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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896092501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOL. XXV. LANCASTER, G A Hit A weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1896. MT. VERNON. Circuit Cwrl, Politic and Other Items. Monday waa a big at Mt. Vernon. d-i- NO. 60 .TVE HI) COUNTY. The city council linn agreed to have nn ArteAinu wll uonmI in Umtrnl Park. Oratory will bo on tap hero, in abundance, next Monday, county court day. Hona. A. K. i'aon, V. H. Smith and W. W. Dlckomon will bold down tun boarda. Wo aro alsd to neo a correction of the report that Undo Greenberrv Uright nnd hiadprcendantH would support Mc Kiuloy. W thought there wbb a rain take about it, at the start. -- The Federal Bnd OonfoJeratoeoldiera nt Ilnininock, will have a ginnl Friday aud Saturday, lit this county, on tensive preparations have, been made, dlotlDguishud speakers will bo present and a Rood tlrao la expected. Political matters will not bo dlecuised. A. IJ. Drown, Jr , baa cemented to make the race for representative of Garrard, on the democratic ticket, to fill the vacancy occurring by the resignation of Judge W. K Walker. He Is a prominent f truier, very popular, a staunch democrat and U above reproach. Although this la a republican county, wo expect to elect ' Mr. Brown. stop arguing DemocratB should among themselves. II thoy are not uicreed on the money question, (hero are many other Issues, upon which they are agreed, and which aro of vital importance to'the peole. It is impossible to please ove'jbody and a truo democrat will support tho ticket, even If It were a demon a pewter platform. Quite a decided sensation has been created by the Presbytery removing the Kev. W. P. Nelson from the pulpit. Hu Is pastor of the Presbyterian church at that place, and wss accused of Borne very serious chargee. He came here from Keokuk, la., and 'k well Informed and a L'ood preacher. He is accused of having been forced to marry a woman in Keokuk. He isalao accused of getting pretensee, and of bemoney under A letter ing untruthful and deceitful. from a pro uinent man of Minneapolis Bays he is hvpocritical und unworthy of confidence. Mephen A. DougUv, Jr., the degenerate ecu of a nob'e sire, spoke here Wednesday night, to ISO people, about half of whom were Negroes. Ho spoko far a time on the gold sttndanl aud olIV nan panacea fur e thorobber-taril- l e pur lllri, when it would burden the Ho is an attrar-tiv- e with higher uricen speaker; but his fallacies could be read between the lines. In IStVO Itld father whs the democratic nominee for president, Ilrecktnrldga bolted, Lincoln was elected and freed the Negro, and now wo propose to o'ect Uryan and free the white man, from the yoke of Wall Street and England. fle MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. The LkiIK'h' ai i rtociety served nn elegant lunch at the Brick Hotel Monday. The now More room of Mr. A. Pennington on Wast Mam street neara completion Work at Kreuger & White's brick kiln goea on rapidly. This supplies bricks for their building contracts in the mountains. Mrs. Oleo Brown has gone lo the ciiies lo order her Fall and Winter millinery. She will have her opening Oct. 3. The Indies always anxioiiflly await this event. There aro three miiltuory establish ments in town and all mem to he prospering. Tmy ate owned by Mrs. C.eo Drown, Mrd. K:la Baker and Miss Martini Grlfllu. Kuler Joaeph Billou filled his here Sunday mid waa the guest of Mr. D.ivo Henderson while here. The protracted meeting will begin Oct. 10 Mis llelle Scroggs returned from a visit to 'Brodhead Wednesday. While there she organized a large music class. Messrs. Martin, I'iko and Collier, all enterprising citizens, were among tho patrons. The Brodhead Fair is a much talked of subject now. The whole county will attend. It is hoped that the L. & N. will attach a pissenger coach to the local freight from Livingston to accommodate the people. At the last meeting of tho W. 0. T. I'. the subject of sending delegates to tho Statu convention at Mt. Sterling In October was discussed. The next meeting will le held at the residence of M's. Dr. A G. Lovell, Sept. 30. Prof. J. 8. Iloppert, of Orlando, this county, continue to speak for free silver. He has spokon nearly all over the county and has enlightened tue people as they hnve never been before on the subject, yet many will rmpond to the party lash and vote Hgainst their honest conviction of whtt it best for the poor man by voting for McKlnley. -- The entertainment and ice cream supper Monday evening ptosed oll'roy-nllthe weather to the contrary notwithstanding The Suuday-tc- t ojl children acquitted theuihelves handsomely v, 'nunc'II CHIMES. The Presbyterian cnurch at Whites-hea- d was destroyed by a storm. Onicago preachers headed by Moody have Nailed no appeal that October 8 be set apart as a day of prayer for relief from hard times. Bov. James B Morrison, a Unitarian minister of Laconia N. U., committed suicide at Boston by Inhaling gae. He had been acuiisi'd of unbecoming t. C ciu-(iuc- THE STATTFORD FSM WILLIAM SHELTON, COLTECSE. President. 1 it ml.Mr. W.J. Spark, superintendent, n poc-pl- viLiJATisTvRdTwfufu: v co. The democrats organized a Bryan Club hero Monday night with about CO members. The democrats are going to have a thorough organization and bring out the largest vote ever bad in thin cxinly. Sunday morning John G. Meadows ehot himself accidentally with a pistol, flu ball passing tbrogh his bowels, cutting them in uiue placca, from which lo died Tuesday night. This is another ssil evidence that pistols should be let alono but it seems that peoplo will never learn Monday waa a day of speaking here. The republicans have imported speakers from Ohio and Ohlcgo to stump this county in favor of the gold standard and McKlnley, They made no arguments Bt all, but considerable fun about anarchy und Altgold. A bard fight will bo made to get aa big a majority again this Fall n they did last year. Mr. Andrew J. Parker died at IiIb father's Saturday morning of typhoid fever, which you noted In Tuesday's issue. He was a promising youug lawyer, n graduate of the Liu's villa Law School and about 2d years of ago. He was mail agent on the road from here to Louis vllle for tuveral years and woll known to the puoplo along tho line. He carried 33,000 life Insurance. Sunday mornlug Phronia, tho little daughter of Mr. and Mra. T. O. Perkins, died nt their home of diphtheria. This ii the second child they have lost in the last few weekB There have beon eovor-cases In the town and community, but It has beon of a light form und even our doctors aro divided bs to whether the disease is diphtheria or not, though It bai every Indication of it. Mr. and Mrs. Hnalett, of Oatletts-buraro visiting her father, Mr. David Keener. Hon. Charles Finley waa at home from Frankfort last week and made several speeches, while tho State BUflora on under bur heavy burden of debt. Mra. G. C. Moore Iibb returned from St. Albans, W. Vu., where hIih has heen vlaltlng her nlother. Mr. James II, FranclBco la vlaltlng re'ativea at Brodhead. Judge T. 'A. Morrow waa here Saturday and mule a Bpoecb on the campaign lames. The people, are always glud to walcome the Judge. Mra. I L. Gentry baa gone to Louisville and Cincinnati lo Uy in her Fall goods. al g, this. tins reason to be proud of them. Besidea those mention d last week, MendaiueH Williams, SparK, Nesbilt and Ttiomp-eoand Mimes Lena McOluru and Ida May Adams assisted. Mrs. A utile Miller, of Columbua, 0,. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller. Mr. Lewis Jones was the guest of Mr. J. J. Williamp. Uoadmaater Stnrk aud family, of Livingston, visited Mrs. It Wood-hIIMrs. George McClure Is visiting in Boyle county. Mr. Hogn Brown is out buging stock. Mr. James Gentry is visiting the homefolk after a long sojourn in the West. Mr. K. 0. Walton was in town Muaday receiving testimonials of the popularity of the moat wide awake piper that visits the people of the mountains, the Intkhiok Journal. We beard a prominent lady of our town, whose husbind is a republican, remark that the latter had often threatened lo discontinue it on account of its pjliticj, but knowing her partiality for the newsy shnet, he thought it butter to subscribe for it than to have her always trying to borrow a copy. . Christian church numbers fully 1,000,000 memhrp. According to the United States census of 1800 the figures were l);!3 003 and they are increasing more rapidly than any other church in America It is dedicating three church housi'H every two daya. It has 0,000 ministers, 40 colleges and univeraitiee; and has over 500 general State and conn-t- y missionaries. It is rniMog fl.'JlrO.OOO per year for missions and church build-nand has had an increase since 1890 of nearly 200,000 members. -- The conference of the Southern Methodist church, held at Somerset, Monday Bfterthe appoin'ments had been read. They nre bh:j'oIIowb for the Danville district: W. K. Vaughn, P. B , Danville, J. It Savagi; Uarrodaburg, J. E. Wright; J. W. Watts; Perry vllle, E. H. Goiibey; Muckville, S. W. Peeples; Chap-liW. T. Echler; Burgin, G. M. Murphy; Lancaster, T. M. Hill; Stinlonl, W. S.Grinstead; Richmond, G. W. Young; College Hill, W. F. Wyatt; Somerset, W. E AruJld; Lawrenceburg, J. W. Wilson; Salt Hi ver, W.L.Clark; Sal visa, W. F. Moore; Wilmore, J. A. Savage; Pulaski, to be supplied; Aiberry College, J. W. Hughes; Point Burnaide, J L. Clark. MidJleshoro District II. O. Moore, P. E ; Middleaboro, W. K. Duni; Pine-villJ. A. McClure; London, J. It Bubourville, J. A. McClure; VhtteHburg,0. W. CUy; Preachersvtlle, F. B. Jonef; Pine Hill Miesion, J. G Koran; Jacusou aud Beattyville, W. B Kjyau; Eist Bernstadt, E Godbj; Irvine, J.L Wosi, I'iinpton, James L. Welch; Green, Luther E Main; Morehead. C. E. Boawell; Frenchburg, Henry It Milk; West Liberty, J. W. Iaon; Hazard nd Hyden, to bo supplied; Clay City.S. M. Coomer. Hev. T. J. GoJbiy goes back to in the Shelbyville district. F. S. Poditt was transferred from Frankfort to Covington. There were 1,51 net accessions in memberanip totlie church during the past year, thin being ilm moat nroener- ous in that respoct for quite a number of years. A class of six young ministers were admitted to the conf'rnnce, and 11 were either, supernumeraries or superau-uateTl'o conference took high ground on temparaocHn sympathy with the League of America. Tho next conference will be held at Mt. Sterling. There were about 150 ministers and layman present. gs Nich-olasvih- -- The e. n, e, Pee-pier- -; H-- zil Ml, Ty-loravill- e. lv. 1 d. Auti-Siloo- n HE V. JASPER i. LIVINGSTON Of Uv. J. G. Livingston and his wonderful metttug at Morelaud, which c'oied with 1 additions, Kiv. W. L. Williams wriu: Having often assisted Bro. LH'iugdtou in his inui tings, it is proper to say, that he H an unassuming hut an earnest, practicnl and faithful preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ. speedily winning the confidence nnd love of his hearers. He never resorts to sensational methods, but addresses the intellect, appeals to conscience and stimulates the will of action. Never seeking to startle his audience by statements of doubtful propriety, but speaking the truth in love and aa revealed, in the word of God, the Holy Spirit seals his ministry with the approval of God, and Invariably gives the increaan in all his meetings. W. L.WlLLUM3. PiTTMii'iio. -- Mr. J. W. Baatin writes that "iirvau is gaining ground every day in this section. 1 know of a number of republicaDH in this county that have changed in the last few days. Our product polio I 37 votes for Cleveland but we have a Bryan club of over HO membeiH now, so look out for a good vote for Bryan in Laurel. "The McKin-1-t- y Aid Society" men in our town can all b counted on one hand and hove fingers left " us MIDDLElll'RU. CASEY COUNTY. Kev. F. L. Orercti will move to days. He was assigned tho pastorate of the M. E. church at thi place at the M. K. conference at Vance-bur- g last week. A McKlnley club was organized at Yosemite last TuuuUy night with 52 members. Judge J. I). Belden, F. P. Oomleit, I. C. Dye andOlay (Jodby weri present. There was present at the Bryau club last Saturday night a man whom had 73 years and he been a republican if he votes at all this year he will Bays vote for Bryan and free silver. Mr. II. W. Jones and daughter left visit in laU Thursday for a Miesouri, Mr, Greunberry Lanbam,who left this county five years agi for Missouri, returned last Wednesday In very poor health. Albert Keeney commenced n school on Trace Fork last Monday week. JBaon Wesley la very sick with the fever. Ho was teaching at Grove this year. In a radim of three miles of Middle-bur- g I kuow of but one democrat who will not support Bryau, while I know of 17 rads who will put the cross, under the rooster. It la a n Jticsablo fact that there has not been a renewal to the Oourior-Journ- al from this section in tho last bIx months. The democrats of Oasey county do not voto for such men as Palmer and Buckner, when there is a democratic ticket in the tiill. Palmar was first a democrat then a rad, then a democrat, then elected to the Senate by aid of populists, and last of all a boltocrat. No 'Void bug" democrat cau surely stomach Buck ner after going back on the Hart coun ty pledge. fr eix-weo- Republican speaking had been ndvortis el and that with circuit court brought the yeomanry from all parttfljf the country. Court convened at 10 a. m. and at 11:30 it was adjourned till the following day. Judge Morrow was down for a speech aud no doubt had to make some preparation for it. The afternoon was given up to speaking and the republicans bad things their own way. Mr. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, was expected to be on baud, but the democrats were glad tie failed to put in appearance. They thought it better to give tho rads nil the rope they wanted, believing that tboy would hang themselves. A Mr. McCormick, of Henderson, lead of! with a dull, pointless speech of IJ hours, but he couldn't enthuee the republicans so Judge Stout, Commonwealth attorney, was given the stand. He succeeded no better and also stepped down and out. Judge Morrow was the next and last speaker and by waiving the bloody Bbltt and telling an anecdote now and then he finally got his hearers in a good humor and they cheered him considerably. He was very severe on the democratic party and charged it with all the evils in the annals. He rejoiced at Kentucky's being captured by the republicans and lauded Brother-in-laBradley to the skies. He was very thankful that the victory of last November wea to be repeated this year, but on a ltrger scale. A very few moments were devoted to the money question and then he appealed to the republicans to stick together. He knew that the free silver cause had invaded the ranks of the g. o. p. and he was anxious to get back those wno had said above bo irl that they intended voting the democratic ticki-'- . straight in November. Mr. McCormick, referred to above, iB about the poorest speaker the republican ctmpaign committee could have sent to Mt. Vernon. Whether ho is an educated man or not I can notsiy, but he dojs take the cake for big words. Bobbitt is not in it. He is as cold as ice and has no qualifications of a campaigner. Then too the people had heard that he was a turn-coat and that shook their confidence in him. He voted the democratic ticket until last November. , Politics is the absorbing theme in Rockcastle now. Free silver is making remarkable headway and its converts are not confined to the democratic party. Ttie repub'icana are "skeert up" and nre working like Trojans. The democrats aro letting no grass grow under their fet and while they believe the enemy will crry the county they are determined to bold the majority down Tho soun money men will not poll over 30 votes although they claim twice that number. One of them, Mr. Willis Adams, came over to Bryan and Sewall and Thompson after bearing Judge Morrow's speech. Mt. Vernon is building right along and hard times are talked less there than any place in my knowlege. Mostof the peoplo live within their income, attend to their own business, and consequently get along all right. It is a splendid pUce to live ami ttiat the outsido world is finding it out is shown by the fact that the town is rapidly growiug and there are no vacant houses. A delightful entertainment was given e Monday night, which at the was followed by an Bupper. Some 30 persons tcofc part In the entertainment, which consisted of miiBic, both vocal und instrumental, recitations, dialogues, &c, all of which were creditably rendered. Ttie ice cream supper was a joy forever. Delightful cream, sherbet and cake were served and the waiters were Mt. Vernon's prettiest girls, That alone was worth many times the price of admission. The Brodhead fair was the subject of much comment and there won't be enough people left in Mt. Vernon during the three days It holds to "whip a dog" if all go who say they wi'l. Secre-tir- y Hamm informed me that every thing was in readiness as far as the track and buildings nre concerned and that the prospects for a successful exhibition nre E. O. W. very flittering. 1 1 Thoroujh caurspiln Litin, Greek, French, Eng'ish. Students 115. Teachers 7. All specialists Mathematics, Natural and Moral Sciences. Music. Art and Elocution Situated in tho famous Illue Grass section ol Kentucky; distinguished for healthlu'ncs of climate, be luty of scenery, refine nent ofajciety. Kail Session opens September 7. nfora deciding where yiu will see t yoar daughters next yoar, bo sure to write for Our Now Catalog U3. Address t.Hy Principal, Stinford. Ky. lf MRS. NANNIE 3. , m m m r '".'A 01 V 11 DRUGS AND BOOKS. in o !, a II i: ,J School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised uy Cash Houses. p : f,:i V II CM K 1 PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately compounded u an Experienced Pharmacist from new drugs and pure chemicals. o, r X fj) Vi Vi M 1 '.' s ai W. B. Mc 3.Q3SRTS. ' m IQOCOMOM'IrXOfr: m Jf $ U. f IVZlf r GT-usrrvuc- als, A- w-- . - aM(H KhW jl - - -' as m. m a m. . DEALERS IN. J Brugs, 4t -- CKls, D31I Pa-Lrvbs- , k Painters' Supplies and Druggists Sundries. jf t )f-K It Pays to with a Cash i H31133. J J '$"?$ Giveusacill A h convinced. ZK4cickkkkkk: The Char eg Whe ckr j Brain We have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Lowest Prices they will be sold. 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Send vertised your name to II. K. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and caused tho loss of 2,500 lives und millions get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite 1'ills aa of dollars' worth of propdrty in Xorthern well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which It guaranteed to do Japan. The city of Kobe has been deyou good and coat you nothing at V. O. All Froo. Tho Middleburg bunetalic Club met auin last night at YoettmitB with nn increase of 85 tuuinbera during the past week, making it at prfsaut a memboi-sbi- p of2'J5, with prosptcts of reflcbiu 300 in this precinct. Hon. J, D, Black wua with U3 itid maJu u speech which was claimed by all to bo the best they havo heard or oven read during the cam paign. Thespetcbhe made at Liberty and this one have made many friendd (or Mr. Mack in old Casay, aa well aa done u great deal of good for the cnuso of tho free aud unlimited coinage of silver. G. R. J. u JT. m ShiDgles, Etc. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. UftiDEFiTAKIIUQ BY- - C. BK'CXiARXf - ojio err know Practical Trimmer, Emkalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ol Hainess, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e drugstore. stroyed by Ore. J"- gold; and wu-Weekl- y interior Journal Sept. 25, 1896 sey. POLITICA L POINTS. Bryan is speaking through New Jer- it then demonitii.d ellvtr in Stanford. Ky., VV. P. WALTON. nt Kor President and BRYAN ANDSEWALL For Judjro of the Coutt of Appeals h i , ship Indiana. The democrats and populista will Of the 1 1,470 miles of street railway probably fuae in Arkanea?, each party W. S. in the United States only 1,210 are travtaking tour electors. Of New Castle. eled by horses. The biggest labor demonstration that Alfred Wvatt. a Kokomo. Ind.. wid ever was seen in Brooklyn adopted reso- ower, married three days after he buried For Congress, lutions of support of Bryan and Se'vall. hie second wife. B. Gov, Brown, will as soon as he is Henry Smith shot his landlady at able to leave the house, make speeches Indianapolis when she dunned him for cf Mercer. from an easy chair in a campaign wagon. hie board bill. Hon. Augustus E Wilson, of LouisNear Oaaoyville, Walter Davie, deville, the worst treatel republican that spondent because of ill health, commitever lived, will speak at Lancaster next ted suicide by shooting. Monday. Kentucky peneioners drew $4,147, Thk larRO delegations that almost daily Speaker Reed will mako speeches 193.01 during the last fiscal year. Ohio flock to Canton, 0., to be addressed by during October at Louisville, Lexington, got four times as much. McKinloy, either go at the expense of the Covington, Mt Sterling and one other While drawing a bucket of wat-railroad companies or on fat fried out of point in Eastern Kentucky. near Sturgie, Mrs. Will Grepg fell into trustB and corporations, which expect to Hon. W. W. DIckorson is billed to the well and was drown. All their tilta with money forced from the pddrpss tho people of Garrard county Gov. Mclntyre, of Colorado, has gi people by dishonest taxation, should the next Monday, county court day. He is en Gen. Brooks full authority to sup groat protectionist bo elected. The wbole a boltocrat press rioting at Leadville. basinees is managed by Hanna and the Senator Hill, of New York, sayB it is Gov. Worthington pardoned Joe M. thing has become so monotonous that sufficient for a man to say he will sup- Murna, sent up for life from Franklin Deonle are Betting tired of reading about port tho democratic ticket, without going county for killing his father. it. Anent the business, Mr. Bryan made into details about the platform. At Smithland, Livingston county, a telling point at Dover, Del., when he Gov. Bnckner and Gov. O'Ferrell Murray Hodge was sentenced to 99 years' said: "It 1b sometimes customary to the addressed a large audience at Richmond, imprisonment for complicity in murder. people who desire to see a presidential Va., Wednesday. An attempt to break There will arrive in San Francisco candidate to form excursions and visit up the meeting was promptly put down. i 2,500,000 in English gold from Australia. Only about 100 delegates from 40 This will bring the gold reserve up to the home of the candidate. (Laughter and applause.) But times aro hard tula counties attended the boltocratic con124.600,000. yoar and the candidate comes to vou to vention at Atlanta, Ga., but they adopted Report shows that there aro now save the expense of travel. (Laughter a platform and named a State electoral 970,578 persooB on the pension rolls and and applause ) I don't believe our peo- ticket. that the net increase for the past year ple can travel as cheaply anyhow as our Murray and Smith have agreed to whs only 154. opponents can during this campaign." submit their claims to the silver nomi tt Thomas Starky and James J. (Great applause.) nation for Congress in the Fourth disare to fight 10 rounds in San Frantrict to tho State central committee for cisco for a purse of il2,000 on ThanksTuKbnltocratic crowd is made up of a settlement. giving evening. few who really believe that democratic The long expected fueion between Pat Bilbow, of Muncle, Ind., swalsight of by the Chiprinciples were lost the regular democrats and populists in lowed a potato bug and took Paris Green cago convention, largely of ignored poli- Kentucky has at last been consumated. to kill it. A doctor and a stomach pump and disappointed ticians, The populists get two Watson electors barely saved bis life. seekers after office, otherB who think but no congreesiona) division. Five men are dead as a result of tho they stand to lose 15 cents or so if free On being interrupted in his speech mine riots at Leadville, Col., two moro of blind followers silver carries and a lot at Nicholasville, Judge Tarvin, democrat-i- t are dying and several injured. The miof the blind. Tbo leaders know that State elector, ehouted: "You litia is now in control. their ticket has no more show than a bolters! Shut up till I get thro'; A deserted wife left her month-olshort tail bull in fly time, but are willing are you aro afraid to hear my sidt?" and baby in the depot at Peru, I ml , with the to perish in the ruins of the temple they the hubbub subsided. following note tied to it: "May God find would pull down, if by so doing they can The women of Jacksonville, Fla , a home for the poor thing " get even with the party that does not ap- have organized a Bryan club with 46 The court of appeals decided that preciate their valuable services. It will members. They say thy know they can jailers must, through sheriffs, report to "kill them right dead intirely" as the Ir not vote, but that they have influence the auditor fees received for furnishing ishman said, if Bryan is elected, but even and will use it for Bryan and silver. fuel, light, etc , to the courts. the fear of such mortality will not deter Hon. J. A. Sullivan has tendered his Dr Lewis Swift, of the Mount Lowr, the people from their purpose and the resignation as elector of the Sch district. Cal. observatory, had discovered two determination to give Mr. Bryan the All good men ought to be ashamed to now comets close together, both being largest vote ever polled in this great have their names published with a lot of about one degree from the sun. country. b liters and party destroyers, especially Gov. Worthington pardoned W. W. in a covert way. Richmond Climax. Anderson, of Taylor county, who killed "We denounce protection" say the At a conference of Seventh district a man for insulting his wife, and was boltomts in their platform and yet they of the repub- republicans it was decided to urge Mr. subsequently cent to the asylum. are playing into the hands Gnorge Dtjuny to withdraw from the race While hunting near Oircleville, O., lican party and assisting in electing a allow tho republicars Fred Fiaeel, saw his father through the man whose only claim to fame is his for Congress and persistent effort for a tariff to rob the to fuse on Breckinridge. It is claimed bushes and thinking be was a tquirrel many at the expense of the few. Even that this will be done whether Denny fired at him. He ib fatally wounded. Tho indications aro that thu importa Senator Lindsay, who made such a withdraws or not. Democrats and populists of Wy- tion of gold will bo kept up for Borne at the Louislong and tiresome speech oming have arranged a fusion on the time. So far there has been imported ville blow out for Palmer and Buckner, electors J3S,000,000, and it ia expected that the said "It is inexcuoHble for a Jeflersonian basis of two silver democratic and oue populist. Fusion has also be"n sum will reach 150,000,000. democrat to vote for McKinley," and yef arranged in North Carolina. Democrats A. H. Anderson, who robbed the be advised his bearers to vote the Indiaa hal' will name five electors, populiits five and Cincinnati Southern depot ticUet office napolis ticket, which is equal to -- ai at Lexington of $140 whilo tho Bryan rVina!atrirv ia a the silver party one. a. flTi-- 1 Major McKinlev's epeechta consist party whb paeeing September 15, haa forpossessed by few of thoBe wl p ate jewel largely of preliminary remarks. He has feited Ha bail bond and disappeared. making McKinley'H election possible. to occupy the time without saying anyAlex Inwood, an eccentiic character, thing of moment on the iesues of the of New York, bought his coilln, paid for Tub New York World is authority for day. Mr. Bryan wastes no words. He having his gravo dug, bought him a suit the Btateruent that Mark Hanna ha bb BiyBBoraething bearing on the election to be buried in and went to bed. He is B833ed the trusts, which will be beneflted in the first sentence in every speech and now at the point of death with typhoid by the return to a protectivo tariff, fover. keeps eayingsometbing to the end. to be us-- d in his campaign of edTreasurer Long eayB that the tolil Mr. Black, candidate for Congress in ucation. The capitalization of these many re- deficit in State revenue that would have the 11th, tells ub that a great truBts fo3ts up $1,505,500,000 and the publicans will vote for Bryan and bim-p- to be provided for bv extra aeesiou ia $1, heaviest assessment is upon the Drrtsod of this would lf About on account of free silver. In Clay 428,000. Beef and Provision Trust, which ib exraised by tho State iesuing Oiunty Attorney George W. Baker, who probably be pected to pony up JOG5.000. These was elected as a republican, has come $500,000 in bonds, the rest by an increas are putting up lively and with the for Bryan and ia making speeches for ed rate of taxation. money train load alter train load of peo- out The mob having finished its work of silver. Dr. T. M. Hill, a life long reple are beinR taken to Canton to be ha- free and intimidating publican, has also renounced the faith destroying rangued by McKinley, the high priest of Washington have extend the keepers in and come out on the people's side. protection and a free silver man at heart, Bryan spoke to 0,000 in the Acade- ed their operations to Anderson, where judging by his record on the money were destroyed Mon my of Music, Philadelphia, while gath- half the question. of the academy day night and tho keepers threatened ered on the outside death if they triod to collect toll This is one of the meanest campaign,, were fully 35,000 people, who stood pa- with tiently until 10:30 r. m , hoping to see or again. we ever participated in, Bince we are Four years ago Charles McCurty, of compelled not only to flijht the common bear eomethingof the candidate. Mr. Anderson, Ind., while drunk, demolishenemy, but those who have heretofore Bryan said bis mission to the State ws ed Charles Gibeon'a barber shop. The affiliated with us. The latter is a disa- to secure its electoral vote, and to tell of Pennsylvania that the agi- latter kicked him out and told if he ever greeable conflict, but we shall not waver tho people came back he would kill him. Gibson on account of friendships or former as- tation for free coinage will never cease in and McOurtry, we shall do our best this country until the gold standard Ib moved to another town sociations, and while through accident entered his shop. As to keep old friends from going to the dev- driven back to England. The Somerset Paragon says that our good as hia word Gibson put four bullets il, we shall feel no remorse if they do, statement, made from a newspaper clip- into his body. conscious of having done our duty. An important event in the Ameriping, that Mr. W. A. Morrow is making can hierarch will be the coming of Mb. Ohablkb F. White, proprietor of free silver speeches is unfounded hb Mr. Father Martluelli, Prior General of the the Richmond Register, died suddenly Morrow ia no condition to make a speech, AugU6tinians, aa second Apostolic deleon the 2Ut, aged 45. On the death of nor has he beon much more than able to gate to the United States, successor of the former proprietor, Mr. F. M. Green, talk for several months Ho has a very Cardinal Satolli, who will leave forRuna about a yoar ago, he purchased the Reg severe disecsa of tho throat and nasal a week or so after hia arriyal, and wi ieter, and with hia excellent associates passage that has rendered him unfit lo hat at the there receive the cardinal was even more than maintaining ita for- attend to his law practice for some time, Consistory to be held in November cr mer high standard. He was a flne buei-ne- and has not been absent from borne for December. man and a wealthy one, but leaves months The trail of the anrpent seems to no immediate family to inherit it, never ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. hang over them all. Even Gov. Buckhaving married. ner used to cry for silver. In a speech Stock ewes for sale. F. P. Bishop, " Tub free turnpike auarchiBt8 in Wash- at Lexington during his gubernatorial Stanford. ington and Anderson counties, should be campaign be said in referring to the R. H. Cooper sold to F. K. Tribble of the republican party: 18 yearling steera at 3c. suppressed at all hazirds, by civil authority if pcBjible, elae by the military. "It violated its duty to the people by A. W. Carpenter sold to F. Reid GO d feeders at 3Jo. The destruction of property by such abrogating tbo contract of the bondmobs mutitbe Btopped, if every member holders to receive their pay in the cur Yoarlin. calves and yoke oxen for rency of the countiy, and gave them salo. W. E Dawes, Saufl-yof it has to be shot down like dogs. Judge Vincent Boreing, of London, will Bpeak at Liberty next Monday, MORE NEWS NOTES. Mayor Todd, of Louisville, secured Addional re inforccments of over the nomination as easy as rolling off a men reached Havana from Spain. log. Two persons will die as the result of Judge Ritchie, of Jefferson, appoint a gasoline explosion at Richmond, Ind. ed several Negroes officers of the elec It is estimated that the pecan crop tion. of Texas thiB year will sell for 1,000,000. Thero are 27 candidates for jailor in The State of Indiana presented a Logan county and the election is 14 200 pound silver service to tho battle months off. 4,-0- order to make gold moro valuable, and further enrich the capitalist at tho expense of the people." JUDGE PRYOR JOHN THOMPSON, SIX PAGES- - r -- Cor-be- sore-bead- ed dirtv-mouh- ed d -- 8. U. Wilson rode 25 miles on a bicycle in 54 minutes at Chicago. -- E H. Beazlev Bold for R C. Hocker to F. Reid a combined mare for $110 -- Georgo W. Logan bought of Robor1 Land a bunch of butcher stud at 2c. Estray. Pale red heifer, weight about 725. Left Friday night. Geo. W. Logan, Stanford A Btorm blew down Henry Poln- dexter'aharn in Harrison county, and ruined 10,000 pounds of tobacco. O. B. Reid started his mare Lucv Lee at Oakley Tuesday hut she was behind the money. She won a few daya ago. -- G A O. P. CecH'B Lottie Lorine won the 2:11 pace, worth $2,000, Ht Torre Haute Tuesday over a field of eight. Beat time 2.07 J . Time Wood, a yearling pacer, oned at Richmond, covered a half mile in 1:1'J Iht, the fastest time for age ever made over a half mile track. J. M. Roherts, of Valley Oak, is on his way to Lancaster with 30 calves and yearlings fqr sale. See him between Crab Orchard and that place. W. F. Lillard bought in Owen roun-tTheso are extras 20 calves at ft 2. and ho has already been offered an advance on them. Anderson Newe. Geo D. Wearon, general agent Kansas City Hay Press Co , has a sample All Steel Hay Preaa with feed circle power, that he will sell at wholesale price for cash or will trade for No 1 timothy hay. The assignee of A. F. Moberly sod the John M. Hail farm of 175 acres yesterday to Mr. J. 8. Hocker for the First National Bank at $25.04. A few plug horstB old at 515 to $25. Farming implements brought good prices. Wagers Bhipped flvo cars of hoga Saturday for which he paid 2 75 and $2.80. He received i eturns yesterday and lost 112 on the car. Brose Wagers who took the hogs down, says Cincinnati parties aro ofiering to sell hogs at $2.25. Richmond Climax. J. O Beck has 30 Jersey conn in his dairy herd and uirikea 175 lbs. of butter every seven days, which he sella at 25cts. per pound. Mr. Peck haa some fine pedigreed cows, an extra fine- bull, Lttie ntitof Pnlax, a 21 lb and 11 oz. butter Warien County cow in seveu daya Courier. -- J. P. Harper, of the West End, who took a lot of ranlea to Salisbury, N'. C, writeB us that it is hot and dry there and Cotton he business is at a standstill. for $7.75 on tho street. About savs, sells half a crop was rained this year. Old corn is selling at $2 and new at $1.50. Bayan had a rousing reception when ho spoke thero. Mr. Harper haa Hold 11 mules, but he did not state what he got for thpm. y - - THE - Louisville Store. Wc arc showing Early Styles in nil lines and in order to induce you to come in and get posted on our poods and low prices. We will F FER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS In an) thing you want in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c. line. Our new Fall Goods arc arriving daily. Our Don't buy until you have seen our Department is receiving the newest styles. Special advance sale of Comforts and .Blankets. Our lines are complete and include a big assortment, from the cheap Cotton to the finest wool. Come and Hosiery and Underwear, Fall and Winter weights, Lanote prices dies', Gents' and Children's, placed on sale. nxillineiry SHOES THE LOUISVILLE ; Wc have 1,500 pairs of Ladies', Gents' and Children's School Shoes left which we bought from the bankrupt stock at 50c on the $. He sure and sec them. They will cost you just half what they arc worth. Don't buy your Fall shoes until you have seen ours. It will be money in your pocket. Our line of Dress Goods and Clothing is the largest and cheapest in town. ST0RL. A: UR13ANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. iriejessixAeGeeesGC-e- e 22t(ii0jt3 -- t -- NEW A.DVEHTIHKJlKn. 1 3E,T'X VA .." I kJ I tm ZJ .ir 1 " 1 AnVANVAIZRSU I YmiPI fit - HI 111 -1 1 1T 1 -- - VM -- -- V - -- - 111 . VI -- - -k -- r. iZ To trade with us. Our goods are desirable, Sale of Land, Stock,&c. As Executor of Hiram M Johnson, I will sell on lie premises near MitleJicevilto, Ky , on & Prices IXI)3(I1) X Reasonable, !g tj Wednesday, Oct. 14, '96, ..The FARM of Known ss the old Wyatt Sandldijo Farm, which is wJI improved, will watered and dl Kneed. Alol above, mteirt to about TO Acri'B -- Ith privilege ol whole lc about .Yitow on White Oik. Creek, Uo about 5 Acres In Jnncttou City, Ky . known as tho Dave llrown Unl Alio i ISrootl Main in foal by jack, several nice Filllrs by Chciter Parr, Laelc llird and Uilt Edge, a work Mulct, S yearling Mules, 6 el them rnaiw, a let ol fa' Marcs, a extra weanlici; Hog. riowaaud I'ir, ij yearling steers, aevcial Calv i, a .01 of Hay and Kye, Houiehuld and Kitchen Farming linpleme-ts- , Furniture Teirnt For personally Jio and under cash; ever I hat amount, three month' credit, with in terctt Irr m day of iae On leal ettatc, one third cah, balance in i months wl'h 6 per cent, inter est. Litli retained. I. S. TEVIS, Executor. T. D. English, Auctioneer 170 iicies Land "t Give us a share of And service prompt and accurate. your trade and wc will convince you. Our ' G .. ; i .1 i.. g uiu putruiis .iiiciuy kiiuw u. 0 3 1 1 'v. $ fil PENNY'S DRUG STORE. vv - - - .- I - v- veiW3iI3I a iT) g Sgggggj FOR JD ASH I There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER PUBLIC SALE. T. Crow, In order to settle the estate of the late Amanda 1 ZETor t!be USTez-i-t Tiiirt inices 2Da,3rs, will Oil lf one-ha- Saturday, Oct. Sell the undivided 10II1, 1896, In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and , Blacks. Call at once and get pick of the stock. con-ear- inteiestol the heirs nf Mrs. Miggle McAfee in the dowr of the alorcsaid Crow, which contains Amanda T. Twonty-Flvmift.L. .11 W. E. PERKINS, Crab.Orchard MawwaMii o toll-gat- ea ... A. Iha ait t llm. .1.. and place I will sell the remainderot the farm, all ot which contains !.... Acres of Land toll-gat- 103 ACRES OF FINK LAND, As good as any in Lincoln county. The farm lies 34 miles West of Stanlord, Ky. on the Knob Lick pike and and on the East side of the Hanging Fork. It adjoins the lands of the late James A. Harris and iliac Jones. The above place Is in a high state of cultivation. Has a six room dwelling and necessary outbuildings. Fronts ou tha nlka and la in one of the brat oi neighborhoods. The sale will be made on the farm at 10 o'clock, a. m , on the above date. T.iui M ule known on day of sale. re is For lurthcr particulars call on or add C1IAS, L. CROW.Fx'or, McKiniuy, Ky. 6o-t- d es H. J. M'ROBERTS. Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top TRUNKS! Telescopes, Valises and Traveling Bags. H. J. M'ROBERTS. 4wL if) I k 1 FARRIS nniinn oinnrn gunuai OMunt-- u W & HARDIN, Dealers In ninirtflUt 180.1 by nls 1 ea I i JFrrt. il..il IU ur iu llllnl Juicily uudr lluurtl lloiiinl.t lenr Tiiyv, Hound Jil-- . ifw liolM. J. Iloltzclaw. KsivUII Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of anoes ana a wen seiecreu siock ot ury ioods, Uents . 1,000-poun- Societies, with Rudiments. cop b -- " S"0-Pr do. brjaP'e". 13.30 a hundred b, frelgbt. 8nd all orrl.rt U, kvtnail. rarnpl Devotional and Revival Meetings, Singing Schools and Day Schools, Sunday Schools & Young People's Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. . William J. HoUzclaw. s Iffitttt'iS k, 'i'a Prices to Suit The Times. .'.. j". V ifc.fcf 'lit .V.r, -i a . .!i.4. a- - ir.i,Vi TEXT BOOK OF 1092. OCQolol Stanford, Ky., - Sept. 25, 1896 Deolnratlon of tho Republican Party. W. P. WALTON. Qaotatlnne Tnken from tha Tail Hook Which favored Free Coinage Its-publican. Now Trying to fjnilo WurU of 181)3. Hock, Ky., SepCamp Meeting Onu and -- October 6, 18l0. tember 29 Notional Democratic nnd Silver Head(or the round trip duriiiK quarters. Chicago. Sept. 17. 1S0C "If d lam meeting from OsktUle, Tenn., DniHe, every voter In the United States were to declare whether called upon Ky., and all atatlonn between. Great Good ho desired tho use of silver as weJI as meeting gold in our monetary system, certainBpeakera. Ask Agents about rates and ly as many as 00 votes out of every 100 W.O. Rlnenrson.G. P A., would answer In the BCbednlr. affirmative, and an Cincinnati, 0. equal proportion would favor such legisLexTrotting Hoise Rreedrra Asi'n. lation ns tended directly to bring about 'HO ington, Ky., Oct. Oth to 10th, the free And unlimited coinage of both trip tickets via Qneen A Crencnt Route metnls, If they believed the two metals to re- could be maintained at par." for one fare good until Oct. 17th Who said this? Was it the Intemper-ntturn. No extra chuge on vrsllbuled utterance of some train). free silver fanatic? Was it National DrUBitlata Philadelphia. P. the declaration of some political party 5th to Utli. Association. October pledged in Its platform to national disW. 0. Risiaihok, G. I'. A., Clnclnna honor nnd repudiation? No. It was the ofllctal declaration oi tl, 0. the republican party, made in the year of our Iml 1S92. It accurately voiced Affisa tho sentiment of thnt party before It came under tho domination of Uie Ky., Hustonvlllo, Hannas, the Morgans, the Belmonts, and Dctlrtt t announce to her old cuilomr now the Itotluchllds and the confederated Drei.MakiDj; Parlor art friend that her banks ami syndicates ot tho United open lor tiilion and foilw anr dtairiof he to call early ad cure dtltt. States. The language nlwve quoted can be found on page S3 of the republican textbook, entitled "The Grand Old A Sort 11 one, 15 h.ndi hljh. It diih f.ced Party Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, Gar?'J- .w'u.,It. iquarely built. II c it s e aad field. Arthur, Harrison; It Is true to liberal reward for hit return to Uekey & t iilley'i Livery Stable at Lancatter. the flag." Tho republican national J T.JACKSON, Bourne, Ky. committee gave this document Its ofllA podtlon a clerk or to do ctal sanction nnd distributed 3,000,000 WAIN 1 E,JJ.iiiyklDdofworkihllhon. of them throughout the United States. ahd profitable. Am willing to work nl, abooorablt uotil I prove mynlf fit tor the At the dictation of the gold combine it for itnall talary is now attempting, at the expenditure poiltlon. Recommendation Klttn II dtiireJ. J 54 Aiea Stcpbiotoa, Stinlord, Kt. of millions of dollars, squandered In lying pamphlets, to undo the work to which the republican party consecrated years of Its honorable existence. Let me quote more from this entitled "The Grand Old Party." and " I am Hill agent for Fall Branch Coal get will It says: triotic tMursnges. tuch Weep a (Upply of all kitidi of Coil, 10 you There Is not the slightest reason to "Until the year 1S73 the United at you want at the loweit pottlblc rricr for Caih. Office. Mill Hi. and Kallr&ad Crotine. opppt doubt nnd Willinm McKinley will not freeiiui UlNS. j. n. StaoUrd, Ky. States coined both goltl nnd silver Roller Mill. ly in unlimited quantities; that is, deny the statement that in 1S7S, in 37 you could take it to the mints of the 1SS0, In 1SS4, in 1SSS, In ISOO.In 1892 and United Stales and receive for it a fixed,' nil the yenrs and months up to the unvarying price: but in 1673, by the time that tihe gold clique In the reomission of the silver dollar from the publican nntioual convention nt St. coinage law prescribing the silver coins Loiii in June, 1600, frcum-- its goltl Bra workman of of the United States to be thereafter plank, and forced him to stand upon coined, and by the limitation of the It that William McKinley has been a 14 YEARS legul tender of hllver to live dollars, constant nnd unswerving friend of siloilier vta in effect tlemoneti.ed, and ver. A few days ago he came out fqunrely the goltl Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f it has never since been restored fully to ard, and and flatly for in most standdenounced bitter the Hsition it held in the earlier coinWater Pipes, Porage hysteni of this country. There has terms thnt honest faction of the Amercelain Bath Tub3 been much Irrelevant controversy ns ican people who believe in the money differAsttclahy. WORKMANSHIP bF.COND TO to whether this was done Intentionally of the constitution. It makes no opinions are and after full discussion, or accidental- ence whnt his Gill edge reference In and out NONE. ly, far as the majority of congress on this question. If he be nn honor-nbl- e ol the Suit. AiV jour Dinvlllt man, he ennnot, he dare not, beftlrodt about ray wolk. were concerned, nnd by the artful trick tray those who nre now spending milof certain persons Interested in bringT. F. CLARKE. ing uliout a goltl standard. Such n lions to elect him. Let no man delude himself with the CUnent llouie llulldlni, Dinvitl. Ky. controversy tent's no useful purpose. At that time both silver and gold were hope that William McKinley can now large payments be anything but n gold monometnlllst. Co., at a having premium, specie and paper He has counted the cost, rendered his been resumed, not money wns the wily currency. The im- decision nnd must be Judged by his Ky. portant fact, however, is that silver recent letter of acceptance. Every wax demonetized, and it Is of little line in that document reflected the deWARNING, service In considering how It was de- mands of Wnll nnd Lombard streets. For the sake of n presidency he has prived of them." We want to five tbee who own ui fair warning What do you think of thnt, you good recanted the patriotic utterances of nn that we tliall give them two week more to tcltle honorable past, spoken In fnvor of silup with u,, and if they do sot come up in that republicans who arc now following y the pledged advotime, we thallpul their accounu in tha htndt of the banner hoisted by Mnrkllanna nt ver. He stands MfcKSHON & CRKKK. an officer. cate of a doctrine he despises, the the dictation of Wall street? Has happened in tho last four years champion of n conspiracy which he to give the He to this olllclnl declara- foresaw, the detnils of which he has tion of your party hnrdly four years exposed. Never in the histnrj- of American politics has a presidential canngo? Has the crime of 1S73 been conDEALER IN doned? What has brought about this didate occupied such n pitiful position. wonderful change In the republican The question is, did the transfer of the GROCERIES, HARDWARE, attitude toward silver, one of Amer- nlleglance of William McKinley from bimetallism to the gold standard carry TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ica's most valuable products? Let ui with it allegiance of millions of honcontinue these Interesting quotntloni from the republican literature of only est Americans who have heretofore GLASSWARE, &c. four years ago. The honorable gentle- been nfllllnted with him In an attempt man who planned thnt document said: to restore silver to its function as of both met- money? "The Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. als had unlimited colnnge foundation This Is n question which every voter prevailed from the ot the government until that date, and must answer for himself. yet on June 30, 1673, there had been n Bo Sure to Give Him a Gall. total coinage of $1,011,038,157 of gold CHANCE FOR SOME GOLDBUG. Unlim- Kama Man OITern 8730 lutlolil for 1,000 nnd only $102,425,070 of silvrr. ited silver had not mennt the debaseriftjr-On- t Dollar." ment of tho currency. The scarcity of Ileilbrnun, a free sillien tho tnetnl and its free employment as ver man of Osage county, Kan., offers money by nil nations except England to put up n forfeit In nn Osage City had given it a value in comparison witli bank on the following conditions: He gold thnt removed nil risk of Its free will pay $750 In gold for 1,000 AmeriThere can coined silver dollars, after tho pasuse In our coinage. is a grave danger in the unqualified sage of the free silver act, or forfeit WILL CURE adoption of the gold standard. Tor, ns tho $250; tho party putting up a like Scrofula, Salt Rheum, silver has been taken out of Europe's forfeit to lose If be fails to deliver 1,000 coinage, the demand for gold has enor- of such silver dollars nt the time stated Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, mously grjvvn, nnd grown In n propor- for $750. Mr. Ilellbraun explains thnt tion much greater than the supply. if this and all diseases of the blood and Measuring both metnls by the stand- dollars gold standard talk about is a means anything hero &-- Makes You Well. ard of commodities, It Is substantially chance for some of its ndvocatcs to make has appreciated truo that Indigestion, constipation and dys- more to say silver gold depreciated. In 25 cents nplcceon 1.000 silver dollars. has than pepsia, kidney and liver disease tho silver-usin- g VVliy Not Submit Turin Question? countries silver will! yield to its curative powers and buy almost ns much of everything ex-- J McKinley says that we can make a cent gold as It would ten or a dozen tariff law nnd nil other lnws for our when cured it - Keeps You Well. years ngo, and this fact sustains the own country without consulting any demand for "cheaper" money. The nd- - other government, but on n coinage lw in.ntna of ,.... irnlrt stnm1nr,l flllpco law we must hnvo an "International Sold in Lincoln county by .il -- i i.i is !.. nit; iuu, ..l.- - vuuiu ui gum i in union.-- , uu ngrcement." W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. In all of, his speeches from in front of thnt n certain quantity of gold bullion " Penny's Drug Store, having a fixed value should be the his residence he has not declared that This would bo ho is in fnvor of submitting tho tariff Craig & Hocker standard of exchange. nil well enough If anybody were able question to nn international agreement, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. to insure that the supply would con- but Is in fnvor of submitting the finan" F. B. Twidwell, tinually increase in ratio with the In- cial affairs of this country. A manly J. A. Hammond, Hubble. creasing demand for it caused by American would resent foreign interTanner Bros., McKinney. growing population and commerce, but ference in nny legislation intimately as a matter of fact, it is decreasing in affecting his country. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. that ratio, nnd, therefore, a man who Labor Agnlnut the lloune. ten years ago contracted n debt M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Otto Arendt, the distinguished Gerwhich might then have been disYours for Health, charged with a thousand bushels of man bimetnlllst, having seen the evils wheat, must pay many more that the demonetization of sliver James T. Cooke, than a thousand bushels of wheat to brought upon his own country, says in Harrodsburg, Ky. get himself free. Just as it Is truo to a recent communication to tho New Woo can think say that the silver dollar which wns York Journal: of tome almple exchanged on nn cqunllty with gold Wanted-- An "If I were nn American citizen I luwgiopaieiiir Protect ronr Idpaai they mar bring you wealth 15 years ngo Is now worth but 80 cents would unhesltntlngly vote for the peoWrite JOHN WKDPEltDUIlN A CO., Patent Attorney. Watbtngton, 1). U for their l.fcw prlto oner in gold, bo it is true to say that an ple's champion. A free colnngo presiand lilt of two hundred Inrentlona wanted; amount of wheat that would exchange-1- dent nppears to me a lesser evil than Who can think years ago for a gold dollar Is worth a stock exchange president, You are ot aonie almple Wanted-- An thing to patent fighting tho battle of labor against the much less Protect your Ideaaj they may bring yon wealth. If Bjt farmer Is desirous to know bourse, the battle, of the farmer against' Write JOHN WKPDRBUURN ft CO., Patent Attorney!. WaiblBBtoB, D. X, for their ti Mi prlio Oder why his whcatvte now worth55 cents i the speculator." and Ust of two hundred larentloo wanted. one-thirto-d- ay Ht nl RI e long-haire- d, wild-eye- d Betti V. Logan, Xvtray or Stolen. 1 - I COAL I text-Iwo- k bushel instead of ono dollar, he Is respectfully referred to this declaration of the republican party, made only four Any merchant or short years ago. farmer, who views with dismay the constantly depreciating value- of his stock and goods, and who is now staring bankruptcy In the face, should consult tho above quotation and then figure on the prospect ahead of him, in the event that the gold standard is permanently fixed as a part of our national policy. Listen to this, our good republican friends, who arc now frantically endeavoring to swallow tho gold pill. Hero Ls what was asserted by your republican text book of four years ago: "The moaning of this Is clear. Tho capitalist can increase his wealth by simply converting it into gold, putting It In a vault nnd holding it idlo for a) scries of years. At the end of ten yenrs It will buy moro provisions and more labor than it would when he stored it. As the supply of gold contracts everybody must work harder to get It. "It Is plnln thnt the debtor Is entitled to discharge his obligations for a value precisely similar to that ho originally obtained. He cannot do this If the money in which his loan Is compulsory payable increases between tha date of Its making and the date of Its payment. Measured In gold nil obligation.? have thus increased in a very hhort period of time. The creditor class enjoys, therefore, a vast advantage over tlw debtor cIoks. The men who work for tlielr living and cotiHumo their earnings year by year aro placed in a most unfair position." What are Mark Hannn, J. Plerpont Morgnn, Hldelback, Ieklchclmcr & Co., and others of our philanthropic opponents doing to relieve American farmers, worklngmen. and producers from this "mostunfolr position?" They liavo forced a great party to affirm In Its platform the sacredncss of the gold standard and they denounce, as anarchists, rcpudiatlonlstH, lunatics and tiopullftts those who now dare to them. There is much more good rending In entitled "The. Grand this text Old 1'nrty," and nt nn early dato I will quote more from Its stirring and pa- Mistake Abont Hrnrt DUeaao. The changes which go lo mnko up heart disease take place slowly nnd go on for years without making themselves known to tho victim, and in not a fow cases denth occurs suddenly from such diseaso without its exi'touco having been suspected. On tho other baud, thcro are permit who think they hnvo henrt disease when tho construction of thnt organ is perfectly healthy. Thoy complain of bad feelings in tho enrdiuo regions, palpitation, irregular breathing, etc., and sucli symptoms would naturally suggest disease. In these case tho troablo is purely nervous in characterthat is, tho nerves which control tho workings of tho heart nro somewhat deranged, nnd very generally this is the result of dyspoptio trouble. Those who exhibit tho signs described Hhould turn their attention to tho stomach and try and overcomo them by enrcful attention to diet. Tho quan tity of food taken should bo no groater than health nnd strength demand, and only substancoa easily digcitiblo Hhould bo eatcu. In somo people, evon with iainy strong aigcsiive powers, tea nnu coffoo causo palpitation of tho heart; hcueo thoir use is forbidden. Tobneco also gives riso to the same symptom. Of course this habit, and nil othcni which tend to produce nervo weakness, should Where- trouble with bo discontinued. tho henrt is purely functional tho remedy lies with tho victim, and by wiso restraint n cure ia generally effected. In fact, medical treatment is rarely needed except it bo to tone up tho system. New York Ledger. - tuf riRFAT RirAtVi ;; TRAINING SCHOOLOF THE SOUTH. cr 9&tttJiirJ!f'SfXrrian kcoiiwo cuoumsifwao oww nr wm mMfMiakSmmn Hundkos holding hne positwks. Z- 1 &w?AfAjMfJ0?$w C. - JLtttfO? 5fi "E COUNTRY. MCNT10NCgUa WANTtp. THE State College of Kentucky Opens September 10, 1896. , Instruction is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Classics. CNormnl School Work and in three Scientific Courses of Study, viz: Chemical, Biological nnd Mathematical. County apointees receive tuition, matriculntion, room rent, fuel and lights free. County appointees who remain ten consecutive months. or one year also receive trav- . . , . , , ,. , . ., ,A to el,nS expenses, iwnrti in iorranory c- - j per much; hi iinvaw niaiiiici For catalogues nnu oilier lniormauon, auuresi JAMES K. PATTERSON. Pli D., LL. D., President, Lexington, Ky. .,.... n n. mr (:. (tit SPECIAL FRIOES "' "7 w ffi '.1 1 ni M FOR 30 DAYS Wi i :: : be liiuCC lui tile uoniilg oil Evlla of the- Coffee HablL There is an outcry in America and on tho Europonn continent against coffee drunkenness, which is said to bo ono ox the latest d&ugers. A New York doctor who has znado a Bpocinl study of tho - '! ? i . ll'J,1 op-1o- lok Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE pcrj-onn- l o St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, $-FA- IK his observation has shown question that chronic coffoo poisoning is much more common than is generally supposed, "Tho symptoms are usually confounded with alcoholic disturbance, because coffoo dyspopsia bears n striking resemblance to alcoholic dyspepsia. There nro tho samo disgust for food, morning expectoration of mucous and marked anorexia. This disgust for food increases in sovero enscs, uutil tho pationt can only tako coffoo or broad soaked in coffee. Nausea follows, aud many of tho other ilia thnt flesh is heir to. Concerning tho samo evil Dr. Men-dl- l of Berlin hns published a clinical 6tudy which is tho most thorough yet made, a ho had a largo community of coffoo driukers under his constant tho working women in observation nnd nbout Essen. He fonnd many of theso women consumo over n pound of coffeo n week. Tho leading symptoms of tho ills that afflicted them were profound depression of spirits nnd frequent headaches, with insomnia. A strong doso of coffco would relieve them for a time, when tho ailment would return. Tho muscles becamo weak nnd trembling, nnd tho hands trembled whou nt rest. Tho victims suffered so seriously that they dared not abandon tho drinking of coffeo for fear of death. " Homo aud Colonial Mail. subject beyond Bays Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, a Screenings and Shipstuff. J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. mi li, A o rr CI 5' . O -- , o t 3 E 3. 5? O O 3 VI Z 7? s: O n ... 2 n eLcl s O n -- w ?;' a. w 3 c 3 n 32 c " .r ? C ,: in .8 9? " 2 ? n a S w 5 ." 5 z ST s- - 2 o r fj 9-- P " & 8. ? j: Q. o n -- o n o t1 era p 3 n p 3 in i rt p 3 a. C P era - c 2 p pi (A -- 7? V. "a to-da- nny-thin- g J. K. VanArsdale, I Cooke's well-know- n Sarsaparilla . 3 o 0 C- -- i T p peasant attnoks Tho modern Belgian tho visitor to Waterloo with immoderaC a. . n tion and demands English silver most El 3 O O persistently. Tho conductor of tho which conveys you to tho field sturdily claims backsheesh for tho sole 8ervice of having relieved you of your fare. From tho moment you leave tho station until tho moment you return you nro pursued by n crowd of ragged urchins howling "Charito" nt the tops of thoir ugly voices or insisting on tho purchase of tho most ridiculous mementos. At tho gates of La Hnye Saiute, where tho bravo Germans fell to a man nftor having exhausted their ammunition, n farm girl invites yon to cuter aud then bars your exit with a belated With Steel Beam is considered for turning under Rag Weed tie demand for half a franc n visitor. At and stubbJr. Hougoumout tiiey have learned to improve upon this: A lady makes terms with you while you nre at tho gate for admission nt tho rato of half n frnno And the like, and you siioulJ mg my stock and get my prices each, but this you learn, to your disbefore you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. gust, on your departure does not include nu additional charge of half a franc eaoh for tho service of the guide to tho farm from whoso clamor you have vnln-lTHK HEKIi Ulendeavored to escapo during tho entire length of your stay. Such in sober Thoroughbred T Tf7T "gJTf y ?ffilrjWBBfflBMMHaV .J?UAJ truth is the condition of tho field of "Waterloo todny. What it will bo when Mjr Breeder were selected from tee beat herd of iwioe several different the railway is opened and the dojeotod of thiiiamout brred lot ol pin in ef dttireut State. A (plendtd bnttalious of the " personally conducted" for (lie. tired owa a jiialt. Sattafactiou uro poured out on it is oue of those guaranteed, Cucreipoudence solicited. Addrc things it is better to suspect than know. HKONAUG1X, K. Crab Orchard, Kt Pall Mall Gazette. Tho Field of AVnterloo. -fyj chnr-n-ban- o p a n P ji " n p in c THEZGIBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, bet WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, - B. tt. WEAREN. Qfismwttlm3&lwWf. y BLUK-GKAS- S Duroc-jersc- 0 XJjc25. s II. PMIeRSKHiiaMl&Lfci 50-ce- nt Fonnd on a IJattleflelJ. A romantic story is told of tho wifo of Thomas E. Watson, Populist caudi-dat- o for vice president, After ouo of the battles of our civil wnr n richly dressod i...;r baby was found among tho dead nud wounded. No parents came to claim tho child. Thoy say that father and nether had perished in tho strife. It is uot kuowu whether they were on tho northern or southern side But n southern Boldier and his wife took tho child thoy had found and cared for her ns their own. The years passed nnd tho little girl grow to bo a haudsomo nnd cultivated lady. Then young Tom Watson, firmer-lawyemarried hor, nnd thoy have lived happily ever since. r, This Is tho best market and ours is tho best homo to ship to. Wo maVo liberal advances on cotmlguments. Besides wo bavo better facilities than other houses In 'having many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot rash; not Iu trudo. No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTER WOOL, WOOL. i 110 Third Street, or 013 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOUZSYZLZiE, KY. "THE Queen &Crescent reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Chatta-noocthrough trains. Diy Coashes and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, not nprmgs iH and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtnroe and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles ana WltS San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, aVff via New Orleans or via Shreveport. CM. T .'.... Vn. 4,a. Tllttn r!nea P.llna 4n Pttlfl tl tl fit I Free Parlor 2rJg with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati, caie, rarior anu uuswv- Hon Cars between Cincinnati,. Lexington and 'ft'rWJ Chattanooga. Gh&s.'W.Zell, W. O. Hinearson, " Q. P. t.i Cinclnwiti, 0. W. PomY Aft., Cincinnati. 0, K to-dn- y The Splttlug Nultance. Tho attempt to stop spitting in tho Boston street cars by means of cards j asking passengers to desist from tho practico has failed, nnd now the board ' of health has taken up tho matter. It i lias passed nu order forbidding spitting in tho cars uuder penalty of arrest aud flue. Diking; Acheen. A thoroughly Dutch scheme for tho defenso of Acheen iu Sumatra is proposed by an honest citizen of Delft. It route a. Idea PIJL !er Idea ." is to surrouud tho distriot, whloh comprises 15,000 squnre acres, with dikes that can bo opened iu case of attack, flooding the country arouud. t1 mm 1 r -- J ":ZW" B8f It i.l EM-WEE- Lv lNTFRIOJoaRWJ I truth not" in them. Stanford, Kw, Sept. 25, 1896 Metropolitan Papers Pander to the Goldbuffs, the corpse CoUl was frozen. THE ARIZONA KIGKEE , AN ELECTION NOTICE. Node It (Ivtu that u election will be Few E. C. Walton, Business Manager. With lintBeen, Exception the nisj UallW Huve Choked Into Declaring; for Mark Ilanua and the) Congh Rem edyia a Godn-n- d to theaffl'Cted Thrre li no ad vertiiement about thi: we jut feel like saying it The Democrat, Carrollion, Ky. From alt accounts, Chamberlain's Gold Standard. IN GERMANY. Mr, Jacob Eebemen, who la In the employ o( the Lnicago Lumver Co., at Dre Moines, Iowa, says: "I have just sent tome medicine back to my mother in the old country, that 1 know trom personal use to be the best medicine in tbe world f r rneumatism bavin? used It in mv family for lev. era! years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It always does the work. For sale by Craig A Ilocker, Stantord, Ky. In a recent letter to the manufacturers, Mr V F.Benjamin, editor of the Spectator, Kuihlord.N. Y , says: It may be a pleasure tn you to know the high esteem in wh.ch ChambetUn's medicines ate held Dy the people of your oen State, where ther must be best known An aunt of nine, who retidei at Dexter, Iowa, was about to visit me a few yea' s since, and belore leaving hone wrote me, asking If they wcte sold here, stating that If they were not she would bring a quantity with her, as she did not like to be without them." The medicines referred to are Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures ot colds and croup; Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame back, pains tn the side and chest, and Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy bowel complaints. These medicines have been in constant use in Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. The people have learned that they are articles ot great worth and merit, and unequaUd by any other. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Htanlord Ky. SENTITTO HISMOTHER fr nv. hspi women or us all. A little care and a little plan-nin- g beiore birth is often jnore Important than anything that can be done after On the mothe.'s health and ttrength depend the life and the tuture of the children. A weak and sickly woman can sot bear s troop and healthy children. Most of the weakness of women is utterly inexcusable. Proper care and proper medicine will cure almost any disorder of the feminine organism. Dr. Fierce'! favorite Prescription has been tested in thirty years of practice. It is healing, soothing, strengthening. It is perfectly natural in its operation and effect. By its use thousands of weak women have been made strong and healthy have oeen niaac ine momers 01 strong ana neaitnv children. Taken during gestation. It makes child birth easy and almost painless and insures the wen oemg or both mother ant child. Send si cents In one-ce-nt stamps to World's Dispensary Medical Association, lit ffalo N. Y , and receive Dr Pierce's 1008 page"Conmon Sense Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated. PERSONALITIES. A. Callaway of Wilkes county, Ga,, in the will havo a eon and next Georgia legislature. Walter L. Campbell, the Democratic son-in-la- w nominee for probate judge of Mahoning county, O., has been totally blind since boyhood. The Rov. William Cullan Hicks, a widely known revivalist of Kentucky, can repeat from memory every word in the Bible except the book of Psalms. Tho Strand Musical Magazine says that tho oldest living English compose: is Charles Salamau, whose song, "1 Arise From Dreams of Thee," was pub lished GO years ago. Dr. P. Penta, an Italian criminolo gist, has discovered that criminal shows itself in tho toes of iu subjects, webbed and prehensile- toes being common among convicts. When Sir William Harcourt resigned his practice at tho parliamentary bar in order to enter upon political life, hn was earning 14,000 a year. His ministerial salary for 27 years is put at 45,000. Miss Margaret Cresswoll receives $3,500 a year for acting ns postmistress in Gibraltar. Tho Gibraltar mail cannot be very heavy, for Miss Crcs3wcll at tho samo time acts as superintendent of all tho postoffices on the north African coast Lord Gerard has settled for $18,000 a suit whioh ho has been lighting for against tho London and Northwestern Railway company about sonio land of his that was taken and for which he asked $1,800,000. His costs are probably $50,000. Probably tho last survivor of tho men who fought in tho July revolution of 1830, M. Pierro Lourderenu, 02 years of age, recently made his annual pilgrimage to tho Column of July in tho Placo do la Bastille, accompanied by his children and. grandchildren. - a few exceptions, the- crcat newspapers of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago and other centers of population and wealth, but there is as yet no power in organized monopoly which can entirely suppress the publication of truth. Thanks to the Indojwndentnnd fearless press of the smaller cities, there ore yet citadels from which shot and shell can be poured into the ranks of the usurers who now aspire to political supremacy. It will be the province of this paper to tell the truth. The truth Is good enough in this campaign. If the American people can become acquainted with the undisputed facts, Wall street will not carry a county in tho United States. No statement will be given publicity until It has been thoroughly Investigated nnd Its accurncy established. Nothing will bo suppressed. Things will be called by their right names. If a man steals ho is a thief. If he utters an untruth ho Is a liar. If he indulges in cant he is a hypo- National Democratic and Silver Headquarters, Chicago, Sept. 10, 1890. For tho first time In tho history of the United States the greedy hand of tho usurer is at tho throat of tho press. With a few courageous and honorable exceptions, the metropolitan papers have been choked into a declaration for Mark Ilanna and tho gold standard. Their columns are filled with sophistry, with evasion, and with lies. At the dictation of the banks which own mortgages on their plants, and therefore on their souls, these newspapers have hoisted the American flog in behalf of monopoly, and buncnth its sacred folds charge the patriotic majority of the American people with repudiation, dishonesty and anarchy. The truth is not in them. At the command of the bankocracy they do not hesitate to stultify their honest declaration of an honorable past. They suppress all news calculated to cnablo the people to render a fair decision at tho November election. There are two sides to the money question, but they dare not present even their own side or rather that of their owners and masters and present it fairly. Mark Ilanna docs not own or control this paper. Wall street controls, with Storage rroccM Kinployeni in m Tost Mortem Operation. It is said that a human body was frozen in Philadelphia the other day for Boientino purposes, tho first caso of its kind on record there. Considering tho condition of tho temperature, it may bo entirely superfluous to add that tho was none ny nrtmoim process in a local cold storago establishment. Tho few who are acquainted with the facts are decidedly uncommunicative. Tho cold storago people would be hard- ... tr, nt,nn. ......, jlv that thoy had received a human corpso for treatment; tho coroner, whoso con- rant it maybe assumed would bo re-quired under the circumstances, said point blank that ho had not heard of tho case, and tho physician who was named as being in chargo of tho matter was rathor ovasivo to n reporter who sought information about it, Tho story briefly is to tho effect that tho patient, a woman, died in n hospital after an illness tho unturo of which baffled and mystified tho physician in chargo and others who wero called iu consultation, and that it became highly important, from a Boicn title standpoint, that the subject's circulatory system, not to speak of ono or two important organs, should bo examined whilo they wero ns nearly as possiblo in tho condition existing in life, and that for this purposo it was essential that disintegration should bo stopped as soon and as effectively as possible. Coroner Ashbridge, apparently mis understanding questions put to him by tho reporter on the subject, said that embalming had been brought to such a Btuto of perfection that ho doubted the necessity of tho freezing operation and referred to several iustauces in which his undertaker had surprised communities olsowhoro by tho perfectnosq with which ho had managed to keep subjects for loug periods. In tho oaso under consideration, however, embalming would havo frustrated tho very object sought, as tho acids would at ouco destroy the very condition which it was desired to maintain. As the coroner himself observed, somo ignorant or careless oinbnlmersuso acids to an extent that makes it dangerous for tho doctor who operate's in caoo of an uutopsy. It is quito likely that whatever thoro is in this exceptionally interesting experiment will bo mado known officially to tho profession Exchange. ln-eciii- KEEPING IN THE LEAD IN THE NEW HORPOR JOURNALISM. A j Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 1896, TRAINING ncjln Knrly, hld on aittslnir Arttat mid n Hungry llenr Two Humlrtxl Unlit tn Tor ttio Homo of tho Greatest I'ninlly Tapir on Earth A Kick on Wrt.tiirr 1'rc.lletlnna. COLT. Oriitlv With I ' lll-oi- v -- can find enouch of theso htories and incidents to mako a bnpnleireut about onco in four weeks tho samo will bo is- sued and cur subscribers made happy. I Without my extra cost to cur readers Professor Ocar It. Oleason tells us llrgular Term Lincoln Couutr Court, h.ld Aur .WW!k iuo a supplement to tho that n hor.Vs nostrils aro his fingers. o, i9, Hon. Oro. M. DavUoo. nml" B,iC' "c,h When, therefore, anything unknown Judge I'rftidinc. i""18 ,'aU In the matter ol J. M. Cook and otheri, vol comes before tho animal's oyo, ho smells ? rt el ghost stones, four tuiuo horrors ami it all over, to ascertain whether it is Lincoln county. Ky.. Icr vole in laid couoty ba c,,l,m'P' n,", NT0 " 6or; danBProun. Accordingly, when n halter upon the prepealtion to have Free Tumplk.a and Gravel Koidi In ild county. thT luAT ' ' Awt to bo put upon a colt, Oleason On motion of thy applicant!' couniel htrtln, the tlK? ?'1 ,c,Tlc,11 i apilicatlonof J M Cock and r of spaoo of 8nvs. ..Tuko tho halter in your left Lincoln county, y reietolore othtra, vo'eraand iu which men were bitten by mad hand and let him Finoll it. Then buckle received by the County Judge of directed to. Co the Lincoln Court, waa tulmitted to the judge ofaald court at wolves or rattlesnakes and died in tho the regular Auguit term theirot, atd en the roth most horrible agonies. Whilo this isn't day ol Aiifruu. ig)6,and It appearing to the latii exactly our stylo of literature our readlattionof tbe Judge ol tald court that a written application atklnit for a vote upon the proportion ers want it, and wo defer to thorn. It is to have Free Turnnil, Rf.uil li..i. - i i.. ""N. our aim to keep iu tho lead, and if wo fXl coln county, Ky. wa heretofore, it On tho I rr Donl Let It lla Frightened, It ' of the lS. nd qu.lllltd ro.er, of tl.j propo.illort whjiher or not to h.vu Free 1 tt Kcudilo id couoty ot Lincoln, beld election will be held In punuinciot en ot the Judge L.ncoln nml Vi,11l'tr21 ol the AoK""' tountyol Court, tnide lerra t,,he. Mid court AllherreuNr Nortmbtt KlfcUon, in Lincoln counij. Kt., tor tbe purpose of Uklrc tb "d urn-pik- 7 T Qv . rrceiv edbyaaldjudjp, and that laid wrlltm amplication waa ngntd by a number ot Vetera of laid Co. ot unco n equal to i per cnt. ef the vote catt at 6th day ol Auguit, it)6, preicntt-- to and A .Mining ArtWt, cm-ploy- ; j I It time for plain talking. With an audacity unparalleled a clique of gold lenders is attempting to forever bind the hnnds of the American people. Emboldened by past triumphs, with an appetite whetted by successive raids on the United States treasury, they have thrown discretion to the winds and arc fighting In the open. Ilnnnn, the unspeakable Ilanna, has come out from behind tho screen and is commander in chief. Ho has in Is crite. A MECHANICAL Tho Odd MARVEL. n Tail Job of StrnlRtiteuliig Chimney Stuck. nine-ycai- s his possession William McKinley's notes for a large amount and proposes to collect them, by grace of tho voters of the United States. Who is helping him? Payne, of Milwnukce Payne, the avowed enemy of labor; Payne, the man on whom the outraged citizens of Milwaukee placed a boycott and walked for weeks rather than ride in his street cars. Who else is on Banna's stall? Ycrkes and Pullman, of Chicago; II. C. Prick, of Homestead; Thurston, of Omaha, the senatorial lobbyist of the Union Pacific road. Every man who ever plundered labor or eicted a workman is arrayed on the side of Hanna and nn English gold standard. Can they win? Not if the spirit of independence yet dominates tne people of America. Bryan Tell M'KINLEY QUOTED. What He Said in a Speech In 1H01. Tho straightening of a chimney stack at a brick and tilo works located at Earnest, Pa., was recently accomplished in a novel manner. The stack is 122 foot high, 11 feet squaro at tho base, tapering somowhat at tho top, and weighs 400 tons. The walls aro 30 inched thick. Tho top was fouud to bo leaning 45 inches from the vertical lino. To right tho chimuey 10 inched of brickwork was removed from tho foundations, on threo sides. As tho bricks wero removed, squaro blocks of wood wero inserted, ono after another, until threo sides of tho structure rested on tho blocks. Between the blocks substantial brick piers, 0 inches high, wero built, leaving a spaco of 4 inches between tho top of tho piers and tho bottom of tho undermined brickwork. Tho blocks wero then set on fire and kept burning evenly. If ono burned faster than the othors the fire on that particular block wns checked so that all woto mado to burn uniformly, nnd ns tho blocks wero reduced to ushas tho stack slowly righted. As tho top slowly swung back through tho 45 iuch aro small lissuros appeared nonr tho base. In every groovo a stool wedgo was driven to maintain tho weight of tho walla Tho entire work consumed ono day, and the reduction of tho wooden blocks to ashes required ono hour. Exchange Are You Afraid TO READ BOTH SIDES ? Is OP THE QUESTION? The New York Journal the only Metropolitan paper indorsing Bryan and Sewall and it daily publishes articles by the le&dine financiers of the country on both sides of the question, "Silver versos Gold' It is progressive, liberal and always espouses the cause of the masses. Every broad minded man should read it, whether Republican or Democrat I I 1W --- L 1 Cent everywhere. Subscription for One Month, lncludlnor Sunday - - - -- 40 cents $1.00 Two Months and a Half - - Dally --- Send subscription to The New York Journal, Circulation Department, NEW YORK. rectly reported. "These are the words which he la said to have used: 'During all of Grover Cleveland's years at the head of the government ho was dishonoring one of our precious metals, one of r our grent producers, discrediting and enhancing tho price of gold, lie endeavored even bcfoTO his inauguration to office to stop the coinage of silver dollars, and afterward, and to the end of his administration, pcralst-entl- y used hla power to that cud. lie was determined to contract tho circulating medium and demonetize ono of the coins of commerce, limit the volume of money among the people, mako money scarce and therforo dear. He would have increased the value of everything else money tho master, everything else the servant,' "Following these samo llnea the republican convention in 1802 declared at Minneapolis that the American pco pie from tradition and interest wero ic favor of bimetallism. That is the language of 1892 that the American people from tradition and interest are ' in favor of bimetallism. Have tradi tions changed in four years? Have interests changed in four years? No, my friends, and yet, forgetting tho platform of 18S9, forgetting the denunciation uttered by their distinguished lender in 1891, forgetting the platform of 1892, tho republican party in convention assembled declared that tho American people must forego the advantage of the bimetallic system to which tradition and interest endeared them until foreign nations should bring' those advantages to them." sil-c- Mr. Brj'nn in a recent speech, said: "And in 1S91, on the 12th day of February, in Memorial hall, at Toledo, O., at the Lincoln day banquet, the present candidate for president upon the republican ticket used the words which I shall now read to you. I have found these words published in a Toledo paper, and they have been published so long without correction that we may safely assume that he was cor- THE WORLD ON WHEELS. of tho Trolley Sjstem Will llrlnfr AUoat Surprise. Tho marked success of tho trolley cars for special purposes, such as trolley and theater parties, tho adoption of trolley cars for express and paokago in some cities, and tho attempted introduction of funeral cars in others, together with tho latest development in this direction namely, tho action of tho Brooklyn grand jury in recommending trolley prison vans to carry prisoners from tho courts to tho jail and penitentiary suggests that the twontioth century will bo a lifo on wheels. A glimpse into tho future, soys this paper editorially, reveals tho trolley restaurant and cafe, trolley beer saloons, cigar stores, barber shops and various other trades on wheels. Tho twentieth century business man will demand household facilities on wheels. Ho will receive his Bhavo and breakfast whilo going to business in tho morning, dlno and bo amused whilo returning homo in tho ovcuiug. Truly there aro great possibilities in tho trolley. Electrical Development do-live- ry and got away. Tho horvo tamer's description of tho method is as follows : Tako a common clotheslino rope nnd mako a large slipknot around tho body, drawing it moderately tight, and pans tho end up between tho forelegs through tho halter. The reason for doing this is of course very apparent Ho cannot understand how anything can pull tho Thu llivtt Wo Om Wednesday noon of last week a band hind part of his body and his head at of about 40 indignant citizen, headed tho namo time, and on feeling tlie strain by Major Wharton of tho Cactus ranch, behind ho will go forward, and thus you besurrounded Tho Kicker oilioo and fired will accomplish your object without ing compelled to use force. Taking this about 200 bullets into tiie homo of tho grcatent family paper on earth. Tho ob- ropo in tlte right hand, and standing ject was to rcbuko us for posting weather directly in front of tho colt, say, in a bulletins whioh did not pan out ns rep- decided manner, "Come here," and nt the witno time pull tho ropo sharply. Ho resented, and wo wero duly rebuked. When we sturted our weather bureau, will invariably move forward, and wo explicitly announced that all tho when ho does so caress him. Ue'wnt tools we had ro work with were a map this operation two or three times until of tho world, a two foot rulo and a red ho will quickly movo forward when you say "Como here." lead pcnciL Then with this ropo hitch him to tho CO days wo have hit tlw weather In manger or to a post, and, standing iu 4S times, which wo submit is doing decently well. In a fow inftnnoeawo havo front of him, open and shut umbrellas, predicted rain which obstinately refuted shako buffalo robes aud beat tin jutus. to show up, nnd two or three times we In fact, mako as much noise as jxwHlblo havo overlooked high winds aud frosty without touching him. Of courso lis cannot think of two things at onco, and nights. Wo havo doiKJ our best, however, aud tho ropo tied around him behind catches if our people are not satisfied they must him by surprisoaud ho will end by givturn in smoother direction. Had Major ing up trying to got away, when he Wharton como to us perrionally nnd finds ho is freer from pain when ho is alone and like n gentleman wo would quiet nnd still than when jerking his havo tried to give him tho mat of head. For a very nervous horso put tho as far forward as possiblo arouud weather ho wants to grow jack rabbits rojobody. This treatment can bo applied aud tarantulas, but under the circum- - ' tho stances wo'll bo hanged if wo favor him until ho is thoroughly halter broke, Tho samo arrangement is tho most successM. Quad. over anybody else, ful ono iu existence for halter pullers, mid is also a most valuable assistant in I'lurltiK thn rniully. lending a horse behind a wagon. How "What's gone with all tho boys, old many people are at their wits ends conman:" tinually when on a long rido with a Dick'H "Well, of law." horse tied to tho carriago behind, nnd "And Jim?" yet this simple invention would preor tho "Jim's vent it all, nnd they would not be "And Ben?" obliged to oven givo tho horse a thought, politicinuiu." "Ben's Profetsor Gleason continues : "And Bob, whore's ho?" Tho next lesson to bo given to tho "Well, Bob ain't nowher's not yit. I can't beat no l'aruin inter his head, m co't sliould bo tho harnessing. First, ef ho don't go terteachin schooler edit-i- put on the open bridle with tho straight of a newspaper I leckou I'll sen him bar bit and run tho lines back through tho thill straps. Then teach tho colt to tor congress." Atlanta Constitution. turn to tho right and to the left and to stop nt tho word whoa. Theso lessons A 31 lid lUuiler lliizleri. should never to longer than nn hour Crimsoubeak Yon know Fakcly, tho each and generally only two a day, mind render? Gheckreins I do not npprovo of, as, iu Yeast Yes. "WelL yesterday ho had to go buck my judgment, if a liorso is born into to tho house three times to ascertain this world without style, you cannot why his wifo tied a littlo piece of cord help tho matter uny by forcing him arouud his finger." Youkcrs Statesman. man named Grunt, who camo out hero a few days ago to paint mountain scenery and who wus stopping over nt Pine Hill, has been missing for tho last flvo days. He went out to sketch tho mouth of Black canyon, and next day they found his ousel and brushes and paints scattered over tho ground. Tho goneral idea is that a bear with his lair iu tho canyon woko up, paw n good thing in front of him aud proceeded to tako it in. Ho makes tho fourth artist who has mysteriously dis appeared in thi Fectiou iu tho last two years. Tho belief that Mr. Grant is on tho inside is further strengthened by tho fact that a bear which Joe Harper shot ut uud wounded a day or two ago near tho canyon ppat several trousers buttons and a vct buckle out of his mouth as ho ran away. A youug expenire concreted with the election pray i ",".ow ,h'fore ordered that an eltction In Lincoln county, Kentucky, regular electicn therein on the jrj day at the neat TO I'REVENT 1IALTEU l'ULLINO. of Nevani-hiBoo, more thau to daya intervening between it over his neck. Always bo very calm the entering of thti order and the day of laid rtg-ulelection, to take the itmc cf the qualified v . and quiet in your manner nnd talk softly ,out,'r uPn he proportion to have to the- horse, which boos h groat way rrje-TnplkeeandOravelHoadelntheiaiJ Co. toward accustoming him to your presLincoln, and Tbomai D. Newland, the ihtilfl of laid county of Lincoln, li hereby directed to ence," open a poll at the pieclncta Tho picture is from Profosfor Glea-sou'- s In aaM county each and allatol the voiing heretofore of Lincoln time tieelirnaied, for the purpoie ol Uklng the lenee of book nnd illustrates tho method of he qualified vo en of the ot Lincoln dealing with tho colt if ho shows a H.ej.n.poiilonatoreiald. county NKWLAND, on T. D. H. L. C. tendency to pull backwnrd on tho halter t"I"""" en waa a grneral and regular election, and the petltlenrii making laid application having paid into court a ITkient amount ol money to pay for the orden, printing, advertising and allotnertec-etiar- y i!. election held in laid c unt, Jl held er ar - LEXINGTON October 6tli to 16lh. I. mim 1 1 1 association. hie World's Greatest Trotting Meeting. titaJvos $78000 lJursos. j.oco Kantucky'a Futurity The Tenneitee. , . . Oraat I'rt-1'acr The 'I riByIean!a...,. The 1 year-olFuturity The Aibland. .. Ihe lliue (! The Kentucky tor-A- ll d t 1 . i.eoo. ,ooo .... t S I J coo... ... 4,000 .... a,ooo ;,xxi, .......du cay . . day 3rd ., ut day nt day ti. day i J Oreat Tt e J 0 h tutcn Frcc-lor-A- ...... Tioi .i g i.ooo........ ;th day J,OCK......Slh day 9th day 000......... loth day ,6th day Atlrau THKKL The Celebrated great Soloiita; BeUttedl-IUIIenbur- great racea daily. Hand .- js rcrtormen; i?pccial-,Concetti daily. f HALF FAREonallrailroade. 1'iogram on ap. Hi). A. Tin ON, Sec'y. Tlcatlon H.C McOOWKLL, Pr.iidcnt. Five -- 4 s i Big Four" rtiv Line If tween Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. gas-poll- ." u 1 THK SCHF.DULF, i.ve (.incmnati 9 oo a in. 9 '3 P.m. Air. lolcde j13p.ro. Are. Detroit .. . 6 15 a. tn. 543 pm. Throusb coachea and mr'cr ran nn ir.ln. Through coachra, Wagner bleeping Care Ciacln. to Toledo and Oncinnali to Detroit on meht r.tl train No lervlce between Cincinnati. Toledo anu Ml Detroit 11 AS GOUIiAhOUIt NMV YORK LINK. OOI) AS OUK CHICAGO LINK, AS AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINrl Iluj jour tlckeia through via "Big Four." For full information cail on agent cr addrrn K. O. McCORMACK, D II MARTIN, I'aaa 1 ratr c Mgr Gen. Tan. ,V TkU Agl, ija.ra. !, ...1. 1UU AkkOOINO.... WORTH o ......X II S.M.. Tar 1ST, Tho Corbclt Folding: 1W. Tlw bctt folding bod wo havo is tho Corbett Wo always recommend it to our customers. Prospective Purchaser Why do you call it the Corbett? P. S. Because it is guaranteed not to shut up. Now York Sunday World. Wouldn't Change It, "I'm not pleased with your school report, Bobby," said his father, with ooletnn look. "I told tho teacher yon wouldn't bo, but sho was too stubborn to change it, tho old pelican I" Detroit Preo Press. Furniture Salesman , frLiEmi t. ft. - ' - -- "1 W Louieviilt NatHVlltc It. R. mtlVINO THK COLT. la the hoe for you, aa iu World. Money In an Old Grave. cedar tree. Ho began to investigate, and He Tlw widow has not given up her on digging down about two feet was wheel, has fho? surprised to find an earthen jar containSlie Oh, dear, no I Her bicyclo faco ing $1,000 in gold and silver, among answers udmirably as an expression of which wero somo coins dating as far concern for tlw lato lamented. Truth. back as 1804. Tito money is supposed to have been buried by an old settlor. 11 U. Not ' 'So you got thoo scars in the war. The I'arU Exhibition. Yon havo a right to bo proud of them, With duo ceremonial befitting tho sir." tho first ood iu connection with "Not strictly. You soo I was a subthe 1000 exhibition in Paris will shortly stitute," Detroit Tribuuo. bo turned. One of the first undertakings Dmulilg a Line. will bo to demolish tho Palais do l'In- "Don't you think there should bo dustrio aud to construct a bridgo across tho Seine closo to tho Esplanade des music iu overy heme?" "By oil means. What I object to is Invalidcs. This WQjrJcil tobooominenocd musio next door. " Chicago Record. in a few weeJUL IU-nllu, In Covena, Ga., recently John O. Herriugtou found un old gravo under a into it until you havo thoroughly Double Daily al trained him to drive. Then put on your Makecloie connection! chookroins nnd tako hii up gradually, LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI elevating his head to a natural position. For all pointa. I boliovo a colt should be flint broko THKOUOH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH when uboat n year old, but nover For any information enquire of worked in a vohiolo until nt loast flvo KICK. amdi, juft-a- . years of age, aud it is my opinion that Stanford, Ky a great many 'of our horses are almost Her Kecape, or at least greatly decreased in "I refoflod him time and again, yet ruined, by being broken too young. Any value, now ho has Baved mo from drowning. " with good Only Diiect Llbe Between "I suppose you succumbed at onco." good practical man, colt, yot ho judgmust ment, can break a "No. I had presence of mind enough nover get impatient, but bear in mind Cincinnati to pretend it was attempted suicide. " Shortett and qulckeit between that a colt is liko a child just learning Truth. his ABO. All colts, of course, can- Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Oarlislo, Maysvlllo, Oynthlana, Jlllivlllo Note. not bo handled alike, nnd, as perhaps Falmouth and Covington. "Will there bo a meeting of tlw lit- - you havo already inferred from the pre- Aik for ticket! via Kentucky Midland, Train bo handled accordcrary club tonight?" ceding, should each run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU April 19, 186. "I hurdly think bo. Tho janitor stolo ing to his nature, and the common senso tlw pofc6um, and they're out yonder of tho trainer should indicate tho most IKAlNb EAST, t No. 1. No 3. No. 7. p. in. p. tn. a. di. lynching him. " Atlanta Constitution. advisablo course to pursue. 6 OS A 00 Trains Ky. Midland R'y, and Frankfort LlU-mr- J The Uaeful Wheel. Angrorn Oont Protect Sheep. I unto several complnints from sheep breeders of tho destruction of stock by dogs. I think if breeders would buy nt leant ono Angora goat to run with their flock they will not only find a much moro offectivo remedy for this trouble, but ono that is far cheaper than a barbed wiro fence. Tho gaits roquiro no feed nor any different euro from tiw flock ; fleece 35 Lve Franklort " Klkborn 7'8 " Stamping U round ; if " GtorKCtown U... 7 43 7 S Arr. C. S. Depot 8jo ..C Paria 4 4 437 4 3 148 S 33 33 3 00 a 10 4 00 TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. p. m. a. in. p. m. a. m. C 3 Si 4 35 Lve Parte 9 30 6 33 10 i ' C. 8. Depot 6 40 6 36 5 45 Georgetown B 10 40 6 54 7 7 Stamp's Gro'd 10 38 11 16 " Klkborn 711 735 8 15 11 3 7 3 4rr Frankfort A... thoy aro long livod and hardy, aud their SUNDAY TRAINS. will pay for thoir kocp. Either l.eave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort , maio or fomalo will answer tho purposo, 1130 a.m.Frankfort 4 as Georgetown Leave as they have no fear of a dog nnd will c 13 p, m. snBfHI Tbe Kentucky Midland stand their ground and fight if neces- tion! form the ahortett and Railway and conneccheepcit route to all sary. If properly treated, they aro as oolnta South, Bait, North and Weit. quiet and kind as tho sheep. Buy an JKor further information apply to their agtnta. C. D. UK11CAW, Gen. Paai. Agent.. Angora goat and 6a vo your sheep. Cor. L. GEO. B. HARPER, Hec'r&Geu.Sup American Sheep Breeder. Frankfort Kr P- - fllieweMtaV eemnameuiiLi'jjjjiiAM i ? , 1. r PunLto Ecnobt Exebcisis. Tbis af- Mr. and Mrs. Stone Inft fnr thoir Mtn.i SEsa; ternoon from 1 to 3 r. m, there will be souri home, to which they will go after Window glass at (Jralg & llockei'a. public exercises, consisting ol composi- visiting friends in St. Louis. Tim groom tions, declamations and select readings is a fine old gentleman and Born the Stanford, Kv., - Seit. 25, 1896 bouncingtoboy. wile u( John Traylor, a by the pupils of Mr. Grubbs' room. All most excellent lady. They the bride a 45. have mary patrons and friends are invited to bo relatives here and hundreds o( (Mends For school supplies, tablets, new sla- - present, The cow school desks have ar- who wish them every joy that marriage E. C. Walton, Business Manager. tiouxry go to W, U, Mollcberts. rived and will bo set up by Moaday, the can bring. 28th. The stoves will also be put up bv W can save you money on family, AD CAI'TANDUM. that time. 130 can now be seated. US You ehould tako your prescriptions to ready mixed paints Craig it Uocker. TennyV druK Htoru where prompt bdi! That's the KmI of Speaker Stephen .1 have already been enrolled. accurate Bervlco is Ruaritntoed. Douglas Is, Tiik examining trial of Elijah King lUi'K. Will Bottom was arrested and or killiug Ab Fit.h will bu held here morning The Bl'nrnut Wf,lnchiij a Dismal D'tMip' brought to town yesterday Monday. PERSONAL POINTS. imintmeiit. charged with attempting to rape Lillie One o'f the Strongest lines of Clothing ever offered to Miss Willie Dawbo.n baa entued Housk in MilK r Addition with five or Blakeman, aleo colored. Both Bottom wasn't such a big thing after all. In It the trade now in stock. school at Midway. nix rooms and good outbuildings for and the woman are married. At his trial fact, for the amount of drumming it took Misa Mattik Klkin, of Garrard, is the rent. V. A.Trlhble. in the Hfternoon he was held over till togetnpacrowd.it was quite an aborguest of Mies Mary Elkin. circu.t court in 200, which hu (ailed to tion. The extensively advertised repubHon. A.E. Wilson, ol Louisville, will Mus. J. H. McKbk, ol KInKBvillP.iatbo give. Jnut after the trial the husband ot lican rally is a thing ol the past. Hon. addre rhu republicans at the courtguest of Mrs. T. L. Sbelton. the Blakeman woman elippnd a pistol in- Stephen A. Douglas, the son of an illusCol. T. P. llux will go to Uowling house here Monday night at 7:30. In Mtns' Trousers the stock is especially good. It is to hia wife's hand and she was preparing trious father, has come and gone and if Green to speak next Monday. to shoot ttie prisoner when ehe was anybody was benefited by his visit, save the Bon.v. To tho wile ol Eugene Wood, D. J. M. Oivkmi hiiiI wife, of b'cuu'r-Bo- t, a boy William Bryan. Grandpa John grabbed and prevented. Tho judgo then being Bmused lor the timo being, he are gueelH at IV. L. B, Cook's. G. Lynn says the now comer is for free sent Blakeman to jiil for 10 days and flu hasn't made it known. Instead ol a Miin. William Gkkh hasrutumid from crowd ol 2,000 expected, less than 600 edhim25. silver. a visit to her mother at Walnut Grevp, people came to town to hear the speak That the National democrats form a ing and seethe log cabin parade. Three Tub Lincoln County Colored Teacherb' 0. If you need any thing in Suits, Pants or Overcoats, before J. A. Bowkii, Esq , ol the train dis- Association will hi held at Crab Orchard, MuKinley Aid Society is more clearly bands were on hand and the muBic was patcher's ollice at Paris, was here Tues- Saturday, Sept. 20. Annio M. Stiwar, evinced ns the days go by. At Danville an especial feature of tbe day. The buying obtain prices at Monday, a prominent republican of that day. vice president. was a rather tame affair, only about place who thought Mr. Jamts C. CoulMiih. Da. I 8. UuntiRTT, of Grab Or126 taking part in it, musicians and all. Juixik J. P. Tarvi.v, democratic elector ter, of CaHev. was a third party man, chard, was the guest of tbn family of Mr. log cabin advertised was conspicu(or the Ktate-at- - large, will speak hero said to him- "Now you all do the beet Tho Joseph Soveranco. ous tn its absence, as was tho big trac with Mk. Jrmk D. Wkaiibk has heon work county court day. He is a lino speaker work you can, we'll divide offices tion engine which was to pull a hunyou when McKinley is elected. You and has a voice like a calliope. ine Mt. Verron and Livingston for life dred or more of the republicans. In fact Mr. uoulter is a shall be rewarded.' insnranco and succeeded-wel- l. the rally was rather disappointing to Ho.v, F. F. BoimiTr writes us that he democrat in every sense of tho word Miib. F. Kbiu took her daughter, Miss will speak at Whitt'sschool-houaoven the democrats, who expected not SaturJosephine, over to Cincinnati Tutmlay to day night, 2tHh, and that be has changed warm (or Bryan and Bewail, but he oaly all the rads in this county, but madidn't tell the republican what a goose ny (rom adjoining counties. The Negro euter ber in Glondalo College. disappointment at Tvrone to Oct. 3. be had made of himself. Miss Mahy Davis, who has Deen the element largely predominated, but to its Wantkd. To buy 200 watermelons guest of Mrs. W. II. Mclloberte, returnBadly Hit. Jacob Hagley, of Madi credit be it said it was a quiet and orderTuesday, Sept. 20, or will eel! exclusive son, is i300 worso oil, besides proving ly gathering, making up in that respect ed to ber home in Louisville Tuesday. Gait. Jack Doslp.y was the only Mex- right to trnflic meons three days of Fair, that ! is a thief at heart. A slick fellow what it lacked in numerical strength. Tho order of march was as follow: ican veteran from this place who attend- viz: Sept. 20 and :$0 and Oct. 1. A. E. from Cincinnati stopped with him all ed the at Greensburg this week. Albright, Brodhead, Ky. night and showed a big wallet of money, Stanford band, wagon witb four men in Mn.T. F.C'LAhk'a, the Danville plumbHon. K. T. Tylkii, who ran on the saying that ho got it very easily. Hagley it, buggy witb two, 70 white footmen, Byer, was hero yeaterday figuring on a democratic ticket at the last State elec- became much interested and insisted on Ranetown band, 2G Negro footmon and being let into the secrot ol getting lucre 10 on horseback, McKinney band and 0 number of jobs. lie lias juat completed tion for lieutenant governor, will speak a very satisfactory bath room outtit ior here (or the Indianapolis ticket county these hard times without effort. The fel or 10 stragglers. It waa awfully impos low said ho bad a partner over in Cin- ing, doncher know. Mr. II. 8. Withers. 9 court day in October. At 1:30 Boea D.ivison, who was in his Mng. Wm. AndkIibon, Misa Florence cinnati, who ustd to make money (or the A LiniiT (roet showed Itself Wednesbeing discharged was glory and impressed with hia own im- Engraving a Specialty. government, but Anderson and Dr. II. M. Grant, of LanPenny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. now making it for himself and selling it portance, introduced Mr. Douglas as the caster, took thetraiu here Wedtiendny for day, ami yesterday it mado things as white as a small snow. Not much at f 1,000 for $100. Hagley wbb anxiouB "most distinguished man that ever visitLouisville. Mies Lula Anderoon came tobacco is raised in this section and most to invest and the two went to the tjoeen ed our little town." He is rather of the .WE WILL. over with them. 8d.M)ay'h Cincinnati Koquirer con- of It is cut, so little d image resulted. City, whero be put up $300 in gold stand- "brownie" shape and ia as full ot fun as ard money with the fellow who was to you find 'em. In tact, had it not been tained a three column cut ol Mias Mary Warmer, (air (or him. He went to gat (or his amusing anecdotes there wouldn't McDowell, ol Danville, who is to marry Tub Somerset Paragon is authority (or get the "queer" H T. Lowndes, eou ol the governor ol the statement that Don. W. P. Campbell, it and is still gone. Hagley called the have been much speech. Ho started off police to his aid, but they could do noth by telling'What goo I a protective tariff Maryland, Oct. 2- -. a Kansas Ftate otllcial, and a brother of fellow went home to be would do and that under it the 1,000,000 Mu. E. W. Smith 1ms secured a posiMr. F. J. Ca.nphell, of Bock Castle ing and the old tion with the Columbus Contracting Co., Springe, Is coming to Kentucky to make come the laughing stock of his commu- men now out of work would bo given employment. The country would grow at North Borough, Mats., and left speeches for the republicans and will nity. prosperous as soon as McKinley wbb wo hope he likely come to Stanford, lor that place, where Of Goods at cost until the Fihk. A house in Macksvtlle belong- olected and inctead of the cry of hard will find a pleasant and n lucrative jo"b. by times tho people would sing "Glory ing to George W. Gentry and occupied Si'kakimi -- Hon. John B. Thompson, Mind Bulls Boot led Wednesday to waa burned at 7 o'clock Mr. Cleveland and tho demoOougresp, wilt speak at Mattie Lackey resume her position in the Deal and candidate lor yesterday morning. A 10 months old cratic party were responsible for all tbe Highland this afternoon at 1 o'clock and Dumb Institute at Danville. On the daughter of hers perished in the fijinee. hard times, whilo tho former was the Is disposed of. same train were -- S ol the unfortunate at Waynesburg at 7 tonight. Tomorrow, About an hour before she left her two father of tho present silver crazs. He Saturday, he, Hon. W, B. Smith, of Richfrom the Eastern counties. children, tho oldest a boy of three, and dolthe old AdjutahtGinkhal D. II. CoLLUKand mond, and Mr. I). W. Vandeveer, of this1 went to attend to her duties at Mr. Geo. sangthought song about the 63 cent lar, that free silver would ruin will speak at Hustouville at Mr. C. M. BouMon came over to the place, D. Wearen'a. They wero seen afterwards the country and that a vote (or Bryan speaking and paid us a pleasant vail. The o'clock r. xi Everybody invited. plaving with matches and it is supposed would help bring about a panic, tbe like general la vt ry enthusiastic ovi r republi Tub Siuger Sewing Machine Co. bni at that they Bt fire to tho building. The of which the world never saw. He can prospects mid is as certain ol victor) Itst decided to open a branch olllco'here. cnild was taken from the debris burned scored the democratic platform fore end as be is that his friend, the governor, Is Tho room next to Mies Liccie Beozlej's to a crisp and when the mother saw It aft and wound up his speech of 1 hours one ol thu greatest men In the world. All ot with a touching tribute to his father, It is a Fact that the Largest and Best Stock of millinery store will be used and Mr. J. her screams were Mn.8M W. MKHirultft Tuesday for W. Perrin will have charge. Ho has en- her furniture was consumed and besides about whom bo had been frequently Henderson to brinu a car load ol deaf gaged the services of Mien Nettie Wray the loss ot her child, her loss pecuniari- asked by admirers here. and dumb children to the institute at as book-k- i eper and stenographer. Very ly amounts to a good deal. An adjoinThe best ail vice Mr. Douglas gave his Wall Paper, Window Shades and Picture Frames are located at StanHo will then resume his pod. few machines will bo kept here, but all ing houeo also owned by Gentry and oc audience was to "Keep your Shirt on-Danville. cupied by Charlie. Ball and Sam Guest Tnero ia no sense In getting excited and ford, midway between Louisville and Knoxville. The thousands of lion there, but will be back In duo litre the money of the company from by both fire the fellows who get mad and call each people who have traded in this money-savinto make an active canvaps lor the nomi- counties will pass through this otlice. was damoged house will shout the nation for sheriff, and aaka bis frit mis to Thia is another promotion for Mr. Per- and water. As usual the fire company other fools and lifu usually convince tidings neai and far that this is the place to buy goods at par. did good work, and was on hand in a very the peoplu that both are right in their keep him in mind. rin. N. I) Milk, republican Hector, Col. short time after the alarm- By its efforts description of aeh other. VT. Tun State board nf valuation has com several other houses were saved. honored ns with a call while hero WedEoctor N D Miles epote next and followed in the same strain. He is a Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, nesday. Hu said that there were pre- pleted the tank of Using the taxable valrather forcible speaki r and ia well pottMA TTE11S. &c, Stanford, Ky. MA TIUMONIA cious few Ireo silver rrptipMcan; that Mc ue ol the IrnnchlPes of thuditlureut cored. The crowd wan worn out though porations of the Statu. The Adams Kinley would carry the Siaio by 10,000 James W. Hasty and Miss Dolih and bo wes not given tho attention he and that the gold democrats ol thn dis- Expreea Company catchts it lor $ 1,403,-04Griflln were married at George Delane'j probably deserved the Danville Gas Co., lor $22,472, Col. Hill looked like a fish out of water trict will votu (or Davison, whose majorHatrodsburg Water Co , lor $22,700, Do yesterday. on tho speakers' stand and he evidently ity may reach 1?,000. OPENING UP William Stilwell, Just 21, was mar felt as much out of plare as bn looked. Hon. Jambs D. Black, democratic Electric Light A Ice Co., $17,010, Richried at Buffalo, N. Y., to MrB. Susan Hennominee (or Congress in the 11th, was mond Witter Light Co., $10.GC0, SomSOMEWHAT LOCAL. derson, a widow of 60, with six children. hero Turmlay returning Irom Casey, erset Electric Light & Ice Co., $22,600, WaMr. Ross O. Adams, ol Now York An infant daughter of Mr. and Mrp, .where he has been making speeches and Do. Water Co , f 23,000, and Stanford Perauder Hiatt, of Rowland, died 'lues- City, and Misa Sarah Eugenia Tom A Ice Co.. $37,698. votes for the cause ho represents. He ter, Light were mariied at Danville Wednes- day. says tho free f ilver feeling la very strong -- P Q Hamilton 1)8b been appointed While ridlog In day. A Runaway Siibhifp. postmaster at Sloan's Valley, Pulaski in his district and that hundreds ol re- his corn field Yesterday. Sheriff T. D Callals Bey who recently married conn tv. publicans will voto for him and the. Na- Newiand's horse became frightened and A patent has been issued to David C. the widow ol P. T. Barnum, is dead and Black is n lino cam tional ticket. Mr. took out. The officer pulled on the reins another fellow will get a chance at the Pulhna and C. 8. Wyatt, of Garrard, for paigner and if he doesn't redeem the a mch aafe. with might and main but the bridlo rich woman. The Madison county grand Jury on 11th it wont be (or lack ol effort. broke and he was at tho mercy of the George S. Uorton who married Miss ly found 23 indictments. Four men Eye, we frightened animal. Ho held on (or a long Fbom the Bloomington, III., Maud Smith at Liberty, Mo., last spiing, were Bent to the penitentiary. learn that Misa Jennie Hughes, (ormerly time but scared almost out of his wits let U in jail for bigamy, with four women of Stanford, who has been with A. Livgo and was thrown to the ground with a claiming him as husband. ingston ASon, for a number ol yeais, in dull thud. Ho was not hurt much but la On the occasion of tho marriage ot charge ol their cloak department, has se- satisfied be knocked down at least five e the Princ6 of Naples and Princess Ai Executors of the citato of J. L. Dawson, deed., cured n rnoro lucrative position witb barrels of corn before ho struck the we win on ot Montenegro, an amnesty will be & Son, whero she will ground. Wolf, Grleshrim declared by virtue of which 200 socialisOct. 1st, 1896, bavo tho entiro charge of tho children's Sicily wiil be released Tub Caledonian Society has reorganiz tic agitators in suit department. The paper says Misa residence, sell at public outcry to the At bit late from prison. hlcheit bidder, HughfB is a cultured lady ol pleasing ed. The old members met in the ChrisMr. J. Robert Edmiston, ot the firm tian church Monday evoning and elected addresr, and the firm is to be congratuBros., ot Crab Orchard, was About Two Hundred Acres Messrs. E. II. Beazley, president, and ot Edmiston Come and see our new dress goods, blankets, gloves, lated on securing her services. Misa Eflle B the Jas. T. Menefee, secretary. They will married Tuesday to Of tine Hanging Fork land. This land is situated flannels, Hosiery, Clothing, .hoes, Hats and Caps, and daughter of Mr. T. Mack In a good community, 4 miles North of Stanford, have a private meeting three times a bandsomo fine CITY AND VICINITY. Danvile Holmes. Mr. Edmiston ia a splendid on the Staniord and mostly in pike. It is in a well grass, ami is state of cultivation, mouth and an open session at the courtand half For winter underwear go to Shanks' house once a month. The first public young man, boa just launched into a fenced. The dwelling Is a story necessary brick outwith frame ell. a good one. with profitable business and knowing that buildings, Convenient to school, only about zoo Taiilets and school supplies at Craig A meeting will be there Saturday evening, nothing would help him along eo much yards away, and a No. I Uurr Water Milladjom-inOct. 3d, when the program will consist of the land Hooker's. i'no Land will be efTered as a wholo and then in no time in taking a debate, some solos and "The Caledon- as a good wile he lost two parcels of about 100 Acres each and which Which we will tell you about later. Come to see us. Coal Vases,' Shovels and Coal Buckets ian Cyclono," edited by the "Hon." E. one unto himself. The bride is both ever way amounts to the most will be accepted, Possesiou for seeding purposes will be & Shanks'. protty and accomplished and is ono i afier the sale and entire possession (an. given day at Warren SEVERANCE & SON. C. Gaines, 1, 1897. Terms: the most popular society ladies iu tbe cash, to be The above1, will bethesold for one third paid Jan balauco in and 1897; Sbk us if you want a heating stove Goei'kl Glkanuk. Elsewhere in this East End. a years, equal installments. A bond with appiov-enigging & McKInney. hardly recover from be security, bearing interest frrm day of sale, must will be found an advertisement of issue Stanford people given by the purchaser. Lien retained on land L. L. DAWSON, latest Parisian novelties in gents' Rev. W. J. Hollzclaw's collection ot new tho surprise over one marriage, until for deferred aaymeats. Tub J. H. BRIGHT, and old by mnB, which are said to be very they experience another. For several " Executors. Bblrte and neck woar at Shanks'. o aunorior Mr. Holtzclaw 1b a native nf months Mr. John T. Stone, a As Administrator of Mrs. Mary A. Dawon deEyk8 scientifically tested free o this county. Not very many years ago, Mietouri farmer, has been sojourning in ceased, I will at th same time and place sell the following propeityt charge at Craig & Uocker'a Cash Store. ho was a poor wheelwright, but ho felt the land ot bis birth, but not many peoCow and Calf, Household and Kitchen FnrnU u ture, ricdsand jledding, Sheets, Ulankets, Pillow Lily burn-e- called to preach and went to the Southern ple knew that be was on matrimony Slips, Shams. &c, and other things too numerous Thk L, & N, pump house at Baptist Theological Seminary at Louis- bent. He was, however, as the sequel tomenttoa. Terms made known on day ol sale. Wednesday night. It is not known W. L. DAWSON, Atfmr. Is Receiving his- ville to fit himself. Sinco then ho has showp, for at noon last Tuesday, he was bow it caught. On the same day I will sell some of my person, made a big reputation aa a preacher and united in wedlock's holy bonds to Mrs. alty, co isisting of aoo shocks of Corn, a nice lot of Hogs, in stack, Sow and Pigs, rji Will Shanks' display ad. on tbis page has been singularly successful. Ho is Malinda M. Hayden, relict of tbe lato Leo Millet Hay Calves, t rockaway Horse, 7 fatharness t s a Cows and will attract attention and wo hope draw now located at Falrmount, W. Va the Hayden, Esq. Tho ceremony was per Mare, Buggy and Harness, Surrey and Harness. InrmaA at Mm. Kntn Mlllnr'fl hv TIav. It 1 1. horse wagon, nice lotot Poultry, Household bita patronage. Will's mameu now ana naatnr nf n thriving rhnrrh vhnu IU ond Kitchen Furniture. Terms mad known on All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call wishing hia bymna can address him. L. L. DAWSON. B. Mabony, Immediately after which dsyefsalo. ever in need ot a big trade. more than Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourhm. Look at outing cloths at Shanks'. mmmmimmMmMsMM r T Clothing, Clothing, Clothing. Suits, $250 to $16.50 Largest am fiest Line in Town. pa-M- de - o m re-uni- Watch Repairing -- THOMAS DALTON, - - a'-m- to-da- m m Gontinae Oof Sate ENTIRE STOCK W. yts-tvUi- ty Hal-lalujah- ." - H. WE A REN & CO. m IT IS A FACT. g heart-rendin- g. Furniture, Caskets, Coffins and Carpets,. " 20-od- - W. "WITSCEKS, I 0, II 1 io-so- n, ' mwm GOODS & i X m m ilSGVGRaWG $0IT$. Executors' Sale of Land He-len- Thursday) m g Hundreds of New Tfiinos 1 d well-to-d- H. G. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILORS -- d iran 1 I 1 v. tjl m ' . j.5f - t nftiitfftj ill ij,i I.TiTtf ipawwwf.ni)iiiiiiwiiijiix Hi ii tim iTitinn,MMmv.Tmttil ( fl'Effl-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNA. Cincinnati, where he soda car load of Published Evory Tuesday and Friday B'.ralght democratic party, arrived hero cattle and hous. He reports n very low AT last Sandiy, and epoke to the aeeembled market. B W. Givena has sold his corn hosts of democracy Here Monday. He on the on tho old farm at 7oc per barrel not so paid 83.6Q will be charged. devoted his entire speech to the money and his fodder Ht O2 per shock fed out to question. It was ABtraight, logical, ur cattle. T. 0. Iitnkln delivered 60 head 1,000 pound cattle to Love and Will LilTIME CARD. Kumentatlvo talk of two hours. He dealt ian! at 3e Ue gels (or his feed and grazK. C. LOCAL not in oratory or impassioned appeals to ing from Jan. 1, 1800. till now $500. Trainsleave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 foelings and predjudices, but directed his at itioo. m., and g:op. m. p. ra., returning entire address to man's highest elemeut SOME NEW IftlSH STORIES. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. reason. He thoroughly sifted the m- .- ti 37P m money question, taking it up from the Witty Trtlca Culled I'mtn n Itccrnt llook No. es, Train going North .. 313am on tho Kinvrnlil Ile. No, &. " of our government until the .....1 04 p m South ..... 1J 03 p m foundation enowing conclusively from Somo good stories nre told in tho jourMo. 11, preaont time, nals of Air. O'Neill Daunt, recently QUEEN & CRESCENT. the "eternal fitness of things." thai silver published under tho title, "A Lifo Spent is the natural tnoti9y of the masses, and In Ireland. " At one timo Air. Daunt Trust past Junction City a follows: was tho guest of Father Bnrke, iu whoso Mo. t Saath .....12 or p m No, a North ...34 p m that it should be roatored to the position .i.oo p m that it occupied froai tin misty dawn of parish 0110 of tho sanguinary titho aft '' ....n.09 a ro " 4 " " ......113? s " ...6 00 a m our governmental 10 . 8.3s p m creation until the frays occurred between tho parsons and tho Catholic people. Tho soldiers wvro Nos. 4 and 5 and o and 10 run 00 fur-- r crime of '73 was perpetrated on a trust Nora, than Junction City. All trains atop there. wC-Wh- ocrats that have gone off with the IndiLIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. anapolis ticket and the republicans as a The Hon. J. D. Brack, ol Knox rule stand Arm on their platform G. A. tiwinebroad has returned from county, the regular nominee of the O TWO COWS GO AMUCK A WICKED RED BOVINE AND A VERY BAD E'.rttNDLE. O AL 1 A T rp I I Barrels at $1 40. I have received a Fresh of Ssll and will sell Seven Uushel Isaac HamiUcn, Rowland, Ky. Car-Lo- ad SAM W. MENEFEE Is a Candidate loi Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action ot the democratic pa ty. sub- One Chneil n Womnn Up Stulrs In n Lonp Inland Town mid the Other Wrecked n Millinery Store In New Jersey Ilinr Coin ."Mado Tliemi.olviv, Notorious I tor l&iM andl'ldren to FOOR ilrlve, and surrey in good older. Also one suit and of bed room furniture M an Kinmerson Piano J. Collins, Hustonville. Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools Fort. Applr to Mrs of Lincoln County, subject to the action or the democratic party. SALE. GARLAND SINGLETON . ing, unwatchful, confiding people. Judge Black's speech was well received and the people were more than pinned. The manner in which he discussed the s)lf asserted momentuous question, which is agitating the country from the unclaimed pine bough sighing, melau-cholldrearied sand wastes of Maine to the silvery crested senlimented golden gates, from the protected bronzed monumental shores of the great lakes to the Btlvery rayed glittering sands of the gnlf and Southern famed Savannahs, where e the masses are united in the Btanda opinion that Wall Street as she behind her redeemer, Lombard street, has dictated to the yoemanry of our glorious country her financial policy long enough. The Hon. Mr. Black's election, of course depends upon whether Absolutely Puro.l both Mr. White and Mr. Oolson cantin-u- e A. cream of tartar baking powin the "field until the close ot day.' der. Highest of all in leavening He feels reasonably sure that if they strength. LatestUnited StatcsGov-ernmen- t "front about," nod ''fire" at each other Report. until the ballots are enumerated that they each "will be in balances weighed, and found wanting." New York. BYAl lip POWDER y, self-sam- eoyal baking;powder;co. 3331. WAYNESBUIiG. W. B. FESTErS", Mrs. Bright Ferrell is still very low, but is improving tdowlv. A few new cases of measles are reported. Mies Emily Gooch, cf KinpBvillo paid Miss ApRie Gooch a visit Saturday Miss Kate Blain and and Sunday. brother were the guests of Mr. Joseph Dentist, : Stanford, : K.y. Office on Lancaster Street, at Kosidence. DOC DRYB CARKOU. BAILEY. h 153. Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KV. Hones handled under Saddle and in Harness, roadsters and end prepared tor sale. Flrst-clss- s Good aaddlcrs bought and sold on commission. stables in the country. 8 ball mile tncic and best ' Proprietors . W. S. It' IP- -' BTTR.CK, Attorney at Law, Stanford, 1.1 r o . OSes on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attenuon. 83 - - Kentucky. r BARKER HOUSE, J, F. t BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. 'Remodeled and refurnlshod throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. 4 Prompt and polite service to guests. 'THE London. aired. RILEY - - HOUSE Kontucky. F. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, 1 have moved to my new Hotel and am betui prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached, and every convenience da n Give me a call. FRANK RILEY, A. G. I.anham John li. Cattleman. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. BSRBEE CaSTLEMES. MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. Pnelps Friday night. The republican speaking here Tuef- day was a very imposing alTair. At least IS or 20 persons attended. Three democrats were present and they say it was as near a failure as ould bo and not be a complete one, but they sent a lot of literature to all of thoir brethren who were not there. rrof Clifford, the blind man, gave a concert and magic lantern show here Tuepday night, which was largely attended, as indeed most all no account shows are. Lots of people will err out bard times and the Qrst show or excursion that comes along they will be the very first ones that go and spend money. A Bryan and Sewall Club waB organized here Saturday evening. The meeting was called to order ry Mr. E. B. Caldwell, Jr., who in a Bhort speech explained the object of the meeting. Mr. J. H. Caldwell was mado president and M. G Rsvnolds, secretary. Thirty-fiv- e names were enrolled and the president appointed a committee to secure members to tho club. The meeting then adjourned till next Saturday at 3 p. m., by which time we believe our membership will reach 100. We hopo the campaign committee will send us a speaker at that time, or often as possible, as Waynesburg is the farthest from Stanford and our people get to hear less speaking than any in the county. A large crowd attended the democratic speaking Saturday considering tho rainy weather, and some were disappointed over the absence of Mr. Robert Harding, but the crowd was entertained about 1J hours by Mr. M. F. North and Judge Varnon, who very ably discussed the silver and other questions. Any one who waB here Saturday could verv plainly see that the silver question is not so marly doad as the republicans would have us believe, but that as the cold winds of November approach the gold bugs are disappearing and ere the 3d of November shall roll around will t extinct. It was also noticeable that very few rads attended and we heard they were advlaed by their leaders to stay away. Democrats should treat their speakings the same way. benl-moa- called on to tiro on the populace, and soino persons woro killed. Soon after-wargovernFather Burko received ment circular inquiring tho number of his flock, for tho purpose of making up a census. Ho answered thnt no ho hnd not yot ascertained to what extent his people wcro thinned out on tho Inst shooting day ho could not furnish tho required information with accuracy. When the poor law was first introduced, n Dublin beggar womnn, whom n gentleman referred to tho poorhouse, said : "This poor lnw's a graud thing for tho sowls of tho giutleincn." "Why so?" "Bokniso now when wo axes for alms they only say go to tho poorhouse, but beforo there wns n poorhouso thoy used to say, 'Go to tho divill' " At a contested election in Galwny n landlord named Foster sold his whole Btock of votes for a good sum to each of tho candidates. Having pocketed tho money of both, ho culled tho voters together. Foster was too gonerous to keep nil tho traffic to himself. "Boys." ho exclaimed to his expectant serfs, "I don't enro n button who you voto for. I havo mado tho most I could of you. Go and sell your voto, every man of you, to tho best ndvnutago yon can." When Mr. Hemphill was canvassing Cashol, ho found that a party of electors known as "commoner;," numbering Fomo 1J) or 14, were notoriously corrupt and nhvnys Hold their votes to tho highest bidder. Their usual prico was 20 per vote. Hemphill requested tho priest to preach on tho sin of trafficking on tho franchise, and tho priest complied nud denounced corrupt trafficking in votes as a mortal sin. Tho next day Hemphill met 0110 of tho conunouorH, and nnxions to learn what effect tho sermon had produced on theso venal gentlemen ho asked tho man whether ho hnd been at mass on tho previous day. "I was, your honor." "Was not tho Formon on bribery excellent?" "It wns an elegant sermon, yonr d 11 Dwelling of Six Remi,gdalt necessary "Will it do good, do you think?" deiire to rent fer tbe year ity; two ad.lmsg outbuildings. On yam hydrant and one for wa "I think it will mako the election leilog slock, slii a spWndtd, never Ulliug wtIL larim tuoul iy; miles r.itt 01 Mbreiasu, in run very close, your honor." county, one cent ainmg im acres and the otn-- , For lutlher particulars apply 10 cr 160 acres. About Jj aeni en each larm to go In J AS. T II A LEV. "How so?" corn and about j acres In each to go In small 3 Mastoid, Ky. "Why, wo always got 20 for a voto grain, balance iu grass, lloth (arms well watered. Dwelling house ot 7 rooms 00 im sere tract and beforo wo knew it was a sin, bnt as his alto good tenant bouie. Dwelling houiti- of foul roverenco says wo'll bo damned for sellrooms on 100 acre tract. Good barns and i;eod NATIONAL BANK outbuildings on both. Thry will be rcnlei ing our votes wo can't for the fnturo toeethe-- . i(hr. OF STANFORD. KY. take less than 40. " . Ky. E5 J.M. When Lord Mnskcrry wns dying, tho parson in attendance romarked that lifo Capital Stock SHELBY & SHELBY, and its vanities would soon pass away Surplus and exhorted him to repent. THE PIPE OF PEACE. "Repent For what should I repent?" Attention of the public is invited to the far demanded tho old lord. "Why, I don't Ilmtllo Irullnn Trilir In Wisconsin Recihal this Is the only National Hank In StanfarJ Under the provisions of th National Ilaak oncile)! After Yrum of I'liuilly, remember that during my wholo lifo I by the City, - Kentucky. liock, butare secured not only liability capital over denied myself anything. " by the stockholders lor as At Ashland, Wis., tho other day tho amount equal to the stock, so that depositors el Sioux and Chippewns, two of tho most Turnouts, 1'iompt Attention, Vers this institution ar secured by a fund of $400,000. Correctly Stnlcil. powerful tribes of American Indians, Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage Is Tivt Sworn statements of thecoedilton of th bank ii 6m. sr mad each yearto the United States govern. "They say tho honeymoon is over who havo been iu bitter enmity for cen- rcsprctlully solicited. msnt and its assets at esamlned at tatd liraes'i when n man's wifo asks him for mon- turies past, smoked tho pie of ponce. ty government agents, thus securing addititoaa THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, no perfect safety to depositors. ey." The Chippewa Indians, G00 in all, headThis intUtutioa, originally established as th "Well, I shouldn't put it exactly that ed by Chief Oagigebituug, marched to Oapotit Hank of Stanlord In 1858, then ssd as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j and way." tho topers of tho Sioux without music the First National liank of igain "How would you put it?" Is Agintfor The or any demonstration whatever. They Stanlord in i&ti, hat had practically an uninterrupted existence of is years. Ills better supplied should sny that tho honeymoon is wcro met by Chiefs Flatiron, Itycky "I aow with lacibtics for traniaclingbutinsis prompt Co. ly and liberally than ever before In its long and overwhon a man forgets to ask his wifo Boar, Uloody Elk nud about 300 Sioux. New aonorablg career. Accounts of corporations, fiduhow much cash ho can havo tho pleas- Cplonel W. F. Cody represented tho And The ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic ure of giving her." Chicago Record. W. A. Alcrcor, Sioux nnd Lieutenant ted. Th Diiectorv ol this Hank is composed ol Aetna Accidont U. S. A., tho Chippewns. Tho Might Spirit. Forcstus Heid, Lincoln county; Company. Each of the chiofs carried whito flags Hams, Lincoln; of truce, nud all tho Indians wero in Ilrst and Most Favorable Terms cl Insurance S.T. II. Collier, Lincoln; J. full war paint and feathers nud spoko J. W. Ilaydin, Stanford; through interpreters. S. II. i)aughnian, Lincoln; n Sioux chiof, refused to tnko i : : J. S.Hocksr, Stanford; part because Chippewns killed his father W. A.Trlbble.Staulord; ucar M. D. Kimore, Stanford; in tho memorablo campaign of T. I'. Hill, Stanlord, tho spot whero thoy mot, on tho Drulo K. L. Tanner, McKiuney; Sioux girl and n HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. river. A M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, Ky Chippown boy plighted their Oflers his services o tho people ol West J. tS. Hocker, President; Coffins wns lull stock of troth as signifying that tho unity and Casey Counties, Joo. J. McRobcrts, Cashier; on hand. complete tho first betrothal between and Caskets always Manager. 03 A. A. IfcKinnsT, Aiit.Cashisr I), 8. Carpenter, Somo of tho tho two tribes over known. Indians wero moved to tears, nud thero was not tho least demonstration of war Co dnnco or old timo customs. 1 no-coin 1 i scpa-rtly- honor." Two common, ordinary milk cows have distinguished thoinselves-rccontly- . One was a red cow of Greonport, L. I., tho other n brindlo of P.t,'snic,.N. J. Ono chased a woman up stairs ;t,ho other ran into a dry goods shop, hut was stopped in her mad career by somo full bonnets, on which sho In'gan to browse, Georgo Baker and his wifo livn ov South streot iu Greonport. Baker was at work near his liouo tho other day and his thoughtful helpmate wns taking his lunch to him when she saw cow running down the raid toward her full tilt. This cow belongs to Aloritz ivaplin and wns quietly grazing, when eomo children tensed her. Thefriglitenedoow broke her tether, ran, jumped a low fenco ami was away down tho road, tho children nf tor her, yelling and throwing sticks and stones. Airs. Baker was alarmed when sho saw the cow, her hond lowered, bellowing. Airs. Bilker turned nnd ran townrd her houo. Tho cow pursued her. Airs. Baker sprung through tho gntv Tho cow still pursued her; tho children still pursued tho cow. Airs. Baker opened tho front door quicker than over iu her lifo beforo and jumped into tho house. Tho cow jumped in after her. Tho children grew frightened in thcir-turand ran nway. Airs. Baker, shrieking, ran up stairs, two at n time. Up stairs went tho cow awkwardly, with u seesaw, ungraceful motion. Airs. Bnker reached her bedroom nnd slnmmed tho door fast us tho cow brought np bang against it. Tho cow besieged Airs. Baker, who every now nnd thou opened tho door nud peeped out. Tho cow wus trying to eat tho red flowers that adorned tho carpet. Air. Baker wns informed of bis wife's unhappy ptvdicameut nnd armed f with a large club. Then ho raised tho siego. Tho descent of that cow was slow and laborious, but finally Air. Baker drovo her down htairs and into the road. The other cow, tho Pnssaio brindle, is owned by a milkipau uamrd Daufhnuor. A band was playing before tho hall where tho congressional convention met nt Passaic. Just ns a man led brindle by the band hroko out into "Comrados" boom boom I zoom zing! It wns a very vigorous baud, was earning its money and was too much for tho cow, who plainly has an ear for music. Sho broko nway from the man loading her nnd ran into Aloy-er- a A: Son's dry goods store on Alain street. The store doors wero closed, but the cow wmt right through them. Tho people iu tlifc storo fled, nnd tho cow, cavorting, broke n Fhowcase. After upsetting Mno goods tho cow made her way to tho millinery department of the store. Thoro was a dnck of a hat there trimmed with clover flowers, nnd the cow forgot tho band and was oating the clover when II. Aleytrs, II. Meyers' son, Danfhauer's mnii and n few others descended ou her. It took tliem half an hour to drivo her from tho storo, and it will cost Daufhnuor $25 to pay for tho damngo sho did. New York World. 11 n desiring Locust Posts for plank All person fence, post and ratline or who fence, cau find Is a candidate 'or Assessor of Lincoln county, what thvr want at my stole nrar Cedar Crrek, on subject 10 the actum ol the democratic party. the pike loading from Crab Uichsrd to Msnlord I alio keep always ou hand a good supply of plank for leucine. All kinds ot lumber (er building purAll persons poses, also boards and shingles any article ol this kind can call on me at Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, mv suite near Cedar Creek. subject o the action ol tbo democratic party. O. W. SINGLETON. June i6,'6. FRANK S. GREEN J. F. HOLDAIfX HI. Jlf Com Ono, Co mo All. And seo ol SAMUEL OWENS sub- the new Hats at Mis. Dudderar's Tern-pliiKaihton this week. New Legun. now l'ansmis, nil tho new Persian effects in Flowers and Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low Friers. Dress making done lu tr Utcit sttlt and on short Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County, M. D. DL'ODKRAH. notice. subject to the action of the deinuciatlc party MRS. KATK DUDPKKAK. Your support is earnestly solicited. is a canuiuat lor enrriu 01 uincoin uounty, ject to the action of the democratic party. EMMETT MeCORMACK M. F. ELKIN Is a candidal for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS semi-annu- In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., interest; no commission charged. Addiess Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. C.KO W.PAVV. Room 17, Kenton ltiiilding, subject to the actlou it the democratic any, ana Louisville, Ky. For blank application and fur raruistly asks your support. thcr Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, At1 torney, btantord, Ky. JOE T. EMI1RY C. G. RAKER MI court days at Stanlord or at my home in Chas. KaiHn, Tanner niUJ-i- rvUQ O. I will take all the hides I can get for cash or In trade lor leather on Utten-hln. Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democrabc party. Thinking the Southern end of the county Is entitled to a slice ol the pie hnntki your support. NOTICE ! WILLIAM MORELAND ." Having bought of J. W, Adams hi Coal Plant Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln. subject to and good will at Rowland, Ky .1 will continue the the actiunotthe democratic parly. H kindly Coal llusiocss at said place W. T. SAUNDF.RS asks your support will have charge of It as he is well known In that end oi the county. J. II. HICGINS. 44 fl mm, I will from now ou RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A store-hous- Stanlord Factory,! Ice regularly every morning. Price deilvtr to 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. All bills must bi nth. Residence House In Stanlord, with on same lot, lor sale. The 1st coolsins be eauiy divided, putting store, lious and residence on separate lots. At reasonable price and en cssy terms. Apply to I N. SAUNUEKS.atantorJ, Ky. Jjlf god , acre, and cac e Any smonnt betwnen 10 and too lbs at kclo positively be paid the tint ol rscb K HKKMIK. him-sol- J. T, JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. TO THE 1 INDIES I cities with everything that Sole proprietor Dran's 'Hack Diamond Koof Is new and prettr in the Millinery line, a visit Paint. to my store will convince yMi Ihst this stock Is Metal KiuwaUs luraishea for painting Wu.O, and lioa Roots. SatltlactMn uaianteed. tho nioit complete. All rouls painted with Dean' lllack Diamond Kleganl lin Linens and Kmlitoidcry Material. n Faint guatantcid foi'years. Dealirsin be.t M1SSI.ICCIK IlfcAZLaA'. 1'ump and Galwnwed Iron Fillers, Oalvatt-UStanford, Ky Roonng of all kinds, and lllack Itoa si tt t'is-ter- am back (root the Dauf-haner'- A. S. PKICE, Surgeon Dentist, 2ST03SL I I SOIT, IN COAL, I)pt, ........ Cern ami Hay taken Come and see ui. rat-a-ta- tl DEALERS 13-- Stanford, Iy. P-r- Niar Rallioad Cruising, Fait of STANFORD, KY. Z0 Store in the Owsley Ofhceover McKobcrts' Ilulldiog. Good, Clean, Chosp lo eschaRgc. Two farms For Rent. FOB SAXiE. Acres oi Land, For eiato. Deniable Suburban Heme, Containing Has on 11 a good, Ten FIRST CAKTUK.HR-.Morclaud- 3100,000 I Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction First-Clas- 23,700 s M. W. JOSITSOIT York Lilc Ins. M Insurance Wounded-iu-tho-Kne- e, J. T. 18-1- SXTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, Lin-co- la Two Farms For Sale. Farmers BanMTrast local agent, Stanford, - - - Kentucky. 3Jtf W. A. TRIBBKE, Portland San Francisco. ..To the., WOBTMWEST iKiii a r yi)tOUISVIUrHtWAtBAMTCHICAca"RT( Only. Dining Car Route From XaOmsirxxxTE TO CHICAGO. FloT.nl Pullman Veitibuled Sleepers oi Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address C11011 tho Largest Gun Ever Mnmma (to George, who is escorting Work Sirs. Wm. Hubble has been on tho his sister to a party) Now, mind you Cunt In Aiiicrlni. sick list some days. keep an oyo on Minnie, The Wutorvliot arsenal, nenr Albany, George Oh or well you know, has begun work preliminary to tho castBro. Drawer will preach at Bright'a echool house next Saturday and Sunday inothor, it doesn't do for a fellow to bo ing of tho largest gun in tho United nlwnys watching his sister. Other chaps Stntos. It is to bo of 10 inch bore. Tho nights. United States hns built two of tho dou't liko it, you know. Punch. land Mike Rogers bought larger caliber for tin coast defenses, Alexander for 500 and is of Mrs. Tilford Wenr mill Tear. but they wero old fashioucd smoothbuillingon it. "The essential difference botwecn bores, nnd not to bo compared to tho For,nfnrmt.o,.applytojiNiSAUNnKRS( Mrs. W. L. Lipscomb, of Missouri, man and woman," said tho cheerful now gnn in size, weight or anything exStanford, Ky, 10 is visiting father and mother. Ed Minor idiot, "is one of wear and tonr. " 20 inch guns, cept caliber. They aro two J. W. Haughman. "Eh?" suid tho new boarder. is bet'.c r at this writing. ono of which is mounted at Fort Ham- M.S. IlAUCIIMiN. "iTcs. Man spends his money fool- ilton and ono of which lies mounted ou of Lancaster, closed Elder Gowan, on wear." tho ordnance dock at Governors island. his meeting at Pleasant Hill school house ishly on n tear and woman Iudinuapolis Journal. Tkeso guns were not startling successes. Sunday night with 25 confessions. rnoraiKTom The 0110 at Fort Hamilton has been Circulars have been sent through A Lifo Saver. timo its refired a few times, nnd each SAUE this community asking the farmers to Puffy Just saved a man's lifo. its Itc-Kuan-tcro- HUBBLE. SHOOTS SIXTEEN MILES. Farm No. 1 contain S91 acres In Washington county, Ky., the greater part of which Is in grass; well watered; with good improvements, including now metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop. This farm is situated 111 what is pronounced the best district in Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfoitable residence bouse. Farm No. a contains 300 acres In same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best improved far its in the .county. Iloth farms are In fine state of prcseivatlon, well watered ond fenced. Close to R. It. depot, schools, market and ou a line turnpike. ll nowfutly'orgsnlicd and OF STANFORD, KV., ready lor business wile Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 0,000. H.S.&J.W.Baughman, nKANKJ.REID.j C. P. Agent, t Chicago. or'. 1 1 f l, (. LoulsvlUe Be sure to call for Mooon Route. 8r(er. aVlfc St Paul. bring their mule colts to Lancaster court Monday. A few moro frcsta like Tuesday night brought us will ripen rabbita and no doubt revive some matrimonial contracts in these ends of the earth. From the amount of oratory that has been disbul out herd one might suppose that p )lit!cs is mixed up; bat such is not the caie. We have only about two bolt coil has raised tho very dickens with Guffy How wns that? carriage. Tho now gun will bo ueurly Puffy Alet a fellow on tho Htreot. 50 feet long. Now York Tribuue. Said he'd blow my brains out if I didn't givo him my watch. Gnvo him tho The Cot of Gns. watch. Dotroit Free Press. Richmond recently made n report of its experiment iu the way of municipal lie Wouldn't Ilet. gasworks. It is claimed that tho citiFirst Politician (sarcastically) zens have been supplied with gas nt 25 "Would you bet on n horso for a place if per cent lesthan is paid ia Now York. bnt two horses wero running? The actual cost of mauufaoture was 70 Second Ditto Not unless both their cents ncr 1.000 feet. Jives wero insured. Truth, LIVERY, FEED & STABLE, - Kentucky. Stanford, 11 first-class SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL IJANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same aisets and undt the same management. l)y provisions of Its chatter, depositor are at fully protected a ate depositors in Natiosal Hanks, iu shareholders being held individually uaolc to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th tinount invested in such shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at sn individual. To those who entrusted their buislncss to nt while mnaginK the Lincoln National Dank 31 Stanlord, wo we here tetdcrour many thanks anl trust they will continue to transact their busmest with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt ansr--, tion to same, our iwcuty year" experience ta banking audas liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-ilito- ot I n'MCTOH: Williams, ML Vernon; S. II. Shanks, ctoiford; J.S. Owslty, Stanford; J. S.J, Kmbrj, Stanford; J.B.Owsley, Stanford ''" you need livery give us a call. Nothing oat turnouts will leave our stable. See us or rates. .In our J. F Car, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W.',Carpenter,.MIlledKovill, BLAOKsklTH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. flrsl-cla- work and s Tiy our torso sboer. S, H. Shanks, President, Dx. J. Owsley, CasaLr, llifactory W M. Uight,THer. W''lCuniwms,:r,chers ill,, a 5,y.AV. a. Ait (., A- - . vQW-s- t o h. .w$Jii&u:3i,j. u 1 - -- .