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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, PRICE. WEDNESDAY, DR. PEFFER'S OYAL-TANS- Y I . J w X I JOB WORK I CAREFULLY EXECUTED. f SEPTEMBER 30, 1896 I Print Shows through NUMBER 17. SILVER OR GOLD. Better than eithor is a healthy-liver- . and talker 'and to attend a dance at the home of his grandmother. PRICES . Highest of all' in Leavening Power. Go.'t Report ' If the liver 0. K. man is is 0. K. the His blood is kept jure, his digestion perfect, and he cr.n enjoy life and act intelligently n:.l patiently upon the questions cl the day. You all know what to take. Yc u have known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Eegulator For years you and your fathers iouna it ot sterling worth. t is and always has been put up snly by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take none but the genuine. It has the IcJ Z on the front of the wrapper, and nothing else is the same, and ne nailing so good. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. ATTOHSTSYS. 11. Ii. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Ruiimoxb, i ifTice No. 12 ritt street, up stairs. W UKANT E. LILLY, ATTORNEY-A- T L'i dmosd, i7i-- c LA IP, - - Kentucky S. W. center Mrtiti and Second streets Will practice in nil I lie courts of Mi'ivm and U'ljeinin; counties Hnd Court oT a Appeals. til' w.iirs J. C. & D. M. 01TENAULT, A TTORNEYS A T LA It', Rkiimoxd, or. e on Second Kentucky. street, over Chenaull's gro STEPHEN!). PAllRISII, A TTORNEY liu hmond, ... A T LA II'. Kentucky. Intents, Caveats, Trade Marls, Designs, Etc. Report as to patentability of invention Tree of ( Unsurpassed faciHties. Moderate terms 6- Lelore applvmc for a patent, write me. GREEN CLAY A ! imm-l- , TTORNEY--A ----- T-I.- A !!', Keiihwl-y r:i tiers in all tlio courts. 13 physicians. GILSON, 3K. II. I'll YSICIA X AXl) SURGEON, 11. IiriiMUNi. uTi ... ,' ForTIio Cm max: An eaily pioneer sulllcr of Jessamine county, fscrviiJK seven years in the armies of Gen. M'nsliiiiKlon and Gen. Wayne They who have hearts to udmirc. nobility imparted hy nature's great teal fearlessness strength, cnorpy, sagacity, u generous, forKctfulncf s of telf, the of scenes of siiH'erinj; in iho gieat strucie for Ameiican liberty in 1770, and tin; relation of deeds of daring will not f.iil to be inteicsted in a brief notice of the life of Col. William Price, who settled in the present limits of Jessamine county in 17S7. Contemplated in any light, he was in his way and' walk a man as truly great as Penn, Marion and Washington ill theirs. He was an extraordinary man by nature, and where nature in her own ineir.iceable charac ters Las marked tupcriority, she looks down upon the tiny and elaborate of art, and in all positions and in all times entitles her favorites to the involuntary homage of their fellow nieu. They are the .selected pilo's in storms, the leaders in battles and the pioneers in the colonization of new countries. The great principles of freedom and religious liberty which triumphed in Virginia in the Revolution ary war, led to the earlv settlement of Ketittii.n.y, 'id the very uion, in a great measure, who had suffered most from the ravages of war and religious nerse- cutiou and had been the lirst to shoul- der their guns in defense of the freedom of the colonies from llritish rule, were the first men who had lifted up their voices for religious liberty, from within the jailo of Virginia. Many of the early settlers of Kentucky were great in a measure perse cuted members of the liaptist church. The church that followed Lewis Craig through the Cumberland Gap had followed him to the gates of Fredericksburg jail, where he and many of his IJaptist brethren had often been imprisoned for preaching lUplist doctrines. In 17GS Lewis Craig and many of the ministers weie imprisoned' in Fredericksburg jail with John Waller, the ancesotr of the "Waller family" in Kentucky. Col. Price was a boy fourteen yeats of age, on the streets of Fredericksburg, where he and his father saw Ixjwis Craig ISev John Waller and twenty others arrested and imprisoned. Col. Price first came lo Kentucky withthe traveling church of Ijwis Craig, in 17S1. lie was born near Fredericksburg, Stafford county, Va.. in 17.T, and died six miles west of Niiholasville, Jessamine e county, in 1808, aged years. It is no easy task to the writer of this notice to pretcnt in a satisfactory manner a sketch of a man who has been dead more than eighty years. However I .have collected many inteicstiug letters he wiote during the Revolutionary war and other letters he wrote of his P.tplist friends, in defence who had sufleted persecution in various in Virginia for opposing the tyranny of the English chinch in Virginia. The following old letters were given to delin-eatiufifty-fivpiL-o- ns December 20. 1787. J Captain Edward Payne, overseer at Gun-slo- n Hall: jiy Dear hir tins note is to apprize you that I invite yon and nil your Baptist friends to my houso on Christmas div. to partake of a big dinner of turkey and oysters, and to conclude with a dauce at grandmother's in the evening. Xo Episcopalian has been invited. Such people are too aristocratic and over bearing. The people who are com inunicants of that church try to imitale their arisaoeinlic brethren of England in almost every act they peiform. I have e no patience with such harpies clergy of this establishment. Their titles, dignities and livings are too much like our late oppressors in the great war just closed. They must now consider that the people of the country look chiefly to the practical and useful and not to mere empty titles which serve no good purpose in a free country. What we want in church as well as State, is plain practical men, devoted men who know and mingle with the people as one of We want no more cold themselves. English airs, no arrogance id demeanor among neighbors. Tell Robert Craig to bring his fiddle, as we expect a good time generally. Tell Black Tom to come by all means. as-th- taffori County, Yikgim a, HALL, " H k A ABSOLUtriSE F MSSJ bwder PURE MAR- 1)Y GLOVER J: DUURKTT, aid ns -j- - PILLS S ll)rrtf A . iTT XEWDISTorEHY. ITErEK FAILS. nV ttaw railoM rsrl InfaHllAf rnpirtn. ntMiilrn Mntr rw train fill Ctaj memturation. Sow oed by orer 8 0,0 CO ladies, lnrigoratcatneie orjrmna. lie miner. 2 ner box. sru&il boi tl. Kent df tealcd In plain wrapper. Send ic in T tfimni for particulars. Solil by lcn! CAL.ASSOCIATION. Chli-ixo- The Voi&e Of Jg lE3rajJsraJlflBrr!fBf d Up: (2 T CT 111. Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. toe People, IS . White. old, at M. If. 15-1- S He was not battle was Brandywine. with his family again until the close of the struggle for independence. During his absence in the army of the Revohi tion he had a son born, Capt. James C. Price, the father of the late K'eber F. Price, of Jessamine county. Capt. James Price was Captain of a company of Infantry 'from Jessamine county in the war of 1812; he lost his life at the battle of Raisin, January 18, 1813-- No braver or better citizen ever lived in Jessamine county than Capt. Price, oldest son of Col. Price. The following letter will show the heroic bearing of Col. Price at the storming of Stony Point when attacked by Gon. Wayne, July 1G, 1779. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO XET. l'Uni.ISIIED YII.LE TODACCO Pure rinegar, C II. Pig's. & LOUIS WAREHOUSE. wtjtSSSTj ,4 -0 FREE 1 SILVER to let J Truly Thine, William Price. Col. Price was descended from a t ancestry that immigrated from Wales to the colony of Virginia in f72(J." Col. Price was not a member of the Baptist church atany time in his life, but he had been brought up among the Baptist settlers of Virginia. He loved his old Baptist friends and neighbors whom he had seen arrested and imprisoned for preaching against the tyranny of the English church, and as soon as Lewis Craig settled and erected a church in the neighborhood of Elkhoru, in Fayette county, hesettled among his old Baptist neighltors four miles south of Elkhorn, mar the village of Kcene, in Jessamine county. The letter lo Col. Luke Allen shows that he settled in Kentucky six years before the State was admitted into the Union. Bap-lis- Fort Stony Point, July 17, 1779. J Major James Cluke: Dear Major I wish that God would heal your wound andlcould once more sec you among your brave comOnjeslerday evening, July 1G, rades. after marching over the roughest country I ever raw, through deep swamps and narrow roads, we got within a mile of this fort, which if? 0H- - ibe west bank o the Hudson river. It was of vast importance to our enemies and had been strengthened by every means of art that lay in their power. Late in the evening our heroic commander. Brigadier Wayne, came among us and told us that everything depended on secrecy and says he, "I want you men who belong to the regiments of Col. Butler and Col Flenry to march with unloaded guns aud fixed baronets; I will lead you myself, said he " The river had flooded the swamps waist deej), but when we saw our brave "1 Saleson our market for tho week just loose, fcrfearof a aejirectated curwas soon to have a bald head. closed amount to 2.G78 hhds. with rerency in the future, go lo D. P. ceipts for the same period 1,403 hhds. Ilearing so much talk about Co ARMER'S and jmt it in Diamonds, Sales on our market since January 1st, be safe, and at the where it will amount to 132,456 hhds. Sales of the crop Nelson's Hawaiian Hair Elixir, I of 1S95 on our market to this date prices he is offering them, you will decided to give it a trial. I puramount to 127,675 hhds. be able to realize a profit on them. chased two bottles, have used a Of) There have been a few hhds. of fine 50- hurley sold on the market this week BL, mrtm m w: bottle and a half. My hair has and the highesi prices of the season have thickened up until I have as good been realized, $2G having been paid for Co two hhds. aud quite a number of hhds. a suit as I desire. It will certainly For Sal; or Real. sold from 15 to $29. The colory sorts do tho work. Besides it is an eleof all grades continue to bring satisfactory prices. Good and medium red gant hair dressing; gives life to of land in My residence and leaf when it is iu sweet condition is dothe hair and invigorates the scalp. ing fairly well, but the common non- grass. West Main street, Richmond. C. H. PIGG. 1- 5descript sorts of off color and out of conThose similarly affected can't dition are lower than they have been to make a mistake in trying it. for a number of years. Co The following quotations fairly repreSi Si4. sent our market for hurley tobacco 1S95 If 'jou arc afraid your money n w Mr. James McAllister, S (b of 162 East Main Street, Lexington, Ky., says: hair had fallen out until I had come to the conclusion (hat I My Ii mr-T- I ? (P Z rHl! Hi pi P H L StW Mm, ' &-Af- U LLU Li! ij If) Smw rajgi i ; ( PH ISfSj ( iSi Sf iy , .Sj Jafiyiijjiiyip! ti' ? - ( The Largest OF GOODS IN TOWN. rw IftMifl&l&fl ti5?Su james McAllister. t".son: General go fprward we followed him, wading the swamps; our advance of me forty years ago by Mr. Lewis Lamp-kin- s, Kentucky, Sec-c-- his i son-in-la- Muri, in tl.c c Joe (V Jhis tmft hue, iS a4 ae cr Wh ke4are. sj- - C1IA HOOKER, l ETERIXARY SURGEON, Grmlvalc Ontario VrteritHtry College. Rev. Daniel Marshall was born in Connecticut in 170S and was the first to organize the Baptist church in Georgia at Kioka. He died in 17S4. The letter of Col. Price shows that he was greatly attached to all Baptist ministers who preached against the Union of church Veter. iffi j-- y Dewktry mi SterWty a Specialty. anu ciaie. Stai'koki) Lol'Nty, PRICES HALL, r.lNI.V. 10, 17KJ. "J p staws over New York i I ii at streets. Kicliwmi Sirc, cornel 46- - y h J May My kind and respected friend, 1 hasten M. D. . C. to inform you that I am exceedingly Medicitic awl iJursorj-- . 1. R. sorrj that 1 did not have the pleasure of )fliro Collins liuiltlinz, MainStroet. Kings: one nt leswlence (tne Uirr place) on seeing you when you called at my fathUreHdway. ployed will get work, compeition for EfNo. 24, Thy Old Comrade, er's house on yesterday, on your way to July 9, 1600. - Kentucky- Georgia. Nothing, I assure, would have Itn IIMosn, Nancy Lewallen, bis wife, was born at employment will become less severe, William Puice. fect May 12, 1895. wages will rise, and, in the end, n 1G53. given me more pleasure than hearing you and it daily publishes articles hy His letter inviting Gov. Shelby to the same place April 10, 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. will be benefitedas well as merDR. O. A. KENNEDY, recount the many victories you have celebrate the Fourth of July, in 1794, Names of children born to Philip Price No. ,. t, No,9, the leading financiers of the country KAST BOUND. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun No,,. chants and manufacturers. achieved among the people of this Bor Ex San PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and Nancy Lewallen: shows at once the high order of his paDebtors who have been wronged by on both sides of the question, ough, in exposing the rottenness and r. C A. H. A. M. Kentucky. A. M Iti. iiMOND, triotism iu being the first man in KenElizabeth, December 9, 1G7G. Versailles........ ic 10 the shrinkage of prices will secure at 6 .40 8 ss u hypocritical preleutioHs of the EpiscopaNicboUiviIIe. u 74 tucky to celebrate the glorious birth day 10 ia 7 35 Philip Price, Jr., May II, 1678. !." least a partial justic and be able to pay Valley View 47 OHice in Smith Iluildinj, No. 204 Main Street, tip lian church in Virginia. Her desire is as of American freedom and independence, 10 J5 7 sg Million Hannah Ann, July 26, 16S0. 8 13 11 sy 11 20 off thVir notes and mortagages with stairs Office hours 11 to 1 an i 1 to 5 o'clock. strong now for legal as it r. h. .. ..--. more than a hundred years ago. Glenmore, April 9, 1GS1. . ia 15 something like a fair equivalent for what It is progressive, liberal and always Richmond 8 30 1230pm d.Tys of Arch- - Bishop ever was in the L'ncoi.. ......... 12 50 12 2S . Ebenezrr, January 12, 1GS3. Fayette County, Ky., DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, they got when they borrowed. Prof espouses the cause of the masses. Moberly......... 12 31 . i 1 Laud. But God be praised for giving July 5, 1791. Brassreld.. John, October 20, 1684. 1 Frank Parsons of Boston University, in Every broad minded man should PanoU..... ...... 12 ! ............ 2 59 .KeNTCCK IClCUMOND. us such preachers as yourself and Mich .. 12 49 . New and Nicely Selected Stock ia James, September 30, 1GS6. To his excellency, Isaac Shelby, Govlnrine..H....HH.. 1 12 .. ...... 3 20 .... October Arena. men as Gov. Jefferson, Patrick Henry read it, whether Republican or -- - -. T. M. William Price, lay 10, 16S8. A. X Just Received and at ernor of Kentucky: My esteemed Telephone at office and residence. v and Mr. Madison. Lawyers like Jefferson friend, I was greatly disappointed by you Nb. . No. 1 rNoTiL NO.IA Eugene McGoodwin died Rt Danville" Democrat. Win. Price, the immediate ancestor WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun and honest preachers have been the of Col. William Price, married Hannah greatest friends of religious liberty- - Their notcoming lo my house yesterday. (July W. EVANS, M. D., r. M. G. HOME SEEKERS EXCURSION & glorious time and a big Ponsonby 10th of January, 1708. Itvine 1 3o 3 40 profession leads them to watch the 4th). We had a P inola .... I 54 men sat down at my table 48 Names of their children: Brassfie!d. 3'J 4 40 encroachments of power, and enables dinner, fortv M obeily...... 1 12 CHEAP RATES via BURLIXUT0N ROUTE. who had served in the late struggle for 5 10 Physician and Suhgeon, U nion.....M...H them to detect all hidden mischiefs in Hannah Ann, September 12, 170S. X UGGGOOr 2 131 5 15 Richmond .... 6 os 2 30 S 40 5 00 Kentucky. measures which the great body of the our freedom and independence. It was Charlotte, Octolier 30, 1710. 1 Cent everywhere. M illion Richmond. Dally ....... 6 20 3 00 5 30 eight lo behold, On Sepnomber 29th, October Gth and ViUey View... 6 34 people seldom perceives until they a glorious 3 3 S 57 SILYE-- 1 for One OLD GOLD John. May 12, 1712. and 20th, the Burlington Route will Subscription Sunday -Month, 40 coats Nicholaville 6 j8 3 38 I wish King George III and Lord North 653 - - -Including feel the baneful effects. To no men in V lrsailles... Gen. Sterling Price, ancestor of the sell excursion tickets at very low 7 J5 '. 3 831 - - S1.00 Virginia are we more indebted could have witnessed this scene in the late Gen. Sterling Price, of Missouri, was rates to points in Kansas, Nebraska, Two Months and a Half DR. T. J. TAYLOR, r. H. A. H. On the return of this wilds of America. Wyoming-- , Utah, Black Hills and Send subscription to than Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Madison and born April 12,1714. Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, of our freedom from glorious birthday other territory. Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily. Sarah Ellen, July 30, 171G. Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasvl Kentucky. Mr. Henry. Gov. Jefferson said lo 111c a British. despotism tho heart of every pa Ask your ticket agent. Richmond, The New York Journal, Jsily. few dais ago at Albermarle Court: 'That of Col. Wm. Price, James Price, father L. W. Wakeley, G. P. A. All trains connect with Southern Railway to struggle may rightfully of all the tyrants, the church tyrant was triot iu tho late Offlrc and residence on Third Street. NEW YORK. and from LouiiTilIe, and with the C. N. O. &T. St. Louis, Mo. Circulation Department, was born in Wales, January 11, 1718. forth its highest tribute to God P. to and from Cincinnati. the meanest." I rejoice, said he "that pour His first wife, Elizabeth Fanutelroy Vou can pend fire hours in Louisville, alout six sages aud soldiers who rehcurs in Cincinnati or iz hours in Lexington and the Baptist settlers are exposing the pre- and the great DENTAL SUEGSEY. issue in 1750; he married died without return to Richmond at 3:30p.m. to stake their lives and sacred DONE tensions of the English church and its solved Craig, daughter of Wilmaintaining the Declaration of Mary Ann hierarchv." Gov. Jefferson is a quiet honor iu liam Craig, of Culpepper, and Nancy AYILTCES SMITH, DR. A. Thioughout the limits man in all he siys; his influence is ev- Independence. Chcnault, daughter of Pete- - Cheuault, of ourcountrv, from Massachusctt . to DENTAL SURGEON, erywhere felt; he is as linn as the everFredericksburg. K. O. DIVISION. Georgia, the hearts of a free and happy of Ken-tuckRichmond, lasting hills. people have been dedicited on yesterday Names" of the children born to James Is Effect March 1, 1S9C. Your Good Friend, to the contemplation of the great blessPrice and Mary Ann Craig, OrricK Smith building. Main Street. Office Express for Cincinnati,! n v William Piiice. hours, 9:00 to 12 M.; 1:00 to 4 I. M. ings achieved and bequeathed lo us by . his wife: a. ii. raris, JUnvsvilIo, Win- - . m V"Practice limited to dentistry. When Lewis Craig brought his travel- such heroic leaders 'as George Wash $ksss?sssssssssssssssssss Chester and Lexington jsss&i fit Phebe Price, born June 20, 1751. ", ing church to Kentucky in 1781, Col. ington, Israel Putnam and Nathaniel '6.25 man. 7.33 Gabriel, December 19. 1753. - J. A. YATES. years of age. He Price was twenty-tw- o Cincinnr.ii. Paris.Mays- J.C VOKGAN. Greene. Such brive leaders took-thei- r Col. Win. Price, October 20. 1755. . M. ville. Winch ester and was in Kentucky about three years. lives in their hands and liberty or death MORGAN & YATES, ,2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 Tradition states that he returned to Vir- was incribed on the hearts. God in the "Edward, NoveraberoO, J757. DENTISTS, Livingston, London, Jel Elizabeth, May'30,,1759, company with James Suggett Kentucky. ginia in plentitudc of His beneficence has gener11.10 lico, I'ineville. ICIIMOND, 12 55 Nancy March 1, 17G2. !t I early in the spring of 1782, and in 1787 ally clicsen men qualified to resist Kings Fast line (or Livingston, A- - 31. Joseph, September 28, 1764. Jesthe present limits of ii.43 London, Jellico.Knoxville and tyrants in their attackson the rights 319 Orric Main Street, over Madison National he settled in Rhodenic Price, the youngest child, Bank. samine county, where he reared a large of the people. The history of ouf moth 'a., m. Fast line for Cincinnati, p. ii. was born April 12, 1766. Drowned in the and respectable family of sons and er country is full proof of this fact and our 319. laris. Winchester. 11.43 Patomac river at the age of twelve years. Rowland, Lancaster and A. 31 P. M. daughters who liave settled in Missouri, own glorious country in the late war for WEAK MEM MADE ViSGSOUS, 1.25 .Stanford. 10:10 v jg?U7 Illinois and Indiana, and also many of his independence is a moro brilliant illus- (1778) ' v jt P. M. Rowland, Lancaster and r. m The descendants of .the Price family descendents are prominent men and tration of the great truth that God hates 40 Stanford, 6:10 --,. CD women in Texas, Arkansas and other all tyrants and despotie rulers and sooner are very numerous throughout thoSouth . ; southern states. The arbitrary arrests of or later overthrows all such rascals in and Vest. They are men and rromen trains connect at Pakk On improved farms in Madison counS ty, Ky., at 6 per cent, somi annual Uith Lexirijjtqn, Frankfort, Cincinnati, y. his Baptist friends and neighbors by the causing the people to rise up and cut oLhigh moral character where any tlto sr-o- s: aw0rW-". '. CO iJcT. lavsville-anfamily have settled. interest; no commission charged. intervening points. officers of the English church in the their heads off. Wjat PiFFE&'S KERUiaoa m g trains connect at "WiscHrs-p- x Address Geo. W. Davy, room 17, , Samuel M", Duncan. colonial days 01 Virginia had the effect and Qatrklr. Ceres wMuu!! It r with Lexington and points vrest. Koiiyon Building-- Louisville, Ky. CUiirtcta poirerfnlly men regain lost carSood: or 1. Truly Thy Old Friend, li. Voqdv of causing him to be an inveterate enNicholasville, Ky., Sept. 4,'lS98. Sid Mt. Sterling and points east. Foiblank applications and other in- - raenroeoTcrCnraNcrvsausii, remtbfet Tlsor. .A.bohitetySKtir- -' aniced to I Oiit-goiirft "V 1 1 artlTf William Prick. traius connect at Livings- - fociSation, inquire of emy of all who Tvcre connected or in Xmnateacy, ft'lahtirKmltilor, t,IitPewrv, ii n L'atUBjc Mfeiaor-jr. px vitii. Curnberhind V.'uKIhz cither f c."l Gap. Knoxville "BRYAN TrfE ONLY HOPE. sympathy with the English church. In J. TEVIS COBB, Attorney, P. S. I will be at Frankfort next asd tfetti of teif atu or rrwrsft 4.r ' louisville and intervening points. ti(ierrt(i. ,3rt'.offl3nitrBlcnnHBtJCA. r the following letter to Capt. Edward Monday-Scat let iraetriet ttaposa a wortiilcss suantituto o .Richmond, Ky. g T03!l-An')- lt trains coHnect at Rowland George Thorpz, yle!iUartcrprnat. Pnyne, it will be seen that he dislikes The way to maintain the Inw and preCol. Price enlisted in the armies of tbc SisPSKfEK'S riXRVIGIt, orlMntT.- . CSimiicrland Can mt fw i".' near Stanfordl with Ca.3 bo carrtcU la Tat yociteC yreMu4 iirti wi I Cecond Street, between Main and the aristocratic airs of the clergy of tho Revolutionary war in 1777. lie ivas vent a concerted moveiuentj to rob the CnoxviHe, Lonisville'.aad intervening jf 1 pir I. or foe MnHlr A. TUmmr iir3. Casperi was given a year in written GwirsBle t Cure avftetumA 'J Water, rear of Dillirrghain bnilding, English church and invites all married that year to Miss Marry HI1UJ. t "y -f people, is fo elect William J.'jBryan Presjihejl penifen'tiary "by tho Iknviile. to do all kinds ...ichmocd, Kv. Ready iafowtfo,-.iqairRICHMOND, iKENTOOKYt; " ! friende perseof three months after ibis mar- - ident. Nothing abort of t&is will an- bk of blacksmith nig promptly in the best the hCircfait donrtter horse Ue aew SM byjSibw 7" tT tl JS - M .mju.-sga- st . " M at jncUBya, tjt Irru' Co und W . & Baptist neighbors to eat oysters I riageho' entered the .army, and his first awer, tiaogsoB uaauer, 7 cuted h y workmanlike manner. : u Wye. iter aggttfcr. .IVwlillBEHiHilZiBKflimHkflBMHHiaMIKIiaBB w . --3?&;r -- ;. - - I . ts . " : J ., . ? II. T . : v ii: lt i J-- ; c n.i ii. iir - .I i P?f if JA5 - 3 .i. - ccswa Jti. JSf. i.. 'r - f 'l4S '"- 1 H -- M - JASPER, December lio 1787. J Col. Luke Allen: I invite you and other friends to my house on Christmas day to eat turkey and oysters. I have a barrel of peach brandy, five years old, and I hope you and all my Baptist friends to sure and come, as I expect to leave for new plantation in Kentucky about the 20th of January. Our Baptist friends and members of the English church are very unfriendly, and this unfriendly spirit and hatred has been greatly aggravated since the close of the war for independence, with a few exceptions, such as Bishop White, Old Doct Dieche and Mr. Muhlenburg. Most of the clerof gy Brillish the church had no sympathy in many portions of tho country with our people. Most of them with an obstinacy characteristic of hypocrites would not pray for our beloved leaders and would insist on reading the prayer for the British King whenever they performed divine service. It is natural for Baptists to dislike such lordly pretentions and to despise a people who aim to copy the aristocratic airs of a church stained with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus. Such a church is not suited to a liberty loving people. Any church polity or doctrine that conflicts with the free spirit of our country can not escape general condemnation. No form of church government that does not fall in with the prevailing princi ples and tastes of a freedom loviug people can ever prosper in our country. We love liberty too well for such creatures to ever succeed in establishing again by law the religion of Britislr -- St.utokd County, Virginia. PIJICES HALL, ) twenty men at once attacked the double palisade. When the red coated ions of bitrh shouted in alarm "Here comes the damned rebels, shoot them !" He was soon knocked on the head, but a terri.1 For riolation of Section?? 3258. :i259 and 3200, United States ','"" Statutes. I did on June 3, Wngersrille, E?H11 conn seize one Copper Still, fr of about 05 gallnns, also one copper still cap and about 25 feet of copper worm. Any person claiming the abore described propertr mar file with Chas. H. Rodes, Collector 8th District of Kentucky at Itichmond, or the undersigned 'at Hammack, Ky., within 30 dnya from the date hereof, a claim to said seized property, and execute bond with good and sufficient security in the sum of $250 for the recorery of said property. If POLLED ANGUSES. no claim is made within the prescribed timo thn nrnnortr will bn A bunch of fat cattle (black polls) hidrertiped and sold in accordance 'old at the Chicago Yards last week at with Section 3408 of the United $5.30 per cvt. In these times such a States Rerenuo Laws. Thomas Avstix, I). C. price is easily equal to ?6.50 when mon1S96. This 18th ey is Trash (dark or aamagCilj$-l-Qto 1 50 Common colory trash 2 00 to 3 50 Medium to good col trash 3 50 to 5 00 Common lugs not co'ory 2 00 to 3 00 Common colory lugs 4 00 to G 00 Medium to good col lugs G 00 to 8 CO Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 7 00 Medium to good leaf 7 00 to 12 00 Good to fine leaf 12 00 to 15 00 Select wrappery leaf 15 00 to 25 00 The above quotations are 110L .pplica blc to green and frosted crops. Q ViNciiH&TKR, Kv., MaylS, '9G. C Clothing, Carpets, Millinery .it.... mi . aiio xia. Elixir is worthy of every si., you make for it. Send us six bottles more by express. Very truly, BIEIIN & DONOVAN. The above men bought it only lor use in their own families. i3P For sale by "W. "crip STAISS.- - iE GREATEST VARIETY - OF G-OOID- S first floor.... G. AVIIITE. IREAT FROM No. 2. " ble fire was opened on us as we advanced The guns from through the swamps. tho fort spattered mud on us as well as dirty water. Their grape and canister did not damage, more thou spatter mud and water on our clothes. About this time our brave general was knocked on head in the right temple by a spent ball. I instantly raised him up. "March ont Lieutenant Price, carry me to the front, I will die at the head of my men." We bore him forward until we got near centre of the fort and both commands met, when the shout of victory rent the air, our rictory wa3 complete, we carried everything so rapidly that our enemies were surprised. AVe lost about fifteen. Joseph Campbell, of Fredericksburg, was killed, also private Clow, of Philadelphia, and Richard Cly-ne- i; he was from Philadephia, was a brave Dutchman, deeply religious. I hope he is safe in heaven. Hoping that you will soon recover fiom your wounds. I am You Friend, easy and feed dear. Query: If good cattle are worth $5.30 when our industries are all prostrated and the most rigid economy is being practiced by all consumers what are they likely to bring when the wheels go merily round again? ALL persons having claims against The Gazette believes we are much near- iierebv firm of Wharton & George are notified to nresent tho claims er to good times again in the cattle trade verified as required by law to the than mauy imagine. Chicago Breeder's untlersigneti at vaney view .Kentucky within the time prescribed by Gazette. law or the claims will bo barred. Notice to Creditors. ampaign edition; THE AREflA. 3gy& ca fll Lit u r - - T!FS 0-- T MRS. A. D. FLORA. CHARGE OF THE MILLINERY. &,& 8 Gash Buyers- rXl to which Grover Cleveland owes his election. By a fusion of tho Demc-craand Populists in that year tho Harrison electors were defeated in several States, including- Nerada and Nebraska. Why should not the same tactics bo used now as then an J especially when the soiiiid-moneontingent are hobnobbing in erery possiblu way to secure vantage ground. Blue Orass Clipper? ts - In their fusion with the Populists September 18, 189G. 9 Henry George, Assignee. this year the Democrats arc doing precisely what was done in 1S92. and 16-1- Notice to Creditors, ed to present the claims verified as romiireil hv lsiw to thn lindorsitriied at Valley View Kentucky within the tune prescnoeu oy law or me ciaims will be barred. September 18, 1896. S Henry George Assignee. 1G-1- ALL persons baring claims against F. Wharton are hereby notifi- Your attention is requested. Rear in mind that Elder began business with smallest stock in town and now has the largest tLaBi I ) ey i Jtah'fSSS rj THE ADVATAGE OF FREE SILVER. William Price. As before stated, Colouel Price was descended from a Welsh Baptist, ancestry that settled in Virginia in 1720. More than thirty years ago I was at the house of old John Lancaster, who lived near Keene, in Jessamine county. He showed me Col. Price's Welsh Bible, printed in the Welsh language in the reign of King James. Mr. Lancaster bought the bible at the sale of Col. Price, in 1808, the year he died. In that old Welsh Bible I copied the following records: Philip Price was born at Penmochen, The great adrantage of free silver lies in the fact that it will introduco an are of expanding currency and rising prices in place ot the falling market that has so long depressed us. Although the immediate effect of free silvei may be to lessen the volume of the currency drivTO READ BOTH SIDES ing our gold away, yet very soon the iu flux of silver will more than make gool OF THE QUESTION? tho lots of the gold and the volume will rapidly expand. The consequence will Tne New York Journal is the only be that prices will rise, commerce and Metropolitan paper indorsing manufactures will be encouraged, labor will be in demand, many who are unem- Are You Afraid ? Undo Sam's Crown of Thorns. " 1 will not aid to prcs3 down upon the bleeding brow of labor thla crown of thorns." ,, William Jensisgs Brtak. i Chicago, July 9, 1S06. All voters should read the Cam palm Edition of The Arena, which began with the June lssuo and runs to November (6 months), price, Send your subscription to Business Office ot this paper. WANTED men and women at once. J23.00 a week easily made taking orders 'or the Campaign Edition of the Arena. Secure your territory at ence, address AllEKA FCBLISlUMO COIIPAST, Boston, alass. v ONE DOLLAR. &S&SS'0JA Main Street, Richmond, Ky. Bryan and Sewall "Silver versus i. 1. & B, B. Time Table In DIAMONDS. GLOGKS, i ... work-ingme- Ik IP WAT6NES JEWELRY. Gold' El' mv ... .. .... .. .... ... in ----- ..... A ... in , r.. Hard : Times PfiiPR 1 fiND ii mm THKEN i mi ssss ... ALL WORK L. & N. R R on -S- HORT NOTICE. The exact thing for your t Fall Plowing. WHEAT DRILLS, HAEEO WS, EOLLERS, .HAEDWAEE, TINWARE. THE' CLIMAX."" MONEY TO LOAN 2-V-rV- f tit Z o fe$lbil S?li ftFV) MSSiJ Otit-goin- tr 'M eft d (Jut-goin- W' S-- ShacMord A Ont-jcoin- Mf -- :- ys-r- er. -' jw e -- r '&,. -- r 2 i feaftil ;J.. -- JSJ-fi.-- ,5lv of. ':i &"' -- "- . 'ii" 7 : 'Mgsm!ias3BB3GB8fflm. -,-- - lMawaBMBitJHMBhTrMWlril sf5" tip1- o , J if jr "'. sworingiljem through the columns of your paper. Among the many "g wise 'flyings of Abraham Lincoln " rUBLISHCD XVntY WKDN BSDAY BT was the noL uncommon one that ho of a ThQ Climax Printing Go. was Lot In the habit it. crossingtho brldgeruntil he got to Now as question implies that there Is somePRICE PER TT5AR, $1,50. thing that effects la"bor, we all inIN ADVANCE, $1.25 quire into the cause that effects it. It alsoimplies that a condican be than exists WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1896. tion a remedy remedied and as for tho condition that exists as imADYIUTISI1T0 BATES. plied in the question propounded, H O O i H our gold standard friends advise us to tako another dose of their finans 2 r cial remedy which 'will only tend 2 S 5 SPACE. 2 I to aggravate the implied condition of labor. And the question taken as I I i i a whole is based on an assumption ",Bcl around1 which l2 cluster delusions Inches, ?xooti5ojaj$4jo7oo00 17 JO i yj a jo 350 7 00 11 3 Inches, t jo 3 50 3 00 10 00 15 00 23 2$ fraught with greater evil conse4 laches. 300 400 600 12 on 1900 18 7J quences to labor than any delusions 5 Inches. 350 300 7 50 15 00 23 00 34 So V iol-400 600 9001800370c 40 00 that ever pervaded the human mind. 6 00 9 00 13 00 7 00 40 00 60 00 ii Col Col 8 00 12 00 17 75 34 jo 50 00 So 00 The idea around which these deluCol I 10 00 15 00 22 so 42 on 60 00 too 00 sions cluster, is based on an avowed rReidiDj notices to cents a line for first In- assumption that ono kind of money sertion, j cents line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of reKpeet and "Similar mat- must have another kind of money ter at half rates. No specified position. to back it, in order to make it good and stable or in other words money must have a material value in that of which it is constituted, in order to be good as money. Value is not a material object nor the quality of a material object, hence it cannot be measured with nor expressed in material standards, for no man con tell the value of a gold dollar, becauso value is a relation between human beings and objects and is based not on gold but on the amount of labor spent in acquiring such obDEMOCRATIC TICKET. jects. On the other hand no matter what FOR PRESIDENT, the population may be, if tho necesWM. J. BRYAN, saries, the comforts of life, wore as freoas air, accessible to all alike, of Nebraska. and requiring no labor to obtain FOR VICE PRESIDENT, them, there would be neither value AUTI1UR SEWELL, . nor price. Neither money needed, of Maine. nor standards, relative or absolute. This being true it is evident first FOR CONGRESS. that what is understood by the term JOHN B THOMPSON, value is a relation between human of Mercer count'. beings, and a certain object and second, that the degree of said value is FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. has h1 upon the amount of labor reW. S. TRYOR, quired to obtain it. of Henry County. It is in this fact that we must look for value, and not the variations of ANNOUNCEMENTCANDIDATES value, and not in pieces of gold. Again standards to measure by ny FOR JAILER. be of the'sanie nature as ti 'r3 ' r f ief-e- 'JL . j 32 l$& rf fw W v. - C $. "X . - v . , -- - .f- f ijr '- -- .,.. - "' r I; - - -- d? -- v w THE CLIMAX. fc honor ofman, and the virtue of vomen'(ris created, by the money stamp put upon them, by legislation. James G. Blaine was not afraid of flat money, he said in tho course of a speech in 1861, as he held up one of those greenbacks. What Is this? A dollar, and it is a good dollar, good for the farmer, the mechanic, the tailor, and everybody. What makes ita good dollar? Because every dollars worth of property in the "United States is be hind it, and the life blood of every is CO w. X A I 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. FOIt BUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. "Williamson is n o to he measured. We cannot ncasure pound weight nor J yard stick. value with man - Xo' 1 .in the we measure 'or no sane trine, pi it, ..c from fcuch setter for the people. Mus. John didate for Superintendent P"' jeet to the action party--. t FOR ''JpBKi.Nri-SDEST for Madison OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ii It AVagkks is a candidate for J. Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AV. iif FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. S. II. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is H. H. Colyer is a candidate for Sheriir of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic pnrty. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. party. is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic James C. Miller IJryan has made twenty speeches in a day, several times, and is yet alive. Judge Denny has announced himself for Conprcss in the Tth district on the Republican ticket, which will drawjlargely from Col.Breckinridge's strength. THATCHER ii DECLINES. i to John Royd Thacher has declined to accept tho Democratic nomination for Governor of New York. He declined to accept tho Chicago platDemocrats form and the would not accept him, therefore he could not accept the nomination. A better man will now be named. ree-silver AND IT THE SMALLEST. &1 W. Preston Norris returned from a visit to Madison county, Monday, and says that in one precinct alone in that county there are ten Republicans who will vote for Bryan. Jackson Hustler. This is one of the smallest that If orris found. There are dozens of others. pre-cinc- ta OUT Of THE FRYING-PA- INTO THE FIRE. Most of the Republican speakers admit that times are hard, money scarce and but little prospect of more money. Bnt thcr say to get money through free coinage wonld be jumping out of the frving-pa-n into the fire. As we have so long, don't you been in the frying-pa- n think the fire would be a change for the better, and end the matter rathe rthan no change as 6ucgcsted by the Republican party. J. A. SULLIVAN AT VALLEY VIEW. jtk used aesg ctrcB-BffUnc- Hon. J. A. Sullivan spoke to the nonpartisan sound money club at Valley "View last Saturday niglit. It appears to tis that Jeary has taken a queer tumble. This is his first speech since the Chicaj-- e ConveBtiea. He repudiates the plat form adopted by the Democracy at declines to "Jim his name to Chi-,cago.- with fie bolters- - "Under can be stomach the no Republicans. From its evert acts we are forced to conclnde that lie is now making speeches urging the to have nothing to do with any of the corrupt part bans. noo-partiza- NATIONAL FINANCES. .5Lr?? ?" " V The benefits secured to the laborer by the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver versus the evil effects on tho laborer of the free and unlimtied coinage of gold only tvhlch at present constitutes the said standard of value. Editor Climax: The writer being an ardent advocate of the free and unlimited coinage age of both gold silver; at the present legal ratio of 16 to handed the following written questions by the president of the Valley Viow nonpartisan sound money club: aHbw 'will ,tfie free and unlimited oeiaage benefit the laboring man?" Tiiey agreed to accept a written ' aiwtl taJfe the liberty of an- 1,-was good. away the stamp and they are commodities pure and simple the same as corn, wheat and lumber. Thus I am led to como to the following con clusions thatvalue is .an ideal thing, hecause a man can purchase honor by being generous and neither is measurable in gold or silver. Now I am safe over the bridge and as I crossed, I have torn down the superstructure of delusion, on which they based their arguments against the free and unlimited coinage of silver along with gold i. e. that gold Is a standard, to measure the coinage of silver by and that it must have something to back it, to make it and sold. The man who works for tho dollar is en one side, the man who works the dollar against the producer is on the other side, thus ho works tho producer. Labor is helped by curing the evils of under consumption. When the fanner can't buy, the- - merchant and manufacture can't sell, nor can he then employ labor. Men will cease to flock from the farms lowering prices in manufacturing sections when the free and unlimited coinage place to place? of silver restores the price of labor Let the goldites answer these ques- and tho products of labor on the tions. farm. Tiiis reciprocal demand for They know they cannot do it, and products of the farm and products of are bound to confess that gold is no manufacture, will create a demand standard at all. for labor, raising labor prices. But the worst feature of the single Organized labor is tho only thing gold standard. lies in the fact that that has kept labor prices from fallthe number at hand determines their ing to the gold basis measurement value, and thus changes the value of in proportion to the commodities of all tilings measured by it. the country. Should a laborer have Though a person had not a parti- a sure thing, an income fixed for life cle of gold himself, but had an abun- the fact that he can buy twice as dance of tho comforts of life, ho much with a dollar as formerly would bo richer or poorer from day might benefit him. Few have this to day according to the coming in or advantage. J. L. Sowers. going out of this precious standard. Valley View, Ky. According then to tho theoryof our single gold standard friends if INDIAN TERRITORY PRESS ASall our gold should leave our country SOCIATION AND Dr. PIGG. every person in the United States would become a pauper in tho midst of his possessions. From a neat program before us, Was reason ever more abus- it is learned that the editors of Ln- dian Territory have held their aned or ignored? Imagine a peck measure, a yard nual Association. It came off at stick, or a pound weight, which South McAlister, and Dr. W. B. would expand or contract in accord- Pigg, late of this place, was one of ance to the number of them present, tho speakers. His subject was "The and by so doing increase or decrease Editor Doctor." He said: the bulk, the length, and the weight To my youthful eyes, ho was the or the value of all things measured pink of perfection, and I besaught or weighed. Can wo conceive of an him to allow me to assist him in idea more preposterous when such shaping the detiuies of the nation. Mr. Toast Master and Gentlemen changeable standards make of val ues a perfect keleidoscope and of of the I. T. Ed. Assn., and Ladies commerce, a pandemonium of op- and Gentlemen: My earliest ambition deals. Now single gold standard tion was to be an editor; and the friends,I conclude your gold stand- days of my juvenile activity were ard is a false measure and a fraud of spent mid scenes of paste pot and tho greatest magnitude. scisors. Our G. Washington daily Wealth is the productof labor, and boasted a sworn circulation of 300 its value can only bo measured by subscribers. The editor sported a counting the labor bestowed upon it cob pipe, and took his whiskey by relations and circumstances, and straight. it is folly to attempt to measure it I was told that all great journalby paltry-pieceof metal. There was ists began at the bottom, and Benj. a time interior to my being when Franklin was quoted as an four millions of black hu- - example. I consented to place my man being by foot on the lowest rung of the ladder measured tho gold were and climb slowly to glory; to imstandard valued at two thousand millions mortality, to Editor in Chief. The standard gold dollars, yet one man, bottom of that ladder rests on the Abraham Lincoln, in whom reposed composing room floor, and thither I the sovereign power the flat of the went to begin my ascent. I was government with one slrort procla- elected Diabolo of the establishment mation, wiped that value out of ex- and felt proud of the distinction. istence, and those four million huI inked the forms and folded the man beings became as worthless by moulders of public opinion. It was I the gold standard as their vrhite who pied the types and picked them brethcrSjAlas'the standard which upo ne by one. ninliosinavery valuable and liberty It was I, oven I, the new Diabolo who was sent to borrow the paddle worthless. Gold is not money, neither is sil- of ink, and who searched the town ver nor paper. for hair spaces for my superiors, tho tramp printers. It was I, tho It takes the government stamp law to make it money. Take neophyte editor, who ran the job -s -- .s, standards I repeat must unchangeable. Now let us see how your gold standard answers. Is not a gold dollar tlse same thing the world over, and at all times? And is not a bushel of wheat the same thing the world over, and at al1 times? This being true how is it that a gold dollar will measure nearly two bushels of wheat in Valley View and a less quantity at Chicago? How is it, that it will measure a certain quantity one "flay, and less or more the next day? What sort of standards would a yard stick, a bushel measure, and a pound weight be if they performed tho same somersets from day to day, and from tempts the hand asihatday earriaj; which, stopped my 50 cents a ifepkLBalary. ' I was indignant with tho liberties they took with my salary, and tendered my resignation. I felt that my efforts to run thapapor had not been appreciated, and I tfiink thoy felt so too, and so I resigned the pf the paper that was read for twelve miles 'round Tho pathway of the editor is not always strewn with roses, though his office may bo festooned with gourd vines. Double-heade- d chickens may be true and loyal citizen is behind it great curiosities, but usually they and that makes it good. Tho father make poor nourishment A man of Federalism Alexander Hamilton, may read a paper for months and wnose uoctrines form tho corner not complain, hut when presented stone of Republican faith, in his re- with a hill for the same he suddenly' port in 1791 on tho establishment of discovers that tho paper fs "no aca mint said: count" and never was- A man usually expects as much "To annul the use of either gold or silver as money Is to abridge the puffing for an old ilsh head exhibi quantity of circulating medium, and ted at the office as ho would had ho is liable to all tho objections which presented the editor with a whale. There is something strangely ana arise from the comparison of the benefits of a full circulation with the Iogous in the relations that the ed evils of a scanty circulation." itor and the doctor sustain to tho Yet tho professed fillowers of puoiic. you tooK alter tho man's Hamilton in 1873 destroyed half of morals and we look after his vitals. You sustain his reputation, we his our money metal by demonetization thus contracting the currency , rais- constitution. You regulate his poliwo his appetite. ing tho price of gold and lowering tics, and the price of silver until y it is You listen to the public tongue to only worth about half what it was determine tho mental condition of before the act of demonetization. the public, and wo look at the tongue And with the fall in price of silver, oi tho individual to assist us In de the prices of commodities, tho pro- termining his physical condition. duct of labor fell in proportion, as a We are some times paid in chips and whetstones, you are frequently re verified by statistics. What else did that act do? It pro- munerated with pumpkins and green duced a dear dollar, which means low prices for everything the farmer tno inconvenXMOtwnnsranumg produces low a low prices for iences, I am sure that neither of us the output of manufactured pro- would exchange places with a mon arch on his throne. duct. I am sorry that tho time at my dis Does it not necessarily follow that posal is not sufficient for me to pay the demonetizations of the food producing sections of the country though a fitting tribute to the fair ones gathfailure to procure reasonable prices ered around this festive board, to for their products, causes the man- them I would say that if any ono of ufacturing sections to accumulate you .contemplate entering tho realms excessive stocks, and inconsequence of journalism go. But if your in of a poor market, hundreds of clinations lie rtleiig stho pathway in thousands of operators are necessar- where sweetCst flowersv-blossoily thrown out of employment, thus 10 pins, nnn the pollen thereof are robbing them of the power, even at hcalingjpowers, come. ome find J. will crown you witn a tho low prices to purchase tl" nec-&- """"' of pomegranates, adorntiy ife. That ic ss with health garments, ite- -' and jy complexion shall bo Jed octupus disguised under as rose leaves, thy lips as carnations, aamo of "sound money" an thy breath as violets, and thy teeth as virgin pearls, and thine eyes shall "honest dollar." Come, AH lefiecting men are agreed tfiat sparkle like the sapphire. present low prices of commodities ar there is rom in my heart and offico for all'of you". Finis. due to a scarcity of money. Scarcity of money, means I repeat a dear PUZZLED ('ollar. A dear dollar means cheap men. By cheap men I mean low prices for labor. By What He Calls All parties concede a rise in labor Tactics. and the products of labor by the free and unlimited coinage of silver. Covington, September 21, '96. Labor being a commodity is bought To Enquirer : Editor of ngBt tfce. value which - -- NOT FOR J8UCK1TER. The following open letter to General Simon Bolivar Buckner has been JC, -- sr.ijr-- -- - : JK' CWh'i ifimlii LT2i mii ii nil MS. - KMHMtCY rrlir-.-J'JJOJSW. M LEXINGTON JJISTHIl man-agmo- nt to-da- water-melon- s. -- m Treasury Departmnet nor any Subtreas-ur-y has been called upon to redeem silver dollars in irold.and no such dol lars have been, in fact, redeemed in gold.' But suppose silver dollars should feat the regularly selected chambe brought to the Treasury and redeuip tion in gold asked, what" would be the pions of the people's cause, and we believe that when you were led up action of that department? tho the On the first of this month I addressed the following to the Secretary of the Treasury: "Hon. John G. Carlisle Dear Sin In your letter of the 2Gth ult, to Hon. Charles J. Falkner, you say: 'So far as I have been able to ascertain, neither the Leslngton, 111. fe ft BoIU Hand. ing and J. made public : t Rouiuibn, "Dear General: The undersigned Lexington Epworth . i B. Baird. Spcare-- R. old soldiors of a lost cause and voters county, Kentucky, have folt Paris E. G. 13. Mann. of Bath ' a justifiable pride in your political Frankfort G. II. Means. Vnujtfit. career in the past, and some of us Versailles J O A Georgetown B E Lancaster. hoped to seo you elected to a seat in Winchester 11 G Henderson tho United States Senate or any V Mitchell. other position to which you might Mt. Sterling J Cosby. manly Old Fort B F. have aspired. Your firm and M Zibn- -J . T1 'Johnexecution of the duties devolving "Grassy Lick and upon you while Governor of Ken ston. Savage- -. tucky caused us to gladly proclaim North Middlctown F A Hinton that you wore the right man in the right place and that you have made Mt. Hope J H Williams. New Columbia F T Mclntyro. us ono of the best Governors that SwaJlowfiJd Mission E J Terrell evor ruled over our great State. In Kentucky Wesleyan college fact, we were proud of our old comPcarce, President. rade. Corinth W A Cooper. "You have lately been nominated for the Vice Presidency upon a plat- COVJNOTON DiSTBICT J. B. DEEKING, B. X. form wholly at varaince with the CoviiiRton, Scott street F S ToUitt C J views of Jefferson, Jackson, HamilCovington, Eleventh street ton and other leaders of the patri- Nugent, archs of the Democratic party inasNewport Olin Bopsess. much as it denounces doctrine of Highland J AV Crates. States rights and true bimetallism Augusta and Foster B F Chatham.. and eronously declares a single gold California J W Ganfcncr. IV JSi. standard to be tho long established Visalia and Independence principle of our party and advocates Penn- national banks and other heresies, Falmouth T F Tall inferos and while it condemns Altgeldism Carrollton "Vm ShoPSiiU- hTillmanism (whatever they may be Petersburg J W Harm. or represent) is entirely silent as to Morning View Breckinrldgeism. In fact thai man Warsaw R. Hincr. in your State Convention for delegate Brooksville at large received 105 more votes than Walton W T Rowland. our beloved and nearCynthiana E L Southgale. ly three times as many votes as our I W Simpson. Williamstown peerless Col. Jay H.Northrup, whose Bracken Mission public and private character, as well Oddy ville-- W T Benton. as your own, is without stain. Kclat W W Green. "Now, in view of these facts, and Verona Mission the further fact that your running Select High School --T J Dodd. mate who heads the ticket, General A X. KEDD, ! John M. Pnlmer, did, In 18G5, while SUEI.DVVILLE niSTHICT ville-- W F Tavlor. Shelby in the full power and pomp of military power, in Kontucky, Issue an Simpsonvillo F K. Strove. order disfranchising you, not only Taylorsville T J Godbj . Bloomfield D B Cooper. you and us, but also depriving our Spates-Po- rt New Castle W-fathers, brothers and friends, who, Royal G V Boswell through affection and friendship, CaiiipbdlsbniR- - II C Wriit. gave us food and clothes when we W Crutchfitld. Bcdford-- G were hungry and naked, of the right Mi!tnr.- -T Vr Barker. to vote or go near the jpollsjjn-dec-tr JQV. ilnyT unfler penalty of arrest and Prestonville J M Mathews. Lagrange G Frorr. trial by military authority, notwithstanding many of them were strong Eminence II G Turner. Beards J T J Fixer. Union men. And this order being Pleasureville J P Strothcr. enforced by soldiers at the polls in Christiansburg O J Chandler. times of profound peace and months Clay Village after our arms were surrendered, caused in our county the defeat of Gratz-- D P Ware. Pollsrove J M JobnEfon. Hon. D. B. Lacy for the Legislature, and the deleat of tho present Secre- MIDDLESBORO DISTRICT It- - O. MOOrJI, P. E. tary of the Treasury, ;IIon. John G. W K Middlesboro Carlisle, for the State Senate from A EMcClure. the county of Kenton, and the deLondon John R Peeples. feat of Col. J. Smith Hurt for ConWhitesburg-C-WC- lay gress in this District, and many othF B Jones. Preacher3ville ers that we do not now recall. And Pine Hill Mission G G Ragan. our Legislature declaring that no legal election had been held in these Jackson N B Ragan. Godby. East Bernstidt Josiah counties, remanded the contestants Irvine Jas E Wright. to the counties, which resulted back Campton J L West. in the election by the people of all Morehead C E Boswell. those who were defeated by your Mills. leader's orders, backed by soldiers at Frenchburg II R Ison. West Liberty J N the polls. Hazard To be supplied. "We, for these reasons, decline to Clay City S M Carrier. aid you, either in your present inorHazel Green L E Mann. dinate desire for office, or in your inexcusable and selfish attempt to deMAVSVILLE DIST. D W ROBEKTSON P. E. , I J "trwt--BEV V, Vulaski Point U To Mooreland WL Sely. Hughes, flsonry Uoilege J Burni-Ide C iTR U. be supif ed. Jas L " V-- l &a2922&22&2Z'2yt&&22-9'Z'z- . 'i H I Clark. New Millinery. New Millinery! 9 SUES HER PiSTOR, A8ensational suit lias been filed in the Kenton county court by Mrs. 3fary Oweus against Rev. Geo. H. Means, formerly of this place, but until recently pabtorjf Scott Street M. E. Citutch, South Covington. The suit is for S25.0CO damages alleged to have been sustained by the plaintiffs from several articles the defendant had published some time ago. The plaintiff says in her petition that the defendant left her name out of the church book :and called all 6orts of names- - Mr. Means has not as yet made any statement for pubiicatin. Nicholasville Jour-ni- j. f) Fall Opening of our New Trimmed Millinery. & All New. Latest and Most Stylish. Everything New and up to date, p IB 19 Iff t -- October 1 9 ? jLsUg" n III iff ) lursday.Fridayand Saturdai ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THIS ) (3 HF 9s' B0R1 MEAL 9 : corn lineal '"k "" OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE BY THE PROCESS. OPENING. e) (9 e) st X UAVii our store urowasd witn Cc?is in great variety at LuwiibT fKiiJES. d mill at Comer of OrangeAnnd Orchard streets, near the old burnt mill, in Richmond. Custom grinding done. Meal, Bran, Ship-stuot.c, on hand. ff I have started a steam 2 r C We have our Clothing on Second Fioor, when-fin, a large lighted room filled with OvercoaK .Men's Suits in all styles, and prices lower than et-It will pay you to look through our stock. 1 j ej (9 5 i O J.W. Rymel. FROM No. 2. BOOTS. Forty Wo ) Needles sj E . We can only say come and m cases to select frrm Boots, 50c up ; Men's BooK (5 . (9 Campaign Edition. THE ARENA. m Almost Eraiytig in Noting. ej ( Darnin.' lc, Clark's Thread 4- Dolls 5c up, Tea Pot yu; Frames 10c up, 3 Spools Thread KX, Lace Curt i Window Shades 10c up. lc, Lead Pencils lc, Thimbles lc, -, e c (3 HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAPv Hose 5c, Ladies Vests with sleeves lic up We have no doubt the largest sleek to select ii. sh6wn in this city. e s. t ( J -- 2 2 ) ? Blankets 39c. a pair np. Comforts 65c. r ( 9 Uncie Sam's Crown of Thorns. I will not aid to press down npon the bleeding brow of labor this crown of thorns." William Jennings Betak. Chicago, July 9, 1330. All TOtCTS should read the Campaign Edition of The Arena, which becan with the June Issue and rana to November (6 months), price, fiend your subscription to Business Office 9 3 Dennis-Pinevil- le ONE DOLLAR. this paper. 9 9 9 N. Pocket Knives 5c up, Hammers 5c to 2.V. (' Claw Hatchet 39c, Hat and Clothes Ri.-k10V, Fil.-In- ch XX Cut Sc, Scissors 5c to 4Sc, u k U Wheels 3c, Tea Spoons 4c a set. Table Spot.n ;, Spring Balances Sc, Nickle Alarm Clocks ('jtarantr Nut Mes Graters lc. Large Graters 4c, Knives a:i 40c and 50c a set, Wash Basins Imperial Enamelel Ware 15c and 25, Hair Curlers 3c anil 5c, Waiter 1" s 1 f Q) e Handle JMware, Culleii Els. e t) ! -- ct 15c, Crumb Trays and Brush 15c, Cooking Spoon 1. long 3c, Cooking Spoon (heavy) 17 inches lon-- 5. r WASTED men and womrn at once. $25.(10 made taking orders for the Campaign EdIUon of the Arena. your territory at once, address Secure a week easily TRUNKS S1.50 DP. TELESCOPES 35c, ARENA PUBLISHING COMPANT, O Boston, Mas J. Eats and Caps All Prices. np. Q Respectfully submitted to the Landrel Shirt; Are 'i. You L ELDER'S SIDES -- Maysville into the mountain at Indianapolis, Yours Respectfully, and tempted of the devil, you should J. M. Ranson." Iu answer to this Mr. Carlisle sent me have said : 'Get thee hence, Satan !' "Wishing you full protection to Circulor 123of the Treasury Department with tins sentence marked. "Neither your property, and success when in silver certificates nor silver dollars are re a better cause, we remain, yours in deemable in gold." This answer was di- remembrance of the past. "A. W. Basoom and thirty other rect, conclusive and without ambiguity. soldiers." And yet only 2 days later, in a letter to mt. James r. xieim. ne savs: 'It is The Czar andj Czarina are visitng not doubted that whatever can be law Queen Victoria at Balmoral Castle, in fully done to maintain equality in the Scotland. exchangeable value of the tno metals will be done when it becomes necessary, Awarded and, although silver dollars and certifiHighest Honors World's Fair. cates have not up to the present time been received in exchange for gold, yet if the time shall ever come when the parity cannot be otherwise maintained, such exchanges will be made." It is as difficult to understand the jwlicy of the Secretary as to pick out the pea under the muuipulation of the shell worker. J. M. Ranson. East Maysville M W Darlington. Millereburg WM Britt Flemingsburg M W Hiner. Tilton M S Clark Hillsboro P S Ross. iltCamiel A P Jones. Siiarpsburg M T Chandler. Carlisle C F One'. Owingsville J S Walker. Saltwell J R Nelson. Vanceburg EE Holmes. Mt. Olivet L G Wallace. Shannon J D Redd. W D Welburn. Germantown Tollesboro S X II Pollitt. Dover B K Mus-jMooreileld R II Wightman. . J S Sims. Afraid TO READ BOTH nuflli oiuiiu Main Street, Richmond, Ky. OF THE QUESTION? The New York Journal is the only Metropolitan paper indorsino; vSSAfiASSSSSiSSiSSS ? w lip M III IE weseann ca h ci hbh H to? xi 3 ? ia-- H 2? a & Bryan and Sewall and it daily publishes articles by the leading financiers of the country on both sides of the question, w Ill k&s-J.te ADYANC: A U "h3 r--J v"" sljh &a iW te'ite" y. Rfijffcn DR Ruddell's Mills-Ki- nney "Silver versus Gold Pope. V it5"V b 5Sra I. "" Mission E Allen. Millereburg Female Collge DANVILLE DIST It is progressive, liberal and always the cause of the masses. Every broad minded man should read it, whether Republican or espouses 1 lit C II W F VACGIIAN. Ii The exact thing for your J R Savage. Harrodsburg J E Wright. Danville Nicholasville T W Watts. Ferry ville EH Godby. Mackville S. W. Peoples. Chaplin W T Ecklar. M Democrat. CREAM PRINCE BISMARCK FOR METALLISM. BI- Independent Action by the United Slates Might He Says, Assist an Internationa Agreement A Letter to Governor Culberson, of Texas. BAKING POWDfR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ' Lawrenceburg J M Wilson. 1 Iff f01 1IL Subscription for Ono Month, including Sunday - - - 40coata Two Months and a Half - $1.00 Send subscription to -- FaSS M Plowing. WHEAT DKILLS, M Salt River W L Clark. Sal visa M F Moore. Wilmore J A Sawyer. Burgin C M Humphrey. Dally --- --- i cent everywhere. Lancaster FM Hill. Stanford W S Grinstead. Richmond G W Young. College Hill W F Wyatt. 1 HARROWS, ROLLERS, The New York Journal, ClrenlaUon Department, NEW YORK. HARDWARE, TINWARE. - "'i fL -- ' n M- .1 4 They iiccuso us of wanting fiat money. They ought to know that all money is flat money and that without the fiat of sovereignty nothing is money, benator vest ol Missouri, in a speeclrfttKansas Gity, October tllat the Intrinsic val- gold amlsilyer is' almost notli- - oWvur Ii imii Hindis minrTinP" in'nn ue.-oir ,ro3TTF5T!3sl AT. - 'j i3T? "i. . ' J . i f presented in various forms, but in a ills general way it may be said to bo first whether the United States shall adopt the single gold standard.or second, whether they shall adopt bimetallism with both gold Jind silver as the standard ofprimary money. siSl The argument in favor of each is mm well known to you, but it is particularly insisted that wo should adopt the policy of bimetallism because the supply of gold in the world for coinage is insufficient to meet tho demands, and because such a standsra. ard will still further depress the values of all property. Which in your judgment, is tho best policy to adopt, the gold stand- mm ard or bimetallism? mm What effect, in your judgment, will tho immediate adoption of bimetallism by the United States have on the cause of bimetallism in Ger- mm press and monthly changed the many and other great commercial Em nations? office towel. I the embryonic journrJJ"5? C. A. CUEBEBSON, alist who tasted the rollers, and mm Governor of Texas. pasted the office cat to the editor's ftillsJ) In reply Prince Bismarck says: table, and when by these and other Friedrichsruh, Aug 24, 189G mm labors, I was allowed a stick, my Honored'Sir: Your esteemed facup of happiness overflowed, and left vor has been duly received- - I hold a greasy spot on the floor. After this I advanced rapidly. I that this is tho very hour that would i TrUa' learned several of the boxes, and bo advisable to bring about between mm could easily distinguish a hair space the nations chiefly engaged in tho HJB world's commerce a mutual agreefrom a slug. was near when ment in favor of tho establishment I felt that the time i I would mould the public mind and of bimetallism. Tho United States are freer by far teach tho President and cabinet how to .earn their salary. In fan- In their movements than any nation cy I could see myself seated in tho of Europe, and hence if the people of sanctum with an eighteen carat sur- the United States should find it rounding my head as big as ,a halo compatible with their interests to cartwheel. And I could hear the new tako independant action in the diDiabojo, my successor, yelling for rection of bimetallism, I cannot but believe that such action in the dicopy, Butjilas, the best .Jakl plans of rection of bimetallism,;' would exmice and men ".ganjtaftagleo."- - A ert a nio6t .salutary inflpeHeeupon. day.in!,Alicilever amo m sweet to the consummation of iuterfiat&rmi mm mi DALLAS, Texas., September, 20. In a speech hero last night Gov. corCulbertson read respondence between himself and Prince Bismarck on the money question: . Sir: The .grent question of finance is now of supremo interest to tho people of the United States. It is the-follow- ing 0 ffi pEs3 ra rr? fefraJ frai MmdMMMdimmmMMMm f3 gJsjgMfgi ilraBirarilrirBriJBirlJirWlB B Hjplfi jjglB Sfil til! GARN THURSDAY NIG 1 Pa BrSi RICHMOND, K t- KENTUCKY. m.. a t K3"g Hi gjai mm $ V ACW.'il a IP h, . Sle,. tosav &,. rf SU DIAMONDS. GL0GKS. ras mm WAT6HES JEWELRY. " m K . . mm iSSSSSS&O QSSSSSSSSJ Will speak to the Bryan Club at the Court House in Richmond, on OF WINCHESTER, A New and Nicely Selected Stock Just Received and at ... . pa Fplgjijl sraL lit mm Hard Times - P inp SND SILVER . OLD GOLD -- -- hursuay Nigh P II TKKEN GSS8UIIE m m on o r lip pi IVERYBODM m IED t s- - ALL WflffK DONE --S- HORT '' -'-- C Jr A im":W--:- i , "iTZk N-- .... i m v ill (" At. T si5fc.'j m T . ijr m NOTICE. wmt99mmmbr$&?zss3 t 0 . . - ZHI JSEZZAn - ,S. : J -- j. & 1! rg;m M : V1' "HstfdteSSf rn ii -- THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. SEPTEMBER S6, is O- MM Officers. LaptMuleMsi'rinary will meet at I?PW; V " 5' """i jriEl - - ' ' "IfS-Mini 5?i ; V fcf , -- ifc 1 1m 1S9C tho lttdIife,'lt(K)tn on Main Street on Tuesday. ctoler 6th, at 3 o'clock to elect offi peaking at Kingslou. JudgeJ. C Chenault spoke to the Bryan Uub at Kingston on last Satur Foot-ba- ll and barbecue at Silver day afernoon. One hundred and twenty memJers of the Club and about eighty y. Creek citjns, a number of whom were Jesse Cobb will speak at Doyles-vill- o were piescnt. This is one of Saturday night. Aq most active Clubs ia the county George Chiton is an boy at every member of which means business. the home of G. F. Bradley. , Charles, Bill and Joe. i Judge John O. Chenault will spealitf lion. C. J. JJronston introduced Sir. Kirksvillc, Saturday night. Bryan to his Lexington audience, to-da- Tuesday week, October don day. registra &&,. IfeJiia Holman' died t QOHr y, Million, in Juradison.eounty,on opt. 23, 1800, aged probably 07 yenrsi "Widow of J. M. Holmau and inotajorpf Pouutoin Holman, of Lexingtcln, nnd Bctijamino Holman, of JNowbyVMfttlison county. Buried on TbursdAy at old Nowby place. Wed-nesdiv- i& i ? ,. n U. : ? 5 m - iPSPf- . -ft fl5"s :- , -i j-e-- . . TH 'mw ., . '"i'rjf r $- i 1 J55fc $ it v T TTZ fief, d. Family Fight. and iu this way got advantago over his competitorh for the Congressional nomination. Thero are peoplo Engleman wants to sell his butcier moan enough to say that tho line Promoted. sliop at the K. C. Depot. See ad. Italian hand of Senator Blackburn The Franjkfort Capital says : "Mr. P. II. Sullivan and J. TeisCobb "was visable in this proceeding. Ernest L. Carutcbor, of this city, who Georgetown Times. at Ited House, Saturday night is attending school at Central University atRichmond, has been proMonument in Cave Kill. - Five weeks more and you will Inow A monument to cost $3,000 is to be moted to Sergeant Major of the winch way the kitting's. gwbeter of cadets at that college. placed over the grave of, Maj. Gen. L. , amp. II. Rousseau in Cave Hill Cemetery, This is thei third promotion Ernest Infant of John and Maggie Cldham Louisville. The general was born in has receiver within a year, and his Iot died Sunday night, after Jho brief this county in the early part of this many friurbls hope that it will not be xistence of one w eek. long beforL he will win his shoulder century. Stanford Journal W. D. 11am, of the Globe Tailoring The wife of Gen Itoasseau was a Dozier, straps." of old ' Winchester Court. Co, is openiug his samples at Dieker-son'- n of Louisville, and a James Dozier, of Madison county. barber shop on Main. J. A. 3lamsey, auctioneer, reports 800 cattld on the market. Hon. George M. Davie, cf Louisville, A Large Family. The Other Side Rises to Remark. will speak at the Court House, Monday Best feeders, 1,000 to 1,200 lbs, 3)4. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yantis and Plain, 1,000 lb feeders, 3J- ai o clock, for Palmer and P.uckuer. Readers ot the Tho Climax will daughter, of Garrard, are guests of Mrs-A- . Flain, 1VJ0 lb feeders, . recall several paragraphs heretofore w ho has been seriously Daniel, on North Brodway. Mr. G. W O. Field, Heifers, 600 lb, $2 :30. published concerniug an attack on u with typhoid feer at the home of Yantis is a brother of Mrs. Daniel, there Fat Cows, 2c. Rev. McMurry at Pilot Knob church, Lis parents near Kirksville, is slightly being five grown sous and seven daughHeavy bulls, 2c. and that A. B.Haley and others had family, all married and en-jters of the imjroed. Heavy smootho oxen, . been indicted therefore. Mr. Haley ing a fair measure of prosperity, and Cunty Clerk White and Sheriff Mule colts, good to extra, $25 to $40. writes to say that Rev. McMurry anall upright, Christian citizens in their turnout have issuedtheir notices for Improved feeling and all offerings nounced that ho would "hold a seLexington respective communities. awieonfree turnpikes at the Novcm-ln- r sold. cret meeting for women only." To election. " this most of the members present ob)nly 20 Per Cent For Teachers. Fine Arh jected, but told McMurry that if he Republicans will niase a pil-1ral Frankfort, Kv.,Sop. 25, '00. could prove by the Bible that such a The handsomest china painting to Canton, (X, October 16, to see over on exhidition in Richmond is to Mrs. A, T. Million, Co. Supt : be w ill not re-- i. . n, and it is buped It is now evident that theTreasur-ieTwilXTio- meeting wouldsaidcorrect, they would be sBr. in the vin'Jow of iVliita & 1 consent. He it was not in the Nov 3. ...' after be"ablu tolionormy-war--raGibson. It is tho work of Miss Kit- book. T.he.clerk and others sent out con-u- -' - A mighty poor speech" is the on tho first of October for more tie Turner, of Cincinnati, daughter after all tho old andl6adiRg- memo of public opinion concerning the formerly of this than 20 per cent of the fund appro- bers to como and they' did come and ofG. E. Turner, ' rt of Stephen A. Douglas, of Chicago, place. A critical judge of fine paint- priated the schools for the present oppose tho secret meeting. McMurat the Court House, Thursday night. ing hpent an hour admiring this col- year. This is due partly to tho ry asked the men to bring their fact that many Sheriffs have been wives and daughters then leave tho game of foot-ha- ll between lection. In a slow in remitting to tho auditor and t ntral LTniversity and "Williams-'ur- ,r The playful breezes blow ing about yon partly to the fact, as you aro aware, tent nnd not return till after the Institute, host Saturday, "Wil- these chilly nights must speak to your that a largo deficotin tho fund of lust meeting. The clerk then resigned. uiisburg won by a score of S to 6. puree of the necessity of an Overcoat year had to be met .early in July An old member asked McMurry why ho wanted a secret meeting, and he Hon. Alhu 0- Meyerb, of Ohio, a We can 6uit you no matter how hard from this year's fund. .said that ho wished to use languago it speaker, will be here Court day you are to suit without a strain worth Very Respectfully, that he did not wantthe men to hear. at the Court House, and if speaking of on supply of cash on W. J. Davidson, troth go hand. Covington & Mitchell. i want to hear the whole This greatly increased the trouble. State Superintendent. . r linn parties in favor of the The Circal Cojrt. opponents meeting said Policy Paid. the It in need of feuit, overcoat or anyFour poor colored Republicans McMurry and jealous, On last Saturday, Agent B. C. were men's or boys' wear, come and in were sent to the penitentiary by the ur new fall styles. We can please Potts, of the New York Life Insur- announced tho same thing from tho recont Circuit couit; three for houseto Mrs. pulpit, which created considerable ind save jou money. Gie us a breaking and one for horse stealing. ance Company,a delivered $11,500.68, confusion. CVniitgton & Mitchell. They were Ollie Teiill, Jeff John- Laura Bright check for After sorvices, one of the members Mr. James 13. Mitchell, fonnorly son, Sam Moore and Ballard Bron- - tho amount of policy and accumu called to McMurry to come aside, ! t'u- - place, biothor to E. E. Miteh-- I' ston the first for.3 ynnrs, tho second lations on tho life of her husband, but he made no halt. There wero D. M. Bright, just deceased. Mr, f the firm of Coington & aim imru one year aim me last endow- some parties out on the road who Bright took out a l'dl, was married recently to years. $2,500 and only made a firm denial of any jealousy, ment policy - litta Blanche Sutter, at Kane, About 30 indictments were found. one year offorrunning lacked Mrs. but they did not believe in secret out. it Hung jury in the Miller life insurThis, says Mr. Haley, Bright not only receives the full meetings. ance case. Mr John Sionc.of .Missouri, formerly was all that occurred. amount of the policy, but gets back ' l rab Orchaid, and Mrs Malinda Pine the premiums paid, $6,062, and divII n len, historof "'Happy Jack" Miller, The marriage of Mr. Sam Willis, of idends amounting to $2,970.68 Rev. Leroy Estill and His Church Shut Out. unford, Minister to Zanzibar, or PineGroe, to Miss Nellie Turner the making the total of $11,500.6S. The Away back in the dajs, other furrin country, were married approach of which was announced some New York Life is a thoroughly rethe "Old Stone Meeting House" that M WiHik. time ago will be solemnized in Paris, liable and prompt company, and Mr. stood out on or near the road, between To offset our Bryan apple, grow n in the home of the bride, on the 21st of OcPotts an excellent agent. Richmond and Foxtown, granted authorConsiderable ice in different parte l nAtintr tlm rnpon v11 c,ll bat-talli- on des-ende- On SatunLiy'iifcht. P. II. Sullivan and the silver bavl entertained the people attheschool-IAouseamil- e above Valley View on the Kike, from a free-silvstandpoint, whifle his brother, J. A. Sullivan, spoke tit Valley View from a sound raonejstandpoint- - They do Bay that Pat arid the band had a mighty good Audien&e. that kept getting laiger all the tirae-4-v- ou know a band will draw. er nt i' uwnn.-- r' t v i. MrTJolmR. GibeoQluM! recentlye- turned from Colorado. Like every one that breathes the western atmosphere he caught the free silver fever and is now undergoing a severe caBe of Anarchism. Ho desires us to Insert the following fortho farmers o MadiBoh county, and sayB for the gold bugs to put it in their pipe and smokdlit: In 1873 wheat sold from $1.55 to $2 25 a bushel (accbrtlingto SJrofford's Almanac) in New York, in 1894, it sold at 50 cents. In 1873 a bushel of wheat would pay $2 of indebtedness and leave 25 cents to pay for luxuries, necessaries or taxes. Butin 1891 it takes 4 bushels of wheat to bring tho same amount, while taxes and debts remain unchanged. A man contracting a debt of.Sl.000 in 1873 could reasonably calculate to pay it off with 500 bushels of wheat and leave him a margin of S125 for other expenses. In 1873 it took less than 27 bushels of wheat to pay the interest on the debt of $1,000, but each succeeding year has increased the number of bushels, thus decreasing the power to pay the principal, until in 1894 it takes 120 bushels to pay the interest alone, or just 24 per cent- - of what it originally would ban-take- n to wipe out the entire debt, and instead of 500 bushels of wheat it will now take 2,000 bushels to'pay the origi nal debt. MHUBjV-- -. nS3J2 irtasrv.,, f fV7 ieS---- Stl ?. ... rs.-frzn it a . st - -- lif ' . StT- i- -- 4 i P r4.V -- ri r - -. -- r & j tS. ; r - - f 4 ., ?-- PIONEERS molTPRiCES; it ilBfgifglWjllBJSJSraSra ar?yjanHJBrriilfflrftiJHrarBifsmMIa pStD THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices. seLls CO. im.tfBr?aiSrrE3fraSr3JarrHJ RraarRiJaraJJs raBnBrws raJsraaras rMaraJajelsiair SIMfrHlS IrU E frliSlffl ytilsa CLOSING OUT SALE AT . . . Pure Leaf Lard, 5c per lb. Snow Flake patent flour $2 por 100. Arbuokles coffee 19c package. Other goods in proportion. Call and see how low you can buy. FRANK W. MILLER, M'g'r. Minules cl The Teachers Association. HKMamsaEnKwraKwr FIRE STORE. : : .ENTIRE STOCK OF. Si IS) C2E2E3E Tho Teachers Association mot at College Hill Sept. 20, with Mr. C. F. Rroek in the chair. Tlioro were abrfut forty teachers, Including visitors and and a large number of patrons In attendance. Tho program interspersed with .music by tho young people of lege Hill, was carried out in a rs, Col-ve- ry pleasing manner. - 1 2. o 1. U V "t nt county. Next Misses Ayers and Edwards" read papers on the same subject. "How to keep order" was then pre-- , sented by Mrs. Ida Tribble, and being an important subject, it brought forth a lively discussion, after which the association adjourned for dinner. At 1.10 tho association was again called to order, and after music, a very instructive paper on "Objects of Teacher's Associations" was read by Miss Lelia Harris. "How to secure Attention of the Pupils" was then discussed. "How to promote order to and The Association opened with song and pray- r, after which a delightful address uf welcome was delivered by Mr. response by D. Ayers. "Trials of Teachers" was first by Prof. Hough, whom, as a new teacher among us wo wero glad to welcome. All enjoyed his talk and wero encouraged by it, and we trust that he will not hesitate to mingle with fellow teachers in the O-d- s, pro-wont- ed of the many phyj-icills, which vanish before proper effortsgentle efforts pleasantefforts rightly directed. There is comfort hi 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 onl remedy with millions of families, andis everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is thj one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating thj organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in tho 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 skillf cd physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup cf Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. al well-inform- With a better nature Gladness Comes understanding th of BraMtQ AMU PAUL GMM V-- N-r- - ' --i N si ' -I- I :WILL BE CLOSED 0DT AT FIRE PRICES l T Men's Pants Any Price. KT( T L Men's Suits Any Price. L.N! -- C3 Boys' and Children's Knee Suits 50 cents. Youths' Suits almost given away. -- 1 I I MHJ vciEnsrs- viYii. X i 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: yiClark's 0. N. pEJ pi sip TlW fiftffirt St ?vi?& S sSisS? 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. MEN'S Shirts, 25c ; - - FURNISHINGS. Suspenders, 5c ; Handkerchiefs, 5c. Socks, 5c ; White caps whipped a man nearTToIedo, hanged him till nearly dead and then buried him alive. I mm mm mm thj 53 Eats Very ''y i f s ' boys'. iUi S -- & -. T. Spool Cotton, 3 spools, 10c. m mm rrthaj IcarrJi Mf fed Cheap. ps pB MILdMNERY ! J. C MILLER, MANAGER. Trunks, Valises and Telescopes, 14 Ladies' Trimmed Hats to close out RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS CHEAP- 50G - Eraanciprtion day was largely at Springfield, 111., Tuesday. cela-brat- HENRY KLEIN Me mm YOU 1 SON, 210 Main St., Richmond, Ky. pa. ill There will be eight national tickets .n the field Prohibitionists, Nationals, Republican, Socialist Labor, Democratic, Silver, Peoples, National Democratic. CM.SHEARER, SALESMAN, - from school" was opened by Mr. Ball Bros , of Woodford, have sold to a HerbeuLewisjincl freely discussed after which Miss Mary Berry favored Cuban planter their gelding, McKinlev, us with a recitation, entitled "The orSSOO EpgpjinpaCTEliTpBi HAT 2TSVSH BS s araUIlpUslpini "v7B ALTHY. - . Unjust Balance." , ioi . .oy ' "Duties of Trustees as to visiting by A. . iccently won a race Faients to encourago Attendance" Vienna, in Austria. was noxt presented. Trustees were invited to tako a The Orphan Brigado will be enterhand were addressed by Mrs.JJ. Har- tained atNashville at an early day. ris, after which all were highly enHcw's This? tertained by a quartette from Estill -- county. i I 30-ye- ar 1 1 -- After short talks from Mr. Robert for any case of Catarrh that cau not be Morso and Mr. Scudder, in which cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. the good influence of music was F. J. Cheney & Co. Props., highly commended the Association We the undersigned, have Toledo, 0. known F. J. adjourned. Cheney for the last 13 years, and be The following resolution, was lieve him perfectly honerable in all adopted: Wo, the teachers of Madison transactions and financially able to Co.. oxtend our thanks to pacarrv out any obligations made by th( ir trons and teachers of College Hill firm. and vicinity for piofltablo entertainWest & Truax, Wholesale Drnggjs's, ment, excellent music and bountiful Toledo, Ohio, Walding, Rinnan & Mardinner. vin, Wholesale Druggists Toled. Ohio. hes-ine- ss .w We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Grove-Pari- PERSONALS- - I id -- i.- - ante-bellu- m Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle- - Sold by all druggists. free. 13 1G ls orchard, Capt. W. II. Ad- of the It. N. I. it B., has found a nkt e on a Democratic fanu w ith the rd McKinley lcautifullv cared on it. Uobt White, of Wlnic Hall, is now Kjlevman for Woolstein, at the New irk More, this place, aud if aou want t. tie nicely waited upon, invest a few i umln-dollars with liim. i d take supper at the Phoenix dent, presiding, that will be watched Hotel. The bride and groom will then with interest by trustees, teachers Cubans continue exceedingly troublenett. leave on the 10.40 train for Asheville, and patrons in general. Henderson some, while the Spaniards continue to Wheeler, a patron of public school Dr. Lambuth, of Nashville, mado assert that they, the Spaniards, w ill soon N. C Lexington Hemld. district No 4, Cottonburg, complains Rev. Dr. Young a briei visit last rise up and slay the last one of the CuJohn I. Rogers Dead. McCreary's Opening Speech. that tho trustrces. J.. M. Long, and week. bans. I'.iiler John I. Rogers, of the Christian On Wednesday night. Governor W. A. Sanders, retain a teacher, S. Mrs. Mug T. Evans is visiting her reliiirch, died at his home in Bourbon spoke to the Bryau Club at the M. Tudor, who is obnoxious to um w. miiEY atives in Boone county and in Kansas aged 77 ycara. He Court House. is remarks were based tho patrons. iunt.laht Wheeler is repreCity, Missouri. i i been m the iiiiiiitry oo cirs. on the proposition that the country had sented by P. II. Sullivan, the trusOf Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Dr. Nichols, of Paint Lick, has re better take Cryan and Democracy than tees by J. C. & D. M. Chenault, and Committee Meeting Called. Wiight's Celerv Capsules. turned from a stay of several months in McKinley and Republicanism, the County attorney Cobb is acting as Tt c Democratic Campaign Committee SheUmille, Ky., May 20, '9G. To the North-wes- t ar. arnebtly requested to meet at Win. former representing States Rightp, low advisor for the court. There are Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Mr. F. C. Brown, representing Comi. nub's office, on County Court day. tariff, opposition to force bills, trusts lift j witnesses. Gents I have purchased a box of equals it." Lauisa V. Craig, Ellen-burmercial Building Trust, of Louisville, is An Anderson county mob, following Later The case came suddenly to a Important and combines. 0e latter, centralization Wright's Celery Capsules- - from G. L. x' Monday, at 10 o'clock. Fla. on business. here of power, high protective tariff, promo- close, last evening, by compromise, the G. W. Evaxs. Climii. Middelton, druggist, and used them fw the example of the Washington county SOLO IN of corporations and syndicates, petition being withdrawn and the board tion Mr. Harvey Cobb, of Red House, Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- mob, tore down all the toll gites except Bishop' Martinelli left Dublin last w eek Closed. Federal interference with local affairs of trustees and teacher resigning. went to Cincinnati last week to con- pation and found that they give me im- four. and is now on the high seas, but is exRICHMOND. . I). G. Combs closed his meet-iU and like evils. His speech was well sult a physician. pected in New York this week. mediate relief every time. 1 think it iji Prominent Bcrea Citizen Dead. addi-- ti in Pooey with twenty-fiv- e Marry This Girl, Sonsbsly! aud roundly applauded. Mr. Robert II. McCreary, wife, aud excellent remedy. Six officers ordained. He Arthur J. Hanson died on Friday 'iis. Sjsnn as if all the thing we like dis Bronsion a Probable Winner. childrcn.'of Chicago, are visiting Gov. Yours very truly, pronounces it an excellont meeting night and was buried in Berea cemI have been reading in your paper agree with us, and all the things we Mrs. McCreary." and 9 Geo. W. Riley. Seventh district delegates meet to- etery, Sunday. He had an attack o t n davh. about several men aud women that have don't like, agree with us. Dyspepsia Miss Allio Tribblo leaves day to nominate a Democratic can- peritonitis last spring but recovered Election betting is dull in New York. and I lurks in most of the good things we cat, been very' successful Miss OUham's Opening. for Stanford, to visit Miss Janie didate for Congress. C. J. Bronstou Mifllciently to bo at his place of busiconcluded I would see w hat a girl could and indigestion follows the gratification M iss Tempic C. Olham invites the Of the 26,000 Populists in Kentucky, Dawson. She will remain several has 05 votes, Settle 55, Carroll 39. ness and looking usually well. On do. I have worked 12 days anl have of appetite. Of course it isn't Natures to heropenin; r of superb 20,000 will vote for Bryan. Hodges got no votes. It is believed Wednesday he aided in arranging for weeks. iu 1 ru.? ra e sold 151 irons and have 218 dollars left fault. Nature docs the best she can, and r Sat-an- d a r on Thursday, IIS UI it il that Bronston has sufficient second a parade, but on Thursday could not Mr. H. O. Cecil, of Mercer county, paying all expenses. Everybody if a man will only help her a little bit after THE MODSaiT H0T2ER 3. Call and instructions to elect him after Carurdaj October 1,2 a C. U. student, and who was late be present. Surgeons operated on is delighted with the iron and I sell one at the right time, he may eat what he Time Table No. 24, h r choice selections ' over Busy roll is dropped. here at tho opening of tho college, him Friday and ho died. Deceased almost every placo I shew it. as people likes and asmuchashelikes. Dr.Pierce's 15 More Has found her little ones aro improvWhen a Madison man goes after a was a native of Bracken county, had has taken the stump for Bryan. fect May 12, 1895. think they can't afford to be without one Pleasant Pellets are for peoplo "who are ed more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, thing you are liable to hear some- lived at Berea more than twenty-fiv- e Promoted. Miss Theodosia Leavell, of Richmond, Particularly as they save so much fuel and time and troubled with indigestion. 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. t the recent meeting of the State thing drop among the other fellows, years, most of which timo he was a returning home from New York, spent when in need of the laxative effect of a don't burn the clothes. I know I can for those in whom it manifests itself in EAST BOUND. No. ,. No. No. 9. No ,. gentle remedy than by any other, and Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSan Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. Lodge of Knights of PUhias, A C. therefore we confidently expect Mr. trustee of Berea college. Ho was for clear five thousand dollars in a year. the form of constipation. The "Pellets" 'rand T. M. A. M. A. M. A. X Harry McCarty Nicholasville Journal. that is more acceptable to them. Chil- How is that for a girl? reen was elected Grand Prelate. He is Bronston to receive the nomination a timo postmaster, but for years had are quick aud easy in their action. They Venailles. 8 55 iq 4u 40 dren enjoy it and it benefits them. Tl e and also to be elected. A Graduate a drug store. Was a member kept are in perfect harmony with Nature. NicholasTiUe n 14 y 35 10 a in the line of promotion, and at the Miss Mary Earans is visiting rela- true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufa: Valley View 4T 10 55 7 58 . of the "Church of Christ at Berea." Old Debt Paid. Splendid, my girl, splendid, you are a They effect a permanent cure. Yon Million prjpertuue we hope to see him Grand 8 ia 11 i't tives in Clark county. Sho writes tured by tho California Fig Syrup Comit ao . m. r. (. liauccllur. Leaves a wife, son and daughter true American girl. Anyone can get need tako them regularly only a little Richmond- -. back that she is assisting her uncle pany only. "Free Turnpikes." In 1816, just fifty years ago, Mr. R. 3 30 12 15 1330 pm 13 1G complete information about the self- - while. A f ter that, use them occasionally Union.- .12 a3 ia s" Elder's Millinery Opening. John Elkin to break a pair of oxen. McMichaol was teaching school at May ancf Julia, both grown. Moberly ro 11 31 Much excitement was caused here A. J. Hanson was a noble, gener11 U S? In Cincinnati betting fellows are ask- heating iron by addressing J. F. Casey & when you need them when you have BrassfieM Goshen church, in this county. S. McMurtry, of Jouisville, Dr.IJ. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, yesterday morning when it Avas Panola 2 10 12 49 ous man, a valuable citizen, and his Co.. St. Louis. Mo. It seems to be a eaten anything that disagrees with you. formerly a resident of Richmond, has ing odds on McKinley in Kentucky. Irrine 12 r 1, 2 and 3, E. V. Elder in- - Among the pupils was Mr. R. J. 3 20 commnnity has lost one who willbe learned that the various winner, as everybody selling it writes in They may be taken just as freely as you t s you to call and see his magniG- - Alexander. A prize was offered for oQhe county had been visited on returned from Europo,whero ho was a SENT XT TO HIS HOTEEP. ZS 0E3- - its praise. (3) dilllcultto replace. would take water or auy other necessity No. 2. NoTiT NO.8. iNa.10 at lint of new and stylish milli-- n good lessons and it was won by Mr. the previous night by a band who delegate to an International Medical icAxrr. cflife. Once used they are always in WESTBOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Crrcsponden Must Have Lied. By some means the r . Mrs. A. D. Flora has chargo Alexander. destroyed the gates and served no- Congress. . Citv Council of Leadvillc has asked favor. r. m. T.U. teacher was called suddenly away, Inrine 3 40 1 3o The following dispatch from Rich- tice on the keepers that no moro't oil that department. Mr. Kurg Harrjson, wife and two who is in tho em- the Governor to proclaim martial law Mr. Jacob Panola 4 add the prize wSis not then delivered. mond appeared in a recent issue of th was to be collected. They went children, from Alton, Ind., Mrs. Garner Night. 4 40 tramps, vagrants, hobos. Japan has again been scourged floods, Brass fieli ploy of the Chicago Lumber Co., at Dcs in that town.the Mobcrly- Mr. McMiehael went to Lexington, Courier Journal: "Co!. N. D. Miles, Re- 12 5 10 , storms and earthquakes have caused a Umon IU some interference along the line, about tho matter in a quiet and de- Pauline Harrison and Miss Kato Moines, Iowa, says: "I have just sent and the like are so threatening. a 13 3 '3 where he has been engaged in busiRichmond 6 05 3 30 publican elector for the Eighth district, liberate manner, making no noise Wilson, from Evansvillo, Ind., are some medicine back to my mother in 3 40 300 loss of two thousand five hundred lives Million . II jii. John E Garner, of Winchester, did 6 20 J 00 S3" ness since that. time. - Last week, while in this city yereterday, stated that Gray Hate made Bark. Valley View and millions of dollars iu property. 34 5 57 attempting to harm no one. At visiting Mrs. Belle Rayburn, at her the old country, that I know Jfrom pern speak here last week as announced. 6 jS NichoIasvi!le 6 jj while on a visit to friends in this city Senator J. C. S. Blackburn declared to and last November election the ques- palatial homo on Hillsdale street. 33s Versailles.. the Mr Garner will 6peak at the court sonal use to bs tho best mediciae in the 4 3 7 SS ?33 We live in a country of which the he met his old pupil, the lirsttimo in your paper a statement that I Elder G. W. Walker camo through world for rheumatism, having used it in Zulusaw in would restore any head of principal scourge is stomach-troublnight. The Bryan & half a century. Tho pleasure of him that it was the intention of the tion of free turnpikes was before the T.U. A.X. Vulier free silver men to allow no sound people, and the vote resulted in its i wall club will meet and everybody is raturn Monday d than any other Trains betvreen Lomsville and Versailles daily the meeting was mutual, and, in the money Democrats to make speeches in favor by a largo majority. As tho Richmond county, on hia preach- my family for several years. It is called hair to natural color in three weeks. As It 13 more where ho from Estill ii'tite-lChamberlain's Pain Balm. It alwajB course of the conversation, the prize tho State without interruption. The Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasi-for a sample pack- disease, and, very nearly, more danger-onlaw stood at that time it was impos- ed to an iuterested audionce. He does the work. 50 cents per bottlej fcr I was very gray I sent daily. Tardy Voters. offered at the school was mentioned. Senator 6aid such speakers have no right sible to carry out tho will of tho peoage, and in less than three weeks niv All trains connect with Southern Railway 4o lin Louisrille, and with the (XN.O.fll. One thing that makes it so dangerous and from fnim Joo Rice, son of Charley Rice, who It is needless to add that Mr. Alexander to be heard. He said he would guar- ple. During the late session of tho has, heretofore, lived in Jackson sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. hair was perfectly restored to natural P. to and county, but will now remove to tho You can spend five hours in Louisville, about six is now the happy possessor of a very antee Miles a hearing, but would not was a light red, & that it is so little understood h s at Men do wbrook, Madison Co., minister, Rev. James B color. My wife's hair zn Cincinnati or 12 hours m Lexington and Legislature the law was so amended live and centrally located town of i " ' years old and has nover voted. fine knife, which was the character cf protect bolters and disorganizers. Senator her hair is If it were better understood, it would hours as to make it possiblo to have the Livingston, to which point ho re- Morrison, charged with Oscar Wildii- - and by using Zulu Vulier, Anyone can bo more feared, more easily cured, less return to Richmond at 3o p. to. Lawrence-bur- s I' !an'y Kirby is 35 years old aud the reward offered at school. conduct, committed sui- now a beautiful auburn. Blackburn encouraged a lot of disturbers pikes free. However, this could not quests all communications to him to Douglas-SherlNews. lias n'-get a sample package of Zulu Vulier, by universal than it is now. voted, but says if he lives cide near Boston. here on court day in enterfering with bo brought about without a certain bo sent. So, those who wish to be cured, take f. tt - t to the polls this time be is sending 21 two cent stamps to Wilson & JN. How's This. Judge James II. Einbry, of Washington, process of law. Our county officials In a recent letter to the maunfactureis Co., New Concord, Ohio, and if it does Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it goes to vote for Bryan. Ho lives at A dispatch from Marshall, Ills., Bays: D. C, wlio answered the Senator and have been trying to hurry tho mat.u . i . . ...j.h..i, .k.w w wiu K. O. DIVISION. u.ston, Estill county. not restore the hair to natural color in to the root of trouble as no other medi "There was general rejoicing hero to day was literally skinning him." Mr. Miles ter up with all possible speed, but tator, Rushford N. Y. say6: It may be' a three weeks they will return your stamps; cine docs. The pure, harmless, curative when the Casey Gleaner, a Democratic was here last Friday, and his "attention these things require time. A comIn Effect March 1, ISOft. New Church. pleasure to know the high esteem in it not only restores the hair to natural herbs and plants, of which it ia composed. He stated mittee composed of B. G. Mayes, A. Carpenter, Peter Express for Cincinnati,! Lanes, J D Kev. Dr. Breese preached at Dundee paper, heretofore a '.sound money' organ, was called to the above. LV. v which Chamberlain's medicines are hem color, but will stop the hair tailing out are what render it so certain and, at the A. M. Pans. Mavsviile. Win Louis, Bobert station and formed a M. E. church Sun-d- a came out in a strong editorial indorsing emphatically that he never made any G. Sherwood and D. M. Yocum have Childress, Briice by the people of your own state, wheie iinroedintelyand is one of tho best hair same time, so gentle a cure. chester and Lexington Mullicnn, Lettio of 11 members He also preached Bryan and free silver and denonncinc such statement to the correspondent, nnd been trying to arrange with the own- Cook, DL must be known An aunt of mine, who tontcsma.le, .aid you take no risk, and if .33 It helps and strengthens the stomach, 6.23 mail Palmer and the 'plug hat' Democracy. that Senator Blackburn never used such ers of the turnpike stock for its pur- Coanelison, Geo Noland, Francis at Walnut Grove to a larpe cougrezation, resides at D3xter, Iowa, was about jo it does not batisfy you perfectly they purifies and tones up the3ystem. Cincinnati. Paris, Jlays-When the chase for the last month. Saturday Cole, Miss Nannie Reed. R H who desired him to continue once each The following ia one of the editorial language in his presence. visit me a few vears since, and befoie will return your stamps. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to SI. P. M. vilte. Winch ester, anu expressions: opponents of Democracy are driven to suits wero filed against four roads, Dempsey, Ellen 1T03 2.05 Lexington mail 1..011U1. Rice, L A Clay City Chronicle. leaving home wrote me, asking if they per bottle. .A Reader. (1) "The student of political history must, such unscrupulous methods in carrying and these cases would have come Harris, Franklin Livingston, London, Jel- Dr Breese has several times preached Stafford, L II were sold hare, stating if they were n"t 1.10 hco, Pinoville. 1255 in the calm and dispassionate survey" of in their campaign, it is one ol tlic most up for a trial at the regular October Harris. Susie Sheer, Sidney at the Methodist church in Richmond. Kako it "STour ill, she would bring a quantity with hek A Dandy -Fast line for Livingston, - M. a troublous Jpast, realize that General hopeful signs that they are rapidly term of County Court. So it may bo Jones,JD Smith, Tilla S3lf. Qp0!rj jmuwi (O ;iU.MH, w,3-- " 3"! 11.43 London,JelIico,Knoxville Inventive Genius. as she did not like to do without therir. 3 1!) Palmer is a.daugerous man for any party reaching the end of their row. Thurman, Annie seen that tho matter was being push Jobb, Artis icuppe ar.ss Aun jo ,i!io - Cum jo A new way to make jars has been dis- to The medicine referred to isChambq-laine'- a for Cincinnti, p. jr. News. choose as a leader. Even as jx priWalker, Daniel ed as fast as it was possible. The Johnson, Sallie I have a neighbor that made one of the g tor rc'15 nrcni rrj 3ui:.ps ill iqiuoa A. JI. Fast line qr Cough Remedy, famous for is 3.19. Fans, Winchester. au! put Xirrp) covered, and a countryman near town vate, he is dangerous, and the terrors of 1L43 (.(epulis UOOUO Isinoq 13 Windmills, and I have been jaded 3A!;iiaacjdaim Wiiite, Howard action of these men in defying the Jones, Bell P. M. Rowland, Lancaster and A. 31 has the honor. "With a common saw he cures of colds andcroupj Chamberlain, b People's :iMifSiiid impending munity are realized. Belong- LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Jaw and destroying property is conclosely; it is the best mill I 1.25 Stanford. J. WILLIS, Postmaster. 10:10 cats the top off jngs. After tho election Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame "haer. watching it p. . Rowland, .utneaster and P. . ing to all parties and true to none, it is liavo ever seen and anyone can make one demned by all good citizens. It is jar, willbe plentiful. l.C0imECTEl WlEKLT." pains in me smes anu cnesr, ami ' am going to make fclQ 7:40 d, now in had taste for Gov. Palmer not known just what course will be ON THE WJjEEL Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea for less than $10. I i! Passed the Fiftieth Anniversary of Their to 3133JQ an jnteligent Butler before come immediately andjdon't see why ev 12c lb pursued by tho owners of tho pikes. trains connect at Pake c Remedy for bowel complaints. These two Marriage. ( ""-.- !. jo -- JA) people as a leader of relorm forces aud Eggs 8c doz At most of the gates no toll is being James Michael, a Welchman.lacked medicines have been in constant use ik ery farmer conuot have a windmill when. i with Lexington, Fraakforf, CinciaBati "siraSv e sco;ss,mro trt SQffl On the 1st day of September, the venask the suffrage of men and of parties Chickens (live) 5Jc lb collected, the keepers fearing to tako only four yards of riding his biko twenty make it himself for so little monMaysville and1 intervening points. j vacaAjsnaq , Iowa for almost a quarter of a centum he can .. . . " Tho mill is durable, powerful and . . . 5Jc lb inoney that is offered.' erable Raymond Shearer and wife, near he has not hesitated to betray." trains connect at Wijfeirs-tk- r Chickens tspring) So ar as eight miles iu an hour at New York', Tsjtr.nriiii s.3cijx.5, oijfiirt7 ey. jjo3 " Tho people have learned that they are Tvith Lexington and pofnt3 wet. "The few gold Djinocrats'here are very Ducks (live) Brookstown, parsed the golden anniver" saaisasaj. 5c lb could bo learned only two gates were Friday-can get dia- jt easily. Any jerson j points articles ofjgreat "worthv and merit, Eria runs sary of (heir marriage. fl3JrE s.ojKuq'-- 7nir?PT3p nf S0Y37 and ML SterlinR andcodnfei est. sendCheei.e It was also Mrs mudi discouraged." 10to2JaIb left standintr. tho one? near'1 Clifton trains alr Litisc&-ToxwjtA .Louisville fellow is held in the snni uneqnalediby any other. They "are fcf grams aud complete, directions by , $lKfflUMJSraiK.Bl,Siirj7 . . . 8Jclb and the one on the"roaa that leads jo Shearer's birthday. Mr. Shearer is 81 stamps to E. D. Wilson ijsjGd.a You have a light to the best that Lard ing 18 Cumber&odjGaiJ, KncxriBv j ? ra;ui;toi sav37 of $3000. to appear in"courtupon charge sale by pagan's Pharmacy 3 ears old, but considerable of a man yet, can be Jiad for your money, and we have Beeswax 0clb Wiley Searcy's distillery. r2he mob oi8tealing6ix-"ijicycles- . & Co., 'Allegheny"!'-- ., aud any active Jk if wjJCmv a,99V17 Louisville and interveif bjt poiati. , "! il tHwrejiKir ' -- ,.t, u and like his brother, Sam, recently de- the happy knack ofbuyiug and distrib- Ginseng .....-,,.-. tiiDre-e- et "!. (! $2.50c3.0Qlb was seen by several pewnsjjnjovfri. 2daB.Jiehs a colored' woman, froj BMM1 liaJl UBUOUUlBM)JTBaC IU1ICJ Uj; rr 1 J: - Ml r'U , !".! 1. .1 (near btantord) witk 9ambr-M. 11 to 12c lb Chief of Police Bickers talked sdth ceased, will, in all . probability, live to uting the style and quality of boy's Wool'(Nb 1) pet The Phoenix- - "Bridge Company has Memphis,'tlcturel-tatfe)lops- 188CT SHr KnoinriUe, Loowvttle sod v ww v 1H. They are the parents of John IV. ir suits that bring yjiu bet returns for your Burn: nd Cott- - ,. "-- ' . . . 7 to 8c lb thom. -- swr&td olher&iheyseeawa, w&xl.tlk Cheeapekend'p!u6frailroi pl in,Ii8vil!enaSr'aBd itrJ j&rysjB use of jjriajc $6$ or 160 fcf ':5r " " " PiB- j .!.,., h -, Mr?. Shearer, Foxtown. . . to4clb to bjttutdetermi(rimi aod.nd mIUi3a'e4St.l,. nibodi!jVfSlKt tbewTfo rjrga?&e ttrclet? 3 James W. hard earned aoSan?. "Betfer'see wlwt Green hid ... ..-.':- . s$l h- - yoc am &k it'hi ' nilililhiiiil .it nrrnun tr jnooirp of - u ti ViLi .'i . "I.,- - . r t Jr' Unguely, Red House; Jamestljeardr we en do ipr'you before ttyiug eWe-t IrmtfigttfeB $ ryacM tOirM-OTV-JjW- pi Ce5to6clb d.-a,- V mM of fctmawmranwrajKprHi .3 . 1 - . s fl ' &p and 3Irs. John Gmem, WJaebeeier. - .'A JUNUmT ' ' ! - j'rS&ejBae-K-5 a si fr IF : J It. . " 1 srfe S will Mc-Crea- ry us tober, at 1:30 o'clock p. in. The young Patron vs Trustees. couple leave directly after the ceremony On Monday, a case was begun in for Lexington, and with the maid of honor, Miss Bell, of Georgetown, and the County court room, Mrs. A. T. Million, county school Superintenthe bet-- t man, Mr. Hiram Shaw, of Lex-iiigton, wi-e- 1 1 1 1 1'j-iue- v. u' lr milli-Fridaya- nd ity to the colored Baptists to establish a church in Richmond. This was the first County. The colored chnrch distinctive Baptist principles were laid down for the guidance of tho new church. In time the Calvinist Baptist church became an offshoot of the Richmond par ent church, and Leroy Estill, one of the old Estil family of slaves, became pastor. Subsequently he removed to Ohio and established a church. Finally it came to the attention of Leroy that the old stone church from which the Richmond chnrch derived its authority, had in ye olden time expelled members for belonging to secret societies. As a matter of fact, the Rev. Andrew Tribble, founder of the stone church, preferred a charge against his son John who had then been a gallant soldier in the war of '12 of belonging to the Richmond Masonic Lodge and had him excommunicated. Estill proceeded to have nine members expelled from the church for belonging The ousted members to secret orders. then went to work and had Estill dismissed from the pulpit. Estill then brought suit in the civil cou't forjpossession of the pulpit but was defeated. He next proceeded to organize a new church, of which he became pastor. Receutly the general association of the colored convened at or near Concord, in this county. Estill applied for the ad mission of his church to membership in the aasociation, but the Tote was against him. He is, therefore, monarch of all he surveys, but he don't survey much. He can, however, resolve his little congregation into an association of bis own. Cal-vinis- ta Mr. Lewis Walker, of Lancaster, visited relatives here last week. Miss Ethel Carr, of Paris, is isiting relatives here, Tier former iiome. Dr. L. G.Rice left on Saturday for University Medical College, New York. Miss Bruce, of Vanceburg, is spending a few days with Miss Bello Ben- Dr. Hugh Grant and Miss Florence Anderson, of Lancaster, were married in Louisville last week. Don't miss seeing those fine silver inlaid spoons at D.P. Aimer's, warranted 45 for 2o years and cheap. Don't let anyone persuade yon to take .my thing else instead of Simmon's Liver 'onstipa- - Regulator. Some merchants will try to But you can bo ..w ses do this but not for your good. They do tion causes two thirds of all the it to make a little more profit on someof humanity. Violent cathartics . They will never cure. thing of an inferior quality, though relieve you. What you need is Wright's Celery Cap- you inust.pay just as much for the bad They cure constipation, Sick as for the goud. '"e sure to take Simsules. Headache, Liver and Kidney trouble. mon's Liver Regulaio.saml nothing else. Why? Because they are Nature's Harm- Look for the Red Z on every package. less Remedies and you get 100 days conat a cost of lc. a stitutional treatment Seventh district Republicans oppose day or 14. weeks for 1. Cure guaran- me canuiuacy 01 uenny lor uongress, teed by bankable paper in every $1 box. believing that they cannot elect Denny Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. 1216 and that they can elect Breckinridge. nnnual session of The seventy-secon- d That "Wonderful Churn. the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows was held at Dallas, Tex., last I want to add my testimony to the week. list of those who have used the Lightning Churn. It does all that is claimed &1QKEYMAQELNA UNUT. for it, you can etiuru easily in one minute and get a large percentage more butI have not made less than sixteen dol- ter than with the common churns. I lars any day while selling Centrifugal never took the agency for anything beIce Cream Freezers. Any one should fore but so many of my neighbors wantmake from five to eight dollars a day ed churns, that I ordered SO and they selling cream, and from seven to ten are all gone. I think in a year every dollars a day selling Freezers, as it is farmer w ill have a Lightning Churn in such a wonder, there is always a crowd fact they can't afford to be w ithout one wanting cream. You can freeze cream as they make so much more butter, and elegantly in one minute and that astona good little bit of money can be made ishes people so they all want to taste it in every township selling these churns and then many of them buy freezers as By writing to J. F. Casey & Co., St. Louis the cream is smooth and perfected froz- Mo., you can get circulars and full paren. Every Freezer is guaranteed to freeze ticulars about the churn. A Reader. cream perfectly in one minute. Anyone (3) can sell ice cream and the freezer sells itself. My sister makes from ten to fifThis is the day of anti-thi- s, and teen dollars a day. J F Casey & Co , anti-tha- t, but what people need most nietl-ein- e, 1143 St Charles St, St Louis, Mo., will nowadays is, tho anti-biliomail you full particulars free, so you can Simmons Liver Regulator, the make lots of money anywhere as with King of Liver Medicines, and Better one freezer you can make a hundred gal- than Pills. "I have used no other remedy for six years lons of cream a day, or if you w ish the' anti-biliowill hire )OU on a salary. and known from experience that for Mary A. (1) ladies of a constipated habit nothing T Mm, ffVl T flAi7 LUUli HPn? () Everybody that wants to make monev! Having bought a farm and concluded 'to move to the country, we will close out on r bntcher and grocery business. We hao got the best stand in Richmond for the met business. It is near the L. & N Depot and can be run w ith one third the expense the other meat shops are running on. We have got a good trade, ami it is steadly improin;r. Now is the best time--: he year to engage in the butcher businetS- - Don't miss the chance. 17 C. B. EXGLE.MAN & CO. Personal. Fkke medical reference book t any person afflicted with any special, chronH. rr delicate disease peculiar to their sex Adcre-w-. the leading physicians and surgeons of the United States, Dr. Hathaway Jc Co , 79 Dearborn street, Chicago. 'J! PRIDGEFORD'S ECOPM STIRAflGE, SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM 1 PURCHASE THEM I 'i us y, torn :::.'" ill t to-d- flat-iron- s, m ftuU. ill In Ef 1 Oi-t.it- toll-gat- es 1 1 ! e. $ wide-sprea- . s. Linci-nat- i.. y r go-ni- L. & B. R. List of Letters. il - "Wi-dia- A- Law-encebu- ig -- , .uiianj-berlain- 's Sta-for- ""- .- SHX ...... ... ..... ..., ... --- -- Out-soin- g J" fc. Out-oia- K two-ce- nt jpois:n -- h -- OaS-Roi- -- d r fnimi "- -- ose-just-- a ! tzXriaffiihg a.i!i ! ? m v.. j- if.-- . "C -- U- ... v - ' Z --- . , r.i' --. it - i im fecr -- iSr-T ; w ' v :..V MT C WTMM1I s? ! "V issti'i! !..-MiSwfe?; wmtmi v- itfcr mwo. 6p iterrqf Ml -- IT w n ... fsa Ik " - J !ih. 3 .:- ii sag'- ... : 4 B m J' ftSiV KENTUCKY 'NEWS. FREE PIKERS Abroad la Anderson County They litre) Toll Git eg. Ashland, Ky., Sept 20.Friday Tb tatrat Hon From All Fsrta of Lawbkkcebuko, Ky., Sept 22. AnKy., Sept 23. A con- urer Long said Weanesday morning:- night as Mrs. Jeff Adkins and Miss LouisvittK, Commonwealth. derson county was in the hands of a "When the extra session of tho legis- ' Maggie Burlcy. of Denton, Ky., were mob Monday night of free tnrnpikers, ference of leading republicans of the do-their way SCHOOLS KENTUCKY Seventh congressional district wr.s lature shall meet it will find a state pro- passing through the city on they were similar to the one that has been terrorKa to visit friends below here, held in this city Tuesday nnd steps Celt of 51,423,000. This must Short of Money, and the October Warrant izing Washington county for the- - past taken toward securing the with- vided for. but SIC5.000 of this attacked by Mrs. Nelson Stewart and Will SrcnrrOnly About two weeks. by ex- daughter Alice and Mrs. Rose Dixon, Denny, amount can be covered drawal of Hon. George FitAXKFORT, Ky., Sept. 2S. SuperinShortly after midnight mounted ths race tending the bonds heretofore held and boaten up in a terrible manner Lexington, from of of Public Instruction Davidson tendent horsemen, with guns and axes on their is The college has issued the following circular of in- backs, ro.le boldly into town and for the republican nomination for con- by the A. and M. issue bonds for with clubs and rocks. Mrs. Adkins in the wifs of Jeff Adkins. who is now legislature will likely meetteacher stopped at the public pump at the gress. It was the sense of tho terest to every common-sshobalance In Kentucky: "To County Superin- corner of Main and Mill streets, ing that Judge Denny should with- half a million dollars and thoby an in- jo.il at Grayson, Ky., charged with the murder of Raymond Fletcher, and at draw nn l that the republicans of the will be gradually liquidated tendents: It is now evident that where they drank. Lining up again the preliminary trial of her husbiiud, indorse the candidacy crease in the rate of taxation." the treasurer will not be able, to they Went to the two toll gates on district should The Dresent rate of 43K cents on the tcstiflei, together with Miss Burley, honor my warrant October 1 for .more the Frankfort pike and then to the one of CoL W. C. P. Rrcckinridge. Hon. cents, it is that the murder had been comthan 20 per cent, of the fund appor- U. ivards Tyrone. Returning through L. 1. Tarlton, of Frankllp county, pre- 8100 will be increased to 50 mitted by Nelson Fletcher. In consesided. A resolution was passed urging 6ald. tioned the schools for the present year. the city, they hurried to tho Camden quence Fletcher was arrested twice stnt-to secure central committee This is due partly to the fact that STAVE FACTORY FAILURE. They displayed no signs of the Mrs. many sheriffs have been slow in remit- disorder until going out Camden, when the withdrawal of Denny, and it was O. H. Smith Flies a Deed of Assignment being discharged both times. womDixon, who assisted the Stewart to the five shots were fired and a mighty yell stated that national leaders would ask ting to the auditor, and partly at I'adurah. en in the affray, is a daughter of the Dunny to quit It is thought that Mr. fact as you arc aware, that a large went up Paducaii, Ky., Sept 24. G. B. Smith, murdered man. The Hurley girl is being Denny yi ill yield to the pressure detlcit in the fund of last year had to this serious y To Dr. O. II. Witherspoon. at one of s who owns stave factories at Stiles, hurt and both women were brought to bearand give the be met earlv in July from this year's the town pumps, they grew quit : county; Hardin Marshall county, and nearly disrobed when rescued. Their a clnncj to indorse CoL fund." and said what they wero Graves county, has filed a deed of e. JUDGE DENtY t Requested to Withdraw- HI Candidacy for Consrc livFaror of TV. C. 1. llreck-InrlUpj- TB crease In Taxes. FbAKKFOrt, Ky., Sept ,24. KErjTUpKY'S DEFICIT. BUto Debt Will Cause a Heavy VVOMEN In- FIGHT. Treas- Clabs and Stones. Used by Three la Their Assault on Two Others. 11 1 C ri y P 10 ss (finis Styli asi Faacj llu Jt I mm y v3i Groceries. " Onr-Hn- U. ol s toll-hou-- e. HviHralYt3k i o $ "How happy could I be with either Country Produce especially Tinted, rroaipt delivery of goods to all varts of town v. Canned Goods. by the llarrel Salt Tobacco and Cigars. ? . Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries CSrCoinc anibme rie . '.. Rowland, p? l E.ifR, l fa 1 i repub-l'cnn- JBLOODSHED. Rreck-inriJg- c. doing to the toll-gat- es "was a plenty." Two Kentucky Fanners Knd a Quarrel by a Minotlnc Affray. IIorKissviU-E- , Ky., Sept. 2S. Tom Smith and Otto Newton, farmers and neighbor, living near Golden l'ond, FROM A WINDOW The Younjr Widow Jumped to Utope With Her Liner. Stasford, Ky., Sept 22. There arrived here Monday morning at sia o'clock an eloping couple from Garrard county Andrew Wells, a widower, aged 40, and Mrs. Mary Pearl Davis, just acr'ss the Tiigg county line, came involved in a quarrel, which sulted in the former being shot in the bere- K ft XT' I f ft c . wilow. agel 23. They immediately procured a license and were married by Rtv. Ii. R. Noel in the parlor of the Carpenter house. They spent the entire night in attempting to give the bride's viither the slip. The latter found his daughter early in the night Denl In 111 Clin r. PATtucAU, Ky., Sept. 2S. E. W. dressed and ready for flight and forced and retire. '1 groom Vaughan, a prominent tobecco man, her to undressthe house until he o'clock 4 stayed about was found dead in a chair at his home. Monday morning, when the bride Death resulted from apoplexy. A few jumped from a second-stor- y window in months ago Mr. Vaughan lost his her night dress and shoes, throwing speech suddenly from a stroke of par- her clothes out of the win low. They alysis, r.nd had only recently recovered and sufficiently to ba able to speak. He were accompanied br friendsdrivedrove ot 20 firm ot off in vehicles, making the was a member of the extensive miles in less than two hours. i. Vaughan it Co., which has at Louisvi.l- -, Owensboro, HenMORE TOLLGATES derson and this place, and was quite County. Ky., by Dctroyrl In Washlit-tn- n wealthy. the Free. Turnpike Mob. Struck a Flow of (iu. SrnixoriEM), Ky., Sept 22. The Matsvili.e, Ky., Sept. 2S- At Wash- free turnpike mob destroyed five ington, in sinking an artesan well for Saturday night and three SunIrwin & Hunter's flour mill, a strong day night These two raids only leave flow of gas was found at a deplh of 3S3 five gates standing :n Washington counfeet. When lighted it burned 10 feel ty, the raiders having destroyed 4 in in height and 23 feet in circumference. Saturday night the mob rode up to It took the heroic efforts of nearly tht alt Tick Creek pike gate, while it was the whole town to smother out the blazr guarded by 12 men. The leader of the and save the mills. mob was ordered to take his men away or OU Inspector llnke Will Il Hem'iTCil. go to jaiL The mob then leveled shotFkaxkfort, Ky., Sept. US. Tht guns at the guards and forced them to court of appea's has sustained the surrender. The mob forced the guards lower court in refusing to grant a writ to cut the gate down and drove them to McClure Hoke, oil inspector of Jef- back to town. Two of the raiders, Joe ferson county, to prohibit County Settles and Charles Miller, were Judge Richio from removing hira from in court Monday on the charge of office. This means that Jude Richie destroying toll Kites, but nothing w ill at once appoint a'Miccessor. cold bs proved ap st them and they were discharge. Skull Crushed In. Ky., Sapt. 2S. Wm. IIorKiNSViLLE, IN MIDAIR. Hendricks, a prominent planter, was discovered lyin? in a pool of blood neai A Tralnmtn Crashed on High Ilrlde his home at Golden l'ond, in an unconI'inned to the Track by a Car. NiciioLASVir.i.E, Ky., Sept 22. Jas. scious condition. His skull was crushed In as if by a stone, and late reports L. SraUli, of McKinney, Ky., a operator at H'gh Rridgc, on the were to the effect that hr is dying. There is no clew to tlo author of the Cincinnati Southern rai'road, met a deed. hrriblc death on the bridg. Smi'h was sitting on the rear of a 'rcight Insurance Underwriters Indicted. Ky., Sept 2S The train, which was shoviTj some cars grand jury in this county in its report on a siding at one end o thj bri Ige. The train was .stopped so suddenly Saturday returned 2C indictment against the Frankfort Koard of Insur- that Smith lost h.s buhiuce :unl ance Underwriters, which it charges is fell to the bridge. 1 he train moved a confederation, pool, trust or conspir- again and the wheels crash d the 'Ihe acy to fix Insurance rates to the injury man's breast, there stopping. trainmen soon discovered the gha-ttlof the public sight The man's body was pinned Dead Man Identified. Ashlaxd, Ky., Sept 2S. The mnti down by the weight of the car and life lated body found in the woods beyond was extinct The body wes removed Willard, Carter county, a few days age by means of a j.ick screw, with which has been fully identified as that ci the body was raised. Ljiw nnd Order at Lexington. Noah McKenzie, an aged man, nearlj Lexixotox, Ky., Sept. 22. A Law blind, who had been recently released and Order league is being formed here from the asylum, having become 's through brooding over finandial for the purpose of closing up poolroom and several crap games reverses. and of shutting salooas on Sunday. I'ardoned by Actlnc Gov. Wnrtblncton. Fkaxkfort, Ky., Sept. 2S Acting The crap games and poolrooms have Gov. Worthington Saturday morning been paying a regular assessed fine to court for some months, and pardoned Tom Gilbert, colored, of the Louisville, and Hop Reynolds, white, running at a large profit besides. of 1'ike county. Gilbert was in for .21 Hot After the Mieriffs. years for rape and Reynolds was sent FitAXKroisT, Ky., Sept 22. Some few up for stealing a mule. of the sheriffs have reported to the auditor that they have not collected Ilobbcd a Ilraf Mnte. Vi;i:saii.i.f.s. Ky., Sept. 2S. Alberl the state taxes, and may be indicted Douglass, colored, assaulted and for negligence. Auditor Stone has knocked down Ambrose Garrett, a deal senfout a letter advising them of the mute of Millville, and robbed him oi law, and will take no action until they Douglass locked himself in his are heard from further. SS. room and defied the police. He was Killed With n Hit. finally captured. Stanford, Ky., Sept 22. Abraham Fish died here Monday morning, from Held for Assault. , Asni.A-DKy., Sept. 2S. The trials a wound received Saturday at Crab of Mrs. Nelson Stewart, Alice Stewart Orchard. Fish quarreled with a man and Mrs. Ross Dixon, for their assault named Elijah King, when the latter upon "Mrs. Adkins and Miss Hurley, re- struck him over the head with a base sulted in the trio being held to answer ball bat King has not been arrested to the circuit court now in session at yet Cntlettsburg. bearchln for OIL 22. Tom L. Mokeiiead, Ky., Se-Fatal Leap From n Train. Paris. Ky., Sept 2S. At Bedford Wilson and John Akin, of New York, station Wm. Herndon, of Carlisle, Ky., have been here for several days prosjumped from a moving train and broke pecting for oil. They think they have his back and received severe injuries found it, and will put a well down in 30 days. The well will be located near about the head. stem-meritoll-gates head and silo by Newton, receiving fatal wounds. Smith had accused NewAfter the shooting ton of stealing. Newton, with two brothers, escaped, but vtas arrested at May field and brought back to 1 rigg, where he is in jail avt ailing trial. 5 block-sign- al Fka-k:-oh- t, cr e Hollo-way- ch-cu- it 1 New Trottlnfi: KecoriL For Ky., Sept Richmond, Ky., Sept 22. The world's the first time in 40 years the circuit e record for yearling pacers court of Iogan county convened in e track was smashed session without a murder case over a regular here by Time Wood, by Time Onward, on the docket dam by Nutwood, in 1:02. The colt beCongressional Nomination. longs to Louis Ncale, of this city. I.0WMXO Gbeex, Ky., Sept, 2S. Tommy Miannou's llct. C W. Milliken, of FrankLouisville, Ky., Sept 22. Tommy lin, has been nominated for congress n bookmaker by the national democrats of the Third Shannon, the and turfman, wants to bet 3,000 to district. Sl,0OJ that a majority of the popular Minister Dies of Heart Disease. Afiiil.AXO, Ky., Sept. 2a Rev. J. T. vote of New York state will be cast for Medley, for 50 years a leading minister McKinlcy. In the M. E. Church, died of heart Sunday afternoon. THE STATE WON. LAWRENcnnurtG, 2S. half-milhalf-milwell-knowdis-ea.s- Without a Murder Case. Morohcad. e sa. neaufort Withdraws His Application. Louisville, Ky., Sept 25. Darnley Beaufort, former principal of the academy, lias withdrawn his application for membership in the Baptist church. He says that he will first prove that he will lead a strictly upright life. Geth-sema- Heaithy Old Age is the result of careful hvinjr. Keeping the blood pure and the body free from even minor ailments add years of enjoyment to one's life. The trouble with days is, that we live too rapidly. We are In such a hurTy ta go vme place, or do some thine that the care of our bodily health is wo fully neglected. Nature ntxer pardons net:-leHer lawx must be respected, or ensuev A roan may abuse his stomach for a time. but after awhile dyspepsia comes and liver complaints and , t .....LI..- juijj:. These things develop all the latent tvealc. They mle dige&tion Bess in 1m body imperfect, they prevent j,fip-- t assimila. lion pf'.ir secretion ol Ihe digestive fluid knd in. propr excretion of refuse Jitter ProWil the. laji is most important of all. for poisonous mailer lit bowels liver i)i kidney soon Rtts inlo the L'ood ad so all ovr lb' b.dy. Ttrie is no leilir.t; here soil: ihinjp. will stop In the a li'ile (omw.ii stnse and a simp'' natural temtdy is 11 that is tteded Hen whrn the Iroul.le has a sjmjile. scimi-ti6tc eiions ienito aotling Mrun-M- j with Nature sotl.tr.g, Mimulating, invigorating, the trim of liigcfttion. will ,ve wonderful Vet ot. ibe whole body Thtre. Is rrally aatbicg wonderful aLow it. The Mood is kit bpio'c. in the diRcrtiTe otjjii.s If ihey art tchhhy and srror.j;, th Mood is the n:. td it roic eVtrt- t,krt oi he body ct pun-iihme- most vi now, gained a victory in its suit for 518,000 against S. A. Norman and other old contractors, who bid for the out-pof the penitentiary, in which Norman's Chair Co. filed an answer, pleading as a eounter claim damages for $00,000, for annulling of the contract by the commissioners. Judge Cantrell sustained the demurer of the state throwing the chair company out of court The commonwealth allcgud as its ground for annulling the Norman contract that the chair company attempted to pay in state warrants instead of cash. The chair company will go to the court of appeals. ut The Suit Against S. A. Norman and Other Contractors. Frankfort, Ky., Sept 25. The state l!.n eral fight between members of the Crouch and Hardin families took place at Willisburg, Washington county, in which pistols, knives and rocks were the weapons. Particulars are meager, but it is known that two of the Ilardins are badly shot while others of the participants were seriously hurt by being struck with bowlders. An old grudge existed between the families, and when the parties met the Crouches accused the Ilardins of talking about them, which broughfbn difficulty. Tried to Snoot a l'rlsoncr. Stanford, Ky., Sept 25. William Bolton, charged with assault on Mrs. FAMILY FEUD to a Desperate and IUoody Fight at Leads Wllllsburc, Ky. IIarrodsburo, Ky., Sept 23. A gen- c, .s, f.to-jrtlit- d c " " '.s t- - L u ,3tUlbe fdnion -- awsric jOt Herce.' , II tn.Ves them shpthle of ptrfcrm- S Perfectly t.11 Ihtir functions. Jt in- the power of asjimilatlon nd s- teaVrsRwvj. solid healthy fieib A br.A tell- c "boot it (isi-j- pages) will be 3, receipt of 3 tents jn stamps. So cover wripiji,E Wy WmW'b Di. Asigclattoa, Jtoftle, N.Y. , o digestive oreans into perfect Golden Medical .Discovery eon- - sttitr it d 12 '3 " J thr-- Z v J . . ,( -- .7 ' L7nura. r-m- "51. t r is ake iatneafete nrwlwlf a i! r" v, - - Tillie Blakeman, was held to tho circuit court by Judge Bates Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Blakeman attempted to shoot Bolton on the way to jail, but the pistol, which, had been handed her by berTiusband, missed fire, and the woman was disarmed by the officers. Blakeman was nrrsted. Lynching was threatened Thursday night Typhoid Terer in Letcher County. Sergeant, Ky.. Sept 25. Typhoid feTer is raging In several sections of Letcher county, caused by the using of impure and slsgaaut water. Jtlovd Hall, a promising- yoang man. died Wedaesday'atrJJaker, and there, are mope-thtwectty-riv-- e MmcerMi&wek a in assailants are in jail and will be given . assignment to Mr. B. Hart, of this city, a hearing Saturday morning. The Jute Won. assigning all his machinery, teams and Fbaxkfokt, K.. Sept 23. The court stock for tho benefit of his creditors. REUNION OF VETERANS. of appeals Tuesday morning reversed His assets and liabilities are unknown. O A. R. Members Knjoy n Real Camp-the case of Stone, auditor, against A short time ago seven suits were Fire, at IIsminocv. Kr, sheriff, of Jefferson county, in- brought against Smith here for Pfltnz, Lancaster, Ky., Sept 20. At Hamevery county officer amounts running from S200 to S900. volving the fees of in Kentucky. This decision compels He mortgaged his property to the mock, this county, about fifteen county o3icers to take care of their Standard Oil Co. for 10,000 several hundred people attended t e G. A. R. reunion Friday. Several own offices at their own expense. Heremonths since, and the suits brought promiuent spoke, men nmjng tofore it Ins been the duty of the coun- wero to nullify the mortgngc. whom were Capt William Herndon ty jailer, who put in a claim against Denny Says lln Will Kua and Win. and Louis Walker, of this city; W. tho state for his services. Lexington, Ky., Sept 24. Judge Montgomery, of this county; Hon. George Denny, whose entry into tho John Russell, of Orcenshurg; and Hon. Furcessor to Senator lllackburn. FitANKFOKT, Ky., Sept. 23. Lleut-Gocongressional race has caused so much J. F. O'Halr, of Lincoln county. All Worthington, presiding officer of comment, in an interview said: "This were reunion speeches and anecopposition to my making the race dotes. A brass band the joiut Assembly, who is acting was in said Tuesday morning that he comes from my enemies who nre en- attendance, and the air was ws not only positive that tho election couraged by the friends of W. C P. filled with music during the entire day. of a United States senator at the extra Breckinridge, who wants to run as a The G. A. R. veterans will celebrate at My friends this place annually In the future dur7es"on of the general assembly would sound money democrat arc anxious for me to run and I will ing the month of September. They be leirsl but that a successor to Senator Blackburn would surely be chosen run and win." camped there Friday night and had by the Law. Will if tho extra session is called, which more speeches Saturday. now seems a certainty. Stanford, Ky., Sept 24. No trouble NEW DECISION Is anticipated in this county over the Murder In Newport, Ky. election in November on the free turn- On the Coach Law or Kentncky Railway Nfcwror.T, Ky., Sept 2.1. George pike question. If the question carries Not Responsible for a Leased Train. Lewis, aged 22, colored, a Newport and if the county is ablo to buy all the Frankfort, Ky., Sept 20 The court and pikes it will do it If not, the advolootblack. was shot three times instantly killed at the corner of York cates of tho free turnpike question will of appeals Friday morning reversed the circuit a id Southgate streets, at 8 o'clock not resort to the burning of property judgment of the Taylor countyN. Railmorning. Boby Clary and and mob rule. No speeches havj been court in the case of the L. it Tuesday The railroad vs. the Commonwealth. Jos. Austin, of Cincinnati, are under made on either side. road was indicted for failure to proa rest, c'largcd with the murder. Both vide separate coaches for colored peoTreacher Sued for Damages. are white. Covington, Ky., Sept 24. Mrs. ple and was fined 8500. liolroom Indicted. Mary Owens and husband have sued present The court holds that In Lexisgton, Ky., Sept 23. The local Rev. George II. Means, former pastor case the railroad had leasedthe cars to Its poolroom was Tuesday indicted on of Scott Street M. E. chnr-- h, Covingother parties, and did not have charge three counts. The charge in each iny charge of the train. ton, for 525,000 stance is nuisance. Morton II. Bourne, that tb s out of It was a special train, and action -- sy who atterant"! - the year r. the yc- id many should lie against the parties leasing book, . fur- Jrger E. W. nurnus detrimental things about plaintiffs. it, and not against the railroad comUr iiurpose of effecting escape pany. Tom Crowe Wounds a Itald Kagle. " jail, was also indicted. Lexington, Ky., Sept 24. While POSTPONED hunting in the country Wednesday Sale of a Varllnir. Lasayette Lexington, Ky., Sept 2?. Milton afternoon Tom Crowe, a well known The Hanging ofLiberty, Ky.llrsoks, at West Young, master of McGrathiana, sold local sporting man, winged a bald Lexington, Ky., Sept 23. Lafayette Tuesday to Oots Bros, the yearling eagle, which measured five feet seven Brooks, convicted of the murder of Gus brown colt, by S'.rathmorc, out of An- inches from tip to tip. The wounded McKenzie, in Morgan county, and nette, by Strachino. He Is considered eagle was brought to the city. hanged Friday at .e of the best yearlings in the Blue Tho Fusion Agreement Unsatisfactory. sentenced to be West Liberty, is still in the land Grass, having worked r eighth in Louisville. Ky., Sept 24. Chair- of the living. He was placed in 0:111-- 5 with 103 pounds up. man Parker, of the populist central the jail In this city some time committee, says the fusion agreement ago, and it was expected the sheriff of A ratrlclde I'ardoned. and K3-Sept 23. Acting is not satisfactory to the populists con- Morgan county would call and get him Frankfort, Gov. Worthington Tuesday pardoned that unless they arc given two on. time. Petitions for commutations gressmen they will make nominations of the sentence were sent to Gov. BradJoseph Murner, sent to the penitenin every district tiary in 1SS3 for 21 years for killing his ley, but he declined to interfere. His BIny Indict Fadncah Physicians. f. ther. The evidence showed that the case is pending before the court of apPj rucAU, Ky., Sept 24. The grand peals at Frankfort killing was done in The elder Murner, it is alleged, was ex- jury will in all probability indict a large number of the doctors here for Jumped From a Medical College Window. tremely cruel to his family. Louisville, Ky., Sept 20. Katie failing to comply with the law requirThe Franchise Tax Law. , Collins, a domestic, went to the LouisKy., Sept 23. Thestale ing them to register all births and ville Medical college Friday, and found Frankfort, is preparing to bring a test deaths. This law has never been ob- her way to the dissecting room, the suit in the state courts to settle the served here. attempted to strike the medical stuMarshall Pardoned. John as to whether every corporaFinnlly they left with Frankfort, Ky., Sept 24. Acting dentsroom a flatiron.for an ambulance tion in the state should pay a franchise nnd sent Gov. Worthington Wednesday par- the tax in accordance with the recent dedoned John E. Marshall, of Scott coun- When they returned to the room it was cision of United States Judge Barr. ty, a mere boy, who was sent to tho empty. Looking to the pavement beAccident illy Shot Throach the Hand. penitentiary for one year for shooting low they saw the lifeless body on the Walton. Ky.. Sept 23. When the a man who was beat (Marshall's) sidewalk. The young woman had bridge carpenters on the Short Line brother. jumped from tho window. She Is v road stopped work Tuesday evening thoucrht to have been demented. Fifty Men Idle. and Peter Florence threw his coat on New Kentucky Post Office. Ky., Sopt 24. The sawPaducaii, the hnndcar a pistol exploded, shootWashington, Sept 20. A post office mill department of the McKinner Veing George Ritchie through the hand. neer and Packing company has closed has been established at Long Branch, Thr-- e Hurled In One CoHo. down temporarily. About fifty men Meade county, Ky. Lexington, Ky.. Sept 23. :Sallie are idle as a result Clements Bros.' Famous Resl Maker Dead. Thomas colored, aged 37, gave birth to mills, after a lengthy shutdown has Frankfort, Ky., Sent 26. Geo. W. twins Friday and died shortly afterresumed. Oayle, maker of the famous Gayle fine ward, as did the twins, the three bodVictory for Mayor Tcdd. fishing reel, and senior partner in the ies being interred in one coffin. Louisville, Ky., Sept 24. The pri- firm of Gayle & Son, Is dead. maries of the Republican A. P. A. comMeetln of the Lnnltvllle Conference. HonciNsviLLE, Ky., Sept 23. The bination to select delegates to the city THE MARKETS. and county convention resulted in a fifteenth annual session of the Louisvictory for Mayor George Todd, who is ville Conference of the Methodist EpisClSCISMATI. Sept to. copal Church South convenes in this a candidate for spring Flour Spring fancy. iiiOra-IOcity Wednesday. family. $i3i60; sprlnj patent, taWglSO; Residence Hurncd. winter patent. fjaey, liMSiM: Glencoe, Ky., Sept 24. The resiJ. W. Locke tt Nominated for Congress. dence of J. C Thomas, situated one family. :.M$i60; extra, MOOdiSJ: low erode. LouiPVll.LE, Ky., Sept 23. The I50T.83: rye, nortawestern. H433i50. do mile south of town, was burned Wed- city. democrats of the second conWheat Sales: "o. S red. track. 8I0: No. gressional district have nominated nesday evening. Only a small portion 70c Judge J. W. Lockett, of Henderson, for of household goods was saved. Partly 3 red, nominal atNo. 2 Corn Sales: white, track, 26ot mixed insured in the Aetna. congress. ear. nearly white, track, :6s. Emancipation Day at HopklnsTllle. Oats Sales: No. S white, track. 17c: No. 3 Lafe Urooks Not to Hang Vet. Hoi'Kissvir.LE, Ky., Sept 23. EmanLexington, Ky., Sept 24. Lafayette mixed (old), track, Mo: sample mixed, track, cipation day was celebrated by the colBrook's case will be taken to the court I7Wc-Hoes tHOJUJ; seloet ored people of this city Tuesday with of appeals and he is not likely to hang butchers'.Select shippers', to good packers. tH0i5: fair one of the largest street parades ever Friday, the day set for his execution t3SQ3iX fair to good HKht, 11303a IS; com'ZaSa2a seen here. at West Liberty. He is still in the mon and roughs. to good shippers, J 3. 50 15; Cattle Fair St Lexington jail. Held to the Circuit Court. choice, K:3&13; good to chotoe butchers', Ky., Sept 23. Andrew Greenui ilC53llO; fair to medium butchers', M002 New Kentncky Postmaster. Wilbur was tried Tuesday on a charge Washington, Sept 24. The follow- 150: common. tiii3I.7 Iheep: Shxep Ann Lambs Extras, fiioa of stealing cattle and held to the cirpostmasters were aping fourth-clas- s common fair, si: good to choice, J2.M&3.00; HlifltJO; to good cuit court in the bum of $230. pointed in Kentucky Wednesday: A. JL7i3i2i Lambs Extras. Dolson, Colwan, Piko county; P. D. to choice. t3 7324.10; common to fair, fiOO Superintendent HemmlnRWay Dead. IIoi'Kixsvii.LE, Ky.. Sept 23. C. M. I. Hamilton Sloans Valley, Pulaski QXbO. Vsal Calvm Fair to good light, tMSa&IJ; county. nen.mingway, aged 40, superintendent common and large. M. 002101 of the Peacher flouring mills, died at Wool Unwashed flno merino, 0310c per lb: Prominent Farmer Assigns. d do olotbln?. 112 He: his home. Versailles, Ky., Sept 24. D. M. latne and clothing. UiJIJc: braid, medium, mellalfc: Megee, a prominent farmer, made an dium eombtnz. 13140. Nrw Postmaster at Dog Creek, Ky. Wathsd. fins msriao, Washington, Sept 23. M. Williams assignment Wednesday to Thos. Seller. XtoXX, I So; medium clotalaz. Hillc: dewas Tuesday appointed postmaster at Assets. $20,000. Liabilities estimated laine fleece. It13o: looz combine, IS&loc: and low, 13&lSc: common at 822,000. Bog Creek, Hart county, Ky. coarse, UQlia. Johnson Acquitted. "Nrw York. Sept 21 Mrs. Seward Werr, of Newport 24. SnELBYVlLLE, Ky.. H. Wheat has recently added to her jewel casket Johnson, on trial for Sept murder T. cember. 72 No. 2 red. October. 70X37iKc: Ds May.75,a7i3fc the of a tiara, which can also be worn as a Bud Jones, in tho northern part of this Corn No. 2, 2728Kc: Octobsr, HH- DeMay, or corsage brooch. cember. tS'ic; necklace, stomacher county last December, was acquitted OAWotate. 20323c; western, lSzOc It Is said to have cost 5100,000. Wednesday Toledo. Q. Sept. SO. Wheat Xo. 2 red cash and 'October, 71c; Todhunter Dying. The consumption of horse and donDecember. 73Mc: May, 75Hc: No. 3 red, cash, Lexington, Ky., Sept 24. Robert P. C80. key flesh as human food appears 10 be largely on the increase in P.tris. Last Todhunter, a prominent trotting horse Coax No. 2 mixed, cash. 23Ka Oats No. 2 mixed, cash. I7c disbreeder, known all over the United year 30.030 horses alone were-thuRTr No. 2 cash, 37c, States, is dying from cancer of the posed of in the French capital. Chicago, Sept. 2d . stomach. Calls on December wheat opened at 67Xo, sold between 67;aeSic: last price 67fe. Aged Couple Marry. World's Pacing Record. Puts opened at MJSc, sold between Cl.SQSic; Lkwisbueo. Ky., Sept 25. Seth Ky., Sept 24. Time last price Blc Richmond, Greene, aged 60 years, married Mrs. Calls on May corn opened at last Margaret Beasley, aged 77 years. It Wood, a yearling pacer, went a half price oH' Puts opened atSsjiaiiJio; e mile over the Richmond track last price 2SKC. was Greene's second venture, and tho Indianapolis. Sept-- 2a third for his blushing bride, whose sec- in 1:12, which is a world's record. Cattle Choice to prime. tl403lM: fit, ond husband died four months ago. tteers, ti.taQ.Hh. common, 13.23 Hidden Silver Unearthed. Plveville, Ky Sept 20. John 36a Church Demolished by Wind. Louisville, Ky., Sept 25, --A special Farmer, who lives on Redbud creek, in from Sargent, Kj-.-, says: A wind storm this county, while sinking a well in his of fearful force wrecked a large numyard, dug up a tin trunk which conber of houses and did great damage to tained &350 In silver. It is believed crops. A new Presbyterian church that it was buried there by Capt Jas. was demolished. Farmer during the civil war. Farmer was quite a wealthy man and, there L and N. Hallway Fined. HE PATS THE Frankfort, Ky., Sept 25. The being no banks in this section of the court of appeals affirmed the case of country at that time, he kept money stored away in small safes. the L. & N. Railway Co. vs. Commonwealth. The L. A; N. was fined S100 Returned to Prison. for failing to maintain proper toilet nARHS, Ky., Sept 2G. F. S. nens-leY0D PAY FOR THE. room at its Walton, Ky., station. jailer of Harlan county, together Judge Bertram Named for Congress. Uen&ley, rewith his deputy. Burton Somerset, Ky., Sept 25. The gold turned and lodged in jail here one Wm. democrats of the Eleventh district, at Short, who escaped jail here in 18S9. their convention here Thursday, nom- Short is charged with the murder of n inated Judge Joseph Bertram, a Harrison Marcum, the crime having NO. 8 SECOND STREET. banker of Monticello, for con- been committed in 1837. He was capRICHMOND, KY. gress. tured at Mulberry Gap, Tenm., in Han- Plione.No. 3. cock county. Klght Tears In the Fan. Lexington, Sept 24. Last July Ed. Crushed by a Tree. Boner, colored, shot and killed NewBio Cheek, Ky., Sept 26. Peter ton Lynch, also colored, in this city, Hainden a poor laborer residing 15 and ITiursday Boner was sentenced to miles from here on Goose creek, while eight years in the penitentiary. pnlllng fodder, in company with his wife, had a dead tree to fall on him, Doctors Fazxled. crushing his head. I WISH to ..sell privately my farm Louisville, Ky., Sept 25. Carrie as a whole, or divided into threo Charged With Murder. Jennings, who put a bullet in her This Beatttville, Ky., Sept 2o. Chas. parts.watered land is very productive, lives, is a puzzle to the doc brain, still well and fenced. Dunnagan was arrested and lodged in tors. The bullet is still in her brain, a part of which oozed from tho wound. 1 jail here charged with the murder of Jtoi5!? of jTod?rg Style, There is everv indication now that sho Larkln Maus in June, 1805. Since the killing Dunnagan has been a fugitive Containing 13 largo rooms, with will recover. from justice. wardrobes, pantries, closets and cellar to suit; good orchard, out houses; Farmer Attempts Solcldn. Todd Renominated for Mayor. Th is Salyeesville, Ky., Sept 22, Jos. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 26. George large barn. of theres idence is located city limits on Big; Millard, a highly respected farmer of D. Todd was renominated for mayor in half mile this county, attempted suicide by shoot- Friday afternoon by tho Repablican-- Hill pike. Convenient to schools,, churches, mills, &c. In factithgbest ing himself through the left side with P. A. convention. Mr) Todd, is the located farm in Madison county for; a, revolver. He will die. present incumbent. anything and everything, now for, i Cynthtan Orooer AhIxs. Sctie. yvxue tor paruumaiB, n Cloed by the Sheriff. V d see loryoureeU. ; Ewrso, Ky:, Sept. 38. Thel EwiagJ .Gtxthiaka, Ky., Sept. 6. P. Am- -. 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