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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896102701 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. H VOL. XXV. hrt w eekly Interior Jot STANFORD- KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1896. -- Jt .PL -- ..A s X, Jk,Jil ,1 NO. 69 MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE CO. THE FARMERS. Kmtiirtv Know full that they hrtv. tinHioen prosperous forsome vaM without anv mm telling them nf it. I'Mrcf if) it ui'i-- t Hppear Thofarm-rno- f Tno cjuily piriy mi ttiu Oollcao Mon day tivt'uim; vbs plt'imtnt nllulr. The utUurtrtinmttntstivpn recently by Mtfl U'i(l'6Cll83 WH8 0111) o( tlU fluent tver kIvcii here. 1 !iu W 0. T. U. will inout at tlu e well Are You Coming to the hiMuht nf Hli'iirilny wl ,. i ? that Imh emu to tliHin Hn; 1373, iilteniuon. All moinbura nro from tiuigoiil fUmUrd. In an cut b- -' ,o bti preettnt. mih it puhlinliuH it Uhl. of it Hj.called Mre. J. Q. Tierce an I eoni, Johu mi I f tuts or atatiri'iiM v ili.i the iHrimr KiclmrJ, left recently for Pinevillo, hiu henril-e- l ,y tlm f,.d htandard, Darin they villi reaiilu in tti future. Iihuiii buy im ami uiHonim-tboir ronidenco heru tbey buvn mailu 'or a I. 8 number of bushels of wheat and many frienda who rere t tboir departure. corn ttmiiin )S7ii. This tiibin wMh preJudge I). P Uetlitirnin and vritneBHeH pared Iw h I'rnf. Wcf.ituriiiti, of H n,,. returned irom Iuisville Inst Friday niKbt versity in Onicngo, which is n lowed by The judKO wan acquitted in onu or two of t millionairrs. 1'hesi.iriM, (l the prothe caaea against tiitu A Brent many fessors are Himil.irily dependent to thope wiineeaea have been summoned on tliia of the editor of the gtent stock company case. newt.pnpi.rH of today, that la by "crook-loTho Hov. J. L. McKee, D. I)., of the pregnaut hingH of the kneo" to Danville, will conduct the dedication bhi. mnse who piy these Let no vices at the PreabyterUn church. Tho man be decei v id. Neither tlna profeesor church has boen neatly furnished and a nor the editor of thu (Jourier Journal are jjood condonation will reet the learned lying nwabo at night In 4he interent of divine. the farmer. ForarBumin 's Bake supA show pitched ita tenta on Mr. pose we admit that plows and machines Henry Gentry's lot last Friday. Many can bo buogl.t with fem-- r bushels of people from the county attended regard-les- s wheat no than in 187:5. Does this of tho rain which (ell alt day. Some prove that the farmer has prospered quarreling waa noticed aa well aa thereby ? I the farmer to become rich Who will Represent the 8th District in the next Congress, if Demowhile the performance went by tho number of ploa aud machines crats arc true to themselves and their party. on, but tbo uaual killing did not occur. he can accumulate in a Ufa tf mo ? When e come to speak of a farmer being rich Tho twoweeka' protracted nieetiti); his closed with about ilO additions to the shall we say that he has six sulky plows, yet in the end when his work is done, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Christian church. Klder Tinaley labor- 100 shovel plows, n dozn mowing ma- his loved ones aboot him waiting the Ja,iB6 Bunwlutt w much better and his last vmltorB ed faithfully while here for the upbuild-Inuo- f chine, six reaper and two threshing coming of mRny fr,ende hope to 8ee ,ljm 0ut hn the Maater'a kingdom. Oiowded machinis? MarkTain once wrote a is uie man wnu hiiii iiuhjh iii ii.uiiKKr i aenin soon. houses ureoted him nightly to hear him humorotn storv about the daughter of an on the farm. Yet the Courier Journal -- The new jail ia nearly completed and earnestly expound the gospel trutha. KMinlmaii, who was the richest amnnu would have ou believe that he hss already two young men named Tankera-le1873, and J. IliptiHiual Hir vices were held at the pool his people. He owned J3 tish hooks, been most prosperous have been locked for 25 days for disSterling Morton, that he had not been turbing religious worship. Sunday. nar town last j This libit of becoming rich in plows nev-- j They have been scouting tho county or occurred to Mark. Is the farmer to prosperous because he had not saved W. J. Clemerson, one of our promiThe men who have made princely forfor a oon to decorate the log cabin next j become rich only in the acquiring of nent citiznns, ned 70 years, died thin Saturday, but no ccon baa yet been (thoe thing! with which lie can toil? tunes since 1S73 are not the men who tt i (Monday) morning. His remains will be found to help enact the farce, even tho .Then wherein shall his prosperity diller ami eiive. they urn those win often spend taken to Louisville Burial in ccona are deferring them. Knowing U- from that of a Negro slave who could enough on a single I) mqut to have madu Cave HiU Cemetery at 2 f. M. Forty years ago the log cabin raise a large lamlly of children for his many a firmer happy and tile Bnlmal He came here, from Louhvillo, simR If every farmer could have eeen the and coon wero tho poor manV emblems, III ulIiii no iV years ago and made many friends. He But we hail heeti led to ie'ieio hv tho .eomlc P ,p'1" Puck ,inJ J,1',KB m,l),ifl,,ed is the father of Mrs. T. G. Moren, at but the aristocratic Hound money men i utit'iilurl i.illtrr.' r. t hence a courier journal oi late, since it got rid. of 'in 'avi V irL- In " have frihttnd the ooona Lindon. appropriately take the editor th- -t went rr , ui,n con.il have seen the idiotic pictures they goldeo ralf will more i .. II is said that Gov. Bradley will "HU H.!.u rote ttiose free eii ver dllona's in 1SM5, have made of him and the contempt penk here on Monday nicht, Nov. 2. If ita place. Mr It. G. Williams spoke to an ad- amUince it sent Henry Watterson lo they have ehown for him, it would take ht does a democrat, who ia his peer in miring crowd Monday evening at the Sm iizrland for (ne kind of treatment, a good many cheap plows to induce him everything, will be on the ground and court hoiiBe. The building whs ienuti that the volume of money in circulation to vote for the go'd standard. A crtain k to be beard on the ifsues of the day, . ... i ...i f ally decorated in Ida honor and lh unii nullum: .icmio wnu pries. How is lady, not a farmer's wife, during the past Hon. Chaa. E, Hooker, a diBtinguishcd .i i Mulling facea of many ladita added lo the It then that the gold standard hud Mich week deprecated the fact that the "Gov- democratic orator from Mississippi, will plersure of tho occadon. Of the many a ruinous ellVct on tho prices of plows ernment was about to fall into the handa ppoak at the court house here Tuesday, H. P. It. elc(iient appealH which he baa made for (and Iihs not had a corresponding f fleet ol the farmers." 27th, at 2 o'clock. during this cam- jontliopriceofwlie.it hihI corn V Whv Hrinn and free silver Hon. J. Mort Hothwell will speak SHE Ml Y CITY. paign, none could excel the brilliant ef ie it that while the Courier Journal is for the democratic ticket at Jellico on Hall ft MncFllnn's show tsb at Tuesday night; Williamsburg, WedneB-d- y fort cf last evening. writing about cheap plows and high We thought that the republicans of priced wheat lo tho farmers rf Kentucky Junction City Saturday and attracted a afternoon; Oorbin, Wednesday night; this county were becoming greatly dis- the gold standard papers of the North larg crowd, espcially of Negroes- Barbourville, Thursday afternoon; Grays, couraged, owing to the numerous on- are writing about chiap wheat and high whom the hard timea during a presfden Thursday night; Pineville, Friday aftertml VHftr ,m'rir M"sem l0 preVtf"t ,r0m K" noon, Middlesbaro, Friday night; Lonslaughts by excellent free silver apeak-er- s priced plows and high waga to the Tha billoontat started don, Satnrdav afternoon, and), Pittsburg and the unusual enthusiasm express- boring man? Theae newspapers are nig to eirciH'-M- . fromJunctioj City tu the evening and Saturday night. He is an able advocate ed in favor of Bryan and Sewsll throughlike bunco Btterers who try to work Doth out this lection; but only after their cir- sides cd the Mreet. Let no man ho de dene nided on Shelby City school boja' of thetruo democracy, aud he should . . .1 . .. U... KfOUnU, .....1. IUH pMraciiiiie, hive a fair and impartial hearing. Willi !.! cular adveriiiing tho grand rally next coived. ThHIMllll t4n,lur,l plUr n.,1 ' out did we learn the their satellites are not maintaining their w,,t,M ",8 Bm"la M,l0" "escnue" m Hatutdtv came A largcrowd is in town y SMhy City, (Monday) and most of them are talking depth of their despond ncy, for they ad- financial policy for the lnneuts that wi J"n" Trlslor d HnnlhiUted the Bryan politics. Every one aeema to know that vertise that a "cilvary" will bo in tho thereby accrue to the farmers. They !T"e clrcusaliu-wprocession, which of course me.na that want your votes. How many m1Uou. club iiHsting at the Snelby City he is right and hia neighbor ia wrong. 12 mem- they are going to a cruciilxion. ho Speaking in abundance. The boltcrcrats ijQUmi bouse Saturday nuht, aa only are there Hardin and St ilea? Are there none because they do Uerfl ero Pf,08?!"Mi bars. Thompson, are represented by Hon. Helm Bruce, . . A,tI'" t,fn1lbb t received last the democrats bv Hon. Robert Harding llreckinridge spoke to an immense au- not work, do not save, do not think, or e Monday. When because they occaaionally smoke a cob week from his so.i, Lieut. 11. Y. Grubbs, and Judge Hargia dience at the and oratorical truths as 1)1 lie or ('hex lnnir. itmhii tnlmnn uu .1 a iHtuphlet containing Views in Kl Paso, Mrs. Josephine K. Henry will tell the listening to such ,ncl,1,Uu ' tort peiple why tliey should support Bryan Hfl were expounded by them tho democrats Sterling Morton would heve us believe ?. 1Vxa, al, Pict,,rM of " au So wall. She is well known here at d were doubly proud of their party, while If the gold statulardhasp.it Mini plea of f,JliM: It.o the republicans wondered why their own Joy," aa Ingtrsoll would say, in thu O.d Mexico, just acro the rerry Grande will do much good for the cause. Vm0has "Nancy No decent nun can approve of the party could not produce n few good cheeks of any farmer in Kentucky, then from U ,,mimI ,ro,n the ,(tl8,(i,, of her d"UBb manner in which Secretary Carlisle was e hia hopeful wi.l be anxious to continue it. How speakers to tell them Mr'' Jol,n Y IIo9kins of I),nvl1 treated at Covington, wnether it was by for tho poor man. The latter is How maiiv such are thero? A dittin- preacher said recently, that I0 M". Hoaklns Id Hlowly improving. Mr. republicans or by drunken democrats. without hope if ho belong to tho repub-farmer of the West now had to wear A- K" Dtfnny la 8tUI V('ry ' JW of I,rlBhl -- Neither should a great party be held relican party soul and body as many do L,nco,u-ovesponsible for tin acta of a few drunken Fori! ttiey vote for sound money they overalls and all that tho overalls were liiBeR!", Ml8R LuKl M30rB' ' Week wiUl hHr was himself." But the farmera e,)unt a "3rtion of le,t rutin n p. but the republicans are talking vote for starvation and vet hundreds will must not believe that the financUra will cousin, Misa Terab Moore; both are more about it than the National bolto-cra- ts go to the slaughter. iu their reapective them pro.peroua at the expense of V"ncd and yet Mr. Bryan has been bltaed Mies Ann Slewnrt is tho guest of Mrs. Charles Lyons, Mm. Oleo Hrovrn. Mr. Win. Gilmoro those who make plowa and mnchii esje0l,ntie8down, insulted and oven bung in eiligy, Lyn''1 S MUm' Wnt Srtturda, aml aud they enter no protest. It matters visited Judge McOlure laat weok. Mh-- Tho Bad result of this gold standard is Kundft' al Mrril Holtl" W,llia,ns'' the much ulnae ox is gored and Mr. Carlisle frieuds in that it the price of ev. rythiug Lottie Holla Scroggs visited h ,me of tho brl,kVe ll8va fonnd out U a great helper for tin republican caute Grab Orchard last week. Misi Berda that is measured by it. I""83"1 Mi3r w,,Hre Kowland Hcnsst men will condemn such action We know that it 'a not over produc- -' from visited friends hero hut wtek Martin ialle Bl,'fl ho is Al Michella-generou either side. M.'ssLucy Grillin waa tho guest of Misa tion or lack of demand that has caused a 1Iurchel1 barK Uo'le couul'-- : We aro BIad to hear decline in the prices of all com- Martha, her sister, laat week. Kid. Jos. The railroad parade in Louisville Ballon spent tho llrat week of the meet- mnilttipR. in lahnr. In Mviirvililtur uvuiiht u was a very big thing. A report says ing with us. Messrs. Sweeney and Ho- fixed into lies bihI taxes. Such a result SOMEWHAT LOCAL. there were in line 1S.7S3 railroid emmer Miller visited their grandfather, Mr. can only bo due to the aubtle influence M. J. Miller, Sr., this month. Little of the country's volume of money. The A little child of J nines McCoy in ployes, with 31 bands and 14 drum corps. Fear! Forester and Lslia May Lovell brokers, tho gamblers, are booming j Madison died from eating peach stone The parade was headed by tho shell of a standard Pennsylvania locomotive, have been quite ill. Mra. Jonas McKon-zl- e wheat on the eve of this election to kernels. by a trolley, and the rear end was recjveied her usual health. make the farmera feel contented. What aon of Mr. has Ecoe, tho waa tho price of wheat when the farmera aud Mrs. John Caen, of Highland, died marked by a standard caboose of the ChiWe are indeed going back to the days of slavery if the employe miiBt vote had it to sell V What has caused laud to Saturday night of membranous croup, cago and Eastern Illinois pattern. The parade marched two and a half miles as the employer dictates, and the rail- decrease iu value like everything elfe and waa buried Sunday. It ia telegraphed from Lancaster that thiough Fourth street to the auditorium. ol this State have been working to that is measured by the gold Btandard ? roads M. E. Iogills, president of the Big this eud for mouths. Tho grand linalo A lady in Lexiuston tho other day per- theKuightaof Pythias of that place will Hon. tinently Baked "if there had been an ov- build a handsome business house and Four, waa the principal speaker. was reached Saturday, when free trains In Christian county several physirushed into Louisville with their cargoes er production of laud." If plows and hall there. They will afk the lodges paraded before tho world machines have been cheapened, what throughout the U. S. to domte 50 cents cians were fined $20 for neglcting tore-poof votera and births and deaths. They tootc the na sound money men. Bands played as tho about the mortgBgea and taxes? These each. A difficulty between Dan Iljoder and caas to the court appeals and it decided train stopped, but littlo enthusiasm waa are what we mean by fixed incomes. If shown by those who felt as if thov were tho farmer could bo told of some way Horace Hudsou terminated in Hudson that the law wja constitutional, but regoing to their doom. Tho Australian thBt he could get rid of that mortgage being shot three times, ouce in the head, versed the decision bacause the State ballot allordB freemen tho opportunity to that las been banging bo heavily over which will likely prove fatal. Thu men auditor and county clerk had not providand a disigreemeut ed the proper blauks on which the phyexercise their freedom and wo trukt thai him, "sometimes almost breaking thro' are brothers-in-laevery true democrat will repudiate wltn the roof of tho house and the interest over the division of laud, led to the sicians could make their returns. The attempts of a sheriff's posse to gnawing every night liko a rat" ho would shooting, Both aro prominent farmers ecorii tnia, eilort to cotrco him into voting best interests Lot want any mora plowa for a while. of the Bryautsville neighborhood. No capture a man named Talley, a murderer, against free silvor and tbo Ho would (eel liko taking a little reat. arrests have yet been made. in Unicoi county, Tenn., resulted in a of the masses. pitched battle, in which Talley'a father Think what yeara tho farmer has told hia wife she could not have this little Bluo Springs Out, Mo., made famous was killed, Talley fatally wonnded and At New Haven, Coun., Thomas dreamod that his bouse was on fire thing or that until the mortgage is paid, by three traiu robberies, one by the Deputy SherilT Garland ptrbapa fatally ahot. and called for help. His wife awoke sud- off; could not give bia little girl or one of Jameagangin 1881, waa the eceno of Sam South, a Frankfort youth, loat bold up Friday evening, an exiu her excitement threw their the boys as good an education aa he would denly and nioutQS old baby out lu the yard like became of the mortgage on the farm; press car on a Chicago and Alton train. both eyea by the accidental discharge of five bid guu while hunting. has toiled and hoped and prayed. And The amount secured ia unknown. killing it iuetantly. g tod ln-rii-- en of Mnt J. V. N'eabitt next Journal Wiiil-nceilu- y ndvrH tim Courier in provn the gr-H- t u'io To Big G ourt ? S & 1 If you come, kill two birds with one stone. cash in your inside pocket, go to Severance Put a little Son's and (j Se How Much You Can Buy for a Dollar. Stanford has for years been known as the lowest Dry Goods, Clothing, Hat and Shoe market in Central Kentucky. We lead in low prices on first-clas- s merchandise. You will need goods in our line; come in and see us. It will pay you to investigate our prices on Clothing, Shoes and Hats. J g SEVERANCE Dry 9X . i 8c Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Shoes and Hats. SON. 7'v::;"riii J t I I y iioix"r!OCr,ir'T!f!: HUNTERS' SUPPLIES. : E"Ikst Brands. Nl A .- -I ti i I I ! ird-pende- :3 ".i r. LOADED SHELLS : AND CARTRIDGES. New and First and Best Quality." '. . t i t :: 111 I n-- y .... I " ,, ' .il yi LEGGINS. K- Vi " i i Either in Duck or Leather. Now is the time to buy. II .- W. B. MoHOBBRTS. -. i (OV t. - . i i CRAIG & HOOKER, -- - i J j. a-- 1 '" 1 t '""" - - to-ds- i rugs, GKsrnicals, Oils, Pairis, ...... i It Pays to Dsal with a Cash Hausa. fc Painters supplies and Dru?tsts Sundries. .... ..DEALKKS IN'. J echool-airefarm- era Give us a cill and be convinced. .- in-t- - .. I - NN 1 court-hous- to-da- y, fl''e" THE STAISTFORD FEMALE 1 COILXEGE. WILLIAM SHELTON. President. - re-h- e men-aag- "" - Student uj Tetcheri 7. All specialists. Thorough courses in Lit-n- . Greek, French, Eu cliih Mathematics, Natural and Moral Sciencea. .Music, Art and Elocution. Situated in the famous Hlue ol Kentucky J distinguished for healthtnlneos of climUu, beauty of sceusry. refinement Grass section of society. Kail Session open Soptambor 7. Beforo deciding where you will iei t your daughters next year, be sure to write for Our New Catalogue. Address, Principal, Sunford Kv. MRS NANNIE S. SA.UFL.EY. tf r ex-mak- e Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing tchtri Mr-and - - ' '' ain-ct- s ) I - al Shingles, Etc. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. op-orat- ed d j c. M'cnLAinr, - BY - UNDERTAKING o4o Practical Trimmer, jEJmToalmer rt And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Room H. 0. BUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving his- - May-flel- d au-oth- er All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: Give him a Call. N fr,A Louia Waiz bouuht of Sm Cochran Dbath has again robbed Georgia of one to destroy hoe speech, to dishonor the Givenaa of its greatest lights just as he, like fair natno of Kentucky nnd discredit her a bunch of lambs at 2r; of G C. bunch of hogs at 2Jc, and of C. O. WithHenry Grady, was reaching the zenith of foremost citizen. ers two helfera at 2c. his fame and usefulness. After an illnrss A flock of 4S5 geese was delivered at MORE NEWS NOTES. Stanford, Ky., Oct. 27, 1896 more or less of nearly a year, Thev aged 102, has the slaughter bouse Tuesday. Mrs. Juliana Beduuah, Charles F. Crisp, died at Atlanta Friday. were bought in Washington county it Mich. He wbb born in England in 1S45, where just died at Niles, W. P. WALTON. 30 Bnd 35 tents. Harrodsburg Demohis parents bad gone on a visit. They Three people died in Kansas City as crat. returned during the year to Georgia and the result of eating poisoned pictlps. Of the five fastett pacers now before Gabol Standlfer, agoi 101 and father the boy was given a common school eduVa. the public, Rjbert J., 2:01 1, is now eight of 21 living children, died at round, cation In Savannah ami Macon. He Two NegroeB tried to burn a saw years old; John R Gentry, 2:00j; Star the Confederate army in 1SGI and rose to the rank of lieutenant. After the mill man to death In Florida, but he kill Pointer, 2:021, and Joe Patchen, 2:03, are intepioRiIqumi er WE HOLD IHE KEY. Wc hold the key and propose to give the greatest money saving opportunities ever known. This ky is our unmatchablc Low Prices and it unlocks to our patrons this world of bargains. The times call for the best values at the fi 0 ill en-tar- ed This it where Democrats will put the X Kor President and nt BRYAN AND SEWALL For Judged tho Court of Appeals S. JUDGE W. Castle.PRIOR New Of For Congress, THOMPSON, JOHN B. Mercer. All parties advocate a bimetallic currency, but tbe republicans want to wait till other creditor nations agree to it. Tbe Democrats will not fail to vote for democrats are unwilling to consult or de- Judge Pryor for the court of appeals and pend upon any other nation on earth to we trust all others will do likewise Bittle our financial policy and has there- It would "be a public calamity should this fore declared lor tbe immediate free crand old juiist be defeated, especially by coinage of silver. ?o charge is made by . nnp ami untried man. with little ex- any partv that bimetallism is wrong, so-- c perience. There is notamong the souud tiled sound money men simply claiming money democrats, as we are Informed, a that it is premature and may rcrult in eitmle oue who is not anxious for the reinjury to our business iutenete. This is election of Judga Pryor. All that is necdenied by the democratic puny and by essary for tbepe gentlemen to do, if they competent Enrnppan antriontiep. are determined to vote against the regu demof thiB liQVrnncrt of opinit lar democrotic ticket, is to put the X unocrats are asked to vote tn ipfat Bryan der tbe device of their favorite presidenand to restore republican rule under Mc- tial candidate, and then crossover to the Kinley, which means a return to a high rooster ticket ami put the X after the protective tariff in the interest of favor- name of Judge Pryor. ed classes, which has been denounced by all democratic National conventions. Tbe Wk have too good an opinion of the support and fostering of trusts and "con- intelligence of the people of this district ditions designed to enable capital to se- than that a majority of them, aftor cure more than its jubt share of the joint and findiugout what maunerof crea production of capital and labor." Fedei-a- l ture he is, will vote to elect George Davfitted for control of elections through a Force ison to Congress. A man bill, "as threatening to tbe Korthen as the position would be hard to find, and to the Southern States." Giving away no party except the one he belongs to, tbe public lands to railroads and individ- would have ever thought of putting up uals, inBtead of reserving them for small auch a man, even had ambition over holdings by actual settlers. Centraliza- leaped itself as in this case Vote for tion of power until all State rights are John B. Thompson, a democrat, a man of wiped out. Substitutes for "cowardly polish and a gentleman. makeshifts" like tbe Sherman silver act. POLITICAL POINTS. Sumptuary law, "an interference with the individual rights of tbe citizen." Mayor Thomas Taegart, of IndianapCdu any conscientious, real democrat be CHURCH CHIMES. olis, sayH that Bryan will carry Indiana induced to vote to pltce the country for by 25,000. Rev. W. S. GnuHiertd will preach a four years under the control of such a Deleware has a law prohibiting po gospel temperance Brmon at McKen- psrty inetead of voting for an earnest, litical parades and other States would do dree tomorrow night, SS'li. sincere democrat, on the pie that the well to adoj t it. The committee of 10 ladies, 4 from policy he upholds mav, in some intereste In Mentor precinct, Campbell coun- oach Sunday-schoo- l, appointed to ed persons' belief, cause financial troublo ty, there are only SO republicans and 35 and ascertain the number tbe town if "prematurely" adopted? of them have openly declared for Bryan. of people that do attend Sunday-schoo- l, In a political difcuwion at Louica, made the following report: The iceult offend to Secretary David Oiborne shot and NO. NOT IN S H. CHURCH I'ilEK. when he appeared at Cotiugton to this State, dangerously wounded Deputy Sheriff Joe Ohrstian 110 24S B jask Thursday night, wss without paMa-nu- n 71 Kl" Maptist Cyrus. or excuse and can only be explainIS113 A Bryan Club 2,712 strorg has been Presbyteiiin ed on the snppoiition thac the hoodlums 10 00 Omaha, Feb , a majority of Methodist were hired by the boltocrata and re orcnnlzMl in long dem248 55S publicans to throw the eggs and inter whose members have been life Total ocrats. rupt the Bpoaker In order to create symThe above includes tuone inside ttie The republicans claim that a poll of pathy and make votes for them. There town limits only. On bhalf of tho 11th district gives McKinley a maSunday-Schoo- l Union. I desire to nothing in Mr. Carlisle's public life to the is an increase of the Brad warrant the indignity and humiliation jority of 11,220, thank the committee for the efficient majority of 1.0S0 A. C. Sink, offered him. He has ever been fair ley worR done. Gen Hooker, of Mississippi, is billed County President Ky. S. S. U and courteous in his speeches and bear- Oct. 2S'.b in the afing towards opponents and is always gen- to speak at Lineasteand at Danville at night, in the IARM AND TRADE ITEMS. tlemanly in his bearing. We deplore as ternoon of the democratic ticket. as bnyone could bis efforts against interest much The potato crop la said to be 60,000, The Richmond Register had a tho democratic fcket, but we recognize short. account of the barbecuo and free 000 bushels his right to free speech and free action Jack, 13 years old, trotted a mile in last week, which there and for that reason we haven't sufficient silver blowout made mighty good 2:133 at St. Joseph, Mo. outrage upon was well written and words to condemn the Richard Bibb sold to F. Reid a bunch him or the failuro of the mayor and readme of yearling mules at ?25 Secretary Edgerton, of the populist chief of police to arrest the bums who The youngest of tbe get of Ilamil-toniaNational committee, figuree 233 sure it The Covington Common10 is now 20 yearo old. Bryan, 85 probable for him, wealth scores both officers and denoun- votes for J.T. Bingaman sold to John Sam making a total of 318, and gives McKinces tbe offense as the act of barbarians Owsley, Sr., an aged mule for 500. and outlaws, though the crowd which ley 129Bure. horse mule for Bale. Good A New Jersey man has agreed to followed Mr. Carlisle along tbe street and He Work anywhee. Farris A Hard in. if McKinley is elected. insulted him with cursing and foul lan- fast 10 days Woods A Lynn bought of W. M. wants to get used to It, believing that it n guage was composed principally of helpful to him during the Matbeny and T. O. Coulter a car load of boys, Ignorant and poorly raised would be hogs at 2Jc. would follow. still, the paper adds, tbe scene was a blot hard timea that At J. A.IWllBon'flBale in Clark 500 Certain lewd" follows of the baser sort and stain upon the fair name of our city night. barrels of corn Bold with lot to fiud it in G. Carlisle last element to tried insult John that causes the It is Baid they were KentuckianB, but it at $1 a barrel. hang its head for shame. Gus Macey has bought of SO. B, is more probable that they were from LouiBville Graves, DickJUubbard, 2:12, at a of Cincinnati. the cesspools If not directly, tba boltocratic and price of $4,000. papers are indirectly responsi- Post. Breathitt county is overrun with During the registration at Middles-bor- o for the Covington outrage. They had ble an old man applied to register and cquirrels. In places largo cornfields have for weeks been predicting it and now they are rolling their eyes in holy horror, when asked for his political preferences been almost destroyed. J. O. Eubanks sold to S. T. Harbison with an "I told you so" expression, and he replied that the last time he voted it L. Hubble of it was for Heny Clay, and therefore he a gelding for $125 and to R. trying to make all tbe capital out seven yearlings at $20 possible. Tho outrage was most dastard- was a Whig. pacing record of 2:09 The A Cincinnati Enquirer man who has ly, but it is fully as outrageous to hold 3d and U held jointly by Sulphide, Judge Hurt, tho democratic party responsible for it. been looking into politics in tbe King of Diamonds and Agitator. The claim that it will change many a vote 4th Kentucky districts says that Dave Fantasy has won six out of the seven felwin easily in tbe latter and 8iuith will to McKinley is gratuitous. The in which she has started this low who says be will do bo because of that John Rhea has a sure thing in the year and scored 14 heats from 2.06 to the disturbance only uses it for an ex- former. cuse to do what he intended to do all the Gen. Hardin invaded tho home of 2:10. The farm of Brutus J. Clay in Maditime. Gen. Buckner Saturday and Bryan men tho fort. A horse- son, containing 280 acres, rented for storm It is almost a dead certainty that Set- helped him almost a mile long was led next year for $1,015, $10 moro than for Congress in the 7th. back parade tle will bo elected to this year. 10 young ladies dressed in white, ridTrue democrats won't vote for Breckin- by A pair of horses owned by Willard horses, and one lady drewod in ridge with his name under tho log cabin, ing gray Mason, at Norway, Me., pulled 80,021 horse. yellow and riding a yellow if at all, and decent republicans can not George M. Davie and- - other brave pounds 125 feet on a drag at tbe Oxford stomach the reprobate and renegade. Loulsvlllians telegraphed Mr. Carlisle: county fair. e Willie. Vale Billy I J. A. Lacy, of Morgan county, Bold You will have auch complete protection Monday to Warren Rogers, of Bourbon, gloats with ghoul- against insult and so grand an ovation Tn Courier-Journ30 feeders at 3c. Also to Gen. Williams glee over tbe Covington incident when you come to LouiBville as will forish attempt of last night 52 of simeat 3c. ever wipe out tbe It was just what it was waiting for. four-year-ol- d Ue-oJti- that an He was an original free silver nuyocnte and in this speech promised to vote for its restoration to the place it held prior to 1S73. Though not a brilliant man, Speaker Crisp wbb a strong one intellec tunlly and held a warm place in the hearts of the ptople of Georgia and the country generally. war he studied law, and beiian practice, ed them both. Dr. Tanner, the man who became ot Eila-villupon his admission to the Ga. Ho located at Americus, and famous for fasting 40 days, was burned held various cilices in the State, Includ to death at Akron, O. Former Treasurers. G. Sharp has leg that of judge of tho superior court 40th, 60th) coTipromifl-- d hia shortage with the ciiy and waatlected to the 4Sth, 51st, 52d and 53J Congresses. Ho was of Lexington by paying il7,000. Charles Marr assaulted and perhaps elected Speaker of the House In the 52d father-in-lnw- , Den and 53d Congresses. A year ago the fatally wounded his nis Kitchey, near Scottsburg, Ind. writer had the pleasur of hearing his Judge Milton D. Brown wbb najntiU-e- d opening speech for the U.S.Senntorahip, on tho streets of Hopkiusville by Poto which he would have as certainly been elected as he, lived. The speech was liceman R. L. Uurrus and badly injured. Two pHSsenner trains on the St. made in the largest hall in the Capitol and it wbb crowded from pit to dome hv Louh and Shu Francieco railroad collide 20 or audierjce cheered him to the echo. ed near St. Louis Sunday, br e, ei.cn seven; Frank Agan, 2:03,, is six. All records have beeu broken by this year's nominations for the Kentucky Derby, Clark SlakeB and Oaks, whcn have just been closed. I'huy are aa ftl- Jowc: Derby, 171); Clark, loS, Oaks, 111). Moutu Fox biiiPtJeil jesterday eigtit oar loads of cattle bought of S. T. Harru George P Urignt and Ltllitnl A Oobb at inj-irin- 11 Bee-in- E le-?- s John Morgan threw himself tin ler a moving train at Xenia, O., rather than Iw. Iln had been out ol work and money for several da)8. The announcement Is authoritatively made that after the electirn work will be resumed by the Onlo Falls Cnr Company, which will give employment to 2.500 men. Mrs Kate Bascoru killed herself and sou at Kansas City beher cause she had run out of money. The following day a letter containing money from her husband came. Three dead Ncgro-- were found in the road in Choctaw county, A!a. Tbe suppositon is that they were thieves and were overtaken and killed but it is net known who di I the kiliing. Three moro toll gates vere destroyed Saturday night iu Franklin county, and the keepers notified that if thjy attempted to collect any moro toll their houses would be blown up or burned. Because of their refusal to work on the rock pile, Robert Lester and Thomas e, Harris were put in a cell in the given h O., jail and for 10 iniuutes drenching with fire hose. One ol the men went into vio.ent chills bb the result of it. Tho Courier Journal, which is doing its best to boost republicans into office, says of its republican jailer: Six more prisoners have been allowed to escape from the Jefferson county jail through the incompetency of Jailer Watts. They spent a day or two making a hole In the wall of their cell, and through this aperture slid on ropes to the grouna and escaped at dark yesterday afternoon. Dclt-war- Harris' cattle averaged l.O.'ti and Briglu'a 1,500, makiug them an exceedingly fine lot. A C. Milts bought and ebippeti to Lexington thia week 120 pls a'.3c. Alio shipped to Cincinnati Tutbday a car luad of lioga at f J.77J Robert Moseley, Keene, bought 100 barrels of corn at t0 cents. Jessamine Journal At last an export demand ni been found f jr Texas bronchos, the Spanish government recently placing an order for the immediate purchase of 2,000 head to be sent to Cuba to be used by the Spanish troops in their coutest with the insurgents. 4 1 h Lowest Prices. ! Wc are alive to the demands of the times. Colored Dress Goods, double width Plaid Dress Goods, ioc, cheap at 15c. Novelty dress goods All wool red flannel 1 2 yic 20c, 25c and 50c. Red Shaker Flannel, 25c, worth 35c. 15c. White Flannel 15c. Outing cloth 5c. Canton Flannel, 5c. Better Canton Flannel, Sc, to 35c. Wool worth 10c. Good Jeans at Kersey, 12 oz. extra heavy, warranted all wool 40c. Heavy Kersey Pants for men, free if they rip, Si. 50. Men's Suits, nicely made, 83.50, big value for the money. Overcoats, mens' ulsters, ?3 50, cheap at 5.00. I2c ft H 0 MA TRIMONIAL MA TTERS. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. can-vas- married at Peru, Ind , to Mrs. Alice Andt rson, a Ladies' Union Suits, 50c. Ladies' Ribbed widow. Vests, 25c. Ladies' White Marina, 35c per Mies Rose South, of Albany, N. Y, garment. Mens' Heavy Under Vests, 25c. attempted suicide because her fellow Mens' Natural Ubol Shirts .vid Drawers, f)Sc failed to fi tin engagement with her. per suit. Mens' Medicated Scarlet Underwear Thomas Fisn, of Duluth, Minn , all wool, regular dollar quality at 75c. lo . wants a di voice from his wife because white blankets 75c per pair. Gray Hlankcts, she objects to his going to political gath75c. Ccmforts 75c. See our capes at 82, up erings at n'fjht. The wedding of Misi Mary Elizabeth if vr.11 nr . in nv1 nf. a- Suit- or .in Overcoat,. remember "COMrAim McDowell to Mr. R. T. Lowndes, sou of the governor of Maryland, was the swel- - is a favorite word with us. Ladies Cloaks and Capes; a big line of lest event ever witnessed in Danville. both at Si'25 and up. The Advocate and several of the dailies devoted columns to its description. We are in nceipt of an invitation to the golden wedding reception of A: URBANSKY.;& CO., Proprietor, Mr. Mo8s Collier, at the Mason Hotel, Lancaster, October 2'Jth, at 0.30 T. D. RANEY, Manager. o'clock p. M. and send the excellent old Uranch Stores: couple our best wishes Joneph Gtinsel, ol Dr Ktlb county, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthtana, Ind., who htw been on earth 70 years, Iihh Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, beeu sued fir divorce by his wife of 35 and Franklort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. voire. Gunsel bolted Bryan and that was too much for the democracy of his hotter haif, and as her spouse refused to listen to her entreaties she has left him. Mr. Granville Cecil, Jr , of Danvilb , Thomas, of Louisville, and Mis went nuitt.y over to Jellersonville and were married. Mr Cecil is quite wealthy and hid bride is the daugbterof the The broker, A. O. Thomas. Courier Journal 6ae: She is one of the handsomest women in Louisville and Iihb a large circle of friends. Both are of Bge ami only their preference for a quiet wedding prompted them to puisne trie Moses Miller, 21, was 1 just ID I .- THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. Mr-an- d k well-know- n Oar-lia'- e, R-- v. o nre taken. Hiqqins McKinney AND Arc the Only Cash Men in Stanford on On tin-- ltrldal Tour. Slro Papa thought hewnsHiiinrt, putting n receipted gits bill among tho presents, didn't ho? Ken-tack- y He Yes, especially when yon always turned tho gin almost out wlwn I called. Harlem Lifo. They Taught Htm Thins?. "How did Richards come to bo po well informed on tho financial question?" "Ho tried to educnto n few ignorant laboring men." Detroit Newa Nothing In It. Groceries, .' Hardware, Stoves, &e. Attractive Prices on (Jueeraare. fcSr-Tr- I 4 five-colum- n fep y us and be Convinced What Cash Will Do. n pBrp-jtrate- np. 1 - - -- ...., v v - - v- - - v - - v - - y - - V.-JL- VJI 10-ha- SPECIAL 1 O half-grow- FOR 30 DAYS Will be made for the asking on a : !, law-abidin- g .0; V v. 9 111 Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, Screenings and Shipstuff. . H. BAUCHMAN & CO. 0 m I 11. w I fi !' Jack ulght. Muud I wont to tho phrenologist last free-for-al- ls What did ho tell you? Jack I can't quite understand. Ho fult my bumps and coughed a bit and guvo mo my monoy back. Trnth. Why is It that one man is old and decnspM at 4 and another hale and brarty t 8o ? It depend! on the care he takes of himself. Otten a mau'f bod gets out of repair; the trouble crows until it lays him out in b d. Whenever a man feels that he is net a well as he ought to be, whenever he is listless, without energy and without vitality. whenever ho finds that he is loting weight and that hi ordinary work gives him undue latigued he needs II r IVvce's Gulden Medical Discovery., It he keeps on working with his liver Inactive and his blood impure, he keeps his nerves and his body under a constant strain He will not be hearty when he is old. The Golden Medical Dis covery cures many diseases, because nearly all illness springs frcm the same thing bad digestion and consequent impure blood. The Discovery makes the appetite good, the digestion strong, assimilation easy and the blood rich and pure. W. W. Has the Best Goods and WTHERS Makes Prices to Suit the Hard Times. Examine his stock of Byo-by- al Carpets, Furniture, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods. Ifrrt m i'ii ilftr nln iih "-- .iiST "7T...-g- i. wy..t.WwiMwin 'MvlfiTii,rru'?ttzm x - 2l. VWiJ?$t-J7'fJ- VlPA'AS. To Make Money IS TO SAVE MONEY. m During these hard times watch our advertisements and sec what Low Prices we are putting on our Goods. Prompt attention given to all Mail Orders. I f We Sell as we Plain figures show that. OVERCOATS. Good, Long Storm Coat Good Dress Coat Advertise-Chea- p. How do you know that people are showing you the goods they advertise when they are marked in hidden figures. We have One Price Only. BOYS' DEPARTMENT. CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT. Good Suit Wool Suit All Wool Suit Fine Suits Knee Pants Shirt Waists 51.50 52.50 53 00 54 to 55.00 35c and up 25c S5.00 Good Suits, 3 pieces 3 50 Wool Suits $5.00 5.00 $7-Wool Storm Coats All Wool Suits 57.50 Wool Dress Coats 10.00 t7$0 Fine Suits All wool storm and dress... .$ 10.00 Overcoats and up 3.00 Fine dress overcoats....? 12 to 15 S &c. Shirts, best fitting and neatest patterns, 5i. Shoes, not be excelled quality or price. Hats, fine Fedora, 75c. Stiff Hats, best values ever seen, 5i to 53.50. Neckwear, latest designs, choice 50c. MENS' SUITS Good Suits, double or single breasted, 55. All wool suits 57 50 to 58. Fine Suits, 5 JO to 515. in SHIRTS. SHOES, HATS, In wTrw m St Hi SB B!SX BisS J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Prors., ITZLT.ITYEklS? .JftLW JM ml t A7 Danville, Ky. Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm AT PabllHbod Bvory Tuouday and Krldaj U JPKK YKA.ll IN" AflVANOW Winn not sopaid 8U.0O 1H b chatKd."W STRONG REASONS PRESENTED. Uy tho Informational Agricultural Con ffitM. fur ltriiioortlilni: Miter. Sept. 20, 1S:C. Tho member of tlio International ngrlculturaJ ootitfrcsa at h to put on record the following Iludn-IVi.th, 1 mmmmmm ISAM W. MF.NEFEE I. a Candidate (01 Sherifl of Lincoln County, subject to tne action of the democratic pa ty. kJaJ M. W. THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, , JOHN-SOWIs Agent for The Itmla-lVst- de-ei- nj GARLAND SINGLETON New York Lile Ins. Co. la a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. And The facts: (1) That during the ttitoc lays' not 0:10 speaker hus denied that Trains Itave Stanford at 7:101 in., and 4:05 the depression In agriculture results front the phenomenally low prices of all p. in., rtturnlng it I0 p. m., and p. m. the products of agriculture. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. (2) That tho connection between the currency nnd agrarian Issues has been .- .He. 4, Train going North.... 37P o ' .... ) i " m almost unanimously afllrmed by " No, the ' South ... 0 pa Ma. t. 15, is ..... oj p in rcprchcntutivis 0f agriculture at this K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. g-o ..-- tle-bn- to J. F. HOLDAH It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action ut the democratic party. Aetna Accident Insurance Company. B.t and Mo it Karorablo Term, ol Insurance SAMUEL M. OWENS;Ju T a 1 QUEEN & CRESCENT. congress. ject fnillf4atf fnr KhnntT rtf T.Inrnln Pftuntv to the action of the democratic party. liih ,V DEALERS Good, noel a Clean, Cheap In exchange. soar, IN COAL, Train, pan Junction City a. follow.: No. 1 South it 07 p m No a North ...j 41pm ' ro " 4 ...... 1 ...1.00 p 10 " , ..a js p in NoTi. N01. 4 and 5 and 9 and 10 run no fur City. All traini atop there, r than Junction ..-- J " " 1 . ' .; JS " " 6 10 " ...1 1$ m ...o 00 a m RESIDENCE FOR SALE. f oed Residence llouie In Stanlotd, with storehouse on aamvlot, for talc. The lot contains H actr, and can to easily dividrd, putting itore-hou-ic and residence on separate loll. At roasan- ablt price and eti easy terms. Apply to L'NDERS. Stanford, Ky, I. kf . J3" A A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, &f - "- - Stanford, Ky. Ng 5ccfflBj Officaover McRoberts' DruffStora in tho Owsley Building. aaVlBa&aaMM XZkJTm Dentist, Office on Stanford, : Ky. RILEY HOUSE Lancaster Street, at Residence. ARDRNT. Member Prusslun Diet. ASCII UXDOHK, Secretary Germnn HI- inwtallla IyoatfUo. DOUTMY, Odossa, Russia. DAUDUIN, President Society of ARrlcul- ture, Holland. WILLIAM 1'IULD, Member of TarHa- mont. MORDTON FRKWEN, Ireland, Vlco President Ulnietnlllo League. Great (3) That the great majority of the peakers, imlvHiidcntly of their y views, confirm tho opinion of the leading agricultural authorities, that there is no in cereals; and, therefore, the fall of prices cannot be referred to (4) That every gold monomctnlllst ppenker has admitted thut bimetallism would raise the price of ncrictiltural produce. (5) That no gold monomctailist has utel the argument, which used 10 tho ixjsition of tho bimetnllists unmely, that the restoration of sllter to legal tender is a do ice of indebted who wish topuy tl.eir creditors in a depreciate currency. The underKigued are comlnectl that the existing crisis in agrieultute can be arrested by n International settlement of tho currency cjuestion, and they thereforo are of the opinion thut It is the first duty of the nrioin governments to coopcrnto without delay, so as to secure a settlement 01 tno currency nnd exchange trouble. Signed ALPHON8K AUJVHD, Director Centrnl Arrlculturol Clnunbcr, HelBlum. cm-rencoier-productin. Near Railroad Crossine, East of Depot, STANFORD, KY. Corn and Hay taken Come and see us. EMMETT McCORMACK la a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County. subject to the action of the democratic party Your support is earnestly solicited. FOR SALE. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For bale. Has on it a good, com. fortable nutt IntrnrSi. Bin.. .... .11 outbuildinES One yard hydrant and one for wi. tering stock, alsi a splendid, never failing well. For further particulars apply to J AS. P. BAILEY, Stanfoid, Ky. i 91. I P. ELKIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject tctbe action of the democratic party. . LABOR'S FRIEND NOT THIS YEAR. Denver News. JOE X. EMBRYO Is a candidate for Aisessor of Lincoln Couuly, subject to the action cl the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support. picj-udle- c land-owne- rs C. G. BAKER JT. : .WE WILL. Is a candidate for Astestor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party. Thinking the Southern end of the county 11 entitled to a slice ol the pie be asks your support. STTTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, : T. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Gontinue Our Sale Of Goods at cost until the WILLIAM MOREL AND Is a canlidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject ito the action of the democratic party, fie kindly asks your support Offers hi. aervices o the people ol West Lincoln and Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffim and Caskets always on hand. u, o. carpenter, Manager. B5 MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS torney, Stanlord, SHELBY & SHELBY, ENTIRE STOCK Is disposed o(, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, - Junction City, First-Clais Kentucky. Ky.,at6 per cent., S'V.'iwS. co,?lra'lon charged. Address Room 17, Kenyon building, W.1JAVY. Louisville, Ky. For blauk application, and fur! trier Information, semi-an-?"- In Lincoln county, mquiro ot K. J. N. Saunders. Atx COUNT IIOENSUROCH, Member of Diet. CHEVALIER IIOHENDLUM. Delcgato Auatrian Chamber of Acrlcultur VON KARDORKP, Member of Rolchstoc COUNT KAROLVI, Prosldont Hunirarlan F. B. BILEY, Proprietor, Bocloty of At'Hculturo. COUNT KOIX5WRAT. Austria. - - PAUL MAYER. Member of Relchstar. I'LOETiJ von DOLLINQEN. Member of Rolchstut;. and am be I bate moved to my new Hotel P. RAEDER, Deputy Farmers' Associathan ever to accommodate the publir tions, Denmark. convenience dr Owd Livery attachod and every LEON RAFFALOVICH, President Rank Give me. call. Hied. of Commerce, St. Petersburg. rRANK R1LKV. jtuj-oijw- .,, vice President Dund dor Landwlrth. Ocrmany. HEkKRY SEQNIER. Editor French Jour-rm- l of Aicrleulturc. J. SCIIACK SOMMER, England. BYDOW DOUUERPHUL. Berlin. COUNT SCHWERIN. Member of Reichstag. Ky. COUNT SZECHENYI. Hungary. Sole proprietor Dean. Black Diamond Rool The Protestant Episcopal church of Paint JCstimatea lurulshed for painting Wood, uaranteeu. Koofi. Satlilaction rto" P'ntd .th Dean'. Ulack Diamond America, has decided to organize an y beat Cw pint guaranteed years. of uniformed evauRellafa on the orGalvanised Iron Kilter., Oalvan-Ue- d tern Pump end der of the ealvatlon army. and Ulack lion Roofing uf all kind., at tl Drltaln. W. H. WEAR EN & CO. Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Yery Reasonable Kates. A portuii of) our patronage Is 18 6m. respectfully solicited. NOTICE ! THE Back of IVIy Superior Plumbing Br a workman of ! Ha log bought or J. Adam, his Coal Plant and gooo will at Rowland, Ky..l will continue the Coal ilusines. at said place. V. T. SAUNDERS will have charge of it as he is well known In that end ol the county. J. n. HIGGINS. J. London. Kentucky. Promi - J. T. JONES, Stanford, 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- 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE M.S. Baughhan. W. tUUGHMAH, , Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Water Pipes, Por celain Bath Tubs Asiedalty. NONE M.S.&J.W.Baughman. pkofkhtoks Tin & Sheet Iron Works, D" piece. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by .ctn,tl wear? We have gained the reputation for milr rnind for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Srst-clas- WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO Gilt edge reference in and out Ask your Danvllla friends about my woik. ol the State. .... m T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky. II you need livery give u. a call. Nothing out s turnouts will leave our stab!.. See ui lor rates. In our I Br-tn- THOMAS DALTON. uke aU ,he can ' Ufn r7Q for cash or in trade hide leather get tor on inwjuu. w'11 1 BLACKSMITH SHOP. K rtfyWP1lUa1l'j4alw Vf -- . .- .. ', Y fBf ff I'll1 if yi liifcw mi. ' '( TXMixwM.titiJItliMMinwpi.,) m ny ; ii hi Xi'!"--r I .m !, ''laM 'IW1M lllPl 1 I il THE WEEKLY j:;:KWEHxWlVHlr,a I WHY WHEAT itMl 111! . The Weekly Edition of The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribu- ne Cincinnati Commercial Gazette, OILY v fl r l HAS ADVANCED. Its Valuo Is Gaugod Solely by tho Laws of Supply and Demand. HIGH GOLD; LOW WHEAT Enormous Exportation Caused by Short Crops in India, Russia, Argentina and the United States. tf r r? vr3 vrv r,-- vvvvvv 50PEfrs K YEHR. f4 V4 Read-ing,an- VA Over One Hundred Years a Family Favorite The Weekly Commerchl G.zette coutaint 64 columrs every week. It give the d newt of the World in the Most Complete Shape; thn Choicest Miscellaneous the I3e Stories and Literary that bruin can produre and that money can buy. The Weekly Commercial Miet is printed eery Tuesday morning Odette arid mailed to any part of the United State or Cinada at FIFTY CENTS PKR 1 AveraRei TA BAR. tttrhe DAILY COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE wing popularity tnroughoat Issued Daily and Sjcday. S ample Copies Pxee. Is unrivaled as a Newspaper, and the Central States is attested by its increasing Every Postmaster is considered an agent. Ad- FfT Price Gradually Declined Since Silver W. DiMnonctliod India Buying Hupoe I'uprr anil Wheat Speculation Hits Only rollotrcd Natural Tendency of Ill(rh' cr Prices What Mr. Juhn Cudahy Say. Chicago, Oct. 20. (Special.) The re- THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO., Sond for Terms. nv t CINCINNATI, OHIO e I to McKluley's probable election and the probable defeat of Bllvor in November. One republican paper plves crcdenco to tho statement that inasmuch as the value of wheat to the farmers in this country has increased in the neighborTHE CjREAT BJJSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLW.THESOUTH. hood of $100,000,000, there can bo no humkbs or cwouaTts holding me positions. possible doubt but that the gold senti" RECOMMENDED BY THE UAOING BUSINESS Or ment has done It, . toomeii . L . The value of wheat in gauged abso1HE C0UNTR1'' WANTtp. MENTION COURSE lutely by the unalterable laws of supply and demand, aided temporarily at times by speculative influences. Speculators occasionally advance or break the price of wheat aconllng to the op. portunities offered in theexertiseof the This is tho best market and onrs Is tho best houso to ship to. Wo mato liberal Adbuslm-ps- . There are evidenocs at tin vances on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses in having present time which show clearly that many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top prico and pay spot cash ; not lu trade No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and farm produce direct to cither the republican national commitHERNDON-CARTE- R tee or n syndicate in close touch with LOtJTSVIIiTiE, KY. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, it has recently been participating In a speculative syndicate which has for Its purpose the making of campaign THK HERD OK capital In addition to a few dollars. l88888888888888888LLV. Thoroughbred XJTITi Q It is often assorted that during ths aly JCtJCtJLP JfcfcJ'br23. most continual decline in the price of My Breeders were selected Irom tne beet herds silver bullion since the demonetization or this lamcus breed of swine in several dlfffrent of silver in "73, the price of wheat has States. A aplendid lotot pigs of difircnt age for sale, tired sows a sptOaltv. Satisfaction advanced, nnd the differences of relaCorrespondence solicited. Address guaranteed gradually been tive worth have BRONAUGH, widened. That this is not true is Crah Orchard, Ky shown in thercportof the United States department of agriculture showing ihe nverngc price of wheat for tho year Before silver 1SC0 to 1S05, Inclusive. was demonetized it sold at $1.29 per ounce. From 1S00 to 1SG9 the overage price of wheat was $1.13 a bushel. From 1S70 to 1873. $1.04; from 1S74 to 1SS0. 05 cents; from 1SS1 to 1SS3, S3 cents; from 18S0 to 1S90, 77 cents, and from With the appre1S01 to 1805, CO cents. of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icciation In the price of gold the tenthrough trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta dency Is for higher pricce for wheat, Macon, and it is recorded that in so far as nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, money can havo any influence on tho Through Sleeping (Jars to .noxviuc, not viuii.K and Jacksonville. price of wheat, high prices for silver Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroc and have nlways brought high prices for unu . and Shreveport .Through Tourist Sleepers to 1,0s Angeics wheat. Such advance however, would Texas, Mexico and California, Sau Francisco. Choice of Routes to not be uniform with the advance of vin "Mw Drlpnns or via Shreveoort. ! both silver and wheat- - Under a bimeShort Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati tallic system the premium would be ,..-- . Free Parlor fj&vi? nnmtrinf1ntion to natrons. tt. W.W.J MVS.Vremoved from gold, and silver, of I ttiLU course, would advance. This would in Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Obscrva a measure equalise the advnnee in the Uon Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington anu price of wheat. According to the Chattanooga. made by one of the most promi"W. 0. Binearson, Chas.'W.Zell, nent grain dealers In Chicago, the Q. J A... Cincinnati, 0 Me. Pow'r Agi., Cincinnati. 0. wheat would be from about one dollar, while bilver would at once go to $1.20. Tho Wall Street Journal gives the following explanation of the weakness DEALER IN in silver, so far us it is considered as Stanford. Ky., Oct. 27, 1S96 a commodity: GROCERIES, HARDWARE, "The explanation given by dealers of the weakness in silver is absence of TINWARE, QUEENS WARE, demand for India. This is considered W. P. WALTON. confirmatory of the reported shipments GLASSWARE, &c. of wheat from here to India and makes tho silver situation interesting. HereA. G. I.anham John B. Cattleman. tofore ludia had wheat for exjort and Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. silver was In demand in Loudon to pay for India wheat. Having no wheat now to export the demand for silver has Be Sure to Give Him a Call. lessened, and India In buying wheat is INSURANCE COMPANY buying it on a- gold basis and paying practically $1.30 a bushel in silver for what costs about 70 cents a bushel in OF LIVERPOOL. gold in Chicago. "We learn, however, that other factors at this moment are moro powerBBEBEE & fully at work lessening the demand for silver. One is the heavy liquidation in MANAGERS, London within the past ten days in InWILL CURE Commerce .Bailding.Louisville. dia rupee paper. It wema that London operators during the summer, in anAgent Throughout the South. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, ticipation of the sweeping victory in Sores, Boils, Pustules, the United States for free silver, bought TZwZBBZiX. rupee paper as a speculative venture. Eczema, Tetter, These operators made a profit In this local agent, and all diseases of the blood and paper, gold It, and India being the - Makes You Well. Stanford, - - - Kentucky. natural home for it has been buying. l37tf Another factor has been the very dull Indigestion, constipation and dystrade of Eaxt Indian countries aud pepsia, kidney and liver disease China aud Jupan for raw materials, yield to its curative powers and such a toas, silks, etc" when cured it Aside from the speculative inliucnces which have been at work in silver, the S Keeps You Well. laws of supply and demand have undoubtedly governed present prices of Sold in Lincoln county by wheat. Extraordinary causes are at W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. work this year to advance tho price of Penny's Drug Store, " wheat, and were It not for the depres" Craig & Hocker, sion which is due to the rise of the price of gold, wheat prices would now W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. be very high. The wheat crop in the F. B. Twidwell, United States is very short this year, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. being 5C.000.000 bushels less than the Tanner Bros., McKinney. The last nverago crop for 20 years. J. F. Alstott, Powers. government crop report placed tho crop Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. at 411,000,000 bushels. Add to this the M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. ii,i)ivlfiht 180B by HVt. J. IlolUcluw. available supply of 52,000,000, the reports, makes the total Yours for Health, oAunbU aUnuOi Tpe, Holm. itouua oto.. crop estimated 403,000,000. Tho exportation of Vtiiiit 4iuwd dirvcU; uudr tli. KVu iiKtrd for iu in wheat has been phenomenal this year, James T. Cooke, Devotional nnd Revival Meetings, and if kept up at tho present rate will Harrodsburg, Ky. Singing Schools and Day Schools, reach fully 150,000,000 bushels, leaving Sunday Schools & Young People's but 313,000,000 bushels for consumption Societies, with Rudiments. Wanted-- An and Beed purposes in this country, dnc byssiirew, t3,X which is not enough for the actual mud Siw. anplr Protect your Ideaat they may bring; you wealth. Ksniatl. cop? br a huiidivd ti.tifKlgbi. orits u. 2i.ui br ft CO.. Patent AttorWrite JOHN WEDDERIlUKN needs. il.Buo prUo offer William neys, Washington, D. C.for tbelr J. HoUzclaw. KftSstlsr tad Uil ot two hundred lavMtloa wanted. I1;', ! bt. 4vr.tv.s7."v.i.tsv.' m s u i8 m cent advance of 17 cents a bushel in tho price of wheat has given rise to considerable discussion ns to what extent the republican managers have participated in the advance. Many erroneous statements are made, among which beingoueattributintrthe advance 9(ffrrrfiJ('iJJ'Srruwd' 'mrtMtoMz&ft7tAlfX) CjP N WOOL. WOOL. CO. BLUR-GRA- Duroc-Jerse- R. II. THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE e rrooaniy one' of tho greatest Influences thut havo ever nppeared In the history of tho wheat trodo has been Argentina's production of enormous quantities of wheat, which brgan a few years ago, and ever since that country has been a factor of tho first Last year she shipped importance. enormous quantities of wheat and this year nothing, nor will she, as her crop is practically ruined. Tho crop of Australia is only 30 per cent, of last year, nnd tho most conservative of the estimates of the damage to the Itusslnn crop give n decreaso under last year of 150,000,000 bushels. Tho almost complete failure of tho crop of India has brought about a condition of things Svhlch has never existed In the history of the grain trndo before. Add to these features the failure in the potato crop In Germany and Ireland. The exportation of wheat, in quantity, has been astonishing, In the last two weeks over 8,000,000 bushels having been shiptwd. A number of cargoes were 6ent to India, being the first shipments ever nindo to that country. Big operators In wheat like John . 11. Linn, August W. T. Uaker, I)roteau and Armour have had men out for months to estimate this year's crop. The reports received by them have caused them to give expression to the belief thut the United States would this year raUo less than 400.000,000 bushels of wheat. Upon these cstlmntes, nnd the enormous exporting demand, they have built their hopes for higher prices. That they do not take any stock In the assertions so often made by tho republicans that the advance in tho price ot wheat b duo to tho belief in the minds of tho people that McKlnlcy will bo elected Is showu in the stuteineut mado by Mr. John Cudahy, who said it mado no difference who was elected president of this country, wheat this year would go up Just the same. In corn, oats nnd provisions, (here is no shortage in this country, and such minor advances cu have been mado from thit lowest prices that hare been ever recorded In cither of these commodities are only in sympnthy with tho advance in the price of wheat. Should this country retuaiu upon a gold standard basis, gold would certainly go to a higher premium. A lending bullion firm in Wall street has re ccntly been selling calls on gold, dated beyond election day, at jer cent premium. This shows clearly the belief of Wall strpct lu higher prices for gold tihouldMcKiuleybeelected. On thcothcr Land, Bhoukl this country go to a bimetallic basis by the election of Mr. llrynn, the price of silver would at once go to $1.20 per ounce. In consequence the price of wheat would also ndvance at once, as paymt nt would then be made in gold ns uow, purchased according to Its parity with silver in the exchange Cud-ahy, Portland SHOWS GAINS FOR BRYAN. A Truo Analysis of tho Presidential Ballot Llelng Taken by the Chicago Itccord. .To hs.,,,... San Francisco. ran CUouisviut Hrw NOBTHWEST Jim i mieaco Rtifr- - 'UJ! Only Dining Car Route From A CORRECT SHOWING. XaOUXSVIX.X.X Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers ot Modern Pattern. Cor maps or any information, address f I. II. BACON ritANK I. REID.)J or D. P. ,A O. V. Agent, I ) Louisville Chicago, I He nirs to call for Monon Route. . TO CHICAGO. Larger Per Cent, of Republican Votes for Bryan Than of Democratic" Votes for McKinlcy. At This Hnte of Gain llrynn Will Curry the btittu of Illinois by 30,000 Majority Till I Wlmt the llvcord'a Itiillot Ileal! hhons on u Correct A mil) U l'ulinur I Not In lU Donvor. ,IK yOU ARKGOINO St Paul. WORTH or WEST, ......THK...... lot being taken by the Chicago Hecortl htm been boycotted by the silver men throughout Chicago aud the west, and thut the returns received ludlcute that it bus bceu boycotted aud ignored, it shows conclusively when analyzed that Mr. llryau will sweep Illinois aud the central western states. The returns from Ccok county, when analysed, as they huie been below, show that he will carry Cook county by 30,000 majority; that he will carry the state outside of Cook county by 50,000 majority, aud that he will huve a total majority in the entire ritute of more than sO.OOO. While the Kecord's ballot is not a fair test, and cannot bo a fair test of the strength of the silver sentiment in ( and the country, it shows indisputably that wherever a democrat Is voting for McKlnlcy more thun twice that number of republicans are voting for IJryau. The following table, taken from the llceord. and Indorsed by the gentlemen in charge of the ballot, proves thin to be true: o Chicago, Oct. 10, 1800. (Special; Notwithstanding the fact that the lial touiavaic a Nashviuc pi. R. Is th line for you, at its Double Dally Trains Maks'cloit connections at For all points. H ROUGH LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI TICKETS SOLD. IIAGGAGK CHECKED TIIROUOH For any Informstion srqulr of JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky v JE . I "Biff Four" New Line IFtween Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. THK SCHKDULF, Cincinnati 9 is P.O. 9 00 a. m. Air. Toledo j ij p. m. j jj a. iu. 6 11 a. in. S Arr. Detroit. JP- - m. coaches and purler cars or dsr trslnt. Thrruifb Through coaches, Wagner sleeping Cars Cincio-nato Toledo and Cincinnati lo Detroit on night trains. service between Cineinnati. - Toledo and Petrol! 1. AS GOOD AM Of 11 Nl.w- VOKK LINK, !AS OOl) AS OUK ( HICAGO LINK. AS GOOD AS OUR ST LOUIS LINE. Hlluy jour tickets trrourh vi"Hlr Four." For full informstlcn cail en agents cr addrris . tl li 3rd 4th 6lt CtU ttud Chlcoco. im wurd Oju Ilrjnn. W-- " " " " l 101 .! .31 A'4 .XI McKlnlcy. V44 1.83d I.7X.' ICO lev 3& .20 .1 .IV U) I'almcr 70 44 .V) 13 17 .14 .17 .UJ .W .02 .13 ,03 .10 .00 .IV . Vi SHI 114 .SI .W 2 (V 015 market. Trinoe Illsmarck says, in his letter to Gov. Culberson, that tho surest and quickest way to secure on International settlement of tho currency question Is for the United States to adopt tho independent coinage of silver. -' Op wm ehti-mat- e ud-an- c 70-ce- nt J. IL VanArsdaia, mi-Wee- kly InietoJui. Ilryan. It will alao bo seen that ten votes are cast for Palmer to every 100 cast for Group Quickly Cured. This table also shows that Mountain Glenn, Aik Our children were iuf. Hryan. ferlng with croup when we received a bottle of these changes from Harrison to Uryun iCbamberlain's Ccugh Kemedy. It afforded alracat and Cleveland to McKlnlcy arc iu nttant relief K. A. Tborntrn. This celebrated Drugg"!' Mr. remedy is for rale by Craig A-- vere cold that caused him to be in a tnest miserable condition. It was undoubtedly a bad case of la g'ippe and recogmnng it as dangerous, he took immediate steps to briDg about a spetdy cure From the edfertisemeut ot Chamberlain's Cougn Remedy and the many good rccoiimeodaticris included therein, we concluded to make a first trial of the medicine. To say that it was satisfactory in us rroults is putting it very mildly iLdced. It acted like magic and the result was a speedy and permanent cure. We have 00 hesitancy in recommending tiis excellent Cough Remedy to any one afflicted with a cough or cold in any form 1 he ilanner of Liberty, Liberty town, Maryland. The 35 and joe sites for sale by Craig & llock-e- r, Note. Tho column to tho right of Urynn vote nhows number of liryaii voters who TncM who believe chronic dUrrhre to be ncur voted for Harrison In IMS, the next column able should read what Mr. P. K. Grisharo, of Klv;s percentage. Tho column to the nslit Gaar Mills, La., has to say on the subject, vi: "I number of have bern a sufferer from chronic diarrhoea tver of McKlnloy vote shown the Cluvulund MclClnley voters who voted for since the war and have tried sll Itlods ol medicine for it. At last I found a remedy that effected In lsvz, and tho next column kIvcs this in a cure and that was ChamberUin's Colic, Cholera perventaKc The column to the right ol and Diarrhoea Kerned.'' This medicine can althe I'almor vote Klvea the txircuntago of ways be depenJed upon for colic, cholra morbus IJryau vole oust by Pulmur voters. dysentery and ciarrhoea. It is plcatant.to ta'ac and never falls to effect a ct rr The above table shown the votes cast 5 and 50 cent sires for sa'e by Craig .V Hoclter, und counted in the Chicago Kecord's Druggists postul card election as It appear in A few weeks ago the editor was taken with a rethat paper on Tuesday, October 13. There Is no mistaklngtllnnnn's portion on the labor question. lie stnndn with his foot firmly planted on labcr'x throat. 7th " " Mb vth 10th Uth " " 12th 13th Uth " 1Mb " loin " " 17th " IHU " IW;h Win " " Jlst " .2nd " "irJ " .4th mil " asta :7th atu iblh " 3Uit " 81 t " SiUll " 3jrU Wih " si: W7 37. Ml 149 .17 63 a Lv. 01 l't 8VI 17J 43 M tO a u: SM NGi .25 -- 0 US 111 U 4 7 18 ,27 IMI Ki Wi S74 .ID .11 ltd ,S0 IW 117 I.IU I IIS V.3J3 ,2i iVJ IIH 377 Si 121 107 u 107 4 w .SJ I.IV0 .vo 1.11a l UV 231 231 151 4V I3- .18 10 .1 .'it SM Nil 1 w NJ i ..0 .IV l.Ui .W .2U 10 03 24 25 IV lo 1 711 .13 .l ill MO 675 .24 .14 . 41 31 fu3 657 CTU ica 210 ZiH 'Hi Wl 577 M M 07 51 .iv vi .w .27 .17 .W IV X) 14 lis 141 1W 101 - ,H ,21 .HI 10 7 CI 27 17 VJ IV .01 .04 .U7 .01 .10 .1 K. O. Pass. I rati c Mgr MclORMACK, (.en. Pass. U II MA A Kl IN. Tkt. Agt, luo 213 2&0 B7 .33 U .10 8 1 .Id .0J 10 .'.V Kb 1,111 547 4TV no ei SV a .2V 31 73 IV 51 IV 14 10 Ca 31 5V i HI) IU3 IIM 1UI su bi 101 3W 1,3-- Set l7 .VI .18 .13 .14 IM .07 14 Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati nnd Frankfort and quickest Short it between Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard lime. Tirue TabU April 19, 1I9O. 1 HA INS EAST. I Only Duect LIlc lictnecn .07 01 M 74 (V I.IVJ l.WU BIB Ui.cro. . it tw U .. IV) 17J 342 Vj 2C.7 4 13 .10 in .17 12 5 4V to ,ty .Hi .10 .30 3J I.7M 37V .15 .13 1.' Frankfort, GoorRotowrj nnd ParlB, Carlisle Mnysvlllo, Oynthlnnn, Fulmouth nnd Oovlntrton. Trains No. t. No. j. No. 7, p, m. p. m. TOUU.-V.ir- 2427 .27 34.550 0.500 .19 1") " " Gceipitownll... 74 jjo Arr. C S. Hrpol 8 ' Pans C I.vs Krsnklort ' Klkborn a. m. A 71 Stamping l. round 7 1; 6SS jo - so j js 3 418 437 4 5t ej 1 lit! 1 to a to i TRAINS YVKST. No . No. 4. a m. p. m. . Alongside of the votes cist for llrynn sUNOAY TRAINS. nnd McKlnlcy is placed the number of Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort those voting who voted for the opposi- 11 job. m. as p. m. arrire Georgetown Leave Frankfurt tion candidate iu ibU2. It will be been j p. m. 27 out of every 100 who voted for j The Kentucky Midland Railway and s that shortest and chesp--st Uryon voted for Harrison in 1802, while pointsfirm the Kait, Ncrth and West. rout to all South, IU out of every loo who voted for McFor further information apply to their agents. C. D. liEUCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. 1S32. Klnlcy voted for Cleveland In GEO. II. HARPKH.Itec'r&Gen.Sup Here is o net gain of eight per cent, for Frankfort Kv 4 1 Lve Parle ... C 9 jo C. S. Depot . 10 at " Georgetown II 104a " Slamp'g Gro'd 10 j8 " Klkhorn .. 11 16 Arr Frankfort A., trjo No. 10. No. 8. a. m. p. m. 4 6 634 711 713 t ,i y St 35 0 40 7 a; S 34s 733 13 connsc-lien- - Hccker, Druggists Amo-ciatio- Cooke's Sarsaparilla CSSTLEMS. The Kentucky State Poultry of which J, R. Mount, of ie secretary, has perfected for a show to be held at Hall, Louisville, January 11-1- n Mn-si- c 5. Buclclln'a Arnica Salve The best stive in the world for cuts, brolttss ulcers, salt rheum, fsvor sores tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions. X positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is luarantecd to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price $ cents box. For sals ly W. U. McRoberts druggist. tue, W. A. pr As a remedy for all forms of Headache Kleclrte Hitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent care and the most dreaded habitual sick headache yields to its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual Electric iUttrrs cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases long st the use ot this medicln . Try it or.ee. Large toltlefonlv v cents at W. I). McRoberts' Drug Store. re-b- Curo for Hoadapno. With an unprecedented mast crop, corn at 12 cents a bushel, and the country full of stock bogs, pork ought to be cheap this fall and winter. Mt. Olivet Tribune. Mr. G. Colliouette, drugKist. llcaveisvillo 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Ws taken with la grippe and tried all tho physicitns for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. Ring's New Discovery in my store, I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose began to get better anil alter using three btlles was up and about again. It Ii worth ita weight in gold. 'We wont keep itoru or house without it." Get a free trial at w. Ii. McRoberts' drug store. Tho Dlscovory Saved Ela Life. favor of Mr. Hryan In Cicero and 25 of the 34 wards of the city. If the percentage of changes oh showu herein arts a correct Index of what may o le expected of the voters of Cook county Mr. Hryan nnd will sweep Chicago by a uplcndid vote. On a basis of th! 1302 vote, giving him TO READ BOTH SIDES 50 per cent, of the prohlbltlonlsU, and OP THE QUESTION? populists, und taking from hm all the ten per cent of his voto which will go to Palmer, ns shown by this table, he The New York Journal Is the only will have a plurality over MoKlnley of Metropolitan paper indorsing 30,53-vote In Cook county. Iu tho Kecord of Wednesday, October 14, the voto of Illinois, ouuido of Cook from Harcounty, und the change rison to Bryan and Cloveland to McKlnlcy are given, showing a net gain of and It daily publishes articles fcy d little less than 11 percent, for IlryiiJi. In this report Mr. Palmer's vote is five the lcadine financiers of the country per cent, of the vote cast for Mr. Hryan. on both sides of the question, Taking the vote of 1802 as a basis, givof the prohibitionists and ing nil tho populists to llrynn, and taking nwny from him five per cent, for tho Palnior vote, and it gives Mr. Hryan out- It is progressive, liberal and always side of Cook county n plurality of espouses the cause of the masses 49,043. Combining this plurality with should that of Cook county, viz.: 30.531, and Every broad minded man magnificent total of 60,177 read it whether Republican or we have tho plurality for Mr. Bryan In the entire Democrat. Are You Chi-cng- Afraid ? -- k i in Bryan and Sewall "Silver versus 1 one-na- if Gold' state. olll-ci- The Indianapolis convention has been described as the "finest array of bankers, railroad men nnd attorneys for corporations and trusts over got to- gether." Atlanta man lias befn hat that I'almcr and Buckncr will not carry a voting product In tho United States. An I Hill. Dally ----- Idea SS Si An Iowa man waa sentenced to 30 years' imprisonment for assaulting two rMb. The Pantaprsph reports the sals of 24 sheep in Madison for $75 and a pair of work males for 175. 1 Oont ovorywhero. Subscription for Ono Month, Including Sunday - - - 40conta $1.00 Two Montha and a Half - - Send subscription to Senator Allison writes a friend .In Washington that ho fean Bryan will carry Iowa. And well he may. TJie New York Journal, Circulation Department, NEW YORK. .... ... .. imJnslir iisif il, Ad... f JBITT J- -- 'WT" Nw Full goods nt Mrs. Kale tills week. Stanford, Kv., Oct. Si'Icem, rt'Htly mixed fur m m 27, 1896 Cralj & llocker. Shot. -- Friday night, Oapt. Phil Price,( On account of the inclement weather a conductor on the K. O., went to tbe and the absenco of Hon. J. N. Saunders, catsup, He. who was called to Springfield, the tneet- - house of Mrs. Mandy Hamm at Rowland j ing of the Brynn club Friday night wbb and knocked at tho door, at the Fame Wednesday time asking if Walter Carter, his brake-mapostponed till was there. Tho response was "No," night, when Gov. James U. McCrsary but Price persisted and the old woman will be one of the speakers. stuck a gun through the door and fired, Fins which originated in the resldenco ai she said, to scare h m oil", and the ball of Kev. Miles Saunders, at Springfield, struck the captain above the right eje, burned it, two other residences, a stable splintering the bone and ranging into with V2 horses an(J a number of cabins, the cheek. The wound in very painful lion, J. N. Saunders tells u that his and may cause the loss of hia eye. Mrs. father is rejoiced to have s.wod his fine Hamm, who admits tho shooting, was library, even if he did lose his house aud arrested Saturday and lodged in jail. most of the furniture. Carter la the man who waa charged some Will thy Faiimino. Waverly Hamil- time ago with the seduction of Susie ton, who has followed railroading for tho Hamm, a daughter of Hib old woman, past 20 years, has bought of William Per- and he wo in the house at the time, he kins his farm on Logan's Creek, U7J acres finally admitted. at Hib and will devote his time from now Cilcuit Couiit began promptly at 0:30 on to tilling the soil. Mashing his finger yesterday morning with Judgi Saulley oil between freight crs may have had presiding. The grand jury was sworn in something to dn with his chaugo of as folio we; n, m avc-cition. Duddor-ar'- n s AUCTION. i E. C. Walton, Business Manager. at Warren Coal Vases, Shovula nnd Coal Duckets & Shanks. lm ' 1 ( Fob Hunt. nice cottugeaon LoYou should tMku your prvecripttoiiB to gan Avenue. 8. P. Stagg. Puimy'eiirtiK mom whetti prompt anil Buy your window kIhhh from Craig A accurHtu servit'u Ih KUiUHiiterd. IJouktr and uet the lowest cahii price. m PKIiSOXAL J'OIXTS. Don't fail to see our new hats and Mhb. M. I). Ki.mohk wetittoCriinpholls-vlllt- f bonnets before you buy. Mrs. Kate Dud- dernr. .Saturday to visit rulnttvte. . Circuit Ja.mi.hM. Nauflhy is HKdiHlln NkW Cheddar Cheese, Crackers, Pick-leClerk J. P. lUlloyinhisdutien. and Catsups just received at Warren MiphKai.uk Coc K ts tpum'ioK n few A Shanks. Keeks with ridnttVtH at llustouvlllu. Thk republicans will rIvh a barbecue M. ami Mho. U.S. Witiikiih went to at Hone lloilow, iioar McKinney, Louiovniu ym'urilay to nptttid u (ewiluys. night. Mil. J. lj. Amikkson, o( Washington, Wb are leaders in the hhIo of specta 1. C, is visitiuK his parents near rlesand trusses. All work guaranteed. Mr. Thomas Wauhkn, of Lultmion Craig ik Hocker. Junction, arrived .Sunday to visit Mis. Aviitvlarge monument to be placed U. X. Holler. over the grave of Mrs. K W. Lawless, at Miis. HiNhV LaMMkis and Miss Hva Lancaster passed through hereon wagons went to Lexington yesterday to visit yesterday. Mrs. V. 11. Klrhy. Thk Centre College foot ball team des Mit. M. F. Klkin added 65 now feated the Louisville Athletic Club Saturto the LoxitiKton Loduo of Knights of the Maccabees wuilo there last week. day for tho eighth consecutive time. The score was 10 to (J. Old Centre is gtttlng iMu.CiiAitt.es Wiikklkk, of W heeler's up her rep. Emporium, llustonvilie, was liereyeeter-da- y mm A nnd tells us that business is rusllnp. ck" Chris Gentry tells t Mil John W. Hhioht, wife and Minaes us that he dreamed that Urvan was to carry every State in the Union, Ithoda aud Clyde Harlan went up to Middltsboro yesterday to visit relatives. except Khode Island and Delaware, and Mits Maiiy Giikkn, of I'inoville, and that he ran McKinley almost a dead Miss Iteisie Carson, of Crab Orchard, heat in them. spent several days with Miss Sallle FiELnaSALTKii, for carrying concealed Green. weapons, was fined ?2o and uiven 10 days Mies Mollik Hunn&rr accompanied In jail by "Deputy" Judge Dawson Sather little nil ce, Mary Himltf.e, as far as urday. This is tho seventh time he has Louisville on her way to her home in been in jill during the past IS months. Chicago. He is not over l.rncrn of hk either. Mhs. Dr. William HiiKlton arrived Thk trustees of Smith's school-housFriday morniny from her firm in Tennnear South Fork, declared that the honeo essee to spend a few months with her should neltlxr be used for Mr. J. L. Ox-ehusband. to speak in nor for tho meetini; of V. L Kva.nh has rented Mrs. Iottle llulmt's' property on We it Main Street the McKinley club Friday night and that and will o to housdkeepiu the that ol guntlemauepoke at McKinney instead. November. Hv giving them time and hauling them j m w H Wed-msday To I will begin Wednesday, November 9 To offer at Auction my Entire Stock of 9 Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing'. Come and invest your money at your own price and watch for big bargains. W. P. TATE, A ITlr. A-a- - - Stanford. 189c. f Preach-eisvill- e. mm t J. B. Fonter, foreman, W. 11. Hocker, Mur- mem-ber- omk galoot who intended to vote for McKinley any way. while claiming to bs a democrat, writes to the Courier- Journal from this county that while he intended to vote for Palmer, the CoviDg-to- n outrage will make him vote for the Ohioan. The man who has no more tlxed principles than that belongs in the republican ranks and democracy does well to get rid of him. J. S. Goode, J. W. Powell, W. H. DiiKAM.-'-Iila- go-ht- The cases against Judge D. li. Dethurum, of Rockcastle, who was indicted in the U. S. court in 1S92 on eight ciunta charging him with forging an alii vit for the purpose of having an iiicreHH.. of pension granted to G. W. Pay in aud of forging tho signatures of G W IMtman, a Notary Public, to the jurat, ami the signatures of II. II. Baker mil R. It. Heiutzman to the affidavit, was dismissed byJudge Birr Friday, who said tho prosecution had not made out a case. Dihmi68KU. I phy, W. F. Abraham, A. D. Root, Henry Newland, Luther UndprwooJ, W. E Adams, S. M. Chandler, Charles Scott. The judge delegated County Attorney J. B. Paxton to deliver tho charge and he did so by calling the attention of the jurors to the indictable olTenBes and advising them of the kind of evidence necessary to find indictments. The petit jury was then selected as follower COiyjFIDBNTIAL LETTER. Stafford. Kv.. Oct. 23. l.. uais f e, ns C. C. Tl'hNkk, sou of free the L. A N. succeeded in tnkiug l'J Tutu Turner, is here from Mt. Sterrar loads of its workingmen, on this di ling. He is sum that Kentucky will nive virion, and others to the Louisville eound .Mm. liryati 'JOflOO majority. Mhb T. M. I'knmimiton, Kemp Alcorn ft t ir Shanks'. election nnws will be received Tuesday night by him and other operators. As this oflice is taxed J35 fir the news, if it gets it, snadmir-siofee of 50 cents will be charged those who want to hear the Mibsusan McKkk DU.SCaN,01 Louisville, w ho rtt'cintly vinlletl her cousins, latest. Misses Jennie I), and Marie Warren, is Thk Boss' picnic near Ottenheim Sat to hecotno Mrs. Preston Pope lionet in urday was a very tame aifair, "Hon." November. !: D. Scott and "Julge" John Chappell Mil. (i. W. Pknck, of Lake Township, were billed to speak, but 'Squire Fauk Mo., a brother of E. T. and A. M. Peutei ner, Sam Reynolds and William Leech is a red hot lirvau man, no enttiusiastic furnished all the oratory the ocoision af tint tie tins (tiled into poetry, wtilcti forded, so Mr. J H . Carter inforn.s us. In his local paper, predicting the There wore about &" present. election of tits ftvonle and I tin nood McChkahy. The bare announcement tiuita that will fo.hw it. llully for the that Gov. McCreary will spek at the MlC.SkS l.l.AIIA AM) UrilKLtA LCKKY, roiirt-iiounight, L'Sth, here of Stanford, urn KMratH of their sister, will be sufhVient to tl tho building to Mrs. William Fields, at her home on the the alU. The governor has hojts of Newtown pike. Mlsa louiae Saunders ex- warm friends here, who lovo hitn more pects to leave the Ust of the week tn visit than over for the noble stand he has her friend, Misi Jean Shelby, at "Aica-Ola,- " taken for democracy. Let everybody near Duivillo. They expect to eel hear him. ebiuto "lihlioween" together, and Mr. A SrANtHi coin, the sir. of a dollar Jack McGord, of Winchester, will be a was shown us by Ksv. A. J. Daughetee Ktiest at "Atcadia" on that evetiiott. Saturday, which he has had for over SO Lexington Leader. years and prizes very highly. Mr. Daughetee is 71 yearH of age, has voted CITY AM) VJCIXITY. for the democratic candidates for presiyou seen Danas' window ? dent ever since he was old enough, ai d Have will keep his record clear this year by Fink line of new Candies at Warren & voting for Bryan and Sewall. ap-pea- ra H 1 m m stopped over with Mrs. J. their return from Louisvilie. Mfcfai.8. Sam IIklm and J. T. llocker left Saturday for Powoll's V.illoy, Va., to hunt for a week or so. The former')) wife is visititiK Mends in Knozvllle duriiiK ttie time. W. 011 "l Iittl Mrs. 1'. E Philip Kemp, of to, money parade, There were several car loads of Negroes and a number of bands in the train. Mn. bo J. S. Kick tells ua that wirrs will e run to the and that the court-hous- m As he was coming to this place SaturStlkniiii) values in wool blankets at day, Mr. J. K. Carson met with a painful Severance & Son. accident. The horses a Negro was driv as he was , la ing became unmanageable Watch work, the warranted kind coming through Ro viand and ran in'o by Danks, the Jeweler. done his cart, upsetting it and throwing hitn Tkmi'Biiance. Iluv.T. L. Pickelt will to the ground with much force. He was deliver a temperance lecture at Moreland considerably bruised about the side and at 7 o'clock. arms, but fortunately no bonea wero m ht t mm broken. decided to close out hi) stock of dry goods by auction, beginTub republican pirty, in Kentucky especially, is made up largely of ignorant ning Nov. V. Seo ad. 9 whites and more ignorant Negroes. Does Tub Caledonians had a big meeting any so called democrat, feel that he will Saturday night, according to program. It ba more at homo with this clasa than was largely attended and greatly enjoy- with his former associates, because there ed. happens to be a few buma and egg throw- Mrs. J. M. Hendricks and era who will voto for Bryan. If so let Thanks. family desires to return her heartfelt him go thence. His room ia better than thanks to the neighbors, friends and fra- his company. ternal orders that were so kind to them JudoeTahviv, democratic elector for during Mr. Uendrick'a long illness. Their the State at largo, spoke to a fair crowd good deeds will never be forgotten. yesterday afternoon, Hon. F. F. Bobbitt generously yielding claims to the court1)k. Davison says that Friday night house. He discussed the money queswbb the regular meeting night of the tion almost exclusively, and incidenMcKinley club at Smith's school-hous- e tally Bcored Mr. Carlisle and the and that the club objected to Mr. Owens' Courier Journal, which paper he oxcoriat-tappointment on that nicht, but had no the delight of the audience. Ho reintention of disturbing hlui 01 his hear- - gretted as much as any body that Mr. era. Carlisle had been roughly treated, but 9 have escaped from was sure that when the matter was sifted Two more prisoners it would bo found to have been planned the penitentiary at Frankfort. This time and carried out by the few boltocrats In 0. 13. Vlvion and Robert Lawrence, of that city. His speech was liberally ap Laurel, are the ones. They laid In jail plauded anu seemeu to be enjoyed. here a long time for safe keeping, pendJudge Tarvin spoke forover two hours breaking open and ing their trials for L. AN.car in Laurel, and his drolhry and witlcisms were enstealing from an joyed as much as his clinching argufor which they were given eight years ments. each. W. P. Tatk Una B o Thk man who leaves the democratic parly because some skunks threw eggs at Mr. Carlisle at Covington does more injury to the party he goes into than the one he leaves. It was a dirty and unfor tunate atTair and democrats generally condemn it, but time wi.l tell whether the boltocratic papers speak truthfully when they say that thousands of democrats will baye that party because of it. Surely no democrat would cast his lot with the republicans if he were seeking a party which had no tough element. Toe true blue, while lamenting the treatA Skriocs Ch.uigk Conductor D. V. ment of Mr. Carlisle, will not seek to Delph was arrested by SherifT Newland, take spite out on Mr. Bryan. when he came in on No. 23 Saturday, tho docket of charged with attempting to commit an Can't Gkt JusTicB.-O- n the circuit court which began here yes- aseaulton little Cora Peacock, who was Bccanso terday, Is a libel suit against the Courier-Journ- a passenger on his train a few nights beWo Do Not for f'.'O.OOO, ry change of venue fore returning from Tennessee. Tne litselect some few articles and from Boyle county. It was brought by tle girl scys the conductor sat down e tell how low we sell them, don't think Welch A Breckinridge for Tom Salleo, her and began to feel her person ,th?t our goods are high priced. who thinks he is damaged to that extent and limbs and afterwards motioned to Our competitors know that, quality by the publication of a dispatch from her to go the ladies' toilet. She is but Uariodsburg, which said that he was 11 years old and told the story so innoconsidered, we sell goods cheaper than caught in the room of a neighbor's wife cently that the family, feeling greatly others that's what bothers them; but by her husband and his brother, who per outragod, had the warrant sworn out. it's your advantage. formed a nameless operation on him so On being informed of the charge, Capt Our store was designed and arranged unprofesBionally that he was at the point Delph paid, 'That's what a body gets by to do business with small expense, yet of death. The case was called at Dan- playing with children," and to an I. J it is the most commodious and carries ville at the recent term, but on the oath reporter he said that there was nothing largest stock. i'ennv's Drug Store. of F. He gap, the paper's Louisville law- in the charge, that he simply sat by the yer, supported by tho aiTuUvits of Harry little girl and tri-- to amuse her. Chief Giovanuoli, G. W. Welsh and Sam Ly- Train Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan, who ons, tlmt owing to the failure of the pa- was in readiness to go to Looiefille, had per to support Bryan and Sewall, a polit to take charge of the trai.i and ran It to icd prejudice existed against it so great its destination. Tbpre was a good deal that it would be unable to got justice iu of excitement at the depot when the that county it was granted a chango of rause of the arrest was made known, and venue to this county. The Courier-Jour-nJ. E, Portman, an uncle of the child, is very much below par here and elsetried to Hhoot the conductor, but waB I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condiwhere, but not to the extent we are aure prevented by Marshal Newland. The that it will be denied a fair trial by a jury prisoner whb taken before "Deputy tion of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. sworn to give all partiea justice. Judgo" W. L. DawBon, when in view of I laid in my . the f ict that tho grand jury would meet Habois. Judge Thomas F. Uargis, of Monday, he waived an examination and Louisville, was here Sunday returning was held in f 1,000 bond, which was fur from tho 11th district where he has mado nished by J. 0. Florence. The little girl a number of speeches. He was in fine promptly identified her alleged assailant Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming spirits over the prospects of democratic and persists in her first statement. Delph in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. success and is satisfied that Kentucky denies tliBt ho is guilty of any wrong and See my stock before buying. will roll up a good majority for Bryan, his friends hopo there is some mistake. He also thinks Black has a good show to He has borne a good reputation and we defect Colson if White remains in the have heard many ladies traveling alono race, which be iasure to do. Asked what compliment him for his courtesy and athe thought of Gov. Brown's chances in tention. He married Miss Stephens, of the Fifth, bo said: "I believe he will this county, and has several children, win. .It will be nip and tuck in Louis- among them a grown daughter. ville and tho county, which is democratOapt. Delph told his lawyer, Col. ic, will elect him." "You have been in Welch, that the little girl was on the Dealers In this district some, what do you think of train when he took charge of it at Jbllico. Mr. Thompson's chances," was asked Sne had no ticket and ho asked her ace "He'll beat Davison, aure. Rockcastle and where she was going. She said to and the other republican counties I have Stanford and that she was He told been in, show big increases in favor of her what the fare was and she produced the democrats. Mark what I toll you, only $1 60, which wan but a little over Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o the 8th will show up all right." Judge half fare. Not wishing to put her off in Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Hargis, who Las been speaking for sev- the night, he accepted half fare and gave Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. eral months iu various States, is well li6r the small return of change. She pleased with the outlook and has no fears told him who she was and to whom she of Bryan's defeat. At New Castle, this was related and knowing the parties, he State, he bad a joint debato with Senator mado it a point it eeo that she was William Lindsay, who acknowledged his He had no thought of wrong defeat by promising the judge if he would ing the little thing and could not have not interfere with him at Richmond, he been guilty of the charges, as there were would cancel his appointments at Ash- 15 or 25 people on the train, including land, Mt. Sterling and Lawronceburg. Mr. W. L. Evans, of this place, who was The judge id a man of mercy and agreed iu a seat near by, and saya he neither and tho Senator fulfilled his part of the s iw nor heard anything wrong, though contract by disappointing tbe boltocrats he says he Blept a part of the time. Capt. of those throe places. Judge Hargis Delph is an Odd Fellow and a Mason in condemned the troatment of Secretary good standing in the lodge here and his Carlisle at Covington and believes that it friends hope that ho can subetantiato his was more than probably the work of innocence, though they have no inclina- With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed Mark Hanna's dirt Bllcgers. The judge tion to abiold him from full punishment and Stubble. has consented to speak here Thursday if guilty of the charge. night when a feast of oratory and reason Mrs. Frank Montgomery, of Wash is promised. And the like, and you should see my stock andget my prices girl was before the grand ington, chastised her son Tbe little before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. jury yesterday, but no indictment had with a stick of stove wood and broke his arm. been returned at adjourment. SS-SJlSjIto-da- y. John Dinwiddip, L. C. Dunn, James io a. Green, W. O. Watte, J. E. Wright, G A Lackey, S. J. Embry, G. B. Barnett, J. B. of 3 Myers, 0. T. Epperson, L. B. Adams, H. long uou velP Youog, J. S. Bledsoe, W. G. Cowen, J. cileo-.oercc H. Taylor, J. M. McRobert, J. R. Halts, $10. for M.S. Peyton, J. W. Bailey, Alex Goodo, The trim-min- ce linvT.cc M.White, Wm. Btck, J. U. 3 $7.30. The for Raines and R. T. Mattingly. 3 opol-cThe several cases against Arthur Hiatt of io goode were filed with leave to reinstate as was 3t doce pooccoe that against John Ball for setting up and lout "boaet of crcat-c- r operating a gambling device. W. L. of Dudderarforcarryingconcealed weapors Thcoc James Floyd, do. and 0. G. Ware, obaToove 3 taining goods undor false preteineB, each failed to appear and their bonds, were TrE.A G.T $12.50, declared forfeited. Thotms Gill, for discw. turbing religious worship will have a Other goods of course I have but mention only these because I think hearing Tom Hendricks for carrying concealed weapons waB acquitted this is about what you xoill want. The price of my Overcoats runs from. and Henry Kitts fined J20 and Hardin $2 to $15, which will give you a variety to select from. Belden io for disorderly conduct. At 2 Hoping that you will call in and inspect my line before purchasing o'clock the court adjourned in order to and that you will bear in mind the quality, style and fit of my gargive the speakers a chance. ments. Very Truly, SHANKS. Hollz-claw.- J. you will r.ccc3 cr. Ovcrooci Vrvlc Itfir.xcr arJ 3 wrUc to icll you cwtou.1. come of iVic VrUn,go in. this line 2 Kcvc io offer. 3rrporiJ JTlcUorto, 41i,cvioio and eff cole ana1 iV.cy c-- Vkc cloVko mozi in eviA-iric Bear Sir 3 carv dence, while there erect variety in the style and length thcoc carmento. n "lclton Sloth can cell a perfect fitting sat with a cilk vet collar and lined with only Cheviot with came and only can make you ictrican atovc, a which effect, comcthina -- a not like Chinchilla. the duratilitu certainly the latter can much cupericrity in appearance. are trimmed very much like tne othcre and err. which when you have cccn you will recognize ae very ., 3SXi)S SX50(S2e2iX4 al be-aid- al NEW GOO JlJSo 11 Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBBRTS. FARRIS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. com-fortabl- e. Prices to Suit The Times HHl THE CI SB'S IMPERIAL FLOW, m WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, B. K. WEAREN. -- ? WBpmyii, nwu. 'Jj 'J'-- r, icn--tjBrr-- -- "- 'l.i 1,1 ) w.uwiwifiMi'iiritiifi,5iwrapif,i mir uminu -- TW T r SHMHWHttteilMflMMai iii'iniftiiiiiiita' ,?;'. r SEMi-WkEKlV CRAB ORCHARD. INTERIORJOURNA! ROYAI f ROYAL.' IJJ bllL POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar Daking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United StatesGov-emineReport. ROYAL BAKENG POWDERICO. nt New York. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, that we shall eive Ky. S6TFAIR WARNING.- We want to give thoe who owe us fair warning I hem two weeks rnoro to settle ud with us. and if thev do not come up in that time, we shall nut their accounts inc. the hands of irrii nnv iv r v t tn ouicer. .nr.ninuo uivu&iv, .. T COAL J F. BARKER, Proprietor, I as vm want at the lowest possible prices for Cash. Officp. Mill St. and Railroad Crossing. ODDOsite Roller Mills. J. B. HIGGINS, SUnlcrd, Ky. 37 I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Par Day. Remodeled and refurntshpil throughout. Larf e sua Commodious sample Kooms. Halls and oflice connected ty Electric Bells, 47 rrumpt.and polite cervice to cuests. PUBLIC SALE I As Admlniitratorof I. W. Bibb, I will sell at publ.c outcry at his tarm on the btanioru ana I , llustonviue pike on Saturday, Nov. 7th, 1896, Thfl following property: Entire crop of Com, about 400 shocks, stacks of Timothy Hay, three stacks of Clover and Timothy Hay, two ahorse Wajjou, Harness and Farming Wagons, Implements two ajed Mules,: aged horse, two a No. i yearling Jack, Saw and aged jennets, Pigs, Cow and Calf, a yearlings ic. 1nv m smaiIa 1 ii i n J. P. Chaodle , Auctioneer. n i 1 r rf Cfll WILLIAM BECK.Admr. ." FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. - Capital Stock- - SIOO.OOO Surplus ithatthislstheoJly National 23,700 i "Attention of the public is invited to the Ut Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank only by the capita, are secured not stock, but by the stockholders liability lor M amount equal to the stock, so tost depositors o ChU instituuon are secured by a fund of Jaoa.ooe of Vlf aworn statements thethecondmon or the ban) United art made each yeartoare examined States govarn timw at meiit and Its assets agents, thus securing addititoni by government and perfect safety to depositors. Thi institution, ongically esublishea as tn Deposit Bank of Stanford ia 1858, then Med as the National Bank ol Stanford in iSoj nac Back e First National uninter-rupte- o Sunlord in i35i, has had practically an supplisi of 3a years. It is better existence now with tacilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long am honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu ciarusJ, firms and Individuals respectfully solic td ocaiare-organiiedasth- d Th Directory ol this Bank is composed ol Forestus Iteid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J, K. Coiliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. H. llaughinan.i Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble. Stauford; M. O. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Veruon,Ky J.B. Hocker, President; Joo. J. McKoberts, Cishlor; A. A McKinney, Asst.CashUt Farmers Bank&Trast Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co OF STANFORD, KY., Isnowfulljlorjanired and ready for business wlti $200,000. 20,000. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) witn tne ami assets and undsi the same uuaement. By provisions of itschaiter, depositors are at fully protected as ate dcposltora in Nation Banks, its shareholders being held Individualli luole to the extent ol the amount of their stocs on therein at the par value thereof . actaj amount invested in such sharos. It inajfully at executor, administrator, trustee, 4c as " attaa-tiowith us. offering as a guarantee fcr prompt experience it to sarae.our twenty a.e cos caakm, and as liberal accomaodattons ai siitent with sound banking. entrusted their buisiuesi to tu Bank al while mnaging the Lincoln Nationalthanks ant we here tender our many Stiniord, transact their busmest trust they will continue to n "Todthosewho 7"" J J. William, Mt. Vernon; DIHECTOHS: S.H. Shauks,-Jstaulor- J.S.Owsley, Sunlord, S J.Eiubry, Sunford; J.B. Owsley, Stanlori; Willum'Goojh.jStantord; A. V.,,Carpeuier,tMlllegeTtll1 W.'H.lCuramini.'Preachau i'.'t Stanks, President, Dr. J B. J. F Cash, Stanford; S H 0s'ej W Cathier, 1. Blight, Teller. which ho maintaiiuxl tho garment ancestral. "Yon." 0 There wns consternation iu hisvi'ngo "Wanl, decision wna icsrrvcd to lot ns he put himself ou end, plunging his about 80 of them 10 men dio oil and hands despaired in his pockets. Tho tho odd man trade hisiitlefnraiuewll" trunk was ranged iu the corner of tho M. Quad. little chamber of the fourth stagn in a and hnlf American nnd olTo of tho house, onco noble, on the street IJleeek r hut, Tho Vlsli.n t'T llio l'a meanest critters to bo found fur a hunor, when) tho Count Do Vnurien, a spirI. dred miles nrouud. Neither ono of ' in it strung, elegant, witli his friend, thu is wuth plantin over six inches deep, bravo and handsome Breton, Yvon, and nrter tho trial this court hopes to Marqnls Do Tagueraguo y liobbetaille, eco tho pair run outer town on ginoiul domiciled themselves modestly iu waitprinciples. ing tho routs enormous from their "This ycro court, ns is known to estates. most of yo, owns tho Red Dog saloon But grnco to tho nobility of their ncross tho creek. It nr' needless to add names renowned, thoy possessed tho entry to tho high society of New York. that drinks, poker and other, things nr' dispensed over thar fur cash, and Tho ladles opulent and charming of thu tho roputashun of Red Dog ar' second city were to knees lxforo them, and thu to uono in this woolsoy west. List papas, plutomilliouaires, each day thorn night was u busy timo nt tho Red Dcg. prayed tn assist at thu high ceremonials. This court had to help wait ou tho bur, Yes, tho trunk was there, but where chuck threo men out of doors nnd wns the shirt, that apparvl of antiquity another, and when midnight enmo he glorious, which his valiant ancestor, 11. haggles lo Fatigue, hud brought back went to bed tired ont. Ho had just got to sleep when n critter gallops up on a from tho crusades and which for no broncho and pounds on tho door and many generations had boon tho chumiso yells that he wants jestico. unique of this family noble? " 'Who in it?' kcz L All tho season ho (Hector Mnrio) had " 'Sam White,' sez he. bravely flashed its glittering front be' 'What's tho hullabaloo?' fore tho rich and lovely ones of Now " 'Ono Legged Pete has Rtolo my York, and had they not mado him some wifol' pretty compliments ou its uxpuuso uud " 'Waal, go'n steal Fomo other crlt- polish? tcr's wifol' But where was it? " 'Bnt I wants jestico. ' "Sacred namo of a dog," himself "Yes, dnrn his hide, ho wanted jescried tho count 0:10 timo of more, " tico, and ho wouldn't bo satisfied till I "where is, then, tho shirt of my got up nnd agreed to hcv Ono Legged Ho was arrested this III. Peto arrested. Thero wiw no reply, although tlionr mornin, and thar he R I'vo talked wan another ono in the apaitrnent. Yvon, Marquis de Tagueraguo. with him, and I'vo talked with tho But woman, and I'vo also had nir nnsn in he couched himself iu thu bed. tho sta toots fur au hour or more. Now, And so replied not. . then, fustly, as tho woman weut away Hut slept ho? williu'ly with tho prisoner ho didn't Wo go to sio. Bteal her; Fccondly, under tho statoots Ah! of this territory a woman ain't property Advancing to tho bod with somo utops and can't bo stole; thirdly, any critter rapid, tho count himself addressed to hevin sich a humbly wife as sho ar' him in a voice strident. orter be willin to pay iS0 to hov her Tho marquis replied without hini.'clf stole; fourthly, Sam Whito was right opening his eye. ffithar when his wife jumped on tho boss "What hast thou, then, that thou behind Peto and rid away. He had a mnkast mo tho big roar?" Lustigo Blattor. rillo bosido him, nnd he's n good shot. "What Is it that I have? What I Ho could hov plunked the both of 'em havo is that I have not the shirt of my Another to Hcur I'rom. Dost thou know where sho nnd tho boss to boot, but did ho do itS Wifo (examining tho bill) Do yon nnewitors. pot right thar and seen No, sireol Ho is?" rcmomlcr, my dear, how muuy trout 'em go, and thou ho mounts his knock-knee- d you caught "How thou art droll!" last Saturday? ole broncho and ridos 'lcvtn miles "That is not a reply. Dnst thou were jnst IS, all Husband Thr-rto pound ou tho hack door of the Red know?" beauties. Why? Dog saloon and yell fur jesticol'' "Oh, make mo tho silencel" Wifo fishmonger a "Your honor," paid Sam's lawyer, mistake; Tho only charges has made u An aspect furious mounted to tho fighe for half "my client ar' a peaceful, law nhirlin" ure of the count. dozuj. Advancing his hand desperate, ho re"Shot npl" thundered the judge. "Wo know Sam Whito from top to too, tired rapidly tho bd"lothi-H- . There was Another Doulilt) Slnuilaril. nnd tho court don't want any of yer gab "Madam," said tho facetious tioliti-ca- l extended tho marquis euveloKsl in tho in this cnol Has tho prisoner's lawyer canvasser as he paused outsido tho shirt of tho ancestors of tho count. got any words to shoot oil?" The count pushed it cry furious, gato, "are you a bimotallist?" "Wo hov nothin to say," replied tho "Misernble!" ho thundered. "AsThe woman in bloomers glared at counsel. sassin of tho honor of my shirt of famhim from tho porch. tlion, quickly, lest "Which nr' jest ns well fur ye, Tom "No," sho said, "I'm a bifurcation-ist- . ily, remove it, Ah, frierrd infamous,I Thatcher I" growled his honor. "If Get out." Cleveland Plain Denier. thee Ktrnngle. ye'd snid ton words in favor of tho did'st thou not know that I had to lead prisoner, I'd hov sentenced him to bo tho cotillon at tho houso of tho rich IHiKlly. Tim Intuit Thk nraver meeting at tUe MethoJist Ujisondownos They toll mo that Smitt tonight?" was of unusual hung! Pete, ye blamed olo reptile, what church Thursday night mado yo steal that woman?" "And havo I not to (lino at tho MilGnffnw and his friend Windo, tho interest and very entertaining from ihe "Sho wanted to ho stole," replied orator, don't even recognize each lionaire Jones' this evening?" bitterly fact that there was a mixture of politics Pete. other on tho street of lata Do you know oxclaimod tho marquis. "Ami is it not and religion, and for the same reason the "Wanl, ye'vo pot hor, and now keep what tho trouble was alxiut? that my shirt is in retard from tho washerwoman?" nraver meeting at the Baptist church her, hut don't never do it agin. Sam Kezar Yes, Outlaw sent tho orator "Miserable!" himself cried again the Friday night was similir, emphaaizd, White, why didn't yo shoot tho smoke a gas meter. Chicago News. count. Baptist brother, wearing a Pal- colored cuss when ho como fur ycr when a "Ah, thou mo makest fatigued!" All Tlihic; I'lmMbltt ti Science. mer and Buckner pin, got up and stated wife?" "I left him to tho law." First Scientist Havo yon reproduced grumbled tho marquis. that the guiding hand of the Great Jeho"Oh, ye did! Well, mohbo it's jest as that fossil "Rise, thou, and dnss thyself!" cried yot? vah should bo implored in the rapidly well as tho law is big 'null and broad Second Scientist Almost, hut here's tho count in a voiry terrible. "Tho approaching election as to how ballots 'uuff to take keer of both of ye. When I ono bono that I can't inuko head nor thou comest to offer mo demands shou'd be cast. In reply a Methodist was elected jestico of tho poaco iu and tail of. thy blood." With these words desperately signifibrother arJ3 and Bild that the afore fur tho comity of Devil's Elbow, it was Nonsense. New First Scientist cant, ho restored tho shirt of his ancessaid button made a disclosure as to ita ginerally understood that everybody York Frets. tors to tho trunk and drew from behind wearer, who stated afterwardB how he could hov law and jestico by tho shovelSome IMIJiTrnrr. ful. Yo had tho right to jwp at Pete, it two sabers of much strength and withhappened to have it on, and then "What do they mean by 'salting' a sharpness. poli but no right to wake this court up. Yo mino, popper?" asked tho out any body being convinced that small boy. aro tharforo fined $25 and costs, which "As thou wilt," said tho marquis tics and reliuion will mix, a Presbyterian will bo about as much more. Yo hol- "Is it anything liko salting meat?" "No, indeed," answered Mr. brother made an opportune talk, and the lered fur jestico nnd hov got it, and if "Now, then, friend traitorous, iu "When a man salts moat, it is gunrd!" cried tho count wherr tho congregation was dismissed. In lbul tho boys wasn't goin to ruu you outer marquis had completed his toilet by tho politics got into tne religion of the mem- - town I'd doublo tho flue. Pete, how becauso ho wants to keep it." Cincinnati Enquirer. pinning of his collar to his overcoat. bars of the Baptist church here, some much money yo got?" "About $.r.O." "One of us two quits not tliis chamber and aorao the Reb lakinc the Union elds Olio of It Mcimlug. "Then I'll gin yo a doso of jestico nt alive!" of the impending iesue and for many el Daughter Papa, what doos this 10 tho sniuo time. The vnrdict is thnt yo A light demoniac flashed itself into veara a hich old time waa experienced, pay a fine of $15 for being tho cause of to 1 mean? tho eyes of tho marquis. Ho camo to Mother I interrupting) It means form a plan horrifying. thoae on one eiJe eaying that the others this yero row, nnd as court udjourns muBt be turned out of the church. A we'll go over to my saloon and yo kin that everywhere you go you will find "It is us thou sayest?" he sneered. apecial prayer meeting was called on a spend $10 or $15 moro treating the 10 people talking politics to who isn't. "It is true" Truth. "Thou swearost that but one of us court dav by the pastor, Rav. LaRup, crowd. Somebody hit that Chi unman quits this chamber alive," HuiK I'rnlil. tn moia a uiill crronipr nfTnrt to bridge the asleep agin tho wall fur contempt of "Yes." "I think," observed tho tragedian chasm widoning between the brethren court in not keepin nwake, and court "Then thou art lost!" replied tho Ih9 will then adjourn and rush bizuess as ho dodgrd a caulifiower, "that I did who were not dwelling in unity. across tho creek." not exaggerate when I said that things marquis with frightful emphasis. And pastor, his two little sons, Tom and Jim were coming my way." Now York moving himself slowly toward the door LaRue. and mother, were the only per Decision ItexrrTcri. ho it opened. Press. sons present, however, the membera a 1 I had a letter of introduction to a "Poor fool," ho said, extending a finI.oii-- ; Dniuii Out. ger menacing to tho courrt. "Then this sating 'twas no time to pray; greHt error, justico of tho penco in ono of tho small "How did you feci when Charlio was chamber is thy tomb, for I leave it and a right bad case of politics will work , towns of the Cumberland mountains, alive, and thou art tho fated ono that any church, es nnd ono day, when I arrived to present proposing?" similarly every time In say yes if ho over got dost rrot. " "I felt Elsewhere tban( it, I learned that ho was busy with a through. "sure I'd proven. hittory haa Clcvelaud Leader. his oflice. I walked down to And with a faco te,rriflc uud unmoved God's house is the proper place for po lawsuit at to find ho shut tho door upon tho count and it full of armed men. tho place, . J. r. Wll I'rfimntl. litical discupsions. to dio! Thomas J. Vivian iu Thero wero nbout SO witnesses and "Everything is on wheels now; oven him left Journal. Now York friends of tho plaintiff and an equal bill collectors Mrs. Chantv Ward, ol Old Town ride." number for tho defendant, and overy "That's all rinht. I havo a bicyolo Ridj!e, Ark., locked her three children man had a ritlo and looked Ecrious. A Ono Kxiiliinutlon. up at her home and went to church. ten gallon keg of whisky was tho cnuse myself. " Chicago Record. "Why do men always bet hats on nn When she returned the house was burn of tho suit, and tho witnesses contraelection?" nid tho man who inquires. The llitrnl C'liiKllilatti. dicted each other at every turn and ed and the children cremated. Wlii'n Jtmstoii run for ollk'u. "It's vory simple," replied tho man Why, 'twould done you k'kwi to hear who sneers, "By the timo tho campaign Deputy Sheriff Lamb, of Hartford, wero seemingly auxibus for a row. It The wny hi r:M nioiiojiollot is over tho old ones aro invariably worn Conn., has sued Herbert Bissell for $1,- - was plain enough to mo that if tho jusIn rlupln word mt rlitir. out by tho talking that's been dune The jiapers lied lit ptiitar of a crowd who rode tice decided for either party thero would COO for being oue fuinlily'1, hwry ono. bo shooting to follow, but lie was a man through them." Washington Star. An him on a rail because they objected to who know his business. There was no They 'low.il at VYtlliuiu .linnon Was "the ilutrlc's fav'rlto hon." The Look, his attentions to a young lady of that city. jury, und when the case closed ho said: Thereupon tho fairy princess gave tho The remains of Henry Pennington, a When JitiiMM run for olllco, "In tho fust place, this yero whisky VDiy, he run both morn :in night. fairy princo a freezing look. noted mountain desperado, of Leslie was moonshine whi&ky, and if thar's IIo m!7i d each faruiur' horny hand "Farewell," ho exclaimed. three years ago, much said nbout it the government will couuty, who disappeared As Hhotik V:u left mi rlylit. Taking the look, ho wont into tho ice n tliiuiii(l Imbca. lie l nt Hvden. A bullet ho.e step in and wallop Loth sides of the were found near Sjicli tvurdi. u kcU (Uotuo business and lived happily tu thu end of in the skull showed that he had been case. Iu tho next place, thar aro about He iiiri.T'H, :r.o lnothern' Mirs his life. Detroit Tribune. 00 p'ints of law which I must look up To rlvtt fathers' votos. murdered. bofo' comin to a decision. I tharforo anQuite u Difference. William Gray, after Beveral days' ill He ran lioth lute an early. , nounce that decision is resarved, and Ou the stump he'd oft ornto Telephono Superintendent (over tho ness, diml to all appsarances at Jefferson-v.llego we'll tako a drink from tho keg and How a "rliiun" wuru crushln Inbor wiro) Hello there, you! No swearing Ind., but while the mourning rela- home. ' ' Jew' fu iure a any fto. through tho telephone. Dut It ctime ul'.iitf November, were waiting for 'the undertaker he tives Later on, it the justice's home, I said An lie eued the more, thoy say, Irato Subscriber I ain't swearing sat up and asked the cause of tho grief. to him: When Jluisoii tun fur olllce through tho telephone, I'm Hwearing at 1 caso you "That wua a plain An tliu ollice cot uwuy. He says he is going to gat well and wi it. New York Weekly. Itoy FarMl Oreeno In Troth. day?" yjte in November. p-Go-ve- r, arret-tors?I The public achool will bo cloaed (or until the danger of eprendiog diphtheria has passed, as parents feel qotnewhut alarmed nt ita appearance in our villaco. One of our best known young gentlemen will wed n Madison county belle about tho middle of next month and Madam Rumor says Rues3 who. The Indian Medical Co. closed their week's entertainment Saturday night and left Monday. Everybody wrb well plpa3ed with their performances and the are all very refined, nice people. Rav. Mr. Tinsloy will preach at the Christian church Wednesday night. It is the desire of the Christian churches at Hrodhead and Mt. Vernon that the church here unite with them and employ a preacher for the year to preach at each place once a month and divide the extra Sunday. Miss Jennie Ritchie is expected to leave for Texas this week, tier sister, Miss Margaret, will fill her position at the College. MissRty. of Garrard, and a young lady friend whoao name I failed to learn, are visitors of Mrs. Curtis Mrs. Dr. Oldham, of Madison, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ohria Newland. Mr. James Gilkeraon gave a sound money 'possum dinner Friday, to which only sound money men were invited. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McOlure, of McKinney, arc visiting his mother and other relatives. Patsey Edelen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Terklns, died at an early hour Saturday morning of that dreaded disease, diphtheria, and was buried Sabbath morn at 11 o'clock. Patsey was a very beautiful child and being of an unusually bright mind, was of course a pet with all and the idol of her parents and brothers, who have the sweet consolation of knowing that In this life's long night of sadness, He will give thee peace and gladness, Soul forget not iu thy pain, God o'er all forever reigus. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Broohp, of and Mr Will Brooke, of Louare with their mother and sister isville, in Crab Orchard. Mr. Will iB at home to vote for Bryan. Mr. D. B. Carson, of McMinnville, Tenn., spent Eeveral days witu bis brother, Mr. J. E. Caraon, and sister, Mrs. Brooks, and tried hard to convert Mr. Carson to a McKinley man, but failed, lie loft for the big rally in Louisville Saturday. Mrs. Mary Green, ofPineville, visited her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Carson. She went to Stanford Saturday to spond a fw days with Mifs Sallie Green at tho Joeeph Price Infirmary and will then visit Danville. lion. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, and Judge Robert J. Breckinridge, of Danville, addressed the Bryan Club Saturday. Mrri. T. B. Warren, of Lebanon Junction, is Mr. John visiting her father Warren. few dnya g, in-la- Everything passed off quietly at the rimm Thursday. SKETCHES BY M. QUAD J ml Co Hoko "This ycro court bcin i court of law and now open fur bizness," said Jndgo Hoko of Snmly Bend m ho looked around on tho crowd, "I will purcuel to cnt mat tors short nnd fiivo the comity of Devil's Elbow !o0 in cash by stut-i- n tho case. Over thar on my right sits thnt blamed kyoto known ns Sum Whito. Ho's tho compluinivut iu this case, and ho's tryin his durndest to look liko an abused man. Over thar on my left sido Is Ono Legged Pete, who's half greaser if Snmly limit. A TALE OF A SHIRT. "Yes. Tha keg belonged to Abo Jones," ho replied. Two Noblemen of tlm 1'renrli (Jmirtrr, "But you didn't so decide." Now York, mill Tlivlr Oimrrel. "No." liof- A literal translation from tho "What wns your idea of reserving lets or IVrro Ilolipln. decision?" "Sacred iinuioof a dog, where is tlion "Thar was about 40 men iu thur, tho nhirt of my ancestors?" wasn't thai?" It was Hector Marie, Count Do Van "Yos, about 10." rien, who made this inquiry frenetic ns "And all had gnm?" ho withdrew his head from the trunk in KtV. 'IGAA'O W. "RIGGS. National I'urty'n No.iilnco for (lorernor or Illinois iU'kIciiii mil MuniKirta llryun, AltRcliI und I Ten SJ Iter. Rev. Imiuo W. Higga tins rcKigncd "Yes, all hud gun" . "And evcryljotly rendy to shoot?" tho nomination of tho uutloual party for governor' of Illinois, and haa accompanied his resignation with an uridrosis to his tHirty, from which thu following is taken: "I am albo couKtrttlned to say thnt I ahull cast my oto and intlueuco In support of tho Chicago democratic platform uud Ita candldntcH, and would ho glad to have oory nationalist lrt thu state do the name, an I bcllovo thai, next to tho national party, tho demo- u people, and Unit iu tho future, tho prl lieges and tho Illortlca of a frco hUiTrnge to the wugu carnerH of tho nation will largely depend upon tho result of this coming election." Rev. Mr. Hlgg mtikcH u Btrong of tho grvnt corporations for coercing dependunt labor, denounces tho political mcthoda of Wall htrcet, ns explnlned by Houry Clown, nnd close with a strong appeal to tho membera of tho national party to cnut their voteB for Brynu nnd Altgcld and free nllver. ll Hanna four year of poirer aad ha would iialul thn Wlilto lluuio black. Ho will utterly destroy cery vcitiga of trtides unionism, for ho will havo tho unny, tlio nuy und tho treasury at his command. Ho will dbtcorcr that It it cheaper to abolish manhood nuffragu than to buy votes; nnd next November may bo tho lotchaco thnt monoykvia men ever may huvo to record their ote.s for president. Many republican, worklugUN'n nro thoughtlessly going to tho ballot box junt an an ox goes to a borlwcuo gnyly 'teoomtod in honor of Ita own deatlu lUrv. Herbert U. Cannon, Lynn, Mnra. a WrT, 5tr SlrKlnlpy, jim otnr of jrtKir BlKwh what ywu think of monniMilIra anil tnicta. You intra yem not? Do hrartl of inch tlilntrs you think they ara n liilj;iilllraiit that you nr-- l not rrrn mention thruiT Yon huro utitdn morn than hnlf u tiundrrd tMrhi-- , imd not 11 won! lutvejou nixikrn altout tnitt unil iiiinIUti, Wull ttrrot latva, Uie nrrtarh-meiit- it nyndlriite. untl-lnn- it Mr. .MrKlnlry, of eMiriMiruIr l-t cratic party tost represent the iutor-est- n of tho great mass of tho common " tWv . II krwrw tn uiin ...q. i& Tr htt -- JL ximpllnir hlleme It U ilailt lou. ident U err. iinilcoiiictliuri nllirr are nhaoluU'ly confThe dcmcK-raithat llryan will carry Iowa by In 13v: the state gave Harrison and 23,-0O- 0. SlU.MKl t'leelund, Weaver und tho caadiduto 222,!sa voioa. Tho oto is now consolidated on Urjnu, nnd to its. majority of 3,3b5 over Harrison iu IbVS must bo added u change of SfS.uOO free silver republican votes. The dcmocrntM will not lose goldbug otcs. nnd thus confidently count on n nafe mnjority, and a gain of prohibition 10,-0- ecNcru! U u colli Ti.-IJit- congreumeu. li uiii McKlnlry. It would tin Inl errs tltic to knn-- r If thr rlittut III tho notp Mhlrli .Murk lluntui' yndlrutx hold uculntt ono Wil- Which Is better, tho freo uud unlimited coinage of nihrr, or the frc nnd unlimited Issuance of ltonds necessary to uupport thu gold utundurd? 1 1 Poland Chinas For Sale. Thirty choice thoioughbrtd i'olcrd Chinn Ilos bow, and i!oai icailr lur Gilts, of ll rrvicc, for tale at low eilrft Ai.y kind ol (train hungc Conic toon and (fl the lU. taVrniuti I'calcKcs luiLUKdon p(licatlon. jm-litic- al tr, II DlhlKI.I, OtKuhcim, Ky 1TOTICE II ( 1 I in-sn- lt it I.. are riqu tiled Thoie 1 1 1 I evlri clalai icaltitl the late ' piuvn. ) W. lo present them to me at ence WM llt.CK Ailmr , Mtntoid, Ky. Miss Bottt V. Logan, Hustonvillo. Ky., Desires to announce tn her old cuitmeii and Irleiida that her Diess Making I'ailvtt ate now oicn lur viiilofn abd invileaanj detitlss net sci. II eailr aril xcure dates. jl-- t Bitt-wunt- z. '"lc TBEES I TE3ES ;A 1 1 FALL, 1896. Ln 1 Full slock nl Fruit and Ornamental Tries, bmall I ruin, Asj ariKUi, and rtciy W and Gaideu thlii: for Uir I ichiril, ernrloy no .Agents, Try us en puces to ie the difference bitwtcn those of a grower atd dralcr. Catalogue od application to H. V. 1I1I.1.KNMI:VEH, he amnion, Ky. Gratx-Vino- , '7, Two Farms For Sale. Kaim No. 1 loi.iaini 291 acres In Wiihlnstcn county, Ky . the crtater part ol which Is In itrass; well watered; wnn grcxl lrnpi(,cments, includ- iisf l n.ti.l icol Klcco lu.ni (01 ic acie tup. Tint Ibim l slluauU in what is pronounced nc b,si dlstt ci in hcnluikt for M.lle llurlc) Cumlcitablvrcsldibcu hkusv. No. a cor.talt.1 o acres in name Ircahly, with l.rick dwelling. Larie atocl and li.liacco hams. Uric ol the best inpioted tain a in the 'lo-tac- count, N IV Iloth far ma are in fine stile of preieivatlon, a. ell watered ond fciicttl Cloelo K Jt. dtj ot, schools, market and on a tine luiupile. ror lulnrmation applj to J. N. SAUNHI KS, " btanloid, Kj. I 1 WEW JM1LL1NERY. '11 elaun things in i.n.l Winter Mllllneiy now in slock and the ladies cf Manfotd and ticini-i- v It 11ed to call 111 and sic the latest styles. aiu Misa laibon hatarnsid and i ready to wait on her eld custuimrs and at many new ones as will come. MIS LICCIU 1IEAI.KY, .Stanlctd, Ky. 111 kiH-'t- alto boards and (hlngles. All persons any article ol this kind can call on me at my store 1 far Cc'sr Cieck. Jiipet6,'g G. W. SINGLKTO.V. 31K fence.post and railing or wiie fines, can ficd what they want at m tioic nrar Crdar Creek, on the piki icbultiK frcm CihIi Uichard lo hlanlord I also keep alwas , tu hand a gcod aupply plank 'cr lelicing. All kinds ot lumber for building 11 1 All persona desiring Locust Posts for plank pur-pest- si K liaamm.,tnni.a'1' " UnKii . ,.tfU est STsS ki