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Lc.rhtfftoii, Knit achy, Satan
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Tlio t'nriiMTM AIIIbimt
Ins In IIiIm City nom
In r II.
There is a ctill for n mooting of
tlie Vnrrncrs Alliance in thiscity,
on Tuesday, November 11.
I liojie tlio meeting will be
most etitluiMinsticnlly and largely
attended by tlio fanners of the
country; and it t lie public in in
vited to its deliberation!!, us I
bojie and suppose it will be 1 ask
tbat Prohibitionists shall, as fur
us possible, be present.
The HuiiK will support the
Allinnee peoplejust as tar as it
can do, consist ntly with its
vowb to Prohibition; audit may
be possible to do this without any
reservation. When it is remem
bered that I am a tanner that
works at the plow with my own
bands, and that I am proud to
proeluim this, I do not believe
that any just man will charge me
with making advances to the Al
liance people as a piece ot politi
I believe that the "Farmers' Al
liance and the Prohibitionists have
a common cause against the poli
tics that is dominant in this
The Farmers' Alliance is full
brother to Prohibition; out ot
the same dam, old "Honest-,"
and by the same sire, "Common
Sense," both thorough' reds.
It must be evident to our
fanners that they are neglected
in the political ministrations of
the gentlemen that we send to
represent us ut Washington.
These gentlemen are what are
justly called brilliant men, and
they attra'ct attention for their
genius at Washington; Col.
Breckinridge as much or more
perhaps, than any man there,
liut the gentlemen we send there
do not own farms, and have no
practical experience with the tie
cessities of the agricultural inter
est, upon which all interests here
Men praise the bridge that
carries tlieni over. Our candi
dates have never been nominated
by farmers, but by ward politi
cians who live in cities, and by
little political oligarchies, vul
garly known as "rings," who al
way live in towns; the ring of
Lexington dictating the pol.t'cs
for the whole Hate ot Kentucky
Louisville and Covington will
of course repud'utc the state
ment, but one club room in Lex
ington that was a few years since
indicted by a Fayette county
grand jury, for selling" liquor
without license, b is made more
governors, senators and con
gressmen than any other dozen
rooms in the State of Kentucky.
The most influential two gen
tlemeu in Louisville are (Jen.
John P. Castlcmun and Jinle
John i. Simrall, both born and
raised in Fayette county, and
strongly retaining their natural
and just predilection for this vi
cinity. lft'urlislo was sent to the Sen
ate from Covington, it wm sim
ply because, while everybody
recognized his eminent genius,
Lexington bad enough of gener
ously, or expdiency, to say that
it would look bud to have three
senators who came from just as
near to Lexington as the law
Our representatives at Wash
ington being sent there by the
people of the towns, to recipro
cato theo favors by the politi
cians we tind a perfect contagion
of "booms" in towns throughout
the State; while the laud 'of the
Pluegrass region sells today, on
an average, tor less than it did
twenty ye. rago, and the fann
ing depression of t'o jw hole coun
try is demonstrated by the rot
ting fences and unkempt dwell
ings all over this region, famed
from ocean to ocean lor its beau
ty, ami proverbially busing an
exemption trom the national ca
lamines that befall other Slates,
until it looks like the special
benisou of Heaven r. sts u tu us.
Tin) only things in the firming
line in which I have ever known
our representatives ut Washing
ton to take any special interest
are wh'uky, race horses and to
bacco; three things atfuiust which
the most udvuiK-cd enlighten
ment U making Ihe most streii
Senator Williams introduced '
the cultivation of tobacco into ,
tbisronnfry. The greatest idol
of Kentucky iJt inocracy, n Vice
President of the Pnifcd States,
was the President of the Lexing
ton race eoiirs?.
.s n n porter I was once a
guest at a bancpict given bv Ken-j eight of which are editors of Ag
tueky distillers, at the Phoenix ricultural papers. The states
Hotel in tins city, when a t inted ;
Glares senator irom icntucKy,
passed upon distillers find their
business, ulogitims as high and
commendatory as one of our col
lege presidents or most brilliant
city ministers could possibly do,
upon n body r I ifciitleiiien met
here in the interest of education
The papers of this city report
tbat Senator l!lackbum has re
cently graced the Lexington race
course with his presence, and
though he will probably soon In
restored to health from the in
juries be received in going from
the races, as the IJbAiit: hopes he
may lie, there is but little proba
bility thnt be will be at the meet
ing of the Fanners' Alliuiice in
this city, though the place of
their meeting is jut one mile
rearer the Senator's borne, or
Washington, than the Lexing
ton race track is
When Pcusylvauiu, an iron
producing state, sends a man to
represent her at Washington, she
sends "Pig Iron Kelly," an ele
gant gentleman to whom, with
Ids wife. 1 had the honor of an
introduction by the lamented
Senator Peck. Tlio reMilt is that
ihe "Key Stone State" moves on
in a prosperity that is astonish
ing to us. Tha't state shows its
business judgment by sending
to represent her, a man who
knows her business, ami is in
sympathy with it; and until Ken
tucky learns to do the same she
will remain in the soup as she
Put in view of all ibis, ybilo
Prohibition offers to this Con
gressional district Iliram W.
Ford, a man ot first class intelli
gence, atid spotless . rei utation,
public and private, who has made
his living as an intelligent and
honest farmcr,tiiany of these very
farmer Pemocrats who complain
of depression . i'j their business,
will vote for Colonel Ureckin-j-idge,
who could not tell you
whether corn, potatoes and
pumpkins ought to be so we'd
broadcast or put in with a force
And these fanners will vote
for Colonel Preckinridge, not be
cause the'y have stopped to con
sider what they are doing, or be
cause they can see bow such a
vote is going to promote their
interests, but because the news
papers of the State have harped
upon the "silver tongue'' of the
fame us orator as they were in
directly paid for, in business suc
cess and party popularity.
Oratory that is toothsome pap
uluni to politicians at any time,
is only appreciated by the farmer
on Fourth of July occasions; and
is not the thing that "makes the
mare go" for the farmer.
The highest Alliance authori
ties in the United States have
recognized Prohibition as its
"true yoke fellow," ami has un
reservedly endorsed it.
Prohibition, alone and single
handed, will, 1 believe, in ten
years, carry this country and put
its amendment into the Constitu
tion ol the United States.
With the Alliance as an ally
and running mate, it can do th s
in the Presidential election in
The Pemocratief papers are
bidding for the Alliance, and tell
ing them what the farmers would
aceoiuplisli it tlui Allnuie.-i w.uil.l j
cast IU their bd Willi diein.
Haven't our tanners been iu an
aitianco with Democracy fur
years': ami in this alliance have
they not sown the wind and'
reaped the whirlwind? Yea, ver-
' )' . . I
The Kentucky lU'iu-ieralic
fanner ami the Kentucky D 'um-:
cratie politician for years have
gone gunnii g togeiher, and like
the Indian and the while man, i
together have killed a tut key j
ami a huxurd. j
The politician has s.iid to ihe
farmer, You take the the buz
zard uml I will take- the luikcy,
or I will take the turkey andou
mil) lake the bu.zard;' but lb"
politician h is " t -ver said tui key"
to the farmer, and ihe farmer has
eaten crow and bu.v.ard, while,
the politician has had a pei ctu il
thanksgiving day 1M1 celery , 1 ran )
berries and turkey. '
As evidence that the li'ghest j
Alliance authority ol ihe Vnited
Stales is in sympa'by with the
I'rohibitiou cause uive lln'lr
nddresn to the farmer of NV-brns.
kn, in anticipation of the Prohb
brtioit contest there
It is nigncd by thirty-one
names, twenty-three of which
are eccr chii ies of Kumars Alli
ances in dillcrent statop, and
ami territories represented arc
taken in the order of their siirn
ing: Illinois, Indiann, Missouri,
Vermont, Alabama Tennessee,
Louisiana, Texas, North Pakota,
Michigan, New Jersey, New
Mexico, Colordo, KinhiAij, In
dian Territory, North Carolina,
Nebraska, South Dakota, Kan
sas and Massachusetts.
The address is as follow:
To tlit' farmer r f Nebraska.
We believe that the prohibition of trie
liipl'T trnllii! would brut-lit the furmi t
l y p'liiovlnn one of the principle causes
nl crimt! and thus tendim to reduce, hi
tuxes; bv increHsirij the ilenunul for find
and clotliiuif :tho raw niHtcrinls for w hii-h
are produced by the filmier nnifinj; a
hrjte class lio now upend their money
in the mii loons; mid by deslroj inn ini of
the main mi trees, of corruption in politics
the purchasable million vute.
A Holier people can he more
readily brought to consider and riylit the
run its of the fa inn-is and other uiijii-tly
tretite I chissen tbnn a piople a considera
ble portion of which, owintf to Ihe de
basing iulbience or Ihe saloon, can be
eniitrolled lor piivale purpistxon elect
We Iwvu no f tith in the reports which
have been firrnhitcd that Prohibition in
the cause o; the ileiiriis.sed condition ol
iiuriciilliuc in states t lint have ontlnnt
the saloon. The causes of depressed ar
neuliure are oilierand exist in lieeiisi
well as Prohibition states.
We believe that Ihe farmers of Ne
braska can Vote for the pc ditlif Prohibit
nr. Ainendinent ii hint fear of injury
to tin ir interests, but rather in the b. lit 1
that voi d ill rcsu t to them through this
pioposed ouiliiwinjrol th liijiior trallie.
Il-trci!4l l.lojl 'Tiilk Out !
At a cliurch in the eotmtry in
Fayette County, recently, K-v.
Lloyd of ( Jeorgctown had a packed
house, containing many of the finest
and nin.-t substantial fanners of this
In the course of his fv earn
est remarks he shook his linger at
the crowd before him, and said
about as follows: "Y.iu aro a lot
of cowards; in your heart of hearts
you believe in Prohibition, and yet
when the election comes you will
walk itp' and v;uc for Ionineraev,
because you are afraid sonichntiy
will point a finger at vou if you
1 know there will be those who
will disparagingly say that this
sounds too much like Sam Jones,
but the (act is that the case the
Uevcrcnil gentleman was dealing
with is a bad one, and requires he
He knew that what he said was
true, and the people to whom he
said it knew it was true, and you
may read the utterances of that
preacher's great Kxeniplar, when
He was talking to such people upon
such subjects, and you will lindtliat
the Rev. Lloyd's style is much
nearer the standard than the mild
siiar-cnatod protests of the fash
While the latter will scarcely
arouse its hearers from the ordinary
church drowsiness, there are those
who will remember llcv, Lloyd's
words when they are iro'tng to the
polls to vote in November.
Alumt Editor J M . Snwyrr'n
When at Louisville lately, I
called upon I'.rother Sawver, late
j of the Southern Journal ( IVohilii
timO, and iViiiii him received an
j account of his late troubles.
I It appears that through .-nine
misinformation lie has published
' licit a'certain phvsieiau sold whi-
k . 11111I ii.isstl) v ili.l suiiii
Ibl some otlicr
tin j m J,,,,,,,,,.;,! nature, and
,1... ..livsieian lirnnebt suit I'm
inal libel, tin. I I'.ililor .Sawver trnt
beim; able to Mtstaiu his i-haige,
was lined -Sl.oOO, in iKf;iult u the
pay incut of w hich he was sent to
jail fur ten days.
lie admits that he made a mis
take, but claims that he was eousci
eiiiious in the 111 itter, and is wil
lino; to siilb r maity rdoin to the
cause of I'mlii'iitinn.
O.ir TjiM'M 11 I idle Oil
The l ist issue of The Ul nl.' pib
liiicd a liule imie from Col. . S.
IJ io-ers and Mr. K l. I'dainc, in
which thev hpoki- of tlicmcivc an
old uiii'i coiistl'il.'led K In I and a
iiiino li 'publican, xt indiiig tojidli
er til my dek, from which I wa
absent, and "p.isiuo- fui ilic lilade.''
The ivpcs made ii "playing lor
While ilic I'dadc hop, to be re
in -inhered by thi'W ".noil oeutlc
IUCII iu I Iteir p lilioiis u the lln'oiie
of oraec, it is a tiict that our Ivpcs
luUri'iiicseiiK'd their statement.
OUI NKW lOjiK I.KTTKIL
I'lrMn lit iti Sim
IT' tie 'iittiiMilvii :
tlml pHpi-m-- I'r
fin lis- I'M'ieirln
total of l.."m it
prwt oni f ii . i n 1 1 .
-A'ninl t 1 ii.l.c.i
Ann hoy I mno.
Itrinimu. !,: ,
,J5fr-prellv . ,.
for a pinty wlnelrff
ma by an n-.r.-i. 1 1
lj' press to he d.'ft
rKiMf'-, I i ,
Stales to llierl wi
i.'inil lie i- . a
on a tour wliicb
ihwi him i ; -
.indiDit I i i
)ntf Imv ; .
. JtTint ,f
Wlli bo T,!01-, ,,
son:il coiifi ii'iii'f
o( tlave eoinVr
tiotnslsor trie se
invited, and it ii
the state eonitni
--the pddii; -,f
new luemliers. I '"'" X,
At e.ieli of th' sijrnjiKfraIr.Tiiekit' !
will present the i 'lih flfofk of the tm- j
tlon.il coiuuilttee. hi, 40 fur as is l.o.- ,i- .
hie. put into
put into opi u(H'tJe organizing
machinery V Il
ls UitiUdet that
be persistent ly ki
dilution party in
faet. ty well as in
iiuizfnif work shall
tintil the Pr -
vrj iftttte'siiall be in
am. irjKor.ipl'tii p i-
111 leal oraiii. U io
l'he idea thai s
minds that tills
sort of a soeiety i
ilrevail in son j
should be some
tion. In ta .vs, refill
all who desire
natfiriat.e in its
(ouuelis, ilm-s llotB.
vgtq tow Shared by
the liieniheis of t Jnmllrpouilllittei',
and will not inlli htvai in tlieir
1 i plans In file IVC.iHUiorV party, as in
all others. Inyid
vrtjr-J.0f party, its
platl'orm and its
ui iw us w.,um"V H"t only ut
Hot box. lt,eljpjo, will" ho
l ..j r
the sole con ll'ilon
It is Knirir'yhiM.t
able to report
vigorously in the
In North t'urol
paper has lieen sta
Ins and sunn
lTi JRf'iidTial districts
have nominated I
plan a stcidy. re hfo f reasonably
me year romi'i ". tmuj)"
r nun iriiiu sia 9"
uis wnieti ir:'.7;iir
bition party vote uyttrl.
iu ueriectii;i thrf jL-'.y. oruilitiii is
I already shwuj-jX YfJiarrt sys-
i tJiii '.tii rim. i,li ti
htill there are re.isom t apprehend
the loss of Votes in some states where
the super!! -ial observer wo'i! 1 h.-ast ex
pect it. A toi ivr (.undent in cue of tlio
strongest and bet managed of our
'Never was it so easy for tilt? voter ta
vote another than an oi l parry ticket.
But just lu re comes the temptation to
join with some spasmodic movement,
with the hope that one crushing ivbuiio
may be iriveii to old party misrule. Tie.
farmers' Alliance nay draw off some of
our voters tliis fall."
We may as wed f.tc.
mid try to avert it As
is only partially in 'puii
0114 as our party
d it will be sub-
jeet to such iiilhleuces.
In .Maine the Denioeritic party de
clared for thesn'iistitutionof hi;,'h license
and local option for Prohibition. Ro
milt -Democratic vote largely reduced,
and I'roliii.i'ioiiists are co ied off to vote
the Uepubliean ticket "just this once."
Ill the West tue t irilieis ure s.lfferiii
from n lom; peno l of old party misrule.
Kesult a far ii 'i-s' polutc il movement,
which in the ii -it nre of things will bt
evanes.eiit. but by means of which our
t'lobinitioiiists are bee l to "voto just
this im.v for the farmer."
t When farmers, miners, mechanies and
all others v. ho nrj suit' rin frinn old
party roiteaae-s leant tli it tiio I'roliibi
tion party is the p Mole's party, hereto
stay and here to i--vern the country
sooner ol later, and that reform can
only come liii'i. mh thU party, and when
(Hir own fl'ieud ' le:ll:i this S HU." le-soll,
there vi ill be n i danger of 111 su t.'liipiv
rary lo se
When that timecoe.ies the Uepabliean
party will t'e.i-e lo auiiiially suo nit l'io
llibitory l onsli; utioii il a.ne'i laieuls for
the purpose ol'
from party wor'i
elites HI l. ei-;j-i,
be llete.ae.l by
poils l.et Us I..
K.I Wl'.l le.u ll I I.
oils ti ieii. an I I
Ir in i.u our attention
Uli'l ex!l':i-t iai olir Cll
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i: rn- 11 1 rielis at the
10 tue re. alt in Neliras
a ,i -n liiis isa tl.ci ,-er-it
a I'roiiiUiioii wetory
'ii buys II I vo ;;oiie cuer
. ;iU I i.etv .lunioi' eliib
there W.ll bite t I
H.-UciJIy to u oi .i.
are iiciii ; r. poi I
I'lioinas i w -ii
tliese ciuii .Iii
Hits 111 iv.-'o :; -
I al 11 1 t daily. The
ore I by Sccietary
dapl.'d t'.ir the 11 e of
I U'il i.ilo ilil -re-tt'il in
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stale, an I
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1 ' - it 'ii 'letti
,.elv a ;ari .(
S 111. ins lias
l.l 1 101I1. by pe
l.Uou ui utaio.-t fiery di.trul and coiia-
...... . - ntJiiviL cioi'iiti.tien. j ilm ei -1 . v. .i.i'-.i. .
Keiitneky has nileady? aU very wis.- : "Iii ft im.t n. In.. Max II. Iss'..
ly adopted the Pf('tne national I "Oc.Mt Sri!-- In aiisv.-er t'y..i:r letter
commit tin. and n Sill. aihoiithly or- I of May ! I la.o to say licit I'l-aiumf nd
pna.i:i fund hasjfV JbiTShcoura-rim; vis- v,,n to , n i al.)o.i hi Iowa at
r-iponses Why rit trftates a-lopt j preset, t, a:ie th it you had better wait
the Willie plan.' 'JereW&4 sti.te in 1 nni'l tin- next I l.U u-e h is done away
the Union Mat ivfRf!nir by this wit'i the f.r-si-iit I.iw. Smaller place of
v. ill cam-
1 ,e- ' , ry - , -1,1:-l.hii'd
'1 m"iii. - iii i f.'iin
li emend' m.ily sii'-ei',-,. i
.1. . Nicleill;. of iiiiuoi. and other
spi iiIot-. lire in tie sli;te and .vid reviain
tiil el' i-tii.ii.
I'r. K''La's campaign in T i. .---ee t
ntie s rii nf nv.ili.ms In h'ui. Hi- uiatily
Stand li:vy i,i,ie nl.-fur t lie I 'r- .1 lib) I ii ill
in Ohio nnd Mii-lii'rnn livly ram-pui'-rns
li"in,' 'A-a''d. St.. I ilm. Fan
nitur aii'l .'ilr-i. I.athrop wonderfully
i i t. ! L tl'ii-;s ia lli.' 1 ittei-: t.'ir:'.
M. V im lii-nne!t is kejit liii-y in Ii. li
mci and oilu r st ii in,
Iowa. M'n 1,-i'ui jiii.l Wii j!i i i iu f. .ii art
dniii iiuiii' . ii--;-t. d bv r, nation. tl
C.iiilor.i; i "V.il probahly !iov a h:ind
sonie li iui
M i'.-.'.cl 'i "its, with It' -tor in the
fi. M end I ne W ir e-t ! D.iilv Times to
I i iriy lies, will I vp n
'Vest Viri'ii'i. Debi
t nil voting si-ires.elee-
r I niir party stronet
In .'bivyl ,
v an-, and in
tioll d.i v slim
is ca-t I..
"llnn't f'.oni- to lunti. It N Ten Ifiirl
Tilii iici i fi-."
'flu' I'oll'i '. i1 :t is ftoni the firojirietor
of a iinf.'l ; : f'iv -ion. Tii -e men had
fl i- i-lar-s bar iii their hot - until th-prohibitory
l::w t 'o:- eifect:
"DlVMi .-l!,s V.'e v.ci'll l advise you
tint to coiiie to Leva until they have n
li" n-" I:nv. for ymi can do tiori.odin
thei-nlooii !.iisl:n"s tmw.
".-wn ft Bkckph."
('f!ii: I'.u-irn. ,t.. May II, iss,-,,
"nr.. i! Sik -I'i an-wer to your favor
cf tV" !''ii in f. 1 c.iiinot advise yon to
Oi 'tee ' h vr.i for tee purpose of enu'a.lJf
in w.i'sni bn-hn-ss. The brew-en as
will a sitcoi,i-ts are uhj'i't"d to ha
must sever" pro'fTitions, pud I am sure
you would art very wise. in not locating
in Iowa, r.'il-ss the m-.:t lei;islat.irp
r alter i or repeals
the pre--"tit pro-
( . .m.vonts. "
I. ito;',i io inliabitauti. a yon men
tion, fvi-n if they are, s'tuit'' 1 in tin..
neihbor'ioo 1 of a larger city like Lur
linvtt -in. a;-e tii vnr.-t pla '"S to Kfrtft
saloon at present.
"A. Wkp.t.imitt f en."
VVilliien .Iiiu jenheiin t & Co., of
WiiKhiti'.cto'i, la., had 800 kegu of bi.vr
spilled In the gutter by order of the
WtiiT la'Anril, oad this is tlie why thev
V..-i-tNf ton. Ja.. 3r.-i.v 18.
'Dl Aii S' a reply to your letter I
siiiy 1 n,h ' e you to sr..v or so to flliuoi.
he i don 1 co-ae to Iowa it i t much
Temlieraw. tiie.v have il.-Mroi.l all tnv
Peer and l ael i;; my H.i.'iets all I i
li:el. 1 e.vi e.r 't t . b . a Lood state but i
now it ii not ',v, rd .-. ti;-r hiu.r it i- uoth-1
it.:; but la.vvi : all tlie wile t;llcf Uiv
advice tn;d y r.vili we u'et a ditlercut I
iilW. V 1 1.1 I AM .H'.M.KMtniMKP.. Jn.
Cfl;0N GILES' DISTILLERY.
if the I'iitii.m rreliiliitbill
Dr. l.leor'e D. C'lieever died
ii-" !'eae,:u'iil re-ideiiee on the
ir New Yon; eitv. After
recentlv iit li
tile death 0?
U"!lt on V.-of:
lie wa.; 1,.
17. 1oT. If!
pai lislier. ;n
f hii.-il'.. foav ye-irs a,'o he
nt iiito a decline, but still
ii in lallowell. Me., April
- I'.itiiei- was :i priuier ;md
.1 his jiMiidfatlicr. X.athan
d' s.iU iu. Mass., is n.ii 1 to
have been the first Man who;;i blood was j
shed in the Uevolu'iouaiy war. tieorsej
P. ("uecver was eiiiieiited at PoWtloin !
college, wit ere he H'r;l lnated in is.'.";'
alon-,' euh Nathaniel Hawthorne, the 1
poet Lot -fi-tlow, .Ti.hu S. C. Abhotl, I
I'iii; 1 Soiies Senator .1. V. Dradhury ;
and t'onu-rt s-maii .fo-iarh.i'i C'il'.ey. In,
1;;:1 he bi'eaiiie pastor of the Howard!
Street cliurch. Salem. j
' wvoie for The Saleiii Landmark 1111 !
ilil:uiiia'i'-e ai'i'ile in favor of temper-!
ance. uin.1 r the yuiseof a dream, ami 1
eniiiied. linpiire at Aieos tiil. s' Distil
leiy." THs er. ated cou.siderah'e.' stir ut
S:i.!ein and tinouuh the country ut liir'C.
Soo;i iii'ier its taiblicntioiiVlie LandmarU
i-tliee vis a: till Led at ui','hr. mid tli.' 1111
thor of the article le-aiihed i.t middav
iu tlie 1111! he ...1 if- t by the fo-eiuan
SiiliM'oucnllv he w;;
tndieie.l !' .r liin-l ipou the owners of tlw
th-1 .liei-y aiel '.i 1 1 1 1 ' 1 it'i'i 1 t" thirty day n'
ir.11 li-oini.ei.i i 1 Salem jail.
lie was an 1 ".riie-t t. inpi ranee iidvo
mi" all liis lit".
in .b tr.'i'.-oii
Kolis tlie Ni't;iii.
oil nt . (':'., tin
poo,,!,, had. in s;t,
pl'i per'y. At I lie end
whNUv rule tlleV ll.ld.
;!';. o! worth of
of seven Vt'ili'S of
in iss:!, is.i.-i.O. 11
I s '-..i .'n, lieu whisijy
l t-i.-v ic I 111 tour years
s ., 1 p;, an increase v(
i iu t V.
1 1 -a '.'.-. iiiv Hi-re nre pc
- lerril ii'v v.i:h the saiiio
!' v :! ' b.t! one.
Li.-e in 1'i'ib county that
ol-!.. h.i-l. 111 lsvV. I.-V.S
iK ! s
I le 1. .- ei iii i-'.'o ouii :!,;;;.
li- . i ., i-i l l.l'.''. 1! 1 :eik Kl.K'li
:: . !-.. . in is: o, oi,v wis.,. I
'iit.v'; iii.it isvl!.' Ismic,
at it liilliiilil- l'i-ii-t sitiU.
t'llllell. p;.-!or if I'll
'.';!. S t- Neil., pi I'll
.'o'liiiii :.!. rather t'lll'.ell
wa f.-t '. in ; 1 o '. h-'.t ti'l-co-m.
"i'i,- loll don't on,
y." s ii i 1 ,0 pi ... 1 , "i hat is
ae'i.l!isl!'.:,o.l .1.1-1 il.il III
.1 ill, - 'l.
h p. a,i -a. V,' iii :;-t :i: t'.i.tt bv and
by. l!' we caii'i i-lt-cl no -i who will tin
tins dt.i it', our leva i'ai.U."
That is l'tviit'iiili ui parly ;" !.
t' i. '
We want YOU
3NTo. r? West IMCctixi. St.
is the best place to buy
Fancy Dry Goods and Notions
Read the following1 quotations:
Perfect fitting Jackets, new
Utyles, from $3 EO to $Q.OO
Suit KFff.fnf, Black
fifUil liZ. 'JZtb from
Cashmere Shawls, in Black,
White and Colors.
EfcnkEis ad Comforts, the liosit stock we have ever
shown, anilat prices that will surprise you.
the most com
plete ami carefully selected st'ck in the city.
a larffe stock of medium unci heavy weights in
Lmlies, (Jents and Childretis' sizes,
in our line at the lowest possible price, considering
finalities. .We sell yon " spool. Clark's (J. X. T. Cotton for 10 cents
spools I'.eldinjr's Sewirsr ik, for 15 cents. Twist 2 cents. Tape
i b r " ecu's. Come and te' our bargains. 1'ont forget the place.
TAYLOR & HAWKINS,
THOMFSON & BOYD,
Mltllllt "nC'tlllM'l-H t
FINE SADDLES a, HARNESS,
RACE AND TROTTING EQUIPMENTS A SPECIALTY,
No. 53 BAST MAIN STREET,
r I .3
Vi V . ' li. :.; (A r
conri Tiiiiour.u tiik it vi ::
'his is a livinu illustration of the tulvisahiuty
lnliie iliiiuiiiii the rve" for a suit to replace
hat hi"!. It is a pout i vie blessing to It e a
hi iter one lor i'.0b at the.
One Price Clothing' House,
M. KAUFMAN & CO-,
.11 1 aot Main Xiirt'ol,
Uvh, wxixi ami
--- HIT 1 rut .1
K. I. s.vYUK. J. V. SAY UK. K. I. SAYI'.K, Jn.
D . A. SAYRE & Co.,
A 4 iriii 1 tl I 11 k. i 11 u I'uhiiu'Hij 'I'iuiiku U-tl. pial Ailrution ivi ti ("ullt'C
turns auti all 1 tii'ivsMaiUuiv.
to know that
tn ffiin no
I ' -
.1 , ii
,1 1, '
-when ymi can't do any better
tie otie stolen while you are
suit when you can Mihstitiitc tot.it a niiicli
Office Drug Store
WALNUT STS., LEX, KY.