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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896100901 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. Ei Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER HUSTONVILLE. 9.-1896. NO. 64 church chimes. Rev. W. 8. (Jrinmead will go to Kingsvlllo to n!Kln (or the purpoje of organizing a Methodist church. The Lexington IinI9tef8,, Union mot in the Y. M. 0. A. rooms in that city and ottered prayer (or a pure election. Rev. W. S. Grlnstead will preach at Walnut Flat Sunday afterdoon at 2:30. Services will be held in tho new Metho-dl- at n Rev. J. U. Fence and wife will meeting at Sugar Grovo school-hous- o a Saturday night. It will continue he-Ki, LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY, to-da- y, Srymi j!ui, of ttila town, now has hii itnrnllment of ovr 300 and meeta every Saturday fcfumoou. Rev. Halt,?, ot the M. E. Church South, ha ti'uu as iiiid to our work. HocouuR tous with flittering represon-tation- n. Tho church. a week or more. Hbv. J. A. Dickson has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Williamsburg Ohrlstinn church, which has been without a paator for two yesrB. A St. Loula priest has aued ono of his parishioner for 15,000 damages because ho asid that the old fellow was making love to a young member of hla flock. A prominent citizen of Chattanooga is to be tried by tho male members of fl the Baptist congregation to which ho belongs, on the chargo of violating tbo church's Uwb by aecuring u divorce on statutory grounds. At the anuual election held Sunday at the Paris Church to elect n paator, Eld. J. S. Sweeney wB chosen by tho largest vote ever cat. With January 1, 1697, Elder Sweeney will enter on hia 27th aucceaiivo year as pistor of tho Paris Christian church. Rev. T. T. Eaton, who believes that the command "Sutler not your women to speak," snould be tnken literally, created a sensttlon at the Louisville mlnie-ter'- a meeting this week by objecting to an addresa before them by n woman, Baying: "I am opposed to hearing this wo mtu. ItUunscriptur.ilor a wotnau to addreta a body of men in an olliclal ca parity." Suveral of tho preachers were in favor of hearing the woman, but tho objections were too pronounced. "If you fellows Intend to raui tint thing ilon my throiit," hald Dr. Eaton, "you cin do it, but I'll not hear her " SOMEWHAT LOCAL. The jury to try Downing, for killing Hueadl ut Harrodsburg, had to bgotnn humilng out Whil- its mother w clothrs, an infant ehilil ol Tom Kirby, living near Orlaiido, crawled tn the tub elands, fell tn and wai drowned. John T. DlUehay died Biuldenly at Fine Knot, whro bo was engaged in ooal mining, lie leavta a widow and three children who live In Danville. W. F. Oroley died of heart disesae In Whitley. IIh wsb one of the wealthiest fanners lu the county, wan about 50 years old and .leaves a wlfd and seven 'children. A second klU'CtloQ has come to Dr. I.S.Warren, of Somerset. Six weeks ago he lost his wife nud Tuesday Irs daughter, Misa Fattie, died after a abort Illness. Jelllcoeullered a severe tire Tuesday. All tho buildings on Commercial block, except the hotel burned, including J. O Sullivan, loa f 1.000; Jellico Clothing Co., 15,000; S. W. from Hoyle. Kxkaril, $3,000; S. O. Wat-kin- s, $2,000; Brown's ailoon, Mays A Co., J 1,200. GO 2,600 nnd THERE, YOURSELF. OlTKNHXIM, Oct. 8. I uotice that tho Highland correspondent a statement that nil the siys that the need is n little enllghtment to make thorn vote for Bryan aud free silver, is doing the German colony a gieat lojubtlce. lie Is personally acquainted with most of them aud finds them to be already enlightened on that as they are onmoatallBubjscts. I wiah ho would know hia own prty now. Ho says their platform la for gold and Bllver. They Burely need enllghtment how their platform rends. He says further if any of the harariguers of that party wants to learn something send them to Otten-helHere wo are! Wiv Dautachen haben due uahmllcho recht riber Golt and Silber zu aprecheu wlo der Arnori-kaneDieses ist uin freia land, wlr haben auch dnsz recht am 3 tea November nach die wahl zu.gohen, uud unBore ticket, zu fordorn und in dem boot, zu goheu unden stompful zu nebmon un den Uahn Einon guttou festen fuss macheu da mit er fest ateth dank dafz dier Ein ffoiB laud let dank da6z dlo Deutechen brancben sick nicht Ziehen la6on von Einer partes.. Ilia mit kan Uulghlnud aeln aufang machen. Oommorclal's Gtr-'tnnr. hot-te- n PERSONAL. Ik tho grave of Benedict Swopo, who nrenehod in Lincoln and Garrard Go. Ky., and is auppoaed to have died at tho home of hia Hon Jacob bwope, can ue found in any of tho old homo burying prounda. a creat favor will bo confered on his deaendantB by communicating tho Mra. Elizi Sffooo Pitkin, 450 Washington Boulevard, Ohicago, 111. !,.. A flno mule oolougmg to Dr. Hugh Reid had one of its legs cut off while pul. Hog a corn cutter yesterday. At Ben Franklin, Tex., a man and hla daughter wore brutally aeaaulted by robbers. The lather died of his injuriee. Judge II. B. Lindsay, of Knoxvilln, A large crowd is expected to hear WILLIAM SHELTON, President. is billed for here next Saturday. This Hon. Allen O. Meyers ( rhurB- Thorough courses in Ta-:hOreek, French, Enjr'ish, Student!!!?. 7. All specialists. digit'liml judge ol tho supremo court of day), in this city. Situtted la tho famous B'ue Mathematics, Natural and Miral Sciences, Music, Art and K locution Tenni-eiefir h&alttifu nes of cliiiU", beauty of scenery, refiaenent The fiscal court met on Monlay and Grass section ol Kentucky; should stay at home au J inus- FallSiMslonopnsSsptombar 7. nfrdec dinx where yu wilt set-- your daughters ter the strangling survivors of Tennesfoe allowed about 2,500 worth of claims. ofnjacty. be sure to write for Our Now Oattttoyas. next year, MBS. NAVNIB S. SA.TJF0E7, V.U I'cacloit, Stnford. Ky. tf n republicanism against Bob Taylor. His They also elected Di. 11. M. Grant e. eervice here will be wasted. It la hoped for the -- John S. Goodo hoe resigned tho poJudge Burnsido is still conGnod to that Hon. J. D. Black will come from sition of uliloriiia i ho has so long nharml Columbia and show him tho error of his hia bed by tho wounds received four with our other excrlient city ftuhers. No wy. weeks ago, when Hamilton killed Knox, : reason given , Mrj. Minnie L?o and daughter, Mies and his recovery is doubtful. W. W. Bruce baa been ciUed to Daisy, returned On Wednesday, G. F. Allen and Mies from Louisville Monday. conduct a meuiing at Bro. liaruib' old E. S. Stagg, of Husconville, whs hero this Lula Conn, two highly respecUble young etiurch. in FhIkhki. Rjv. J. R. week on a Hiding expedition. Hon. people of Cirtersville, this county, were Window Glass, Paints and Oils Cheaper than ever sold ::! Uuok Is the ptMor. Geo E. Stone is attending tho Marion united in theaaured bonds of matrimony, before. Kv. W.L. WiiliHinV text nxt Sab- circuit court. Meejra. John W. Whlpp, by Elder George Gowen, at the county bath Ml be "The Gain la GriMter Than Fat Whlpp and Dr. O. L. Herrin are at clerk's office. v the Loee." Fol.owtog Ss.ibbath lie will Lebanon. Mips Eatella Hudson is Samuel J. Tilden's favorite expresrespond to an luvitatiou to preach at F.Wilkinson's W. B. Coch- sion was, "I have confidence in the peoTurneraville, subject, "Ohrlstiau ran, one of our attorneys, has been out ple." If this applies now Bryan muBt Societies aud Organs " on Snnke Ridge, at hia home of other be right, the crowdp which gather Guaranteed the Best. Now is the time to buy. J. W. Allen returned from Paris days, rusticating. to hear him Indicate clearly that the peowith greater uumbor, of the herd of It was reported that the republicans ple are on his side. feeders he drove there in search of a would have a speaker here Tuesday, but In the police court. Judge Totten finsatitUctory market. The confidence in no ono could tell who be would be. When ed Jim Anderson, Tilden Dailey and By10 McKlnley'H election, and the pecuniary the time arrived no ono appeared, so ron Patterson SI and cost, each, for ! Far-l- a Judge Belden fruitions promised, haven't reached A warrant was issued for olHoiAted. It is thought drunkenness. & yet. Dave Al!enanu Walker Lyons that the report was circulated to get the Green Todd and John Beckner, for shipped two cara fat stock Tuesday. judge a crowd that he might again in pit- shooting in the town, on last Sunday, Uriah Dunn started a car load of horses eous tones deliver his badly gotten up, but they have left for parts unknown South sftino day. stereotyped, newspaper, d and no tearB are being ehed. The McKmley rlub Is composod harangue that causes many to Thuraday morning, about 7 o'clock, principally of colored member, but a to leave the room ere be hardly begins. G H. Locbane and Mies Lida McKinney, .DEALERS IN. favored white brother is occasionally fur- The democrats hold a love feast every of Winchester, were married at the Ma- .1 nished the countersign and enabled to time the judge gets off that perpetual, son Hotel by 1 ' . George Gowen. They iLros-nwcals- , I --U c u uio, pAsa the armed sentinel who guards the pro- had driven here from Richmond, at repeating, newspaper regular nocturnal meetings. Our neigh- duction, which gains them more votes which place they intended to marry, but bor, John Diuwiddie, wai an honored und does them infinitely more good than feared that an arrest would be made. Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. 4 visitor Ht last meeting, it Is reported. It could Joo Blackburn. On thh occasion They are good looking nod intelligent. was reported that Cole Carpenter win when the judge gave vent to hia political A democrat has no moro right to vote suspected of eavesdropping at last meet- (non) knowelege, our worthy county against tho nominee of his party, than a ing, and had h close call for bis lifo as be Hiiperiutendent, Prof. P, II Taylor, soldier has to refuse to obey orders given 3f-Give us a call aud be convinced. whm recognized by the guard aud would known rh Henry, nnd also of from the general in command of au arhave been shot but for timely interuosi-lio- n Kidds Storo and Mt. Salem fame, was my. We should stop saying "silver of a member who knew Cole's igpresent, and it was serenely hoped that men" and "gold men" and say "demonorance of the character of the The tariff istie would lit lliw the forenmc eloquence crats" and "republicans." to which he had been directed in of his bWck .letter oratory, but alas, that sue and many other questions have erecthis search for Uborer engaged. Cole hope, as many others, perished. ed an eternal barrier between tho parys all that he heard was n colored ties. OVER DOINU THE THING. brother ranting about a 50 cent dollar. Squire W. II. Kinnaird and wife will Mr. iianonncvs, thus, to the RililoMld Wmthnj Ifuir Ea celebrate their golden wedding olomeut that is so solicitous about the Thursday. They havo lived happily tofJwjt to Dnilh WtiliiKj Mc Kinky. number of cents tbnt will enter into the gether for 50 yeare, amassed a good share Mr. G. M. Lane, of Shelby City, has sliver dollar, that he is ready and anxious received tho following letter frpm bis of this world's goods and raised a largo We have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Lowest to pay 05 cents for every 50 cent dollar brother, M. F. Line, who lives near Can- and highly respectable family, some of Prices they will be sold. bronchi him -- mid will pay more rather ton, O. It bears date, Sept. 29: After a whom have become quite prominent' than have n customer think him greedy. time I will write you again. We were The fquire h the oldest bank cashier in Jolly John Hopper, of Ferry yille, Is cut otl the road the last day of August for Kentucky, having even taught the lato a temporary acquisition to the free silver political effect This road is for McKin-le- John W. Proctor. oliHiiiplons of etiitf place, whilst visiting The good ladies ol this city, hav out and out, but by turning men off t)i8B'etT, Mrs. W. W. Bruce. Jimmie on tho eve i'f an election to circulated a petition, which baa been make times Cook's cheerful presence wan a feature of hard as possible, they think that will signed by a number of citizens, requestthe tlrst of the week, as was Miss Kate's help Mclvinley, but it is making Bryan ing the city fathers to pass au ordinauce vIbU to town last Saturday and Suudav. hundrtdi of votes and the indications are requiring the marshal to ring the "curFrol. B. F. BUkeman, of Danville, a forfew" on all boys, under IS years of age, now Bryan may carry Onio. Tbia mer educator of distinction here, aud a fall went 27 republican, but tbia who aro found on the streets after S Mr. Clemens, of Lebanon, make regular fall will give Bryan a majority of per- o'clock at night, requiring them to tell pilgrimages to Hiidtonville in their en- haps 50 votes. of this is Gov. Bradley, of Ken- their business. The intention thusiastic study of the scientific laws of tucky, upoke at good, as the boys ebould give an account Zinesville but magnetism, nihility, assimilation and not a man double Scotch Solef."1 went from here. The farmers of themselves to somebody, especially if homogeneity. Mrs. Carroll Carpenter seem their parents do not require them to do McKin-ley'- a to have their oyes opened. mt sister, Mrs. Milton Rudolph, of silver record in Congress don't take so. Wichita, Kaa , left for home last Monday very well and they can't get him oil his after a visit to their mother, Mrs. MarMISSIONA RY CON I 'ENTION. door step to make a speech. They have garet McCorii)ack,Hiil tht ir brother, Program for Lincoln County Chrissome big crowds in Canton, but thoy are Ed Carter, of Stanford, pild his all radrosd employes passed there and tian Missionary Convention to be held at On all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, half single old town a short visit this week. The back and paid their day's wages to yelp Goshen, Saturday, Oct. 17: Scotch Soles. shadows ot the knoni along the nile of for 10 a. M., devotional exercises. Mclvinley. They have to go or lose Lincoln St. Astph's Rivulet -- ce'tiinly An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress 10:15, address, Need, by fcayGents' Furnishing Goods, &c. their jobs, but all the same lots of them prove an appetizing change from the will vote right for Bryan when tho time Eider B. J. Pinkerton. Yours for Bargains, Goods. miasms of old Hanging Fork If judged comes. 10:45, address by E.der Y. T. Brook, Vy El's inc. o.a.-- as'oirdupois. A Living Faith. Stakkjiui 1'unuc Scuool.TIib followThe admirers of John G. Carlislo 10:15, Dr. W. M. Doores, Missionary. predicted that he woilld jump at a ing is the Hall of Honor of the pupils or hore, 11:45, Report of Evangelist. OUR STOCK OF chnticu to demolish any free silver cham- Mr. E. L. Grubba' room, of Grades V DINNER. pion in j lint debat i, aud that Joe Black- and V, IV and IV for tho month ending 1 v. m., devotional exercises. burn wou'd b) tho jucieat morsel that Oil. -- i, All the pupils, whose general 1:15, Ed. George Gowen, Our Text could beturoished him. Hla declination average equals S3 or more are entitled to Book. totne-Jon in both a tdunniug eurprise luve their names placed on the Roll of 1:15, Elder W. L. Williams, and bitter distppoiutmant to that wing Honor. Some who would havo gotten 0 1 the Rill, misled sjme examination Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the ol ono time Carlisle democrats who 2:15, Elder J. L. Allen, The Gospel for 0 account of the diphtheria scare: him the Ajixof democracy, and residue the World. are taught to esteem him the Grade V, Susan VauArsdale 94; Pearl from churches. 2:45, Reports ablest exponent of tho McKiuley Aid Gentry 93; Susie Saunders Qi; Susie P. W. Cartrii, Ohmn. Hatcher and James Phillips 92; Maggie Societv. A moment's critical consideraTaking Stephen A. Douglas' advice tion of the proposed debate eliminates Hales and Annie Massey 91; Oaswell all surprise. It would prove humiliating SaulUy Ul); Mary VanAradale SS; Eflie given in his recent pointless Bpeech as a You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. to stand beside hia former colleague be- Deduian and Alfred Pence 86; Lawrence text, tho Richmond Pantagrapb enlarges fore n Kentucky audience and endeavor VanArsdale S3. on it in this fashion: Grade V uud IV, Aunie Frederick 93; 's to bhovv the inconsistency of Then "Keep your shirt on." Keep consistency in pursuing the Lutie Massey SS; Ella May Newland 85. it on at home; keep it on in tho Btreet; Grade IV, John Laaley 93; Frank Hue of b.ittlo they aboalder to about-der- , keep it on in the highway, at church, at 94; Ida iielden 92; Katherine n court, at political demonstrations nnd evcharged the enemy so bravely and "T 90; Myrtle O'Dannon S5. victoriously, aud the impossibility toy inerywhere. , Number enrolled in Mr. Grubba' room jJatfB Commenting on the awkward homily, M dicate Ids present alignment with the enMetal Roofing-emy may have moro to do with tho re- 55, number on Roll of Honor 20. The the funny man of the Cynthiana Demofusal than the ilivor of treason and ven- diphtheria scare has reduced the weekly crat says: ality that alwnvd attaches to apostasy in average from 105, in Septembor, to 77 in From this one is led to believe the olliclal circha. Strong in the justice of October. There is no danger, so those Pantagraph's readers are in the habit of " " his cauao the champion gives battle pupils who are losing lime should be taking their shirts ofl' at very inopporShingles, Etc. aguinat an army of enemies, and deliea sent back or they will be thrown back tune times. Madison county people, and E. L. Gnunus. grade. the world. That Joe Blackburn is not a into a lowor especially these who reside in RichA- - c- -worthy f jeman, socially, can not "btand. mond, were generally euppoeeu to be l A CuMtinan operation waa and if in contrast n montul pigmy, how quite "awell" bo far as'drPEa is concernperformed on Mra. Joel Higgina at much easier the vanquiahmeut. Mr. CarIt is a surprise, tbereforo, to learn It Is rare for both mother and ed. they are in the habit of removing lisle has furnished valuable ammunition that to tbia operation, bui n to the reasoning element ot the loyal child eurvive their shirte, which "contain much," in this case, the bibv, a lino boy, and tho the street, at church and at court. At damocincy, in that a suspicion naturally are both doing well, and tho BYattached of h political'and olliclal obliq- mother church, especially, wo are inclined to doctora think both will live. A peculiar would appear to uity no less than the moral imperfections tho congregation of tbia case ia thatMra. Uiggiiis think rrvj which were so charitably condoned by feature disadvantage with tho men Bitting boldly ia 42 years old aud her younuest child ia the masses of political enemies as well as 17. in their undershirts or in the altogether, friends, when beforo his constituents for At Atlanta a hypnotist made a sub- and the womeu minus tbeir shirt walste, iudoreement and preferment. J. T. B. ject imagine he waa a monkey. He grab- In the eummer there might possibly be bed a hat otr a man in the audience and Bomo compensation in the way of com'oquirj Thomas was swtenced at bit a piece out of it. The professor and fort, but as a general rule there can be And Funeral Director. Helms, Ala,, to life imprisonment for hia buaineas manager declined to make no reasonable excuse for it. murdering Kmm Kent. The murdered good the cost of the hat, and the hypnotWhen the Pantagraph grows serious Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, it is comical, and when it tries to be Also carry a nice line ot Harness, woman lived with Thomas as his wife, ist waa prosecuted. Tho charge waa Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. county arises to a man lie forced her to get inside of a hollow and tho hypnotist waa bound ov- comical Madison Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e and weeps. bg and thero cut her throat. er. Ltt-n- . phya-Iciapoor-hous- TH3 ST-&.2TFOB.D FEMA.LUCOLLEaB, ,foXw!c'3::co:w:ox . WINDOW QLYVSS ! Pit-gat- I i. visit-itiuga- tJ READY MIXED FAINTS W. B. MoB.OBEB.TS. i:if.;.;xc,i--,icxoi,.j5l I Eu-dea- vor ae-le- ct Courier-Journalize- CRAIG HOCKER. Uxls, P W I t E-de- g, IJrugs, - - t It k Pays to Deal with a Cash Housb. J t, Ih Chark Wnseler Emporium. y Iowl-shipla- st Smith & Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and Calf, 6?-Wi- th Em-met- t. Drew Selby & Co.s' 'Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, CHARLES WHEELER The-Essenti- SUMMER GOODS AT 1 to-d- ay imm THAN - (C0OTo B'ack-burn- W. P. TATE, - Stanford. Bar-ne- tt Mer-aho- Doors, Sash and Blinds, fj j. 3- wJP- - SINE, Stanford, Ky. eucct-ssfu- Ltx-lugto- n. UNDERTAKING -- J M') Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmer VOJJRT, Bti8-tain- BRYAN AND SEWALL JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Of Ntw Castle. Ghoeqia baa answered Maino and in no uncertain tones. With a populfst ticket in the field and the so railed sound money democrats and republiOct. 9, 1896 Stanford, Ky., cans fighting the democratic ticket for all they could, Gov. Atkinson's majority is at least 40,000 and may go to 60,000, the W. P. WALTON. latter being double that of two years ago, and yet he received fewer votes than Tor Picjident and the rest of the ticket. Nothing else was expected but that the State would go democratic. The only thing to crow over is the increased majority, which more than discounts Maine's, which was For Judge of the Court of Appeals 88 certain to go republican. smi- - Weekly interior Joiml I nt Tom Watson doesn't seem to have been ablo to carry his State either. It is horse and horse between bim and Sowall now. Benton McMlliio, valter traveling with Bryan for 10 day 8, Bays that Kentucky is no longer doubtful, and that Bryan will carry every Southern Btate Only two voters registered as National domocrata at Owensboro, the rest of them no doubt went tbe whole bog and had themselves put down as repub-llcanCol. Ion B. Nail, democratic nominee for mayor of Louisville, offered to withdraw if Mr. Jacob would Rccept the party's nomination, but tho offer was declined. Bourko Cochran is credited with this idiotic remark: "Tho day after McKinley shall be elected I oxpect to oppose him ns of old. Until then I Bhall work Emery Hardin attempted to climb the picket fence of a church yard in Fleming county and slipping, disemboweled himself. Tbo Sells Bros., of circus fame, have bought a large ranch in California and will grow elephauts, lions and reptiles on Money To You ! The scarcity of money and the old familiar cry ol hard times make no change in the business at the it for their menagarie- - ' The large purchases of this store of Fall Goods have been coming in It takeB a woman to spoil a bluff. In Ohio the other day a burglar entered the for about 1 5 or 20 days and are still coming. We are better preparhome of a man and bis wife. The hused this Fall to give you For Congress, band jumped up and called to his matter of fact companion to "hand him the gun B. THOMPSON, quick." "Why you haven't got any gun," Mercer. was her innocent reply and then the for him." Tho Seventh district democratic burglar knowing bis business, went through tho house and appropriating committeo has'recalled tho delegates to Than ever before. Bargains in every department, Read each item $150 and some other things to his own the Congressional convention and ancarefully: use, left the couple to dlecusa the ques- other attempt will be made today to tion whether it is well always to be so nominate a candidate. All wool novelty dress goods, worth 40c at How any man with any claims to de25c Col.T. P. Hill spoke to a largo crowd truthful about tho gun business ' mocracy or decency can get hia conaent All wool Serge and Henriettas, all colors, worth 35c at 20c at London Monday and Col. Breckinto vote (or Davison for Congress is inex- or not. Fancy Plaid Dress Gingham, worth SJc, at Sc being ablo to fi his appointridge not plicable, upon any other hypothesis than Logan Oarlislk, son ot hia father, ment at Pineville he was pressed into Latest Novelty Persian Percales, worth I24c, at 10c bavins started to the devil by the third printed a card in answer to a challenge service and alao spoke there. Ladies' all wool Broadcloth, 52 inches wide, suitable for Capes party route, he is determined to sink as from a Negro to debate with him, sayThe New York Herald, a gold organ, low as possible in the political scale. ing it was and Suitings, worth $1, at 65c not as great an insult as Sena- says that McKinley will be elected by What good could it possibly do anybody tor Blackburn's cballengo to Blankets, per pair secre13 votes It counts Kentucky, Indiana, 10x4 the 75c but himself to eeud Davison to Congress? tary. The Washington correspondents Illinois and several other States that the Comforts, good lengths 48c seat made He wonld rattle around in the pretend to think that whole buckets of democrn's claim, for the great protection Good Jeans, worth 20c, at famous by McCreary and others and gore will be spilled over tho matter, but ist. draw the 15,000 or so a year, but after Eiderdown, all colors, worth 50c, at 30c Capt Sam Boone says in the Somerit is doubtful if Senator Blackburn will that what? Uncouthed, unlettered and notice Ladies' Dongola, pat. tip, worth Si. 50, at dirty fling, except perhaps to set Reporter: We understand that Col 9SC the unmannered he would be the laughing treat the offense as he did Senator Chan- T. P. Hill, of Stanford, has brandished Ladies' Grain and Gl. Grain Lace Shoes at 95c blush stock of the concern and bring the dler's on a memorable orcisir-n- . his llyning sword and is now on tbe Gents' Fine Shoes $1 to $$ of shame to those who have the honor stump playing second fiddle to tho and reputation of the district at heart. Best plow shoe in town for only Some of McKinley's enthusiastic visi$1 and McKinley combination. He represents all that ia ignorant and vi- tors at so much per enthuse actually Harrison spoke to an cious in politics and stands for a party, kissed the great protectionist and finan with cial straddler the other day. Henry Clay audience at Richmond, Va., Monday pcrcont. which has nothing in common democrats, even of the new order of pure I is credited with the assertion that he had night, estimated at 0.000, directing most and ondeGled, who hug the delusion to rather be right than president. The as- of hia efforts to a eulogy of President THE JOSEPH PRICE INFIRMARY. We simply invite you to call and examine our stock of Suitings, Chitheir breasts that they possess all of the sertion continues to echo down the cor- Cleveland for suppressing the riot at To th Kilitor ol the Interior Journal. Trousers and Coats and if we can't save you money on them we don't cago and of tho importance of maintain honestv, patriotism and purity of the ridors of time and we hereby and hereon Please allow mo euilicieut apace in ask you to buy. party from which they have bolted. Dav- propose to send another on its echoing ing law and order. Registration shows largo republican your paper to say something about the ison in Congress would be like a knot on course; viz, namely, to wit: We had rathgains all over the State. That pirty is Joseph Price Infirmary. And what I a log or a wart on a nose and the man er never be president than have a ntisty always prompt to do what tho democrats shall Bay ia intended not for those alone who votes for him to spite the demo- man kiea us. put oil to the last moment or neglect en who live outs de, hut for tho citizens of cratic party ought to be made, if perStanford an well. I am sincere when I A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Mr. Bryan continues his triumphal tirely. The republicans are said to have chance he is elected, to go to Washingsay that I do not believe our pwn people 1G3 in Danville and to have Richton and stay there to suffer the mortifi-catio- tour of the country, drawing the largest gained T. D. RANEY, Manager. know and appreciate as they should and humiliation, he would be crowds eVerseen and creating an enthu- mond nailed by 53 plurality. Mawhat they havo in tbia institution. Hon. Arthur Sewall haa at last Branch Stores: bound to feel with such a representa- siasm never before witnessed. At Inhia letter of rcceptance of tho Chi- ny daily from the town and vicinity tive. dianapolis he made five speeches in one He como and are "shown through," and yt t Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthianu, Good democrats will vote for John B. day to crowds that contained acres and cago nomination for vico president. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, gold standard as perni- even a visit and a goiug through can not Thompson, the party's accredited stan- acres full of people. Notwithstanding denouncf s the calamity that the severe strain on him, mentally and cious, and a menace to the future pros awaken a full appreciation of what tbe dard bearer and avert the and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. Infirmary really is and the advantages certain former democrats are making pop, physically, he holds up wonderfully and nprity of the country, and claims the which It atlords. One must needs he sible. claims to feel better than when he be- Chicago platform to bo the best of anv an inmate and receive attention and benmade during the campaign, and says that efits aa such before a proper idea can be After being kicked out by the repub- gan his remarkable itineracy. ho wi.l stand on it with both feet. lican committee 7 to 1, George Denny had of what our town affords iu this reThe Frankfort Capital haa got George John B. Thompson, silver candidate spect. has finally gathered his wits together Denny down to a fine point. It knows Bocaua Eighth district, ia and accepted the inevitable. He will not that it tickles him to speak of hia cour- for Congress in tbe I have been in tho Sanitarium iu Chi"Wo Do ITot admitted privately that he have a chance to contest for that $2,000 age and capacity, which it does, and said to have cago under one of tho finest specialists select some few articles and would bo defeated by G. M. Davison, the of the country, and year in Congress this year, nor 'smother while I had the heat then lights into bun, fore and aft, charg- republican nominee. Courier Journal. how low we sell them, don't think tell if his party remember how ungracefully ing him with falsification, pique and medical attention and every necessary ia most patent of the many Hethrt our goods are high priced. he makes his conge from the race this other mean things, because Mr. Decny This the treatment, yot I received nothing and C. J. ia publishing about this disOur competitors know that, quality saw nothing which can not be had here. time. He scores it into the committee dared to take issue with the committee the trict. Wo happen to know that Thomp- I mean to say considered, we sell goods cheaper than for its refusal to reBpect the rights of that bo far as being prethat refused to call a convention. son is bb sanguine of hia elect'on as can pared for treating patients ia others that's what bothers them; but republicans in the district by declinconcerned, be. If he were not he would not be so it's your advantage. convention, but instead acting to call a Florida democrats, notwithstanding great an idiot aa to make such an admis- this institution is aa fully and as comOur store was designed and arranged pletely equipped as any of those of larger ed in tho interest of the National demo- the vote was light in the counties recentaa the abovo. Tho O. J. may call to do business with smrll expense, yet crats. This action will coBt McKinley. ly devastated by tho storm, hold their sion towna and cities. Mr. T. n silver lunatic and other anch it is the most commodious and carries The sarno modern appliances are need he says,' 1,000 votf-s- , and disrupt the par- own. Their candidate for governor was names from its choice vocabulary, but it Danty organization of the district. Mr. here in tho treatment of caes that aro to Pussy's Dkuo Stoku. elected Tuesday by 25,000 plurality, largest stock. without proving be found inthecitj hospitals Tt-- phyny b, however, not much to he blamed about the earae that Mr. Cleveland had can not call bim lUelf one. for his kick, since his party is to be used in 1S92 and more than the candidate for sicians who aro in charge, Dm, Carpen R. O. Ford, tho money king of the ter and Peyton, are too well known to to elect Breckinridge to CongreB, a man governor had that year. $ XH ; .K, a. w ; ;. j ?)1XiXD3i3(&9 ( monntains, president of the Mauufactur need any word of commendation from whom most decent democrats were deo! the Editor Ricuakdson, of tho Glasgow era' Bank ot Middlesboro and also nouncing two years ago as unfit to repme. Their reputation aa eurgenna and is .WE WILL. the Times, and hia entire family are down First National of Pineville, and who practitioners has recbed far beyond their resent anything. In order to catch several banking institu Negro vote an effort will be made to have with the fever and sympathy is felt for alflo interested in homo practice, and while I am not here Kentucky, has declarhis name placed under the log cabin, an them by the craft, who huld the old man tions in Southern to advertise them, I do not hesitate to ed f Jr Bryan and eilver. Mr. Ford was say that I believe patients can receive aa act, that unless the colonel proposes in great esteem. until recently h gold democrat, and waa thorough and aa hereafter to affiliate with the republican successful treatment at Tuk parody on the Lord's prayer cred- the democratic nominee for State treas the hands of these men as they party, would bo as despicable as it ia felcuu in ited to McKinley and another to Bryan nrer on the ticket with P. Wat Hardin. onious, since it would be an attempt to the city and at much lees coat. are sacreligious in their nature and ought He sayB he thinks after a careful study Miss McPherson is a trained nurse and obtain a consideration under false preten" of the question, that free coinage ia to not be printed bv decent papers. a full graduate, having served tw o years aes. the interest of the masses, and will he in tho City Hespital at Louisville. She Of Goods at cost until the POLITICAL POINTS. year Charlie Moore, the heathen Last beat for business. Mr. Ford aaye: "Bry- is exceedingly attentive to duty, answereditor of the Blue Grass Blade, woe conan will carry Kentucky by a good, large Nichol-asvillGov. Bradley will speak at ing all calls readily and cheerfully. Mies victed of sending obscene literature Oit. 10, at 2 r. m. Railroads will majority." Sallie Green is and makes S. court at through the mails in the U give low rates. every one feel easy and comfortable by MORE NEWS NO TES. The verdict carried both a Louisville. Jack Chinn eajs Bryan will carry Is disposed of. her sweetness of spirit and gentleness of fine and imprisonment sentence with it Kentucky by 30,000 and has a fighting Tho United States merchant marine manner. but Judge Barr suspended both and said chance for Ohio. now comprises 22,008 vessels of all kinds- Now I should liko to remind the good if he would he good, he w.ould finally Senator Voorhees' health is improvCol. Robert P. Todhunter, the noted people of our town ami community of remit them. The old heathen then ing rapidly and be expects shortly to ho'se breeder, ia dead in Fayette county. their opportunity for doing good in tho to be good and continue! to get take the stump for Bryan and Sewall. in Tbe widow of Gen. Albert Sidney way of lending aid and so infernally good that hia paper got bo The New York Journal's careful es- Johnson, of Confederate war fame, is keeping up and making the Joseph Price fltt nobody cared to see it. Tbo judge, timates from the 357 Congressional disInfirmary all that it needs to be. Here dead. who ia possibly a subscriber, got sorry for give 185 for silver, 162 for gold and JohaCravena, a Marion county farm- is a fine opening for some of our wide set aside the judg- tricts the old follow and 10 doubtful. er, fell from hia wagon and broke hia awake young ladies to start out and get ment Tuesday and it is hoped that the Mrs. Josephine K. Henry, of Ver- neck. up a sufficient sum for aa endowment editor will at once begin to put some ginsailles, has taken the stump for Bryan. Clifford B. Everbam, of Chicago, fell lund for a charity room for thoao who ger in his publication. Shoot the women, they do the cause more dead of heart disease while testifying in are not able to come hero for treatment Texbarm than good. and are dying for such attention. If Prospects of McKinley carrying m court. The postmaster at Benton Harbor, good, remarks the Cinas are said to be The Kentucky Midland Railway haa these men can afford to give them the cinnati Commercial Tribune. Perhaps, Me., has been removed from his office on been ordered sold Jan. 4. It must bring medical attention without charge, the Christian people of tho town and combut not near so good as Bryan's prospects account of offensive partisanship. He is $150,000. for carrying Ohio. Strange bb it may seem a candidate for Congress. Matthow Rainey, who told bis Bon munity ought to Bee to their board and No local lawyer could be found to to kill Adams, was sentenced for life at nursing. The great mission of tbe church many well posted people are claiming n contest at Lon- Winchester. and God's people ia to show tbe spirit of bis oppo- sit in the the Buckeye man's State for sympathy to the poor, dependent and and while we do not put much de- don and Gov. Bradley was appealed to nent, Tho steamer Columbia sank in tho This is "pure religion and unpendence in it, we are here to remark that to appoint a special judge. Ohio, near Red House. The passengers Judge Holt, late of the court of ap- escapod in yawls defined before God and the father." stranger things have happened and are Contributions have already been mado likely to happen in this year of political peals, will apeak at Middlesboro and Two hundred and fifty Spaniards Pineville on the 12tb, London on the were killed in ajfight with Maceo'a band by some, which have been gratefully acsurprises. 13th and Liberty on the 10th. knowledged. Nov who will make the at Pinar del Rio. With Gov. Worthington pardoning JohnBon, a Negro editor at LexingFleming, a professional fat wo- start? Truly no grander work and no Eliza convicts by the dozen and the trifling, ton, got too gay at a registration place, greater opportunity lies out before you. at New York died from drunkto say rascally, guardB letting otherB and a bead was promptly put on him by man, diod not R. B. Maho.ny. enness. She weighed 480 pounds. 4 oscapo by squads, the number of prison- a white man who didn't like his jaw. After filling up on cider at Benton, ers in the penitentiary may be kept The Central City Stove Works, of Smith and Arthur Pearaon quarrelQUEEN AND CRtrJSCENT. down to the normal, notwithstanding Newark, O., has notified its employes Ben ed and tbe latter killed the former. to the ranks of the the daily accessions that in the event Mr. Bryan is elected At Abbeville, S. C, Millidge Malone Trotting Horse Breeders Asa'n. Lexzebra clad crowd. their wages will be increased 10 percent. blew Mattie Uillman'a brains out with a ington, Ky., Oct. Gtb to 10th, '00. Round , Tho letter of Mandorson, ahot gun because she refused to pay him trip tickets via Queen & Orescent Route A Chicago girl who sued a man .for 25 cents. for one fare good until Oct. 17th to re$15,000 for kissing her, was only award- of Nebraska, warning Three children of Albert Schultz, of turn. Nq extra charge on veatlbuled First-Claed $250 by a heartless jury. But como that they must not count on a single elecss to think of it even that is a mighty high toral vote for McKinley west of the Mis- Washington, Ind,, died in one day of trains. for kissing any but a Kentucky souri River, is significant and shows bis diphtheria and were all buried in the price W. O. Rinbakson, G. P. A Cincinnati, O. confidence in Bryan's election. same grave. girl. JOHN SIX PAGES- - all-Bre- d 1 Han-nncrat- ic Two masked men on bicycles entered the bank of Sherburne. Minn., and af ter murdering tbe cashier and a bystand er, escaped with $1,000. McCluro F. Williams, of Celiua, Tenn., waa killed by n BhoritTa poseo at Tompkinsvllle, Ky., while resisting arrest for disorderly conduct. While curling her 'hair, Mr. Mary Oreeliene, of Leavenworth, Ind , stuck tho rod hot "curlers" into ono of her eyes, causing her to lose the sight. Fourteen colored women wore among the 25 persons certified to the public prihter by the civil service commission recently and mado press ff edora. When Mra. Oliver H. Perry, of Zaneavillr, awoke Tuesday morning and shook her husband to awaken him. nho whs horrified to find that he was cold in death. After a quarrel with her husband, Mrs. Joseph Skinner, of Richmond, Ind , ended her existence by jumping head downward into a barrel of rain water and drowning. It is claimed that 10,000 people will witness the execution of Buford Overton at Harlan O. U., Monday. Overton, it will bo rememberbd, killed a Jewish peddler and wife. At tho annual meeting of L. & N, stockholders at Louisville, the dividend was passed. President M. H. Smith therefore shows a net incotno of $1,377, 50.1. 43. The gross earnings jvero $20, 390,711 47, and tho net earnings IG.0OS,-50- 0 25, the operating expenses being CO 23 LOUISVILLE STORE Big Values For Your jVIoctj '. I2C FALL (L0TJinG. THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. n cd - 13,-0- 00 )IGr'iri) 5i)0 ContiMe Oar Sale ENTIRE STOCK W. e, house-keep- er H. WEAR EN & CO. pro-caed- ed Walton's Opera House, WHLTON BROS., PROPRIETORS. White-Colso- yfess ELECTRIC LIGHTED. SEATS 500. Companies Solicited. reserve the day after the election, and It will melt like a snow drift in August. RICH. And than Mr. Cleveland will issuo more FOR Oct. 9, 1896 bonds. Stanford, Ky., And then President John J. Mitchell, Doing of the Illinois trust nnd Ravings bank, Whllo Silver Alono la Now will invest the $500, deposited in gold W. P. WALTON. Paid Out to tho Poor. by the aged widow, in interest-bearin- g bonds, and thus protect our national THE EXPERIENCE OF A PRIEST. honor. Hut the nged widow will not The Iltrein on Shipboard. drnw tue interest President Mitchell A dirtier mid moro cockroach lufcatod will draw the Interest nnd she will help crnft I never tailed upon than that Ho Discovers Some or tho Beauties of pay for It by Increased taxes on her coaster, oice to her ribs! Thoy the Qold Standard Idea. humble home. aro whitening now on tho Syrian coast, whero sho wont quietly nf,Tountl on HOW PROSPERITY WILL COME. Krlleiy, of 'ciilmijo, liu calm uilit withont loss to lifo and uV Hot. Fittlier In (lohl with tlio Illlnula S300 IllmntullUm Will I'rlrrn Kreplns; ccntly insured. Tho ofllcors won) Scoto1" Trnat 11ml HitylitR llnnh. Cannot ' tlio Two Metnls Together. unand tho crow Crock, and tho latter Oct tho Gold AchIii uikI s fFrom tho Cincinnati Knqtilrer. . derstood tho fonuor nccordiiiK to tho l'ulil In hllteir. Crystal, N. D. I, with thousands of vitriolic expletive. It might bo Paid other, should like to be enlightened that tho Khlp was worked wholly by Chlcagt), Oct. C (Special.) There upon the following questions: Many aro tho ridiculous was 1111 exciting hcene one day lustueek profanity. J. Through' what channels will pros memories that rovivc with tho nanio ot In tJie great, counting room of the pcrhy come In the event of free coin that disreputable tub that scavenged Trust tunl Salng bunk. Power- age? ulong tho Lovantino coast, hipping ful prvHHtiru induecMl the. Chicago paS. What laws will preserve the contraband whero who oould not get 11 equnlity of the two metals? ins rs, with a single exception, to censed cargo and defying pilots and tho 3. What will be the effect on foreign tho Btorj-- The Cliivngo press is rules of ort, but uouo funnier thau of nbnolutcJy under thudomiuaUou of the diver nnd what will prevent speculan certain squally uight on which wo run banks, tuid not a lino diunaging to Ute tion In foreign silver by having it out of Iskondcrun, tho wholo sea red iu much.1 of Vho KngllHli gold Btandnnl coined into American dollars? tho rellectcd light of a forest flro. J. L.. CAHR. b given puldlcntlon. Hem tin story: Wo wore carrying on tho quarter deck 1. Tlie fundamental trouble with all Itov. rather l.dwurd KeJIey is one a pasha's harem, como from tho interior, of tJie clergymen in Chi- .productive enterprises at the present and probably now to tho son, and as tho cago, fotknown lie woh until hint week nn ar- time is found iu the fact that year by ship pitched and rolled, and wives and dent gold standard achocatc nnd a fujh year general prices are falling to a children and slaves foil very sick, tho l months lower and lower level. Kvery manuof McKlnley. oldest and stoutest duenna of them all, Iorter ngvd widow, one of hln facturer knows thnt- It is impossible ago an starting up unveiled and half clad, fotyttno nlunnctl over tlie mfety to conduct a profitable business when rushed to tho sido and began to climb of a Hum of gold which wn wtnretl In his products are constantly declining In the rail, with tho evident purpose of her llOllM. Tho amount woh $500, and price. It is ngrevd by all jwlitical leaping out of tho accursed ship somo-houlio iutriiRtol it to Father Kelley and economises that a general fall in prices and somewhither. But tho old nskeil him to dcjMvdt it in Homo bank. rcsUly means an appreciation in the Scotch niuto was too quick for her. In Ho plnwd It on deposit In tlic Illinois of money. The continued dean instant ho hud gripped her waist, tnist and euvingM bruik. Itocvntly tlie cline In general prices since 1873 in and for flro minutes there was a all gold standanl countries means, witlcAV tiecanw nranocl by tlio battle, ho cursing gutturnlly as tlio Chicago prwa tliatlf IJrynn therefore, that tlie volume of money ho held on liko grim doath, she backing fihould win foutk dej)OfJti would be ha been Insufficient to keep pace with out behind, twining her disengaged paid in dollarK, ami her Imputation and business. The great hand iu his hair and defaming his ma puitop to withdraw Uo gold from tlio virtue thnt blmetalllsts claim for the tenial ancestors to tho tenth generation. bank nnd phvco it In a safety dninxlt remonetinition of silver is that it will Tho harem shrieked at the awful hihm vutilt. bo incmiso the supply of the money taclo of tliuir comrado iu tho grasp of a that our money volume will Tlie following day Father Kelley material man, but there was none to help, for went to the bank, nnd, af tor explaining bo adequate to keep prices steady. The tho pasha was lying abject iu his berth tlie circumstances, presented theorlg-na- l minute wewtendy prices prosperity will )ulow, and wo enjoyed tho wvnu fnr too deoisit slip for the $500. Tlie wihIi-le- r net in, because whenever a manufackeenly to cut it short At tho last she turer m sell his goods for a greater rvf umiI to jnty iu gold. Father Kelsuccumbed, exhausted, and tho old Scot ley was iHtonlnlicd. price than they cost him to produce boro hor back liko a uack to her bed. MI dopolbi-tno other encouragement is necessary thl8 in gold, and I Hogarth. gold in return," wild the in- to Induce him to manufacture goods. Tlie farmer Is iu the same position as dignant churchman. Tlio cashier Hiiiiled blandly and pah! the manufacturer, and, whereas, he 11 AX. PROG It wits HgahiHt tho rule of tlie, Imnk to now finds his crops cost him ns much, r'or tht Teschtis' AitoUiUn t Crab Orchard, pay out gold, lie handed out $1G0 in if not more, thnn ho can sell them for, Saturday, Oct. 17th. nllver C4rtiflcaUH and $10 lu currency. owing to the steady appreciation in Welceme Address Dr. felapp. He jxvalthely refusal to giM hank the value of money, he will find then llipei-- J T. Kobcrts. reslerm-iihl- e conditions reversed and his cropH sellnotes or any money Primary Geography Miu L iVttus. ing for more than they cost h'm. in gold. Mtnul Arilhmllc-- 1. VV. Shuits. 2. HImelalllsts claim that tlie equal Fntht'r Kellej. holding the money In DiacnulMaiks-Miss DUtitp. hlH hand, went to the private oflicu of ity of tlie metals in value at the legal MisUry-- E. It. Kltch.e John J. Mitchell, prewldent of tJiokmk, ratio will bo jKrservtd by the option CiII Government Jacob FIJcr ami, Indng well known. wu iwljiLltt'l. which bimetallism gives to all l'hylokcjrt)r. W J. KJml.n School Discipline Miss I'biUiiis. to usx either metal they ma) lie explained what luid occurred, lilies Should there bo a tenof collrl,, tiiat tlie wrong choose. Uanit.iA La is. Viit I'kts. dency for gold to rise In comwould Iw rectilletl. "We aro not paying otit gold and I parison with silver the demand for Thws who btlevo chr.npc dl irrhoea to can make no exception to the rubs" monetary purposes is thrown upon silshould lead what Mr 1' K Grisham, ef ver and withdrawn from gold until par, Uaar Mills, I.a. has tosav on tht subject, sit "I Mid Provident Mitchell, ilrmly. have been a tullerrr Irom chronic diarrhoea ever "IK) j 011 mean to tell me that tills ity is scoured. Should silver show a kll klLdt ol medis ncclh war and have tried woman cannot hae lnok the gold nhe tendency to become more vulunble than cine, for it At latt 1 lound a remisly that t fitclvd a cur and that n Chamtirrl un'i Colic, Cholera lntrtthted in your keeping?" demanded gold then the demand is taken fromsdl-ve- r ' alIMS mediclae can and Diarrhoea lUmrdjr and put ujion gold, wlrh a like ways be depended upon for colic, ct.olra moibus Father Kelley. djarntrry and diarrhoea. lilt plcasaat ta lake This action iu regard to sliver "The money jou have In your hand In sod never (alls to ttfrct a cure all right," wa-- the eviudvo reply of the and gold is iu no wise different from for aale by Craig A Hocker, iliei j and Druggist what it is In other cases where one arnow uneasy millionaire. 'That is not what yon nnd eople of ticle la a substitute for another. Doth A few veels ago the editor was taken with a sewheat nnd corn can bo made into vere cold that caused him to be in a melt rouera-U- t jour clats are tolling tho country," Condition It wit undoubtedly a bad caic of Father Kelley, Ida voice trembling with bread, nnd lwth will sustain life. If la flppe and rtcognutng It at dangerous, ho Itwk imllguntlou. "You nay that thcserdlver wheat should Invotne very scarce the Immediate sups to brmif about a speedy cure from tho adrcrUtcmcoi ol Cbambriuiu't Cougn certificates represent coin which hiiHiin fact that cornuieal could be used would Kerned r and In many ckJ reto amerntitu ns invalue of but 53 cents to the dol- prevent the price of wheat rising be cluded therein, we coacludrd to make a firtt trial intrinsic a certain figure. People would 1oe.iT that it wat tatiilactory lar aa compared with gold, and that if yond ol Ibo mtdlciuc puttie? it verj mildly indeed. It Itryan is elected it will take twoslltcr begin to substitute corn bread for in its waa a sedy and acted tile mgu and the result dollara to equal the purchasing power wheat bread, and thus the demand for permanent cure We havo no hesltiiuy iu tei ommrndlng tut excellent Cough Remedy to any of one gold dollar. You have this wheat would lx decreased. The trouble one afflicted with a cough or cold in any form her Iwck what with the single gold standard Is that Th llannrr ol Liberty. Lltrtjton, Maryland , woman's gold. You to go up silver could when gold The 3 and joe tlica lor tile by Craig &. Hock-dolyou publicly proclaim to In Druggists lars. There can bo but two jMVwdble not lo substituted, and therefore all the const rtict ions placed upon your conduct. nations on n gold basis have been striv Or9up Quickly Cured ing to secure as much as iossible of the You are cithern llarorathief!" suf Mountain Glenn. Ail Our children were Pale with excitement and nngvr Fa- limited Mipply of gold on hand, with ferine with croup when w received a Umlc of Krtncdy It auorded iimni ther Kelley turned his back on the Kink the result that gold keeps steadily Chamoeilain t Instant relief. V. A. Thornton. Thia celebrated remedy ta for tale by Craig ,V ,llocker, Druggists ' president and wentnwny with Ida silver mounting higher ami higher. 3. Youmustundersland that the price certificates. He went to other banks Coulter, tliu bicyclist, rod a miln but wa unable to secure the $500 in of silver in tho United Stntes would le the price the world over. Xo one would n no paced nt Denver, Col., in 1:59 5, gold. Lodged In the ault of the trust and savings bank wn notless bring silver here to be coined from any which lowered the worlil'ri record held than $2,000,000 of the yellow gold. It is foreign country, because the price in bySamjur. being hoarded to buy bonds with If Mc- the foreign country would be the same A horeo died nt North Andover, Klnley Ih elected. It is too vnluahloand as that here, less, perhaps, chaTges of M ee., the other day nnd in his utoumcti henrce for widows and ordinary jwople. tr.insjKirtatioti, etc. Desldes thisr, no has found over a pound o( nails. President Mitchell is quoted by tho foreign coin would come here to be lxcnusc in most countries their ilnnncial editor of one of the Chicago paSeems at if all the things we like ditagrre with ratio is higher than one to sixteen, and the things we don't like agree with ue pers as saying that "the. cashier hi and all JipeptU lurks In inott of tho good things we rat Father Kelley wanted the gold hence there would be a loss In bringing and indigestion follows the gratification of fault. Nature for tlie purjiosc of hoarding, and tlrnt it here to ixs coined. Foreign subsidiary Ol courte It isn't nature't does the bett iho can and if a man Will only help they did not pay out gold to uch silver coin, of course, would not come. her a little bit at the right time he may eat what There Is also no great wtock of silver he likea and as much aa he liket Dr l'.erce't anywho are troubled 1'leasant I'cllett ato for What do you think of that, you gold bullion, thnt is, uncoined silver, basis Particularly for thoao In whom with indlgoMion. where in tlie world. The silver M manifests iltelf in trie form of constipation The fltnndard worshipers? If you want to countries need nil tho silver money I'elletes are quick and easy in their action They are in perfect haimony with nature. They effect hoard anything hoard silver. The they havo on hand. Under these crmanent cure. You need take them regularly banks will hoard gold. They will keep you will perceive that no only a little while, After that uto them occasionon forcing down tho price of silver and ally when vou ned them wheu you hive eaten (inoculation would bo possible. anything mat ditagreet with you. They may be enhancing the price of gold, until gold freely at you wuuld take water or goon to a premium. taken Juit ai They will then buy Chairman Oowdy, of the Indiana reany other necettity of lite. Once used (hey are bonds with their gold nnd you will pay publican state committee, recently always in favor a letter to the Indiana stove the interest on tho same you and your If the silver Bdiitununt continues to children and grandchildren. works of lvnnsville, Intl., detailing the grow iu Mntlisun ns it 1ms in fie past Do you think you can get gold at a wretched condition of the country and month, there need be no feara of Uryan'a hank? Try it. You cannot get a gold asking a contribution of money to asorrying tbo county by a larpe majority. dollar unless as a personal favor. And sist in the restoration of the republican yet Mr. McKlnley tells you thnt pnrty to power, "to avertfurther caK 'KlBtur. one American dollar is ns good as an- lamity." Instead of sending a contriother American dollnr, and thnt if he is bution, Mr. J. W. Doehne, secretary of It May Do an Much for You. Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he elected president it nlvvays will be. If the Indiana stove works, replied: "The Mr had a Severe KUnoy trouble for many years, Mr. McKlnley is elected president election of Drynn will cure most of the with severe pains iu hta back and alto that hit a premium evils from which the masses are sufferto go will bladder was affected. He tried many S3 called gold KlilneX cures hut without any good result. About the next day. The banks nnd ing. Have voted for Garfield, Dlnine a year sko he began ute ol Klectllo Uittert and trunsts unci syndicates have hoarded it and Harrison, but will vote, for Drynn is especially fjand relief at once Electric Uittert adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver trouble! in greedy anticipation of such nn event. this time." and often glvot almost instant relief. One trial Theireidelbnchs.the Icklehelmers, the If rou ronld enter tlirhomra of this will prove our statement. Price only 50c. lor arge bottles At W II. McKoberta' Drue Store. Lnzards, the Plerpont Morgans, tht? unil aro how hopo ilofrrrcd hn Hindu o m Kuhns, tho Locbs, and all the other gold tlio heart alrk, could set tlui parents, Idoal Panacea Tho of Wall street, have recently who, In hopes of better tin) h, hrtvei planned Chicago, saya: "I brokers James L, Kranclft Alderman, regard Dr King's New Discovery as an ideal added $?5,000,000 to the gold reserve of for tho lilclicr education of tlielrchllilreii, panacea for coughs, colds and lung complaints, the national treasury, and they are now In order thitt tlio children mlj;ht begin tho having used It in my family lor the last five years tmttlnof life with greater aitviintngea than to the exclusion of physicians' prescriptions or waving the American ling to show how their parents, but it ho Inn o been compelled Rev John llurgcss Keoother preparations." are. patriotic they In order to lit to keep kuk, Iowa, writes: "1 have been a minister or What docs the United States give keep thothe children thohome jou nonld the Methodist Episcopal church lor so yeara of door, wolf from more and havo never found anything to benefigold gamblers for this $25,000,000? uuilerittaml what tho cohlatumluril menus. these cial or that Rave me such speedy relief as Dr. Greenbacks. King's New Discovery." Try this ideal couh It melius lower order ot civilization, nnd, McKobert's remedy. Trial bottles free at W. When can Mr. Ickleheimer get bnck If continued, we will sink down whero tho few ow n nil the wealth, nnd tho mnny are his gold for his greenbacks? BuolElln'a Arnica Salvo On demand. He can cash in those Imply dependent tenuuta. Mr. Ilrjnn nt if he cares to and Charlotte, X. C. The bett salve in the world for cuts, bru!ien greenbacks ! ..U.'.J.... IKU .I...im f.un. .n... .ull.P ..(.an- - bring the reserve below $100,000,000, but The Indianapolis convention has been IIIVUII1) .Wis. C., v.QIC, UltCII. ed nanus, rnuniains, corns ana an sain eruptions described as the "finest nrray of bankt Dositivelv cures rules, or no pay repuircd. It Is Mr. Ickleheimer is generously maintainluaranteed to eive perlect satisfaction or money ing the national credit until after the ers, railroad men und nttoraeys for correfunded. Price 35 cents pr box. For sale by election. No matter who is elected, the porations and trusts eyer got together." W. 1. McKoberta druggist. semi-Week- ly (NT&wy iium YELLOW GOLD god clique will mnke a rush on that gold COULDN'T BE BLUFFED. TIi THE Little Old M'orrmn Cot It. Prt Her Price nnd I wuh nt the railroad offices to seo tho maungor, and wliilo I waited for him a little old woman in n poko bonnet and a homespun dress and carrying n long used umbrella in her hand camo up stairs, nnd after looking around sho walked np to mo and said : "Waitin to seo tho bos, I reckon?" "Yes." "So'm I. Kvcr met him befo'?" "Never." "Waal, I hev. Ho's a bluffer. He'll jest try to outhollcr yo If ho can't do that ho will sulk liko mewl. If yo' dou't eom to keer for that, then he'll 11 THE 9REAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLOF,THESOUTH. 5vJfrcif(&tJt'te0'Swrrid' WrJMjJvASlfotojfo$fffiMnfMf QmwciEJouMM.rREE. Huxsuos or oudiutk by coNoto tfM?jrjttfr THE ij?e H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAILOR- Is Rcci iving his- - mJi holding fine positions. leading business men or the Hti-ul- IHi-ho- Ih order yo' out. Tiicn's tho time you want to draw back yo'r umbreller, liko this, and pint it at him, liko this, and lot him fco he's got to cum down or yo'll make a hole right through him. Dili run over by the railroad?" ' ' ' $& "No." All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. kuj-prvs- w . 1 S"-ern- iKiriRh-lonc- n, - va-lu- Ho-mcr- io rtate-roont- of 53-ce- nt akl fitairs. Sho had soveral greenbacks in her hand and seemed to bo in a pleas-nn- t frnmo of mind. "Did you succeed?" I queried. "Yo' jest shout that I didl" sho re plied, shaking tho money at mo. "I went in thar and crooked my flugor at him nnd scz: " 'Cum down I Yo'r olo railroad has smashed him all to squash and has to pay for it I' " 'How much?' scz he, " 'Twenty dollars, ' bcz L gwIuceJlO.' " 'Make it 15, or I punch I' " 'Waal, say ejla.'" "And so you had a hog run over and got $15 for it?" I asked. "Hnwg! Hawgl Who said hawg?" sho demanded. 'No, snhl Tho railroad ran over my olo man and scattered him along fcr seven miles, und I do beliovo if I'd stuck out fer $10 I'd hev got it plump down in my hand 1" Now York Sunday World. " Waal, keepnueyoon him iu thar, nnd don't tnko no bluff." Half nn hour luter I met her down "No." "Had hogs or cattle run over?" THE GBB'S IMPERIAL FLOW, With Steel Beam considered is the best for turning under Rag Weed and Stubble. "I'm DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, WHEATand you should see the like, And before you buy. my stock andjget my prices Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. yAsssssj"fc- m i &v. B. K. WEAR EN. , ,a., j - saisi Smtomfj ansWn SPECIAL PRICES Will be made for the asking on m m l dln-ctJ- s g, fc 1 cur-o- c re-su- lL s The Next President. Tho editor of Tho Jersey Jamjar, with that superior wisdom of which every editor is possessed, stood on the curbY stone iu front cf his palatial office, letting tho cool air iermeato tho aforesaid wisdom, when tho local photographer passed by with his camera, going toward tho railroad station. "Ah, there," saluted tho editor. "Whence goost?" "I go," returned tho photographer, ;:;, "to tnko a picture of tlio next president of tho United States. " "Of course it will bo n picture of tho man you want elected, " said tho editor, who wn opio.cd politically to tho photographer. "No, sir. It will bo a picture of tho uoxt president." The editor was getting rather wrought up. "Will you guarantee it?" ho asked. "I'll put up my check for $fi00 that it will bo tho correct picture," responded tho photographer. Tho editor (scratched his domo of thought. "I'm not very flush," ho said, "but I'll givo you on that guaranteo $200 for u cut of tho picture to print in my pa- 1 FOR 30 DAYSi , Rye, Barley, Goal, Wheat, 1 Screenings and Shipstuff. i . QWv-V"'iwsf- i w f4 RinwMiiu o 3 3 Jh : on m ft & i a r o O - Sf -- 3 3 S o . 03 -- t r il c o EL Q Ul r M 3 rr -- . g. P t 3 P c O rr n n Q. P & to r E5 in S p . O t3 per." iy 53-cc- s liii 1 Illi-nol- It looked liko n cinch for tho editor, and Foven men told tho photograhpor ho was a plumb idiot, but ho drew up a contract for tho editor to sign binding him to pay $200 for tho cut, tho photographer guaranteeing it to bo correct. Then ho started on for tho train. "Get that cut back hero in timo for Sunday's paicr," called tlio editor. "Ouchs not," responded the photographer. "There's nothing in this contract about when I am to tako tho picture, I can't take it until after election, of course, under my guarantee, nnd you ought to know it." Then the scrap began, and nt last accounts all of that end of New Jersey was taking sides. New York Sun. An Undoubted GciilliB. S3si f - PI rr 5. 3-X n p 1. I HU) 3 --T C 3 " 8. z o 8 9 H o n o n (1 era p 3 " 5- - S 5 p era 3 g 5" Q. -i c U 70 p " " n p in n 4 0 n p (A P g q o c a. 5' suj-pos- app?-tit- e. suiicrb touch that pianist has I" she gushed. "I should say ho had, " replied her matter of fact escort. "I understand old Skinflint had to givo up $500 to havo him hero this evening." Now York Press. "What 11 c a THE Thoroughbred Uuroc BLUK-GRAS- -o 3 o HERD OK S ier-Bons- ." A Como Ilown. sho enmo down to tho parlor and was surprised to find Willio Saphend waiting, with the handlo of his cimo in his this," "I never thought I'd como down to Fiiid the young lady to herself ns Ilreedi'rt were ieloctcd trom tnc b(t htrdr or this famous breed of swine In several dlffcren States. A splcudid lot ol pigs of ilitinretit act for sale, llred sows a tDis.ialtv. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address ly HED KOGS. Crab Orchard. R. II. BRONAUGH, Kt mouth. Youkers Statesman. Thh ed Summer KiiKiiKemunts. ' 'Thoy say sho mado a regular show of herself nt tho summer resorts." "I noticed that sho hud thrco rings." Detroit News. A Coming Clinmplon. Is tlio best market and ours is tho best homo to ship to. Wo mato liberal advances on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities thnn other houses In having many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top prico anil pay spot cash ; not lu trade No traveling agents. Ship all your wool aud farm produce direct to WOOL, WOOL. R HERNDON-CARTE- 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. to-d- ay "W iL -- J lWii THE "1 "'I Queen &Crescent ROUTE of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icthrough trains. Diy Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harritnan, Chattanooga, Attalla, nirminghatn, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, c and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Kuoxville, Hot bpnngs fj aud Asheville; nnd from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, aicnroc Trtl and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, JrorJfjJ f via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Pi- Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Short Free Tarlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexintrton to Cincinnati. Cafe. Parlor and Observa- rn-Pjnnitiiinli T fv! ti fyfntl nnl A& '?jC 1.a(fiAn Chattanooga. 1 ?2i skjassy Ohas.'W.Zell,' W. O. Riuearson, e nn-tl- lf)-o- 11 11 Big Un No back tnlk, I tell ycr, or off? I'll knock yer head Littlo Uu You knock my head off? You? Why you'd just bo pie for me. If I on'y struck yer wuimt, yer back teoth'd bend an you'd linvo ter wear red flauncn o round ycr neck for tho rest of ycr mis-ser'bl- li. gfj??r 1 -- ' lifol Truth. IHv. Fats'r Agt., ttncinncuU 0 ?.J.a..HCinrsi, 0. njr t Semi-Week- ly Alabama, Arknrams, California, Col MONEY FROM orado, JHorltla, Wcorgia, Idaho, Knn jsas, Kentucky, Loulalnnn, Mljslswlrjpl, Stanford, Kv., - Oct. 9, 1S96 IS Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, FOREIGN North Carolina, North Dakota. Oregon, boutn E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Domocrata oonQdont of Tholr Can- - see, uaroilnn, South Dakota, TennesTexas, Utah, Virginia, Washing- Bolner Bont to This Country to didato's Elootlon. ton, Wyoming, West Virginia, Holp Eloot McKlnloy. Maryland, Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Indlnnu, Ohio ffhlng BIG VICTORY COMING IN MEMBER. Mr. Bryan a total of 317 electoral votes. MARK HANXA IS OUT FOR TUB CASH Interior Jouene! THE OUTLOOK ALL RIGHT. PARTS. Dcln-wnr- e, Miss Befrti V. logan, Hustonvillo, Ky., AN ELECTION NOTICE. The Hireling' lWtlim. "How aro the fnrmers hereabout Nodes is given that an elxtlon will be held on tho fenco?" asked tho man who was eh gathering political statistics. 1896. "It niii't fo much tho farmers that in on Uio fenco us tho hired hutids, poldnru Aitherwular Notembsr Election, In Lincoln K t. lor the purpose of taking counir. lb. mom cm," answered Mr. Unicode with vig- of the lega and qualified voters of said county on or. "Ef they is ono thing a hired mnn the proposition whether or net to htv Turnpikes and Gravel Roads I. said o:" In coin" loves moro'n to cat two dinners In tho "I" be held In pursusncSol sn time allowed for one, it is to wt hiRsolf otthejudgy ol the Lincoln County Court, ordtr msdi of ss.d coin, ,.,he, Au6u,t 'BBi'nL7 on tho fence." IndinuupoliH Journal, Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 'fi'"1"" lows.to-wit- .J. Deslrci to announce to her old cuitomers and friends that her Dress Making Pailora are cow open (or visitors and invito any desiring her ser1 vices to call early and secure dates. The Democratic Campaign Enters the October Homestretch In the 11 cat of Condition anil with Assurauce of a Triumph btutos Claimed and Ustliuutcs of the Majorities, Ki-cr- y COAL ! -- I am still agent fer Falls Branch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get sue h as you want at the lowest possible prices for Cash. nrK- -- .11111 u. u I?ail.ftr4 Ppfl.iinir nnnn.itl ., fArt Vtc Ulutr, ,r.ll it""M Roller Mills 37 c .. 11 iuui.io. J. u. Stanford, Ky. J. K. VanArsdale, DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Be Sure to Give Him a Call. Superior Plumbing! . - Bf a workman of 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water Closets, celain Bath Tubs WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO A specialty. NONE. Gilt ede reference in and out of the State. Ask your Danville friends about my work. Frost-Proo- f Chicago, Oct. 5, 1S9C (Special.)-Th- e political outlook nt tlie closo of September Is of the most satisfactory character to the democratic national managers, who are confident that the cause of Uryn.11 and free silver has been receiving a markiil imiietus during the past ten days. From every quarter intense especially from the central western Beside the laboring man and thela-bo- r come reports that fanners states organizations and the. regular everywhere are flocking to the Brytin democratic vote In Chicago there arc standard, while in the cities there is over 100 s!ler republican clubs, emevery Indication flhaton overwhelming bracing a total membership in Chicago majority of tlio labor vote will bo cast of between 18,000 and 20,000, nil pledged for the free silver president. In many to Bryan and free silver. This, witJf 80,000 populist votes, which aro a unit of the central western states tho managers have completwl their for Bryan, will undoubtedly carry tills first poll, and the returns indicate hat city for Brynn and freo silver by on Lrynii will carry every one of them by overwhelming majority. immense majorities. A poll of Kansas In tho Twelfth word alone there is a just completed by tho allied free silver fillvcr republican club of 320 members, forcea showB that tho Bryan electors every one of whom has hcretoforo been will have 50,000 majority in that sttc. ft life-lorepublican. This club A similar poll of Kentucky Bhowa that holds- nightly meetings and the memBryan's majority will not bo less than bership is increasing daily. 0,000, not counting tho republicans J. R. Sovereign, grand master workwho will vote far froo silver. This, vote men of the Knights of Labor In the it is estimated will swell tho Bryan ma- United States, lias arrived in Chicago jority to 30,000. Tho poll shows that for tho purpose of taking nn active part tihere are less than 15000 gold demo- - In the campaign for tho election of W. J. Bryan. Grand Master Workman dcra-ocrut- ic ng - NOTES FROM HEADQUARTERS. Items of Newsi Hcennllnc the Progress of tho National Campaign. Tho demand for country newspn-jcr- s and dally jmpers published in small cities and towns throughout the west for news direct from national democratic headquarters is something Gov. Altgeld expresses marvelous. entire confidence that Bryan nnd the entire democratic state ticket will carry Illinois by a rousing majority Tho farmers throughout tire Htato, he Kiys, aro almost a unit for silver. They ride 20 and 30 miles to hear a free silver orator, and tho enthusiasm is Water Pipe3, Por- The Melancholy Days. HfgularTsrm Lincoln County Court, held Aup ' Not a Bit Particular About Whore It o, 1806. Hen. Geo. M. Davison, Sho Why do they call those tho Judge Presiding. days? Comes From. In the tnattei ol J. M Cook and others, Ho Because thoy aro tho tlnyn when Lincoln county. Ky., Icr a vote In said voters ol county you have finished imying up upon the preposition to have Fres Turnpikes and Ho I lterelvlnir, It Not Only from Trusts, just nt Gravel Koads In said county. your dobta for your summer vacation Hanks and Syndicates In the United On motion of thn applicants' you remember that you havo got to be- application of J.M Cock and counsel herein, tha States, Hat from Resident In others, voters of Lincoln Kurupn na Well, to Control the gin saving up for tho holidays. Truth. received counlv. Kv.. heritofera dlntf irf m ...t by the County Judxe of the Lincoln Co Election In November. Court, wss sulroitltd to ihe judge of said court at llorne NousrtiM. the regular August term therrol, and en the loth (From tho New York Hernia, Talis. "I don't think I am really any cheap- day ol Autusl, iS.and II appearing to athewritten of the Judged said court that France, edition, August 21, 1S96.J er than I tifed to be, " nrgucd tho horse. application asking for a vota upon Ihe proposition In Paris, France. to have Kree Turnpikes and Gravel Published "I am worth just as much as I ever coln county. Ky was heretofore, Koads in Liny Campaign Fund." was. Tho bleyclo has appreciated Thnt'H oihday of August, 1890, presented to and On the receiv "To tho Editor of tho Herald: cdbysaldjudsn. and that said written appliea- "I co that you havo published my letter nil." Chicago Tribune. was signed by a number ol vcters cf id Co. of Aurust 11 In your edition of tho 13th, ol Llneo n equal to ij per cent, tt the vote cast at n Itpreceding election held in said c Mio Would Not rieisae lllm. and that you do not dissent from my propount, sition to start an 'Honest Money Campaljm general and the Mr. Drown (sick of argning Now, which was atnakiotr said regular election, and paid petilionsrs application having Fund,' to b mado up by niibacrlptlons my dear Marin, pleaso youmlf, ami into court a n.flicient amount ol money to pay for from Americans now In EuroDo. I therethe rrders, printing, advertising and all other necfore nsk you to open your columns for the you'll plensa me. essary expenses connected with the election pray. acknowledgment of such nubacrlptlona Mrs. Brown I shall do nothing of '"'I'll Is now therefore ordered that an election to put mo down for 1100. I Inclose a tho kind. Moonshine, and tx held In Lincoln county, Kentucky, at the neat regular election therein on the jtd day of Novemdraft on Rothschild, at London, No. A 1S90, for 10 mado pnyablo to your order ber more than 60 days intervening between Agreed With lllm. the entering of this order and the day ol said reg. and tc in send you a chock on my bank at u'ar election, cf the qualified New York for tho real If you will kindly Ho Yon know I nlwayn think that ters ol said lo take the senseproposition to vr. county upon ihe have advise me what it will be. it's people who mako n place. and Gravel Itosds in the said Co. "nnETT 8TOKEB. .cf Lincoln, and Thon as 1. Newlsod, the sherJfl Sho Yes, isn't this an nwfnl holo? "Hombursj v. d. Ii.. AurusI 14, 1KWorssld county of Lincoln, Is hereby directed tu open a poll at each and all of the voting precincts Pick Mo Up. A I.eason in "flood l'ntltlca." In silj county o( Lincoln t the lima heretofore Hesignsled, for the purpose ol taking the sense of To the Editor of the HeraldA Oneer fellow. tie qualified vo era ef the county ot Lincoln on "An article appeared in yratcnlay'B Paris feller you ever tne proposition aloretaid. T. D. NKWLAND, Herald requesting; that a subscription Iks Oucenut ole nt givln mlvieo; did mv Oood hiin" 8. L C. opened by the Herald in Paris for funds good live In," to assist the political campaign now go- "Purty tyku worl'tothat woIts price!" says ho, iu.lt It keer "Hut ing on in the United States against Uxs silver party. When tho new pn nchr ?umu nn went talkln "Whllo agreeing In sentiment with tho vruun' gentleman who has so liberally put his flxiti hlit a rnionU up nice. name down for $100, I do not think It would 'I'Bout rvekuu." ho'd t.ll hlni, "they'll klvver tho bo 'good polities' for Amerlcnns residing Kruun', to lOlli . nbroad to give such publicity to their feelAnd now whnl's yer pric- e- what's yer ings. It would only serve as a 'campaign prlcer" document,' which the llrynn eloment would avail themselves of to show how a When ho run fer the nfllco nn talked to tho t, k. :, certain class of Americana prefer to spend folks their money nbroad Instead of at home. Ho gnvo 'em gotd votln ndvico, 'Those who feci so disposed CRn easily Ilut nfter he'd done with his stories nn Jokos ..1JIE send their checks to tho republican nationlie nsked 'urn. "Now. vhat Is yir prlojT" al committee, and their money will be put whore It will do the most good. J. A. H. And wliui the folks tol' him his time wua at inol-nncho- ly satis-ualo- : is In words anil C.urei. as foil n Honest-Mone- L it, - LEXINGTON October 6th "Homburg-les-Haln- s. August 1C 1SWS." ANOTHER REPUBLICAN LIE. Sir. llrynn Himself Nails Thla One In Not content with the success of their efforts to coerce laborers Into voting for McKinley, the republican national commlttco is circulating among Italians articles which hapjwn to Ikvvc appeared in it twiner Mr. Bryan once wrote silver editorinls for, claiming Ur.tt Shape. An wuz writln hi epitaph nice, rju vent tho coffin un futiiral man, An his laat words wuz, "Wlust Is yer . V L. StunVii in Cblcnpo ban' World's Greatest b takes fr prlcot" Trotting Meetino. Tlmes-Hcratd- T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky, ''slsHssslssstJHr si 'WFpry- issMMBwtII ' ' UIJ"-"Hl!t- sf'i mJv DO uR Cooke's Are Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and m-- Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it t& Keeps You Well. Ji'i v i Yrn FrV'Ck l I ii v w A A. Vl FWm' Yt ft CS4 " Penny's Drug Store, Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsbuig, Ky. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. States. "I ileslro to stato that tho articles In question were not written by mo nor was 1 In any way responsible for them My conwas limnection with the World-llenil- d ited to Its flnanolal (volley and did not extend tn Its general editorial sentiments or opinions. Very truly yours, "W.J. HUYAN." "Dear Sir My attention has been called to the reprint in your Journal of certain articles credited to tho Omaha In Its Issues of August S and 12. 1555, reflecting upon the gencrnl character of tho Italian Immigrants to the United World-Horal- No It simply another form of tho republican campaign lie. Mr. Bryauwns responsible for nothing but the silver editorials he contributed and luul no control over the paper. Tli& correspondence explains Itself. "Washington, D. C . September, 10, 1K. "Ovar Durante, Esq . Editor 1,'Italla. Is 101 ments. that they express Mr. Bryan's senti- You SIDES OF THE QUESTION? TO READ DOTH ? is $75000 Purses. The Tennessee I'ace Grast Krrc 1 he Trsnsyleania ........ Futurity The s year-elThe Ashlsnd .... Ihe Illue Grass . .. . The Kentucky. lot-A- ll d Kentuiky's Futurity ., $ JiJ.oco 1st ,co.... ind dsy day ,ooo ........ . 1st day i ? 4 Gicst Tee Johnston Free-lor-A- T101 .. i 4,000 s.ooo J s.ooo. fjooo.. s,ooo s.ooo .... Tlhday 8th day dsy 10th day jrd dsy stu dsy eth day 9th At least TURK, great races daily E HntTl!on St , Chicago. 111. The New York Journal the only The CeltbrstedBeitilcdt.Iltllenburg landFive Soloists; J5 Performers; hpccial Concerts aily. HALF FAKE on all railroads. 1'iogrsm on sp. plication KU. A. TIPTON, Sec'y. II. C. McDOWELL, President Metropolitan paper indorsing; d Bryan and Sewall and it daily publishes articles by the leading financiers of the country on both sides of the question, "Big Four" New Line Wiwcrn Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, YALE STUDENTS-'THE- Y DID NOT WANT TO HEAIl 3111. BRYAN." crats In the state, and this will more than off&ct tho populist vote. Fusion between tiw democrats, jwpii-llst- s, pruliibitionlfltw and silver republicans lias been conaummatel In Mlcli-igaa result, which, lrt tho minds of tho most coiwervntlvo politicians, givea that state to Brynn by a largo majority. Beports from Ohio received during tho week arc of tiie mart flattering n, cliar-ncte- r. and lilt of two From nearly ever' iwunty in tire stnto matlc, and they estimates ha-indicate that Mr. Bryan will curry that state by not less than 25,000 majority. HeBBT ly f 'rprnjSsssi The republicans have completed a poll sVbsssbbs of Nebraska, and while they failed to make it public, the returns are known WV M SSSSlSSWr SBK CAVEATS. by the democratic managers, ami show TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENT8, that Bryan will carry the stato by COPYRIQHT8. etc. The democratic poll shows that it ,For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO., Stl DaoiDWAT, NBW YORK. will give Mr. Bryan more than 35.000 Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. majority. Kvory patent taken out by us is brought before the pubUo by a notice given free of charge la the Estimates from Iowa, by counties, give tho state to Bryan by more than 30,000. In a majority of the agricullargest circulation of any Klentlflo paper In the tural counties from 20 to 30 per cent, world, bplendldly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should be without It. Weekly, 0.1, OO a of tiho republican vote will be cast for & CO,, jeari ii1J0 six months. Address, MUNN City. Bryan, while the democrotio defection Venus ens, 301 Broadway, New York is very slight. A poll of Missouri gfves that state to Bryan by 50,000 majority, awl it may run as high as 75y000. The republican poll of Illinois, which it is unnecessary to stato was ixrt published, gives to Bryan, outside of Chicago, a majority of 25,000. Tho democratic canvass of tho state gives Bryan nearly 40,000 majority outside of Chicago; while Chicago is expected to give him at least 25,000 majoritj. This, despite the fact that tho corporations and large manufacturing institutions nre making every effort to control tho votes of their employes by coercion, intimidation and false representation. The Copjirtnht 1S0S by Tf'm. J". JMtsclnw. laboring men of Chicago, however, 'ire Hiniisil.t'lrisr over theso outrageous atiinnrn CnMnC Honrsl Itouiitl .Milr. OHUfttU OUIIUOi Ti: notes. Kspeclslli aroused and the result is tha within tempts, dmcilj uuder ihtt Wnrds iiuiitt 14I1 lu u iu the last week s decided change has Devotional and Revival Meetings, taken place among tho workingmen Singing Schools and Day Schools, which bids fair to result In a complete Sunday Schools & Young People's landslide of that voto to free Bilker. Societies, with Rudiments. This is tho case not only in Chicago, ' rumple copy ly tnwl 3c 13.24 per dot. by P'"; u but In every largo labor center of the Dymall. II1.UI a hundred by freight. Bend ll ordws country. Taking tho roports from the Vllllam J. Holtzclaw. central western states and adding them to tbc states conceded by tho republicthink of some simple Wanted-- An Idea Who canpatent? ans tho democraticasmanagers claim the thing to absolutely ocrtaln following states Prnfjw-- t vniir Idnast thT mar brlnir von wealth. CO.. Patent AttorWrite JOHN WKUDERBORN Bryan i neys, Washington, D. C for their tLBU) prise offer for k Sclentlfio American Agcnoy forA e K-e- Soereign lias established personal headquarters at the Briggs house, but will In u day or two open a Ialor bureau and begin nn nctho campaign among tins workmen of Chicago and otluer cities of ti country. There will bo n stato convention of tho Bryan silver clubs of Iowa at la., October 8, 1896, at ten a. m., for tin purpose of unifying and consolidating the club organization of Iowa in tho interest of free silver. W. F. Bryan and Gov. Boles will nddress1 the cIuIm at Marsballtown on that date, Gov. Boies speaking in the afterRenoon and Mr. Bryan at night. duced rates will be given on all railn, roads. POLITICAL NOTES. 25,-00- 0. its political policy was concerned upon national Issues. He did not become responsible for editorial matters outsldo of his particular department. Ho did not even direct tho courso of tho paper on local politics. "Tho editorials in question upon the subject of Italian immigrants were written by a member of tho staff whoso duty it was to prepare editorials on miscellaneous topics from timo to time not connected with national politics. "As stated above, Mr. Bryan had nothing whatever to do with tho editorials in question and was not even In the stnto at Yours truly, tho time they appeared. "0. M. HITCHCOCK, President." I belloTo th struggle now going on In thla country and other countries for a Ingle gold standard, would, If successful, produce widespread disaster In tho end throughout the world. Tho destruction of stlyer as money and establishing gold a the sol unit of value must havo a ruinous effect on all forms of property oioept those Investments which yield a Uxcxl return In money. Jame U. Illalne. (Congressional Record, pages 820 to H23, 1878.) "Omaha, Neb., September K, lSifl. "Nntlonal Democratic Committt-e- , Chins-gIII. "Dear Sir: Answering your fnvor of September 21, relating to the charges In an Italian paper in Chicago that Mr liryan had written several editorials, criticising Italian Immigrants as a clnxs, I beg to say that Mr liryan did not write those editorials; did not know of their ivoltig written and probably never ecn rend them, as ho was, at the time they werv published, absent from Omaha ujon u tour of the western states. "Moreover, I desire to rtato that under tho arrangement by which Mr. Hryan of the It was specially stipulated that he should bo In control of tho paper only so far as o. te-can- ie "Silver versus Gold." ft b progressive, liberal and always espouses the cause of the masses. Every broad minded man should read it, whether Republican or Democrat. Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. THK SCIIKDUI.F, o 1$ p. m. 9 00 a ra. S a, m. Air. Toledo. . jajp. m.. ra. 5 45 p. Arr. Detroit Throuch coaches and rsrlar cars on dav trains. Through coaches, Wsgner bleeping Cars Cincin. nsil to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night trains. No service between Cincinnsti, Toledo and Dw troll la AS GOOD ASOUIl NKW VOKK LINK, OOI) AS OUH CHICAGO LINE, AS AS GOOD AS OUK ST LOUIS LINE. Hut our tickets trrouc h via'MUg Four." agents lor full information call on D. II or address U. O Mct'OKMACK, MAKTIN. Gen. Pass. ATkt. Agl, as 1 iranc .Mgr i' Lve Cincinnati IE edltor-ln-cht- World-Heral- d. Iff IK -- Cent ovorywhoro. Da'.ly Subscription for Ono Month, 1 III including Sunday - - - -Two Months and a Half - - 40conts ?1.00 jORTHWEST. . ..IF VOU AKKOOINO.... THK Send subscription to The New York Journal, Circulation Department, NEW YORK. louiavmc Nahviue ft. FROM No. R. 2. Is the tine for you, as Its $. timt Hit JVtwmftw There is not a labor paper in the United States supporting McKinley. Tho farmers of Iowa and Nebraska will not allow gold standard sportsmen to shoot prairie chickens on their premises. emA canvaso of the" compositors ployed by the goldbug newspapers of Chicago resulted as follows: For McKinley, 2 ; for Bryan, C83. So far as can be learned there is but one agricultural paper in the United States supporting McKinley, and that journal was recently purchased outright by the Mark Hanna corruption Campaign Edition. THE ARENA. Double Daily Trains connections at Mske.'cloie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. rtlROUOH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH For any informstien saqulrs of JOES. UICK.Agsni Stanford, Ky Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shorts st and quickest between Ask for tickets fund. A poll of the employes of the Illinois as follows: 237. &."v? It is predicted that McKinley will not get 100 votes from these workmen on November 3. Philip Armour started to make a poll of his employes, but he quit after hearing the result from one of his houses. Ho had an Australian ballot booth erected and the vote was perfectly fair. The vote resulted: McKinley, 125; Bryan, C75. Tho Chicago newspapers state that a poll of the Elgin Watch oompany showed tho following result: McKinley, 801; Bryan, 8. The poll was taken "by tho superintendent nnd foremen. An actual voto taken with great care Bryan, 2,217; McKinley, 3iad confidence gave the following result: Bryan, 486; McKinley, 244; undecided, 70. Steel company resulted by fellow workmen In whom tho men bu&dsTM InvenUona vraaiott. The moneyed classes first array themselves against the mnsses, but the tnassesmustn'tsquenl about It and array themselves against tho classes. That's high treason. If the demand for silver as coin dot not aflect Its commercial price, why la It that In the three days following the closing of the Indian mints by the Ilrlttsh government the price of sllrer dropped from 82 cents to 03 centa un ounce? Waa not this the result of a law? With $3,422,000,000 of mortgages to pay in ten western states, it Is not surprising that people out this wuy do not Undo Sam's Crown of Thorns. yearn for a dollar. " I will not aid to press down upon t!c bleed-loof thorns." brow of labor this crownJknmjsos The paramount remedy for all our llnan-clbiitan. William Chicago, July 0,1800. orlls u a return to the system of bimetallism which ex U ted prior to 1870. All TOtcrs should read tho Campaign Edition David II. IIIIL (Speech in United S Us tea of The Arena, which began with the Juno tsauo Senate, 1803.) and runs to November (0 months), price, In a bleyclo rido of 450 miles through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois a party of your subscription to Dtulnesa Offlco of three Chicago bank employes found but Bend this paper. y two farmers who would voto forMcKIn-ley- . WANTED men and women at pneo. tiS.OO a week easily mado taking orders for the CamIf the ministers aro going to toko the paign EdlUon of tho Arena. address Secure your territory at once, ARENA rUBUSHIMO COMPANT. stump, pcrltnpa we'll havo to assign the Boston, Mass ' politicians to All the pulpits. T 200-cent Only Ducct Lite Between Frankfort, Goorgotown und Paris, Oarllslo, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Oovlnfftou. via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU April 19, 1896, No. 1. Trains fltAINS EAST. I.ve Franklort No. 4 3. No. 7. 1 " A " rr. ' Stampiug ti round Klkfcorn 6 55 7C8 05 as. Pti Oeorgclownll... Depot C. 70 8 30 9 30 7 7 4j a; 418 437 .435 300 3 33 s 10 00 a 148 a so 4 00 ij 'RAINS WEST. No. Lte Paris .... C " C. S. Depot 11 g a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. a. m. p. m. a. tn. p. m, al ....io as Georgetown U 10 40 11 Slamp'g Gro'd 10 38 " Klkborn 11 10 Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 4J5 6 54 636 S45 6 40 7 7" 7S lli is 7 ONE DOLLAR. ' SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arri7e'rankfort it 30a.n1. Leave Frankfort 4 as p. ro. arrive Georgetown 5 1 j p. m. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connsc- shortest 3ns form the Kast, and cheapest routa to all aoints Bouth, North and West. 1 further information apply to their agenU. iiror C. D. BKRCAWWlen. Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HARPEh, Kec'r & GeS.Sup Frankfort Kt ?wa iiltl'.sa1HiaKsj & latV r. ,s,i, a J fC.U.Wlalf-lira- l mlt 1 V-5 mi-Wee- Interior Jouiml - SriciB, etc, at Craig of & Hooker's. Read Severance A 8on'a wrap advertisement on this page. I MY STOCK OF A very heavy frost and some ice showed up yesterday. "Increasing cloudiness, The fiscal court met yesterday with Coal Vases, Shovels and Coal Bucketa warmer Friday." Judge Davison presiding und Squires at Warren &8hBnka', Bailey, John Edmiston, W. L Court Day. Bring your proscriptions John E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Dawson Bnd A. J. Faulkner present, and Boot and shoe day, court day, (Mon- to us court day and see that we will do alter passing on 2,255 claims adjourned day) at Severance & Son's. you right. Craig A Hocker. yesterday. Tho total amount allowed is You should take your proBcriptlons to nice cottages on LoFon Rent. ' PonnyV drujt Btore where prompt anil Our stock of gooJs is now complete in something It ss than last year, so AttorIs now open for the inspection of the public. If it is gan Avonuo. S. P. Stogg. accurate service is guaranteed. every department. Come in and seo us, ney Paxton and Clerk Cummins tell us, prices you want come in and see some of the most when it was over $14,000. Fall invoice of beautiful silverware court day. Severance A Son. PERSONAL POINTS. jiiBt in. Call and seo. Danks. A nigPATcu from Mi. Vernon Bays that Pnicua Rsuucsi). Buggies piinted for n C. V. Gkntky is MttendinK tho LoxIuk-toBuy your window glass from Craig & fo; other rigs in proportion. Work guar John Proctor lus bf on adjudged insane. races. He appeared on the street drfssed only unteed. Ktnley, the Carriago Painter. Hooker and get the lowest cash price. is visiting .MiBa Mollis Daucihkuty in his underc'othing and attacking alRkmfmukii the sale ol the Crow farm most every ono lie Don't 111 to see our now hats and friends in Lexington. met. He struck Jas. Go Doan, Berionsly on tho KnobLick piko bonnets before you buy, Mrs. Kate Alnfl. A. V. SizKMonn went to LouisEver oilcred in Stanford. An elegant line of Ladies' and injuring bin left eye. His and buy a good larm for a email amount condition is attributed to a ville Wednesday to visit relatives. stroke on the Gents' of money. Miss Yucatan Lkwjb, of Topoka, Kbb., bead which he received when n boy. Ciiairp. A inr load of cliaim of tho . t i U the guest of Mica Mattlo Taylor. latest styles just received at W. W. When you como to court Monday be Proctor had recently completed a term in Mu. Noah Coolky iyid sister, Miss Liln, Withers'. eureto put enough money In your pock- tho penitentiary for striking Bob Whitlott Weduesdny for Paris, Texas, to et to pay your bill at this office. We are ley, late of this plane, with braBsknucke. Will have 10 nice two aud getting monstrous tired of promises. Narrow Escape. -- Dr. O. M. Thomp rattle ou thu market Monday. Geo.' Mh. and Mna.Ci.AUDK Waltom, of Hut Just in and you are requested to call in and look even if son, of Kingsville, who was hero yestervisiting Mr. P. W. S. Jones. lor county, Mo., are Baiuiecub. Bona Davison ia prepar' you do not want to buy. No trouble to show goods at Carter and wife. ing to give a big barbecue iu Jackson day, tolls us that John Keith, a section Wk are leadera in tho sale of specta IIoMKit Whay, who has been with T. county, all by bis little self. He has or- man, was badly hurt at that place WedAll work guaranteed, 0. Yeager on his tour with race horaesi cleaand trusses. dered John Meier, the baker, to send nesday night. He was getting off of n Craig A Hocker. freight when another train dashed by roturned homo Tuesday. 700 loaves of bread there. struck him, knocking him under it. Both will glvo a six Miss Annus Shanks Death. Nora, the little 13 year-olThe Harrodsburg correspondent of of his legs wore btdly hurt below the o'clock dinner thisovonlng in honor of daughter of Solon Craig, died of typhoid mi the Courior Journal Bays that Bots Dav- - knees and ho was otherwise injured. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks. fever yesterday. iBon made a "rattling speech" there Mon The heel on hia bco: saved one of hia 7JI iCJ J. giiSrCJJ. iWAwUi;?.! jTstii?1n J gJLT Climkns Hoch went up to Oorbln House in Miller Addition with flvo or day afternoon. A pretty good adjective feet from being mangled. He will re& KeunerV bato work in Koch six rooms and good outbuildings for to describe the efforts of our statesman. cover. kery and fancy grocery store. None but a rattling speech could be Mus.SAMUCLliunNsiDB, of Texap, but rent. W. A.Tribblo. 21 A TlilMONIAL MA TTE1& evolved from a rattled brain. who is visiting in Lancaster, was tho SrEAKiNO. J. Mort Rorthwoll, of LanAmbrose HByden, aged 17, and Miaa guest of Mrs. M. C. Durnslde. Talvin, Thompson, Tyler and otheia Lola Perry, only 14 years caster, will speak nt Crab Orchard, Satold, eloped " are down for speeches here court day and Mubiis. John D. Kirra and F. B. Mon- - urday, Oct. 17, ut 1 r. m. from Lawrenceburg to Jeffersonville, and we tniHi uich will be given a respectful nett, two of tho "hottest" democrats in k Those having claims against Botzley hearing. If you feel that you can't do so, were matried. An West End, wero hero Wednesday. the Grant Morria and Nora Sutton were Bros, are requested to tile them with tno stay u.vav. There ia no law to force you Elegant Displaygof JLadies' Capes Mns. John W. Rout slipped and fell at once, properly proven. J. B. Paxton, to hiar that vou do not wish to, but you married at Fomeroy, O. This is Mr. Morand Ladies', Misses' and Chil- down her cellar steps Tuesday night and aaeipneo. " ris' third marriage within two years, and muen't put yourself in position to hear it. . . was considerably bruised about the (ace. rlrpn's Ju ho is only 30 yeara old. The first two Mu. M. D. Elmoiik, who always makes who hna been MitaMAiiY Hindhicks, J!aKcnfcu Law Suit. Mrs. Scott, mother of J. F. wives both died. it a point lo keep apples till apples come Scott, who waa killed by a K. O. train at with her uncle, Mr. J. M. Hendricks, Dr. John P. Stewart and Mis Marto ber home hi Missouri yester- again, is still luxuriating on his lott Rowland some time ago, has brought unit garet Dowling were married at Lawjoir's crop. day. against the L. A N. for $25,000 damages. renceburg. The bride is a daughter of Musks. Jamkh Fhyx, llustonvlllp, and Our Black? Boucle Jacket atgS.oo Don't fail to hear Messrs. Robert Hard-in- n Scott waa an employe of the road and J. E Dowling and the groom a eon of W. E. and W. II. Perklnn, Crab Orchard, and J. W. IUwlings at Kingsvillo whs riding up from Rowland, when tbe Dr. J. IJ. A. Stewart. is a beauty. Sold 'elsewhere at are registered at tho Palace Cincinnati Saturday afternoon. See Dr. Carl F. Nitz, a German physician that your car, in which he was alone, struck a cow $6.00. 5 a Enquirer. of Chicago, killed his wife with a surgiand was turned over. is also present. neighbor Missus Sunix and Annik Elms and cal instrument aud then killed himself. An kntkktainment will be given at Before he committed suicide the husAgues and Mary Williams, four Born, on thu Hantttug Fork, to thu night, band beauties, paid this ?tUco a call wife of Mr. John Merritnan, a boy. Also Walnut Flat church sat at his dying wife's bedside and Wednesday. wife of Mr. Oaks, who lives on tho 10th, by Mrs. A. D. Reid'a Crab Orchard stabbed ber again and again aa she groanti the class n elocution and physical culture. ed. MifeShs.S. II. Uacohman and P. M. Preacheravllle pike, a jjirl. I I Admission 15 cents, children 10 cents Mclloberlfl went to Lebanon Tuesday to Mrs. Virginia A. Burroughs, aged R. R. Noel A 8o.s have completed their Tho program includes Dolearte moveseo alter a law suit tho former has against 65, haa entered suit for divorce against now oillce and scales near the depot and ments, drills, recitations, tableaus and In Beaver, Boucle and Two Tone a citizen of that place. her husbnnd, who is 10 years her senior, of the tlrm says they vocal music and will be worth seeing. U. Carter and wi(e, of Garrard the sonior member Mu. J. nt Parry, Oklahoma. They havo been effects. county, were hero Tuesday returning have the model coal house in this seclittle child of Mr. John Adams married lOyeais. She claims that her The from the cities where he bought Iota of tion. was playing in tho vard the other day husband is too fond of other women. goods f it his store at Manse. Counters Danneskjoid, who was The National Recorder says that J. II. where a horse had been turned looso to Beautiful Braided Capes at $2, S2.50, $3, 55. Come and Wx are glad to seo Mr. Luther Givens Butte, of McKfnney, has been awarded a turn- married recently to Count Aage Molke grize and going near the animal it see how much we can save you on your Winter Cloak. again, after a serious patent for a uuil bag catcher, which ia ed und struck in some way tho stomach at Goleelfdt,in Jutland, had a most origout on tbu streets Illness. He is not fully recoved, but im- pronounced tho beet that has been in- of tho child with its heavy hoof. For inal wedding, and among many other proving. Harrodsburg Sayings. vented, several daj s the little one waa thought to atraugo things the hnppy pair were . ! ii drawn in their carriage by 10 bridesMini. Jamks Montoomkiiy, accompaFios. Mr. Chuiiec Trub, one of tho be fatally hurt, but ia recovering. maids, dressed in bright red. nied by her hoetuis, Mrs. J. S. Oley, most enterprising citizena of the Otten-helSomk republicans of the Wayneeburg Matthew W. Berriman, a wealthy Jr., spent Wednesday with Dr. Fayette section, brought us in a sample ol section are industriously circulating a cigar manufacturer and clubman, of ChiMontgomery and wife at Danville. tigs of his own raising. Thev are about Mayor J. N. Meuefee haa cago, has been sued for breach of promMk. J. E. Fahxy, of Louisville, bis the nize of hen eugs and are as delicious report that flopped and will support McKinloy. ise by Mies Ida B Loser, who estimates succeeded C. D. Saltnurch, as steno as those raised in sunnier climes. This is another of tho many campaign the damage she is alleged to havo bub grapher in H. N. Roller's otllce at Row. lies that tho rails aro belching forth. Mr. tained at $50,000. Berriman denies that land. Mr. Saltmarch has moved with Tiik young ladiex are making bis prep- Menefee is all right and hia cros mark bo promised to marry the young woman. his wife to Saturn, Ind. arations for their pound puty at the will go under the rooater, where it has As intimated in our last Issue, HarDn. J. G. Oahintkk went to Go and take n pound. yesterdy, where he will read There is no admibsion fee and a pleasant gonoever Rlnco ne was old enough to ry L. Geer and .Miaa Beatrice May By vote. drove to Lancaster yesterday af by special invitatiou an admirablo time is promised all who attend. The Wh DKsriCAiti.K. have It pretty ternoon and were to have been married on "Upward nnd Onward" before proceeds for the mln of boxes m to mis- straight demin the parlors of the Rothweil Hotel by that some of the Southeastern Kentucky Medical Sotho sions. ocrats who are asking for office are on Rev. T. II. Campbell, of that place. No ciety. the sly working for the election of Boeb one accompanied them, but the young Rev. Hkn IIblm'0 is a sorely aillicted Foil Tm au -- Deputy Sheriff L. B. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. family. Llis mother, now 79 years of and Deputy Jailer E. W. Moron, Davison, who has promised to hold eff lady's brother, Will Mattingly, who livea Engraving a Specialty. gradually sinking lor sev- of London, enmo down Wednesday ond the rads in certain county rncsa next thre, was to have received Jhem and ase, has been eral days, while in the same home Mrs. took back with them for trial Craig and year, thereby insuring thorn of their stood up with them during tho cereFlorence Helm und Mies Mary Helm lie Joe Gragg. who have beon in jail hero election should they he nominated. Tho mony. Tho bride is the oldest daughter Janus-face- d of Mr. and Mrs II T. Mattingly and is for 117 dvs. Tho for- democrats have an eye on this for , critically ill. crew and at the proper timo their popular, pretty and accomplished, while latA ri'icial in the Cincinnati Post Bays mer Is chanted with robbery aod tho names will be made public. The candi- Mr. Geer is an exceedingly clever young - that Allin Logan, who pricked his finger ter with seduction.. date who doea not fight the entire re- man and fully capable of making her a, I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condicauceller, is in a precatiotiN with a check Wiiilk he whs preaching at Neal's publican ticket with all the vim he can good husband in every sense of the word. tion of things generally I found the wholesale men condition, although the member hna Anxious to sell. school-houWednesday night command need not expect recognition After tho coromony the program was to been cut oil. Uiood poison boa nut in Creek I laid in my a tap from Rev. W. from the democrats next year. drive back home and take rooms at the aud he has only an even chance for re- some rascal removed S. Grinstead'a bugity and on returniug groom's father's, Mr. William Geer. covery. II js Trouhles Too. Our young friend, off. Fortunately Mr. Mu. L. L. Dawson, wife and children homo a wheel ran driving slowly and with Albert Severance, had some experience Four killings and one lynching are left Wednesday for Ash Grove, Mo., near Grinstead was shake up while out courting Wednesday night. reported with the Georgia election. which place they will tnako their future tho exception of a considerable Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming After bidding his Bweetheart good-byhim, Tho Harrodsburg public schools have homo. Lincoln county never had better no damago was done 9 he discovered that the horse and buggy in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. citizena than Mr. Dawson and His family f'J.OOO. A. A. Warren, reporter of he had driven had disappeared. He suspended on account of diphtheria. See my stock before buying. departure 1b sincerely regretted Hope Lodge, No. 11), Knights of Honor, hunted for an hour or more, but no signs aud their NEW ADVERTISEMENT. by all who know them. has received a draft for $2,000, insurance of tho turnout could ho find. Finally Atb parlor entertainment by Lexing on Mr. John M. Hail's life. Mr. Hail had ho cnllodon the young lady's father to ton Chapter, D. A. R., thu Loxington beon a member for 20 years and had paid BsslBt him and together they started out. L7 A D 1T Uctiie to buy a Small Farm of i XV JA 111. 75 ioo acres, Ky. Leader says that Miss Darnall favored In $1,147.60. This makes $33,000 that Their efforts proved futile though and Addrcit Lock boxor191, Stanlord, will pay cuh, 03.41 present with two beautiful violin those has beon naid out by the order to Stan tho old gentleman suggested that he ride solos, one a selection by Gounod and tho ford people during the 22 years of tho one of his horses home. His horses were other a Slumber Song by Simon. Mra lodge'a existence. Has the Best Goods and missing also and an old mule was tho Leo Huffman played the accompaniment only thing that waa "ridable" on the The Tyler who will speak here Mon- place. Mr. Soverauce straddled him, in her delightful, sympathetic Btylo, and owea a vote of thanks to day in the interest of the McK. A. S. ia the Chapter however, and arrived at home about the Sixty Steers, theso two lovely musicians for a rare tho same Tyler who spoke here last Fall, time tho chicken) were crowing for day, average, nice 40 nice yearlings, 1,000 to t,ioo lbs. and averase 750, for Examine his stock of , sale. If not sold sooner, they will be tcld at when ho was tho democratic nominee for treat. Mouday, Oct. u, county court day. to find that hia horse and buggy wero lieutenant governor,and enlivened a very KINNAIKD A OWSLEY, Receivers. safe in the livery stable from which they CITY AND VICINITY. dull speech by reading a scurrilous artiwere hired. Waicu-womDanks. "null said. " cle from the Memphis Commercial on Shot. Harris Wearon waa accidentally Gov. Bradley. Now he and this same Fink line of now Candies at Warron & Bradley.are naingtho same quill. Poli- shot in W. II. Wearen A Co'a. store Tueo Shanks'. tics doea make strange bed fellows, espe- day evening by hia brother, George B. In order to settle the estate of the late Amanda hi cially when a fellow is disappointed and Wearen. The former had been repairing T. Crow, will on For your Fall suit get pricos from Jesse geta eoro with hia former friends. a pistol and had also loaded another to Oct. 1896, D. Wearen. to take home with him and tho brother M Sell the undivided interest ot the heirs of Mrs. Painful Accident. Misa Callio Hor seeing the pistol on the counter naturally Mggle McAfee in the dower of the aforesaid New Fall gooda at Mrs. Koto Dudder-ar'- a " ton, tho Interior Journal's protty ste- supposed it was tho one that had juBt Amanda T. Crow, which contains this week. nographer and typewriter, waa painfully been worked on. While handling it he Twonty-Fiv- o Land Thrke dozon pieces of new stamped hurt Tuesday. Observing how easily the pulled the trigger, nn explosion followed With all the improvements. At the same time Dealers In linens at Shanks'. ; work of feeding a platen press seemed, and Harris, who in the meantime had and place I will tell the icmainderot the farm, all t sho essayed to try it and was making gone to the back part of the store, caught ot which contains Periodicals, novels ond now books for gratifying progress in printing envelopes, thu bullet in the calf of hia left leg. For- 103 .A.CXt3CS OJP 3T1N-2sale. W. B. McRoberta. when she forgot to remove her hand in tunately the wound ia not a dangerous As Rood as any In Lincoln county. The farm miles of Ky., Knob con Bave you a l to $2.50 on your tlmo and it was caught in the impression. ono aud the young man will not be very lies i pike andWest on Stanlord,side ofon the Hang, Wb Lick and tho East the log Fork. It adjoins the lands of the late lames wrap. Severanco & Son. Two of her Angers were maahea flat and greatlv inconvenienced by it. Georg-A. Harris and Isaac Jones. The above place is Handsome line of Dr. Carpontor thought at first the bouo Wearon waa scared almost out of his wits in a high state of cultivation, lias a six room Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. T11 k Bryan club at Kingsville bus 02 bad done and haa dwelling and Isnecessary outbuildings. Fronts on waa broken in ono, but fortunately it! when he saw what he Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' the pike and in one of the beetcf neighborhood. members and ia atill growing. no doubt auflered moro than Harris. The The sale will be made on the farm at lo o'clock, a. waa not. An opiate bad to bo adminisFurnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. m., on the above date. Boyb' all wool auita at 8hanks for only tered before the auflerer could submit to weapon was a 38 calibro and the bullet af Terms. Mide known on day of sale. , For further particulars call on or address, through tho limb waa flatten $1,75. Anew and large Una Just re- a careful examination and the proper! ter paaaing CUAS. L. CROW, Ex'or, McKlnnsy, Ky. ed by striking a wrought iron Btove. ireaimeui. ceived. JxesK D. Wbarbn baa the finest display Stanford, Kw, Bamplesln town. Dk. Steele Bailey announces a meet-- 1 log of the Central Kentucky Medical As sociation at Lancaster next Thursday. Oct. 9, 1896 m m mMimm Ladies' 1? Fall Wraps To 1 1 m m m m STYLISH GOODS! MAC INTOSHES Dud-der- ar. e. I three-year-o- ld 1 m d yen-terd- ay WmMrm:Mmmim lwnwir-eiWN'-Tr.-M. -- SHAXakKS' New Jacfets, New (apes m JSCKETS! $7, $8.50, $10 $12.50, , Hub-tiuvil- ie Finer'Jackets at S m GAFBS FROM S2 TO &, S5. ...- -, SEVERANCE SON. m WATCH -- col-le- go Wil-liaiuar- BEPAI ING JOL - - Mat-tingl- y ad-dr- ew Mc-Harg- THOMAS DALTON, safe-keepi- NEW GOODI Si se m m Fall And Winter Stoek H. J. McROBBRTS. e, m I I mm m wis m m, Stan-lord- W. W. WITHERS Makes Prices to Suit the Hard Times. m c. in Carpets, Furniture, Window Shades, PUBLIC SALE. Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods. Saturday, xotli, 1 M- l- Acrosof PARRIS & HARDIN, - Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. s 0-t- d Prices to Suit The Times. - m j ifcwiqigSStVftaiWMawifrrtWJ '"""" ii Wiiit iwiitMmirir-iilnnilTT,ni.i..Tyy-r aa ....,. f i !! t'- lirHJpsWtsiWWs1 6 A good many mule colts are cuaog tag hands at $15 to $22.50. JounO.ikBaold toAV. A. Herring a Pabllabod Evory Tuoaday and Friday AT bunch of bntchor cattle at 2c. OS 3PKK. Y3CAK. IN- ADVANCE John B. Foster Bold to John Embry sopaid S3.60 wilt be charRed.-Bnot a bunch of export cattle at 4jc. JohnR. Gontry 2:001 draws an all HANDSOME YOUNG STOCK. Bteel sulky weighing 29 pounds. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. W. A. Hail sold to J. V. Adams a Specimen of tho llltio lUomloil Arlstoo Trains leave Stan'otd at 7:10 a. ., and 4:05 mcy or lleef Cat IU--. bunch of heifers and steers at 2c. m., returning- at : to o m,, and 9:20 p. m. p. What cniefnl breeding, iiitlliKcnt & Allen a J. F. Cash sold to Lyon wul abundant feediug ami tho best kind L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. car load of 1,400 pound cattle at 4c. - I 37P No. t4, Train going North.. J. Walker Givena left Monday for . 3 13 a m . " " Mo, so, " p a Lexington, Mies., with a car load of bora-eSouth . ia 04 Ha. .5. ............. 1 o.i p JU " : " Nfl.rj, QUEEN & CRESCENT. Roee Oroix won the Futurity Stakes . at Lexington, worth $10,500, best tiuio Trust past Junction City at follow: Semi-Week- ly Interior Journaj jAIUTAXD TRADE ITEMS. "LOWEST YET FOR CORN." 1TOTIOE es 6j-t- I SAM W. MKNEFEE la a Catdidate lot Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action ol the democratic pa ty, sub- uu M 54W"2F xvmmxc: ,n September 5 last tho following head-linappeared over tho market reports In the Chicago EvonlnR Tost. "lowest Yet y nt 19 Cents Por For Corn Sella Wheat Bushel For September Delivery Also Weak and Low." Yesterday when work was over, And tho evening closing down, Reading through tho evening paoer News of country and of town, On To-da- Thoto having claims acalnit tho late ) W. Ilibb are requested to present them to me at ouce propcrl, piovcn. WM. DKCIv Admr., f Stsnlord Ky GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. NEW MILLINERY. The latest thlncs In Fall ami Winter Mllllneiy now in stock and the ladies olbtanfard and vicim-t- v aic Ins licit to call in and see the latest styles Muslaiboo has arrived anil Is ready to wait on hereld cuitumirs and as many new nun as will MlbS LICCllt 1IF.AZLKY. como. Stsnlord, Ky. 1 4 a. Glancing at commercial columns To learn how trade hud ruled Blnco morn, I saw. In striking type, a headline Reading: "Lowoat yet for corn." "Lowest yet for cornl" What of It? Surely, nothing new to her: Every week tells the same story, Month by month and ywir by ywtr. FRANK S. GREEN Is a candidate for Asieasor of Lincoln county, subject to the acnoa ol the democratic p'any. J. F. subject Is a candidate 10 IIOLDAUX Ko. " t " 07 p m No. North ..... ta.09 a in " 4 " am " 6 " 11 3 ...3 15 am " ...6 00 a m 8.3s p nr "10 and 19 Notb. Not. 4 and 5 and o and 10 run no fur BOfl80U. atop there. jr than Junction City. All trains 1 South " , j ' ...3 4a p m 2:14. .i.t.oo p m Kentucky Union, 2:071, has won heats from $ 2:07 to 2:13 this So,-00- J. H. Baughman & Oo. have bought a number of cropB of wheat at 70c to 75c a bushel. 'W TMA,5?y "iaw-V,Rl.i'i-- V . TO W$f3. - 7 jf&O ROYAI mm, TOUJTG SHOItTIIOKS lis AKlN13 POWDER Absolutely Pure.t A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. La test United States GovNew York. ernment Report. ROYAL BAKINGJPOWDERICO. DB. W. B. FIEETEnr, Dentist, Office on : Stanford, : Ky. Lancaster Street, at Residence. i&BKESS HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Balls. Prompt and polito service to guest-- .. 47 THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, Kentucky. London. - I have moved to my new Hotel and am bptt than ever to accommodate the publi' lood Livery attached and every convenience te tired. Give me a call. 77 FRANK RILXV. John D. Cast'eman. A. G. I.anham INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. BSRBBB S GSSTLEMH. MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. W. A. THflBBLSS, LOCAL AGENT, Stanford, Portland' Kentucky. 37if San Francisco. ..To the., Vu Uhe .'J&lRp'KPi-. '41&&i g); lOUISVi '."'; lit tiW;..JA 'tAICACDKr Only Dining Car Route From Llegant Pullman Vcstibuled SIwhii o! Modern Pattern. For inapt or any information, address TO OH3CCAG0. f E.H.BACON ,rRANK. J. REIP.) G. P. Agent, 1 5 or --J D. P. A , ) (. Chicago. Louisville lie sure to call for Monon Route. Glvens & Carter bought at Richmond .court Monday 14 cotton muleaat an av erage of 10. At Lexington Tuesday a yearliug pacer went a half in 1:07 J and a yearling trotter covered a mile in 2:30. Lucy Lee, named by Carrol Reid for our business manager's daughter, came second at Lntonia Wednesday. P. P.Nunnelley bought in Pulaski county 14 aged mulea at $40 to $05 and three yearling mare muleB at $30. Fou Sale. 22 head of nice, home raised yearling stears. Apply at once. R. H. Bronaugb, Crab Orchard, Ky. In Buflalo Center, Iowa.com is 10 cents per bushel, and the school board has decided to discard coal and burn corn. Lincoln county's two race horses, Miss Emma and Balk Line, both etarted at Latonia Tuesday, but neither won money. There were 1,700 cattle at the poiJB Monday. All sold at 2 to 3 cents. Richmond BeBt weighed 1,000 pounds. Climax. W. H. Murphy bought of Cash & Oloyd 100 barrels of corn in the field at 75c. Ho also bought a bunch of 800 pound" steers at 3c. Louis Walz bought of Jack Seivers a bunch of hogs at 2Jc, and of Dr. J. G. Carpenter, T. D. Newhnd and others a lot of hogs at 2 to 21c at J. A. Judd'asaloof Poland-China- s Stanberry, Mo., wnia fUCceBS. Pigs Bold from $12 to $215. The best 40 averaged averaged J4G. SGI. Eighty-tw- o pace ll Star Pointer wontho Wednesday in straight at Lexington heata. Frank Aean waa second ana Robert J. third. Best time 2:03. -S. W. Ziring Milling Company at Richmond has bought upwards of 5.000 bushels of wheat at 55 cents, which is an improvement in the market there. E. P. Woods sold to John B. Embry, of Jessamine, 55 export cattle averagiug ubout 1,500 pounds at 41c Adam Pence sold to same two car loads of same at 4c. Clay & Stone bought in Uourbon Hnd Scott counties 23S feeding cattle of about 1,000 pounds average at 3 and a premium of $1 a head. -- Georgetown Times. Si Williams and T L. Cunningham import that on 25 acres of clover they cut 20 tons of good hay and then got 01 bushels of seed which was sold at $4 per bushel. Winchester Democrat. Jonas Weihl purchased 50 export cattle, of 1,047 pounds, of J. H. Cunning ham at 4 Jc. and a premium. They are extra goad, and ono of the beBt herds in tho county. Paris Kentuckian. Sixty-fiv- e yearlings, the property of Eugene Leigh, the race horse man, brought an ageregato of $10,000 at "St. Louis. The highest price waa paid for oae by Kantaka, which was $3,400. Another by the name horse brought $1,000 Dehorned cattte sell better than horned cattle for all purposes. Thoy are preferred bv feeders, shippera, slaughterThey look better, ers and exporters. feed better, ship hotter, Bell better and kill better. Tho man who feeds horned cattle is handicapped from 10 to 25 per cwt. in most cases. J. J. Allen, of Hustonville, bought of Farris& Whitley 51 feeding cattle, of 1,020 pounds average, at 3J. D. N. Prew-i- tt bought of Jim Swope 73 140 pound hogs at 2 and 11 from Henry Walker at 23. M.J. Farria bought of Sam Cecil 550 barrels of corn at 90c in the shock; from Will Irvine & Bro., 500 at 90c. delivered at hia scalps; from Fitzgerald and Jim Wingate, 400 barrels at 90 cte; and from J. W. Guest anl his renters, 800 shocks at 80c. a shock, sup posed to give a barrel to tbe shock. Danville Advocate. f stock, but both aro horn and bred iu Amorica. They nro about 2 years old. Tho Shorthorn belongs to oho of tho red families. Ho is a product of Iowa 6oil and breeding. Tho Hereford is also a western belonging to a Missouri herd. The nni-mn- l, will do for improved hoof cattlo in tho United States in illustrated in tho young bulls hero represented. Both tho hulls nro from imported of enro TOUKO HKKKFORD. differenco between the.o fellows and n common old fashioned rcrnb is as tho difference between tho best typo of civilized man and a Digger. Ijunb rattening Test. Fattening lambs in closo confinement free-for-a- '- HUBBLE. B. W. Givons bought a lot of ling calves in Garrard county nt wean$5 to Wll-more, Donver. Over-Prof- it St Paul Paying $8. Stop it Get our Great Catalogue and Buy ers Guide. We'll send it for 15 cents in stamps to pay part postage or cxpressage. The Book's free. 700 Pages, 12000 illustrations, 40000 descriptions, everything that's used in life; tella you what you ought to pay, whether you buy of us or not. One profit from maker to user. Get it. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.,fe Orlulnators of the Mall Order Method m-11- 6 Michigan Ave, Chicago. or some simple thlDg to latent? Protect your Ideast ther may bring jou wealth. Write JOHN WEPPEniiUUN CO., Patent Attorneys. Wiublnzton, O. C, for their ti.GUO prize oner nd list of two hundred Inventions wanted. Wanted-- An Idea Who can think gave ua three good sermons Saturday and Sunday. The church will prob-a- b y pay for one Sunday uext vear. Wul Walker has returned from A. L. Spoouamore made Pennsylvania. pumpkin. Unme a present of a Bright is some better. Leteh-e- r cle Green 0 ffsley made a fine free silver speech e to a crowdod house at Brighfs Saturday night. Dr. Price, of was ho'o last week looking out I d a location. We are glad that Bro. been returned to preach for us has again. Mrs. Nannie Boston has gone to see her boy, Charley, who la in tto Or pbens' Home in Louisville. 75-lechool-houaGrin-stea- - Our young Brother Fryston, of has heretofore been regarded as almost Office over McKoberts' Drug Stoie in the Owncj an impossibility, tho rolo being that building sheep nniHt havo plenty of room and a wido range, but experiment's inado at SHELBY & SHELBY, tho Michigan CKTriment station upset many theories whuh hat heretofore rexmd tarded tho efforts of tl.iwo who endeavored to fatten lambs and at tho flamo timo do so with as littlo cwt as. possiCity, - Kentucky. ble. At tho station lambs are divided into Fovoral lots, audfiome were shutuil Turnouts, 1'iompt Attention, Very in order to learn if shearing thtni afReasonable Kates. A pinion of your palieesge Is lespcctlully solicited iS 6ui. fected their increnso in wt ipht The ANARCHISTS AT YALE. shorn lniuhs, however, were kept much TI1K HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, morw comfortahlo tliim the others, being' Muilvnt i) Nut I'onnlt iirruii to ppmk 111 ."sow Huton Aii Inillituit (,'n. clipped in December, but tho result was It Is noteworthy that Mr. Bryan ban that such lambs did not increase in Is Agent for The weight equal to tho others. The small been ixrinitted to fepeak vheroer he t gain in wool wns insignificant compared desired In all tills country in New Co, with tho caro necessary to protect them Haven, mid on the famous campus of New from cold and tho loss of weight com Yale college. Fifteen thousand people And The pared with tho other lots. In fact, tho assembled there the other day to hear experiment showed that in fattening htm, but 500 lnle- student disposed Aetna Accidont Company. lambs tho wool should bo 110 object, as ' themselves in the croud and crented no n larger profit can bo secured by leaving much noise and caused such disturbBeat snd Most Favorable Terms ol Insurance tho wool on tho lambs than by remov- ance that it wna impossible for him to ing it, tho wool serving to protect tho proceed and the attempt was : : iambs in winter. The student indulged in cheers To savo labor tho attempt was made, for MeKlnley, college yells, and, the with tho uso of 6elf feeders, to permit dispatches wty, rendered the fFrog Chorus from Aristophanes." tho lambs to eat whenover they so HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. by keeping tho feeders fully supIf a McKiuIcy meeting had Iwen thus Utlcrs his services o the people ol West I. In plied with grain and hay, but tho lambs broken up in tho tveht tho republic-m- i run stock of Co d :eln and Casey Counties so treated did not gain as much as did press Mould hnve denounced it unspar- ind Catkrti always on haqd. I). 8. Carpenter, Mansger 95 thoso that wero fed nt regular hours, ingly as nn outburst of anarchy. As it though thoy uto moro food. Of tho is. they aiHjlogizc for it and ovcumo it grains, corn, bran, oats and wheat, on the ground of "boyish exuberance." which wero placed before them, tho There has been no lack, however, of uncorn wns preferred, thus showing that sparing criticism. The spirit of de Farm No, contains j?i acres In Washington corn is better for them than any other cency and fair play all 01 er the country county, Ky , the greater part of which Is In grasij includwell watered; witn good improvem.nts, grain, if judging from thoir preference hns denounced the outrago in unspor ing new metal root tobacco barn lor 10 acre crop to servo as a guide. Tne Iambs also irg terms is what is pronounced the Tuis farm is situated gained very rapidly on rapo in compari few dnys later the students of Wa butt district in Kentucky for While Hurley IvmfoiUbleicldcEce house. son witli grass and wero in fair condi- bash college at Crawfordsville, Ind.. unFarm No. a contains 100 acres in tion on that food alone when pastured dertook to render the "Frog Chorus with brick dwelbntr. Large stock same locality, and tobacco on it during tho summer, though tho from Aristophanes" ona somewhat sim barns. Uneol the best napiovcd lams in tbe lambs gained rapidly on grass also. ilar occasion. Col. Patterson was county. of are in Iloih Twenty lambs per ncio gained 20 pounds speaking there, and a crowd of tjiese watered farms felicnl fine state R ineseivatlon, we. Cloiflto ond It. depot, schools, each 011 tho pastures from Sept. 15 to students desiring to cmulnte Yale un-- I market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to Nov. 15, or in two months. dcrtook to break up tho meeting. Hut SAUNDERS. they had hardly got their "chorus" well 10 Stanford, Ky, bhecp. Keep More under way when n squad of Thero nro a number of reasons why J. W. ItAUOIIMAH. fanner boys, who had om to the M.S. IlAUGIIMi.V. sheep should bo kept on every farm, spenking, attacked and literally wiped whatover tho prices may bo for wool or up the enrth with them. They J. mutton, says a writer in Tho Rural some of them within an inch of M. Canadian. Sheep should bo kept in their livens, while others took refuge in raorsiKTORStimo of low prices becauso tho low private residences. It is useless to bay prices will not always exist, but nro, the meeting proceeded without inter- iiKoiy in any umo 10 iai:o an upward' rption. And wherever young anarch LIVERY, trend. When that timo comes, tho peo ists of this class undertake to disturb a plo will bo fouud clamoring for mutton, public meeting it would be well if there Kentucky. which thoy learned to eat in n timo of could also 1h present n squad of brawny, low prices. When tho rise comes, tho conservative, lads farmer number of sheep being marketed will to teach tluin n lesson in good behavior. It you need livery give us a call. Nothing tint suddenly fall off, as will also the numturnouts will leave our stable, bee us Our opponents It to til lilr. thrt tolling or rates. In our ber to bo had for breeders. You will ii then bo glad that you kept enough of iniitii'H mnl set the laboring mini in I warn tint luliorers BLACKSMITH SHOP. the old flocks to provide for tho expan- not to to tlio farmer. desert the farmers, who lutiu been work and satislactory sion of the now flocks. the friend of labor In fiery Htruggloto Will guaranteo prices. 'Iiy our hone sbocr. Sheep should bo kept becauso thero butter tlitilr romlltloii. 'lho wry people aro many wild grasses on nearly overy who y rti attempting to uo tho lafarm that will bo eaton to best advan- boring men to 1lcfr.1t tho In their tage by sheep. They have no butter just chump un- tho snino pooplo who havo or milk to bo tainted and rejected by nppri4ed lubor from tho beginning of will tho market for that reason. A lot of the world, mid it II do o uguln iho mo- onAs Executor of Hiram M. Johnson, I on sell tto premises near MillcdKeville, Ky., ment they huto an opportunity. sheep running in tho cow pasturo might Mr. lloiin ut Cliurlotte, N. C. reduco tho weeds to such un extent that Oct. 14, much of the bad effect on tho butter The Nfai ember election will prove The FARM of. .. .. would bo avoided. that Carl Sehur., who ha acted in Sheep cannot bo dispensed with for turn with the republicans democrata XjELn-d- . -the reason that they provide meat in r.nd mugwumps, does not carry the small pnrcols, each 0110 of which may Known as the old Wyntt Sanrfldge Farm, which is vote in his ocl;ct, well unproved, well watered aud well Iciiccd. At be disposed of beforo it suffors from tho interest so about 7tl Aci'OH well ol ubeve, A year ugo, when the election of n gold on effects of decay. Every farmer can thus lth privilege ot whole In about OX Afl-Opresident heemud HholutcIy certain, gold White Oak Creek, also about j Acres in Jnuction provido hiuisoJf n constant supply oi Vv Lniwn as the Dave Drown laud thW country In birgu (lUJiitltlcH. Now, ment that can be equuled only by his left tho oddw In fnvor of tho free colnugo Also 3 llrood Males in foal by jack, several nice with ilird and Gilt Fillies poultry. The two inako aif ugroeablo ad- caudlilatt, It Is returning In such fiuuntttlCH Edge, aby Chester Dare, Kagle Mules, 6 ol them work Mules, 8 yearling a lot dition to tho Inrder. that tho llunUof I?ugUnd hits boon obliged Mares, a oxtra weanlings, mares,steers, ol fat and I'ltf, Sheep ehould bo kept in largo quan- toraiso Its price. Wmerly (In.) Dontocrut. Hogs, Sow and Calv is,isa yearling Hay andseveral lot ol Ke, Muk Cows tities for the public good. If thopreseut Household and Kitcheu Fricndfi of Mr. Bryan figure for him Farming Implcmeats, Furniture. rnto of depletion bo nllowed to go on, Ne- Terms: For personalty. Sio and under, cash; there will como a timo when wo must a majority as high as 35,000 in ever that amount, ihiee mouths' credit, witn in citaic, ouu iniru tercst Irom day ol sale, import n considerable amount of our braska. balance in la months with 6 per cost, niter mutton, and the money thus going out Senntor Allison writes a friend in cash, Lien retained. est. I. S.TEVIS, Execut. r. nnnually will tend, by so much, to keep Washington that he fears Bryan will T, D. English, Auctioneer. tho balance of tho trade against us. carry Iowa. And weU he mav. 1 roe-coin- Dismal periods of depression, Disappointment on all hands. See us raise In snd succession Half-prlco- d crops on mortgaged hinda. Half-price- d crops, which In tho selling. Leave such email rewards to toll. Sorrow quarters In the dwelling Of the tiller of tho soil. Cunning tricksters said though silver Had len king In days of yore, Now Its royal rolgn was ended. no moro. It should be Thus by tricks that treacon played us, - Sliver's coinage rights were raid: And the crime's results havo made us Slaves to Europe und to Hold. Patiently till now we've borno It, Hut the outlook growing worsa. Love of country! of freedom Call us now to end the curso. We have got a heaven-selecto- d Champion by God's good grace, Ilryar by our votes elected To the nation's highest place. Prjan, and our silver treasure, I dollars bright Ad morn, Hl-'s- Ij sorrow! Welcome pleasure! ).m ish "Iowost yet for Cornl" II del). free-coin- "Lowest yet for cornl" Consider-Tho- ugh the story may be old There nro those who have to suffer Every tlmo the tale Is told. Every tlmo tho taU'n repeated h forlorn Unto cars Sotno surviving hope's defeated. Hearing: "Lowest yot for forn." Dut I fancy so mo nro saying: "It la safe at nil events: Safe to say Chicago market Won't go under twenty cents; When those fearless speculators See tho chance boforo them hero They'll become bold operators" And "There's nothing loft to fear." We have heard some such assertion Hravely madu from year to yenr; "Lower than this luxt iuotutlon, There Is nothing left to fear." "Nothing left to fearl" Whoro aro thoyi Who are left with strength to copo pressure? With this No' here's nothing left to hope! Nothing left to hopu if wisdom Hat not yet tho lesson taught. By tho striking down of silver Has tho wretched wreck been wrought. Nothing left to hope! Remombor! Iln-In eiuhteen scventy-thr-'Gold and silver both sustained us, SIIer colnngo then was free, rnrestralncd each noble metal Aided nil the works of man, Each in turn relieved the other On the bimetallic plan. Only onpe or twlco this nation Had endured a panic's sway. Now, like any poor relation, to stay! I'anlc comes well-nigover-downwak iLsroTiaiE 1 for Assessor of Lincoln county the action of thuiloraucratic pjity, ject to the action of the democratic party, aim keeualwavaon hand a rood stinnlv of nlank for leucine. All kinds ot lumber (or building also toards and shingles. All persons deItXcCOItrUACK siring auy article of this kind can call on me at my store near Cedar Creek Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County, juoei6,'9. C W 8ISCLKTON. 3tf subject to the action of the democratic patty, our support 11 lainesily solicited. pur-peso- s; All persons desiring Locust Posts for plank fence, pott and railiag or wne fence, can hod wha thry want at my store nrar Cmlar Creek, or the piko IeadlD from Crah Orchard to Msnfonl SAMUEL M. OWENS Is a candidate for HherifTof Lincoln County, sub- EM3IETT 31. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Car- - F. ELKIN Ky. -- Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of tho democratic party. FAIR WARNING, a JOE T. EMBRY C. G. We want to give those who owe us (sir warning Is a candidate for Anessor of Lincoln Couuly. that we shall give them two weeks mote to settle subject to Iho action et the dcmocraUc pally, and up with us, and if they do not cuine up in that earnestly asks your support. time, we shall put their account. Iu the hands of MktHSKON A ORKKK. anolBcer. BAKER MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED KA11MS semi-annu- Is a candidate lor Astrsior of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party, thinking the boutbern end of the county is entitled to a slice ol the pie he asks your support. o In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., interest; no commission charged. Address OKO. W.llAVY. Koom 17, Kenyon building, Louisville, Ky. Kor blink applications and fur Is a candidate for Asscisor of Lincoln, subject to ther Information, inquire olJ.N. Saunders, At- the action of the democratic patty, lie kindly torney, Stanford, Ky. asks your support WILLIAM MORELAND 1 UTTMO court helm ST for cash or In nlLLiO. Stanford or at s at I will take all the hides I can Chas. Knolin, Tanner liadalor leather en my home in Ollon gel RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A gocd Residence House in Stanford, with stoie home on same lot. lor sale. The lot contains acie, and can be easily divided, putting stoic huuts and residence on srpaiais lots. At reason. abls price and en easy terms. Apply to . N. bAU.NUi.RS, Stanlord, Ky. Jjtf full-dress- NOTICE ! ir and good will at Ilowland, Ky ,1 will continue the nusineis at saiu piacc w 1 aAU. Dbro toilhave charge cf It as he is well known in that will end ol the county J. II. HIGGI.S'S 44 ', A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, t3& J. T. JOITBS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole pioprlctar Dran's IMack Diamond Root I'alnt. Ksiimates luratstietl for painting Wood, Metal and Iioj Roan. SatWIactiuB uaiauttl. All tools painted with Dean's black Diamond i'aiut guarantetd lor years Deal it in bet Ostein Tumps and UalvanueU Iron 1'iitcis, Oatvao-Ue- d and lilac k lien) RiwMing oT all kinds. si 11 er. 1 Stanford, Ky. Props. Livery, Feed Sale Stable, Junction Flist-Clai- XT02EL cfc SCOT, DEALERS Gw. Clean, Cheap In IN COAL, ... . s Niar Railroad Criming. Kaitof Depot, STANrORD.KY. eichange. Come and see us. Com and Hay taken m. w. ejomrsoir, Vork Lilc Ins, FOB SAX.IE. CM-ep- - Insurance e Ten Acres ol Land, hor HIe, Has on it a eootl. com- lertabl Dwelling ol N Rooms, and all necessary truivuituincB unm yaru hydrant and one for wa. terlng stock, slsj a splendid, never tailing will. For luitbcr patilculats annlv to JAS. T IIVILKV, y BUttfuid, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. nlmn-done- d. J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, do-sire- Capital Stock .. Surplus SIOO.OOO - 23,700 111 1 wv-er- al Two Farms For Sale. 1 111 t I well-miiB-el- ptim-mele- d S.& W. Baughman, -- FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, ss Attention of the public is invited to the far that this is the only National Itauk in StanloiJ Under the provision! of the National Uank are secured not only by the capital itock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol ibis institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of tho condition ol the baak are wsde each yearto the United States govsro-meand Its assets aia csamined at stattd limu T government ageuls, thus securing addllltoaa snd peifcct safety to depositors. This institutiou, originally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford In itjS, then nsd ss the National Hank ol Stanford in iMj and again the First National Hank ol Stanford to iS3s, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 11 year. It is better supplied now with lacilities tor transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidu ciaries, nrms ana inuividuus respectfully soilc-teThs Directory ol this Hank is composed ot Vorcstus lloid, Lincoln couuty; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Collior, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. llsughman.l Lincoln; J. S.Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. I'. Hill. Htanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Mt..Vernon,Ky J. 8. liockex, I'realdent; Jno. J. McRoberts, Caihler; A. A. McKinney, Ant. Cashier nt d. order-lovin- g Farmers BanMTrnst li now full jjorgsnuei Co Gist-cla- OF STANFORD, KY., and ready for busineti srltb opjio-xltla- Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000. 0,000. first-clas- s to-du- 11 fiti-iurr- s - Sale of Land, Stock,&c. 1 (Ap-pluti.i- Wednesday, '96, 70 . A.cies German-America- n SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANrORD, Now closing up) with the sunt aiseuaud undsi the same management. 11 y provisions of its chaiter, depontori are as fully protected as aio depositors in National Uanks, its shareholder being held individually luiole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths imount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully u sn individual. To those who cntruitedthelr buislness to us while mnaging the Lincoln National llanhal Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks stud trust tbey will continue to transact their business, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience la banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-sistu- nt J J. Williams, Alt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J.S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanlord; J. U. Owsley, Stanlord; J. F Cash, Stanford; WilllamlGooch, Stanlord; A. W.'.Carpenter.IMllledgevilIe, d. dihsctoks: un-rc- H;'nks, Dr.:j.t'. W.'H.lCumuiiniPreachorsllU? President, OwsJey,Caihler, W. M. Uright, Teller. , t- .- j A