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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896100201 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. " yr &. " emi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER LANCASTER, OARRARD COUNTY. CHURCH CHIMES. MT. SALEM. 2.-1896. vol. xxv. VALVE OF 'SILVER A domocrat hero ofJWa to het 5 to 1 millc Incrcaxd by Litiuatinn. Post makes that Bryan will carry Illinois, which will A writer In tho Louisville i inuuro hie election. tbeso good: j At Pleasant Hill school home Tuee- The advocates of the freo and unllml- like day night a Uryan and Sewall Club was ted coinage of silver matntnin thnt, oold. it not on v nossesses valno lor cer- - organized, consisting 01 nuont 00 mom talh usefl Independent of its uso as a bera. Hon. Letcher Owsley wbh made money metal, but also that, like gold, its president nnd it promisee to be one of value would bo greatly enhanced if It tho most enthusiastic clubs in the coun' NO. 62 THE STAFFORD FEMALE COLXEGE, President. The republicans of this and the E'd. J. G. Llvinaston will preach at WILLIAM SHELTON, Crab Orchard Saturday night, Sunday Kidd's Store neighborhood have organAll specialists. Thoroujh courses in Litm. Orek, French, English. Studcntnas. Ttach-ized n McKinley and Hobnt club, which Mathematics, Natural and 7.Moral SciencM, Music, Art and Elocution. Situsted In the famous Jlme and Sunday night. refine'nent healthlulnes of elimaw, besutjr ot Evangelist Omer held a mooting at holds weekly meetings nt a colored Grass section ot iCentackr; di"iRuished for 7. Heforsdecidin? where you will scsnerjr, daughters sec t your of society. KaIISMilonuvn8eptoraber school-housCatalOgU' Mdrcn, The few white radicals of next year, be sure to write for Our NOW tho Lawroncehurg Christian church that Siinford. Ky. MRS. NANNIB S. SA.U?ljE5f, ,tf these parts are much more consistent resulted 32 additions. than the average of their political com 'I0y;if0;oiXO-",-J-",S'-Tho 35,000 church memhors of of nearly plexion in that they more largely waive an estimated income V tt Km i0.000.0no. They el veil out of flOO to racial prejudices than the individuals UN unlimited try. who recive social recognition by other .: X missions. were admitted to freo and Hon. J. (J. 8. Blackburn will sponk whites of respectability. Tho white and Vf Rev. A. V.8izjmore will fill his pulcolnago at our mints with gold. Tho law .' pit here Sunday aud will leave next day colored members o( that club meet and of freo coinage creates demand, and de- hero Saturday, Oct. 10. Wo are expectJ ing a brge erovd mid ask that all par- for Kirksvillo whore he will hold a two mingle on cordial social footing, not only mand Increases valuo. 8 in their club room but in the banquet Window Glass, Paints and Oils Cheaper than ever sold If Congress should enact a law again ties coma out and kIvh him a fair and wuuks' meeting. x our mints imparti-colored members on "fhtlbul" If this in done those hiring. Please eay, D. V,, I will preach at halla of the admitting silver to coinage at before. , a! without limit at tho ratio of 10 to 1, that who contemplate bolting will nturn to McOormacks chnrch next Sunday, sub. occasions At tbo meeting ol last week "11 o create ft demand for the the foi I after seeing the follv of arroga- jeel: "Cnapterand Verse for our Mis- our republican neighbor, Mr Jas. Thomact would at onco total supply, and at the same time fix the ting to themselves the right to dictate to sionary nnd Christian Endeavor Societies as, who teaches a white school on Frye's Creek In Casey, and Mr. Henry Taylon Organs, Ac." W. L. Williams. price at which tho total supply would ho tho majority. -(- 5. B.SwInebroad and J. E. RobinThe Christian church foreign mis- the Bcbool superintendent of Casey, who coined into legal tender money. son, two promising young attomeyr, sion receipts for the Guaranteed the Best. Now is the time to buy. Tho difficulty with both the voir ending Septem procured a raiso of salary by the county ai laws was that they from Lincoln county, who havn cast their her 9 wero j0t),33S.00. It is hoped that court to $000 per year, wero the star and Sherman speakers of (ho occasion, followed by o 100,000 will Da received before the Naprovided for only limited coinage, thus lot with us, have filed a sensational dam Messrs. Henry Williams and Tank Yow-elleaving tho balance of the product on tho ago suit, against Wm. F. Henry, for 10, tional convention meets at Springfield. a brace of the colored membership-ThRov. A. V. 8izmore'a labors were market to bo oold as a commodity. The 000, for committing au assault on Miss colored member is urged that now supply of silver nnd gold is limited by Nora Stewart, a girl 14 years of ago, on greatly htessod at his Mt. Tabor meetnature, henco their valuo and use as July 25. lie was tried, for tho offense, at ing, which closod Tuesday night with 44 of all times is the time for voting the rethe lost term of the circuit court and, al- additions and tbo church and communi- publican ticket early and often as the M inonoy metals. legislation does materially Influ- though he ws acquitted, the proceed- ty generally were benefited. Largo crowds dawn of Negro ascendency begins with That tho election o! McKinley, as it is ence the valuo of both gold and silver on ings, for damages, will be watched with attended each service. determination to fill all apaccount of their use as money Is shown Interest Elder John I, Rogers, of Bourbon, Hon. J. Mort Rothwell has returned who recently preached at the Christian pointments with Negroea and convert by the rapid advance in the value of silact from a canvassing tour through South- church here, died Monday of sciatic dys- tho white voters into servants of the nover bullion whon tho .DEALERS IN. was pawed in 1878. Again, when tho western Kentucky and Missouri. He entery. Ho spent his long life in his ble black brother who will be certain of United Slates Senate pamd a free coinage mado a number of speeches and elves a Master's causa, having been a preacher getting the 40 acres and mute, which Pcu"i.Tvfcs, X bill in 1890 silver bullion rose in value in favorab'c report for the democratic tick- 55 yeara. He was thrice marriod, hia wero promised him 30 years ago. Moro over the managers of the Froedmen'a a few days from 01 cents per ounce to et. I mean ot course the Chicago nomi- last wife surviving. Painters' Supplies aud Druggists Sundries. c sigounce both In the United nees, since all tho democracy in the NaBink will be brought back from Canada Some Presbyterian figures are $1.20 per k States and Kuropo. This was within 0 tion took part in that convention. Mr. nificant. In 20 years their membership Hnd made to hand over the money they cents per ounce of Its former value un- Kothwell was a speaker at Brodhead has grown 110 per cent.; their adult bap- stole from the colored depositor and der free coinage, or within 0 cents of the Wednesday and will fill a number of ap- tism havo increased 130 per cent., while stockholder. All the broken promises of the past "parity," about which wa of late years pointments in this district between this infant baptisms have increased hut 73 T k Give us a call and be convinced. ore to be squared up and the gold so much, and which has al- time and tho election. per cent, for the entire 20 years. This have heard A special from this p'ace to the Cin- seems to indicate that the infant rite is standard dollar of 200 rents is the one ready wined bond Isaes to the extent of cinnati Tillies makes many misstate- rather on tho b ickground even with the the colored brother can always collect S'JO'J.OOO.OOO. But again In 1S03 when tho Indian ments in regard to the situation in this Presbytians, and they have heretofore for his work, whilst the 60 cent dollar is tho only nno ho will havo to pay out. It mints were closed to tho free coinage of 0ugrotj'jional district. It is not known been tho stauncheet defenders of it. ha transpired that the secret societies to silver it fell almost as much within r that tho boltocratn will rutin man for Baptist Recorder. as It roeo ou tho occasion noted Congress, nor is it true that Mr. ThompIn n latter ti the Christian Guide, which the Negroes have been admitted day P. To contend, as tho gold advocates do, son will be defeated. The name uncial EUlur W. R. Lloyd speaks iu the highest embrace nn obligation to "stand togeth la to dis says that Hon. S. A. Douglas spoke to praise of the Stanford church, which he er, "to vole together," to uo ai their that law has no ellect on value pute history. The act of 17U2 not ouly 800 people here on ttie 23 J, whon by act- believes proposes to be one of th lead- - hosees order, and the Bacrednees of that created tho mint, but established tho ual count thrra wreonly 135. It alao ing lights of Kentucky and the brother path receives unusual stress in all aj- sllverdollar, and by law made it contain says bn spoke to 2,500 people in Stan- hood. He makes kindly reference to peals the white brother makes. OrdiWe have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Lowest 371 J grains pure silver. This dollar was ford, which must hare been tho largest Ilev. V. K. Ellis, "who has many true narily tho colored voter doesn't expect will be sold. made by law tho unit of value, and of the crowd tlmtever convened there at a pub- friends iu the church and community, cordial recognition by the white voter, Prices they money of account. Gold was not made lic speaking. and not an enemy that I kuo w of. I si w except just before tho elections, and then This county is being thoroughly can- many happy results of his labor. Mr. a very confidential tip is given that Boes a dollar, but '7 gruins wero made the value of n dollar, and legal tender at that vassed by the two old line parties and Ellis succeeded our lamented John Ball Davison or other distinguished leaders valuation, tho same ns silver. Tho act the boltosrats. Monday speakers wero Gibson, whose name calls up praise and will Blip out after dark and address a seof March 3 1S40, created the gold dollar plentiful and while each partv claims loving teara when mentioned among tho lect crowd after which the corncob stopand the double eagle. Tho one wa to that its man got the best of it, we are people of Stanford. He and his wife per will be removed from a jug of good bo of the value of a dollar and tho other tutisfled with tho true and unadultera- have many monumunta of tholr patient whisky aud all invited to join the white of20. This law did not make a gold ted doctrine so ably advocated by Hon. labor pointed out by tho members to the voters in u bumper of renewed pledges of dollar, but It did make u gold piece of John B. Thompson, the next representa- sympathetic visitor. Tho church now the colored voters to bo at their voting tho value of ft dollar. Tho law of 1791! tive in Congress from this district. He numbers over 1500 members, and hoe places early, and promises of pie to the mado 8711 grains of pure Mlver a dollar, has made (our sppecnes in tho county handsomo property well located, (the Negro which the cook has never yet ad V thereby creating a demand for tho total this weok, and considering the inclem- latter not very common among us), and vanced beyond a list of the good things supply at the coinage ratio of 10 to 1. ent weather, he has been greeted by has wealth, culture and enterprise. J. which will enter into the dish when cookcrowds. Atone appointment T. Sharrard is now their preacher. He ed. That you can fool all the Negroea all EST With double Scotch Soles, ""a laws of 1702 and 1S40 also establishThe ft five prominent republicans told him that is a fine general, an energstic worker, an the time with broken promiBealis as true ed additional valuo to gold by making as a generation ago. While the stipulated number of grains of It tho val- they would support him and tho demo- excolleut preacher, aud vory amiable. ue of a dollar, measured by 371 1 grains of cratic nominees for president. It is safe Tho people have faith in him, and think white bosses tell tho Negro that ho is a pure silver, and opened our mints to tho to say that Palmer and Buckner will not he and his uentle wife are treasures, and free man to thiuk and vote ns he pleases poll 100 votes in this county and that they are." they shrowdly put a ring in his nose and tottl supply of gold. lead him to do their bidding by having Agalu, if the law has no effect on val- tho democrats will gain as many votes On all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, half single MA TRIMONIAL MATTERS. him swear away his freedom in tho secret ue, why did Congress on February 0, Irora the republican ranks as they loso Scotch Soles. move1703, pass a law making foreign coins a by the McKinley Aid Society Samuel Troup, aged 74, and Mis. societies. After adjournment of last ment. money of thlscountrj? Why was this Anu Harper, 72. wero married at New meeting of the club the visiting while a SSTGents' Furnishing Goods, &c. An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress if It did not affect the value were entertained at Btipper at a colored Goods. law effective Yours for Bargains, Cumberland, W. Va. l.IRERTY. CASEY COUNTY. of tho foreign money that was coined at of member's, where the elite of colored soIt is reported that the Prince M. K. Humphrey came In from Alt. a dlflerent ratio from ours? Further, tho Wales' nuuibrried daughter will enter a ciety ladies were present to receive and Adact of February 1, 1708, not ouly extend-e- Olive agutu Momlriy. SheritT W. C. convent us tho result of disappointment entertain. of forelgh coins as money ams aud Jailer T. J. Hell are attending over her failure to wed. tho legality OUR STOCK OF SOMEWHAT LOCAL. for three yearn longHr, hut changed some the Adair circuit court. Hon. Georgo K. K. L.Martin, aged 20, and Mirs Berduugh-to- r of tholr valuations, thereby adding to Stono returned from Lebanon via StanCofloy, the pretty tha Charles E. Bowman, Jr., formerly of of Mosea Coffey, will be married at Danville, died at St. Louis. their legal teuder value. The act of June ford late Sunday evening; he had been to legal businose, but 25. 1S31, made tho silver dollar of Mexi- the former place on the bride's home near Turnersville toA mule kicked a peddler named Brazil and Central America persistently refusos to ha interviewed in day. co, Pern, Georgo Goldman to death at Somerset. lawful money of tho Unltod States, and relation to tho latter, but us all political The knowing ones say that a voun g The Richmond Steam Laundry plant and to close them out entirelyr we offer the they went to par with our money. Did aspirations havo loft him, it ia moro than man of the Hubble section will take un- that cost $4,000 has been sold for $l,S0O. Is for the most part sold residue law in these cases have no effect upon probable, yea, we are led to believe by to himself a wife on tho 15th in the perThomas Gibson, a 'Madison county tho mysterious, coyed sbynees of hia son of one of Stanford's girls, whoso value? farmer, fell from a horso and was In 1873 the trade dollar was created, manners, that there ia n little delicato voice ia aa sweet as the amilo that ever fatally injured. of feminine iovelinesa and anon plays on her pretty face. but although it contained "i gralus moro roprescntativo James R. Downs, formerly of Dandraws him, ailver than our legal tender dollar of that Tho matrimonial career of Abraham ville, died in Washington county, Miss. Col. lien Loo Hardin, of Hurrods-burYou can buy winter stock from us at wholesale prices. 412J grains, it was worth only 00 cents. Rhmes, of Fulton Ind., ia believed, in and Judge V. Iloreiug, of London, tbo point of number ol wives, to be with He wa&A step eon of Col. John Cowan. Why? Because the law did not make it Judge J. M. Posey, stamp deputy to alegaltonder. Yet gold advocates say furnished the boys some fun here Mon- out parallel iu the United States. Rhimes the internal rovenue collector, Bold S0,- day. They wero both in good condition is 75 years of ago, has been divorced 11 that tho law will not affect value. 097.13 worth of tax paid whisky stamps United 8tatea supreme court and wero the lVat to hold a joint discus- times aud has just married his 12th wife. during the month of Soptembor. The Comthinks that value can be legislated Into sion here on tho political issues for ma- He has paid out in alimony ovor $30,000. pared with September, 1S94, it Bhows an Tho Paria Kentuckiau saya that increase of more than $ 1,000. --bullion. In 1871 It la said In the famous ny years Thoy held their audience for Knox va. Lee. xxx.: "It seems i nours. rue juuge s argument was Stato Treaaurer Long, who married Miss Tho contract has been let for tbo old stock that ia kept in car of Metal Roofing. Addams at Cynthiana Wodnesday, was a now Commercial Hotel, at this place. to have been loft to Congress to deter- some tho loada by all republican oratora and as it five children. His four The building will be a beauty, with towwhat shall bo colnod, its purwidower with mine alike was distributed freoly with bold and daughters, two about grown, were presity anu how its statutory valuo aa money reckless assertions, wrapped iu the cant ent at the marriage. There is no great ers on each corner, water power elevaton Bhall correspond from tlmo to tlmo with water works, electric lights, electric bell of his circumscribed wit, it waa loudly disparity in ages of tho groom nnd bride. system, telephone and ether modern con tho market valuo of tho samo metal as Hpplauded by tho committee on ap" Mr. aud Mrs. A. S. Robertson, Jr., of veniences, having bath rooms in connecShingles, Etc. bullion." Another man of straw conM g orator from celebrated their crystal wed- tion with each suite of rooms. Harrods-burby gold advocates Is tho plause. The Danville, stantly set up took first honors in the debate ding on tho 28th tilt, by giving a recep. C. theory of "Intrinsic value," Col. Joeiah Sayings. and wasso advantageous to democracy as tlon at which delightful refreshments Patterson, of TennesBoe, detlnea intrinsic to gain them many votea. He took up tho wero served. The Advocate says that Savannah, Ga., sutlered a terrific valuo in gold aa follows: "Standard money question nnd thoroughly sifted the happy pair wero tho recipient of cyclone Tuesday. It came from the substance, aud tho money coined out of a it, tmo ning that every public man of any many handsome presents in crystal, cut Woat Indies, traveled at the rate of 00 purchasing power of the monoy when prominonce in our government bad been hours. At Rlass, etc., which had been sent by nu- milea an hour and lasted 2 coined la exactly equal to the commer- at eome timo during his life a silver man, merous frieuda as souvenirs of the oc- least 10 poople wero killed and a million cial value of the substance." BYregardlecs ol political btliofs or party dollars' worth of property destroyed. casion. straight-forwarfealties. His speech was n V, C. Whllnoy, formerly secretary Nearly avery house iu tho city wbb moro Wnrrv nrfift dead and hundreds of exhaustive, unanswerable, logical of tho Navy, waa married Tuesday to or lesa damaged. At Brunawick aud worth ol property thousands ol dollars' argument, capitalized by his bounding, Mrs.EdilhS. Randolph. The wedding other points tho storm web also very sein ruins represent tho work ol the hur sparkling wit and punctuated by the took placo at Bar Harbor. Mrs. Ran- vere. It extended up the Atlantic and Florida Tuesday. It struck ricane in moit anecdotes Imagina- dolph's late nusband was a captain in at Alexandria, Va., killed four men and the State at Cedar Keys, and, tho dis- ble. leaving many tbo Fifteenth Husaara, commonly call- damaged property greatly there, in patches say, awept It nwny, Muldoon &Co., Louisville, aro built' ed the "Quean'a Own." She was Washington, Philadelphia and many Twenty or moro towna dead and dying. And Funeral Director. little but wreckage wua log n $400,000 mausoleum for the son of originally Misa Edith 8. May, and is the other places. were visited, and of the roof and fltg staff on tho Part John W. Mackey, of California, to bo mother of two children, tho oldest 13 left behind. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, wrecke6the placed in Greenwood Cometery, New years old. Mr. Whitney's wife wa3 a White House waa blown off by the storm : Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. An explosion of amonia York. daughter of the late United States Sena- which raged along the Atlantic coaat, "c:2a" Square, Stanford, Ky. Schmidt brewery cold storage plant and Room opposite Court-Hous- e causing destruction in its wake. ThB gold reserve Is now $122,312,690. tor Henry B. Payne, of Ohio. injured eight persons, in Indtana'polir. e. '.y Prm-loi- Louis-villeha- ve ;;. l, SSi WINDOW QtyVSS READY MIXED FAINTS I W. B. MoBOBEETS. 4 Bland-Allis- on 1 l, e y:!l:;x: 3ruqs, GT-usmic- als, tt.x y's CRAIG & HOOKER, OtAs, Bland-Allis- on t ii -- It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. i J Jf Vhi larles Wh der E muni, Smith & Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and Uaii, to-da- y Drew Selby & Co.s' Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, CHARLES WHEELER d SUMMER GOODS AT 1L1BBB per-hi- pa THAN - CCD To g, I W. P. TATE; - Stanford ,,.n Doors, Sash and Blinds, Tm Q1 mX soul-firin- liar-rodsbu- rg g M0L A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. UNDERTAKING -- d, JT. C. SRTCXiARTf side-splitti- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer .,.4 . J f ..v. i The republican committee of tbe 7th The Cincinnati Enquirer fays thtt "some of the McKinley excursions have Oongresaional district met at Frankfort $e u price pur bead put on them as a bluff. to consider Mr, Denny's case. Mr, Den to the com Tho campaisn fund pays for it all." Tbo y made several Stanford, Ky., - Oct. 2, 1896 efforts of tbo republican managers to mittee, urging that a republican conventuako it appear tbat tbero is a great pop tion bo called, but the committee decided ular uprising for McKinlev by Bending not to call a convent ion It is now beW. P. WALTON. delegations from all parts of tho country lieved that Denny will try to got his to Canton to be addressed by him is re- nuuo under the log cabin by petition. intepjokJomne Kor Peident and nt BRYAN AND SEWALL For JuJije or the Court or Appealt JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Or New Castle. For Congress, acting. For awhile ail of tbo peoplo were fooled by the echenie, but it overreached itself and now it does not even deceive Borne of tbe people. It is too patent an attempt to make it appear that while Bryan has to go to tho voters, the voters go of their own accord to McKinlev, tbat tho wayfaring man thoucn a fool is no longer deceived theredy. Han-ii- a pulls the string and his puppets and tbe railroads do tho rest. Mk. 0. O Williams, of Mt. Vernon, who was hero Tuesday, tells us that our old friend, James Maret, who bEB a natural bent for newspaper work, has bought out the Eagle and will bring it outto-dnyfBryan and Sewall. We welcome Marot to the fold again and Two years ago, Gov. McCreary carried hope for him a long, useful and prosperthis diBtrictbv 1,350, tbe vote standing ous career in journalism. 13,505 for him, 12,155 for Dr. Robert?, Evbhy few dava the newB comes that 322 for the populist and 759 for the procandidates. Last year Bradley convicts have scaled tbe walls of tho hibition carried the district by 1,100 or so, and penitentiary and escaped. With the small this has given tbe republicans great hope army of guards there, a number of whom of carrying the Sth again. But it is are stationed on tbe walls, the suspicion not likely that the people will act tbe growB tbat either there is gross careless fool twice in such rapid succession, and ness or a collusiou on the part of those we have an abiding faith tbat when they put there to prevent escapes. come to weigh the merits of the two canPOLITIC A L POINTS. didates for Congress they will never conrepublican, whoso chief stock sent for a Gov. Bradley will speak at Corbin in trade is his superabundance of gall this afternoon. and his sole claim to public notice bis It is claimed that Bryan will carry illimitable cheek, to rattle around in tbe Kancas by 50,000. Beat so ably and bo satisfactorily filled by Bob Ingersoll baa consented to make Hon. James B. McOreary. The silver' f ur speeches in Illinois for McKinloy. democrats have now a chance to display Allen O. Myers, of Ohio, will speak their boasted strength and it behooves at Lancaster, Oct. 8 and at HarrodBburg them to be up and doing, if they wonld same day. elect John B. Thompson to CongreeB Sixth district democrats indorsed The rads are working when honester men the Chicago platform and nominated are sleeping and leaving nothing undone, Berry for Congress. dishonorable or otherwise, to carry their George Madden was nominated for point, while their candidate with cat- the Senate in Louisville to succeed tbe like tread sneakB hero and tbere in his lato Senator Wiessenger. mysterious manner and prosecutes his Senator Blackburn is billed to speak still hunt canvass. It is useless to con- at Mt. Vernon, October, 9, London 10 ceal tbe fact that such methods, though and at Corbin same day. disreptable. often Bucceedand the demoSome Yankee genius has got up a crats should bend every nerve to put reversible gold and Bilver campaign butdown the seal of condemnation on it as ton a gcod thing lor the man "on the heavily as possible. The Sth district fence." must not bo diecraced by electing a re In a fight over politics at Otterville, Tjublican to Congreea and Bbe will not if Mo., Thomas Saunders, a gold advocate, demociatB will do their duty like true sbotaud instantly killed John Dalson, a men. Bryan supporter. Bryan will be in Kenturky again toGov. O'Fabrall, of Virginia, after get day and speak along tbe line of the C. & et ting all that be could possibly out of tbe democratic party, turned O. Great preparations aro being made hls'back on it and joined the boltocrats. for bim at Vsnceburg. Stilsou Hutcbins, of Washington, He is censured everywhere, and one Bryan club, that at Alexandria, has has bought tbe Richmond State and piBsed resolutions "censuring him for made a Bryan piper out of it. It has hiaapcstaBy, condemning him for his been on both sides of the fence. Benjamin Harrison refuses to enduplicity and indicting him for betraying What makes bis people thuse over McKinley's speeches and it bis party." more out of patience with him is tbat may be noticed that Tom Reed isn't during his terinBin Congress ho alwaya working bimcclf into a fever. Philadelvoted for Bilver and up till recently ex- phia Item. The Now York democraticState pressed himself for it. nominated Wilbur F. Porter, of Tim Louisville TiiueB and .tbo PoBt, Wfitertown, to bead the ticket in place now par nobile fratrum, exclaim with of John Boyd Thatcher, who declined one accord that Carlisle bIjbII in no case the nomination. We admire George Denny's spunk, divido time with Senator Blackburn, as he shall not run tho democratic committee haB requested. Tbe party leaders That settles it. What these two McKin- for Congress, but must sin d nsido for ley assistants pay goes. But we should Billy Breckinridge and we not blame think tbev nor their causo would Bufl'er, him for kicking. Chairman Sommers, of tbo democrat if Mr. Carlisle's tongue has not loat its cunning. He used to be able to tell ic campaign committee, has received rewhat he wanted to say very cogently turns from a partial poll of the State, and and convincingly. But perhaps it was from them he figures out a majority of 30,000 for Bryan. because Joelwesn't after him The democratic State central comTnK Hon. David Grant Colson waB mittee has written Secretary Carlisle billed to Hpeak at Millstone in Lotcher asking a division of time for Senator county. He came, he saw, but he didn't Blackburn when tbe secretary comes to orate. Causo why? There waa only one Kentucky to make his fourspeeches. other man besides the newspaper reportThe Philadelphia Savings Fund So er present and tbe Hon. David didn't ciety has contributed $25,000 to tho re care to waste his breath on them As a publican campaign fund, in order as tbe the Yellow Creek statesman president says, to prevent the 35,482 dehold. He ought seems to have lost his positors from being robbed by the 51 to get John D. White to go around with cant dollars. him to draw the crowds. Senator Lindsay when asked if he Medical circles in Lexington are would agree to a division of time, said: Bbockcd because Dr. F. O. Young is al- "Most emphatically no. I will not to divide time with any populist," leged to have given a quack doctor a tesof his wonderful cure of tbe meaning Bryan democrats. These words timonial rheumatism performed by tbe quack in will return to baunt bim before many question. The doctor saya he didn't do dajB. The Nationals Boltocratic committee it, but tbe reporter swears ho beard bim do it and there you are. The question of is considering the advisability of sending veracity has not yet been decided, and it Gens. Palmer and Buckner on a tour appears now that it can only be done vi through the Northwest by special train. Better let tbe old fellows stay at borne. etarmis. They are getting too aged to run around Tub republican papers are appealing bo much. to their allies, tbe.National Boltocrata. At Russellville, Dr. Hunter refused not to throw away their votes on Palmer to divide time with John Rhea, bis demand Buckner but vote straight for Mc- ocratic opponent, for Congress, which Kinley and there are many evidences shows bow smart the o statesthat they will liston to the Byren voico of man is. He would no more be in it in a the charmer. Palmer and Buckner wont debate with John Rhea than Davison gat 10.000 votes In Kentucky, while Bry would be with Thompson. an will get a majority over them and Mc George Nell has been nominated by Kinley combined. tbe republicans in the lGth Senatorial On bis return from tho East, Gov. district, to succeed bis father. The conBuckner said exultingly to a newspaper vention was held at Jamestown and it reporter that the defeat of Bryan is al- took 91 ballots to reach tho result. The ready assured. But there are a groat other candidates were Morrison, of Rusmany things the flattered old fellow sell, and John Shearer, of Wayne. Judge Jo Bertram, of Monticello, doesn't realize, especially since bis head baa been nominated for Congress by the has been turuod by tbe fulsome praises democrats of the 11th. of those who are using him as a decoy Judge Bertram will undoubtedly be tbe for McKinley. next Congressman from tbe 11th, providMr, feowall saya the silver sentiment ed the republicans, ailver democrats, is growing stronger every day in the populists and prohibitionists fail (0 vote in November. Glasgow Times, ElBt. or Mercer. JOHN B. THOMPSON, SIX PAGES. or ex-pj- com-mltte- o spell-bind- er con-Be- nt gum-sho- single-barrell- ed Gov. Worthington pardoned Rev. J. W. Combs, of Perry county, sentenced to prison for alleged perjury, and who went to Frankfjrt alone and unguarded to serve his sentence. At Peoria, III., in a fit of insanity, MisflJennio King, agnl 37 years, killed her brother's daughter, Grace King, Trade and sailors' rights is what many people contend for, but there nearly four months old, by pounding it is a diversity of opinion on all subjects Except that at our store you W. P. Thome, n Carroll man, was on the head with a rock. A woman has been cornered. At can buy everything in the Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hoot and made temporary chairman of tho SevCongressional convention the Essex county, N. J., W. O. Ts U. Shoe line much cheaper than elsewhere. A enth dlsttrict ' at Frankfort and South Trim bio another convention Mrs. Mary Holmes proudly Carroll man, was made per ins nan t chair-ma- boasted that she bad refused to marry Leaving off fractions the first bal- Mr. Holmes until he gave up smoking. lot tt suited: Bronstou 05, Settle 50, Car- "Did ho begin again after the marriagbV" rol 17. Seventeen ballots wtra taken waa BHked. "I decline to answer," re without result and tho convention ad- plied Mrs. Holmes. journed till yesterday. The resolutions ADDITIONALLOCAL. affirm and most heartily indorse tho Dollar will purchase almost a cart load of goods from us, as many platform of tho rccont Chicago convenMk. J. C. McClahy has just gotten in people will testify. A tion, aa a correct, candid and thorough u hunrsi to bo used for NegrooH, which is enunciation of principles held, by our tbe handsomest in this station. people, and fully approve of tho nominaSi'iT. Davidson notifies school super tion of William J. Bryan, of Nebraska, t j and Arthur E Sewall, of Maln, as tho inteudentB that ho can pay oiilV SO per candidates for president and vice presi- cent, of the amount duo touchers Octo ber 1. dent. A writer in the Louisville Post shows The 01 cattle sold by Hon. John S, that the declaration of tho Chicago plat- Owsley, Sr., recently to Moulio Fox at Dollar will do the same thing and wc invite you to call and make an form against National bank notes issue is 4 were weighed this week and averaged inspection of our immense stock, when you will find thatwc keep in full conformity with democratic utter- 1,500. They were as floe a lot aa' ever ances on tbe aubject, tlo party Btandlng left the county. on its previoua National platforms For Heavy. A jury at Danville awarded National banks, 0; against National banks, 5 declarations; for gold and silver Mrs John Shumaker fl5,000 damages and coin paper 4 express declarations; against the L. & N. for the killing of her for gold alone, 0. In the platform of husband, who was a brakemnn, some 1S52 this laUguapo was used: . "Congress time bro near New Hope. The compa-- n Goods of every description and in endless variety. An early call is took an appeal. has no power to charter a National bank; respectfully and urgently elicited. wo believe such an institution ono of Mh. John Stago, who was hit on tho Look at the following prices: 10-- 4 Hlankcts, white And gray, 75c. deadly hostility to the beat interest of tl e head with a base ball bat at Harrodsburg to our republican inLadies' Shaker Flannel 25c. Double width Dress Goods country, dangerous has never been we ka ago stitutions and to tbe liberties of the peo six Vests 15c. Men's heavy Mcrcna Shirts 25c. Good, heavy working lina moment since and still ple, and calculated to place the businrfB couBcious 1 Bed Comforts 50c. Ladies' gers in almost a dying condition. Ho Is Shirts 25c. Ladies' Wool Hose 50 of the country within tha control of a I lats 50c. Lact Curtains 50c a pair. hero and is a Knight of Shoes 9SC Ladies walking concentrate money power, and above the well known Towels 46x25 in. 15c. Good bath Towels 10c pair. Men's Fringe Pythias. laws and will oi the people." In 1S5G Suits S3. 50 to $25. Children's Suits 75c to $5. This is the way the It is said that Mr. L. F. Hubble will prices run thro ph the entire stock. Come look for yourself and be the 6amo language was used, and in 1S00 not only vote for McKinley but mako convinced we arc selling goods cheaper than any house in Stanford. platform of 1850 was the speeches fpr him. A debate between MORE NEWS NOTES. himandMort Rothwell would bo rich formerly a and wo hope it will bo arrangod. Tho Hon. Thomas I. Hsye, Opera House here is at their disposal member of tbe legislature, died at wt.en they agree on terms. A: UR13ANSKY & CO., Proprietor, TheW.T. Pyne Mill and Supply FaibTo-hay- . On account of tho rain T. D. RANEY, Manager. Company, of Louisville, mado an atsign-menTuesday tbo Brodhead fair was postponBranch Stores: Fire at Evansvillo destroyed a big ed till Wednesday an J will continue over Same rates, half ftre, on tbo livery stable and burned 10 horses to railroad will continue aud everybody Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, death. wrecked In the lake ought tago and patronizo the young men A barge W3s Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, near Milwaukee and four men weie who have worked so hard to make It a and Franklort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. drowned. success. a noCapt. A. H. Shirley, formerly Tula section got the tail end of tho Atted hotel keeper at Louisville, died at lantic storm and a galo prevailed all day Glasgow. days of rln. In Pike county Anal Newsome shot Wednesday, after Beveral ' October, usually the most charming and fatally wounded his cousin, a man Bccauso month in the year, opened beautifully named Dokee. of the raging Wo Do Not In an egg eBting contest in New and bright, giving no sign recently created to If) man got away with 03 and the iempetts that had select some few articles and York, ono much desolation and death. if with 6(3. low we sell them, don't think other j tell how In Logan county Harvey Allison th?t our goods arc high priced. g A large crowd attended the Dawson stabbed William Draper to death at a sale yesterday but bidding was slow and Our competitors know that, quality political meeting. considered, wc sell goods cheaper than was the rule throughout. poor prices Burulara at Wllmerding, Pa., chloro The farm of 200 acres was taken down at others that's what bothers them; but formed the guesta of a hotel and secured 131. Corn sold at 75c in tho field, fodder w it's your advantage. 110,000 In money and jewelry. ' and all. Our store was designed and arranged $ from one Twenty-Beve- n to do business with small expense, yet county promise to vote tbe republican N'KW AilVKR'lDifJlr.NTs i it is the most commodious and carries ticket if restored to citizenship. If! j Pknnv's Drug Stokk. largest stock. Rav. Eiwood O. tiiler, the noted Quaker preacher, died at Kokomo, Intl.. after a 10 days' Bpell of hiccoughs. Tom Dunn, of West Market, O., fell r ld Stceri, 1,000 to i.ioo lbt. Sixty nd down a flight of stairs while walking in average. net 40 nice yearlings, average 7S ' . told sM sooner, they If tilt. Monday, Oct 12, county will be day. t court his sleep aud waa instantly killed. KINNAIIt!) A OWSLEY, Receivers. Louisville is experietcing a virtuous cpasm and all houBte of prostitution are being indicted by the grand jury. tx Near Reading, Pa., two men were Mi. Milllneiv killed undBeverHl Beriously injured by Tk.l.,.., ih,... In Collnnrl t Winter Kill virifll 4TJ r.T a l fM.rl now lin - 1. u h iji aim toecollupse of a furnace during a storm. tv ate Invited ..! i. in and tf the latett- ilylet ee tocall to 011 There waa frost in Northern Missis Miss Jaiboo has arrived and It ready to wait will a ? and aa many new n There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER indices sippi Tuesaay and Southern Arkansas her old customer MIsS LICCIK IIEALk.Y. come. Manloru, ivy. and injury to the cotton crop is reported. V. :v Tl-irt- s'ZLSTez-r- t Wanumaker has bought the : John ,2 buBiuesaof tho suspended firm of HilIn our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. ton, Hughes & Co. at New York for $2, Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call ' 000,000. At F.ipcutor of Hiram M. Johnson. I will tell at once and get pick of the stock. Ky., on The 200 bands employed at Lock No. on the premises near 7. nn th Kentucky river have been dis x Oct. 14, charged because of the unavailability of The KARMof tbe appropriation. The Lookout Mountain improve3Lja,:n.d. ment Company, owners of Lookout Inn Farm, which Knnwn ai the and Lookout Mountain, bavefilod a well improved, old Wvatt Sandldeewell lenced. Al-is .WE WILL. well waterad and assignment. deed of to about 70 Acres wett ol above, i interest lc about T1 plant at Amea-bur- y, with privilege ot whole about Acres .YoreH on A great woolen-mil- l in Jnnction 3 White Oak Creek, also Mass., which baa been idle for City, Ky., known as the Dave II row n land. Alto 3 lirooa Aiares in loai ut jac, itm.i w Bomo time, has resumed operations elnce Fillle by Chetter Dare, Eat,! "'" and Gilt Edge, a work Mules, 8 yearling Mulct, 6 ol them Bryan went to that section. Mares, a extra weanlings, maret, a lot ol fa Steers, Peter Hiues, of Sandwich, 111., Bhot Hogs, Sows and Pies, 15a yearling Hay andsevetal Kye, lot of Milk Cowtand killed Peter Ferguson and fatally Farming Implements, Household and Kitchen and wounded his own wife when he return- Furniture.or T.imi'-Fnertanaltr. 1 10 and under cash: over that amount, three months' credit, with in ed home and fonnd them alone. terett Irom day of tale. Uo real ettate, Of Goods at cost until the Wm. Alexander ia wanted at cash, balance in ia months with 6 per cent, inter est. Lien retained. giving his 3 year-ol- d this State, for I. b. IE vis, rixecuior. T. D. English, Auctioneer. son morphine to stop bim from crying. The little fellow will cry no more. Charles Danfortb, of Raven wood, 111., Is disposed of. dreamed that his bouse was afire and leaped from a third Btory window. He Inorder to settle the estate of the late Amanda died in a few hours of hia injuries. T. Crow, will on ThomaB Wilkinson, aged 80, was 1896, married at Elvira, O., to Mrs. Susan AnSell the undivided interest oi the heirs of Mrt. marderson, 84. Tbe groom had been Msggie McAfee in the dower of the aforesaid Amanda T, Crow, which contains ried three times and the bride four. Thb town of Altata, Mex., is said to Twonty-FIv- o Land Acres DliALKRS In- have disappeared aa the reault of a hurWith all tho improvements. At the same time wholOther towns were almost all ricane. and place I will tell the remainderot the farm, ly destroyed. Tho loss of life was great. ol which containt bullet fired at a negro 103 JVCRICS OIT 3TINK X.AJNX3, A Chattanooga struck bim in As fjood at any in Lincoln county. The farm burglar at Knob Ky., of the head and was flattened without in- lies 34 miles west on Stantord,side of on tho Hani?. the the East Lick mke and and juring the man seriously. Shoot him in ing Fork. It adjoins the lands of the late James Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of A. Harris and Isaac Jones. The above place is the heel next time. in a high state of cultivation. Has a six room Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Corbett dwelling and necessary outbuildings. Fronts on The proposed fight between tha nlkn and ia in one of the beat of neiebborhoodc. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. sale and Sharkey has been declared off, ow-i- The on will be made on the farm at to o'clock, a. m., the above date. to the Inability of the Ban Francisco Tsaus. Mtde known on day oi sale. For further patticulars call on or address. syndicate to arrange matteia satisfactori CUAS. L. CROW, Ex'or, McKinney, Ky. ly to tbe principals. Free u. Silver Grold Standard to-da- y, I2c. Bard-wel- l. THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. t. to-da- 0 2002XiI0I"i 3iXe23S&3(Si0iA03 ( 0 1 ! ! j - T ( mm m mum. m hu. nU-eStan-lord- &S35Xi353I3 i'HvfiT(t)0'S)05(iiii NEW MILLINERY. mm w.. FOR C ASH I m V"a I Sale of Land, Stock,&c. Mllle-'KCvil- lc, For tlxe XDa,3rs Wednesday, '96, "70 jfcres :jsmwiMmmmm W. E. PERKINS, CrabOrchard. i 2 Calv-it- , Continue Our Sale ENTIRE STOCK W. Ser-ge- ono-tnir- a nt, PUBLIC SALE. 1 H. WEAR EN & CO. Saturday, Oct. xotli, of FARRIS & HARDIN, -- Groceries, Hardware, 'Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. nc 60-t- d Prices to Suit The Times. -- 1 4 .V 4MI-WEEKL- Y INTERiORJObKNAl SOKttOW AND DISGUST At tho National Ropublloan Hoad-quartor- FINDING HIS PLACE. s. PRINCE BISMARCK. Ttte Ifcmilnto Had 11cIim-- 1 Stanford, Ky., Oct. 2, 1896 It W. P. WALTON. TIIEY SA Y. Tlio Kitroooi London Financial Neiwa Article la Authentic and tlio Clinrnpton KeiHibllcati C'MruNiltrn Lto la NalloU to tit Wall. find Silver National Democratic Ucmlquartcrfi, Chicago, Sept. 24, 1S00. HBV. T. f. TtirKKO. Tho champion republican campaign Ik) thoughtful reader will be retdy to siy lias been nulled to thu wall, nnd there in Zrttj therein! much truth u poetry in the following sorrow and dfogut at the republican 11V from our reverend Irlend: licadquarters, Wu there ever saying ta all thli world, From the dwn till the pretest day, o frequently used So erusl and '' As thli common t ipreiiUn, "1 hey )t It hli fallow man. And change Into night hit day, He loadi to the munlr hit bluncer-buAnd shots from behind ' 1 hey aiy " told or a a.ander li out, I f a falsehood Vou can search for It where you may; You'll run It abound and areund Ilk a lo, And ''hole" It at lait In "They lay." I met with a preacher a ahort lime since, An excellent man, by the way, Uut whene'er I'd mention a brother In prane He'd beirairch him with what "They aay " II a man warm to ruio u 1 The preacher replied with a wag of hit head, He'a tery poor paetcr. "They aay.,' And what do you think of young Bro. C.t ItYs aa blight and aunny ai Ma;. O, yea, he rep! ed.he'a a very nice man, Rut he can't prteh a bit, "They ay. And what do you think cf young brother Tl.T You'll hear Irora that boy aome day. lle'ia promising boy, the preacher replieJ, Hut he's taVlng the big head "They aay." I heard a good sermon not long to, I tald from our good brother A ; sn. And what do you ay rf good, brother D., That great revivalist, eh r la he not doing a wonderful work? Yea, bulbil convert don't itick,'"They aay.' With a tad, tad heart and a torrowful mind, t turned and walled away, And thought what worthle it crcaturet wc are According to what "They lay " There It not a liar that walki the earth Either br u'K1 or 'y d7i So utterly void of honor or teme Aithlacoardly liar,"Tbey ny." So man hat yet rca:hed the mount ol lame, Or walked tn honar't high way, Hut who hat been hounded at tstty itep lly tblt consummate liar, "They tay " Mf God pity the man of stnsilivc micd. And pity all, we pray. m Who havn't th grit and grace to ensure The thrutta ol thlt Har, They ssv." rk, llrother. preii en tn your great life Through obttaclee cut ytur way, Fight bravely the tiatllet ct life's great ftil J, Never caring far what "They sy.'And now mv good fiicndt. s piece ( advice, Learn a luaon from "Old l)r g Tray," And alwaya avoid with wrupulws cre Thli deceptive liar. 'They say." tr'iom Southern Mcthodtit. llilltboro, Ky ThcM who bflitvo chronic diarrhoea to be thouM read what Mr IV V. Graham, Gear Millt, La.. haiU lay on the tubject, ui "' have been a tulterer front chionlc diarrhoea wcr e nee the war and have tried all Modi of medicine far it At latt I lound a remedy that elfccted a cure and thai wat Chambirliin't Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hxmedv." Thlt medicine can alwaya be depended upon for colic, cholera morbut dysentery and diarrhoea. It It ptcaiant to tale and never falls to effect a cure sj and socenl tiiet far aale by Craig Si Hoc ker, Druggists ncu-ablm e The couit ol appeals reverted the decision of tho Taylor circuit court fining the L. & N. for failuru to provide a separate coach for n Negro on the grounds that it whs a chartered train and those in ebnrd M'lould have provided it. A few weeki ago the editor wat taken with a cold that cautcd him to be tn a moat mitera-bl- e condition, It wsv undoubtedly a bad caie of la g'ippe and MCOxmrmg It at dangeroui, he took Immediate ttepi to bring about a speedy cure Krora the advcrtltement ot Chambeilain'i Cough Remedy and the many coo J reco amendatltna therein, we concluded to make a fint trial ol the medicine. To aay thatitwai tatltfactory lit multata putting it very mildly indeed. It in acted like magic and the reeult waa a tpecdy and permanent cure. We have no heaitam y in tia excellent Covgh Remedy to any one afflicted with a cough or cold In any form the Dinner ol Liberty. Llbcrtjtown, Maryland r, The 15 and joe tliea for tile by Craig & Hock-cDruggists ra Group Quickly Curod ' Mountain Glenn, Ark. Our children were suffering with croup when we rcciWtd a bottle of Chamberlain' Colics Remedy. It afforded almcat instant relief. K. A. Thornton. Thia celebrated remedy ia far tale by Craig A-- (locker, Drugguts m Hero ia a gem from Gov. Hradley'a speech at "Tho Lnijoou:" "Thny tell ua thnt all the banks are for gold. That is true. They also say that the hankers oppose Dryan; thnt is true also, I want to say thnt all those who are for Bryan may not he bankrupts, but all the bankrupts am for him. I do not say that all tbo people who favor his election are anarchists, but I do nay that all the anarchists aro for film." When any part oi the body itn't doing the work that nature intended It todo.it putt the whole ayttemoutof harmony Sickneti in one part of the body li likely to run into all parti of the body, when children itand a row of brick on end, they knock the whole row down by uptetting one prick. That it exactly what happena when Conitl-natiothe boweli tail to perform theirfunctiou. makea trouble all along the line putt the liver out of older, ii bad for the kidneyi bad for the itomach. It holdi in the body polionoua matter, and becauie It can not K any place clto it gtti in the blood, The blood carina it all over the system, That makea sluggishness, lassitude, bad breath and foul taite tn mouth, fills the itomach with gat and cauiea windy belching--, itopa diges-tlo- n In the itomach, cauaoi aour itomick, heartburn and headache. You can avoid all tuch troubPleasant Felleti cure consti-patio- n le, for Dr. Fierce' and its attendant cvila. Seidji cents in one cent itampt to Dr. K Y, Fierce lluffalo, N Y for hit "Medical Adviaer." It ii a book of 100S paget, profuiely illustrated. n HI As the outcome of a practical joke, one man killed another at New Orleans and then committed suicide. OldPooplo. Old people who require medicine to regulate the boweli and kidneyi will find the true remedy in Electric Uitteri. Thlt medicine doea not slim-luate drugltore, and giving tone to tne organs, thereby aiding nature in the performance of the functions. Elec-tri- o Hitters It an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it jutt exactly what they need. Price jnc per bottle at W. U. McRobcrta' cant, but acti aa a tonic and an alterative. It acti only on tho itomache and boweli, adding strength and contains n) whisky nor other intoxi- The "supes" at Canton who are doing duty one day aa members of the Grand Army, tho next aa railroad clubs, the next as traveling salesmen, Ac, aro worked loo bard. Too many chaogrs of bill, Enquirer. "Vex wor iududo. Oi had ty look twoico ty re'lizo thotthomou thnt stopped along M) loively nn nisy ty tho music wor mo own husbaud thot wnni't ublo ty walk arouu tho corner ty tho "Friedrichsruhe, Aug. 24, 1SDC Hongrocery liwht noight Ixcnusonv tho ored Sir Your esteemed favor has " Washington Star. been duly received. I hold that this is tho very hour that would lie advisable Wlint, He Would Hay. to bring nbout between the nntions 3- - r. "What would you say to a good, n In the world's comsteady job of work?" naked tho kind chiefly engaged agreement In favor of merce a mutual woman. The What would I say to n job of work?' the establishment of bimetallism. United States nre freer by far in their repented Perry Patettic. "Mi6sus, it C- ' 3 u any nation of Europe, P would bo Impossible for mo to repeat to movements than people of the I'uited nnd hence, if tho 9 ' c n lady what I would say to it." CinStates should find It compatible with cinnati Euquirur. their interests to tnke independent aci S s i tr n tion in tho direction of bimetallism, I Tho Gfiirrnl llt'llrf. W O g S ." H S 5 Philadelphia M.iss Tho Btreets in cannot but believe that such action KI I, in era Philadelphia run at right angles, you would exert a most salutary influence 0 the consummation of international know. cr g. n New York Mister I beg your pardon. Ion "IUSMATwCK." Signed era n I didn't know anything ran in Phila hi If tills is not suflicient to splko the 3 ft delphia. Now l ork Sun. fol- guns of the goldbug combine, the lowing cnblegram sent to William J. I p in n A HohWiii Joke. j 'Please, ma, l don't want nuy oi Bryan, signed by Count Alexander f iKarolyl, president of the Hungarian tlrowi cultured peaches." 14 other "Cultured peaches, Johuuy? What chamber of agriculture, and - w ofllcers and delegates of the Internacan you menu by that?" "The ones with specs on 'em. " Bos tional agricultural congress, In session nt the capital of Hungnry, nnd attended ton Transcript. THE HERD OF by delegates from every country In And Ho Wouldn't Do That. Europe and America, certainly Is: "Budn-PestSept. 20. The 'follow"Hubly, what in tho denco did you by letting that noto I indorsed for ing cable message signed by the deleMjr Breeder I were teloctcd from tnp bxet herdt menu of several different gates to tho international agricultural of tbit lamcut breed lot serine In of you go to protest?" ot pigs Staict. A splendid ditloreat ages wna no other way congress, called nt Buda Pcsth by the for sale, lired sows a specialty. Satisfaction "Why, miui, thero ha.s guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address uuloss I paid tho thing. "Detroit Hungarian minister of agriculture, IX. BRONAVGH, been sent to William Jennings Bryan, Freo Preps. Crab Orchard, Kjr headquarters of the democratic party, Tho Stumper Stumped. Chicago: "We, tho undersigned members of tlio Politicus My son, you must learn to d say "No." national agricultural congress, wish you success Sou But papa, you iiovor say "No. " at Buda-PcstYou sny, "I'll consider tho matter. " in your struggle against the dominaThli Is tho best market nnd ours is tho best houso to ship to. Wo make liberal advances on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses in having tion of the creditor class, which, during Truth. many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top prico nnd pay spot cash ; not lu tho lnst 23 years, has secured both In trade. No traveling agents. Snip all your wool aud form produce direct to Maklup It Clear. America and in Europe monetary legis HERNDON-CARTE- R "Papa, why do they call longungotho lation destructive of the prosperity of LOUISVIIiliE, KY. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, 'mother touguo?' " Should you your farmers nnd others. "Booauso tho father so soldoin gets a be victorious in November we pledge chauco to ubo It " Chicago Record. ourselves to spare no effort to bring im- mediato pressure upon our respectlve An Autumn Joy. govcrnmentfl to cooperate with the govTho zephyr whlrki tho fttllliii; leaf, ernment of your great nntion in restorTho iKjltttolmiH rnimi a row, TIhto'b tiiuitio In tho rusot shoaf ing silver to the world's currency. Wo And la tho applo bended bough. believe that, falling such restoration, And la our bosom deep bomoliow gold will bo nt a premium throughout Thuro flows a tendor, awect rcfroln mittee: nil Asia nnd South America, and will Aa dainty as lovo's golden vow 13: 'ThoFlnnnclnlNcwR.Londonug-Tho Huinmur girl's in town uealn. contlnuo to rob the fnrmer equally In We have received numerous letters from J America and nil Europe of the rewards Ko moro bt.ldo tho ocean roof American corresjiondents containing Will bliss hor yearning soul endow, from his toil, and that your election of superbly appointed Whllo making tho "ongngcmvnt" brief what purports to lo editorials from tho may avert from the European source reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icChatta-noogA nny law could well allow. Financial News, nnd which hnvo been ngrnrlnn ond social troubles now through trains. Diy Coaehcs nnd Sleeping Cars through to Harrinian, No moro nbo'll sketch tho ieacofal cow the Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, vnrlous western papers ns reprluted in pending. Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Upon tho dulny dotted plain 'campaign literature.' One Omaha pa8lgncd Whllo sitting on tbo runty plow and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot hpnngs Tho Numuior girl's in town again, "COUNT ALEXANDER KAROI.YI. per prints nn article stating it is 'from "President of tho Hungarian chamber of aud Ashevillc; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe tho London Financial News of March hor tho autumn has no grief, For commerxe, and 14 other delegates and and Shrcveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Ios Angeles anu No such article wos ever printed 10. Tho light of spring Is on her brow; a 'k& ofllcers." San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, jrij Her visions, liko hor handkerchief, by us, nnd Its whole tenor is directly This is not the voice of the money Aro whiter than tho snow, wo trow. opposed io tho view.we havo taken of kings of London, Paris, Frankfort, Ber- via xsew urieans or via oarevepun. v4?fc Sha dreams of drifting in tho scow J (cvjg. ' the effect of free silver in tho United lin or Vienna. It Is the voice of milShort Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Whllo o'er tho pavement on a chain So far from advocnting freo States. Eho lends hor burnished lions of sons of tori In Europe, downTbo summer glrl'M in town again. .1 Vtit silver coinage, we hnvo persistently trodden like their brothers in America. v.ars iexillgion to inuiuuuii. .uic, raiiur uuu wujui"- pointed out that It spells repudiation Bismarck hears the voice nnd echoes it. tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and EXVOI. nnd the withdrawal of all European capTho autumn gilds tho inottied sow They arc looking for the free men of Chattanooga. That with tho bean will shortly reign. America to strike the first blow for libital." And joy dwells In each bosom now Now rend what tho London bankers Chas.W.Zoll, W. O. Rlnearson, erty, nnd it will be followed by victory The suznmor girl's in town again. O.J'. J.. Cinclnviti, 0. We. Pau'r Agt., Cincinnati 0. thlnlc nbout the free coinage of silver. in tho old world. -I- I. K. Munkittrlck in Now York Journal. Tho famous London Financial Saw a All of the Ilea thnt cun bo luveutcd nnd cireulnted by tho republican hired men will bo of no nvall. To the Bin of lying the repuir-llca- n numngvrs hau added thatof fory- cry, but the icoplo uns not to be de ceived. The bliind'ring retnibllenn miuiurH arc deeply torry that they eer ut tcmptel to iihsnll the utitheiitieity of the i'lnanelul Nt'WH urtlele, an uxaot reproduction of which iipin'urs on this page, lly their attipldlty they hnvo attracted genera! attention to a most duiiiuging document for tho Hanna cauM.'. This piece, of Idiotic maiuige-mcis on u par with thu Mexlcun dollar flafceo, nnd the act now being icrforined by rtvllrond comptuilea nnd tho confederated trunts und ay mil catca. Here U a brief ldstory of tlw now London Financial Nevs nrtlclo Thia publication is tlio lending Ihuwiolnl authority In Uio money center of Uw) world. In 1504, at n time when Wllllnm McKlnJey, Seiuttor IJon Cameron, John Thurkton and all tho lending republlo- nna In the country were working for tho free coinage of silver, the Xxjndon banker, the Itothhchilda, 04id tlc great lrig' llah pajwra rvprewrnUng tlicm, becaino tlutt the alarmed at tho prtwpeetH United Sttttc wwild devlarc Ita flmuiclnl lndcx'ndcnccof England. They prompl-l- y went towork.nnd.utcwnalderabloex-pennc- , purehivK-tho republican party. Thew: wtine agenta attempted to deliver the democratic party to the Itothschilda, but it la a mutter of hlatory that they failed. Kngllnh jmjMTjt iIIm'iihb American with a brutal fraukuefis. If any American jMilley tlintcna llnglihh commercial and llnancitil the lyondoii pijK;rs fmnkly say to. Ilelng In elose ttitieh with tho Ixin don b'inkerK, the Finanelnl New swan In n position to voloo their fenra, and It did ho In the article whleh now tltrentotiM to wipe thr republlean jKilitlcnl njndl-cutolT the fiM'e of the earth. wna printed The editorial In April In the London I'inuneial Xev.-30. IbfH. It wits freely eomnvrrteil on by republican and doniocmtic papers, which aro now frantically declaring thnt no Ktioh artKdo ever npjiearvd. Similar txllUirlalH nppeared in o4hor KngliHh papern. Thoy warn eel tho bunk-eof Knglaud ngnlrwt tho dnngor of the free colnnjrti of silver by the I'nltrd Stntet., and tlieir warnlngH wery not In iiln. Mr. Ilnnna is jwnv upending the gxol, kouikI, honest money of theso In an nUoinpt to fcitmo lAndon orpotuut tlieir flmtucinl atipreinttcy omt the Unltol Sliitos. Amonij tlio- - who reevhwl n cojiy of the Financial News article wtls Jchn M. Dcvlne, then of the AiiKrl-en- n Itlmelidllc league. It waa to him by tite "Durrunt Preas Ctittlngs" bureau, Uio lending London firm ragagod in Unit bu.slntts, and was i.i(.teil on one of tlwir Rlips, n ftu simile of whleh la printed In nn other Senntor Teller rocehfd ft copy of tho jvijHjr containing the article, nnd m dkl CongniMnnnn CoiTeon, of Montana, and ninny oUiora wiio keep posted on tho txHtorlnl utterances of tlio lending London papers. When Uie St. Ixnda republican rcputlhitod olf jKust reeorxlH nnd openly declared Urr a lnf,'Io gold Ntnndurd, the Ioii(kn flnnnelnl nrtiele was reprinted in several Ainericaii At first Uio republican uini- agora riill llttlo tittention to it. They enouirli to believed tlwv lmd innm-buy McKlnlcy' ek'otlon, nnd expected that Whitney ami Ilelmont and Clewv latal wtitild mti7.I tho free allver !ko-jil- o Tliey at tho Chicago were mistaken. Something hnd to Ih toju. Tliey tlmt unless the nrtleJo was McKlnley wuld surely tx; They proceexled to pronounce Um nrtleJo a fraud and a fake. In order to grvo this more, effect tho republican notional committee oftleitUly declared that no such article was over printed nnd followed Urls up by Uio preparation ami circulation ot clumsy forgeries. Hero nre two of Uiem: "London, Aug. 11, 1800. A. C. Plntr, Ksq., Lincoln, U. S. A. Dnr Sir: Wo beg to return your cutting, which you forwarded us, and say that no such nrtlclo ever appeared in Uio Financial Xews. Faithfully yours, -- THE KDITOIt," "Faithfully yours, Uio editor.'' When a man Bends a cablegram he always filgtw It, "Faithfully yours," or "I havo tho honor to remain, my dear bIt, with highest esteem, your most obedient servant," or mnnothing like that. Here is tho next nttempt of tho literary bureau of tho republicnn national com- nrtlclo ia mitlicnUc. ut iJnve-lrIvin- g fu-mo- In former dnyH, esjiecially in England, itwofl tbo cuRtom to keep tho doors of churches "religiously open" duriug tho eervroca. This practice waa picturesque mid hospitable, but it had iU) It miule, for instance, tho Bnnctuurios convenient places of refugo nnd ropono for dogs. It ie recorded tlitit in n certain church in Hampfhirc, England, during tho f?ervrco cno Sunday, two degs which had entered tho houso got into a fight Tho minister ordered his clerk thnt Englihh functionury who sits nt n desk in front of tho palplt and is reatly to perform nil iminnor of aervicew for tho minister to "turn tho dogs out." Tlio clork endeavored to do m, but ho was old und feehlo nnd not equal to Uio tank of parting or removing tho animals. Ho went back to tho poreon and reported, "They won't go, sir.'' "Tliey won't go, eh?" miid the wry wroth. "Well, John, I'll make 'em go, I warrant you." Ho took oil his purplico und descended to tho floor, where tho dogn wero now fighting bo fiercely that ho had n tcrrihlo time in (separating them. In tho ineko lie rolled over tho floor, upon tho dogj iuhI Eomotimcs under thorn, hut nt laat ho Buccecdcd in L'rcking them quite cut of tho houna Then lw returutxl triumphantly to his place, but in tho excitement of tho fight Ik had forgotteu where ho left off in the aervloo. Ho appealed to tho clerk. "Vbcro was I just now, John?" ho niin-iflte- r, Bomo-times It arid III Clerk Boliovoa tho TJnitod Statos Should Jiltn out. Load Bimetallism. The International Agricultural Concreai ItuiiKnrx, UeclareH tb of Uucceia of Free Hllver In America Havre Urcat KRect In HoWill noring: Silver to the World. Iludn-reath, rE 9RFAT BJJSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLXDKTyE SOUTH. $M4$tMl&fdtifo . reK yfjmxffl&fotoMgyfflMnwf c. 'Aoaefi srtc&MJffifJJ'S'rrtfnf6 ry9 '' Hinduw of cmmutb houhxg nxf. positions. n or cd by the fsuantss mco-mend- " THt COUNTRY. Mryncw eouaes mm wANTtp. tiflked. "On tho floor, air," responded tho tho dogs." clerk K)lemnly, Vouth'fl Couipuuion. "n-parti- n Tlvptr Kj-- r OirrMMl. d jwl-Itic- s lroo,d Ir"i I i o qm-'tl- on Jack Golly! There's ma on a now hikol Geoff Now wo know why Mio hadn't Utuo to Pew our buttons on. Iick AIo a Dl. CnriiTeL n. "Did yoz foo mo in tho p'rado?" said Mr. Dolnu to his wife. "Wasn't Oi a foino sight thin?" "OiditL" That international bimetallism will quickly follow the election of William J. Bryan as president, nnd the restoration of freo silver coinage in the United States, Is clearly demonstrated by tho following letter, written August 24, 189u, by Prince Bismarck of Germany, and by tho declaration of the International agricultural congress now in pension nt Hungury, the latter declaration being embodied in a cablegram sent by ineinlx;rs of the to William J. Hrytin. These declarations In favor of bimetallism, com- With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed ing from Ruch distinguished sources, and Stubble. cannot fall to produce the first genuine political tensntlon of the present campaign and effectively spike tbe republican platform and republlean asserAnd the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices tions that this country cannot chnnge before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. tho monetary system of the world. They mean that the election of Mr. Bryan will lie hailed by the great agricultural and middle classes of Europe as a key to the opening of the mills of Europe, nn well ns America, to silver as well ns" gold, nnd consequent relief to rti j tho paralysis which Is aflectlng the agricultural, business and laboring claflnc8 In Europe as well ns In the United States. They give the Ho to tho goldbug argument that the present '! agitation will operate against internaMl tional bimetallism and tear to tatters Will be made for the asking on the republican plntform plnnk which prates about the inability of the United States to take the lend in restoring the IJJJ money of the cople to Its former place In tho monetary nystem of the world. Prlnco Bismarck's letter In favor of bimetallism was written in response iiit to the following letter of Inquiry from : Gov. Cullierson, of Texa. "Austin, Tex., Aug. 10, 1S9C rrince rii Bismarck: Sir The great question of finance Is now of supreme Interest to the people of the United States. It is presented in vnrlous forms, but In n genernl way It may be wild to be, first, whether the United States shall adopt the single gold standard, or, sec-ond, whether they shall ndopt bigold and metallism, with both silver ns the standard, or primary money. The argument in favor of each Is Receiving his- Is well known to you, but it is particularly insisted that we should adopt the the suppolicy of bimetallism ply of gold In the world for coinage is Insufficient to meet the demand, or such a standard will still further All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. depress the values of all property. "Which, in your judgment, is the best policy to ndopt tho gold stnndnrd or bimetallism giving your reasons? z "Wlint effect, in your judgment, will n r- . 3 c. i u n the immediate adoption of bimetnlllsm-bo t o c- s i the United State have upon the 3 c . p O O causo of bimetallism in Germany, nnd other great commercial notions? ro "C. A. CULUKIiSONY' Signed 3 O. 3 "Governor of Texas." In reply Bismarck said: UJ S 2, W Hmln-Pefith, con-gTc- sa THE CI SB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, B. K. WEAREN. m -- ". SPECIAL PRICES 8 FOR 30 DAYS I w Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, 1 Screening's and Shipstuff. II J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. H. C. RUPLEY, TME MKR6B ANT TAILOfH -- le-cnu- se . -- - l) If ? r i' 5 2 rhou-matis- for-wurd- rt eol-unt- n. r I I oon-enU- pu-jxt- s. I 2lp -- 1 c D s-Z- y r -- eon-ention- . BLUK-GRA- rc-nll- rel h, SSCRED R. HOGS. C'SBHHHilSsHHsssw con-cne- h, WOOL. WOOL. CO. I THE . Queen &Crescent ROUTE e --- Oil a, BS I pllll -'l) 1J S?EMi-WEEio- .y Interior Joufiiiii Oct. 2, 1896 CHURCH EXTENSION. Embarrassment of the Work tho Gold Standard. Dr. A. Un-d- or Stanford, Ky., E, C. WALTON.-Business Manager. Iter. J. Kynett, of Philadelphia, Who Has Charge of the Methodist Church Extension Fund, Hays the Work Has Ueen Seriously 11 n- dered by the Disuse of SUver. 1 Camp Meeting. Flat Rock, Ky., SepOne and tember 29 -- October b, 189(5. tl lar for the round trip during meeting from Odkiinle, Tenu., Danville, Ky., and all stations between. Great In Good meeting. speakers. Ask agents about raten and schedules. W.O. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Trotting Horse Breeders Asa'n. Lex ington, Ky., Oct. Gtti to 16th, 'DO. Round trip tickets via Queen A Crescent Route for one fare good until Oct. 17th to No extra charge on vrotlbuled trains. Philadelphia, Pa. National Druggleta Association. October oth to 9th. W. 0. RiNBAKSON, G. P. A Cincinnati, 0. une-tiirre-tur- n. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., w told by her doctors the had consumption and that was no hope for her, but two bottlts of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she say it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, tjj Florida, St., San Fianclsco, suffered Irom a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without result every thin? else thon bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured, lie naturally thankful. It is such results of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine In coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at W. I). McRoberts' Drugstore. Regular size 50c and ti. 1 Two Llvoa Saved. Advocates of the gold standard, in their attempts to array tho church on their side of the financial Issue, arc promptly met by the managers of church enterprises themselves in refutation of their clnlms as to how church work would be disastrously affected by tho free cotnngc of silver. Wo toko pleasure in reproducing in tills connection the following articlo from Uev. Dr. A. J. Kynett, of Philadelphia, who has churge of the church extension work of the Methodist church throughout tho country. The article is taken from Christianity in Earnest, which is published by tho church for tho special purpose of aiding tho work of church extension. "Churches Affected by SilverTheir Lieut. Romero and 22 Spanish volunteers were killed by insurgents in province Saturday. A preacher at Philadelphia has stipulated that hie salary be paid in gold or its oquivolenr, in case of Bryan's election. Ha-vanna Buctelln's Arnica Salve bands, chilblains, corns and all sVln eruptions. t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. Ills Iuaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price sj cents per box. For sale by W. 11. McRoberts druggist. l The best salve in the world for cuts, bruhess sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- - St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, Ky. JSTFAIR WARNING. Co., -- a We want to give those who owe us fair warnlrjg that we shall give them two weeks more to settle up with us, and if they do not come up in that time, we shall put their accounts in the hands of MERSHON & GRBER. an olQcer. J. K. VanArsdale, DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, f TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. si i i Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Be Sure to Give Him a Call. Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and - Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it I Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B. Twidwell, A. Hammond, Hubble. J. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. Board of Missions. The Impression sought to be made is that the free silver agitators are, by these churchmen, held responsible for tho embarrassed conditions referred to. Thoso In charge of tho church funds can answer for themselves, or allow the statements to pass unchallenged. On questions of fact, as related to Methodist church extension, I speak of ficially. In matters of opinion, on which persons composing tho management may differ, I speak only for my- extension work seriously iuterfered with." In a heated political campaign all parties gather all sorts of arguments in Bupport of their views. This is well for an "educational campaign," as intelligent people will be thereby assisted to right conclusions. This requires, however, that when anything unauthorized or false appears it should be promptly challenged. An article, under the above heading, drawing tho churches in for partisan usea has been going the rounds of tho papers. We now find it quoted, with implied approval, in Zion's Herald, of August 20, from tho New York Sun of August 22. It is too long to quote, but we feel called upon to refer to certain passages In It. It says: "The Methodists have about $1,000,000 which is used for church extension throughout tha country, under the direction of Rev. A. J. Kynett, of Philadelphia. This money Is loaned on morgages on church edifices throughout the country, at a low rate of interest. Much of tfils money Is loaned in tho west, and tho struggling new churches have, through tho hard times which have followed the agitation for freo silver, in many instances been unable to meet their mortgage obligations. The result has been that tho vork of the church extension has been greatly hindered, and the mission fund will have to remain idle to tide the new churches over this distressing period. The churchmen havo ,not been at a loss to place the blame for this condition of affairs, whero it belongs, on the free silOf ver agitators. course cent the proposition to pay debts with dollars is a moral question which might well arouse tho religious clement of the nation In opposition." Similar statements are made as to the church edifice fund of the Baptist Ilome Mission boclety; also the Presbyterian one-hundr-fifty-three-ce- nt which wo first applied wanted obligations payable in colm We simply answered: "Gentlemen, lawful money of tho United States is good enough-fo- r us, and ought to bo for you. We will givo no gold coin obligations." 8uch wo have never asked, and never will. "To coin money and regulate, its value" Is the constitutional right of tho American people, by thetn vested iu congress, and should not be Invaded by private contracts or otherwise. On questions of policy, or the best possible relief from existing conditions, we think and let think. We nvnke no partisan plea. Our pica is for charity, thoroughness, honesty and courage. Neither partisan clamor, nor abusive epithet, nor and 6clf asserted honesty, soundness, or anything of the kind, should weigh a feather with intelligent and patriotic American citizens. The partisau slogan "sound money," honest dollars" Is 11 bald begging of tho question and nn offense of millions of men as honest aa the sun ever shone on. The intensity of factional and partisan spirit is truly a revelation of the magnitude of the issue and of tho interests involved. Honest money must mediate Impartially between debtor and creditor. Tho terms and history of the promise to pay must have due recognition. If the creditor, after the relation Is established, acquires control of go'd bullion he has no right to turk that coinage be limited to gold. If tho debtor acquires control of silver he has no right to demand freer coinage of silver than existed when his debt was incurred. Tho law of lmmutablo righteousness, therefore, requires that the government, under which the relation of debtor and creditor exists, shall "coin money and regulnto its value." Moneyso coined and regulated, whether gold or silver or both, Is "sound" and "honest money" and neither debtor nor creditor can justly complain of n 'aw which makes it a legal tender for debts. So far as the administration of our church extension work is concerned wo shall do our best, under the unavoidable difficulties, nnd will give those Indebted to our loan fund tho best possible opportunity to meet their obligations. Wo will most gladly receive in full payment of principal nnd interest tho MOHcalled dollars," or any other lawful money of tho United States. self-assume- Council d "53-ee- nt A. J. KTNETT. TIIE VICIOUS CLEKGY. Mr. Bryan Hauls a Class of Proaoh-orOver tho Coals. a lie Doclnres They Are Maligning tho Poor nil Degrading the l'ulplt When They Denounce the Common People as Anarchists Tho Church and tho Uold Standard. self. condition of churches borrowing, until within tho last four years, and, t Ith the exception of that period, the diffi culty alluded to has been of gradual growth. There la no gTeater acutemss of thq trouble perceptible as n result of "free silver agitation." The Interest received on loans was greater in 1895 than in 1804 and the same is true of tho amount of loans returned, and the present Indications render it probable that tho receipts of loans returned and of Interest during 1896 will be about equal to those of 1S95, and in excess of those of 1894. I find, In tho facts shown by the treasurer's report, absolutely no Justification for the statement that "the blame for this condition of things belongs with tho freo silver agitators." Now, as to questions of opinion, I speak solely for myself. The difficulty with our Methodlstchurohes, including thoso indobted to us for loans, that has resulted in tho serious embarrassment of missionary, dhurch extension and other benevolent work, arises out of tho great reduction that has taken place On questions oi fact I have to say that our treasurer's reports for yours past indicate no great change in the Candidate Italelgh, N. C, Sept. IS. Bryan completed a great day's labor in Nash's park hero last night by making n speech in condemnation of thoso preachers who are degrading the pulpit by espousing the cause of the dishonest money sharks against silver. He sold: "I could stand any appeal made by the advocates of the gold standard to al most any class better than nn appeal made to the preachers and teachers of religion. If there Is ono thing that the church people of this country could afford to array themselves against it is tho gold standard as it Is being ud vacated by the American people at this time. (Applause.) And yet tho republican party Is appealing to church jwople to take their place on the side of the gold standard. "How things hnve changed In the last 1800 years! Look at the people who head the gold standnrd propaganda in tho United States. Look at the class and the money changers classes, the brokerage classes of New York, who are trying to fasten a gold standard upon tho people of this country not openly, but secretly and In disguise, and then turn back 1800 years when tho meek and lowly Saviour threw the same kind of people out of Ills tem pie because they hod made His home a den of thieves (great applause), and then think that these people come and appeal to the ministers of the Gospel and the church papers to save them from the wrath to come. (Laughter and ap bond-holding thnn tho other. Both nro V equally easy to abolish. Tho disenEo is very prevalent, nnd that this should bo thus goes to show very inndeqnato attention to tho sheep, for tho cause of this disease is a mite, nn exceedingly small inject, of which an accurate portrait 1,300 times turgor 14 YEARS than II fo is hero given. A similar insect is tho canso of that very vulgnrVkln discaso known n9 tho itch, and that Odorless Water Water Pipes, this discaso is now so rato and Tubs only exists uudcr tho lowest man- Astecialty WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE. Gilt edge rtlrrence In and out ner of lifo goes ol the State. Ask your Dsnvllle to chow, as snid frien'ds about my work. abovo, that there A in. is no excuse for T. F. CLARKE. tho oxistonco of Clemens House Building, Danvillt, Ky. scab among our shekp scam mitk. flocks. How tho sheep suffers may bo perceived by tho 4 Solentlfio American illustration of a scabby sheep. Tho Aoency wretched animal wholly so by tho fault of its owner Buffers intolerably, whilo it Is literally dovourcd allvo by uucountablo myriads of theso pcts. Liko tho human itch mite, sheep scab is tho evidence of ill keeping, of filth iw ssr m OAVEATS. and general neglect. It spreads from TRADE MARKS. sheep to sheep, nud quito often by DESIGN PATRNT8, COPYRIGHTS, etc.l means of fences and posts or tho corners For Information nn.l froe HamlWmk write to of buildings as well as by clog that munn . co.. set iiKotuwAT, Naw Yoa America. OMrst bureau for acctirtnir havo gathered tho discaso from sheep Krery ratent takenout by uU brought twfuro the puCUa by a notlco circa f rvo o( diaruo Iu Xho nnd communicate it to others. Onco theso pests get into a flock tho sheep and tho wholo farm nro stocked for three years at least, although every iArreatcirrulatlnnor any scientific paper In th world. Sptrndhlly llltntmtf.1. Nt lutrlllrrnt sheep may bo treated in tho best man-ne- r man should lt without It. Weekly, rear: l.tlslxinwit'is A'lJrew, Jli'VN CO.. that is, unless tho most complcto ttpuncas,:in I 'irid"i v 'o-ctdisinfection is carried through most vigorously. Tho insect burrows uudcr tho skin, causing inilanunntiou nud tho formation of thin serum. This gathers on tho skin, forming scabs or crusts, under which tho insects live and work. Theso crnsts nt times break off, or tho uuhnppy and tormented sheep rubs itself against trees, fences, stones or tho sides and corners of buildings, thus breaking tho scabs and loosening somo parts of them, which either full to tho ground or becotno attached to the things tho sheep havo TO READ DOTH SIDES rubbed themselves against OP THE QUESTION? Other sheep passing theso places tako up tho mites, or tuv&o crawl on to them iu tho infected stables or yards, and The New York Journal Is the only thus ono sick sheep infects tho wholo Metropolitan paper indorsing flock and other flocks tako up tho mitefl, and soon tho wholo locality or rnngo is fully stocked. This has been tho caso iu the great grazing tracts of Australia and Argentina, tho results having been at times a groat epidemic and it daily publishes articles by by which n fourth of tho sheep havo the leading financiers of the country perished miserably. But what of tho futuro in such a caso? Tho wholo land on both sides of the question, is infected, aud ouo sheep imported with tho disease is able in a few yoara to stock thousands of square" miles and It is progressive, liberal and always permissible by n Mite That Itrnetiiblrs the lltiiiimi Itch Mite. To permit this discaso iu a flock is about as bad as for tiio owner to lirtvo liens nbout his person. Ono is no moro iss SHEEP SCAB. Mi Hustonvillo, Ky., 38-4- Btti V. Xogn, AN ELECTION NOTICE. Notice It g Wn that an election will be held on Desires to announce to her old customers and friends that herDress Malting Parlors are now open lor visitors and invites anr dtsiriog hsr ser At thu rrtrulpr KitsmK. . vice tncsll eailr and secure dates. 1 county, ky.. lor the ipurpcseofuklrig the s",e of the l nd quallftedVotert of said county on or not to . Free .Turn- . . niVf anil (.ravi.1 Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 1896, tfii. s?tt i&cA -- 6 COAL ! 11...1. ..i.i nv. teftL-'L which nnler , In tl lows.lo-wl- "" ? i?ssa aia msd. V.0""1' Court, court. "" "i" r.o ... ...i "" ,0' stilt agent fer Falls Ilranch Coal an J will keep a supply of all kinds or Cos), 10 you get such as tmi want at the lomrst pontile friers (or Cash, Cfficr, Mill Si. and Railroad Cressine. opposite X I am Rollor Mills Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE Por-colain;B- ilegular Term Lincoln Couuty Court, held Auc. o, 1896, Hon. Oeos M. Davson, Judge Presiding. In Ihe matter oM. M, Cook and others.Yot.rs cl Lincoln county, Ky.. icr a J.U. HIOGINS. in sslJ county Ky, upon the preposition to harevoir Turnpikes apd Slanttrd, Free Gravel Roads Iu said county. On notion of thy applicants' counsel herein, application of J. M look and others, voters the of Lincoln county, Ky., heretofore directed to, and ryceied by the County Judsucf the Lincoln Co. Court, was lulmittcd to the Judge of said court at tho regular August term thtrrot, atd on the tolh day ol August, 1896, and It appearing to the satis, 11 f a wotkman of faction of the judged said court that a written application a.VIng for a vole upon Ihe proposition to have Free Turnpikes and Cruel Heads in couniy, Ky., was herslofore, On the 6th day ol August, i8o, presented to aud teceiv edby said Judge, and that said written appi.ea-tlo- n was dentil U n..MK.. Closets, Frost-Proo- f 7 .... r 01 Llnco n equal to is per ctnt. cf the vole cast at Lin-coin t. u-- ... -- "u'"' " js 1 r m which was a general and regular election, and the petitioners making said Hppllcatlon having paid court a si tHcu-oamount ol mosey pay for the rdm. printing, advertising and all to olher experisrc. connected with the election pray, fii-- .' "1 'l0' h"tfore ordered that an election i L'Dco1? county, Kentucky, at tha neat election therein on the jrd day of intervening between rtht order and the day of said reg. J.u. V thf lilt nrri1iMi .!... l-- i.i . . tec-eess- ry ,... r JIJ 1 I ti,lvcl iiiDp,k74lnd VPn Hod " Thomas D. Sf..ij?i c?UB,y f fofA Co. ' lh Newland, the shtrlfi ..!.-ouniyLincoln, Is hereby directed to of " V .cn l " oiing precincts In ..1 county of Lincoln at the time heretofore designated .for (he purpose ol Uklng ihe unse of the qualified vo ers of the county ot Lincoln on txiej.rciourion aforesaid. T.D. NEWLAND, . L. C. ,he preposition to have ""d 'i 1 1 mkv LEXINGTON October Gtli to IClli. 1 imu-nUI- gtituixiit atwMifliu n "Km: T, H, 2, ASttffi, . World's Greatest v. Trottino Meetino. Are SH$7BDD0 Purses. Kanturky'a Futurity The Tennessee Crsit Pace Frrt-lor-All You Afraid The Trsnsylcania The s vtar-oFuturit). The Aihlind Ihe Illue Crass The Kentucky. Orcat Frcc.for-A- ll T101 Trie Johnston .. $ 4, coo ......,. 1st day day J ,ooo ... J :,ou.. . .. 3rd day Jij.ooo I itt day ....nd . J 000.. i,ooo .. 3 s.euo . ... .$ 4 t.ooo i s,ooo s.000 .... stL day , .fJi day 7111 day .lth day ... .... 9th day . 10th day 1 Atleait THKBL great races daily. The Celebrated HellftedLlUllenburg Hand Five great Soloists; jj I'eilormets; Special Concerts daily. HALF F.VKK on all railreada. 1'iogram on application. Kl). A. Tin ON, bK'y. ' Bryan and Sewali "Silver versus Go!d'; H.CMcUOWELL, President "Big Four" New Line lTtcn Cincinnati, i Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, 6 SSp JA taLf y if' x 'f. ' ' &VA V.) T $MVa m u .IV w-: f(ArA- - sScpv ,r, l Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. espouses the cause of the masses. Inaugurated May 24. THBSCHEDULF, Every broad minded man shoule Lv Cincinnati 9 00 a. m. P.m. siS a. m. Republican read it, whether I Air. Toltde .... J sip. m. Arr. Detroit ....... ... 5 45 p. m. 6 5 a. tn. ij rzzr. IBF - : within tho lost 20 years in the value of farm lands and form products and tho paralysis of manufacturing and mining industries throughout the country. Churches indobted to our loan fund are chiefly in farming', manufacturing and mining communities, and, of course, suffer in their ability to pay debts or make benevolent contributions. Whatever may have been tho cause of this great reduction it has been coincident with the disuse of silver and the establishment of a single gold standard. This general condition is at the same time the cause of our embarrassments, and of tho free silver agitation. It is an outrageous and cruel wrongs to accuse directly or by Implication, the great body of the people thus embarrassed and seeking relief, Copyrtaltt 1805 by TPm. J. Holtzclaiv. with dishonesty, or with a disposition Itiiiuiil.t Ainnrn finunn IloisrdHound Irur to repudiate any obligation, personal, OHbncu oununi xpy r, uoits. Auiri, corporate, or of tho stato or nation. Words piatnl JitiCllj uudff ID' h.nll To demand payment of old obligations l((fl let in ( Devotional and Revlvnl Meetings, in money of a new and higher Singing Schools and Day Schools, standard of value is worse than for it is not "so nominated in Sunday Schools & Young People's the bond." These debts are nil paySocieties, with Rudiments. Mmrle copy br miul 3nc U.2S pr dot. byrxpr.M. t3M able in "coin" or in "lawful money of tr mall. I2i.uu a bundrnd by freight. Sen J all oidrrs to the United States," and the creditor William J. Holtzfilaw. Y2!2r&-has no right to demand payment in 1M Shy-lock, Who eaa think of some simple in lug to patent; rour Ideasi ther mar bring too wealth.s, Protect CO., Patent Attor-EeWrite JOHN WEDDERBUHN Washington, D. for their $1,800 prise offer aatl lUt of two hundred Invention wanted. Wanted-- An Idea gold. When, in 1893, wo were con- C strained to borrow $50,000 to lend distressed churches, fivo out of the b1x of the money lending corporations to plause.) "My friends, when certain ministers of the Gospel denounce the great mass of peoplo who stand behind free coinage; when these ministers have denounced these advocates of free coinage and have taken their places upon the side of these great aggregates of wealth, I remind them that when the Saviour was here it was tho common peoplo who heard 111m gladly these very peoplo whom theso call anarchists and soministers cialists. (Great aplause.) "My friends, when I find there are not many of them, but they are quite conspicuous when I find theso men casting their lot upon that sido and exhausting abusive language in their description of the great masbes of the peoplo of this country, I feel like saying to them that if they will take their chancc3 with Dives, I will risk my chances with Lazarus. (Great applause.) This money question is a question which concerns every one of you and you have n right to consider what hns been done and what will be done and then decide whether you want to support the present financial policy or not. When prices aro falling and money Is rising a man can better afford to look his money up In a vnult and gain tho rise rather than invest his money in property nnd risk a loss In the value of the property. "You aro mak'ng the property not worth having, and everybody is trying to turn property Into money. And while the gold standard lasts thatcondl-tlo- n must remain and times must be hard, and hard times means moro Idlo men, and moro idle men means more destitute men, and more destitute men means nt last more criminal men, and yet the gold standard men appeal to the ministry to increase crime." (Great applause and cheering.) to-da- 1 Cost ovor7whor Dally Subscription for Ono Month, - -- 40conU Including Sunday ruako tho infliction permanent. This has 61.0 heii thcro Is a Two Months and a Half - indeed been tho result, mild winter, tho pest thrived and theio Send subscription to is a great outbreak. England has HUtTcr-eby tho disoaso, greatly somo years The New York Journal, and having taken general measures to YOrnatCirculation Department, eradicate it by enforced treatment urally thero is oxcitomont when tho simplo mention of a scabby sheep imFROM No. 2. ported becomes current. Frequent dipping of tho sheep in tho usual preparation mado for this disor- UlJL1 N-- VIIIIK .IINNIil s.Vpg'5Mgyj SCAUHV b!IEKI .... Throuch coachea and Darter can on dav trains. Through coaches, Wagner bleeping Cars Cincin. nail to Toledo and Cincinnati lo Detroit on night traius. No service between Cincinnati. Toledo and De-- ; troit Is AS COOl) AS OUU NLVV YORK LINK, AS OOD ASOUKCHICAOOLINK, AS 1GOOD AS OUR ST, LOUI8 Llr.E. Hut tour tlcke'a thiourh via "Illr Four' For lull iufrrmatlen call on igciits or address K. O. McCORMACK, D, II, MARTIN, Pais 1 raft c Mgr. Gen. Pass. A TkL Agt, I d north: or west. HSt A ,i..i VOU AKIQOINO.. XI f 17-- W - Campaign Edition. THE ARENA. LouiavilLC A y der Is tho common remedy, but tho greatest caro is to bo exercised to avoid tho contagion by means of Bheep brought into tho Hook. Tho tobacco and sulphur infusion is tho most popular remedy, but some of tho coal tar or potrolcum oils or acids havo been found most useful. Ono of tho best Bcasona of tho year to dip sheep is in tho autumn before tho auimals uro housed. Montreal Herald. NASMVIltl R. R, Is the line for you, as its Double Dally Trains Makeclose connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. TUROUOII TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED TUROUOII for any information ee quire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky il Knee Hanging Colt. My colt la a natural pacer, Only Diiect Lite Between but baugs his knees, tho near ono seeming to sutler moro than tho other. Ho seems to carry in and turn his foot Shortest and quickest between when it passes tho knee. Ho stands 15 Frankfort, Georgetown ond Paris, hands high and weighs 000. His front Oarlielo, Maysvlllo, Oynthlnna, feet measure at the too 8 inches, at Falmouth and Covington. tho heel 2 inches. H'ia hind foot moas-urAsk for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time, at tho too Q4 inches, at tho heel Time Table April 19, 1S56. Ho is shod with eight 1)6 inches. No. t. No. j. No. 7. ntAINS EAST. ounces all around. How can I overcome a. m. p. tn. p. m. his tendency to striko his knees? AnUndo Sam's Crown of Thorns. uve rraniciort A 0J 00 65 4418 yeS " Elkhorn so swer Drees tho feet of your colt so " I will not Mil to press ilown upon tho blcul-lo" Stamping Uround 717 4 37 148 this crown of thorna." brow of labor that they will measure 8.VJ inches at " GeorifftownU... 7 n 4)5 3 William JE!N!Na ulyHktan. Arr. u. a. uepot tho too and l$i inches at tho heel. Bo so 7 50 0, lbW. JOO Chicago, J 830 nn 5JJ 400 l. feot aro absovery particular that his Campaign Edition lutely level and truo, just a high on ofAll voters ehouM read tho with the Juuo Usua TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. Tho Arena, which began a. tn. p. m. a. tn. p. m. as on tho other and no higher. Iu and runs to November (0 months), price, ouo sido Lve Parla g jo C j 5$ 4J5 shooing him uso a plain, narrow web 6j C. 8. Depot .... to " Georgetown II 10 40 6 36 3 45 6 40 shoe, following closely tho wall of tho " Stamp's Gro'd 1058 634 7 7 hoof, aud on thq outsido web of both of fiend jour subscription to Business Offlco of " Klkhorn 11 16 711 this paper. Arr Frankfort A... 113a 8 is shoes draw them from the last his front 775 23 00 WANTED men ami women at onco. uail holo back from tho too to tho heel, SUNDAY TRAINS. a week easily mado taking orders for tho Camso that they will bo an eighth of an inch paign Edition of tho Arena. Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort Secure your territory ntonco, address thicker at tho heel than tho heol of tho 11 30 a.m. . ABE.MA ruilUSUlKO Leave Frankfort 4 as p. m. arrive Georgetown insido web. This has reforonco to his Iloaton, Masa j 13 p. Q. aiij front feet ouly. Shoo him behind with a 'isa Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all narrow wob, plain shoe, following close Who can think points South, East, North and West. ly tho wall of tho hoof and just as light Wanted-- An of some slraplo Ufor futther information apply to their agents. thing to patent? C. D. UEHCAW, Gen. I'ass. Agent.. as possible, and protect his foot. Wo Protect roar Ideasi they may bring you wealtb. GEO. B. HARPER, llac'r & Gen.Sup think this will obviato tho troublo you Writ s&iih WEDDEKIiURM It CO.. Patent Attor J Frankfort Kv neys, Washington, O. their ILBUU prtto oner speak of. Horseman. na list or two nunarca inTenuoos wanieu. Ky. Midland B'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort o 1 g 1 ONE DOLLAR. COlir-ANV- Idea or -- K cr-"- ' in'mrMttumitihrnmmmmmajmijiZnamm c0 n ?&&&& ytjjfwf j iWEEKLYlNTEPaOKJDUIiI(E Window glass at Oralg at Warren & Shanks'. to select from & Hocker'a. Coal Vases, Shovels and Coal Duckets MMm H msPffPPMH Stanford, Kv., E. C. - Oct. 2, 1896 MY STOCK OF 'm IHi r Mi "I nil Y "Hmii 4'ffiun Walton, Business Manager. One hundred pieces fancy drees goods at Severance & Son's. You should take your prescriptions to Penuy'p drug store where prompt and accurate servico ia guaranteed. PE11S0XAL POINTS. Wb can save you money on family, ready mixed paints. Craig it Ilocker. Is Ladies' Fall Wraps Is now open for the inspection of the public. If it is prices you want come in and sec some of the most My Fall and Winter stock of millinery now complete. Call and see it. Mrs. A. A. McKinney. DANVILLE, KY. .L?".?I,!jLj 200 PIECES OF House in Miller Addition with Ave or Mne. J. G. Livinoston is ijUitO ill ot lx rooms and good outbuildings fur mnlarinl fever. rent. W. A.Tribble. Miss Katik Lkk Yeaoer, of Danville, Wb have new sizes in paper and enveis with MIbs Mary Bruce. lopes, ruled and unruled correspondence, visitMits Lida Pitkin, ol Chicago, is stationery. W. B. McRoberte. ing Mies Mary Eliza Lynn. 9 En Wilkinson and children are vUiting her parents In Casoy. Mis. Nancy Wakiikn went to More-lan- d Tuesday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mas. Manley Tyiibk returned to Clinton, Tenn., yesterday. Mibs Mamik Baldwin, of Madison, is visiting her sistr, Mrs. W. H. Shanks. Mrp. E. G. Walleh, of Lebanon Junction, joined her husband here yesterday. Mmbhs. J. 0. McClary and Bledsoe Bailey are attending tho Brodhead fair. O.C.Carson and George DoBord are helping the Brodhead band during the Miia. houee-keeper m STYLISH GOODS! Ever offered in Stanford. An elegant line of Ladies' and Gents' aipn6e. Thosk having claims against Beezlty Bros, are requested to file them witli mo at once, properly proven. J. B. Paxton, Ik you come to Stanford Saturday it & MACINTOSHES! Just you are requested to call in and look even if you do not want to buy. No trouble to show goods at in and will pay you to look through Severance Son's immense stock of dry goods, m clothing, shoes and bnts. 9 NEW DRESS GOODS, certain to hear Congressman Bailey, of Texas, speak here to night for Bryan and Sewall. Come in early to insure a seat. A ia large crowd !5' ZVEJSVPi V" - mW : lltj yJLwrimrf ' 7i Wmm 'ii E2fJ WH iVSix , m fc&2l 9MfK 'u v IiTkl ftl ww.wV jkv 11 ft- J All carefully selected and bought cheap and arc being sold cheap. fair. at No matter whether you want Dress Goods at 25c yard or $2.50 yard, MissSallie Green, you will find the latest and best in our stock. Neat styles in all wool the Infirmary, haa been sick for several Dress Goods at 25c. Many novelties in Dress Goods at 50c. Fifty days. Mrs. Richard Coiui haa returned from different styles in Novelty Dress Goods at 65c, 75c, 90c, $1 and up a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Thomas all up to date in colors and designs. A magnificent line of Black Phelp. mi Madison. Mih. It. 11. Batson and Mies Ba5 Dress Goods in new and exclusive designs, most of them imported ' Wpm. i.l Lancaster, were guests of Mrs. We are now showing by us direct from makers in France. i Until this week Lincoln county post-ofilce the honor of having the the shortest name, 0. K. Christian coun-tnow holds the record with "Ax," that being the name of the latest addition to tho nomenclature of Undo Sam's offices. y had with TM: ,J -- v- &?, .TiJ: J2 i I I W f fl L TnosB hero who bold stock in the old Saxton Nntional Bank atSt. Joseph, Mo,, have been made glad by the receipt of a Dr. W. B. O'Bannon. 2 per cent, dividend. The Saxton Bank,of Ivj.n Fish is at Crab Orchard attendMr. J. W. McAlister was cashier, ing the bedside of hie father, Mr. James which consolidated with another bank several S. Fish, who ia very ill. Byyears ago and it ia now tho First NationMb. E. W. Smith writes us to Bend hia al Bank. paper to Box 22, Northboro, Mass. Ilo Somedody or rather a number of someis on the Metropolitan Water Works. Tub iloctorH pronounce the cases of bodies haa entered suit in the U. S. court Clyde Withers and Nettie Grinstead gen- at Frankfort for nearly the whole of Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. uine diphtheria, but they are improving-- ' Knox county. They claim that 3G.000 Engraving a Specialty. McBoiiBRTS Iihs been apof land now occupied by 213 famiMiii II. J. acres pointed a member oltno Executive Com- lies were conveyed to them by their anand becoming Fur mittee of the Kentucky Poultry Associa- cestor, Lewis, in 1705, by patent, when At all prices from Si. 25 to $20. New,-stylisthat waa a part of Lincoln county, Va. Collarettes in Hare, Coney, French, Seal, Chinchilla, Marten and tion. Rbv.J. P. Halsbll and wife, who Carpenter. On tho occasion of the real Alaska Seal, prices from $. to $20, New Plush Capes from $4 have boon In the East since their marrijack- age, have returned to Danville. Advo- meeting of the South Eastern Kentucky I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condij to $20. Cloth Capes in 50 new styles from Si2$ to $15. Our Medical Society at Williamsburg, Oct. 9f and Collars and most approved trim cate. tion of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. ets all have the new Sleeves of Lebanon Junc- Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of this place, will E. mings; piiccs S3 to S25. Children's light and heavy weight Jackets Mil.who G. Waller, under treatment deliver a public address, subject; "On- I laid in my baB been hero tion, at S1.25, $2 and upwards. We arc offering some extra good values for the past two weeks, is about well ward and Upward," which from a glance at the manuscript we will say will be in ladies' double texture Macintoshes at $6, Sio, Si 2 and Si 6. Tl: again. Miss Laura Jariioe, of Lebanon, is worth tho hearing. The doctor is an enfiner ones have silk linings in both cape and skirts. with Misfl Llccio Beazley again and is thusiast in his profession and has done a Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming right up to date on all the new styles of great deal to elevate it. in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. hat trimming. Caledonian Society. Program for Miss AllieTiimuile leaves today for open session Saturday, Oct. 3rd, at court- Sec my stock before buying. Stanford, to visit Mies Janie Dawcon. house: Prayer, Rev. A. V. Sizemore; Shu will remain several weeks. Rich- welcome address, Barnes Wearen; solo, mond Climax. Miss Clara Mershon; recitation, MIbs v ho spent the Summer Jones; solo, Miea Mary Cowen; and Si. 50; Real Ostrich FeathCocquc Feather Boas at 85c, S1.25 with friends and relatives in the West music; recitatation, Mies Mary Harrie; er Boas, made very full and of bright, glossy feathers at $6 and S8.70. End, went to Nathvillo Wednesday to music; declamation, James M. Sauilav; go into the drug business. These sold last year at S9 d S 2. music; debate, "Resolved That Btnuty Has the Best Goods and Mrs. Mildubd Bhazlby returned from Has More Influence Than Intellect, Lancaster yesterday where she had been affirmed by C. U. Haley, E. L Grubbe; to boo htr daughter, Mrs. Dr. W.S. Beaz-le- denied by J. L. Beazley, L. R. Hughrs, who has been very ill. paper, "Hon." E. C. Gaines. James T. Miss Martha MusrOhD, who has been Menefee, eecy. Examine his stock of the guest ot the Misses Alcorn, returned Wkddino. Our Lancaster friendB conto her home at Franklin Wednesday, af ter being the recipient of much attention tinue to show their good sense aud taste and tho object of numerous entertain- by coming to Stanford to marry. The latest couple to do bo was Mr. E. W. Arments. Hay haa returned .from a nold and Misa Delia Hughes. They Mr. J. F. visit to hia homo in Ohio. While there came over in a carriage Wednesday eve n, We have all kinds of Underwear for ladies and children, but we ho called on Maj. McKtnioy, whom ho ning, accompanied by Elder W. P. i and repairing to the St. Asaph Hocall special attention to our 25c vests and pants. We bought over Hiya ho haa known nil his life, and found were soon pronounced husband and The cares 2,500 garments, so you can s$e how cheap we thought them. These him very eanguiuo of election.him consid- tel, by that gentleman. Mr. Arnold is wifo "' 7 1 they ol his candidacy have aged ': "tf were made to sell at 50c, but on account ol slight imperfections erably and be looks much older than a an excellent young man aud hia bride u tfvP f Compare them with any 50c vest and you year Hgo. were sold as "seconds-lovely little woman, und they will doubt. to Oncita less bo verr happy together. After will sec that they are the same. We call your attention C1TYA.SU VICINITY. spending the night, till 3 o'clock, at the and Si. 25. Union Suits at 75c, Si hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold left on the Buy a clock from Dauks. express for Louisville and other points A new leaf this fall and buy the best goods. Trash is 11 DANKsfor watch repairs. on their bridal tour. high at any price. The man who buys poor goods stays -- Watch Repairing THOMAS DALTON, - - iHlim New Wraps, : h N IB W GOODS. Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBBRTS. FEATH ER BOAS. 1 Le-Gra- nd Moat-Coo- W. W. WITHERS Specials in Makes Prices to Suit the Hard Times. Ladies' Underwear. " - Wal-de- Carpets, Furniture, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods. frBsr i- -'"" 'r " J-- T TOM (IVEI "Cluze" Patent Thumb Kid Gloves. mnMf. Wi.ndow glass and putty at W. B. Mc- - Roberts'. i Tahleth and sohool aupplieaat Craig tt Hocker'a Born, to tho wifo of J. T. JoneB, a boy This new thumb fits better, does not draw or and a democrat. tear like the old thumb. Try it once and you will never take the old Three dozen pieces of new stamped thumb again. We have all prices, from Si to S2 and fit them on. Wc linens at Shanks'. carry,no cheap gloves. Fifty pieces now black gooda to select n ht from. Severance A Son. We are the Only Agents in This Section for See my stock of millinery before you buy. Mrs. A A. McKinney, m 9 m BUTTERICK RATTERNS. ! : : "'J!7 scientifically tested free of charge at Craig & Hocker'a Cash Store. TCym - Boyb' all wool suits at 8hankB' for only 1.75, A now and large line just re f ceived. Messrs. Robert Harding Rawlings will speak at KIdrb- and J. W. vlllo at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Oct Si'EAKiNO. 10. r T t 7r ::l o- of tho up-tho makes is a beauty date photograpbo nil nhnwH that Stanford haa an artiBt worthy of anybody's patronage. Mil. A. J. Eari''b display i - Don't fall to hear Congressman Bailey Hals said to bo one of the most eloquent expounders of the freo ailver cause on the atthni-rmrt.housahere rostrum. Drs. W. B. O'Bannon, W.N. Craig operated on T. M. Lowia and a son of George Burge for appendicitis Tuesday. Tho patient stood it well and ia doing splendidly. Aitendicitis. DANVILLE, KY.l Willbon. If you have heard one republican orate it is useless to co to bear another for they all tell about tbo same tile of woo. The Hon. Augustus E Wilson, of Louisville, who epoko at the e Monday night, is not an exception to thia rule although he ia one of the brainiest men the Kentucky rads have and is capable of giving his bearers something out of the ordinary. About 100 heard him, the colored brother form, ing considerably more than half of tho crowd, and the way ho applauded was a "plenty." At intervals of about five minutea they would clap their hands and stamp their feet whether it was time for applause or not and by it a considerable portion of the speech was lost to the audience. In the outset Mr. Willson informed his hearers that he was no candidate, was paid by no one to make speeches, but that be loved the cause and was ever willing to do what he could to further it. He is aa much of a protectionist as his nominee for president is and hates tho free silver craze, aa be calls it, aa the devil doea holy water. He la certain of McKinley's election and thinLa with that great man in the presidential chair and Boss Davison and other republicans in Congress the country would experience better times than it has for years. Ho referred to Hon. John B. Thompson and other democrata who are speaking in behalf of Bryan and Sewall as "little pop orators" and "quack doctors," who four yeara ago said that the tariff waa tho cause of all tho trouble. "They've changed their tune now," said he, "and Bay the country la ill with financial fever, which freo silver alono can court-hous- poor. We are showing a well selected stock of Dress Goods, Notions, Hos- I! iery, Blankets, Flannels, Percales, Underwear, Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Jackets, Capes, Etc. These goods we have bought at the lowest market prices merchandise at the for Cash, and are offering first-claslowest prices for cash they were ever offered in Central Kentucky. s BLANKETS. 30 pair fine wool blankets, $2. 50 to $6. bargain. Every one a 50 pieces of the very best at 10c and 12c. Wears better and washes better than any goods you can by. PERCALES. &, SEVERANCE cure." Mr. Willson didn't eulogiz Mr. Cleveland as aome of the republican are doing, but on the contrary charged him with buying 1150,000,000 more ailver than was needed in order to keep the Bilver States in the democratic column. "I prophesied," said he, "that bard times would follow the election of Mr. Oleve land and plead with my friends, and particularly the working class, not to yote for him, bn they heeded me not. They SON. now eee where they did wrong and tbia year their crosa mark will go under the log cabin." Mr. Willson fa not an orator, nor ia he a very pleasing talker, but his whole soul is in the cause he representa and ho impresses those who hear him with bia earnestness. At the conclusion of his speech Lewis Walker, the red headed renegade from Garrard, was called on and he responded by telling a painfully funny anecdote. was, SIPI ,l 'f"' lfv, t emi-Week- ly trial of the last of his brother's murder A New bulmmriiie Vcmct to llo llullt at gentle horse, suitablo ETifiD OALL, (orAifdles and children to CAT Itnltliuorc. rUUl surrey inIT order. Also one suit GARLAND ers. Rood In a few days, at Baltimore, tho keol drive, and furniture and an Bmtnttton Piano His many relatives and friends con of bed room will bo laid at tho Mutator shipyards of Forte. Apply to Mri M. J. Collins, lluttonville. Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools gratulate Dr. James P. Rifle, of Coving or Lincoln County, subject to the action of the a submarine veFel Hint is intended by its democratic party. , ton, in bis selection as Oitr Medical In Inventor to work wonders in tho ocean A position as clork or to do A7 A M T1 1? F YYA1N 1 HL. any kind of work that is honenector. depths. Tho uoat is to bo built by W. T. est, honorable ahd profitable. Am willing to ork S. Allen & Lyon Bhip(.ed'a bunch of Malstor for the Lake Submarine compa- for a small salary until prove myself fit lor the eWcu finely latted hogs trora tnis ncignDor-hoo- d ny. Simon Lake, a machinist of Balti- position. KecotnmcndMnn Ky. il desired. 34 J la a caudidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, Aicx Stephenson, Stanlord, subject to the actiou oi the democratic party. Tuesday didn't team figures, bu more, is the inventor mid president of the company. The boat is intended for am satisfied that the sellors didn't lose L. & N. I freight purport's and will have a speed any sleep of exultation. nntler water nf eight miles an hour. It Is a candidate for Assessor or Lincoln county 37P No. M, Train going North.. " 13 a o As Madam Gossip Is usually correct is It is said that New Yorkers want to desiring All m " " 3 intended for commercial purposes fence, personsand railing Locust Potts for plank subject to the action of the democratic party. Ho.aS. " cost or wue reiico. can tird foreSouth. i 04 p m bet 150,000 that Pago, 2:09J, will win the in her prediction of veddings-t- ho HO.U, and to restore to commetoo much of tho what they want at my stoio nrarSjCcdar Creel, on " " t 03 pm No. it, Crab Transylvania. casts being so much more prognostic vnlnublo goods lost nt ca. Tho boat the pllto leading from hand aUrclard to Stanford SAMUEL, M. OWENS I alio keep alwavfon good supply of plank QUEEN & CRESCENT. Sales of 12 yearling cattle at $ 11.25 we are encouraged to believo that matri- will bo cigar shaped and will bo bnilt for fencing. All kinds ot lumber for building purSheriffbr Lincoln County, Is a also boards shingles All prrsons and 35 ahecp al $2 are noted in the Dan monial discussions and conversions are of steel. It will bo propelled hi steam poses; any article andthis kind can call on me at ject candidate for or the democratic party. subto the action Xitins pase Junction City aifollowa: of on tho surface and at the bottom of thd mv store near Cedar Creek m NNorth ...3.4a p m ville Advocate. Ko. i South ......11.07 P bb numorous as political. Junei6,6. ...t.oo p m 4 " s ' ......u.09 a m itf G. W SINGLETON. EMMETT aicCOKMACK The Louisville trotting races had to The drouth bui yielded lo the most sea by electiicity from storage batterio. ra " 6 " " 11.35 3S a m 5 " It can bo worked nt a dopth of 100 m "10 " 8.3S P ...6 00 " be postponed three days on account of thorough soaker which has blessed this Is a canJIdate for Asseuor of Lincoln County, feet, which will allow it to go in soma Koti. Not. 4 and 5 and 9 and 10 run no fur- - the stormy woather. neighborhood Bince July. The prayer of plucos out as subject to the action of the democratic party. City, All trains stop mere. r than Junction far as 100 miles from tho Your support is earnestly solicited. will coast. In Mercer, Jones & Ourrens Bold the granger now is that n warm spell It is within this distance, that their entire crop of corn, shucked out in cive Brass a good send oil. Moat farmers most wrecks occur. And see the new Hats at Mis. Dudderar'f Tem31. Tho trial vessel to bo built nt tho ple ol Fashion this week New Legon, nev are well up with their work and nearly the heap, at G5c per barrel. Riley Grannan, the plunger, has all are dlaappointod in the quantity and minister shipyards will bo about 40 feet ,rnd" but &Vw,r.! Is a candidal, for Assessor ot Lincoln County, long aild 10 or IS feet ill diameter. It u'es raaklngdooeln tbelatest lUle andonshott subject to the action or the democratic parly. been ruled off of the Metropolitan Dis quality of corn developed at the shock. ai, u. uuuur.nnn, W. D. is mndo smnll in order to bo transport- nmiic. MRS. KATK DUDDERAR. Robert Tucker has trict tracks tor bribing jockeyB. ed easily to Europe on a steamer after a E3IBRY F. Reid bought of Jerry Briscoe 12 Stauu's faun and will remain with us an- trial in tho port of Baltimore. It will Is a candidate for Assessor or Lincoln Couuly, yearling cattle at 31c, and of P. P. Nun other year. Eminott McCormsck and enrry a crew of six men and will bo casubject to .the action ol the democraUc party, and eariustly asks your support. rooms with Mrs. family havo takon nelley a yearling mare mule for $35. pable of staying on tho bottom 40 hours Mrfiorinack. and John B. Rifle has without ronowJng the nir. Tho openings Jesse F. Cook eold to W. R. Oook 15 ON IMPROVED FARMS C. G. HAKEK yearlings at 31c and bought of various removed to Euiraett'a house. Frank whero tho divers will co out to work of Budd Dunn will bo on tho bottom, and tho water Is a candidate for Asiesior of Lincoln, subject to North has Durchased land parties 30 cilvea at an average of $10. action or the democratic party. Thinking the bo kept out of tho apartments, from In Lincoln county, Ky.,atrj per cent., seml-aWheat jumped up 3 cents at Chicago and is building, preparatory to house- will Dual interest; no commission charged. Address houtbern end or the county Is eu titled to a slice which they will leavo tho boat by uir GKO. W. DAVY. Room 1;, Kenyan lluildlng, ol the pie he asks jour support. Wednesday and speculators think it will keeping. pressure. Powerful clectrio lights will Louisville, K v. For blank applications and furolj.N. Saunders, AtWe have an active McKinley club illumlnato go up to $1, December being quoted now tho ocean bod for 200 or 800 ther Information, inquire MORELAND at OS J. hero, which meets regularly and enjoys feet around the vessel as it goes hunt- torney, Stanlord, Ky. Is a candidate lor Assessor or Lincoln, subject to 8. H. Shanks Bold to WooJs & Lynn rare discussions of the political situation ing for wrecks. There will bo a propelTJin nQ t will take all the hides I can get the your support 35 fat hogs at 23c Dr. J. B. Owsley and by members of both colors. Harry Wil- ler iu tho rear, and when it strikes bot- mULiO. rorcashorln trade tor leather on asksaction of the democratic party. 11. llndly or at E.T. Pence each sold a bunch of same at liams and Frank yowell, a couple of the tom it will run on throo wheels, two of court dara at Stanlord Tanner my home In Chas. Enn.lin, brethren, are reported to have at which will bo furnished with claws, to same price. colored Absolutely Puro.l ns to act as additional propellers. The A new swine plague, after the order tholaat meeting doable discounted Pres! A cream of tartar baking pow- of cholera, is raging in Jessamine, where ident Gardner, of the Lime Kiln Club, operator will stay in tho front, behind or J. W. Having his der. Highest of all in leavening 500 hogs have already died. J, A. Steele In the eloquence and lucidity of their the olectrio light. Tho rclativo nir nud and good bought Itowiand, Adams will Coal Plant A fo:d Residence House In Stanlord. with Ky .1 will at continue the water pressure will bo shown by gauges on earn lot. lor sale. The lot contains strength. Latest United StatesGov-eminen- t lost SO with it. graceful prelude to the masterly for ench. A derrick will bo fastened on Coal llusiocss at said place W T. SAUNDERS views, a acre, and can be easily divided, putting store- will have chaicc of it as he is well known In tnat Report. The peach crop U all harvested, and efforts of Prof. James Thomas, a white tho front end, to bo used in lifting tho endol thecounly . uuui ana rcsKicnte on separate lots. Al reason- am price and en easy terms. Apply to 44 J. n. IltGGINS. the Milton News estimates that at least member, and Mr. Henry Taylor, CaBey's wrockngo. Freight boats will accompaROYAL BAKINGPOWDER-C- O. I. N. SAUNDLRS.ouolord.Ky. JJ" a visitny tho motor boat, being attached liko $100,000 was left in Trimble county from school superintendent, who was New York. trnilors on tho streetcars. Thoy will rethe sale of the peaches. ing brother. After the club had adjournmares, colts and fillies ed the members were entertained at Ben main open whilo tho diver is at work. Forty brood I will from now ou deliver the Stanford Fartery,s averaged $77 at the JPepper horse salt) at Robinson's, one of our worthiest colored Ho will load tho wreckage on tho 3DB. which will swing around and drop Ice regularly every roomistf. Price & Midway. A full sister to Gazette 2:09J citizens. As your scribe knoB of Mary it into tho freight trailors. When they asbrought the top price, $330. Ann's superior meal he doesn't need are full, tho watorwill bo forced out hy 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. Ky. Tho largest trotting ntake in the surance that the physical man held large- the release of compressed air, and tho Any smonnt between 10 and too lbs at kclo. Sole proprietor Deans lUack Diamond Rool futurity, will ly over the mental feasting of that world, Kentucky's $25,000 froightboats will bo made so light that .in mils must positively te paid the first ol ach alnt furnished for palming Wood, K iiKKMEK Metal and Iron Roofs .Satisfaction guarantee they will float to tho surface Phila- tu nth be decided on October, 6th, the first day occasion. Ad roots painted with Dean's Ulack Demand delphia Times. of the big Lexington meeting. Paint guaranteed for years Jealirs In best Cistern Pumps and Galvanise! Iron 1'ili.rs. Ualvan-Ur- d WAYNESBURG. : Ky. A. S. W. L. Moore ha8 in his yard in this and Mack lien Routing wf all kinds. si tt BROKE THE CLOCK. city a very prolific apple tree, which is Office on Lancaster Street, at Rosidence. Rev.N. Slnpmu poached Sunday Surgeon now bearing its Becond crop this Beaoon, in Bro. Davldsou's biesil. Accidental instruction of M'ondvrftll Dentist, & DOC DRYB CAKSOLL OAILEV and is putting forth bloom for a) third. l'lcco of Mrcliniiliin. Mr. Bastin resumeu ni duties at the Ky Winchester Sun. cSj DBfSTE, Anton GiT.ef 's clock wn.s his idol and school here after a two weeU Cutting hemp by machinery hi.8 Imm his fortune. For nine vears ho labored Mr. Willie SimmB is nt ho' Ntar Kallioad Crouitig, East r Depot, Proprietori OfTce over McRoberts' Drug Store m the OwsJey proved a succes in Fayette. A machine, the South, where he has bten for ni ) it and built it in imitation of tho STANrOKD.KY. lluilding. v.c '(Urful Strasburg olook in Gormauy. or rather an attachment to the common ber of months in theemplov of lue U Good, Clean, Cheap ... ... Cm and Hay taken i Time thousand dollars STANFORD, KY. he had spout on In cachaugt. Come and see us. morver, has been perfected which now Stave Co. it and lie valur-- it at $7,000. Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, does the work admirably. Mr. L. U. Gooch is in Louisvuie tutu uw the clock lies iu his homo, 200 roadsters and and prepared tor sale. Good Dr. G. W. Bronaugh sold to Win. week on business. Belknap & Co's man Hudson avenue, a tangle of twisted saddlers bought and sold on commission. half mile track and best stables in the country. 8 Moreland a bunch of 1,200 pound cattle was in towu Monday taking orders of machinery. In 0110 momont Graef saw I dcaJre to at 31c; a bunch of averaging 1.0Q0 lbs. at our merchants. tho hopes of years dashed to pieces. The farms about rent for the year isv; two adjoining Desirable Sukurbin Heme, Centainlnr Tea ik miles Kt of Moreland. in Lin. nunui Kim. Hie. IIUOCUl 3c and a lot of 1,000 pounders of second Bryan club now numbers 8S clock fell front an express wagon to tho coin county, one ccntalniuc iso acres and the oth IMIaMe Dwelling oIHs It eons, and allreo. . eaui Our nccsuarr acres. was ruined. Graof and Ins er iteand aboutAbout ju acres on each farm logo in outbuildings One yard hvdraat and on. fer ... grade at2Jc. corn . . acres In each to co in small members and we do not think that there street aud j Law, Attorney sssemlid, never falliBg tii. 8. Wneil purchased of parties around ever was so much interest taken in an family rofused all comfort and wept ovor grain: balance in grass. Iloth farms well watered. iiiing sioca, ihs .wiimw )'( iictaiari Bit iei Dwelling house ol 7 rooms on ise acre tract And - 1.AS.P BAILEY, Gra6sy Lick 03 head of export cattle, av- oiortinn an in hflins taken at this time. tho mnss of wheels and wires. also good tenant house. Dwelling houte of four Graof had succeeded m producing a rooms on if acre tract. Guod Manloid, Ky. and kwmI eraging 1,500 pounds, at 4 cents'. Morris Tho ronnhlieuna are working for dear boautiful model of tho Strasburg clock. outbuildings on both They will barasrented sepabe Office on Lancaster Stroet, opposite the Court SS rately or n;lhe. either shipped nine car loads, same average, life but we don't believe it will avail Tho machine was nbont six feet squnrv, House. Collections receive especial attention. J- M. CARTER, Mi.. Moreland. Ky C54 bought at 4J. Paris Kentuckian. NATIONAL BANK much as tho people are thinking for magnificently made, and al) tho features Monte Fox sold to J. Sam Owsley, of themselves. of tho original, representing the planet-nr- y Or STANFORD, KY. syatoin, were reproduced with marLincoln, 100 Wayne county feeders, . ... SHELBY & SHELBY, Owing to the fact that we did get no'I weight 1,100 pounds, at $3 50. They were tice that Hon. John B. Thompson was velous exactness. Graof, who is a Capital Stock- - SIOO.OOO Proprietor, J. F. BARKER, was obliged to u.o cxtremo paextra good. He sola Dick Gentry 57 at coming till the day before, not a very tience nnd to exert his mechanical - Surplus... $3 35 and to Granville Cecil 50 at the large crowd was out to hear him on lust powers to thoir utmost Ho studied far Same price. Advocate. Attention ol Friday night, but those that did hear into tho night, nud his interest iu tho - Kentucky. that this is ihe th. public is invited to the far Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. City, only National llaak in Stanford William Williams, of Hardin county, him were well pleased and It is safe to great work bocatno so great that ho Under the provisions of the National Uauk Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Largo O , has a horse seven years old, weighs say s are secured not only by th. capital Turnouts, I'romrt Attention, Very get the hearty support of tho clock as ho would a poil no Reasonable that he will and Commodious sample Kooma. nock, the stockholders liability lor The all democrats, and I think it ia more im- is not iu good circumstances. Ho has to respectfully Kates. A portion of jour patronage Is amount butbv lo the stock, so that depositors aa Halls and office connected by Electric Dells. 2.S0O pounds aud 24 hands high. equal 18 Cm. solicited. Of Pronipt.and polite eervice to guests. 4' this institution ar. secured by a rund of $400,000, largest horseshoe made is No G, and be portant tbat we should electa democratic work at his trade, but in tho niuo yours rive aworn statements of the condition of the bank of his labor 011 tho clock he was enabled are made each yearto the United States governrequires one faur times as large. It takes Uougrees than to elect the president. ment and Its assets are examined at stated titaea THK HUSTLING INSURANCB MAN, by economy to savo tho if 3, 000 that ho 63 feet of material to blanket him. oy government agcote, thus secuiing avldiutoaa and perfect safety to depositors. Reports of casualties from winds and put into the machinery. Boyle county traders and agents F, B. RILEY, Proprietor, This institution, originally established at the Ono day recently ho intended to tako Deposit Itank or Stanlord in 1(38, then have bought over 1,000 feeding cattle in flnmla ennin from Il.BHV DOintS. StaUU tho clock to a schoolhonFo at Hoyuo - - - Kentucky. li.d aa tire National Hank ol Stanford in tM and London. Is Agent tor The Wayne county during the past month at ton, iutheSnenandoah Valley, Va., wus nveuuo and Twenty-secona the Hirst National Dank ol again street for Stanlord in iSSs, has had practically an by n terrible flood Wednesday. exhibition, nud it was whilo loading it Of the number visited from about 3c to 3Jc. JLIie existence of t Co. now with lacilitlca for years. It is better suppliedd ilnre moved to mr new Hotel and am bettti and great damage into tho wagon that n fulse stop on the New transacUng business pren.pt repartd than ever to accommodate the public Monte Fox bought over 300, Woods & Many lives were lobt, ly and liberally than ever before la its long and And The great storm caua-e- part of tho drayman sent it crashing to tood Livery attached and .very convenience de Lynn over 300 and J. M. Sallee & Co. done to property. The honorable career. Accounts of torrxir.tinn. e.i,.. Give tat a Call. sirad. claries, firms and Individuals respectfully 'tolic- FRANK RILXY, the lako ta rise and lbod the city. All tho ground. Chicago upwards of 100 Advocate Aetna emiMed in the valley became The Directory ol this Hank is composed el Tho greatest lot of ever h Company. A. G. I.anham brought together Korestus Reid, Lincoln county; John B. Cattleman. JAPANESE IN MEXICO. will meet in the big raging torrents, aud swept over their Host and Most Favorable Terms oi Iisjracco S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Futurity and In the Kentucky. Rose banks, carrying destruction in their Colony of tho I.lttlo Ilroun SIvii Soon to J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; Croix, Fred Moodv, Bowman, Louise paths. Many people were urowneu anu Ito lJstnlilUhcd. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; of property wore S, II. Daughmanj Lincoln; Mac, Kipg Red, Vipaania, Caid and a half a million dollars : : Negotiations iu tho City of Mexico J. S. Hocker, Stanford; between tho government and representhost of other cracka will try for the rich destroyed. INSURANCE COMPANY events at the big Lexington trots OctoW. A.Trlbble, Stanford; Mrs. William Ulckey, of Evanston, atives of tho Japaucfo Colonization M. D. Klmoie, Stanford; J. D. Meek association havo been concluded for n her brother-in-laber 6 to 10. Ind., met KENTUCKY. T. P. Hill, Stanford;' OF LIVERPOOL. concession of 800,000 acres of land in HUSTONVILLE, There were S00 cattle on the Win- lin, on one ol the principal buainees K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Chiapas. Advices havo been received to OUers his services o tho people ct West Lic-M. J. Miller, Mt..Vernon,Kr chester market Monday and nearly all streets and chastised him with an um- tho effect CoBns J. 8. Hocker, Pretldent tho Japanco company coin and Casey Counties, hull a lock that sold and at higher prices than a month brella before a large number of specta- will proceed at onco to placo Japaucso and Caskets always on hand. Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; D, II Carpenter, Manager. 55 ago. Best 1,000 to 1,200 pound feeders tors. The man ran a block before be esfamilies nnd coolies on tho land for A. McKinney, Asit.Cashitr MANAGERS, brought 3, a lot of 39 of 1,000 pounds caped from the woman, who broke her growing coffee, cotton and tobacco. Mrs. Uickey The laud is given to tho Japaucso conaverage sold early in weapon over hu head. day Commerce Building, Louisville. a few hours later at the cows at 3 10 and Baid Mecklin had slandered her. tingent upon making completo surveys and oxen 3; Co Agents Throughout tho South. By abstaining from liquor for five and the settling of a given number of brought 2 to 2J; good to extra mule colts, Farm No. 1 contains 191 acres In Washington Or STANFORD, KY., $25 to f 40. 100 sheep were sold at 2Jc years, George Crocker, of California, families with ten years, onch family to county, Ky . the greater part of which it in grass; Itnovrfullyjorganaed and reidy for butlneti wilt well watered; with good improvements, includof land. a (ortuue of half a million be- receivo a small tract A. S. Thompson delivered yesterdiy to ateps into The details of tho concession havo ing new metal roof tobacco barn for 10 acre crop, is pronounced farm Is situated in local agent, Mose Kahn 04 ctttle, wt. 1,517 for N. P. queathed by bis father on that condition been agreed upon by the Mexican au- This district in Kentucky what White Hurley the Paid up Capital of -5200,000. for host every Comfortable rcsldeuco house. the 2u,000. Stanford, - - - Kentucky. Vanmeter at 4c, and for Sam Willis, Jr., and he is to getho bosame amount the for- thorities aud tho Japunoso. nnd meroly Farm No. a contains 300 acres in tame locality, Jjurplus, . abstains till wt. 1.5G7 at the same price. Winchester five years that 37tf await ratification. It is the intention of with brick ilrellinir. L.arge siock nd tobacco SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Democrat. tho Japaucso, according to Government barns. One of the best !tnprocd farma in the tune is exhausted. BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing upl with the same assets ani San Francisco. George Reeves, sent up Commissioner of Commerce und Indus- county. Portland" John and ucdei The merchant who wrote the followthe same management. are in fine stale of preseivntlon, well Iloth ..To the., By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are from Thompkinaville for 31 years each try Shoeuoinuto, to run steamers from watered farma fenced. Close to R. it. depot, schools, ond as ing, which we find in an exchange has fully protected aa aio depositors in National ecaled the walls cf Yokohama, via Honolulu, to Mexican market and On a tine turnpike. Banks, Ita shareholdera being held individually our sincere sympathy. Ho has confessed for robbery and Brson, ports for tho double purpose of developFor information apply to ana lelt lor liaole to the extent of the amount of their stock J.N.SAUNDERS, like a little man, and we hope ho may theFrauklort penitentiary ing commerce and pioviding communi.........Via 'ihe Stanford, Ky, therein at the par value the rool, in addition to the 10 parts unknown. Tnis makes four amount invested in such shares. It m .. cation between the Japanese colony nnd get another start in the world: "You'd executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fullr at in two weekB. the home country. The Maimers would M.S. IlAUGIIMAN. scarce expect one of my age in merchanJ. W. Hauciuiax, an individual. swept over tou To thote who entrutted their buiiincss to us t tho most convenient American The hurricane ji n r w h imMiri iii'.Nev, U3ii'r?i ntctZhixWi dising to engage, and hope to get a pay- Brunswick, Ga., tore whichber moorinxs port. San Fraueiseo Chronicle, while rnnagitiK the Lincoln National Uankol from Stanford, we wo here tender our many thanks aal isa JHHWB ! nil htt i inii'Uff ing trade without the local paper's aid. fought with the trust tbey will continue to trantact their business 'wl& with us, offering as aguarautee lor prompt attenAnd yet I did that very thing; I opentd the famous Monitor that Giants Arc .Scarce 1)) louisvuu mimi minbu and caused the tion to n.e,oiir twenty yeara' experience ia PROrRIBTOKSup a etoro last epring, this month the Confederate Merrimac banking and at liberal accommodaUona as are conDr. Charles L. D.ma of Now York change in the armament of the navies of sistent with sound banking, Dining Car Route From sheriff took my stock, and sold it from that gigantic staturo, anything & SA)LE over 'J feet 10 or ho, is a dieeaso and the auction block. Don't view me with the world. dihictoxi: JoneB, agod 70, while Btand- - httitos that fcinco 1700 there havo not J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; -J- ames a Bcornful eye, but Bimply siy as I pass S. II. Shanks, Kouts, Ind., was been over 100 veritable giants in tho by. There goes a man who eeerna to ing in the depot at J.S.. Owa!ey, Stanlord; - - Kentucky. on the head by a mail eack thrown world, tvo far us known. think, he has no use for printer's ink. struck S.J, Embry, Stanlord; Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled receiviug injurThere is a truth as broad as earth, and from a Panhandle train, J. B. Owsley, Stanford; Sleepers of Modern Pattern. hold In America, hlsldeatb half an J. r Cssb, Stanford; II yon need livery give ut a call. Nothing out For maps or any Information, address business men should know its worth; 'tis ies which resulted in It is auLouncerl that one of Titian's turnouta will leavo our stable. See ut WiulimIi;eoshSlaDlord ; hour later. E. H. BACON REID,i) simply this: The public buys its goods or rttcs.Inour TRANK J. f D. P. A A. W.:Ctrpenter,Mllle(!,evill1 S. mail is carried only once taafcterpieees, "The Itupo of. Europa," G. l Agent, The U. from those who advertise." Louisville which was originally painted for Philip Chicago. W.Jd;Cummtnt,:Prachori , BLACKSMITH SHOP. days between Juneau and Circle II of Spain, has been sold to a purchaser in 45 8, H. Shanks, riiiie-eatCe sure to call for is SOS mileB A child was born at SedallB, Mo', City. Alaska. The distance Monon Route. Or; JAP. OwsJerJCsihlsr, work and sstisfrctory in tho United States at a very high Will guarantee W, M. Bright, Teller. prices. Tiy our horse shoer. St Paul. with a full set of teeth. Denver. and the pay for the round trip is $1,700. price. I I Wheat has jumped up 10c in the last two weeks. PabllBbod Every Tuesday and Friday Gen. 0. M. OUy eold 10 Southdown AT sheep at auction at 14.05. J3 PER YJCAJt IX .YD VANOK 0. B. Raid's Balk Lino beat a field of tWWhen not aopaid 32.50 will be charged.12 at Oakley Tuesday, lie sold G to 1. W. J. Audrews thinks that Star PoinK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ter will go in 2:00 before the season closTralnsleave Stanford al 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 es. W. II. Underwood Bold at Lancaster p. m., returning at 4:jP- m., and glaop. ra. court Monday tbreo mule colts at $20 to LOCAL TIME CARD. - Interior Journai IARM AND TRADE ITEMS. TO HUNT FOR WRECKAGE. II . Kidd is at Columbia attending KIDD'S STORE. OA.L1 I hve received a Fresh of Salt and will sell Seven Bushel Uarrels at Si. 40 Isaac Hamilton, Rowland, Ky. O A T HP 1, I Car-Lo- ad SAM W. MIvNEFEE Il a Caadidat. f 01 Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic pa ty. sub- SINGLETON GREEN I I 1 FRANK 2STOTICE J. F. IIOIDAItI - - Com. One, Corns All. rOyai Wbb'o"'.". P. ELKIN JOE T. M Mar-rtnr- pt MONEY To LOAN n 1 WIIXIAM POWDER Otten-halt- s. NOTICE RESIDENCE FOR SALE. e store-hom- W. B. PEinrsr, IOUo J. T. JOITBS, Stanford, dor-ric- k, Tin Sheet Iron Works, mem-orab- lo 1 Dentist, Stanford, PRICE, 11 CTOEIi SOIT, BAILED vm-Mio- Stanford, DEALERS IN COAL, A TrainJujj and dale Stable First-clas- s 1 -- ' l Two Farms ForRent. FOB, SAKE. rr ! a l 1 W, S. BT7HOH, at .. - Stanford, Kentucky. - FIRST BARKER HOUSE, -- , car-poute- r, Somerset, Kentucky. Props. Livery, Feed and Snlc Stable, first-Clas- 23,700 Junction THE RILEY HOUSE m. w. jomrsossr, Ins. Accident Insurance d York ustmct-rupte- d v Tjmee-IIeral- J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, of BMBEE S CSSTLEHM. 5 A- - Two Farms For Sale. Farmers BanMTrnst W. A. THflBBIiU, o. NOBTMWJEST I ea - iSWRSSfiS ps imifi mARHW ma-Onl- y, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- TO CHICAGO. OYERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, ss first-cla- "' firs't-cla- ts "tShwS6c t