You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896101601 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. & I! i IS EMI Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16.1S9G hustoxville. MIDDLE!! Ulia. CASEY COUXTY, two-yar-o- vol. xxv. ANARCHISTS. NO. 66 LANCASTER, G A till A HI) COUNTY. b. Bab Young, liiun Bikor an I n Mr. The Bryan club hero numbers 200. The walls of tho Thompson block Totht K.litor ot the Interior Journal. WILLIAM SHELTON, A little 'd Bourk Cockran, kII the Turk, of OutiitiMrlatid c unity, reached Mr. Harruion, son of Mr. nnd am rapidly going up, and before long the English. Thorough course in All Student! 125 Ta'h-End Monday wit!) n (nixed lot Mrs. K. I. Olaypool died nt Cirovo laet burnt district will present a new appear Mathemtc, Niturai and 7 Ioral ipeelaluu. Music, Art and KlocutloiLain. Greek, French, Mir mina and little Knu, are belching the Wt-e- t situated in the famous Jllue Sciences, , for healtnliilneoi of chant.-- beiuty of scenery, re6nement Grass ptction ot npiuucW. , week of croup. ance. forth tliolr abuse, crying out nnarciiirn, 0 km) good cattle. of society. Kail S wlon . Sepombor 7. Hofiroi. n I where yoa will seo I your daughters OtlB Democrat from this Hod, after a pa Tho K. Ph. have a scheme on foot by next year, be sure to write lor Our Now CatatojJU ntrnlnltnnlntfl. rotlllill ttOTD. Ac . Ittltil Sunday wa children's thy nt the ire. Ky. tf Mfl3. NWNIE 3. di.UFL.37. Lit Pr not acquainted with tho conditions would tient hoa'i lit of tiie discus jtnri at Stan-for- u BptiBt rhitri'ij. k,v. VV. E, Foster which they will mo't likely succeed in Monday, pronounce Triompson'a preached a v. rt able discourse to the lit building n han'lom lndo room and an ailvor forrea woro comBiippoeu that the !"-:? opera house. Who coinea nxl? posed ol the basest BHt of creature that npeeuii bin b4t, mid oalirwy too killing tle ones. I, Your correspondent still iniis's that for hia opponent, Tyler, who precipitateThe Bryan c'ub here is composed of the sun ever shone upon. ! conditions. ly aougbt aolnce in quiet lung before lie gold democrats, prohibitionisti, free sil- tho friends of Judge Pryor tate pains to Lot us examine brietlv tho democrats, of boh wings of ver democrtts nnd repubnctns. liolto-cral- s All we ask, in that Oliver bIihII be restored ifnlshi d. : ( y ) a v heloro 1873. Mi'Hara. puty, ho v to vote for him for -- Vli. h Frilai There art Hsecarce hero an fiddlers are the to ita place occupied election. If this is not done one of the on Hulling Fork, a few miles wn-- t siipp sed to be in I'.irndlse. fUrlleld. Allison, Heck, Kelley main.. Window plass, Paints and Oils Cheaper than ever sold Geo. N. Stnfou, of 'he fr. O ive vi. best men, In tho State, m ly be defeated and many others, the moat prominent of here, at which distinguished demon m''" cratic of that brand that ha a cinity, hascmic out for Bryan and Kew-a- ll without a cause. men of tho time, "ur "" before. .' demone- Cinch Tho numerous friends of Judge .ij and is makitig free silver speeches, mi Hid ruo'ler e Un-i- r einb'Hin, was aecretly and fraudulently motive will d Mr. Statou has been an uncompromising Burnside will be gratified to learn that tized No one can deny that the ciit mi eoiind denincutcy, this notion was to Increase tho for a large crowd weremmtu repnb icau until receutlv wheii espoused his cbancea for recovery are better, after prompting havingsuflered for five wtoks from the of money Bnd enhance the value Lmt Friday night the Boss presided the cause of free silver. power There is a brand now boy at H. O. wounds received, by accident, when of all fixed investmetfls. at a lore foitflt In a colored church here. All parties and platform up till in Guaranteed the Best. Now is the time to buy. which was attended by some of the Na McWborter's and it will probably be Postmaster Hamilton wbb forced to kill ."I tho act of lS73as an out tionat sound money philanthropists. We christened William Jennings Bryan. J. thecilcred man, Knox. have denounced Judge William Indsay and Col American people As n W. McWhorter, Jr , and wife, of Yosa-mit- e, rage on the did not get the name of tho orator who this act widespread diatreia and accompanied the judge. Time was tio went to Frankfort last week on J din R. Felloe, the famous Tammany ! financial ruin have prevailed In nil gold precious for a proposed subdivision to wheels. John Spears is wrestling with Hall orator, will speak at R'chmood on vX'ICVA'XOj'.V.'.V.'.'.V.'-'.V.V.jfl.- 1 ;VMonday, 19th, and the Bryan and Siwall U utandard counlriea for the last 'J3 yeara. be entertained for a moment. Rural the ague. experta In the world pensioners of bath colors, sandwiched in arranged A gentleman from Lincoln county in club, of Madison county, hn Tho beat financial peonsaure ua that 70,000,000 American waif on loads, rolled in before speaiting the other day, of tho Pleriant for a grand barbecue, on the day followple can restore ailver to Ita lormer posiarly candle lighting. One pilgram was Bonn camp meeting, said that it resulted ing. Distinguished speakers will be gold; tion and hold it at a parity with recognized who lately was greatly exer- in bringing tho concern out in debt, and present nnd all clubs, in the adjoining and by the eternal wo intend to do it. cised about his republican neighbor's in breaking up tho Baptist church out counties, are invited to attend. One word to the democrats. The But what do these saintly plutocrats elucidation of the proposed financial ho- there and in scattering the measles that propoeo to benefit the people in tholr dire cus poctis, which will necessitate an out- has caused a death or two. Ho said it vote will eoon be cast and the moat im.DEALERS IN. extremity Not a tbing. They wont lay of ID silver dollars to obtain one lit- also furnished nn opportunity for few portant campaign, in tho history of the preachers to hit themselves nation will bB ended. Tho time, for meet us In fair diacuxaion, but stand oil tle gold dollar. The brother wn r Hired one-norals, of heated ppeaking, and n manifestation of like tho Negro and hurl at ua all the - filth that Bryan's election iusures that ratio and get a fat living at the bxperif-of the bar room Bnd batinlo. Hon- do of the dollars and as tho gold in intrinsic those they were deluding with the false passion and prejudice, lias passed. OthPainters' Supplies an J Drtii,'3r'sts' 3u tdries. defeat n" By wholeanle ally without an ioM's additional value due I ri no they were teaching er, and more forcible arguments should thev nronoao to X- bribery aubornlng the id 21 on the be usad A hint to the wise insufiicient. lies, fraud, The Btptist ladies reahz by virtue of mintage, tho moat valuable X- nnd every villainous ami deapieaom metal in the world, and to be tho poor supper thev gave recently. Thete good The enemy is already at work and the means In tho power of aold to devise. will he be when he women deserve much credit for the ef- cimbinatinn is dangeroii". Deeds, and man's money, whero Mark llaiina, the bloated inillionairn has to buy gold with silver dollars '.' One forts they are to the church not words, will alone avail anything Give us a call and be convinced. atands for everything did ol our pension drawers proclaims that out of debt. Miss Belle Coulter rei'i " now. With a long and steady pull, of Cleveland, and reputable as a money Hhrk nnd an ho wants thing to star just as they are. us to siy that the !a lies' aid society will Thompson can be elected and Bryan ol labor. Matt U lay repreaeni He raises nothing to sell and hie pension ever hold in grateful roinemberance Mrs. Sewall will carry Kentucky, which will Inelection. all that is loathsome In political in uiey buys him aboni lAtce m much W. T. MiMer, ol the Methodict churci, insure their two are tho head and atom goods pi when his ntihbnring and tho brethren and maters of the Christiiartrly ourt ha9 bepn in session trigue. Yet theco plu fanner-- , shoulders ol the genteel and who miaml n surplus, got a liv- tian c'lurch for their unbounded kind-ne- this week, Hon. J. Mort Rothwell, preOUR STOCK OF thiacampaiiMi. Bpecial up the s ding, having been selected tocrata in in aiding them in grt'.iu,: ing pi i;e for tho-- pridncs. That illit Jtidg, Judge Birnsido being ill. The Oft'l ua anarchista ami revolutionist. orate beneficiary of govermenlal gratuity supper. J. O. Coulter awapped his hoir and only cise attracting attention was the The inaaaea are conducting a fur and h a creilitab'0 counterpart cf bis philanhoneat rampaign, appealing to tb- reason thropic ("i feliow patriots whoso income lot ui.njtte the Bipllst church to Mrs. trial of young Ttiomri Hackley, a promi1 thought of the people. They hnvo la to iutereat on bonds, bank stock anil Miiggie Kjy.ilty for her frm above town nent young man of Lincoln county, on an no thonaht of anarrhy or revolution lonne. No lluctuntion in interest, oven paying il.S ) to boot. Mr. Ouulier h tho charge of taking a water Spaniel pup, Is for the most part sold and to cbse them out entirely we offer the h These ucctiB.itlonHanao from tho niu.but under McKiuleyism bo can building nn a Idition to the honae ho got belonging to J. I. Hamilton, laet July residue of eolid argument for the sold thieve. nominate gold In tho bond, which In- of Mrs. Royalty and will mov to it this Msny nice points were argued and the MCJ, to wdl not ba trod down Hut beware' Wo jures him u "00 cent dollar income. Men week. Jim never did enjoy living in tho defend int was held in a bond of city, in fact he never seemed to catch on appear before the circuit court. Humil-t- o n galley slavea by the power of wealth. who were wont to denounce the venalii had offered f20 reward for the pup cease their unholy conduct. ty of Hiatern politics ni evidencod by to city ways. The boys liked him nnd Let thorn give no occasion for anarchy party ll lctuntions, luve suddenly come tried to teich bun ho to appear to an aid h wdB brought In. Although Hack-le- y Let them Vou can buy winter stock-- from us at wholesale pi ices. found him plaving about his buitgy nail revolution nnd there will be none. on mi emergency, when they can eeo the advantage, but ho would be green in spite from our throats, profit ol Hnbirilinating partv pride and of them. Jim is a good democrat though when he took him end likely meant no Take the grin ol gr.-eol gold frjm our take tho tyrant heel in every way harm, toinknig ho had sirajed awa, priucple to greed, and never till now uiuIh j iily (coo i feilo Fahmkii. investiga necks appreciated how absolutely nothing and people ought to look over his awk- more ure reasous for further tion. (pecuniarily profitable) there is in n ward ways. Judge Davison was here Moncay GILBERT GARRARD. name. Men who once won 'd have re and seemed to ba forgetful of the fact II- chimes. , ,1 M ;;. Ptmltef at Mln.-fwUsented with a bio a charge that they that his appouent, Hon. John B. Thomp ruuK Ilf M"r lirl'in. politically all that pure and not Rev. R. R. Noel will preach at Wa- son, was to ppeak iu his town on the Metal Roofing -MANtiixhTKH, Oct. 13. -- It hns been tho democracy Implies, in whose lnut Fint at 11 A. M. Sunday. same day. While this was discourteous, current talk in this section for some tlmo no'tHta the very name republican was a While leading in prayer meeting at we cannot blame him, for ho could not that the present administration lias been stench, to day see the profit to their ex- a Methodist church near Germautown, aiford to meet Mr. Thompson in debate. --- rviM using bulldozing tactics to make those chequer of obliterating parly lines nnd (., George Kuntz fell dead. He spoke her on Monday night, to a reholding ollico under it vote lor rainier though pretending allegiance todemoc of the publican audienc, when ho had everyRev. W. F. Smith, Shingles, Etc. and HucknerorsupportMcKlnley. This, racy, intend deliberatt ly affixing th-- ir Christian ctuirchjftt U'chmonil, Iibb kick- thing ins own way. Mr. Sieber, ol Ohio, by the gold howover, has been denied btanip in privacy of tho booth under the ed up n muss by his bitter opposition to Hoots in tishalf of the republican ticke C. biigfr, but their deniil wm set nt naught republican emblem. Why " For the dancing. and R T. Tyler, who wa9 a democrat hut this morning when tho papers announcI'aducah has a population of 8,147 year, aim the nominee (or lieutenant same reason that many one time demoed that Gilbert Gariard, tho poatmriter, crats of late years n lded to the pension and of them:i,05l belong to churches( g iverno' , spoke for the National at this place, had been removed Bnd W. ioIIh, now vote with the r former ene- the Southern Methodists beading thel'st democrats. They had a good audienco O I'ltman, n gold bug, appointed his sucbut relusdd to divide time with J. Mort mies -- fur the motley there is in it. with 1.071 cessor. Th only charge against Mr. There are men who would have brained Tho Archbishop of Canterbury was Rothwell, a speaker duly authorized by UY Uamirdia that hois for free silver and the heeler w ho ofiered them a bribe to ael'd with apoplexy while kneoling in the Stato democratic campaign commitattended a democratic convention, whirl v. t for Davison, thataioa prospect ol prayer at Hawirdou church, Loudon, tee. This seems to be in keeping with nominated James IX Black, a free silver a profit in so doins. now and will proba middled in a few momn' '. their tactics hIi over the country, us they democrat, for C ingress. Both republi- bly persuade themselves it is best for Rev. M.S.Trafton, of Wilmore, will r fas to divide time on all occasions. ) cans and democrats are indignant over TiiKiit poctetH to do it. There are, thank p'each at the Methodist church Sunday -o. HUBBLE. the matter nnd say it will cost McKlnley miafortiicc. who are honestly morning and night, while the pastor is hundred votes in this countv. Tho pjrmiaded that in abandoning their life 11. ling his appointment at'McKondree two H. C. Wnltera loai a cow from some people In this section are opposed to bay- I ing faith and principles they subserve n -- Rev. R. B Mabony telUJus that bis thiug liku hydrophobia. onet rule. There woro only five gold bug wholesome end. A Pauline stroke is in- ciugreg.uion at Loudon was iuvitod to And Funeral Director. Letcher Off8ly, Eq., will speuk at democrats in tbifl cjunty nn I since this voked for them. As their apostasy is the Methodist cnurch'at that place Sun-dt- Hri'ht's school-hounext Wodneedhy piece of work, two of them from Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Suldtcs, Mridles, Buggy Robes, ami principle their is a night and that ho preached to them. night, 21et. Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. they will vote for Brynu. Gil- chance for their ultimate salvation The Cum-Bay that Tne Kuiitticky Synod of the Four deaths amoug tho children of qn-ire- . Stinfonl, Ky Room opposite Court-Hom- e bert Garrard la one of the best known gittee nre oternallv closed agiinst the church ineots at this settlement occurred lat week from rlaud Breabytericinf being n son of business men in the State, Bjwltng Green on Tuesday, Oct. 27th, whooping couKh. H. W. other class. Selah. generGen. T. T. Garrard, an c mtiniiing three days. It has 112 minMr. El and Mra. Pinkie Hots 9 tf a r POLITICS IX CASEY. al, nnd the owner of the famous Gooso isters, 182 churches and 20.0C3 cotumunl-- c were married Tuesday and all extend to g demoCreek Salt Works, and n nts, whose contributions leit year them their beat wishes. Dunnvillk, Oct. l.l. -- Hon. N. H. Hnye, lI crat. George Wood baa rented Samuel M. of Pineville, will speak here Friday night amounted to 180,000. Rav. Henry N. Faulcouer closed a Spoonamorb'a Blackerby house and lot Neat Saturday evening and i. Both will apeak in the interest of the two weekB' meeting 4nt Kckiiiansvillo, for next year, We are glad to have him Whekkab, Almighty God in His Infi- democratic party. Ohio, Friday night, after having receiv and hia good wife come among us. nite wisdom has removed from earth to 13. W. Givena aold to Ed Minor eome roaring ed 10 additions to the church in that Boltocrat J. R. Hindman, the Heaven, our brother, J. M. Hendricks, Hon of Adair, passnd through hero to- - short time. This wasall the more ro- - GOO-iyeariin;8 at Sjjc. Joab Rigney therefore be it lUy. WMHroaorry llmt ho has deserted markhblo from the fact that 28 additions BDld to Win. Logan a lot of work oxen Resolved, Tnnt our lodge baa Its', a hi) party thus but wo just cin only cite him had been made to the congregation Ad- and yearling ateera at 2jc. S. M. Spoon-atnogood mumber, tho otiurcti one who over to Beuuhct Arncld. prior to Mr. Faulcouer'a meeting. baa rented his ' Bhop to Tub Anmember "d l"t tin lived an n consistent derson, of UryantHville, for next year. Oio Mr. Yarberry spake Siturday vocate. v I ght of a good man Hhtne, nnd the Mi. Robert BillarJ writes us from night here in the interest of tho republi in general a useful citizen, who csn party. He made a complete failure. O iks Chappel that Rav. Ira I'artin, of llOBMTT HAS TIIE CALL. conscientiously performed every duty to mooting there To the Editor oi the Interior Journal. He startod out by telling he came from Garrard, held a two-weeGod and man, nnd his family a' loving botwoou the plow handles, and ho had and received 41 into the church, 24 from Ckaii Ouch Aim, Oct. 15. I'lnase to inhiiBbaud and father. not Bpoken but n short time when it wa tho Methodists. Ho organized a BaplUt sert in your issue till day that I will 2. Tout while expressing our sorrow very ovid Bt Stafford at nt that tho plow handles was church with 37 meiubtrs. Rav. M. A. speak In the court-hous- e for his family, wb extend io them our tho plnco f r him. It Boomed that ho litu Mlddleton, of Pleasant Point Baptist at 1 o'clock Monday, Oct. 20, that day of ainceroBympathy and point them to hoard more and know lees than any man church, and Bro. Kit Oaks, of EphesuB circuit court. You made this announceHim who alone cm give consolation. that over visited Dunnvil'o His entire church, assisted in the organization. Bro.r ment for me some time ago, but I see a up3. That these resolutions be spread speech was made up of hert en y and old Partin agreed to serve tue church as paa-to- gent'enian from Louisville has adverrf this lodge, ft eipy giv- jokes. What IiuIh argument lie put up on tho minutes for tnree months. tised by bund bill that he will speak at en tho (unily ol our doeoased brother was of the Aoakestsort nnd any child 10 Stanford at the same time, but I shall inUo1. Sauders D. Bruce, lounder of nnd that they be published In our local yean of ago could see that his entire taik sist upon the priority of my appointthe American Stud Book, the Urat vol- ment, though I urn willing to divide was made out of the oldest style falseI. M. Bruce, ume of which was Issued in 180G and time with bim, provided hood. A.O.Sim-- , I apeak 1J which baa been the authoritative record hours first, and then T. J.Tetkk. the original Bruce for United Stntea THE STAITFORD FEMALE COLTEGE. President. dr.-ili- '?::. to-iU- bar-bee- n r :::::c xo:o:xo WINDOW QbASS I -- l'rep-aratio- READY MIXED PAINTS! W. B. McBOBERTS. two-hors- CRAIG & HOOKER GT-j-Tn-lc- se "Drugs, Oils, Par. n, is, pre, It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. gt x- XkkkkkyAkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kk - s n SUMMER GOODS AT TLiE8 TMAN Doors, Sash and Blinds, dir CkfJOTo d W. P. TATE, Stanford. - r rircnrir Wi-r- o d - rr ssia ioi l B-- A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. d UNDERTAKING -- 0 Practical Trim aw, Xntnlmer y se iii;ch-hande- ox-Uni- s life-lon- Walton s upera nouse, WKLTON BROS., MHNHGERS. f o.o7. resoTutioxs. b. ro com-inunlt- ka 4jiS W'- ELECTRIC LIGHTED. SEATS 500. Companies Solicited. Judge George Oaatlenmii, of St. Louis, died at his ranche, near San Tex., whore he had gono with tho of recovering hie henltb. Ho wis a hope ol biother of Gon. Johu B. Castleman, An-toni- a, of Bryan's linguage and bo profound the over 30 yeara, has just Bold the book to Fontaine Fox Bouhitt. statesmanship which Ida speeches dur- the New York Jockey Club people for An unknown man committed suicide ing tlio campaign have displayed, that $33,000 cash. Over 100 charred bodies have been at Niagara Falls by leaping into the wadivino inspiration is tliH only theory on recovered from the ruins in the burned ter at the brink of the fall at Proppect which his Buccn8e can bo explained." "So mnrvelom Iuih bem tne witchery of racing stock in the conld not b.itW down my financial caa-tl- e. First-Gla- ss Lcuisvllle. AtlantdConilitution. cityofGuuquil, Ecuador. Point. Jim " v " ' J' ''"f EllY-MV- i. .mai- - ,; .p.,.-....- ( t-- 'vfafaMipMW IWMItMwaWMMWM fl (J- - Jf 'J N H rxi SIX BRYAN ANDSEWALL JUDGE W. S. PRYOR demoWmbnkvsh you hear a quarters, looking sody and ill at esse, crat mouthine the republican charge that waiting for an offer of a dollar or two to the Intkkior Jouiinal is aiding in the carry a banner or a transparency, caring election of Davison by telling what kind nothing what party they serve, so it re Stanford. Ky., Oct. 16, 1896 of a creature he is, you can put him down I lieves their necessities. At Indianapolis in speaking of the as a man hunting for an excuse to vote for the little bees. Men with any fixod bolters' party, Mr. Bryan said: VV. P. WALTON. principles do not vote to spite anybody "It called Itaolf a democratic party oranything, nor are they made to sup- when it was organlz)d for the express port an nuworthv or incapable man bv purpose of electing a republican candithe trnth being told. The other kind are date for president. If it was big enough to justify the name I would call it a not capable of exercising the right of We fraud, but it is too small to be and oucht to be disfranchised are sure ro democrat will come under called atupenduoua. I will call it a transthe latter head. Our suggestions are not parent fraud. My friend?, I am willing to meet an directed to republicans or their We epak a? a democrat to demo. open enemy in an open field and eonrede to that enemy all the rights and privicratB. leges of open warfare, but when our op Editou Mdohp. in about to cfiue the ponents call themselves advocates of publication of the Blue Grtsi Blade sound money and want to fasten upon na he is almost convinced that he is us an unsound financial policy, when ThU it where Democrats will put the unable to make it Bucceed, aud "go to they call themselves the advocates of work on the frm to bury my troubles honest money and then deal dishonestly and try to make money to pay the debt I with the Ameriran people, when they have incurred by editing it." He ad vis say that they ato members of a party and for President and ea his friends not to put any more money yet employ speakers and openly say they on him but to drop him and help some are going to vote tbo republican ticket, oue more likely to survive. Poor old that party does not deserve to be treated fellow It is better possibly that he dis- like an open enomy in tn's campaign." appear from public gFze and ceaso from For Judge of the Court of Appeals troubling himself and others forever. MORE NEWS NOTES. I on) iMiiiimniui .u i;urretpuuuiuK m...iU ...it... uiumii urn . iru A....i t of 1895. The value of September cotton exports was il0.810.l03.in 1S90, and f I,. 025,015 in 1S93. Georgetown's new map'e syrup fac tory fa now in operation and is turning out 400 gallons of syrup daily. The full capacity of the plant is S00 gallons por day. M. THE Louisville Store FOR BARGAINS. Wc arc already recognized as Stanford's foremost in Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots, Shoes and Clothing. Wo are deeply grateful for the P746ES- - Bidding was lively at tho fnlo of H. Johnson's clients in tho West End suf-fr-i- aesif-tant- s. fir-eve- r, Wednesday and good prices were real zd on everything except tho farm, which went to Mr. Johnson's widow at $20 It was afterwards rented to Al Shelby fir H30. Brood mares brought $20tof(50; nTlisflG to ?I0; work mulrs $02.50; yearling mules J 10; mule colts U to 533; milk cons $20 to 130 50; 3.00; brood sows $10 to 121. The 70 acres of knob land .vnt for $40. Tl o crowd was an nniiMinllv lart?" nn NKW AUVKHT1HEMKNTH. Unbounded Appreciation Of our efforts by the public. We shall endeavor to always merit the esteem and confidence with which our fellow citizens have honored us by giving x Poland Chinas For Sale. Thirty choice thoroughbred I'olxnt China Ilot of all age, Gilts, bred Sows and Hoais leadv lor Any kind of Strain service, for aale at low prices taken in ex Mrtjc Come soon and get the liest. l'cdisrccs furnuom application II DlaTKM, Ottenhcim, on Ky. Better Values For Tiieir money Than ever before. Bargains in every department. carefully: Read each item 1 Boyd Winchbstbk writes to the Of New Castle. that he has been accorded the most courteous treatment everyI For Congress, where he has spoken, reports to the conB. THOMPSON, trary notwithstanding. If the average audience can sit and listen to one of Mr. Mercer. Winchester's tiresome and prosy speeches, erudite though it may be, it is proof Hazel-rip- R Tub court of appeals by Judga positive thut the various reports that sildeclined to reinstate the order of the ver men have disturbed boltocratic clerk restrainiDK the clorka of the counspeakers, is a weak invention of the enties composing the 11th district from placemy. ing the name of Goleon, on the official ballot, as the republican nominee, for the POLITICAL POINTS. reason that no injunction bad been leIt is said that Banna has bo far sent gally granted. Mr. White ears the deout 2,400,000 pounds of literature. cision decides nothing but that circuit Settle says he will beat W. O. P. V clerks have no power to grant an injunction and only a temporary restraining or- 000 votes. He oueht to, c rtainly. Every Congressional district in Georder, and that he will be a candidate with returns a democratic Congressman. his name under the log cabin in Novem- gia Napoleon Bonaparte Hays, of ber, having filed in each county a list of will speak at Liberty, Saturday, Oc400 names as required by law. It is a pretty little fight and means the election tober 17th. Chairman Jones sizes up the situaof James D Black to Oongrees if it is tion thuE: Bryan certain of 279 vote, kept up. The crested jahawker has notified ev- McKinlev SI, with S7 doubtful. The republicans claim that they will ery county clerk in the district that he will at London this morning movo the have 236 members in the next Congress, circuit court to grant him and issue while the democrats are sure of 209. It has leaked out that Uauna will against them a restraining order and throw f S.000,000 into the campaign dur mandatory injunction, requiring them to print, or cause to be printed, his name as ing ita last days to buy the floating vote republican candidate for Congress in in all doubtful States. The Saying says that the jury that the 11th Congressional district of Kentucky on the ballots under the log cabin. convicted Downey at Harrodsburit. comWhite is fully determined to get his posed of Boyle and Mercer men, were rights from the courts to the let, and unanimously for Bryan. The ladies of Shearer Valley, Wayne failing, he will take his cause before the county, have organized a Bryan club and people in November. they are making it hot for those in their A wild and woolly rumor comes from midst who refuse to support the demoLexiDgton that Charley Brona'on de- cratic nominee. nounced John D. Carroll at Frankfort in Watson declares over his signature the most scathing terms for the part be 'hat he never wrote the article credited took against him in the convention, that to him healed "No Watson, No Bryan" Mr. Carroll took it like a little man and and that he would sacrifice all but honthat after studying over the matter he is or to elect Mr. Bryan. going to demand a retraction or blood. Jack Chtnn tells a Cincinnati EnTuia is the unreal boah from any stand quirer man that a careful poll of the dispoint. In the first place it in improbable trict gives Thompson a majority of not that Broueton denounced Carroll. But if lees thaiiSOO and that he thinks Kenhe did and Carroll took an insult so tucky is safe for Bryan. gravt, as this one U reported to be, he The Lawrenceburg NdWB says that hasn't the courage tJ demand satisfac- 1,500 to 3,000 people attended the barbetion and wont do so. cue there Saturday and left no doubt that the democrat of Anderson county are McKinlev has never been much better active, zealous and earnest. nor worse than his party which is cerWhat a sad ruin Palmer will be in For tainly not saying much for the the Sonata next winter. He will mt the financial record ct the republican even be picturesque. Buckuer has the party is the worHtof any party nver en- advautage, in thatie can bid Iriunelf trusted with the administration of this behind his corn-copipe at bia rural government. ourier-Journal. And yet home in Kentucky. Cin. Enquirer. the paper is doiog all it can to elect the After Judges W. B. Smith and R. J. Maje. No wonder it bea becooia so Breckintidgu had spoken at Shelbyville, odious to Kentuckiaua that it puts up a plea in a l.bl suit that t can not get Monday, Oapt. W. W. Jesse, a member of the republican ounty committee, justice in the State took th etaDd and renounced the repubIt is enougii to iIihUtU any man who lican party, saying that he would fight lias a spars of democratic fire in his na- from now on for Bryan. The New York World Iibb reliable ture to read th it "Tyler and some republican spoke on the money question here" advices from all parta of Virginia that or some other bolterurat and a republi- her 12 electoral votes will go o Bryan by cs'! did the same somewhere else. These 20,000 majority unless Hanna succeeds democrats never debate with a in buying the election officers in 15 counrepublican any more than one republi- ties as he hopes to do and upon which he can debates with another, thereby show- is basing hia calculations to carry the ing that they aro birdi no w of a feather, State. Our friend J. A. Craft, made a speech as they have always beea'at heart. to the colonists at Bernatadt for Palmer The New York Journal, which is doing and Buckner. He was answered by such grand work for the democratic tick. John Blunschiin the German language. et, was a? big as all out doors Sunday, A club was organized immediately after There were 44 pages and auca a variety the speaking closed. Every colonist at of interesting nutter tint one could not the meeting, with one exception, joined akim over it hardly in a day. Bj the tne Bryan forces. Mt. Vernon Signal. way this enterprising sheet is now deliv- The democratic campaign committee ered in Stanford at 1 r. t. the next day might use Mr. Craft to advantage if this atjer its publication and its scores of sub- is the result of his eflorts. scribers here read it with avidity. Boltocratic and republican paperB have been making much ado over the McKislkv ia already elected on piper. Matt Quay eayshe has 270 electoral fact that Talbott, Mr. Bryan's law partgentlevotes sure with more thau an even ner, will not vote for him, so that man publiphes the following card: "Have chance to get 07 more, tie very generalways been and now am a republican, ously concedes 110 to Bryan, but if money can't buy these, ho will steal but no man has a greater admiration or regard for Bryan thau I have. them if be can. Meantime Bryan march- higher His honesty, integrity and patriotism es on to certain victory, while the heathbe questioned. I fiave not "boltens rage and tbo two worthies named can not Bryan and any Btatemeut to ed" Mr. imagine a vain thing. that ellect is untrue." This from the Frankfort Capital calls The republicans of the 7th district nominated Billy Breckinridge for fir pistols and cofi'ee or a libel suit: have Congress and his name will go under the There is not a party that exists in that could not buy the support of log cabin. That's the place for it, but many who are supporting the old repro- both the Commercial and Post. Poverbate now, thought two years a?o that his ty stricken and without friends in any name would appear butter under another party, these journalistic failures are always banging about the political head kiml of house. Courier-Journal JOHN Pino-vill- e, It is reported that the British cruiser Talbot, with over 400 people aboard, foundered in the Atlantic. E. A. Strickland in jail at Paulding, Mies., set lire to the jail because the jailer wouldn't furnish him opium aud he and b colored f nnalo prisoner were cremated. The Grand Lodgo of Odd Fellows at Frankfort elected lion. John S. Gannt, of Carrollton, Grand Master for the enGeorge S Elsuing year, and liott, of Louisville, Grand Secretary. Ardis Smith, son of wealthy parent?, was sent to jail at Versailles, for 15 days under the new hotel law recently f metMAHILITIKS. ed in Kentucky, for beating a board bilf Capital stock paid In, in cash feo,ooo 00 to 17, J at Hotel Woodford. It is the first con- Surplus fund Individual Deposits 115.7307 viction reported under the new law. 1,17460 UndividrJ proMii.. Buford Overton paid the penalty for Due t Hanks. j jo We simply invite you to call and examine our stock of Suitings, his moat atrocious crime at Harlan O. H., JiJ.7i e; Trousers and Coats and if we can't save you money on them wc don't Monday, when Sherifl Smith did him a The all'unt I. II. 0sley. CaMr of the Far the foregoing Trust Oi neat job, breaking his neck liko a pipe mers ilanic is&true 10 the , nut ot that knowInl;i and ask you to buy. his statement stem and having him dead as a mackerel belief J II. OWSI.KY, Cashier II. Owsley, this Oct Sworn to before me by in 14 minuteH. The crime was commit'.V. M. 1IRIGMT, N ! 1. C Overton andoth-er- s 13, iSyO. ted in June 1S95, when .No. 9917. waylaid and he murdered a peddler A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, REPORT OF THE CONDITION and his wife, who had accused the sweetheart of one of them of taking eome of T. D. RANEY, Manager. their goods. Tho party escaped to VirNATIONAL BANK OF HUST0NVILLE Branch Stores: ginia but on their return a poeso captur-- THE AT HUSTOMVILLE, Buford and John Scott, alter killing Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthiani, William Overton. Scott was sentenced to In the Stat of Kentucky, at the cloe ufbiitieeas Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, Oct. 6, iSu6. the penitentiary for life and Overton giv en a death sentence. Just before the day and Franklort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. KKSOUllCKS set for his execution he escaped with the Loans and discounts ....! 14, )&7 j aid of friends, and was not captured till Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. . IJ,jm ot recently. On the scaffold he confessed U S Ilouds to secure circtiation his crime and saiu that whisky had Hanking Mouse, furnlturo and fixtures. !, ro Due trom National Hanks, not Rebrought him to his death - All wool novelty dress goods, worth 40c at 25c All wool Serge and Henriettas, all colors, worth 35c at 20c CONDITION'OKTHK Fancy Plaid Dress Gingham, worth 83 c, at 5c FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Latest Novelty Persian Percales, worth I2c, at 10c AT STANFORD, Ladies' all wool Hroad cloth, 52 inches wide, suitable for Capes At the close of bviMnets Oct. 6, 1896. and Suitings, worth 1, at 65c RKSOURCKS. IMankcts, per pair Loans and Discounts ..$iSj,4o s7 10x4 75c Overdralts 5,141 (1 Comforts, good lengths 48c 1,984 07 Other stock Due from Hanks 1,15.5 9 Good Jeans, worth 20c, at lUnllng house and lot 5,50 co Eiderdown, all colors, worth 50c, at 30c &uo 00 Furniture and fixtures... Taxes paid Ladies' Dongola, pat. tip, worth S1.50, at 750 00 9SC Kxptnses. 150 at Ladies' Grain and Gl. Grain Lace Shoes at 95c Cash MiOS4 S v. 15,(14 ! Reserve Agents '.... Gents' Fine Shoes $1 to $$ Best plow shoe in town for only $1 I2c FALL (L0Tf)inG. T bt 1 THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. el serve Agents Duelrom State Hanks and Hankers tARM AND TRADE ITEMS. . Due from approved reserve agents.. Checks and ether cash Items 74c. in Notes ot other Sationsl Hanks No. 2 wheat has gone up to Kractlen.11 paper currency, nickels ami Louisville. cents II. Bepzley sold to S. W. Menefee E. Lawful Money Reserve In Dank, vie a gelding for $125 Specie ",ijj 00 J. E. Lynn sold to Josh Adams 70 Legal tender notes eo.oof) 00 Redemption fund uith U S Treaturer yearling cattle at 3c. 5 per cent of circulation of A. M. & Lynn bought Woods p 8 8 iiOCaUDO .5W 78 35 7 3,1(1 e 10 jo "i'JJ i9J 00 j5 ys 5 Pence 205 sheep at of $1 . Total - W. G. Cowan sold to Montin Fox $l b' -C- Gentry, 2:00J, will try to go a mile in 2:00 at Terre Haute on the 20th. William Cloyd bought in Cnsey nnd e Adair a bunch of extra good feeding nt 3c. George S. JoneF, of Ptilnsai, dip pop ed of a bunch of heifers and steers here at 2 to 2.05. A Madison county man has contract-e- d to furnish 50 cars of baled hay to Indiana parties. J. M. Roberts, of Pulaski, sold to various parties herp 20 yearlings and twt cattle atSC. year-olJohn F. Cash nought of George W Jonep, of Pulaski, o bunch of 2 and -J- three car loads export cattle at 4c. ohn R. cat-ti- I, I AI1II. I II KS. Capital stock paid ill Surplus fund Undivided profits National Hank note outMamllB;; Due to other National Itsvsiks... . Due to state Hanks and banker' Individual deposits subject tu check $9a,t0 CM H.i ' o i,(tj 10,55000 3,487 . Wo Do Not select some few articles and tell how low we sell them, don't think thrt our goods are high priced. Our competitors know that, quality considered, we sell poods cheaper than others that's what bothers them: but it's your advantage. Our store was designed and arranged to do business with small expense, yet it is the most commodious and carries Pp.nnv's Dkuo Stork. largest stock -jn C- . if )j 40 99 . 61,313 45 ?r5'iTr3(WfT0) Total I JiS','07 Ji J W. I locker, Cashier of the above nam'd Hank, do solemnly swear that the aboe sraicment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J W. IIOCKEK, Casher Subscribed and sworn tn lielorc me this 11th day ot Oct., 1S06. J.J. McilonieaTS, N. I' I. C. J T Kotr., II II H OWN. Directors jp. ....... it!) 1. ... . - ., . . y - . ... - . ... . . ... - ...... ,. . . SPECML PRICES for " T J. Roiiinso.v, i;88. ;: d REPORT OP THE CONDITION at 2 80. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, AT STANFORD d CO. Peaice.of Flemingsburg, Bold to O. O. Jerome, of Chicago, for $3,000 the gray mare Phenol, 2:071. J. O. Johnson, of Boyle, bought in the Shelby City section a bunch of two cattle at 3c. and Baron Rogers won the Ashland stake at Lexington, with Bouncer second, and James L. third. Best time 2:13J. Time Wood, a yearling pacer by Time Onward, went a mile at Richmond in 2:243. He went the first half in l:07i. Joab Rigney, of Casey, sold here this week a lot of cows and calves at 2 to 2c steera at and a buuch of three-vear-ol- d two-year-o- In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business !i Oct. 6, 1S96 Jj 2Jc RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $ijV94 19 Overdrafts, secured nnd unsecured. - 7,06837 U. S. Honds to secure Circulation 50,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc 17,71707 Banking-house, furniture and fixtures.. 9,150 00 Other real eatale and mortgages owned 1,57a OO Due from National Hanks, not Re2,9(8 05 serve Agents,.. 173 17 Due from State Hanks and Hankers 3,830 36 Due from approved reserve agents 516 80 Checks and other cash items Notes of other Nat. Hanks.. 3 063 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 354 19 Specie- 8,913 73 13,479 75 Will be made the asking on 1 1 Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, 1 Screenings and Shipstuff. ..v C) '!.! I I I FOR 30 DAYS J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. :::: : f 1 "V. ... ,1 iv M is III ...SAO TS-- ! H. G. RUPLEY, TflE MERGMNT TAILOR 1 John B. Foster and J. H. McAlister bought of Dr. J. B. Owsley and W, H, cattle Kinnaird, assignees, GO 1,000-lb. Han-na'- a Ken-luck- y I Hides have advanced 20 to 45 per cant, within tho last 30 days and leather ia responding to the advance in the raw material. The chickenBin Madison county are dying rapidly from a disease called "limber nee." It seems impoesible to find a remedy that will cure it. Sales of 18 cattle, 1,375 pounds average at 3J, 70 of 1,440, at 4c. and 00 of same weight, November delivery, at 4.15, are reported in the Winchester Democrat. The agricultural department's figures for the fiscal year juBt ended show that the American farmers Bold to foreign nations $750,000,000 worth of produce, above last year's amount. During September 214,853,307 pounds of cotton were exported, against 04,099,- 117,-000,0- at3c. Legal tender notes 4,55600 Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer 3 per cent, of circulation Due I rem U. S. Treasurer, other than 5 per cent, redemption fund Total Is Receiving his rr'JSH 3,35000 " mi. " ?jos(44 03 lr9 01 All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. r-- i I.IAHIUTIKS. Capital stock $100,00000 Surplus fund 5,) 00 Undivided profits, les expenses anil taxea paid 34(s jg National Hank Notes outstanding 45,000 00 Due to other National Hanks 1,641 94 Due to State Hanks and Hankers 1,410 01 Individual deposits subject to check ... S9,uio 35 Cashier's checks outstanding ro f.. I. 11 J !.. JIUCft ixcuuiwuu 54,tB7 37 1 I w. 1 ' W. WITHERS Has the Best Goods and Examine his stock of Makes Prices to Suit the Hard Times. Total .$308,144 05 OK KENTUCKY, Countj- - of Lincoln, STATE I, John J.McKobcrts, cashier of above named Hank, do solemnly swear that that the above state, ment is true to the best of my knowledge and bo. lief. JOHN J McKOHEKIS. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this nth dav ol Oct., 18915. W. M. BRIGHT, N. P. L. C. J. S. IIOCKEH. M. D. Klmore W. A. Tkibblk,: Directors. Carpets, Furniture, , Window Shades, Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods. Q These Read, Bargains Re-rea- d Can't Last Long as We Have Only A Limited Amount of Of Them on Hand. During These Hard Times. Read the Prices Below: uj and Read Again. i Don't Let A Bargain Slip Your Fingers Children's Department. Good Suit Wool Suit $1.50 $2 50 s$i.oo to $500 35c and up 25c : ; OVERCOATS. Good, Long Storm Coat Good Dress Coat Wool Storm Coat Wcol Dress Coats All wool Storm and Dress Fine Dress Overcoats .'SSSS-2--'. Hi !$ v xinc ouitsa Knee Tants ShirtVVaists - ': :! Mil I ...n.iii. :r;ra: fisrn liii .. wim w mw piwi.i m i t i M" t"L "! LT 3i Ti '3'? l - ..-..- KrflShaMBSkahiVvWMai m r I V Men's Suits. $$ M s $5.00 5.00 7.50 7.50 10.00 $12, 13 50, 15. CO J- 9) Boys' Department. Good Suits, 3 pieces Wool Suits All Wool Suits Fine Suits Overcoats $3 50 33 V. aHHi, Good Suits, double or single breasted All Wool Suits Fins Suits ji $7,50 to 8 00 i Ss I $10, 12.00, 15.00 r i m .a i ii m iV ri rr tti rfr " T ifh i i: t 1Y"-f'- rr JS ..ii E? tf Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Sz;c. $5.00 S10.00 53.00 and up .........Sy.so llJ r.i CI Shirts, best fitting and neatest patterns Si.oo Shoes, not to be excelled in quality or price Hats, fine Fedora, worth much more, but sold at 75c Stiff Hats, best values ever seen Si to S3. 50 Neckwear, latest designs and pattern?, choice 50c Remember Our Motto: ''Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded' We ask you but One Price and Mark in Plain Figures. Call and See us Before Buying. We can Save You Money These Hard Times. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Proprietors, THE CRE71T BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLS) HUkSKtSS or 1 Danville, Kentucky. FORGOU), SO FAR. $rftfM&ffo&Jfjt ' rre .THE SOUTH. HOLDING Electoral Votes. Vermont Maine Of 4 0 10 flNE POSITIONS. MEN " '' ttxmtit C' MCOMUCNOCO BY THE UAOIXG BUSIStSS THE COUNTRY, (3) UttNTION CO PS WAN Ttp, Total ron Alabama Tenneseeo OreRon BILVKR. Dock Cobb, of Madison bad a hen to Majority. lay nu prb, on one side of which, in is the letter "B." On the other 30.000 43,000 side is an exact figure, also in o( an American dollar, on which are 79,000 plainly visible an eagle and the tigurie 10 to 1, the "1" being pn ceded by b "f ." bas-relie- f, bas-relb- f, 11 12 1 FARRIS Arkansas S & HARDIN, GeorjtU Florrlda Total 13 4 52 50.000 20,000 21S To vote legally in this State a man must have resided one year in the Stale, 17,000 six months in the county, GO days in t e 57.000 town or city and GO days in the precinct 41,000 27,000 THE GIBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, And the like, and you should ire my snc an t my piices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lo.k man Kvek. 1 r "I declare myaeK in favor of bimetalA. O Miles shipped two car 10818 tf lism, and for the restoration, by proper legislation, of silver to its monetary con- bogs to Cincinnati last weik for which dition, as it existed prior to 1S73, believ he paid $2 77. Jesse Neal add his f rro ing that in eo doing the greatest good to at Nealson last week of 150 acres to F. D Knight at about $70 per acre. Mr. Knight the greatest number will be accomplishBig Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of ed and that prosperity to all classes will now owns in one tract, in the neighho Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' result theiuhom, and that this country hoed of 400 acre, all of which is one ci Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps U strong enough, in an 1 of itself to take the best tracts of UnJ in Jessamine counthe advanced stop toward restoring silver ty. Journal. a one of the standards of our financial The Benton Tribune telle of a prolifsystem, which will result, in my opinion, ic sow. At the age of 11 months she in bringing about an international con- brought a litter of 15pigtj jimaix months ference with reference to the status of after she gave birth to 13 pigs juat six HKKI) OK TIIK silver, na money, in all tho principal mouths alter that Bhe was bleesed with VZV.f countries of tho world." Mr. Porter in 14 pigs just six months alter thht she ashis letter accopting the democratic nomi tonished her owner with 14 more new My Ilrcedcrs were selected Irom tnp bout herds oTthit lamous breed of siue In ieeial different nation for governor of New York. pigs. Kich litter cameou the 22d of tl e Mates. A splttidid loiol pigs of diltrent ages for sal, llreti iowi a sptOalu Satisfaction uUtSMSBKflSLEHEfliS Mr. Friend, a "jumping-jack- " orator month, guaranty. Corrctpondrnce solicited. Addtcn fir the gold bugs, spoke to a fair crowd The grape growers of Northern Ohio I1RONAUGII, here Saturday. In Monticollo, however, are Hllirod with a big crop. The vinet Cral. Orchard, Ky he didn't fare quite eo well, as we are in are black with the fruit, which is selling formed that he committed an act unbe- at five cents a basket of 10 pounds in coming a gentleman, and when he arose in tho vineyards. There ia no proGt in to "cat his capers" he was promptly such a price, for the basket costs 2 J cts., Thin Is tho best market and ours is tho tct homo to ship to. Wo maVo liberal AdhiseoJ from tho Htage. Somerset Repor and tho picking t8 much moio vances on consignments, lioaldva.wo havo better facilities tlinn other houses In having ter. inany largo factories to supply. UoRet you tho top prico ami pay snot cosh ; not In Anteeo, that sold a few years ago for trudo. Io traveling agents. Ship all your wool uud farm produco direct to The secretary of Stato of New York 150,000, wes knocked down to Millard HERNDON-CARTEdecided (hit the National c'eaiornt c 110 Third Stroot, or 313 to 310 Murroll Court, LOUISVILLE. KY. ticket is entitled to a place on the otlicial Saunders at Philadelphia for $1,200 ballot under tho designation given, but Those who believe chronic dianhcea to be Gov. Matthews in Indiana decided not to should read what Mr P. H. Gtisham, of on the Gaar Mills, "I allow the sound money democrats to use have been a La., has to say chronic subject, vu:cer diarrhoea sulferer Irom tho name "National Democrats" on tho since the war and have tried all kinds ol mediI lound a remedy that elfected cine for it. At ollhial ballot. Tho National democrats a cure and that last Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera was and Diarrhoea Hemedy,' This medicine can alwill not submit another name, and tho ways be depended upon for colic, cholera morbus djicntery ami marrhoea. It is pleasant to lake board may i elect ono to suit itself. aud never fails to effect a cure. In order to accommodate tho people 35 and S3 cent sizes for sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists who desired to attend Mr. Bryan's West Virginia meetings tho railroad compaseago the editor A reaches the principal cities of the South with .1 sen-icof superbly appointed nies wete compelled to utilize freight vere few weekscaused him to wasintaken with a cold that be a most miserable condition. It was undoubtedly a bad case of through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to llarriman, Chattatheir supply of passenger coaches la and recognizing it as dangerous, hu look nooga, Attalla, iHnningham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, cars, steps to bring cure. bilng exhaustt d When people ride in immediate advertisement olabout a spctdy Cough Krom the Chamberlain's and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs n nnllHr'.il nni.nh it ta Kemedy and the many good recoiimendatiCLS m n.ratn liunr eluded thcieln, we coocfudod lo make a first trial and Ashevillc; and front Chnttanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroc not safe to settle tho election in advance ol the medicine. Tour that it was satutactory mM.1 TflrrtMfvIt frMtfict Clnnnni-4s T n A..1A fltlfl results is pulling it very indeed. It by taking straw votes in the Pullman in its like magic and the result mildly speedy and was a acted San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, J? permanent cure. We have no hesitancy in tec- cars. ft ommenomg . tms excellent lougn ; via New Orleans or via Shreveport. ) to A dispatcli oi triuay sayB. in a M 'form ' ffll . th h Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati ST Virginia excursion party that called UP- - rt Hanner of Liberty,forLlbertytown, Maryland. sS sale by Craig &IIock' 1 he s ond joe slses with every accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor Lj&s&O!'' on McKinley were 1,000 er, Druggists. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa"" soldiers. A bigger lie was never sont tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and out Thora aro not that rnanv Confod- - . MountainCroup Quickly ouroa, were suf filpiin Aik. Our childien Chattanooga. !mi52!?5Stt. pylga erate soldiers in tho entire South, who ' fering with croup when we received a bottle of Kemedy. Chamberlain's Chaa. W. Zell, W. O. Binearaon, l deserteu tueir nnlnrfl anu anna over nfUnt teUef,F,CcughThornton. It afforded slmes nave This celebrated Vtv. Pcwi'r Agt., Cincinnati. 0, 0. P. A., Ctnclniuitl, 0. iremedy is for sale by Craig & liocker, Druggist! to tho enemy. Dkalhks In McKinley rents one of his houses to be used lorn saloon, and Hobart is direc 000 tor in one of the largest brewing companies in the United States. With Steel Beam is consideied the btt for turning uncer K.ig Weed and siubDle. WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. S. K. WEAR EN. o n n rr O i 3 S 3 in n i -- i p' 3 w Prices to Suit The Times. HLUK-GKAS- oo o P 5' rr -- . 3 rr q, S RED KG GS. P Z g. oi 3 Pr O -- S a n 1 3 to on ri a lsssVSHsaifl' HMBKwPW WrU R. H. p n a p "2. n Z 8.0 B O WOOL, WOOL. R o H X I -- . ? a. p 3 C- 2- - p 3 Si S-- s H CO. 3 p 3 3. C- 3 rn CT P tcur-abl- e O 2. r aa o w THE r H 73 w t p in a C 7? u P o P I) in c " "3 Queen &Crescent ROUTE e dtt-fi'Ttrtr- f a. 8 - g. CL " -- 1 a " O 3'S .WE VVILL pe ! GontiMe Oof Sale - -- :aTw S.'j. :T. Of Goods at cost until the H , ! ENTIRE STOCK Is disposeJ of. I W. H. WEAREN St CO. ., .1 V r'l it?i , nt i I ilrfEFM Stanford. Ky., !NTERi0SJ0lRMIU COTTONSEED HULLS. Question and I AN ADDRESS TO WORKIKGHEN. that :r Oct. 16, 1896 W. P. WALTON. u Miss BettiaV. Loan , Hustonvillo, Ky., Desirei to announce to her old customers and friends that her Dress Making Parlors are now open for visitors and invites any desiring her serjS-vices to call early and secure dates. Iflu p. COAL I I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and mil Veep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such as you want at the lowest potlble prices for Cash. Office, Mill &t. and Railruad Crossing, ooposite Roller Mills. J. U. HIUGINS. Manic m, kv, 37 , . ii u. IS J. K. Van Arsdale, -- ! U DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. in. Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Be Sure to Give Him a Call. Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, ure upon the part of the people. In the event erf bounteous harvwth, to get the Eczema, Tetter, grain from tlie granaries. Cnvnlry IIor. Now, to obtain our food supplies and all diseases of the blood and Tho specifications laid down by the what iVoh modern elvillzutlon require - Makes You Well. government under which cavalry horsos from u.? Tlw medium of exchange Aiuner a to IVeirt Method of Feeding Them. "What is tho best method of ftxjd-in- g cottonseed hulls? A noighbor foods bran and nienl nlone, then tho brills, with nbotit a qnnrt of cottonseed meal. I think thnt tho wholo should bo mixed and fed together. Whioh way is boat, and why?" CottoiiFced hulls aro hard, dry tvod coats, comprising nbont half tho weight of cotton seed ns brought to market. They nro coated with a short, fuzzy lint, which is almost puro colluloeo. Tho hulls aro n poorly digestive food, nearly the equal of wheat straw, however, when well cleaned. Tho hulls from rather immature green seed which arc taken oft early in the season may bo better than hull? from seed cleaned later in tho season, because parts of kernels aro left in tho hulls. For maintenance feeding, tho earliest hulls received from tho mills may be fed alono, but so poor a food should bo combined with somo meal to balance tho ration. Cottonseed meal is best, as it is tho mast concentrated with which to balance tho hulls, though as tho amount of digcstiblo food in a ration of hulls when balanced by cottonseed meal is rather low it may often bo well to food somo wheat bran, and possibly somo commeal could bo used to advantage Tho best modo of feeding tho hulls to havo tho ration consumed in proportions fixed by tho feeder as well as for tho animal to make tho best uso of tho ration is to mix tho meal with tho hulls. Tho mixtures of cottonseed hulls and meal mado tit tho oil milla aro in tho very best form to feed. If they can bo put under control, liko tho sale of forrilizors, so that feeders will bo sure to got their money's worth of digestiblo food, tho mixing cun bo done more cheaply at tho mill than The mill men can havo scientifically balanced rations mndo and sell a3 ninny "brands" of feed, or rations of different quality, as they can find salo for. But foodors would better do their own mixing until thero is somo guarautoo of tho elements in digestiblo food. Frank E. Emery in Rural New Yorker. er for a stock on hand. If, as tho bankers of the country demand, wo destroy our greenbacks Shall "Wo Ilnvc Moro Money nntl nnd treasury notes, nnd if, as Secretary 6ayB, silver dollars Increased Prosperity, or Iycss Carlisle gold, and to prevent are redeemthe endless able In Money and Harder Times. chain performance, which we nro always subjected to, we also6upplantour silver dollars with bonds, we find THE GREAT QUESTION. money dependent upon our gold stock of or a per capita of five dollars, nbout tho same as now employed by countries, Spain, those enlightened Present Suffering tho Result of Causes Portugal, Italy nnd Mexico. Would you, with your eyes open, voto Wholly Artificial, Which Can for such a policy? And yet this is Easily Bo Removed. what confronts us if tho gold standard our-fcclves Looo clothes and downy cushions bring only a 0, negative sort of comfort to the woman who is wo possess a gold stock of the or five dollars per capita. Hut, organs with some dnnte or derangement ol and distinctly feminine Some clothes argument sake, I will admit of such some positions make the pain and ti.e discomlort $350,-000,00g AN ELECTION NOTICE. Notice Is given ihat an election will seem lets. 1'erhans the iiervtn ari most tlertrd Nothing and this in turn disturbs the digestion will ever completely relieve but a radical cure. ' female complaints'' nay The start ol a very slight thing Indeed, It may be that in Ihe beginning some smsll hygienic in fit u res would stop the trouble. Certsiuly at this tiuio a little bit of Ihe right medicine would stop it. When Ihe trouble becomes woise it it harder to cure but stilt it can be cured Dr. Tierce's favorite will positively cure anr trouble of that character It may be absolutely relied upon. It atTords lasting relief to n woman whoso natural modesty has kept Iter from consulting a phyti clan. seiit at cents in onr-cestamrs to Werld'i IM- pcnury Medlc.l Association, llttfslo, N. V. and recH'e Dr l'ieicn's ot luge "Common Sense Mecical Adviser, piolustly illustrated, le held on tt Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 1896, Al the regular November Election, in Lincoln county, ry , lor the purpose of taking the senso of the legal nnd qualified voters of said county on the proposition wrether or not in hsv Kre Turn-piknod Gravel Holds In said county ol Lincoln. Said election will be held tn puniuanceot an order ot the judge at the Lincoln county Court, mads aid entered at the Augutt term of said court, ifV which order lain words and figures, as is McIIrlilo, of tho American l'cUurutlou of Litbor, Urges Working-me- n to Voto for Itrjitn uml Tree CuliiHgo iin tho UoHt uml Only Mrunit for Ilrlugliig to tho Country Ouc .Morv. l'ro-IHTl- ty To the Workingmen of the United States: It will only be u few days now before you will be culled upon to exercise the sovereign power grunted you by our wustltutjon the right of auf-ferag- e. Before costing your Uillots permit me, us one of your number, to make a suggvMlons. few The one great fact that stares ua all In the face. Is that of the wretched and n condition of millions of fellow-workme- n. heart-broke- our How cun the awful Buffering of our people be allelutcl is, 1 know, your gmitotst concern. Hcllect, then, for a moment and rt el5-wher- e. dlstrwMng condition prevailing rewult of natural or artificial caused. A natural cuum: would te the failure of our noil to yield euilleient food to sustain our people. Fiunlno would result and a Unanelul jxniic would bo a natural contvquenw. An nrtlfrclal cntitm would bo the fail- ulth youraehea as to whether tike are tlse Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it tST Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. F. B. Twidwell, 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, Harrodsburg, Ky. Superior Plumbing! Ba workman of 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water Closets, Frostproof Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs nro bought aro as follows: Tho cavalry horso must bo sound, woll bred and of superior class, geutlo under tho saddle, free from vicious habito, with free and prompt action at tho walk, trot ami gallop; without blemish or defect, of a kind disposition, with eiwy mouth aud gait and otherwise to conform to the following description: A guiding of uniform and hardy color, in good condition, from 15. 1 to 10 hands high, weighing not less than D50 nor moro thau 1,150 pounds and from ! to 8 years old; head and cars small, forehead broad, eyes largo and prominont, with perfect vision in every respect; shoulders long and sloping woll back; chest full, broad and deep, fore legs straight aud standing woll undor, barrel large and increasing from girth toward flank, withers olovatcd, back short and straight, loins and haunches broad aud muscular, hocks woll bent and under tho horse, pastern slanting and feet small aud sound. Each borso will be subjected to a rigid inspection, and any animal that does not meet tho above requirements in every respect will bo rejected. A horso under 5 yearn old will not bo accepted unless ho be an especially lino animal and woll developed. Every accepted animal must boprovidod with a strong hemp halter free of charge to tho government. . sue-cessf- money. Tlkereforo, you tire directly concerned as to the volume of money In circulation, for upon thnt depends tlw opportunity of exchanging your lalxir for tike neeenerftriett und comforts of life. If the quantity of raom-- le limited as It Is iu Chiua to hay ono or two dollars jxt capita, u very low state of civilisation prevulls and human things arc y practically transformed into animal. for tlve benefit of Individuals called mandarines or noblemen. If the quantity be greater, as In Mexico, or Spain, or Italy, or l'ortugal, u higher Mate of civilization prevails and the jeople are in n much better condition than the ChineMj. If, as in France, a $M) per capita prevails, we reach a high grade of civilization and find that nearly of human beings cun exist comfortably within that hinnll area of territory. Therefore, in my judgment, whether in thi. land of fertility our per capita of money be one dollar or $40 dlrvcth our welfare and determines x hether w are to lx free men or slaves. The following resolution of the Pennsylvania republican convention of lbO.'i is in point here"U'c, the rpi)ubll"ann of Pennsylvania In convention anHimblcO. repent for the regulation nnd government of tho national curreney thu following principles of finance, which were luinouneeJ to us nt our last state convention, anil which Hlnce then have received the overwhelming approval of our citizens: ' "We favor the expansion of the circulating medium of tho country until the same shall amount to $40 per capita of our population,' " Tlte farmers also, through their National alllano", have repeatedly demanded a circulating medium of 550 per capita, to keep pace with our concerns - Hlght Kind of Swllio to Ilrei-ilThe object to bo attained by all hog raisers is tho greatost profit Asj.eclalty. WOKKMANSH IP SECOND TO in tho shortest time, or tho hog that will mako tho most iork with tho least NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out of trie State. Ask your Danvlll? food. Tho first essential is good blood. friends about my woik, It will always tell. In breeding for market, however, thero is a point in tho T. F. CLARKE. lino of polished finish boyoud which it Clemens House Bul'ding, Dinville, Ky is uuproiltublu to puss. A hog that at maturity cauuot from tho flrmnoss of form and symmetry of breeding American Sclentlflo be mado to weigh over 800 pounds net Agenoy for cannot bo profitably bred for pork, and wffiWm jijTTm the best breed for profit is ono that at 8 to 10 months of ago will weigh not less than 250 to 300 pounds net Tho best all round hog for market is ono that will s2 fatten at any ago from 8 weeks to 8 IJl."1! M HHHft CAVEATS. 1 Trt Bm months. J. II. MoDowoll. TRADE MARKS. HM avad ing Professor Gloabou puts tho young animal into u carriage houso or box Btall or some rather small inolasuro whore it cannot get away. Then Qleason himtulf goes into tho stall, looks straight at tho Largest circulation of any nelentlflo paper In tho world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent colt aud cracks a small whip at it. Tho man should be without It, Weekly, g3,OOn year; tl JO six months. Addreiw, MUNN CO,, colt runs away into tho corner. Tho Vcbluueus. 301 Uroadway, New Yorb City. trainer follows it and cracks tho whip again. Sometimes tho animal wheels and tries to kick tit tho truiuer, an emergency that must bo looked out for. When it does this, tho trainer givos it a sharp cut on tho hind legs with tho whip and overy timo it tries to kiok it gets tftm-lttho cut, from whioh it presently learns i f an object lesson. The trainer keeps on crucking tho whip till ho gots tho colt to turn its head toward him aud look at him. Tho momont it does this tho trainer steps up and pats it on tho point of tho shoulder. When tho colt kicks, ho gets u cut, when ho looks at his master ho is rewarded. Ho finds this out very soon uml "in 15 to 80 minutes ho you nrouud liko a dog," ropiirlfll't 1S05 by Win. J. Uoltxclnw. will follow says tho horeo tamer. it.nin.ii.u-.SAuKtU oUriuOi ti..tc, nutlet. hpvelll. Iu crossing tho hackney and tho trotWurls r "'" duictly under the .Ujili.l Ici u.vlu ter, breed tho hackuoy Btalliou to tho Devotional and Revival Aleetlngs, trotting mare. Singing Schools and Day Schools, It is better to havo a harness room Sunday Schools & Young People's off to itself. Tho ammonia iu tho stable Societies, with Rudiments. odors rots harness. Wash harness clean n.24 T' dot. by y rest, ti.'t SIplle cry I'T ml fJA.isiKliuuJrvU by Ireigbl. Sui all nni.r. u. and oil it frequently. ly 1111il. Lnuurillr, Ky 11 V W William J. Holtzclaw. It is astonishing how few men know how to drive a horso decently. Many a Who can think valuablo horse has been ruined by a of some slmplo foolish, stupid or brutal driver. Boys Wanted-- An thing to potent? especially are great sinners toward a Protect ". junn wai;r.u for tbelr ti.UJU prlw offer horse. write Washington. I). C. For Information and f reo Handbook wrlto to MUNN & CO., SCI DllOiOWAT. NEW YORK. Oldest bnreau for securing patents In America. Krery patent taken out by us ts brouxht before the publio by a notice given free otchargo In the COPYRIOHT8. DESICM PATEMT8, result and distress is general. Tills Is an artificial panic, and the gainers under such a st.tte of attains are the few who liecomc noblemen or masters, and the sufferers are the many xvho, through long continuation trusts? That your reply will le "yes" to this yields us mifllcient for our latter proposition I have not the slight' If our soil needs, and representing that need is est doubt. Yours respectfully, JOHN MnrUDR. a small volume of money, n panic is the Marvelous Rosulta. purses lliis seAHnn. Fire at Guayaquil, Ecuador, detroy- prevnlls. To prevent such degradation our only ed filo.OOU.OOO worth of property, on present alternative is bimetallism. which there, were only i'J.OOO.OOO of The government statistics give us $21 per capita, and the great press of the country refer with great gusto to that i of magnificent (I) showing, what little France enjoys. They do not tell us, however, that the 500,000,000 and odd silver dollars which go to make up tho per capita were only MONSTER R. R. secured to us after a fierce resistance from the gold advocates nnd n most determlnod fight on the part of tho friends of silver. Had the gold men been victorious In that contest, our per capita would have been reduced nt least seven dollars. Equine and Canine Carnivals, Nor do the united money advocates At STANFORD, refer, at this time, to the fuct that it was through their efforts thnt the Sherman law, which added $150,000,000 to our volume of money, was repealed. Neltlvcr do they (Just before the election) demand the retirement of the $340,000,000 United Stntcs greenbacks, which would reduce our volume of money to thnt extent. Not any of these facts do they tell you nt this time because they fear that you may get on to tlvo system they projwso establishing to enslaw you in the event of tlveir being successful In November. If this outfit of labor oppressors ever made one prediction which came true, somo slight credence might lw placed in a statement from tlwm at this critical time. Li Lot us ee. Were they right wlven, ft' : 4 through their wcretnry of the treasury, C tli John Sherman, they exacted of President Hayes a veto of tlve bill? Py which bill was added over V HVcjTK'jrja $370,000,(vo to our currency nnd to tliey now jwint xvlth ho much xvhich pride as part of our volume. Wero they right in 1S93, when they cxactexl of the executive nnd their congressmen the rcjeal of tho Sherman law? Do you recall lvow tliey enlisted every banker, broker, manufacturer, The only MG SHOW cominc corjorntlon attorney, lonrd of trade thisj ear. He in town early an J nnd chamber of commerce in live counsee try to join in the demand for tho repeal, stating that if done prostcrity ike gsaxd, would immediately follow. They, as well as every finnnclal student In tho country, knew they were Rain or shine. lying then os they nre lying now, and that insteod of prosperity their policy Free Balloon Ascension 5,000 feet has been nnd will continue to le mis-cr- y High with Parachute Daily. nnd starvation for the masses. They now have the audacity to again Popular Prices cf Admission m Two Performances and 7 P demand thnt you follow them, and again nre calling to their aid all the bankers, brokers, manufacturers, NATIONAL BANK ministers, union generals (who OK STANFORD. KY. advocate in their reports moro soldiers to better enable the masters to intimidate and coerce), bonrds of trade, Otipltal Stock- - SIOO.OOv n-owned newspapers, coqoratlon attorneys nnd all other influences to Surpluo force us to n continuance of the single gold standard. Attention ot the public is invited lo in Is ot this is provisions of ths Hank Sttnloi. The question for you to decide K Under the the only National National in Hank At will you follow their advice nnd plunge depositors are secured not only by tha capita the stockholders liability lor headlong into poverty nntl serfdom, to tack, but by to the slock, so that depositors k. C mount equal national bankruptcy nnd ruin, to loss this institution are secured by a fund of $40o,cnc nf lh baai five sworn statements olthecondition of suffrage nnd loss of mnuh(d? Or arc made each yearto Ihe United .State govsrt will you stand In the full strength of tnent and its assets are eiamined at stated tiutt y American manhood nnd by the bravery anagovernment agents, thus sveunng addititow ptrfeel safety to depositors. of your ballot strike a blow for the resThis institution, originally established as th, Deposit Hank of Stanlordin i8j3, theu toration of constitutional coinage and ised as the National Hank ol Sianlord in iS6j uni the emnnclpntiou of the American toll-c- r again as the First National Usok o unintei in S8, from the shackles of monopolies und Stanlordoxistenceofhas had practically an suppli years. It is better rupted one-half Mors tl.HU IL'.OOO.OOO have been hung Gravel Koads In said county. On motion up for trotters nnd pucera in stakes nnd application ofolJ tho applicants' countei herein, the M Co k and others, voters of Hrf .tar Term t.tifcoln Couuljr Court held Aiif 0,186, Hen. Reo. M, Davison, Judge I'lrsiding. In the mitt"! ol J M Cook and others, vol ri cl Lincoln county, Ky., lor a vote in sail county upoiith prpwttton tn have Kree Turnpikes and ooznsrcr HALL& McFLINNS iQsu n.iAiC 3ir IJBiy ySS S Wednesday, Oct. 21. Lincoln county, ry., heretofore directed to, and received hy the County Judge of the Lincoln Co. Coutt, wai sul mitttd to the Judge of said crurt at the regnlar August term theteiil, and in the i..ih day ot AiiKust, if .and il appearing to the satis, faction of the Judged said court that a wlitten application ikln for a votn upon the proposition to hac Kree Turnpikes and (ir.vel ltrads in Lincoln county, Ky , was heretofore, tu- - it. On ihe presented to and recciv fih day ot August, ed by said jude, and that and written application was signed by a number ot voters cf ssid Co, ol Llnco n equal to ts per cent c f the vote csst at ths lastpreceiding e rclion held in said c untv, which was a general and regular election, and the petitioners mslinir ald ppllcsllon having paid into court a st,tli lent amount ot money to pay for the ordrrs, pnutlng, advertising and allolhereec-estar- y exprnsis connected with the election pray ed tor 11 is now therefore ordered thai an election be held In Lincoln count), Kentucky, at the neat regular election therein on the jrd day of November more than fo da s intervening between the entering of this order and Ihe day of said regular election, to take the sense tl the quslified v . tcrs of said county upon the proposition to hav Kree Tu'tipikri aD,i t.iasel Heads in the said Co. of Lincoln, and 1 horoai U Newland, the iherlll of said county 0f Lincoln, Is hereby directed lo open a poll at tacn and allot the voiiog precincts In said county of Lincoln at the lime hetelofore designated, for the purposed taking the sense of 'he qualified vo ers of the county ot Lincoln on inpioioiui)ti1i0tf,Mj, T U NEWLANU. S I. C lS, if., "Big Four" New Line IV'twirn Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. TIIK SCHKDIM.F. Air. Toledo Arr. Detrelt 1 Lve Cincinnati y r ) S .s.-'.s-j- v t j o a m. J p. to. 9 6 15 p nt. a. p tn lUand-Alllso- n Through ceacMs, Wagner Meeplng Cars Cincm natl to Toledo aud Cincinnati to Detrelt on night trains ll No service Irtwten Cincinnati, Toledo and ()RK LINK, is AS GOOD A OUH NKVV OOI) AS OUK CHICAGO LINK, AS AS GOOD AS Ol R ST LOUIS LINE, lluj vour lltkels trrourh vis "Big Kour " Icr full infi insiKii csil enI)sgrrts r aifdrris II MAkllN. K O MctORMALK, A TkL Agl, Pass IrsHc.Mgr dm De-tro- hrough coachts and psrlof cars on day trains it n. l'n Ky. Midland R'y, Ciiiclmintl and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between Only Dnect LiLe Between ".:: mui mm, Frankfort, Goortfotown and PnrlB, Carlisle), Mfiyavlllo, Oynthinna, Fnlmouth nnd OovlnRton. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Trains Time TabU April ly, ifH. ritAINS EAST. A 1 (.ve Frankfort " Klkhorn ' " Stamping t. round Georgetown-..!- ! No. t. No 3 No. 7. am p m. p. m. 655 100 sot 18 1 so ;ci 7 ; high-price- d FIRST Arr. ('. S. Depot .. C ... " Paris Lve Paris ..;$ .S)o s .. J S3 4); 5J 4. ! IU ) M '' "i s 1 t No. J. p, m, o 40 to TRAINS WKST No No. 6 J No. 4 3 10. foreig- 23.701 C . .. 9 J ' C. 8 Depot . 10 " Georgetown II i 40 " Stamp's Gro'd to jS 11 i " Klkhorn 11 J 4 rr Frankfort A a tu. p. m. a. tn. 31 43 I $ 6 34 J" J s; '3 7 11 7 i 7 J3 serf-creati- aUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Fraskfert .to a m. m. arrive Georgetown I.ave Krankfert 4 i) p. m. Midlsnd Railway and connecI he Kentucky tions term the shnrtm and cheapest rsmtt to all tvmth, Kf t, "otth and West. oints . I'or further lafurmatien apply to their agents C. D. IIEItCAW, Gen l'ass Agent. (.V.O. II HARPKIt, Hec'r ft Gen Sup Frankfort Kv 1 1 njp. now with lacilities lortraniactiDgbusinesspiou.pl ly and liberally than ever before in Us long act honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidu ciancs, firms and individuals respectfully solii js Are tsd. Ths Directory to. I.lo Mock 1'olnUt. For tho very first lesson in colt train- &ricutific JMncrinui From a letter written by Kcv. J. (Siindermio, of Dimondale, Mich., we ire permitted to make this extract- "1 have nt hetltmion in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case i.l my wife W hile I was pastor of ihe Haptl't church at S Ives of such a sysUun, become blaves. Junction she was brought down with pneumonia f cough. succcidinR Now, let ma will your attention to in( would U grippe. Terrible paioxtsma ( nnlsaion last lor hours with little intr some figures. and it seemsd as il she cauld not surv ive them, A Kind's New Discovery; Tho volume of gold ami silver in the fiiend recommended Dr. ana I in nigniy satuiacirry ill world is estimuted at $7,000,000,000, reswas quiCK rial ustrorK tree at w. n. mciiooc rts' Dottles nits'i equally divided between the two Drug Store jUgular site 50c and $1 about - ol this Hank is composed ol Korcstua Koid, Lincoln couuty; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. iiayden, Stanford; S. il. lUughuan,. Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; W. A.TrlbbU.Stautord, M. O. Klmoie, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.K) J. 8. Hocker, President; Jno. J. McKobeits, Oshlnr; A. A. McKinney, Asst.Casbiet You Afraid TO READ DOTH SIDES OF TUB QUESTION? ? Gold' K. The New York Journal is the only Metropolitan paper indorsing; metals. If, as tlvc gold men fear, America shall be deluged by a flood of silver, let us Kfi vvliat Uiat flood would amount to in tire event of t)e fulfillment of their proplvecy. If the entire world's stock of silver dollurs (3,500,000,000) were exchanged for American labor und products, how much would we get? Fifty dollars per capita, or a mere trifle more than the volume of money France employs today a country possessing about of our urea. Just think of itl To accomplish such a result we must deplete the treasuries of every country uton tire face of the globcl Franco must yield to us of its sjecie wealth und contract its volume of money correspondingly. Mexico, China and India must surrender their all, and thereafter do business upon some other basis thau u specie one. Vet, this is the diro prediction of the gold standard advocates in the event of tho United States adopting bione-tent- ri season, but perhaps Cc Spring when the languid, exhaus'ed feeling prevails, when the livrr is torpid and sluggish Or STANKORD, KY., the need of a tonic and alterative is felt A prom p use 01 this medlclLc has olten averted long and IsnoTT fully'organired and ready for business wit. perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No msdicme will act more surely in countei cling and freeing the of - - $200,000 up as stem from the malarial poison. Headache, indigestion, constipation, dlri.ni as vield to Eltcirie . 0,000 blttera. Only 50c per bottle at W. U. Mc nobs its drug store. m t SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONA. BANK OK STANKORD, Bucklln's Arnica Salvo a-- Electric Hitters ts Electric Blttors. a medicine suited for sn7 more generally needil in Ihe Farmers Bank&Trnst Bryan and Sewall and it daily publishes articles by the leading financiers of the country on both sides of the question, Capital Paid aurplus, "Silver versus h one-ha- lf The best salve in the world for cuts, bruhest same assets and und, I sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- - Now closing up) with thmanagement. ihe same hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions By provisions of its chatter, depositors are a, t positively cures piles, or no pay repuircd. It Is aa aie depositors tn Naticcs. luaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money fully protected a cents per box. For sals by Banks, its shareholders being held individually refunded. Price luole to the extent ol the amount of their not! V. Ii, McKbbert druggist. therein at the par value thereol, in addition to thi amount invested In such shins It may actu eaecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as lull) . The AmericHu Aurieulturift, in its an individual. isBUHof this week, BayK Actual threshTo those who entrusted their bmsiiicss tn i, Uau while mnaging the Lincoln ing returns from nil winter and spriDg Stanford, we we here lenderourNational thanks j . many wheat Stfltee, show the total wheat crop trust tbey will conUnue to transact their bu,, with us, offering as a guarantee for pruinpt m of the United StHtes for 1890 to bo lion to same, our twenty years' esperiontr . and as liberal accommodation as are .. i bushel against 100,000,000 Inst bankingwith sound banking. sisteot w It is progressive, liberal and always espouses the cause of the masses Every broad minded man should read it, whether Republican or Democrat. 1 H VII 111. Da ly 1 Cont ovorywboro. bubscrlptloa for Ono Month, Including Sundny - - - -- 40conta $1.00 Two Months and a Half - ----- .. Idea result would follow our return to a bimetallic joll-cy- ? And, if you do, would you not lw quick to voto for a financial policy that f would practically give to us the specie wealth of tho world? Let us examine Into our stock of gold. Thero aro no available proofs Do you believe such a ono-hal- metallism. list of two hundred InreatUiai wanted. Uv. Asa P.outh, cf Sullivan county, DIHICTORS: J. who is one of ths oldest ministers in Hist J S. Williams, Mt. Vernon; II. Shanks,,tjtanford; Tennessee, has, finco ho whs ordained, J.S.Owsley, Stanford; witneHsed 5,000 conversions, bsptizjd S.J. Embry, Stanford; 3,000 pureonn, married 1,000 couples and J. 11. Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stanford; preached more than 500 funeral sermons. WilliamGoochStanlord ; A father and sou aro in jsil at A. W.JCarptater, MUledfrevill, Ga., for killing n daughter and sis W.'H.lCuinuiins.lPreachorsilIi ter. Tbey were told by a Voodc o doctor that by killing a member of their family a. il.;Obanka, President, Or. J.'B. OwsJcy,Cashler, tbey would have good luck for all time W M. Bright, Taller. to come. -Val-dos- year. Send subscription to The New York Journal, Circulation Department, NEW YORK. ta, Wanted-- An Protect your Ideasi they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WKDDEIU1UR.N CO., Patent Attoi-ner- s. Washington. D. C. for their tl.SUO prUo offer uui list of two huaclrsKl luTentlona wanted. Idea SSS J mi-Wee- taoUoiiiM - i Weddino prtflnts at Dunks'. IJoh.n, KlrJ. m In addition to his other appointments o'clock. to the wife of 1' J. Stanford, Kv., Mr. J. L Owenawill speak at HiistonHill, a fine ville on Saturday afternoon, 21th, at 1 Duddr-ar'- s Oct. 16, 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Younlioulil tuku your prescriptions to Htoru wticru prompt and accurate Horvicu ia Kuurantoml. McCohmacki. Mr. D. W. Vanduveer this week. will address tho Bryan club at McOor SriCKH, ready mixed for catsup, etc. macks and will give the members free silver, world without end. Craig & Hocker. ht m m Ntuv Fall goods at Mrs. KhIo A iMHOAiNcan he obtained by anyone desiring to go into the grocery business hero by conferring with W. H. Weiuem Pbhiodicals, novels and new books for who wUhts to sell oi t in order to accept PERSONAL POINTS. sale. W. IJ. McUoberts. a more congenial job. Stock enn bo had . Miss Sai.uk DkIIjmH id visiting friemlB Foil Hunt. Two nice cottager on Lo- at a reasonable fuure and the store-rooleaped for a term of years. at Crab Orchard. gan Avenue. S. P. Stagg. PemiyVdrun Coal Vases, Shovels and Coal Buckets Warren & Ht Shanks'. m iMiia. OwaLKV Kva.nb, Mi-- of Dan villi', is with Mrs. Krtto Miller. h Jusniu Uuh.nmiik, ol Garrttrd, it) t Kith Mies Pearl IJurnaiilo. M it. Thomas Piuwirr, of Perryville, ia viHlsibg .Urn. bueuti Wmreii. was .Miea Alick Hudson, of Garrard, the guest of MibH Mary Uoezluy. Mil. M. F. Klkin, and daughter, Mies Mary, went to Lexington Tuesday. Mit. J. F. Woodson, of b't. Jomipti, Mo , is tho gutst of Miss Fannie Shanks. Miss Flokknck Jk.vki.nb, of D.inville.l is tbe guest of Mrs. J. W. Uaughiixtti. Mil. Uoiiikt G. Fakiiis has gone to Lexington to outer a business college. Dn. L. li. Cook and family have ro lu.Lfdfrotn it visit to relatives in Wayne Ir anybody went from here on tho Oanton oxcursion tho fact does not appear. Missies Lula and Kuz McCla.sk, of Diuvillv, are guests at Mr. A. G. Kaat-land's. Mit. J. T. CiiKitHY, of Iirodhead, pass ed down to the cities Tuesday to buy more goods. Mhs. J. I). Holdkhma.s will leave for Stanford Friday on a visit of three weeks to her patents. Lebanon Falccn Mhs. M. J. Muitriiv has gone to Springfield, III,, to attend the National Convention of the Christian church. Mils. Katk Davis arid daughter, Jet-slof Cooper county, Mo , aru visiting Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs. Thomas Mono Mhs. J. K. Cam on, of Crab Orchard, and Miss b'alliu Green, of btanford, are guests of Mrs. Georgia P. Duncan. Advocate. Mk. J. I). Mkrsiio.s, of Stanford, accompanied by his duughter, Mies Katie, visited in the city Saturday. Richmond e, l'iiitagraph. Two Buttons. A gentleman tulls us .Mil. and Mas. W. W. Lyon, of tho tais issue. It has been reduced to 50 cents a year, while its contents are con- that he came across a party of railroad West Kud. brought Mrs. A. D.Jones, tl 0 men recently when one ol them seeing lattir's mother, here to take the train for tinually improving. Kirksvillu yesterday. In addition to Mr. Letcher O.vsley, of his Bryan button, said: "Going to vote McHflBS. A. O.bi.sK and Ed Wilkinson Lancaster, Mr. J. Mort Kothwell, alno of for him are you?" Receiving a decided are attending the Grand Loduu of I. O. that place, has consented to address the atlirmative answer, the railroad man continued: "We are too. This McKinley 0. F. at Frankfort as delegates from the Bryan club here Don't fail to LttTi'itB. Mrs. Francis E. ul Lexington, president of Kentucky Woman's Christian Temperance Don't f.til to see our new hats and Union and assistant secretary of Nationr. bonnets before yon buy. Mrs. K.ite al W. C. 1. V., will givu a free address on temperance at Hi ) Monday, New Cheddar Ctieese, Crackers, Pick- Oct. lllth.at 7 v. M. Everybody invittd, les and CalHiips just received at Warren Ulu-kMr. T. M. White, of Coibin & Shanks. sends us word that Mr. Jamts D. Black Wk are leaders In ttie stle of specla tilled Senator Blackburn's appolntmont cles and trusses. All work guaranteed. to speak at that place a few days ago, and uirtde the finest political speech ever Craig it Hocker. undo there. He says that Black's friends Smith. Elector W. b Smith, of in that section are as thick as locusts are will speak at Crab Orchard Satur- In Egypt. day afternoon, Oct. 21th, It.wiHECUK. The democruls of the Tubus is a McKlnley club in the West Rolling Fork section of Casey will give a End, we are told, whioh has a Negro barbecue at Sam Mys' A numpresident and a white secretary. ber of speakers will boon hand, includZsioi.Kit stioeaat Shanks'. Tho most ing Judge It. J. Breckinridge, of Dancomfortable, the most stylish, most du- ville. There will bo two bands of music, while burgoo and other good things will rable anil therefore the cheapest. be in abundance. Thk L. it '. will sell round trip tickets Hon LkTCiiKit Ovvslky, of Lancaster, to Richmond Tuesday at one fare, 11.05, will ppiak for tho democratic nominees on account of the democratic barbecue. in the following times and placet-- : Stan-- f Wiiii.k bunting Wednesday, George iru, Oct. 10, at 7; McKinney, I7th, at 7( Craig, a negro boy, shot himself in the HiithiNnd, lihb, at I; Wayuesburg, 10th, arm, inflicting an ugly hut not serious at 7; Kingsvllle, iiOtb, at 7; Bright'e LMst, at 7. Everybody wound. cordially invited to attend. Ocroiitit has so lar uroveil us claim to Tub democratic county committee has be the best month of the year. The last several days have been charmiiiL'. Fair, decided to take no action toward selecting county c Ulcers until September next warmer This is a disappointment to most of the Thk ladles ait' invited 1 1 call and see ctndldates. It is perhaps a little toolon the handsomest line of lamps, chamber oil, but it should at least he deferred til' sets and dinner sets ever brought to imxt Rummer. The committee will meet Stanford. Farris fc Hardin. here at 10 a. m. Saturday Oct. 21, when all thu members aru requested to be presThb advertisement ot the Cincinnhti Weekly Commercial-Gazett- e appears in ent. Buy your window glum from Craig Hooker and get the lowest chhIi price. fc Beau-cham- p, ... Dud-dera- court-hous- e, . Itich-tnou- d, to-da- y. School-Hous- e, to-da- v. ... ht. Stanford Lodge No. 160 IUv. S. M. IxniAK an.l J. H. I'axtnn are attending the Southern Presbyterian Synod kt Howling Green as delegates f om the church here. Mk. and Mhs. Gkoroe W. DeIJohi, HtiUlti nid Sit, and daughters, M s Mamie, attended Mr. J. L. Hutchison's button is worn up here to keep in the good giuces of tho railroad company, but Hoiin to Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Forgy a wo ore going to vote for Bryan. See this'.'" fine hoy. The father Mays the sou is a ami he turned up the lower part of bis Elk- - vest disclosing a Bryan button of huge shouting sound money advocate ton Progress. The mother whs tho pret proportions. ty Miis Lizzie Twldwell, of Hiistonville Fish. Mr. James S. Fmb died at his hear the eloquent young gentlemen. one of them is not eligible to vote. He is certain that his county will go democratic. Tub Courier Journal says that Tim W. Higirins after an absence of two months in Florida and other Southern States frightened the clerks at tho Gait by sailing up to the desk wearing an overcoat a light atraw hat and a huge button-bol- e bouquet. Mr. Higglns made haBte to explain that things were very hot, politically at least, where he had bion, and that be bad not bad time to change hia wearing apparol to suit tho frigid weather prevailing in Louisville. A (KNTLeman writes us that he has diJohn S. and Lewis Oatts, Jh., rect information that the 15 squads of of Mouticello, spent several days here section men on this division have been with Messrs Mark Hnrdin and J P. polled by a man sent out for the purpose Davis. The former told us that Wayne and all of them, but two, are put down county ia in belter shape politically than agaimt Bryan. One man said ho was she has been for years. There nru only for Bryan, but was promptly told that four boltocrats, that they know of, and he had better not vote for him. burial at Crab Orchard yesterday. IUv. ami Mhs. J. T. Siiahhaud left for Sprirgfield, LI., Tuesday, where they will represent the Christian church here in the National convention there. Mhs. J. C. Hays and her niece, Miss Mary Walker, of Garrard, who is visiting her, spent eeveral days at Mr. A. K. Denny's. Mr. Denny is slowly improving. Mksdamih Cchhan, of Perry vllle, and Whitley, of Wilmore, and Misses Mary Ilruce, missionary to Hrazil, and Lulu Curan, of Perry vllle, arrived yesterday to attend the uiifrionary convention at the Methodist church. pf Garrard, Mrs , Mr.s Jank J. W. Kout and M. 8 F.lkln left Wednesday to visit friends in Missouri. Mrr, Joot-pUurnaide cume over with Mrs. Hallew and they were guests of Mrs. Ho ut while here. H.M-I.kwh For disturbing religious worship at Neal's Creek, Bill Farmer and George Ljwis were lined P.'Oesch in "Deputy '' Judge W. L. Dawtoa's court Tuesday. John Farmer was acquitted of the pame charge. A the (ilia, - pouuds at thai, arrived ht home of Mr. N. W Hughts yet-terda- y, hich has bcn named America Louisa. The happy fattier celebrated the school for a occasion bv adjourning day. Fined. George McKinley, of this county, who shot Walter Nooe nt Burgin becsiiBO he liallooi for Bryan, was lined tl'Oat Harrodsburt: to be worked out at f I a day if not paid or replevied. McKinley c!iiiiih to he a relative of the Ohio candidate 1 Mrusrip. Tub ordinary claims allowed against tho county foot up J5,S'J1.15. The road claims have not been added up yet, but Clerk Cummins stys they are about the e The claim BAtue as last year. 1,500 'o $315, but bus fallen from over the merchants' accounts for goods furnished paupers has gone away out of sight. There h half dozen over $250 etch, while that of J. O. Floronco is poor-hous- $703. CITY AND VICINITY. Gbt your tablespoons from Danka. m W. S. Mobeiley, president Baiuucub. of the Bryan club at Richmond, writes that it will give a grand barbecue there on the 20th, tit which many noted speakers will orate. A special invitation ia extended tho clubs of this county to attend Look buying. and bring their brass bands. Preparaat the clothing at Shanks' before tions will bo made to feed many thous& Fink lino of new Candies at Warren Shanks'. Uavk your marble tombstones monuments cleaned by T. J. Teter. m ands and all are assured of plenty to cut and plenty of good democratic doctrine to hear. on Dkath. Mr. James L Hutchison died at Crab Orchard Wednesday after-uoof consumption. He had been conA KHKiaiiT wreck on tho Southern befined to his room for some time with the low Jellico has thrown pasaonger trains dread disease, but it was not thought on this division all out of gear. that hia end was so near. He was a 9 Lobt. A Maltese cross with initials clever, honorable man, a member of the "E. L. L." and date 1874 inscribed. Re- Christian church and of the Independent Order of Odd FoIIokb. Besides a wife, turn to this ofllco and receive reward, he leaves a little daughter. Ilia romains Picnic Bobs Davison will Rive a pic- were laid to rest In the cemetery at Grab nic at Ottenbeim Saturday week, when Orchard yesterday afternoon after aporatory and other things will flow free- - propriate services by Elder J. G. Llvlng-etom and n. home near Crab Orchard, Tuesday, and whs buried at Hill Cemetery Wednesday afternoon in the presence of a large con.For The. course of friends, aftor services by Elder J. G. Livingston. Mr Fish msriled a daughter of tho late Thomas Humber and they raised a large family, inc'uding Mrs. Dr. J. G. Carpenter aud I. W Fit' , ol this uluce. He, spent the most of his 12 The bride is tbe lovely daughter of torn: and honorable life at Crab Orchard, Those New Dress Goods just opened and now on sale: ('apt. E T. Rochester, and she until rewhere many friends join the family in 36-i- n. fine cently, resided here. May her new reNovelties 25c Borrow over his death. . lation prove that marriage rightly un " " Scotch effects 40. 110. The McKinney democrats were derstood, brings to thu tender and the " Checks and Jioucles 50c 40 in. " a little tardy about organizing a Bryan good a paradise helow. Finer Novelties at 75c, S5C and $1. club, but when they did sotTnesday night Several weeks ago the I. J. slid that they started one that they have about the middle of Octobpra pretty litYou don't have to pay a fancy price these days to.get right to be proud of. 1M J. Tenner was tle Staiford woman with a sweet voice new new and stylish goods. These are positively the made president, D. Shannon McKinney, and a captivating smile would becomo a secretary, and alter adopting resolutions bride. As usual it was right, for Miss newest things in fancy Dress Goods and are big sellers in endorsing the Chicago platform, William Alice Holmes, whom the description cov the large cities The price is in harmony with our usual J. Bryan and Arthur Sewall for preaideu ers, was led to the altar by Mr. Green-herrlow prices. and vice president aud John B. Thomp Bright Wednesday afternoon at Don't forget our stock and prices of Underwear when eon for Coiigress, Rev. J. L Owens was 3:30, tbe ceremony being pronounced by lifein need. introduced. Mr. Owens has been a Rev. W. S Grinstead in the parlors of the long republican, but left the g. o. p. Gilcher House, Danville. Miea Nannie when it declared for a single gold stand- VanDeveerand Mr. Bright Swinebroad ard at St. L'uis and has since been a were the attendants and Mrs. S. P. Stairs warm advocate of freo silver. Ho is an played "Tell Me That You Love Me Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Shoes and Hats, oxcellent talker and for nearly twoboura Once Again." Mrs. Lottie Holmes, moth of his audience. or of had the rapt attention Bought for cash; for sale for cash; prices low for the borfnie bride, Mrs. Annie He iacloar and forcible in his arguments Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Yeager, and cash. and no one who listens to him can doubt Miss Jennie Hocker, of Stanford, wero his sincerety. He was followed by Mr. present. The couple then drove to M J M. F. North, who made, aa he always L. B. Adams' at Uustonvllle, where a does, a good speech. He was in bad reception waa given them and last night voice, however, and was compelled to cut they were entertained at Mr. George P. short his remarks. The club baa 110 Bright's, the groom's father. Aftor Nov. members and will hold ita regular meet- 1 they will go to g on a fine ings on Tuesday nights. It will ho ad frm that hia grandfather, Greenberry by Hon. R. O. Warren, Bright, haa given the groom. Nothing in dressed when it is hoped that all of the members praise can be said of tbe bride that sin and many otbera will be on.haud. would be unworthy of. She is a loving and Bylovable little Christian, whose daily walk SOMEWHAT LOCAL. exemplifies the beauty of true religion-Thman other choice ia both exemplary A. P. Wilson's residence was burned and worthy of her and their marriage at Harrodsburg, Iosb $2,500. Insurance companies have raised the will prove that it was made in Heaven. Engraving a Specialty. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN AND CRESCENT. rate at Nicholas villi) 50 percent., owing to the cut oil of the water snpply. Low Rates to Loui&villk. Masonic Mrs. SophialFisbback, the mother of Grand Lodge Oct. 20tb, to 24th. TicketB Misses Uattie, Sophia and Lizzie, died at from points in Kentucky on certificate Danvillo Monday after a long illness. plan. Reunion nt Nicholasville October 21. I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condiHelen Kellar, blind, deaf, scentless Round trip via the Queen & Crescent aud tasteleBB, has passed the Harvard ex- from points In Kentucky tion of tilings generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. at one fare. amination with credit. She had no prepW. O. Rinbarson, G. P. A., CincinnaI laid in my aration and the examiners did not know ti, O. who she was. No attempt was made at At Canton, 111 , John R. Wyatt, who education for the first seven years of her atmarentlv hopeless life. It was when hanged himself in the county jail, conshe waa about 18 months old that she fessed to having killed D.T. Gilla at Al- Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming ton six years ago, for which two men lost all senses bnt that cf touch. in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. Prohibitionists in Franklin are up in W6rehnng. Anlia Neweome, the man who killed See my stock bsfore buying. the council baa granted a armB because liquor licenee. The town has been dry bis cotiBin in Pike county recently, waa arrested in Virginia. Iorl2yeara. TIUMQNIAL MATTERS. In a flt of jealousy Charles Haskin killed Mies Eva Buster near CannoltoD, W, Va. $2 A young man at St. Louis shot bis aweetheart fatally and then committed suicide. It is announced that Miss Mary Gwendolin Caldwell, formerly of , will be married in Dresden Oct. 10, to the Marquis des Mits Alma Owens, daughter of Dr. S. R. Owens, of Somerset, and Dr. E. F. ribbdlsT, a practicing physician of the same place, will ho married Nov. 5. Twenty years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eakra, of Nanuel.N. Y., quarrel-e- d and although they have lived in the Ptimn house over since, they have never spoken to each other. The efforts by their children to bring about a recondition aro without avail Dr. E.M. Green, pastor of the First PreBbyterfan church of Dnvlll, waa married at Atlanta to Mrs. Fannie Wal lace Anderson, widow of tho late Robert H. Anderson, presideut of the Western & Atlantic Railroad Wednesday and start ed at once for Danville, where the church gave them an elegant reception at the residence of Mrs. J. L. Allen. Two Kentucky editors have taken to themselves wiveB this week. Mr. Mark A. Donovan, of the Winchester Democrat, married the attractive and popular MIbs Kate Daniels, of Maysville, Wednesday, and on the same day at New York Mr. Robert D. Thornbury, editor of the Hart County News, and Mies Lillian Johnson were married. Mr. Conrad II. Syme. of Washington, D. O., and Miss Veve Forsythp, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. L Forsythe of Harrodsburg, will marry Nov. lltb. Mr. Edgar Foray tbo leaves for Whiteland, lad., where ho will wed Mifs Gertrude Vanarsdall, of this county, who is visiting her sister there. Mr. and .Mrs. u wight Vanarsdall also go to Whiteland to day to witness the ceremo ny. Sayings. W. E. Kiner and Miss Grace Dawes, of LaGrange county, Ind., have agreed that if McKinley ia elected they will marry Nov. 4, but if he la defeated tbe whole thing is on". Otto Bauech, and Miss Sarah Bergmann, of Philadelphia, have gone into a similar contract, except that their marriage depends on Bryan's e'ection. It bo is defeated the nuptialB will he postponed till a free silver president is elected. Mr. George A. Tnckor and Mies Lizzie T. Bohon, daughter of Dr and Mrp. J. T. Bohon, came down from the West Eod yesterday afternoon and were married at Mr. S. P. Stagg'e, the bride's e. The groom is a worthy young farmer and the youthful bride a lovely little woman, who will bring joy and sunshine into tho life of the fortunate man who has won her. After the ceremony.which was performed by Rev. W. S. Grinstead, the couple returned to be the recipients of several receptions. Mies Mattie Rochester and Mr. V. P Kearby were married Saturday evening at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. JohnT. Gano, on Worth street. Only relatives of the family were present. Mr and Mrs. Kearby are at homo at 207 Worth street. -- Dill is, Texas News, Oirt. MA Louis-villeto-da- y I THE WEEKLY I rd The Weekly Edition of The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribu- ne Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. I 50 cents mi K YEHR, ibw V K.' Over One 1 1 unci red Years a Family Favorite The Wkly Commercitl Gazette contains C column every week. It j;ies the newt of the vVorlilin the Mot Complete Shape; the Choicest Miscellaneous the IIpt Stories and Literary Matter that brain can produre nod that money can huy. The Weekly Commercial Gazette n printed every Tuesday morning ""JrojllcJ to any part ol the United State, or Canada at FIFTY CENTS PER Reail-ing.s- IkJ nj Sa-rcipl- e The DAILY COMMERCIAL TRIHUNF. is Newspaper, and us growiDR popularity tnroughout the Central Statesunrivaled as a tlV ItC mrr..llnn is attes Ifll sales Issued Daily and Sunday. Lvery Postmaster is idered an agent. Ad- dress, ' Copies Free. &i i 1 THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO., Soncf for Terms. a CINCINNATI, OHIO. V t'yFS-i'V.tigrt- ipiiifez: mmsm$Kwzi(X sw K -I i rii. -, "in " $10 ! Buy where you get the Worth of goods to be exchanged for either gold or silver between now and January 1st next, and for every silver dollar you get a gold dollar's worth. Good goods, low prices and latest styles the chief INDUCEMENTS Money. Best Goods for the Least If you buy from me this year you will buy next year at t un-c'- I SHANKS', i SOMETHING Ltadies to Talk About all-wo- i i 1 40-in- y n-er- y SEVERANCE & SON. house-keepin- WATC. MEP AIMING -- e THOMAS DALTON, - - NEW CGKOKDBB o Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBBRTS. V V.i I I J ovViaV. . 4 &xJ uKaAm, Jo i have addteeecd tho multitude dally In a spirit of conciliation, PROSPECT. WttKLY O C Hi' allowing that the true interests of the I would thank you for InBertlnp; in lower orders lie with those of tho upper extraordinary piece of im- classes. PubllaUod Every Tuesday and Friday your paper the A man who hae proved his title AT pudence, Bned "A Gentleman," which to the name of leader by rearing a large I clip from the New York Journal of fortune for himself has sprung into nascpatd 32.bO will be charged.not the 12th inBt. and inclose herein, tional prominence nnd by common conin order that your readers may form sent baa directed and personally managsome conception of tho nrroRnuce, the ed tho campaign In our behalf. Nothing C. LOCAL TIME CARD. K. insolence ami despotic Bpirlt and devil hos been neglected by our political chief, Tralnsleive tun o J at 7:10 a m and a. 05 ou" Q!J0 roiah rjurnoses of the Rreat plutocratic com Mr. Mark llauna. An emnlover him- p. n., returutnff at 4 ' t. ..l il. tinrt oaf naAftm nf Dine against wuum v T, ...T1"Hi ' haa awakened myriads of em il. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. nnnnrrv are DOW UUUIIUK. ' v"o ployers to thin the gravity of the occasion, .. t 37P m vast aKRreKfttion of republicans and renNo. m. Train going North and workmen have rtoivtd warning m 3 3 No. s& of dol04 p m egades, of buzzards and cuckoos, ' South So h. tl " No! . , ' i V m lars and devils and knaves and fools, aid- that o:r adhetion to Bryanism will be : noted and punished. All thut money QUEEN & CRESCENT. ed as it will be by an uncertain number and intellect can do to secure a peaceful of deluded people, whose intentions are and orderly result of the election has Trams pass Junctlcn City at follows; p m right and patriotic, Bhall prevail in the a North ...3.4a uo7pm No. Ko. t South boen done. The conscience of the better m . w.oj a m " 4 " ...1.00 p m people, a m coming election, we, the plain " u s classes will be clear, whatever liRppeup. tt 3S " "' 6 " ...6 00 a m are to be let off with uothiuR worse than 8 35 p m 10 And who that does not dwell on a lev'-e- l no Note. Nos. and 5 and 0 and 10 runthere. r an indefinite continuation of hard times below the point of intelligent survey than Junction City All trains ston and Reneral misery, but it too many of cm doubt the issue of a trial of strength us vote our sentiments in November to beyond the ballet box? We have histoallow of the election of the candidate of ry with ue, and ttie teaching of history is tue "better classes" then we are to be that the proletariat will fight our battles Yours Truly, a hot. for us. We need but cliide in order to J, Blm.w conquer. We have the meaus and wo fJPWL'SJJa1, Stanford, Ky., Oct. 15. r.Jv shall not lack the men. There resta always upon men of educaI urge the masses, sir, to pause before tion and position the responsibility to it is too late. Remember that the leader raise a voice of warnlnR wbon they Bee of the forces of civilization in this deless enlightened and judicious pereons plorable struggle between numbers and iUVhVfly rushing bliudly into danger. Acrlsis is superiority has said: "McKinley will be the next president. rapidly approaching in the afJairs of this country. That it'inay be met and passed If we can't elect him one way, we shall in safety must be the prayer of every one another." Those were the words of the solicitous for peace and the stability of and resolute lianna. Let the prosociety. Yet I fear Rreatly what the may have in store for us. letariat keep them well in mind. next few weeks A Gentleman, We are, sir, I think, so near the verge of Absolutely Puro.i New Yopk, Oct. 11. revolution that only Providence and a can be A cream of tartar baking pow- the firmness of the better classes dreadful der. Highest of all in leavening relied on to rescue ub from HE WANTED LIBERTY. scenes. strength. Latest United States To than a month bro the defeat of And the Yduhc Ijuly Wan IiicIIikhI to He Report. 1 'licet lout. Bryan and his policy of spoliation, ROYAL BAKINGP0WDER:C0. A Kansas City 111:111 had an engageand National dishonor seemed ment over at Liberty, Ma, ono dny reNew York. so certain that I, for one, had not however, the cently, hut forgot nil nbout it until Into the least doubt of it. Now, in tho evening. Then ho hurried to a prospect bps altered. The news from the long distance telephone to call up his West is of a character to justify appre- friend, tell him how it happened nnd hension that the proletariat is wrestiug "square" hims-elif possible. Ho rang itself away from all control. I have rea- vigorously nt ono of tho instruments son to know that even the superb confi- und shouted: "Hello! Is this tho toll board?" dence of Mr. Mark Hanna has been shak"Yes." deeps are breaking up, en. The social "Give mo Liberty. " : : disorder, menacing and universal, and "What's that?" Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. impends. The outlook is that we are "I said give tno Liberty." presidential about to witness the last "What's the matter can't von pet election in the United State?, the final out?" "That'll do. I wruit Liberty. " te3t and failure of manhood sutlmge, as "Why don't you try a writ of habeas J F BARKER, Proprietor, it is called. For, let it be understood, the Intelligent corpus?" - "Oh, brenknwny! Givo mo Liberty. " minoiily of this nation will no more con"Wouldn't death do just as w. 11? Rates TWO DOLLAKS Per Dav. tyranny sent to submit to the mindless I'vo got sonic lovely rough cm rafs. " than the and refurnished throughout. Lar?e of the unintelligent majority Remodeled "That's enough of your foohilines. and Commodious Sample Rooms. whites of the South will bow to the will I want Libeity, and I want it quick." Halls and office connected ty Electric Bells. "Wlio do you think I am anyhow? I of the ignorant and outnumbering Prompt.and polite service to guests. 4' thank God, has for its de- don't belong to tho board of pardons. you apply tho governor?" box. HOUSE fense resources beyond the ballot apninst Why don't lady," saidtotho man sternly, "Voting outcry There will bo the usual I can t stand hero nil night. I want F. B. RILEY. Proprlotor, this, as there have been acainst my oth- Liberty, Missouri, and if you don't givo - - Kentucky, er communications to your paper. Truth London. it to me this instant I shall report you is unpalatable to the mob and the mob's tomorrow morning." I have moved to my new Hotel and an botts. lhtterers. But is there anywhere a man "Oh, Missouri! Why didn't prepared than ever to accommodate the Livery attached and every convenience da nf oanaa irnn (tnen not know that real you say so?" And sho lot him talk 45 .aired. Give me a call. "majority rule" long ago disappeared seconds overtime without interruption. FRANK RILtY. 7r Kanas City Times. from amonc us, that the majority vote the direction of the A. G. I.anham has been cast under John B. Catt'eaan. (Jtintiiliiry. In minority, the governing class of the counMa'ter (addressing his Irih man try? That hae been our real form of servant) Terence, I'm going into tho Rovernment.and it will not be abandon- country to stny at my mother's plare. ed merely because the mob may for once If Mr. Dubley calls tell him that I'll INSURANCE COMPANY take the hit between Its teeth and ruu bo hack on Tuesday. Terence Begnrra, I will, sorr. And nway, stimulated in the mad race to Its (nftor a pause) whnt will I be after OF LIVERPOOL. own political destruction by the spurring saying to him if he doosn't call, sorr? tlru and shouting of demagogues and Tit Bits. reckless huzzw of ranting newspapers. Ifflripl. BKRBEE Suppose that the polls next month Needy Nickels Say, Pete, wct'f for Bryan. Do should show a majority MANAGERS, charity? for a moment that he would be you fancy Plodding Pete Two ! old biskits ao Commerce Building, Louisville. permitted to take office, to grasp the gi- a cord o' wood. Truth. gantic weapon of the Federal governAgents Throughout the South. A Cru.'u. ment wherewith to enter on his war "Whc-- immense funeral precession agiiost the great interests, the vested rights, the long recognized privileges of is that?" LOCAL AGENT, "He was ono of tho richest hotel men This man has raised ruling Kentucky'. the black class? in tho country." Stanford, the ig against wealth. lie has 37tf "Of what hotel wns ho proprietor?" declared his hostility to trusts, those nat"Ho wasn't any proprietor. Ho was of capital San Francisco. ural and neces3ftry associations tho head, waiter." Portland Clovolaud Plain which have organized tho industry and Dealer. ,.To the. trade of the United Stateo into such They Don't Now, as to excite the astonishment and Your yonng Mr. Dandier Mand Via 'the preachadmiration of the world. He has doesn't seem to know it's bad form to ed a crusade against the gold standard grab a young lady by tho elbow whin that if allowed to find action in legisla- he's walking with her." tion would cut fixed incomes in two, Irene It would cuto him, denrie, if our banking interests, reduce iio over grabbed that elbow of yourn. Rt((i JQCjHSVlUt intolerably the profits of accumulated Chicago Tribune. capital, and throw our markets of specuChestnut Tluii-- . Only Dining Car Route From lation into frantic panic. Having run up When tho bur is on tliocliimtiiut nnd tho chip' the ensign of revolution, he has invited munk'H on the wall follugo la patntud by thu nrtUt hand revolution in opposition to his sinister And the full, of proposals, should that bo found necessa- 'Tis tliun my lirnrt koom backward to tlmilajs of hujitiy youth, ry. Elegant Pullman Vcstibuled life Sleepers of Modern Pattern. The better classes, the custodians of Wbon concu van clowlng innocence nnd lnnuwas truth. For maps or any Information, address the wealth of the country and the culti Ob, the ttimplu mjiis of nature liuve a jiower f E.H.BACON rilANK J. REID.) vatorsand preservers of whatever Is best TThon to lnthralli on tho cluwtmit and tho chip D.P.A, G. P. Agent, l or.' 1 the bur ) (. Louisville Chicago. in civilization, have the strongest momunk'H un the wall Be sure to call for tives for wishing to avoid violence, hut Then I'm m;aln an urchin full of frolic und of Monou Route. as abhorrent as violence is, it is obvious St Paul Denver. the that violence is to be preferred to ruiu, Swaylni; blithely Intrt. hranchMt of the spread-liichenttiut VOU AKhGOINU. contiacating mob. ir to subjection to the And I hoar tho merry volci of my comrades Should the conflict co jib, and tho elec- Ah nil around, burn full R the oruckllnt,'in athov-otion of Bryan would precipitate it inevit. to tht yround. THE ably were any formidable number of his Oh, iny heart li filled with miinoriut, of youth nevtr (Kill. partisans to insist on inaugurating him, When that bur i on thuchentnut and the chipthe munk's on the wall the charge cannot he brought that those who will exert their power in defense tf I see tho crny old elder mill down by the foam-inbluice, their rights have failed in any duty, tl e Whore life wuh bright und uuuny und a dream performance of which would have preof apple juiou, LOUHVILLC 4. NA8HVILIC R. R. vented collitnn. The world has seen the I hcur tho old faino rooster oh ho heralds in the better elaeBes of the United States mov- And beo dny, cattle browning and thu frisky the Is the line for you, as its npaign. Kvery ing bo one man in this en colts ut play. IQouble means for the iLstructiou and persuasion Ah, tnel What youthful memories come flocking to tin) call, Makeclotc connections at of tLe proletariat has been employed. When tho bur Is on tho chostnut nnd the on tho wall LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Immense sums of money have been raisJohn W. Low In New York Evening World. For all points. ed for use in the preparation and distriHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. engagement Four children in one family died of PAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH bution of literature and the Newspapers diphtheria in Bourbon. of orators of eloquence. For any information enquire of JOES. KICE. Agent,Ky -- INTHRIORJOURNA ".I OEXTLESTAX" SEES WAR IN without number TIE ENEMY IS ON THE RON. en Diuimgltifj Admissions from linn- mi and Ills Lieutenants Ito- - the Campaign. BRYAN m-- i P- - r 1 SURE TO WIN. j; Gov. Altgeld Says tho Democratic Outlook In Illinois Is Better Than In IB02, When Democrats Won. UncouniKliiK MlrhliriiMt a 4 fur-j- lowu l'lorldit M WIkcoihIh, Mlmxwotu u ml und In Lay tin) In .Mulno In KntlrH thu Sliad rronM'tM llrlghter liwry Day. i:it-tloilU-Au- from Ohio, Indium. P W -r -- frora,! Chicago, Oct. 12, lfaOO. (Special.) Tho McKinley goldbug combine la on thu ruu. It.s lenders ndtnit as much, whilo tho leaders of tho free ullvcr party are growing moro und more con-lldon- t. Kill I POWDER Gov-emine- nt an-arc- cer-tai- DB, W. B. PBITITS", f Mark llnnna, chairman of Uw McKinley national committuts fiuyw: "It is no uw denying that we luive lost the farmer and labor rote. Our chances are exceedingly doubtiuL" Chairman liynum, of thu goldbug democratic national coimnltti tuys: "Anybody who talks about what Indiana and Illinois will do, doeti not know wluit ho is talking about. In southern Illinois I know thu whole country is for silver. The situation Is just the same all over tho webt, so for as 1 cun learn." Tho Chicago Ilecord (Independent gold btandard) says: "For some reason or other there has been a decided change in the tone at republican headquarters within the last few days, and Mr. lltumn's instructions to his associates and subordinates throughout the country are tersely expressed in the sentence: 'Quit blowing and saw wood.' There is no doubt tfiat discouraging news has been received from Ohio, Indiana and tomo of tho other vtcfaterii states." On the other hand, here is what William J. Bryan, the people's ehumpion, bays: thun 20,000, notwitlistnnding that there wus no fusion of the democrats with nny other rty. Georgia glies i democratic majority of not less than SCyOOO, this in the face of the fact that tho tmpidlst.s and republicans in Georgia are fused. With a democratic y of .10,000, it Is safe to majority say tlmtBrynn's majority in November )c to-da- Chicago enrolled in Bryan elulw. subject ko the action uf the democratic parly No one places the defection of gold democrats at nliovu 10,000. The ScanSAMUEL, HI. dium inns are coining oer to the Bry.Sheriff of Lincoln County, It an standard by tho thousands, while ject1 candidate fur of the democratic party. subto the action there is n noticeable change 'n the ranks of tho German voters during the HIcCORMACK past two weeks, nnd tho protmhllltles are that Mr. Bryan will receive a very Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County, to the action of large proportWm of Unit vote Tho re- subjectsupport tt earnestly the democratic party solicited. Your publican managers are trying to attention from Illinois, Indiana, M. F. Ohio and Michigan, where their ene is hopeless, to states like Nebrtuska and Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuty, Kansas, which they now claim are in subject to the actkn of the democratic party. doubt and turning to McKinley. EMBRY received at national democratic headquarters show that these claims Is a candidate for Attetsor of Lincoln Couuly. are entirely without foundation, ami subject to the action cl the democratic party, and are only manufactured for the purpose carutstly atks your support. of detracting tho attention of the free silver lenders to C. G. states. As a matter of fact the democratic and free Is a candidate for Astettor of Lincoln, subject to silicr polls show that both Kansas and action of the democratic party Thinking the of Southern Nebraska will glie Bryan majorities of ol the pie cudatksthe couuly is entitled to a thee your support, he not less than 25,000. Tho democratic nntiontd managers MOREL AND are greatly encouraged over the result of the elections in 1'lorlda und Georgia. Is a candidate for Attetsor of Lincoln. subject to Hetunw from Florida show that the the action uf the democratic party, lie Llndly sks your support ilemoerntM haie carried every county In the state, tuul that tho state has gone democratic by a majority of not to-da- ote for Bryan. These facts lend tho SAM AV. MENEFEE democratic nuuiageis to belleio and as Is a Candidate tot Sheriff of Lincoln County, subassert that Chicago will givo Bryan great n majority as it gave Cleveland ject to the action of the democratic pa'17. in 1802, when tho majority for the demGARLAND SINGLETON ocratic ticket in Cook county was This year the conditions are eiea Is a candidate for Superintendent l'utillc Schools more favorable. There is now com- of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the plete fusion iK'twcen the populista and democratic party, democrats. The populists east 30.0(H) F. IIOLDADX Kites in Chicago two years ago, and there are nt least 2',000 republicans In It a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln county 37,-00- 0. J. y OWENS E3ISIETT di-le- rt KLKIN lie-txirt- -s JOE T. the RAKER WILLIAM MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED KAHMS Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur. ther Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, Attorney, SUnlord, Ky. In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., scmi-sDual Intersil ; no commmlon charged. Addrr't OKO. W.liAVY, Koom 17, Keuyon lluilding, will bo from 00.000 to 75.000. Chairman JVmes and tho national democratic managers feel gntttly encouraged over tho outlook, and confidently assert that Bryan will lie elected by an overwhelming majority of the SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, Klrl-Clat- - Kentucky. electoral i2ie 1:. ,Xtui ! s Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patiunag Is tcspoctlully solicited il em. THK HUSILINO 1NSUKANCU MAN, Couldn't. Dentist, Stanford, Ky. BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. blacks-Oivilizition- , THE RILEY LilK-rty- . puhl-.-Ooo- l)s to bur a Srnill rarm of P l nM r .xA 111. "jor 100 airn. Ky. Kiery rejwrt tuceiied nt national Jlddrets LocV ho 191 Manford, Will pay cah l democratic headquarters corroborate in the fnivgoing tho iewm c.pre-cI statements and admission, and tjjvon tho minds of the democratic managers that the election of Thoto lnvl. claimi aioit the late J W Bryan is practically assured, although llibt) are riuiUd to pretcnt them to me at ouce I I 6j-4- committee, wtys: "We will not ouly elect llryuu by a sweeping majority, but we will oUo eleet a free oilier congros nail largely utereuM' our majority in the senate. The outlook is altogether satisfactory." Gov. John P. Altguld, of Illinois, hays: 'Trom present indications I will say that Bryan will sweep Illinois by a tremendou.i majority, llnnua's hirelings are making much noiM but the people are with us." "Do you think these campaign stioak-or- s believe half what they say?" "1 nin confident that wo will win a "Oh, no. They're not so ditreruut sweeping ictory. The coply under- from other folk," Detroit News. stand the hwtiCH clearly and every day vtitnesfcus a mighty change in faorof All Cuinplcti-- . our cause." He It takes three generations to Chairman Jones, of the national make a gentleman. dent-oemt- ic m. w. jomrsoir, Is AKent for The And 'I New York LUe Ins. Co. he She And six llguros. Journal. r Iudianapoliu Aotna Accidont Insurnnco Company. flnt and Moit Favorable Terms el Iasuracce Mr. and Mrs. iV. M. Gastle, of Su Francisco, and tln-lson, who were Brrent-- in lindon on achsrge of shop lifting have lit en remnndfd for trial ami held In 150, WO bond, which wm fnriiipliwii. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. House in Stanlord, wuh A gocd Residence ttore houic on tame lot. lar sale. Ihe letcootamt . acre, and can I easily divided, putting note- aoutc and resutciK e on sepniaic ion At loaien. able price and in easy terwt. Apply to I N hAl'NDKKf, Maatord, Ky J)" J. T. JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole (11-ler- NOTICE WM , 11 render it larger. Heports this week front the debatable states of Ohio, Indiana. Michigan, WLseonhin, Minnetota and At Admlnittratorol I W. Ilibb, loiva, are of the most flattering nature. publ.t on th outciy at Without exception they contain nur-ance.- tiuttouville pike his latm on no elTort.s will be spared all along the proptrl line to raise that majority safe and 63-- tf . iuovvn ll&CK Ailrar , Maiitoril Kjr PUBLIC S-iSkX- E I 1 proprietor Deat't Hlack DianouJ Root 1'ilnt. Estimates lurnishcd for nalntint; Wot, Metal aad Iron Rood Satiitactian usisnued. All roots pinned with Dean's Hlack Diamond Paint guaranteed lor yean Dealrrtin lit. t n Pumps and Cialvaaired lrtn Pilteti, Itelvaa-Ice- d and lllsck Iton Roofing uf all kinds. si tt s Stanford will tell at and 1T02TL A SOW, IN COAL, .. . Worn and Hay taken Come and see ut. of an g tide of -- $ CSSTLEMS. W. A. TJRIBBLE, 11 per-fectio- n opulnr sentiment for Bryan and free bilier. The democratic free sllicr managers in Michigan nre as sure of that state as they are that Texas or Colorado nil! go for Bryan. Similar re while ports coiac from Minnesota; Chairman Wall, of the Wisconsin democratic state committee, is equally that that state will be found in the Bryan column. From Ohio come a arc on report that the McKinleyite the run; that fanners and miners haie come oier in a body to Bryan, and that his majority in that state will not be les-- s than 23,ooo. Indiana is in line, a oll of that state show ing that Bryan's majority in that Mate will not be lest, eon-ildc- Saturday, Nov. 7th, 1896, t ntire crop of Coin, Thu follow Hie prapert) about 4U0 shocks, j tUckiof lunntby Hay, three slackt of Clotvr and limolhjr Hay, two W agont, Wagon, Harnen aad I arming Implements two aged Mutts I ajed huise, two at-- d jennets, a No. i jeatling Jack, Sow ami fiKt, Cow and Calf, yailm;i Ac '1 crms made knouti on day ol tale. WILLIAM IILCK, Ad.nr J. I. Chandlc-- , Auctioneer DEALERS Good, Ntar Railroad Crossing. Katt of Depot, STANFORD KY. Clem. Cheap In exchange. FOE, SALS. outbuildings One yard hydrant auil one for watering stock, alst a splendid, never falling well. For further particulars apply to J AS. V Maufoid, Ky. J Acres of Land, For Male Hat on it a good, comfortable Dwelling of N Konint, and all necessary Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Two Farms For Salt. Finn No. t contains jyi acres In M'sthinstcn county, Ky . the trwl" part of which it in rati, includwell watered, with good improvements, ing nw metal roof loluct.0 brn fji 10 acre crop 'Iras farm It situated ill what u protiounicd the district in Kentucky f"r White Hurley Tobacco. ComfoilabUretldtnco house, Farm No. a contains 100 acres in same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stuck anil tobacco barns. One of the but tuipioved farms in the county. Iloth farms are in fine state of preieivation, well watered ond fclicrd, Clotctn K. It. depot, schools, market and on a tine turnpike. tor information appir to J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. 10 !III,K, Sm-h- I HtwAlSAHTt-CWCAt- - EaOTJXS'S2rrkX.E ' TO CHICAGO. - I ITORTE WEST, bur-ttii- r I c Daily Trains large manufacturing institutions, thousands of men, have been systematically intimidating their employes by compelling them to join In cm-ployito-da- and may go as high as From Iowa eoim-.- i reports that the will sweep nearly every democrat county in tho central nnd western of the state. Polls just completed show a change of from 300 to 500 republican lote in each county to Bry-uand tlds change will surely carry nearly every county in the central and western portion of Iowa for Bryuu. The Council Bluffs congressional district, always a lepublicun stronghold, will giie Bryan a large majority. A jwll of the counties in the district show a republican defection of from "0 to 25 per cent, in eiery eouuty, while there ure lery few democrats who will not vote the ticket. The republicans arc bo badly frightened that they are outside nssiitauce, nnd say that if they do not get it the state will be hopelessly lost. In Illinois the conditions look much heller than they did a week ago, and show that Bryan will not only carry the stute outside of Cook county, but iill also cniry Cook county and Chirepcago by- a large majority. utable labor organization in Chicago is for Bryan; of the 00,000 votes in the ranks of organized labor, Bryan will get 52,000, and the republican malingers, in talking confidentially, admit this fact and this despite the fact that 2O.U00, DO,-00- 0. that Ut J. : T. : SUTTON, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lio-;oln jor-tio- n Offers his services o thu pecplo of West and Caicy Counties Full stock of ColHnt ind Caskets always on hand, D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. gj n, NOTICE : Having bought of J. W Adams his Coal Plant and (rood will at Rowland, Ky .1 will continue the V. T. SAUNDERS Coal ilutincss at said place will have charge of it as he is well known In that end ol the county . H J. II. HIGGINS. HEW MILLINERY. Tho Istest things In Kail and Winter Milllneiy now in nock and the laJiei of Macfcrd and vicitn-t- v ate invned tocalllll and see the latest tt)lct. Mils latboe has arrived and Is ready to wait 011 her old cutlomtri and as many new ones as will llEALbY. MISS I.ICt-lcome. SUnlord, Ky. K ig 3STOTIODB ! A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, - All persons desiring Locust Posts for plank fence, pott and raihug or wue fence, Can tinu Office over McRoberts' Drujf Store in the Owsler what ttu-- want at my store ntar Cedar Creek, on lluildirg. the piko leading from Crab Orchard to slaulord 1 also kccpa!rvttson hand a good supply ol plank for fencing. All kinds ot lumber for building purposes; also boards and shingles All persons de- M. S. nAVCIIMlN, J. W. lUlCHMAN. siring any aiticte ol this kind can call on me at mv store near Cedar Creek. O. W SINCJLKTO.V, JJtf June 16, Stanford, Ky. S2 '. M.S.iiJ.W.Baughman, raorniKTORS St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, S&-FAI- K chip-munk'- I McKinley parades, wear McKinley buttons, and join McKinley clubs. Thousands of worklngmen in Chicago y niUI-iOfor cash or In traoolor are wearing McKinley buttons, btit .ouil u). ai bUnlora or at my h.me leather in Chat, tnoslto, lanntrj will! mIio declare privately that they We want toght) those who owo us fair warning that we shall give them two weeks mom to settle up with us, and if they do not come up in that lime, we snah put their accounts in thu hands of MKKsliUN A: GKKLK. anotllcer. on n. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STARLE, WARNING, tBa Stanford, - - Kentucky. Ky. arst-cla- or rates.-- Iu If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable. See us our ss BLACKSMITH SHOP. 1 Otien-aelo- Will guarantee first-clas- s prices. Tiy our horse work and satisfactory sUoer. SUnlord,