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VV It's a IJitter Dose for This Patient, but What Can n Poor Candidate Do When lie's Mortgaged to the Doctor? n Firttrcct, up stairs. GRANT E. LILLY, TTORXEY--A T LA W, III "mo. Kentucky .1 flOBART AND THE COAL TRUST. lie Is t!ic Fonndcr nntl moter of a Criin'nal spiracy. Con- owner Main mid Second streets ri k: ilr. Will practice in all the courts of Malison and iiitjeintn counties nnti Court of V i"i- - s Pro- Aj'JU Mh. 2 J C. & D. 11. A CliENAULT, W, TTORXEYS AT LA street, - RiuiMo.vi), OS e on Second Kentucky. over Chcnauk's gro ce'j STEPHEN D. PAHRISH, A TTOliXEY AT LA W, Kentucky Rl IIXONU, C Talents, Caveats, Trade Marts, Designs, Etc. Ueport as to patentittiiity of invention Free of hdrge Unsurpassed facilities Moderate terms ISei re api!)tn for a patent, write me. 46- - GREEN CLAY .1 k TTORXEY--A - T-L- A W, . iin.ul, - - - Mjliritnl. Kentucky K-- I M PEYSICIL1TS. Dli. II. It. GIBSON, PII YSICIA X AXJ) SURGEON, Kentucky. P'n,M'M. o,T o- -j ... f m ' e iti , Joe .! ImUiag, jg and ao Sec 27- i.er Wnne .new drttgHerc. CHAs. IIOOIvER, KTERIXAIIY SURGEON, Or ' ite 0 Mario Vdainary I C0&-9&-. Veten ttT Ma.- - v l Pent try a4 Sterihty a Specialty sturs over New York Store, cernei 46- streets. RtchwwHtl . C. Meil'mine and Surgery. Oflirc Collins lluiMiiiir, Main Street. Ti . -- nc at resJ'lence (the Crr tlacc) ot. -- JASPJ5R, M. I). liro.ldva. --- It itMoM), --- Kentucky DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PIIYSICIAX AXD SURGEOX, III' IfJIoSD, KUNTUCKY. 05C.ce in Smith liu'rWmg, No. 104 Main Street, uILce nours ta to 1 ana 4 to 5oc!oclc iuir DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, ICc HMOXD. ... ... nr KENTlCK 1 elephone at office and reMdence, v r V. EVANS, M. D., Fiiysician and Surgeon, Kentucky Richmond, .... DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond OKcc anil residence ou TlilrJ Strwt. ... DE1TTAL SITSGEHT. DR. A. AVILKES SMITH, DEXTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, Orrice Smith building. Main Street. hours, 9:00 to 11M.; 1:00104 I'. M. rtn'ractice limited to dentistry. OSice ... C. MORCAN. MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS iciiMOND. ... J. A. YATES Kentucky Bank. OrnCE Mafn Street, OTer Madison National George Thorpe, Second Street, between Main and rear of Dillincliatn baildinc. Richmond, Ky. JJestly to do all kinds 01 uiacKHmitiHBg promjiuy la tne nest workmanlike "I am confident that we will wfn a sweeping victory. The people underCOAL AT $10 A TON. stand the issues clearly and every day witnesses a mighty change in favor of our cause." The People of the United States ComChairman Jones, of the national dempelled to Annually Submit to ocratic committee, says: Systematic Robbery. "We will not only elect Bryan by a sweeping majority, but we will also of October 5: "Hard coal may be eight or nine do- elect a free silver congress and largeGarrett A. Ili)l;art, tlie Personal Itcpro- llars a ton before the winter is oer. ly increase our majority In the senate. 8nt.ttIo and I'alil lbtiHt cf J. I'icr And should the anthracite coal trust The outlook Is altogether satisfactory." oulil You I.lko IKint Slorcaii Iloir Gov. John P. Altgeld, of Illinois, says: really decide thnt it needs the money, Such u M.J11 uh lnidiut? "From present indications I will say .then will the dear public be obliged to You are going to jviy ten dollars a ton pay ten dollars a ton for its winter fuel. that Bryan will sweep Illinois by a "Iteyond this figure it is hardly pos- tremendous majority. Hanna's hirefor your winter's suppty of coal. sible that een the despotic coal trust lings are making much noise, but the This will lie a part oT your contribuw ill dare to experiment with public papeople are with us." tion to the republican campaign corEvery report received at national tience, at least not for a year or so; ruption fund. rlpmrw-m- f i in rnrtvivriitj Garret A. llobart, the republican that is to say, until the public back-ha- I become sufficiently bent to the bur- the views expressed in the foregoing nominee for ica president, is the Statements and admissions, and im--' founder, promoter and one of the chief den to warrant the risk of a dollar presses upon the minds of the demd-beneficiaries of the anthracite coal or two more added without including the most criminal and hear less the proverbial 'last straw.' Uut for cratic managers that the election oi trust, conspiracy against the American peo- the present the public must perforce Bryan is practically assured, although dance to the tune that the coal trust no efforts will be spared all along the ple that was eter cariied into merciwishes to hear and must pay the ciper lino to raise that majority safe and less execution. render It larger. This is not a campaign lie. It is an j into the bargain. Reports this week from the "Like all other trusts the coal comand is a part of the hisabsolute fact, tory of the infamous Heading combine bine declares itself not to be a trust. debatable states of Ohio, Indiana, It neur heard the word trust men- Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and w itli its colossal conspiracy, backed by tioned, at least so it would appenr from Iowa, arc of the most flattering nature. SoOO.OOO.OCO of capital. Mr. llobart says there is no coal trust. the men who do its bidding in this city. Without exception they contain assuraAnd as tide of What do yo think about it? Who do cerned, far as Illinois' laws are con- nce."; of an the coal trust would have the popular sentiment for Bryan and free of coal you suppose raises the price dear public beliec that its identity is silver. The democratic free silver manjut in proportion as the as isionary as that of the man in the agers in Michigan are as sure of that in proportion as the cold grows moon. The mere mention of legal pro- state as they are that Texas or Comore intense and the sufferings of the ceedings will cause the trust to vanish lorado will go for Bryan. Similar repoor increase? Do you suppose the rise into ports come from Minnesota; while thin air like a by the law of suppty and is occasioned Should it happen that process of law Chairman Wall, of the Wisconsin demdemand? Do you suppose hard coal is threatens to state committee, is north ten, or nine, or eight, or seven, or of the illegal bring about a disruption ocratic that that state will equally concombine the combine it- fident be found in a ton? six dollars self flies to the law for protection. the Bryan column. From Ohio comes a And are jou thinking of voting for Through a ticket with Garret A. llobart on it? court thethe jugglery of a bankruptcy report that the McKInleyites are on trust manages to shed its the run; that farmers and miners have attorney Garret A. llobart, the paid skin, emerging from come over In a body to Bryan, and that and legal representative of J. 1'ierpont the hands of a receiver his majority in that state will not be A. llobart, the reMorgan: Garret more vig. ous and more vicious. less than 23,000. Indiana is in line, a tained lobbyist of the New York rail"Despite the trust's facility for slip- poll of that state showing that Bryan's road wreckers; Garret A. llobart, who ping through the meshes of the civil majority In that state will not be less lias promoted and engineered more and criminal law, another effort will that 20,000, and may go as high as trusts and invented more legal tricks shortly be made to cripple its powers From Iowa comes reports that the with which to defeat justice and op- for etil, at least so far as the state of democrats will sweep nearly every any man in the press the people than Illinois and the city of Chicago ore count in the central and western porUnited States. concerned. state. Polls just completed tion of The The man who otes for llobart for a small body of trust is composed of show a the men in New York change of from 300 to 500 reany ofiice in the gift of the American whostNvill is law so far as the price of publican votes in each county to Brypeople deserves to be robbed by trusts ccal is concerned. These men an, and this change will surely carry compelled to spend the remainder hard and control every coal producing and coal nearly every county in the central and of his dajs in abject slavery and pov- carrying concern in the state of Penn- western portions of Iowa for Bryan. erty. sylvania. disCouncil man who declaims against trusts of etery At their bidding the output The always Bluffs congressional The a republican stronghold, anthracite coal mine in the trict, three years and nine months and then country may be and will give Bryan a large majority. A spends three months yelling and work- eery coal minerreduced put on half pay. poll of the counties in the district show robber in the ing for the biggest trust a republican defection of from 20 to Whether the public United States and winds up by voting dollars ton for itsshall pay five or ten 25 per cent, in every county, while coal depends absoto make him the presiding officer of lutely on the whim of these coal kings. there are tery few democrats who will the United States senate should take To bring legal proceedings against this , not vote the ticket. The republicans ore out an insurance policy against the fool ring would be as futile as trying to stop so badly frightened that they are imkiller. porting outside assistance, and say that the ocean by injunction." Imagine the people of the United A tote for McKinley and llobart is if they do not get it the state will be States engaged in a struggle against a vote for coal at ten dollars a hopelessly lost. ton. the trusts, with J. Pierpont Morgan's In Illinois the conditions look much man, Hobart, the presiding officer of The republican national committee better than they did a week ago, and the United States senate! Any voter has thus far expended S4.S00.000 in the show that Bryan will not only carry who will indorse such a calamity will campaign. They have a reserve fund the state outside of Cook county, but cheerfully vote if he is given a chance of $3,000,000, and in case of emergency will also carry Cook county and Chito disfranchise himself. are authorized to draw on New York, cago by a large majority. Every repSuppose in the possible course of Philadelphia and Chicago capitalists utable labor organization in Chicago is events that McKinlcy should die while for $10,000,000 more. If money can buy for Bryan; of the 00,000 votes In tho in office? We would then have Mr. an election. Mr. McKinley will win. ranks of organized labor, Bryan will Garrett A. llobart, founder and heavy ' Against these enormous amounts the get 55,000, and the republican manastockholder in the coal trust (ten silver forces hae raised by popular gers, in talking confidentially, admit a ton), as president of the United subscription less than $100,000, all of this fact and this despite the fact that States of America. There is nothing in which has been used in the printing and large manufacturing institutions, emthe burlesque or comic opera more gro- distribution of literature. ploying thousands of men, have been tesque than this, and yet we are told systematically .intimidating their emmillions of American that scleral If the ministers are going to take the ployes by compelling them to join in workmen who use coal, and who are an- stump, perhaps we'll have to assign McKinley parades, wear McKinley butnually swindled out of millions of dol- the politicians to fill the pulpits. tons, and join McKinley clubs. Thoulars by Mr. llobart and his sands of woriringmen in Bismarck's opinion ought to be quite are wearing McKinley Chicago now seriously propose tQ buttons, but turn over to Mr. Hobart the absolute as good as Carl Schurz's. who declare privately that they will vote for Bryan. These facts lead tho democratic managers to believe and thai Chicago will give Bryan as great a majority as it gave Cleveland ; XMm in 1892, when the majority for the demll'1 HrjCf ocratic ticket in Cook county was This year the conditions are even more favorable. There Is now complete fusion between the populists and Stifle and Faney democrats. The populists ca3t 30,000 Aotes in Chicago two years ago, and Country Produce especially wanted. there are at least 23,000 republicans in Prompt delivery ot goods toall parts of town. Chicago enrolled y in Bryau clubs. No one places the defection of gold Canned Goods. ' democrats at above 10,000. The ScanSalt by the Barrel.dinavians arc coming over to. the BryTobacco and Cigars.' an standard by the thousands, while Candies and Cakes. there is a noticeable change in the Green Groceries JDaTCome andeeo me ranks of the German voters during the past two weeks, and the probabilities Si are that Mr. Bryan will Teceive a very large proportion of that vote. The republican managers- nro. trying to divert attention from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan, where their tease i hopeless.Jo states like JJebraska'arid Ivansas. which ther now claim are in" . &oubt andVtMraijag to MdtinleyyTie-- . s linn1mi-iTf?-1 ! ever-increasi- governmental control ot the country. They will not do it. There are ,many fools in the United States, but .they are not yet in a majority. When you go to your coal office and order jour coal; when you go down into your pocket and pay two prices for one of the absolute necessities of life, console with the thought that a good share of your money will be added- to Mr. Hobart's bank account, and that Mr. llobart is a candidate for the second highest office in the gift of the American-people- . lAnd then go homo and sit down and think. The most ticious goldbug paper in Chicago is the Evening Post, In a moment of thoughtlessness it printed the truth about the coal trust. Here are some extracts from the Evening Post hard-earne- d - headquarters show thai Uiese claims nre entirely without foundation, and are only manufactured for the purpose of detracting the attention of the free OH THE RUN. sliver leaders to these states. As a matter of fact the democratic and free silver polls show that both Kansas and gie Damaging Admissions from Han Nebraska will23,000. Bryan majorities of not less than lia and ULs Lieutenants ltJ& The democratic national managers are greatly rnronraged over the result garding the Campalgni of the in Florida and Georgia. Ifeturr from Florida show that thederr.oc,-i!have every county BRYAN SURE TO WIN. In the state, midcarried the state has that p'ce democratic by n majority of not less than 20,000, notwithstanding that Gov. Altgeld Says the Democratic Outthere was no fusion of the democrats wnn nny oi.ner party, licorgia gies look in Illinois Is Better Than in ft democratic majority of not less than 1892, When Democrats Won. 30,000, this in the face of the fact thnt the populists and republicans in Georgia are fused. With a democratic Encouraging Reports from Ohio, Indiana, majority of 30,000, it is safe to Michigan," Wisconsin, Minnesota and say that Bryan's majority in November KIocllous In Georgia and Iowa will be from G0.CC0 to 75.000. Florida Lay tho Result In Maine Chairman .Tones and tho national Entirely In tho Shade democratic managers feel greatly enProspects Urlghtor couraged over the outlook, and confEvery Day. idently assert that Bryan will be elected Chicago, Oct. 12, 1S96. (Special.) by an overwhelming majority of the The McKinley goldbug combine is on electoral vote in November. the run. Its leaders admit as much, GEN. ULYSSES S. GRANT. while the leaders of tho free silver party are growing more and more con- Would Support Hryxn and I'roo Silver If He Were Atlvo fident. "If my father could vote Mark Hanna, chairman of the Mche would vote for Brynn for president of Kinley national committee, says: "It is no use denying that we havo the United States." The above words are from the lips of lost the farmer and labor vote. Our Tessc Grant, f.?oritc son of Gen. U. cLances are exceedingly doubtful Grant. Thc.on hns left the re- Chairman Bynum, of the goldbug democratic national committee, saVB- - ntw ihcan party just as his father be- him left the democratic party "Anybody who talks about vhat jjj. J- diana and Illinois wi!f ""nr.t. whft" it made a compromise vith the know what he is "talking about. rn slawa P"cr Inite.farer-tiur,-.Vh- o southern Illinois I know the whole republican part'"S?3ls?M5TJhV'w..i: "I bellevo honestly tn tho great advar. country is for silver. The situation i3 country of the free coinage just the same all over the Tvest, so far tago to this does not mean repudiation cf of silver. It as I can learn." home or abroad. These debts 'our debts at The Chicago Itecord (independent will have to be paid In products, and anything that will raise the value of them gold standard) says: will, I believe, "For some reason or other there has can double the benefit all classes. If wo price of a silver rupeo we been a decided change in the tone at have doubled the price o tho wheat that comes Into competition with our wheat, republican headquarters within the. last few days, and Mr. Hanna's instruc- and therefore double' our wheat as to Its tions to fcls associates and subordinates throughout the country are tersely expressed in the sentence: 'Quit blowing and saw wood.' There is no doubt that discouraging news has been received from Ohio, Indiana and some of the Other western states." On the other hand, here. Is what William J. Bryan, the people's champion, THE ENEMY IS ' I BRIDGEFORD'S Iiff s - i5i3 ABSOEJUirEGtf fasarAcnp PSJRE Tho following correspondence first appeared in a recent issue of the Port Huron (Mich.) News. The first extract is from a business letter written by a geld man from Toledo to O'Brien J. Atkinson. The writer, Edgar II. Bren-nahas since changed his mind, and is now for silver: n, Tho Argnment JJado by O'Drirn J. kinson, of Port Huron. Mich. At- rnnMnPiCT DAfunr ri.ii iiiiwii. i nuitnr. vw'fI 1 mm ? !i!ffl2t SEE THEM I EXAMINE THEM I IVRCHASE THEM I JlK W& . 9;KL s OVERPRODUCTION. Fallacy of This explanation of the Pres. cnt "Hard Tlmen." The claims of the gold advocates are mostly technical objections and quibbles. All of them, I believe, are intrinsically unsound, and nany of them grossly inconsistent with each other. For example, take their contention that the great fall of prices since 1573 has been owing to "overproduction." What could be more absurd? In the first place, .there is no evidence to support it- - The proof is all the other way. It has been shown by unquestioned authority that the increase of production was relatively much greater from 1S30 to 1870 than it has been since. In fact, more than twice as great. Sauerbeck states that during the former period the annual Increase wns 2 per cent., while from 1S70 to 18S7 It wasonly 1 per cent. Since then it has undoubtedly been still smaller, because of the general depression that has prevailed a large portion of the time. Between 1S50 and 1870 prices rose about 20 per cent, in the face of on enormously increased production. Between 1870 and C to-da- y To-Ho- y. to-da- y d. fo) " lit f bays: GEN. u. s. GRANT. debt paying capacity. Tho same argument holds good of the silver peso of tho countries, and the price of our meats and llvo stock. It holds good, too, hi the silver rubla and the price of ell. It hoId. gcod In many ways too numerous to mention "Instead of foreigners purchas'ng tho product of our silver mines at the rate of 70 cents per ounce, and with this silver huying produce, somo of which comes in direct competition with our productions, from South America and tho orient, they would have to pay at the rate of J1.29 per Latln-Amerlc- If1 pi with a much smaller increase of production, prices foil nearly 30 per ' n cent.,"'u,va they have b ever since, with idloV, .dines confronting us on every hand1. The distinguishing feature of tho industrial situation hns been general and widespread distress among the toilers and producers. Think for a moment of the world being plunged into misery by producing too of ihose things that are necesar Cty the Support and comfort of manki V., and which constitutes the world's real substantial wealth! Such a claim rests tipon no foundation of reason. If overproduction is the cause of our distressed condition, then clearly the remedy is to check production. If production can be checked without throwing any more people out of employment and increasing the aggregate of suffering, some philosopher should rise up in his wisdom and explain how. Strangely enough, in view of this contention, no- 1SS7, But-furthe- H h (August), ten years and a half later, the secretary states officially that the amount now in circulation Is $1,5 14,000,-00-0. So we now have less money by $S0,000,000 than we had ten years ago, and we have at present more than Will anyone claim people. that this is humane, necessary, and just? In whose interest was this cruel thing done, if not in the interest of those who own the gold? Is it not enough to damn forever all who would justify it ? While our money was being contracted $30,000,000 our population has increased 10,000,000. It is hard to comprehend what on increase of 10,000,000 In population signifies. It is about three times as many people as we had in tlie colonies at the .period of our revolution. Another illus- VjV.nd .buwill enable the readertto grasp em,.. Jons increase in population during the decade specified. The t?n fiTeat cities which I here name have approximately the following population: 1.C00.000 New York ..i Brooklyn ..t l.EOO.000 Chicago t..-i- a SCO.CCO An Increase In Popnlntlon and i In Currency Volume According to the treasury statement of February, 1&96, the amount of money then in circulation among us was $!,594,000,000. (Sec report and accompany ing papers made to the Forty-nint- h congress, February, 18S0, by Representatives Bland, Bynum and Lanham.) We then had something over 60,000,000 people. On the first day of this month - FnOM Mil. BRENNAJTS LETTER. "Indeed. In my Judgment, I am radically in opposition to your views. not only In money, but tn nn single standard. I have read and still continue to read and listen to both sides, but under it nil I have yet to know ot a single Instance In our history when, under free coinage of both gold nnd sliver, both metals continued to circulate together, aftqr a difference developed of oven one per cent. In the value of metal contained in coins of equal denominations, and In the light of this past experience I see no hope of bimetallism In the future. Further, believing thus, I cannot see why, under free and unlimited coinage of silver at Its present, or even much value, wa would not Ier bullion monometallism, the be brought . silver result of i which, at sixteen to one, would be nothing more nor less than a most terribly distorted condition of Inflation, a condition which I do not think this country needi nor should bo compelled to endure." MR. ATKINSON'S LETTER. Port Huron. Mich.. Sept S. 1SS6. Mr. Kd-gBrcnnan, Toledo. O. My Dear Sir: I believe every word you say in your letter of the 7th Inst., comes from the heart of a friend whose head is all wrong on the results of free silver. There nro many ways of studying this question and most of them are misleadut ur x i igjpi JSftlSJ-SJa&tti 5 Vz Its v i ISmM&rWf UPwiniiiB wnnn pi si iHM lSL) S0LD IN RICHMOND. m M CLiUDEMTO. The Voice Of ing. 1 Mi J St. Louis 13oston Ban Francisco Philadelphia 1.100.000 600.000 500.CGO gate population of these 11 great cities is 7.C50.000. In other words, they fall more than 2,250,0000 short of equaling our Increase of population during the last ten years. Xow think for a mo ment of the vast sum of money neces sary to transact the daily business of a single one of these cities, and then of Baltimore Pittsburgh i..i..i..i... 20.000 New Orleans 1.... 250.000 300.000 St. Paul and Minneapolis The reader will see that the nggre 200,000 450.000 J will suggest a course for you: 1. Give mo tho definition of tho word "dollar" prior to 1S73 and what were its equivalents in coin in other words, how much metal of gold or silver would satisfy the deflnltlon? 2. Give me tho deflnltlon of the word "dollar" since 1S73, and after you have written out the two definitions hang them up on your wall In a good light, where you can seo how one of them ha3 been shriveled nnd squeezed so that Its meaning I3 entirely changed. Nc--v consider that the bonds of this country are aU payable In "dollars" of the former definition. That theso bonds were originally purchafd with a depreciated paper currency for about $35 In gold for each $100 bond. That tn bonds were not Mr. due in 1S7Q when the "refunding act" took place, and there was no occasion for that refunding act except to servo th iqoney masters of thl3 continent bonds werS Is sued from the year 1S6I to 1S6" and were no nvjojoui.ii.ig duo until 1SS5 and 1S95. being aad rs k j-- I ti People, James McAllister, of 162 East Main Street, t t HE DEPRECATES CLASS- - WARFARE. an sea-so- n "As to repudiation, why, we hayo practically repudiated already, if bankruptcy means failure to pay debts. Did you fever think of what an awful debt America owes Nineteen thousand millions of mortgaged indebtedness. All the gold in the world would not pay and silver d of this single Item of mortrago Indebtedness, and under our present arrangement of things the awful disproportion between the ability to produce and the power of money to accumulate interest makes the breach between this country and solvency grow wider every year. Prices go down, money going up. Interest eating, eating all the time. How can It ever bo paid? The freo coinage of silver I do not believe to be a panacea for a' our evils, but I do believe it a step In the right direction and for the best Interest of the American people." Signed. "JESSE GRANT." one-thir- ounce. -- v )MTw - WMWmri Witl wwwC f-- Ki snake-fashione- d, 30,-00- 0. one-ha- lf THE LATE ELECTIONS. State elections wero held last week in Georgia and Florida. There was no fusion between the democrats and any other partj in either state, and the republicans had the temerity to lay claim to both. Each gives an overwhelming democratic victorj. In certain counties of Florida, lately devastated by the storm, very little attention was paid to the election; yet the democratic majority in the state will reach almost 20,000, out of a total vote of less than 50,000. In Georgia, despite combinations of every possible kind formed against them, the democrats have increased their majority of 25,000 two years ago to 40,000. In both states the legislature is overwhelmingly democratic, and both states will increase their majorities for Bryan. With$3,422,OCO,000 of mortgages to pay in ten western states, it is not surprising that people out this way do not yearn for a dollar. 200-ce- nt :rir-:-' jm, mss&uir r.mL fV N'SZSSiSSS? J--- 5 -- mm. Mmmmk VMmSm &St3S?r - TiiR Rideb "Oh, it Is painful to think ot our wrangling aswe journey on through life! Let us be ever happy tnd content (aside) with we on top," body seriously urges the limiting of production as a remedy. On the con- trary, me rcpuDiican leoucrs ure siruu- uously claiming that we must have more tariff, thus setting our mills, factories nnd mines in operation and increasing production all along the line. A greater inconsistency could scarcely be imagined. If overproduction Is the trouble, then clearly more tariff is not the remedy. This view is rendered by the fact that the great fall of prices has extended into all gold standard countries. Hence a roercly local application of higher tariff will not reach the seat of the disease. If it be said thatfree silver coinage by the United States is merely a local remedy, I answer that silver is in worldwide use as a money metal. 'Whatever affects its status in the United States affects it everywhere. The United States, in all the elements of industrial nnd economic strength, is more than of the gold standard world. When we restore the full monetary function of the metal it will affect the ".nlue of both gold and silver in Europe, ns well as here, and prices will move on both continents. Nothing has been produced in excess of the ability of the people to consume it, but almost everything hns been produced in excess of their ability to pay for it. This simple fact should satisfy every thinking person that the real trouble Is at the money end of the balance. The money supply has not kept pace with other things. The world's "great financiers" have taken good care that there should be no overproduction of "money" their property. Jor. Chicon-elusi- ve one-four- th .ill combined, and we will catch some adequate idea of the cause bf thepres- :ni universal conapse and Business j "paralysis. Can we not all see that this increase of population has increased the demand for money enormously, nnd can we not all see that this in' Oreased demand Is sure to augment "front year to year? And cad we not see 'that it Is this increased demand which thas caused money to advance in value ;and hence in purchasing power? It 'is too valuable for use. and hence hides 'away. As it does so it takes on new jitrength, and when it sallies forth It devours the world. Think of itl An Increase in our population equal to the population of ten great cities of a mil. ! 11 dol-ln- rs ' MONEY AND WAGES. Free Colnago of Silver Would Set Idlo Capital to WorSf. A dollar that buys 200 cents worth of goods will also buy 200 cents' worth of labor. Cheapness is only good for the masses when it results from natural causes. Commodities are the product of labor, nnd when prices fall the workman's labor becomes proportionately less valuable. A money system that checks enterprise and industry by reducing profits is as bad for the employe as it Is for the employer. Bising markets are. good for everybody engaged in production. Falling prices mean falling wages. Trades unions are able to aVrest in some degree the downward tendency, but the more prices fall lion souls each since 18SG, accompanied "by a contraction of our circulating medium! Could anything be more monstrous? The human mind is not capable of fully comprehending tho enormity of such a transaction. These people arc bone of our bone and flesh of our flesh, and yet we havenot provided one dollar for their relief. This Is but a glimpse of what has been going on since 1S65. Gen. J.B. Weaver, in Chautauquan. I fellow-conspirator- s, to-d-ay 111 'Wm hin 1 Wnml II mm ai-se- J 37,-00- 0. . tak ..v land, . to-da- - Iran - the stronger the tendency which the trades unions have to resist. Dear money implies cheap goods and low wages, and the gold standard gives us money which grows dearer and dearer. Honest money dollars based on both the precious metals and worth 100 cent Is not thef.sort of money that it would pay to hoard. Such dollars in order to be profitable to their possessor would have to be put to work. And the more money that capital. In search of profit, actively employs the greater the demand for labor. It is this demand which fixes wages. When two men seek one job wages fall; when two jobs seek one man wages go up. That is the law of supply and demand. The free coinage of silver would force capital to come out of the banks and safe deposits and usefully employ itself. That would give us good times, and good times are wbnt the tho manufacturer and the merchant are aching for. Nobody who profits by hard times Is of person who benefits the country. Everybody who profits by hard times is for the gold standard. KY. Journal. wage-earne- r, the-kin- Silver Will Do It. The 35,000,000 people on the farms are off salary, that is, thpy arc getting no profits from their labor. Whatever will put the operatives of the "food factories of the world" toearningwages, will make a demand for manufactured products that will start every factory in the country. St, Louis Journal. Tho Silver rroduct. In 1S51 the silver product of the United States was 40,000 ounces nnd the price was slightly over S1.29 an ounce. In w-a- cago Becord. American Independence. A country big enough and bright enough to build and own the fastest armored cruiser In the world is big 1S72 the product was 22,237,000 ounces and the price s still slightly over enough and bright enough to build and own its own currencv. X. Y. Journal. Antl-Amcrlc- 1.29. Memphis Commercial Appeal. Tell yourself, and If bright boy, with whom why It Is that the government canceled obligations which were payable "In lawful money" and which cost the holders only 35 cents on the dollar, and which had 10 or 12 years yet to run before maturity and why It took up thoso obligations and Issued new ones payable In "coin," thus losing the option which was so Important and so valuable to the people. If you cannot go any further. Just figure how much that change cost, and tell mo if you would do It as a business man and still retain your own Let us remember then, that those who purchased the bonds after the resumption act of 1S70 (although such bonds were payable) In coin), purchased them with paper which was not worth coin and probably not worth SO.pcr cent, of the coin, and let us remember thnt all those bonds have rrlnted on their face a stipulation: 'This bond Is fxiyable In coin of the standard, July H. 1K70." Take down your dictionary or any court report, especially Judge Cooley In theThlr-teent- h Michigan, 420, where you will find that the word "coin" always meant gold and silver. You will also find all the authorities collected by your own great Senator Matthews In his speech in congress, January 2S. 1S78. And after you have on this Idea tell yourself what justice there Is In changing the definition so that the word "coin" shall only mean gold, especially when It is so costly to the American people. Have you read Towne's speech and studied the tables there given' Have you read the Stanley Matthews resolution. January 28, 1S7S, declaring that silver sixteen to ono Is an "honest money" with which to pay our bonds? Have you read the resolution of the Ohio house of representatives quoted by him to the same effect7 It N only one of the various resolutions passed by different legislative bodies all over tho country, and I hope you have noted the fact that McKinley voted for the Matthews resolution that to be honest which he now tays 13 dishonest. you recalled the fact that the coinHave age of sixteen to ono was contained In an act signed by George Washington, and that Jt never was questioned until 1S73, and that lt values did not depart during all the s from the discovery of America to the year? I hope you have reflected on latter all theso things because you are pretty broad between the eyes and unless you have considered these features of the situation you may be doing yourself an injustice. Now, my friend Brennan. I feel that I would bo dead sure of your vote on personal grounds If you wero In this district, but I want you to vote and work for the stiver standard In Toledo. You are one of the kernels of corn that Is being ground out by the mill stono of the gold standard. No man In America Is a better living victim of that standard than your energetic and interesting self. It has eaten like a cancer Into your substance, and If It did not exist, you could build a dozen Lexington railroads without asking the aid of any stupid committee or of any syndicate of Bharp-nose- d cashiers. J T1I1 send you Coin's Financial School, which I presume you have read, but I want you to read It again, and as the gold standard paraylzes all Industry. I have no doubt you will have plenty of time to read It. Hut 1 want your voice to be where your heart Is. on the side of America as against England and the English system of finance, which Is nourishment for England but poison for America. Would you believe the director of tha tnlnt If his figures demonstrate tho fact about that America sells to Europe CO cents air of silver every year at ounce for which the European governments receive $1.20 and $1.29 an ounce by coining It, and that this is a loss to our miners. Is a loss to our people and a loss to our balance of trade? Have you reflected that In 1S95 congress refused to take out the word "coin" from our bonds, and refused to abandon tho right to pay in silver, even In tho face of on offer by the Morgan syndicate to pay $1S.223.CC0 more for that issue of bonds at three per cent. In gold than they would for the same Issue at four per cent, payablo In coin: and have you reflected that notwithstanding that refusal, that one party is now trying to make the bonds read Just as If they were payable In gold, and that they are colling us dishonest for contending to the contrary? You must remember that there Is not a public man who has been in public life to years, except possibly John Sherman nnd Senator Morrill, who has not advocated the free coinage of silver at sixteen to one in some form, and that the republican platform of SS3 declared In favor of remonetlzlng silver: that Blaine advocated its remonetlzatlon as forcibly as Teller ever could. I do not wish to make this letter too lengthy so will step, as It Is now quite long. Yours respectfully. O'BRIEN J. ATKINSON. self-respecen-tur512,-0D0.- W uuii, y ., oa.y a . My hair had iallen out until I possible tell that you are blessed, had coin?: to the conclusion that I was soon to have a bald head. Hearing so much talb about Nelson's Hawaiian Hair ElixirSs decided to give it a trial. I purchased two bottles, have used a bottle and a half. My hair has thickened up until I have as good a suit as I desire. It will certainly do tho work. Besides it is an elegant hair dressing; gives lik to the hair and invigorates the scalp. Those similarly affected can't make a mistake in trying it. james McAllister.' "Winchester, Ky., May 18, 'DC Mr. J. W. Nelsox: The Hawaiian Hair Elixir is worthy of every statement you make for it. Send us six bottles more by express. Very truly, Dear Sir: BIEIIN & DONOVAN. The above men bought it only for use in their own families. &-- For sale by W. O. "WHITE. Personal. medical reference balc ta any person afflicted ith any special, chromic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Aeres the leading physicians and surgeons of the United States, Dr. Hathaway A Co., 79 Dearborn street. Chicago. Free DR. PEFFER'S 8YfiL-MSY PILLS l" fj CO W A'EJT DISCO VEKV. NEVEK FAILS. A new, reii&bio anj eaio rebec lor mi p. prestetl. exce-Kire- , scanty or painful raetu tuiat Ion. New cued by orer C9.CU httfir. InT iterates tbese. onrans. lie. ware of dauceruu. tinlt-itiaaaiao paper. tSper box, smaU boxvl. &a pealed in plain wrapper. Send 4c In pt&mps for partSeulart. StJ Nr loeal drnK5Uor-Ml(- CAt. ASSGCLITIO.N", PErFKIlSlElU Cbk-uxo- . UU Sold by Iiiclimond Drue !. "White. Co- - and W. WEAK KIEH ftiADE ViBOROUS. viVi lDA. vft vfeW ISTWT- C-Q- Af. What PEFFEBJS NERVEOQR BiH It acts poverfciir ami qnlcSlj-- . Cures ciien n'.l others fall. Youn ncn resaln lont numbed. rU men recover youthful Tlwr. AlimlnttlrCn? antectl I.ot Minltty, Ira potency, AlchtIyxnlsSon. T.oatjouer, either nnd all ftcx. Falllnir 3Ienor , AYaitlsc "tv.( ! abate or trtrtn i eftcts caui, iniHncrttio. Words oil lnnnilT nrwl consunp'i en Don't let drucglst Impocaworlhlcsssub-tttiu- e Itrlcl Ja a crr-.-t. rrroilt. laaioSciSu. tou (ns rEFEK'S JfEKVIGOK, or tend t r . -Cnn bo carried In vess poeSct. ITeraid plain with A. I"ot' per. 1 per box. or a for Guarantee to Cure) orTSefnn-written PamphlPtfree.Sold by rtrazaUts-.VId- r l l AlEiiiaax. .xss'if . caicio, iu . toCnretrvnt, !.. t Sold bv Richmond "White" iiij -y. Dru- - Co. and W. G. I a iS ?! R. N. i. & B. R. R. Time Table No. 24, In fect May 12, 1895. EAST BOUND. Ef- 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. No. x. I No. x. N0.0. I No. 1 Ex SunlEx San Ex SunlExSan A. M. 6 40 The farmers around Buffalo Center,. WANTED faithful men or es- VenaiUei 5S ia 10 Policy. Advocates an Nicholas rille travel for responsible 11 4 10 II 7 3S Ja., can get but ten cents a bushel for 7 "We are all Americans." shouted I0 3S 7 IS Kentucky. Salary Valley View it 59 8 tablished house in it x. It IO Senator Palmer at Chicago. And yet their corn and have decided to use it $7S(1 and expenses. Position perma- Million r. for fuel this winter. What they need nent. Reference. Enelose Richmond he wants ns to go to England for our ij 8 30 1130 pm 12 13 Tho Union stamped envelope. II JO fnancial policy. Illinois State "Re- Is confidence. Buffalo Times. 11 31 t Ct National, Star Insurance BIdg-.- Moberly gister. Bnsselfc 15? Cold Democrat "row and Far Between." Chicago: PanolaMHH II 49 I 13 In Case of Too SInch Money. 'The Palmer and Buekner ticket seems lnrine... I 21 320 Of course, If free silver makes too to have almost enough supporters to No. 1. No. 4. No. 4. N0.10 much money, the hardworking me- Iform a baseball nine, with one or two WEST 30UNDEx SunlEx SanlEx SunlEx Sua chanic will positively refuse to accept '1i1Q iu tA. ritlAT1 rittllnilA)nrtlM tut uiviutUi uiiaucipuiu II it. Philadelphia Item. Item. r.u. r.u. 3o Irrine 3 40 M. A. X. self-address- ed , Yes, Conadcnce and "lloro Money. r. c nnna UCJU 1 1 NOW'S THE TIME to subscribe for THE U.H.NEFF&C0. -- OLD BYTHE FASHIONED MILL STONE PROCESS. - mOiL Panola- MoberIy- MM A K SI 25 Knpportors of the Gold Standard. The people canjsee for themselves who the men arethat are interested In tlie maintenance the single" gfold stand- Main St?$t, - sss-' Union Richmond Million ..,.,,,, . VaHer View.. Nicho!asTiHe V BnusSeld... - 2,1 6 10 Ii 3 54 13 18 4 40 5 S S 605 a 5 o 43 634 7 55 a.30 3 eo ioo 8. 34 uanner. '- S--7 - - " ' I M!gS.jijriig4.BiiiJita , " "' "sr7 ' ,'?-- u "If-a- - ard. " Theya'reNjB i,very v-- - --- cc, in one 5 CLIMAX a red hot yCouHtryP' 1 (Opposite Glyndon.) - ITiave started milL at Corner Product BougHMnd igMfvgffr4iKi!p& - . a 3 u, - ;-- s .'? .. $'-.- '& A ' Sg&h H-ai-d. a steam corn meal r.u. AC oi ' Oransro and Orchard streets, near, the- old burnt Trains between LotiHviKe Jml Versailles dir. mill. In Eichmond. C8tamprind- - Train between Cwcuuwti -and Nichols" etc., .uaUT. traia eMMCt wttlt Smthe? Ka:!wr inglctono. ileal, JJran,bhIp-stut- i AH tu QHitltUUl. it K ersilies 3J J isJ " J. HB- P- . -- J. se8f rt t T 'M dfe, fx-i-., J.W.Rymel 1 r Tfexamwead irefcwra asd t Great uil LotnvSW.-MMUD fiitfmmMt. with j?&trj2 - - ti'CX 0.1.J ' '- - m iWi AiMm K& !,?' Mil n D9 r- .t fa ' ". - . - iwiwrv- . i l J . - r"rT- ' -- . - -- .lfc vrii "t At CJ r 'f- .... W tf v!fr. r- 3u JT ku( 37 j " S ;..-- . ! - fi . hi 'I 1LJ- - r . .. T. - -- 5t- . vs t ii i v .!., r .J.' v..- it--- -. !. - T - ji r JK. , -. - ' t- -- i"jr .. r. Tkji" ; - i -- v-- i-.xa I - bi. xm, 5- j. . Mil -- -. T- vf" , jiw . II IV . r--- xr (J II r Itjf r- - IS - jf - I - -- H' mWc rmt-km re- THF TT PKICK IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, -- TMAX cover nearly - s, roBusHED jcveky Wednesday by The Climax Printing Co, PER YEAH, $1.50. $1.23 OCTOBER 20. 1896. ADYEETlSnTG BATES. O " 3: SPACE. S "' i H o 3: 2 "" O "3 " 2 g z. i ? 3 " w K O s. " S 2 ? S : ? ? z i so 50 3 50 4 a lnches 3 Inches4 llnch ( 5 Inches $ ol 54 Col-- w. Inches. . 1 75 3 50 ioof Sa5$4 3 50 5 00 6 00 7 50 17 75 22 50 3 00 3 50 8 00 IP 00 JJCel l Col 400 600 00 J 00 50 7 00 10 00 12 on 9001300270040006000 12 00 00 80 15 OO 600 900 1800 270c 34 50 41 on is 00 00 10 00 00 23 00 11 15 $700(1200 17 25 28 34 40 50 25 75 50 00 00 50 60 00 100 00 ter at half rates. 5 cents a line for each additional insertion Obituaries. resolutionH of respect and similar mat &Readtng notices 10 cents a line for first No specified position X DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOK I'KESIDENT, 1VM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOIS VICE PRESIDENT, AUTHUR SEWELI., of Maine. Fort COSGI5E&S. JOHN B THOMPSON, of Mercer county. ron judoe ok the covirr of appeals. W. S. rilYOR, of Hour Couiitv. ANNOUNCEMENT- the area of the United Statest and are loo vast for any possible combination to control. Under our liberal laws, mines are subject to free appropriation by the first discoverer, and there are larpe districts undoubtly ricli in mineral, which have not even been prospected, and thousands of promising leads waiting for capital and labor to develop. The adoption of bimetallism at the November election, and the resulting advance in price of silver, means an immediate demand for the services of at least WX),000 men in the mines and contributory industries, and there quirements of the new settlers will start all the Eastern factories to work with a full complement of hands. The election of Bryan and a faiend-l- y Congress will of itself settle every question at present disturbing the Country, by the simple process of giving work to the idle. Behind the cry of the "honest dollar" and apprehensions alwut the "honor of the nation" will be found the selfish interests of the Wall Street bankers and others interested in the money monopoly who have contributed a corruption fund of $20,000,000 to hire speakers, subsidized newspapers and flood the country with literature creating the impression that there is a popular demand for the single gold standard. If they succed at the coming election it means that every note thereafter taken will contain a clause requiring payment in gold alone, and four years hence- it will be impossible to shake ofT the yoke. They will have the United States treasury absolutely under control and can force bond is sue at any time to any amount, and buy them at their own price. Every obnoxious monoploy and trust is working and contributing to the success of the gold standard and against a policy which will enable the mines in the public domain to be developed and a sufficient supply of standard money to be produced by the labor of the people. "Where will the producing classes stand? one-ha- lf , "Hrty Crowd. 1 As the parade passed Ilagan's corf'nDDLV'DnMnLMf'L H ner on yesterday a man wearing a S 1)1111111 111 IIItIJI llLJI yellow remarked - that ribbon the horsemen in the parade were the dirtiest, greasiest sot he ever saw. VALLEY VIEW. A negro standing by said, "That so H. II. Poston and family visited at boss, that so." The gold bug smiled as if he had said smething very A'ersailes Sunday. Messrs. Elkin and Scott of Lexiugton, smart about the farmers of the Ky., addressed the nonpartisan sound county. I HllllMIMIIIIlliMI TMMMMM FACTS ABOUT FINiKCES. If the people of this country who con- ! wai Puts Up Money And a Steer. An enthusiastic colored man is for Bryan and tho legal use of both gold r, and silver as money. Speed ono of the wealthiest colored men in Madison county, has declared for Bryan and Sewell. ,He made a splendid donation in cash and a lat steer for the barbecue on yesterday AVe believe his influence will bo far greater than estimated by his Republican friends Speed has always been a conservative goodjeitizen. AVe trust that many of his race will profit by his manly stand for the cause of humanity and the cnuBO of the people and come out boldly as true patriotic citizens and show to the county that they aro freemen indeed and not dominated and owned by the Republican party. AVnl-ke- Died At 93. Mrs. P.tsy Lipscomb died at her home CANDIDATES FOR JAILEH. 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. VOB SUIT. I'UHLIC INSTRUCTION. can- didate for Superintendent Public Instruction for Madison county, subject to theyrwfion of the Democratic party. TOR SUl'KKINTKNIlKNT SCHOOLS. ,J-r OK Mk5. John Wilmam.'It is a 1TIJLIC J. W. AVagers is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. TOR CLK1SK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. in Lexington, on Wednesday morning, October 14th, after a brief illness, aged Buried in the Lexington 63 years. cemetery on Friday. Mrs. Lipscomb was born in Madison county in 1803, and was a daughter of Col. Humphrey Jones, one of Madi son's most prominent citizens in those old days, hnvinR represented the county of Wm. Ledford. in the House and Senate. In 1814 he Miss Susie Nave of Nicholasville has built the brick house that yet stands on taken charge of the millinery departthe Red, House pike, opposite Thomas ment of J. W. Masters & Co's. store. Phelps. His was a large aud influential family, and his children were educated PAINT LICK. at tLe best schools. The decenseu mar Miss Inez Gunner of Cleveland visited ried AVilliam Lipscomb, a brother of Mrs. Dr. Moberley, this place, and anoth Mr. and,Mrs. Ed Norris last week. Mrs. James Gibson of Richmond visiter sister married the late R. G. Martin, ed Mr. and Mrs. Ed Norris last week. and now lives at Caleast. Mrs- - Lipscomb retained a clear mind Carlos Fish returned Monday to to the last, and was physically remark Qrsjyetgssk.to school after pxsit to par-- . able. Her memory was a storhouserof" Riestnut b?ot 4lays nforxiauon concerning tlietfT Mr.alcClannahan is stationed at of this count'. bue was a consistent this week ho is succeeded -- "1 christian and a woman of the finest here by Air. AVinkler of Fort Estill. characteristics. Rev. and Airs. C.AV. Crawford held a GOVERNOR LESLIE. family reunion Monday of Mr. Crawford's family, those present were: P. H. Leslie, of Montana, His father C. S. Crawford, of Louishas been greeting his friends here for ville, Ky. Mrs. Moffet of Lpxington, I he past few days. This is his first visit Mo., and Messrs. Geo. M. and Newton back among the scenes of his youth and Crawford and families of Louisville Ky., ol People In Proi iper 3'ears since he was appointed Gov who spent several days with Mr. and ernor of Montana and left for his new Mrs. Crawford. home in the AVest about eleren years J. Mort Roth well of Lancaster spoke to cession 2.nd at tlie Fair iigo. Apparently, Gov. Leslie has aged an appreciative and large crowd here scarcely a day during his sojourn in the Saturday afternoon. His speech was West and carries the seventy-sevewell received and created a great amount Qroufid. j ears of his life as lightly as a young man of enthusiasm. boquet. He re wears his button-hol- e Mr. P. H. Sullivan is expected to adports the Kentucky contingent, which dress the voters of this precinct at Low Yesterday Was a Glorious went from here to Montana, as all pros ell on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. pering, and many of them prominent citDay For Democracy. Fannie and Erera Wallace of Point izens of their adopted State. He is himself now United States District Attorney Leavel spent Sunday with the Miss Here Is The Order of Parade As for the Montana district. Glasgow Francis. Times. Issued By Chief Marshal jnouey club Saturday night. A slim at tendance, as the 53 cent racket don't take in this neck of the woods. Two hundred members of tho J. G. Burrue free silver Democratic club was addressed by their president Dr. North-cu- tt e Saturday at Millers night. Mrs. Jamea M. Hill's pet dog Fluff passed through a trying ordeal lately such as no other species of the canine family was subjected to. It "treed" a ground hog in a hole in the ground and being determined to secure said ground hog it enterred the den and in making an effort to secure its object it packed the dirt behind in the entrance and thus buried itself in the earth. It remained in the ground eight days and was found by Harmon Ranatzer who was rambling over pastures green when he heard a sound of agony coming from little Fluff which had nearly dug its way out of his hiding place. Ho listened and made his way toward the spot from whence the sound emanated, and with hoe in hand he li Derated the pet from its imprisonment. Several Jolly Bidge beauties were in this city Sunday. Miss Robinson of the Big Hill locality is spending a few days with the family school-hous- stitute the producing class get to under stand how the lack of a sufficient volume of circulating money has affected the prices of that which they produce, and thereby their prosperity ; if they get to understand how the lack of a sufficient volume of circulating money increases the debts which they owe by requiring more of everything they produce to obtain money that is scarce with which to pay those debts, no honeyed tongue lisping sound money nor tiie terror of such words as Anarchist, Repudiator and the like can make them vote for a gold standard. But from the kind of information that so many receive it must be very difficult to form very clear ideas of the merits of a question that is of such real importance to them. Few men stop to consider what is money. AVhy it is necessary. AVhat it docs. How much of it the people of the country need, or the world needs. AVhether there is enough of it. How much more is needed, or if more is needed, how to get more of it in existence. Each man is generally thinky ing of what he can get for himsel and does not care to study these ques. tions any more than the theory of the circulation of the blood. But the conditions y in our country arc not unlike that of a man who might eat enough to support a tape-worand not make enough blood to keep himself warm. Does it stand to reason, as some one has suggested, that the bankers know better how to diagnose this trouble than any one else can know ? If so, why ? Does the adding up of figures, writing of drafts bills of exchange, etc., loaning money and again squeezing money out of the unfortunate, give a banker broader views of the needs of his country, or larger ideas of what is the greatest good to the greatest number ? By no means. Does it also stand to reasen that bankers and those who have invested interests bring ing in fixed returns, if they doknjzfa euougli to know how a particular JHiau-ciByslem, how a scarce volumjfof circulating money benefits them aWfle e pense of the grat majority ofjJejr fe). ivy., ana t..i. BS-w- iH be so magnanimous as to advise that such a system be abolished and suggest a better one? Can the people repose confidence in the representatives of great corporations who profess to be more interested in the welfare of the people and the laboring man than their own? Can they trust the editors of the great newspapers, all of which are now run as stock companies, to write their honest thoughts of what is best for the people ? Is not the editorial column controlled and directed by the business management, or, in other words, by the stockholders of tiie company ? When a large stock company paper like the Courier-Journ- al, whose editor Henry Watterson was supposed by a great many people not only to run the whole of the paper but to write everything in it, when such a paper now teaches that which is in every way opposed to what it taught ten years are and denounces those, who still believe in those teachings which they learned from it ten years ago, as being dishonest, repudiators, silver cranksand anarchists, is it possible for anj one not to have some doubts as to the honesty or the intelligence of that paper? Is it not a iame sort of defense to claim that those editorials were written by one who afterward became crazy? Was Mr. AVatterson crazy when he urged upon the convention that nominated for Governor, Simon Bolivar Buckner and that was presided over by John G. Carlisle, "the of each of the old time honored doctrines that has any bearing upon the present state of public affairs; the needful limitations of Federal power; the unimpaired rights of the states; the money of the constitution expressed in gold and silver and paper convertible into coin upon demand." These words were spoken only ten years ago and are at this moment taken from an old Courier-Journ- al pasted in a scrap-boo- k. Is Mr. AVatterson now taking a course of treatment, in a lunatic asylum in Switzerland for having spoken these words? Did any one of the Courier-Journ- al or any one iu the State of Kentucky then admonish him for having uttered such damnable heresy ; for having declared in favor of a doctrine that was, infamous, dishonest, repudiation itself and which would shake the foundations of the Government? Did any one for the Courier-Journ- al or for Mr. Walter-so- n to-dam GREAT BARBECUE. Tkouuii n J. M. Poyntz: ANOTHERJ PURSE FOR TROTTERS. EDENTON. Elvada A'inson is improving long spell of lever. Born, to the wife of Wvlie girl- after a Chief Marshal J. M. Poyntz, JR. B. party. II. 11. Coi.yer i.s a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to tho action of the Democratic FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. I lit Jamks Miller is a candidate for AesMir of MndKon county, subject to the action of the Democratic C. party. free-silee- r, The next congress must be for therefore vote for Thompson. Mr. Bryan must have a congress in order to have legislation. free-silv- er free-silver Terrill, Assistant. Stair Hon. Jno. D. Goodloe, David C. Munday, John R. Gibson, AVilliam Langford, Karvey Chen-uni- t, Jr., Dr. L. J. Frazee, Frank French. Con Taylor, Geo. Evans, Jr., AV. D. Oldham, Jason Walker, James Huguely, AV. A. Williams, J. P. White. Couriers Cas. Tribble, Kit Chen-aul- t, Jr., Dan'l Breck, I). R. Tevis, Frank Tevis, John Hagan, Jno. Chambers James Xoland. James Simmons, Elmer Geo. White, Dcatherage, Joel Tribble, TIios. Collins. Clubs form as The Mounted follows: x. Chairman Jones of the Democratic National Committee sends out an estimate of the electoral vote showing that Bryan has 279 certain, McKinley 81. while there are only 87 doubtful, which shows that Mat Quay's count, putting McKinley in by a big majority, was more wind than facts. MY LORDS, MY LADIES. On last Monday was witnessed a gathering at this place that had more of the air of royalty than any gathering ever before seen. It appeared that all the lords and ladies of Richmond and vicinity had turned out to welcome to our midst two men who spoke for the oppression and final doom of the debtor and middle classes of our people. So many double teams and royal livery were never in attendance here before. The golden rod was the flower used in decorating the room in which the speeches were delivered. It was a fit emblem. If the gold standard prevails this people will truly be ruled with a rod. That assemblage ought to open the eyes of some hero who seem to be unconcerned about the lot of their fellowmen. THE MONEY QESTI0N. The Common Sense Of IL j?. ; After many years of discussion the financial question has resolved itself into three, very simple propsi-tion- s. At least $60,000,000 additional circulation is required each year in the United States to keep up with the growth of population and business, aud the questions are, what 6hall this money consist of, and where shall it come from? The only practicable plans are: (1) To borrow from English capitalists, through their agents on AVall Street. This plan has the disadvantage of adding to our already burdensome foreign debt, and increases the drain of money to pny annual interest charges. (2)" To authorize the Rational Bunks to increase their note issues, and offer them liberal inducements to that end. This would put in a few hands the entire control and profits of the money supply of tho country and result in creating a monopoly sa strong that it would be virtually impossible at a future time to break its power. Please note that neither of the above plans will give 'employment to an additional man, or benefit industry in any line. 13) To adopt free coinage of both silver and gold, and tbcrebylncrease the production of American, mines to meet the demands of business for additional money. The deposits of gold and silver. "miagUd in about equal proportions, A S "- -- Boston, October 12. Helen Kellar, blind, deaf, scentless, tasteless, has passed the Harvard examination with credit. and Cth Sts. She had no preparation and the examUnion, on Moberley between 3d ground. iners did not know who she was. and otli Sts. Owen Newby has gone to Fayette She will enter Radcliffe (Harvard Speedwell, on Moberley between 2d annex) at a younger age than most fresh- county on business. and 3d Sts. Mrs. W. B. Newby was out buggy ridmen. Red House, on Walnut between 3d Mr. Gilman, the director of the school, ing last week. She has been an invalid and otli Sts. wished when Miss Kellar was first for several years n College Hill, on 5th between Mobbrought to him to find out how great had II. B. Hogg and, J. Speed Smith spoke erley and AValnut Sts. Doylesville, on AValnut between been her progressiu the different subjects at Newby last Saturday. I. N. Douglas which she had studied. To this end he asked for a division of time and was 2d and 3d Sts. gave her some of the preliminary Harv- granted 15 minutes. When he spoke Ladies' Mounted Clubs will meet ard examination papers, the same papers the negroes and rabid whites yelled, in front of Court House, then lino which were presented to candidates at howled, and treated him shamefully. will be formed on 4th Street. Harvard aud Radcliffe College last June. Dr. J. A. Davis will move into his new Clubs on foot will be formed on 2d Though she had never had any prepa- dwelling next week. Street. Extending line out 2d to ration for college examinations, in fact, Caldwell Higli School building. The farmers are sowing wheat and rye. had never had examinations of any sort, Alsiting Clubs,will be formed on she passed Free Silver is gaining in this communthe papers submitted with 1st Street. credit. The time allowed for each paper ity. There are few Republicans, who The parade will move promptly at precisely the same as that given at will vote for Bryan & Sewall that will 10:30 a, m., East out Main to Estill; was tegular examinations, but the questions not talk. And others are openly advothence North to Fair Grounds. cating Bryan & Sewall. 1st. Chief of Police and Assistant. had, of course, to be read to MissKellai, w inch made the time left for answering 2d. Richmond Silver Band. KINGSTON- Club them considerably less. 3d. Itiehmond Bryan-Sewe- ll Mr. Itoy White, has returned from The answers were typewritten in clear, on foot. precise English, ami almost without mis- a business trip to Sommerset. 4th. Visiting Clubs on foot. take, either in spelling, punctuation or Miss Mattie Shilflit and her cousin 5th. Speakers in carriages. and brother have returned from a Cth. 16 to 1 Ladies' Club,white horse subject matter. The Harvard examiners to which they chnstinut hunt in the mountains, es, by twos. were submitted agreed that, judging by where, they met a party of yong 7th. Ladies' Clubs by fours 8th. 'Richmond Mounted Club, the same standard by which they are people. AVaco. Foxtown, Kirksville, Valley accustomed to judge all papers, Miss KINGSTON. View, Kingston, Union City, Red Kellar passed in every subject tried. College Hill, These subjects were English, French,. Speedwel, JHouse, Delayed. Doylesville; Newby and Crutcher German and history. Prof. J. Robert Boatman is spending Thus she has already passed five honwere assigned places in line of march. ors of Radcliffe's elementary examina- the week at St Louis. Red House and White Hall Clubs tions; this, too, at the uncommonly early Mrs. Mahala Pigg, who was quite low each had 16 young ladies in white age of sixteen, after only nine years of of malarial fever is again able to be out mounted on white horses, and one in conscious development Mrs. Morris, of Hopkinsvilie, is the gold on a "yellow" horse. The long guest of her sister, Mrs. Dr. Hurst, of Helen Kellar Tvas born inAlabama this place. possession moved toward the fair July 27, I860, her father being a former Mr. J. R. Azbell was in Laurel, Jackby thousands grounds, observed Confederate officer, and later a United son ami Clay counties last week, on offithe, way. along States marshal. No attempt at education cial business. Our next Congressman opened the was made for the first 6eveu years of her Owing to Bro. Mehan's illness, the speaking and received marked at- apparently hopeless life. was when about eighteen months protracted meeting at the Hays' Fork It tention and applause. Gov. Stone, of old that she lost nil senses but that of church was closed last week with no adMissouri, was a favorite of tho day. . touch. In 1887 she was taken to the ditions. Many say his speech was the most Perkins School for the Blind, in Boston, Mr. AValden, a very efficient blackpowerful for free and unlimited coin-ag- o and placed under the care of Miss Sulli- smith from College Hill, lias accepted a of both gold and silver ever list- van, who devoted her life to the educa- position in Mr. D. D. Pennington's shop, at this place. ened to in Richmond, and convinc- tion of the little unfortunate. Hon-JoThree years later she had learned to U. Thompson nddresscd the ing to every one who heard it. arlticulate, and with a rapidity followers of the white metal at this place Gov. McCrcary, Hon. C. J. Bronston of by those who bad totfo with last Friday night The audience howevand others were on tho prognm. children in the possession of their full er was quite slim. AVe are credibly informed that the number did.not exceed Everybody took to the burgoo like faculties. In 1894 she was removed to the AViight sty. "ducks to water Hamoson School in New York refusing to Rain Interfered seriously, begin- become an inmate .of a scliocl built in . Last Saturday afternoon .Hon. A. R. Burnam .spoke for one hour to about 125 London and named after lier. ning at ;noon. Soon after that she became apt in in- persofis, npoe ui iwuee ot me oar. Atterpreting the speech of others by feeling , "Ifwas li famous victory." &wBmmmii gwMawea, uu ii lips, and now Js able to commune' ,ier RJ r rl A AVho .mjr uuuiunu; i'is , not for their fiVti n:T any ou wiiiuu imu&i- ih caie whh -- Richmond, on 5th Street between North and Main Sts. AVaco,on5th between North and Moberley Sts. Foxtown, on Cth between Main and North Sts. Kirksville, on 7th between Main and North Sts. Aralley View, on North St. between Cth and 7th Sts. Kingston, on North between 5th The Stock Farm, that reliable and pro gressive horse journal published at lex ington, Ky., comes to the front again this year with another liberal purse ior trot t ere and pacers. The horsemen seem to appreciate this effort in their behalf since the publishers inform us that they received over five hundred entries to a similar purse given last year. The Stock Farm certainly deserves to be successful in their undertaking, as they are offering to the horsemen of the country a chance to win more money for a small investment than was ever given them before. In fact, it only costs the ridiculously low sum of of one per cent to enter, and less than one per cent to start for a purse of SG.000. They guarantee the purse to be this amount and the nominator is taking no chance whatever other than that which depends upon the ability of his colt to go fast enough to th Burton a win. HELEN KELLAR, BLIND AND DEAF, ENTERS HARVARD. Born, to the wife of James Flater, a boy. Born, to the wife of Dan Simpson, a boy. Died, a twe-yeold child of Sidney Masters. Buried at Friendship church on Silver creek. Reagan & Ham have just laid in a large 6tock of winter goods. Maybelle Fayne has been vbiting her Uncle Irvine Roberts at Ruthton. AValter Hendren, of Nicholasville, was over the other day. Simps AVarren is huilding himself a new barn. N. P. Cobb, a nice young widower, is all smiles now. Lookout girls, you will hear something. ar NEWBY. A. J. Holman is going to the Infirmary be treated for an abscess on his hip joint. He has the sympathy of all his neighbors and relatives who hope for speedy recovery. Luther Bogie died last Tuesday and was bnried Wednesday at Bogie burying tD hn pt , - r4 -- . -vs V?iJI jifc. " -- ' pBffrwUajw, r-ir - MHHUV BBflW Jir Ufa. ur Jr. litiam'awri.. 51 I , - I ?r4S- - :,. JET- - 1N .' " CV, r7 lighted room filled with Overcoats. find a Have we enough ? If not, how Sales on our market for the week just Men's Suits in all styles, and prices lower than ever much more do we need ? If we need ) closed amount to 2,917 hhih?. with re It will pay you to look through our stock. more how shall we get it? hhds-Sale- s In the circular issued by John G. Car- ceipta for the same period 1,323 on our market since January 1st, lisle, Secretary of the Treasury, July 31, AVe can only say come and m amount to 13S,I83,hhds. Sales of the crop 189vi, it is there staled that itiere is a i Forty cases to select Ironi circulation per capita for the year 1896 of 1895 on our market to this date ) Boots, 50c up ; Men's Boot-- . .? . amount to 133,119 hhds. of $21.10 and that the population of the Receipts and sales have been very United States is 71.390,000. This ia of every kind of money, but there isuo light on our market for the past week. in Xotiwh We Hare Almost such amount in circulation. But for the We are glad to he able to report that the manufacturers have been buying more sake of argument admit that there is. Needles lc, Lead Pencils lc, Thimbles lc, Darning i AVhat is the most prosperous nation in freely and our market for hurley to3) lc, Clark's Thread 4c, Dolls 5c up, Tea Pot 20c. 1' the world It is France. Air. bacco lias been more active and prices S) better for all grades except the com10c up, 3 Spools Thread 10o, Lace Curtaiu-"WindoFrames Carlisle states iu the same circular that ) monest off colored trash out of condiShades 10c up. France has a per capita circulation of $) $35.77, therefore, we should have to add tion. A few hhds of new hurley sold ty poor prices low. to the volume of our circulating money this C) The following quotations fairly repreover $910,000,000 to make our per capita circulation equal to that of Fiance. If sent our market for hurley tobacco 1S95 $35.77 be a good thing for France, would crop: Hose 5c, Ladies' Vests wilh sleeves 15c up. it not be a safe limit to which this couu-fctm- ri Trash (dark or damaged)? 1 00 to 1 50 We have no doubt the largest stock to -- tlect in ( 2 00 to 3 50 rails: its per capita circulation? Common colory trash shown in this city. Medium to good col trash 3 50 to 5 00 And we need it now. AVhen our popuC lation and business further increases we Common lugs not colory 2 00 to 3 00 Blankets 39c. a pair up. Comforts G5c. cp 91 4 00 to 6 00 shall need more. We shall have to in- Common colory lugs iO crease the capacity of our mints to coin Medium to good col lugs 6 00 to S 00 e- Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 7 00 this amount of money within scch atime 7 00 to 12 00 e as to make any preceptible change- for Medium to good leaf 12 00 to 15 00 the better in the depressed financial con Good to fine leaf 15 00 to 25 00 dition of our country. This can be easily Select wrappery leaf Pocket Knives 5c up, Hammers 5c to 25 ( t done by increasing the number of mints, SALE OF Claw Hatchet 39c, Hat and Clothes Hacks I Or, File -- ; THE LATE NICK FINZER'S for if we should coin an amount equal to Inch XX Cut Sc, Scissors 5c to 4Sc, Tacks lc. li BREEDING ESTABLISHis what tho Sherman purchasing law at"Wheels 3c. Tea Spoons 4c a set, Table Spoi us e. MENT. tempted to add to our currency, viz: Sprinir Balances Sc, Nickle Alarm Clocks (iiuaran.-- . c, fifty-fomillions a year, it would take Nut 3Iec Graters lc. Large Graters 4c, Knives ami ' 3 16 years to increase our volume of curAX AGOREGATE OF $44,875. 40c and 50c a set, Wash Basins Imperial Enanieifi rency to as much as we need now. By Ware 15c and 25, Hair CtfrTers 3c and 5c, Waiters 1m, that time the increase of popuhtion and A large crowd attended the sale of the 15c, Crumb Trays and Brush 15c, Cook in : Spoon i ) business might require as much more. Glen Agnes Stock Farm and thoroughlong 3c, Cooking Spoon (heavy) 17 inches Ion-- ; 5c. There ncyer was enough money in the bred stock, property of the late Mr. history of this world. No one need fear FriNick Finzer, near Middletown, there will ever be too much. The oppo- day near Louisville. TRUNKS S1.50 DP. TELESCOPES 35c. sition of those who are interested in Tne sale was conducted by the Fidelkeeping it as small in volume as possi- ity Trust Company, executors of Nick Hats and Caps All Prices. Laundred Shirts CCc ble will always be sufficient to keep the Finz-- r, deceased, and the property was up. Respectfully submitted to the Cash Trace. people of any country from getting as auctioned off by S. S. Meddis much as they need. Comparison is often There was a good attendance from made of the conditions in Mexico with Louisville, augmented by a those of the United States. It can not from a distance. Breeders ot number the thorbe claimed that any financial sstem can oughbred horses were well represented, absolutely change the character of any among them being Milton A'oung, H. P. civilization. It would require a great Headly, Chas. McMeekiu, Chas. Moore, many other things to make Mexico as and O. II. Cheuault, Lexington, Ky.; J. prosperous a nation as the UnitedStates, N. Camden, Ir., A'ersailles, Ky.; J. E. Main Street, Richmond, Ky. but it is true that Mexico is more pros- dishing, Chicago, 111.; Breckinridge y perous than ever before iu her A'iley, Midway. Ky.; Kinzea 1 .8 Stone, history, although she is doing business Georgetown, Ky ; Louib-vill- e. Hiram Scoggau, upon an imperfect bimetallic titandard. The influence of a volume of currency The farm and slock brought an agMRS. FRANCIS IN WASHINCTi"- THE A10ST LUXURIOUS CITA'. upou the prosperity of her people will gregate of $14,875, the farm alone selling also be seen when it is ascertained from for $25,240. aud the stock $19 635. The Choosing Her Home for th Wi iter S the circular of the Secretary of the Treas- farm consists of 306 acres, and is one of FARULOCS AMOUNTS SrENT YEAKLY BY SEW ury just quoted that iter per capita circuthe highest improved stock farms in the YOKKEKS. lation in all kinds of money is but $4.95. Afrs. Francis, wife of th State of Kentucky. Air. Finzer expendA'ou can accurately ascertain the prosof the Interior, has found ed nearly $70,000 in improvments in adperity of any civilized country in the dition to John Gilmer Speed writes of the money ilavs of AVnshington Iifr the first cost of the laud. Bid world by its volume of circulating money. in "The Jlott Luxurious ones. She has been devoted . ' ding on the farm was confined to Messrs. spent annually The per capita of gold in tho United George City in the World," in the October tirely to hou.--e hunting. Tarleton and J II. Linn, both of States according to Mr. Carlisle'u circular Ladies' Home Journal. He asserts in a pleasant interludes oeeurn Louisville, the latter representing him is $S.41. This estimate is questioned and prefatory way that New A'ork is the most as receiving a tew frienl, w n self and J. J. Douglas, the by many denied as being too large, but trotting luxurious city iu the worfd, and that ex- lieved a part of the httitidruii horse man of this city. After for the sake of argument let it te admitpenditures are made on mere living with Francis ha conve to W.i some pretty exciting bidding the farm an elegance and ostentation unknown in with a perfect appreciation ted; and if the values of all commodiwas knocked down to Mr. Linn for ties, of labor and of debts shall be estianv of the capitals of Europe. The total pleasant phases of its sot-i.i- l i $82.50 per acre, or a total of $25 240 Air. mated by the amount of gold which we worth of New A'ork would, if equally di- with a large exp"rience m repreLinn stated to a Courier-Journvided, give to each man, woman and of this kind, which will lw ,, have in this country, as those who advosentative that it is his aud Air. Douglas' cate the gold standard propose, one can child of that city $3,756 S2 an amount service to her during the m. -to use the farm for breeding greater than any other city iu the world. wintor season, ami psjm i readily see what will be the disastrous intention purposes for both the thoroughbred and Air. Speed states that $20 400,000 are paid time when most of those w effects upon the producing interests of trotter. His purchase of imp Eothen annually to the lawyers of New A'ork ; the cabinet circle of host. this country until we shall return to the of broodmares corrobora money of our fathers, the money of the and number $11,32S,000 to physicians and surgeons , have but little desire to ! ated his statement. $3,000,000 to the clergymen ; $2,665 000 ing the last days of Constitution and which was favored by ever state in these latter days that the Adir All things considered the thorough0 to architects; $1,600,000 to dentists; law down to the year 1873. contrary views of what is the money of tion lively ones. TIk com n bred Btock sold well. There were only Sound Money Man. to brokers. An aggregate of about lady, therefore, who wish, the constitution had been entertained by a few mares that are what is called fash- $100,000,000 is spent annually for cloth- an active part and is anij! them ten years ago, or that they had ! Icr.ably.bred, and this, combined with ing, $10,000 000 for furs, $20,000,000 for tent to do it, with as little found those views to be incorrect or false COUNTY J UDGE BURNS DE. tiie hard times, caused a nnmbei of them diamonds and other jewels, $3,500,000 for time as possible, is reallv .i and therefore abandoned them? Not to fjell very low. But when well-brecut flowers and growing plants; $20,000,-00- 0 of great thankfulness all aron ' much. They were exposed to the public was beleived bv everyona familiar goodlooking individuals were offered good It on yachting (the boats representing before they would he made to confess it Airs. Francis is a yotiiu: " with the case that Judge BurusMe would prices were realized. This fact was il- an investment of $20,000,000), which is Therefore, let every one this year do a although the mother of six -- ., -lustrated when colt, by imp. during the first of the week, something more than is spent j early on little thinking for himself instead of fol- surely expire butThuesday, noon, he begin to rally Eothen, out of imp. Alaori, was IcuoJced horses and carriages. The elevated rail- of whom are A'ale students J lowing these irresponsible, 1 improved considerably. down to Milton A'oung. proprietor of the roads take in $12,000 000 for caifare, and Perry Francis and David K. ' leaders who assume as a labor of love and has since Jr., 18 and 17 years of McGrathiana stud, Lexington, Ky., for back-setthe docthe surface lines $15 000,000, a total of Francis was born in St. hmi to do the thinking for the people of this With no accidents or through, though $1,000, after the hottest kind of competi- $27,000,000 for going about New A'ork. country. There have been great men, tors say he will pull father was John D. Perry. I.r his escape has been remarkable, indeed. tion. Air. Speed estimates that $31,837,500 are ceased, who who have studied the questions of finanaccumulated a l.i' has been several years since a It spent by New Yorkers each year in Eu- tune and was the original ces as the astronomers do the stars. His appetite has returned somewhat and weanling has sold in Kentucky for that signs of returning strenth. ropean travel, $3537,500 of which go for the Anchor line of steamships These men are called economists. If he shows sum. steamship tickets. New A'orkers spend Francis has two sisters, tin yon-wiconsult the writings of the fore- We desire to say here that the family The star attraction of the sale was the for beer and $00,000,000 for Perry who, like her, were most economists for the past 200 years deeply appreciate what has been done in. elegantly bred horse, imp. Eothen, sire $30,000,000 and in their native city and .ir. you will find that they all agree on this by their kind friends during thi3 great wine and spirits about sixty-si- x trouble and affliction, and words cannot of Requital, regarded as the best race two-thir- d dollars for each person per known in its social life. point at least: that a universal gold horse now on the American turf. The standard is absolutely undesirable. The expreess the gratitude they feel toward bidding was very year. In their gifts to charities Her marriage with Mr. 1 spirited from the first, reason is plain. There is not enough gold. all. Such kindnesses are never to be are most liberal, $9,000,000 being took place in 1877, ami th a number of persons joining the strugThey also agree as to the functions of forgotten. Lancaster Record annual sum thus expended. Alore advancement in fortune and gle to obtain the splendidly bred son of the mouey being to facilitate exchanges, to money is spent in supporting and fur- favor has been continuous -Cincinnati's Chief of Police complains Hampton. J. II. Linn, who bought the thering church work in New A'ork than AVhile Air. Francis was mayor ' " measure values of commodities and to that many people leave their doors un- farm, outlasted all his competitors and of the Louis their home was the is paid all theatres and play-housdetermine present values of debts paya locked, at night it, got the horse at $1,000. city. The total spent for amusements is brilliant hospitality. Prrsid, r ble in the future. They also agree that ATolante, the apple of Finzer's eye, considerably more than Airs. Cleveland were the zv- the value of money is different from DINN'T WANT TO BET. sold for the low sum of $250. He cost $5 900,000, while is termed the commercial or rate of is contributed to the Bupport of Alavor and Airs. Francis the fi what the late owner of Glen Agnes $7,500 sev- $6,000,000 interest it commands. They agree that '87 and were handsomely nr, rt i eral years ago. King Lee. who cost Air. churches. There have been ever so many men by the value of money is to be underi . Finzer in the neighborhood of $15,000, Leverinc, Prohibition candidate for by them. Again tliirinar th stood its exchange value : whata dollar who have had no end of fun in aanounc Air- Francis as governor of sold for $150. The chief cause ot King President, was in the State last week. will exchange for in commodities or its ing the Bums of money they had to bet Airs. Francis was a most on the election. There hasn't b;en any Lee selliugsolow was that W. F.Schulte, Chief of Police Lusby, of Georgetown, value in the paymeut of a future obligaproprietor of the Argyle stud, has a was robbed of his revolver, while push- hostess of the gubernatorial tion. The sonnd money, bald Bryan money floating around, bo ex- lease on him for five years without com- ing up to the ticket office to take a train. and made friends from eer headed, silk hat men of nho as- travagant offers to bet large sums have pensation, and no one cared to the state. Airs. Francis is st invest sume to themselves all the wisdom and been made with impunity. mourning for her father. ' mone that would have to lay so long STILL IN A AVATERBED. In the exchanges bankers hive an intelligence on such matters, have arrodeath occurred two year ao. without any return. gantly denied these functions of money. nounced that they had any amount to has given much attention to r A total of seventy-fiv- e head were sold Airs. James Gatewood, of Alorehead. bet at big odds. They went unchalleng: Yet opposed tothem will be found such for an aggregate of $19,635, and a feature Ky., is at the Emery. She is here visit- erection of their palatial nc w economists who have liyed in the past as ed until yesterday. Then free silver in St. Louis, in which they I'ul of the'sale was that not a single animal ing her daughter, Airs- - Young, whose r t " John Locke, Petty, Lewis, AVolowski, money appeared. No one knows wheth. was passed out of the ring, a thing wonderful treatment at the Good Sama- pected to move this fall. Tl r men were bluffing or er the Cernnschi and Sir Isaac Newton. (See cost upward of $200,000, and its c seldom seen in a sale of so many ani- ritan Hospital has attracted the attention Enoclopedia Brittanica on mouey for not, but it was shown that the other fel- mals. oral outlines greatly resembli ' of the entire tnedical profession. The views of those who have advocated the lows were. White house. Until yesterday announcements were patient Etill keeps to her bed of water. several systtms of a single standard, a Afrs. Francis-ha- s a slight, gin s Cincinnati Post. Awarded bimetallic standara and a composite sys- publicly .made that $10,000 to $1,000 figure and fluffy, fair hair. M WcKiuIeyJ! There Highest Honors tem.) There you will find that while would be bet on World's Fair, UEU. W. KlhhY well read and woll informed on 'i wasn't a free silver peep. these great thinkers have differed on the rent matters, and is a brig1 ', r' a Just before the Stock Exchange closed merits of the systems mentioned, they After the .selec tit-- of i Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends agree on the' functions of money that yesterday Douglass & Jones, members to . house 3Irs. Francis will Broai) street, Wright's Celerv Capsules. of hopes to hao been stated. Locke, Petty and of the exchange, $4, No. on24Bryan at odds Shelbyville, Ky., May 20, '96. To Louis for awhile, but 000 Lew is were in favor of a single standard offered to wager back hero again in October. Onl. Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: but were opposed to gold beitig selected of one to four. Notice of this was sent purchased a box of the two youngest boys, Charles aaa Gents I have for that standard. To Lord Liverpool of to different brokers who have betn offerSydney, will spend the entire w Wright's Celery Capsules from G. ing to bet. ' It was a fl transaction for a England will be accorded the honor of: here with their parents. Oudruggist, and used them foa tw being an out and out gold standard man, customer," said Mr. Douglass yetiterday. Stomach, Torpid Liverand Const i ts 11 and.the other 8. The other Sour not because-i- t was beat for other coun- "Personally I am for sound money. AVe Kowhma nation and found, that they cave me im- boys,CarIetonand Thomas tries or for the world, but best for Eng- -' made everv offer to plwe the motley and mediate relief every time. 1 think it an will attend college in New land for the reason that she wasthecred- -' failed." New York AVorld. Star. Iexcellenfremedy. itor nation of thSworld. Yours very truly, ANTED 7AITITFDJ."aEN )RTV10- If, therefore, money makes it easier for Annia AVVir. Louisville, obred. Iu men to travel for resnous We eg-9 Geo. W. Hilew -, ,a man to exchange wlieat fortaittkj er tablfshed house in. Kentaeky.; Jary saed AVilliam Weir for $3,700, claiming rma- corn for his winter groceries,, orit it 6V f ion ww epow9tM. irveivtvu. 'Who ata. Milnlt thaf h"e has kept her in slavery nant.. KfrBoe. -- 3EnoIoe 'i -- d-. -Wanted-- n of aooM ihMln soe asKneipattea, and paid her not. Tfce' Kvm. Grade Cmmk uresjKasiMaHHMH van -- feunai, afOTW"pyntfree wit belonged-pa m AmmmKMtm orany ofe ofaftcW u'ffl before trUB UBfcMgo, :?-- ; , tiou ? , - it irr 7 which is made a lesral tender for such purposes then in circulation wul determine the value of that money, and thereby the value of all cbmmodljes and debts ? If harvest hands are few you have to pay more for them. If dollarsare few you must give more wheat, more cattle, more labor to get one of them. The size of the dollar docs not change, but it is the wheat in the sack which rises higher, and it takes a cow to bring what should have been the pi ice of si calf. Does not then the value oi a dollni depend upon how many dollars of full purchasing and debt paying pov.'er there are in circulation? Is not tlie value of money, like the value of everytaing else in this world, regulated by tlie law of supply and demand? Economists agree upon these ideas. Suppose there was only one hundred thousand dollars of legal tender money in this country with which to do all of its business. Would any one claim that such a dollar was an honest dollar, a dollar containing one hundred cents in silver or gold .' While the size and impression of this honest dollar would remain tlie same, would not its value as measured in wheat, cattle, labor, etc., be equal to what ten or twelve thousand dollars should be? Then, how much money hae we in the United States in circnla 'sKr"'i-- r -- .v "T3""f5 -- "e F" - r . i 1 I. -- v- - . C. tf rjtw, j "Si. '' ft"SJ- - -n. ?. -l a.-- ,- -i '-- i 7i. j, -' , rj ' ? ;MftSr'---BJ r i - ." V - Cheucy & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the Eum of (100) One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. or Onio, City of Toledo, j SS. J Lccas County Frank J. Cheney tnakes oath that lie is the senior partner of tho firm of F. J. 3T.UE s Wmm m ww fo, 11 GfSB.rtarE&.,HV vWA WNy W bgLy - ( ) ) Fkaxk J. Ciienky. Sworn to before me and suliscribud in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1S86. A. AV UP STAIR o5 ) Notary Public. Gleaso.v IR CHARGE OF (0 6) f9 G) JSEAL Halls Catarrh Cure is taken infernally and acts directly on the blood and muSend for cous surfaces of the sjsteni. testimonials free. F. J. Cheney, & Co. CSuSold by Druggists, 75c. IS- J MRS. JL D. u E ) 6) e; - 22 L0DISVILLE TOBACCO KET. PUBLISHED BY GLOVER A DUPltETT, MAR- - a & A A ) $ ) With Goods i m great variety at LuwhbT rKiUES. have onr store crowded ) LOUIS- VILLE TOIUCCO WAREHOUSE. We have our Clothins: on Second Floor, where lare B., . "T()rr"l 1 Erajlkior; t) to-da- w week--quali- HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR al Fb Handle Hardware, Cillery, Etc. . . 1 ELDER'S BARGAI STORE, 82 to-da- VAAA,( : ' well-know- al -- .i-- s, ll -- New-Yorke- 1 es i -- T i !.! ed to-da- y free-silve- i ! mm CREAM Da ing-talker- . iter - BAKING of-Tf- J ,j o"fc nob,; . &-; P&.l Idea er cS!pSC: iaaf$ '-- .& .T- - -- JKSf?-s- h- - 'CJ&.l rr V r ni - "J ? ,: & i - isiz. 3-- """.v THE CLIMAX; rCBXJBKKB XTSKY WKDNESDA.T T 0"'fe'r,'t;74 4! y Ths Climax Printing PRICE PER XEABi v IN ADVANCE, v . WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20. SYX&TXSXXa eeriMCM-lthe. urea of the United Stat esj and are too Tailt for anypossiDie combination to control. XT JUnder our liberal laws, mines are subject to free appropriation by the Co. first discoverer, and there aro large districts undoubtly ricli in mineral, $1.50. which have not even been prospected, $L25 and thousands of promising leads waiting for capital and labor to develop. The adoption of bimetallism 1896. one-ha-lf ' " it -- u .vy p -Ea5n?wr-cwH- . -. - j -- j- v -; at the November resulting ad means an im services of ai mines and and there qu tiers will st ries to work' ment of Jian( election.-.ranrLth-e. .." " lu i thopwrdepisse4Hagan'B,eor- - 1A ' WkVV N UN'U ner on j'esterday a man wearing l itiiiiiiii.iiiiiwiiiivinii, tn uuiiiuwi vyi iiu. yollow ' remarked - 'that s ribbon '2 the horsemen in the parade were the dirtiest greasiest set he ever saw. VALXEY VIEW. A negro standing by said, "That so H. IT. Poeton. and family visited at boss that so." Tho gold bug smiled as if he had said smething very Versailes Sunday. Messrs. Elkiu and Scott of Lexington, smart about the farmers of the ' . county. ... t .1 jponeyclub Saturday niKhtiABimat- 11 S 'As -t.. i Hk vP'. miiwbimhiw --. " ?r- r- r?:-Vr&fZ- s. - ffijirf ABqPTriMABCP. ,Z . T '1 i - "II JJ j. wm -- - - .., FACTS " u -- r - - ; If the people of this country who con- ?T" '.. ?" m ? SATES. i.. -- fa--- 1 stitute tbe producing class get to under stand how the lack of a sufficient volume of circulating-mone- y has affected the prices of that which they produce, and thereby their prosperity ; if they get to understand how the lack of a sufficient volume of circulating money increases the debts which, they owe by requiring ev.i, J. m..itf4nnltM ofltll t Wllie W by the value of all commodities and the senior partner of the firm jf F. J. debts? If harvest hands ire. few you Cheney & Co., doing business in mo city HS " J !... .VTTt" T" w urn uw.i,hiih0biu we vuui --"-'- - s . '.rTSg' '"Tyr-m 1 . 1 V9 l.v-1fe,".s.s'cACcecstT b b n n s - j . b a v nsi & T' a WAAZMrvM T XccAsCocsTr !. Ms.fc II jtf i j - - "a" (Wm!FW . IHI a m b m h ht S t ' kj sCXb. PHil I 'J1T1 i ffil (Ft lf?I (ill Ijl III K HA llfl QEnflJ ftJ EUiLd - . TT m uv 3B vi .T" CK? STrSA fvdUv KTTT2V H'.JLJ'i R - mZ VU-'- i have to pay more for thera. If dollarsare few you must give more wheat, more cattle, more labor to get ore of them. The size of the dollar does not change, but it is the wheat in the sack which rises higher, and it takes a cow to briny wbat;should have been., thciprice of , of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the1 euro of (100) One Hundred Dollars for esrh aud every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh .Cure. FltAXK J. CllENEY. - Sworn to before me and subscribed in pup STAIR o $4.S00,-000,000. "", mmm mm - Mi ) S" . rV- - O s H 5 S SPACE. i- S f $ r Inches, Inches, Inches. 3 Inches. 3 4 $ Inch Col.. JiCol. 8001100 Col 1000 rolw. a 50 3 00 3 jo 4 00 6 co i oo$ i 50 i 75 j jo 10 6 12 s 15 7 5 8 6 00 9 9 00 13 00 27 7 75 34 1500 22 50I 41 j 30 4 00 I3 3 50 SCO $4 50! 700 on ii 00 00 IS 00 19 00 23 CO CO 27OC 00 40 CO 5 50 00 on 60 001 CO 7x J 12 00 17 The electiq JO S 287s CO 3 34 So 40 00 CO So 00 ICO 00 in- ly Congress question at Country, by giving work Behind thi t - . -- Rcading notices to cents a line for first sertion, 5 cents, a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of rerpeet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. lar" and a "honor of found the AVall Street terested in have contril of $20,000,00( dized new 1 X DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR rrtESIDENT, country wit impression demand for If they sue it means tl taken willff payment Jj years henc shake off tl the United1 under conn sue WM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, atanw buy them a obnoxious? working an cess of the; a policy wl in the publ : AUTHUR SEWELL, of Maine. FOR CONGRESS. JOHN B THOMPSON, of Mercer county. TOR JUDGE OF THE COTJRT OF APPEALS. and a sufQi money to h the people. "Where w .stand? ? W. S. TRYOR, of Henry Conntr. WLT-CANDIDATES ....- - ANNOUNCEMENT- - A G FOR JAILER. 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. FOR . SUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. struction for Modison county, sub ject to theyrrction of the Democratic party.- y FOB Mrs. John WilliamJJ? is a candidate for Superintendent Public In s Thousand' cs.sioi SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS. OF PUBLIC for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. J. W. Wagers is a candidate YestercU Day! Here Is T Issu S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbont, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. Chief Mi H. H. Colyer is a candidate for vid C. Mi Sherill of Madison county, subject William to tho action of the Democratic ault, Jr., party. French, C W. D. Old is a candidate Huguely, for Assessor of Madison county, sub- White. ject to the action of the Democratic Courier! FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Terrill, At Staff li James C. Miller ault, Jr., T The next congress must be for Frank Chambers therefore vote for Thomp- White, f son. Dcatherai lins. Mr. Bryan must have a The M congress in order to have follows: legislation. ree-silefree-silv- er free-silv- er party. i Bichma Chairman Jones of the Demo- North am Waco, c Moberley Foxtow North St M "V cratic National Committee sends out an estimate of the electoral vote showing that Bryan has 279 certain, McKinley 81. while there are only 87 doubtful, which shows that Mat Quay's count, putting McKinley in by a big majority, was more wind than facts. MY Kirksvi and Nortf Valley 6th and 7' Kingxtt and 6th S LORDS, MY LADIES. last Monday was witnessed a - gathering at this place that had more of the air of royalty than any gathering ever before seen. It appeared that all the lords and ladies of Richmond and vicinity had turned out to welcome to our midst spoke men who for twe the oppression and final doom of the debtor and middle classes of our people. So many double teams and royal livery were never in attendance here before. The golden rod was the flower used in decorating the room in which the speeches were delivered. It was a fit emblem. If the gold standard prevails this people will truly be ruled with a rod. That assemblage ought to open the eyes of some here who seem to be unconcerned about the lot of their On Union, and oth g Speedwel aud 3d SJ RedH ar,d 5th S College erley and Doyles 2d and 3d Ladies' in front' will bo i Clubs jc Street, Caldwell j Visitin 1st Streei The pa 10:S0 a, n thence N 1st. C 2d. It 3d. B on foot. 4th. V 5th. S 6th. 16 es, by tw 7th. JJ Sth. ri Waco'.TJ View, JHouse,4 Doylesvi were assl fellowmen. THE MONEY QESTION. The Common Sense Of IL ? After many years of discussion the financial question has resolved itself into three, very simple propsi-tion- s. At least $60,000,000 additional circulation is required each year in the United States to keep up with the growth of population and business, aud the questions are, what shalL this money consist of, and KedH where shall it come from? The only each had practicable plans are : mounted (1) To borrow from English capitalists, through their agents on Wall gold on.j Street. This plan has the disadvan- possessk tage of adding to our already burden- grounds; some foreign debt, and increases the nlom thi drain ot"money to pay annual interOur ne est obarges. (2)xTo authorize the National speakinj Banks to Increase their note issues, tention And offer them liberal inducements Missouri to, that end. This would put in Miinysa a few hands the entire control and profits of the money supply of tho powerfm ago of bt and result in creating a sa strong that it would be ened toj virtually impossible at a future time ing toi ,te break its power. Please note that Gov. 1 neither of the above plans will give '.aployment to an additional man, and othe JEveryl r benefit industry in any line. '39gjMKtt- 18) To adopt free coinage of both 'duckslt .j . silver and gold, and Iberebyincresse Bainl 0be production of American mines "TTIirafS a .fcza tz t i'.. eet the demands of business for . irwji . ' . afWiOowai money. ot gold and t silver r 4w09itn mo-Bopo- ly - i character, npon the manhood and womanhood of the of wheat or less. Gold has risen in nation. When one Is stripped of his possessions and can- silver is standing still. (Applause.) commercial value and the products of the farm. Larger quantities ofLmoney money sufficient to take it all? Tho reportof the United fact that the notes you present call for 'coin and nt for To close the mints have to be shipped from the money centers to tte coun- States Treasurer shows there is now deposited with gold. (Long continued applause.) Congress refusal r,, not find the wherewithal to comfort his family and to to silver while leaving them open to gold, taking away try to pay for these crops. The farmers get the money, the banks of the United that strike the word 'coin' from our notes and govemu.i provide for his natural wants he becomes a desperate the option of the States, subject to check, man. To say that he is a poor citizen but feebly ex- sliver, Is what hasdebtor, and destroying the demand for and the next year raise the same crops over again, and This is the supply of money necessary for the bonds, though they provided that you could bind t. o affected Its relative commercial value keep the money coming, with high prices to them. When transaction of presses It Such a condition creates a loss of pride. with gold. a normal people of the United States to pay you gold, .n.y It is not fair to clip a bird's wings, and then money is high priced, and tbe farmer's products are low Fupply of money business. It indicates what $4,S00,0o0.-00- 0 legal tender money in your dealings with themas tb La , e we When the Information comes to one, accustomed to the damn it because it Is for this country. That is, can't fly. (Long, continued applause.) priced, the reverse is true and wealth accumulates In the is in the banks snbject to the check of the people turned you loose on the people but the notes you preownership of a home, that be Is to lose that home, after cities. (Applause.) THE SILVER BULLION OWNERS. years of toil, and that Information Is conveyed to such on which they are doing business. Tills is what the sent against the government are payable in eoia' a.i They say that free coinage of silver Is in the interest reports of the banks show. How Is it made up? We have not in" gold, and I tender you silver and not guld.' person's wife and family who have worked hard and EFFECTS ON WAGES. all told, in this country, about $1,000,000,000 of ail forms (Cheers and applause.) uliared the tolls and troubles of the husband and father of the silver bullion owners. If that is true, then free They say wages have not declined. If the treasurer of the United States or his assNnnt and all this coming upon them In some manner coinage of gold, which we now have, is In the interest Store clerks in the city of Chicago In 1S73 got $12 a of money. And yet. wifh only $1,600,000,000 or money did not say this, the spirit of old Andrew Jackson shoi.i of all kinds in this country we find that there is there comes with it sadness, sorrow and dis- of the gold bullion week, about an average of that They are now getting owners. (Applause.) If there Is tress. When tens of thousands In distress are multiplied being used b3 the people. How do they get it? rise up lehiud him and break bis head with a hn ki.rv In tills wav: club. (Cheers, cries of "Good! Good!" and applaus into hundreds of thousands, then there Is that general anything in their argument, they should advocate the an average of about $C a week. 0 Unorganized labor has fallen proportionately. It is feeling that comes as If some great chloroforming proc- closing of the mints to the free coinage of gold. When A. deposits in bank. say. $10,000. B. borrows the The tolling people and producers have lieen as if m j. nightmare; the sufferers of wrongs inflicted upon : ., ess had settled down upon the nation. In the midst a government decides what our money should be made of only organized labor that has held up prices, aud it has ftom the bank, but does not take the money; it i done that in two wa3s: One Is that organized labor Is placed to his credit. Now the $10,000 has swollen to through the selfish action of the money changers f ii . of It all we hear the cry of the creditor: "Pay iu honest it decides it, or should do so, for the benefit of society, among dollars, maintain your credit as a people." The people and when the mechanics, where experts are re $20,000 on deposit. The $10,000 is still in the balk. world, and their political allies in office. And if ,11 ;i;i; that decision is made it should be made with quired, and the supply redouble their energies. They are aN honest. They want reference of that kind of workmen is lim- C. comes in ami borrows ir. and nl.ices it to ids credit. supremo moment, when victory has been woa, the ui'.ii. v to civilization. Any collateral benefit that ited. a do what is right, whether real or seeming, but the task may But organized labor holds itself up by reason of its Now there is $30,000 on deposit. Interest is being paid dealers and officeholders conspire to make a chasm result to those who dig it out of the ground is in- unions. They of producing enough property to purchase the enhanced finitely are intelligent. They stand together as a ou $2u.000 of it. A. has $10,000 to his credit, the capital tween the day of election and the coming of thp dollar is too great, and they finally surrender their pos- thereby.small as compared with those who are benefited brotherhood of men fighting in a common cause. And in his business, on which he is paying no interest. B. following the 4th of March, we will then tbe won- - u. . yet In spite of their organization labor has had wages and ('. have each $10,000 to their credit as capital in their sessions Into the hands of their creditors. bury them forever from sight beneath tbe tnn i inThe loss to our wheat growers and cotton growers, by partially dignation of the American people, il.f.ng contmu. business, and they are both paying interest. The result Is terrible in its consequences to the Amer- the reduced. demonetization of silver, to say nothing of the ownican republic, as like sellish laws have been to all former Unorganized labor has declined 50 per cent; and tens This is how we find there is $4,SOO,000,000 on deposit, If they are bent on creating conf nsion. iVt us ,, . republics. The census bulletins show that tenantry ers of all other property, mounts up into the billions of of thousands are unemployed and are getting nothing. with only $l,l'.(K).000,000 in the country. It shows that it and be over with it It will be of short duration, ind years, and is in- This makes tramps; it makes fallen hopes; it makes dis- biisine-- s demands $4.iO0.000.o00. It shows that busi- the Legislatures will stand between their people :i an tuis country Is increasing at an alarming proportion, dollars, during the past twenty-thre- e disproportionate with the Increase in population, and finitely greater than any loss that has occurred to the couraged manhood; It makes less of good citizenship ness is borrowiug $3,300,000,000 of it. If it did not need such traitorous action at Washington, till tbe n- - l"rt-dei- it in this country. Add the number of workmen organized, if it would mv borrow it and pay interest. The lesson to that those renting homes in the city of New York-ar- silver miners. and a patriotic American Congress is in m .. u, HOW IT WILL CIRCULATE. now 04 per cent of the whole and this condition unorganized and unemployed, and get your sum total, bo learned rrohi this is: - ra that represents the hope and honor of the nation. J.uey say, suppose we have free coinage of silver. It then divide it into the wages they receive and you have rapidly sweeping westward. That the country needs $4.SO0.0O0.0OO to meet the nor- aud applause.) With this alarming Increase In tenantry, with foreign will only benefit the silver bullion owners. How will it the gold standard, measured w Ith even exactness Into the mal demand for money. It needs It just as It needs a INTERNATIONAL MONEY". creditors now the owners of millions of acres of our lands, get into circulation How will you get It without work- bone and tlesh and blood of the laboring classes o the normal supply of wheat or anything else. If you want They- - say we must have the same as the " to confirm this, take the loans .1iowm by the Treasurer s ttud billions of dollars of our debts, with an alarming inUnited States. (Applause.) ing as hard for It as you do now? nations of the earth" crease iu the number of inmates in our peuitentarios; report at $l,7i,b7tl,-l!)5- . The labor question is a question of supply deWith only $1,000,000,000 in the The answer Is this. When the silver bullion owntr mand, and so long as farming is unprofitable, and ople government, they jails and Insane asylums, and an alarming increase in There is no such thing as interaatkHwI noser. Ue the p are loaning three times that sum. the number of Miiddcs, disproportionate to the Increase takes It to the mint it will be coined into money aud are gravitating to the cities. And there is an ovei sup- This money is furnished how? The banks furnish it with did the greatest business iu tills cemntry with ot in population, all portending the breaking down of our handed back to hn, or, the paper representative, ply of wage earners. JCb remedy is hi,her prices and a the credit system, by which one dollar is made to circu1S01 to 1S73 that we ever did bef'.re .,r 'gravitation of wage earners to the couutry, where they late in place of three that are needed, and the banks countries from civilization, what do the men on the other side of, foTT resentative money, will be handed him, while the mints have done since without using either gold er silver i it Question say in reply to It? . - ' v IatCr Tbe first thin" ho wl11 Oo wiI1 be to Iuy11le can build their owu homes and earn their own living as collect Interest on two of the dollars. For each dollar money. (Applause.) ' THE ACT OF 1S78. raCfrads the freight on it; this part will go into circula- - their own employers, and not as the servants of other in existence we are paying the banks Interest on two our ' people. (Applause.) dollars. This is the way the banks work the actual Four per cent, of our business is dose with - ji They say that the act of 1S7S restored ton uy uciiig paid to the employes on the railroad, and of mouey in existence up to the normal volume. countries, and 1HI per cent, or our business. ms!i'!g ., TENSION HOLDERS. from them to the boarding houses and farmers, who supthe legal tender ciiaracter of the silver dollar. ply the boarding houses, and to the merchants, wbeio They say to pensioners, "You can buy moro with the With $l.i;uo,iio(M'iJO hi existence, the people are using it use of money, is done at home. Which shall we if ' The answer Is this: the railroad employes buy their goods, lie ill next pay muuey you now recene man you can with tim same and paying interest on more than $3,300.00O.(NX) addi for? The four per cent, or the (MJ per m.? Win u ti, t tional. Thi interest varies from G to 2 per cent. At S 6ay that we inut have the same iivoni-- as th niow That act did not open the mints or restore the debtor's the smelter that- ,:uMed it, the reliutv that refined it, and money If we had free coinage of llver. Witn free coin . . per cent, it Is a tax of $19S.nuO.0nO annually to support enlightened nations of the fc.irtfj" meaning tli- : !.. til oplion. It nominally restored the legal tender character tl...j , in lia,- it -j uieir einp:oyi's. ue win i"t-go ip age prices will double, ii": and you will buy less with your uus s.siem in supplying tne shortage lu our money or Europe, it is a proposition tnat is ..i of the silver dollar, but in fact did not do so. It pro- the mountain where the miners ate delving iu the groHnd. (Applause.) pension." ly the forerunner to another proposition a little !ai .m. and he will pay the men in their shirt sleeves, the uinors vided for its legal tender "except where otherwise proThe banks are interested in holding down the volume and that is that we must na he same form f gi. Here is an admission that prices will advance to double who have mined it, vided in the contracL" Such a provision delegated to trains that packed he will pay the owners of the- burro what they as "the most enlightened nations of Ue 1.111.1. uow with the free coinage of silver. This of money, and supplying the remainder needed with aie it down the mountains. He will piy the iudividual to bay what was legal tender money, the manufacturer for the machinery that ho'stcd it out selfish argument made to pensioners, is made to men who their system. (Applause). They take the quantity of (Cries, cheers and loug continued applause. whereas, before the government had dictated what was of the ground, and for the powder that blasted it from risked their lives on the field of battle for their flag, and money in existence and stretch it like a piece of rubber. THE CONSENT OF EUROPE. And they sometimes let loose of their end. (Laughter:) legal tender, and provided for It from both metals. The the earth, and when ho is through putting it into circu- ft is now a question, under the present system of conThey say we must have the coiient of Enrp-- 'In fiscation, whether we are to have a republic or rot to When over avaricious they sometimes stretch it too far old world before we can legislate act of 187S was taken advantage of by the money lender lation he will be a fortunate man if he has 10 cents ou pay these pensions. (Applause.) And in this struggle and break themselves, but as a rule it is the people that monarchies of the the dolkir left. (Long applause.) to flood the country with notes, bonds and mortgages, get hurt and the bankers are benefited. So, if we were ourselves upon this vital question. That is the humithese veterans who defended the republic once lefoi'e, WILL RUN GOLD OUT OF CIRCULATION. payable in gold, and since then billions of dollars of our again on the side of the integrity of the flooded with all the silver in the world available for liating proposition imide to the AmericaB people, tbe deThey say the free coinage of silver will run gold out will be foundmen debts Lave become payable In gold money, by written nation. The who make this base appeal, intended use as money we would not have to exceed a normal scendants of Washington. Jefferson, .dams. Henry, aud cou tracts. Iht act of ISiS carried the act of 1S7.5 from of circulation. So far as I have not answered of money. (Applause.) The world has been uuder their compatriots who freed us from monarchy ami gate this, the to reach a selfish nature, are the men who stayed at home statutory law into the written contracts of the country. answer is this: during the war, and tni'llicked on the necessities of the the control of the money dealers. The people have us an independent government. If there be truth or They were afraid the act of 1S73 might be repealed, and Gold is not now In circulation to be run out. There Is government. The loyal patriots of tin's country will be been made to suffer on account thereof. We have never for that indignant proposition, then we are sot yet they wished to clnak themselves under the constitutional no gold in circulation among the people. It is in the bank satisfied with the honest money of Washington, Jeffer- had a normal supply or money, aud have had to tax our- freed from England, and a second dcbiratkm of indeprovision providing against the impairment of the obliselves as a people to the money dealers to conduct the pendence should now be proclaimed. (Cries, ebwrs aad son, Jackson and Lincoln. Thousands of our pensioni-i-gation of contracts. The act of 1S7S is worse than the act vaults of the large cities. It is cornered. And the gov ernment is uow at the mercy of those who own it. I wish are losing more, in their business, or occupation, or by business cf the nation. Should the world ever be emancontinued cheers.) of 1873. The debtor, as a rule, has nothing to say when to remind you, citizens of a republic, that no money loss of occupation, by reason of the hard times, than cipated and an unselfish and intelligent civilization be . CONCLUSION OF THE SPEECH. eicecuting a not-The creditor, as a rule, can dictate the way of pensions. They are in t in control of it the people then living will wonder at the they are getting in terms of the note. The act of 1S7S, though should be the money of a republican people that does not Idlers and beggars, the Thl3 is in a larger seuse a question of civilization. Inexistence of such a period as that in which seeking presumably restoring the legal tender of silver, gave to circulate among the people of the republic. No republic the government. (Applause.) their only subsistence frou will recite with wonder to their children we live, and dividual selfishness crystallized into laws, as I said in the statement can exist as such for a long period whose vital necessity the creditor the option as to which of the two moneys that there was a time when all the business of the woild opening, has been the cause of desjiotis'ms ami the moth-e- e LIFE INSURANCE POLICY HOLDERS. be was to be paid in. When the creditor has the option he is not in possession of the people. When in the posseswas conducted on a financial system, based on twenty-twof monarchies. The history'of the world teaches it They say that the holders of life insurance policies will demands the dearer of the two metals, and the dearer it sion of a selfish class, it will be used to bull and bear feet of gold. (Long continued applause.) prices till prosperity among the people is ruined (Ap- be paid in'depreciated money in fifty-ceGreat nations arose in Asia and Africa in the earlier nets the more apt he Is to demand it. This forces the dollars. The SAY SILVER'S VICTORY WILL PRODUCE A PANIC commercial parity of the two metals apart, whereas, be- plause). Silver was the money of the people and circu- answer is this: of the human race, and they rose as high as ours They say the election of a free coinage President and history fore 1S73, the debtor had the option, gave it to the weaker lated to the very pores of civilization, as it does now as is as tested by the principles of humanity. And gold dollar is to remain oni Congress If the present token money, and no money is appropriate to a republican will produce a panic. metal, If either was, and thus maintained them at a standard money, if depression and low prices, loss of ocpeople that does not thus circulate. (Applause.) later iudividual selfishness was crystallized into the laws parity. The answer is this: As soon as it Is known that a free cupation is to continue, the policy holders will bo unable of those governments, and they ftiL The property of the IMPROVED FACILITIES. LARGE COINAGE OF SILVER. to pay tbe premiums on their policies, and they will lose coinage President and Congress is elected, silver will people was accumulated in the hands of a few. and the They say that Improved facilities is what has lowered by forfeiture what they have already They say there has been a larger coinage of silver since raid. And where begin to advance. Silver's advauce means the decline of people fled to the country along the northprices. not forfeitable, distress aud ruiu will come to them be- gold. As everything fell with silver, so will products liberty-lovin1873 than ever before. ern shore of the Mediterranean. There they reared answer is this: From 1S50 to 1S73, and especially fore the benefits of their policies are received. Or, they advance with sliver. Gold will The The answer is this: Under a redemption monetary sysbe the only thing that is again a great republic, which lasted until individual self1SG0 to 1S73, was the greatest years of improved will be compelled to hypothecate and sacrifice that which tem, the quantity of representative money Issued, should from is intended for their families, after death. The prompt- falling.' aud falling gold means the depreciation of it and ishness again got control, and wilh insidious Liws drank facilities this country has ever seen. And, yet, in the ing spirit sot exceed iu volume the quantity of redemption money that caused them to seek to provide agaiust its equivalent. Money wiU be declining iu value and up the property of the people as this the country. Not In the national treasury, but In the face of improved facilities, prices advanced. We had all distress for their families after death will prompt them property will be rising iu value. Declining mouey will A few men came Into possession of the Improved machinery for farming, prior to 1S73, to save their families from distress while living. The seek Investment in those things that are rising. It is law is doing nation, among the people; for, it is presumed that if the . ; luuuvj iwii is uojirueu; uepreciatlug inoncv of all the property of the people iu the Roman republn-except the and yet, iu spite of these improved life insurance companies are the greatest money leude-government needs it, it can borrow it from Its citizens. Again a liberty-lovinpeople seeks investment in the rising markets. Money will go aud theu the republic fell. we have, and are on the side of the money lenders. When a nation borrows from the people of a foreign na- facilities and lessening cost of harvesting, the farmers' actively into circulation. Gold will not be hoarded as Bed from there iuto the more modern nations of Europe SOUND MONEY. tion, It is only a question of time, if long continued, when products increased in price. The reason was this: While freedom aud liberty, representing humanity, has ever will seek investment in those things that it is now, They say the gold standard is sound money. We are are rising. but improved facilities were creating more property, it was It will cease to exist as such a nation. (Applause.) (Applause.) found a home ouly ou the frontier of civilization. From When a disproportionate quantity of representative also creating a larger production of the two precious all in favor of sound money. They should not rely on Put silver In competition with gold again as money modern Europe, where selfishness put the crown upon money is issued, it shakes confidence In the ability of metals. The prices I refer to were the rising prices in sound words but should furnish us with sound arguand you take the enhanced value out of gold. The know the head of monarchy, our forefathers fled and came to tlie government to redeem it, and general confusion and tho world's markets. (Applause.) The cost of produc- ments to support their theory of the gold standard. The that it is comiug iuto competition with gold will the United States, and here they reared a republic when? unsoundness may be given to a financial system thereby. tion is not what makes prices. Prices are made by the gold standard is an experiment on trial for the first time start the decline of gold. (Applause.) U'lo-- it is kuovvn they hoped to put a chain on selfishness aud preserve an So, that, when silver was reduced to the position of reprelative quantity and demand therefor of property and in the world since 1ST:;, aud we have reaped its bitter that a new crop of money is coming to compete with gold equal distribution, according to the honest energies of resentative money, the Issue of any quantity of it in the money, one is seeking investment In the other, and fruits, and we now know the reasons of it. If I were par in the demand for mouey, gold's decline wiU have begun. the people among their descendants and their posterity. form of representative money had no effect iu building up their relative quantity, and demand therefor, regulate aphrasing this disastrous system of money, I would say (Applause.) The wheat crop in existence. In the elevaAnd now we face the same thing here. That spirit of our stock of primary money. Since 1S73 the government their relative values. Improved facilities may cause of this "sound money" that it is the sound of the auc- tors and granaries, begins to decline when it is kuoyn despotism that has enslaved the vol Id is now here in the has purchased stiver, and coined It Into a representative 6verproduction of a product, and in this way, by tioneer's hammer! the sound ot the clod upon the coiDn; that a large new crop of wheat is coming to be iu oMnpe-titio- n United States, aud by the slow process of impoverishing money. There is no judgment displayed in buying a lower its value. But industrial history shows the sound of the pistol that takes the suicide's life! for the people, aud through laws that are hard to .underwith It. (Applause.) This is true before the costly metal to coin it into token or representative money. that there is no sucli thing as overproduction for as long such it has been. (Long applause.) with our backs to Chiua. with no other is harvested. Aud when it is known that a new stand, we crop of money Is coming to compete with the old It would answer the same purpose to coin our token a period as three years, and seldom for two years. The tne country to which to fly, face that same spirit of selfishINDEPENDENT ACTION. money from lead, tin. nickel, or other substance. So producers of the world have their hands on the pulse ot old crop will decline in value. (Applause.) As soon as it ness that has enslaved the rest of the world. Republics They say we cannot go it alone. long as it is redeemable Iu gold, or made subsidiary to the markets and shift their energies to those things for is known that a free coinage President and Congress is may uot be enduring, but monarchies are not. Monar I remind you again of the quantity of gold and silver elected, we will have passed the rubieon, and che gold, the issuance of any quantity of it will not restore which there Is a demand. If you cannot at once grasp chies have descended into barbarism. Armenia. Turthe foundation of our financial system. (Applause.) foot block of silver on which niug of prosperity will have come. (Applause. this teaching of industrial history, you can, what I am in the world, of the sixty-siUnless key. China, and the nations of Asia and Africa, are all about to say. It Is this: There Is no such thing as over- the demand of the United States is to operate. When the despotism undertakes to override the will of tit people. that remain of monarchies except those of modern EuEXPORTATION OF SILVER AND GOLD. They say our security holders will throw our securities rope, and the same grave into which the ancient aatioun They say that under bimetallism, when there Is a dif- production wheu there are tens of thousands of our peo- United States throws its mints open to the silver of the of the earth have goue is ready to receive the more modple going hungry and half clothed. (Long applause.) on the market in a rush for gold, and that thete .securiference In the commercial parity of the two metals at the Improvements make new demand for labor. Rail- world, this is the supply, this block of silver, that has ties will fall iu value and a panic in stocks and bond.? ern nations of Europe. It is the spirit of selfishness carlegal ratio, of one, two or three per cent, the cheaper ways have set tens of thousands of people at work with a the privilege of being coined into money by ur mints. will be produced thereby. It will be their loss and not ried into laws. Selfishness is a consuming fire that metal will take the place of the dearer metal and the new occupation. Gas and electric light plants, from the We produce in the United States, innually, from our ours. If they are foolish enough to sell us our securities burns aud destroys. It will destroy individual character manufacturers who make the improvements to the men fields and factories, enough to take all the silver in the at the fearful sacrifice they predict, it will be our gain, aud it will destroy national character. CaU it what you latter will be exported to foreign countries. employed in operating them, multiply the number emloss. (Applause.) We will be the gainers and will, a dragon, an evil spirit or a devil; it can be aptly The answer to that is this: If we are not in debt to forto pay for it. That is the demaud. And such a and their ployed fnr beyond the number engaged in making the world tliey will be the losers. They will not do it. It is l.ot termed a serpent, with its tail in India, its body in Eueign countries at such a time, it Is true that most of our lamps and tallow candles they had superseded. nation can fix the commercial value of silver, at the ra catiral that they should. It would be a mad panic rope and its head raised iu once proud America. of silver, If at a premium of three per cent, over gold, as it Will you fight it, citizens of Illinois,? (Cries of tio it is coined into money. (Applausc.i If the world their own making. (Applause.) Rising prosneiitv iu the THE QUANTITY OF MONEY. "Yes, Yes.") Then throw aside politicians. Throw aside was just prior to 1S73, is shipped to foreign countries in money now per capita as in wants to flood us with silver, we can produce from our I'nited States would strengthen those securities aud not They say we have as much those who have a in asking you for your exchange for gold at three per cent, premium, and the 1S73. The answer is this: It is true we have In gold and fields and factories in a single year euough to take it all, depreciate them. (Applause.) votes. Study this question for yourselves and when you all the silver in the world, and the next year we eau proGOLD CONTRACTS. Is added to our our stock of metallic money. But gold have studied civilization all forms of credit money as much per capita as we had duce the same thiugs over again, aud say to them, "If They say gold would go to a premium, and those who prosperity of mankind weand the effects of law on the this does not lessen the quantity of metallic money in In 1S73. But over will then rear here an endurs of this money is credit you have any more silver, bring It ou." ;Long continued owe debts payable in gold would be unable to get It with ing republic. It will no longer be a question of experithis country, but, on the contrary, increases it by the mouey, d is gold or primary money. applause.) Such a nation can fix the connneicial value and less than three per cent, premium obtained for our silver. Where ment. We will erect one that will be iuto money. which to pay their debts. The answer silver with gold at the ratio it is coin-It shakes confidence in it all. ofWhat happens wheu our mints are open to silver as in competition with gold and taking Itsis: When silver is enduring, and when we cease to scramble permanent and prior to 1873, we received from foreign countries three It is, therefore, over the things place as monev, per cent premium on our silver, we aie now selling it to Primary money fixes the sea level of prices and will sup- they arc now to gold? It Is this: Thi silver of the world, gold will be cheaper than it Is now. (Applause.) We will of this earth and pile them up around us, as these millloreign countries at 50 per cent, discount. (Long ap- port only an equal quantity of credit money; any greater as tho gold of the world can now do, comc3 to our mints, ionaires are doing, who now would dictate to you and I plause.) Lastfyear we sold to foreign countries at a free issue of credit money does not help the situation, but on Is coined into money and handed back to the men who buy more gold In exchange for our products when tne de- how to vote; when we cease that, then we will come to a coinage valuation, $75,000,000 worth of silver for about the contrary, it is harmful. We have less than bring it. What do they bring It for? To exchange it mand is less on gold, than we can now. (Applause.) To newer and a brighter civilization, in which we wiU study 438,000,000, whereas under bimetallic conditions (1S72), as much primary money now as we had per capita in with us for our property. Under such a law. we buy none SEtisfy the most skeptical. I will illustrate it this way: the principles of humanity aud not the principles of we would have received about 77,000,000 for it. selfish Interests. (Applause.) 1873. We have only half as much sound money now as of their silver; we make it possible for them to deal Suppose for a time, while these gold debts And with such a people If we are in debt to foreign nations after an exchange in 1S73. When you consider the money hoarded up in with us by exchanging their silver, as money, with us pt.id, that gold is at a premium of 10 per cent,are belug we will go forward step by step, testing questions by ihe sil" over exports and Imports we set- bank vaults not to go again Into circulation, except in for our products. A man in a foreign country would of products a balancing of principle of humanity, and we will make a race of great vtr. You would exchange your for tle with them In gold or silver. Under bimetallism we the form of loans, which Is hurtful, there is not to ex- not part with his silver in exchange for gold for less $1 in silver and with the silverwheat,00 instance, lor men and great women, and it will lead to a brighter and buy cents in gold, ahip them in settlement the dearer metal, if either is, ceed five dollars per capita in circulation in the than par at the legal ratio with fiosa whp thus seek to wiereas, now you receive only 50 cents in gold. P.yput-tin- g a better day. aud keep the other metal for our owu use as money. United States. It is not money to loan that gives a buy It. Why? Because, he would answer, "I can coin Now. let me say this in conclusion: It is to the ladies silver iu competition with gold Either answers our purpose for primary money. Uuder healthy tone to business; it Is money seeking investment my silver into money In the United States and exchange purposes except the payment of gold as money, Tor all here When the women of this country take up debts, the value is these conditions, prior to 1S73, when gold was the dearer, It for anything those people have, and they produce In taien out of gold, and you buy DO cents' worth or gold this question of civilization as applied to politics we are purchases that benefits trade. (Applause.) we shipped them our gold, and when silver was the that country everything that a man wants, for his neces- foj a bushel of wheat, whereas, you now get onlv 50 going to win. Politicians will go to the rear and the peoEFFECT ON FARMERS. dearer, say, as it was just prior to 1S73, at a premium of ple will come to the front. In the breasts of the women sities or his comfort: it will buy anything there that gold ceits In gold for the bushel of wheat. (Applause.! They say to farmers, admitted, wheat is 50 cents, but 3 per cent, we shipped them our silver, and with each will buy." And such a man would not part with his sil'.The free coinage of silver means that those who owe or this country there is a feeling or humanity that is dollar shipped, we settled a dollar and three cents' worth you can buy as much with that 50 cents as you could ver for gold except at par, less the cost of shipping It to goM debts will the more easily pay higher than there exists In the breasts of men who are their debt with gohf. inured to otdebt (Cries of "Good, Good!" and applause,) As it is with the dollar when wheat was a dollar a bushel, so you tne United States, or, in other words, exchange. This Is (Atjpkinsc.) commerce and traffic. (Applause.) When the uow, with each dollar shipped we settle only 50 cents or are not Injured. the effect of the United States passing such a Jaw. It They say that creditors will sue their debtors in a women take a hand in this tight there will be an end of our debts. The answer Is this: It Is true that a farmer can buy-a- fixes the price of sllf or the world over. Mexico cannot do sciamble for gold. Well. that.Is what they are doing white slavery and a new and better civilization for the Thus we see that the dearer metal leaving us Is to our much calico and cotton cloth with 50 cents as he could It, because she has not the exportable wealth. The Uni- now. Bankruptcies can hardly occur more rapidly than people of the United States. (Applause.) I thank yon advantage, and not to our disadvantage. In the first In- before when wheat was $1 a bushel. But he cuuuot ted States has. (Applause.) they are occurring now. When It is knowu that relief Is for the kind and earnest attention 3011 have given the stancewhere we are not in debt it does not lessen the pay his taxes that way. It now takes two bushels aud THE LATIN UNION DID IT. cotaing and the creditors seek to slaughter an already presentation of our cause. (Long continued applause.) quantity of primary money among us, but rather In- nearly three bushels of wheat to pay as much taxes as From the close of the French war to 1S73, (he Latin distressed people, the people who have won a victorv at creases it In the second Instance, it enables us the more one bushel of wheat would have paid In 1S73. Whereas, Union, composed of France, Belgium. Italy. Switzerland the November polls will be able to take care of readily to discharge our debts to foreign countries, where- 17,000 bushels ot wheat would have paid the prsqd For One Dollar we will moil, postpaid, to any nt's The Legislatures Iu nearly all the States meet as, under a monometallic system, tbepaymeut of our salary of ?25,000 in 1S73, it now requires 100,000 bushels and Greece, with half the population that we have, main- thiit winter. Aud those that do not meet lu regular ses- address, the following books: debts Is the harder to be made, and deprives us in the of wheat to pay his salary of $50,000. And it was the tained the commercial parity between gold and silver, may be called together lu special session. Stay liw-exportation of our gold, as Is the case now, of the only same Congress that Increased the President's salary from the world over, at the ratio ot 15Vi to 1. Th.s silk looms sion Archbishop WiMh. EIiXI5TXISM AND MOXOMETALUSM-- By wiU be passed and the people will be saved, conprimary money we have. (Applause.) factories and fields of the Latin Union tinued applause.) This is a death struggle of France, the $25,000 to $50,000 a year that demonetized silver. COIN'S FIXAXCIALSCifOOL-l- tr with a. W. h. Ilanev "rVlo"" o?SSS THE FIFTY-CENDOLLAR. favoritism and neglect of the rights of the producers were sufficient in the markets of the world, in tho de- monster, but the people united can overthrow fearful .ww,r y 1 1 IU UAir. KV II llnrYMr .vuiu fcCIH it An Trice.. always come with despotism. It now requires two mand made for silver at their open mints, was sufficient, plause.) say that the silver dollar is a fifty-ceThey dollar. has A TALE OF TWO NAT io'xs in nov'etMl'r V 'if ila'rVeT" '"? Z1 on the supply of silver, to fix its commerOn Its face it says it is a dollar, but they say it is a fifty-ce- and three times as much of your wheat to ride on a when exerted A RUN THREATENED ON THE TREASURY. ..r: "CO 25 CCU.i XII. 7(WMVM CIVAVrii , i'rV,.r car or i street car as it did in 1S73. Those cial value with gold, at the legal ratio, at which thty dollar. The gold dollar, on Its face, says it Is a dol- Pullman SSS They say that if a free coinage President and Congress NO. 8 OK COIN'S FINANC At SKBIF PriS of trusts will be held up in were coined Into money. What the Latin Union could do things under the control dollar. (Applause.) The price and producers will suffer In the exchange of their the United States can do. (Applause.) lar, and; we say It is a are elected, there will be a run on the treasury, it wilt lNkBOOXb all for 1.00. beet postpaid. silver in a silver dollar, as measured in the gold standard, property for them. I would say to thp farmers that the be depleted of Its gold in a day. and that will cause A THREATENED FLOOD OF SILVER. a COIN PUBLISHING CO., 362 Washington Boulevzrd, Ciicaso. at 50 cents, will buy as much wheat, cotton or other pro- kernel of this whole question Is right here: other nations of the world "would find themselves panic. The The money dealers are engaged in dealing In a crop Tlia answer is this: If the Wall street bankers ducts not affected by increased demand or underproducro to the money, and that crop, counting their money and crippled by flooding us with their silver unless they subcauses, as it ever did. Silver has not al- calledbonds and notes payable in money, now tion, or trust Harvey, tho stituted something else for money besides gold. There treasury and demand gold on their representative money author of wJVo?,mr?n,y- - ?r WHh Mr- - W their amounts ien as compared ttith the products of the republic. It to $30,000,000,000. By increasing, as they have done, the Is no likelihood cf their parting with their silver, except the 'treasurer of the United States should say to Bra-""- , a monthly ns,ots ,s people of this great republic have. spoken, and ..registers the same value with reference to them as it exchangeable value of their crop with yours, they are as it may come to us by reason of their desire to exchange . ,to editorial writer, amy P thriin,rV3I.rnIlarve5" their iMj .a iui uimcuiuisui, iueir voice is tne uimetjiiite 'ever'-did- . silver as measured In gold.- - able to, buy all of your property cheap and come Into It with us for- - our products. But snppose they We have fifty-cewere to have been paying you gold under a construction Be, T .'--, f; "" amies, rae pneeot mc Gold hasiLsen in value until It will now buy two bnshels- ' the possession of the property of the farmers. There Is send It all to us. ui tue American people 'S of wheat, A"ivreas, before, it would only buy one bushel iprpsperity In tbe country whca. there are high prices for r, ir f Is the capacity of. the United States la the absorption of highir than that, and want to ' r ban draft S3? I call your attention. the COMPAQ', KJ & Inex-plalnabl- e, $4,S00,-000,0- 00 S1J,-00- first-clas- s l; . 1 e '!- me-w- i.-- r j-e- p ' " r- Bland-Alliso- n -- y - t- -- - e. un-iri- -- " ir Bup-pl- y iva-so- u s o nt 200-ce- to-da- y. g price-destroyin- g to-da- y. self-binde- r, s aiin.-viaii:i;- g u over-suppl- y, u'ca-cro- p to-da- y, x self-intere- st two-third- one-thir- top-heav- one-ha- lf to-da- y to-da- y. -- s tliem-fceWe- s. Ofli-cl- al au s T . nt nt -- 200-ce- nt 11.- - '3& -- v, K S s w -- . '- tm J9R9 wooiiz txjiuM ptwpaCTumat r? - "9ik 'ffMpfflMlfe''-- ' "jjg .... . - ?; tjJCTMT Sr "5& C&sH ''' ' them-"Th- ij -- mw?Pa " " eight-shou- ld . . ". - . f ' , i A j . r ' l - ', Srff - v mjuui SBW; ffi&,fiSSSgfH:G - -- ! . - ,.:-- , : - .r.- - !' , - - i ' ta -.- .. l I - - -- ... . .. .. . - S L' f tit, ; tt .41 - "irb'c - & ft., -- Jfe -- " cj i "' ssapu : - J. a r r"5- ?ri R-- , ?h- IK.' ;vr f AiH -- c"' ?i c . - - J n- - it 1 v A; LgH eCSiBEH -- 1t sot, chimneys built and brick work generally. .. --- THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. OCTOBER 21, Nen Compos Anagosilus. - - 1S9G "Wheat is needing rain. Glyndon Friday night. ITotol Glyndon, Friday night. Wheat bobbed up 7 cents in Chicago last week. The friends of H. Leo Davis, the pencil-Jam,;of the Richmond Register, need have no fears as to his condition. The event that came olf at his home (tho arrival of a big, rat baby) brought on his remarkable feat of standing on his left ear for an hour at the top of the stains of his office. Jackson Hustler. mer White's drugstore removed to upper Main street. Silver lorgonetto lost. Liberal reward. Leave at CusiAX office. $1 round trip to Cincinnati Sunday, Oct. 25 via. L. & N. leaving on fast lino at 3:19 a. in. At Red House. A Yard of Potato. That delightful concordat Hotel Glyndon, Friday night. Don't forget that White's drug-.toi- e has been removed. W. It. Carr Panola, sold to James t Miller 24 sheep for $75. -- The McKinley delegation from Richmond to Canton, numbered Ave. Don't leave John 11. Thompson of your calculation on election i There is on exhibition at the Climax office a sweet potato twenty-tw- o inches long, not including the bends in it. If straight, would probably measure a yard in length. Its circumference at tho greatest point is four and one-ha- lf inches.' I was grown on Dan Denton's Drowning Creek farm. The Denton's have never been small potatoes since that old Duck, Thomas H., wrote his "Thirty Years In Congress." Lucy Gilbert Sold. D. II. Gains the "Painter" Orator of Winchester will speak at Red House Saturday evening oct. 24, at 7 o'clock. Thousands - R. P. Fox & Son sold thoir fast County Clerk Vaughn, of Estill, has been dangerously sick, is mare, Lucy Gilbert, by Dr. Hooker, . l out of Fleet by Wariock, in Lexington, last week, for $700. A. T. "White, The Curd residonce, near High 3ditor of the Chicago Herald, was the 1793. was burned on llmlp', built purchaser. Deforo the sale she trot;l . 10th. ted a half mile in 12', the fasted time It is jnt as important to vote over made on the Lexington track. i.i-- JohnB. Thompson as it is to vote This is a feather in "Dr. Hooker's" 1 ttt-r- - tot Kryan. zap. The Messrs. Fox also sold Col. Claude Smith & Co.'s sale of Carvor and Joe Hooker at good priHndgford Economy ranges has ces. They report horse buyers from 109. r. . re-uni- on England, France and Austria and a The 8th Kentucky Cavalry, C. S. good feoling in horse circles. will hold a at Xicho- il,to-da- y. Bad Accident If joii like good mtihic, vocal or ( .1 ! Friday night. It. N. D. Iiurrus, a hpro of two . is confined to his bed with con- n of the brain. Foreman Dradshaw of the Tteg--i- . r. lthe delighted daddy of a dar-i- .' little daughter. Joint debato at Court House, betweon Roberts and to-da- getft the Hotel Glyn-o- ii y, ik. of .i- -e Tenneree. in the Court of Appoals, the Maxell & u' t Foard lost their ?1G,C00 I Messrs. Dowman &Clay sold, yesterday, for W. F. DeLong, of Danville, Ivy., his farm, containing 409 acres, six miles from Lexington, on the Richmond pike. Mr. Thomas H. Stevens, the well known turfman, was the purchaser and the price paid was $20,000. In addition to the above, i the same firm has sold within thirty .mkfort. day three farms, one at $17,500 one T'.ie Richmond Silver Rand play- at $10,000 and another at ?11,500; two .1 .!t the groat Shelbyville barbecue pieces buisness property, one at it Thursday, and acquitted itself and the other at .fG.500; two resiI miery. dences, one at $8,000, the other $6,500. ,'air of fine mules, belonging Lexington Loader. YV. R. Carr, Panola, ran away, i Tom Stevens is a Roonesborough killing one mule and tearing a new production, a son of the late John v."gin to pieces. Stevens. The regular session of the teacher Is Not For Bryan, was held at "Waco on .mirlay with a good attendonce At the request of Mr. J. Stone .I'i'l a nice time all the wav round. Walker we com tho following clipped Courier-Journof October lor benelit of the Methodist from the 14, 1S96: nrch organ fund, musical enter- niiii-ii- t at Hotel Glyndon, Friday COL. J. STONE WALKEUSAYS HE WILL VOTE FOU I'ALMER, UUCKKER, AND EOUN1 !it and everybody should attend. MONEY. -- lohn II. Embry sold to Frank Richmond, Ky., Oct. 14, '9G. M Iii. Bridgeport, Conn., a four-- ii Col. J. Stone Walker, President of old bay marc, Dot, trial 2:22, the Second National Dank of thib I i h, for $1,000. Nicholasvillc city, and one of the leading finannal. ciers in Central Kentucky, pronounc-C- b "N forget that it is ju.--t as im- the statement in a Cincinnati pato the etrect that he had nittovote for Thompson as it per tnte for Rryan, as a President declared for Rryan and Sewall as i"iout a Congress favorable to him erroneous and misleading. "I am - I'oWerh'hS. now, and have been ever since the lwn- - threw a handful of gravel convention," said Col. Walker to correspondent, the Courier-Journal- 's procession in it be torch-ligand a pebble btruck C. J. "unqualifiedly oppo-e- d to the ChicaI'.'o iNiii in the mouth, causing him go platform, and will not support Rryan and Sewall, but, on the conin top -- peaking trary, will vote for Palmer, Ruckner A Republican who believes in and sound money at the approaching :'ii free coinage of silver," is the November election." i. ailing of a bill gotten up in for a speaking by O. H. One of the most prominent men of Iir wer, at Camp Nelson, Friday. the city was found in front of Joes corner was a very A jwrtrait of the lato Hon. G. C. with a fit yesteiday. It pleasing fit how ever and he told that I.oekhart, by Professor Alexander, n exhibition here court day Will Ham was the caube of it. In fact of '.ir before full comple-- 1 lie snii! Will Ham wab in the habit niakiji" Sts, better call on him. Fits "ii .Paris Kentuckian-Citizefrom $15 and up to order. See? . ex-ibng- i aying they must pay. io. W.J.Stone arrived in Rich-- . il on Monday evoning and spent m'lit at Mr. T. D. Chenanlts. -- ( ornelion is running his clover ,Ii.i but fayh clover eod are in the county. r. L. J. Frazec, Capt J. D. Fee- .mil Mr. H. J. Strong attended (i rand Lodge of Odd Fellows at ly While ncjusting ome machinery at the Lancaster flour mills, Mr. Will Rucker, the miller, got his hand boteen tho rollers and three fingers were mashed Hat before lie could extricate the hand. The machinery had just been started and was moving slowly, or his whole arm would have been drawn in and mashed. As it was, he had a very narrow escape from what might have proven a fatal accident. Mr. Rucker is about the youngest miller in the state, but ranks at tho top of his profession. The accident will keep him from work for a week or two. Lancaster Record. Sold for Twenty Thousand Dollars. Tho estimates of tho crowd at the barbecue yesterday from a concensus of opinion was placed at from a better understanding of the five to eight thousand. There were transient nature of the many physabout 2,000 horsemen and ladies in ical ills, which vanish before proper efthe line of march. fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in In Gold. the knowledge, that so many forms of Hon. A. T. Chenault offered Miller sickness are not due to any actual bat simply to a constipated condiDavison $65.00 per acre for a farm system, which the pleasant recently bought by Mr. Davison for tion of the family laxative, Syrop of Figs, promptwhich he gave $52.00 per acre, pro- ly removes. That is why it is the only and is millions vided Bryan and a Congress favora- remedy withesteemed of families, by all so highly everywhere ble to his views wero elected and who value good health. Its beneficial that he would obligate payment in effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes Internal gold- cleanliness without debilitating tin organs on which it acts. It is therefoi Spirit of Farmers. in order to get its bem spirit of farmers and a desire all important, to note when you The ficial effects, for an open and free discussion of the that you have the genuine artiby silver issue is exhibited by the De- cle, which is manufactured and the Calisold by Co. only mocracy throughout the county. On fornia Fig Syrup all reputable druggists. last Saturday night at Vnlley View If in the enjoyment of jrood liealth, is the President of the Bryan and and the system are regular, laxatives or not needed. If Club stated that if any Re- other remedies any then disease, one Sewell actual afflicted with publican present desired to ask any may be commended to the most skillful questions or speak to the club he physicians, but if in need of a laxative, the best, and with was cordially invited to do so. one should have everywhere, Syrup the of Neither the Republicans nor gold Figs stands highest and is most largely The Darlington, Wis.. Journal says - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, bugs have exhibited any such spirit used and givesmost general satisfaction. editorially of a popular patent medians. Office over Taylor's Hardware store, opof farmers in this campaign. "We know from expe'riencc that posite Court House, on Main Street. Colic. Cholera and Diarrheft On To Canton. Suicide of Dillard F. Ragland. Remedy, is all that is claimed for it, as A marked copy of the Washington The great event and much adverou two occasions it stopped excruciating Stir received at this office gives the sad tised trip to Canton, to see and hoar pains and possibly eaved us from an unthe great and only McKinley, that details of the suicide of Dillard F. timely grave. We would not rest easy in Washington city on Thursday our Republican friends of Richmond over night without it in the house." This years old. have long looked forward to with night. He was twenty-seveundoubtedly saves more pain came to a dull remedy and his parents live at Goliad, Texas, fond anticipation, and suffering than any other medicine lie was a young man of exemplary liab-it- thud Friday night, when hundreds world. Every family should keep and about six months ago went to were expected to go by actual count in the house, for is sure to be needit in the Washington to take a position as ices there was only six. Two or three of it ed sooner or later. For sale by T. S. sender in the internal Revenue depart- the more exclusive ideas took n pre22 . Hagan. ment of the treasury, liaviug passed the vious train expecting by so doing to For some avoid the jam of the rougher clement J. A. White and son Henry killed two civil service examination. time he had been living at Mrs. Griffith's that was expected. When tho train policemen in Columbus, Ga., and when pulled out about 10 o'clock tho lonely pursued by a possee, wounded two other boarding hoube, No. 8141 E street north-in this iiouse that he six from Richmond left on tho plat- men, and in turn White was killed. CM, and it was or hundred negroes, form seventy-fiv-e ended his life by inhaling gas. If your children arc subject to croup He was engaged to be married to Miss with their mouths watering for the watch for the first symptom of the dis Bessie Garley, of Dallas, Texas, and the feast that they will never get one of ease hoarseness. If Chamberlain's wedding daj was set for yesterday. Be- the favored six told themtK&yvould Cough remedy is given as soon as the ing without funds to defray the expenses be needed November 3d, and he child becomes hoarse it will prevent of the wedding trip young Ragland be- would see McKinley for them and the attack. Even after the croupy cough came despondent and took his life rather tell them all about him when they has appeared the attack can always be come back. than bear the great disappointment prevented by giving this remedy. It is discovered When his lifeless body was Dr. Goldstein, optician, at Glyn- also invaluable for colds and whooping at the boarding house word was sent to don, Oct. 2G and 27. cough. For sale by T. S. Hagan. IS 32 w Gladness Comes dis-ea- se pm-chas- e, well-informe- d now everybody is begming to tako We know whereof wo affirm when we Spring medicine. And it is a -Ayer'a Pills, taksn promptly, tatethat at the first symptoms of colds and fevers, gcod thing to do provided you take Simirrest further progress of these disorders, mons Liver Regulator the best Spring It's a sluggish liver that md speedily res ore tho stomach, liver, Medicine. ind bowels, to their normal and regular clogs the system and makes bad blood. A dose a day of Kim inoiis Liver Regulaaction. tor will make a new man out of you, at.d Seems as if all the things we like dis..1 new woman too. IXik for the Red Z gree with us, anil all the things we don't on the package. It is Simmon's Liver like, agree with us. Dyspepsia lurks in Regulator you want. It most of tho good things we eat, and indigestion follows the gratification of apWith the exhilarating sense of renewed petite. Of course, it isn't Nature's fault. health and strength and internal cleanliNature does the best she can, and if a ness, which follows the use of Syrup of man will only help 1 cr a little bit at the Figs, is unknown to the few who have right time, he may eat what he likes and not progressed beyond the old time as much as lie likes. Dr. Tierce's Pleas- medicines and the cheap substitutes ant Pellets are for people who are troub- sometimes offered but never accepted by led with indigestion. Particularly for the 18 22 those in whom it manifests itself in the form of constipation. The "Pellets" are It "Will Do You Cool. quick and easy in their action. They are Do you have Are you constipated? in perfect harmony with Nature. They effect a permanent cure. You need lake sick headaches? Is your nervous system. them regularly only a little while. After Liver or kidneys out of order? If so, cure that, uk" them occasionally when you yourself by using Wright's Celery Tea. It improves the complexion. Price 25c. need toi m when you have eaten anything :hat disagrees with you. They may 8JSoW by T. S. Hagan, Druggist 18--22 "itaken just as freely as you would take Henry E. Abbey the noted theatrical .ateror any other necessity of life. Once iced they are always in faor. It manager of New York4 is dead. In many cases, the first work of Ayer's Also Head Tsis. Sarsaparilla is to expel the effects of the other medicines that have been tried in Mechanicsville, St. Mary Count, Md. vain. It would he a saving of time and I sold a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain money if experimenters took Ayer's Balm to a man who had been suffering Sarsaparilla of nt last. at first with rheumatism for several years. It .&.. made him a well man. A. J. MpGill. For sale at 50 cents per bottle by "J. S. Hagan. 1622 Attorxey-at-La- Just Strayed or SioIeN! A RED YEARLING HEIFER IMS. JOERONAN. X If HJ I I 1 I A A I f Q 1 'if , V5BBW M v!9 SE M iC-- 3P 'HlE jr. filEM Clothing Dyed to Order. - weighing aboutGOO pounds. Liberal reward. B. W. COBB, Pure vinegar, Caleast, Ky. C.II. Pigg'a. sired color. References from best people in Rich mond iumisheu. 2 Prices reasonable. 19-2- Belle Brcck is prepared to dye clothing, goods and other articles in any de- If you want the best Washing Machine that fs made, one that a child can operatd call on, or address, Ciias. Waller, Richmond, Ky. Agents wanted. um i m l9l ?Jfl old, at M. 15-1- II. S & For Sals or Eut, Featherbone Corsets and Waists. Correct Shapes My residence and of land in grass. West Main street, Richmond. 15 C 11. d. Best Materials Reasonable Prices wisp Zftraoc 5Kllil Wr$y FEATHEKB0NE CORSET CO., Sole Mfrs., PIGG Latest Styles Land Artistic Effects Most Comfortable For I HAVE Sale-- ! frlamazoo, Midi. of land for sale. This land lies in the Foxtown precinct, Madison county, Ky., in the heart of the Whb Glass region, immediately on a county road. Is under extra good fence, well watered, very productive anil has a new modern house. Can be InHight Q)5 KCRES cheap. l-2l JAMES GARRISON. J Look for cbore Trade Mark Label ol Each Box. TRADE MARK ot End Notice to Creditors, 28 Styles. the creditors of Carrie Hart-ma- n are hereby notified to file their claims witli the undersigned, properly verified, on or before Nov. 5, 1S0G, or the same will be barred. 2 F. CORZELIUS. Trustee. 19-2- M 1 v.1 Cham-berlaine- '6 ierchants cheerfully refund the money Wl9 IMP MARK iledium, Long and Rag-lan- d after 4 weeks trial If n cot satisfactory. n, Short Lengths. BY Hies :: estate of Cr 11s ! V jwy-inen- w 18-- SOLD AND RECOMMENDED Tt ' T? & RICHMOND. w DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS 1 J KENTUCKY. All persons havinj: claims against the D. M. Bright will please present t, V9J same to me, properly verified for or or before the 1st day of November. ISfHi. All persons indebted to the estate are hereby notified to settle at once. L. L. BRIGHT, 1S-Admr. with will annexed. 20 J,. lamJiBTr&fSirShisrrtiiShahsr rlJEgrfaEinpBiTBiili mllr.nl Fr?r7J i $7,-7- 50 -- al his cousin, A. C. Quisenberry, No. 737 street northeabt, who had Undertaker Speare take charge of the body and prepare it for burial. The remains were teut to Ins Texas honie for interment A pathetic feature of the case is the fact that Friday a telegram came to the dead man from ins father iu Texas stat ing that funds for his trip and for his murriage expenses had been placed to his order iu a local bank. Dillard Ragland was a descendant of one of the oldest and best families of this county and leaes many relatives and friends here to mourn his sad and untimely end. Winchester Democrat. Pith Burn Your Coal Ashe:, -- i -- I t to-d- ay . to- -, First. "We know there ter: "Nervous colic, or Wind in the of burning cinders and ashes More L'nrativo Power. gether in the range, that the cook Blood." AVe should think that a are none made, might have a warm kitchen to enter follow would be more or less Is contained in a bottle of Hood's Sars- S SATURDAY, NOV. 14, '96 & batter and cheaner. mornings of a bitterly cold with even a mild tornado in the winter. I discovered that by wet- aparilla than in any other similar prewhizzing around through his veP. M., proceed to expose at ting the ashes thoroughly with paration. It costs the proprietor and at 2 o'clock,to the highest bidder, a tract nous and artcr'al systems. public sale water they would be, almost entirely manufacturer more. It costs the jobber of land, described as follows: Mr. Cochran has nn Edinburg Bimore and it is worth more to the conble of 17P.0, "The Schoolmasters As- consumed. sumer. It has a record of cures unknown .A. TBACT OP AVe are to a great extent creatures sistant," Willmington, 179G, a Farmto any other preparation. It is the best Louisville, by Dr. Jo- of habit, so never advise burning to buy because it is the One True Blood lying on Howard's Lower Creek, in ers Almanac, Clark County, Ky., and bounded as folSecond. Our customers are finding it out, too. That's why seph Ray, Almanac, Lexington, 1802, ashes evcept in severely cold weath- Purifier. lows: Beginning at a stone at the interer. by John Bradford. they grow enthusiastic. Minute. section of the Kentucky River Turnpike Housemaids find it cspecialy con- -, Churning Done la Qn rifle and The old, long, flint-loc- k Third. The consumers 'are the most enthusiastic. r, and Colbyville Road and corner to thence with Colverville road N. belt knife used by his father in the venient and safe when a firq. is remm I have tried the Lightning Churn, you 23 43 E. 29.0G feet to a stake war of '12 are also in posession of quired to be burning all day and the cornpr to road and Mr. Cochran, and a cuckoo clock family is out, in fact, so satisfactory recently described in your paper, and it in said mm is certainly a wonder. lean churn inlets Lucien Goodwin; thence with Ids line that they have written to their homes that belonged to his grand-fathe- r. N. 07 43 W. 1779 feet to a stake in They can buy expensive looking, handsome, comfortable and yet, just as it did a that their parents, too, might derive than one minute, and the butter is ele Goodwins line, and corner to Scott; The cuckoo coos Fifty or sixty teachers and their Ktylfsh fnrniture at such wonderfully low prices. gant and you get considerably more but- thence with Scott's line S. 20 45 W. century or more ago, opens the door tho advantage of this knowledge. ft - nds met at Roonesborough Satur-l.- n Curfew Shall Not Ring. Give ur a call and be convinced. a point in the the During these days, when a grato ter than when you use a common churn. 291G feet toRiver Turnpike;center of with slraL and thrusts its head out as cunning. carried out an instructive Kentucky thence An idle report telegraphed to fire is so cheering, the temperature I took the agency for the churn here and the center of said road S. G7 59 E 1620 had lunch, saw the sights, and dailies to the ellectthat a law would ly as ever. Madison county should have a too warm to permit the lighting every buttei maker sees it buys one. I feet to the beginning, containing repaid for the dajs journey. be past in Lancaster requiring all acres. public library and museum, and of the large furnace, the remem- have sold three dozen and give the best William R. Lantor, special com- - boys to be at home at a certain hour, such good citizens as Mr. Cochran brance of my experiment came with satisfaction. I knowl can sell 100 in this The farm is well watered and fenced, FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKERS. with good dwelling i 3h loner of the Clark Circuit Court, is being copied all over the state. would donate their interesting old tho thought: If this were generally 1 township, as they churn so quickly, seven arooms and cellar, houseallcontaining and nrcessary law- - would do a world of if- for sale in this issue of the Such a books and relics where they would known by those without furnaces make so much more butter than com- outbuildings. Two good turnpikes lead PSlEfrrilSrrtiJShSriSrrtijlu rSlsfPafP apiMgJ i i m x . a farm of 1 18 acres on Low- - good, but no such step have been be preserved. how much suffering from cold might mon churns and are so cheap. Some to the place. lifiSjfiJioiiJi UUJIUUI Said sale will be mado on a credit of Howards creak in Clark County. taken. If parents would suply them one in every township can make two or be allevaited. twelve and barselves with a few three hundred dollars selling these six, purchaser willeighteen months, and Mr- -. George White has removed iff A little care is necessary. At bedbe required to execute the rel stnvo, and then apply themwell time tho firo is prepared for the churns. By addressing J. F Casey & Co. bonds with security to be approved by ' lre-- s making from the Dilling-- to tho most appropriate part of their a' a Vara af?r!JaRL!slrHJ I PERSONALSM interest night; my largo basket grato, from St. Louis, you can get circulars and full the undersigned, at bearing cent, perfrom f .i.i building, where she has been boys anatomy, there would be no anof sale six'per t .i -- eventeen years, to Wator Street, which the ashes have been shaken information so you caumake big money the dale a lien will be retained on 6aid and necessity for passing a law to keep right at home. I havo made $S0 in the num to secure the payment of the pur- oiul door from Douolson's carriage down, is half full of glowing coals laud . . . . . . them off the sheets. It is a fact work- -. Dr. Gus Wright, of Clark, was and a quart or tAVO of unconsumed last two weeks and I never sold any chase money. stores are filled that the streets and thing before in my life coals burning. Tho ashpan is likely . E. Woods, editor of the Reg-wevery night with boys ranging from here yesterday. (1) A Farmer. WW R LANTER Mrs. Claude Smith has returned full from the day's fire. Without movr Grand Recorder threo to twenty years of age, but ing tho ashpan the ashes are pushed lie Grand Chapter of the Sigma thoir parents should look after them. from Irvine after a stay of two weeks. Eair Eostorcd to Natural Color. Mr. Jonah Wagers, of Estill, visit- well back to allow room lor wator fraternity atSt. Louis, lastThurs- - Thev not onlv form bad habits and to be poured in tho pan at one corI liave used many preparations for re an honor worthily and well bo- - get into devilment, but are a nuis- ed Mr. James Cosby, this place, Sunner. This must be done carefully or storing hair to natural color, but never and the day. i d. ance to tho stoiekeepers tho hot ashes will fly out. As soon had satisfactory results till I used Zulu crop of pro.ENTIRE STOCK OF Mr. J. B. Paxton, attorney-at-laMiss Sue D. McIIenry,of Owens- -' public generally. The as some are thoroughly wet they are Vulier; it will restore any hair or beard E1E3 fessional loafers in Lancaster is Stanford, former student of Central For violation of Sections 3258. 3259 PEJ Y ro. a descendant of Barnabas Mc-tfw Tf ! IDfDTs jft nariw UTAVLLiL. T4 JilDi&yjstt Ti (tX wo hope LTniversity, has been elected a cura- placed next the bricks at the back of to its natural color in three weeks. If it and S2C0, United States Revenue already Jarge enough and IKK iry and the Hardin family, both am StfSA & wmi iv the fire. Then water to the amount does not they return your money, so you Statutes, I did on Juno 3, 189G. near well tor of that institution. 4 W 4. S'ZZS'ZZer soM . h,.v WW r tune residents of Richmond, the coming crop will be pruned of a gallon or more is added to tho tako no risks. People who have never AVagersville, Estill county, Ky., SfgJ now. Lancaster Record. w II wed Dr. Wilbur F. Fitzalan on right seize ono Copper Still, of a capacity Messrs. Klein & Son, the former ashes until they are very wet, so WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT FIRE PRICES.., tried it can get a sample package which of about 65 gallans, also ono copper ' the latter Nicholas-vill29th. Optician L. II. Landman. M. D,. of Louisville,on Saturdayof to see Mr. that the water will run from them contains enough to restore any one's still cap and about 25 feet of copper Men's Pants Any Price. camo lien's Suits Any Price. 1 when raised on the shovel ; then they hair to natural color, by sending 21 worm. Any person claiming tho We do not claim to make tho of Cincinnati, will bo at the Glyndon Roys' and Children's Knee Suits50 cents. and Mrs. J. G. Miller. above described property may filo aro placed on the fire "with only the v' apest clothing on earth, but wo Hotel on Thursday October 22nd. It stamps, to pay postage, ect., to Wil- with Chas. H. Rodes, Collector 8th Youths' Suits almost given away. Miss Minerva Park Phelps has re- bright red corrls showing bolow, and son & Co., New Concord, Ohio. wil make it cheaper and in all other District of Kentucky at Richmond, of A. J. Hanson. Death stay in a little place in the middle, or at one turned from the summer's r Mtect.- - equal to any you have over The regular price is $2. 50 per package. or the undersigned at Hamiiiack, I avCZBZNTS- Mr. A. J. Hanson, lately deceased tho East, and Dreaming Creek place through the firo to the chimney. days i' ught in Richmond. Come and see If it docs not restore your hair to natur- Ky., within 30 to said from the date was the leading spirit in Heights is itself again. seized properatBcrea, Then the hearth is cleaned, there al color, or make any color of hair dark- hereof, n claim Men's Shoes, all sizes, very uheap. Roys' school shoes any price. Chilir hue of samples. WTe guarantee ty, and execute bond with good and organizing Capt Jas. West Post, G. dren's Bhoes 20 cents up. LAD135' SHOES Indies' shoes to close from . fit. Suits to order $15 and up. W. Hon. aild Mrs. W. T. Tevis elab- being usully less dust than when er in three weeks they will return your sufficient security in the sum of $250 A-- R., at that place. 25 cents up. Ladies' slippers any price. Tie post has orately entertained, last evening, ashes arecarried out. The fire shovel stamps. J Ham, Agent for Tho Globe TailThis proposition is so fair that for tho recovery of said nroperty. If afp adopted the following resolutions: is washed by pouring water over it thousands are using it. It is "harmless, no claim is mado within the prefrom" 7 to 9 1 meet their distinguishoring Co. fi&fitlfitriftSgl TlCI ark's 0. N. T. Snool Cotton. 3 soools. 10c. Whereas God has removed from us ed relative, Gov. W. J. Stone, of into the ashpan, giving chance, too, scribed time the property will bo but never faiR Why can't big money advertised and sold in accordance IB Rented. mm Comour beloved comrade, Post S?iJ&il for a little more steam, and all is be mado by selling Zulu Vulier from Missouri. with Section 8468 of the United On Saturday, the B. J. Clay farm, mander A. J. Hanson. TEia H. C. Hwgis, W. T. Harris, S. S. done. After preparing don't fancy (2) States Revenue Laws. ladies' Dre3s Goods, all kinds, very cheap. Percale shirt waists 25c. all outside the limits on the Resolved. 1. That while bowing Welch, Billy Devore and two or tho fire is going out, for stirring will house to house? Thojta8 Austin, D. C. sizes. Xadies' wraps, all prices, ladies' hoso, 5c. up. Children's hose, pike, rented to Wink Dun-;- to the devinc decree we are dceplp three others went on the McKinley prove fatal to it, but leave it strictly two pair, 5c. This 18th September, 1896. fce JtYoue for $1,015, or $10 more than last afflicted in the loss of one of whom, excursion to Canton, Friday, and to attend to its own buisness. If One AQocdj Wind BJg self. ear. more than to any one else, the estab- that were about alPwho went from hasgoodcoala bright bed of coals - post Madison. M lishment and prosperity of this will greet him in the morning, tho FREE SILVER i Club at Boggs I made one of the people's wind mjlls On Saturday night, a Bryan & is due. Mrs. S. L. Higginbotham and son, unconsumed coal of the previous which I saw recommended in your pa2. That we shall continue to ap of Tazwell, Va. ; Mr. and Mrs. Rich- evening requiring only breaking and per recently, it only cost mc $9. 40 and is If you are afraid to let your money .St wall club was formed at Boggs Suspenders, 5c; Socks, 5c; Handkerchiefs, 5c Shirts, 25c; preciate Comrade Hanson's virtues, ard Purcie and son, Alex, of Lexing- fresh coals added. Some coal re- a splendid mill; my well is deep, but it fflp Toost, for fear of a depreciated curhusband quires tho emptying of tho ashpan pumps it all right and with very little as a brave soldier, devoted Very Cheap. -' D. H. J). B. 30 members:Cogyen, the rency in the future, goto true ton, Ky.; Miss Elizabeth Noel and after four days, but that "which we "painter orator1' of Winchester spoke. and father, model citizen, and Miss Aggie Allen, of Greenville, wind; the neighbors all like it, and as I AIlMEIVS and put it in Diamonds, are now using forms "very few cinfriend. agreed to Married. . anew Tenn.,and Miss Nannie Higginboth der though the ashes comsumed am kind of a carpenter, I have which where it will be tafe, and at thi 3. That we pledge ourselves put up nine mills already, on am, of Coder Bluff, Va.,. were the ! Miss Mary Smith, of Richmond, to the effort to keep alive tho fires of guests of Capt. and Mrs. W, B. well. E. T. T. In Commercial Tri- can make a nice profit, and there are pn3 he it offering them, you trill w HJj obdaughter of the late Sheriff Presley patriotism, which was a leading bune. be able to realize, a profit on them. ti pei) many others for whom lean put up mills Jones, near Silver Creek, last week. OFii married in Louisville ject of our comrades life. Smith, why even farmer Hon. Lou Stephens, Democratic can- this fall. I don't see 5- 0- t, II lilE Common sense union undergarlistThursday to Mr. George Walden, L That we tender our .heartfelt v in i didate for Governor of Missouri, has been should not have a wind mill, when they 1 of Danville. The groom is a. brother sympathy to the wife, daughter, and 4 ments are now taking the. plnce of confined to a dark y 'room, the past tun can make it themselves for less than style two piece, goods. They tho old of Rid Jessee Walden. son, so sorely bereaved. one can get diagrams and complete aro cheaper, more comfortable and days, with eyo trouble. 6. That these resolutions be FARMBS.&0NS: jl t Monument to RuS. directions for making tho wind mill, by ' . . vicinity, perfect fitting, being- knit to your WANTED FAITHFUrJilEX in the papers of the CM. SHEARER, SALESMAN, stamps. to pay pos- J. C- - MILLER, MANAGER tending 18 measurement, and havo jio seams. Readers of tho CLUiAX will recall and that copies bo spread upon our trnvelior rosnonsiblu es e TvUremploy yoa at house In Salary,: to that the late A. D. Rnffleft ",hcme,ont- - salarjc-- ot 450' 111 B 14 nd A descriptive catalogue, samples of tablished,iiTfcai n n niir Kentucky tukHma'' ' tsueetcr-t-JV K.J). Wilson &Co., Alleghe . L7Qf anI 1 210lata.St, and bo presented to the famTADitlnn a.' i s ' tin League of American "Wheelmen. records deceased. goods and sf-- : measurement' blanks .1I f ily of the ly. v, 'vf The League has decided to erect a suits sent on application. PURITI tnMLI J3UW. . f?it monument at the xloHor's. grave in AAlU.. rJauUIftCU-T' Committee IWUtVHf JBHiW I " wyi. Yyw r v r.. -j j L. C. .Gftbbard tA. di . ' j". n u a. fd. Krliai i j A T ',HmUd Owingsville, to costl-' . ti.nrj-ir"-:ag- J $& i . Al - ? : 4 t " J' "CKiU Wtk t t .F... 10r-t- ' a. ' ' JT . Ii -.w Tl '.jjfJV&Y : . ',-j-- - i1 !"' - - -'ss5tfe3rv:-v-ir- . '' Mil!' ItJ?"-- . : i. z .1' :miJ Mr ht because it in nothing will be satisfied only with positive, absolute merit. out the unpleasant necessity of re- The fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla has plenishing it during tho night. Yet stood its ground against all competition, it has required the emptying of the and its sales have never wavered but medium filled ashpan of residue onr have remained 6teadi!y at the top, demonstrates, beyond any doubt, the inly at the end of a week. "Wind in the Blood." Most people know wet cinders will trinsic virtues of this medicine. The new Mr. William Cochran at White's ! things have come and gone but Hood's Station, usually pronounced "Caw-horn- ," burn, but, oh the disagreeableness Sarsaparilla rests upon the solid foundaof separating them from the ashes. , has an old medical book wit h Many persons know also that a tion of absolute merit and its power to some new ideas, now that they are "Valuable fire covered with dry or sprinkled cure, and its sales continue to be the so old. The title is: largest in the world. 2023 Medical Prescriptions for tho Cure of ashes will burn tolerably well, but the ashpan will be filled after one The impurities in tho blood which all Nervous and Putrid Disorders." cause scrofulous eruptions are thoroughDy Doctor Richard Carter, Frank- nights fire. Many years ago I tried with most ly eradicated by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Try fort, Ky., 1815. Glancing hurriedly satisfactory results the experiment it. over tho pages, we noticed this chapIt know How many housekeepers that ashes can be burned, and tho drudgery, dirt and inconvenience they occasion be in good measure overcome? Possibly thousands, but I doubt it, never having found one. In my bedroom a bright fire lias been kept all day and as comfortable a one at night as could be desired in a sleeping apartment with- Hood's Pills are the best family cp. Gentle, rethartic and liver medicine. liable, sure. r . .iT tULr; p ffiwS ji tfx rESs iji ijr y v5jST ID !- -Ia a rHISirHlEfrHJ tBfrUfSI rrHiarrHJtsjrrHJ&l SftHJ SSx Si ISW a (&s? v FREE EDUCATION. U For our Business is all right. Fadsinl&sdici&c. There are fads in medicine thing else and a ''new thing" sells for a short time simply is new. But in medicine, as else, the people demand and as in everyV V frequently An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other college or institution of learning in the United States, or in the New England Conservatory of Music, tan he secured by any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars JAMES D. BALL. nnicklv. 3G"Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. People will have to have Furniture and be furnished a burial, no matter whether gold or silver- - McKinley or Bryan wins. Therefore i few w J! IP rJfe ?iJl V IPl &Ci 11 1 mm PUBLIC SALE OP i frHlS T -G- ET-LEFT, jJs - But be prepared for winter and if you are not, it will not be our fault, for we are anxious to do our part. LAND! Show; m B WM. R. LANTER, et On Petition. By virtue of judgment of the Clark Circuit Court rendered at the September Term, 189G, the undersigned Special Commissioner of said court will, on the premises near Becknervillo in Clark County, Kentuckv, on Clark Circuit Court. at. mm THUSIASM? II costs nothing and helps you wonderfully. pin STV? Lex-ni-ti- u. uncom-foratab- le -- I-T- b The first thing necessary is to have something to enthuse over, for nstance, our line oiJST' . Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, Separate Beds, Dressers, Chiffoniers, Dressing Tables, Chairs, Dinners, Kockers. Everything wanted in the furniture line. THAT'S WHY WE ARE !Nich-'H-il- le -- -- Bow-ye- sp w.i-o- n. BEOATJSE , eS ! I I well-mad- e, lap pro-wt.n- n. -- i IuGTianan ()I3i$rstaFF7 g pal pa S sp - r- ip Japaj well-season- ed "ni u Ps I I I ! laparaiiajMaralil ipaTpaTParrHlalpalPapiTPalPahar ! pa CLOSING OUT SALE AT as -i ed MTIGBI -- pa pal ap FIRE : : STORE. rMxM im H Bp pa lti Ti4wl'yi pa o, two-ce- nt CZLiOTSIZlsrO-- pal pa SHOES BOATS'- J'-- Lex-Jn&- on m MUE-uta- School-hous- e. pa pa pa ajl pa W!!3) J5 Pa trs ivi', MEM'S FURNISNW6S. ip m m Si pit 1 - Eats :M i w.-f- e V lMHIINEEfl ttLTm.SOG ALL KINDS CHEAPRIBBONS HEKRYiKLEIillSOJ! -5 jksga-!HCsssg- s $10-an- pij pul-lish- ed iwo-cc- nt $1-00- 0 pt;.iw - B S 0mm Mlbr mtpv ;I..'. arddstmWVwii . t 1 - ?.V &ft5rS3SS mh " t. --;- o " m iV - per?uvnth-.3Vrite,quiek-- .TrM? ?elecjes. -- mt m i- - : -r -v - ' I . 1l (KT W .'' jd ., inS r i:-k '" V-- 2 ! : a H - .'7.. J. . TMC T" A -- - .-- V "V fl i Si i? t 4- i ;k t! i T - Jl - i v- -J - vnr-il "- -: , . 'tt , j it 4 f it ,.,,, e t J . r- - rv r - J j T .r- - .1 iv T " V s KENTUCKY The Latest NEWS. Knn From All FarH of the Commonwealth. LEXINGTON STAKES For Won Easily by Calaa EUk Other Events. LExnroTOS, Ky., Oct. 17, Fine ds TEST CASS DECIDED. XnTolTtnc Question or Great Interest to Kentucky l'hyilctaos. UorKissviL.i.E, Ky.. Oct. 10. 1 Christian circuit court, Jndge Breathitt rendered a decision in the test case apaint Dr. P. M. Stites, of this citv, charged with to failure register births and deaths occurring in bis practice as by the law. Judge Ureathitt the decision of the lower court, fining' Dr. Stites, on the grounds that while tho law is constitutional, the fctate auditor had not provided the county with the proper clerk blanks to be furnished doctors. Last year 100 physicians practicing their profession in this city and county were fined SSO and costs each for failure to register births and deaths, and the case of Dr. iititcs was appealed as a test case, with the above result. The decision will be of interest to physicians of this state, as other cases are pending. JUDGES' HOMES Tn Uf Horned to the Ground If They Do Xot SatUry the Toll Gito Slob. In the pro-Tid- ed ed 19. Not with destroying all the toll gates, the Washington county mob threatens to burn the hom-- s of the members of the court of claims. The new trouble is the result of the action of the court, whici, at its regular SrniAG field. Ivy., Oct. sat-ibfi- session on Monday of last week, decided that no longer would the county pay annually the sum of $30 each to the dependent poor of the county. Saturday morning Justice John Sinker, of the court, nho resides about three miles from Springfield, received through the mails an anonymous letter, in which the threat is made thr.t if the court cf claims does not meet ia extra session and recon sider its action the houses of each of tho members of the court will be burned to the ground. Augusta, Ky., Oct. 19. Saturday night about 12 o'clock an incendiary set fire to the tenement house and barn of Americus Weaver, near the village of Ilerlcy, this county. Mr. Weaver tent to Williamsburg, O., and socurcd D;tcctivc Britton and his bloodhounds. At a lata hour Sunday eve ning they had failed to strike a trail. An Important Tax Decision. Fhankfort, Ky., Oct. 19. The court of appeals decided that the city of Frankfort had a right to assess property that had escaped assessment and taxation, and that taxes could becol-lecteon the property for more than five years back. Frankfort is a city of the third class, but the decision will apply to similar cases in other cities, and is a most important opinion. d Ctiaslnjr a l"iro!ju;. It El B Owksboho, Ky, Southall, of Ilopkinsville, a populist leader, displeased over the withdrawal of CapL Bell, the populisttJ.nec for congress, in favor of .Congressman J. 1) Clardy, the frctf silver democratic nominee, has. lanounced himself as s "middle oi the road" candidate. Thh maliis four candidates in this district The Marriage Is old. Ky , Oct. 19. Judge Gib son, in the Clark circuit court, .at Jef fersonville, dec'ared null and void the marriage which took place last sum mer between Clarence Riehl and Brooks Larue, both of Louisville. The groom in the cass is a white youth, n scarcely 16. The brido is a Negro woman. -phw Stabbrt Illm. Hazel Giir.EN, Ky., Oct. 19. Samuei DennU, of Morgan county. as stabbed by Boyd Richardson, hii nephew, and was thought to be morLouisviij-k- , well-know- I'nor Canilljate la tllti District. Oct. 10. O. W. Ky., Oct. 19. The jury in the case of the commonwealth against James Wesley Bugg renderec a verdict of guilty and fixed the penal IlAitnoDSiiUKO, tally wounded, but later accounts saj he will recover. An old grudge wai the cause. Dennis is a highly respect cd and influential citizen, and a lcadei in politic. hiitriic.fl for Life. ty at confinement in the penitentiary for life. Three months ago Bugg shol his wife's companion, J. William Board at a country church. Colored Jinn Fat illy Shot. Carlisle, Ky., Oot. 19 Jordan Redman, a colored barber, shot Doc Tyler, also colored. The ball passed through the stomach and lodged in the liver. Tyler will die. In default of S500 bail. Kedman is in jail. The trouble grcv out of a quarrel over a whisk broom. est convict ever sent to the Frankfort penitentiary arrived Saturday from Nicholas county. He Ls barely 11 year old, wore knee pants, and was sent up for one year for cutting another bov of his own age. He is a Negro. Whisky Jailed for Safe Koeplnc. West Libektt, Ky., Oct 19. Deputy Collector B. M. Carr, of this place, vt ho seized 11 barrels of whisky and two fine stills belonging to Burton fc Wheeler, of Walnut Grove, has locked up the whisky in jail here for iafe keeping. Kentucky Assignment. Ky., Oct. 19. J. M. Bullard, grocer, of this city, has mtde an assignment to J. D. IlusselL of the Planters' bank, for the benefit of his A weather, a fast track and splendid sport greeted the 4,000 people attend-- 1 I .1! if w iv. .bruiting meeting nero nuuy wic afternoon. The race of the day was ton, defeated candidates for the Sevbetween Fantasy, 2:0GK; Beuzetta, enth district free silver democratic 2:00J; William Penn, 2:07tf, and Pat nomination for congress are on tho point of fighting a duel. The. trouble L., 2:09K. It proTed a heated contest, in which is nald to have grown out of Mr. CarBeuzetta won the first contest; Fantasy roll's failure to support Mr. Bronston, the second and third, William Penn after he (Carroll) had no chance oi the fourth and Pat L. the fifth, sixth winning. Words passed between th and seventh. The best time made by two men and Carroll told Bronston unBeuzetta, 2:07Jf. Tho Lexington stake less he apologized he would have tc trotters was won answer to him personally. The disfor easily by China Silk, Royal Victor won patch says: "It seems that as yet Bronston has the 2:12 pace in straight heats and Arpace, anfla- - p101 apologized, and it is believed by thurTT. captured the your correspondent's informant that ished Ihursday. In the sixth hqat. Summaries: 2:17 class, pacing, un- correspondence has been passing befinished from Thursday: Arthur W. tween them since tho convention, the won, Eleanor second. Uncle Tom third. contents of which would be sensational in tho extreme if made public." Best time 2:12. The Lexington stake, 52,000, for GOOD WHIPPING China Silk won, Preston second, Mabel Moneypenny third. Best Given the Voting Cnlprlts hy Their Father hy tbe Jndxc's Orders. time 2:17Jf. Gforoetown, Ky., Oct. 14. Frank Freo for all trotting purse, S2,000. Pat L. won, Fa'.asy second, Wm. Penn and George Abrams, aged respectively third, Buzctta fourth. Best time, 18 and 11 yenrs, charged with grand larceny, were brought before the cir2:07. 2:12 class, pacing, purse S1.000: Royal cuit court Tuesday. The home of these Victor won, Miss Finlcy second, Ole J boys is at Frahkfort, but they have bjen wandering about the country, Hutch third. Best time 2:0h5. and about a month ago stole five sets AGAINST DANCING of harness in this city. Owing to their Is Rev. TV. F. Smith, and Ills Lhnrcli la extreme youth Judge Cantril gave Dadly Divided. them a severe reprimand ond ordered Richmond, Ky., Oct. 17. The Christhat the jai.er take them to the basetian church of this city is divided over ment of the jail, and that the father of the pronounced stand taken by the the boys give them a good whipping. pastor, W. F. Smith, against dancing. The boys nnd the old man were satisThere have been several votes taken fied with the punishment, and tho oras to whether he should be retained as der of tbe court was carried out pastor or not The last one was taken Lexington Trottln? Ildees. last Sunday, resulting in a tie. It is Lexington, Ky., Oct 14. The trotthoug it by a great many that Mr. Smith will resign and save the church ting races here Tuesday had to be declared oft on account of rain. The from any further division of the members. Mr. Smith, it seems, has been races will be called at 11 o'clock Wedmaking some talk against dancing and nesday when Tuesday's prcgriw- condemning those who engage in the will be carried out The horst frpent the afternoon at the auction s. pleasure of the light fantastic of the South Elkhorn trotters of t , Joe Millard a Free Man. estate of the late Col. R. P. Pepr MilKy., Oct 17. Joe lard, the third man who was v ith the No high prices were realized, 63 b two Reaves brothers when they robbed bringing about 57,000. a bank and burned the town of Cnptnred at Last. ten or twelve years ago, Louisville, Ky., Oct 14. Ed Lot walked out of the penitentiary a free gens, a moonshiner who has been eva man Friday morning, his term under ing the revenue officers for 18 year the good time law and Gov Brown's has been captured near the Green ar commutation, having expired. The 'J aylor county line by Dsputy Ma time of the Reeves brothers, who shal George W. llttntor "' escaped several weeks ago and have never been recaptured, would have esH ucMiuy morning. He once walke pircd at the same date, but thewBaa rail fences for several miles to prevc heard they were to be rearrjjfd for bloodhounds following his tralL an old murder. c Old Flat; of Seven Pines. Cnlveriallstn' Cj' ontlon. Lexington, Ky., Oct 14. Miss Juli IIorKissviLLK, K,v., Oct 17. The Spurr has been chosen to present t state convention 6t the Universalist the Battle Abbey museum, the old fla( church iu',mif .tucky opened its annual of Seven Pines and other battlefield session afConso'ation church, in this on Friday, October 10. Cob Rober county, Friday morning, with ltfO Morris, of Richmond, Va. , owns th and delegates in attendance. flag, which was given h m by Gee The fine new church at Consolation (lustavus W. Smith. Miss Spurr wa will be dedicated fcunday morning. Kentucky's sponsor at the late cc,fe K. Settle's Cllim. crate reunion. Frvxefort, Ky., Oct 17. Evan E. Kentucky II inks Must Make Reports. Settle said Friday: "I shall be elected Frankfort, Ky., Oct 14. Hereafter to congress from the A&hlastl dUtr ct Kentucky banks will be compelled to by 2,503 majority. Col. retk nr'.djo report to the corporation department will not cirry a county i the district of secretary of state "the amount of igo peosave Fayctt0.' Tli 2 money owing to tho banks from ple cla'm Fayt'e, Bourbon, Henry and the stockholders" and "the amount owWoodford counties. ing from directors." Failure to report Trc Silver Uarbrcn". these two items have caused most of llorKlvsva.LR. Ky., Oct 17. It is the bank failures in Kentucky in rewere pres- cent years. est mated that 5.030 ent at the frej si'ver barbecue held at Kentucky Odd Fellows. the Driving Park, near this city, FriFrankfort, Ky., Oct 14. The state 1". B. Frauklin, of Frankfort, day. grand lodge of odd fellows convened a id Congressman Clardy, of this city, Tuesday morning. Most of the first were the session has been consumed with reports of grand officers. The latter Odd KoiUtV Home Fraskfort, Ky.. Oct 17. Since show 170 lodges in the state, with adraising S3.0C0 in subscriptions in the dition the past year of 892 members. grand lodge o Kentucky for a widows' About S0O delegates are already here anil crphons" home, it develops that and 500 delegates proper are expected Wednesday. S3 ODD had been previously subscribed by the Covington and Newport lodgs, The Motion Denied. and at least S7 003 thro-igthe state. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 14. The moDied at Come. John D. White tion of EERC.n:.T, Ky., Oct. 17. "Johnt" to reinstate the Laurel county injunca prominent mountain man, died tion restraining tho county clerks of at Kingdom Come of typhoid fever. the Eleventh district from placing There arc said to be many cases Congressman D. C Colson's name on throughout Letcher county, caused by the official ballot as republican nomthe using of impure water, and physiinee for congress was denied Tuesday cians have their hands full. morning by Appellate Judge Hazel- . 1 r!j ! BLCOD MAY FLOW. ?ofan D. Carroll and C. J. Broactoa on the Point o f Fighting Duel. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 14. A dispatch from Lexington to the Times says that John D. Carroll, of Henry county, and C J. Bronston, of Lexing- two-year-o- ld - 2-- s: Fra-nkfor- t -- Tomp-kinsvill- e, weather, a fast track, 3,000 attendants and the breaking of the world's double team record were the pleasant features Sunday night tho track was a little of the big trotting meeting here Thursheavy when the races were called at day. Miss Rita and Josie B., the sennoon, but by 2 o'clock it was in fairly sational pacing team owned by Mrs. good condition. The most Important W. E. D. Stokes, of New York, were race on the card was the. Ashland sent against tbe world's record of 2:12f, stake, worth 54,003, for 2:11 trotters. driven by E. Hickok. They sped to the Pat L., an outsider, in the betting, quarter in :3i, passed tho half in 1:04, in 1:35 and finished won the first heat in 2:13. The sec- the ond heat went to Baron Rogers, he the mile in 2:09f, lowering the world's beating Pat L. out by a length. Baron record three seconds. The Kentucky Rogers easily won the two other neces- stake was won rather oasily by the Boston colt Bingen. Tho unfinished sary heats. The West stake, worth S2.000, for 2:29 race Wednesday went to Clayonc, In class trotters, went to Walter S., the straight hoats, while Pilot Boy beat a field of good ones in the 2:14 class. favorite. Tho third race was unfinished owing to darkness, Lynn Bour- The 2:17 pace was unfinished. Sumbon having won two heats. John R. maries: 2:17 class, trotting, purso SSOO: Clay-on- e Gentry will not attempt to lower his won; Roloson seeond, Woodford C. record Tuesday as was announced, but third. Best timo2:12Jf. will be sent against track record. SumThe Kentucky stake, S3, 000, for maries: secFirst race, tho Ashland stakes, 84,000, ond, Roso Bingen won; Vlpsania time Best Croix third. 2:11 class trotting: Baron Rogers wou; IK3 Pat L. second, Bouncer third. Best 2:13. class, trotting, purso 51,000; 2:14 time 2:13. Pilot Boy won; Walter S. second. Second race, the West stake, $2,000: Satin Slippers third. Best time 2:12. WalterS. won; EtnmaOffut second. San 2:17 class, pacing, purse S500, unfinMaleo third. Best time 2:10. ished: Arthur W. won two heals nnd Bnford Overton Handed. Iowa Joo and Uncle Tom each ono. Pinkvili.e, Ky., Oct 13. Tho news Best time 2:12. has been received here that Buford MISS M'GINNIS Overton, tho young murderer, was hanged at Harlan C H. Monday after- fays ShVs Innocent and Enters Salt for Damages. noon. Reports have been afloat that a Elizarkthtown, Ky., Oct 10. Quito mob of Overton's friends had organized to rescue him, but tho Harlan county a sensation has developed at this post authorities swore in a large number of office, which has led to the discharge of Miss Sallle McGinnis, the clerk. deputies. The county scat was crowded with mountaineers, who came to at- It seemed that money has been missed tend the hanging. Buford Overton as- out of a number of letters that hare sisted in the murder of an old peddler gone through the office, and that on and his wife With his brother and Tuesday Post Office Inspector Vickery John Scott he tvaylaid the couple and came here to look into the matter. A shot them from ambush. Scott is do Jfcouple of decoy letters were put in the office by the inspector and money was ing a life term. taken from one of them. This discovllnrlit-- s at t Mcrs ery led to the discharge of Miss Ginnis, the inspector accusing her of IB - taking the money out of the letter. Miss McGinnis denies the charges and t has brought suit against Inspector Vickery for 820,000 damages. Mr. Vickery refuses to talk about the matter, only saying that the inspectors seldom make a mistake. three-quarte- rs three-year-old- LEXINGTON RACES. Tho Ashland Stake, "Worth 84,000, Wot by Baron Rosen. Lexington, Ky., Oct 13. Notwlth-standin- g tho cold, damp weather two thousand people attended the trotting races here Monday. Owing to rain Ji The World's Doable Team Rooonl Brakes at Lexington by Kiss Kita'iiad Joslo JJ. Lkxixotos, .Ky., Oct 10. THREE SECONDS. y ri rf - 91 . (' r I v rS- 4i ti 0L wl i f, J a. .!, T4TA - "" Th T r ,. :" - - t ' HAVING DECIDED TO Fine PATOIS.!' BUSINE AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE M JFREE I QUIT tS Wl5 R with each package of As soon as I can dispose of my stocfc of goods, I hereby announce that on and after this date m? entire j h II m !i ff il H y Ubii 1 Ul i 1 f ?k an k s c j s: CLOTHING, NOTIONS, FURNISHING GOODS, HHTS, CKRPETS, niu-- t 1 In fact everything in the House, closed out regardless of price for o!GAS '4 ; T T i ONLY ! SWEET CAP UrCAiL CIG AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE - 1- No goods will be charged to any ono. goods charged this year and preuou-t- o this year is now due and nuM he paid at once without fur- ll A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS WITHOUT COST. ther notice. This is " min-r'se- rs In 1 1 Lexinotov, Ky., Oct 13. Hon. E. E. Settle, candidate for congress in the Ashland district, formally opened his campaign hero at the courthouse Monday afternoon. He was assisted in tho speaking by Miss Margaret Ingels, Bourbon county's young woman orator, and Thomas H. Clay, of this city. Miss Ingels was the drawing card. Lexingtov, Ky., Oct 13. Tho will of the late Cob R. P. Todhunter was admitted to probate here Monday afternoon. The real estate, consisting of 1,000 acres of land, live stock and personalty, was bequeathed to his wife during her lifetime, to revert to their four children, James C, Lydia C, Jean J. and Mrs. Wagner, at her death. Desth of an nopiciNSViLLK, Ky., Oct 13. News has been received in this city from Kenney, Tex., in regard to tho death of Rev. E. W. Dabney, a prominent minister of the Christian church, who formerly resided in this city, where he wns born. He was 70 years of age, and had resided in Texas nearly forty years.- While nothing of importance was done at tho meeting of the directorsof the Louisville baseball club, it was afterwards announced by President Stuckey that ne w ould resign next month, and that Financial Agent Harry Pulliam would be elected president This has been stated before, but it was not known positively to be a fact Edith H. Brings Three Thousand. Danville, Ky., Oct 10 W. H. sold to John Langon, of New d filly, Edith York, the II., by Empire Wilkes, dam Edith (dam of Barney, 2:06J). Price, 83,000. Tho filly is a very fast green trotter, and has gone miles in 2:23K- - She formerly belonged to Dr. W. H. Osborne, of Greensboro, N. C. 10. Ow-ings three-year-ol- Louisville, Ky., Oct. Stuckey Will Resign. ep F rOS CO I say as rcir.irils i" Mj care all klridjof Piles. "WhTSuCorivItbthls terrain disease? TTo glTntrHtten s lunranicn niinu'i.uu DODi.in ou receipt of jrlce. IIjo J&p&aue 1118tne.monfr IHnot rureil. Jllallea ti uirl-lrcCuro Compaifyrturul, iilnn. by "V. G. White. DruRRPst, "Richmond, Ky. "Will il S?-Sol(l IIP 'PILI - $r&. lFa. Ekb Wa and I mean exactl what 5Ce. and SI per box. 6 for $5. Jacaneto Pile OintnenL 25 and 60c. per box. Japanesa Uer Pellets. 60 DilU.-25- c my accounts and as to my stock goods on hand. THE WILL HOTTXS-VHas mm WHETHER STOCK THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY YOU i Soli NEED mm i t r TO BUY K OR NOT A3 X J : Altgeld Will Speak In LoalsTllle. Louisville, Ky., Oct 15. It is announced here that Hon. John P. Altgeld, of Illinois, will close the campaign in Kentucky for the silver men. He GOODS Ii; AND jizjj Converted Into c j IS "Wv COMPLETE IN EVE1; LINE 7 Col. K. P. Todhnnter's VN1L will probably be able to speak in Louisville October 24 or 25. Great preparations will be made to make this the largest demonstration of the campaign. Glenagnes stud, the property of the late Nicholas Finser, was iiold at auction Thursday. Imp. Eothen, the sire of Requital, was scld to J. J. Douglass for 510,000. A suckling of Imp. Eothen out of Imp. Maori was bought by Milt Young, of Lexington, for 51,000. Joint Debates In the Ashland District. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 10. A proposition is pending between Col. Breckinridge and Hon. E. E. Settle for joint debates in this district Four joint'de-bate- s are proposed, Sottfe to name the time and place for two and Breckinridge for two. OnOOOOOGOGOOa, MUST BE SOLD. Yours truly, I Recently Bern a Modem Palace. WiHS "eXcJL Halls and Entrance .iro Marble and Tiling of the Finest Quality. Louisville, Oct Glenagnes Stud Sold 18. at Auction. Tho famous 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - - 0P 3, V: ig5K PARLORS AND UPPER HALLS. - - - Offices and Dinlng--Roo- Beautifully Decorated and Bril liantly Lighted.. P. S. Fixtures for sale. Its Equipments throughout aro without a Superior in the South, rate of h Kli-;c!o-- n Tra-zie- r, .... Charges Considered CfXZ'IKlIR $10,000R-ce- ijy Ih-slrta- Held o i Suspicion. rigff- - YoanciMt Hoy Convict. rEAKKFOitT, Ky , Oct. 19. Theyoung HorKiNSViLLE, Liabilities estimated at creditors. 54,000, with assets not given. Dlarkbnrn toKniimc Campaigning. Versailles, Ky., Oct. 19. Senator Blackburn has almost recovered from his illness. He was well enough Saturday to sit on his veranda and chat with his friends. He expects to resume work next Monday. 19. E. O. FretwellV large tobacco barn, containing 20,000 pounds of tobacco, was burned at an early hour Sunday morning. Loss, about $3,000; insurance, 700. The fire was of incendiary origin. Paris, Ky.. Oct. Tobacco Darned. This was tbe sc.i- timent of an old lady to her grandchild MabeL And many a Mabel has vfoucd it to be true, MfTjr' py H ana she Has tacen care of- - her health. She keeps on hand a supply . of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre. cription. and so is not troubled with those wasting: disease, weaknesses, "dragging- - MMMI im IJrWi LtZ The world rrerns'wetake It, And life, dear child, is trust vre mate it. " I JJispeksaxy Medical Association, 63 larities that so many women endure. "Favorite Prescription" contains no alcohol to inebriate ; no syrup or sugar to derange digestion. As peculiar in its remedial results as in its composition. As a pot erful, invigorating tonic, it imparts strenjrth to the whole system, partic-ttlarto the womb and its appendages. For feeble women generally. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is un equaled as an ppetiang cordial and restorative tonic. AUook of iooo pages, telling how to cure these diseases by sent fkek on receipt of 21 cents in stamps for postage and wrapping only. This book is profusely illustrated with wood-cut- s and colored plates, also with avast number of reproduced photographs of those cured by the use of Favorite Prescription" and without having to go through the ordeal of consulting a doctor. Full names and addresses are gives so you can correspond and lean theirexperiences in curing- themselves. Address, with stamps, WorCd's ly home-treatment, Main Street, Boflalo, N. Y. Coi-UK- S. No. Mrs. Jos. C. (P. O. Sox 1S7) of Alfred CtntreAlU ' n; c - T'J toot Dr. Pierce's Favorite PrweriptiOB. for three laotsths aod- X belped me more ,tba all the other L es that I had aHBflMBUECtl llad been sick (ear months with Merise troubles can Botrbeareasd on my leet without any, uoume wiiBiever; oe-fare taking "Favorite FiwcripUon'I could fcMtfiy ret arotuM at isnssuie- -, - raijrCof. ywrites; m3Fir -- )Of.CSUXM, ft ? j " , J 14. The fifth annual meeting here Wednesday of the train and instantly killed, both legs bankers of Kentucky promises to be and his head being torn from his body, the largest in the history of the state. which was frightfully mangled, Controller Eckels, who is to deliver HEAVYTRACK. one of the principal addresses, arrived Seventh Day of tho Trotting Xtacesat LexTuesday evening. President Leathers' Kentucky Pensioners. ingtonGeorge G. Wins tho Bine Grass Washington, Oct. 17. The follow-n- g address will be largely devoted to the Stakes. present financial condition. Kentuckians were granted pensions Lexington, Ky., Oct 15. The sevFi iday: Original Wellington Martin, Alonzo Waiting's Case. enth day of the trotting races hre Williamsburg. Original Widows, Etc Frankfort, Ky., Oct 14. The tran- was attended by a crowd of 4,000. Tho Minors of Solomon Pittman, Cain's script of the record in the Alonzo Waltrack was heavy from rain Tuesday. Store, Lucresia Hawkins, Slaughters-vll- o ling murder case, from Campbell coun- The principal event was the Blue Grass ty, was filed in the clerk's office of tho stake for S2.000, which was won in The Cities In TVMch Carlisle Will Sprak. court of appeals Tuesday. Tho case straight heats by Georgo G. Badge Louisville, Ky., Oct 17. The Ken- will be called up by the clerk Wedneswon tho 2:07 pace in straight heats, tucky cities i.r which Secretary Car- day, and set for hearing in ten days. tho best mile made. Charles lisle will speak are: Covington, Octosecretary of tho speed department Smith Alford's Offer. ber 22; Bowling Green, October 54; of the New Jersey Fair association, LEXiNGTcy, Ky., Oct 14. Smith Owensboro, October 26; Louisville, Lexington's crack sprinter and and principal owner of the Great Pearl October 2, and Lexington, October SO. athlete, has just been offered the posi- stables, fix which Royal Victor and Democrat Hire All the Halls. tion of coacher for the Clarksville Louis Victor arc the stars, filed a comLouisville, Ky., Oct 17. The locaL (Tenn.) football team. Alford will plaint with the judges that Frank Iledrick, the pool seller, attempted to democratic committee Friday rented probably accept havo him pull Royal Victor in the 1:10 all the halls in the city, 17 in number, pace by hedging 51,100 for him without from October 22 to the day of election. Struck a Guher. Ihere will be meetings every night Union City, Ind., Oct 14. The well authority. Tho judges had Bassano being drilled north of this city by the return the money. Summaries: IVants 625. OOO Darancrs. 2:17 class, trotting, purse S1.000 (unOil company, Ykbsailles, Ky., Oct 17. Mrs. Hat-ti- e Northern Indiana Axtelloid, won; Stuckcy Friday brought suit to re- reached Trenton rock after drilling finished Monday): cover $25,000 against the Louisville and some !5 feet The well proved to be a Lynn Bourbon, second; Felicinia, third. Nashville railroad for killing her hus- gusher, giving out 50,000 cubic feet a Best time 2:10h'. Bluo Grass stakes, S2.000, trotting; day. band, Hugh Stuckey, last August George G. won; Atlanta second; Death of Itobert Nells on. Itnrled tlitWron Man. Willi AM8 fort, Pa., Oct 14. Kobt Straight Line third. Best time 2:17J. Erie, Pa., Oct 17. Several months Neilson, general superintendent of the 2:07 classs, pacing, purse S1.000: ago the remains of a man identified as Philadelphia & Erie railroad, is dead, Badge won; Lottie Loraine, second; Samuel Lehman, of Eric, were found aged 60 years. He has been connected Pearl a, third Best time 2:10Jf. near Dunkirk. 1 ho parents gave tho with the Pennsylvania railroad for 2:21 class, trotting, purso 5800, unfinbody burial here Friday Lehman re- more than 30 years. ished: Roleson and Clayone each won turned home a heat; Woodford C., third. Best time Tub Gaekwar of Baroda possesses 2:10. Gold for the United Stites. costly sword in the London, Oct 17. Ihe withdrawals the most is so set with precious world. stone? The hilt of gold from the Bank of England weapon is worth at leas Tho Daughter Married to Friday included 423,030 destined for that the an Array ORlcer. 520,000. shipment to the United States. Louisville, Ky., Oct 15. The wedKilled nifl nrnther. Held for Mo nine b rop. ding of Maj. Charles Alfred Booth, U. OwENgBono, Ky., Oct 15. Lester anc Lancabteb, Ky , Oct 15. In the S. A., and Miss Virginia Singleton county court Wednesday morning Josse Tucker,12 brothers, aged respec- Brown was solemnized Wednesday tively 15 and years, were starting on James Hackley, a young a hunt Wednesday afternoon with a evening at 9 o'clock in the presence of farmer, was held in the sum of $100 to a large assemblage of guests at the await the action of the grand jury for small single barrel shotgun. The gun home of the bride's parents, resting on the arm of Lester exploded, stealing a water spaniel pup ia this the charge entering the right breast oi and Sirs. John Young Brown, of 1517 city last July. Fourth avenue. his brother, killing him instantly. The best man was Lieut Herbert Leallnc OH and Mineral Lands. Killed Ills Cousin. Sydney Whipple, who, in honor of the Owinosvillf, Ky., Oct 15. Prof. WESTLmERTr. Ky.,Oct 15. In a occasion, wore his full military uniSandusky, of Ohio, has leased the right fight in Bruin, Elliott county, to bore for oil and to prosDcct for min- Harlan Whitt knocked his cousin, form. Her maid of honor was Miss erals on several largo tracts of land young Barker, on the head with a three Evelyn Brown. The other maids were scar here and it is understood that the pound rock, killing him. Whitt fled Misses Annie Starling, Margaret Reeve work of sinking wells will begin at the xountry immediately after the and Julia Henderson, all of Henderson, and Miss Rose Crittenden, of once. killing, and has never been heard of. Frankfort Killed by n Car. Whitt lives in this county. A number of army officers were presLexikgton, Ky., Oct 15. Henry Lynchers After nim. ent in uniform. Among tho guests Mitchell, a colored prisoner at tho city Owingsville, Ky., Oct 15. Bob were Gen. and Mrs. Robinson, Capt. workhouse, was Tun over and killed by Carr, lunch a flat car laden with crushed stone stand,the colored proprietor of aRazor, Von Schroder, Dr. and Mrs. Archibald quarreled with John Dixon, of Henderson; Miss Barber, of Wednesday afternoon. a white man, and knocked him senseDanville; Mr. David Clark", CoL and Tost ORtco IJobbel. less with a billiard cue. Razor may Mrs. l H. Young, Dr. and Mrs. James West LniF.iiTY, Ky., Oct 15. The die. A mob chased Carr with the In- B. Bullitt, Mr. Logan C Murray, Geo. post office at Sandy Hook, Elliott tention of lynching him. Weitzel, of Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. county, was robbed of 539.30 in money to and $30 in stamps. No clew as to tho Secretary Carlisle Comlnji 13. MVentucsy. Hinton, of Paris, Ky. Tho couple will, go east for a few Louisville, Ky., Oct Chairman t hT.f vcs. Davie, of the JCentucky committee of weeks. They expect to make theii Annual Meeting of the Bankers. the national democraticparty, rccuived home in St Louis for the next twe LoinsviLLE, Ky., Oct 15. The an a telegram Monday from Secretary nual meeting of the Kentucky Bank- Carlisle, informing him he would come Store In Ashes. ers' association began Wednesdaj to "Kentucky cither the latter part of Stanton, Ky., Oct 13. The store of morning at McCanlcy!s theater. There this week or the first of next John F. Combs fc Co. burned Sunday are 1C0 members. In his annual adnight; loss, 50,000; partly Insured Flradlnj; for a J'ardon. dress, President John P. Leathers deLexington, Ky., Oct 13. An effort clared it was the duty of bankers tc Fell to His Death. pressrye at all hiztrds the prevailing has been set on foot here to secu.ro a Akron, O., Oct 13. Frank pardon for Frank P. Scearcc, .Lexlng- - Furnace street an Italian, James, of high standard of national finance. fellrom 1 ton's noted forger. Petitions arc be the railway trestle over the canal SunArluin Attendants Harry. ing circulated and a copy is posted in ITopkinsville, Ky., Oct. 15. Thos the various hotels. Hundreds of 'peo- day night, and "jvas instantly killed. He,was 'part way across the "trestle D, Anderson and Miss Lillian Cliftot ple are signing them. when a freight approached. .The Italand F. C Arvin and Miss Carolim BrasGeld Trotting Sale. ian lost his balance.; and feU 190 feet" Jones, Attendants at the Western Lu Kj. Oct 13 The T. E. natlc asylum, near this city, wert 8feoe.Maaatactarr Asaiffa. cbmbicatlpn'saJe of trotting salted Jn marriage hi tbe, parlors o' Brwfield t Art llstsui1 VAHelnH i nunns Wan Oott:13; Corcoran, Cel-ii- .v. y ub. ua,i,ivu II WJ1.UIJ ,wiwu moraing, riura lftrge;aAaae.(..0I aiwiati. a.V-- L.'.vV.....:t Mtvvua4uftnuns,n DBkrc. JdJMMUUtM , highly bred SIM MB. 't .7 r w tk - , Jl? JL-- F 1m,o cUrtcc, '. 'St.&, w; iWvjsr- .i ' priowwKti jojc w c ' r II v ? r ". ' Bas-ban- o, Al-for- d, Cordis, Ky., Oct 17. The charred boJy of a babe w as found three miles from here Friday. A physician is held en suspicion awaiting the action of the grand jury. A schoolmistress is involved in the case and there is great excitement Louisville, Ky., Oct Kentucky Hankers' Association. Frlghtfnlly Mangled by Cars. HorKiNsviLLE, Ky., Oct 13. Whilo walking on the tracks of the Louisville and Nashville railroad at Caskcy, near this city, David Morris, a colored boy, 16 years old, was struck by a passenger THE MARKETS. FLOUR Sprlns fancy. II 3031 OS: sprin? family. U.S'JGia. spring patent, taWfct.'O; fancy, Ji 433.70; winter patent. K95ctl.2-family. t!S0&3.: extra. StlSQ-low grade. rye. Northwestern. Ii40t50. do !lW:ti05: city. i4035U. WnrAT Sales: Simple red. track. .73c; do, 74c: No 2 red. track, 75c: No. 3 red. track, COH-- f Sales: No 2 mixed, track. 23:; tarn-p'- e mixed. ISc: yellow ear, track, :0o. vrhlto O. 7-'a k. Have Been Expended in This nt Jmprovement. CIKCIN.fATI. Oct. 17. RKTES $2 St $2.50 PER DRY W. Scott L Mwi Miller, MAXUFACTURKK AND UE.1LKU N The exact thing for your mon and rouebs. tl&033.(M Cattle Fair to gool "hlppsrs'. Si 403 1 10: extra. tLU&4.25. good to choice hutohers. 13.5034.00, fair to medium butchers', 11003 3.43: common. II 103; 7a Sueep AXD LtsiDi Sheep Extras. 33.033 3.ZS: good to choice, 1:Ij-175- . common to fair, JL7J3iia Lambs Extras. 853V 10; common to fair, cood to choice, tl 233-75-. 12.7523. 15. ear, track. Sic 17o: No. Oats Sales: No. S mixed, tr.-c3 mixed, track. lCc: No. 3 white, track. ISo. Hoes Select snippers'. fct.S033.2S: select butchers', ! a 233 J 30, fair to good packers, to. 15320. fair to good light, UM33.35; com- Madison Monniiiiental "Works. (AK4Kf .Aliv m iftk"-UII3IMI-- Foreign - and - Amerien - MarbU MONUMENTS, AND GRANITE HEAT DK1LLS, HARROWS, ROLLERS, HARDWARE, Tv7 ti M F 11 Tombs, Tablets, Headstones, Ukns, Sr.vTiuuY, Etc WORK A TINWARE. SB , 5.00. Vkal Calves Fair to extra, 15.25 3i JO, Rood Usrht. 11003 common and Urge, Ct&O FINS CImp' j,E7r3w-55S- SPECIALTY Unwashed flno merino. 9310o per lb: quarter-bloo- d clothln?. 12313a: medium, delilne and clothing. 12313c: briid, 113113: medium cornblnj. 1 1311a Washed, dai raw Ino.XtoXX I2c: medium cloihlnr. 11315c; delaine fieece. 11315c: long combiar. 15318;; quarter-bloo-d and low. If 4IS0. common coarje, 113120: choice. 17318c NxwYonK, Oct IT. Xo. 5, red November, 83s: DecemWnrAT ber, 80tf 81 Mar. B3SS5I Cork No. 2. 3lK&3!Kc: December, 333 33So: May, 35X335 Oats Western, M22lo: December. Sift 40. May, 26S3. Wool jfW Your Trade Solicited.. jp j M SliDckelf ord EICM0D, State. d, Work delivered to any part of the. "Wnte for Designs and Prices. GEO. 0. D0ZIER, Proprietor. k KEX1U "- yullll -- y3 V . o; liine Streets. Richmond, Ky. J5S3SSSSSSi3SS3SSSaSSS?SSSi'SSSSSSTSSSS!5S3SSSSS 0. January. 77c; 29.Sc. Wheat CHICAOO. Oct. October. 71'is; May. Const October, &!c December, 1 7. TSXo; HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, V. Va., Recomd mends Wrights Celery Our factor' on Laurel Strost in ia,now running, nnd we are Capsule?. prepared to fill orders for twist of tbo llicli-nion- c; Deecmbor, 2Ki May, SUPPLY THE TRADE it Oat3 October, 18Sc: December, lSJjc: May, JlJi22, TOLKPO. a. Oct 17. Wheat No. 2 red, cash. 81 He: December, BlKe: May. 87 Ho: No. 3 red. cash, 75K& Coax No. 3 yellow, cash. 26a , Oats No. 2 mixed. May, 22a lire No. 2 ca3b. 41c: No. 3 do. S9c , Vi a iHUUUiWHHl PAKKERSBUnC, MEM, Ml, ' M W. Va., 2G. 1995. BOOTH-BROW- Ind., Oct 17. CATTLE-Cho- ice to prime. 11600175. fat, IB. veil finished, 1 1 4034 50. medium. J3 Hoes Good to choice medium and heavy. 43; mixed and heavy, 3.2023.33; cool t3.31 lights .3na3.3S. to choice 80l well-kno- ex-Go- FARM VALUES. ,Tbo Notable Depreciation of Property In the West. The gold standard has had a mostdis-'astrou- s effect on farm values In many free-for-a- ll 'western localities. The margin between farm mortgages, plus accrued interest and the spot cash selling value of the ifarms mortgaged is being rapidly wiped iout I I D. C, for several yeajs. In last (December's annual report I took the .statements of business men, one a lead- the department of agriculture, hae reported to the statistician ol Wash-Jrgton- ", have been usinc Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to be as recomBrands, three snides. We can save you mended. I first bewail taking them rnonev. Send us a trial order; you will Espe- while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatglad with our products. he cially pleased to hear iroin cointry mer ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver anil Stomach trouble, Constipation which I chants. Ross, White had been a long sufferer. 1 found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief RiciisiDsn, Ky-.49 from tho beginning ami have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. ROUTE 1 January The Weight Med. Co., Columbus, Uhio 1L C." and oi "Piir Jacks" Gentlemen. I - vfeik. IWAT6HES !?! rAND"A I 5) A. JEWELRY, JSSSSSS&O uiSS3S53Sf feirf -- . G" 0 - I A New nd Nic&ly Selected Stock . Just Received and at ... jpvNn ff fSB- - , "BIG- FOUR" Hard Times - P rices. SILI'Er. ECS :- ing farmer and shipper of stock to The latter estimated the of farm values in the country - Bona VestlbuleITrnin,wltli Boiret rnrlor covered by his operations nt 40 per cent Cars, E'ejnint Coaclie. ninlnw tain". Wogaei in the last five years. Others estimated Slpcplng Cars, nnd lHle?.t Improved PrUiey Who eta think Weeping the depreciation at 50 pet cent, in the Uepnrttuent Haflet with toilet Cms. simple iK);eorles In Wanted-- An Idea of sobjb patent? luniislied thing ti ilast the years. Xone was lower. I re-- , jich compartment. .Best terminal station. ET.lectyo'1r Ideas; thr may brlmr too irr<n- wnto JOHN WtUDEKBDRN A CO "Patent Attorported these estimates to the departney. Washington. D. c, for their 1.8 and ot two hundred lurenUoas wsutojT offer ment statistician. These reports are strictly nonpartisan and are based on the statements of competent men In Solid Velbnti Trnlim wltli IhiflVl rarlor Vach special ocation. I could cite in- Oirs.fonclies nltil UlnlUK IMnsaotl Wi.gner nafiVtblceplliBCnrM. KnleriiiRHI.Loulxaver stances of farms that have been turned Ihe Nrw MrcUnU' Bridge. uvoia ug tunuel. over by the mortgagors to ihe mort'Waaat gagees In payment of the debts that & Ssjgjr 4. sc& would not sell for the mortgage 0 plus Interest. Ernest Hollenbeck, In from Chicago Ilecord. TlionJv Through Bleeping Cl nineCnr. THE.-,..- . plug HE Buffalo. -- BEST UKE TO AKQJtFRQ- K- ClIAKLEST CALDYtelA. CHICAGCf, Sold by T. S Ilagan, Druggist. Trice 0 cents and $1.03 perbor. Call at drug-tor- e G- and get free sample. 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InrolTlac Question of Great Interest to infj the trotting meeting here Friday afternoon. The race of the day was Kentucky l'hjslcla.ns. IIorKiNSViLLE, Ky., Oct 19. In the between Fantasy, 2:0G); Beuzetta, Christian circuit court, Jndpe Breath- 2:W; William Penn, 2:07tf, and Tat itt rendered a decision in the test case L., 2:09. It proved a heated contest, in which against Dr. P. M. Stites, of this with citv, charged to Beuzetta won the first contest; Fantasy failure register births and deaths occnr- - the second and third, William Penn pro- - the fourth and Pat L. the fifth, sixth rine In bis prnctice as Videjl by the law. Judjre Breathitt re- - and seventh. The best time made by ersed the decision of the lower court, Beuzetta, 2:07. The Lexington stake trotters was won fining Dr. Stites, on the grounds that for while tho lair is constitutional, the easily by China Silk, Royal Victor won fctato auditor had not provided the the 2:12 pace in straight heats and Arpace, unfincounty with tho proper thur W. captured the clerk blanks to be furnished doctors. Last ished Ihursday. in the sixth heat. Summaries: 2:17 class, pacing, unyear 100 physicians practicing their profession in this city and county were finished from Thursday: Arthur W. fined SCO and costs each for failure to won, Eleanor second. Uncle Tom third. register births and deaths, and the Best time 2:12. The Lexington stake, 2,000, for case of Dr. Stites was appealed as a China Silk won, Preston sectest case, with the above result. The decision will be of interest to physi- ond, Mabel Moneypcnny third. Best cians of this state, as other cases are time 2:17J. Free for all trotting purse, S2.000. pending. Pat L. won, Fatasy second, Wm. Penn JUDGES' HOMES Best time, third, Buzctta fourth. Tn H- Humeri to the Ground If They Do 2:07. 2:12 class, pacing, purse S1,000: Royal Hot Satisfy tlio Toll Gito Mob. SritiXG field, Ky., Oct. 19. Not satVictor won, Miss Finlcy second, Ole 4 isfied with destroying all the toll gates, Hutch third. Best time 2:0S. the Washington county mob threatens AGAINST DANCING to burn the horn s of the members of the court of claims. The la Hot. V. F. Smith, and Ills Church Is ISadly Divided. new trouble is the result of the action Richmond, Ky., Oct. 17. The Chrisof the court, whici, at its regular session on Monday of last week, de- tian church of this city is divided over cided that no longer would the county the pronounced stand taken by the pay annually the sum of $30 each to pastor, W. F. Smith, against dancing. the dependent poor of the coun- There have been several votes taken ty. Saturday morning Justice John as to whether he should be retained as Sankey, of the court, who resides pastor or not The last one was taken about three miles from Springfield, re- last Sunday, resulting in a tie. It is ceived through the mails an anony- thoug it by a great many that Mr. mous letter, in which the threat is Smith will resign and save the church further division of the memmade that if the court of claims does from bers. Mr. Smith, it seems, has been not meet in extra session and reconsider its action the houses of each of making some talk against dancing and tho members of the court "will be condemning those who engage in the pleasure of the light fantastic. burned to the ground. two-year-o- ld 2-s: From All Tart of the Commonwealth. LEXINGTON STAKES Tot Won Easily by China Silk Other Krents. Lexikqtox, Ky., Oct. 17. Fine Folot o f Flghtlnc a DneU LouisYillk, Ky., Oct. 14. A dispatch from Lexington to the Times says that John D. Carroll, of Henry connty, and C J. Bronston, of Lexington, defeated candidates for the Seventh district free silver democratic nomination for congress are on the point of fighting a duel. Tho. trouble is nald to have grown out of Mr. Carroll's failure to support Mr. Bronston, after he (Carroll) had no chance of winning. Words passed between the two men and Carroll told Bronston unless he apologized he would have tc answer to him personally. The dispatch says: "It seems that as yet Bronston has apologized, and it is believed by your correspondent's informant that correspondence has been passing between them since the convention, the contents of which would be sensational in tho extreme if made public" BLOOD MAY FLOW. fohn D. Carroll and C J. Broatton on the - ay $ : f Ky., Oct. 19. Saturday 12 o'clock an incendiary set fire to the tenement house and barn of Americus Weaver, near the village of Berley, this county. Jlr. Weaver sent to Williamsburg, O., and socured Detective Ilritton and his bloodhounds. At a lato hour Sunday eve ning they night about Augusta, Cliasln;? a Firoba?. had failed to strike a trail. An Important Tax Decision. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 19. The court of appeals decided that the city of Frankfort had a right to assess property that had escaped assessment and taxation, and that taxes could be "collected on the property for more than five years back. Frankfort is a city of the third class, but the decision will apply to similar cases in other cities, and is a most important opinion. I'nor CantllJate la tho District. Ky , Oct. 10. G. W. OwEXSiioito, Southall, of Hopkinsville, a populist leader, displeased over the withdrawal of CapL Bell, the populist TjJ'L.nce for congress, in favor of .Congressman J. 1) Clardy, the frctf silver democratic nominee, has announced himself as a "middle oi the road" candidate. Thh makzt, four candidates in this district "The Marriage Is Void. Louisvn.i.E, Ky., Oct 19. Judge Gib son, in tbe Clark circuit court, .nt Jcf fersonville, declared null and void the marriage which took place last sum mer between Clarence Riehl and Brooks Larue, both of Louisville. The groom in the cass is a white youth, n scarcely 10. The bride is a Negro woman. Stabbed Him. Hazel Green, Ky., Oct 19. Samuei Dennis, of Morgan county. as stabbed by Boyd Richardson, hit nephew, and was thought to be mop well-know- tally wounded, but later accounts cd and influential citizen, and a leadei in politics. StMitrnceit for Life. he will recover. An old grudge wai the cause. Dennis is a highly respect sa3 IlARRonsurnG, Ky., jury in the case of the commonwraltl Oct 19. Tht against James Wesley Bugg rendcrec a verdict of guilty and fixed the penal ty at confinement in the penitentiary forlife. Three months ago Bugg shol his wife's companion, J. William Board at a country church. man, a colored barber, shot Doc Tyler, also colored. The ball passed through the stomach and lodged in the liver. Tyler will die. In default of S500 bail. Rodman is in jail. The trouble grew out of a quarrel over a whisk broom. convict ever sent to the Frankfort penitentiary arrived Saturday from Nicholas county. He Is barely llyear old, wore knee pants, and was sent up for one year for cutting another bov of his own age. He is a Negro. lVlilsky Jailed for Safe Keeping. West Libertt, Ky Oct 19. Deputy Collector B. M. Carr, of thW place, who seized 11 barrels of whisky and two fine stills belonging to Burton A Wheeler, of Walnut Grove, has locked up the whisky in jail here for iafc keeping. Kentucky Assignment. norKixsviLLE, Ky., Oct 19. J. M. Bullnrd, grocer, of this city, has made an assignment to J. D. Russell, of the Planters' bank, for the benefit of his A Colored Man Fatlly Shot. Carlisle, Ky., Ojt 19 Jordan Red- Frankfort, YoungtMt Doy Convict. Ky , Oct 19. Theyoung-es- t Liabilities estimated at creditors. 54,030, with assets not given. Jllarkburn to Ktumo Cauipilcnlng. Versailles, Ky., Oct 19. Senator Blackburn has almost recovered from his illness. He was well enough Saturday to sit on his veranda and chat with his friends. He expects to resume work next Monday. large tobacco barn, containing 20,000 pounds of tobacco, was burned at an early hour Sunday morning. Lons, about S3.000; insurance, S700. The fire was of incendiary origin. "Theirorld Iseveraswetatelt, And life, dear child, is what . ttc innfcc 1U This was the of an old lady to her grandchild MabeL And 8nvw-Km5iamany a Mabel has Baft" W- - . r3? JJ. i. Vfound it to be true, and she has taken 7 care of- her health. She keeps on hand a supply of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription, and so is not troubled with those wastme diseases weaknesses, "dragging- - Paris, Tobacco Darned. Ky.. Oit 19. E. O. FretwcllV Lvy tylVr7'irT J. sc.i-time- - lard, the third man who was with tho two Reaves brothers when they robbed a bank and burned the town of ten or twelve years ago, walked out of the penitentiary a free man Friday morning, his term under the good time law and Gov. Brown's commutation, having expired. The time of the Reeves brothers, who escaped several weeks ago and have never been recaptured, would have ejy ucsday morning. He once walke pircd at the same date, but theWBua rail fences for several miles to prove1 heard they were to bo rearreicd for bloodhounds following his tralL an old murder. Old Flat: of Seven Pines. BnlverjallstV Cr jntlon. Lexington, Ky., Oct 14. Miss Juli IIorKiNSVir.i.K, Ky., Oct 17. The Spurr has been chosen to present t state conventiop.-6'the Universalis! Battle Abbey museum, the old fla( church m"" .tueky opened its annual theSeven Pines and other battlefield, of session aVConsoIation church, in this on Friday, October 16. CoL Rober county. Friday morning, with 100 min- - Morris, of Richmond, Va. , owns th sers and delegates in attendance. flag, which was given h'm by Gee The fine new church at consolation Gustavus W. SmitlL Miss Spurr wa will be dedicated Sunday morning. Kentucky's sponsor nt the late ccrfec Kvmi K. Spttlr's Clilm. crate reunion. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 17. Evan E. Kentucky IJinks Must Make Reports. Settle said Friday: '"I shall be elected Frankfort, Ky., Oct 14. Hereafter to congress from ".he Ashland distr'ct Kentucky banks will be compelled to by 2,501 majority. Col. I ret-- nrld-- o report to the corporation department will not crry a county i i the diitrlct of secretary of state "the amount of save Fayette."' Tlu Brec'jiuri igo peomoney owing to the banks from ple claim Fayte, Bourbon, Ilonry and the stockholders" and "the amount owWoodford counties. ing from directors." Failure to report Fre sr.vcr Harecn-these two items have caused most of HorKixsvu.LE. Ky., Oct 17. It is the bank failures in Kentucky in reCbt mated that 5,030 were pres- cent years. ent at the frej si'vrr barbecue held at Kentucky Odd Fellows. the Driving Park, near this city, FriFrankfort, Ky., Oct 14. The state day. It. B. Frauklin, of Frankfort, grand lodge of odd fellows convened a id Congressman Clariiy, of this city, Tuesday morning. Most of the first were the session has been consumed with reports of grand officers. The latter Odd Fmlt r,' Hifiuc Frankfort, Ky., Oct 17. Since show 170 lodges in the state, with adraising S3.0C0 in subscriptions in tho dition the past year of 802 members. grand lodge of Kentucky for a widows' About 800 delegates are already here and crphons home, it develops that and 500 delegates proper are expected Wednesday. S3.033 had been previously subscribed by the Covington and Newport lodges, The Motion Denied. and at least S" 000 through the state. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 14. The moJohn D. White tion of Illed nt Kingdom Come. Errgent, Ky., Oct 17. "Johnt" to reinstate the Laurel county Injunca prominent mountain man, died tion restraining tho county clerks of nt Kingdom Come of typhoid fever. the Eleventh district from placing There are said to be many cases Congressman D. C. Colson's name on throughout Letcher county, caused by the official ballot as republican nomthe using of impure water, and physiinee for congress was denied Tuesday cians have their hands full. morning by Appellate Judge Hazel- rigff. Phrslrtan Held on Suspicion. Kentucky Hankers' Association. Corrin, Ky., Oct 17. The charred Louisville, Ky., Oct 14. The fifth boJy of a babe as found three miles from here Triday. A physician is held annual meeting here Wednesday of the en suspicion awaiting the action of bankers of Kentucky promises to be the grand jury. A schoolmistress is in- the largest in the history of the state. volved in the case and there is great Controller Eckels, who is to deliver one of the principal addresses, arrived excitement Tuesday evening. President Leathers' Kentucky Pensioners. Washington, Oct. 17. The follow-n- g address will be largely devoted to the Kentuckians were granted pensions present financial condition. Ft day: Original Wellington Martin, Atoozo Waiting's Case. Williamsburg. Original Widows, Etc Frankfort, Ky., Oct 14. The tranMinors of Solomon Pittman, Cain's script of the record in the Alonzo WalStore; Lucresia Hawkins, Slaughters-vll- o ling murder case, from Campbell county, was filed in the clerk's office of tho The Cities In TVhlch Carlisle Will Sprak. court of appeals Tuesday. Tho case Louisville, Ky., Oct 17. The Ken- will bo called up by the clerk Wednestucky cities i.r which Secretary Car- day, and set for hearing in ten days. lisle will speak are: Covington, OctoSmith AI ford's Offer. ber 22; Bowling Green, October 24; Lexington, Ky., Oct 14. Smith Owensboro, October 20; Louisville, Lexington's crack sprinter and October 2, and Lexington, October SO. athlete, has just been offered the posiDemocrats Hire All the Halls. tion of coacher for the Clarksville Louisville, Ky., Oct 17. The locaL (Tenn.) football team. Alford will democratic committee Fridny rented probably accept all the halls in the city, 17 in number, from October 22 to the day of election. Struck a Guher. There will be meetings every night Union City, Ind.. Oct 14. Tho well being drilled north of this city by the Want 25,000 Damaprs. Oil company, Versailles, Ky., Oct 17. Mrs. Hatr Northern Indiana tie Stuckcy Friday brought suit to re- reached Trenton rock after drilling cover against the Louisville and some 85 feet The well proved to be a gusher, giving out 50,000 cubic feet a Nashville railroad for killing her day. Hugh Stuckey, last August Heath of Robert 'ellon. Hurled thWrons Man. WiLLiAM8roRT, Pa., Oet 14. Robt Erie, Pa., Oct 17. Several months Neilson, general superintendent the ago the remains of a man identified as Philadelphia & Eric railroad, is of dead, Samuel Lehman, of Erie, were found aged 60 years. He has been connected near Dunkirk. The parents gave tho with the Pennsylvania railroad for body burial here. Friday Lehman re- more than 80 years. turned home. The Gaekwar of Baroda possesses Gold for the United States. the most costly sword in the world. Lonr-on17. Oct Ihe withdrawals is so set with precious stone of gold from the Bank of England The hilt weapon is worth at leas Friday included 423,000 destined for that the 520,000. shipment to the United States. Killed nig Brother. Held for n Owenbboro, Lancaster, Ky., Oct 13. In the Jesse Tucker, Ky., Oct 15. Lester anc brothers, aged respeccounty court Wednesday morning tively 15 and 12 years, James nackley, a young a hunt Wednesday were starting on afternoon with a farmer, was held in the sum of S100 to await the action of the grand jury for small single barrel shotgun. The gun stealing a water spaniel pup in this resting on the arm of Lester exploded, the charge entering the right breast o! city last July. his brother, killing him instantly. Tomp-kinsvillet Joe Millard a Free Man. Frankfort Ky., Oct 17. Joe Mil- Sunday night tho track was a little heavy when the races were called at noon, but by 3 o'clock it was In fairly good condition. The most Important race on the card was the. Ashland stake, worth S4.000, for 2:11 trotters. Pat L., an outsider, In the betting, won the first heat in 2:13Ji. The second heat went to Baron Rogers, he beating Pat L. out by a length. Baron Rogers easily won the two other necessary heats. The West stake, worth S2.000, for 2:29 class trotters, went to Walter S, the favorite. The third race was unfinished owing to darkness, Lynn Bourbon having won two heats. John R. Gentry will not attempt to lower his record Tuesday as was announced, but will be sent against track record. SumGOOD WHIPPING maries: First race, the Ashland alien the Young Culprits 'by Their Fath- 2:11 claBS trotting: Baron stakes, 84,000, Rogers wou; er by tho Judge's Orders. Gf.oroetown, Ky., Oct. 14. Frank Pat L. second, Bouncer third. Best and George Abrams, aged respectively time 2:13. Second race, the West stake, S2.000: 13 and 11 years, charged with grand larceny, were brought before the cir- WalterS. won; EmmaOffut second, San cuit court Tuesday. The home of these Maleo third. Best time 2:10. boys is nt Frahkfort, but they have Buford Overton Hanged. bjen wandering about the country, PiNKViLLE, Ky., Oct 13. Ihe news and about a month ago stole five sets has been received here that Buford of harness in this city. Owing to their Overton, tho young murderor, was extreme youth Judge Cantril gave hanged at Harlan C H. Monday afterthem a Fevere reprimand ond ordered noon. Reports have been afloat that a that the jai.er take them to the base- mob of Overton's friends had organized ment of the jail, and that the father of to rescue him, but tho Harlan county the boys give them a good whipping. authorities swore In a large number of The boys and the old man were satis- deputies. The county scat was crowdfied with the punishment, and the or- ed with mountaineers, who came to atder of the court was carried out tend the hanging. Buford Overton assisted in tho murder of an old peddler Lezlncton Trotting Itaees. With Lexington, Ky., Oct 14. The trot- and his wife. waylaidhis brother and John Scott he the couple ting races here Tuesday had to be de- Bhot them from ambush. Scott is and doclared off on account of rain. The ing a lfe term." be called at 11 o'clock Wedraces will nesday when Tuesday's prcgrn-c-wil-l rs be carried out The horst ic (.pent the afternoon at the auction s, of the South Elkhorn trotters of t t estate of the lute Col. R, P. Fepr No high prices were realized, 63 h bringing about S7.000. Citptnred at Last. Louisville, Ky., Oct 14. Ed Lot , gens, a moonshiner who has been eva ing the revenue officers for 18 year has been captured near the Green ar 'J aylor county line by Deputy Mo shal George W. Huntfr "" a-- LEXINGTON RACES. The Ashland Stake, Wortb 84,000, Woo by Baron Kojers. Lexington, Ky., Oct 13. Notwith-standin- g tho cold, damp weather two thousand people attended the trotting races here Monday. Owing to rain THREE SECONDS. 10. Fine Lexinoton, ,Ky., Oct weather, a fast track, 3,000 attendants and the breaking of the world's double team record were the pleasant features of the big trotting meeting here Thursday. Miss Rita and Josio B., the sensational pacing team owned by Mrs. V. E. D. Stokes, of Netv York, were sent against the world's record of 2:12X, driven by E. Hickok. They sped to the quarter in :32Kt passed the half in 1:04, the In 1:35 and finished the mile In 2:09f, lowering the world's record three seconds. The Kentucky stake was won rather easily by tho Boston colt, Bingen. Tho unfinished race AVednesday went to Clayone, in straight hoats, while Pilot Boy beat a field of good ones in the 2:14 class. The 2:17 pace was unfinished. Summaries: 2:17 class, trotting, purse SS00: Clayone won; Roloson second, Woodford C third. Best time 2: 12 . The Kentucky stnko, 53,000, for Bingen won; Vipsania second, Roso Croix third. Best time three-quarte- rs three-year-old- HAVING DECIDED TO The World's Double Team Record Broke at Lexington by Kiss Rita-anJosle B. d 1. R IITTO M. S ' . is AN ELEGANT 1 BUTTON FREE BUSIN UIT E &Er rS$r 5 with each package of As soon as I can dispose of my stock of goods, I hereby announce that on and after this date mv entire s: 2:13tf. 2:14 class, trotting, purse 51,000; Pilot Boy won; Waller S. second, Satin Slippers third. Best time 2:12. 2:17 class, pacing, purse $300, unfinished: Arthur W. won two heats nnd Iowa .Too and Uncle Tom each one-Best BE CLOTHING, NOTIONS, FURNISHING GOODS, HKTS, CRRPETS, li( a sensation has developed at this post office, which has led to the discharge of Miss Sallie McGinnis, the clerk. It seemed that money has been missed out of a number of letters that have gone through the office, and that on Tuesday Post Office Inspector Vickery came here to look into the matter. A couple of decoy letters were put In the office by the Inspector and money was taken from one of them. This discovery led to the discharge of Miss McGinnis, the inspector accusing her of taking the money out of the letter. Miss McGinnis denies the charges and has brought suit against Inspector Vickery for 820,000 damages. Mr. Vickery refuses to talk about the matter, only saying that the inspectors seldom make a mistake. nothing of importance was done at the meeting of the directorsof the Louisville baseball club, It was afterwards announced by President Stuckey that be vi ould resign next month, and that Financial Agent Harry Pulliam would be elected president This has been stated before, but it was not known positively to be a fact Edith H. Brings Three Thousand. Danville, Ky., Oct 10 W. II. sold to John Langon, of New d York, the filly, Edith II., by Empire Wilkes, dam Edith (dam of Barney, 2:0GJfl. Price, SS,000. Tho filly is a very fast green trotter, and has gone miles in 2:23. She formerly belonged to Dr. W. H. Osborne, of Greensboro, N. C. Ow-ings three-year-ol- time 3:12tf. MISS M'GINNIS Says SliVs Innocent and Enters Suit for Damages. Ef.izABETnrowN, Ky., Oct. 10. Quite In fact every thing in the House, niut closed out regardless of price for o!GASH 0NLY SWEET CAP0RAL S AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE No goods will be charged to any ono. goods charged this year and preinu to this year is now due and nuM be paid at once without fur- A I Stuckey Will Resign. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 10. I H A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS WITHOUT COST. ther notice. This is While aisN JAP and 1 f . i Tv- IV IT1 mm nil Irf ,1,1 .r TI1m V)i.nna.nwl.,ki.,.HiM..lt..... itunranten with 0$1.0O boi&t, to refund thrymnni-- r ifihot cured. Moiled to suar oa receipt oflrlce. Tt Japanese file Cure ComjfcirfrrbUrs.uI, illsn. by W. G. White, DrufJSPst, "Richmond, Ky. 6-S- SCc. and SI ptr box. 6 for $5. Japanesa Pile Ointment. 25 and 50c. per box. Japanese Uer Pelleti. 50 Di!l.-25- c mean exactly what I say as lvn.mU my accounts and as to my stock goods on hand. I ! ad-dre- ss Sams Must WHETHER h YOU So a R Fra-zie- r, Lexington, Ky., Oct 13. Hon. E. E. Settle, candidate for congress in the Altgeld Will Speak In Louisville. Ashland district, formally opened his Louisville, Ky., Oct 13. It is ancampaign here at the courthouso Monday afternoon. He was assisted in the nounced here that Hon. John P. Altspeaking by Miss Margaret Ingels, geld, of Illinois, will close the camBourbon county's young woman ora- paign in Kentucky for the silver men. tor, and Thomas H. Clay, of this He will probably be able to speak in city. Miss Ingels was the drawing Louisville October 24 or 25. Great preparations will be made to make this card. the largest demonstration of the camCol. R. I. Todhunter's Wilt Lexingtov, Ky., Oct 13. Tho will paign. Glenagnes Stud Sold at Auction. of the late Cob R, P. Todhuntcr was Louisville, Oct 16. Tho famous admitted to probate here Monday afternoon, The real estate, consisting of Glenagnes stud, the property of the late Nicholas Finscr, was sold at auc1,000 acres of land, live stock and personalty, was bequeathed to his wifo tion Thursday. Imp. Eothcn, the sire during her lifetime, to revert to their of Requital, was sold to J. J. Douglass four children, James C, Lydia CL, for 810,000. A suckling of Imp. Eothen Jean J. and Mrs. Wagner, at her death. out of Imp. Maori was bought by Milt Young, of Lexington, for SI, 000. Death of an Hopkinsville, Ky., Oct 13. News Joint Debates In the Ashland District. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 10. A propohas been received in this city from Kenney, Tex., in regard to the death sition is pending between CoL Breckof Rev. E. W. Dabney, a prominent inridge and Hon. E. E. Settle for joint minister of the Christian church, who debates in this district Four jointMe-bate- s are proposed, Sottfe to name the formerly resided in this city, whero he was born. He was 70 years of age, and time and place for two and Breckinhad resided in Texas nearly forty ridge for two. years.- THE WILL :srz Has mk TO .i & a, a I THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY NEED GOODS BUY KC. AND OR NOT A3 STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EYE LINE MUST BE SOLD Yours truly, Recently Bee:i Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tilinjr oi the Finest Quality. &Ja ? Bril- $ ? S. 2000 Yards of Brilliait, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - - 0P BEU-ROUJ- m. s -Jt ss ss r ssti 'Sr . X-- 4. rf l Y ,Yr' - X rtmr-rfs PARLOUS AND UPPER HALLS. - - Offices and Dining-Roo- m Beautifully Decorated and .Jiantly Lighted.. Charges Considered P. ss Fixtures for sale. ssa " ..E ssm K mm aK II im. si jj m H -- M m r Tr mm sr , sri. rr .a ssss a .m . a - K - Its Equipments throughout aro without a Superior in the South, rate of CTVIEIEB Frightfully Mangled by Cars. HorKiNsviLLE, Ky., Oct 13. Whllo walking on the tracks of the Louisville and Nashville railroad at Caskcy, near this city, David Morris, a colored boy, 16 years old, wos struck by a passenger THE MARKETS. Flocr Sprlnj fancy. lasaSKM: sprln? family, CZ9J&3L23: spring patent. faWSiiO; winter patent. 195cJI.2A: fancy, fUVSiTO; family. i80310J: extra. I115OI40: low grade. I 00:tiW: ryo. Northwestern, liWatSO; .do city. iHOZbO. Sales: Simple red. track. 75c; do, Wheat 74c: No I red. track. Tic: No. 3 red. track, 7:o. Colts Sales: No Z mixed, track, 13:; sample mixed. 18c: yellow ear, track, 6o; whits ear, track. 2ic 17o: No, Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, tr.-cS mixed, track, ICc: No. S white, track. I80. Hoes Select shippers', IIS033.33; select butchers', t223Q33U; fair to good packers, $X15l0. fair to good light, 3.203JLSS; comk. 5; Have Been Expended in This Ecentjmproveincnt. Oct 17. $lo,ooof Jr., IS lH s 11 . PI hW "j H i : CISCISWATI. RRTES $2L &t $2.50 PER . Scott Miller, DHY The exact thing for )'our ip P s and his head being torn from his body, which wa3 frightfully mangled, Lex-Inct- train and instantly killed, both legs f Huuai. It i ? HEAVY TRACK. Hay of the Trotting Races at Seventh Cleorge G. Wins the Blue Grass Stakes. Lexington, Ky., Oct 15. The seventh day of tho trotting races hare was attended by a crowd of 4,000. Tho Madison Mosrameiital "Works. MAXUFACTURKK AND DEALER si i WHEAT DK1LLS, HARROWS, ROLLERS, HARDWARE, M on Foniga Tombs, Al-for- d, hus-bm- d, The principal event was the Blue Grass stako for S3, 000, which was won In straight heats by George G. Badge won the 2:07 pace In straight heats, tho best mile made. Charles secretary of the speed department of the New Jersey Fair association, 10t and principal owner of the Great Pearl stables, in which Royal Victor and lb:Wool Unwashed One merino, SQlOa per quarter-bloo- d clothln?, 12315a: medium, Louis Victor arc the stars, filed a comdelaine and clothing. lS13c: brild, U3lto; plaint with the judges that Frank medium combln;. lS3.Ua Washed. Hai XtoXX. l.'c: medium clothlar. 11313c; Hedrick, the pool seller, attempted- - to 11315a: havo him pull Royal Victor in the 1:10 delaine dfleece. and low. long cornbinf. IlS18j( 12 tlJo: common ooario, pace by hedging 51,100 for him without ll&12c; choice, 17318s. authority. The judges had Bassano NkwYobk. Oct 17. Wheat No 2. red November, 80s: return the money. Summaries: May, 63,S&!I 2:17 class trotting, purse 51,000 (unCork No 2. llHt3!Kc: Uecember, 333 finished Monday): Axtelloid, won; S3io: May. 8S(335 Lynn Bourbon, second; Felicinia, third. December, 2a 032lo: Oats Western, Xo: May,28Ko. Best time 2:10H". Chicago, Oct 17. Bluo Grass stakes, S2.003, trotting; Wheat October, 7ise: Decembor, 75,o; George G. won; Atlanta second; January. 77c; May. frlic Conx October, iyc: December. 26Ks May, Straight Line third. Best time 2:17)tf. 2:07 classs, pacing, purse S1.000: 29Sc. Oat3 October, ISXc: December, IBJic: May, Our factory on Laurel Street in RichBadge won; Lottie Lorainc, second; 21St2. mond is,now runninp, ani sve are Toledo, O. Oct 17. Pearl a, third. Best time 2:10. prepared to fill orders for tirist of tbe Wheat No. 2 re3. cash. 8ltfe: December, 2:21 class, trotting, purse 8S00, unfin84Hc; May. 87Vo: No 3 red. cash, 75 He ished: Roleson and Clayone each won CORN No. 3 yellow, cash. 26c. H .. a heat; Woodford a, third. Best time , Oats No. 2 mixed. May, 22c Bas-sano, track was heavy from rain Tuesday. mon and roughs, $! W3T.ua Cattle Fair to goo! -- hlppars', H03UO: good to choice butohers, extra, HU&4.-(3.5034.00: fair to medium buwhers', tlooa 3.4 common. !ilOSJ 75. Sheep amd LAJIDSShoep -- Extras. 11003 common to 3.25: good to choice. I12B-175- ; Lambs Extras. U853.10; fair. tl.TJ'S-.i- a. good to choice. ti2jtil7J; cojamoa to fair, IJ.75Q1 15. Veal Calves Fair to good light. 11.003 5.00: extra, (5.255.50, common and largo, tt&O - and - Amencu - Muble MONUMENTS, S B AND GRANITE s $ i X Tablets, Headstones, Ukxsj, TINWARE. --- 1- Statuary, Etc FINE WORK A 4 SPECIALTY msr-ln- o. quarter-bloo- Your Trade Solicited.. jjrS Work delivered to any part of tht State. 5ff"Write for Designs and Prices. GEO. O. DOZIER, Proprietor. Iivine StrceB. Richinon.l, Ky. ih hackelford E9 M P "I i 1 RICHMOND, IvEN'IUCKY ' , , J.1 Djccm-ber,80H3- 81 SSSfSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfc-SSSSS- o: o. SSSSSS5S3SSSSSKSs&.- - w c. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Eecom- mends Wrights Celery Capsules. PAKKnnsnur.G, W. Va., January 26, 1903. 1S v ne. TM &M VrT. rj j M ifr). a . - r 3 a Hfe.J .dfcssit X KV SUPPLY THE TRADE I 2:10. BOOTH-BROW- KTE , Mo-tlini- Daughter an Army Officer. Louisville, Ky., Oct 15. ding of Slaj. Charles Alfred S. A., and Miss Virginia The Married to well-kno- iim laxities that .wnu BV..M.l..la cohol to inebriate ; no syrup or sugar to derange digestion. As peculiar in its remedial results as in its composition. As a pov erful invigorating tonic, it imparts strength to the whole system, particularly to the womb and its appendages. For feeble women generally. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is unequaled as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. A Book of icoo pages, telling how to cure these diseases by home -- treatment, sent tx.ru on receipt of 21 cents in stamps for postage and wrapping only. This Look is profusely illustrated with wood-cut- s and colored plates, also with a vast number of reproduced photographs of those cured by the use of ''Favorite Prescription" and without having to go through the ordeal of consulting a doctor, rail names and addresses are given so you can correspond and learn their experiences in cjiring themselves. Address, with stamps, WorCd'3 JJis?kksaiiy Medical Association, No. 3 Main Street, 3nffalo, N. Y. M ' "Favorite IU1U lUli.UUUU UlCgU so many w omen endure. Prescription" contains no al- -. . - " 1 Jv - fP, O. Box 1S7) ef Alfred CrntreAllt-meityCer- f. K writes; T'X took Dr. Pierce's Tarorjte Prescription nd- . fer three months avi. rri uiiiiii ail the outer S jt helped me more that I had Had been sick r fear months tHth 'aweriot trouKes can (nrfeesmsd on my any tpsubtewitnont be--, ..isa whatever-arc lakloe 'Favorite pwacrlpUon' I oa(d XHCS, Mrs. Jos. C. Cot rr..ni led p&JL j. ; ifc..saaaaaaaw srtesr&s ' w . V &&" . Killed His Cousin. OwiNOSVlLLE, Ky., Oct 15. Prof. West Liberty, Ky.,Oct 15. In a Sandusky, of Ohio, has leased the right fight in Bruin, Elliott county, to bore for oil and to prospect for min- Harlan Whitt knocked his cousin, erals on several large tracts of land young Barker, on the head with a three near here and it is understood that the pound rock, killing him. Whitt fled work of sinking wells will begin at the .country immediately after the once. killing, and has never been heard of. Killed by n Car. Whitt lives in this county. Lexington, Ky.. Oct 15. Henry Lynchers After Him. Mitchell, a colored prisoner at the city Owimqsville, Ky., Oct 15. Bob workhouse, was run over and killed by Carr, a flat car laden with crushed stone stand,the colored proprietor of a lunch quarreled with John Razor, Wednesday afternoon. a white man, and knocked him sense. Post Onico Robbo-lless with a billiard cue. Razor may West Liberty, Ky., Oct 15. The die. A mob chased Carr with the Inpost office at Sandy Hook, Elliott tention of lynching-himcounty, was robbed of 39.30 in money and $30 in stamps. No clew as to tho Secretary Carltsla Coming to IventucKy. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 13. Chairman thieves. Davie, of the JCcntucky committee of Annual Meeting- of the Banker. the national democratic party, received Louisville, Ky., Oct 13. The an a telegram Monday from Secretary nual meeting of ths Kentucky Bank- Carlisle, informing him he would come ers' association began Wcdnesdaj Kentucky either latter .morning at McCanley's theater. There to week or the first thenext part of of this are 100 members. In his antrual adPlradlnc for a Pardon. dress, President John P. Leathers de JjEXINOToit, Ky., 0ctt13 An efTort clared It was the duty of bankers tc preserve at all hazards the prevailing has been set on foot here to secqre a pardon for Frank P. Scearc Lexinghigh standard of national finance. ton's noted forger. Tetitions ars beAsylum Attendants Marry. ing circulated and a copy is posted In IToPKiKSYtLLK, Ky., Out. 15. Thos the various botclsHunilreda of pec-p-lc D. Anderson and Miss Lillian Clifton are signing them. .; and F. G Arvin and Miss Carolini Bras geld Trottlnf Sale, Joce. attendants at the Western Lt JjKZiVBTOXyKy., Oct 13L The W. R. tkj' asylum, near this city, wer sate 'of trailed Ji marriage is the, parlors o' Brasfield combination "(Her .trotting Ijoswiaj horses 'was continued that tnstitaiioa Wednesday afternoon HKjrniiifttwiUs ar larjt atjodafiGt.rWo" tfae.asy jufBij area aaeamt Mfa age uw fT TvtTar , 3-- dr free--for-ali . Lesslnc OH and Mineral Lands. The wedBooth, U. Singleton Brown was solemnized Wednesday evening at 0 o'clock in the presence of a large assemblage of guests at tho home of the bride's parents, and,Mrs. John Young Brown, of 1517 Fourth avenue. The best man was Lieut Herbert Sydney Whipple, who, in honor of the occasion, wore his full military uniform. Her maid of honor was Miss Evelyn Brown. The other maids wero Misses Annie Starling, Margaret Reeve and Julia Henderson, all of Henderson, and Miss Rose Crittenden, of. ex-Go- eo to prime, W.eOQ.175: fat, nnlshed.tl.40S4 50: medium. 13.3031 15. Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy, 20 2 a 55; gool I3.3X31 15: mixed and heavy, to Cbolco lights O30Q3.3S. CATTLE-Chol- No. 2 cash, sic: No. 3 do. SSe. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Oct 17. rell ti 'i "Pair 49 i lUiliS, CLOCK, ' ii. of r ui The "Wkigiit JIed. Co., Columbus, Ohio WATGHES rAND"A Jacks" ? FARM VALUES. Notable Depreciation of In ,The the West, The gold standard has had a mostdls-'astrou- s effect on farm values In many Prc-pcrt- 'western localities. The margin between rfarm mortgages, plus accrued interest, and the spot cash selling- value of the farms mortgaged Is being rapidly wiped I have reported to the statistician of Hhe department of agriculture, Washington, D. C, for several years. In last (December's annual report I took the statements of business men, one a lead-infanner and shipper "of stock to iBuffalo. The latter estimnted the depreciation of farm values in the country covered by his operations nt 40 per cent, in the Inst five years. Others estimated the depreciation at 30 per cent, in the ilast five years. None was lower. I re-- , ported these estimntes to the department Matlstician. These reports are strictly nonpartisan and are bnsed on the statements; of competent men In ach Special vocation. I could cite Inbeen turned stances of farms over by the mortgagors to the mortgagees in payment of the debts" that would not sell for the mortgage plus Interest. Ernest Hollenbeck, In s' Ihnt-hav- e to-d- Brands, three grades. "We can gave you money. Send us a trial order; you will Espe be iiiad with our products. cially pleased to hear iroin country mer-- j chants. White Richmond, 0 Ross, Kyt iout "BIG FOUR" ROUTE -- BEST UfCE TO AN.D Frankfort RQ- K- were Gen. and Mrs. Robinson, Capt Von Schroder, Dr. and Mrs. Archibald Dixon, of Henderson; Miss Barber, of Danville; Mr. David Clarfi, CoL and Mrs. B. H. Young, Dr. and Mrs. Jamea B. Bullitt, Mr. Logan C. Murray, Geo. "Weitzel, of Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. Hinton, of Paris, Ky. Tho couple will, go east for a few weeks. Ihcy expect to make theii home in St Louis for the next twe Store la Ashes. Stanton, Ky., Oct 13. The store of John F. Combs & Co. burned Sunday night; loss, $6,000; partly insured. -- ent in uniform. Among tho guests A number of army officers were pres- - Solid VeMlbuled Trains, wltli Buffet rnrlor Core. K!ejrnl Coaclie. Dining t:nr. Wjtguei Signing Cars, and IhIo.1 Improved Prlvniey Department Hunel Sleeping Cnrs.i furnished with toilet nccetrles In Wanted-fmnsnln-cenli- CHICAGO. have been using Wright's Celery Capbiilea since November, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I first betran taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation wh'ch I had been a long sufferer. 1 fouud the Celery C.ipsules gave me great relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afllictious or either of them. Very truly yours, Charles T Caldwei'l. Sold by T. S Hagan, Druadst. Trice 0 cents and $1.03 pcrbox. Call at drug-tor- e (- Jand get free sample. Who can. think of some ilmp thing to pucnt? Protect your Ideas: they may brlns you wealth. Wrlte JOHN WKDDEK80K.N CO, D- - cprl - for nc5ft. ; two ana list Lusdred lnrenUoasS'3 vraated. Gentlemen: I - i 1 JEWELRY. 5SS33SSSSO asssssssss I .A A New Just Received and at wl Nicely Selected Stock ... . I Hard Times oooooo: ' s:nococo TT OLD GOLD SND n XJi T it. -. -, i each compartment. Best terminal BUilton. in Idea is THKEN mm w m wniK on -S- HORT NO! ULi SSSS $T; LOUISJJ Solid Vcstlbntert Train with Bnffjt I'arlor Cnrs. Couches hiI Dliilms rnrx. ami Winner KntcrinKHt l,!uUoycr IluavtStcepli)KCnr!. lUMrw Merchant cruise. Hvouunruieuiii, " H3 ? i'greible tunnel. 1?! O ALL 3L51? ft!l?? BOSTON HE . o IS - ', LYJ.Mas.,QotJ&3." Coreoraa, CaV 7mnt2 Reference. 3Eacloe' sejtf-at'Ithaa'A'Co.shoe manufaaarast.r ksu urecseu Bwwuipeu :eiiTnt. ; xuo -- Akron, O., Oct 13. Frank James, of Furnace street, an Italian, tfelUrom the railway trestle over the canal Sunday night, and was instantly killed. Hcwas part way 'across the 'trestle when a freight approached! The Ital-ia- a WANTED travel for responsible e- lost his balancoiand fell 190 ieet 'tablishod house frrKentucky.J S4rys "ho MaaBtatarazs Aaatga. $ (outuiu tpeiui. v .ruEiuuM;juii.- R Fell to Bis Heath. Chicago B.ecord. TUeonly Through Sleeping Carl J lie from Clucfunii'L Elegant "Wagner fcleepl More Money, More Vroepcrity. Free silver means more, money, and : more money means prosperity for all. Paste this In your hat. Philadelphia Vestf The. "Southwestern Limited" Sol Item. Library, Culel - Tralnvwun ., Combination" 1lllM.nll.ii ... ,fMnH barn, Elegant Coaehes and Dining CijN. Innd-liipaasongen Ib Mew York CHyatiri' reel FAtTHFTJli men "o NEY0RK. . . .1. FREIGHT.! PATS THE .YOU. s c 4 DP ' i 1 .assssl r 55SSSSS?SSSSSSSSSS5SSSSSS5?S3SSS:5S . PAr FOR Depot. PrlUvelyMorriyTp '1 Al" Tr I. JT". - V5 - r'tri ,"!..-- - v lJ. ObJeago,.. . ' , . , ij0' " 9mn&:iWi$$d Z 2hi & n v'fXJRMlcr, D.JB.K. tr JV1 h " -- v - P c - i . -- ate - 'r.'JWi L,5& m W?4 St m$&mmuz PboaeJS(j , 3HPWIU i? E Tmws. . --i DR. GOTTQ : r th& l RUST'S ' Ln ' v 'R'ssrbHH YR8YAL 1 1 ,1 tS I - 8Q0T ajtd - r t a VV ,- X U3 HI lsisTlilrt" ram 1IW MM MW . ni hrmksltsWrsr MaH!toaara4-..Mrpt(tb- onon 'Boot i;nv narer PIGEON ths AGE. THE fut taATtnll.l T. Cam la to LS OHnal sua i? 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