl-tVn- ce d " . A V-- tO o.-c- S-- r. I 'Whltecaps to be Indicted. Ashland, Ky., Sept 10 Fannie Ad-kiand Maggie Lunce, two women horsewhipped on Losi Creek, Carter county, some two weks ago, by white caps, will go before the grand jury at Grayson, the coming court, and Indict threo of the party whom thoy recognized. It is expected that by this means the entire party may be brought Elizabethtowx, Ky., Sept 13. Mrs. Stolon Stack of Hay. Mary J. Robertson, aged 85 years, was Richmond, Ky., Sept 17. Milton found dead in bed Thursday morning. Bates, colored, was arrested here WedShe came to this country from Irenesday on a warrant charging him land when only six years of age, her name being with grand larceny. He Is accused of maiden a stack Piatt At the ago of 20 she stealing Bales, of of hay from this city. was married to Judge William Robert- Joe W. Distilling Company Incorporated. son, who was at that time a young lawe yer of great promise, and a near relaFrankfort, Ky., Sept 17. The Distilling and Distributing comtive of Nancy Hanks, the mother of pany, of Louisville, has been incorporAmong her chilPresident Lincoln. A. Young-madren was Thomis A. Robertson, who, ated with 8U),000 capital, II. B Barnard and J. II. Milward before his death five years ago. represented this district in congress for are tho incorporators. three consecutive terms, having deParmer Kills nn Eagle. feated non. J. Proctor Knott Ashland, Ky., Sept 17. Joseph GalCourt Clerk Cain's Claims Mrlcken Out. lagher, a farmer living on East Fork, Frankfort, Ky., Sapt IS. State In- killed nn eagle measuring fivo feat from spector and Examiner LcsterJXlnirs lay tip to tip, the only bird of its kind morning filed his report with Auditor killed in this section of tho stato in Stone on the claims of "Circuit Court the cast two years. Clerk Cain, of Jcffersqneounty. Cain's ARKANSAS VS. VERMONT. total claims Wre5J 15 01, of which C"l.V9were stricken out The cxam-TnWhat Figure tho Silver Question Cut la says that these claims are stricken the Elections. out under a law heretofore much Two states have just held their elecabused all over the state. If his positions. Vermont of course, "v ent heavtion is upheld by the courts it will reily republican, nnd Arkansas, of courso, sult in an annual saving to the state of went Iienvily democratic jQn. Us face, at least S10.000. it appears to be. a sianCl-off; but a moment's icflection will show Uiat It is Ncthcrcut Free at Last. FrtANKFOBT, Ky., Sept 18 Lieut "Ci, so fnr as the presidential election is concerned. In Vermont both parties Gov. Worthington Thursday nicriiing had declared for the gold standard, and issued a pardon to Wil'iSm Nethercut indjeted fcr murnc. a October, 1SC0, when the national democracj put itself in Carter county. Nethercut killed a on record for free silver it left the party man named Stephens during thu war in Vermont with absolutely 'io ground because of his w ife. Nethercut was a to stand on. The siher question was in no 6ense n soldier and officer in the confederate army. He is now 72 years of age. square issue in Vermont. In Arkansas, though, the question of Lieut Gov. Worthington says: "His punishment has been greater than his free coimige was the only issue, and the act merited." democrntic vote, according to the latest ndices, hows a net gain of from 13,000 Woman Sent to the Pen. to 25.000. The majority is estimated at l, Danville, Ky., Sept lb. Mrs. a white woman about fifty years fully C.".,nC0. It is perfectly safe to say old, the wife of Dr. William C.ispari, a that Mr. Brynn's majority in Novemlwr practicing physician, who lhcsinthc will be 10.0C0 greater. The populists western portion of this county, was will all vote for him nnd so vill many Thursday sentenced to the penitentiary silver republicans, who would not supfor one year for grand larceny. Sho port a democratic state ticket. Moreover, Arkansas may be fairly was indicted as an accomplice of her husband in the theft of a buggy and deemed n barometer of sentiment In the harness belonging to a Mrs. Richards, western states. If the silver cause has grown there It has nlmost certainly of Mitchellsburg. grown In Missouri. Notional Bimetal Partial Victory for Darker. Frankfoht, Ky., Sept IS. Judge lict Cantrell, in the circuit court, has entered an order in the case of the comTHE MARKETS. monwealth against Max Barker, auditor's agent under Maj. Norman, strikOscixrati Sept la ing out all fees that apply to licenses. FLOUR Winter patent. StSiaJO). do fsnoy, This is a partial victory for Barker. Ji7a33.li), famtlr. tiSO!). extra. LoOO'.W; low The case will not be heard on its mer- a 6'., gr des, U &J31.7J. sprlnr pi tent. i J04J do f&ncr. tai3a35, do family. tiCOiisJ; until next term. its Old-tim- c u Everybody likes "Battle Ax" because of its exceedingly fine quality. Because of the economy there is in buying it. Because of its low price. It's the kind the rich men chew because oi its high grade, and the kind the poor men can afford to chew because of its great size. "--'' ' A piece of "Battle Ax" is almost twice of the piece of other high grade the size 5-ce- nt w u Hi C o E r! B As soon as I can dispose of my stock of gocCs, I here- a n, by announce that on and after this date my entire JO-ce- nt brands. er iftSraCtt IVrsonal. medical reference book tc any Ftron"a"(llicted wftti anyrsp'tciai, "cntvj;Ic CT delicate disease peculnr to their sex. Adcre. the Chicago. Protect Tuur Tdeai; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEKBDR.N A CO Patent Attor neys. for their leading physicians and surgeons of the United sou Washington. D. c. urrenuons81.60) prize offer iub oi two Honored warned. Slates, Dr. Hathaway it Co , 79 Dearborn s.reet, i I Free 6j.psj; Wanted-fln-We- a-S can think n rinion CLOTHING, NOTIONS. FURNISHING COODS, HKTS, CHRPETS, In fact ca ory thing in the House, must Ii closed out regardless of price for yyy :BRIDGEF0RD'S QOR'T $T0P JOBACCO. ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM EXAMINE THEM I PURCHASE THEM 1 How to Care Yourself While Using It. I Cas-par- -- M P; pSSSpn fffilgl rye. to justice. . Asiilvn'd, Sept 19. A farmer named Mullens and his daughter were dangerously injured by their team running away while going home from the celebration in this city. Alleged CUtlo Thief Jsllrd. Gkeemt, Ky., Sept 19. Andrew Wilburn was lodged in jail Friday, charged with stealing eight head of cattle from C. W. Alexander, of Threo Prong, this county. Hypnotic Subject lit surrccted. 19. The man Lexington, Ky., buried alive in this city by a hypnotist 1 ellovrs Gone Home. Lexington, Ky., irept 21. John R. Fellows passed through here Sunday was resurrected 4S hours later in a trance, and restored to his normal conmorning, returning to his home in He vas met at the train by Col. dition. n W. G V. Breckinridge and other naThe Muddle. tional democrats. Louisville, Ky., Sept 10. John D. White npplied at Tops Indorse llhea. Lewiskuro, Ky., Sept 21. The in- London Tuesday for an order restraindorsement by the populist convention ing the republican congressional comat Bowling Green of John S. Rhea, the mittee of the Eleventh district from regular democratic nominee in the giving Congressman David Colson the Third district, insures his election over certificate of nomination for congress. Dr. Hunter. To Vote ou Free TurnpSVcs. New-Yortliltc-Colso- Stafford, Ky., Sept 10. A vote on Jlnnaway Hoy Returns. NicnoLASViLLK, Ky., Spt 21. Ray the free turnpike question has been orson of Rev. dered to be taken in this county at the Deerihg, the S. S. who ran away from November election. It will carry by home because his father would not about ten to one. Very little interest take him to the conference, has re- is being taken by advocates of tho turned. movement Continental Money. Bekea, Ky., Sept 2L J. G. Calloway, of this place, has S500 in Continental money, which was bequeathed Klectlon Wager. Falmouth, Ky., Sept 10. Encouraged by the reports from Maine, SaAn loonkeeper Tottcn bought 3,000 bushels him by his grandfather, who was a of coal from Jas. Lucas at 28 cents per beshel, to be paid for when Bryan is soldier in the revolutionary war. elected president in 1S90. Heavy Frost In Kentucky. Want n Joint Debate. Ky., Sept 2L A heavy St aston, Paducaii, Ky., Sept 10. The Bryan frost fell here Saturday night, doing club of this city has selected Mr. Chas. considerable damage K. Wheeler to inset in joint debate Hon. John R. Thomas, republican orBudding time ator from Illinois, who speaks hero Ihe time when girlhood blossoms into Thursday. is a womanhood Death of Xnnogcuartan. Richmond, Ky., Sept 10. Mrs. Polly trying period in every w Oman's life. Hamilton, one of the oldest women in Much depends on central Kentucky. di"d at College Hill, the care and the after an illness of only a few houro, "" ' . r iT. VOiit'' Wc treatment given aged 90 years. then a lifetime of Declined to Accept. Healthy happiness, Owensboro, Ky.. Sept 10. or years of sufferJo Jones has declined to accept the aping sickness. To bring girb pointment of cllef of police of Owenssafely through this boro, tendered him by Mayor Hick31 C" fJ-i-- ' critical period, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has been found an aid. It is a preparation of strongly tonic properties. It puts the whole body into good condt- tkm and is particularly efficacious in its action on Uie peculiarly lemimne rg?nisnx. Tuere is 110 sort of female trouble that it will not correct if it is taken in time. Thousands of the worst possible cases liae been cured by it it works in a perfectly natural way, nd drives out disease by building Tip the strength, and purifying the whole tin-faili- F?J -- Ex-Sher- man. Siw KenturLy Post Offlcc Washington, Sept 10. A post office was established Tuesday at 7f ontrose, Fayette county, Ky., tt'm. P. Haney, postmaster. Must fay t.'ie Juries. Louisa, Ky., Sept 15. Judge of the circuit court ordered tho trustee of the jury fund to pay the juries of the present term of court This is the- first time they have been paid since the advent of the present administration. - Kin-ne- r, swrstem. ' Many modest women and girls suffer , wispeakable torments because they dread telling their troubles to aphy-idaThey fear the almost inevitable examinations and "local treatment" These .things are usually wholly un- ,v necessary. " Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will ' k what not one doctor in .1 hundred can jli R will cure. In our tcoo page book IhjPtded "The People's Medicaf Adviser," K hundreds of testimonials to its won- " wrful efficacy. (v Tbe book will be seat frc on .receipt cents to pay postage and ef twenty-on-. e n. Aides, "World's Dispensary Mkd-ca- c AjtfociATKNrNo. 663 Main Street, ,, 1 tjt: . , vi Msjpteg-niy- mf revival at tho Christian church is progressing nicely. Rev. Ayers Oroer, of n Indiana, the evangelist, has arrived, and is assisting tho regular pastor, Elder H. N. Beubelt Slept on the Track. Vancebukq, Hy., Sept 15. The body of David Rogers, ft laborer of this city, was found on tho tracks of the C & O. Mondajr morning literally cut to pieces. He was drinking, and is supposed to ha ro gone to sleep on the track. Shooter Surrenders to the Authorities. Ashland, Ky., Sept 13. Harrison Combs has surrendered to the author ities for the recent shooting of Charley j jiartia, oi cauelvitHirgy sad will bo tried la aottrt, thk week. I t'ltortia well-know- Revival at Latrrenceharc;. LAWBENcnuuna Ky., Sept 15. Tho In the court Thursday morning Win. stump the state for the national dem- Anderson was lined S50 and cosLs lor ocratic ticket as soon as he could lay crap shooting. He swore the judge off aside the duties of his oflice. the bench aud demanded a jury. Others who were in the game wero only Uld Soldier Robbed. Greenup, Ky., Sept 10. Ned Gull-ke- fined S15. an old soldier, was robbed whilo Gen. Dnckner at Frankfort. intoxicated of S19 and a pair of gold Frankfort, Ky., Sept 18. Gen. spectacles. 'He did not discover his Simon Bolivar Buckner, national demloss until Tuesday morning, and claims ocratic nominee for vice president, arthe deed was done while he was r. sleep. rived here Thursday night, and is tho Guilkey makes his home at the Mil- guest of Senator Lindsay. itary home at Dayton, O., and is here I'ott Office Robbed. on a visit. Louisa, Ky., Sept 18. The post office at Potter, three miles below this Dradley Goes to Missouri. Frankfoiit, Ky., Sept 15. Gov. placo, was robbed of all Its stamps and Bradley left for Missouri, where he money. Kiah Crabtreo, a local characgoes to fill appointments under the re- ter, has been arrasted. publican national committee. He will Pardoned by Worthington. make four speeches in that state and Frankfort, Ky., Sept 18. Scott one in Illinois. Whallen, a life prisoner, sent from A Tramp Proves to IJe a Murderer. Pendleton county for murder, was Versailles, Ky., Sept 15. A tramp pardoned Thursday night by Acting arrested here proves to bo Henry E. Gov. Worthington. Stewart who is wanted for murder at Deputy Warden Neat Takes Hold. Huntington, W. Va. Ho escaped from .Frankfort, Ky., Sept 18. L. T. jail at Huntington two weeks ago. Neat, recently elected deputy warden Warden Hancock Unys llloodhonnds. of tho Kentucky penitentiary, qualiFRANKFonr, Ky., Sept 15. Warden fied and assumed the duties of his office Oats No. 3 mixed, cash, HHo. RTX No. 3 cash, 33Kc- Hancock has purchased two blood- Thursday morning. CniCAOO. Sept 12 hounds, which will hereafter be used Treasurer Long's Ilrlde. Calls on Doeembcr wheat opened at 61 J,' c, in chasing convicts who make their esFrankfort, Ky., Sopt 18. State sold at C2tf362S'c, last price 62f ftC2,'. Puta cape from the penitentiary. Treasurer G. W. Long will marry Miss opened at COXc. sold at 60Xc, last price (0V J, c Tenie Adams, a sister of Clerk Adams, 60 Calls on May corn opened at 21,'c, General Merchant Assigns. the only of the court of appeals, at Cynthmua, prica Puts opened at 24 c. tho onlx price. Bowling Green, Ky., Sept 15. A. L. 30. I:dianaPolis. SepL 19. Redford, general merchant at Oakland, September Cat r.r Wholes to pritre, $4.S0ji70, fat, Soldiers' Reunion. this county, made an assignment Monwell Unlshed, steers, U 1524 SnELBYViLLE. Ivy., Sept. 18. A"; day. Liabilities $4,000; assets 3,000. Hogs Good to choice medium and soldiers of this and 13 05(53 20. mixed and heavy, $iio3.10;heavy, of good will be held at to choice lights, SiUOlli adjoining counties Arrests to Iollow a Kentucky Shooting. 12 miles castof here, Saturday, Waddy, SliEKP Good to choice lambs, 3.6033 75; Ashland, Ky., Sept 17. Several ar- September 19. common" lambs. 12. 233 5, good to choica sheep, 12.10 33 CO. rests are likely to result from tho Olive-Hishooting, in which Charles Jealous Colored Woiiimi.'s Deed. Tabor fatally wounded Constable Louisville, Ky.. Sept 17. At an Several others wero shooting in early hour Wednesday morning Carrie the fight Jennings, colored, in a fit of "jealousy, with .Weil stabbed Monroe Bell, colored, aged 32 His Wounds n ere Fatal. Ashland, Ky.. Sept 17. Mack years, to death, and then fatally shot Johns, colored, who was struck over--th- herself in the head. The tragedy ochead with a club by his stepfather, curred in tho Red Light district on Clarke Barnes, last Friday night died Green street, between Seventh and ".Nearly forty years ago, after here Wednesaay. Barnes Is still at Eighth streets. some weeks of sickness, my hair large. A Successor to Senator Welsslngcr. turned gray. 1 began using Ayer's Prominent Kducator Desd. Frankfort, Ky., Sept .7. Liout Hair Vigor, and was so well sitis-lie-d Louisville, Ky., Sept 17. Rev. Wm. Gov. Worthington has called a special with the results that I have C. Young, D. D., president of Center election to fill tho vacancy caused by never tried any other kind of dress college, died at Danville Wednesday the death of Senator Weissinger. It ing. It requires only morning. He was one of the most will bo held at the regular November an occasional appliprominent educators in the south. election. This completes the call to fill cation of vacancies in the legislature and makes Hunting for Silver. doubly certain an extra session. Ir.viNE, Ky., Sept 17. John Newman, of Rice Station, is searching for Kscaped Convict Captured. silver ore near there. He made a simiFrankfort, Ky., Sept 17. Charles Hair Vigor to keep lar search several years ago, and claims Thompson, a four-yeconvict who my hair of good to have found traces of the metal. made his escape about a year ago, has to remove color, been returned to the prison here. Accidentally Shot. SHBPC.KHB 'dandruff, to heal Lancaster, Ky., Sept 17. John Thompson was sentenced for forgery. Beckner accidentally shot, perhaps He was employed at the Adams express itching humors, and prevent tho hair from falling out 1 never hesifatally, William Todd, a young man of office, at Lexington. tate to recommend Ayer's medicines this place Wednesday morning. They Drsperate Convict Returned to Prison. were examining a revolver. Frankfort, Ky., Sept 17. "King tomy friends." Mrs. II. M. Haigiit, Bird," the desperate Negro convict, Avoca, Nebr. Horace Woods Pardoned. Frankfort, Ky., Sept 17. Lieut who has killed several men in prison Gov. Worthington Wednesday morning here, and who has been confined in an issued a pardon to Horace Woods, of insane asylnm, was returned to tho Garrard county, sentenced for man- penitentiary Wednesday morning. slaughter. lilies' Compulsory Education Lur. Lancaster, police . 5. y, Davie, chairman of the national democratic state central committee, received a letter from Secretary John G. Carlisle Tuesday in which the secretary stated that he would come to Kentucky and Louisville, Ky., Sept Carlisle Will Mump Kentucky. 16. Dlshop Watson Presides. Somerset, Ky., Sept 18. Reports were heard in the Kentucky conference of tho Methodist Episcopal Church South, Thursday, from every district. Bishop A. W. Watson, of Baltimore, Geo. M. presided. There are almost '100 ministers present The meeting will continue until next week. Fined for Crap Shooting. Ky., Sept 18. Be irom hunilrcils of testimonials the oi V I originahof which arc on file and open to inspection, the following is pieented: THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY NOV Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan 2S, 1S93. Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La WHETHER YOU NEED GOODS OR NOT AS MY Crosse, is. Gentlemen : For forty STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE AND If yon want the best Washing Ma- years I u&ed tobacco in a'.l its forms. Foi years of that time I was a chine that fs made, one that a child twenty-fiv- e MUST BE SOLD. Yours truly, grat sufferer from general debility and cm operate, call on, or address, heart disease. For fifteen vears I tried Ciias. Waller, ff1 to quit, uut coui'ln't. l took various! fesfS ? v n . i5- - .v y i Ffcc-- A Richmond, Ky. remedies, among others ; wanted. H "The Indian Tobacco Antidote 'Doub le Chloride of Gold," etc., etc , but none CALDWELL, of them did me the leat bit of good. HON. C.-sir Finally, however, I purchased a box of S. " your and it has entirely of Parkersburg, V. Va., Recom- cured me of the habit in all its forms, M"Mssssnff"sscrtmsE53sJssgjaaassssssMsssqisttsm Ji 00 35. 00. flm merino. 9310c por mends Wrights Celery and I have increased thirty pounds in lb; qutrtsr-bloo- l ciothlnz, 12313a: medium weight and am relieve 1 from all the Capsules. delaine and clothing. i:Jl3c. braid. U3120: medium eomblnz. 13311c Wathcl. fine numerous aches and pains of body and 1 XtoXX. lie; medlu-- olotaln;. Il31ac; mind. I could write a quire of paper deiolne fleece, 11 ilio: loni conblig. 13313c: rAnKEKsncrtG, W. Va., and low, ISfttJo: comnoa unon my changed feelings ami conditian cotrse. 11312c January 20, 1993. Yours respectfully, 1 II. MAiinunv. New York. Sopt 19. The Wkigiit Med. Co., Pastor CI Church, Clayton, Ark. WnxAT No 2 redOijober. 68436-December. C8 Columbus, Ohio Sold by all druggists at $1.00 per box, Cchs No. 2 December, 2JK: May, Gentlemen: I have been usijj; three boxes, (thirty dajs' treatment), No. 2. I6HG27KC. Oats .va 2 western; 1933o; October, t0c; Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem- $2 50 with written guarantee, December, 21 He Recently Been Converted laio a Modern Palace. ber, 1894, and find them to be as recom- or sent direct upon receipt of price. Has Tox.sdo.0.. Sept 19. I first besan taking them Write for booklet and proofs- - Eureka No : red. cash. 65Vic December, mended. Wheat Halls and itranci are Mirbl and T.lin ot tli Km ' Q n!it . 631c: May. TJSJc; No. 3 red. cash, 62a Virile at Hot Springs, Atk, under treat Chemical aid II fg. Co., I.a Croasc, Wis. Coax No. 2 mixed, cash. 22a: May, 2SJ,'ej No. 3 yellow. 22Ht ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and and Boston, Mass. 0 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors red. track. 65cj heat isaloi: ReJ.-oteSol 3 rei. tra-6:j. No. 3 red, track. Wo; rejected red. track. Jic Cons Shelled mixed, yellow and wbtte, coiilnallr quotable at KV43o: not enough offered nor wi nted to estublUh a market as to local rates. Oats SjIcj It Jccted white, track, at lCKc: sample mixed, track, at 16c. No. mixed, trck, at lHJo rejected mixed, track, at 13Jic; No. 3 mixed, track, at 7c. Kte -- Northern Ohio and Indiana held at 34)4 Qfc?, and northwestern at IT'V&i HOGBCholce packers and prime butchers, JlloaiVO; mixed packer. fi(K)J10. common 812V2-.Kand rcush-tlight shippers and rood fat pUs. 1 11031:5. common to fair pigs, fiV5&3.10. skips. Jl 0032.00. C .ttle Heavy steers, fair to good. II WO 1 15: butchers', good to choica (XC534.10; Nir to medium, I3.C033.50; common to ordinary. oxen. LWit7i Heifers: Good to choice. IJ 13J 1, extra, e3.3033.7a; tslrto medium. fi:53iS.V. bllrxp akd Liuus Sheep Common to citrus. gLH33.C0. Lambs Extras, 11.83 I U0; good to choloa, JUS J. common to fair, tS033.0a ViAt, Calves Voir to good light, J213 CO): extra, 3&OQaiO. common iDd largs, d k. 1 f:3i3:sa mm SOLD IN RICHMOND. The tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is seriously affected, impairing health, comfort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too beerea shock to the system, as tobacco to any eterate user becomes a stimulant that "IJacc-Cur-o" Ins system continually craves. is a scientific cure for the tobacco habit, in all it? forms, carefullv com pounded after the formula of an eminent Derliu physician who lias used it in li private practice since 1S72, without a failure It is purely vegetable and guar anteed perfectly harmless You can use all the tobacco jou want while taking "Buco-CuroIt will notify you when joustop. We give a written guarantee to cure permanently any case with three boxes, or refund the money with 10 per cent, interest. "Baco-Curo- '' is notnsub- stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power aud with no inconvenience. It leaves the s stem as pure and free from nicotine as the day you took your first chew or smoke. ." x3GASH 0NLYO No goods will be charged to any one. All goods charged this year and previous to this year is now due and must be paid at once without fur- ther notice. This is JH and mean exactly what I say as regard my accounts and as to my stock of goods on hand Said I WE W mm Iitici! Cl'UED B BACO CUItO AXIJ GAINED THIRTY l'OUNDS. km ffci hwm -- I 3 me p! JiS.n PrX.Fh BSy-ARc- nts ''No-To-Bac- ,1 sai I T. "Baco-Curo- P. Fixtures for sale. K U Woor-Unwisho- d. mar-In- o, He WI LLA quarter-bloo- d n0 1 l? o; 3--) iron-cla- d, 47-2- 1 Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginning and hae used thsm ever since. AVith pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. J.H.MEFF&C0. NSSSMairi - - - - OF ISED-UOU- PARLOUS AND m UPPER HALLS. - - - Offices and Dining-Roo- Beautifully liantly Lighted.. Decorated and Bril (Opposite Glyndou.) $trt, rc-unt- Charles T Caldwell. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. Trii-0 cents and $1.00 per box. Call at dru,;- C- tore and get free sample. e Country Produce Bought and Sold. Llighebt Cash Market Price Paid. some simple to natent? Protect yonr Ideas: they may brlns you Wealth. Wrlto JOHN WKDDEKBtJRU ft CO, Patent Attorneys, Washington, D. CU for their 1.800 prlzo oner tWD Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in tho South, ratt .... Charges Considered St W. f ll crviEiE RKTES $2 Ty-re- e. Satisfied "BIG- - FOUR" ROUTE $io7oooM Mi?, J?,, - Wanted-- An Idea ct VTho can think Have Been Expended in This Kecent Improvement. sSS.SS5oSS3SSSSS55SSS$3SSSi53SSSS&5S3SS3SSJ o Ayer's Hair Vigor. -- BEST UKE TO AND FRQ- MRol'd Vestlbuldl Trains, wltli lliiffel Pari r WHjjnn Can. Elegit nt Conohe-- s DIhIdr Sleeping Cjtrs, nnd Idlest Improved Cars, mnjnl wnnrtmint. I'uflct iiciiii!r cenlly ItiniislicU with toilet nccftvries (n bianuu. encli compartment, ana list ot two hundred laTentlous wanted. $2.50 RER DRY Ikmi DUALKP. CHICAGO. 'ir. Prlio ST- - LOUIS. i Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond is now running, and we are prepared to Jill orders for twist of the 0U IMiyi 4X & rm M. m. g READY TO . w . mm im " LiTDJli mm Madison Mcinisnental "Works, MtXUFACTUKKKASU WM-ai-ABSffcM-JJii!!!! 'Mh AYER'S Ihe New MifrclmnU' Bridge, molding tho tils ("grtenblo tunnel. t nml Viiir (!., tCoachesntjCnr.Dlnlnz Cnrx, nmlLoultovjir Huff Sleep! KnleilliKht Solid. VestlbulertTnhiK-rtlll- ISuflVt Varliir I "Pride o! Mmi" i 'B' AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, "S. ar BOSTOH. NEW YORK. i I'oJlBSj TAE1.1HT3, N , the-circ- .rwoTjiffi,, -- - j 1 son says that the latest reports show that the Hiles compulsory 'education law has increased Kentucky school at Apple Trees In Hloora. V Denton, Ky.t Sept. 17. Many far- tendance from 25 to 35 per cent report apple trees in bloom. mers Bound Over Circult'Ccsrt. " Gekenup, Ky.Sept and "Death at the A?e ot 01 years, Suel"byville. Kv.. SeDt 17.' Mrs. Ernest Lewis, "Jamw Minning and Dorothy Peter, widow ot the 'late Heli Clint 'Monk we're tried Wednesday "eePeter.'a well known lady of. this plaee, fore Judge' KeniMrttB acbarg--a of cafc- tifeg ana a jong resweai, uere, u qeao, agett r.L with lid tint to . hold ' .r . aajia iTTa Ca.n ia'J SI years, ii ! lUVfVV WW JUHM (BTVIU HAW. K T 1 to-th- Teachers of Estill county have organized a Teach- ers' association, to meet weekly. 17. Irvine, Ky., Sept Teachers' Aatocittion Orgnnlr.od. tendent Frankfort, Ky., Sept 17. Superinof Public Instruction David- rrcparcdfcyDr.J.C.Ayer&CoLowen.iTsas. Tufa Ajar Ira AVERS Hair Vigor tor The only Through Sleeping Csrunc from CluduuniL Elegant Wagner sleeping UirJ Brands, threegrades. We can save you money. Send us a trial order; you will be glad with our products.' Espei cially pleased to hear from country merThe "HouXhweatcrii Limited" Solid . Ve( chants. Puled Trains, with CotiiuiimMon Library, White Ross, Wnancr Wceplol: l)iir. Elegant Cotcbcs mid Dining Cars, lanjl 49 Richmond, Kyv xorju-u- y mg pnsengers in wcw hmzu ran Depots Positively noTeiry Tntnsfer. Jt Besureyour tlcKot reads via "BIG KOUIJ' i. "Hit! Ms" IIkadsto.n'ks, Ukxs, Statlmby, Etc FINE WORK A SPECIALTY ssssissBssssiimspsBBsasksaiiM 0 Solicited jrj Work delivered to any part of . 2F Write f'r Designs an J Prices. the-State- gW Your Trade Passenger Train c Mgr. Oen. Pass. TUt. M t CINCINNATI. 0. 1 SssMssssssssslsssssssssssVsssssssssBWssssnsassssssaaaassMsssss FIE OLH LII 01 OLD. I fj 14 YEARS ,:;:gg-vSffjSaq:.i,,ffS::g- y GKO. 0. DZLKR, Proprietor. Corner Francis and Iivine Streets. Ky. SanariKt e -- -, 1 to subscribe for TH m. v THiE,CI3M4SSi! CIJiaxed-ho it Cwplwlw,' ; NOWS THE TIM-f- i Pure Otd Whiskies for Family and Mei'.i cinal Ubri1Jn,5 and lazllon Packages, a specialty. &k -- i sssHfF " W iOilMEK tost EasHT.Ihs&Hi?- Yltrl'.trV wcrroTJS MAGNETIC XE8Y1XE irt ?2ri3rjjrtfT8tl. &U WatsJUksabss 1 kill;-WMleae-h k;--'"is.,l'- V A- w'L M 4 ': '.t I .4 Democratic :rt$sm:' WltoksMAB Battens, " 4 sr-- i -- - n V- - i. "", t : M-- j t :r s ' s .r. C5SmB&iRLj& ' eafr,c&. Ky. . L JmwBtt-&mama- J' iprw.f. WJ.He.L'roii,Wri?WKl,K !J 2T- sviBSi; imws S34 "W K $5. Mtfh JtT ISttt.Pwl.stlMm)iss)iM jjiw rwmaK, 9turaVcta es.ro ST4 til MnfKt Mrtrer later re iiilthM hiiiiiH trrte .SoSsl a TTHHea i V