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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896102301 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. 5EM1 WE ekly iO VOL. XXV. UUSTOXVlLLll. George Uoopur nl Mim Hail, ot your city, v!ltod "homo" Kumlny. of Goo. l'rowitt's littlw The luiK-raBOD,cf Liberty, hb largely Httomled liero Wednesday. A bright Hiid Iovln anel lias gonu homo to await the coining of its parentB and friends. Htiv. W. I,. Williams will preach at CluiMtiau church liuro niixt Sunday thu on b subject of vital import to thia coin, munitr, and eapecially to thu members of hie church. Jimmio Cook Bnont two days last week with HJ StajjH killing equirrels in the chestnut orchards. The inllux of squirrels this Fall indicates one of their migratory periods, when every specimen bagged in fat Hud tender. T. L. Carpenter, J. V. Allen, l. W. Green, Dock Drye, J. P. Goode and J. II Cook, members of the Iluatonvillu Fishing Club, rd spending the week at Plum Point and catching Ash by thu hundred, some very flno salmon among the lot. G. D. Smiley and family, of More-lanhave moved to Birmingham, Air.., where he is interested in livery and undertaking, lie is a gentleman of the highest order and wo are only too sorry to lose him. May success nttend his el forts. Jim Allen ia not only, metaphorically speaking, thu best sucker fisherman in this Knd, but knows more about where, how and when to literally land Green IUver bass than all the sporting fraternity combined. lie took Jim Goode along to hitch the horse whilst he rigged his tackle, to bait and galf for him later, and brought home a string that Iiah bull ed the in In now market higher than the late spring in wheat. Jim Goode could hardly a alt Monday morning to start minnow seining and is now trying to Jim Allen's methodB ami catch. The barbecue last Friday was an imNo greater revulsion mense success. of democracy than on the Fork in favor in North Casey is furnished by anv intelligent republican community and the reclamation of Casey ia said to be assurYour Liberty scribe reportH the aned omalous condition in Casey of the necessity of drawing on the republican ranks to tlnd a party to Introduce h bolter to a Casey county audience. Mike Owsley named uson for the grand old State of Ctoev and Bob Breckinridge as naturally gravitates thitherward us the magnetic needle seeks thu North Star. With little winnowing Casey would demand an unlimited coiniuo( new superlatives lit to deecribo her inromparablenecH. M F. North tilled an appointment in advocacy of democracy at Kidd'a Store Saturday and la reported to I ave en thused the thinking portion of his Attorney Brondus Cochran oasay-e- J a rejoinder on behalf of the g. o. p. and fulfilled hi introductory promise to ramble ao incoherently iia to leave his audience uncertain as to which side ho advocates or what he wauted to say. North loft just enough of him that was recognisable to insure recognition by Our republican childhood nasociates. and Aid Society frieuda are loud in their doljar, but walla anont the ilfty-copromise of epecitlc remedied never oiler they will apply if given charge of the Hick man's cass. The paternal tohcitude with which the howlera of the it. o, p. coddlu the sound money contingent; their patronizing and soothing caresses need only to be fittingly rhymed to gem, "The that school-readSpider and the Fly." Something beyond precedent, I am informed, is to take place hero Saturday night in the Presbyterian church. A political speech by a Mr. Baker ia to be delivered in the interest of Marie Hun na's great (?) P. & B. (putl and blow) side thow. A Iriond Iibs juat handed me a copy of tho prayer to be delivered at the opening, viz: "Onr father who art in Knglund. Kothctiilds be thy name; thy kingdom coinu to America; thv will be doiiuio tho United States ai it ia in Glye us this day our bondB in gold but not in silver. Give us plenty o! laboring men's votH to keep monopoly in power and its friends in the hanks and in oillco. Wo know, our father, that wo have done many tilings that were wrong; wt have robbed tho iioutst poor and hayo brought diatreee f many h poor man; we know it was wrong to rofund tho bonds and make them payable in coin; wo know it was wrong to water our stock, but thou kuoweat that wo made money at that. Now, our father, thou knowest that wo are above politics. It is tho same to ua whether McKinley itecrats or republicans rulo for "WE can swav them with our medicine. Lead ua uot in tho way of the common "prolog nats,"ltho farmer or the laborer) and above all deliver us from 10 to 1. Thus shall wo have the kingdom bond, interest, power and gold till the Republic ahull end. Amen." Please sing 1 l IU-tlo d, Interior Jo - STANFORD- KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23. 4896 WILL JUG JIT One Millionaire " NO. 68 MA XV WllOXGS. Eke-lim nuill-unc- e. er Fug-lan- d. 4-- 1- -I 1. In a fight between rovenue ofllcers inoonahiners in Piko county, ouo of and tho latter was mortally and another seriously injured. Lord It. T. Brooke, nn English noble-mashot and ki'led three men at his home in Oklahoma, who trying to rob n, bin.. Coming back to t io money question what reme ly doeH the gold man of today I&litur JipHh 11. Melnn, nf the Cincinnati offer for the Pis that hest the country ' liik'iuirer, in t teller lu the J'itt, Does he think the people will by force, Tho election ot Bryan would cmuhd of habit got accustomed to haul timtfl an immediate improvement in uiiftiuet-sand hanker after them? Your democratlivery mien nf prop-rr- y lint bonds Mid ic gold man of the Enst offers the mortgage HHriBP.Hrnl thpy will relain. country nothing es lie is a good freo their present price. Witn silver put trader ami consequently relies onlv en where tt whm tmiorH Ib7;l, real estate will gold money to pull us through. Your rise, men will uk on new enterprises, gold republican in some parts of the such a building of houses, of mail, nee country holds on protection. Will that ennry improvem-iitnod m reign of rea' make the banks change their course? procp-rit- y will bfgiu. 'Jin threats oil A1) far as the fsars that capitalists and hold, ra of largo hiiiiin of money that tlioy money institutions pretend to have, they wih not lend m, but will fcrep it i i hank do not exist. They are no moro real or place of deposit if Bryan Is elected, than is this summer's contraction of tho ure idle threats. The idea that men ol currency, and the hoarding of mouev by uioiiej will allow their capital to lie idle j tho banns on account of something that in the bank vaults, or that bauks will uot may happen, and that something can on lend their money because they aredlstp- - i ly be brought about by these men and pointed iu not electing the nun they! the inttitutions they represent, namely waul, U ridiculous. What bank does a money panic. Every sans, sensible not welcome n good borrower, a man person knows that the great masses of whose nam) is good, and who has al- our people are honest, and these ridicu ways met his loans? Banks are not phi- lous fears that are protended are an in lanthropic institutions; not charitable sult to our people. Ivect Bryan and there institution;, they are run for tho will be no panic outside of the newspaof making money, not for accom-m- o pers. Who ever heard of peoplo starvlating the public or individuals. To ing because there was toomuch to eat ? live they must lend their money. Ofllco Whoever heard of a man failing in rent, bookkeepers' and clerks' salaries business because there was too much would soon eat them up if loana were money? The men who want big inter not made. est want scarce money. The men who I know that with the election of Bryan want low interest want money plenty. better timei will come. I am as positive Think of asking the poor man to wait of that as any one can be of a fact. The and to wait for an indefinite something. election of Bryan will carry no evils with Think of asking the farmer and businefs it, but will redress many wrongs. The man, who nave goods that must be sold, people seem to forgot that there are two to wait until creditor nations join us, legislative National houses, thu Seuate when we will have relief from our uiooiy Bnd the House. What could Mr. Bryan troubles. When told that a farmer is do without the joint of our daily growing poorer; that the business legislative bodies '' Hi6 more say would man's distress increases, the answer carry nothing with it, if he meant to hnrt comes: "Well watt." Wait for what? the industries or business or the honor For gold to be discovered, mined and put of the Toiled. Every thing in our couninto business channels in sutliciont quantry must be viewed from a legislative tities to taxo tho phcu ol sliver demonestandpoint. Legislative ladies resent tized ? tho interference, dictation or oven counA Wrtue earner known that his capital sel of an executive. There haa been a eoiiintM in his health and his proficiency systematic attempt upon tl.o part of men athistraiie. Time is the enemy of his opposed to Mr. Bryan's election to make capital. Youth, middle age, go, and the people helievethat their fortunes are with approaching old age, hcBith and threatened, mi J that he means to break youth, his capital, ure both impaired. d iwn the wealthy element of the United Does the reply of the gold party to wait totalis. There ia nothing retroattve iu carry anything to him but cartsin ;ioss? w hat our candidate proposes. He speaks The only question discussed at St.lJLonia and looks to the futur fir the redress by tie republicans was on the insertion needed by tho people of the United of the woid "gold" in the platform. The States. He only asks for tho suppres-Ho- n candidate being fairly determined on of evils. He nks that all legislathree mouths in aJvauco of the conventive jugglery and legerdemain as against tion, I refer to McKinley, showing thht the people in favor of the few be stop- tho only real division in the republican ped. party today is on the question of eilver What th a democratic party asks today or gold. is the restitution of the times that To hear the gold men talk of national 1S73; remonetiztlioii of silver f tith is folly. Where was national faith with sulllcieiit legislative c!ok- that com- when in 1R:9 a coin bill was put through bined capital can uot in the future over- the House and Seuate and signed by the ride individual rights or public rights. president, making the boudsjissued priThe Ho is given to tho assertion that the or to that date, principle and interest masses are against the clasea in any vic- alike, payable in coin ? The emergency ious way, when you find the poor men of tho war had passed. Tho exigency of tho country divided on tho merits ol was over. I see the regular the two candidates, McKinley and Bryan. ecaro has taken hold of tho Tho democratic parly asks that the republicans. That is worked up; that people have money enough to transact finds its way into the newspapers so that tho business of the day. They ask that the capitalists and the money men who the power to contract the currency or to have been properly scared will surrender expand it shall be taken out of tho hande. their money to tho politicians. That is of men whose exclusive bu&ineha is deal- an old job. However, I suppose it will ing in money. They dou't want only the worka well thisyear a it always has. man who linds money to my what shall The republican pilots are busy tolling constitute it, what tilmll bo paid for it, in tne press of tho danger places tnat ho much tilmll bo mined and how confront them. A million or more much shall bo put iuto circulation. They miibt bo had to buy the election. want tho merchants, the business men, One thing is euro, tho country will surthe wage earners of tho United Slates to vive whether uuldjor silver succeeds in huvo a voice iu eaying how much money this eleitiou, but silver iu my opiuion shall bo necessary to carry on the busi- woual break up the existing stagnation ness of the country. and bring prosperity. Tho gild democrats aud gold republiUUIiBLE. cans havo had their swing for -- 0 years ears lull of business adversity, yearn Miss Mattio White is visiting friends of coustuiit shrinkage in busiuees, securi- in Hustonville. ties, farm lauds and real estate, ami what Jerry Rosa' little boy died Sunday is tho resmlt ? Today the men who have night with whoopiucough. brought about this condition of atlairs H. 0. Walter sold his bay saddle claim loudly that, having made it, they horse to Uriah Dunn for iSO. will now no longer lend any money, JacE Yeaky caught boiuo suckers in laving got tho merchant, the business Huugiug Fork a few days ago IS inches man. the farmer, into debt, they say: long. Ed Minor repjrts that his father hns "v wil' not lend you tho money nects- sary to gst you out of vour predicament closed tlio contract for a f2l),0('0 distillery nd we control oil tho money in the in Louisville. United States." Don't sell your turkeys, tiil.you get 1 learned from a responsible source prices from J. A. Hammonds, for he will that a meeting of the bankers of New oa ou hand in time. York City was had about 6ix weeks ago, A. N. Surber ia up, from Pulsski and at their conference it was suggested couuty Hud reports great gains in that certificates bo sub- couuty for free eilver. that clearing-hous- e stituted for the currency of tho laud, and L. G. UubDle has rented his shop to that a money famine bo proclaimed, Tom McMullin and ho lias hired a blackThe question arose: What will be the smith. Tutu will do the wood work and etlect on tho prospects of Bryan or Mc- learn the trade. Kinley if such nction ia had "' Tho sense GeorgeWoods haa bought some bulls of tho conference was taken, and opinion of various parties at -- o. A.M. Bourne was about evenly divided, some assert- sold 40 buiuels ol clover sued to a Lexing tin t it would help Byran to make ington iirtn at i4 per bushel. ha worse, whi'o others thought that a People havo begun to gather corn ' tho currency and it is Boiling at UOc to 7oc per barrel, further contraction would bring the debtor class, tho poor block hogs havo been changing bauds and medium ellipses, tho business men, here in the last few dab at 'Jo to 3c, iuto a sturuer realization of tho business A mob of 300 or 400 toll gato raidetb conditions. That is an nnful etutn of affairs that tore away tho gates on tho Oweutou, any pot of men in oue city in this great Peak's Mill and Flf CreeK roads in laud can (ora moment thiuk of produc Franklin county. . ' ' i Jleliriv thai the lirynn trill d no. ) ing a panic that would reach from ocean J". D1S0X to ocean and from ths lakes to tho gulf. 1 CO UXT Y'S 11A llll EC VE. e, I ! pur-poc- u pre-ceed- - dol-lu- rs rVA M Free Silver Johnson and myself wero the only ones from this end of Lincoln WE ARE OFFERING SOME who showed their appreciation of a good thing and attended Madison county's barbecue Tnesday, party was SAe'lsd at Gilberts Creek by Messrs. W. A. and It. H. Pettus, James Hoiine and William Mcser. The party was still rather small but what was lacking in num-- ' In Men's, Hoys' and and Children's bers, we claim was mado up in quality j and enthusiasm. Richmond was drsssed in her Sunday j clothed and she was fuller of democrats than ever bef jre in her history. People were there from a number of counties, while ovory democrat in the county was there by a large majority. The crowd, variously estimated at from 0,000 to was larger than was expected, but all were made to feel welcome and were treated with genuine Kentucky horpital ity. At about 11 o'clock tho march to the te7Hats and Underwear Cheaper Than Evcr."1 fairgrounds was begun. The Richmond band, discoursing delightful music, led the procession and following it were at least 3,000 of tho nntorrifisd. Next to the band were 10 beautiful young ladies on gray horses and one equally as pretty To look through our stock. All New Good and Bought on a yellow one, representing the ratio of For Cash. Let us Show You. silver to gold. The various clnbs of the ounty came next, making a procession more than a mile in length. There were 1,130 mounted, while more than that Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Shoes and Hats. number followed either on foot or in carriages. When the fair grounds were reached Gov. James B McCreary, who was master of ceremonies, introduced Hod. John B. Thompson, who made an excellent liV Si speech of hours. He was loudly and liberally applauded and cries of "go on'' were hoard on all sides when ho neared $. .' his conclusion. After he had finished ii Gov. McCreary announced that tho inner man woul then be attended to and to the dozsu or more tables, each 150 feet in !.'. length, the vast multitude moved. Burgoo, as cood as Gus Jaubert ever made, Brands. New and First and Best Quality." was there in abundance, as were other o; good thn:s and tho enthusiastic demo&-3 !! crat, the republican and all who cared to, ate till eating cased to bo enjoyable. Either in Duck or Leather. Now is the time to buy. At 2 o'clock Gov. Stone, of Missouri, was introduced. Ho is an ox Madison county man and when he was presented the immense throng cheered vociferous ly. He mado a grand speech and if there were those present who did uot favor the freo coinage of silver they did not show it by their lack of applaute. He paid Mr. Brvau a beautiful tribute and wound up by a plea to democrats to stick togeth er and elect to the presidency a pure man, a clean man and an honest man DUALEKS IN jl. jf William Jennings Bryan. Hou. Charles J. Brouston followed Mr. I Stone with a short Ulk, which wbb a's well received. Ho referred to Mr. V. C Painters' Supplies an 1 Dru'ists' Suidries. P. Breckinridge in sculling terms f jr perjf mitting his name to go under tho log cab in, gave the boltocrata a raking over and haudled tho Courier-Journwithout gloves for its stand agaiust democracy Jf-- k " Give us a wll and be convinced. Mr. Bronston'a speech ended the ceremonies of the successful day and cheer after cheer wont up for Madison county, her success Nov. 3.1 and for her good pto-plgenerally. I mined with a number of democrats regarding Madison's vote in November and every one told mo that it would gr. WILLIAM SHELTON, democratic. Sheriff" J. P. Simmons told Th me that Gov. McCreary's speech before Stuilrntius Teachori 7. All pocialisU.Music. roujh csiirsm in Latin, Greek, French, Enc'iili e Art and Klocutlon. Situated in the famous Hlu Mathematics Natural and Moral Scieucre.for tho Bryan club had done more good than r. ..... ni ifimirVr: dittininiihed hiaUTu nc of clioiate. beauty of scenery, refineticn llefjr ii-- tin; where you will see I your daughters Kail Ssiion opens September 7. s of3Cietv anything else to insure democratic next year, be sure to write for Our Now ClUftlogua. Aidre, there. Said he, "Hundreds of demMRS. NANNIE 3. S A.TJR'tjSY, Ldy Principal, Sunfori. Kv. 3 tf ocrats were on the fence but when they heard that Gov. McCreary was for Bryan and Sewidl they fell over on our bide. Siucj thou I havo had uo fear about but-ou- " ii n Bii mm OVERCOATS, 10,-00- 0, tiiUiniiMu, SHOES, &c. IT WILL PAT Y0W Sc SEVERANCE SON. 1 1 1 HUNTERS' SUPPLIES. 1 LOADED : SHELLS : AND OARTRIDGES. .- SBest LEGGINS. - ! W. 3. MoBOBlETS. GRASS & MOCKER, j 'f rugs, cksrrvwsals, LKls, ainxs, J al t It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. J THE STANFOBD FEMALE .t COIiXiEGE. President. buc-ces- Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofiug, Mad eon going republican." Tho colored brother was conspicuous in the parade and if wearing Bryan but tons and badges counts for anything a number of them will vote democratic thisyear. Tho womon, God bless them, were also on hand by the hundreds ana did a great deal toward miking the barbecue the grand success it was. Dr. Phil Roberts, who ran against Gov. McCreary two years ago, says he believes the Sth district will go democratic. Tho doctor is onu of the few frank repub licans who do6su't hesitate to Bay what he thinks. The Richmond Bryan club has its headquarters in a largo store-rooin tho heart of town and it is open at all hours. It Is abundantly supplied with literature of a democratic tendency and is a very popular resort for thj democney of that place. There in nothing short about the democrats of Madiaon. E. O. W. m -- rXiwW&Z JjJS UNDERTAKING BY- re Ol Shingles, Etc. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. jr. Practical Trimmer,' Bmbalmer a MciiAHx, o'iOio And Funeral Director. Program of teachers' association to be Also carry a nice line ot 'Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. held at Hanging Fork, Saturday, Oct Square, Stanford, Ky. 2I'h. Welcome Address, Mrs. M. M. Room opposite Court-Hous- e 1 Richordson; response, Rev. J. W. Stanton; "The importance of Arithmetic as a decipiiner of tho mind," Isaac Fisher; Reading as a means of thought gaining, Mrs E. B. Knox; benefits of grading, Mirfs A M. Stownrt; spelling, how taught to bd of practical utility, Miss Sarah Den-u- j; history, It. O. Durham; "How should leaders spend their leisure moments and cition," Misa Ida Pennington. W. D. Tardif, pres. four iucliea ttiictt iloiiutuiti, Micliih'in. Snow is H. C. KUPLEY, TflE MER8SANT TAILOR -- Is Receiving his- - mm Tttm 'SiLrA $$. oa Iron All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. wmmwm m i SILVER TO BE GOOD AS GOLD. , If gold mid silver bullion why the law of this and othi'r countries defining' the degree of liitenessof win-inoiryI Poland Chinas For Sale. l'giec. furnunilonantiu;ailoii the metal, the amount of nlluy In the '.'"'J'' choice thoroughbred Poland Chin Hose coins, their vveljht mid the initio of 'cVr each coin, and mahinir them u lcyul ulen m e h,nge. Come oon mid Etth I.,u tender? The Open Mints nmt Lenl Tender standard advocates has for Its objeut to deceive the American people lalo Laws Will Mulct WJiiti? Metal Good as the Yellow. voting for ii policy by which f of the standard moiey of this country was stricken down, thus reducing the volume of the iiione;- which tlxed thf values of nil the other proprtv. from one-halcorn-spondiuf- fal.seho.Ml reKorted to bv the cold " ""'""'''"""'"KKr I NOTICE llibb sre r.ijue.teJ lo ,.rc vent ih.m ," once Ky NO 50-CE- NT DOLLARS. St,.ot,, This Is Not a Question of Bullion, But g of norionotizAd, Coinxi Money. Dbt-Pyln- A lij' Mlr Dolkir ToihiKxIMiutt)r l IohH KmilCiiri. iif KiihIi I I'.cplv to it Kiilx uiii of rhrtrf Atiint Jlutlc flnlM. tli II. th (inlttiMjff roi-ri-ctl- V v ' ' V V I i '" ' vr jjks '. i ' III W''l I ' I ' ' I I III &, IM uswl the ndvocuto of th feiuglv gold ntninJurd ik thf i:lt-rriraatitiitiou that if tn I oliey of the fife ami iiiilimited com-airt)f si Ivor hould bo ndoptni it wouni tut in two the wntfouf the laborers ami iui).ol them to lal.e dollar rato of their without mi increase of w tiires; tii.it those iTCLiiiif Knlnne uonlil et but the jwy they now tluit thot hm U'g man ., on lt'KMt in livings ImiiliK would oniy ii'i'i'ne fioiu the Imnh in leturis fin tin ir 'lfK)sits dollnr. whiili would !( but of whHt wuul' lie due them; that the endow men' funds of college mui iinheraitieH woul f e lediii'ed in Milne, hk woul.! ill fust fund. This fritf lit fill Mtut4Miient l rcHaten day by day by the new'Nmir. m tl iIuti' looate of the single ,70rd Mttitii, srd. as n con trolling ni'KUtiient to pre-ethe people from voting for the win l il.itei wh" represent the policy of the trte nod unlimited euinarr of Mixer The ncwsiMipers nd men h ho are ury iny this stateiisrnt know it to le n stupendous lals?liool. T'hy make it look us pluufctblc hh they c'Hii. inul rum lsi,lc the cli'inges on it in eery 'orin. A Ml by thin menus hae deceive I mid are misleading tliousdiidtt ot Iitui4'-- t jMHiple w lio may not 1h alile lv detect the fraud which 's belni; jirae deed on them. What rire the real faets an to thin? The gold ttttidard advocate, nn Uic im.sis of tlnir false FtHtcuieiiti", sihiT bullion ditctited of tlu-- ipial ity of money, uneoinel and not a legal tender, with gold, which U by law coined into money and made a leca! tender in payment of public dues iin.l all debt, to the amount staniHd on coin. Is this an honext (Htm it xtvnlc the truth".' Ww it not. In etTcet, ansert a thinly (ll'ilised, but irriwH and Let u hce. If co tigress and the uutlons sliould procnt the com iiu of f;old bullion, an has lieeli done as to niler bullion, depriving it by law of the quality of money, then the Kohl bullion would not Ik; money, no iiiuii; Uiati Nllver bullion i now. Alio ine oiu iiiiiiiou winmi iveciitne n commodity iiHhlhei bullion iinm.Hiil would kitujily briuK' wliat It would lu worth for iihu In the arts. The ciiine i true of siher. To iniiko an honest rnnijMiriion of ;,'ohl and siher, nnd to tell the houeul truth, we miiRt compare fold loin, m tender ittti . eted with the with nlver coin iu.-sl(- l with the name quality. IJiiinjf that, we tlud the xlUet coins to the United Klutea, not ilwr bullion, worth iiuieli in th purcli;me of projterty ami In the payiueut vi debts mm the eoiiiH of xld. And He flue) that more tliun yi.iHNi.iMNi.nou of ailir coins hi circulatjoii m Kuropr are at jinr with gold. Wliy tlimV Simply iKith are coined with the tutue of the coins il.M'd by law. lhu anyone eer ntfn n dollar in this country? Of euiira not. And why not? llecause our inure titan liMi,'X!0.iiK silver dullarv, or their are the coined money of the Lulled Stutea, ttietr tutue (lied b law, and they aio made a lejral tender for all dentj.. Hence, lhoe now coined are as good as jjold. AutttlH. Tex., Oct. caie-oroR One of th- - 1 e une-htt- lf olie-htl- lf I one-hal- eom-par- e pni-iKon- ? ln inoiiwlim-.-falhelio.Hl- ? to $.1.240,0K).tHl6; and Log-aii- , making a n reduction propTl.v tilue; jmralyalnf industry, Huatonvillo. Ky., art eating enterpri'e. rendering ag,iV culture, the eontiolling industry of this lirlnRnn....nc u hr cl.l tM.tomrrs and h.r r. M Una; Unt eout.tr.. uiipttiKtable; producing an titriuHtfittiii.t, td unlm injr liltsin are nll. pii lor ( he er amount of financial dlatrs never !. lu c.ll ei If ikuii ol.. 4, before known in this country, and eaut.ng tei.a of thousands f mew Mo be denied employment lor in.h or In tinrtv tnt , H,r0. unu mrir umiiiec to miiTer for tbe want ".in UM Sulfd i ai my hurlj Itinhtron aiM.. (.! t.ilin, I'jimrr if the neeesaiie of life, and causing thoae who anil have ork to work on .short time, and lining the country with tnunp. All tins wrong and KHtYe.-lu-g in order to Incivnue the vuliie of bonds ami other credit and money in the Farm No, romaim 191 cr In W',njtcn kkuiivi it ol wh.cli i m rati, hands of the ilch while sinking the CfMtnty, K) . theun vH witrfj, koI iiipib(imnu, u,,.iJ-jMgreat mans of the people, the working nc mrul root UiImcco t4..ru Ijr 10 acre ci p. people, Iho common jieople, the real t'hi. Uiw It itlualtd ui what u (Honour.. iM the Ivh dlnr ct In Kentucky lor While lljrky creator of wraith, deeper and deejier CifiUIltifWciio ktomo. Into poverty and wretehedneoa. Farm Na. 1 roeulni fo acrei In lime locality,o Will the people allow themselves tn use HtKi anil kiij.. the bvit improveij larn.i in the be deceived by inch a device Into help- biti. . Uiicol ouatj. ing to the gold standard Hoik e I ate in Aur atate af nrocivallin, jiollcy. nnd to put thcnihehea Ititu a waiared 'armsfniciil. Owe te K It. dcpol, Khoolt, od matkrt anti on a tine turapilr. condition of financial slavery to the Kar iHfarmalioH appli to money changer nnd Aristocrats of J. N. SAl'NOI S, sunfoid Ky. America and Knrope? The man hIi.-- tnlk about dollars shows his iguoiauce on the aubjtet; jNEW iMlliLhVERV. or, if he Is not Ignorant, that he is attempting by fnhrhood and fraud to de The laiet tbir In Fa ami Winter Mn'meiy ceive other to their grout Injury. hm.V. it ami li.lie ia InInvlic4 aua the In anil o( Man lotlatvtl vlci'.i-IVon may inquire what Inlliience I locall ttylct tee Ihe ate llui larhoti hai tirired and l ready la wail on think the free am! unlimited coinage httoMcnilowiriuil mwihv dc tin will of nIIvci at the ratio of lit to t will have me. Mlsb I.ICCIi: IIKA l.r.S . .NanlaiiJ, kv on th purchasing power of gold and Hllver money. If such coinage shall in ereuae the volume of circulating money ! the effect will be, to the extern of that Increase, to raiw the prices of commodiAll I'etts fur p ink lUilnin: ties-, and In the same promotion to re frnce, perientami railing I.cu.tne feiie, can find or prtwaat at tny iIoip nar Crdar Crtck, en tnrr duce th purchasing jmwer of money. what iki luadlac from ( rah t til o gvu.1 Stated in another wny, it will make the keep alwatt tm haul atilth. aupply Marlor oi .in alio DuiIiIimk p v lumber property dearer and money ehenjier :n for lencttiK. All kieda (Mnlti tor aUj UrU and .Ml prrtuiit proKirtion to the amount of the any artule ol thli kind can call on me at of the volume of money. And bit iiure war Cedar CrwV Ij W MM'iLKTiiS jilf this K the reason why the plutociatM June so enrneatly opi e free coinage. It In I their ixdlvy and to their Interetit tn have dear money nnd cheap property iSt)6. and labor. While it Is to the Intercut and should be the policy of the Industrial clnat.es who make the wealth of J'ull tock al Fruit and ()riBiUl Trtet, t the country, who Imve a sup- (rarr Vino, hmall i rmu. Atraracui. aad every thltK ply of money to atimulate enterprise Cinptey'or the irchard,ry l.awn an4 Oaidrti We u an pilcra to th ita Afttiii 'I nud indiihtiy, and make the country illBereHce bcten thoie of a Krwe' "' 'lejlcl on application tu ptiMiperoiis and the people contented Cataktu II F IllM.r.NMrV. tit, nnd linppy. And by restoring alive- - n m l.tx nt;ton, Ky n jmrt of the standard money the de maud for gold w III l hoiiicw hat reduced, nnd it will, to that ctcut, be lesKv.ilun bleaseumpiired w iththe property of 'he J. F. IIAKKKK, Proprietor, country Hut the fiee comiige of silver will ciuie no serioua dlsturlMinee to the - biiKincss of the country. f $7.3O0.OW,000 jMiss ISotlio V. 4 , llillO. Two Farms For Sale. I ,; n. M)-ce- nt I v 3STOTICE I . e i.. TREES TBJSSSII FALL, Miiim-ien- - 67-- 1 BARKER HOUSE, Kate 1 WO DOl.t.AHS Per Dav Somernct, Kentucky. JOHN II. ItEAOAN NOT AFITAID (i '1 OF FREE SILVCR. I'ren (olliii'ti" Will KhjIiIc leg-a- l be-caii- 50-ee- nt Tintuihy (iriMa reprertit the ageuev nnd his ui'iIivkimnI the following teller to Ida pnlmna: "To My Many natrons in Southern Illinois- - In uimwrr to the tuimennis :. inirlea relative In tlte probable liitui,-aetioof tli;s international loan iigenry 1 bog to ulnte Ibnl I irpreaent several Pwisa eapilalista. trtie and steady republicans of the old aehool, all without any reservation favoring the free an f unlimited coinage of Ixilh gold and si! ver the American ratio of jKte.'ii to one n the nhwrieat road tn general piwiieril.v liere mid abroad, nnd fur ther, that should the free eoinage of silver prevail. I expect to accommodate my client much lietter in the future tlmti lu the pant. Yours for free thought, free coinage, and iilmic all. free men. "TIMOTHY QRfAK." Iihk mado many loans in lllinnia. with heMhpuirtria at Blount 'I lil .Vi'i'oliliiiiKl.tlo l l'xlrou.. lie Swimk .nleili.ilioliMl liHili agency, llettri l'niinj ernon Mr Kruiadeleil and refuraliheii throughout. Large nd Cemmudlavt Hamp'o Koemi. Malli and ultwc coni.fV.l by Electric Belli. I'ruuipt.aiid plni advice to gaetta. John II Cait'ctnaa. A. C. I ar.ham INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVIiKl'OOL. BHRBEE & CMSTLEHM. MAN.VFll, Commerce Builcling,.LG.iisvil c. Ak"11 Throughout thi South W. A. TBIBBLK, I.OCAI. AOKNT, Stanfokd, - - 371' Kkniukv. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN AND ARTHUR SEW ALL, Vice-Presiden- Democratic Candidates for President and Hanna and Plutocracy. Be sure you push a good thing- along by stamping under the rooster. - The People are for Them and They will Triumph over Traitors, Trusts, .Monopolies, Marplots, Mark eimal to yld. becaue they would iuy aa much property und pay as much of debt U2 the tuuie number of f;old dollars. If it be bind that the stamp of the ;;o eminent mid the mandate of the law make the coin of greater value than the bullion, the answer may be made that the present value of gold U li.ed by law. An act of the Ilrltlsh parliament passed in the year 1844, S"J years ago, required the Hank of England to purchase all the gold presented to it at three pounds, seventeen shillings and nine pence per ounce. That lixes tht price all over the world, les the cost ot transportation to London. So that ith price is not governed by its intiinsio value, Lut by an net of parliament; unu this makes it in that sense tint money. t. Moncj is the crcutuie of law. The material, of which it is mado iS not money until mado so by law, whether it be gold or silver or paper. The government or the banks issue their notes to circulate as money. Thete notes have no Intrinsic value. Their being money arises from the fact that their issue is authorized by law, the promise to redeem them in coin, and, in some cases, the making of them n legal tender. So that ft is the operation of the law which makes money, nnd not the material of which it Is composed; though gold and silver are recognized as more suitable material out of which to make money than anything else. .No laborer, no peroii drawii jr a Hilary, no dejWMtoi in a bank will be paid, iior will any oiler be mad to pay J licy may them, with oiher bulliou. be paid in coined hihcr, as they may now lie lawfully jmid in coined Lllver; but the dollais in which they could be so paid would be luu-eedollars, und San Francisco. Tim InttiJIlpiMire of tlir World. Portland- ..To the., Scnntor Teller nays "the college professor11' of Europe are all on the hlile of hiiuvtulliMii; the lending 12urop-a- n Via 'I he linanclera of Km ope those who have made llnancc a httidy are on the hide -of n double standard, am no silver man .. , & !. 'Gf JBC - '..p '1 need le afraid that the intelligence of ' ' afr" tl K i tit . the world is not on his hide. r 'ry9 S r.hu&;'. "We fought Urcat Hrltain once un(Ql tOUISrflUt NtwAlHUllYjChllAiO .v" der the bimetallic system; we fought a neighboring country under It, and wo Only Dining Car Route From fought under it the grentcst civil war ever waged." Kii -- rrv. !- -. I ,u . f- - I Wi'rt icirns 1 1 J ! RT 3LOTTXSYIX.I.E rcatnrntlon Of We lieillevn tli.it lt IfKltlm.ittt oRlro tta atandiur.1 coin It Inilllon viilmi uttl lo io enhanced liy tli deiiiuuil ireated lir ita frre nnd Ulitluilteil colimpe that liu difllcult)' will bo experienced In inalntaliilaif allver at a parity with other utaiuluril inonrj-- ; anil ao wo driiouiiee uh fulfttt and iiiiiIUIoiik thu atutrmeiita m freiuently iimile liy our that freu rcdiuiK" menus a ilnlliir of leu vulue than one liuudreil rinta. or!. IR'tnocnicv. Ileaolutlou of the New In thn atltrr to Elegant Pullman Veittbuled Sleepers ol Modern Pattern. For mapi or any Information, addrcit TO CHICAGO. I J fUANK J. KEID.) o. P. Acent, Chicagc or ) j (, f E.H.BACON D. P. A , LouliYllle He aura to call for Motion Koute. Danver. .IF yt)U AKhGOINC St Paul. ok annuuueed his oppofcitlon to llrynn. This was pilte to be ep otcd, and thu wonder Is that he ha be?n bo tlow ubout it. Cal. Hrico and his lellovv arc not running the dcm.ieratie party any inoro and that is w hy it ib popular and Is going to win iii. election. pin-tocra- ts Senator llricc, of Ohio, has finally JLVOHTK ..:...thk TflTEST. Into Illinois to do the work of local licemen? John M. I'almur indorse the administration idea that it is treason to protest against sending federal troops Docs po- Louiavinc lathe 4 Nabhvillc n. R. line for you, aa itt Doable Daily Trains Malce.'cloie connectloni at This campaign is not so much a con- LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. test of political parties as it Is a proof a large majprity of 70,000,000 of HROUGH TICKETS SOLD. test IiAGGAGE CHECKKD 1HKOUOH liberty-lovinpeople against financial For tuy information eaquire of g alavcry. OKS.KICK.AKent, SUnford, Ky Ml Wi fFM',. - ini.-r- , sovu ofiitw: ixrrr'oii join. VOUCH AM. for urn I 'mw' R FOLKS. LADIES' INTERNATIONAL. Mm. l'lorrnco cirrj- AniiM'intioii. I and oppressive feaits 400 53J practical nrt nn opportunity to study tures toward them. Up to this time each MAINS WKST. No a. No., No. 10. No. 8. under tho best teachers. If thoy arrive subdivision of tho empire has had it" a ui. p. m. a. m. p. m. " Parli .. C in a strange city, 0110 of the Icaguo will own laws. Under tho provisions of tho 9 50 4 3J 5S 1 Depot .... 10 ai 6 33 look after their general welfare, seo new law an unmarried woman is re6 40 Ctori:etou H 10 40 635 3 45 itamp'g f.ro'd 10 38 that bourd is obtained nt moderate, garded as nltuost equal to men concern654 7 7 ' K'khorn 11 16 7 n prices, nutl that thoir everyday lifo is ing their earnings and thoir incomes. As liS Irankfjrt A... 1130 15 795 comfortable. Charity is a word un- soon as n German becomes a wife and sUndayt rains. known to tho organization, as tho ob- mother she is booked as n minor. She - iMorfftown 10 40 a. mj arrive Frankfort ject is to mako students pay a reason-ablhas no right over her fortune, tiho cana. in. 30 price for what they aro taught, not transact any business without the rovn FranV fnrt 23 p. in. arrive Georgetown p. ni. making them in turn self supporting. signnturo of her husband. f. Kpntucky Midland Railway and connec-- r Tho plans for tho Ladies' International tnrin the ihortpst and cheapest route to all Then tho new law defiuos tho power '.t Siuth, Es't, rrtli and WVtt. abociation in America aio arranged un- of parents concerning the education of 11 tth r forrnanon nnply to their acenti. der the direction of Miss Elio Mercur their children, placing it all in the faC I). UrtHICAW.Gen 1'ana AKent.. 1IAKHKR, Itec'r&GHnSup of Pittsburg. Mrs. Grey, however, is ther. It denies divorco on account of ill Frankfort Kv practically the woman who keeps tho treatment, drunkenness and other American branch alive, tslio is devoted The bill, which has passed the to the cause, and her enthusiasm keeps totalising, does not liecomo a law until the movement beforo the people. Mrs. 1'JOO, and many women aro agitating anil Calf, i ytarlmgi Ai I'll.' C Xoble Cirand of St m fur. I LtJe. N'n. l.'u, Trrta tuadr known on dair ul mi Guy is not, however, very well satis- the qucstii u of its rr consideration and I. U O I T" ('l4.icc!l' mmatwlei of U'lM.l.tM HtCK, Adr. fied with what she has done in New repe.il before that J I' ( Handle., Aurtirnccr tim. the Knight of IViiin- - !..!.. hi. Jr York, ut she lias great faith in tho ICnigbt Comma m1j.o thing alKiut i itir.,r t'l" place wan conducted west and expects to accomplish a great The New I'mliroliliiry. il, Kalgbtit of the Mmi just hs it w in a regular patml houso. d' al 111 Chicago. She will make It cannot Ik? chimed that tho poster All tiny tho gonts htootl in tlieir stalls during her stay horo for a or Benrdslej stylo of embroidery is lrork cf the lilliputian jmtrol wagon labor congri", to uiret in October, beautiful, but it is bright, showy and leid-t- o tlnrt out and pines theiiiMdve.s lbl)7. Tho association has just issued as yi t n novelty confined to pillow or uiit. r the drop lmrnci nt the .ound of tho first nuinbi r of ita official organ. It perhaps n hanging for t gay smoking :. n alarm. All w.i bus'le nud excite-- i is called The Iron Ring, and it will be room. Most any io&tor you icnt lib ut the filled at wiirli a moment, published quarterlj. Chicago Horald. ularly admire will givo that tho particTO READ BOTH SIDES you colors riirettiftii Oratit xhouttnl his order.i in n and the f jnns to iue. Cloth figures of OF THE QUESTION? Tint AViiiiHii Are I.oluir Groiinil. oiirill voire as all wetoFlijiiiing on their WILL Tlio Mcthodidt Lpiscopal conference bioadcloth, billiard cloth or ladies' bo rublirr coats and firo hat. cloth "Willio and .lakie, grab tho uxor! at its meeting in Cleveland last May or red nro cut from white, black, bluo The New York Journal xs the only Scrofula, Salt Rheum, ami applied to a background that D.ivy and .7otia, take the hooks! Char- dirrcteil the stiliiifliiirv brnlio In vntn Sores, Boils, Pustules, 1!k" " "kiii,' contrast Tho fig- - Metropolitan paper indorsing mipstinn. Thev w- lie, grab the roof rope!" ho would shout. iisiiin on tho woman Kczema, Tetter, The goats willio clattering out, and aro to say by tlieir votes whether they ures nro applied .sometimes with a dnh tho firo brigado was oil with a bang, desiro to have tho organic law of tho ot red or of gold and traced artistically and all diseases of the blood and "' " ''v.piug lines wnn ropo suk or the gong i'i tho front of the wagon ohiiich so amend, d as to make women e)r Makes You Well. "r1 eottons. A mngaziuo cover of eligible to seats in its supremo legisla fidiigitig loudly. The company's n Mephistoplulcs Indigestion, constipation and dysa fox terrier dog, ran, barking, ture and judicatory. Ten of tho annual ,,ceP yllow linc" by fluro of 1,lni'k velvot "PPHod to it. A and it daily publishes articles Aiound tho corner they would conferences have already complfed with pepsia, kidney and liver disease Iduo background that the leading; financiers of the country the guieral conference's direction. Tho P,,,ow wlth a s . il to the hotixii of engino No. U5, of-y till to its curative powers and vntn ill tlin ten mnforciinna n rnnnrfr.,1 COVera tllO Upper half lldS Oil tllO lower on both sides of the question, u arriving there before the regular when cured it Inilf the nguTO of a girl dieted in deep Knr intH,.,.i, t ..imiiiv had Pt.rtd out. Thov ro- - .f.niila ..j fnllmvKeeps You Well. th I en in. SW; for keeping them out, 28a. ye"ow- - ,AH0V0 ,t10r1bits o S- in. n il nt tho tirehouso ready to I kliVCI VCI2U2 VJ U1U-onid to any alarms that might come in Last year six of the ten conferences gavo nppljqnwl ivo a background of leavt s. sji Sold in Lincoln county by ...... lur iiuniuung .1 women A tiillnw n? bright v.'llnw -., ... ... lirnmlcli.t'it ,11 . . ..1...1..J o votes t 1110 winio engine .mi. a.j was away. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. S'lice hool began the young firemen against ICO for excluding them. It is the same stvlo lias the finuro of an old- j 11 15 progrcbsiv uucrai aiiu. mwayi black cloth and " Penny's Drug Store, hue tuken a vacation, but next summer noted that tho "yes" voto falls off in man cut from;sew lorlt Post, white ap- espouses the cause of the masses. IKS! M tiny will orguniio again. Now York every 0110 of these conferences. It is not plieit to it. " Every broad minded man should Craig & locker, a case of heavy losses hero and there, Wot id. W. C. VVolford, Hustonville. Woineii nortlcttltttrlsts. read it, "whether Republican or On l!i L'tU dy of March, tho but of a moderately uniform loss all I I.nnK Time It. tiM'cn leals. B. Twidwcll, Tlio first horticultural school for Democrat. young loan wh" inrntrtr ! ir mIwvc along the line. As tho voto starts off it Some of tmr boys nudgirln think that does not encourage tho advocates of women in Germany was opened nt oft mo down from Richmond and look a J. A. Hammond, Hubble. near Berlin, in tho autumn of In thi olflif. In h11 one foienoon is a great deal of time to woman's right to sit in tho general coniucinijMHiitiii Tanner Bros., McKinncy. 1&01, and it will graduato its first class fur after breakfast is V. Alstott, Powers. thattlm Ji ha bur 'ly ininl h d y mid wait theredinnerbig anaconda in the over. ference. Klmira Gazette. J of seven members this fall. Ono of the But is a PhilBeazlcy & Son. Crab Orchard. has twver lwen a minute Int. He it in adelphia "jsoo" which ato its breakfast graduates will then assumo tho position i'uii nml tlio ltlrjrlc. duslrioii and i:it v'!'J o'nl w mighty almost two years ago 22 mouths, to be M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. The Wheelmen's Municipal leaguo of of teacher in a similar school recently 1 Cent overywhore. ttnud man to huve uruum! an ofHc. A n';t and has jut got around to its San Francisco has declared for the woestablished in Riga, in Livonia. On the Daily Yours for Health, UHltirHl born of October unetlier institution of Subscription for Ono Month, :itu'i:n, he kce up with dinner. During all this timo it didn't man suffrage constitutional amenduient. 1st including Sunday - - J AMI'S T. Cooki:, the ti in". Miul his fcRo.dgf of puhlic seem to be a bit hungry, although when An evening pupt rof that city pertinent-- , the kind was opened on tho estate of Two S1.00 Months and a Half - , it was really leady for a meal it ate the ly remarks in this count etion: Baroness Ilarrodjibu'g, Ky. near nii'ii rt'itirtrkrti'le lie iins nirtiruiliMe in Saxony. Tho courses of study exSend subscription to The wheelmen of the city, in decid- ' Willi whole bill of fate, which consisted of a lien and et'tn mt. " fat rabbit, all at ono gulp. It is not ini tend over two or three yenis and in- for woman suffrage, nro do Mitiiha lis liit'e wife, who w American very unu-ufor a snako to abstain from ing good polities. There, is less of scnti- - ' cm(1 ,Int 0,,!y tl10 various branches of The New York Journal, Koiit fot d for Meral nionths, at the end of incut in this decision than of practical horticulture, but nho fundamental sci WEW YORK. which time death generally lesults, but ity, as there always is in good politics. entific instruction and such knowledge Circulation Drpartmcnt, . tho anaconda's ens-- is distinctly diller-en- t 'PI.,1 .,.l,,...l .,,.,.. .,r.. .,r ...nnnn.ll.,.. n tlf bllsilie.S J11C t llllS its! IS llflloil if t Who can think iccis,ful pros.cution of comineictal WantPfj Afl IflSS " r Bomo simple from any other. Its fast lasted over discuss theories, but to meet a condi- topateut? twice as long ns any in tho history ol tion. Their position is that thero aro I'ardening. Kmphasis is laid upon the Vri,tect Ur Werihi iw "imi on co.. Patent i'.iuti. the ".no," and during tho whole of its a.ut'u latiy cyclists in ban i rancisco, all fact th.it the new work thus made po- - writo joiin whuiiRiuiViiN m, mmr coiitiiiuitneo there was no ovidonce of sj CAVEATS. into 'J m.Wa,vi VlHtj 414UUal siblo for women is suitable for thoe of TRADE MARKS. ill health. FRONl Ho. 2. streets. These ladies, of course, have no tIlD cultivated classes, and not for unid DESIGN PATCMT3, votes, so all they can do is to loud their "cated or seiniiducated rustic. Cm- - j COPYRIOHTO. OtC. 1MIU i: I'M. Irnr Information nnit trro Hamlin k vrltn t Liiquirer. MINN A Ul, lib! l.lllALlHIT, Isr.w Little girls who play with their dolls moral inlluence to the campaign for eiuuati i.e. Cldf :t litiromt for iwviirln.t mt tt'tn An riot, better roadways. Their moral iulluenco may be interested to know what sots tho l.vrry inUut tAkinout ly u.li rem- lit In furu C" ,iri"s 1Iie Viith- thf public by u nutlco fclvi u fn-- orthnrto In tlio f.islnon in dolls' eye. When Victoria is gieat, but truth compels tho adinislMl'e JwIlnno K. Henry of Ver-- , ARENA. became queen of Kngland, nearly ISO Kion that votes aro more effective than recent rt KJ'' s years ago, she win fan and young, with moral inilucnco when politics is being The Freo Thought Magazino: isue "While, lAnrtrtrrtllntlonnrnnv p Icntl'V poiwr In tho very bine eyes, whereupon blue eyes be- done. woniau's strugglo for liberty has been N r i'. world. iu. II, it tifi'i' Ihj v i came all the fashion, and all the loyal r i A Cover. environed by moro tulvmsu conditions ' IhlT TTlf.nf ', T..ir, N t'O., dollmakers of her kingdom began send-iii1'Ll'i.i ill iJ, .TCI liruad" A beautiful new bed cover of Iatet and more bitter foes than any contest blue eyed dolls fiom their factories. fashion is made from fine whio organ- - for freedom in all history, yet no cause In Italy and Spain, where nil tho great die. In tho center thero i a square of evor. had so many unconscious allies beauties hnvo olivo skins and dark, tho materia! bordered by a band of ro- - Every institution of kuni'iig that p irv handsome eyes--, a blond doll is quite laco Ntxt this is a wido bor- ' mit.s the sex; every o::v who tnipb ys u uncommon. Japanese dolls have twin- tier of tho muslin, then n narrower bor- - woman, thus helping 1: to indepeud kling, beady eyes, set in thoir heads I WvWo v. aslant, wlulo tho gnyly dressed dolly with a wide frill of tho musliu. Tho fiom dnuJfeeiy all thtse i.iv eh atii.g a UjLi J fp ''T ibr' OA ( ' ; t from Singaporo looks from her copper pillow shams that go with tho spread path to the ballot box tor the women of r' V colored face with a pair of narrow, co- nro also of uunlin. Tho square of inns- - tho United States. Women li,rJ$mfi y. clubs Vttk eyes, quite different in lui in tho center of each sham has a whatever their proclaimed objects, uiid !.' " quettish, black K. Jrilafek' AlfS', HA V expression from either tho Spanish or large ornamental letter, tr.ade lroni tho whether women realise tho fact or not, azs aJ if t i T-- ' yirffSSraFS. iiT.fa-- i '. mri-Ilhn l.tn jCl.iinse beauties. Now York Times. ,,','Z32 I! braids used foi renaissance luces. Book are merely political training ,sehuol3 SS3M& muslins of a good quality could bo used fitting the six for citizenship When Dot ami tlio New Stiinii. Who reaclied hii rasi4f "(&: rr IZOXU 1HKk.'4iV&T tj inn it fi it m.'cU ,rfr2L..frfor such a cover, which is usually over 12,000,000 American women come into I hnvo liot'll told ilo J oil think it Is true ago, has been with the lsrM of their political heritage, That when the new moon first oniue into view, another of colored or white china silk. Jot 'S i, two yoir Oi'lobei II last .tad The britflit little moon, like U.nt silver bow, they will be the best prop.it ed voters ' iLtdAJSiJlLi. limits Dresseii, hitb beau nlwajs piompl nml f ithfnl He If 1 hue it jnt over my loft oliouluNir io A -that over entered the body politioof an Had luck will follow 1110 nil the month tliruueh. It is said that a discoverv has been nation." is the eldest miii of .Indue M J Sjufley. Undo Sam's Crovn of Thorns. llnlliiliiu jm'lnht .S''.i In II'hi. Do your I tlon't inui-l- i made powder with OntlOO Itiuu'il lloiiinl.i'lfni' " I will not nlil to piesd ilon n upon t' o Meuil- Atr T"l UUlVUOi 'l'i.f. III. mill .Siiio. and no greater foaipliuitiit can bo paid Hut t..e u. wlwllevo 1... nuinit hIkhs. tiwcini tree erti ,s of aio, i:J appHpR-ji- luminous prop- 4Uivo Tlie blei'ie I'lnUIi, ww.ii nut w. OHiil.k.U t0 fabrics of )WOf labor ibU el own of llmru." lug ,1. this yoiiiuc Hint) than to min Iml in inanv Ovi r my rlht shuuUK'r ulitneisl tlnwn nt m, , ill' ii irl llir ' Tne popular finish given to mutton WILLIAM .II.JMM.S IIKTAX. '. giving to them the ll Il points ho boBr a striking r Muuhlanee to The pntty new mcon. nml, you know, tlmfs tMiaso.July 9, lsix. leg and otlu r skives eloa to the arm DcMitioual and Revival Meetings, uriiiianco oi opal or pearl uv day and ithittn hit father. He is Miiiiewhat of a polili of kooiI luck will surely be mine, rendering them phosphorescent by night. Tlwt the from the tlbiw down is iry ptotty, All voters phoulil ros-- he ( Hinpalttn lvtlitlon iinslni; Schools and Day Schools, OMU't lieliibolii'viiiRthut htgn will entne true. iautj Hltli cinn and will yet be hoard from in that Ut course it remains to be seen how far says a fashitui autJicriry, and lin- - tlie of Tho Aronn, vIllc (u lacbtlw),tlw.luno Sunday Schools f Young People's i.ricc, tiii;ns may Iw Hilly; luit, now, wouldn't you? and runs to Novunibor are mi Tho young ladies all sy he Is 11 l.Hiidun in fct. Nlebohis. the oli'eot will and to tho beauty of toi- m!vantaiealM)ot n.:ik''ig the hand look A nun Societies, with Uudiiucuts. smaller. The sleeve is- so out that at tht lets but the inventor is naturally vl.rr vt very hamUonie. cfii. o it y in tilnidi .ti.j liiiuln h.i'i ,: I'i'icr. .i"i lMnn's Siiiier. Ijrin.l and noonlo are alr :tdv talkiiiu of edge of tho wrist it expands like tho Send your eubscrlptlon to Iliul&eai OiBeo of ' this aper. calyx of a How or. Tins expanded part din fi. Holt7f.law. lK,...,;,r John Ci. tWital' !( h lor Edna asked grandma for a scrambled fnllings of luminous chiffon, lace treat-ogts for htippor. "But, " said grandma, ed in such a manner that its desiuns is finished in miiuy ways. It is ustitfllv ky nrt-- tJuvinistoe, 0 l ! ; WANTKD men aiel wimifi nt imj. iSAoO IH'K lilorn, Odi. --M ; O n week enally mmle taking onloi-- far tlia Canv "miimnia likes to have you eat light shall stand out uoltlv radiant a of velvet and is lined with a putty ton n.i,iru, ,if tho Aiona. i.llri, Wanted-- An ; Loumvi fe, gvt. UStl ; suppers." "Oh, no, grandma, njiu lets Ullll IIUUJgrUIIIltl, HUinils Itllll feathers trasting clur in silk filled in ...... laco, boeuro your territory at unw, iltttTio Trotect your tdia. they may bring you wealth. let. :;o. cut in tubs or pomtt. biindwl or piped lob- - of things darker thau shilling us if dippetl in fiie, and other me have AKEA l'UBUHt.sO CO., I'utcnt Attor. Write JOHN WKUDEMJUIIN , marvels. with silk or .ttm. neya. Wiutilngton, D. C, for their ii.fiw prlto offer eggs." Youth Companion. Philadelphia Ledger LumlroO, luiculloua wanted. and lilt ot two .1 - give the pictures of the I.ntij-kio-h BOYS FIRE DEPARTMENT. Joiminai.'m fiiltlifiil iiml excellent The It iHTIinrntiKlity'orKioiUitl itml foreman ihhI two of lt eoiiiwltoi i:iil..rl E C. Walton, Business Manager, business iiuinngei and the stonoirrnphcr for Unu t. Work. M'n- - ' ulllti Iloiton, who Several Brooklyn ami ys liavoorf,'aiii?orl nlo so' tt pi, hi ttm nto let in If their n flie ilcpartmi'tit of their own. Tho apuri of tho little fir !i:cn ranye from 11 Co., plivsiogoinic niifur' TinTlif Tt'tc Lit ks." to 15 yoiirH, I!rnest fatant, tho foreinun iiio of anil oinanizor of tho cuiupiitiy, bfin Lexington, ICv ""' 'I'l l l" Ky. iiMr tho tilth st. TJicy iiavo u completo lutrol f litis Hum outfit, eonsistiii,' of two fjotitH hcven -XtSrFAZIl WARNING. TW lmiid hili in tlieir liaro hoofs, ono eonntnicteil patrol Wilson of We want to give thoie who oo in f.ir v.arnlnj small si7n tnndo to fit tho Konts, ono firo that wc thall give Ihcm Iw) week moie to wttle up with ua, and if they do not come up In that extinniiislPT improvised from tin vn-- t time we itul put their recount, in tht handi of r cooli r a.nl a half ineh rubber tube, aooHl.fr. MMtsllON AC.lU'.l.k s one renting ladder and nil tho found among the equipment of a flrBBfrV ffZxf modirn jmtrol cotnpiiiiy'fl lieailiuarterx. TI11 lmifotmH nro bluo overalls and lilcinst , with rtibhrr bootrt, rubber coaN, fatigue oitps and gaudy red flro I ani tli. fir Kalli llratich Coal nil J wl I tinil 8Ctv iVfc keep n aupply of all kinds of Cuil o yuu nvl .ih fcV i?4 Ha hiitti of regulation block. ai V'U ,want at the lowed ponl'ile tr.sia lui Ca-Tho goatH' nanies are Tom and Bill, tbii-mp oiitxwite Mill M. auit Kailr.i I Cr Roller Mill. J n IIK.I.lN-i- , and they Intro beeti trained by tho boys Siantrl. kv 37 until there is not a Iioim) in all tho regular department which responds moro faithfully and quickly to tho clang of the alarm gong than do Tom and Hill. With them tho boys have iniido a DI'ALKR IN "quiek hitch" recotd of ten ceeoniR No Mich hleik goats were ever teen on the rock ribbed liiUtt of Shantytown. GROOERIES, HARDWARE, Tom is a wiry haired maltose, and Bill beasts a brindled yellow complexion. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, The boys live mar tho houso of engine company No. J."), and all Fummer GLASSWARE, &c. w job long each of tho lads was prompt at roll tiks cull at 8 o'clock every morning. Thoir mimes were duly regibtc rod in tho blotf The uli jio is tt ul Im fin Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. M'!I kiinwn itml niiiliir t itii'ii ot Miiulnnl. ter, and each was given an hour oil at Joi- K 'niM vtas burn in Munfonl, Ky , litnehtimo. All fire alarms and tho Bo Suro to Give Him a Call. time they were Bounded were entered in hi- - imIiich-tiu- ii Ootolii'i- ',1, lS,i!l, mill the blotter with red ink. In fact, every- in tliuschiHiltof hi- - nativf city At the atjo of tl he onni'd with the innfi rd I.ntkiiiok Jui'KN.1., ulth I hicli he In s btmn t'vur sliire, 2J VfrFor tln j.nt th lo onr lie Iims fiiiitn of At Admlnutratni of I W llit.h, I will f nt pu'l' ouir y at hit Inrtn on the btinlord and fiiteuiitu itiid enjnili fullest contidri cu ilustliill pike on if hii I'liiploMT lie l the 'nrri"Hiii.li nt v f rmtiitrv ntiil ilrtilviievs-liHn'of a liliinber Nov. I89G, in whirli ho tk irret iniert'Ht, Th following property kntire crop of Corn, i .hocki, ahcut atitki cf Tiinntri) Hat. three Mr. Htt'ito e'rr-- t onlirs tavk. il Ckvi ami Timothy Hay, two W agent mill i jinniiiiK'ntly llenii!il with ni'.uly Watfon, lliinrx and arming Iinpirri etiti taoagtnt Mule, i a(rl hiiur, Ion ard ennett a No i yearling Jatk, Sow ami fvery orxitiiMtion in tlic cty, beip Stani'okd, Kv., Oct. 23, 1896 IIolow wo it nn rirKimirr irTiit ' I typu-wrilo- i. 1 St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, - ltt ! reg-tilHrl- y appli-anec- Mr- -. I'loienco Grey tf Paris has ar- rived in Chicago. Mm. Grey comes hero in the iutcimtbf the Latin' Inter- mitionnlfssncmtlnn. Tin. ,AWr. ,.f H.l nsociation in to estal.l.h in evt ry coun try in which a branch of it exists an aondeniy of practical arts for women. Tho association is enmrosed of many leagues, the first of which was started in Paris poveral years ago, with tho object of etablishing such an institution in Prance. The idea is to givo all women who wish to perfect tlieiusdvps in modeling, rawing, cooking or any other I ' COAL I ! 'i C J. K. VanA.rsdal?, - l"ast Time, Dark blue, gray, violet, lavender, deep green, black, clear and reddish purplo LxcelUnt Equipment. uro all suitable color?. A silvery haired Inaugurated May 24. woman lookKe'inrif:'; in a houso gown THE SCHF.UULF, called grcimtc. of the dt p nih i Rra"SP-If- l Lace rjf'lf'S of a a r shade nre , " r,,.f. 3J5P. m. ,55 a. in. SSP.m. gija. m. to withered Lit'.th, and n lace ' r'orcar can Cincmjabot at the throat ia beet n.ipg. Poitited rA.' ',' toci ,, W, ,rr l,pini? on day trains.aro wt.r'i. til'o the n'lV lo!MO,"lU ' """' to Detroit on night and ripple t : fi:st long jacket waists showing ;. o forlce tftwrfn Cincinnati am) Vf. S in. 1 AS OOOI) AsOLIt NtW TrJrdo vest. Lnrgo and small nsveiii c. : palYORK N'K OOI) A. ni'H ( HICAOO LINK ' h collet eflccti nre in order nd A3 GOOD AS OLR ST LOUIS LINK. lars of silk or ribbon J..'rrJj; v on ni S . J ikt' ti m ij"Hk Jour." do not war bolts or round waists and nfoi Iml ti (nrr.alicii cm, on ci ter ai'ihtu D h.O. MifORMArK, their sleeves nro of a inodornto sis.e. A Tkt. I,s TrallcMfir Gen. l'isMARTIN Agt, Their skirts ine of tho five yard width, interlined to a depth of ten inches all around, and of six to nine gores, a full figure taking the latter. As many maOnly Ditect LiLe lletneeD trons of this ago aro rather prominent in front it is well to fit the front goro with Shorten and rjuicktst betwpen a few gathers in the belt. Klderly womHdkfort, Georgetown and Paris, en should wear soft boned cornets or 'ti lielo, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, corset waists. !:ninn M. Hooper in I'ulmouth and Covington. Ladies' Home Journal. v tor tickets Kentucky 1 'lrt'aa dressniR too youthfully. Tho m,u". nPPnlco "".V1" " u,u "" apparel govern tho elderly woman's 1 Styles For Kltlcrly Women. TWminn nrn not", plilnrlv ni fmrl n thoy ueed to bo. mid Homo novor seem to grow old, being up to tho times all thoir life. From CO to 70 is tho timo wl,ou women still wish to look well, Big Four" New Line Utwitn Cincinnati, K fea oledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, AXdc"" '''!m, I 1 - 'l e- -r I 1 1 11 7, lucimiati ami Frankfort -- 1 HHHHLKiSiiEaHalHH 1 - -- ' - Wuninii In Ocrinnnj-- . Tho adoption in Germany of a general and common code of laws applicable to all parts of tho empire has aroused tho intense opposition of tho women of that country to the new code because of Midland. via run by Central Standard Time. Tirufi Tabla April 19, 1856. PAST. ,i No. 1 in 1. Traint N - -- t. 635 ' Kill cm 718 ' .Stninm: i.tound 7 a; l"eorfc'Orvn....B... 7 45 0. S. Depot 7 53 C r"arn -- 830 No 3. No. 7. p tu. p. m. 4 418 05 ico 1 30 4 J7 4 JJ 5 OS 1 48 a 15 no & - PUBLIC S-&X- - o v- 1 Saturday, 7th, r, W&! sCi-i' f- - 11 ivMrtl 5S 'K: I i!iiV.t'."K . I I 1 Are m..-..- ! . Cooke's You Sarsaparilla curl Afraid '0WI i t- . Bryan and Sewall ma-ro- t, .'id. " fek-- ti v - ,. , re.-- l o tt , 1 Fri-dena- u, po-blll- 11 Ill Wilt. ----- ) Barth-IIarmatiu- Plnu-011- JSclcnlifio r.ia &PV k. Jord i. 1'hx-to- o ll ul . 1 11 ' . I mr m i3 &V?&T&fgW2tf&' ittor-otl- c Campaign Edition. THE I - - p!lh' F"-V- r niu-t1. .1 r-- ni I 1 A I '')- , iit-i- u W rw ...s:?30?? r Wti xvi:wv J r j - ' sv: iJ' ,r-HA- -' j V' lj$ i. - Minn m . I 111. 'J,r -- i lLI.Afliil 1 1 I 1 n pos-es'sio- ! 11 miitmm &m z&Jy l - e I I t ! - I ,K 1, it 1 sun-euin- e. 1 11 c ! ONE 003LAR. i CoHr-tSfr, K-- Ii g H-- . Idea SSS '- 0'. iik-ain- I J Sis U. S. J UDO.it hli .NTEniOKJODKNfil, - Caldwell at Chicago says Stanford, Kv., Oct. 23, 1896 W. P. WALTON. there shall be no coersion of employes on any roads in tlio hands of receivers to voto for McKinley, Bryan or any one else, and if any employes are diechargt d for political reasons and the fact is prov en, he will at once order the dismissal of every receiver, general manager or other oflicer or employe of court having anything to do with discharging or threatening to diecharge said employes. The judge believes that the foundhtion stonn of the republic is the free puQYage of its citizens and will not puffer the right to be invaded. In addition to thi, the National committee, backed by the full power of the democratic organization in every State in the Union, pledgee itaeif that whether public oflicer or private citizen, who is detected iu any violation of tbu law, shall ne vigorously prosecuted and sent to the penitentiary if possible. This it where Democrats will put the x Kor President and nt You can't down the crested jay hawker Hecausc wc ask no credit. He is out in cards announcing his candidacy for Congress in the 11th till election day in the evening, and here'B hop- LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. it Nov 1. For Judge of the Court of Appeals ing he may get thoneand of votes and Rev. Adair, of the Cumberland PresHecausc small profits satisfy us. A telegram announces that Judce W. S. Black will be elected. White certainly byterian chinch, will preach at Walnut Thomas F. Hargis will f peak here on next has a tongh time in getting his rights. o clock. A genM 1, at Of New Cattle. Monday, in the interest of Hon. John B. Mat He tried to get Coleon to divide time eral invitation lo attnd is extended and ticket. Thompson and the democratic For Congress, with him at Somerset Monday, but he membership especially is requested Hecausc wc give no credit and have no bad debts. Allen Maye, formerly of Tennesaee, the to be present. B. THOMPSON, declined to recognize a boltor, very nat- was held in a bond of i50, for his urally, and then bespoke from the court Tho Women's Parsonage and Home before the gracd jury, on tho Mercer. house Bteps, where he put his foot in it cbarce of scaling a horse near Bryant Mission Society of the Kentucky confer-eac- o again. He charged hia former friend, of the Methodist church, South, is Hecausc wc buy direct from the Manufacturer. Wheat continues to rise, but the in- Judge Catron, with treachery and was ville. here have had the now holding its annual convention in A few democrats crease does not help the men who raised called a liar for bis trouble, and so it Bryan and Sewall Dm ville. Mra Lottie Holmes repre it. Tbey have long ago been forced to goes. He is a fighter though, who nev- impudence to bet that will carry Kentucky. The republicans sents the church here. Bell at 45 to 55 cents a bushel. The Hecausc wc can use immense quantities. er lets up and here's hoping he'll Ret and their The pastors of the various churches the boltocrats, respeculators and Ramblers alone reap the there in town have arranged to find out the gard this as high treason. usufruct of the most gigantic deal ever Henry Moore, ol Jackson county, names of all the people in Stanford who Compared with tho democratic blowattempted in this or any other country. of Paint Lick, do not attend Snpday school and endeavIn a dispatch from New York the Cin- out at Il.chmond Tueadky, the reception and Mits Rebecca Nantz, Hecausc wc save the middle man's profit. this county, wero married at tho home of or by sending them literature and other cinnati Enquirer tells how a Western given Senator Lindsay and John R Felthings connected with the work to interWednesday. They are well syndicate representing more than lows there was a decided frost. The ca- the bride on est them in its behal', Copies of the court-roowas connected and quite popular. has cornered the whole wheat pacity of the rather small and wife will current lesson will be sent them with re"Uncle" Muse Collier product of the United States. In Au not taxed and more than half of those Hecausc wc take advantage of every forced sale. quest that they devote half an hour to its gust lust it began its secret purchases at present were of African, acnit, ordered to celebrate their 50th marriage anniversary BMidy each and then send a contri-- b extensively and 55 cents. It is now worth 86e and climb- attend by thsir bosses. If Tuesday's per- ou the 20th. They are Uion to the school cf their preference favorably known, and the entire commit- -' Madi-soing, while investigation shows that the formance is an Indication of how ia the envelope, which will also be sent tendering congratulapoul haB over 5100,000,000 worth of wheBt county will go, there can bo no doubt nity will unite in Hecausc our goods sell quick, lose no money on old stock. t lem. The following ladies are now can on wbfch that she will stick to the democratic tick- tions. in elevators in the North-wesA number of democrats from this vassing the town for uhiiks of the non If you arc in need of a Suit or an Overcoat, remember "Co.Mi'Aiut" it will make many millions. The crop is et by Beveral hundred majority. For the Christian church place attended tho barbecue at Rich- ait ndfinh-very short in many countries of the Old is a favorite word with us. Ladies' Cloaks and Capes; a big line of Up to Oct. 20 Mr. Bryan had delivered mond on Tuesday. They report plenty M'Mes Jennie Hocker, Anne Shanks, World and the pool has chartered every Bruco and Mrs. J. H. Baughman; both at 51.25 and up. 2!) States ol burgoo, oratory aud a good majority vessel outgoing till December to take it 391 speeches in 320 towns in now in in Madison lor Hon. John B. Thompson Methodist, Misses Rebecca Spoonatnore, thither. Such trusts and combines will and traveled 12,754 miles. He is Mayme Lynn, Lula Allen and Mrs. S P. be unknown if Bryan is elected. Vole Indiana increasing the pace he has set and the Chicago ticket. a man and twice a Stagu; Baptist, Mrs. B K. Wearon, Mrs demonstrating that bs a mental and Ttie adage, "Once for him and the money for your products and J S Rice, Mrs. Annie James and Mrs. A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, which now goes to speculators will go physical giant he stands without a peer. child," applies to tho nominees, on the Mattio Nevine; Presbyterian, Mrs. W. H. The people will make no mistake in National democratic ticket. Some of our where it propnrly belongs. T. D. RANEY, Manager. making him their president, and that campaign speakers would do well to heed Higgins, Mre. Hugh Reid. Mrs. R. C. Hranch Stores: Chairman Jones, of the democratic they will do so seems now a foregone the lesson taught by the trito saying. Warron and Mips Mary Bruce. National committee, suggests that all conclusion. "Vinegar never catches llies " , A' J ". NI) TR. DEI TEMS. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiani, those who desire to preserve the counHon. Robert Hardiug, tho able and Gov Bradlbv spoke in Louisville try's honor and independence as it came Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, Dink Farmer sold a fat cow to Lou s democracy, win Wednesday night to a vast audience and eirnest advocate ol to us from the fathers, who believe in the Bpeak here ou next Monday, county court Wa'z yesterday for $20. and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. to death by giving rights of every man, rich or poor, to cast tickled the boltocrats horce mule for Bale. Goon day. Mr. Helm Bruce is also billed, by taffy world without end. It must a free and nntrammeled ballot; who op- them Farris & Hardin. democrats, to speak on be- Work any wh. h miuhtv nweet to the traitors to have the National pose government by corporations and the George Vermillion sold 100 barrels dollars, which all people fiend of republicanism coddle half of bon at 05 - Advocate. coersion of voters, find desire that real this arch of corn in the hVId at style, for that is the only and all parties favor. and genuine prosperity mav once again them iu that Owsley Dunn bought of J. H Baugh. was created in soQoite a will get now or hereafter. return to blees our pr ople, display the praise they ciety circles on Thursday by tne arrival man ifc Co., a bad of seed wheat at 65 to t)0c National colors at their homes, their For the titu consecutive term, Justin of Mr. J. Eibert Smith, a prominent M. M. Sandidge sold to L. H. Hud places of business and wherever else they S. Morrill baa been elected to the Uni- mercnant of Jellico, Ky., who claimed gelding by Gilt Edge son a may be seen on the 31st of October, in ted States Senate by the Leaielature of Miss Myrtle May Wilds, the charming for $175. order that voters whose hearts are for Vermont. Thirty years in that body daughter of the late Harry Wilds, and M.S. Baughman bought in Danville their country may be cheered and their with so little to show for it ought to of Geo. T. Farriu, chairMonday three extra good mare mule colls strengthened, and that those have purposes d the White Mountain pec- - man democratic committee of Garrard at ;3S 30. who are wavering may take courage of plethat they have had enough of him. county, as his wife. It wh then learned Eminett McCortiack to J. J. their patriotism to perform their duty as that they were married at Jellico, on Sweeney, of Albany, Mo., 30 yearling cat POLITICA L POINTS. citizens, 'to the end that government of Sept. 13, aud, for a romai i:e, had kept tlo at ,i. many admirthe peop'e, by the people and for the peoKolb, the Alabama populist, ea3B the secret. Mies WiIiIh had W. H. Murphy bought of G W. Are the Only Cash Men m Stanford on perish from tho earth.' Do ple, shall not appeared to bo Jones, oi Pulanhl, tUn jrarlini; Mark Hanna pid him 5500 to work ers here and teeral br s steers at and vote for Bryan and all will be that this when the news became 2Jc "id five yeariMii; hHtVra at 2c. for McKinley. well. T leepeculativH frmh was blown oil pubdc Esq., has been nomiJ. Soule Smith, and pricex -- Oratory ia beuudiahfd out from the the wheat market Hettied bark 31 cents under r eavy enl.-Fou heaven's eke don't let the Sth nated for representative by the demotchool-housin tho mounhumhlist Waddle, Hatntn & Baker, of I'lilau dUtrict be humiliated by sending a man crats of Lexington hall, in the ki, sold to Fnrri8 lV Whitby, of Congress Harrodaburg The voters of Illinois will have to tains, to the moot like Davison to populous city, and, truly, it is time 50 cattle averrg ng 1)50 pounds at 3c and Siyinf.s. So say we anil so sayp every decide as among 13 electoral tickets on most Men are 11 a little lighter at 2J . to exclaim. Give us a rest in thren car K Lackey amd other democrat who is worthy of the their official bsltotp. much speaking, loadsMr. S. Harrison started Tues not to he heard for their of 1.300 pound ca'th in Cmi'innoti nam o Though representing everything especially some who are in tho field at 1c. for mot of them. Woods A. Lynn antagonistic to democracy, we learn that day on bis speech making tour in India- and Roberta, democrat. left pome unsdd and sold the rest at 24 na, making 11 speeches during the day, now. Hons. Walter D.uieon ia claiming that 2,000 democrats no and L C. Honk, republican, both from to 3A Boston mn has agreed that if will vote for him. A few who have F. P. Biahnp bought of various pur-tidebate here a ia electe he will ataud on his Knoxville, Tenn , had joint 18 butcher cattle at 2 to 2jc He heretofore worn the livery of the demoHbout ."CO nought oft M Tueeday, to an audience of are a milk cow and cratic party the better to cerve the re- head in tho middle of a street in that on and eold to J. C. Johnson 75 The honors, if any, were even. In fact calf for publican devil, may vote for him, hut to city. dog fall. Neither party w as sat fat ewB at Jc. Gossip slates Postmaster Wilson for it was a Bay that any considerable number iff A deep i ed on laet any reason to exult. It day. Lost in fnce, whiteheifer behind court left snot for themselves or love the vacancy created by the death of Chief isfied, or had HaTTry us and be Convinced What Cash Will Do. men with reaped stir affair. This reminds your Htiouldr, large white mar on left Mile a for the puty with which they have here- JtiBtice Richardson, of the court of was tame correspondent of an expression ome helow flank, white tall half way above tofore affiliate 1, will do bo, 1b to charge claims. Wm. H.O'Dear, Stanford free silver men used by Judge M. C. Sanity, when he, the bush. & Whitley bought 41 Pulaski All this talk about them with a dup ictty and degradation - Farriu said: "I don't know appropriately cuttle, 1,000 pounds, at 3 and sold six past belief. Far ab)ve him as thi stars showing indignities to Carlisle is rot very tlUj every esnential manufactured by the boltocrats to create which is the greater fool a man who wo'k mnlfB, half of them mares, st 75. are above the earth, in ,: a speech, or a man who listens lo Androw Whitlevsrld to.Iudg Prewitt makes for the high office, Btaudj the democrat- B mpathy. hoga one." From the frequent speeches and 110 Bheep for S100, and 25 A tax receipt must be shown before ic standard bearer, John B. Thompson. i bought 21 calvee large crowds, it appears that there al 12 80. Whitley $10. Advrca'.e. from True democrats do not need to be urged voting in Tennessee and it is said that tho a Lincoln man at Hon. A. T. Chenault offere Millr Mark Hanna haa sent thousands of dol- are many fools. to vote for him. Davi'on fG5par acre for a farm recently f! lars to that 8tate to pay the taxeB of Ne: bonght by Mr. Davison for wbich he LIBER Y, CASE Y CO UNT Y. A theatrical agent is getting some groes and others. gave 152 per acre, provliled uryan and a :! Will be made for the asking on free advertising by claiming that Bryan Kentucky voters will have only four . Hon. George E. Stono in attending Congrers favorable to his views were applied to him for a position some time tickets to choose from. They are the re- the RuBsell circuit court at JameBtown. elected and that he wiuld obligate pay. :: last winter and the boltocrat and repub- publican, nnder the log cabin device, the Willis Chelf returned from Harrodsburg merit in gold. Richmond Climax. lican papers are making a great ado democratic, under the rooster, the pro- Monday. about it. Of course it is a lie, which hibition, under the pluaaix and the IB Judge Holt spoke here Monday and jj was hardly worth Mr. Bryau'a time to sonnd money, under a picture of Jefferof course he held aa no one opposed bim, : !!.!. Bay. The next president laughed heart- son. if. the fort. Wo understand he did not de,, ily when shown the story and said tho m. vote any great amount of his oration to ..: only time he had ever been on the stag? MORE NEWS NOTES. the paramount issue, but switched off on ii HI or even wanted to go, was as manager of ipsuee. The lynching of a Negro in .Vise tho taritl and other a society circus at Washington for a char- iesippi John D White baa wired that he bs caused a race war. itable purpoee. When a party has to through a bridge in will speak hero Saturday. Ho is going A train crashed resort to Buch charges to make capital to rnn this race to the finish in spito of Iowa and three men were killed. against the democratic candidate, it tho combined forces of the Btatesmtn-Bhi- p A murderer at Wise shows a deaperution and a lack of mater- Va., eecaped from jail in broad daylight of the politician from Yellow Creek, ial that is Bad for them to contemplate. A yonng man atSomerville, N. Y., the money power of the Middlesboro Has the Hest Goods and monopolist and committed Bradley It is said that Gov.Legislature has fully killed hiB father in Bdrnnm'aebow snicide. izd politicaland the thoroughly organ machine of the district. fell SO An acrobat in extra decided to call the Earl, the bright little four year-olfeet at Chicago and was probably fatally etsaion immediately after the election hoy of Mr. G. A. Prewitt, took hiB dethat it may take action to protect tne hurt. Examine his stock of sniparture for the fields of immortal light Joseph E. Gilbert committed credit of the State. There will be nothill4 Absolutely ing in the way of electing a U. S. Senator cide near Hopkinsville by cutting his Tuesday morning at o'clock. His ness, of membranous croup, was of Bhort A cream of tartar baking powat the Bame time, if either party can com- throat. Henry Tibbe, who made a fortune duration. The bereaved family have der. Highest of all in leavening mand votes sufficient, as the Kentucky sympathy of the entire community constitution is similar to West Virginia's, manufacturing corn cob pipes, died at the strength. Latest United States Govand also the solacing consolation their which the National Senate declared per- Washington, Mo. ernment Report. Two men were killed and three in- terrestrial loss ia only the transplanting mitted the election of a Senator at a called into tbo garden of of an immortal bud Bession, though not called for that pur- jured by the falling of the roof at the New York. eternal blissfulnees. Uafversity of Virginia, pose. BRYAN AND SEWALL JUDGE Marlon Ktnuaird.of Wise county, Va , w ont home drunk and killed bis wife and old son. C. O. Yates, one of Adair county's respected citizens, had one of hia legs broken in two places by a saw log. Hamlin J. Andrus, president of the Arlington Chemical Company, was killed by the explosion of a bomb in his ollice. W. T. Rambush, the fugitive default ing banker of Juneau, Wis., committed suicide by shooting at Frodoricksburg, Va. Twelve persons were lost by tho a boat whicn was landing the passenci'fsand crew of a wrecked steamer at Goaa Head, Ore. Because a workman refused to apol ogize for h f ncied insult Lieut. Morned von Brueswi'z, of the German army, ran him through with a sword. J. L. WinBton, the Louisvi le marVB- ruau, defeated Fred Hoey, of Hollywood, N J., at New York by bringing down 85 birdaoutofapwaible 100 while Hoey killed but 75. 14-ye- ar cap-s'zing- Charles L. Bowman, after seven weeks' lingering aud battling with typhoid fever, diod on tho 18th. Charles was a noble, generous, big hearted young man. Hohadjuet reached tho age of 22 and was strictly moral, a perfect gentleman in every eonae of tho term, and left a host of friends to sympathize with the sorrow stricken family. Tho meeting here under tho Charles E. Powell, of the Broadway Christian church, Louisville, ia still in prnureeu. Tho church Is filled at each mnutiiig n I much interest manifested, l'tie meet in.: hns been in prog-re- ! 8 dnya and very aucceseful so fur, there having been 30 additions by baptism, 1 by commendation and 1 restored. auspi-csofRe- pnunAwnnvQWuniUfiiTW AT THE v. Louisville Store. Why? Hecausc we Huy for the Cash. f t w cliuRcirc nixies. There will bu no preHcbiug at the Presbyterian church Sunday. will preach at Elder B. J. Pinkt-rtoTurm rsvillo Sunday morning next. Eld. W. L. Williams was unavoidably prevented from filling his appointment there last Sunday, hut will make up for u Why? Hecausc we Sell for the Cash. Why? Why? Why? ' PRIOR t, JOHN Why? Why? y. Why? 1150,-000,0- 00 m Why? w-e- n Why? t, : Lo-n- a THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. 1 1 1 1 four-year-o- ld step-daugh- ter eaii-fie- Hiqgins McKinney AND i hoart-broke- n e, ! I President Groceries. .' Hardware, Stoves, &e. Mc-Minl- ey es 1 Attractive Prices en Queensware. i ;-- 5, 1 B 20f-piu- I SPECIAL PRICES 1 1 1 FOR 30 DAYSM Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, Screenings and Shipstuff. J. H. BAUGHMAN & QO. r UflJi Court-hous- e, W. W. WITHERS d POWDER Purer Makes Prices to Suit the Hard Times. royal baking;powder:oo. Carpets, Furniture, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods. ' y ' T m Fresh canned aaparapnaat HigginB& AIcKfnney'a. A Tlr. gg DANVILLE, KY. Our Dress Goods business lias never been quite as goods as it lias this Fall. We bought at first what we thought would be enough for the season. These were virtually all sold in four weeks. Now we arc showing a completely renewed line. In colored novelties at 50c, 75c, 90c, $1 to $1.50 per yard we will show you nearly 75 new varieties, and in prices will beat any city houses. We have an immense line of black goods. All the staple weaves and quantities of new ones that you wont sec elsewhere. These we imported direct and will save you money on any quality of goods from 25c to $2.50 per yard. Stanford, Kv., E. C. - Oct. 23, 1896 Nkw Fall goods at Mrs. Kate this week. SriCEs, ready Craig & Hocker. CONFIDENTIAL LETTER. Suoior - s C.TT.J t n ; Dudder-ar'- a Walton, Business Manager. mixed for catsup, etc. Zio.s'h si r S.ct..3(3, fa,., Oot. 23, 1895. "fa. accurate service is guaranteed. lenuy'e drug store where prompt and ov should tako yonr preecriptiona to Coal Vases, Shovels and Coal Buckets uou, at Warren & Shanks'. i- -, Buy your window glasa from Craig Hocker and get thB lowest cash price. & DRESS ACCESSORIES. Every thing in the way of Linings and Findings and all the popular trimmings. Full line of plain, changeable Taffetas at 75c; same quality that sells at $1 every where. Mack and Colored Jets, Hraids, Garnitures, Velvets and Huttons. Wc can fit you out ready for the dressmaker. LHDIES' HND CHILDREN'S relatives in Madison. MihhJka.i Jmiklhy, of Arcadia, ia friends in Lexington. Mil. V. A.Thiiuilk went to Booueville Tueady to take depositions. Mu B. K. Wbarkn spent eeveraldaya working the mountain towns. Mn 1$. M. Helm, of New York City' ainof Mra. F. M. Helm, ia visiting her. Miss Giuck Ghinstead, who has been in Bourbon, returned homo Wednesday. Mhs. Si'it Holmes, of the last End, was down this week, the guest of friends. Mrs. Joseph Hakims and children returned to their home at Corbin yesterday. Mb. A. D. Undkrwood has moved his family from Jellico to Rowland, their old home. Mn 13. F. Jonkb, Sit., of North Middle, town, waa hens on a visit to his old frienda. Misa Pkabl Burnsid went homo with Miss Jennie Iiumslde yesterday and in now her guest. Mn. Matt Woodson and children, of Midd'i.ooro, came down Wednetday to visit her parents. Mn. Wm. Shelly Smith, of Cleveland, n., hia uncle, Jarnea T. Hack ley, ou Hanging Fork. Mrs. W. H. Shanks accompanied her sister, Mies Mamie Baldwin, to her home in Madison Tuesday. Mus. Wm. Lrk and Mies Bettie Evans, or Jefferaonville, Ind , were guests of Mra. George P. Bright. vis-itin- PlillSONAL POINTS. Don't fail to see our new hats and Mus. John J. MuRoiittirra la visiting bonneta beforo you buy. Mrs. Kate Dud-der- ... V.cvc zo i can, I in will TCCd Cn. 0 vcreoat thv.o you. Cvtoui o:mc J "C ?V.CO jJ-.in-r -- ccr i 3 undcrcic.Tc5 and 3 vvrUe f Vrvlc -TT.OC-. iT -j- tier. Jmpsricd JlcUsr.c, bKsvlaia cftcctc and ihcu arc the ali- f.nrvr i.n of iKcoc qc.rm.cnis. Ar-r liruc ar. 1C.CC . Li- - -s J New Chtddar Crieeoe, Crackerp, Pickles and Catsups jiiBt received at Warren A length ecu 11 uou, Shanks. Wb are leaders 111 the sale of spectacles and truwes. All work guaranteed. . . vc collar ..-n.t.- Craig & Hocker. A dispatch from Washington says that the poet'GiHce at Hubble, this county, will be discontinued aftr Oct. 31, o;;cc, cj VMc scree ac ohcvloi Gooclc. oamc lirvLnca 7 -r j d i . car-- naKC you. ;or only o.-U- . r vvutK vv-itn, p.p.... g, pcr;cct jiira Jlv vv'Kior-- . 3 3r 3TcU-r- . l-iV, 3 lon,g osatwUK -- -1 e--". 1 can. i;r.TT. c. cilk -- v.!.. c-- -5 cpo"kc Leave order at Severance & Son's if you want your trunk or package takeu to the depot or any part of town. It. T. Mattingly. Tins issue of the Interior Journal ia not only double in eize but double in number of papers, several thousand extra copiea being sent out. Gkinchuia. Si j3occ not pooocco iko 3'J.raTsU'ltu o; zc laUcr tui can ccriainl-- "boact of mucn. crcat- cr oupcr.or.tu in appearance. hcee arc ;rvT ICO vc- -j mu,o"k Ulcc iKc otksrc atovc an J 3 a i ?V ? M ",??n Fin ..a-ji- . 'i-"- ai wrvwn wr.cn you rvavc cccn "UOU. y 1 -i atovc, io a coojo r.c ,otr.can. corr.clV'.-.T-.- o vv.U Other goods of course I have but mention only these because I think this is about what you will want. The price of my Overcoats runs front $2 to $15, which will give you a variety to select from. Hoping that you will call in and inspect my line before purchasing Owino to tho fact that he desires to and that you ivill bear in mind the quality, style and fit of my garr apeak at Lancaster Monday afternoon, Very Truly, county court day, Mr. Helm Bruce baa ments. SHANKS. changed hia appointment here to day night next at 7 r. m. Mon- recognise ac very Jlow. Ouit Danville advertisers show our local patrons a thing or two in advertising, besides demonstrating their confidence in the Inteiuoh Journal aa a medium far reaching the buying public. Ben Hardin, the St. Aiaph Hotel clerk, says that he asked the 12 drummers who wore at bis house Wednesday how they stood on the money question and all but two were for free 10 12. Bccauso "Wo Do Not out ok Eliikk Stu'hk.n CoLLIBIt, of IfockCHB- - The weather will soon be here and wc arc anxious to show you the largest and best line of Cloaks in this section. All styles and qualities in Capes from 5125 to Si 2.50. Plush Capes from $5 to Si 8. La dies Jackets, $. to $20. Misses' Jackets S3. 50 to S12.50. Child's J? Reefers to 7150. Double Texture Macintoshes, made in latest shapes, with double capes, at $6, 89, Si 2 and Si 6. Wc have big lines of Collarettes and Feather lioas. 1 tie, and family of eight or 10, were on yesterday's train en route to Texas to locate. Mus W. 0. Shanks and Misses Anne and Fannie Shanks attended the wedding at Danville yesterday. Mr. M.IS. Baucihman and family went down to Mr I. M. Dunn's yesterday to attend the burial of their little daughter, Ellie. A (inks and Gertrude Pknny-iiukk- ii, and Meeere. James Hoy and W, W. Walter, of Kingaville, attended the circuslWednesday. Mus. Dk IMoohb, of Bourbon, and Mrs. W. W. Goltraand son, of Crawfordeville, Ind , motherland sister of Mra. George C. Givenn, aro her guests. Mr. John W. Bastin, wife, Mrs. Dr. Jackson Givens and Mies Jeeaie McNeal al of PittBburg, were on yesterday's train returning from Louisville. Mies Minkhva Park Phelps has returned from the Bummer'a stay in the East and Dreaming Creek Heights ia itself again. Hichmond Climax. Mi.h. J. H. Mount and Mies Hello McDowell, of LaGrange, and Mrs. Albert Cowherd, of Louisville, Hre guesta of M. McHoberts and other relative' Mrs. W. B. .Mob, of Garrard, took the train here yesterday for Middlesboio to attend the bnrinl of her brother, Mr. R. T. Colson, brother of the Congresoman, who died there of heart dinenpe. He lud formerly lived in Oregon hut rctuinidto this State last Summer. Dk. Hawkins Brown and cashier J. W. Hockrr, of Hustonville, are getting to enjoy Mich things, but they came all the way hero to attend tho cirrus Uncle Lewis Rossell, also of the West End, wuroii iiand. Mr-Joh- n eh-he- m silver. Hustonville will vote for trustees with only one set of names on the ballot. The divice is ahoreo shoe and the ticket ie kaown as the Citizens: John W. Reid, L. 0. Carpenter, J. P. Goode, I. F. Steele and W. R. Williams. There never was amoroorderly crowd in town than aUended the circus. Only two arrests were made during the day select some few articles and tell how low we sell them, don't think th?t our goods are high priced. Our competitors know that, quality considered, we sell goods 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 Penny's Drug Store. largest stock. s00s0gS00s0 fajatefra&6fs)S)G one-year-o- ld g Misses Shoe Special. Wc put on sale this week 200 pairs Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes at Si per pair. These were sold atJSi.75, S2 and up to S2.75, bjt the toes arc not new style so ve offer choice for Si. Wc carry the finest line of Ladies' Shoes in this section. Try us once. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. Don't fail to get sonic of our 25c Vests and I'ants. They were made to sell at 50c but on account of slight imperfections wc can sell them at half price. Genuine "Onieta" Union Suits at 75c All praties of Ladies' Union Suits and pants and vests, all at close Cash Prices. IGto 1. Misa Annie Penee, the pretty l().year-ol- d daughter of Mr. A. M. and those not at the circus, both Negroes, Pence, had a picturaof herself when George Craig, who waa fined $5 forshoot- taken on the same cabinet with in? on the street and Jack Shepperd, who her of today and a very pretty illustration waa mulcted $2 GO for plain drunk. of 1G to 1 is furnished. Skebht. A gentleman who heard Boea Trustkks. There are two tickets for Davison 8p?ak at Lancaster says that he looked at his watch 17 times and walked truatees at Rowland. The republican at least two miles during the 15 minutes will be under the Log Cabin and in as he entertained hia audience. Ho must follows: John D. Murphy, P. L. Camhave been afraid that the Hon. John B den, J. F Delaney, Mack Collier, Peter Hampton and W. M.Tapp. T. L. Lafol-lett- e Thompson would appear on the scene. .. ia tbe candidate for police judgr. Badly Hurt. -- ConBtable T. J. Bene- On the Citizen's ticket under a shield dict tells us that Misa Lizzie Rice, a there is no candidate for police judgo. niece of hie who Uvea in the Weat End, The trustees named are J D. Murphy, was thrown from a buggy and besides Isaac Hamilton, Harry Duun, Robert having oue of her limbs broken, was Land, Pryor Camden and William Murotherwise badly hurt. The horfe she phy. There waa another ticket presf nt was driving became frightened at a bicy- el but failed to get on the ballot owing cle and ran own v. to mi insufficient number of pkhiou-er- s Gov McUhkary, in rtsponse to many earnest requests, both by members of tho Bryan club and othere, will speak here next Wednesday night at 7 1. M. The governor ia firm in the belief that Bryan will be elected and will give earn est of the faith that is in him. The ccurt- house will doubtless he packed. There wi'l bo an election for threo councilmeu in November to fid vacancies and there will be two tickets. Under the scale of justice and known aa the people's ticket are W. H HigginB, J. H. Baughman and' John Stone. Under a star is the good government ticket, G. L. Penny, B F. Rout and I. M. Bruce. Co unci lm en. While coming to the circus tbo horses that Mr. James Roy and others, of Kings ville, were driving ran away coming? down the Beazley hill on the HustonvillB pike and Miss Agnes Pennybacker waB. considerably bruised about the face and head. SOMEWHAT LOcTl. ... ACEHTS FOB UTTEBIGK CITY AND VICINITY. Have yon seen Danks' window mm ? ' Letch Kit Owslky, Ksq , made spe ches at MclCinney, Highland, Waynesburg, Kingaville and Hnhhlu this week and created much enthusiasm for Bryan and the cause he represents. At Highland a smart Aleck tried to disconcert him by asking question?, but ho fired back an swers so caustically and rapidly that tho fellow desisted and let Mr. Owsley pro- cjed without further interruption. At Kingaville especially a large crowd greet- elhim and live republicana told him that they wonl vote for Bryan and free silver. Mr. Owsley ia well posted on tho issues and expounds them meat eloquently. 1 postmaster at Strunka, Whitley county. Minnie, the old daughter of Mrs. Hannah Barnett, of Rowland, died Wednesday of brain fever. -- Gov. Bradley baa issued a requisition on the govt ronr of Iowa for Robert McPherson wanted in Pu aski for cutting ith intent to kill. In a fight between Alex Campboll nnd vixek C'mcier, near Richmond, tho Utter vmiu ueiiously injured and Phil Peyton, a bystander, was mortally wounded by a stray bullet. Lawson Goodin, who waa implicated in the murder of Town Marshal James Hubbard, of Barbourville, on the night of December 21, 1S38, and who broke jail a abort time after the murder and ha been in hiding since that time, has surrendered himself. William Beckett, hia companion in the rrirae, waa given 15 years and John Hinkle wrs acquitted, When he went West and was killed. MA Mies Alice Moore, of Richmond, aged 20, was found deid in bed. J. L. Creokmore haB been appointed TMMONIAL MA TTERS. Fine line of new Candies at Warren Shanks'. FIITTEIIS MISCELLANEOUS Down Pillows, 50c to 82. Down Comforts at S3. 50, 84 and 85.00. S4 The Caledonians will present the For the first time for many moona there lowing program at the e court-hous- fol- Sate; is no murder case on the dockat ot the circuit court. This tribunal convenes next Monday with only 19 CommonWatch work, the warranted kind, is wealth oases, most of them for misdedone by Danka, the Jeweler. meanors, 27 ordinary appearances, 33 equity appearances, 10 old ordinary and Fhbbii pickles, sour and sweet, bottled 141 old equity. There are eeven peticatsup, entice, Ac , at Higgina & McKin- tions for divorce. noy'a. Splendid values in wool blankets & at Severance Son. ... Kentucky made, all wool IMankcts, 83.50, and 85 per pair. La- Hall & MacFlinn's circus drew a large Lamps at cost. We are overstocked and go at your own price. Farris crowd and gave general satisfaction. It they will wasn't as extensive aa some that have ex& Hardin. hibited here, but what there was could not be boat in their lines. Tho balloon aaceneion was very successful. It rose rapidly while the man on tho trapeze performed many feats and finally came down very gracefully in a pamchute. in ii dies' all wool Skirt Patterns at 65c. Ladies' all wool Knit Cashmere Tub little daughter boru to Mr. and Mis. H. G. Jones a few days ago died Skirts at 81. Mack Moreens in both Cotton and all Wool for Petti- Wednesday. coats. Outing Cloths, Wrapper Goods and Penangs in great vaMl' W. U. Shanks, tbe enterprising young riety. merchant, has supplied his store with patent stools for his lady customers. ter urday night next: Prayer by Rev. J. opening addreso, Jas. T. Mene-f; music; recitation, Miss Maude solo, Mrs. A. G. Hutlman; declama. tion, Jas. M. Sautly; duet, Miscea Sarah Baughman and Nannie Nenland; recitation, Misa Maggie Noel; quartette, Misa Octavia Sizemore, Mra. J. W. Ilayden and Messrs. Joe F. Waters and O. A. Moore, Misa Mary Cowan, organist; debate, "Reeolved That The Fear of Hell ia a Greater Incentive to Lcid a Virtuous Life Than Tho Hope of Heaven." by J. L. Baazley, S. 0. Haley; denied by E. L. Grubbs, E. 0. Singleton; paper. Free Silver Democrat, by "Hon." E. 0. Gaines. L. R. Hughes, secy. Var-nonAf-firm- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. MMi&:i: immmmmym Tub L. & N. is determined that its men shall go to the sound money parade in If you want a nice Brussels, Moquetle Louisville Saturday if freo special trains carpet made, see W, W. are an inducement. The special on or thia Withers withiu tho next 10 days. diviaion will pass hero about 1 i m that Tarvin. SecroturyT. M. Goodknight day, arriving in Louisville between 5 and informs us that Judge Tarvin, democrat- G. It ia estimated that 15,000 will be in ic Statu olector, will speak here next line, which will be headed by an electric lighted locomotive run on the street car Monday afternoon. tracks. This is the Bryan club meeting night Tiik republicana are claiming thia and you are requested to bo on band by county by 300 or more and are leaving no 7 o'clock. After the businebs is completed Hon. J. N. Saunders and others will atones unturned to carry it. It ia perfectly natural for that party to claim evapeak. erything, but unless the democrats put HI Price, of BirrKN.-Ca- pt. Phil the K, up a strong fight from now until the last 0., baa had to lay off several day a on ac- hour on Nov. 3rd, Lincoln will be kept in count of a spider bito he received on one tbe republican column. Let overy man of hia feet. He suffered untold agonies who claims to be a democrat do hia duty for about 30 boura. and all will be well. ... Let 'Em Try It. Democrats from the McKinney section tell ub tnat the republicans have declared war on tho demo crats and say that they will not permit e one of them to enter the L. Owens, Esq,, haa where J. an appointment to bpeak. They further say it haa come to them straight that the Negroes und others have been given orders to arm themselves and be on hand to obey ordera of their white masters There Burely mint be some mistake about thia or the republicana aro simply blutl. ing. They know very well that Buch an attempt would be suicidal no tbe democrats of that section are determined men who would not brook for an instant even a suspicion of an effort to prevent them from assembling anywhere. Thoy will and death go to the to the scoundrel who says them nay. Ecbool-houst. echool-houaeto-nig- ht committed suicide. Frank Adkina and Miss Mary Wood-a'- l were joined heart and hand Tuesday, at B. M. WoodalPa near town. John "Wileon, a Boone county dude, shot himself when he saw hia sweetheart dancing with her other fellow. Mra. John Adams, of Buffalo, N. Y., is Buing her husband for divorce becaueo be snores so loud she can not Bleep. Judge L. H.Carter, of Lawrence-burg- , and Misa Gertrude King, of Nashville, were married in tbe latter city Wednesday. Mrs. Harriet Blaine Beale, daughter of the late Jamea G. Blaine, has filed suit at Augusta, Me., for divorce Irom Truxton Beale. Jeff J. Belden and MIrbSbIHo Rain. tho pretty daughter of Mr. John Rains, who Uvea on the Someraet pike, drove to Danville Wednesday and were married. Mies Edith Shepard.eecond dauahter of Mrs. Elliott F. Shepard, and of tho lite William II. Vander-btl- t, waa married at Scarborough, Westchester county, to Ernest 0. Fabbey, of Now York. Among the numeroua and costly bridal preaenta was one from the brido'a mother of 51,000,000. Thia office is in receipt of an invitation to the marriage of its pretty and winsome little McKinney correspondent Miaa Margie Moore, who will become Mra. Luther Spellman Tibbals, on the 28th, at the home of Dr. and Mra. G. Moore. May she realize in fullest fruition every joy that happy wedlock can bring. grand-daughte- Crazed by jeaiouav and whisky a man at St. Louis Bhot his wife and then r, - HOBART AND THE Stanford. Ky.. Oct. 23, 1S9G COAL TRUST. LIo W. P. WALTON. an recosoiiine It as dangerous, he took immediate steps to bring about a speedy cure From the advertisement ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the many cood recommendatb rs included theiein, c concluded to nuke a firt trial of tho nedlcme. to say that it was satisfactory It in its n suits is putting it very mildly indeed. and acted like magic and the result as a speedy We hav no hesitancy in recpermanent cure. ommending tM excellent Cough Remedy to any one afflicted ith a cough or cold in any form. The Manner ol Liberty, l.lbrrt)ton, Maryland. The 35 nd 50: sites for s.le by Craig & Hock-c- r, U E'iPP rethe democratic county committee are Stanford at 10 a. m. quested to meet at Saturday next, for the transaction of imCOAL AT $10 A TON. portant business. Komember the hour and ' on band promptly. J. E. Carsor, chairman. The People of the United States ComA ft weeks ago the editor w taken with a sepelled to Annually Submit to be in a most miseravere (.old that caused him to Systematic Robbery. condition. It was undoubtedly a bad case of ble County Committee. -- The members of Is the, Founder and Promoter oi'a Criminal Con-sulrac- y. Druggist! Mountain Glenn. Aik -- Our children vvero suf ferine with croup when we received a bottle of iChambcrlain's Cells1' Remedy. It afforded almost This nttant relief. F. A. 1 hornton. Hocker, celebrated .fc DrufjEists. remedy is for sale by Craig Croup Quickly Ourod. -- only to that A foul breath is one ot the greatest afflictions a man or woman can hao an affliction not come in contact A foul breath is a great dis courager of affection It would probably be more soif people realliod just what bad breath means. Tlad breath U one of the smptoms of constipation. Some of the other symptoms are sour stomach, loss cf appetite, sick and bilious headache, dizziness heartburn and dutres after eating. These things mean Ingestion Ihcy lead to dyspepsia and woise things 1 hey all start with themelve, but 10 thoe with whom they constipation, and constipation is inexcusable, beeaul) , quickly and cause it can be cured-cur- ed permanently by the use of Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant nature just the help that Pellets. They Rive to she needs. 1 hero is no case of biliousness, indigestion, "heartburn" or any of tie rest ol the nightmare breeding brood that these Pellets will not cure. . ... little . . m.. r V.rlH n s.- -t v. ;. Ilia. aeni ai cents in our pensary Medlcsl Association, Buffalo, N. .. and v iot receive ur. Medical Adviser," illustrated. uii es .... Buc-ll- n'a Arnica Salvo The best salve in the world for cuts, bruisess sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. St positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is Iuaranteed to gue perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price as cents per box. For sale by W. M. McRoberts druggist. Superior Plumbing Iia workman of ! i4 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Water Pipes, Porcelain Eath Tubs A specialty. v WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONK. Gilt edge reference In and out ol the State. Ask your Danville friends about my woik. T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House Building, Danulle, Ky. Farmers Bank&Trjast OF STANFORD, KY , IiaoTzfulljIoriinired and ready for business Lc wit- - Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000 -- L,00b SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONA1 BAI.X. OF STANrORD, Now closing up) with the ssmt asseU and und the same management. li provisions of its chatter, depositors arc . fully protected as aie depositors in Nation, banks, its shareholders te.ng held individually stoes luoie to the extent of the amount of their to tU thereiu at the par value tliertol, in addition shares. It may acta amount invested In such executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, us lull at an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to u while mnaging the Lincoln National liankol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks an.. trust they will continue to transact their businsit with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atttt,. u tion to same, our twenty years' expenoncecoa banking and as liberal accommodations as are banking. intent with sound OIKKCTOHS: J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shankstanfotd; J. 5. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. 0sley, Stanlord; J. F Cam, Stanford; Will am Goochbtanlord; A. V.,Carpenter, MUIedgovilU, 'they ate not yet in a majority. When you go to your coal ofllce and order your coal; when you go down 'into your pocket und paj two price, for one of the absolute necessities ol life, console yourself with the thought that a good shaie of your V.'l!.'Cumuuni,,Preiichors e money will be added to Mr. Hobart's y,;il,,biicits, President, bank account, and that Mr. Hobart if Dr. J.B Owsley.JCashier, W M. Bright. Teller. a candidate for the second highest of lice in the gift of the American people And then go home and sit down and FIRST NATIONAL BANk think. most vieioun goldbug paper in The Chicago is the Kvening Post. In mo OF STANFORD, KY. ment of thoughtlessness it printed the truth about trust. Here an Capital Stock- - SIOO.OOO some extractsthe coalthe livening Pol from 1 11 a small body of men In New York whoso will Is law far as the price of hatd eonl is concerned. These men control every coal producing and coal carrving concern In the state of Pennsylvania. At their bidding the output ltobnrt, t!ir lVrMMint ltrprt- - of every anthracite coal mine in the Citirrott A. country may be reduced cnl.ttlvt mid I'ulil Lolibyltt of I. l'ler- and every coal miner put on half jinj. pout JIorKim Hint imlil Vou Llku Sucl1.11 Man in l'rrsltleiit? Whether the public hull pay the or ten dollars a ton for its coal depends absoYou are going to pay ten tlollnrs a ton lutely on the whim of these coa! kings. Jo bring legal proceedings against this for your winter's supnly of coal. This m11 be a part of your contribu- ring would be as futile as tiding to stop tion to tho republican campaign cor- the ocean by injunction." A vote for McKlnley and Hobart is ruption fuud. Garret A. JTobart, the republican a ote for coal at ten dollars a ton. nominee for vice president, is the Tiie republican national committee founder, promoter and one of the chkl has thus far expended $4.s0O,iXH) in the beneficiaries of the anthraeito coal trust, tho most criminal and heartless campaign. They have a reserve fund of conspiracy against the American peo- of $3,000,000, and in en.se on emergency New York, ple that was ever carried into meici-les- s are authorized to drawPhiladelphia and Chicago capitalists execution. for $10,000,000 more. If money can buy This is not a campaign lie. It is an tin election, Mr. McICinley will win. absolute fact, and is a part of the his Against these enormous amounts the tory of the infamous Heading combine silver forces have iiiised by opulur with its coloss-a- conspiracy, bucked by subscription less than $100,000, all of $600,000,000 of capital. which lias been used in the printing and Mr. Hobart sa b there is no coal trust. distribution of literature. about it? Who do What do you think you suppose raises the price of coal If the ministers aie.golui to take the just in proportion as the season stump, perhaps we'll have to assign in proportion as the cold grows the politicians to till the pulpits. more inteiibe and the sufferings of the Bismarck's opinion oui-h- t to be quite, poor increase? Bo you supjwM; the rifeo Is occasioned by the law of supply and as good as Carl Schurr's. demand? Do you suppose hard coal is or GOLD THE CHEAPER PRODUCT. v orth ten, or nine, or eight, or hix dollars a ton? s .Much I.rns to Mine It TIihii :t It And are you thinking of oting for no Mlwr. Doe to a ticket with Garret A. Hobart on it One of the statements of Garret A. Hobart, the paid attorney republican new sputters and orators and and legal representative of J. Pierpont of their sillies, the gold democrats, is Morgan; Garret A. Hobart, the re- that the abundance of silver ore and the tained lobbyist of the New York rail-ro- cheapness witli which the metal can be wreckers; Garret A Hobart, wlm produced are the causes why people of has promoted and engineered moo tin and other countries will not, and trusts and invented more- legal tricks should not sanction its as s with which to defeat justice and n redemption u.oney, at the ratio of sixthe people than any man in the teen to one, or even tho Trench ratio of I'nited States. fifteen ond on half to 01 e. If this The man who votes for Hobart for be accepted the ttt't'i is it isjfold any ofllce in the gift of the American which should be deinoiKti d, for its people deserves to Ik.' robbed by trusts production during the jwst .V i s has and compelled to spend the renmindei been i datively much larger, in "''! of his days in abject slavery and povvalue, titan that of silver, and th eii-- t erty. 'i v. of its production its now much The man who declaims against trusts day, for instance, toget out cf t' mr.b three years and nine months and then the siher I:i u dollar cost tho (olouulo i spends three months jelling and work-in- ? miner 35 cents, while the South African for the biggest trust robber in the gold in a dollar costs but 35 cents to raited States and winds up by voting mii.e. Thec figures the to make him the presiding oillcer of men never icveiil, though practically acthe United States senate should take quainted witli tliem, for this eainittgn out an insurance policy against the fool is made on falsehoods vvhUth t he-- , hope killer. the people will not find out. ltntlon Imagine the people of the L'nitod the cost of the production of both metal' States engaged in a stiuggle against the just market price of tho j el the trusts, with J. Pierpont Morgan's as compared with the white is man, Hobart, the presiding oflicer of onlv a little more tlMin 03V. cents, and the United States senate! Any voter so their present bullion prices should who will indorse such a calamity will be exactly reversed. According to the eheerfully vote if he is given a chance ft rictly in tor preted logic of the Shy locks to disfranchise himself. gold is thechiopand debased metal and Suppose in the possible course of silver should be the standard and interevents that McICinley should die while national coin, being the dearest one. In in oflice? We would then hnvc Mr. this connection the following stntiic. Garrett A. Hobart, founder and heavv ore instructive: Mockholder in the coal trust (ton dolTlin Production of Cold niul Mltrr. lars a ton), as president of the United lty j)t rIods..from 17.'? to ISM. is nothing in rroductlon of gold from 1TJ to States of America. There tS4S.lMJ,0W) 1SS0 the burlesque or comic opera more gro- Production of silver from 17M to Ik&O 1, 050.117.000 we are told tesque than this, and yet that seveial millions of American nxco8 of production of silver JslS.Ml.OM over fold workmen who ue eonl, and wliourenn-nuall- .. Production of sold from 1VM swindled out of millions of (Void of California and Austf.7;t.825.N tralia) to ls7? by Mr. Hobart and his fellow con spirators, now .er ously propose to Production of stiver front lc5 to l.loO PSS.oro 1S73 urn over to Mr. Hobart the absolute of production of pold governmental control of the country Excess sliver over n.STt.SM.OW ihcy will not do it. There ar Production of aold from 1S71 to Inclusive IS:. many fools in the United States, but Production of silver from U7J to!2..Sr7.0W . one-half "Despite the trust's facility for slipping through the meshes of the civil ami criminal law, another eirort will shortly e made to cripple its powers for evil, at least so fnr as the state of Illinois anil the city of Chlengo are concerned. The trust is composed f of the Illegal combine the combine itself flies to the law for protection. Through the jugglery of n bankruptcy court the trust unnnges to shed its skin, emerging from tho hand.s of a law appointed receiver more vigorous and more ielous. snake-fashioned, -- Should" rt happen tnnt. process of law threatens to bring about u disruption INCREASED VVAGTES. OITrri'U to WorkliiKincn If llryan It l.locti-i- l to tho l'ronldcnrj. Tho supporters of McKlnley and the I'M gold standard arc doing their utmost m this campaign to make the m believe that llryan's election E would be followed by cloml factories, idle mills and starving families. Hut all employers have not been frightened into this belief. The Central City stove works, of Xevvark, O., takes precisely the opposite view and has posted the follow intr notice at its factory: work-inginen i!lA.' i.V i!M .'ik."j9nt."iV:'jsak,''yrJLrv VV..V SaMMpXWMMVHlMMM WV . : THE WEEKLY :'issis s The Weekly Kdition of The Cincinnati Commet cial-Tribu- '"? Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. .il.. To Hmployos NotlcelnhrrcliyKlvin of William J that In casepresident of tlioUrians Cnltul elation as on November 3. l"t, tlilm States vvlll Inmu'illHtilv thereufttr Blve the emplojes In tvrry depart of tea per coat In ment mi advance tl.olr x HKtM l W. Ct'NNINGHAM. President , oin-im- MMddflttH-i- i jU fM ri 'A .x. UNLY K ri DO YEAR. I Com-nc- LKN KS A - l s; Mr. Cunningham, president and mana'ainUy ager of the company, savs he and near-i m TheVVfiVl ('..titti-ntr i.l t, t 'Resiltl conUiri r I" ly all his employes have been lifetlan news ef thr VVniUI In the M.tsi ( nm, riehJC,th Ihoiol " I ll" l rn-elong republicans, but they are all for ing, in lh llwit siie nil Henry Mstter Ihtt rl cn pr lnJ (1 t'.Jlt ran buv Flic rel.lv riim..i cv.iv ri.rUv ibiiiiiing llr.v an and free silver now. Mr. Cunnd trailed to any put cl the I nm.i or Ctrudv st Kl r ONIs IKK ningham aid the above notice hnd been KAK. 'rA posted because the company fully believed that under free coinage Increased t a IAI. 1HIU NKIt unnvlet business would justify increased wages. et.spr, slid TTae DAll C'tMMl-RIt incrrins it Rr wn c pop tnr mgho t "t ' i list State It alleiinl President Iiinninghnm, who is a Nl lrt Itiue DaiW snJ inlay It ry I ttliiintur it cons tctei! all atfrul Atl practical m der, then went on to show iliest, how molder ' wages prior tolS73wcrc THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO., 50 per ceiu. higher than they were ; how, after silver was demonetized, CINCINNATI. OHIO. Sond for Terms. there was n gradual decline until the act in passage of the : FS&ZffiZVZtmZZ 1S7S, which revived tho wet, increased demand for molders' products nml resulted In increased wages. Business depression sK years later caused another decline. In his opinion nothing will restore permnnent pros- THE 9RCAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL OF.THE SOUTH. perity but the restoration of silver. In Husju:: or cmsu.m HOLDING fINC rOSIIlOKS. concluding Mr. Cunningham remarked: C0VtN0t0 BY IHt UAOIKC BUSINtSS "EN Of "Do you know of any factories offerIMt COtWRf. Mrwrow ccwse wANTtp. f .ijj.iril i ing increased wages If McKinlcy is elected? I don't" T, OverfiiicSItinelrccI Voars a VV 55' Favorite VJ - -- y Sample Copies jETree. f ila-lt- st. I to-d- aj Jthtnd-Alliso- n c::i:.'. - $rfrwtffst ffJztfiJffrff - rrrr(jfJtrtJ fJrrffm' f Co-t- .11 I j GEN. ULYSSES S. GRANT. Would Support Itrjau it ml l'rnMlnr If ll Were Allte he "If my father could vote would vote for P.rvan for prenltlent of the United States." The alntve wottls ate from the lips of Jesse Grant, favorite son of Gen. I . S. Grant The sou has left the rehis father bepublican ptnty just fore him left tJie democratic tmrtj when it made a comproniUc with the fJave jsower In hi farewell to the To-Dito-da- y Walton's Opera House, JaZTCLTON BROS., MHNrTCERS. - republican party Jumsc Grant writes- - free-coinag- e, op-prc- -- r?n-soili- v -- i "I believe honestly In the great advan-tun- c to this otintry of the frw coIhhk of ullvpr It docn not mean repudiation of cur debts at home or trotl Tri"e debts vvlll have to be paid In product, and that wilt rulite the value of them Ml I, I lottee. iH'iK'flt all rlamsMs. If we can douKe i! o price of a llvr rupc ve have doubled the irl e f the wheat that ( oniea Into competition ulth our wheal, and therefore doulde our vtheHt ac t lis any-thin c 11 iT V m i ll I II II ssasiin li Tmi 4?s HI u V m J I I MUili I Til rV'Mttt 9h ! ' li-- s. &frjr "'&&. 7. v?f. tl -- " I, - asHlfw.lIl StjsmeSv' i ils, gold-stnnda- ELECTRIC First-Cla- ss OKN. LIGHTED. Solicited. .1 SEATS 500. Companies low-met- v a. GRANT Latin-America- dol-i.i- rs -- 1 Surplus 23,700 Attention of the public is invited to tho fa. that this is tho only National Hank in StanforJ Under the nrovisions of the National Bank Ac- dcpiMtoi arc secured not only by tlio cajm- -i I stock, but by the stockholders1 liability for ?( j amount equal to tnc siock, so tnai aupoiiwrs u this Institution are secured by a fuud of $403,000 Five torn statements ol tho condition of the haul are made each yearto the Uuited States govtra meut and its assets are examined at stated titaei by government agents, thus securing aidititoa amlpeifect safety to depositors. This institution. oriKinnl'y establisned as tht Deposit Bank of Stanford In iCj3, theu ued as the National Bank ol Stanford in 1S63 anC the First National Bank ol sgaia Stanlord in 1SS2, has had practically mi uciuter rupted iaistencoof 33 years. It is bitter supl )c aow with tcciltties for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long aa honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fid" danoi, Crms and individuals respectfully o..c rc-o.- -j The Directory ol this Pa'.k s romposeiJ 3t Forestur Ileid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. 11. Colhoi, Lincoin; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. H. Baughinan,' Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, Mc.tinnty M.J. Miller, Mt. VernOD.K) J. 8. lUcktx, President; do. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKiuticr, Aist.Castici ! .J01.4I3.fA) Inclusive KxrPB of production of sliver over fold J.fa.lM Total prrdtirtlon of gold from ISM to IP. lncluHive . .. 4.7S5.7500n Total production of stiver from 1S50 to 1892. Inclusive 2.414,11, OX) hard-earne- d Excess of product'on of fold ov er silver irom i'sw to isw, in- . Jl.37I.I7S.ono elusive Total production of geld from 172 to 12, lnclusl-- e . I5.6a.S08.0O Total production of silver from use to 1813. inclusive ci9i,,oyi Excess of production of fold over silver for Id years, from 17&2tol2 IIM.5t7.eno An analysis of tries f!et" 11 shows that froml'tJtolSfMhe production of silver nil about double, that of fold (for a part of this period, or prior to the Incrense In the production of koM from Ttucsla, the proof October 5: duction of silver Was more than three times that of "Hard coal nay be eight or nine dolfold), yet with rolna-ifree, lars a ton before the winter is over the ratio of silver to nold did not ihRnsre on the of er And should the anthracite coal trust 197 tolKTS, th prohand, ieally decide that it needs the monev, ductionfrom Kold exceeded that of 11.574.800,80" of silver by then will the dear public be obliged K And still there was no cbanpe pn, ten dollars a ton for its vv inter 1 up! In tlio ratio, as all of ttoth metal was absorbed in coin-hu- p "JJeyond this figure It is hardly posor used In th arts. sible that even the despotic coal trust Afaln. the production of silver has s'lsrhtly excelled thnt of will date to experiment with public pafold from 1673 to iv'4. the ex. tience, nt Ient not for a year or so; J36(.6S.(M0 eesa. however, be.-ia- - but tl-.Put with IIver th monetized, r is to nay, until the public buck In the ritlo has itwie chanfe has become sutllcientlv, bent to the bur on till It has reached alKtut thirty to one den to wnrr.tnt the risk of a dollar v. petake or two more added without including If. nitaln. e1QV) to the entireproriod from 1SS. the duction of void has exceeded the juoverbial 'last straw.' IJut, for 1.371.S7S.OM that of silver by t' present the public must perforce Showing exclusively that it is not c.ince to the tune that the coal trtut the cv.eess of silver production that !ws w .hen to hear and must jkij tlio pipei caused a fall in silver, but the eclu-slono- f iM the bargain. 1S&2. l debt payinK capacity The ame argument n hold Kood of the silver peso of the countries, and the price of our meats and live stock It holds Kood. too. In the sllvir ruble and the price of oil. It holds froJ In many vvuvs too numerous to mention "Instead of forelaners purcbas'nK the produat of our silver mines at the rate of 70 cents per ounce, and with this silver bujlm,-- produce, some of which come In direct competition with our productions, from South America ard the orient, the would have to juy at the rate of 3 per ounce. "As to repudiation, why, we have practically repudiated already. If bankrupt! j means fullure to pay debts. Did you ever think of what an awful debt Amerba Nineteen thousand millions owes y All the jroM of mortgaged Indebtedness and stiver In the world would not pay one-thir- d of this single Item of mortraxo Indebtedness, and under our present arrangement of things the awful disproportion between the ability to produce an 1 the power ot money to accumulate Interest makes the breach ltetween this count! y and olvin- - itrow wider ever var Prlcts no down, money going- up. Int. rest eatlna--. eating all th time How tun it ever bu paid'' The free coinage ot silver I do not believe to be a panacea for c our evils, but I do believe it a step In tie rlpht direction and for the best Inttnkt of the American people " ISlgned J "JK88K CIP.ANT." 1 to-da- THE CIBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, With Steel iJY.im i con-icleied tin ti- - t tur ami M ibblr. turiny t.in er R.ir Weed h WHEAT DRILL3. LAUD ROLLERS, ,m.t pit my prices And the like, .uui j on ,hi ul..i. before you bit). Ikm v aik)ns LowtK Than : i:u. - &. K. WEAREN. THY TharAuKhhrci! Duroc-j.rte- III.Ur-(,KA- t. -- hKi i 1 ) of lor sale, t;uarauU'Pl. Slatet My IlrerJert tint lamoim A spliiiilnl I it m lire I soot a t "rs JCLjCsJ wre st'tit.. ' Irn ' i,l . i. , . v- - vyA1!-JTiJv.a-.D-. ' - r . x "' 131 )! icxl ,ntl rent .1 I uirttiuinlcri t Inn ".ti .l a nan ... e it THE LATE ELECTIONS. State elections were lieltl Inpt vvevlc In duo Kin and Florida. Tlieio vtu. no fusion between the tleinoTatt .tiid any other party In either htate, at I the had the temeritv to !u elniin jrive. an ovtrwh-lnun- if to I10U). deinocrntif victoiy. In certain counties of rioiula. lately devastated liy the storm, very Mule wuis mil lo the elect ion; yet the dcinocrnliu mujorlty in the state will reach almost iZO.fino. out .r a total , ",ote of let. than aO.UK). In Georgia, deapite enil)!natii'iis of every possible Uinil fonneil .vrainur them, the dentoeiau have im their majority of..tiw tv. v ir. ut? to 10,000. In loth . states the ' 'inl.ttun ' Ihovervvhelmlnlv-denioenit'ea'ld ImtU slates will increne their majorities for 1 ' ilk llr Hj.,1 V. TliM li tlio Vest market nnd ours li tlio liest liotio to ship to. Wo mnko liberal advances on cotislKtimcnte. lloslilvs wo liavo tKitter lacllltles than other houses In having many Ihtro factories to supply. Wo get ou tho top prlco nml pay spot cash , not lu trnJc. No traveling agents, bnlp all your wool nud farm produco direct to WOOL, WOOL. R HERNDON-CARTE- 110 Third Stroot, or 013 to 310 Murroll Court. -- OO. LOUISVILLE, KY. the: . Queen &Ore5cent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to I Iarriman, .Chattanooga, Attalla, Hirmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, nnd Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxviiie, iioitipnngs nnd Asheville; and from Clmttanoogo lo Jackson, Vicksburg, Mturoe nnd Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles ami J.yi J KSSan Francisco. Choice. of Routes to. Texas, Mexico nml California, -, . . . or via snrevepon. via New Orleans Short Line from the Illue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. uM LZw. I r T.nvtiirrtmi to Cincinnati. Cafe. Parlor and Observa- - "i'33-'l.- i I;'' tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and X -f- 5vsfe-?v. cuaiianooea. jra.rr- tt.it "j- W. O. Itiucarson, Chaa. W. Zoll, y r-i- II I llryan. i -- "Like all other trnt the coal combine.- declines itwlf not to be a trust It never heard the word trust mentioned, at le.ut so it would appear from the men vv ho do it- - bidding in this city. And as far as Illinois' laws are concerned, the coal trust would have the dear public beliove that its identity is as visiouary as that of the man In the moon. The meie mention of legal will catuw the trust to vanish into thin ajr. lij.e, a .' silver from free coinage, thus the entire demand formonej on gold, that has caused the enormous rlr Jn gohl. and a corresponding fall of silver, ami of prlcts grner-all- WitJi $.1,122,000,000 of morfj,itj;es to pay in ten western utates, it is not surprising thaf iHople out this way do not dollar. yearn for n 200-e- i y. Arkansas evidently believes in the free and unlimited coinage of votes. The Indianapolis convention lias been debcribed as the "linest array of hank ers, rnllrond men and attorneys for cor-- 1 poratlons and trusts ever got together. I ncur 'I hcie w 0 evo chio c d rrh-r- a " able timuttl rrad w. at Mr I. K Grsim,of bj cl, v z M lit, la. r n luta. in the have liten sufferor f r. in tlnoi.U diarrhoea cer Ot mnli sure tn warani have t icvl Ml lit mrd thai clfcclird elm lor 11 At last I louml a eutr and that was Chambeil tin's Co ic, pint Ulfrhera tlfm)t ' TMt tnetnrlh can Le dcrirn.lcHl ui en for o lie, ci.olrta mirbui tljnnter) a. il Mtrhtim. Ills plemant to 'ake ami nec lallntn.il ct a c rr. 35 mil 5accbi tiie. for tale by Craig .V Mocker, Lt-- I 1 (.jr 'I f l.i..'l jtji'. s ' - ,- yl' ts rt8 u Viv. Pats'r Agt., Cincinnaii. 0. a.I'..U Cincinnati, 0. z&G&i-- "- rm 2 WOMAN'S WOULD. EMILY MORRELL WOOD, CALIFORNIA'S OLDEST WOMAN SUFFRAGIST. Ijitrtt In llousn Ic niiitliius lli'imt) lltnlth mill 1'iir WurUliiK ClirN Wimiiin ne n .Miihotit Tho Theater Iltil -- SUIrt Tor I'trnliiK WVtir, Mm. L'mily Mnrroll Wood Is tho oldt in t Jul i fori) in. Slio est woman hope1 to Hut Ioiik eiuuigli to lw nliln to on Ht her first vote. Jiwt at this timo tho women urn coneentrotiuj their efforts on (.'nliforniit, and it in iirobnldu tlmt uimeiwil MilTrisjfe will win in tint Gold-c:'ttA Mrs. Woixl i h withe of New York and in upward of bfi yenr ) old. Sho went, to CaltfoniKi in Palmetto, wit'. IxTlmslmnd in tl.ci of uhieli lit wiih jmrt owner. Tim muted him eo uimdy tlmt he rte. cidul to n.nko California his hotni Mr. Wood 1im lived in Han FntnelM-S1k win whnolinuto of ever uu nil4ib.'tliCndyStnntoii. Her father and Htitli-niHI trk ! KMII.T MOKKKI.L Wiwin. h fatlu-- of Mrs. .swiiitou wto judges mi f'u'wimo ImiiioJi. SntnoyefiMnKiiMrfi. Wtxxl lioriimn ntMictcd with cataract .iiul wan totally hlitid for four year. A r i ' hurK''nl oxration wai performed and In r nlK'ht was restored completely. She i a Kreat render and U very fond of nrdlevoik. Her Into Iiiislxmd wnn a i irtnir of John larmier Urnhitm, tho t.tiniitis New York lxirristor. Sho is ono f the Atuiuko .Iain heirs. Her wan married to Rachel, ' was tlio raiiddauKhter of Annekn vlio Jans. Tho old lurty'H memory of mutters and hur health miitf "d i H'o iast is jh is remarkably hound for ono of hor tftvat-K'randfath- rft, ye.irx. Mrs. Wood nays, The "I hope to live Ioiir Hotwewifo. enough to cast my first vote. )h "Tlio moduli Mylo for winter," nald n jirofewdouiil woman liouso decorntor yesterday, "will ho tho Kilk jxinulud Viulln, at least when elegance is desired and exjx no not tonsiden d Tho available material is a deeprream satin brocade called cliryM)prae. In one room w here chrywipriM covered tho walls tho tlrajHTlen wore made of tlio name, lined with delioato rote pink, hnruiouizuijs' with ono of tho tints in tho utripcd Marie Antoinette tdlk used forrhnirand I linvti many orders for oofii coverinps thin silk huiiKinK- Jt w,' 1k extremely jKpular. extravagantly "Hurhm is to Ik for wall covering. This fulirin in pnlo Kreru niaki a clmniung mUrior. "I know a chitrtniiiK riKiii, ownwl by a yniiiiK woman artist, which hns its walls in lifjlit KronnbnrlMp witli n frioae of 'Hi" kh i n iindir a iojk- - tuoliliiiy. Via hiKh. narrow iiMiiitel has a drapttry f K'riiiush lish not oanitht fmm nn iron i in Tisli net, Iit tho way, It it ict fahrio "i s'lidms. It is about 10 itielMs wide ml vnrth n dollar a yanl in (hmI inml-tThere is al-- o watmii nettinj. very iMilnr to Uhh not, wlnoli comos in hov- r.il att tdimlos Hiid is iNirticularly Tiotivo over plnui cloth of a oontrast-I- means for tho attainniont of that beauty of faco and form which every girl is fo desirous of possessing that it has become a subject of vital interest to us all. I rlmll direct my talk to the girls who havo only minutes to hpond whero tho physical culturists recommend hours. There is no re.ison in tho world that you clionld not bo just as beautiful, just as healthy, as your moro foitunnto Motor who has tho timo and money at hor command. It takes neither physical culture, massage nor llusian baths to bring back tlio rosy huo of cheek that tho confinement of btoro and oftlrc Is fast consuming only a few minutes given daily and tho strict adherence to a few rules. lloalth is beauty, and to havo good html th you must look well to four things diet, daily bathing, oxeroiMJiind sensible dreeing. Hut untiling but plain, nourishing, pithily digested food, With pluiity of frttit, avoiding a loo great abundance of nukes mid pastry. Dit't-wnibly. Light, dainty underwear, Nilk stockings and thin shoe are all wry well for tho drawing room, but you who must face all kinds of weather need win m fhiuiioiri and thick sohnl lioots. lift your olllco drets be of some warm, lightweight material, plainly made, well lifting, but loo-- enough to allow every muscle perfect freedom of motion. No woman can bo graceful who insists upon wearing tight garments. Hatho daily. Cleanliness is next to godlinens, nud on it depend tho health and Ih'huIv of the person. I do not the cold Uith; where one person could stand it ten could not, and the iK'iietit doiiwd is not greater than from witter comfortably wnrmed. A thorough bathing in hot water, in winter onco a week, in summer twice, and the daily pong. Imth taken just b. fv.ro retiring, with wati r cfunfortably warmed, is all that is neeeijary. Kxcrriho inoi Tho setlcntary position you ooeupr uakes it a necox.Mty if you licalthy. If it is iKiblo mid would you do not live too far, walk one way, oither to or from your work. If walking is not practicable, a jmir of two jKinnd dumbbells, nt th small outlay of 80 cents, and jtn.t miring nt night, after tho warm sponge bfitb, iiiiietiiMi light gymnastics. Lower tlif uulnw to admit tho frc-- h air, grasp the rlumtilxdlh m each hand, throw Uio arms outward, downward, upward, meant mm standing perfectly i net and breathing full and deep. Keep this up for 10 or 16 minutes; then note tho quick nrciilat mu of tho blood and the nstrd feeling. That few minutes' oxorci'o is simply invaluable if prao Addio J. Farnir in ticed nightly. n s w 1 fans of l.ico ate added tho mischief is done At ono or two mutinies ncentlyan occasional woman has been noticed wealing a soft felt hat, not unliko tho alpine shapo worn bv uu n. In one ca-this rurioii" hendgenr topppd a diesy toilet. It was dolled, however, as soon as the audience loom was entered, and was en mul to the soat, where its qualities made it easily taken care of In the order instances thorruh hats finished tailor r. ide uitsnnd wcio also promptly removed. It is p iiiiblc this is what will happtn. Halt rs will mannish design tmtrful soft felts, than thoM- now efn nest seen, and a orush theater hat w ill b-- a neepsHity of oaillt. An objection to ovoiy this would bo tl.o me- ssitr to wear it to and from the fitaUr, but even t.i this to ho innovation, after it h:-- l c; such, women would doubtless become reconciled. and Denver have New Urleii-ltgl.tt:l high huts oil worn-en'- s heads. The opening of the theattimitrt:.! m wonler of things rical at tho (junthern city showed an almost hatless audience of women, the half do7.au who still retuinwl them showing by their iiiainie" that tiieir conspicuous-newould not be repeated. A pecial check system won provided for the benefit of the woiiu n, and many hats wero cared for in that way. It is safe to assert that in another season or two hats will have completely disupjx'urod from Now York Times. theatrical nudii o lc THE ARIZONA JQCKEE SAM HASTINGS SECURES AN APOLOGY FROM THE EDITOR. TAKING THE COLD CUKE. I A StrnnKcr That No Critter Can Tool With tlio t'niti'.t Stntr Outcrn-inoWithout Cctllni; Hurt An lMltor Without hand. nt - l:t wo-naii'- s - a-- d sue-cosful- s In tho lust issno of Tho Kicker we hud n local item to tho effect that Sam Hastings, owner of tho Cloudburst saloon, would niako good fodder for tho vigilnnco committee. Tho itoin wrs based on information that ho had killed two men in Wyoming uiitl had been a road agent in Montana. Mr. Hastings culled on us two or three days ago in tho most gentlo nud courteous manner and proved that we wero entirely Ho bit a man's ear oil in Utr.h and licked a Ft ago driver in Nebraska years ago, but that i tho extent of his wickodness. For ten years past ho has been sending money to a Chicago orphan asylum and buying tracts for fno distribution in tlio wast. Mr. Hustings has subscribed for two copies of Tho Kicker, mid his advertisement will also bo found in another department. Wc did him an injustico nnd cheerfully npologizo. mis-take- (I us. ll; Will I.Ke. post- Tuesday afternoon, whilo tho ApSMIk'I fcV pur-cha- In-fo- . I.trt In Housi- - l imitliin. Woiniin n n .Mnluiut. Woman can do her best work in the world by turning her own talents to account to smooth tho path of a man whom hhe can sway and who has all tho possibilities before him So tho woman does h r utmost to usu her brain in o his interest, to attend to all details so as to leave him as free as from potty cares and worries Then tho man can concentntto the wholo of his energy in his work, and tho woman's ambition is vicariouly Hiillifled. She watclnw tho friend, brother nud husband and feels, with a half amused complacency, that but for her attained. his end would never ImvHtK-cAnd this eternal watching and criticism develop in woman a groat jkiwit of knowing what men will do in particuShe bus mimi mi often lar in'iuiisiawv iM'foie that particular eireuinstanrR have particular effects in determining tho actions of tho workers. In tho stress and hurry of the light Hih uinii is not conscious which way the anion is tending. Ho is aborl'od in doing the duty immediately before him Tlio woman looking on coolly nan say to him: "See, this lino of conduct must lead to thl and this consequence. You have only lo tako advantage of it and will lw assured. " It is your siicci woman is esentially therefon hue." a looki r on that sho is so invaluable as "What is new in fancy work?" I an ndiihcr (o man. To inaiiy a gnat nkod. man the advico of an Kgoria, even an "llnvo you poen any of tho Boards-le- Kgoriu of an obviously inferior intelMylo of fancy work? That ih tho lectual caliber to himself, is almost esLitest fad," hho answered. umm! for cushion sential. ".So far it has tx'on Sho can watch and weigh tho motives of whito on black covirs. Cloth of his udvorxarios, she can calculate the appli-queor black on whlto arc odfed and Sorpontino probable elTivt of his own actions and on with a duh of heavy wrought still moro of his words, sho can critioino traceries tiro fjiven in decisions and indicate tho best silk or cotton. Women with plenty of his pintof success in tho future. In fact, chance as a fad tho k'isuro havo taken up is to bo a mahout a of satin or silk covors for to bo a woman driver of elephants. Tho goad with their down qniltn. which sho steers tho animal is in her "A protty ono has tho center of as according this is it wido baud hand, but yet sho knows, every satin. Around mahout to Mr. Hudyurd Kipling of plain bluo of tho namo shado as tho somo day, sooner or later, of tho figure. Then conies a knows, that (round got boyond her conbeast band of tho flgurod and again a baud of tho groat may willon her with a territurn plain, tho wholo finished with n trol and tho ble punishment for tho insult of having four inch mfllo of tho flgurod. tho ultisubjection, "This schemo can bo varied to suit kept him in life, physicalfor strength, is mate forco in individual tastes. On tho plain borders against the woman as it is against tho aro ofton worked running vines. This Spectator. is not as laborious as it sounds becauso mahout. London dono in outline stitch, tho work is I'lintliiK of tho Theuter lint. which can bo dono very quiokly. Ono thing indubitably shown by tho caro for those, fads, howovcr. "I don't In following thorn women givo suoh opening of tho niatinco season is that sameness to homes. Interiors aro so tho leuven of "hats oil" at tho theaters , much aliko becaiiho many peoplo prefer has worked among women very appreto take their idoas from others. Kach ciably. At tho matinees thero are still houso should bo individual and express plenty of women in shirt waists and tho tasto of tho owner. In my work I sailor hats, and during the performance even theo supposa-blaim to mnko each interior oxpressivo of it is noticeable that headgear aro moro unobjectionable who will livo therein. thoso "Special Htments, as they aro called, often held in the lap than left on the built in bookcaes and cozy corners to head. While tho reform movement is workfill certain space", am always uu"cctivo. Thoy add a 'homy' look to a loom and ing it may as well bo understood by no midgive individuality. I delight in adding women that there is practically things as adjustable window seats dle of tho mad sdiemo in this campaign. such made box fashion. Theo, when spaco Almost any lit ad eovi ring is obstructive. must bo economized, ktvo to hold vari- Even a high coiffure, with spreading ous odds and ends. Hig'i backed "ottoe. pull.s and a wide comb, may much the view of thot.0 directly behind which cau bo moved iibovo the fireplace it. It is possible, perhaps, to weur a at pleasure, aro loss common." Philavery flat bonnet, something after tho delphia Times. model ot tho oneo popular Alsatian bow Health and llouuty I'or Working fllrln. creation, tha'. is endurable, but tho that u n Hiding pompon, a waving So much is being said and writteu in these days regarding phys.icul oalturoas aigrot, or ilaring jot wiugs or wired tiro.-onijkis-f-ibl- e n gore ami a selvage come together, tack the gore upon tho m lvage. Hefore commencing tho machine sowing trj your machine upon tho biitne thickness of matorial as you propose to sew, in order to seo that the tension is quite right as in sewing silk or satin fabric it is of tlio utmost importance that you shall havo no work to unpick; the pristine frehhnesh of the material is so fragile, and onco dissipate tl it can never be restored. Fit tho skirt nt tho hips in tho lining flrt nud note carefully what alterations you make; then repeat these in tho fabric. Press the seams lightly and tack tho matt rial and lining together at the waist. Now place them upon tho waistband, which must bo niado up tho correct iize, and turn tho skirt up nt tho foot upon the ligure. From the sknt cuttings you can obtain the tiny trill to finish off tho foot of your rkirt, and it will hang exceedingly well if lined with linetto of the miiiio shade for preference, whereas if you havo a silk lining It seems superfluous contni-- t is bt tter to add that the buck gores muni be stiffened in their entile length. Pittt-burDis'xitch. g potoflice, a stranger who didn't know lieen a new deal in po.tnl side that thero had locality entered tho oflice, wear It still counts of front, two afTairs in this gons iimii three back gores. It must and, standing at tho general delivery just t th the ground all round us; ex- window, began whooping and shooting cept l r chaperon the skirts aro still and calling for mail for Bill Thompson. worn without train. Success dciiciids That was tho fashion which prevailed upon tho caro taken in hanging out hero threo months ago, but which wo the kirt. Cut ouch width pieeisely ly abolished after a ruction witli 17 differthe iHittcrn, taking tho greatest care not ent men. As soon as a riot began wo to alter it at the waist. An additional went out and asked Mr. Thompson to length is atlded or a superfluous desist, but ho turned his shooter in our length removed at the same place direction instead. Wo hnd a flngoi Commence nil grazed namely, at the foot. and lost a lock of hair, but in senilis at the waist, tacking each one be- tho courso of livo minutes Mr. Thompfore it is machined, and whenever a 1 A Mdrt l'ir litenlni; WVnr. As yet there is but little change in the width of the skirt for evening master of this town (who is ourself) was seatetl in his privato room at the s""-?- l t X ! It's a Hitter Dose for This Patient, but What Can n Poor Candidate lie's Mortgaged Jo the Doctor? Do When .WE WILL. son was lying in a heap on the sidewalk 1 y D v llj-nr- d n-d- . and had lost his memory. Tho doctor in he will get well in tho attendance coure of two or three months, but that he will always ting his left leg behind him. As postmaster wo represent tho United States government, and if any critter can fool with Undo Sam and not Of Goods at cost until the get hurt that's bis good lock. il ruhllcatloii. Mr. John DrnaltUon. lute alitor and proprietor of the Sunet Hill Herald, passed through this town tvo days au'o Is disposed of. en routo toTonibst ne, having his newspaper outfit on a wag hi. He culled at Tho Kicker oilier to sj- tJutt he had suspended publication at tho Hill and was looking for another town in which to bring out his weekly. lie tvidenily hoped lor convolution, but got none from us. When lie llr'-- t t ntered the territory, we sized him up for a shoemaker. Ho is a man without sand. Any I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condicritter on two legs ran enter his niictmn any time of day and make hire kneel. tion of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. Tho boys over at tho Hill used to go in I laid in my and cull' his cuis and slap hi bmii-id- e whiskers as a diversion, and Mr. John Donaldson would lay down like a rabbit. They don't want linn at Toinbatoiu or elsewhere in the territory. Let him A (JtiHltrr iSitrh. pass on tt) Nt w England and unload his Cheaper than I have ever been al It; heretofore. They are coming Quakeruu (,..rb was worn tho outllt beside some gurglinu brook. A in daily and I shall be glad tt .iiv time to show what I have. other tiny by a hostess who was No Council Meetlni;. See my stock before buying. a young musical to her friends Owing to the l.e'1: of a quorum, there celebrity nt a morning mnsicale. whs no meeting of the common count il The skirt t f tlo gow n was gray silk. lust night, and thtro has bom Tho MSMiuswiro heavily strapped with much uufavorallo comment on the prnt black. The bodice was a plain round of the public over the sime. His honor wnit With pulfid sleevoa. skill tight tho mayor (who is ourelf) desires to OUR STOCK OK below the dhow. Around tho nock, state that it was in nowise his fault. enveloping it like a shawl, was a double Sunday afternoon Altiermau Jackson ruffle of gnty silk. It was bound with got drunk and lay down in the load and black silk in 'it tiny bias foltl and was was run over by n drove of SOU mules, ensisctl upon tho ImMist and carried and it will bo several weeks before ho around (ho waist. At tho back it was will bo able to leave tho house. Montied in two long, narrow ends, edged day forenoon Alderman ILggms kicked Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the w ith black silk. It, too, had a trace of residue at a Chinaman and hit a telegraph pole black through it. To a woman of any instead, anil Ids whole live tees were ligun', slim tir stout, this llchu effect ia driven back into his heel. On the evenvery becoming, for it plumpo out a slen- ing of tho same day Alderman Murphy der llguni and helps a ioor one. was idit t enough to start out in search Letter. of a half breed who had called him a You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. liar and to take along a rusty old Tho Inxnlunhlo Weapon. which hadn't been fired in a What cannot a girl do with a hairpin? year. When In found his man and Ilero is tho latest use for that simple started lo shoot, the gun burst and tool. Try it for buttoning your linen nearly Icilltd the alderman With the collar when you aro afraitl of breaking three men laid tip there was no quorum, tho corners in your wrestle with tho and no business could be tiansacted. It longest shanked button that has yot will probably bo a mouth beftue anybeen devised, but which isn't moro than thing can bo done, and the blame should half long enough for tho present fh-io- bo placed whero it b( longs. of neckwear. Brooklyn Eagle. M Qi'An Gontinae Oar Sale ENTIRE STOCK IV. - H. WEAREN & CO. ww M1K GOODS 3o Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBERTS. mt Tue-nla- v i SUMMER GOODS ILWMB Phil-adelphi- .t AT THAN - OGOT W. P. IVIy "TAT Stsmfo rd n Baek of flu-un- d l'roiif ill l'oti-rtj- . Tho nowest desk for tho fashionablo "You say he's junr?" woman's den is a rather small uffair of "My dear sjr, he's ground down by white enamel, decorated in bluo. It carries out tho tlolft coloring and design. pinching poverty until ho has to deprive himself of many of tho necessities of Tho white desks, hand painted in a pattern, are also a novolty. These life." "I can cce no signs of it. " desks havo but ono drawer, and theso "That's because yru aro not observboast of silver h.tudlea. ing. If yon had pud tho slightest atTurkey and India aro sending tention to linn, .ton cculd not have Korea, women to America to study medicine. helped noticing that he has been riding Tho oriental countries, whoro it is des- an 181).r) wheel that lacks several of tho ecration for a man to touch any woman improvements noticeablo iu tho 1S9G but his wife, afford an excellent field modols." Chicago Post. for women physicians, many English Ouro for Hoadncuo. and American M. D.'s having a lucraAs a remedy (or all formi of Heartache Electric It effects Hi ter has proved lo be the cry belt tive practice thore. Ho-n- il Is the certainty of fulfillment of each and every one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guarantee that you will have an accurate and reliable time- Promises piece. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. THOMAS DALTON. y lick Of tho capabilities of tho fichu thcro all who sre atllictrd to procure) a bottle and give v a fair cases charming relic from this retried Electric trial. In cures ol habitual the Is no end, and this by giving Hitters our grandmother's wardrobe may bo nee led tone to the bowels and few coses long or.ee, I.nrjre Ihruse Worn in a dozen dainty designs and tottleonlv ol this rr.ediclu , 13. Try it no cents at W. McKobeiu' Drug fabrics with advantage to our autumnal Store re-b- a permanent cure and the most headache yleld toils influence. dreaded habitual We urge it FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealkks In nud winter attire. m im-pe- tics this fall, and aro fast becoming tent factors in tho political arena. Thoro aro feminine adheronts of ovory faction, who do all iu thoir power to votes. po- Women have gono in heavily for poli- mo-ino- nt No moro eloquent plea for tho higher education can bo urged than the statisbuy a Pmall Farm of of tho teachers C A 13 TWT II "'" tical fact that r A rlYl. Bjxor too acrei. Will nay cash. ? Baltimore At dress Lock of his country aro womou 63.41 191, Stanford, Ky. Anicricau. two-third- Mr. (I Colhouette, druggist. Heave iivlllo HI. iay: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all tho phjsicuns tar miles about, but of no avail and was civen up and told could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store, I sent for a bottle and began its uie and from the first dose began to set better and after using three btlles was up and about again, Itiswoith its weight in gold. We wont keep store or house without it." Gtt a free trial at W. I). McKoberts' drug store. 1 1 Tho Discovery Saved His Life. Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queens ware and Tinware. Big Line of Farming Implements of aUVkihds, Handsome line of Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Qoods, Genes' Furnishing Goods, Hats and ,.Cps. s I Prices to Suit ThiWirnes. 1 - . 1 ft 2sfiiitf5n i i To Make Money IS TO SAVE MONEY. During these hard times watch our advertisements and see what Low Prices we arc putting on our uooas. rrompc attention given to an matt uracrs. VA vi ti I tfl ? 'sA We Sell as we Advertise - Cheap. Plain figures show that. How do you know that people are showing you the goods they advertise when they arc marked in hidden figures. We have One Price Only. BOYS' DEPARTMENT. CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT. $1.50 S2.50 r H 5jj A sA OVERCOATS. A ?A VA S5.00 Good, Long Storm Coat S5.00 Good Dress Coat 57-5Wool Storm Coats $7.50 Wool Dress Coats dress....j5 10.00 All wool storm and Fine dress overcoats.... Si 2 to $15 0 Good Suits, 3 pieces S350 Good Suit Wool Suits $5.00 Wool Suit All Wool Suits. S7.50 All Wool Suit Fine Suits $10.00 Fine Suits Overcoats $3 00 and up Knee Pants Shirt Waists $300 $4 to $5.00 35c and up 25c liA TA A r SHIRTS, SHOES, HATS, &c Shirts, best fitting and neatest patterns, $1. Shoes, not be excelled Hats, fincFedora, 75c. StifFHats, best values ever seen, $i to S3.50. Neckwear, designs, choice 50c. MENS' SUITS. Good Suits, double or single breasted, $$. All wool suits latest in quality orprice. t S7.50 to S8. Fine Suits, $ 10 to S15. mi BBaananiiiH nIPfiWTE v JL JLJL.ILJ mmi a J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Prors., GX.O! i.it - Danville, Ky. SEsesfia E.mm3??f5 'r3B--' v V v!J 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT 2TATI0XAL CinUSTMX TION. COXVEX- - almost equal to the dinners that the Stanford ladies served last summer you can understand how well they sre doing. We are meeting people from all parts of the world as well as from Kentucky. Bro. Lloyd and wife, of Nashville, and J.J. Iialey, of Oynthiana, are quartered in same home with us. Bros. Kendrick, of Danville, and Smith, of Richmond, are Bt the convention. We hive met several and they are all proud to eav they once lived there and hope to go back again some time. Bryan speaks here next Friday night and a great time is anticipated. J. T. Sharraku. Published Every Tuesday and Friday our friends may desire to hear from the great sHrWhon not so paid S2.60 will be convention, to which we are delegates, I drop you a few items of interest. We CARD. K. C. LOCAL TIME arrived here Thursday night at S:15 after Tralnsleave Stanford al 7:' a "' and 4:o5 an uneventful ride through parts of Kenm., and 9:20 p. m. .p. m., returning at 4:1.00. tucky, Indiana and Illinois. Many parts L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of it very much like Lincoln county, - l 37P n others level and swampf looking. As I "W). ta, Train eoinj North. 1 u a m . No, stf. " 04 p m passed through the river bottoms of Illi South tlo. ij, ........... I VjfU nois I could almost see the ague in the " ORATORY AT DANVILLE. air and feel its chilly breath upon my QUEEN & CRESCENT. face. Wo had to chnnge cars at North Young Robert Dtk up Bruce and Il'juk Trains past Junction City as follows: Beautifully. Flora, III., each P a Vernon, Ind., and 11.07 P m No. a ionn No. x Sauth ,1.00 p m change being for the worse, the latter 4 12.09 a m Danville, Oct. 21. Little Britain 3 6 m " c tf ti.3S m ,6.00 a m part of our journey being much like the kpeps the pot seething and campaigners n" 10 W'J KrvTK.Xot. 1 and s and 0 ana ta run uu fur- - trip from Stanford to Richmond, but we always draw crowds. LaH Monday was er than Junction City. All trains itop there. a big county court dy and the town was laughed and bore it Ourreceptlon here was unexpectably thronged. The weather was propitioup, stock were nflered unimmense herds SALE. cordial and honorable. About 4,000 men der the hammer,ofhuckster wagons dotted and women in carriers and on foot, mostly dressed in uniform, met us at the the thoroughfares and the cries of hawkA cood Residence Home in Stanford, with depot. The women's brigade was armed ers supplementing the resonant blasts of lot coctaint on sam lot. for ale. The H .err, and can be easily divided, puttine More with brooms, the men with torches and Col. Tom Kigluh'd hghorn, rendered and residence on separate lots. At reason. house fire works, which they let oQ every few confusion confounding till the court able price and cu easy terms. yppiy 10 I. N. SAUNDERS, Stantord, Ky. 33tf moments. A brats band was placed just house boll announced the hour of Mr. behind our carriage and some 11 other Helm Bruca'd appointment to make bands in diflerent parts of the proces- sound money democrat's plea for McKin-le- y A. S. and Hobart. sion Such enthusiasm we never saw Surgeon Walter Rjbdrte, of Knotviile, Tenn.. wo reached our hotel they before. After Dentist, filed past us and disappeared in the dis- inspired by patriotism and philanthropj tance. Some of the delegates thought has responded to an invitation to remon that the fact that Foraker had spoken strate against the desertion of democraOSlc over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley here that afternoon had something to do cy by that win (of capitalists) who listen Building. with it, and that such transparencies as to seductive appeals to j Jin in worship of "A sound dollar for the working man," a golden calf, aud without promise 01 "DEC. FSHSTBTST, "McKinloy our next president" and nu- hope of other reward than a consciousmerous pictures of bitu gave it a politi- ness of earnestly and honestly warning cal signification, but I could not see it his neighbors of the wrath threatened, is doing able service. that way. Except it be an Ephraim whose conOur meetings are held in the State House, a mod magnificent building, cost science is calloused by selfishness hih) ing over $4,000,000, nd perfectly adapted greed, no honest partisan who meditates : : t desertion of that party wheno aim, purfor a great gatborinj of the Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. pose and promise have ever been to had applied for 1,000 delegates at last accounts. Thus far serve and benefit the maHBCB, could dm the Christian Women's Board ol Mis passionately hear Roberts and not put sions has had control of aflairp, and l the tempter behind him, promptly IT. D. BILE?, Proprietor, to tbeold fctandard aud unselfiahly re- Kentucky. you think women do not know howyou London, bodies sume place in the rankH lie had always control great deliberative should bo Lore and see how easily it is done battle for the right. Steve moved to ay new Hotel and am bc:tc ,ionp Mr. Roberts followed Mr. Bruce and The men could tako lessons to uewared than ever to accommodate the public ' they did say -- many good sympathetic Good Livery attached and every conveniences advantage. sira. utvc me a can. The reports for tne year r.r encourag- democrats -- that they wore truly swry FRANK R1I.BY, 77 ing over $02,000 having btoa raised for for Bruce. The feature of the day wut the joust between fiouk, a republican, missionary purposes. tTOJNTIBJa, The S'anforJ delegation consisting of and Roberts, a democrat, both lawyer of ' Tenn., at the Opera House in Mra- - M,urp?v', my6e1 Raf ,wifo af,e very Knox ville, & pleasantly siiu- - the evening. Honk had been advertised conveniently located his brother iatednnd enjoying good health. Many as the Ky. rtf triD iltitn utuki uta mi artfiru1 milaa frnm aud as one of the fiuest speakers of his " I"""- Sole nroDrlctor Dean's Black Diamond Rool "' u" J'iini. Kitimalcs furjisfced fur painting Wood, tne church, which makes at appreciate State, which drew an eauer crowd iu ex- uuranteea, 3.1 eUt and Irou KOoU. batlitaction of giants. Mr. llouk with Dean's Black .U rooii punted (or years. Dealsrs in Diamond our bledsiugj all the more. Dinner and pectation of a battle best Cis- supper are Btrved eich day in the base- proved a disappointment as ho was at no Paint guaranteed tern Pumps and Galvanized Iron Filters, Galvanment of the church and when I say it is time of bis hour and a quarter above the ized and black Iron Rtofing of all kinds, ai tl charged.- An 2 PER YBABIN JDV-ANC- The Stanford Contingent Faring Sumptuously and Getting Much Good out 0 it. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Sphinqfield, III. some oJ .3-- ft t RESIDENCE FOR e alore-hons- 11 PRICE, Stanford, Ky. mm w. B. level of old Centre's best sophomores in Jennings Bryan, and John Houk is a reTHK HUSTLINU INSURANCU MAN, society debates. (lis exordial platitudes publican. Oh, demagogue, thy synonyms ore "reof his genealogy, praise of Tennessee mid Kentucky mountains, plateaus, valleys, publican" and "sound money demoIs Agent for Tho T. B. M. rivers, the blue grass, women, horses and crat " New men, indictment of his friend, Roberts, LIIc Co. At Crystal Springs, Mis., In a fight for slipping over into Kentucky wooing, And The winning and transplanting in Tenneeste between an ollicr and two Xegrore, the one of the loveliest girls that the "sun former was dangeronly injured, one of Aotna Accident Company. ever shone on," embraced many select the Negroes was killed and the other Bet and Most KavorablM Terms cl Insurance superlatives and in even a country deba- badly hurt. of th new postofii-ce- s Over ting society would have provoked a chime H'Hblished this year in Guorg-iof chestnut hells. With a flourish he Mississippi, Arkansas. Toxan and floundered into a weary detail of coinage statistics which have been so long drop- Kentucky. The Xe South fs enjoying ped out of the discussion as to be forgot- a wonderful growth. Ntar Kallroad Croisin. East of lepot, The attempt of a deputy hheriif to ten. He ltd up to Cleveland and CarSTAN! OK I), KV. mine in lisle and provoked bisisa by besmearing arrest a notorious Negro at Good. Clean, Cheap .Corn and Hay taken In eachanje. Come and see us. them as fulsomely as any member of the Bibb county, Alabama, led to a fthooting scrape in which one man was killed, one aid society has ever done which caused him to lose his temper and talk hack to mortally wounded aud two others were the audience that led to a guy of "don't ,aiot. get mad" by some old auditor near the footlights, when he declared "I ain't Acres of Land, lor eUlc. Has on it a coo,l com. SAM W. mad," aud proceeded to quote some Fagu Is a Candidate lot Sherifl of Lincoln County, subon. for 12 mX'ZV' .ne y".a who is responsible for the declaration ject to the action of thu democratic p'tjr. for luither particulars apply to that only a goose and a serpent nice, the JAS.1MIAII.EV. latter uecause of its venom, the former GARLAND Manfoid, Ky. because of its imbecility. Is a candidate for Superintendent T. : Much of the viper's venom was inject-- 0 of Lincoln County, subject 10 the Public Schools : action of the lino foilo a hik portions if his data- democratic party. mation, and his references to Br an were HOLDA3I He promised the aid sovituperative HUSTON VII LLE, KENTUCKY. rimlirlalK (nr tt I .trirfilri rnimtu w. ciety a seat at the banquet board iu event It .. vuw 7 me Action 01 tne ucwocrauc parij. funject 10 Offers his services p the people 0 West Linof McKinley'e election, and a ehare of coln and Casey Counties, rull stock of Coffins nd always on hand. tne pie in their just due That Mr. RobD. 8. Carpcnt.r, Manager. SAMUEL M. OWENS 0, erts heard nothing iu t'e harangue deIs a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subto plead guil- ject to the action of the democratic party. serving notice further than ty to the indictment of marrying a Kentucky girl was in'hlfiiu d by liirt uot even McCORMACK taking lime tu bay sj, mid but twice in ,. I.- 3 rn'tlilstt .... Ait.tinr ftf f.lnrnTfi rminlp ON IMPROVED FARMS fnr ...V..W. . . ...W... uuurse ui 11.3 npueuii paying iiusoiuk 110- - suojtci to me action 01 tne uemcciauc W...J, party In Lincoln county, Ky.atfi per cent , seral-aOUr "PP" SOIICIICU M,. n( Hnnb'- ur..,i In a .1 M. V7. JOHUSOIT, Iuh. York 1 Insurance one-fourt- h w-r- a s, 1TOE1, & SOIT, DEALERS IN COAL, FOR SALE. 7Jn'"l ItIKNEFEE SINGLETON -- T. 1 SUTTOIT, J. E. UNDERTAKER, Ars .... ESIMETT -...-..- .. MONEY To LOAN n Pfliw Oculist, Stanford, Ky. RILEY people-Abou- THE HOUSE J. T. Tisi Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, ! '" Houk chHileiigod ilia audience to M. "Jemonelizi" spitefully aud Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County, duelling on "you don't know what subject to the action of the democratic party. it meaDB." Also defied the crowd to state how much silver was coined within cerEMBRY tain two years, agreeing to vou-foBrvan Is a candidate for Assessor of I.lnciln Couuly. subject to the nctlon cl the democratic party, and if anyone wou'd aud admirably eariustly asks your suoport. tg the attitude ot an old gnuder, In his w.iirpurp, hised, "you C. G. can't do it," and then couf ebed It- - could ' a candidate lor Ancsior or Lincoln ..subject to not bV Stating the annum It) ll hbjllt SO action of the democratic party. lliiiiMig the much. HotlK won d have 1'U II good Southern end of tho county i eutitll to a slice ol the pie bua.ks your support. picking lor your OWU Bobb.lt. Mr Houk chancer zmI McKinloy hh tltegraudest, noblest, pureet Americau MORELAND anu Dryati utiui 10 loose lite enoe laicil- - 1, a candiibite lor Assessor 01 Ltncala. nuU LU .U pirty. lie kindly ets of that grandest, nobl-st- , brniuest k'"ou" Kentuciitu, Jouii G. Carliole. (UisBes). He asserted that Bryan gels $500 for every freeshver speech that he makes (better SHELBY & SHELBY, than thu tiff hjiIhiipv nnmn nn mil Roberts assured the auJIence that Hou-- 's brother, John, who wat with! Bryan in Ooogrea. told him (Roborit) Kentucky. de-tlne sibi-lRhtl- y F. KLKIN charsKl. Aadrcss Kenyon building. Loui.nlle, Ky. tor blank applications anrt fuf . ther Information, imjuiro ol J. N. Saunders. At. torocy, Stanford, Ky. , ,D.Uwo w. lAt. Room 17, uku, !'?,' 'v?. co1"u"''on j JOE T. NOTICE : Uavint; bought of J. V. Adams his Ceal Plant and gooa will at Howland, Ky.,I will conlinuw the Coal llusiness at said place. W. T. SAUNDERS will have charge of it as he is well ktown In that end ot the county. r pro-tejf- ' .1 BAKER J. M. S. liACGMMJH. H. HIGOINS. iUuaitMAn, J. V. WILLIA5I M.S.&J.W.Baughman, PKOrKHTOHS p,' l'opS. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, j'uncton CtVf First-Cla- u CIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. IlyoniKodlivcryelwM, call. Nothinf out mat tuere lau't a man lu political lite today with a cleaner record than William .U U.U.UIU MIVDI AJIJC1U O KUIIIIIJIlilUII Turnouts. 1'iumpt Attention. Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patrcntce Is respectfully solicited. iS 6m. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Wilt guarantee ' prices. firjl.class work aud latisfactorv Xty our horse shitr.