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I SIDE? -- ! 1 THE ATTACK TV. 1 - ff " is KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, their demand for it expand and increase constantly. This is true in other countries, and must go on. As to the European countries we sell it to, the cheaper they get it the more there la in exchange with the ultimate buyer, As to the latter, the cheaper they get it the more there is to them in building up their industrial and commercial comg and with bipetition with metallic countries. The difference in price betvpen coinage price and what we get fi r it, say, half price, is notonly to us on a valuable nnd direct I. export, but it is bounty to countries to help them expand t'i'-ibusiness in competition with. us. ! rotection and cheap silver cannot go together. The. one is protection of our home market to the home manufacturers. Tlve other isn bounty tothefor- eign manufacturer to the extent of furnishing him money worth a dollar for CO cents, and with it he is becoming a competitor. If the price was full coin- nge price as it would be under free coin age, we would not only get twice as much per ounce for what silver we could spare dui wc snouia cease to give our gold-usinr OCTOBER 28, L896. Latest TJ. S. I ys rj -- 11 I 11 .HOB WORK. It H 4 II) CAREFULLY EXEGUTEDS D1 n VI NUMBER 21. those enlightened countries, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Mexico. Would you, with your eyes open, vote And yet this is for such a policy? vvhat confronts us if the gold standard prevails. To prevent such degradation our only present alternative is bimetallism. The government statistics give us $21 per capita, and the great press of the country refer with great gusto to that magnificent (I) showing, of what little France enjoys. They do not tell us, however, that the 500,000,000 and odd silver dollars which go to make up the per capita were only secured to ns after a fierce resistance from the gold advocates nnd a most determined fight on the part of the friends of silver. Had the gold men been victorious in that contest, our per capita would have been reduced at least seven dollars. Nor do the united money advocates refer, at this time, to the fact that it was through their efforts that the Sherman law, which added $150,000,000 to our volume of money, was repealed. Neither do they (just before the election) demand the retirement of the $346,000,OuO United States greenbacks, which would reduce our volume of money to that extent. Not any of these facts do they tell you at this time because they fear that you may get on to the system they propose establishing to enslave you in the event of their being successful In November. If this outfit of labor oppressors ever made one prediction which came true, some slight credence might bo placed in a statement from them at this critical time. Let us see. Were they right when, through their secretary of the treasury. John Sherman, they exacted of Presin dent Hayes a veto of the bill? By vvhich bill was added over $370,0005)00 to our currency nnd to which they now point with so much pride as part r'Kjur volume. Were they rigntin 1S93. when they exacted of the execirtPteand their congressmen the repeal of .'(tfl Sherman law? Do you recall how they"snlisted every banker, broker, manufacturer, corporation attorney, board of trade and chamber of commerce in tho country to join in tho demand for the repeal, stating that if done prosperity would immediately follow. They, as well as every financial student in the country, knew they were lying then as they are lying now, and that instead of prosperity their policy has been and will continue to be misery and starvation for the masses. They now have the audacity to again demand that you follow them, and again are calling to their aid all the d bankers, brolcers, manufacturers, ministers, union generals (who advocate in their reports more soldiers to better enable the masters to intimidate and coerce), boards of trade, for d newspapers, corporation attorneys and all other Influences to force us to a continuance of the single gold standard. The question for you to decide is, will you follow their advice and plunge headlong into poverty and serfdom, to national bankruptcy and ruin, to losa of suffrage nnd loss of manhood? Or will you stand in the full strength of American manhood and by the bravery of your ballot strike a blow for the restoration of constitutional colnago and the emancipation of the American toiler from the shackles of monopolies and one-ha- lf Bland-Allisohigh-priceeign-owneserf-creati- SILVER OR GOLD. WHICH In IS YOUR THAT REACTED. hy Highest of all in Leavening Power. GoVt Report -5- 3-Cent While the exceeding-greacry regard-- , Better than either is a healthy hver. If the liver is O. K. the ing the let us look dollar" is having its inning, for a into the roan is 0. 3L His blood is kept question and ditcuss themoment in a way matter digestion perfect, and ho that has some element of reason in it. ure, his .n enjoy life and act intelligently There has been much written on the subject, but there has probably been xi! 1 patiently upon the questions than the littf the day. "You all know what to nothing more to the pointA. J. Warner. have known it for years. tle review pr.ntcd by Mr. take. You In this he says that allied to the notion It is Simmons Liver Regulator of "intrinsic value." if not growing directly out of that fallscy is the platitude often heard: "Put n dollar's worth of silver in a dollar." If the value of t An Apt Illustration. .t Dollar" Exposed : c T""TjBM Mt iTwf y ji r JjEH pkRE G UL ATQ Rig ln It t 1 . F r years you and your fathera i" ,y "e 1 found it of sterling worth. and always has been put up by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take but tho genuine. l Z on the front of the wrapper, l nothing else is the same, and mJ g so good. COLUMN. It has the PROFESSIONAL ArroniTirrs. -'.- szsrrjJ2t , AtTORNEY-AT-LA- 1 H . - - KENTUCKY. store, ..tr Taylor's HardwareStreet. op-urt Hmifcc,on Jlaitt IIMOND, metals was intrinsic and did not depend on the law of supply and demand, then there might be some sense iu such 5 demand; but as the a alue of both Ihcse r clals depends on the law of sup-r-lj and demand, and as demand for them comes largely from monetary use. to ask that a given weight of one metal should have the same value with monetary use, or the demand for it for money, talven from it, that the other has with the demand for it formonej doubled by the very act that took away tho demand for monej from the other, is so manifestly impossible that the wonder is that any intelligent person should repeat it; and vet nothing is more of ten heard than this absurd claim, and that, too, from otherw ise intelligent people. The Vanderbilts have two lines of railroad between New York and Buffalo. Suppose they shouhl take off from one of these lines nil through trains, leaving only a few- local trains to do n little local business, and double the trains on the other. Presumably the earnings of the two lines nnd the value of the stock of the two roads would proportion to the business of each. Would it not appear on its face absurd, under such conditions, for the Vanderbilts to say "when the earnings of thf line Jepleted of trains and business shall equal the earnings of the other line, and its stock becomes as valuable, then Hie be-i- h i. ii;;, TTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. iimi, A .'i i In e X. 13 First St.. lip stairs. 31-3- 0 t I. TL "MiM, LILLY, W, .1 TTORNEY-AT-L- A 11, i - - Kkxtuck. ' e . f . i V. corner Main anil Peconil up Maire. Will practice in all .urts of Matli&ou ami adjoining . i'it. ami Court of Aptcals. 1 C. & D. M. OHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, - Ru iiMONP, m-e Kentucky. Chen-- i , - on Second street, over grixery. STEPHEN D. PAltRISH, A TTOJIXEY A imiiMi, Caveats. Etc-- ! - T LA W, Kentucky. Trade. Marin, L'atcnts, I' siim-., 1 n, i 't I natentahility of inviialiou JacilitiPK ("Iihivc. UiMirin-,-eBefore applying for a rate terms. 4- s vrite ine. Hurt as to f GREEN CLAY 1 TT011NEY-AT-L- A L ( .. -- W, Kent ud f 13 'lois oteitHl. rETTSICIAKS. DR. II. R. GIBSON, 1 7 '? ICIA X AND SUliQEOK, l u ! .si. . ... Kentucky. B xo Sec thr Joe I'cJmm bmMMZ, uver Wae . cU 4racHere. ; CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERIXARY SURGEON, College. t.r'i'iuatc Ontario Veterinary &1 ary Dentistry and Steritity a Speciakj in btairs ever New Yerk Stere, osrncj nu I ir&t streets. KKhmend . C. n 1 Medicine and Surgery. f Collins Hnildinir, MainStreet. iace) or 'ie at re)'lece (the Cirr JASPER, JU. D. iviivn, - - - - - iro.idway. KnxTCCKY I'll. I 1 O. A. KEXNEDT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ilIuND, T i t tic Smith HuilAng, i No. 204 Mud Street, nj (Iffice hours 12 to ana 4 to 5 o'clock. - ... - KBNTUCKY. DR. JOILN M. FOSTER, L. hmond, 1 Kentucky e'erhone at office and refcidence. V. EVANS, M. D., v r Fjiysioian akd Subgeox, - Kentucky Uichmosd, .-- DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practii'umer in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Offlcc and residence oa Third Street. DS1TTAL STCGZEY. ... DR. A. WILKES DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, ... SIITH, Main i OrriCK r Smith building. r"I'ractice J C KOKGAK. ivt0 4 P. M. limited to dentistry. Street. Office AIORGAK & YATES, DENTISTS, R "hmond. OrriCE ... J. X. YATES Kentucky. Main Street, ever Midison Kationi: NOTTS TEE TIME to subscribe for. THE CLIMAX, a red hot. Democratic papejr. TO A fall in prices represents a corresponding increase in purchasing power of money. A rigidly just system in payment of debts would therefore alShall "Wo Have More Money and low payment in a nominal sum diminished in exact ratio to the increase in ' Increased Prosperity, orLess purchasing power, or, in other words, Money and Harder Times. to the fall in prices. So well recognized is this fundamental law of equity in payment of debts that Prof. Laughlin, uunscu uue ui iue gum cuuiupiuua ui THE GREAT QUESTION. Indtistrinl .lml pommprri.il riironnt.5 the nresent time, has nronosed a multi- the advantage over us which wo now pie standard, consisting of a unit com- - , give them. Wo nre the largest silver pounded of the ruling prices of a dozen producers in the world; Mexico is next or twenty of the standard commodities. ' Present Suffering the Result of Causes Wholly Artificial, Which Can nnd South American countries produce Thus a man might equitably pay a $100 instincts. Easily Be Removed. in concciion vvun inis cuurge tuc i a large part of the remainder, nnd with debt of paying $120or$S0,ormoreorless following inventory was given. It will free silver coinage in this country we either way, according to the variation of the nominal standard in purchasing be observed, howcer. that the charac- would control the world's silver. "Silver alone is the money of nearly a power. He would be paying equitably SIcTttide, of the American ter of the minei was notspecificd: billion, or tw Federation of Labor, Urges ATorking-nie- n of the w orld's pop- because he would be returning the same Value. Shares. SOLD IN to Vote for Urjun and Free r.C"0 Otfl 00 ulation. The operation of the appre- purchasing power, though not the same Anaconda Mining Co.. .120.000 n.ras Daly Mining Co K5.uu w ciating gold value has Colnagn an the lieat and Qitly money. so far as it nominal value in 21.S75 00 Cuba Gold Mlr.InK Co.. .E0 RICHMOND. "cjn for ISrioglnc; Pros1,226,673 00 Ontario Mining Co .... S2.2S1 applies to silver itself, to enable EuA rise in prices aresents a fall in perity to tho Country Mln- Mammoth uroe ropean exchange dealers to buy silver the purchasing povn. a dollar, and 500 IngCo Once More. 40 00 5 from silver producing countries at half hence decreases the" 01 Homestake MlninRCo. Jue of the 193 MS CS Homestake Mining Co. 24.103 and to sell it to silver using coun- debt. Inflation causes a rfifcr In nrtces. ...., .,.. ., . , 2:5.7:0 00 price HiRhland Mlnir.p Co .. 34,285 u .lu umlcu tries which produce no silver, at full and hence does injustice to Dead woodTerra Mln ing lo Of, now m 42.41S 21.20 "A the rate of the.-daCo price, ropreciated gold has served to iter.- - Contraction wodnrwi a ,'nv 4,902 30 Kather dp Smct Con... 19.609 .. 0111 von will hp rcilfWl unon tiaeVrv i. f x rahke a jgort. or selling countries, prices, increases the pow er lA'iue uV.- "JVxas Flat GcM and 10.181 13 Sliver Mining Co .5J their exports at half price, as meas- lar, and hence does Injustice to the use the sovereign power grnnted you KWHjQCO G0.0CO Clara Con by our constitution the right of built ami ured by gold, and of course this has debtor. l'hocnlx Silver Mining 2.238 10 4.476 brick work gi iiirallv. Co brought their doroestio trade down to A change either way in the purchasBO.OuOOO 75.C00 Brewer MlnlnK Co Before casting your ballots permit J()EIt()NAN. ing power of tho standard does injustice No value the export price level. Jocuistita Mining Co... 12.001 "Tho United States, as the largcrt to somebody. The great desideratum ine, as one of your number, to make a .I5.911.Kil 12 producer, by free coinage could control is a standard that will not vary. Ob-- few pertinent suggestions. Mining properties not Inccrpo. The one great fact that stares us all in tho silver situation. With silver here viously, if creditors should influence raieu: THE LABORER'S SHARE. 12.000 00 Sierra Gravel Mine nt coinage prlco we would get all Mexi- legislation to lower prices they would the face is that of the wretched and TJ- -Sundry mlninc ventures with J. condition of millions of 00 can and South American surplus sil- be dishonest. Either course would be B. Haggln Chrome mines In Siskiyou and ver, or else force countries buv ing it easily possible by legislative manipu- our Shasta counties, mining and How can the awful suffering of our direct to pay coinage price. There lations; cither would be dishonest and other properties In Calaveraa OLHHIONED HILL STONE county 73.000 00 people be alleiated is, I know, your would then ensue, in counsubversive of government. tries, a struggle for silver, such as has JC.039.C91 12 Grand total liow, passing these ABC propositions greatest concern. FJ.JJCESS. Reflect, then, for a moment and rea As it turns out, only four of these come for gold in countries which nobody thinks of denying, how I have started a tNui corn meal mines are silver producers. Thetji are since tho yellow metal was started In do they apply to the present situation? son with yourselves as to whether the mill at CoriiT of Or.:e and tlve scale of appreciation by throwing nave we a case of inflation or of contrac- - distressing condition prev ailing are the the Daly. Ontario, Phoenix nnd Orchard street.- -, near the old Tiwqit out silver from the mints. Then the tion? Of contraction. Have weacaseof result of natural or artihcial causes. aggregating a valuation of mill, in Kiciiiii'iiul. grnuJ1. A natural cause would be the failure mines are gold European countries would have to fur- rising or of falling prices? Of falling. The other ing done. Meal, lSran.Sliip-htut- r etc., oi our soil to vield sufficient food tc nish their oriental and other and copper producers. One of these Ha e w e a case of increased or decreased on hand. customers with silver or lose the purchasing pow er of the dollar? Of in- bustain our people. Famine would realone, the Anaconda mine, is valued at trade of those countries. There is no creased. Have we a case of advantage sult and a financial panic would be a $7,500,000. instead of $3,000,000, as question as to what they would do. The to the creditor or the debtor? The nr.tural consequence. by the Call. An artificial cause would be the It w ill be observed from these figures, pold would come for it, at coinage price. creditor. To what extent? In the avupon the part of the people, in the which are furnished by Mr. Hearst him- Making silver worth coin price will in- erage, to just about the percentage in event of bounteous harvests, to get the self, that only a small prcentnge of his crease the world's demand for it. The the fall of price of silver bullion. mining property is invested in silver. "United States has advantages as a proAerage prices hae fnllen just about gtain from the granaries. Now, to obtain our food supplies, Most of liis interests are in ducer and as the neighbor of the other B0 per cent, since the demonetization of gold and copper. Naturally, therefore, producers, and in her own wealth and silver, or since that act began fairly to what does modern civilization require if he consulted his own selfish interests power to be master of the silver situa- produce Its legitimate consequences. from us? The medium of exchange Mairt in the matter, he would espouse the tion; if she will only exercise it." This i3 simply another way of sa3'ing moncv;. Therefore, you are directly concerned eingle gold standard nnd reap the benethnt tho gold dollar has appreciated in (Oppobite Glyndon.) THE EXAMPLE OF FRANCE. like ratio. Everything has fallen ex- as to the volume of money in circulafit of whatever enhancement in value y tion, for upon that depends the that policj might give to the yellow now Bimetallism Worked There Between cept gold. It, being the standard, has, Country Produce Bought and of exchanging 3 our labor for the 1803 nntt 1873. of risen. Now, let us ask those metal. Sold. Highest Cash Market Sir Henry Ilucks Uibbs, for 40 years who sosweepingly charge western cred- .necessaries and comforts of life. Instead of doing this, however, ho If the quantity of money be limited has chosen rather to ignore his own a director of the Bank of England, at itors with an attempt at repudiation: Price Paid. interest nnd to espouse that policy one time its governor and golddelegate Who nre the aggressors in this cae7 as it is in China to &ay one or two dolof civiliwhich is calculated to promote the wel- to the international convention of 1S7S, Instead of the silver movement being lars per capita, a very fare of the masses. Atlanta Constitu- a bimetalllst now nnd for the rest of nn aggressive effort on the part of zation prevails nnd human beings are his life, declares (and that he had per- debtors to pay dollars, it is a de- practically transformed into animals tion. sonal knowledge goes without saying) fensive movement on their part to pre- foi the benefit of individuals called ANOTHER PUZZLE. that from 1S03 to 1873, notwithstanding vent their creditors from making them mandarines or noblemen. If the quandollars. tity be greater, as in Mexico, or Spain, trusts? An Index an to tho Movement of Gold the fact that the law requires nothing paj A certain wealthy traveler, on stopping for dinner ht an inn, said to the of the sort to be done, there was not a Under Freo Coinage. Most of the debts, mortgages and or Italy, or Portugal, a higher state of waitress: "You may bcil me two eggs, and the broth will make soup for my That your reply will be "yes" to this Mr. Bryan has given the gold men day w lien any person could not go to bonds which now hang like a body of civilization prevails and the people are latter proposition I have not the slightservant's dinner." another puzzle to worry over and they the Bank of Trance and get either gold death over the newer portions of our in a much better condition than the est doubt. Yours respectfullv, "1 fear it will be but a thin soup," returned the girL or silver for the other at the mint ratio country were contracted from ten to Ch nese. If, as in France, a $40 per are beginning to tear their hair. JOHN M"BRIDH man, "you may boil mo threo "That is true," thou replied the In his Richmond speech the demo- of iays to 1. Silver was tendered and twenty years ago, since which time capita prevails, we reach a high grade eggs; I can eat Ihrcc." Old Fable. INCREASED WAGES. cratic candidate remarked that, despite coined ev cry year, and gold every year prices have fallen half. If a Nebraska of civilization and find that nearly of human beings can exist com- Onerel to VVorkinRiuen If llrjnn Is the prediction that the elccetion of the but 1833 and 1872. When England in farmer borrowed $1,000 20 years ago, KlecteU to tho Presidency. v.e will put the through trains back on creditor class the same u the selfish Chicago ticket would drive gold out of 1621 resumed specie payments, after w hen wheat was worth 100 cents a bushfortably within that small area of terThe supporters of McKinley and the It, but not t then." Hut would this interests of the debtor class? ' Is it not tho country, the mere nomination of a a long period of paper currency, the el end other things in proportion, he ritory. George Thorp; be nny more absurd than to ns!c that to the interest of the credior class to presidential candidate on a free silver coinage of gold in France fell bfT very was borrow ing a purchasing power, exTherefore, in my judgment, whether gold standard are doing their utmost much, and when in 1S70 and following pressed in wheat, of 51,000. Now, if ho in thi land of fertility our per capita in this campaign to make the the aluc of silver, without moncatry getoutof the debtor class nil they can by platform had been followed by a Second Street,of between Main ami Ihllingham Imildiij', rear believe that Bryan's election flow of gold to this country. years the great increased production of is compelled to pay the $1,000 in gold, of money be one dollar or $40 directly use, or the right of mintage, should be light or might, and is it not as much This statement has tlirown the gold gold camo into the world's supply, it when wheat is worth only 50 cents a concerns our welfare and determines would be followed by closed factories, Richmond, Kv. Bendy to do all kiwte the same as with it? the interest of the debtor class to esFirst, then, rrstore to silver ihrright cape them to pay them just as little organs of tho east into hysteria. They was tendered and coined in immense bushel, he is practically paj'ing a pur- whether we are to be free men or slaves. idle mills and starving families. But of blaeksmithing promptly in the host 7 of free coinage, the same as is accorded as they are allowed to do? At least, is aie exhausting tho vocabulary of polit- quantities. But nil this time the mints chasing power of $2,000. In general The following resolution of thePenn-sy- all employers have not been frightened workmanlike manner. were coining both metals, and the open terms, it may be asserted that the west1S93 into tins belief. The Central City stove to gold, and the same that it anla republican convention of this not their selfish interest, nnd what ical vituperation to heap obloquy on lYrvvial. Mr. Brj-afor making such n state- mint of France, liko a pipe between tw o ern borrower is compelled, under the is in point here: works, of Newark, O., tnkes precisely for indefinite ages prior to 1S73, and both classes the most practice? Pennsylvania then if the coins of the two metals do medical reference book to Frbe It seems to me that butone answer, ment. They say that nny fool would reservoirs, maintained the level of the gold standard nnd the fallen prices "We, the republicans ofrepeat for the the opposite view and has posted the person afflicted wtth any special, chrome or y not remain at par on the ration of six- an affirmative, can be made to this, also. know that Bryan's candidacy has noth two masses of metal nnd was the equal- which it causes, to pay twice the pur- in ronventlon assembled, followine notice at its factory: disease peculiar to their sex. Adcress the teen to one. there might be some reason Now, to which of these ing to do with the flow of gold to this izer of their variations. Nothing could chasing power in wheat, corn, wool, regulation and government of tho national leading phstiiais and urifcons of the UbU( cunency the following principles of ilKmployps: Not Ice is hereby given horses, labor, all the essential products finance, which were announced to us at considering a readjustment of the tw o classes do you belong? Is it. to the county; that it is caused by the out- - more leautifully or triumphantly btates Dr. iiatliaway A (o , 79 Dearborn street. for !To In case of William J. Bryan'3 Chicago. mint ratio, but not till then. Buffalo moneyed class, the creditors although, flow of corn and cotton and the confi lustrate the fundamental principle of of his life's work, that he borrowed. our last state convention, and which since election as president 01 ine unueu two metals became Hence, even if the free coinage of silver then have received tho overwhelming apStates on November 3, 1SS6, this comTim ps. perch Jnce, you do hae small savings dence of the election of a gold standard j bimetallism. The pany will Immediately thereafter proval of our citizens: in effect one metal, one primary money does result in a permanent bank acount or a life insurance policy, president. give the employes tn every departg " 'We favor the expansion of the SILVER AND EXPORTS. mass, to respond to the demands of debt dollar, and if the debtor pays his gold ment an advance of ten per cent. In which few real laborers hae? Some But tho fact remains that tho first medium of the country until the their wages. debts In that depreciated currency, he sains shall amount to J40 per capita of our VT. CUNNINGHAM. President. politicians contend that the day laborer, free flow of gold to this country for and business and to support with broadGrowth of tho Toreljn Trade of tli population.' " w ith "EW2COTEHT. TTCTTOFAIL. day's wages unpaid, is a creditor several years has taken place after the er basis the credit fabric of the world. is, after all, paying back the same quanDonblr St.tnclaril Countrir. Ane,reiliJ and sale Mr. Cunningham, president and man"i pre- eti, exce ito, ecanSyreifr.afw The farmers also, through their NaMexico is not the only free silver coun- and belongs to tlio great creditor class, nomination of a presidential candidate Said Mr. Cernuschi, French delegate at tity of labor and the products of labor or patefal by over 00,OiO mensturatioo. Vow the monetary conference of 1SS1: "The that ho borrowed. Five hundred dollars tional alliance, have repeatedly de- ager of the company, says he nnd neartry that has made great advancement but Is not this rather far fetched? Then on a bimetalllst platform. LuTe. InTljmratea e uruis. have been lifeof t4titerafc Im:Afi. JCjum Surely it will not be contended that law by placing the yellow metal and the. in gold or $1,000 in silver is worth as manded a circulating medium of $30 ly all his employes in trade. 1 villi mention a few, whose we are told that the best interests of the paper. f5per box, firiUJ box fl. 5rt they rea)M In putln wmpper. Send is la creditor and debtor class are identical. there is more confidence nbroad in the white metal on the same footing, by es- much now ns $1,000 in gold then. If per capita, to keep pace with our re- long republicans, but now. are all for statistics I have: stamp for particUars. Hoi.I Ht I"sf Mr. CunBryan and free silver i'F.t' PKRllFD Exports. iCranting this, but as practiced, is it not triumph of the gold standard since Jhe tablishing a fixed and invariable ratio th;sc thlnga bo true, what becomes of quirements. CA1 ASSOCIATION, CLUc, iU. $3,K58,000 Japan, 1J1 between them, has made them really the charge of repudiation so flippantly inIf our soil yields us sufficient for oui ningham said the above notice had been an interest similar to tho mutual nomination of a free silver candidate lG.9C2.00d Jan&n. lbTl g pionpetis, and representing that need is posted because the company fully beSold by Richmond Drat; Co. and V. terests of the lion nnd lamb, with the than there was before nny one of the a single money." C. T. Stone, in Chi- hurled against the 2,Dt.a-Japan, ISM neers of civilization in our great est? a small volume of money, a panic is the lieved that under free coinage increased G. White. TS.O.OGO Japan, 1SK5 lamb w ithin the lion's maw? As to tho great parties had taken up the cnusc of cago Record. E8.9f,000 China, 1H1 business would justify increased wages. Wiio is dishonest, the debtor who is result and distress is general. silver mine owner, whatneetl Itconccrn bimetallism. Yet before Bryan was China. 1S93 Fockotbook Dictation. President Cunningham, who is a 1&S1 to pay his debt in a form that This is an artificial panic, ana the S72.5.000 us whose interests are linked to ours so nominated the outflow of corn and cotIndia, , When a banker or a banker's organ trying D32.2CS.0G0 then went on to show India, l&l ' that our own are forwnrded and pre- ton did not bring gold here, but with argues against silver coinage it is plain commands the same purchasing pow er gainers under such a state of affairs practical 253.210,000 Ilusiila, 1SS1 WEAK BSE!. READS Y.5QRGU3, 1833 SvOS.. served? Are the interests of the silver the most favorable trade conditions it that the arguments come from the pock- for himself and the creditor, or the cred- nre the few who become noblemen or how molder i wages prior to 1S73 were KllBsla. 492.125,000 Belgium. 1S81 masters, and the sufferers are the 50 per nt. higher than they were towho seeks to take advantage of cirmine owner and the laborer identical? flowed out and had to be bought back et and not the brain. 518.02,000 Philadelphia itor Belgium. 1H)3 cumstances by which he can force pay- many who, through long continuation day; how, after silver was demonetized, say whether all the prodd bonds. It will be seen at a glance that all Let statistics hav e not decreased in vnlue with the facts knock out the gold men's Item. TL? ? I tir S5 there was a gradual decline until the I ment in a form, even though it be nom- of such a system,"tecome slaves. ucts of labor If these countries are rapidly increasing n act In Now, let me call your attention to passage of the inally the same, in reality twice the burtheories It cannot be helped, nnd they 1B81 Japan along with the fall of silver, nnd letgood their foreigD trade. Since :JZ&i 187S, which revived the west, increased den to the debtor and twice the advansonus figures. The l3"UnT- TURKEY'S GOLD BONDS. U' OCT. has increased her sales over $45,500,000; common sense say whether decreasing must accept the tonsequences. tage to himself? Does It not rather apThe volume of gold and silver in the demand for molders' products and re- WM in value with silver it is not reasonable fact is that with a great campaign in India, $159,3S3,000; Kussja, 50,040,000; PEFFER'S HSRV&OB K. The English Capitalists Reflponstble for pear that the sentiment which' several worlJ Is estimated at $7,000,000,000, sulted in increased wages. to suppose "they will increase in value favor of silver going on gold is flowing It nets powerfully a,l qnlrkly. Belgium, $25,027,000, and China, $10,500,-00Business depression six years later outers toll. Torn.; nun regain Cares when cn't tho Massacres In Armenia, p : of your correspondents express is makmai.!u. !. i about equally divided between the two the field has into this country at such a rate as to d while in the same time, the United together. youthful visor. AtH'jcljr men caused another decline. In his opinion Americans stand aghast at the masing its outcry, not so much because it clearly Itnlitr, to Cure NTurari, States has fallen off nearly $100,000,000. lccn fairly andyou vote? looked over. frighten Europe nnd force the Bank of sacre of the Christians in Turkey, and is in danger of losing half of its western metals. the gold men fear, America nothing will restore permanent pros- Iinpotency, A .KhtlyrnilKalonj. !.K?owi r, "Agricola," England to put up the rate of exIf, as Which side will counThe following kt, Fulllnc Jlcnory, V astSns; wonder why England allows the hor- investments, as tliat it is afraid it will shall be deluged by a flood of silver, let perity but the restoration of silver. In either and all tfeetJ of KIT ve or txtems c I change. St. Louis Republic. tries cxalttd in civilization (?) show in Chicago Record. intllscntioa. Words off Insanl'y ami ronsamptiT.n rible slaughter to go on unchecked. not succeed in doubling their real value us see what that flood would amount to concluding Mr. Cunningham remarked: Don't let drniralst tmpo ft worthless sutwtriute just the reverse: Toar"n!JoltTle!'l3creterprnai. "Do you know of any factories offer- 'nsrETZFEli'SririlWSao!. orl3lston- tr Fre Discussion Hurtx Tbcm. Valno of SilTcr. The answer is that it is more impor- through an artificial fall of prices? in the event of the fulfillment of their wn.1 rot .' Imports. Exports. Countries. ing increased wages if McKinley li Can br curried In vest The goldlte organs in some localities tant, in the eyes of the English gov- Cor. N. Y. Outlook. Vrerl3 plait t There is no such thing as "commercial prophecy. 39.373.000 ?1,135,S25,000 Germany. ISS1 $U w. e?l per box. er O for j.". with .V Voit I 1.242.CS3,000 t'32,940.000 Germany. 1SS1 cirllcfnmi tn Curertronrnts. value" to cither gold or Fiher, separate are insisting that street debates and ernment, that her millionaires should rlttcu If the entire world's stock of silver elected? I don't." by t5.110,000 AMr. ifiify. Unaractee U't'd Klnpdom, 3SS1 1.4S5.410.000 Blbrttraircs ami tlio Currency. discussion of the money question should 500,000,000 on their dollars (3,500,000,000) were exchanged Socretnry Carlisle's Childish Answer to lMLFf .Elt SlilDICJLi. J.iaA, CMcuco. I :. U't'tl ICInpdom. 1!31 l.rT0.80(,000 2 042.50WXW and apart from its value as money. Even be prohibited by the police. Of course get the interest a Mmplo Qucstloo. of Turkish gold bonds, than she should 247.823,000 About '03 my father mortgaged his for American labor and products, how Italy. 1?S1 with silver demonetised In Europe and llaly.1833 2CS.24G.000 182.S.000 another Sold by Richmond Drug Co. ami V. G. farm in New York staic. IP children Secretary Carlisle is out the is still the demand they should be prohibited, in Mew or we get? Fifty dollars the J. V. Goldsmith, in Atlanta Constitu for United States, it000,000,000 of people the fact that when a corporation or protect sultan.Christians from the fury were small and there was much sick- much would mere trifle more than per letter. This time it is inin answer to "White". of the money by it for tho capita or a tion. In corroboration of this view, we ness. Then the children had to be sent volune of money France employs to- a question he says vva3 asked him: that chiefly determines its value, and Wall strecCattorney attacks a Bryan "Why does a silver dollar remain on a Hanks Are Agatuat the I'cople. there never was a time since metals wageworker, business man or farmer reprint the following from the New nway to school, and the mortgage was day a country possessing about not paid, but the interest was kept up, par with a gold dollar when it is not The classes (the bankers and millioncarno into use as money when they pos- on the street he gets the worst of the York Stockholder: of our area. 9, I which satisfied the holder of the mortTURKEY'S DHBT. aires) insist upon making it a fight sessed value as commodities separable argument. But these goldite organs Just think of it! To accomplish such exchangeable into a gold dollar?" "It may surprise sorno of our readers." gage. The mortgage is still unpaid, my a sfii B. rigain&t the masses. The Ledger said, from their value as money. This idea is need not worry. 11 the trusts and moThe secretary makes a lengthy reply li li QCi we must deplete the treasuries remarks the Financial Times (London, nopolies continue to gobble everything Ens.), on the up In the words. editorially, on September 24: "They a relic of the "intrinsic value" fallacy. "to know that tho total external father is dead, and the moitgage legacy. of every country upon the face of the which may" be summed t In the future as they have In the past debt of the Ottoman empire at the end of home farm is the children's Time Table No. 24, In EfThe (the silver people; crc quite right in Buffalo Times. globe I France must yield to us one- - "beating about the bush. they will control the air we breathe, 1SS5 was no !css than 121.50O,0C, of which Is it justice, is it honesty, to compel half of its specie wealth and contract answer he gives is: "The public recognizing the fact that the banks ere Men and women are not as good ns nnd then no one will be allowed to1 as much as 110,000,000 la dealt In on the the payment of that debt in the currenopposed to them." This is a bold and fect May 12, 1895. its volume of money correspondingly. has been satisfied that, so long as our exchange." cy of dollar for dollar? This Mexieo, China and India must surren- present monetary system is preserved, defiant admission; in fact, a challenge engaged people think they are, nor a? breathe who docs not advocate the in- London Btock y detailing the debt our After 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. the- idle holders of capital. terests of bnd as married people consider them. expresses tho opinion that "the case is but one of many; there are hunto the people. Philadel phia Item. der their all, and thereafter do business the government will do whatever Its CAST BOUND. No. 1. No. 1. No. a. Na.i Illinois State Register. financiers who have been Instrumental in dreds of farms in the same vicinity upon, some other basis than a specie moral obligations and express declaraEx Sun Ex San Ex Sud Ex San ministering: to the imperative necessities which, like my father's, will not sell tions require It to do, and very largely one. of Turkey have not only done so to art r. m. A. M. A. M. what they would 30 for WORLD'S NEED OF SILVER. enormous extent, but have been very care6 40 Yet, this is the dire prediction of the in consequence of this confidence in the Versailles. to 10 855 y XI I to II 7 3S ful to protect the bondholders, so far as years ago, yet they are better improved, gold standard advocates in the event good faith of the executive authorities, 7 S3 It 41 loss Advantages Which protection Is possible in dealing with such with better buildings. It (seems to me of tab United States adopting bi- the silver coins have not depreciated in Miluoa View- The United States lias ij0 S is 11 10 slippery customers as the Turks, by obtainEhe OuRht to Use. value." r. m. ing special hypothecations of revenue. Tho that our financiers do not realize the metallism. S 30 IS 1330 pm The New York Financial News, in a facts and. figures we havo given also afford struggle the thrifty middle classes are That i a childish answer, nnd be- Richmond. Do,, you believe such a result would Union 13 50 11 33 lengthy editorial discussion of the topic a ery obvious clew to tho political situa- making to keep from going under. trays either grave ignorance, incapaci ty, Moberlr 1 c5 3 follovj our return to a bimetallic poli" tt BrassEeH at- tion, and to the Inertness of the powers In Cor. N. Y. Outlook. suggested by the above bead, calls n 49 IS? cy? lnd, if you do, "Would you not be or downright intent to deceive. To Panola dealing with tho crisis. Great Britain, 2 to Si3.pl 8 wd T&bsj tention to the fact that6lnce our repeal Franco, Germany, Austria and Italy, -- x ta quickjto vote for a financial policy that say that it is largely due to the public Inline 330 Bismarck favors Stiver. of the purchasing clause of the Sherman amongst tho great powers, havo all Im confidence in the executive officers, lf Even Bismarck is what the money woulc. practically give to ns TfoTa: act there has been a steady increase In portant financial intorests at stake; that Is, Cleveland, Carlisle & Co., is No. 4. Ko.. N0.10 specie wealth of the world? Iti3 the Country Produce especially wanted. WESTBOUND Ex Sanl Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun an, insult: ito the good sense of the genour exports of bullion, amounting to Russia has a freo hand In that respect, and power would call an "anarchist," ConLet.' jus examine into our stock of con, therefore, afford to take the dictatorial Prompt delivery of goodd to all parts of town. everything-iio- t used here averaging for port she Is playing in this matter. She too bad about Bismarck. Atlanta r.u, T. M. gold, ji There arc no available proofs eral public, because that confidence is stitution. Z 40 3o so decidedly wanting that tho ques- Irvine. . ,1804 over three, nnd a tenth millions of is a borrower, not a lender." Canned Goods. tliat "re possess a gold stock of $33P,- - tion is of ten enough mooted that both, PanoU 438 dollars per month, for 1695 over three It will be seen from the above state Salt by the Barrel. BratsSeld. 4 40 t yJ America's financial policy should OOUjOQQi or five dollars per capita. But, these ofHiJers deserve impeachment for Mober!y 2 ta and a half millions per month, and for ment that English millionaires own the j to Tobacco and Gigars. will admit of such direct infringement of the law on this Union... a 3 for arijuhient SiJ Soo the eight months of 189G over four and bulk of the Turkish gold bonds, jind begin nt home, not abroad. Item. S os .. Richmond Gaudies and Cakes. 3 5i a stock on nanu. very issue. are responsible for the massacre of the MUEesa tenth million dollars per month. 3 00 30 ' Value of Silver 53 Bullion. Green Groceries Come andsce me If, Vs the bankers of the country 3 'I The only recsoa why silver Is oh a par ( Valley- View. The Financial News publishes in ihjs Christians through their control of the The bullion volue-Ko6 jS 3S a English government, and their prevent- ns great as the coin silver was always demadS, we destroy our greenbacks with crolcl is-- that it is a lesral tender. Nichclajil!e. C$2. 3.3W Farao connection tin interview with Versailles . S3? 7iS value until the nnd treasury notes, and if, as Secretary bvfa St WalP street business man, which, the. ing just punishment of tho murderous money power played that little trick on But Mfil Carlisle evidently; does not t X.W. KM. l A.M. redeem.sayp, silver dollars are together accords with, the .Penny Press deems worttij herewith of sultan. the white metal in) 3873. Free coinage able iilgold, and toiirevent the endless think it olicy to say goldbug that, for tiaat Trauts betvreea .Vile aad 'reproduction: If the gold standard is continued in ir 4mi is nceqeu to givesuver ra al- Would, bcj an admission tlist fiat makes Traws. beiweeji .CtecSapMt awt "This silver finds its way to India, Americar out" people can expect the former, standing o a money metal aad ch'ainlperformance, which wcare ,way subjected to, we'alao sappJantoMr money; si !be attributes it aJU to "eoafl-den"" "WIS. ." tChina, Japan, tho Straits Sesttlnaents. same Inhuman treatments as tbe'Cbrls- - Ffre thVpeople frosa theLc!utcheilt Aft trains eoonf SawtWxT Wswt ia!l earatervr CarlrsiaJ' MvUciat- - wwifreM. Lowsvim, wtthMi ti tH.O.tt. miw wilars wit a bonds, we anu d Ito countries all over the world; using CujKrour goldjetoek of riyFhe'k.H TtJ pbHc ferfiV J:ta and from CMCtaeM,J (silver. Oriental countries axejsintewfor then.be nothing: less than tarju whWthe Wjtftrtwi or. s per capita of n?e.dolir. jodat of It tifcW sptdbttgfub- - Mors mi liilver, will abtjorbj slvj emouaU and Slaves to j ADVANCE, BiDttlitotf . t?iH?8 ffca sane ft sow eonpyed-- by dtl&Hft It , rMf ", " Inever - eiw p anZiLJKwteJMiBiafw , "A Item..- .Vfer v. .1 . . , t.s ;.v . j ins-,," '.- - iU r h ii i it s, -5 the Present I3ue. It seems to me if all laborers would look into this financial controversy dispassionately and free from nil party bias we should soon be n unit upon it. "N e are all interested alike what will benefit or injure one. will equally affect the other and in the same way; all are true patriots at heart and would scorn to do, or even advocate, what would not be tie best for the nation and people at large. The trouble is we see tilings "tlirough a glass darkly." partisan glasses; let us lay such aside and try to look at facts through our own nateyes. ural, unbiased, common-sens- e And let those who have not used their eyes at all, trusting tho ejes and honesty of others political leaders look into matters with us and for themselves. Xo-- what do wc see? Tvvodi-rectl- y opposite hosts, one holding for the present gold standard, the other for the coinage of silver, "the dollar of our daddies.'" What classes of people make up these tw o opposing hosts? On the one side we see all our millionaires, our national bankers, our money loan-crour rich corporations, our gold mine owners, nil who do not have to labor for thejr living, but depend upon the earning power of their money. On the other side we see tho farmer, the day laborer, the mechanic, the small business man, nnd, through selfish interests, the silver mine owner. Onesido muy be classed as the creditor class, the othT, leaving out the silver mine ovvner, the debtor class. Now It Is too true to need "more than mention tint every man, womnn and child living is selfish, looking out for himself and his own best interests. This is the law of for truly enough, "if wc do not look outforoty-selve-s w ho will look out for us?" Surely no one will dispute this foundation statement. Granting this, are the selfish interests of these two classes identical? Are the selfish interests of the How tho Law of Works Mr. W. 15. Hearst, of the New York Morning Journal, has begun the publication of the evening edition of that marvelous publication. Mr. Ilearst has attracted the attention of the whole world by the brilliant manner in which he has espoused the cause represented in Mr. Bryan's presidential candidacy. lie has, of course, been attacked by his opponents, but his answer every time has been the publication of a better newspaper. The last attack comes from the San Francisco Call, owned by Spreckels, of tli sugar trust. The Examiner is th? Inpjrpsl nnd mnst influpntinl rpwiiare published in San Francisco, nnd it is j ovvned by Mr. Ilearst. who is il fending democracy from both the Atlantic and the Pacific coasts. The Call is a rabid gold organ, and in a recent issue it mnde a pernicious effort to impugn the motive of the Examiner and of Mr. Ilearst in espousing the cause of free coinage, intimating tnattne iiearstes-- j !ivpf n nti, fiiii.fiv infirroipri in mining property, nnd that Mr. Hearst's i devotion to the cause of bimetallism' was promoted by mercenary and selfish C Hearst"! lit ply to II U Opponents-WJle Is a UlmetallWu RifSlp&l Baking $&&&&& faithful 3IEX ok WANTED travel for responsible established house in Kentucky. Salary $780 and expenses. Position permn-nnn- t. Reference. Enclose stamped envelope. Tito National, Star Insurance Bid??., self-ad-drK- ed Chicago. 1 'fa J BRID&EFORD'S ABSOWffEEZf PURE CREDITORS ARE FEARFUL. Bimetallism Means They Cannot Double Ileal Value of Western Investments. ECONOMIST RANGE. M ADDRESS SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! ' Mr WORKMEN. DO CO -5 n,.,, th.Unou.""..". I ' LiM sin 4: suf-ierag- e. M-- t. 10--2- 2. 1- GOBI MEAL a EO.COO teart-broke- n fellow-workme- n. BVTHE Cu-tu- in silver-usin- g gold-usin- g li .locu-istit- a, ' silver-usin- g estj-mat- fail-ui- e J. W. Rymei." Strt, J.H.NEFF&CQ. oppor-'tuait- coui-mj- , low-stat- e , 50-ce- nt 200-ce- nt kind-hearte- d 11 vvork-ingni- S-- b n $eii-ca- te fellow-laliore- r, 11 -- circu-latli-- a iOM,tfIff PILLS a-tb-JrttH-.t-oraW- 11 Itr-wa-ro r ............... hard-workin- vv 115,4&-.OC- , inn-der- COO high-price- Bland-Alliso- -- svsa m; S VR, rc-o- T. ViS C7-3- AT. l 0, Fellow-labore- r, st J"t Cwr-natee- gold-standa- rd Ult-cm- - 1 -- 222.32.-S0O- O one-ten- th res-al- t R.N d n q 0i only-direc- contem-jorar- to-da- y, - "S! one-four- th NichoUiTiIIe-Valle- Gnu I one-ha- 1 sakI - E. R. Rowland, Cat-lis- 1 rj, -- ce or-tepftnd- en i II L f ULI Ifirtfll ,r ft'Uafi Greatritain.PhHal; (wfc 't-- T ".iS r" . IEa?rs. fig? r- --" -- 1 -- - ' f dl "- - - "v. -- . -- 3 Jtf. -- 5 S'i v. v v5- - i 4', r Johnson. Johnson requested Roberts to g6 after Houk; ho is chasing him through the State and has been PUBLISHED JCVEKY WEDNESDAY BT able, so far, to force a division of Ths Climax Printing Go. time. are young men of ability and Both each did justice to his party "We, PRICE PER TEAR, $1.50. however, felt that Sir. Roberts, 'who IN ADVANCE, 51.25 represented Democrccy, had much the better of the discussion. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 28. 189G. NOT SUITABLE JURORS. THE CLIMAX. On last Tuesday week we noticed in the horceback parade several gen2" " 3 tlemen who had served, either on s. " 2 r the grand or petit juries, at the last S 8 SPACE." S S " September term of the Madison cir:i cuit court. Their fitness was not : : : : t questioned. The horseback parade was participated in by the best citiI Ioch. J 100 i 50 5 3i5$ 505700 13 a Inches, x 75 2 50 7 00 11 00 17 JO zens of the county, 3 50 and while we a 50 3 Inches, 5 00 10 00 15 00 23 25 3 50 4 Inches. 300 400 60019001900 28 7S know that the gold-bu- g element 5 Inches. 3 30 500 7 30 15 00 13 00 34 5J 00 270c 40 00 viewed most of those in line as anJfl'ol.w.. 400 600 900 W CoI. 6 00 9 00 13 00 27 00 40 00 60 00 S 00 is 00 1773 3450 $000 80 00 archist, repudiatiouist, lunatics or JiCol ColWH.M xo 00 1500 22 30! 42 on 60 00 lools, wo never for once thought that there opinions would disqualify them notices xo cents a line for first cents a line for each additional insertion' Obituaries, resolutions of respect and similar mat from trying the differences arising among our citizens. ter at half rates. No specified position. Mr. R. R. Burnam is the first to give expression to the idea that such men as were in the parade were a class that would not bo selected as jurors. Should Republicanism prevail, Mr. Burnam maybe a jury commissioner, if so, the gentlemen in that parade will bo relieved of that class of public service. O 2 H O H ADVERTISING HATES.. " " " OO x& x ONE WEEK MORE. s J ,y We Hare Almost Eyerjlliing in Sot; great usharers ; 0) (9 products, thereby incouraging greater production. It will increase the value of the farmer's Needles lc, Lead Pencils lc, Thimbles 1c, Danne; ie, Clark's Thread 1c, Dolls 5c up, Tea Pot i'". will enable the great railroad systems of the country to double their business, and send railroad receivers It Frames 10c up, 3 Spools Thread 10c, Lace Vuv into other fields of employment; Window Shades 10c up. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. It will stimulate manufacturers, and give profit to capital, and labor to tho unemployed ) ron rnnsinENT, It will light up homes that arc now dark, warm hearthstones that are now cold, feed famishin"- women and 6) the impression that the present silvAVM. J. BRYAN, 8) children, and clothe "the looped and windowed, raggedness of tho poor." er dollar was a genuine dollar and is Bob Ingersoll. Bob used to be for of Nebraska. 6) These things will be because, following the election of Bryan in November, will come the restoration of silHose 5c, Ladies' Vests with sleeves 15. u, worth as much as money as the gold silver and the farmer. Bob tried to ex- Miss" is Erazee has returned 8j FOK VICE TKESinEXT, We have no doubt the largest stock to selett "W J IJOIW V... ver to its place as money. Gold will no longer possess double purchasing power, a dollar. In fact, the gold advocates piam away a speecn mat ne nraue lor while silver is degraded to a (9 now contend that it is as good as silver In l&U bn Mr- - s- - Finnell, of Hamburg, Iowa, shown in this city. AUTHUR SEWELL, r T--7 Mr uu lllia resen visiting his cousin. Mr. "Willis commodity. The purchasing power of gold will fall, while the parchasing; power of silver will rise to meet it at . ratui; gold, yet they approve the conduct T. 8) of Maine. v. .. .. lU p?y. & co Mt ratCl' "- "e of President Cleveland and- SecTt?" rtnan once for silver. a parity. He once wrote Blankets 39c. a pair np. Comforts 65c rn 0) FOK CONGRESS. tary Carlisle who have declared that and delived a Mr. R. L. Gentry and family spent lecture on "The Fanner." (9 Dark indeed will be the future with MeKinley elected. JOHN B THOMPSON, it is not as good as gold ; in fact they The lecture has been published in his Sunday with Mrs. Geo. Todd at The silver money we havo would be abolished as a legal tender ; assert it is not wjafli half as much as official book of lectures by his publisher, Speedwell. of Mercer county. a gold dollar, r' e Eic Gold only would be the basis of our circulating medium; C. P. Ferrell. On page 20G read and Miss TOR JUDGE Or THE COURT OF ArTELG. If it is sr'good as gold, can the following from that lecture:we "For the Mr. Raymond Frisby are visiting Lilly 9, Miss That medium would be changed from greenbacks and national bank notes the "elastic" fiat money of pri"W. S. PRYOR, goklbs tell why it was not used part I do not ask any interference on my Ricokel, of Cynthiana, Pocket Knives 5c up, Hammers 5c to 25c the instead of gold? It is as good as part Of the government except to undo Amy Smith. vate banks, to be contracted and expanded at their pleasure ; of Henry Counts. Claw Hatchet 30c, Hat and Clothes Backs 10c, Fi' Miss Bell McDowell went to Tan-vill- e gold, will and remain the wrong it has done- - I do not ask that Inch XX Cut Sc, Scissors 5c to 4Sc, JTack . i The supply of gold for coinage purposes is made stationary by the consumption, in the arts, of the annual last week to attend the wedCANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. if Mr. Bryan is elected, but money to Wheels 3c, Tea Spoons 4c a set, Table Spxx.ii ' be made out of nothing. I SI product; and the increasing demand for it, through the increase of population and business-,-ISth-e should McKinley be elected no one do not ask for the prosperity horn of ding of a relative. equivalent of Spring Balances Sc, Nickle Alarm Clocks (suaran. FOK JAILgJ? will say then that the silver doliar is paper, but e, Mr. Scott McGuire, of McKee, Ky., constant contraction. I do ask for the remoneNut Meg Graters lc. Large Graters 4c, Knives at. James C. LacV''i'candidate for as good as gold. There may be some tization of silver. Silver n as demone- was in Richmond last week attending (3 -40c and 50c a set, Wash Basins Imperial Enamel A fixed supply and a constantly increasing demand contract, the volume of money as certainly as do n fixed Jailer of Madis county, subject to the legislation by whicn it may be re- tized by fraud. the Bryan Barbecue. S) was an imposition It Ware 15c and 25, Hair Curlers 3c and 5c, Waiter- action . Democratic part v. deemed in gold, but you will bid upon every solvent man, a U. S. Supervising Architect Aiker, demand and a constantly decreasing supply. fraud upon $) 15c, Crumb Trays and Brush 15c, Cooking Spoon ATT. Fish is a candidate for Jailer farewell to the silver dollar. every honest debtor in the United of Washington, was a guest of Gov. The monometallists of England and of everywhere elso, except in Wall street, admit that long 3c, Cooking Spoon (heavy) 17 inches long C) ''of Madison county, subject to the contraction reStates. It assassinates lalor. It was McCreary Saturday. action of the Democratic party. A GOOD FICHT. done in the interest of avarice and greed, Mrs. W. L. Lake returned last duces prices of commodities, make capital afraid to seek investment in enterprise, and that this condition causes TRUNKS S1.50 DP. TELESCOPES 35c. INSTRUCTION. FOR SUIT. PCHLIO On the Cth of July last w e bewail in and should bo undone by honest men. week from Boston, and is stopping at universal distress among the people. The farmer should vote only for such the Henderson House. Only the dealers in money, tho wealthy with fixed incomes, and the tax eaters in general, have any Mrs. John "Williamson is a can- earnest the fight for the people, (jloouij interest Hats and Caps All Prices. Lanndred Shirts 30c t) didate for Superintendent Public In- indeed was the undertaking at thai time. men as are able and willing to guard and Hon. Thomas E. Tuttand wife, struction for Madison county, sub- The vilest epithets thatcould posihh be advance the interest of labor." Inger- of St. Louis, visited Hon. and Mrs. in promoting the gold standard; and even they are injured in th long run, because their system brings creeping np. Respectfully submitted to the Cash Trade Oj ject to the action of the Democratic soll has turned as others have turned C. F. Burnam last week. paralysis upon civilization itself, which alone protects them in their possessions. selected were used to nehttlc and e party. all who ueleived in the equal under the money influences brought to Miss McEIwaine,of Bowling Green, We appeal to the people of all classes to enlist in the great battle under the banner of the double stand- G) bear in the campaign. The power of is visiting her sister-in-laMrs. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PURLIC treatment of botli gMd and silver at our ard. mints, notwithstanding it had been money is great, and it was never so well Pattie Bales McElwaine. SCHOOLS. taught by all political parties up to demonstrated as in this campaign. Will To Democrats we say: Mrs. Shelby Irvine entertained at J. "V. Warkbs is a candidate for farmers vote to increase the power of Superintendent of Public Schools of within two eare past. We followed money? "Will they vote against home, last night,in honor of Miss You hold the post of honor In tho fight. It is tho Democratic party which has at last their her emancipated itself Madison county, subject to the action tlie dictates of our conscious guided by 0) own interest? "Will they follow men Patton, of Huntsville, Ala. of the Democratic party. from the tyranny of the money power, and is rising to the grandeur of tho occasion. Ynnr mnnnn , the best lights obtainable from a prayer3 Misses Mablo Bergman and Mamie Main Street, Richmond, Ky. ful investigation of the question at who have changed when the corrupt in0) fluence that made the change is so ap- Hume, of Irvine, were the guests of thy to be compared with the Continental congress for its incorruptibility, and the courage it displayed in blazing FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. issue. Since espousing the cauc, a week. the way to freedom and independence. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is leader has come forth whom we are elad parent and when these men are not Mrs. Claudo Smith last Circuit Clerk Jas. A. Wallace, of a candidate for Clerk of the Madison to follow. No grander champion eer honest enough to admit that the' have To the Populists: Circuit Court, subject to the action led his hosts to ictory, or plead the changed and to give reasons for so doing? Irvine, was the guest of his brother, of the Democratic party. The action of the ChicagoiConvention went far toward redrussing the wrongs which had been done in the THE CURSE OF FALLING MARKET. of the morte3ge, fall t i cause of tiuth and justice in behalf of No one can believe that the Amer- Coleman Wallace, Saturday. ican farmer will do this; but that, with wedCards are out announcing the name of the Democracy, and which had caused so many of you to leave the Democratic ranks, and form a his countrymen. Many who at first voured his five thou-a- n for sheriff. thought the steps taken by us unwise a steadfast purpose and an aim fixed up- ding of Mr. Henry Milward, of left only the debt, at t! . . organization. A falling market is a calamity almost j H. H. Colyer is a candidate for on the desired goal, he will not be led to Miss Mable Bergman, of Sheriff of Madison county, subject now commend as much to be deplored as civil war. It er and the mortgagee La.. . The election of Bryan will be an overthrow of the powers agsJnst which you have bravely contended astray by friends who have proven false. Irvine. We ha e made the best fight w e could to the action of the Democratic against ruins merchants, manufacturers and in the farm; now the mint,, t party. for truth and justice. We have tiied not Bob Ingersoll spoke the truth in his lec Mrs. Emma Witt, of Wiseman-tow- great odds. Your independant action had much to do with inspiring the good work at Chicago. Your share in tanners, throws men out of employ- covers the whole farm and ; to be harsh or se ere, hut if possible to ture and he has notdisproven it in his renothing. Estill county, was tho guest of the victory cannot be disputed, nor your commanding position in tho political history of the country belittled. - ment and leads in adouhle way to failFOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. persuade men to be both generous and cent speeches. The farmer, the laborer, Mrs. R. L. Gentry on Monday and This is a fair example n ure depression and panic A very To the Independant Silver Republicans: James C. Miller is a candidate just. Many have confessed to us that the merchant and mechanic must re- Tuesday. disastrous processes that hm slight fall between the time a merfor Assessor of Madison county, sub- through the medium of this paper they member that Ingersoll in a lecture and irtg on all over the Mr. J. Roger Gate wood, of Mt. You have placed patriotism above party, and sought to serve your country by saving it from ject to the action of the Democratic the continued chant or manufacturer buys liis goods or idly in the AVe&tand countrj liebeen able to see the breakers ahead not in a purchased campaign speech Sterling, has returned home after a Sonth, party. materials and the time he sells, may and steered clear of them before the dis- said: "Silver was demonetized by pleasant visit to Miss Amy and Mr. rule of those who have finally captured tho party organization with which you have therefore scorned longer to turn his expected profit into loss he can wonder that our people fraud, it was an imposition on every sol astrous ortex was reached. We remain. Earl Smith. borrows money to tide him over, hop come desperately hostile to a Vote for free silver. we hae advocated the life and ventman,a fraud on every honest debtor ing next year to recover, but prices fall system that causes or permit-Miss Georgia Moberley, of Richgreat majority of citizens who labor for the support of their wives and children, except when To that Vote for more monev and better prosperity of the debtor class. We are the United States. It assassinates labor." mond, is the guest of Mrs. John M. labor fdrther the following year, and instead Arena. monev. cannot be had : uuahie to see the least gleam of hope for It seems that Ingersoll is now willing Moberley on Danville street. inof relief he finds the loan an ever PARITY OF GOLD A X them should the gold standard prevail. to perpetuate the fraud, to impose "on We believe that you see now more clearly than you have ever seen before the importance of united action creasing w eight about his neck. Year Democrat. A DOMESTIC (il Vote for Smith and Tarvin, the Bankruptcy and tenancy is tbeir only every solvent man," and to assassinate after year he struggles to regain what he Mr. Jones and wife, of New York, against those who think civilized society has no other object than the transfer of the Bryan and Sewall elector?-.- . DEPENDING HI labor. But the American larraer is not, lot. wealth you annually create has lost, but prices continue to fall and ' ON OUR OW To us the gold standaad advocates are and, with his liberties at stake and the who have spent several weeks with into their own vaults. his difficulties to increase, until at last A vote for the rooster is a vote as cold and hartless as shylock. They power of correction in his own hands, Capt. and Mrs. S. F. Rock, left on LA"V he fails. His creditors, some of them Organized wealth is furnished thn slnows nf war nut nfthn . for the entire Democratic ticket. onri unnnmii us of the tiger that has tasted he may be relied upon to vote for the Thursday for home. remind uuucusiucv u.ive received irom your wrestling like himself with falling priSilver and gold coin-- w Invitations have been received anrestoration of Don't forget that noblest old Ro- human blood and will not cease to drink The power ofour constitutional money nouncing tho marriage of Miss Mary Government. They arrogantly boast of the power of money. The only cloud that now casts uncertainty over the ces, are further embrassed by his bank- adjust themselves m a the incorrubtible farmer man of them all, Judge Pryor, when until the last spark of life is gone from great battle field is the unknown quantity of what may be accomplished by fraud: , ruptcy, and their names are soon npon with their uses as pru-i.will be felt at the polls in November. Frazer to Mr. Clarence Lebus, at the human being assailed. you go to the polls. the list of wrecks- .maintain We have said our last before the great The farmer is his own friend and he Cynthiana, Nov. 5. inseiiMiunu mat luauy iiiiiuuiis are ueiug raisea inrougncut the country for use in the elections A natural impariment ofFailures and the metals., will of value mth. industry due to el or parity a should show the world thai he knows Miss Hellen Turner, of Hempridge, nepuuiicnu iimuitgci uuiiecis u uu uuics u um. your X under the rooster next battle. Put niai is io De aone witn tins money? What honest work the discouragements of a falling market and on any ratio that t1 w ill wherein his interest lies. county, is spending tho week Shelby We trust that a wise providence Tuesday and you will feel good the .. .. a, 1!a i throw many out of employment. Hav- such a country could The farmers should stand together! touch the hearts of a free and generous ti. -w'th her cousins, Misses Emma requires any bucu expenuiiure s Has mere Deen iaise registration? Are ballot boxes to bo tampered with, ing no employment they rest of your natural life. cannot buy as gold are at parity in Fra - returns falsified or ruffians employed to make people, and even the hearts of those and Earl Chenault, on Lancasterdisturbances at the polls through which peaceable citizens may they used to. and a shrinking demand is to 1, and in the United ' One X is enough to vote for the now expecting to vote for a gold standJOHN SHERMAN AND '73. avenue. not care to force their way ? The bond syndicate can make enough out of the next bond deal to make good al1 added to the danger and perplexities to 1. That is because it Bryan and Sewall electors, for ard. May they hear in their dieams inMrs. J. W. Bales entertained on of commerce, causins a further fall of Thompson and Pryor put it under stead, in reality, the cry of the mothers For the Climax. Monday night in honor of Miss Per- the money expended in this campaign. And there can be just one more bond deal before Mr. Cleveland goes out prices and new ruin, and so the inter- ranged by law, and not l" metals differ in compa r.it the rooster. and little ones, as they are being ejected On the walls of England's bank, nio McElwaine, 6f Bowling Green, of office. acting causes continue their sad work in the two countries. Wli from homes they once thought their own. who is the guest of Mrs. H. G. McIn England's far off clime, till stoppage and destruction reach such them overvalues Judge Pbyor has demonstrated If the voters w ill be guided by conscious There is not a word of exaggeration in all this, and nothing that every man who does any thinking at Elwaine. all ast dimensions that we call them panic. and causes one ofeither si There hangs a picture of a man his ability and energy as a Judge of and not prejudice and cupidity, William the in ta Who is guilty of a crime. Miss Patsy Golf , of Indian Field, does not feel to be true. The duty now is for every man to think, and then act. Let every man vote according "We are told sometimes that over pro- to that country for salt . the Court of Appeals, and you should Jennings Bryan will surely be elected i A crime that has blighted fondest Clark county, came over to the to his convictions, and let all watch with eyes of lynx the movements of the vicious who have been known to duction is the cause of business depres- is to put a tariff on the m , vote for him. President and all will be well. lt wedding. She is sion, and sometimes itjis true, but gen- or the exportation. hopes Siii h stopping with Mr. Geo. Prewitt, on pollute ballot boxes beforo, and wiio now lie in wait to do it again. erally it is not overproduction but The Democratic party should not And wrecked the purest lives; THE FARMER STILL VOTES. are entirely aside from i'i. be held responsible for the insult to or lack of ability to buy. a government to provult a A crime that has orphaned bright-eye- d Third street. Carlisle at Covington the party There is an overproduction so long as system for its own people The friends of Miss Nancy Hugue-ly- . JUDGE SAUFLEY AND FREE PIKES. boys THE CLAIMS MADE BY The American farmers never voted to oiAiE or umo, VyiTV op Toledo, ) cannot watch a Guiteau or a who has been undergoing treathumanwauts remain unsatisfied. The their industries, prodm-ri- . And widowed happy wives. FEIENDS OF SILVER. demonetize Bilver ; the American people s.s. J Lucas Cousty warehouses are full of pianos, it looks as their institutions. In his charge to the Mercer grand jury, Tin- never voted to demonetize silver, nor did A crime that has pauperized the ment at the Louisville Hospital, will A falling market means prostrabe glad to learn that she is rapidly Circuit Judge Saufiey said: "People who Frank J. Cheney makes oath thathe is if too many were made, hut are there not sively a power of boer i the people know it was being accompoor The impression is that the Repub- plished. Demonetization was the work Harrodsburg Dem- are gravely considering whether the tion, panic, paralysis; the down- the senior partner of the firm of F. J. millions of families that would like to haps the highest powi And doubled the rich man's wealth, recuperating. lican party will be benefited by the of ocrat. county should purchase this corporate ward trend of prices is the path to Cheney & Co., doing business in the city have a fine piano? It is better to devel which a government i nni' class who saw they would A crime that was perpetrated, sir, a particular Carlisle-eg- g episode at Covington; profit Mr. John Downy and wife, of Ma- property with a view to free travel will industrial perdition; the upward of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, op the power of purchase than to cut dependant and does not i! by it, and they accomplished this In secret and by stealth. therefore would it be too much to son county, came up yesterday to be pause to further consider whether a slope of rising values is the plain and that said firm will pay the sum of down tho production, and when a glut name. Under the power t r insinuate that some Republican demonetization by stealth. If you ask Without discussion or consent, lt measure which is advocated by people road back to energy and life, the (100) One Hundred Dollars for each and has come wholly or partlv from the coinmoree with foreign nmi present at the what class demonetized silver, the reply thew the egg ? That crime our Congress passed; wedding. They are stopping who practice spoliation is worthy of their way out of darkest America into every case of Catarrh that caunot he shrinkage of the power of purchase, the have perfect control is the class that are opposing its And when it was discovered with Mr. and Mrs. George Prewitt, support It is human nature that we light of prosperity. Thisj;iant evil cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. cause should be recognized and an effect ports and import of m- tR The South did not endorse the remonetization, that is the "Money PowA nation stood aghast. made to restore the lost power. often juJge a new principle or an untried falling prices, is caused by contractagents. on Third street. Frank J. Chhxey. They deny that under the separate pow t r t assassination of Lincoln by Booth; er" and their Falling prices are often unjust to and regulate money we Sworn to before me and subscribed iu policy by the character and habits of its ion of currency, or by increase of they demonetized silver, in the face of Thejpeople didn't know they'd lost Mrs. Brutus J. Clay, of Bourbon the Democratic party did not enOf all their money the better half. county, came over yesterday to be advocates. If we are evenly balanced in business and changing conditions of my presence, this 6th day of December debtors their debts remain the same, trol over the supply and dorse the assassination of Garfield the proof, yet they cannot deny that ' but their means of payment shrink the production unbalanced in our own country. Thi present at the marriage of her cousin, judgment or doubtful of the proper pansion of the currency. by a due ex- A. D. 1886. by Guiteau; nor does the Democrat- they are opposing the remonetization And that at their ignorance Gold has note calls for as many dollars as ever, whether one coin or out England could afford to laugh. Probably ten or twenA. W.Gleajox Miss Emma Prowitt Chenault. Sho course, the doubt is speedily resolved caused or permitted ic party endorse the insult to Carlisle of silver a fating marty years from now they will deny that For our loss meant England's gain, Notary Public. hut the number of bushels of wheat or of money will retire an- t at Covington. is stopping with Judge J. C. Chen- against that side which is upheld by ket, and carried the nation far on J S E A L bales of cotton that must be 6oId to get circulation, is purely a those whose methods are unlawful. But they opposed its remonetization ault, on North street. Aurs tear meant smiles to her; the those dollars is double what it was when question and depends sol !j I do not place the necessity for your vig- yearsroad to Hades. For thirty John B. Thompson is a twin No one but holders of fixed invest For it made her the British lion we have had falling prices the money was borrowed and the note our own laws. U. S. CLAIMS THE BONDS. ilant search for the perpetrators upon brother of "Little Phil" Thompson, ments can profit by the demonetization Halls Catarrh Cure is taken And us the American cur. this lower plane. I urge it becausa the with consequent oppression of debt- and acts directly on the blood internally was written. so much like him that the of silver, and such people have wasted and is in Arena forOeto h ' A Claimant for the $30,000 Lexing- conduct is and muors, depression of business, and inHere is a table that tells of the House could not their energies trying to show how the The crime to which I refer ton and Louisville bonds recently fensive to outrageous in morals and of- dustrial disaster. The train of events cous surfaces of the system. Ssnd for the farmers' fall the Niagarathe story of "ti ANTED Was the crime of seventy-thre- e ; of agricullaw. "When the F.viTiiKt i. nr or tell one from the other; and as Phil farmer and the laborer will Euffer under testimonials free. discovered in an abandoned trunk men to travel ior ture : The crime that robbed a nation first-clapeople vote for free turnpikes and pay for has been running to destruction. made a Congressman, a change to our constitutional monetary F. J. Chenej & Co. in a Chicago hotel, has appeared givtablished house in Kentucky Free silver will reverse the lever, them you can safely count on Jphn doing system. They forget that the farmer and And enslaved a people free. Sold by Druggists, 75c. VALUE of an acke s product. and expenses. Poiiti.') ' ing tho name of John Lawrence Let nsthen all can lawfully have them. inaugurate a rising markei, afford a 1822 " await that day !" laborer are suffering now as they never And the picture in England's bank, Schoolcraft. likewise. nant. Reference. Enclost He told the Chief of just relief from overweighted debt, 1S86-01871-- 5 1876-8- 0 1881-1S93 dressed stamped envelope. suffered before and that too under By Londoners held dear, Police that the bonds were stolen Awarded and stimulate commerce, nanufact-ure- rs LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. National, Star Iusuranct BI Republican candidate Davidson the gold standard. They have not only Is a picture of John Sherman, D 62 Corn 11.30 10.25 8.81 jtroin him in 1873, and that he had Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, 8.35 Chicago. and agriculture to njw activbobbed up at the court house, Sa- failed to show anything on their side Wheat 11.90 12.00 10.20 9.07 6.00 England's paid agent, here. read of their recovery inthe newspapity. The first silver dollar coined turday night, in the interest of his favorable to the farmer; but thej have 9.81 8.58 Oats 9.17 7.50 5.75 UE0. t. KII.EY ers. Ho gave the numbers of the will buy as much as a dcllar does Hav 14.33 11.57 11.15 1019 10.00 candidacy ior Congress. In com- made a ludicrous spectacle of themselves Paid to ruin and rob his people Corrected Weekly bonds. The Chief was not satisfied, Cotton 2S.55 17.65 15.63 13.S4 10.65 now. Silver will rise tdj $1.29 an parison with John B. Thompson, he by displaying so much interest for the By deed and dark designs, Of Shelbyville, Ky., Kecommen . ., and arranged for another Interview ounce; no one will sell ijj for less Bu"er. oich Total 75.94 59 42 56.40 49.44 40.75 is a potato hill by the side of Joes welfare of the farmer and laborer just nt To paralyze all business Wright's Celerv Capsules. than that sum minus the iixpense of By closing tho silver mines. Lick Knob. If you want the" 8th this critical moment. They know that Averagel5.19 11.88 11.23 Shelbvville. Kv Mar 26. 'KG. To 9.89 8.15 Chickens (live) ....--..- . 5Jclb sending it to the mint, because ho Congressional district properly rep- the farmer of this country is honest to Tho demonetization of silver TOWN MUST PAY. sjik Such is the history of the thirty years' Wright Medical Co., Col., O . a box can have it coined into that at the Chickens (sprine) purchased resented, or in fact, represented at the core, and they have tried to impose Gents Arrested our nation's zeal, & lb war upon the products of the soil. As Wright's I have Capsules from G. mint. This increaso.in v.luo to. be Ducks (live) all, vote for John B. Thompson. Celery A souvenir of our late unlauicnted upon him by dissembling and feigning But Sherman increased his Tichos -. . . . io to,12Jc .'ib the value of the acre diminishes, the gained by minting silver will bring Cheese druggist, and used them J boom was a judgement in favor of Hon. to believe that they understand the Many millions by thd deal. Lwd Sjclb value of the acre decreases also. .Many large amounts of the white motal JOINT DISCUSSION. T. G. Stuart against the city for $500 and Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and question at issue to he one of morals, and If hell is the place for traitors, Beeswax 20clb a man who put his savings into farm into circulation. The consequent and found thatthe sue r--t i interest which represented a forfit put up that they, the sweet scented speculators Who to honor havo bid farewell, S2.50c to .00 lb Isrnd years ago, giving a mortgage for the growth of the currency volume will Ginseng -- On last "Wednesday there was a of Wall Street, represent the moral side. mediate relief every time. 1 think it by MrJ3tuart in regard to ie street Wool (No. 1) ..11 ih 12c lb balance of the purchasing price, finds toraise prices 10, 15, perhapsjjultlmate-ly- . joint discussion at the court house They presume to teach morality and to Then when John Sherman dies railway which was transfers ed to other excellent remedy. 71 His soul will land irxbell. 20 percent, felieveing dlihtors and Burn' and Cott day that the mortgage has swallowed between Messrs. Houk and Roberts, believe that the farmer (whose daily jaarties without Mr, Stuart's consent. Yours very truly, o4clb developing business with ah energy Green hides . . GecW-RI-of Knoxville, Terni. 3Tx. Houk practices show more morality than all And as companions of his doom, 5 to 6c lb the iarm. Suppose Jie had saved 'five 9 The railway company, who was also a de . . . thousand dojlafs, borrowed five thousunknown in this country jsince the slipped into this State with the inten- their professions could imply) is tool i fendant is insolvent, and tbecity .will Cleveland. Und Carlisle shall be; MOST PERFECT 4MADE Feathers (sew) 32c lb and more, sad bought a tea thousand tion of makinganuraber of speeches. enough to come and sit at the feet of i In hottest flames of hell to spend have to pay. The.total amount wilLbe A rwcTGraDe Cream ofTartar PawAtr? Fw period of4he war. This ia - " dollar farm Is Ivaagae, giving &moit-- Wanted-- An idea f s win nuimwiw," mum or any ouw; aouiwrani, :.- - .:- -r . i Mr. Roberts dropped ii something leas th an a 'thousand dollars. onto liis false teachers and, uppliant like, beg to An endless etornityj Gewg C CrowaKeLS0 JMK ., , - " I -i -msviw v jovmwuU UlVVraiXJ. lift for tlw jemmey lie bad borrowed. "' T?. irri'BKr'w , l&t40 YEARS .THSfSTAKTMRD. f mov&mont and .notified Chairman be taught' the true doctrine of Jtoneety J 1 f&ha iwcHA i. "'i . WinchetetJffiOcrat.t? v?" . AA VWW Jt tttXtaCWHmoiy, JttMsitae y -- i the farm, ia '" It tb, jce , t tJ ' ; C . IG 3 .& &.- 4f-S f .3 i . J 9 L J5 !i ' " ttivif ih It - Ii t k lb in One more week and this campaign will have ended. The battle of the ballots will have been fought and the result known. "What the verdict of the people will be no one can tell; but we can hardly believe that an intelligent people can bo induced to bankrupt themselves on account of prating for national honor. Millions of the citizenship of this country have made promises under and honest dealing. They seem to beyeomanry of lieve that the church-gointhis country can be tutored iu honesty by money changers, men who set a price in money on everything that is good, everything that is pure and everything Prore tbtf merit of Hood's Sarsaparlua positive, perfect, permanent Cures. ' that is honest, even to the farmer's vote. of scrofula la severest forms, like Men who prate on morals and prey on Cures goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip the masses are not to be trusted. The disease, sores In the eyes. best protection against' such is the purity Cures of Salt Rheum, witn Its Intense Itching and burning, scald bead, tetter, etc. of the ballot which they are trying to Cures of Boils, Pimples, and all other erupsubvert. The ballot is secret, conscitions due to Impure blood. ence alone will dictate it, ami iu Novem- Cures of Dyspepsia and other troubles where a good stomach tonic was needed. ber it will, with mighty emphasis, reof Rheumatism, where patlent3 were unbuke the present effort to enslave the Cures able to work or walk for weeks. producers of this fair land to the "Money Cures of Catarrh by expelling the impurities Power." which cause and sustain the disease. The farmer of this country and their Cures of Nervousness by properly toning and feeding the nerres upon pure .blood. laborer, the merchant that profits by of That Tired Feeling by restoring all who are inter- Cures strength. Send for book of cures by their purchases and ested in the welfare of the producers of this country should awake to a full reali zation of the importance of the issue. The farmers should stand together. They produce the wealth of this country and are entitled to a just distribution of the fruits of their labor. A dear dollar does not give it- That dollar demands To C L Hood & Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. are tho best too much. It not only eats profits, but MOOQ S FlllS pills, aid digestion. 25c. it assists the mortgage in growing larger and larger. That dollar takes all your produce and more too, and will eventually confiscate all you have. That dollar decreases your earning capacity and diminishes your debt paying power. The Republican party is in the hands C. E. Smith left for Lenoir, Tenn., of the "Money Power." The surrender wasjmade at St. Louis. Many honest Wednesday. Republicans left the party when thej Hon. C. D. Ingles, of Irvine, was in surrender was made. The "Money town Saturday. Power" then controlled its few sympaMiss Belle Bennett visited in Danthizers in the Democratic party and is ville last week. getting them to assist the Republicans Mr. Joe Phelps, of Fayette, was to try to offset the influence of the men here Saturday. w ho left the party in defense of princiMr. Robt White spent Sunday ple. But the farmer must remember that many Republicans who had good with friends in Irvine. Mr. John H. Embry, of Nicholas-villthings to say for the farmer have rewas here Saturday. mained in the party that is still Republican by name and these men are now Miss Patton, of Huntsville, Ala., against the farmer. The list of such is visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Irvine. men is long. Miss Alice Lloyd, of the Madison One the most conspicuous examples Institute, w?.s in Lexington Monday. g Cures TO THE VOTERS OF THE UNITED STATES A crisis has been reached in the thirty years' war which Jias beoru waged upon bimetallism by the bond' brokers and gold gamblers of the world. The first victory of our enemies was in 1873, when the congres 3 of tho United States demonetized silver in this country without,knowing it, through'tho craffc of John Shonmui. "Within a few years from that time nearly all'tho mints of the world were closed to silver. The friends of the double standard havo succeeded since then in i arcing the coinage of more than four hundred millions of legal teflder silver monoy in this country, and havts,pri served seven hundrvd millions of legal tender silver in the circulation of France. party made and advance in 1893, stopping' tho purchase of silver for coinage in the Tho United States, and closing the mints of India to silver. This victory 1 o. r monometallism resulted in arousing the masses of tho people in tho United States, and inspiring them with a . Jetermination to exterminate the single-gol- d standard. The gold power7hitherto potential in tho councils of both pari ies, I las been forced by the Democratic masses to relinquish its hold upon the Democratic party, and In its desperati on it has tightened its grasp upon the Republican organization. An unbought and unpurchasable National Democrat Convention, gave the friends of bimetallism a cham pion and a hero in the person of William Jennings Bryan, and placed him before tho voters of this country on a platform which is a new declarat'on of independence of foreign control. The leading scientists and statesmon of Europe who advocate bimetallism have been filled with hope by these events. They earnestly exhort us to go forward without waiting for an international agreement, asurin" us that no such agreement can be had until we have acted; and that when v,re shall have acted, the other "reat nations will follow our lead. H the battle of November is won by the friends of tho double standard it will restore prosperity throughout the world; It will give healthful uses to capital, which is now hidden away, fearing investments in anything but m -gold-standard ) : UP MR Zi E o STAIR o . ( M CHARGE OF Hood's Sarsaparilla after-dinn- 81 D.FLO m AK HAVE onr Store Crowded With Gocds in great variety at LOWEST PRICES . ) 8) - -- 8 8) 0) (8 0) fJpfflSONALSSl We have our Clothing on Second Floor, whf-.find a large lighted room filled with Overcoat. I. Men's Suits in all styles, and prices lower than It will pay 3'ou to look through our stock. . jQQ' ' " Forty cases to select In Boots, 50c up ; We can only say come and Men's Boot mortgages; It will curb the arrogance of the world's e, - HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. , a .l.t 1 I I AV- -- V.J-- J Sj-m- I SJHr-i?- - t.i I - f Hani flarta, Giilleii 1 1 1 ." 1 be-rne- an ELDER'S BARGAIN STORE,; i new-politic- al ! Lex-idgto- n, , n, be-lei- . Har-rodsbu- rg ! well-guard- ed - . i I- T-- .. -- -- I Evans-Chenau- -- Pren-dergra- st -- -- to-d- ay Evans-Chenau- to-da- y or I to-da- y. -- - Senato-Morga- n, door-keep- er re-p- oT ss 0 5 1 1 J tncer BAKING POWDtfl i- -j . ! -.--. ! 2-t 1 E-- -- 1 ....'. ..........,. I i -- Cocs'-.-patio- n - Se-l- b Dry-hide- s v fthe-hea- rt - V V- . , II-- .. -- - ? :- 'JP- fin .- - 1 :&' f !k t To-da- jaot-.wor- U "- -- CliiiJpiig -- ijfellTife-, nr - .M f . en r? -- 'i -- nr t yi;- - "so ?: ? - "WW - AU rV- - iy . " 1 -- r '. s . r V "V e y v I- - K" n ! M- - THE CLIMAX. Ths Climax Printing I i and honest dealing. They seem to beJohnfcon. Johnson requested yeomanry of erts to go after Houk; he Is chasing lieve that the church-goin- g him through the State and has been thi3 country can be tutored in honesty PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY able, so far, to force a division of by money changers, men who set a price in money on everything that is good, time. Co. Both are young men of ability and everything that is pure and everything Prove the merit ot Hood's Sarsaparilla post-tlvperfect, permanent Cures. each did justice to Ins party "We, that is honest, even to the farmer's vote. Cures of scrofula In severest forms, like PRICE TER YEAR, 1.50. however, felt that Sir. Roberts, who Men who prate on morals and prey on goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip disease, sores In the eyes. represented Democracy, had much the masses are not to be trusted. The - $1.25 IN ADVANCE, best protection against such is the purity Cures of Salt Bheum, with Its intense itching the better of the diheussion. and burning, scald head, tetter, etc. of the ballot which they are trying to WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1S9G. Cures of Bolls, Tlroples, and all other erupNOT SUITABLE JURORS. subvert. The ballot is secret, conscitions due to impure blood. ence alone will dictate it, arid in Novem- Cures of Dyspepsia and other troubles where ADVES.TISX1TG RATES.. a good stomach tonic was needed. On last Tuesday week we noticed ber it will, with mighty emphasis, reJ2 horceback parade several gen- buke the present effort to enslave the Cures of Rheumatism, where patients were unH 5 H 0 in the 0 sr a a a or walk for weeks. k o n a o tlemen who had served, either on producers of this fair land to the "Money Cures able to workby expelling the impurities of Catarrh 3; 2 3 ?.id or uetit juries, at the last Power." which cause and sustain the disease. 5 S 2 Rob- ' " Cures Knousnes3-l)y.pn)pe.rl- TO THE VOTERS OF T IE UNITED STATES fM&ttttfi e, "''! mmm m - i !.' . n 3 y i -- SPACET 1 : : f : m s. : 2 3 - bond' A crisis has been reached in the thirty years' war whfch .has been waged upon Mnictallisiri by the r . brokers and gold gamblers of the world. The first victory of our enemies was in 1873, when: the congres 3 of the United States demonetized silver in this country withoutjuiowlhg it, through'the craft of John Sherman. "Within a few years from that time nearly alltho mints of the world were closed to silver. The friends of the double standard have succeeded since then in J jrcing the coinage of more than four hundred millions of legal tender silver money in this country, aad havepri served seven hundred millions of legal -- II UP STAIR O.J m CHARGE AADO OF i : I : : : : 5- - j . - !u4i of y toning and tender silver in the circulation of France. innn M ...; ha nrirlmc nf ilvc-fn- r ctiln&sm. in til 1 3 4 5 5oS35$4joT Inch. $ ii oo J 3t jo 3 50 7 00 a Inches, 75 J Col. CoI 1 Col fl.D. FLORA! Crowded With uIS LOWEST PRICES." Inches, Inches. Inches. 3if'oIM. x 50 3 50 300 . x8 or 6 00 9 00 13 00 27 o S 00 1 00 177s 34 10 00 15 00 2t 50 4 3 50 400 400 joo 600 60012 cm 7 50 9 00 15 5 00 so 00 00 $. ISSN i I lemon, 5 cents a. line for each adds Obituaries, resolutions of reopeet I ter at half rates. No specified pos CJTReadmg notices so cents a I S ! If SHOWS CA18S I n STRONG REASONS PRESENTED. By the International Atrrlcnltural for Rcmonctlzlng SUvcr. Sept 20, 189C The undersigned members of the international agricultural congress at h desire to put on record the following facts: (1) That during the three days' debate not one speaker has denied that the depression in agriculture results from the phenomenally low prices of all the products of agriculture. (2) That the connection between tho currency and agrarian issues has been almost unanimously affirmed by tho representatives of ogriculture at this congress. (3) That the great majority of the speakers, independently of their currency views, confirm the opinion of the leading agricultural authorities, that there is no overproduction in cereals; anil, therefore, the fall of prices cannot be referred to (4) That every gold monometalllKt speaker has admitted that bimetallism would raise tho price of agricultural produce. (5) That no gold monometallist has used the argument, which used to prejudice the position H the bimetallists namely, thiTVte restoration of silver to legal tender is i device of Indebted whowish to pay their creditors in a depreciated currency. The undersigned are convinced that the existing crisis in agriculture can be nrrested by an international settlement of the currency question, and they therefore are of the opinion that it is the first duty of tho tarious governments to cooperate without delay, eo as to secure a settlement of the currency and exchange trouble. Con-Gre- w 1 ft ' ss Buda-Pest- 0 ri -l m $s$ GOOD AS GOLD. If gold and silver bullion were mony, why Ithe laws of this and other countries defining the degree of fineness of tho metal, the amount of alloy in tho coins, their weight and the value of each coin, nnd making them a legal J lVE our Store great variety at ' ' ) ii """"r"l SILVER TO BE ur Clothing on Second Floor, u hted room filled with Overem 'all styles, and prices lower the to look through our stock. I ej (i i) ) FOR BRYAN. A True Analysis of the Presidential Ballot Being: Taken by the Chicago Record, Buda-Pest- h, pC I "We can only say come i (i 114 it ifi lili s ? f K x rp .vv ft fir if t. ." m y v I Thjo fnlsehood resorted to by the gold II standard advocates has for its object to deceive the American people Into I in Almost voting for a policy by which th!e standard money of this country of ' (i was stricken down, thus reducing the lead Pencils lc, Thimbles lc, l),u volutne of the money which fixed A CORRECT SHOWING. ! rhread 4c, Dolls 5c up, Tea Pot of all the other property, from NO DOLLARS. -" I riOc up, 3 Spools Thread 10c, Lace " "'0,000 to $3,250,0O0 : unfw Shades 10c up. ) iling a correspon reduaiion "in Larger Per Cent of Republican Votes DEMOCRATIC T property values; raralvzing industry, J, This Is Not a Questi -- ut for Bryan Than of Democratic arresting cnterp: rendering agriI) raying of Remonetized, Votes for McKinley. roa rnESinExculture, the controlling industry of this I) country, unprofitable; producing an Coined N.uney. "WM. J. BRYi amount of financial distress never lj of Nebraska before known In this country,, Ai This Rate of Gain Bryan Will Carry the t Hose 5c, Ladies' Vests with sleeves l 8 A Reply to a False CZiarj;e Against the nnd causing tens of thousands vejio doubt the largest stock to stlt State of IUlnoU by 30,000 Majority ron vice riiEsin 811ve Ly (I U. of men to be denied employment.--- ' John ,jlir This Is 'What the Record's Ballot ithis city. AUTHUIt SEW. Iteugun. of Texas A Hank DecepBeaUy Shows on a Correct and their families to suffer for the want -- 8: Uoldbu-Mado tion at the Analysis Palmer Is of the necessaries of life, nnd causing of Maine. Perfectly PlaSn. Not In It. thoso who still have work to vvork"nn a pair up. Comforts uj l) FOR CONGRESS short time, and filling the country with tramps. All this wrong nnd suffering . Oct 5, ISM. Austin. JOHN B THOM Chicago, Oct 19, 1896. (Special.) 8 s used by the in order to increase the value of bonds One of the tial-otwjthstanding the fact that the of Mercer coun i c advocates of the single gold standard nnd other credits and money in the go'ng; taken by the Chicago Record LABOR'S FRIEND KOT THIS YEAR, is the false representation that if the bands of the rich" while sinking the ti 'rep FOR JUDGE OF THE COl'KT LSeen boycotted by the silver nifn policy of the ec anwl unlimited coin-ni- f great mass of the people, the working, ol mjughout Chicago and the west, and 8) Cnives 5c up, Hammers 5c to ". - adopted It would W. S. PRYO Vi Denve T"Newa. people, the common people, the real' nfslhn should b Lat the returns received Indicate that 6' t39c, Hat and Clothes Hacks 10, . tvo tho wages oft the laborera and creators of wealth, deeper nnd deeper' of Henry Con Vcut In ;lt has been boycotted and ignored, it doIIai3 into poverty and wretchedness. ut Sc, Scissors 5c to 4Sc, JTaik- iomel them to take 9 dla rupee paper. 'shows oonclusbely when analyzed that that London ANNOU CANDIDATES Will the people allow themselves to operators during ,.he summer, in an vithout an Increase of the rate of their 'ea Spoons 4c a set, Table Spo i 8) JMr. Bryan will sweep Illinois and the ticipation 01 me sweeping victory lr vnges; that those receiving salaries bo deceived by such a device into help ces Sc, Nickle Alarm Clocks (i:ii u central western states. The returns 5 the pay they incr to nerneluate the irold stnndnrd' FOR JSlLTtf" iue uuiicu oiuies ior irei silver boun would get but rom Ccck county, when analyzed, as iters lc. Large Graters 4c, Kinve-- a HAS ADVANCED. rupee paper as a speculative vuture. now receive; that thfso having money policy, and to put themselves into aj 5 they have been below, show that he James C. set, Wash Basins Imperial Ena-These operators made a prout in this on deposit in savings panics would only w..H...va. v. a.,u.Ma oU..JT IV, lilt: ,will carry Cook county by 30,000 maJailer of MaJbCTjunty, 25, Hair Curlers 3c and 5c, War paper, sold it, and India being the receive from the ba.nk in return for money changers and aristocrats of jority; that he will carry the state olccl Democratic pari dc liars, which America and Euronc? Frays and Brush 15c, Cooking natural has been buying. their Ita Value la Gauged Sololy by Another home for Itbeen the very dull would deposits of Cook county by 50,000 majority, ol what would be but ATT. Fish is a candidate- The man who talks nbout factor has "ing Spoon (heavy) 17 inches lon " end that be will have a total majority ""of Madison county, subject the Laws of Supply and shows his Ignorance on the subject;' trade of East Indian countries and be due them; that the endowment Signed in the entire state of more than 80,000. AXiPHONSE par action of the Democratic China and Japan for raw materials, funds of colleges and universities would or, If he is not ignorant, that he is at- ALTiARD, Director Central Demand. While ttie Record's ballot is not a fair be reduced In value, as would tempting by falsehood and fraud to Agricultural Chamber, Belgium. such as teas, silks, etc." IS S1.50 DP. TELESCOPES Z'y test, and cannot be a fair test of the ARDENT, y ver Prussian Diet. all trust funds. puijlio ixstp ' their great injury. Aside from the speculative influences for suit. JsjEaUgth of the siler eentiment in Cbl- - APCIIENDOP.P, Secretary German Bistatement is repeatea This 'HIGH GOLD; LOW WHEAT which have been at work in silver, the day by frightful the newspapers, and You may Inquire what influence I' metallic League. Mrs. John "Williamson ' bnows day by icago Caps AH Prices. Laundred SLrK DOUTMY. Odessa, Russia. think the free and unlimited coinage laws of supply and demand have unSuperintendent I didate for single gold standthat wherever a democrat is BAUDUIN. President Society of Agriculdoubtedly goterned present prices of other adv ocates of thp argument to pre- of silver at the ratio of 1G to 1 will havf struction for Madison com tespectfnlly submitted to the Cash I r . ture, Holland. noting for McKinley more than twice ard, as a controlling1 on the purchasing power of gold ject to the action of the Dt Enormous Exportation Caused by Short wheatthisExtraordinary causes ore at vent the people from voting for the can- silver money. If such coinage shallnnd i (that number of republican are voting WILLIAM FIELD. Member of Parliaparty. in- year to adtanco tho price of work ment represent tho policy of the crease the volume of circulating money j ,for Bryan. Crops In India, Russia, Argentina MORETON FREWEN, Ireland, VIco wheat, and wero it not for the depres- didates who coinige of silver. the effect will be, to the extent of President Bimctallio League, Great ' The following table, taken from the 6 and the United States. sion which is due to the rise of the free and unlimited POR SUPERINTENDENT o' that Britain. The newspapers and men who are urg- increase, to raise the prices of commod- - ' JRecord, and indorsed by the gentle-me- n COUNT price of gold, wheat prices would now ing tins statement know it to br n SCHOOL0. HOENSBROCH. Member of Diet in charge of the ballot, proves this CHEVALIER HOHENBLUM, Delegate ' ities, be very high. The wheat crop in the They make i'o rid uce nnd in the same proportion to re-- " (to be true: J. "W. Warkrs is a cane Austrian Chamber of Agriculture. the purchasing power of money.' United States is ery short this year, stupendous falsehood. L Superintendent of Public tlicy can, look as plausible VON KARDORKF. Member of Reichstag. Avcrago Prices Gradually Declined Since MrKlnley. IChlc&tro. palmer. Bryan. being 5C,000,000 bushels less than the tho changes on as In every and ring Mated in another way, it will make SUvcr Was Demonetised India Baying Madison county, subject to 182 .32 posUble U IS) .20 TS .13 COUNT ICAROLYL President Hungarian 1st ward it property denrer and money cheaper m average crop for 20 jears. The last Society of Agriculture. 101 Rupee Paper and t heat Specu809 . 1.333 259 .19 44 .U end ' of the Democratic party. And by this jmeiins have deDS! 92 .31 1.732 93 .19 .17 COUNT JCOI.OWRAT, Austria. 8rd Main Street, Riclunond, Ky. government crop report placed the crop form. and arc mislead ing thousands of proportion to the amount of the inlation lias Only FoUowcd Nat8S1 114 .30 2,120 872 .17 63 .17 PAUL MAYER. Member of Reichstag. ceit cl 4ta H ural Tendency of Highat 411,000,000 bushels. Add fo this the honest people w ho nuj' rot be able to crease of the volume of money. And 615 98 69 .84 134 .0 8 .03 lUx von DOLLINGEN, Member of FOR CLERK MADISON CIP.CP 61 801 692 er Prices What Mr. .20 6th 19 .23 12 .04 PLOETZ available supply of 52,000,000, the offithis is the reason why the plutocrats Reichstag. 492 43 .3 129 .'.6 172 4 .02 7ta f) John Cudahy Says. 2Zl cial estimated reports, makes the total detect the fraud which 's being prac- so earnestly oppose free coinage. It N S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incu RAEDER, Deputy Farmers AssociaS&3 94 .27 .. .. F. eta V iiS M on them. ticed . ) a candidate for Clerk of tli 133 .24 7 .03 tions. Denmark. etU tt7 (0 .19 policy nnd to crop 463,000,000. The exportation of i 24 100 .81 1,143 233 .21 19 .09 LEON RAFFALOVICH, President Bank I0ta y What are the real f.actu as to this? their dear money and their interest to Circuit Court, subject to Chicago, Oct 20. (Special.) The rewheat has been phenomenal this year, Tho gold standard advo-atechenp property 3 1.115 193 .18 13 .05 18 62 11th of Commerce, St. Petersburg. as the have of the Democratic party. Sllixg makket. of the mortsae, fai l2ta $ 831 117 .80 2.833 877 .15 63 .10 ROESIKE. Vice President Bund der cent advance of 17 cents a bushel in and if kept uf vhe present rate will sltati'ments, com- nnd labor. Whiie it is to the interest H 4 .Oi 09 .17 98 .83 1.203 99 13ta of their false Landwlrth, Germany. the Tjrice of wheat has given rise to con-si- reach fully ISu.'OOO.OOO bushels, leaving basis silver bullion divested of the qual- and should be the policy of the Indus231 .SO 23 .09 74 72 .3 1.119 M4ta (' vonred hia five thuu.' 853 107 .80 1.143 231 .20 19 .03 HENRY SEGNIER. Editor French Jour'15th I' Mo discussion as to what extent for sheriff. but 313,000,000 bushels for consumption pareof money, uncoinctl and not a legal trial classes who make the wealth of left only the debt, at ti i 711 184 .3 10 .03 43 .10 llBlh' I) 21 nal of Agriculture. t ' ity ,is, a calamitv almost the republican managers have par- and seed purposes in this country, tender, with gold, vvuiich is by law the country, who have a suflicient sup1C7 849 49 .14 43 .19 7 .04 17th t H. H. Colyer is a cai SCIIACK SOMMER. England. and the .- .- -- ..:! ,16th tt. 813 109 .31 C50 132 .22 3 .07 SYDOW DOBBERPHUL, Berlin. VICV1 .to- UIVII Mill. ticipated in the adance. Many er- which is not enough for the actual coined into money nnld made a legal ply of money to stimulate enterprise It er the farm:mortgagee b.iu Sheriir of Madison couri fc8 .22 675 '131 .4 7 .04 E94 10th 4 in now themorr COUNT SCHWERIN, Member of Reichto the action of the roneous statements are made, among needs. and industry, nnd make the coimtry manufacturers and ' 102 44 .27 5a3 118 .21 17 .10 iEOth. lender in payment of While dues mid stag. "t.141 637 81 .19 lGo .21 20 .12 121st ' party. Probably one of tho greatest influ- all debts, to the nmo'iint stamped on prosperous and the people contented which beingonenttributing the advance aen out ol enipiov- - covers the whole farm and ti COUNT SZECnENYI. Hungary. 13 009 199 .83 83 .13 i22nd M .6. notliiii". to McKlnley's probable election and the ences that have ever appeared in the each coin. Is this am honest and happy. And by restoring silver ns 670 105 .18 3 .03 38 M .97 i23rd ,l irjilouble way to 933 213 .3 89 .16 43 67 .27 REV. ISAAC W. HIGGS. FOR COUNTY ASSEi Uth '' This is a fair example probable defeat of silver in November. history of tho wheat trade has been panic- Docs it sptf.ik the truth'. a part of the standard money the deA v ery 821 1,000 63 .27 04 .19 53 .19 25th One republican paper ghes credence to Argentina's production of enormous Docs it not, in effect, assert a thinly mand for gold will bo somewhnt reduced, 53 .95 19 .07 National Party's Nominee for Governor disastrous processes that 77 64 .23 1.15.1 C. Miller is a ,20th James 'nmthe time a mer-lr517 9 .9 87 .18 14 .14 l7th ' 100 for Assessor of Madison co of Illinois Resigns and Supports Bryan, the statement that inasmuch as (he quantities of wheat, which began a disguised, but gross awl monstrous, and it will, to that extent, be less 23th buys bis goods or ing on all over the countr - 143 IS .3 479 73 .15 10 .07 Altgeld and free SUvcr. few j ears ago, and ever since that falsehood? Let us see. value of wheat to the farmers in this ject to the action of the I 899 the property of the 60 23 .24 8 '2th " 800 104 .23 1,863 97 .18 3 .04 idly in the AVest and i?ot.r (If congress and 41 SOth .03 Vtime he sells, may party. .9 country has been a factor of the first the nations should prwvcnt the coin- country. But the free coinage of silver Bev. Isaac W. Biggs has resigned country has increased in the neighbor193 173 59 .80 1.193 15 81 .13 can wonder thai our pet , 81st " iccted profit into loss he hood of $100,000,000, there can be no Importance. Last year sho shipped age of gold bullion, as Inks been done will cause no serious disturbance to tho 842 .17 69 .3 the' nomination of tho national party 74 .13 1,982 24 tna " '83rd 63 .23 93 818 " to tidej him over, hop come desperately lio&tile t 5 .02 12 201 enormous quantities of wheat and this as to silver bullion, depriving it by business of the country. for governor of Illinois, and has ac- possible doubt but that the gold Vote for free silver. 99 .83 1.7S3 67 .13 49 .80 50 S4th " system that caused or pt has done it 'ear nothing, nor will she, as her crop law of the quality of, money, then 879 S3 10 .80 JOHN II. REAGAN. J .13 12 .83 companied his resignation with an adCicero.... jcover, hut prices fall I s practically ruined. The crop of Aus- the gold bullion wouidjnut be money, Arena. value of wheat is gauged absoThe dress to his party, from Vthich tho Vote for more monej ns year, and instead lTotalS.. 9.170 t'n .7 84.530 6,589 .19 903 .10 lutely by the unalterable laws of sup- tralia is only 30 per cent of last year, no more than silver bullion is now. NOT AFRAID OF FREE SILVER. following is taken: money. Uie loan an ever in- PARITY OF GOLD .v Note. The column to the light of Bryan , am also constrained to say that ply and demand, aided temporarily at and the most conservative of the esti- And the gold bullion vvpuld become a to nt his neck. Year 'vote thows number of Bryan voters who V I A DOMESTIC iH ' mates of the damage to the Russian commodity ns silver bultion is now, and Free Coinage Will Enable This Company by speculative influences. SpecVote for Smith and voted for Harrison In 1692; the next column I shall cast my vote and influence in times to "letter Accommodate Its Patrons. j pies to regain what he DEPEXDIN(; --civAfl nprepntairfi- The column to thfi Hirhf 8upport of the Chicago democratic ulators occasionally advance or break crop give a decrease under last year of would simply bring what it would bo Bryan and Sewall elect The Swiss international loan agency, 'of McKinley vote shows the number of platform and its candidates, and would the price of wheat acording to the opi continue to fall and 150,000,000 bushels. The "almost comOX OUR worth for use in the arts. The same is with hcadqu.irters at Mount Vernon, j ,WcKlDley voters who voted for Cleveland bo f increase, until at last glad to have every nationalist in portunities offered in the exereise of the plete failure of the crop of India has true of silver. LAW A vote for the roost in 1S92. and the next column rives this In has made many loans in Illinois. Mr. j editors, Eonie of them To make on honest comparison of 'percentage. The column to the right of the state do the same, as I believe that, business. There are evidences at the brought about a condition of things for the entire Democrats Timotliy tiruaz represents the agency 'the- Palmer vote elves the percentage of next to the national party, the demopresent time which show clearly that tvhich has never existed in the history gold and silver, and to! tell the honest mseif with falling Silver and gold nnd lias addressed the follow ing letter Bryan vote cast by Palmer voters. Df the grain trade before. Add to these cratic party best represents the inter- either the republican national committruth, we must compai-- gold ioin, in- to his patrons: s by his Don't forget that nob themselve-- . The above table shows the votes cast ests of the great mass of the common tee or a syndicate in close touch with features the failure in the potato crop vested with the iegal' tender quality, are soon upon with their uses as "To My Many Patrons in Southern man of them all, Judge investrAl with the same and counted in the Chicago Record's people, and that in the future the it has recently been participating in In Germcny and Ireland. with silver coin ks- .- Failures and the metals, will mnintai ' you go to the polls. postal card election as It appears in privileges and the liberties of a frto a speculative syndicate vthich has for The exportation of wheat, In quan- quality. Doing that, cp find the silver Illinois In answer to the numerous inquiries relative to the probable luturo ;nt of industry due to el or parity of value that paper on Tuesday, October 13. suffrage to the wage earners of the ita purpose the making of campaign tity, has been astonishing, in the last coins in the United S ites, not silver action of this international loan agency two weeks over 8,000,000 bushels hav- bullion, worth as much3 n the purchase Put your X under the nts of a falling market and on any ratio th.ir 'Alongside of the votes cast for Bryan nation will largely depend upon the capital in addition to a few dollars. I beg to state that I represent several s of property and in Tuesday and you will 'and McKinley is placed the number of result of tills coming election." of employment. Hav-j- such country could It is often asserted that during th; al- ing been shipped. A number of payment of Swiss capitalists, true and steady rewere sent to India, being the first debts as the coins of go d. And we find Bev. Mr. Biggs makes a strong ar- most continual decline in the price of Those voting who voted for the opposiof your natural life they cannot buy as gold arc at pnritj publicans cf the old school, nil without, ml tion candidate in 1602. It will be seen raignment of tho great corporations silver bullion since the demonetization shipments ever made to that country. that more than $1,000000,000 of silver any reservation favoring the free and i a shrinking demand is to 1, and in the Unit. .' -Big operators in wheat like John Cud- coins in circulation in Europe are at that 27 out of every 100 who voted for for coercing dependent labor, de- of silver In '73, the price of wheat has One X is enough to mger and perplexities to 1. That is becau of both gold and sil- ahy, W. T. Baker, W. R. Linn, August par with gold. Why tftis? Simply be- unlimited coinage Bryan voted for Harrison in 1892, while nounces tho political methods of Wall advanced, and the differences of relaBryan and Seall ? .usin? a further fall of ranged hy law, and Brosseau and Armour have had men out cause both are coined mitb the value of ver at the American ratio of sixteen ! street, us explained by Henry Clews, tive worth have '10 out of every 100 who voted for gradunlly been Thompson and Pryor to one as the shortest road to general uin, and so the voted for Cleveland In 1893.' and closes with a strong appeal to the widened. That this is not true is for months to estimate this year's crop, tho coins fixed by law. metals diiler in conic the rooster. prosperity here and abroad, nnd fur- - J their S3d work in the two countries Here is a net rain of eight per cent, for members of the national party to cast shown in the report of the United States the reports received by them have Has anyone ever seen a dolshould the free coinrgeof sil- - J ther, that !Mr. Bryan. their votes for Brynu and Aitgeld and department of agriculture showing the caused them to give expression to the lar In this country? 'Of course not. ver prevail, I expect to accommodate destruction reach 6uch them overvalues eitliJudge Pryor has average price of wheat for tho years belief that the United States would this And why not? Becnuse orr more than my clients much better in the will also be seen that ten votes are free silver. that we call them panic and causes one of th It future J his ability and energy t ralee less than 400,000,000 bushels 400,000,000 silver dollars, or their repBefore silver .cost for Palmer to every 100 cast for G1t Hanna four years of power amd he 1860 to 1895, inclusive. aetimes that over pro-u- to that country for -- alls in the past. Yours for free thought, 5 the Court of Appeals, i was demonetized it sold at $1.29 per of wheat Upon these estimates, and resentatives, ore the cbintd money of than co'uage, and above nil, free men, n (Bryan. This table also shows that would paint tho White Ilouse black. of business depresfree to put .1 tariff on i vote for him. he enormous exporting demand, they the United States, tbejir value fixed ;these changes from Harrison to Bryan He will utterly destroy every vestige ounce. From 1SGC to 1SG9 the average "TIMOTHY GRUAZ." ses iti3 true, hut the exportation. of wheat was $1.18 a bushel. From have built their hopes for higher prices. by law, and they afe njiade a legal tenand Cleveland to McKinley are in of trades unionism, for he will hate the price k but The Democratic par are entirely aide from 'favor of Mr. Bryan in Cicero and 25 of urmy, the uaty and the treasury at hi3 1870 to 1873, $1.04; from 1S74 to 18S0, 95 Ihat they do not take any stock in the der for all debts. Uencc, those now The Intelligence of the World. S of ability to hny. a government to prov 1. be held responsible for the 84 wards of the city. If the percent- command. Ho ill discover that it is cents; from 18S1 to 1SS5, 83 cents; assertions so often made by the repub- coined are as good as gold. Senator Teller says "the college pro-- ! 18S6 to 1S90, 77 cents, and from licans that the advance in the price of jrproduction so long as sj'stem for its own p age of changes as shown herein cheaper to abolish manhood suffrage from Carlisle at Covingi No laborer, no person drawirg a sal- fessors cf Europe arc all on the side of wheat is due to the belief in the minds ary, no depositor in a bank will be bimetallism; the leading European J Jmain unsatisfied. The their industries, prodti are a correct indes of what may than to buy votes; and next November 1891 to 1895, 60 cents. With the apprecannot watch a Guiti ?v ,"be expected of the voters of Chi- may be the last chance that moneyless ciation in the price of gold the ten- of the people that McKinley will be paid, nor will any offer be aiad to pay financiers of Europe those who have t ull of pianos, it looks a3 thoir institution-- , "r dergrast cago and Cook county Mr. Bryan men eter may have to record their dency is for higher prices for wheat, elected Is shown in the statement made them, with silver bulUon. They may made finance a study are on the side 1 j made, but are there not sivelyapower of -- v. will sweep Chicago by a splendid vote. votes for president Many republican and it is recorded that in so far as by Mr. John Cudahy, who said it made be paid in coined silver, ns they moy of a double standard, and no silver m:n Hies that would like to haps the highest pw The impression is tl On a basis of th 1892 vote, giving him worklngmen ore thoughtlessly going money can have any influence on the no difference who was elected presi- now be lawfully paid in ccined silver; need b" afraid that the intelligence of " 3? It is better to devel-- l lican party will bo of this country, wheat this year but the dollars in which they could which a gorernuiont t0 per cent of the prohibitionists, and to the ballot box just as an ox goes to price of wheat, high prices for silter dent be the world is not on his side. f, episode at i. purchase than to cut oil the populists, and taking from him a barbecue gayly decorated in honor have always brought high prices for would go up just the same. and dot'- - m't so paid would be lollars, and "We fought Great Britain once un-- 5 therefore would it be etion, and when a glut name. Under the pov In corn, oats and provisions, there is equal to gold., because thej would buy der the bimetallic system; we ten per cent of his vote which will go of its own death. Bev. Herbert (J. wheat Such advance howevor, would fought not bo uniform with the advance of no shortage in this country, and such as much property and "pay as much of a ily or partly from the commerce to Palmer, as shown by this table, ho Cassou, Lynn, Mass. that some j with forein neignuuri.ijj both silver and wheat Under a bimeminor advances us have boon made debt as the same number of gold dollars. fought under couuirr unuer it, ana we egg ? will have a plurality over McKinley of thew the oower- of nnrphasp. , th - havoperffct control j$. . - r it the greatest civil wcr Now, Mr. McKinley, sapposo you let as tallic system the premium would be from the lowest prices 80,534 votes in Cook county. that have been If it be said that the sump of the ever waged. recognized and an effect ports and imports f know In some of your speeches what you The South did not e In the Record of Wednesday, October think of monopolies and trusts. Yon have removed from gold, and silver, of ever recorded in either of thec com- government and the mandate of the (he lost power. under the fcopurate " r with law make the coin of greater value than 14, the vote of Illinois, outside of Cook heard of snch things, liavo you not? Do course, would advance. This would in modities nre only in We be levo tliat in tne restoration of assassination of Xiinco". t are often unjust to and regulate monej v a measure equalize the advanee in the the advance In the price of wheat county, and the changes from Har- yon think they are so lnslgnlOcant that the bullion, the answer may be made silver to Its legitimate oDlco ns standard the Democratic par, tj Jehts remain the same, trol over the supply a Should this country remain upon a that the present value of gold is fixed coin Its bullion valuo wlU lxr so enhanced, rison to Bryan and Cleveland to Mc- yon need not even mention them? You price of wheat. According to the estidorse the absassmati' jj; by tho demand created by Its free and have made more than half a hundred mate made by one of the most promigold standard basis, gold would cer- by law. (of payment shrink the in our own country. Kinley are gyen, showing a net gain of by Guiteau; nor doest-"- , coinage that no difficulty will not a word have you i many dollars as ever, whether one coin or tainly go to a higher premium. A leada little less than 11 per cent for Bryan. speeches, andand monopolists, Wallspoken nent grain dealers in Chicago, the An act of the British parliament anUmlted u ic party endorse the infr street wheat would be ing bullion firm in Wall street has re- passed in the year 1$j, 5t years ago, be experienced In maintaining silver nt a from I of bushels of wheat or of money In this report Mr. Palmer's vote is five about trusts will retire a laws, the encroachparity with other standard money; and so "'f at Covington. about one dollar, while silver would at cently been selling calls on gold, dated requires the Bank of Ppglind to pur- we denounce ns false and per cent of the vote cast for Mr. Bryan. syndicates, that must be sold to get circulation, is purclv i malicious the ments of corporate greed. Mr. McKinley, beyond election day, at l1. per cent pre- chase all the gold prjfjenfed to It at statements so frequently mado by oar op Taking the vote of 1892 as a basis, giv- sometimes sllcnco ll silver and sometimes once go to $1.29. double what it was w hen question nnd depend- - John B. Thomps." of the prohibitionists and It is suspicious. ing The Wall Street Journal gives the mium. This shows clearly the belief of tbreo pounds, seventeen sllllings and ponents that free coinage means a dollar l borrowed and the note our own laws. TJ. S. following explanation of the weakness Wall street in higher prices for gold nine pence per ounce." Tliat fixes the of less valuo than oneSndrcd cents. all the populists to Bryan, and taking brother of "Iiittle Ph arc absolutely confi- in silver, so far as It is considered as shouldMcKinleybeelected. On theotner price ail over the world, lest, the cost of Resolution of tho Nejfljjgfrb Democracy. The democrats Morgan, in Arena for Octo away from him five per cent for the and is so much liko? e that tells the story of Palmer vote, and It gives Mr. Bryan out- dent that Bryan will carry Iowa by Land, should this country go to a bi- transportation to London. So that its a commodity: of the iffin t the Niagan of agricul- In 1892 the state gave Harrison Senator Brice, of Ohio, has finally j side of Cook county a plurality of "The explanation given by dealers of metallic basis by the election of Mr. price is not governed by lis intrinsic FAlTHil 1 tell one from the otlu. WASTED travel for n :'. 19,503 and Cle eland, Weater and tho the weakness in silver is absence of Bryan, the price of silver would at once value, but by un act of parlhmeiit; and announced his opposition to Bryan. 49,643. Combining this plurality with made a first-clatnblished house in Kentc k r "' that of Cook county, viz.: 30,534, and prohibition candidate 222,888 voles. demand for Ii.dia. This is considered go to $1.29 per ounce. In consequence this makes it In that money. This was quite to be expected, and the j Po-- i. you can safely counU 780 and expense.. AS ACKES PRODUCT. vote is now consolidated on Bryan, confirmatory of the reported shipments the price of wheat would also ndvancr wonder is that he has been m slow j we have the magnificent total of 0,177 The Mouev is the creature oil law. Th nant. Reference. Enclo-- t JJliUWllie. plurality for Mr. Bryan in the entire and to its majority of 3,385 over Harri- of wheat from here to India and makes at once, ns payment would then be made material of which itTia made is not ubout it. Cal. Brice and his 1881-1S93 dressed stamped ervc!.)r are not running the deraocra tie son in 1S92 must be added a the silver situation interesting. Here- in gold as now, purchased according to money until made so by lanr, whether state. h National, Star Bepublica candid of 25,000 free silver republican tofore India had wheat for export and Us parity with silver in the exchange L't be gold or silver or psperl The gov party any more and that Is w hy It is so change 4J62 10.25 8.SI Chicago. silver was in demand in London to market bobbed up at the couj 32.COIlO.2O 907 6.00 The Indianapolis convention has been votes. The democrats will not lose ernment or the banks issuq their notes I popular and Is going to win this elec-- J T. goldbug votes, and thus confidently pay for India wheat Having no wheat f8.58 9.17 7.50 5.75 urday night, in the HsSs described as the "finest array of bankto circulate as moneysThese notes UE0. . KlLEi 11.57 11.15 10.19 10.00 Prinre Bismarek says, in lis letter to nave no uiru-ers, railroad men and attorneys for count on a safe majority, and a gain of now to export the demand for silver has 4 ucmg candidacy lor Congij jjoes John M. Palmer tndorse'th ml. 15.63 13.S4 10.05 Jjg.60 lessened, and India in buying wheat is Gov. Culberson, that the surest and money arises from t corporations and trusts ever got to- several congressmen. fac that thnir parison with John B3 hS wi oneioyvine, rvy., ci buying it on a gold basis and paying quickest way to secure an international Issue is authorized fc" "w, e promise ministration idea that it is treason to gether." j. . is auotato hill by tl It would be Interesting to kuow If there practically 1.20 a bushel in silver for settlement of ihe currency question is to redeem tnem Iduuo , ai I. in. some F protest .against sending federaijlrooiis 'T Wrisht's Celerv S'42 56.40 49.44 40.75 i3 into iiiiE0!s to do the work oflpcalwo-- 113 9.S9 8.15 Shelbyville, Ky., Mar $, Lick Knob. If youl An Atlanta, man has bet a hat that Is a gold clause in the nota yrliich Mark what costs about 70 cents a bushel in for the United States to adopt the inde- ,cases, tne -z tkV legal ten- - Hcemen? maxingyO im ?m Manna's syndicate . ass?, ai - iis,s i Wright .Medical Co., Col., O Congressional districil pendent coinage of silver. . Palmer and Buckner will not carry a liam McKinley. bolcls ngnstJone Wil- gold In Chicago. " der. &o taat. it. meu in per sroa 01 tne !; , riitaw ; MIS. 'a. V a&rkrS0 117 of tho thirty years' Gents . purchased a b" voting precinct in the United States. "We learn, .however, .that other fac2 .t Tesented, or in fact, repTeuc?.. tt carj jn jrh . m tz:.- . . .a ti law wnscarasmcrease t , . iin.nnT .u.u,,uic ' 'xim'BinMnii wu'jl SO miMigLKt6klTS'r ..o,: jdifiaMKuU lucts of tlie 6oiI. As Wright's I have Capsules frcm G '' "Which isbetter, the, free and unlimit tors at tbla moment arejmore power-- ' "There is no,'m1stakiHanHr-sr;p3s'- l Celery all, vote for JohnB. Thompson. tsiaterfalr of whUlnrrRi u e acre diminishea, the Alison writes a friend In - iullyvat work lessening tne demaador- tlon'on-th- e labor "question 'He'standsf used thera to heheve Urn w Ars Bryail yrm ed coinage of silver, or the free,and,y"BW k.UIUUSU KVMU of th tsZM sr&j7,Etaizz8iZ2B5aaxmr,amBS9im nnBEBHBiBBHMcre decreases also. Manv MIddelton, druggist, and and iimitcd.lssuance of bpn16 necessary to jHWer.f mirwtiAn t itirt r 4rt n vu rit Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver JOINT DISCUSSION. w v n v. 'niu4ivu-.-run. mt his 6ftYincs into farm X'VC ' (URIJ) fc.aiUSK ft and found thatti.ev s:ivc ct. 'B" 'jgjc v that thev, the sweet ecentPd speculators wf fi atmn i VJt ,3dbj j r. nKMnBHaHaiiBi!HtaiH curren pH lanTT fpira SEO. Eivinir a morlmin fnr tln ivnT v ?flBlHHEt!Si rn.lll II - .si th.-!- ' irrt Y, 001 (Tvo. 1) . . On last "p'ednesday tbore was a of Wall btrcet, represent the moral side. Tnenwnen jus lh to 12c lb balance of the nurchasinir nnVn. find tn. mediate relief every time. 1 . 15. nerhatb. ultimate excellent remedy. jjto 8clb day that the mortgage has joint discussion at the court house They presume to teach morality and to His soul will land In ly, uu percent, relieveingjlebtors and BurryandCott swallowed flPwwwTOnsont. Yours very trulTt " mWmm a to 4c lb the Jarm- - Suppose between Messrs. Houk and Boberts, believe that the farmer (whose daily developinjr business with an energy Green hides. . . . Jie had saved five 9 Geo.W.K'cr The railway company, tmlt was also a de morality than all And as companiorls of his doom, Dl7 hides Jktafclb thoan dollars, borrowed five thousof Knoxville, Tean. 3Ir. Houk practices show more unknowii in this coiintrj since" the fendant, isineolvent, and .thecity will ll MOSTiiPERFECT MADE. Cleveland and Carlisle shall bo ; leathers (new) , . i . . with the inten- - their professions coald imply) is tool slipped Into this State peilodthe war TliislLthe,he-ir- t and more, and bought a ten thousand: W!u ea"?2 L have to pay "Ihe total iraountrwiIl'be A purelprape Cream of Tartar Powder. Jht. of Idea philosopher Prof. F. 'T? tien of making anumber of speeches. enough to cotne and Bit at the feet of In hotteBt flames of hell to spend doHarIr-- a far Ktsw, jyviiiff a.mott-m- t Wanted-- in rt 'omw, a9U"J something less thsn a- tb4Nad, dollars. Irora Ammonia, Alum or any ottw "aduMmnC Prson8 of Boston JJnivalfrity, . nL , endless otenirfty."' , vi o j. Mr. Beborte dropped onto pia false teachers and, aupphanthke, beglo ia . . - " . " 'W . r -- ... ferltl mwexf)t hail borrowed. V i'-Arena.;5 , t ., winr.lieBtaruemccrat." . Pt J. UGEM5 true doctrine olLbomiety rsrte.: ML . .notified .Chalrma be tRUf-t movomopt & bum n sot worth tb Aim " 'faraBrtsM ttW-ft ?i i ? r ! tender? Forty cases to select Boots, 50c up ; 3l"eifs IJ. i, " Open Mints and, Legal Tcndor iawa Will Make White Metal Good as tho Yellow. 50-CENT one-ha- lf Je Ewjliff v X" - e- -, 5IERY AND UNDERWEAR 5 s k. T., O ( ( J scare-crow- a . i pflle Mware, Cutlery, I ! -- land-owne- rs lUms 50-ce- nt one-hrl- lf IacVeg't out-JEl- de 50-ce- one-ha- lf 50-ce- nt dol-la- rs one-ha- lf indis-'putab-ly ". S I'SBA '''"'''''' STORE COO CO " " &C3 4 s, dt 1 J. -- 1 - -. com-Mriso- n? fail-ad- jg A i I er senti-,me- nt I '. - - ed com-adju- st bank-name- . i car-joe- te nt ' " n- inter-ntiu- ue 50-ce- nt - -- se I th-o- r un-lac- f -- -- 100-cc- nt to,,-insinua- te -- -- -- 1 I 1 jtd-van- ce 70-ce- nt -- anti-tru- st one-ha- lf -- i i door-keep- 25,-00- 0. er , t- vv -- . ss faensc-.Ca- t - ir-- 4 fellovv-plu-iocra- -- ts 76-8-0 5 18S6-U- 0 In-u- 1 10,-0- 00 85 c w. j,r 1 , -- .t 'r 4 1 : . - ir V i a (mmammimmwmkmsammmamimstMmmsmmmm&fV) jHHnfiip W the-silver --J3U-KCH- .., m, 1 7", r Sffl5aq-3iHBMHlBlPS- - n im F?lti k61 IBMiMKHnvVi -- - - . -- - i- i, Cap-u'e- wk j:; 1 1 "-- aI AM. 1 n Oe-tob- er ht -- - XO-YEARSTM-STAIIOAJ- IK j J" i1 -- M : in- - . k Av- - ;, 3 1e friM!lH?rffi&aSi?s p 5 it. f- -. Att S -- . - v H- - U l T. ".'r-- WJEv,JTJ f.v J . 7. ' " it IS rr THE CLIMAX. Johnson. Johnson requested Rob erts to go after Houk; he is chasing him through the State and has been PUBUSKEIl KVIRT WEDNKSDAT BI able, so far, to force a division of time. Th8 Climax Printing Go. Both are young men of ability and each did justice to his party We, PRICE rim TEAR, $1.50. howover, felt that Mr. Roberts, who much S1.25 represented Democracy, had IN ADVANCE, the better of the discussion. --WEDNESD and honest dealing. They seem to beyeomanry of lieve that the church-gointhis country can be tutored iu honesty by money changers, men who set a price in money on everything that is good, everything that is pnre and everything Ptoto thrf merit of nood's Sarsaparllla " perfect, permanent Cures. that is honest, even to the farmer's vote. Cures of scrofula In severest forms, like a ri,.i hM Men who prate on morals and prey on goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip eyes. disease, sores In the the masses are not to be trusted. The brokers and gold I best protection against' 6nch is the purity Cures of SaltEheum,.wlUiJtsJnteaseitch!ne g Cures tO THE VOTERS OF jrambJexs-oLtha.wor.l- TfElWTED ii posl-tir- e, bythobond' hnn rhnd in the thirty years' war whicli Jias beem waged upon bimetallism .31 d.. rvrrrrvDxsn T Hl" .I, Ai. . . H2 it" .'y-- H - STATES 'M$vSvSSiNSv L " . . " s. &&&;&' UP STAIR IN .? I i - ADVEI o s a s- - 1 t ii "kJSk ?&'"-.. i GNAR6E OF SPACE." -. ; pr t ...' - i. t llnch. Inches, 3 4 '' i ' - - ' s " " '."."'.".'""-"- . - Inches, Inches. 5 Inches. i too 75 50 ..". . - " , Jr'-- S ?-'- "c tfl 'Col Col 3 00 3 50 ": - e8.iD.FL0R -'ii 1 6 00 S 00 CoLmm 10 00 400 sertion. 5 cents a li Obituaries, resolut ter at half rates. I 9ZReading not .3' l V. ' --45- : ' J. - v ft ' i- -t ; rml j . x.j-Jgr' - z' iWI cJ4 v "We 5 uavju onr &iore urowaea in great variety at iiu wxiaT witB GocSs') rKis. I) l - Jfi: , V - 7;c- ,r.- -r f -- ;,' r'A s.'3r''-f- r & F F. . til .. have our Clothinj: on Second Floor, a large lighted room filled with wh Overcoat-- , i's Suits in all styles, and prices lower than vill pay you to look through our stock. Tct--- (1 J ' - hi ! 3" 1 2 w? - . - 1 , " . ' - - '"r' " - -- -- -.. vVi.Vi.- ' . - ""---i '. . r .iV-' sJiw:j' -- i"."r.. :.j"r--2 V a --Vs::&3-J.-'T cri? 2-s- i .AiK.- ;.A -r - ia.i- .."'5k ? ' "3."- '.j.- WM-. . - -JLiJC-.'SFiK:B 1 .c-iT"- ( fl5wF j --- itsSSWMI--twBLV',,MKFeBE.sfcl? jj, - iift-iicitiS- tf -- :"- T m Pi.'. ''--'.- . ".4fhem.j". i7-"e- iaL.:' -- Power" then cont v the Den to- : r csv-n,- t. .. - ",t.5E," ?,..'ek. j" ,'.a(onn ltd-im- . ' - ."T'rwW.,. J r- . it---; .iJ,Jj(i nf Fayette, was mortcaeres; - I ; r - - " ff - '' ' - ' 7 si-- I " It will cur l ,! - 'feyafflT-ijf.v .'i i -!" sf;'i!v K , T ji-v- jro:,KS-T:."---.'j-- . .i '..," - a.. ai r.-- . TO?'i i S&5 1Z A rt- i . ' , k : -- . ""j"....". . jtvr-A .T - ((-)fpi- C -- --- - -,-- "We can only say come ;i: (I , ': , . .":-- -.- """ Til- - ' . -- Forty cases to select I: Boots, 50c up ; en's !. li . v - '?AC ipiCS v sX 7 ." " - .! "- - ?S --- J25-S5- ar . - ' v' - :'.:. &---4-" '. - .I'2S-''"- " s'- Jk - - . " -' . "V. ,' . i - j. ",-.- . -- - - . t - -- JSf -- - - ' :. -- - .. --- - -- !! a-- ":t'i-'-r-5i- - T si'-" :s!lu "..- rr ' r lr a. . -C V ?x: . Ewllin Kll i I , j li if; : ? if ,4.- - r-: DEMOCR. 1:4 - ' - -- , - ?"'-- - - :' , "Ar1SJ-''i- - jr.. "' -- lies lc, Lead Pencils lc, Thimbles lc, Dar:. 'lark's Thread 4c, Dolls 5c up, Tea Pot les 10c up, 3 Spools Thread 10c, Lace low Shades 10c up. (ll 1 1 li I) :- .' .' - 'ILvHL ' ; 'a S:;&6-'--i- . -.- - .A-.- - it's r .-i it' ,,. .. z-at;: - --- ' - Tx. - - - V- - - . M FOR AYM. - )SIRRY AND UNDERWEAl SI- I- t) I) I) of ron vi AUTII1 of FOK :..;..- : ' - ,:::.::.v-S4v,'-sUlm& "J: ' v t;- . jk- - - ,,. i-- . a. .a3m-.- -: J ". '?-:?- '. '.- -- - . - J i j. " w s.',, .:'i.. - ' ;vj42SS'-i:33KMi "a- r . B . "PK-- v-.'i- 'j i - i. ?. --- . ,i .- -- -- t t ? ts,..-.-roi - " T. . . - j. ... - ' Ji '."-Vr--'-.....-.-W V - rtr ' '", - - " .." - : - -- t Tjcfis. v. x- ' - ' ';:e-5'!,- t V v:-r--fc .' Mo a S . Hose 5c, Ladies1 Vests with sleeves 1.'. ave no doubt the largest stock to tin hown in this city. -- I (I 39c. a pair up. " Comforts UD ) JOHN B of Me TOR JUDGE OF Tl ... . vt'.- -'r ; .r-"- -- 'ir'v-i-?-'-'':'-'-- ; J:.i.,v.--c.-;-.J-.- ; -'.- t- -- - ',--.- . i. 7 l'J "-t- r -- ' (i ii ii i) S) " .r55 'V i.-n . l - - .r.'sJ: .?jsriarfA3'x 4 . - '-- .C-.- a3te;. A . xr,. ,re j- - . r"- - ricvyZH--, .''- - ;r;t.i.-i.- . Jr5.--i '" ', - - Handle Hardware, Cutlery, F;t 1 '. of Hei CANDIDATES FOK h t 5 i James C. LacV; Jailer of MadU-'- fi action of.i1d Deiuc ATT. Fish is a ""of Madison com action of the Den Pocket Knives 5c up, Hammers 5c to 2 daw Hatchet 39c, nat and Clothes Racks 10 nch XX Gut 8c, Scissors 5c to 4Sc, "lat-kWheels 3c, Tea Spoons 4c a set, Table Spo..n- pring Balances Sc, Nickle Alarm Clocks (miar "ut Mep Graters lc. Large Graters 4c, Knive- c and 50c a set, "Wash Basins Imperial Enan 'are 15c and 25, Hair Curlers 3c and 5c, Waiter c, Crumb Trays and Brush 15c, Cooking Sp lg 3c, Cooking Spoon (heavy) 17 inches lorn: ." i 5) S! ( 8) s: 3' TRUNKS S1.50 DP. TELESCOPES C r fou suit, rum Mns. John didate for Superii struction for Mai ject to the action party. AVi , r ts and Caps All Prices. up. :j ... ; Laundred Skrt. Respectfully submitted to the Cash livce. ron J. r '- jJK : " gWJBB8BBMgsSgaissilkMMIWWmsMEi91ssai ' 'L--- -' SUPERIXTEJ SCIK - Superintendent of Madison county, s of the Democratic FOH CLKHK 31 ADIS V. WAr.KBS i fyPfw8ftay iiniiiiiwn ii iii wi pgasMHsawaMMPMi i !twryilffr i- TPrrgsrfa -- ,. cg- - 1 :tejx.- - MS C BA n A STORE r L'. Main Street, Richmond, Ky. a candidate for Clc Circuit Court, subj of the Democratic 1 S. H. Thokpe, J xSS2xx5SxSS Ti 2 rnBiTwcif i FOK sir. . f 3EOF FALLING MARKET. of the mortgage, x . fail.' . -- H. H. Colyek is j. , Shorifl of Madison coi, to the action of tl" party. FOR COUXTV i-- 3 If for Assessor of Mad ject to the action of James C. Millei party. A'ote for free silvi money. Vote for more in i ol Vote for Smith Bryan and Sewall A vote for the re for the entire Democ Don't forget that l man of them all, Jud you go to the polls. X under l Put Tuesday and you wil rest of your natural li "4.. sT - K. H iB H B " r "" r W tmm H K tB JH k. ". w One X is enough t Bryan and Sewall Thompson and Pryor the rooster. i - . Tmi Judge Pbyob has his ability and energy the Court of Appeals, i vote for him. - -- $&k 3k -- The Democratic pa be held responsible fo Carlisle at Covingb cannot watch a Guite . rQtai -- . x 21 i i m r r k s. js: a utim l xxxxap- - bv kni ra mT m 1 x. m V - kmmm V ffc ri L Sml Ml 9W r -- 7 V v dergrast. ' The impression is th lican party will bo bei Carlisle-eg- g i 'sm '"a t ifi episode a 'flwB therefore would it be insinuate tiiat Home thew the egg ? TiiE South did not assassination of JLincol the Democratic party dorse the assassinatioi by Guiteau; nor does th ic party endorse the insu x-c WL : ' .. . sr - at Covington. ftsfei- ' Vi--"i".:; CJBSei3Sa3r---'- 3H 1 's; f'xxSir.rVxxissi.s ':,5j.:tvjr ' f'bi? -- I'll!1 T'-fr- ""ll"-r'v-,"ww- Ill -. ' " .rxs-- I 'in "Hi ill Iii lil ! iiiiiii ll iliilil ?r iriTi7iiTTrrjT---r'i37ffrHri- rj - is ,'- -' -- - ,X.. rRi".'W" v - t rL."" riafcrrr -" . - : Dmm&&mmnb&mxmr&.n& 'nTr th.--t r i ?r John B. Thompson brother of "liittle Phil' and is so much like h of the Horn tell one from the other; O made a first-clayou can safely count on door-keeper market is a calamity almost ;. be deplored as civil war. It liants, mauufacturera and of .T , ows men out way employ-id- sn to in adouble A very and panic. ' between the time a bays liis goods or 3 the time he sells, may ' ected profit into loss he i'ey to tide him over, hop " to recover, but prices fall illowing year, and instead uids the loan an ever about his neck. Year struggles to regain what he prices continue to fait and t to increase, until at last creditors, some of them himself with falling pri--' embrassed by his names are soon npon 5rrecks- .- Failures and the PBilHMttt9ll& 5"" JT.'y. 'iment of industrv due to e&WWms&jrSJSFSi ":"f' ments of a falling market Qt of employment. Hav- . UMKaBBBak l 41 vx a aiiruiixiiig ueuiuuu is , . r . iswBiTBnlTi i." T" ''-- ? danger and perjlexities causing a farther fall of ..,vrum, and bo the rnter- ' .. l, .. tintmue tiieir sail work ttsBUBfe ":"S- i? 1 destruction reach such iiiBSigfe-"-"-'s.'':;;tliat wecalltuem panic. , inetimes that over pro-SsSStPse of business depres- -VfSltlis true, bat irenoverproduction but un- SiHSBSaE-- Z ii.. or lack of ability to boy. overproduction so long as f u&?''?-j-remain unsatisfied. The -t lull of nianos. , .. irwika na it f ii mini n r BsaBxK' ir to maue, ouiare mere not wtwm&&Ggss& W5 Vhes tliat would like to i . asfi rawnKsxvifT It is better to than to cut Hi sHBsSKsSri'"?;vi lion, and when a glut ty or partly from the njmmiTTTTr mutxcvcxx-xx..! power of purchase, the !ecognized and an effect : rESiiis?isSiSnSl e lost power, are often unjust to bts remain the 6a me. payment shrink the inauy dollars as ever, bushels of wheat or - . rS9iwa&iiiBtt 'ii-- . ,iat must be eold to get iuble what it was when 'jorrowed and the note KPrsiII' fail-io- er - vonred hid five thoi: left only the debt, at tier and the mortgagee h.i. in the farm; now themi.i'. covere the whole farm ainl nothing. Thia is a fair example disastrous processes that l..i ing on all over the countr ialy in the AVest and Sontf.. can wonder that our people come desperately hostile to system that causes or perm.r Arena. . . in--.- ht PARITY OF GOLD AX: A DOMESTIC (21 I I -. . ' OX OUR LA.WS. So Jt bank--'f.e- ir - ''-t- "" 'if rt- 1 -- - ':... - -- ..- -- ... sh BtSaim- tnbt -- i i i f. ,.. :? ""i -, . Silver and gold coin- adjust themselves in with their uses as will maintain t el or parity of value iu and on. any ratio that such a country could ti. gold are at parity in F; to 1, and in the Unit, i! -to 1. That is becau-rang- ed by law, and n : metals differ in coi'ipa in the two countries. W them overvalues eith-and causes one of to that country for al is to put a tariff on th. or the exportation, s are entirely aside fnun a government to provi.l- t system for its own pi-the- ir industries, prod ' their institutions. . . r . -- th-i- . i - n-- BOttbiwk . of &ov-i- Jevel-purcha- se -- - rxIBiiH , J"5c--' - " ' h - " . - f '. . v- - ' . ....-,-.KrfTi-T- : . - . &J, - - l. - t Jr:iz--Mw- . vx .'m-R- , e' - 1 . - t- ss - ti- - likewise. tv j. , i?&4 V'- -. -- 'it !. ,.hA U --.1 ' MtHf-- 3mTmWJV 'J HK"? r i ! - candidate t . . iiin iiMiis'ii hi Ji&r..izmwMeTxmmV3mwnLexmzi.?4E?Ke i t, , , . is .v..'M.-- r bobbed up at tho court h lii3x3S-1xSKlS- iii' urday night, in the inter ffssl lltSsSsSMitmi Mill I mmr lnHf JHI Wtt'm I Hmt il"l Wl fil'll Piw lli ob hit3 " ili'l" H I iM! il "" I'Mllli1 I'l'i il n'lHn i "i candidacy lor Congress. . ii'iiT T 'i ark de i'T MiMMffWiHBMMllii parison with John B. Thompson, he by displaying' so muc usmessi is a potato hill by the side of Joes welfare of the farmer and laborer just at ... ....M....M....M. By closing the silver mines. ..xmmm.m...M...........................MM.j l.ick Knob. If you want the 8th this critical moment. They know that T nijllTVT ITTTOrTX T xxxw IUHH iUUCla.1. The demonetization of silver Congressional district properly the farmer of this country is lionest to .Arrested our nation's zeal, or in fact, represented at the core, and they have tried to impose mBB. A souvenir, of our late unlamented upon him by dissembling and feigning But Sherman increased his riches all, vote for John B. Thompson. boom was a judgement in favor of Hon. 3Iany millions by the deaL to believe that they understand the T. G. Stuart against the city for $500 and DISCUSSION. issue to he one of morals, and If liell is the place or traitors, question at JOINT interest which represented a forfit putup that they, the sweet ecented speculators "Who Id honor have bid farewell, by Mr. Stuart in regard to the! street On last ")Vednesday thore was a of Wall Street, represent the moral side. Then when John Sherman dies railway which was transfer! ed to other to teach morality and to joint discussion at the court house They presume His soul will land In hell. jjarties without Mr. Stuart's consent. Houk and Roberts, believe that the iariner (whos3 daily between Messrs. ThaTailway company, "who wasalso'ade-iendan- t. doom, of Knoxville, Toun.. 3Ir. Houk practices show more morality than all And as companions of hisshall-b- ; & insdlvcjnt, and the,city will MOSTPERFECT MADE .Cleveland and, Carlisle could imply) Is tool their professions slipped into this State vrith tho have'tp pay? , Th total jtmpodt'win 1a 'A pwVGrape Creum ofTartarPowder. Fw cnoBglr.to come and sitat. the feet of Tii hottest flames oirhell. to" spend of speeches.' atHhiBg - tB'antbcttwa4',jdlkffi. tnm Ammonix, AUm or hy otherjjtkirant, 'Vr. uabarts' droppoa onto ins falseiteacherB and, BappIianyike,-lMgvto i i Bepublicak ift aiiaHsiiiim ; hA'--"i xsLx- .- - v ; :- . - . - " . , - - ..i- -. - . - ,.a.. .rr -- .. - , v - ",..- j&te&?& , ,. II II III Bill r Ac -- i?-- ..a -. ..ffio.i-'-.vjbp ,: i5j.----'xr- - r .ai." 3 - - TiftiA'-V'-.r '.-- . .. ."a.'ljt ,. j" . . ii w 1 siihiii i m-v- . Hi shdSdBSBBanssffxai. . I 'J- .rrawK.. 4frmmWBmmiXLlZ!i'ErZr!rZ,-- itwti jx? :. u i" i - r3- v.ns - r.",E- , .jr tixr.. im - , -.- v Ki ss.- v.tPiaai-eaNt. r,vsifi-X.:3?.waPxWii4li- Jl-- .K!Njffi?Jg-iPS "j-- ; - ti tTl7-na.T- l. ;jc ic ri - 1l ii i I 'I M i ' i " ii1 ' t' il: " in nn 11 j ii!MlW'rnP1lMBi-Bs-Bs-Bs-Bs-BVi-Bs- W iili li I MfiMrciii JIM.:1:1 lTmJSm&' , . .,- .ts--- - j t . C . i xi Si- - ." '. ; - rniif . xHr-x- TMT-- fv-1 j r -- !t- - j4it--a-- irtnn .a.Jl JsrjitW' jv ' n m i iiiiumw ii r m n rm nsrntiTnrr - im iTnrr-- i MrnffTfriTi I ''J il1' i I PTil Tlir-sTf- T SKi --"-- Mm&?tti&iEmWmWB&!z?tD B' Weeci.yI - xxxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxaxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxftxxxxx -- XXXXXXXX -- VBBaftXXXXmXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXHXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXV --xxxxxxxx. CREAM - "V'. .r&. .; BAKING vmm . iCc doz Total 75.94 59 42 56.40 49.44 4075 e tnense of Chickens Averagel5.19 11.88 118 9.89 8.15 . mm.m......... (live) ...-5Jc lb o the mint, bejsause ho u Chickens (sprine) Such is tho history of the thirty years' 5Jclb enn have it coined into thai! at the (live) . . . . , war upon the products oi the soil. As mint. This Increase n vaue to. be Ducks Cheese io to 12c lb the value of the aero diminishes, the gained by minting silver will bring LaTd' : lb value of the acre decreases also. JUany large amounts of the whiljj metal . . . Beeswax. . . . ..ibnii, a man who put his into circulation. The cojjsequent savings into farm . S2.50c to f.j.00 lb land yeaiB ago, giving a mortgage growth of the currency volume will Ginseng . . ..-for tho vto412clb balance of the purcbaaiag price, finds toraise prices 10,' 15, perhaps, htlmate-lyt- Vjool (Xo. 1) . . Borry and Cott . 7 to' 8c lb day that the mortgage percent, Teilevelng deliors and has swallowed 3t,(4elb the farm. SupposeJie had saved five developingbuainess withraarenergy". Green hides . . . Dryhides,. .. BxxxxK.rTIA KR3 'do "ul"' - Oats Hay Cotton Wlieat 1 . 2Jclh 285 XH30 11.00 9.81 14.33 9:62 110.25 xS.81 12.00 10J20 9.07 R58 9.17 7.50 11.57 11.15 10.19 17.C5 15.63 13.S4 1 that tells the story of -; the Niagara of axncul- - WAITED FAiTini i ': N travel for re ;' tablished house in Kentut 7S0 and expenses. Po-- .: l r ACEe's rRODCCT. nant. iteierence. SO 1881-) 1S93 dressed stamped ervcl'ipf National, St.ir Insurant B. ,- haps the highest pw which a government N .;: dependant and doe a.t name. Under the ptw- f' commorco with forein have perfect control ports and imports f under the separate pow-and regulate money trol over the supply ail in our own country. 1 whether one coin or ai of money will retire ai circulation, is purely ;i question and depends our own laws. V. S. tf ' -Morgan, in Arena for Oct" - r ' - J Ix 5 1SSG-W- 8.35 Chicago. aOO 5.75 10.00 10.G5 UE0. Vi. KU.E1 .. ifrib s Of Shelbyvilte, Ky., Recvffinics Wright's Celerv Capsu'es. - 1J Shelbyville, Ky., May 2u, Wright Medical Co., Col., O.. t Geufs I have purchased a box Celery Capsules frcta G Middelton, druggibt, and used then Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Ccn. est m" pation and found that thev mediate relief even time. 1 thxki. e-u- J W 1 excellent remedy. Yours very tralv. o Geo. w.r.-- -' waoe.ntja unknown an inis - coantrjr-perlddxxihe-irxxx- e -- o: tb'SilTr ib J? MBxMMot SxWtoa V ' - This. is ce the. Feathers (sew) heart .ia'jOe 'A - !of.vK. ;4 JJ . i$f- -- 1 'fci z ii yj &tf';Vr ,. . . 5tf6alb; th.oa.odjfdolIrs, borrowed 'five .Ie r and mora; A wmw iij?aj-- aBd.booght a fw; Jlmmcm.-.givin- thousTen tfckmsaud. much. T : - .W1 : ""ISP-- - SwaBtwTHfiF' ' .' tM fara fa m( hA a motto borrowed. vttli tb 4w Ifanted-J- ln Idea SxSFS eSKUaK5S:Sgfr.L2 t n dfisv T ' - x.x-f?rxiir- ff". MTBW t. iv -- i- n fer.'rfrtsjv, Jt, ,'j ' ' SAflttBanlHBShai S THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX, OCTOBER 28, Salutatory. Married In Cincinnati. - IS9G P. Wat Hardin will speak at the court house to-da- y. Jonah Bob ! Vote for Pryor. Lection Tuesday. Vote for Thompson. Having purqliased an interest in the Climax Printing Co., and with the present issue of the paper assume the duties of local editor, wo ask a continuance of your patronage. We hring with us youth, the Tijjor of early manhood and its ambitions, and it shall be onr aim and constant purpose to make the Climax a better paper than it has ever been. To successfully do this we shall ueed your assistance. Send us your local news; every thing that will interest, amuse or instruct your friends and neighbors, and give us a liberal share of business. 3Ir. II. C. Shipp, oi Paris, and" Miss Jennie Ferrill, of thU place, quietly drove out of town, yesterday afternoon, and boarded the R X, 3. & B. train at Million for Cincinnati, at which place they were married. Tho bride is a daughter of Capt. Thos. Ferrill, our weH-know- n auctioneer. Wouldn't Let 'Em Come. ical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts Dr. J. I. Ashbaugh will remove rightly directed. There is comfort in Correct Shapes Latest Styles the knowledge, that bo many forms of Hon. F. Wat. Hardin this afternoon. about November 3, to the Sue Doty sickness are not due to any actual disresidence, on tho Bigllill pike, where ease, but simply to a constipated condiPut the X under the roostor, he will bo pleased to meet his friends tion of the system, which the pleasant Best Materials Artistic Effects next Tuesday. family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptprofessional or socially. TeleDistinguished Guests. ly removes. That is why it is the only "Did anybody ever see so beauti- phone call Xo. 5 will reach him day Hon. Lloyd Lowndes, Governor of remedy with millions of families, and is or Jiight. Oflice as heretofore at Reasonable Prices Most Comfortable esteemed so ful a fall season? Maryland, Mrs. Lowndes, Miss everywheregood .health. highly by all Schlegel's photo galery. who value Its beneficial-effectK Lowndes; Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Lownarc due to the fact, that it is the Friday's rain was a groat benewhich, It is the same way with our hats as des, of Clarksburg, W Va.; Miss one remedy without promotes internal fit to the wheat. debilitating the Roman, of Cumberland, Md.j'Mr. cleanliness everj thing else we sell. is Judge Bumside, of Garrard, will certain style and '"chic" They have a Taskcr G. Lowndes and Mr. J. Philip organs on which it acts.toItget therefore appearance all important, in order FEATHERBONE CORSET CO., its beneprobably recover. Roman, of Cumberland; Messrs. ficial effects, to note when you purSole Mfrc., about thein that point them out as comartichase, that Kiliaxzoo, Mki. One more week of agony and then ing from this store. The kind you don't Clifford Cook and Isaac Jordon, of cle, which isyou have the genuine Calimanufactured by Cincinnati; arrived at noon in Gov- fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and the by comes the shouting. regret buying and yet they cost you no sold Ajw lid Rtlsf vf ernor Lowndes' piivato car, to at- all reputable druggists. Vote the straight Democratic more than others charge you. Coving- tend the Lowndes-McDoweIf in the enjoyment of good health, wedton & Mitchell. aiTes. t and is ticket next Tuohdav. ding They took a suit of otherthe system are regular, laxatives or The farm is well watered and fenced, then not needed. If remedies Also F.cad. Tni3. Good Prices. rooms at the Gilcher. Govafflicted with any actual disease, one MISS M.LDRED GOLDEN, with a good dwelling house containing 'Jolly Old Coums" at tho opera seven rooms and cellar, and all ernor and Mrs. Lowndes pill be may be commended to the most skillful At the Wilson sale in Clark last houM- Wednesday night. Mechanicsville, St Mary County, Md. Two good turnpikes lead outbuildings. physicians, but in Lock (or (bote Trade Mirk on End tendered a reception by Col.' Nicho- one should have ifthe need of a laxative, I sold a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain week, common ewes $1.50; to the place. best, and with the ,STENOGRAPHER AND Label of EidiBox. When did Camp Xelson move gilts $G a head ; 150 pound steers las McDowell and wife. Danville Said sale will be made on a credit of everywhere, Syrup of Balm to a man who had been suffering TYJ'EWIilTER. six, twelve and eighteen month, and oer into Garrard county? Figs stands highest and is most largely with rheumatism for several cows $13$2G; fat hoif- -. Advocate. $2.81; milch I yeais. It nww. used and gives most general satisfaction. W MARK W Kentcoky. the purchaser will be required to execute Get ready to yell yourself hoarse, ers $1SH1; work mules made him a well man. A. J. McGill. Richmond, bonds with security to be approved by Dr. G. Goldstein arrived in Richjust one week from per pair $2'; yearlings mules $10 " For sale at 50 cents per bottle by T. S. the undersigned, bearing interest from mond 21 hours late, but has decided The "White Squadron." adjoining A .R. Burnanis. B. e field $1; Hungarian the date of sale at six per cent, per anHagan. 1822 SJF Office A rooster with an X under him, $7G; corn in 38 Styles, flerchants cheerfully to remain here until the 28th. Those num and a lien will be retained on said The most attractive feature of tl e grass $G8. Other property in propor- who i. the way to fix your ballot. have not consulted Dr. Gold- great barbecue parade was laud to secure the payment of the purIf afflicted with scalp diseases, hair tion. .be refund the money stein will do well to call on him dur- of seventeen young ladies fpbmgroup falling out, and jremature baldness, do Master Commissioner's Mice chase money. fledium, Did you ever see so many frosts ing stay. Ho has fitted glasses to our not use grease or alcaholic preparations, Winchester Court. .and freezes to have ni little effect? sixteen of whom were dressed after 4 weeks' trial if WW R LANTER best many years Long and It J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports givencitizens for satisfaction. and- has in white, with white hats and shoes, but apply Hall's" Hair Renew er. TO CREDITORS ! Does Paul Noble oversea all that universal Call on and rode on white horses, the other 350 cattle on the market. Wis., Journal 6ays The Darlington, not satisfactory. miles of the Four Mile road? him at tho Glyudon. Office hours dressed in yellow and riding a yelShort Lengths. Good 1,100 pound feeders brought from 10 editorially of a popular patent medicine. a. m. to 3 p. m. Hon. P. Wat. Hardin, of narrods-- t 3)2 cents. MADISON CIRCUIT COTJRT. FREE EDUCATION. low horse. This solitary representa'AVe know from experience that Wj7 arg, will speak at the Court house VT tive of the single gold standard was Good 900 to 1,000 pound feedors 3. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea John J. Jones. &c. Plaintiff. The Congressional Outlook. Sii"f !J MARK An education at Harvard, Yale, ' t day. Against , 34 cents. or auy other college or institution From the best information obtain- Miss Nancy Harris. The sixteen Remedy, is (ill that is claimed for it, as SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ) were : of learnin" in the United States, Good GOO to 70t) pound hoifcrs '2 on two occasions it stopped excruciating Mary A. Jones. Defendant. to D. White continues to run John able from all of tho counties in the persons having Achsah Black. pains and possibly Eaved us from an unLM f.ir ( ongress, regardless of any or all cents. tit Vy vs jir irOcT can be secured by W-- , Sth Congressional district, we make Zola Williams, tory of JIusic, U estate of Marcellus Jones, 5j Bessie Lackey, Katio Tonmey. Pulls 2 cents. timely grave. Wewouldjiot rest easy any young man or woman who is the following estimations: notified to tile the same legally -Baz Hackett. Dozier, Hallio Fat Hogs 3 cents. over night without it in the house." This with the undersigned on or before the a in earnest. Write for particulars RICHMOND. DRY GOODS 1 FOll THOMPSON. Vote early, next Tuesday, and JAMES I). BALL, Margaret Lackey, Lula Dozier. Good demand and nil offerings sold. remedy undoubtedly savea more pain 15 day of November, 1S9G, or same will V ouicklv. Anderson i437 Lorna McGuire. 30 Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. straight, placing the X under S. K. SCOTT. KENTUCKY. Ina Turner. and Bufieiiug than any other medicine be barred. WD NOTIONS J Lincoln How's This? rti. rooster. 21 10 Emma McGuiro, Laura Kaslf. M. C M. C. C. J in the world. Every family should keep 249 Margaret Phelps", Florenco Cobb. R. R. Bnmam said as lie viewed Madison Lancaster is to have a Knight's of it in the house, for it is sure to be needMercer . . 278 Nancy Belle Quis- ed sooner or later. For sale by. T. S. I'l.uinas building to cost several thous- the horseback parade on, Tuesday Jessamine raErisrrtlJsrsiJBrfiiiarrErfiJJsrrUrSIll 387 week last, that they were not such enberry. Jesseo Ross. Hagan. 1822 and dollars rEyllftSEjgJl Shelby. . 1328 men as would tie selected as jurors. The "White Squadron" was led by Don't let anyone persuade you to take K. O. DIVISION. Rev. Joseph K. Smith is holding We wonder what kind of men he Spencer . . 041 Captain Lem Williams, jtflEP. and it was anything else instead of Simmon's Liver 1 a protracted mooting at the Kirks- - would select. From timo "whereof In Effect M.ncn 1, 1S96. a nearer approach to a delegation of Regulator. Some merchants will try to iil- Presbyterian church. Total . 3,395 angels than any thing you can imExpress for Cincinnati, LV. the memory of man runneth not to do this but not for your good. They do A. M. Paris. Mavsville. "Win FOli DAVIDSON". Mik- - Jlildred agine. D. C. Kash and Sam Todd it to make a little more pront on someGoldon otrers her the contrary," the yeomanry of the l ( chester and Lexington lip ;. r ice to the public as stenographer country have been acting as jurors. Jackson . . '.33 1,141 carried the great double banner, thing of an inferior quality, though 6.25 mail. rtiia But in this 19th century they are Rockcastle and typewriter. See her card. 3S7 Gordon Burgin carrying the flag. Cincinnati. Paris, Mavs you must pay just as much for the bad For our Business is all right People will have to have Furniture - Sfpi dignified by a gold bug. Garrard . . 213 I. M. ville, Winch ester and good. Be sure to take Sim as for the Thoroughly Absorbed. The concert given at the Hotel and be furnished a burial, no matter whether Sold or silver 1.05 2.05 Lexington mail. Boyle . . . 118 4ih ndon, Friday night, by the ladios Red House furnishes two instan- mon's Liver Regulator and nothing else. McKinley or Bryan- wins. Therefore Spoke For Bryan And Silver. Livineston, London, Jel- of thf Methodist church, was well 1255 ces of the deep and wide range that Look for the Red Z on every package. 1.10 Iico, Fmeville. Mrs. Josephine K. Henry, of VerTotal 1,859 (4) .attended. Fast line for Livincston, A. M. the approaching election is taking sailles, one of the ablest female orators From this it will be seen that Mr. 11.415 319 London, Jellico.Knoxville Why is it that one man is old and Mr. Geo. II. Clay, a grandson of in the State, addressed a large audience Thompson will win by over fifteen in the minds of tho people. Court P. M. A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, to at 45, and another hale and hearHenry Clay, spoke at tho court last evening at the court house. Her hundred, unless all signs and prom- day, a Red House farmer came 11.43 3 1!) Pans. Winchester. house Saturday afternoon to about remarks were good and right to the ises fail. His chances of winning Richmond, accompanied by his wife. ty at SO? It depends on the care he takes r. m. Rowland, Lancaster and A. M 10:10 1.25 Stanford. point, rcceiwng frequent applause. by a large majority are increasing He heard tho several ng speeches of himself. Often a mans body gets out CKi voters. But be prepared for winter and if you are not, it will not be our at tho Court House A then went of repair the trouble grows until it lays P. M Rowland, Lancaster and P. M Mrs Henry, like all other silyerites, is overy day. fault, for we are anxious to do our part. 7:10 V. F. Tharp, son of Judge Jack straight home, looked all about the him out in bed. Whenever a man feels 7.40 Stanford, in earnest and does good work wherever We desire to call your special at- place for his wife and even inquiied that he is not as well as he ought to be Tliarp, of Estill county, killed a colshe goes; her eflorts will be rewarded ored man last week, and was retention to our Suits and Over- of the neighbors if they had seen whenever he is listless, without energy by Bryan's election on the 3rd of NoTnREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE coats at Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten her. leased on bail. One of them reminded him and without vitality, whenever he finds 1 Supervieinc Architect, Washington, fTHJrS vember. Dollars, they are world beaters. See that she went with him to town. that he is losing weight and that his or- D. C, October 10, 1890. Sealed proposals A Fulton county man agrees to SfSi them. Covington & Mitchell. Married The unfortunate lady spent the night dinary, work gives him undue fatigue, he will be received at this office until 2 diave every hair oH his head and 11 costs nothing and helps j'ou wonderfully. FDjg o'clock, p. m , on the 13th day of Nowith friends and went home alone needs Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis vember, 1896, and opened immediately Mis Emily Greene, of Lexington, never let another grow again A Tragic Death Recalled. on Tuesday. and Rev. Dr. George Varden, of Parcoverj'. If lie keeps on working with thereafter, for all the laborand Bryan is elected. Tho remains of Capt. John Bull lowpressure.return circuA Red House man camo to Rich- his liver inactive and his blood impure is, whose engagement was anThe first thing necessary is to have something to enthuse over, for We believe in the free and unlimi- nounced some timo ago, will bo mar- whose tragic death by drowning last mond the other day. He drop he keeps his nerves and his body under lation, steam heating nnd ventilating apTJ. S. Postoffice building nstance, our line ofjEG?"" ted coinage of Bargain-- at a ratio of ried on next Wednesday at the home spring at Jackson, is still fresh in the ped in at night where a iiumLjr of a constant nervous strain. He will not paratus, for the P3 public mind, passed through Lexing- persons had assembled and were list- be hearty when he is old. The "Golden at Richinond.Kentucky, in 1G. at our ttore, to 1 at any other Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, Separof the bride's parents on North with the drawings and spccifution, ton yesterday forenoon, en route to ening to delightful music. For half Medical Discovery" cures many More. Covington & Mitchell. copies of which may be had at thiii oflice ate Beds, Dressers, Chiffoniers, Dressing Broadway. The ceremony will be at performed at 2 o'clock in the after- Louisville, the homo of his parents, an hour he sat like a Roman statue, diseases because nearly all illness springs or the office of the Superintendent acEveryTables, Chairs, Dinners, Rockers. Rev. Geo. Ames, of Berea, who Richmond, Ky. Each to bo intered there. while tho mandolin and guitar sent from the same thing bad digestion and companied by a certifiedhid must besum check for a was operated on last week at tho In- noon, the wedding being a quiet thing wanted in the furniture line. Capt. Bull was a teacher in the forth enchanting melodies. Final'y consequent blood, ''The not less than 2 per cent, of the amount impure firmary for a stone in the bladder, home atrair, only a few friends and Jackson, Military Institute a branch the music stopped, hands clapped Discovery" makes tho appetite good, the of the proposal. The right is resened relatives being present. The bride of First. yVe know there has fully recovered and returned Central University, and was and heels tapped, when tho Red digestion strong, assimilation easy, and to reject any or all bids and to waive any and groom will leave shortly after among home. defect or informality in any bid iihould glial the most prominent young House man straightened up and in the blood rich and pure. are none made, the ceremony for Dr. Vardeif s home proffessional mon it be deemed in the Interest of the Govof the State. He sepulchral tones offered to bet $50 batter and cheaner. On Monday night a large audi- in Paris. Timos. ernment If your children arc subject to croup after the to do so. All proposals received mm graduated with honors ata Louisville that Bryan would carry Kentucky, t time stated will be returned to ence assembled at tho court house of the watcli for the first symptom college and went to Jackson to teach. the bidders. Proposals must be enclosed S?SI Two Sudden Death's. t hear Dr. E. M. McDowell, of hoarseness. If Chamberlain's in envelopes, sealed and marked, "ProDuring the spring freshets on the Nancy, daughter of Jas. Kentucy Pineville, who spoke for Bryan and and Ventilating A beautiful and interesting wed- Cough remedy is given as soon as the posal for the Heating Postofllce build- SJal river, he and several of tho McCoy, died on Tuesday night, alter frei silver. prevent Apparatus for the U. S. and addressed to students after classes 0110 day were ding was that at Paris Wednesday child becomes hoarse it will ing at Richmond, Ky.. In a trip through the county tho a few hours illness. It is thought walking on some loose logs that were of Samuel Woodson Willis, of this the attack. Even after the croupy cough Wm. Martin Aiken, Supervising Arclii -- result of that her death was the floating by, as other day, we discoverd that Valley eating logmen were doing. county, and Miss Nellio Turney, of has appeared the attack can always be tect. the kernels of pencil seeds. A log turned the Second. Our customers are finding it out, too. That's why View and Wilmore are the most on which Capt. Bull Paris. Tho Second Presbyterian preented by giving this remedy. It is John I). Christopher lives close to was standing, and he they grow enthusiastic. where tho ceremony was also invaluable for colds and whooping growing villages within miles and fell among the church, Mr. McCoy, on Moberley avenue, mass HT& ?&Yt I?4E?T3 Tho consumers are the most enthusiastic. Third. miles around. and never came to the surface. performed, was handsomely decor- cough. For sale by T. S. Hagan. 1832 near Fifth. His niece, Miss Alice The logs belt him a peal 41 prisoner beneath ated in palms, ferns and foliage IT Fads in Hcdicinc. unlawful to kill quail, Moore, died suddenly on the pre- the water without a charge for life. plants. Dr. E. H. Rutherford was It is She was down pheasants or other game birds in ceding Saturday. Three weeks later, when the waters the officiating minister, and Prof. Mm There are fads in medicine as in every tins State, before Xov. 15. The law street on Friday and assisted Mrs. had subsided, a logman who was on Gutzeit, organist. For violation of Sections 325.S. 3259 They can buy expensive looking, handsome, comfortable and thing else and a 'new thing" frequently and 3260, United States Hevenuo provides for a fined $25 for each of-- ft Goorgo White in removing. 'Her tho river saw a human hand sticking Miss Fannie A. Boll, of Georgestylish fnrniture at such wonderfully low prices. on June 3, 189G. lf use. going to the inform- trouble was pronounced heart fail- up from a sand bar, which the falling town, was maid of honer, and Mr. sells for a short time simply because it Statutes, I did Estill county, near Ky., Give ur a call and be convinced. is new. But in medicine, as in nothing Vagersville, ure. er. water had left exposed. Ho secured Hiram Shaw, Jr., of Lexington, best else, the people demand and will be sat- seize one Copper Still, of a capacity 05 gallans, also one copper a spado and soon had the body of man. The ushers were Bon Willis, isfied only with positive, absolute merit. of about On Thursday, November 3rd, still cap and about 25 feet of copper Capt. Bull on tho bank. It was nec- brother of tho groom ; Dr. Nelson The fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla has worm. Any person claiming tho w hen you unfold your ballot in tho At tho home of her brother, lection booth, look at onco for the Hon. Charles J. Bronston, of Lexing essary to bury it at onco, and it was Prewitt and J. L. McCord, of this stood its ground againbt all competition, above described property may file 3 H. Rodes, Collector Sth of FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKERS. r.uiter, whack your X under the old ton, Kantucky, Monday morn- only exhumed yesterday. Lexington city; Mr. S. T. Neely, D. Washington and its sales have never wavered but with Chas. Kentucky at Richmond, District of Winn and have remained steadily at the top, deD. C, and Messrs. C. fowl, fold your ballot and get out-- tin ing, at 0:30 o'clock, Miss Nettie T. Her aid. or the undersigned at Hammack, D. L. Morris, of Paris. BfraErBra3raBrHiE3H r gJMfgJWfUJ work is done and done well, so Bronston "became tho wife of Mr. monstrates, beyond any doubt, the in- Ky., within 30 days from the date ffiJS What a clever word "best" is anv- The bride wore a beautiful wed- - trinsic virtues of this medicine. The new hereof, a claim to said seized properm ithj m m iJajTbisj 0 rsiJ m raj far as you are concerned. Sherman Dudley, a prominent Chi- way. So short and conveys so much ding gown of whito mousselaine do ty, and execute bond with good and things have come and gone but Hood's sufficient security in tho sum of $250 One of the most prominent men of cago attorney. This wedding was in meaning. What meaning does it con- Boire over white satin en train and Sarsaparilla rests upon the solid foundafor tho recovery of saiu property, jli the city was found in front of Joes corner the nature of a surprise to the socie- vey to you when applied .to clothing? tullo veil, and carried a shower tion of absolute merit and its power to no elaim is made within the pre- rRysIlEhEnJfrSiarr3i witti a fit yesterday. It was a very ty folk, only tho members of Miss Whatever it is you'll find it exemplified of bride roses and lilies of the cure, and its sales continue to be the scribed time the property vill be advertised and sold in acco"danco IKrllMrSyjIill tit however and he told that Bronston's family having knowledge in our stock, and perhaps some "best" valley. The costume of tho maid of largest in the world. 2023 with Section 3468 of the United mm Will Ham was the cause of it. In fact of it. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley departed points that you didn't think of besides. honor was a skirt of white corded States Revenue Laws. Clothing Dyed to Order. he said Will Ham was in the habit of immediately for their home in Hydo Covington & Mitchell. bengcline and coat of royal purple Thomas Austin, D. C. brido is widely making fits. Better call on him. Fits Park Chicago. Tho velvet with vest of mousselaine do This 18th September, 1896. Belle Breck is prepared to dye clothAn Attempt at Coercion at Valley View. known in the Blue Grass Region. defrom $15 and up to order. ing, Valley View, Ky , Oct. 22. The soie embroidered in corn color- and sired goods and other articles in any color. --gold, and a hat to match. She car-ai?, Evans Chcnault. people in Richboldest attempt at coercion ever made References from Born. crH a bunch of bride roses tied with mond furnished. best FREE SILVER At 1 p. m. today, at the residence of in this part of the State was tried by purple ribbon. to the wife of Dave CampBorn, 2 Prices reasonable. daughter. Moss her brother. D. M. Chcnault, on Lan Capt. Roy, a large saw mill owner of The brido and groom have gone to bell, a If you are afraid to let yourmtmey MaTOiaKaiBiCT Gray Hale mad Barfe. caster Avenue; the marriage ceremony Madison county. He employes about Asheville, N. C, where they will reGibson attending surgeon. loose, for fear of a depreciated curtwo weeks ago he took will be performed between Mr. Eli Bean sixty men, and ENTIRE STOCK OF. main a week after which they will Court Day Dinner. I saw in your paper a statement that rency in the future, go to D. P. SJs Evans, of Bourbon county, and Miss Em- a poll of them and found that nearly all visit otherpoir z of interest before Sis head of Zulu Vulier would restore any wrv wvwv uw"ax v wwt r. Tho ladios of the Catholic church ma Prewitt Chcnault, of this place. Af- were for Bryan and silver. He imme they return to Clark to reside. ARHER'S and nutt'r in Diamonds, 2fr hair to natural color in three weeks. As dinnor for 25 ter the ceremony the couple will leave diate! shut down his mill and gave the )) will give a first-clavhere it will be safe, and at the Tho groom is one of our most pop- I was very gray sent for a sample packI "W. G. White's old stand for the home of the grooms parents, in men orders to leave the premises. They cents at Dr. ular young men, and tho bride who prices lie is offering them, you will ill on Second street. Give thorn a call. Bourbon county, to be received by, and also live in his iiouses and lie ordered has often visited hero, is a lovable age, and in less than three weeks mv WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT FIRE PRICES be able to realize a profit on t'lem. hair was perfectly restored to natural them to vacate. The men, who are in secure the blessings of their parents, and "J lady both in person and character. Returned. color. My wife's hair was a light red, 50- ranw Men's Pants Any Price. Men's Suits Any Price. 1 after a short stay will return to Madison very poor circumstances, tried to find ir: 1 Boys' and Children's Knee Suits 50 cents. Democratic voters of Pord who county, where they will reside. Miss emnloyment but failed, and rather than Winchester Democrat. Dr. Sam Wil- and by using Zulu Vulier, her hair is rcjBj The groom is a Hon of Youths' Suits almost given away. had been recipients of free copies Chcnault is a daughter of the late Robert see their families starve they all re- lis, a brother of Postmaster J. B. now a beautiful auburn. Anyone can IE: get a sample package of Zulu Vulier, by of the Jelfersonian Democrat, re- Chenault, and is a charming young lady. turned to work at tho mill and swore to , this place. FARMERS mm sending 21 two cent stamps to Wilson & turned them to the publisher by ex- Mr. Evans is the son of one of Bourbon support McKinley, with the exception of Willis, d Roy to ''take your Common sense union undergar- Co., New Concord, Oiiio, and if it does Mr. Baxter, press. mm couutys most prosperous farmers. Men's Shoes, all sizes, very cheap. Boys' school shoes any price.- - ChilWo will employ you at mill and houses and go to h with them! ments are now taking tho place of not restore the hair to natural color in dren's shoes 120 cents up. LADISS' SE0SS Ladies' shoes to close from home on a salary of $50 Judge Tipton Quits. 25 cents up. Ladies' slippers any price. I would rather be a tramp thau a slave!" the old style two pieco goods. They three weeks they will return your stamps; Sunday Shooting. S5Q pr mont h. AVrite cuick- After many years of arduous labor, Capt. Roy has bought all of his men gold are cheaper, more comfortable and it not only restores the hair to natural On last Sunday evening, four miles PURITAN PUBLISHING GO. Judge French Tipton has severed bio !!CJ ark's 0. N. T. Spool Cotton, 3 spools, 10c. fitting, being knit to your color,' but will stop the hair falling out on tho Irvine hats and McKinley buttons, which he perfect 33 BroomfleM HI, Boston Unsi. connection with the Climax. The best East of Richmond, measurements, and have no seams. immediately and is one of the best hair compels them to wear. serie pike, Charles James shot and wishes of this paper follows him Last Saturday he paid ,his men off in A descriptive catalogue, samples of tonics made, and you take no risk, and if ously, if not mortally, wounded Ladies' Drcsii Goods, all kinds, very choap. Percale shirt waists 25c. all may go. blanks it does not satisfy you perfectly they gold to make his game stroncer, but goods and sizes. Ladios' wraps, all prices. Ladies' hose, 5c. up. Children's hose, Jacob Garrison with a shot gun tho they did not keep it long; as they are sent on application. Prices for suits will return yourstamps. two pair, 5c. nSJs Land load taking effect in the right shouldAttention, Voters. (11 A Header. $2.00 to $24.00 each. "W. D. Ham, had forbjule Garrison to compelled to deal at the Company's Factory Agent. Today is the last day on which er. James and it was immediately returned Wake up your liver hut be sure you keep company with his daughter on store, mm those who were unable to register on account of her feeblo mind, but to the company's coffer. take Simmons Liver Regulator to do it A great deal of indignation is being the regular days, either on account contrary to tho father's request, Garwith it will do it every time, and do it I HAVE expressed by the people in of sickness or absence from tho city, mm so well that you'll feel wonderfrdly rerison slipped the girl from her home at the way in which Roy hasthis .section Socks, 5c; Shirts, 25c; Suspenders, 5c; Handkerchiefs, 5c. can have their names placed on the and succeeded in getting her to the treated his Allen, Winnie Reagan, Mrs Robt i! and strengthened. It is Simfreshed men and steps may he taken to prose regis tration book. Ballard, Anderson Rogers, Mrs H T mons Liver Regulator that does it. mm Mr. James missing his" woods. cute him for intimidation, Capt. Roy's Sadler, Ellen M "Jolly Old Chums." There is only ono Simmons Liver Regu- of land for sale. This- landlies in daughter started in pursuit, and, action has caused tho severest criticism Bnndon, Hattie the Staley, Hank lator, and you'll know it by tho Red Z ty, Foxtownprecinct,Madison counafter overtaking them, called to his from 'the best people in the Slate. Ar- - Crawfotd, Rosa The "Jolly Old Chums" will Ky., in the heart of tE'e Blue r3lS Denncy, Francis Shelton, "V T on the package. Take nothing else, and Glass region, immediately! on a daughter. At this juncture Ga footlights pear before the rgonaut. Ilardwick, Prof F Sieber, G YV you'll be suro to get all the good health county road. madoarush for James 'with the at tho "Whito & Bush opera house. H ibbs, T E Taylor, Jane well Is under extra cootl promised. It watered, very productive fento. has a This promises to be one of tho best above result. James surrendered, and men- on I'Aithfuzi arid WANTED travel forjresponsiblo es- Jackson, llary B ToddT C C Go see was placed in jail. plays ever in Richmond. Dandruff is due to an enfeebled state new modern house Can be jbought rolls? Miller, Mollio Walker, Chas tablished houso in Kentucky. Salary cheap them; laugh and grow fat. of the skin. Hall's Hair Jlonewer quick"Wilson. Paltio . -"We do not claim to imakfl tho $780 and expenses. Position perma- Pinkstone, Luo 1 ffinll JAMES GABE1 Called io Estill. ens the nutritive functions of the skin, Kay, John B cheapest clothing on earth, but wo nent. Reference. Enclose H stamped envelope. Tho J. B. WILLIS, Postmaster. "healing and preventing the formation ofjnaiuTexception, anfcallijd Dr. H. R. Gibson has returned will make it cheaper and iu all other National, Star Insurance Bldg., I fa to forbear shaving tneir ncaosm from Estill county, where ho was respects equal to any you have over Chicago; It is estimated that the amount of lit- uanarnu. MILLER JMANACER CM. SHEARER, SALESMAN, days within which peripd.none to administer to F. M. Collins bought In Kichmond. Come and seo called erature 6ent5uTTjy' the respective-- headThree robbers inday light held, up 1aaj - 210 Miia Ji WktatmWLj. for abcess of the liver. .For tho past onr line ofisamples. "We guarantee Miss Jfancy Louise Ector, daughter of quarters o the seyerarpolifecal'parties officers of a bank at Meeker, Color " two years Dr. GIbsoniias had a great a fit. ShHs to order"$15 and 'Up. "W. O.B "Ector okChuk. equal aniLrobbed ibut while UwijoWsry "rteTfn.aBy:Bcree. Vv--" g ia Washington,, litis campaign fZliii yz 1 many professional calls to that sec- P. HamVArontforThe GWbo Tail t)f .same CouatyJ were married afj?th'. hd Man sent" out ia thirty la progress, dtittBiai?ou nded tb bay "W i . 'Jr3; SHIP H tion. Gait boise.Loaisviile, lasts!TVQv&, , oring and jihoVtlw Umftwt&ew dead,' $ X under the rooster Tuesday. Vote for Thompson and Pryor. "Just before the battle, mo'hor." "Who ih king this week? Spen-king. Eespectfully, A. D. Millek. , To Remove. Richmond barbecue, and the mill hands could not attend the barbecue. Tho mill proprietors don't want the glorious free silver doctrine preached to their employes. A Valley View man tells us that tho Southern Lumber Co.'s mill pays on Saturday, but announced on Saturday tho 17th that it would pay on Tuesday at G:30 p. in., and that ovory man must bo there at that time to got his money. The mill ran all day Tuesday, the- - day of the With a better understanding of the nature of the many phys- Gladness Comes s ll Lost Ccw. Catarah is a constitutional disease, and requires a constitutional remedy like Solid yellow fawn, black tongue and Hood's Sarsaparilla, which purifies the switch, old, giving milk!' Any OFblood. information which will lead to'llnding It informaEditor J. L. Montgomery, of Marshall cow, will be rewarded. Leave tion at this office. It Democrat, states that for many years, he suffered untold agony fioin Dyspepsia. At last he began to take Ayer's Sarsa Vlarb Circuit Court. parilla, and by the time he used sis botWM:.R.LANTER,tfcH tles, he was as well as ever. Curea othOn Petition. ers, will cure you. "By virtue of judgment of the Clark CirONE NIGHT! With the exhilarating sense of renewed cuit Court rendered at the September health and strength and internal cleanliTerm, 1S9G, the undersigned Special ness, which follows the use of Syrup of WEDNESDAY, Commissioner of said court will, on the premises near Becknerville in Clark Figs, is unknown to the few who have OCTOBER County, Kentucky, on not progressed beyond the old time medicines and the cheap substitutes 41 SATURDAY, HOY. 14, '96 & bomctimes offered hut never accepted by 5r;? Qomdy Qaijdidatys at 2 o'clock, P. M., proceed to expose at the 1822 public sale to the highest bidder, a tract of land, described as follows: OLD While thorough in action, Ayer's Pills A. strengthen rather than stimulate the exof lying on Howard's Lower Creek, in cretory organs. Leading physicians re- Interpreted by a magnificent commended them because they are free talent. The laughing success of the 19th Clark Connty, Ky., and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone at the interfrom calomel or other injurious drugs centuiy. section of the Kentucky River Turnpike being composed entirely of the best vegand Colb ville Road and corner to Bow-ye- r, etable a, uients. It CHARMING MUSIC! thenco with Colyerville road If. 23 43 E. 29.00 feet to a stake Good. BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES ! It Will Eo Ton in said road corner to and PRETTY GIRLE! Lucien Goodwin; thence with his line Do you have EVERYTHING HEW! N. G743W. 1779 feet to a stake in Are vou constipated? Goodwins line, and corner to Scott; s.ck headaches? Is your nervous system, thenc with Scott's line S. 20 45 W. A Dollar Show for Fifty Cents. Seats 2910 feet to a point in the center of the Liver or kidneys out of order? If so, cure yourself by using Wright's Celery Tea. on sale at White's Drug Store on and Kentucky River Turnpike; thence with the center of said road S. G7 39 E 1020 It It improves the complexion. Price 25c after Monday, October 26th. feet to the beginning, containing by T. S. Hagau, Druggist. -- PUBLIC SALE OPERA HOUSE! JUST LAND! the creditors of Carrie Hart-ma- n Arc much Id little; always ready, efficient, satisfactare hereby notified to file ory; prevent a cold or ferer. their claims with the undersigned, cure all Urer ills, nick head- properly verified, on or before Nor. ache, Jaundice, conntipatlon, etc. Frlce cent. The oulj- rata to take with llood'a SaruparUU. 5, 1896, or the same will be barred. 19-2- H l If II! s Pills Notice to Creditors, Trustee. Mrs. Hallio Stucker has sued the L. & N. railroad in the Woodford circuit court Mrs. Serena Scott, aged 7U years, for $25,000 damages, for the death of who was thrown Irom a widow of John D. Scott, did in Jesea her husband, mine. hand car. 2 F. CORZELIUS, 28TH. Featherbone Corsets and Waists. JOLLY CHUMS ar-a- y -- TEACT OF afilKvi old 1S-- 22 To-nig- ht - neccs-sar- 175-pou- well-informe- d - to-da- y. w III lurf 1 WW Fox-tow- n, irt-e- n Cliam-berlain- e's -- -- I ) Tai I, claims-agaA- vJ ."Z-S"'luKit- va- y I -' V L. & M. B. E. filrrSisrrB&rrIErrs era BTBhiTTaatTHlMfiarrliBlP - SI IfijnJJJvlJi l'vgiS )f ." lis 11 - de-cre- pid us Eta i )p n GET LEFT, if 1 All-wo- ol E THUSIASM? GET ktM 1 materials-reqniredfort- he acco-dan- ce & TO se ihgw; I- Tsra i pa d;s-eas- e Willis-Turne- y. THAT'S WHY IE ARE well-mad- ENTHUSIASTIC! W& II stu BECAUSE 11 e, one-ha- Bronston-Dudle- ilk luGliarian ()IiggrstaFf7 m jipBfriJpialhlJiiBpJlfJia eis airaSrrSfrysraQfraEirairtlSra amam ho-qu- et !I?EfrUlSf?qfTaBfIEg g ed IPSSES S3I 19-2- nd j ifig nisi HI ITTT-I JL 1X CLOSING OUT SALE AT r' E STORE 11 ss 'SfJ wmm- - mmm wmku SHOES I wmw 5S;SS si CLOTZEdZZlbTa-rMHEUNTS- SONS' who-lol- il ZBOTET. IS pal XfaWrw iraffi)filIml lop where-everh- -- hi hh ip - 3l WSrVVVVV, - US gJi List of Letters. 45 KCRES. -- il MEN'S ip ipj I FURNISHINGS. Eats Very Cheat. ri-s- on - , MILdMNER?! rer.11 HiERRT KLEIft TUteiM. J.C RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS CHEAP- 50G 19-2- self-address- ed IS pHl pp I SOK, Trwdts,;iBw andit-LeoBratto- is t. V -- ":r '$ - St, -- .- -i -. 1 -i z- - ca ilV, " r u ?-i- " - r r TH; t lU ? - 4 ' . ti Tii: JSB?i'i teZidh-i. ", vri'.-v- j ?f jf r; -- Cjt? "C 3 t Jft xlv - r i IP r' - r"p-- i Or' Ifv - r' T KENTUCKY Th NEWS. r&rtt of the Lateftt News From All Commonwealth. MASKED RAIDERS Drstroj More Toll Gates la Franklin E The toll gate raiders had another inning in this county and three more gates were destroyed, one being on the Lawrence-bur- g pike and two on the Louisville and llardinsville road. The 40 masked men, armed with guns and revolvers, who did the work, warned the gatekeepers not to collect any more toll, else harsher methods would be adopted None of the men engaged In the lawless net were identified and it is not known whether they are from this county or Anderson. Last 3 ear this county held an election for the purpose of giving ihe people a chance to vote whether the turnpikes should be free or not, and tho vote was in favor of freeing the turnpikes. The law provides that when the people so decide by vote the county court shall at once take steps as provided by statutes to purchase all pikes that are not donated to the county by the stockholders. The county court of this county has so far failed to purchase any of the roads, and these tollgatc raiders are taking their failure as an excuse for opening the roads by violence. Their conduct is being sercrcly condemned by all political parties, though rcpub-l.can- s are endeavoring to make capital out of it by saying it is the outgrowth of the Chicago convention. Some of the officers of the Louisville and llardinsville road were notified Saturday, so they claim, that the gates would be removed if they continued to collect toll, but they took no steps to prevent it, so it looks as though they did not care if the gates vtere destroyed. ITiry will likely institute suit for damages against the county. HORSE THIEVES Are at Work In rranklln County able Trotters Stolen. rnAMiFORT, Ky., Oct. 20. Valu- County, Kjr. rRASKFOKT, Tvy., Oct. 2C development of the silver question here is reported at the penitentiary here Monday morning. Thos. Cloyd, a three-yea- r man from Monroe county, became violently insane and had to be forced into the hospital by a heavy He imagines detail of guards. that he has been ordered by the silver national democratic committee to go on the stump for Bryan and silver in Mississippi and Louisiana and attempted to force his way out of the pen. in order to go on his mission. The prison physician pronounces his insanity genuine. KENTUCKY CONVICT Uecomes Violently Insane Over the Money Question. Fraxkfort, Ky., OcL 20. The latest ENDED WITH A FIGHT. A Political Bow In Trimble County Ax Attempt to Ilowl Down a speaker. .Bedfohd, Ky., OcL 23. W. B. Sny- DAY OF WEDDINGS. Several Kentucky Couples Made Hsnor at Lexington. POCKETFUL OF CHECKS. 5 PREACHER Kcv. Kalmry, IN JAIL. Charged IVIth Larceny In Cincinnati, lias Not Lost faith. Vajccemjro, Ky., OcL 20. Rev. Bcnj. Raimey, whose revival was out short here by Chief Deltsch, who holds a warrant against him in Cincinnati, charging grand larceny, says he will put the chief to all the trouble he can, and make him get requisition papers before he will leave Kentucky. Mr. Raimey lias a license from the Atlanta Colored Baptist conference. He is an evangel' isL He preaches, prays and sings in jail, and says Ood is with him in this -- trouble and will deliver him. Augusta, Ky., Escaped on a lIorst. OcL 20. Monday o, morning James Campbell, of Ilills-borput his bloodhounds on the trail of the fiend who Saturday night burned the houso'and barn of Americus Weaver. Amid the greatest excitement the dog followed the trail to the house of Henry Urcen, colored, who was suspected of the crime. When Oreen heard the dogs approaching he jumped on his horse and rode away toward the Ohio river at breakneck speed, and his whereabouts are unknown, as no attempt has yet been made to arrest him. Lexixgtox, Ky., Cfct 30. The most peculiar election bet of the season was made here Monday. Van II cms,- tho well known Lexington photographer, agrees to roll a peanut from lishment up Main street to the store of Wilson & Co., a distance of 300 yards, if McKinley is elected, but if Bryan wins Thomas Murphy, a clerk at Wilson & Co.'s store, is to roll the peanut to Van Hous' gallery. hls-esta- Peculiar Election Ilet. thieves are at work in Franklin county again. Mr. W. C Trabue had two valuable trotters stolen from his pastures ia West Frankfort, one of them Mollie K, has a record of 2:2G, and is a bay mare 15 hands high, 'left fore ankle enlarged. 3 he other is a bay gelding 15 hands high and has recently been castrated. Mr. Trabue thinks a young Negro stole them, and the police of neighboring tr vt n hare len notified to look out for them, as a liberal reward has been offered for the thief and horses. 4 Horse Mr. Campbell Scott, one of the besL known of Lexington's young men, was. married at 0 o'clock Wednesday evenFOR THE LADIES. ing in the Second Presbyterian church, of thtt Separate Voting Places Asked for In Lex-I- n to Miss Katie Shelby, daughtersister o late Maj. Thomas Shelby, and Eton. Lexis.gtoj', Ky., OcL 23. Upon the Internal Revenue Collector WTallacc advice of County Attorney John R, Al- M. Shelby. They departed for eastlen, County Judge Bullock has notified ern cities immediately after the ceres. the board of education that the ques- mony. tion of issuing SSO.CCO in bonds for MIKE CONNOR'S SPREE. school purposes will not be placed on the ballots to be voted for by He Rode Onto a KallroMd llrldco and Almost Cansf-- a ITreck. the people at the coming election. Augusta, Ky., OcL 22. Mike President Mark Coilis, in behalf of the of near Augusta, in a drunken, boaroV has asked Judge Bullock to set state, rode a fine horse, valued at $200, aside 15 separate voting places, one in each preciRcL to be used for voting for down the C & O. 1L K. and attempted board of ednevtion candidates. The to cross the Turtle creek bridge. The board agrees to pay the extra expense horse fell and its legs became fastened still attached. It this is done the women between tho ties. Conners, took will not hafe1 to 4alc their chance3 not realizing the situation, off the saddle and the bridle, with the men a they did on registradown tho and then proceeded tion day. track. A man passing saw the horse Diphtheria In and notified the section boss here, who IIorKixsviLi.E, Ky., Oct. 23. On acproceeded with his men to the bridge, count o. the prevalence af diphtheria it impossible to remove tho in this city, the Virginia street public but found through freight was stopschool has suspended for two weeks. animal. A building on ped in time to avert a terrible wreck. The school in the main engine tho Clay street, attended by the larger With the assistance of the children, has not been interfered with. horse was pulled off the bridge, but it the horso The disease is not of a malignant type, was necessary to first kill firmly was and then cut off its legs, so only two deaths having occurred thus it fastened in the bridge. far, but several cases are reported. Con-ners, der, elector for tho Sixth district, wat howled down by a mob in Trimble county at a debate between Snyder, foi the Palmer ticket, and L. F. Zerfoss, for the Brypn ticket, at Wise's landing, in this county. Several made n rush toward Snyder to do him vioStones lence, but were restrained. were thrown in the door of the building, and Snyder was solicited by friends to retire "with them by way of a rear door, ss several men were waiting for him at the front door with drawn weapons. Snyder showed his courage, and, while unable to speak, remained on the stand his full one hour, but at the beginning of his 15 minutes' the words "my friends" again After started the. mob, and hercth-ed- . the speaking a general fight followed. day was a day of weddings In Lexing- - 2 ton. With nuptial mass in SL Paul's. ing. Miss Katie Garland became thct bride of Mr. Patrick O'NeiL They are. to spend the honeymoon with .Cincin nati friends- In the home-o- f her parents on North. TCrmilwair. rffllnrk Wedncsdav af- ternoon, Miss Emily Johnson Ureene-weddeRev. Dr. George Varden, o Lkxingtos, Ky., OcL 22. Wednes- -f Chllds la Accused of Forgery al Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky., OcL 2. V; H. Chllds was arrested here Friday, charged with forgery. Chllds pur- W. H, FRE , I t er HAVING DECIDED TO v church at 6 o'clock Wednesday morn-- J ntt J d Paris, to which place they drove diately after the ceremony. imme- father's house to Mr. Everett E. Woods,, a sterling young farmer. They will spend their honeymoon in Tennessee. Catharine Coons was wedded in her chased a suit of clothes from a mer chant and tendered in payment a check for 824 on the Merchants' national bank of narrodsburg. The check was made payable to Horace lie Dor ana signed by J. 9. A Dram, xnree other checks were found on Childs' person, one drawn on the citizens' na- -t tional bank, of Danville, for S20, pay- -' able to Hyram Dunham and signed byi Ellis Malary. Another was on the Merchants' national bank, of Harrods-- ti burg, for S15, payable to Harry Dean Jj unu Bigneu uy jj. j. .uaiier. iuc umcr was on the National Bank of Lancas- , ter, for 818, made payable to Harry-Deanand signed by F. C Nappier. He also had a number of blank checks BUTTO AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE BUSINE As soon as I can dispose of my stock o! goods, I hereby announce that on and after this date my entire QUIT with each package of with him. Friday ended a triii lesting several days D. P. Bethurum, county judge of Rockcastle county, who was indicted in 1892 on eight counts, charging him with forging the a'lidavit of Mr. Dyer, in Rockcastle county, fer tho purpose of having an increase of pension granted to G. W. Payne, nnd offering the signature of G. W. Pittman, a notary public, to the jurat and the signatures of H. II. Baker and R. Ueintzman to the affidaviL Judge Barr said that the government had failed to sustain a single count in the indictment, and gave peremptory instructions to dismiss the defend-anStabt-3- WILL GO FREE. County Judge Bethurum Establishes Bis lnnocjo.ee. Looisvillk, Ky., OcL 24. Acquittal CLOTHING, NOTIONS, FURNISHING COODS, HKTS, OKRPETS, In In fact everything in the House. mut closed out regardless of price for 1 YW CIGAI IE I TES AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE L H 0NLY!I No goods will be charged to any one. All goods charged this year and previous to tliis year is now due and must be paid at once without further notice. This is . MAY LOSE HIS VOTE. ton's clever young athlete, Wallace Muir, received' a telegram Monday from ClarKsville, Tenn., informing; him that his services as coacher for the college football t"am in that city had been accepted, ai&J for him to come Coacher Mulr E tgaged. Luisgtox, Ky., OcL 20 Lexing- - Carlisle is in a disturbed state of mind. He had hoped to vote for Palmer and ISuckr.er electors, but fears he has lost his vote. For years he has made his home at Covington with ITrary Queen. Since the last ection Mr Queen has moved to another precinct. Mr Carlisjs docs not know uhether he can vote now at either polling place iTr attempt to do so without aKfallenge. He has wired to friends at Covington to investigate for him. If he is not disfranchised he will go to Covington Thursday and register, Since Last Election Carllole's Ilotao lias Urea CijRnjrei. Louisville, Ky., Oct. SG Secretary trial pt3tto and Miles Newton and Ira' Ilugi.:s, ciiarged with conspiracy to kill Ed Smith, at Cadiz, Monday, re suited in the discharge of Miles Newton and Hughes and the holding oi Otto Newton for trial in the circuit court. l'oll!c.4 and a at once. x ' Two D.syvJr At and One Hclct HorKihsyfiLE, Ky., OcL 20. ?fct' BREAK JAIL. Prisoner E.csp Uy Catting Through tlallof an Old Cell at Lonlstillr. -illu, Ky., OcL 2G. Six pris-Lolid from the county jail at iuors esS. nday afternoon by cut- . 5:30 o'clock' V. au 0f aa 0id cell iStetVraugB The men who got on the tS3d mvicted counter- rf. PUt are: Jak e of six years. T 4. Beowxkvii le, Ky.. OcL 20. D. E. Litterc:! and JeiT McKaae, tvio :arm ers of this county, iMin lay quarreled a.1 a Baptist chure.i, Lvc u.iles from Brownsville, uunng vwiici Litter?.! was stabbed in lh" back by Mciu'.ni'. and iill die. The trouble yrcw out o! a political i.iscussion. ed festival Saturdar night at Hayaes' bchool hoc--- , on Taylor's Fo-this county, lcx. Campbell and Phil Peyk, lir.r. For a Debt of Psfty Richmond, Ky., OcL 2C. At a color- io: K-l- feitcr, serving a ftrobbing a Uarry Urooks, convicT-C- o ,tence oi anil' having post office zie and four vears to sorvfr: Tom Quse "VVill'amMcKenzie, charged ,th . KHy. charjcwl breaking; T-Sailorly, tiasgev housebreaking; Wes. m ... it. -- ton were shot, the latter perhaps fatally, by Mock Crutchi-r- . The trouble as over a dabt of r0 csits. t After 31inhinrx. Riciimom), Jvy-- Oct. W. Revenue Officers Thomas Austin, of Lancaster, Jack,--i'C'oun- ? w .th cow stealing- - fleet, Lcxlnstoa to LnMGTO., Ky., Oct. TO. Secretary Lvne is working hard for a good running meeting here next mouth. The are horses in training at the trackno- all doing wclL There lifc been here this fall, and the yearlings Hhich are being broken am said ti'be ho finest lot ever seen here. The gwXV weather has afforded the tracers ax. excellent opportunity to get their horses in condition, and they belie. fe they will got a share of the money. One Ileail and Another ratally Hurt. - HsEr snclr-ue- ss J. Fleming, of Midway, and John Burton, of Lebano;u aad seer;U depu ties left here Monilcjwining all heav-j-armed, to breait yp a moonshine still ,'n Jacksoa count V-IllazIaT O'L r t. Ky . OcL Xt A special from liindmvn. Ky-- . says' that a 5.00O- gallon tank of ou was hre a on. leaver cieck. It was tLe properly of the New Dominion Oil Co. Escaping gas near the tank caught from a match, in v. workman's hand. S. k fctore Works Shut Down. TWO SECRETS Mipdlesboiiougii, Ky., OcL 21 Tho IJollid'ay stove works, employing 25 That VCere Well Kept by the Parties Mostly Concerned. skilled mechanics, ceased operations Lancaster, Ky., Octl 22. nolman hursday. No reasons are given, but is supposed to be be- Glass and Miss Eliza Ijoti, prominent the surprised their company's inabilty to citizens of this coun-iycause of the foreshndow the outcome of the elec- - friends and relatives here "Wednesday 1,a. ..u 1... UlAiiWUkivUfJ 4T,q vjr .uvjr lifl s.i.. t on. (r. II. liolnd.ay, the manager, JL .,.itt1 onn rf . ..v Thpr will. r lutnn ..-w. .. tl i. ' -- ""W vi'ir may reorganise the cqj that he .tsyn Kentucky tc engage in the pan in a few ?jTKs. mtrfantile business. Parental objec A Compfinmise Made. tion is the cause of the marriage reLkxikotok, Ky., OcL 23. A compro- maining a secret. , mise h'is een effected between the was Miss Myrtle "Wilds, of c:ty of Lexington and former collector married to Mr. J. E. Smith, ar well to S G Sharp, by which the city will get do merchant of Jellico, on SeTJtjrabor 17,'000 of the S24.000 which the 13, and the affair was kept a secret is said to owe the city. The until Wednesday, when the huband trouble was brought about by a clerls came to this city to visit the bride aad fl the collector's office being charged made it public. i Hih'misappropriating the money. A Penltontlary Kindergarten. Wllf JTar ITalllne's Case Jfovotnbcr C. Frankfort, Ky., OcL 22. Two more FjiXS&ffiliT, Ky., OcL 23. In the court of appeals Thursday the Walling children were received at the penitenhere morning. Bulcisewas set f:r argument .November tiary Asher WednesdayCheek, of Laurel and Wm. C It had been sefor next Saturday, lion county, aged and 14 respectively, but by agreement o"f the attorneys on and sentenced 15for one year each for siOes it was pasSeS', over till the loth Warden Hancock is date mentioned. The mofrin'was xnadc manslaughter. receiving such a large number of boy by the assistant attorney gcfceraL-Thprisoners that he is soriouslj' thinking Wedainp. establishing a kindergarten, Danville, Ky., OcL 23. Mr. R'tsljard: of may be .separated from the vthere comthey 1 ucker Lowndes, jr., son of Gov. Li6J?d? audi mon xierd till the state schools of I owndes, governor of Maryland, ave erected. Miss Mary Elizabeth McDowell, daughof Mrs. Martha McElroy McDowell, ter CarlL Is Comlnc to Kentucky. u ere married at the First Presbyterian WASaisorON, OcL 22. Secretary Carat noon Thursday. Gov. and lisle left here fit 2:20 Wednesday after Mrs. Lowndes werer prescnL noon over the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad for Covington, Ky. ne will make ToIIcate RalSers Will l'robably Be Indicted. the first of five speeches in the KenFrankfort, Ky., OcL 2X The au- tucky Hrrpalgn at Cc'vington thorities are after the tollgate raiders; October 23. lie will return t'hile their investigations arc not to Washington October 31 and will not made public, indictments, it is prob-jibl- Vote in the presidential election on Nowill follow. Owing to the promvember 3. He is accompanied on his inence of some of the parties, an at-- 1 trip by Mrs. Carlisle and his private 3inpt will be made to quiet the matsecretary, Mr. Van Senden". 'X shut-dow- n , Gribly called Eph Ilebler out of thp church at Centertown, in Ohio county, and accused him of .circulating a slanderous story. He demanded a retraction, neblcr refused. Grilby drew a d knife and plunged it nix times into the left side of Ilebler, who fell mortally wounded. Grilby mounted a horse which ho had in waiting nnd galloped out of the village. Ho was captnired by a sheriff's posse after an exciting chase. He was lodged in the county jaiL long-blade- Henderson, Ky., Six Times. OcL 24. George IS WEEI CAP I I Si tfiwSBlcEBIHlHHBj A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS WITHOUT COST. I a.;-.......,- . .Yjuwiwslklt Lexington, Ky., OcL 21. Mrs-J- . C. Woodward at her home, two "miles from the city, was standing in the hands were lbSj pf wagon load of corn. The horses became frightened and ran toward Mrs. Woodward, knocking her down and dragging the wagon over her bodj', breaking five ribs nnd injuring her internally. Mrs. Woodward died at 5 o'clock Friday morning. She was aged about fifty years. Crashed by a Wagon. 'mmsm 50c: aid $1 per box. 6 (or $5. Japanetn Pile Ointment. 25 srd 50s. t tr box. Japanese Liier Pallets, 60 piilir25tr J? 1)1 a&B W O e and TKf n rlv.lrrtTIMt Will euro all ki u"d of Plies, Why suffer with this raffilnrili.ainv Kunrantrn with fi1.00 boxes, to rernnd the.moner irnot eured. ZZallcd to any address on rocelpt of price. Iho Japanese Vila Cure Comjfaily, bLtTaul, Minn. JESTSold by AV. G. White, Dniggeat, Richmond, Ky. this-city- col-loct- mean exactly what I say as regards my accounts and as to my stock of goods on hand. I o Lowndes-McDow- ell Friday: Original Burgess Ramsey, Winchester; Micajah Grove. Sulphur Well; Owen Smith, Lexington; Charles G. Madison, Brownsville. Increase William A. Jeffries, Center. Reissue Jumes M. Wylkinson, Original Widows, Etc Lizzie Cecil. Paducah; Marida King (fathei), Sams; Margaret Limerick, NewporL Mua-fordvi- Washington, OcL 24. New pensions jrcre granted to the following Kentucky Pensioners. Ken-tuekia- ns tame THEWLURD ILiOTTIS'VTIJLjEJ, SZ"3T7 ooco Has Recently Been coocen- Converted Into IW h IS Soli hmb i IN EVERY LINE Price I he THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY NOW WHETESR YOU NEED GOODS OR NOT A3 MY STOCK COMPLETE AND 1 MUST BE SOLD. - Yonrs truly, Loverlog: re-fftv- ni Thurs-day'riigh- t, e, ter. KitsELLViLLK, Ky , OcL 2G. in Lo?an county, wss the scene of a desperutc battle. Mean whisky and cards resulted in the death of one man and the probable death of anAdairs-viilc, dealers of Louisville hold 'about bevec. t,.ndr(Si-thousanbushels of wheat. Moninv asked SBs for it with nci; tale ivas on Friday at sales. The Lnnlsilllp Wheat Market. ft; AfiiaVltLE, Ky-- . Oct. 20.-K- " grain, ,,r lt r J other. Arch Proctor stabbed to death Aaron Crafton and seriously wounded llV brother, Jiov Crafton. The dead man was a noted jockey and a dead game man. .. .. Carlisle Speaks at liowllne Green. - rnn.ni OtimsI CtlStendcn In LoulsvlU TT. Louisville, Ky.. to Mexico,,; Crittenden, conMl Cwho is here on a visit f'&ogan - iIur half brother, den:9the report, raj', his that he is going to resign lisoflicg. OcL-2J.-Ge-n. norKissviLi.E, Ky., OcL 23. Wyatt Letcher, brought from Princeton for safe keeping and lodged in jail here a month ago, was taken back to that place for trial. He is charged with being the leader of a mob that murdered an old colored man in Caldwell county. Must Iteiualn Out or the State. Fkankfort. Ky., Oct 23. Mrs. Peoples, the Louisville woman imprisoned ior criminal practice, pardoned by (Vv. Brown on condition that she leave; the state, wants to return to A petition presented, to Gov. Bradley has been refused. Ills IlenialtiK Found. Htden, Ky., Oct 23. The remains of Henry Pennington, a noted moun-- 5 tain desperado, of Leslie county, who lisapposred three years ago, were ound near here. A bullet hole in the skull showed that ho had been murdered. Louis--virj- Wyatt Letcher's TrlaL e. a young man of thin city, while' out Ky., OcL so GC hunting Thursday afternoon, had one SecOcL- SO 15owi.Uo OUskS, Ky., ley will return Tuesday from b tour and the other so badly retary Carlisle arr.ved here at 6 o'clock of speaking over tile stats. Afterscst-iD- g eye destroyed he may lose the sight of lacerated that Indiaa-whermorning and was cscorttJd aturday a day or two he will go to it, by the accidental discharge of a from the depot by a committee of And With Ills Wlla Was Killed By he will make foar speeches. Bgiin. sound' mon y lenders to the Morchead Southern Train. Kentucky Medical Association. ArrtdeniALy Shot Himself. Lexington, Ky., OcL 2L At the lithouse, where he held a" reception. The 20.-- Ed Buke, OcL 23. Tho KenJackson, Ky., LEMS.OWW. Ky . Oct secretary spoke in the opera house at tle station of Greendale, four miles 3 a young man of Cleveland, O., acci- tucky- "Valley Medical association, 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon. of Lexington, on the Cincinhimself while loading of the counties erf Breathitt, northSouthern railroad, shortly after were sworn in to prevent dentally shot nati yards Mon- JVolfe, Lee. PowcU and Estill, trotier in Gentry's stock 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, northdisorder. sesFridayfor a two-daday nighL His wound is not f ataL bound passenger train No. 2 plunged District. Candidates In tho rimr meeting. sion xf tlstir New Kentucky Putin.tcr. into a buggy occupied by Gcorgo Louisville, Ky., OcL 2G. The cone FnA-KF-on- nn-- iin.!!..1!! Planv Fhaniort, A Hunter's Eye Destroyed. Ky.,0rL 23. Sam South, r, Brad- e Constable John Everage, several days ago Btarted in pursuit of a man named isrock, who Collins barn at thought burned the Rock Castle two weeks ago. Brock lied to the mountain fastnesses on Tug river, near the West Virginia line, and thither the pursuing party followed. They came up with Brock, but ths latter had rallied a number of his friends, and a pitched battle with Winchesters ensued Brock was .wounded three times and finally captured, but as the victorious party retreated they were ambushed and Collins had his right arm shot away. They got away without further mishapacd arrived here Tuesday. Brock will be held for the grand jury. He is only 22 years old. but is said to be a terror across the West Virginia border, where he began a wild career when only 15 years old WAS DEAF PITCHED BATTLE Ensued When Pursuers Caught no leged Firebug Two 'Wounded. "Wuitebuko, Ky., OcL 2L Ex-Shiff Jasper Collins and a party friends, headed by himself er Al- Louisville, Ky., OcL 24. Candidate Joshua Levering- returned from his southern trip Friday, and was accorded s hearty welcome to Louisville. His followers made quite a showing in tho parade which preceded Friday night's meeting- at Music hall. The at tendance at the- latter place was a surprise to the prohibitionist loader's friends. Political Pleasantries In Kentucky. Brownsville, Ky., OcL 24. At the Meridth schoolhousc, near Bee Spring, gold nnd silver clubs were formed Levi Davis, a farmer, was addressing tho silver club when he was seized by two men and thrown from the building. The silver men retaliated at a gold meeting: by shooting ont tho lights. - at Louisville. a Modern Palace- Halls and Eatmnco are rarble .tntl Tiling of the Finest Quality. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - - W S, PARLORS AND UPPER HALLS. - - - Offices and D!ning"Room Beautifully liantly Lighted.. Decorated and Bril P. S. Fixtures for sale. Its Equipments throughout are witnout a Superior in the South, rate LewISBUKO, Ky., OcL 21. Two spats of and of the trestle across Pond creek, on ttallwny Trestle Horned. Have Been Expended in This Recent Improvement. .... Charges Considered CfXTttEZ $lo,ooof of H SliH1 (j f3 si miZ iS&WW HEAT DRILLS, fcfe " and Nashville railroad, Tuesday morning about 4 o'clock. All trains were delayed. Temporary repairs made the trestle n.issable for trains at noon Tuesday. burned RFTTES $2 5t $2.50 PER DRY Jr., The exact thing for your W. Scott Mills?, kmi 1 ftj THE MARKETS. ' 8 e 1: M 4 spriair patent, lluai.TO; wlcter patent, N2S4.W! lancy, JiSXatOO; lqnily. !ii)jlM. 9itr4. VZOkQZSS; lowgrado, ti.u0Q.Z2i. rje. Nurthwestern) HbOQllS; da citr. sost-Oi- i i nEAT bales: Na 3 red. track) Tic familr, 13.1531 10. I"-Sf l"a-hoo- s Flour Sprln? fcaay, ClWCISNATt, Oot 54 tlTOHOO, spnnj M adison Mommaesital "Works. tar. 29fer vty- - a Jii?vsf Foreign - and - American - M&rbls MANUFACTURKK AND DEALER -- AY H ARROWS,. ROLLERS, HARDWARE, S. I II Extra-policeme- n com-p3se- Coux bales: N'a S mixed, o.d, vraok, ZlKot yellow ear, cow, track. c Oats Sales: No. 3 mixed, track, Select shippers', select butchers', i3.4&&50, lair to good pirtrersV good light. 13.403155; soav-t2.363.45. fair to mon scd roughs, ti.iiQXiO. Cattle Fair to good shippers', 13.4031 I9e extra. L.a'&s oo; gova to cnoiuo outoaerir- - s I3 60a4 00; lair to medium butcherd. tlWS- - j 3.43. common, li.ilii5Z.7i. Sheep ahs Lambs Sheep Extras, 11733 a 00. good to caolco, J3. "5,11 C5. oommoa to lalv I.75ai00 Lambs Extras, ItoOtli; good to choice, I3.S5&3.83; common to fair, ti.7S13.Ja Veal Calves Pair to good ga L iiff3 &S0; extra i, &:!&; sommoa and luis-eJ3.00O tHO-Qiiii 1 , AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, I. 4 I Fombs, rjVik. &!41Kjis53 Tablets, Headstones, Urns, TINWARE. M rAK, KWlf i PtiiV.fS!OSiiiTHA j&ilM urn - 5i6p Jfaar1 IK"? Statuary, Etc FINE "" WORK A SPECIALTY iT r -- I. WfflVfmns!) vmrm .''"' I"- frrnc E?rl VV"!. Your Trade Solicitcl.y5 Work delivered lo any part of the btate. TaT"Wnte for Designs and rices. GEO. O. DOZIER, Proprietor. Iivine Streets. Richmond, Ky. 1 Shackelford M 1C" --- J- RICHMOND, KEN'lUCKY. .. Jij - - M - - -M - M 4.60. - - - - - - M3..H.UMM,WMy., sSSj - ys semi-annu- al gressional fight in the Second congres-biondistrict has been more compli cated by a decision thatu. v. bouinau, populist, shall go a on the balloL The name had been refused by the county clerk. This makes four candidates. Noted Preacher Dead. al middle-of-the-ro-ad Ky., OcL 2G. Eev. Josich Carncal, one of the most promiHirKis.6V.LLE, nent Methodist ministers in this state, cha-acl- er died atr his htfme near Trenton, aged S7 years. He was the father of 21 children, V3 of whom are now living, and in church was a remarkable historr. jpU(i v through life for the person who keeps in health With a torpid liver and the impure blood that follows it, yoa are an easy prey to all sorts of ailments. That "used-up- " feelins is the first warning that your liver isn't doing its work. That is the time to take Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery. As an appetizing, restorative tonic, to repel disease aad build op the needed flesh and strength, there's nothing to equal iL It rouses every organ into healthful action, pnnfies and enriches the blood, braces vp the whole system, and restores Health and vigor. DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC DIARRHEA. ZIissSakaii Gibson, of Saeo, Bradford co.,.nfnn., writes: "l cannot speak too hichly of your Family Medicines Foryears I buffeted with stomach trouble; it became so very bad I could not eat the slightest food without terrible distress. I began taking your medicines, as you advised, and sow can eat al m ost anyth ing I wanL I "have taken about one dozes bottles of Br. Pierce's Mtss Gibson. Golden Medicnl Ttt't- eavery. I also suMtred forthree years with chronic diarrhea; could get no help till I began the use of Dr. Pieice's Compound Extract of Smart-Weeoae-hsdozen bottles enred me. I have also taken Dr. Pierre's Favorite Prescription for cmala WeAkacw witk jm4 mnUt ' u . ., FAIR SAILING F (0-- .. es d; lf Frazier and wife, aged colored people. Lancaster, Frazicr was deaf and did not hear the cb.olco, I7&l8ot decided by the local lodger ef Knights warning signals of the moving train, ccnirso. Iiailo: average, 16317c of Pythias to "build a nevrhaU in this nor did he give heed to the frantic moNew Yonx. Oct. 2t city. They will ask the lodges through tions of half a dozen farmers who stood May, 80Ji Wheat December, 77H'3'7 to donate S¢s i in the rovl a few hundred yards soc No. out' the United States 2, 312c: December, 31Xtt3tJja; Cobs okcrfr away. The engine struck the vehicle, Will Drill an Artesian WelL tossed tho horse high into the air, May. 3lh3Uic 21JJ30c; December, SIHoi Oats Western, Lancaster, Ky., OcL 23. Theaity shattered the buggy into kindling May, 20Jic. TOLEDO, O.. Oit 24. , diHcials will drill an artesian well in. wood and threw the occupants Wheat No. 2 red, cash, 77c; December, ttiiemiddle of the square here at onctt. the wheels to be crushed and 79Kc: May, 830: Na 3 red, cash. TIH i mangled as it sped on in the direction Cons No. 2 mixed, cash, 20a: May, 2StfC IMnckburn lias Recovered. of Cincinnati. The horse fell in a man- - Na 3 yellow, oash. 20o: No. 3 white, Mc A vast area of fire clay has been disOcL 23. VEL'ft'i&CL'ES, Ky., Oats Na 2 mixed, oash. 18 a heap 40 yards away. The dead covered in an old mine near Spellman. entirely recovered and "bodies o: Frazier and his wife, with the Bte DulL Na 2, oash, 37e; Na 3 do, 33a. A company will bs formed at once to Blackburoi has' CniOAOO, Oot 24. will speak jfiriday for the first time at lower limbs of the former and the head manufacture brick tile, which will Wheat Ootober. C7Jfo; December, OO.'o; txf.- G eofgetown, and arms of the latter crushed to a January, TOffc; May. Tlob that abandoned town. pulp, lay on the rails. Coks October, 'SSQlliio: Deeomber, UH Died on tho I'ublic Itoad. Held for UmAo Stealing. 2iic: Mar. noFKiNsvilLR. Ky., OcL 21. Joseph Ky.. cL. 22. "William October, 17Hc; Deeomber. lSJic: May, T.ArAfTER. More Toll Goto Raiding. Gelderd, a jeweler", committed suicide Mvers, arrested in tins city cnargea Frankfort, Ky., OcL 21. Tho toll SHJaa. IKDIAHAPOLIS, Ind, Oct 24 cutting his throat with a penknife with horse stealhrg, was held for ccurt gates of Franklin county were raided by Cattle No chmxe In market. upon a public road south of this city nnder S200 bond. Monday night and every gate on tho Hogs TJood to choice medium and heavy, Tuesday, while walking from Clarks-villmixed, Ii30'JiiO, good to choleo three roads in the northwestern part ll&0&3,!7 Witness Threatened With Oeittrt. &5. Tenn.. to this place. No reason Fraskfobt, Ky., OcL 22. A threat- of the county is reported to have been lichts. $3 51W is known. for his suicide , has btMvt re- destroyed. 'JTiree hundred men were ening anonymous letter silver nnd l'enslons. Dojjs Traill uc Ilurglars. ceived by John E. Miles, the millesraf engaged in the depredations and they Flkmixosbdiig, Ky., OcL 2L Burg' this city, warning him not to apptasr w.ere divided into three sections, each I served in the army about four years, lars raided John A. Allen's jewelry as a witness on behalf of Mr. Goins LVk ing a road. Two turnpike compan- says onr writer in the Chicago llecord, store here Monday night and carried whose wife eloped with the former ies were up in court Monday for fail-lir-e and never was off duty but once, and to keep their roads in order and that was when I recnllsted, for all such away watches and other jewelry. convict,-- Al Bowling. The letter is received a furlough to go home. I was Bloodhounds were put on tno trait 01 postmarked at Morchead, Ky. The the" csss were continued. This probnot In the inr to shoot my feilow-methe burglars Tuesday morning, writer sayi? fliat Miles will be shoL ably cauved the outbreak. nor to he shot at (I presume I shot like Miles says tKftb he shall give hi testiA Weddiue; at Ml Sterling;. Tin Plate Works Resumes. Mt. Steklixg, Kj, OcL 21. Mr. Le mony. Wabash, Ind, OcL 21. Differences the rest), forthepnltry payof aprivate, Roy Wise, of Delphi, Ind., and Miss Mrs. Judge Coon's Death. between the management of the E. nor tho pension which seems to bother Myrtle Clark, daughter of a prominent works at Gas City Mr. Stewart so much, but to try to save Frakkjobt, Ky., Oct- 22. Mrs. Vf.n Morcwood farmer of this county, were married P. Coons, formerly Miss Diltz, of Brack--e- and the employes have been settled the best country that the sun shines on. Tussday at the bride's home. county, died in this city at an early and the works started Tuesday morn- Now, 1 care more for the good of the Confederate Cavalry .Reunion. hour Wednesday morning. She? Was ing with about 300 men. The shears-me- n whole country, for thrs and future generations, than for the pension, so that had been asked to take a reducKiciiolasville, Ky., OcL 2L Tho the wife of Judge W. P. Coons, fori" shall vote for Bryan and sixteen to Eighth Kentucky cavalry, C S. A., will erly county judge of Mason county, tion of 40 per cent. from, the old scale, but refused, aud the former scale has one. Jf Mr. Stewart cares so much for hold a reunion here Wednesday and' but now one of the officers of the KenThursday. tucky court of appeals. The remains been conceded them until the company the paltry pension, he should vote for were taken to Bracken county Thurs- can pcV ia machinery to perform the McKinley and the gold standard, and May Eeslcn In Gladstone's Favor. help to make slaves in the future. Iget day, and the burial will take place Fri work. Loxdov, OcL2L Mr. Win. Pritchard day. a pension, and consider It a bad go of Turtle Head Breaks a Dog's Xeg. member of the house Mortran. liberal "Lexington,- Ky., OcL 21. Albert honor; but those jioor soldiers that are Claims of commons for Mcrthyr Tydvil, has lBVT5E,Ky., OcL 22. ClabnraTharp, Heinl, a saloon keeper, cut the heads to have their pensions cut half, undersummoned a meeting of his constituJudge Tharp, shot and off three large frttrtles Tuesday morn- stand that their pensions are only to ents for the purpose of discussing tho son of yard. resigning his seat in k lied .Brutus Hnncy, a colored man. ing and threw them ia his back tho vi- - drop in comparison with what the question of his. got. We have had a gold In the afternoon a dog came in w if!tnMw(r( nresenL parliament in favor of Mr. Gladstone. Thev had been drinkinsr ! cinity of tho turtle heads, one of them standard for some years, nnd I think Mr. Morgan's aim is to initiate a move- t on the dog's leg with ment to bring Mr. Gladstone back into atllice's still Tiouse, this county, and i fastened itself break IL ItLook half four years more would putus beyond re- lftwnljnn comprising Mr. were having a good time. Tharp Bent fiuch force aa to open politics. The liberals the mouth sufil- l !, ha tvnnld frire himself un an hour to pry Morgan's constituency are enthusiastic i cient to disengage the dog. in their approval of Mr. Morgan's idea, Thursday. Democrats May Brio? na Injunction SiC the Grand Old .. Attempted llrlbery Charged. but are doubtful that i si IhlllM 1sUl . . lr-C...ai , - ., Mlv .,,- h f. na TrnTfTsitT, Man will giro a .favorable response to , - ,, wv mr. 'fe.l 1 1 f Ai'i AJaxJAxxnr uu juo.i rT Louisville, Ky., Oct. 22. A sensarJm cT arues wiu.oui,j. iur. olur, Mr. Morgan's movemeaL in the trial of Rutaen fo travel for responsible es tion was created The jailway; company, whpwa6a!ktahii8hed houag in Kentucky, slary Jlnller, a grocer, charged with mf Mart Flavagajt has entered suit dolph was is insolvoni; andi'jheBireTBO'and expenses, lsition perma- his wife, when at Parkersbnrg, against the the murder of an attempt had ifbeen Jibe; - Jendant pay. .The total for S10.003 Reference. Enclose WMhuI- charged that bave to . B. & 0. ior the killing stf'wsoijn Tb iUi3DI 2jrcssed stamped envelope". made to secure a Negro witness "naaaed T. A. .. John Flwiagan, Wr rl.V..J'tl i bHUia lo swear ia wwuwa ; v U a yard eBgiae. ijftiego;, TTILl Wasuisgto.v, OcL 20 J. L. was Monday appointed postmes-to- r at Strunke, W'hitley county, Ky. Shot Ilimsrlf in the Dead.Pn.rr.Avn Ind.. OcL 20. CHarlei? Reeser, a farmer, living near Nottingham, committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with arevolV-jfReeser had recently recovered from atLick of illness, and it is sup" posed his mind was affected. Creek-mor. liulld a HalL JCy., OcL 23 It has been Wool, Unwashed flne merino. 9 JJ 10c per lb;' clothiar. 133I3o; medium, de lalne and olothlng, 14i13o: braid. UitlSo: me dlutn combing, 1214c VTAshed, Due merino, medium clothli?. llIVi; deX to XX laine fleece, 14313c: long epmblng. I&dlSe: quarter-bloo- d common and low, liijUc: quarter-bloo- d o: d, yBMHHHasteHipjHMHHBMBBMMai - Sl 2T& ffAV IT5 E&- -m JTo b -- H 1 HON.. C. 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