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MeHEVJtrRHOADS. FRAXK L.FKUX
mlTOIW AMIl rROPBtlCTOBH,
NUicmrTin riuciMi.iso ri.it ykah.
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"Tk Hte nutlinrlseil In mmowni
OEN. SAM E.
Ainrnmllilnternrllie Democratic nnmliin.
lion fort'oiiKftwIu I Konrlli
"WKsrennthorliuHl If nniiouiici
PROF. W. B. HAY WARD
A rnnllilnlefrl'lwit to lliotfinxllliit Inn-lit
"ATk lire autliorl7.nl loniuinniice
HON. HENRY D. McHENRY
A canillitm fot l)el-Kte .nllieConiitltiitlnn.
"YYTk nto In niinnnnre
H. a SINNETT
A n candidate for tlio otllcn or HherllT of
Ohio comity, utiject to the ncllnn of the people
nt the coining Mutual election.
"Tk are n inherited to nnnnunce
SAMUEL O. P. HALL
An b ciimllilnte for the ofllce of null-Jeci
to the notion of the people at the polUln
"W"' B,e aulliorlaeil lo Biinonnce
A. B. SMITH
.KCitulhlt)forlielftite to the Count
Convention, to the 111 of the
.Hiple Ht the AtiKt election.
WEUNEHDAY, Jt'LV ".
August Election, 1890.
ron juuon sweiiiou comer,
WM. H. YOST.
TOR CI.EHK COUKT OK APrEM.fi,
W. W. LONOMOOR.
A. L. MORTON.
TRANK L. TELIX.
S. CALVIN TAYLOR.
CHAS. W. PARROTT.
fob oouvtv scit.,
JL. P. LONEY.
JIM POLK THOMSON.
FOU RHRl F.VOR, ,
A JOHN B. WILSON.
FOU COIIOKT.B, "
HIIIIT, T. IthMlhll. A. AKHKIIMIV
Tiikv do fay "the picture in politic"
only worked well a few da).
I'iikmi..t EitwiN is announced
to be ut the meeting of the County
Union in Hartford, the 10ih inst
inn ijidimuiM vi, v...---
finery in Louisville wan burned Monday
afternoon. Two persons were
seriously urn! several ."lightly burned.
Tiik "picture in politics" may he
enid to he purely the invention of
Mr. K. V. Neal. If nil men were
good looking, this plan might work.
Tin: lUpubluan' phin of asking
itelf (uestions and then answering
them, N of ithelf iiinusiiig. Jf the
Jlrpubliian can get any Comfort
whatever out of it "straw" men, let
it go right ahead. It is hurting
nothing not nobody.
.loll T. You.v.i ban severed his
coiuuolioii tilth the J'rincetou
which he hit wi ably edited cilice
he took control. Hi arc
T. .!. Hill and Webb WafUii. Mr,
lill will betditor, while Mr. Wat-
kin will intend to the business need
of the paper. May they prosper in
their new work.
Mil. K. 1. Xi:w. be iimking
the niie on hi good looks. He haw
a line picture of printed on
the hatk of his can! It is a new
feature in politics. If Mr. Neal
Mould try its full ell'ecti venue, lie
should stay at home and tend his
printeil picture and card to the
voters of the county.
A oci.onk passed over CSallatin,
Tenn,, Sunday ufieriioon, doing much
damage to life and property. A
church in which it congregation of
negroes was assembled, was blown
down, killing two perrons outright
mill prlimlitiir uovornl Ollior
I'l o I
portions uf the Klute suffered from'
the same storm.
Coi T. Hi .s ro.v Wnxiv, editor
(ym va . . I
ol llietirn)(iii Untitle, is an aniioiino i"-" """ "i" " "i,v" ".
tl cui.did.ile for Delegate to the' At 'vcxiugton a larye part of the
Constitutional Conwiitioii. Mr. (delegation er " y h committee
Wilson is n fomi01 "f "oil. TH Stuart.Judge
man. and would make upuiiiMuking. 1,llliail1 lt,u,,i whfl made the
conscientious Delegate. His fiieuds boys feel welcomo even hetoro they
of the pre- would be dtlighud to "ivcd nt Winchester, The
chim honored by hi people. milieu on reception, ot which the
m Hon. W. U, IJeckner was chuirmiiu,
Tin: Rfpiiblium, in its wild ellorts never lired in tlu)ree)(ioi toniakc
to find Miinttliliig to say, diiests their vuitors see a plea.aul lime,
itself of a lot id'blow about the Litilu The Lexington llr.is Band was en-
tliinKs for 1 moment nliiiut he letniL' ll 'it v At id P.. ..11 nni.,,i.. k'ri, oonoMiMIK oUM.HHMrncstim
Ihem. If the RtpnhlUau greiif feTittre'Th'is'lhrJviiig tUn iedb tfftlKuiiSoblMi
Jleud ltsstatemeiilsalmut Hie ex.
jiendiiiiie of thousand of doll.tn and
heavy tiiMitimi ure sn palpably nh
hiird t tin t no one, howettr eriilulnu,
lulthe Jlepuhlitjii ticket by such
.tint, tlse ftouc.1, Kiith h;vinj5 juopje
til llll! 'OIIUlt' SlOU it reilUl lllln I Il'I
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wtoie layout, inn ot the
tiuM iiidicalf tJitut limy vf.lj do that
vtt) Utile iliiiifr
Tin: Kepnlluan don't liko for tlio
Hkhai.d to sympathize with Wilbur
Conflict in hi high portion on the
Republican shelf. 9M the Republican
was nne of the silent workers who
helped "ehelte" Condict, it ought to
keep quiet nt least from policy, if
not out of respect for Condict.
! Although Mr. J. S. II. Wedding,
chairman of the llepiihlican
e, nccepled tlio ndditioual up
' poinlments made liy ClmirmniTRnnlli,
his men won't work. Monday was
speaking day tit Boll'a Hun church,
iitid several of the Republican candidates
were in Hartford up till
speaking time. They don't went to
wit.it to meet the Democratic Ihijs
any oftcner than they are compelled
Tin: Republicans of Christian
county are having to take what they
dealt out to the Democrats when
Dick Tnto defaulted. Their Sherilf
has defrauded the State out of several
IiiuhI red dollar, and is now undergoing
investigation. The Republican
party is in n had way in Christian
as elsewhere, and the Democrats
stand a strong chance to win' in the
Republican stronghold of Christian.
Tub election of Mr. Urey Wood
sou President of the K. 1. A. was a
deserting compliment to a worthy
joting journalist. The clo?e race
between Mr. Woodson and Hurry
Sonimers showed that this latter gentleman
was very popular with the
bojsofthe press. Oil was poured
on the troubled waters between Col.
Johnson, the retiring President, and
Mr. Woodsou, his successor, by the
courteous action of the Winchester
Tiik bold stand taken by James
U. Blaine on the sugar trust tax and
reciprocity with South America, has
caused political consternation in Republican
rank. His bitter and
strong denunciation of the Mclvinley
hill only added to this consternation.
There are many Republicans in Congress
who would like logo with Mr.
Maine in this new move of his, but
Iki"s Reed holds them under his iron
thumb. Mr. Blaine's assertion that
the McKinley bill ought to kill the
Republican party will likely prove
true in '!)2. Let the work of con-version
go bravely on.
Complaint comes from several of
our subscribers nt Centertown nbnut
not receiving the Hi:kaij) Inst week.
It is a common occurrence, it seems,
of lute days, for the HllKAI.D to
reach Oentertotwi htte in the week.
Other places are ubjo complaining
and nuking us why this neglect. We
.rn uvlruitiali ajirn' Tnr till BJJJI alllte
of affairs in our mail service. The
Hkii.m.d is mailed promptly mi time
mid with great care, and the reason
for delay iiiti't exist in the neglect
of mailing clerks and postmaster.
Wo don't look for au improvement
in our mail service until after the
election, us the postmasters nnd
mailing clerks are too busily eu
gaged running polities to attend to
their legitimate business as it should
Till: Prentice correspondent of the
Hartford Republican, in the last i'sue
of that paper, reminds one forcibly
of the cri)tur iiiiich reads: "The
ass opened his mouth nnd ypake."
That u man who pretends to he u
minister of the gospel should indulge
in sucli oiisceue "emit, is alike
disgusting t decency as it
is degruding to morality. His
put rile attempt to draw the
HpiAU into a Luintiotcrsy with
him, m vors m strongly nf indecency
mid hloichgiunrdjsiji that iniigt lie
e.cuseil ftoii) defending to the language
uf the "rake" Lo twtice it, nnd
will allow that conceited fhongl
uiiimportunt peooi) the pleasure of.
unliug tor those whoc patures arc
low enough to enjoy such elusions.
THE K. P. A.
The meeting of (he Kentucky
Prens Association ut Winchester last
week hu all that ilia editor could
ask. The husinens meellijM were
Iruught with good, and some cveell.
ent papers were read mi Various stih.
jects. The social part nf the meet
ing was succes'ful beyond expectation.
The "gate-way cit)" lo tlio
mountains opened wide her gates
and the K. P. A. wasreceited with
iiltltll i It inrJ rttm t ik miu ritiAli lin.inla
gm - cd for the entire occasion nnd
good music was never lackin. On
Wednesday inornin . YPiiriOoti
ir' UT ..l . -
v)wis given ovjr the IV t'. iwau 10
its lumber 1'ayjj
iUfiit.inHti.TKli: ADO tKior
V 1Tit W -! .. Li . y .
Vert' few "of the editors bud llitT
1'resideut. "- "--'X"
LintH Mrm II. XMF liecuMt
",fsdnlted or thb 'atma
Slato until thev inspected the largo
special ami enjoyable tenures o Jho rMljWlta,l,,ly '
week. The occasion was honored by -plant D,Vhow and when BoVnn.l ' ln 1bl5ri.y IiTmnTler
the sisters, .laughters Ti'''"K?roUJ,j:ciUof
sweethearts of the pre-, and life TlTt!'? TV.l amounting to 87,44'., the tax u which
mills at this place. ' That night a
hanijiict w served Sat the jopera
t T. Kl .. C-. A. l. ,1ia
cods and niesided over bjrthe
ly grace and gentlemanly dignity of
k Mo !.:.,. np w;nl,..i.p
I I1C C?tllliniMG HtlViio ' ihi,iivivi i
The excursion to Boonebdro on P.i.
day and the ball Friday night were
ence of fair nnd hea "l,"" . women
kept bright countenunces mid l.litl,...
fill smiles on the faces nf thasterner
sex. Hip meeting next jen ir will ho ' I
held nt Pnducah on the li rst Th.irs -
day in June, with Urey Woodson,
President; Hurry Somers, Vice President;
Henry Thomson, Secretary,
and Ben Harrison, Trenstirer.
The people of Winchester will ever
hold a warm place in the hearts of
the Kentucky press, because of the
generous and hospital
ity git en them at the meeting of
the K. P. A.
W0R8E THAN RECONSTRUCTION.
The Republican party, in order to
keep its hold on the Government,
will toop to nil thing possible for
the accomplishment of their end.
They now propose to pas a Federal
Election Law, under the operations
of which our Congressional elections
will he no longer free, but watched
and controlled by n paid horde of
United States Marshals. The Republicans
simply propose to take the
elections into their own hands, do
their own counting, appoint their
own returning hoards, and count in
Republicans whether elected or not,
The will of the Returning Board is
to be supreme. It is a subject for
deep consideration when the Southern
Republicans in Congress oppose
this monstrous measure, which seeks
to destroy the freedom of the franchise
and the secrecy of the ballot.
Henry (Jabot Lodge and n small coterie
nf bigots conceived
this measure in tjie hatred
they have foi (lip Pontlis they
brought it forth in the iniquity of
their sectionalism and the narrowf
ness of their blighted souls. They
would willingly sell the freedom of
the ballot that the Republican paty
might continue in purchased power.
Reed nnd his crowd of followers,
maddened by momentary supremacy,
propose to force t)ns bill through
Coimrcui and allow (jut jittlo time
fur debate. Well may they wish to
keep this bill from receiving the ventilation
it needs, for such u blow has
not been directed against the free
dom of our institutions of government
since the dark dajs ;t reconstruction
in the South. The people generally
who love liberty and freedom,
should coudenin this measure. If
the people of these United States
will submit tamely to this infringement
upon their liberties and rights,
then is patriotism un longer the pride
of our national life, the liberty for
which we fought, only a name, nnd
the Uion that was saved is confronted
by nep upd more serious
THE S. T. A.
It was our pleasure to be preseut
at the meeting nf the Kentucky
teachers nt Frankfort during the Inst
purt of tjiejr tessfop. The meeting n
wag tic)) attended roni various parts
of the Btutu, nip) the cptjre program
was carricl out. President Glenn
presided over the deliberations of the
body in his usual fair and admirable
manner. nuperinteudent Hunter,
together with the people of Frankfort,
excelled themselves in enter- in
Uinnieut. Interesting programs for
night entertainment were prepared
by then. An excursion to High
bridge was given, aiu ty exceed all
other features of llxeif genjerQsity,the
hotel bjllsofhe teucer jvore paid.
The people of Frnnjtfort djd the
hundgouie thing by tho teachers, and
not one of theui vll pyer be in favor
of nioviug the Slit,e piffytp to apy
uther place, The . T. A. adjourned
to meet pet year in the city of
Henderson, and IJyeJy, prosperous fbe
toun will have Uf gat up early if
she hF guests better than the un
nlcfuiMiH, WsVric town of Frankfort. g
Uf f 1.-,. ... ., . r. ..
iuiir.K di. renins. iiik purinii
J-.. 1..I.. .! - .1.- A. II . l
Ostein under which ho ttork,
forded by tho first year of the present to
uuu. Jtiiiiiotiu a lUHiiuuiuiuti.
amid u throng of i:
ed to which everv nrecodimr orowd. as-
sembled on a similar' occasion, was, jn
numuers, out as tne congregation oi an
lllfllinil UUUIVII UMIUl'UlVt. .U I. XUI11II1I1"
tiv iiim miwllni. In TT,.lnn Hs.nam
Vwhatover may havo been tho intentions
awn ifpn's oi mo . uo was ,
own party. Ho tor mWijb provisions' Of id
ncu ... ..... mem out in manner niat luw.Hje .lay
j ... ..r r.L.Aa " -
,.,..... oi reormera. Jiut . thai;aijt -
aim ted to onlv 1 or the civil
service. Tho work of rytiovil jjijij .....
iHimw)lv a imuivuiuieiy comiseng
on. ami huu iwan prosecuted wun rer ,iug.
lullllflud fllt.ilrirt vnlmii iu utiwt.l "
amazed at tho y'l...: "" '.r.i' ' .7"...: IT. I t .
DllKllklUIIIWMUII HJ VUU
1.1. II 1. r,.(
ru'i(ii,, o ,nu won., 11
lri)uli1..ir were jlnuffllflOTTV Jr myi
nroa uesotian anYioOdnnil 11 er
iiuers im-, the
iU etlce Lot
tliat it ftru
'. 911 I" "iPrH
llluiri thn l.liu.L rhrt ' ..
ie sH)lla system seems to1 B0
rap. 1UIIU Ul. UOII UI lliu IWVI'MV, W
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HVW,"'Vlil'Vl'Jvi fvf.w.w rr cHlnta ff --K III nil I .ItnMt
THOUGHTS BY THE WAY8IDE.
I ..Jl, "2" .1 I . .. r fonntTSDjfdfui4ith5 8ltrv
eaid to mo thtTother iityi "Tircil of
the Uriff and of the siljer bill and the
federal election bill and we want men,
frfT C,,:TI1"M' 'a5
'e ?1 T"f ."V""?
tired of nil , these thlnRR, but do you not
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families, wo must study them, and be
, . .
i i i .!
gbletouieet Uio jneoMoqnceiB!nB,
them na tlusy arse. Now ii)on the erv
. .. .,,..
amttunted at thb din-rent raU, to 8M.M.
...k-V , . i,.. .
ro aiKtitionni usi uau oeeu reiuirieii tor
.,.. '. l,. ,, ,,M.
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lowest plane study, ...
,' ,"." ft"
in l 'y h;.,.M i ' 1 ?kt will!
f Ih 1881, liowWr, the Mine
,th?!t,,y,whiehI1,i' '""'"'orbutaWfferchtl.herilT, the On
of political since
the purchasing iwwer ,ii m,r,
rc.wrfoi won! 8100,000
of our tarms is regulated ana Alulitor.s Attention-
of everyday a labor of you fact ami 11C 6rc1emi
ami your lam .y lunuenceu, now cau
you consistently cscae so plain a duty
as to bo ablo to act Intelligently concerning
that which not only ghes to
you and must offer to your children
whatever of protection to person and
procrty you and they may enjoy, but
gives or ought to give to the world the
example of a nation of freemen, governing
themselves by their Own Jndh id-
ual intelligence and knowledge fit practical
olitic8? As I eei It, we who
enjuy the blessed advantages of free
government h'Ato no more tfuht to tire
of iwlitics than has the christian to' tire
of the plan by which Odd seeks o snVe
a world. Tlio hand of God is ill the
one no less than in the other.
As to the second theory "men not
measures," I think It is worthy of some
study just nt this time. "As a man
thlnketh in his heart, so is he;" oery
act of a man's life is but an
. ft v knl. Ill 1. A 41il nf nl rtl llAfe lll'
lueui ol I. lilt, lie .uiiins ui wiiii. iic ut.
Ilexes. Every sane man who acts 'lion-i
. . . ...i-;
estiy, must act in concert witn tne
promptings of his own judgment, moved
and controlled as he mint bo by4.be
theories he holds relative to the matter
in hand; hence from a man whose notions
of government are bad, no good
can come to those whom he assists to'
govern. There are' a few theories and
only a few aiming which et ery citizen
must choose, and these theories, representing
as thby do all the principle's in
the purview of representative got
are embodied in the platforms of
onr two great political jiarties. Between
these partien there is no standing
grofipfl. That there are myriad minor
fpnttejp concernfpg which men may
pgrep or disagree, T wjll admit; but no
man who tbipk porrfctly pap dc- else
than ponchide that tfc groiipd 'lft
which a government like ours must
rest is here laid down and every thought''
fill man must agree that the one or the
other of these expressions of principles
is correct. He must likewise agree that
between them there can be no compromise.
Democracy is either right or
wrong. If right anywhere in
tjiep right everywhere, and
eypry fiopesi man's untiring
support- Jf wrong, fbep Miose of us
who believe in it are Tnfcfakeny apd at
the fnl arbitrament the atr Pi PW
.w,. U. B4.flBUllil ...w. w MlAO)
another erring cause. Bnt the nuestion
nat pomes to you ana to me is noij
wilJUwin? Bnt, is it right? If to you
the principles pppid i)y $ie Democ
racy of this conptry seero right, then
you opght to preach it and teoph jf
and bolietp in it. I confesa that
to me the doctrine of Dptrmoraoy conies
as does the doctrino of Qod'a moral government,
and I believe in it as I do in
the christian religion; though there
may bo bad preachers and exponents of
the christian oreed, in whom I have no
faith, yet above them and beyond them
subscribe to and support the cause for
wjijph fjiey sieak. With ime in
as in rplfgjop, jf i? nieaaures before
The editor of the Courier-Journal in
recent editorial sets forth some vlows
npon ihjfl .Question of men rnpning for
pfllee independent of Mtls to wjilch I
pipst heartily nji)),Hcribo. Concerpiug
q Constitutional Delegate race, he sayai
" JfllPJ) flopgepse ;s talked ojont nominating
candidate fof $p
Convention. "Lets have no polj(jc$
tho Constitutional Convention" say
ho gentlemen who are" trying- to sneak
ptotbe contention without any one
knowing what their views
they have any at all. Where' in the
name of liberty will yo'upnt' politics, if
jfof Jpto the Constitutional Colivention?
Ft P0iifi,C there dieapod down and
running over, ijnl sc9 Jhat yon pni
.only Democratjc'polilic? '
"Read the daily jiroceedipgs ifi
pay if yon think this is the
jtime t.p ask Democrat to stand aside, or
Democroti.o party to keep silent. I
f.'Tl ere noVpr was a time-Viam Jfioro
n rrini.nr mind for Rn arriesl. ttM
wiroe rr.v -.. ,t. tt TwrTl J"
rcsstv pypp for eji nfpieran weraoc
these men. 'biit Ufs s all he, mow.K'JC
imrniiiii into nil ew ntm 9ti. i'aiioHHi.
... . .- !'"',
"To-day Federalism is again warri&Blniver8ttv
recklessly ugainst opiilar rights, and
democrats need to keep their watch
"s burning nn n tlintifinml i.lia
un ai4 univutat v "PHli till l
time-serving rty action. .Tdmsq ,,
are not for us, are against us. Each
.tw ...1 T,.,, v.i (iuiiii iikii,
y " 'i'www 'iir.
,Vyj9V'tjthe IJoptibJicaus ovCrfbea. C
'vindictlte, . "
. . ' . . uet,rmine.l i . . wieraver : ..f
A full Invettl$atio3
From the New Era of last week, the
followlnfacM were obtained:'
Boyd, a nepnl.lloan. ' was sherilT of
rh,'.B tv ,n .U ,, ,lir ml
and over. The
WM attracted to the
an lnteHtiRation to
,((J millJw , H ,
Accordipgly Mr. li.,E, lUnduIph, the1
Auditor ugeut, began an, investigation,
and ho soon .disouvcrod that the Stite
had been defrauded of thousands of
dollars.. The amount, .referred to was
discovered in one day's work, and when
the agent went book to tlio oflloo the
fnext morning to resume iiisi labors Mr.
,08. Brown, Sheriff Boyd's ohiof
refused to, allow him to have access
to the .books. Thia brought tho work
to a atop, but it,waa euough.fnr a le-ginning,
and the agent at onf o tiled a
anittocumiiel Uie ymentof theHtafo's
part of tho money, amounting to oter
41,000 for. the year named. A rule wna
also token against huu to prodtiee his
book in qoart, sothat,a thorough investigation
of them may.be made.
The total amount involved is belleted
to be er.y large, as iti is thought that
the omissions by the assessor iu each of
three years of Jioyd'a term prior to 188S
were as large as in that ear, and that
the whole sum of his sliortajju. will be
between 1,000 and $7,000. The New
lEra is very plain. aboat the matter nnd
characterizes the action of the sheriff
as reckless criminality and oflicial rot'
The Sugar Swindle.
(New mkWutU.) 4
clearly Uie tariff sugar swindle.
The MeKinlpy bil phtcea on tlio free
hst.the raw material of, sugar syrup,
cane juice, tank,. bottomsj and melado
W Mjr cent, of which is iniortd from
abroad, and on which U.1 por edit, of
the tax goes into the Tretisury o( the
The McKiuley bill retains the tax ou
r.eiued ugar for the lieneflt exclusively
o( tie ltppjbl.can S.'Jgr Trust, because
pie to the Sugar Trust ggcp xt tho
pockets of twenty-one men owniug the
forty-nine reflueries of thu Uuited
The McKiulej billrelietia the
retluerH of a j early tax jtf oter
500,000,000 which they now iy into the
Treasury of the United States, us u tax
on tho imiwrted raw material.
But jt does not reliete tho iieoplq of
tho yearly tax that they ,pay int
the ixipkefaof the twenty-tine sugar, re-
I'Tf Ut rrr ;f t"c H"v "." "it- '
- v. c
i Will vou heed The sig
nal iierhapa of, the sure approach of that
liiJAJ ICIilKIO ikOVKTV vsunillll'ltiru
4pydd,clvcif yon cnnJnffbnl for tlio
4ke qf wiX r() contn, to ran thu riilc
i nr n. u nuuii Ai"Mi
exeriencp (jiiji SJinQlt'c
your Couirh.It noter Mils. i Tlits ex-
plains why mlire than a M on liottliw
were sold the past, year. If
urpupauu uooping wouga nt once.
JIotliersi1o not be without it. Tor
Lame Back, Side or Chest, use Sbiloh's
l'oroua Plaster. Sold by J. W. Ford,
Porter, the Eagliihman.
There lit soarccly a city In the whole
WWfyy fllSW PJlio,ence frD Vhloli
cqmpiaip d,o nnf of, the nacp)i
rate and sloven rueuioun oi census eiiu.
merators. Thismhfht have beep collected,
when Sorter, thu Englishman.
was selected to take u political census.
The ropulation statistics, esiieoially of
some of the Sonthcrn States,, will be
Syrup of Figa,
bined with the medical vfrtueit of plants
known, to bo most beneficial to tho' human
sysm, acta gently, on the kidneys,
liver and liowels, effectually
cleansing the system, dispelling colds
and headache Bnd curing habitual con
- literary' Note.
Maoini, (Wo yjjl, mm jyilh m
article untitled .''Ilartard Universitv
and Reform, by chancellor Uarkius
... ... ..... .i- . ...
or tne .National university oi unicago,
Sn .Ut ..-
m Pr,Tl,Bn, P,,,.M
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Radical rocommendajtionf, a,J forcibly
majniafpe. uuier umeiy .moies are,
''Pjan IWMprl'r p0JPh.nO'
nrft V Mv Kfiv. I
. rclo Dh the "Chlca"0 TWdo"9
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WW oi nore o. mnti near,
. 821.000 to tlirf Vntloiidf
"Its Proposed new'
1,1,1 ;iifc tl,rnoiraW alsri Hven in this
mniln. PnMMiriilt, '.'uj n',r.uin
n. .T - v.. i.ji
- WJieu pome t? tOW.H don't, forget
that Xeiser . Millpr cant be loiiutl lit
l,!W,y,f T.lf '"": .,'." ?,'.. r ,i""."'i
iJ'araet.omjFui, ypp?ou ipiiMuriu,,
iinnuu ' 1111. urn u ni. nni riiiinv in
M4tsj ,"-" ', "
give yoiir( liortM,!,,!!, gooil rouudleed as
M!tVW fjA .Wj ,u -"";
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V . '.i i V
lt, mu rrr :v
drnmiod. and after cochsiibseoiicit lin
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ley re in 1UP raJorj,ty, nit 1 txtrz: zzziwrx
',,,,(,'. i '-, I ' '. ', lill fflJiiH . ' w.r M 1 ' WET'JC
(MiuihOi iiemncrni i
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II1UHL. TfliMUI 11
'11 llf "'rji
kmhmwi liKLrtx ''X'.f'PPi
! " ' I U f poifloldi
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tlemenj Democrats' profiose to'"rnrf"
next Constitutional Convention.
1....1.1 - 11.1.1. ,
rTlin irviniT Ifirno.Llnrv 1 ivlulf hide!
Hart.'iparulUilulo itho .bltoVy. . tupdlplfio,
'7r""l,mr crm10" 1VTOiford.kiv. ..now forirent.m'Xbe 1.....
.trthoaid,ul8lr,clanu,M,olluf uey 1 AlrMidviiart can lie
uo Democrat bekleluded
vutmlalif. nnnil.t1ftti.ti fvote
t"'Y ugiHroititd .between
rented ' 1 'or more
I '. -- I ;
r. Reed is the only Speaker pf the
Afneriwu Cougress, who by a solemn
jrote.uCi.the House ha Jibecnfouud
guilty of falsifying the record of its
..Surgepn UenernlHamilton siystlmt
the cholera in Simin apiiear to be the
real Asiatlo article, but he thinks it
will not come into the United States.
CorMjral Tanner's income as pension
aelit is said to bo $IOJ,00() per milium
and when measures
I ass, ho expettH to quadruple that.
Tho wholesale llipior dealer of New
York hate agreed to subscribe half a
tuilliou dollars to build a diitillery to
supply their owu trade, and in
to thu whisky trust.
Broo A Kliwmihi
President Harrison has made up hi
mind not to be a candidaU) for
and has ti expressed himself.
Judge James Lutircnsou, who has
been in tho ixistal sen ice in tho United
States continually for seventy-one
years, is dead. Ho died in Baltimore
recently, aged eighty-Beven. He had
sworn into otlleO every Postmaster
the days of Presideut Jack-din.
The project to erect colossal
statues to Gens. Grnnt and Lee,
ou Tinnncle Mountitin, Cumberland
Gap, is assuming definite sliAe. About
S2li,O06 bus already been subscribed,
and offers to assist hate been received
from prominent men nil oter tho country.
One of the statues is lo face
Xorth, the otlur South, and thu foundation
is to rest in the triangle formed
by the boundary line of threo States -Kentucky,
Tonneeo aud Virginia.
The plan originated with the patriotic
nnd enterprising pople of Middles-borough.
Important Circular Issued by the Dcm
ocratic State Central Committee.
The following very imortaiit document
as Untied tho 11th inst. from the
Democratic State Central Committee
by Chairman John 1$. Cattleman:
"Oflico of .Democratic. Statu Central
Committee, Iiouistille, Ky,, .Tune
it, 1800. To the Democrat of Kentucky
County and Precinct Organizations:
Your State Central Committee
deem it practicable to undertake immediately
a thorough reorganization of
thu Democratic irty in the State, as
protided for by tho Louistillo Contention.
Thev consider it uuuisc to organize
utsvk committees prior to the
August election. They rely on the
present organisation of committee" to
look woll Jo t)ii IVtfty'f jfjI'TcsU in
evvry precinct ii; order to 'H"K' f(t a
full tote ou the that Monday iu fugiiht',
"To this cud each committeiman
throughout the Statu is iutitetl to com
muuicato freely with tho Central Qua
mittec, and iu counties uhcro there
does not exist a complete list of pre'
cmct committeemen, the Chairman of
such Cotiuty (or .Legislative District)
Committees are requested to confer at
once wltli the rtspecllie precincts In
tljeir bounties (or Legislatito Disjricts)
and L-et Democrnbi 1 lie rein to ilosi
nate a pro tern committeeman (op each
precinct on or uelore tlio otli day ot
Alio fjuairman ol eacli Uouuty (or
legislatite District; Committee is
to furnish tho Central
ijn or )efop tJm bOth ."' Jb'
wjth q isf o JiIjj (;(iij;n)Jtei.
"rhopurtyisprged to bear ill mind
tho fact that tITcctiie strength mast
come from orgauizul precincts, and uo
party effort will supply the omission.
"Tlio Chairmen of thu Senatorial dis
tricts, Judicial districts nnd Congressional
districts iiro expected to
tho efforts of tho Contral Committee
by eroia njuisjancp within
heir districts, and lpont aj alike full
auvion li soiie ie;
"Congressional Committees. - The
uongressiiinai uommiiteo is comiMiseo
of tlio inendiere of the SUte Executive
Couiiiiitteo and (he several Chairmen ot
tho County (or Legislatito districts)
Committees within thu Congressional
,'U h tiodiity of tho member Of tho
fctafo Execute Comtnlep p. w.nyepo
Jho members of us County (or
District) Committees, and hato
them determine tho, time and place for
holding tho Congressional Convention,
and it is tho duty of each Congressional
Committco tints constituted to provide
effectively1 for tho details of larty
wjthln lid Aistrlct, "
,"Te fiernjie of thp Stafp JUeeutlvp
Cjiarmou of j.r
I, '1- I I V,l ri"' ' J 1 1 .' '
ry chairman of the Congressional Con
'.'Nominating Contentions. In view
Q ...Kment atten.llng the abl
U'enco of any party rule in respect to
. ' . I. ' . ....'.
Tho North Tiakola train robbers we nt
to work In tho oliim'sy, foolish ojd plan ..
Tl.v .l.mihl l.avo trot nn i item in tho
a-, ;,t ,,.-.,
niiKlllllv lull ill tlioir favor. Then
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their robbery would luive brought them
Emor6 tunhey .ind'no risk.
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o.niujia wuiuiujiu P.nfJlTA.i. on Cure.
, u few dlHP. invWttnly Ph9. HIP
Ihe eiife'tif Ooiisiiulpllori H without u
hTueTiiu I1mu, jllu.um V , It Am l.tuu.
sold on a gtiaraiitoe, n test ttliioh no
other meillctno can stand. If you have
CoujU weaiueslly iuiKiiiln try ;
therS'R ?i .Vi'Jf,0"
thejwpinA Mmof 'Uo ,Wm PiriprHV di "IaWr. iii" S!iHoh'iiflx,PhJttH!0PIiiMtr. I
.njtenmaw. c " ' t uta 32tftiiiu8tfwfjuatti(, yl ' Hold by J I VV7 trora.u ii '
BLOOD and THUNDER stories seem to
be the present rage of advertising.' We
have no time to write them; you have no
timeo reiifl them. If you wish to sell us
a bushel of potatoes or a wagon load of corn,
you cull potatoes POTATOES, and corn
(JOHN. So with ug.vOtib'utiin6i mutual
and recjprocal.Ifl i? ilSSi .KoWpay us,
we will have to o uifrtnftiitidoeaiiiOBMMT you
trade with us, yofOTXlgfOTis is
the LONG and the SftQJRTMipLfiut it
SHALL pay. Our increasing trade assures
us that you know that it HAS paid, you,
and we are determined to merit the increased
patronage. This can only be done by
LABOR, CAPITAL and FAIR DEAMNG.
SO, COME TO SEE US!
Our announcement this' weOk is thaVOUR
STOCK is kept up we-will
down. When you come, we intend to have
everything you want. Our
Is complete. WHITE GOODS',0 iCAWNS,
CHALLIES, LINENS, SUMMER' MILLINERY,
SLIPPERS, FINE SHOES, MOTIONS,
specially for the season. GENTS'
CLOTHING, HATS, FINE SHOES, FURNISHING
GOODS, Etc. everything, too
numerous to mention, adapted especially to
General Staples and Supplies
Of every kind, full up. We have not, time
or space to annex prices. The PRICES are
guaranteed we can sell as cheap as you
WILL want our quality of goods. -
TQ FARMEIfS we will say tips, is a groaf,
Grass country; we have the leimMijg ii)acl)ii):
ery. The WALTER A. WOOD machine
is no experiment. It is in the lead'. It
triumphed over the world at Parist France,
last summer at the world's Fair., , A$ we
ask is, examine the Walter A. Wooij ai
then buy on business principles. Send in
your orcjers. or CQMi; TQ SIJE S.
Having decided to discontinue business
at Rosine & Sulphur Springs,
we will offer our entire stock,
$i:y fiqods,, Clqthii, $jo'z'
uons, pqqrs inu onoe, iats, aqq
and many otlieffhingKJMC
numerous to mention,
AT COST FOR CASH
Or in exchange fqr (Produce. i QV
Heavy trniceries'and Supnlies wilj
not be eo.'d at cost' 'Parties 'wish-
ing to avail tlcm8elves of this1 rare
pnportunity will o well to call ear
jt Tljose'luiqwin tijeinsMyeB 'fa
be jiiflebted fp u '-ill nleae p5Uff
onpe ana seu 0
please to heed this l' snfiiX WMi
iiig tjianks fori PQatilayorfiSrf
To be Opened for the Season'ft f86ifIufi6.ioth.
The miUenunneil Uric tcav loiiimoiiluo
tiH't.i iiimnr iiin iinnuiiin i iiiuiih.piii.iii ... sir.
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new unit eleunnth mniMiciJ, Inutile, trio call
until roonm, iiniinni loom, uhh room, ieii.iu uiiejj cry,ui, mwu " " ieuu4,aiiq aujtliecoiu.
roct'iiint ntnuseioents foumt atu reirt. JAUIT
Tliqtalile will nt ill (nif lio )i)j)lle(l with the heat th market to
our own nimleii. t el)i,veemploy,il Cooks and an elegant. bam) of maple.. Our
oVn rfuliy -4111 BUiirjfi Cull 111IIU iiinl tiullnr. in fuel, everyllittiK wltlli iloiunio remlsr a
' ' i t,j,40 Kfyu B'nV i, fcf, .(.
ilie waifn prp nip )B) nu niielicnmmrut. jner tuvaiiAPWVusurnniisfU liy
any mirluvs 1 III I i scoiitilri. ' " ' .
Hnlei 00 lo fl ffi per iuy, uliil tip lo J
T. O. Hiuiiwei.t , MvnnKvllle, I nil.
All Kinds .q
Vrti.iv' ' 1
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,2'13 w jtX JOAMOA Q
HiPpclilllK,') Kiffe, nmopf Stfrjjijppiie lOlh
.1. tiniivHii. iiniiinmiin ni ma pan .wn..i
i.n a .
ami ll the modern jomtPlenw., with
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iniUunre V7at i. nn . .tTrvT
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