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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896103001 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. Semi Weekly Interior vol. xxv. MA TR1M0NTA L MA Journal NO. 70 g, STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER TTERS. LANCASTER, 30.-189- 6. GAlillAllD COUNTY. LWERTY, CASEY COUNTY. TtiHuday niKht ft James W. VHiiiiook Riiil .MIhb Murlim J. Kltld will lie mnrrlui! to-da- J h ( ' & a thohome of Dr. 0. L. lierrin. wMcli vaa Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Miller and boob well attended and Rroatly er joyed. are visiting relatives in Frankfort. Mlea W. 8 Stouo, who has been visiting John.G. Franklin, BuedT aud A largn attendance is exptcted at his brother in WaliinRtoi, D. U., for 8lllu Ilnrrip, 22, worn mado ono at How- I'resbvterian church next Sunday. 1Djj Green. ilirro rnontliB, returned home Minday, the Mr. Charles Finley, of Williams-burE 1'. Graves and Mi88lCnlly,daiil" lookinRRreatly improved in 1'Uilth and Wednesspoke et tho court-housever.il pounds heavier. tar of D. M. Ohonault, of Madison, weio day evening, married Wodueaday. JiuIro W. S. Stone, of Jamestown, E.der Tinaley is conducting an interA Chicago woman was awarded a bus been in this county in the interest i i .... esting meeting at Brodhead. Many at judgment of $1,600 acainst a New York ,e.i, anui: m nemoi nts Mre reponalt)le nf our ticket. Ho epoko at Dnnnville. This Space will be occupied ior me Ufivinutoii allair, the republicans w)(,r(. t WBH reported Secretary of State tend ii)ght'y. man for broach of promise. next week by F. B. Twid-welMrs. Kuid'e Delsarte class, of this in Nw nuiKt be to hi uiih for the iiif uita otlered oharlea Finley would meet )m. By some Dr. Walter May la in Druggist, Hustonville York charge.d with iwvlnu flvo viva. to Mr Hryau. Hut lece,,t men, of all mh(inB Mr F. jj.j not materialize. Some place, wih give an entertainment at Saturday evening. p4rtl'H, will condemn huc i action uy- - local talent, however, who will offer innumerable tLo youiiRuat of whom is 12. was present to There will be three big barbecues Divorcees may use tho name of their wnere. meet the eloquent, argumentative Judge Bargains. Watch for it. Gen. I W Hardin, ono ol the ablest and we are Informed that the republi-can- o given by the democrats Saturday. At former husbands. A St Louis decision Grove three distinguished speak champions of the CdicaRo ticket, will tettltsil the question for the Aral time. aro cursing becauso no abler talent Walnut ers are expected, Mema. O. O. WilliamB, Bronston, slater of 0. J. close the campaign, for tills pine, by was preseut to tnfot Mr. Stone. Miss Nellio R J. Breckinge and J. B. Thompson A lironaton, was married at Lexington to speaking to the cit'zins of Garrard, on Tbo Itt. Rv. Andy Jackson Gibony, general good time is expected. Mr. Sherman Dudley, n lawyer ol Hyde Monday, Nov. 2 I, at 2 i m, i'reparations A. U. 0. & T. S , (Absolute, Unqualified Mr. Wm. Head has placed h'.B pho was a are being mado for a grand democratic Ousser and Tobicca Spitter) who is Park, CuicaRO. The marri is hilled for a speech known among tils most intimate friends tograph Rallery near the station and is rally. Gov. Bradley surprise to social circles. W. A. EsteB, of California, and Mrs. the same day. Hon Charles E Hooker, by the familllar, pleasing and euphoni- doing a large business in his line. Mr. night for L zzle M. Youn, a comely widow, were of Mlsslsaippi, nn ablo democratic orator, ous appellation of "Dick," is completely Homer Miller left Monday . I l. I V . made a telling speech here on Tuesday. route hia home in Texaa. Louisville, en I. Uulieil utiari nuu rnuu uj 1..n ... iwn carried away by the all absorbing free George Brown, a prominent farmer, silver idea, having read eviry piece of Mica Lida Cook, a lovely little belle of Slzemore yesterday. Tho bride is a bIb knocked Millard Denny, a colorod man, literature every campaign committee has Liviug8ton, is visiting at Judge Lair's. ter of Mr. 0. I. liutrman. As the republican leaders know that of London, who wr h down, with a rock, on Monday evening, gotten out in favor of the absolute free J. W. Jonea, will of violation of mail contract, likely putting out ono eye. Trial is post- and unlimited coinage of the white met- the turnout to the parade Saturday convicted owing to democratic demonstrabaa beon lven until December to secure poned until Thursday, Nov. otb. It al. He ia now going over the country be slim, tbey have a pardon. He was fined 1200 and )dven seems that Denny was drunk and be- - like a roaring lion to hear every advo- tions throughout the county, invited the women to ride in the pro GO days in jail. came insulting, in the presence of some cate of this pleasing theme, wherever he a aentence ol in order to swell the ranks. We Our junior la in receipt of invitation ladles, while tbo procession was waiting can hear of an appointment, it matters will to the marriaue of Mlga Mary Huby, for Mrs. Henrv, at the depot. Mr. Brown not how remote. Tuesday he went to know that some of our Bister cities up en masse to see the novel Bight, asked him to keep quiet, when ho began Webbs X Roads, a little out of the way come daughter of Mr. L. H. Vauuhan, rf Tho Brodhead band will discourse Va, to Mr. Thomas llaakins BIr-u- to use vile epithets against Mr. Brown, place in Ruasell, to hoar Hon. J. II. WHAT WE CLAIM. In stating to the public our swetteat tnuBic to the enthusiastic popNov. 0 which is to occur and all who would vote for Bryan. Flood and haa not yet returned, Everybody Is Invited ulace Saturday. claims in regard to mak'ing it to their advantage to deal Mr. Lea F. Webb, of the L. A N.. Brown's actiou seems to be approved, by Monday the republicans were here t3 partake of the fresh pork, beef, light MIbs Ida, tho pretty dauRbtor of Mr. the better claea, in nil parties. and with us we always aim to state state only facts. We don't in full phalanx under the able and skilld Tho Lancaster band headed a" pro- ful management of Hon. 0. M. Babcock, bread and other good thlnRS. and Mrs. A. . Bontley, of LlvlnRBton, claim to have as many goods as the Shillito Co., Cincinlawver, Hon. W. B. 8mitb, of were lo have been married at S.'M last cession of 17 young ladies, 10 on white a Philadelphia banker, but they met the nati. We don't claim to save you 40 to 50 per cent, on district, and nlRht in tho Ohrlatian church at that horses, reprrsenting silver, and one on a sturdy, time tried democracy under the Richmond, elector for this by goods, nor do we claim to sell at cost, for we know that placaby Uev. J. B. Walker. A recep- yellow pony, representing gold, lo thu leadeiHhip of one more adroit aud wary others will speak. Go to Brodhead all means, If yon don't ro to Wildleor bride's home waa to folio, depot, on Monday evening, to meet sensible people know this is untrue. But our claims are tion at the than this capitilist from the city of K. Henry, who was to speak brotherly love. They met in joint de- - Walnut Grove. alter which the pair were oro to Louismodest and are these: At Wildie' on the K. 0. It. It., Gov. at tne court-houville to reside. that night. A large uim. i no proposition oi joiniepeaKmg -We carry as large a stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, R G. Williams will ad R ry gnd crowd witueiH-'the scene and wild en- was mado very naturally, as ouruiw, . oao,nM,l niH,n - Saturday Shoes ank Hats as you will find outside of the cities. Evc u unci i chimes. thusiasm prevailed. Many loot their Hon. John H. Flood, of Lexington, was mcon tiiu iigjduiivM campaign heads. Men hallooed for their favorite billed hern for 10 o'clock and Mr. Bab-cr- upon the vital question of this ery article is selected with great care style, quality and Kev. A. U. Barrow, of Baltimore, Hundreds o' Dounda of meat and bread candidates, bats flew in the air, and old for r. M. When the committees held a meeting at the Walnut Strict price all considered. We look for the very best value to have been subscribed by theentbuaits lUptlst church, Louiaviilc. and I. at SO men were heard to say, ttit they were met to arrange about time it waa very tic freeeilver, Bryan and prosperity men. sell at a given price. If it costs a few cents or a few dolreminded ol the scenes of Sd2and lfcOU, evident from the beginning that the readditions. hisThis will be the banner day in the lars more on the dozen, we buy it, knowing that a pleased rreacbinR atCnrlstlan church morn when ill country was invaded by ar publicans feared their ground, for tbey tory of Wildie. Many from adjoining customer is the best advertisement. We handle the volwould make no fair propooltio'n. Tho ing an-- night by the pastor. E.der J. T. m a counties are expected. -- The moat important campaign iu the only thing they would agree to was for Sharrard. Morning subject, "Uiu Hal-lume of business we do with less expense than Never before have the people been history of tho nation is drawing to a Mr Flood to open the debate in a speech Box, the Safeguard of thu Nation." of the business houses in this section. This we propose bo thrilled with love for any candidate will i.ot go to clone. HiHloriaus wM reap n rich har- of li hours with no rejoinder, an unUiv. A. V. aa that which the simplicity, eloquence to give our customers in values. Come and make a thorLondon to asalat in a meeting as wins an- vest in relating tht causes, inlluenciB heard of and unprecedented prccedeure and grandeur of William J. Bryan ough examination to see if our claims are true. We promnounced last Sunday but will till tiio reg ntid divisions, which combine to produce in parlUmentarv law; but being willing their hearts. Knowiiu from ise to look to your interests, as your interests are ours. ular appointments at the Baprist cburcl . the rcau't ol Tuesday's elecMon. It is to defend his cause against any opposi- experience what it ia to earn bread by -- Kev. L. W. Eckert. a I'niladelphia lime tocnuneel pace and harmony, and tion, he accepted the unfair division of tho sweat of the brow, hia heart beats in pator, surprised hia Hook tho other whatever the result may be, attempt to time, letting Mr. Babcock have the re- sympathy with every son of labor in the night by aaking them lo please reduce u ilte once more, ngainat tho republican mainder ol tho evening to answer him. feeling that in We buy for Cash and sell for Cash. party. There are many distinctive and Mr. Flood's speech was a moat logical, land. Knowing this and hia aalarv $500. He will be accommodafriend, the maparties, argumentative presentation of the sub- him they have a sincere eternal principles between tho ties ted. jority of the voters of this grand Nation Nov. Joalah Carneal, one of tho moat beside the money question, any one of ject, closed by an eloquent appeal in bewill show their confidence in his sincer's prominent Methodist miuiaters in Ken- which is eullicient to cuise us to vote half of our standard bearers. Mr. ity next Tuesday by putting tho X watucky, died at his borne near Trenton, the democratic ticket. We can not sgreo dry, newBpaperzsd talk was good .C"OIOOIIv der the rooster. aged S7 yuus. He was tho father of 21 in every particular, end yet thero are from a banker's view and presented in tochildren, 10 of whom are living, and was many reasons why we should vote n good light as one could expect ftom IN THE ELEVENTH. a remarkable cbatne'er in church hioto- - gether. There are those who believe that that standpoint. It was not well receiv- Dtepkable Maim Jieiwj UumiI to Defeat many, who havo threatened to bolt, will ed, while Mr. Flood's was received noU'hitc. It has been suggested by Mrs. J, W. return to thoir first love, and, when the bly aud all felt that Mr. Babcock was Bahhourvillk, Ky Oct. 29th. -- It ia llaydenthatto improve singinR at tho critical moment cornea, put the cross un- completely Flood(ed)out. unusual for this section to have an excit various churches, the several choirs meet der tho rooster. It is diflicult to see how ing election, but we are getting down to together one night each week, at tho a democrat can ignore the will of the b A RM AND TRADE ITEMS. who have an organ or majority, and trample under foot all it now and the war paint is being spread homes of those W. G. Cowan sold to J. W. Allen for practice. The nights are long kinds of organlzitiou, simply becauee he on freely. The republicans aro biting piano, of shoata at 2.1)0. 6S"Best Brands. New and First and Best Quality." each other ' foro and aft," the trouble and tit' meetings could be mado Inter- oppose one principle set forth in the bunch Twenty heats havo been paced in growing out of the White nnd Oolson esting and profitable. As tho Initiatory platform. 2:04 or hotter this season. -Congressional race. Although Colaon step In this direction, all who are Inter&W. M. Matheny bought of R. G. gained the contest suit on a tfchnialty, In will be a good tl ing are ested in what SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Collier a lot of com put in his crib at tho opinion of Judge Hazolrigg there requested to meet at the Baptist church Either in Duck or Leather. Now is the time to buy. Mrs. Mary T. Mann, of Morcer ioun-ty- , SOc. o'clock. were gross frauds perpetrated by Coleon next Sunday afternoon at Horace Grover, of Scotf, sold to in tho primary election held last August. died Sunday, Oct. 18, of paralysis, In J. F. W. Wheil, 100 head of 1,550 pound cattle at I waa informed by ono of the election Appefcl the Slat year of her age. Tho Memphis Commercial Centre Ollege will play State Col- 4 cente. . the ballots which came from has full reports of Key. J. V. Updike's lege team, from Lexington, on the CenPence it Beck have bought of var'-ou- s Middleaboro were printed on tissue meeting at Kev. W. E. Ellis' church parties 105 1,000 pound cattle at 2Jc tre ffld, Saturday afternoon of this week. eo transparent that the officers could there that is fretting wide spread Robert McFerran has been returned A id will feed them. JfJf large-l- y which the paper suys is due tell who each elector voted for by lookJohn S. Goode, of HuBtonvilIe,)'eold ing at the back of tho ballot. White has of to Somerset from Corydon, la., charged to tho nianaRement and intluenco cutting George Riyburn last May. to a Birmingham party- a complied with the law and la now au agthe pastor, W. E. Ellis, who haH boon with Charles Jamen, of Madison, shot and harness mare by Naboth for $150. gressive independent candidate A furcongregation just a year, and with the Rosa Warren bought forj Simcn ther complication came up to day by the mortally wouuded Jake Garrison, behas won tho lovo and esteem of every was tryiug to ateal hia 10 year-olWheil 47 head of cattle, averaging 1,075 circulation of an oducational ballot markmember. Tho church was never in so cause ho DEALERS IN daughter. pounds, at 3. 10. Anderson Newa. ) thor ed "dample ballot" iBBUod by tho repubprosperous a condition, nor was A terious case of laryngitis baa forcAt George A. Williams' sale in Ca- lican State central central committee spirit of feeling ever a more harmonious in the crib brought fl to $1.10. which doea not contain the name of John John dieting among its membera than now. ed the Hon. for W. Yerkes to cancel sey, cora ol GOO piund spteches between now A bunch heifeia sold at 3c. D. White, altnough the official ballot all his dates Indeed, the church is to bo congratulatJ. W. Adaaia bought of B. K. Dal- - docs. It also haa printed inatructions and tho election. Painters' Supplies airH Druggists' Sundries. ed upon the good fortune of having a Gov. Bradley pardoned the two boys, ton Bdvon heifers at 2c, of W. P. Tate how to vote the straight republican tickpastor who by hia untiring zeal and conand Roland Cheek, who two cows at 2.15 and of W. A. Hail and et. This ia in direct violation of the law, secration and lovo for his flock his add-e- d William Aaher penitentiary for one George S. Carpenter some butcher stuff and waa intended to make the elector 50 to the church since hiB ttiy were sent t) tho over year from Laurel county for bouse break- at 2c. believe that White ia not a candidate, thero. Give us a call and be convinced. About 350 cattle on the market. which ia not true, hia name being on tho 3f K ing. One is 13 and the other 11 cireof The demand was brisk and about every- official ballot. The University of California is to I o ae. White's followera are Dr. J. II. Parker, a prominent phy- thing waa sold. Some 1,100 lib. Bteere made richer by KOOO.000 by donations persons, chief among whom sician, and Miss Eliza McNeal, a school brought 3J eta., which tl waa the beat among the better element of the repubfrom various iudignant over ia Mrs. Fuci'be UearBt, widow of tho teacher, both of Corbln, were tried brfore price of the day; 900 to J 1,000 lb. cattlo lican party and aro justly millionaire Senator from California. Tbla Police Judge Robert Hemphill on a war- brought 2;to 3rcta.,heifera IC00 to 700 the outrage end are making it hot for tho amount Ib not to be given all at one rant charging the doctor with having lbs.', 2 to 2 J eta., large bulls, 2 cents. A S.ate contr.il committee, claiming it will time, but will bo paid as toon bb tho State performed a criminal operation at the bunch of boga brought 3 cents. Of mule ciuae McKlnley to loose this district. It that the Colaon of the young woman's instance. The evidence colta only a few were sold and they was stated here ia prepared to ulake proper use Metal Roofing. waa not sullicient to hold either of of the brought from f 15 to $35. Winchester faction had received $1,000, the amount money. to each county alleged to haoheen sent parties, and they wero dismleeed. This Democrat. Mis. Bernard Harkln, of PhiladelTho following Bales wero made at in tho State by Mark Hunna, and wero phia, who haa looked under her bed ev- ia a sequel of the recent finding of a in tho bushes thero. Lancaster court Monday: J. G. Buin-aid- o using tho boodle to defeat White. Han ery night for 10 years, wbb rewarded the Bhe found a man who ni'a agent haa he6n here and whether Bold to Ike Arnold 22 S00 pound catother night when Jno. G. Oahublk. Low rates via tle at 3c. Dan Holinau disposed of 12 true or not White's frienda are cuesin' Shingles, Etc. to bo a professional burglar, prow -- Clus James shot and mortally Queeu k Crescent route from all polnta yearlings at 3cj J. M.JRoberta six yearl- everybody from the mouth of tho Lick-Io- r LexC. to tho head waters of Yellow Creek. ings at 2c; J. O. Hays aix calvea for J55. wouuded Jacob Garrieon near Rich- between Piuo Knot and Erlangerto was in company ington and return Friday, Octobor 30tb, R. L Hubble bought a bunch of cattle at Conscientious republicans are uot enmond, while Garrison sound money meeting, to bo address- 3c and Bold aome at 2jc. M. S. Baugh-ma- n dorsing the party machinery methods with James' daughter, with whom he for ed by Hon. John G. Carlisle. warned not to 8B60clate. bought an extra good mare mule used in this campaign and are giving had been Black" for thought ho A Crawford, Iud., man colt for 40 and Joe Embry a half dozen their aid to the Hon. Jaa. D. Mrp, Charlotto Shuey, an ecctntric a man who morally and intelroom and flred in OongrefS, WILLIAM SHELTON, Presidont. at from 515 to i30. heard a burglar in hia Cincinnati woman, haa had her grave lectually haa few rlvala in Kentucky. the direction, Tho bullet ttruck his Studentt 125. Teacheri 7. All ipeeUUiti. Thorough courses in Latin, Greek, French, Enc'i ih Music, Art and Elocution. Situated in the dug and haa stored away in her house a J. O. Mathematics, Natural and Monl Scuncej,for healttilutocdt of climate, beauty of scenery, famous lllua One man waa killed in a railroad acwife iu th9 arm and tho member will refinement Grass section ot Keutuclcjr distinguished handsome coillu which she says Bhe will cident in Texaa. It waa necessary to cut Fall Session opens Soptomber 7. Before deciding where you will set-- your daughters have to be romoved. n ware house of society. be sure to write for Our Now Catalogue. Address, At Galveston, Texas, next year, use lor iu a few weeks. She la in the body to pieces to extricate it from Mrs. Eliza McNeeloy, of Scottaburg have MRS. NANNIE S. SA.TJFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. atf and 4,400 bales of cotton were burned. excellent health now. the debris. by a ram. Ind., was butted to death t Joneph KIiW'b Hoi. J. "umiMmm'r, an iibla cIvomiim f irn. tlHrnocmcj-- , will npeak litrit ptiuiriiHj-- nijjni. Oliiff of INiliui A L. AtnlHrnoti nr- Joiiri Dunn, colurml, on a utinrjii ' "t'Hi'tf houih turn.' (mm ItiiiiM Hi- U'h. Tih examining trul will bo held lo tUv ( I'liurHiia) ) IWRSH'em to ho in tHHtlmnny, all over the umiitry. Hnua ha been i'rr- . ... i ''"" social was divert at MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. Tlie pleasant weuthtr favora g. uv se jll l, u ( 1 1 I A Hlcb-mon- d, raw ojg qimm. er, Thedis-tinRifiBhe- e rf ck 1 ot nine-tenth- s SEVERANCE sssawjfc-rrsxs--rrf -- &, SON. 5 Bab-cock- m !es5s ioiiiii,iij ..' .iiiic,iii,iiiiiiiocr,j?5i HUNTERS' SUPPLIES. s LOADED : SHELLS : AND CARTRIDGES. 2 1 LEGGINS. - i W. B. MoBOBEHTS. pa-p- - four-year-o- ld d 4 CRAIG & HOOKER, CKls, "rugs, Chemicals, Pairuxs, J t It -- Pays to Deal with a Cash House. n it Doors, Sash and Blinds, to-da- y Ku-t- ua 1 t m A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. THE STAlTFOBiTJ FJSMALS COLLEGE. ', 1 i. --f 'fn T ! L I i i i 4 - Thk democrats will hold the boards at to see the name of that if McKinley is elected, Mark Hanna again Monday when a Breckinridge, immediately following that says a standing army of 250,000 men will tho of tho editor be stationed in money centres to coerce number of prominent speakers will bo of McKinley, at the head on band. ill columns of the republican papers of laborers. Ky., Oct. 30, 1S96 the Ashland district Georgetown Five special train", each carrying 20 Stanford. Thk only speech for Levering, tho proTimes. Disgusting jou should say, since different republican speaker, left St. hibition caudldato for president heard it shows to what further depths of degra- Louis Tuesday over five different roads, hero this campaign, will bo deliverod at W. P. WALTON. dation even this dipgraced old reprobate penetrating nil parts of Missouri, and the e Saturday night, 3tBt, by the haB descended to gratify tho itch for of. speakers will talk aU evory town big Rsv. L. L. Pickett. Bro. Levering bus fke. The life of this man from start to euough to have a station. But nil samee, ooh consolation. He will beat old man i's finish Nov. 3, furnishes tho most com- Missouri will glvo Bryan 100,000 majori- I'd liner. plete example aud proof of tho Method- ty. The only happy man Uvea at tho DrtMOCfiATfl be sure you vote right or ic doctrine of total depravity ever vouchVVc hold the key and propose to Rive the safed to n doubting world and even capital ol Scott. The Times sys: George- your ballots will beBpolled. Siampyour greatest money saving opportunities ever those, omselves among tho number, who town has a nine days' wonder a busi- crosn mark In the eqwirt' with the roosis our unmatchable Low known. This have felt u pity and commiseration for ness man, tip to dato in things Generally, ter and your whole duy as far hb voting Prices and it unlocks to our patrons this world him, will be glad when his name will be who, during the present canvass, hasn't will be done. After tuat see that all of of bargains. The times call for the best values spoken no more upon tho earth. Decent heard a Hiugli) political speech on either your neighbors do likewise and your reat the people might have after years of repen-- t Aide, nor read a mwBpaper ertie'e bear ward will be the election of democrats fnllv cmnnUeiit to til the high offices inert and atonement for his sitis againut ing on t'io subject. efliy of Bryan that are being sought after. At Peoria, Id., an womanhood, the church and Order he has disgraced, forgiven him, but they waa found suspended from an electric ThU 11 where Democrats will put the As there Ib likely to he a good deal of will never forgive or condone the turn- light polo on tho morning he was to scratching this yoar, the attent'on of the ing of his back on democracy and seek speak them. It was cut down and deoleition officers is especially directed to Wc are alive to the demands of the times. Coling to ride into oflice with republican stroyed. Tho outrage was perpetrat-- d W. 3. Pryor and Carlisle thenamenof Judge ored Dress Qoods, double width Plaid Dress the same night that Secretary votes and on the top of the log cabin. Thompson on the ballot. Ma for Picsident and Dishonors John B. Covington. Goods, ioc, cheap at 15c. Novelty dress goods was egjed at ny men, we learn, who will mark under Covingtox people, i respective of prr-t- y, therefore seem to be even. 2oc, 25c and 50c. All wool red flannel wil" put tho X oppoheld a meeting to express their -- Chairman Roberts, of the repuhlf-ci- n tho other devices Red Shaker Flannel, 25c, worth 35c. 15c. site their names. So great care w i I have contempt for the cowardly methods emState campaign committee, has comWhite Flannel 15c. Outing cloth 5c. Canton be exercised in the counting. ployed to insult Mr. Carlisle, which was pleted his poll of the State, and siya he to Flannel, 5c. Hcttcr Canton Flannel, presided over by Hon. Harvoy Myers, a is coufident of victory, hut smart as he e of the Court of Appeals For J uds; Waltbk Oahtku, who was In Mrs. to 35c. Wool worth 10c. Good Jeans at free silver democrat. Resolutions of the is Chairman Roberts in going to bo the H mini's house when somebody within Kersey, 12 oz. extra heavy, warranted all wool W. S. most condematory order were presented worst f joled man imaginable if he be- tired into the face of Oapt. Phil Priio Of New Castle. 40c. Heavy Kersey Pants for men, free if they by Hon. O.B. Simralt which Bet forth lieves what he says and is not following was am sted Tuesday on a warrant sworn rip, $1,50. Men's Suits, nicely made, S3. 50, that the Nation should not hold the city the usual republican policy of claiming out by the old woman, charging him with For Congress, big value for the money. Overcoats, mens' ulof Covington responsible for the discour- every tiling. the shootiug. She hd been indicted for sters, S3 50, cheap at 5.00. B. MORE NEWS NOTES. tesies, as they were perpetrated by "perthe offense herself. It is hardly possible Mercer. sons so insignificant that their identity A woman and her five children were that Carter would have shot Price as he can not be established," and unanimous drnwnpil while they were boating in thinks as much of him as ho did his We are indebted to News Editor R ly adopted. Hon. Theodore Hallam infither. Lee Davis, of the Richmond Register, troduced a sit of substitute resolutions M'suri. haa been appointed Li Hung Chang The Andereou Nbwb says that offers Ladies' Union Suits, 50c. Ladies' Ribbed for a proof sheet of an article to appear "deploriug any demonstration of hostil B by the emminister for foreign were mide hy the agents of the Louiscontaining reports ity, if any," and condemning tho brandVests, 25c. Ladies' White Marina, 35c per in iU issue of peror of China. ville Southern to pas anybody to Louis from each county of the district relative ing of silverites as anarchists and the acgarment. Mens' Heavy Under Vcts, 25c. Two grain elevators at Chicago burn- ville last Saturday, who would inarch in to the Congressional race. Chairman E tion of the Yale students in disturbing ed with over a million bushels of wheat. Mens' Natural fool Shirts and Drawers, qSc sound money railroad pathe J. Brown, of Rockcastle, sayB that the Mr. Bryan's meeting, but it was Toted Loss $1,500,000. per suit. Mens' Medicated Scarlet Underwear rade and that many, who wanted to go to republican majority there will not ex- down with hisses. Mavor Rhinock at all wool, regular dollar quality at 75c. I04 An Ohio man took a pinch of euull ceed 300; Chairman "W. S. McGuire, 0' tempted to make an explanation but he for a cold, and while snetzing one of his the eitv hccented the generous otler. white blankets 75c per pair. Gray Jllankets, While the invitation was not so general Jcckson, Bays that they will do well if wts alro hissed down thus showing that eyes popped out. 75c. Comforts 75c. See our capes at S2, up. hire, we know of a number who went they carry that county by i.ihhj. evin even the fre aneee.h advocates do not Lillie Coleman, aged ninp, was cnt down es railroad men who do cot know 200 to 1,500; Boyle practice their preaching. though they claim J, to death at Plaquenine, La., by If you arc in need of a Suit or an Overcoat, remember "Comi'AKk" a cross tie from a hand nplke, the list inreports thnt Yerkrs itiilaencn will carry Jeff Thompson. in keeping with is a favorite word with us. Ladi-- s' Cloaks and Cape j; a big line of With a subserviency cluding bankers, hotel men. Ac. that county by a smn'.l majority; Garrard A train dashed into a carriage at little aea of the Richmond his nature, the and up. will give a republican majority of killing two peoplo and Keaimburg, N. Gen. P. W. Uahiiin arrived Tuesday both at $1.25 J. E. Carson Pantograph rusheR to the defenso of its fatally injuring J.t 200; Chairman another. to mako a ppeech either hero or at though that states that Lincoln is good for Thompson master, George Davison, In Portuguese, West Africi, 100 n but through some inexcusable of him by 100 to 200; Shelby's Chairman J. O. worthy is big enough to take care to throw dfrt at tive rebels were killed by white troops error of the committee no notice had Beckham figures on 700 majority for him self; and then attempts little fellow Bhall and 21 villages were burned. A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprictois, been given of hia coming, so of course Thompson. Until the there; B. L. Cook, chairman uf Jeesa-minagainst a political meeting r.t Coal Creek, ho did not speak. The general is in fine At clear himself of charges made T. D. RANEY, Manager. givea him 100 majority; John B. him by the Climax and has more man- Tenn., a Negro and a white man were trim, though Tuesday wa the firrt day Ohenanlt, as chairman of Madison, says Ho Branch Stores: he hadn't spoken for two months hood than to simply whine when the ed- killed as the result of a fight. that county will give Thompson a majorAs the result of an explosion of nat- has been campaigning in Indiana. Illiitor of that paper threatens to beat him Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Rardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, ity; Mercer claims 500 for him; Anderson with abase ball bat, we must decline to ural gas at Avalon, Va., a little girl was nois and Missouri and everywhere found 400 and Spencer COO. Allowing the reVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Flizabcthtown, other children were injur- great enthusiasm for Bryan, whom he notice him, unless to kick him out of tho killed and two publicans most of their claims, the Reged. everget in it. certain of election as the day Bays is as and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. way if he should ister figures out a safe majority for "WillSettle, cashier of the United comes. Kentucky he Is just as sure will Thompson and so far as we are able to Wk appeal to democrats with whom States Building and Loan Association, at declare for the democratic candidate and gather the facts, it is not reckoning with- we have labored for years to keep their Louisvillp, is a defaulter to the extent of from what ho can gather from the out reliable backing for it. Mr. Thomp- record unsullied by voting for Hon. John $5,000. district ho thinka that John B. Thomp son will be our next Congresman unless B. Thompson, the regular nominee of E. Smith, a Chicago letter pson will be its next Congressman. Arthur democrats prove f ilse to their colors. the party, whole a man of ability and a carrier, rode 295J milee on his bicycle in UY Quite a respectablo audience gathered gentleman in everv way. Let republiDuring Judge Pryor'a occupancy of cans, who do not know better, vote for 24 hours, bnaking the road record by IS at the Monday night to hear the bench of the court of appeals of Ken- Divison. He is of the calibre that suits miles. large inviware house and 300,000 Mr Helm Bruce, who came at the A tucky no word derogatory of his official sound money thoni. Certainly there is nothing in his pounds of tobacco belonging to G. W. tation of the or porsonal honor has ever been spoken character or his record to draw demoor Bramlett in NIcIioIeb county, burned, democrats He spoke for two hours :oio by any man or circulated by a prtieiu for Thompson and loss $35,000. more and If tie created any enthusiasm crats to him. Vote press. His decisions are models of fairfact hasn't yet send Davison to the furthermost parts A farm hand in WipConBin, hb an art or made any converta that ness and clearness and all parlies accord of tho rear. hia employer, crushed ben nrnde known. A good portion oi of revenge upon them the profoundeat reepeet. A repubAnd Funeral Director. his speech was devoted to exp'aining three yenr-ol- d A Khv houest democrats were fooled the head of the latter's last year lican lawyer of prominence said who goes into n primary why a voter with an ax. that the retirement of Judge Pryor into promise of support of tho Palmer childPenitentiary guards, Wil iim Gn'd-e- should holt if the BCtioti of hia party Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Hridlcs, Huggy Robes, Horse Hlankcts, Whips, &c. would he came for real regret, that Lc was and Buckner ticket by the specious while a of Knox, nod II L. Pearl, of Lur), does not meet with his approval, Squnre, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hou- e the balance wheel of the court of appeals pleas of those who used the name of dedischarged for letting VivUn half hour or more was devoted to the and that all parMcn oncht to unite in mocracy to effect the defeat of democra- have heeu Chicago, HMiie 12 year? Haymarket not in keeping him on tun bench as Iouk as he cy's standard bearer and will vote for the anu Lawrence eectp". 1SD1 The Gov. Bradley eet apart Xovenhrr abound tho trouble there iu would accopt the position. The lawyers Indianapolis concern, hut the large mamoney question seemed to be a secondary the 10th. A. D , 1800 ns Arbor D.y, ami all say he stands without a peer and jority of the leaders will vote straight out with him ami ho touchid originally intend-e- requests thnt the same may be genera lly cineideration above reproach. His name appears with for McKinley, as they upon it very lightlv. Mr. Bruro's rhe-or- ic whou they were turned down Instead and practically observed. the regular democratic ticket on the balis hy far better than his argumente. Santone Nunez whs ehot and killed of the 50.000 votes claimed for Palmer in lot, and those who put their X under at Battle Creek, Gal., by his 12 year-ol- d Is the circuit court Tuesday, Craig the rooster will thereby vote for him, but Kentucky it looks now that he won't get step-eoNumz had quarreled with the Martin wea fined $5 for breach of the waut to vote for other 5,000. if you should boy for smoking cigarettts pefce, andSm Dudderar was acquitted presidential electors and for Judge PrySullivan, the pugilist, has a cancer for disturbing religious worship J. H. 'The chairmen of tho National demo-i- s or, you can do so by markirg uuder their all over but on his powerful right arm and his doctor cratic committee bh s it Carter aud Henry Hester were fined $20 device and stamping tho stencil in the shouting. Bryan is as sure us shot to says that unices great care is taken the the erch in two whisky cases and given the With Steel lteain is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed square opposite the judge's name. Don't get 283 votes, with more than a fighting member will have to be amputated. costR in two others each. Indictments if you would honor the noble forget this, and Stubble. A Bon of Mrs. Oliver chance for 83 more. Mr. Bryan has said were returned against Mrs. Mandy old jurist. for some time his vote would be in the Hackney, of Hartford City, Ind , fell Into Hamm for maliciously wounding Capt a bucket of hot water in which she was PjII Price, Josh Dye for breaking open Jim Williams, the brutal Louis- neighborhood of 300. Gwi. And the like, and you should sec my stock andggct my prices scalding chickens and died from the ville bully, assaulted Mr. Eugene V. his uncle's house and s'ealing his G. A before you buy. Fakm Wagons Lowkk Than Evhk. POLITICAL POINTS. Njwman, better known as "Savoyard," R. uniform, John Vandeveer for carryat the Witlard Hotel the other night. ing concealed weapons, William Bottoms Black's chances in the 11th are said to ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Tho report Bays that thev differed over be flattering. for detaining Lillie Blakeman for an evil Judge W. L. Dawbos married John purpose and R. Finley Campbell for will tbequeation of Senator Blackburn's elecThe betting is oven on the Andrson and Lucy Anderson, a colored fMy anJ maiici0U8jy 8hooting his wife, tion and that when Mr. Newman walked race. off Williams struck him in the back of AtLimoln, 111., Mr. Bryan denied couple, yesterday, but omitted the Im Mrs. Lucindi Campbell the head, knocking him down, and that free coinage of silver would cause a portant part of kissing the hride. Judge Saufley devoted Wednesday to Dkalurs In continued his brutality by beating him panic. haarine motions in the appearance caft'j The Boss is said to have told a Negro Mr. Newman will very with a cane. Mine Host Dunbar, of the Gibson audience the other night that in the aad did not have the juries on hand. proparly let the law take its course in the HotiRe, Cincinnati, has bet $10,000 that Bishop for event Mr. Bryan is elected all the silver Yesterday tho case of F. P. matter, but many people will wish that Kentucky will go for Bryan. collected up, cut half maliciously shooting and wounding Tom dollars would be he bad procured a weapon and put the Rev. Irl R. Hicks, the weather fore- in two and returned to the owner, who Kendiick, colored, was tried, the accused bully where he would forever cease from caster, eaya that election day will be being represented by Messrs. J. W. Alin the mean time would likely starve. Farming Implements of a'l kinds. Handsome line o troubling. bright and pleasant, which is good news corn, P. M. McRoberts and G. B. Swine-broa- d Big Line of Benedict Cbaps. Couitable T. J. Shoes and a well se'ected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' and the prosecution assisted by Egos seem to be considerably in evi- to democrats. on Nov. 3d William Smith and Sam Yowell Hon. R. O. Warren. The court adjounw Gov Bradley says that Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. dence during these last days of a memo-robl- o the free silver craze will be buried be- at Hustunville, charged with shooting ed at 4:15 with Mr. Owsley yet to speak Bryan'a escort was campaign. yond hope of resurrection and the "guv" craps and at their trial there they were in the case. egged at Chicago and Mr. Brvan and his claims to be somewhat of a prophet him- fined $20 and coats. A "weepen" was The grand jurv adjourned yesterday wife came near catching one of them, but found on the latter and he caught it for till next Thursday, after having found self. we have heard of no boltocratic or re:::- -: r. The trial of tb ecase of John Pagan, 25 and 10 dayB for that oflense. lees than a dozf n indictments and none publican papers going into conniptions II who is accused of throwing a cipar aeainst Conductor Delph.so for. .v m w A toll of the town shows that at the over it. It matters a good deal whose was mm ,bw m jt aV4 slump in tho face of Secretary Carlisle at sheets. outside there are only 31 former demoox is gored with these I Covington, was postponed until NovemI NKW ADVEBTlSKMENIi crats here that will vote for Palmer or . democrats be- ber 6. beliovo that ovon Somr of the McKinley. We hi "This la tho d dest town I ever came so Indignant ovor the treatment of this many will go back on their former Btrayed into," was Eector Wight's reW I Covington that they deMr. Carlisle at love when the tune cjmes. And Stan: . be went to would vote for McKinley. In mark, we are told, wheu in clared they ford holds the majority of such voters to speak and was received so Will be made lor the asking on yj order to be consistent with their record the county. Hurrah for Bryan! Ai Ailmlnittritorof I. W. Uilib, I will tell at :t coldly that ho didn't orate. . public outcry at hit farm on tho Stanford and us turncoats, they should now announce Ti Bluffing. A certain good republican Hustouville pike on It is telegraphed from Louisville that that since Bryan and hia wife were egged yyj Mark Hanna has or will put $1,000 in ev- of this place hss had $100 for Borne time : at Chicago they will now vote for bim. Nov. 1896, ,'f.V McKinley ery county in this State. The Negro vo- to bet on Kentucky going for Thn following property: Kntire crop or Com, shock,, 3 Dbmcchats will make their X under ter and others of his persuasion ought to but when he waa confronted Wednesday about 400 Clover and itacki of Timothy Hay, three Timothy Hay, two ; slacks of Wagon, Harness and Karmmc the rooster on the ballot and that will demand a little as an evidence of good by a democrat who is equally bb sanguine Wagons, of it going for Bryan and who alio hap- Implements, two aged Mules, aged horse, two insure a vote for the electors for Bryan, faith. yearling Jack, Sow and aged jennets, a No. The Colorado Chieftain published at pened to have a hundred, the first nam- figs, Cow and Calf, a yearlings Ac. and John B. Thompson. &! for Judge Pryor :!' r."i Terms made known 00 day of sale. .. .. . Ill Stamp under the rooster only, as in the Pueblo, prints a letter in which a mem- - ed grew too fearful of the grand jury to "i v ' WILLIAM 11ECK, Admr. j - S' '" :n n :: : J, P. Chandler, Auctioneer. illustration above. He will do tho re6t. ber of a BDaton sound money club says put up. It looks funny court-hous- o CrStX-pe-fc- S III WE HOLD THE KEY. court-hous- 0 SIX PAGES- - m ky m X u Lowest Prices. nt BRYAN AND SEWALL JUDGE I2c, PRIOR I2jc S'c, 0 H JOHN THOMPSON, 0 LADIES' UNDERWEAR. atT-dr- s to-da- y t pe-ba- pB Hus-tonvill- e, THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. e, S-- UNDERTAKING ,, court-hous- e ed J. W?J,MWW Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmer n, d THE CI SB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, two-year-o- ld WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, s. B. K. WEAREN. Settle-Breckiurid- ge I FARRiS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. ed Prices to Suit The Times mm mW one-sid- ed f. IIus-tonvil- le FTTBLXC SALE 7th, 1 1 1 FOR 30 DAYS y'-- ' -'t . I ,1, 1 1 m 1 Saturday, I 1 Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, Screening's and Shipstuff. J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. tsV"s"ST::::::II.i"-:- 1 ::::: :''s'.iC! , W nifummt rliT'i : HTEJ-hRttl- L MAJORITIES FOR BRYAN. Olilfino accord's I'ostnl Card Uallot lias Shown Uniform Itcstilt from t lie I'lr.st. 1 r iiMiiJhi IMi OiSS: Vi9-J'AJyAiiA- : Stanford. W Ky., P. Oct. 30, 1896 THE "WEEKLY I WALTON, Mountain Olflin, Aik Our childirn wcreauf- rtctlvrd a bottle el ferine with croup when iChamberlaln't Ccii(i Kenieiljt It afforded lmtit 1 hit reltbraled V. A. Tticillltni. relief nitant .V rcmrd ta fcr rale by Cialg Croup Quickly Cured. The WeeUr Edition of The Cinciiiinti Commerci.i- l- Tribune Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. ONLY llocler, l)ruKK'' NONE FOR M'KINLEY. Tho who In Iieve chronic dlarrhnea to be ncur able alioti'd read what Mr. I. IS Uiitham.of "I on the Car Milli,a l.a. hat to aav chionlc uibjecl, vii: ver Eleven d diarrhoea have ben tufforer Irom Doubtful States and ol medialncothn war and hae tried all kloda eUected tho City of Chicago Tell the for it At lot I lound a remedy that cine a cur and that u Chambtrliln't Colic, Cholera Samo Story. and Diarrhoea Homed y." Thit medicine can be depended uton for colic, clioWra mt ruut larntery and diarrhoea. It It pleatantjto take , and never tall to effect a cure tj and sJceut tlztt for ta e by Craig X Mocker, Ilrynu I lit Won Mom- - Itrpiibllrun Voli-Druggists (nun ,'MrlUiilry Tliim Hi Hint Umt m a Di'tiitii'nitlr Vut' tn .MiKlnlry in A few weeka ago the editor w taken wtlh a It I Nut l'liliniT C'uiiiblural cold ih.t cauied tilm to be in a meat mitera-til- e undoubtedly a bad cae of condition. It wt I bid to Hint III in (or la g'lppe and recognition it at dangcroua, he lock tint I'rrvltliMiey. Immediate attpt to bring about a aptMly cure From the rdverlltemenl ol Chamberlain'i Cough Remedy and the many good reconmrndatitr a included theieln, we concluded to make a firtt trial Chlciipo, Oct. 20. (Special.) The ot themedlciae. To say that it wat talitlactory Chicago IIocortl'B iostnl cnrtl liullutcou results it putting it very mildly ludeed. It in in acted like magic aod the reault wii a tpeedy and thiucH to tlally evidence that Ilr.v-a- n In rec We havn no permanent cure. will curry the doubtful ommrndlng till excellent Cough Kemedy to any one afflicted with a cough or cold In any form Btates in the cciir.tl west fur prcBldeut. Tha llanner ol Llbarty, Mbertjtown, Maryland r, Some weeks ngo the Hecortl sent out and joe sites lor tale by Craig & Hock-cThe a ra OCP-- E K YEHR. Over One Hundred Years a Family Favorite The Wfeltly Commereid Grzitte colitaint Ci columns every week. It gives the newt of the World in tho Mott Complete Shape; th Choicest Mlsceltaniui Rea.l-inan i the Best Stories and Literary Ma.vV.er that brain can produce and that money can buy The Weekly Commercial Gazette is printed every Tuesday inornin? and mailed to any part of the United State or Canada at FIFTY CENTS PEK YKAK. ?, )! jle 0-- he DAILY COMMFRCIAL TRIHUNF.lt unrivaled as a Newipaper, and wii g popularity tnroughoiit thtt Central Statea is attettrd by Its increasing Itiuea Daily and S r.day. Every I'ottmatler is considered an agent. Ad- - Sample Copies DF'xee- - HANNA'8 KITE IN THE STORM. St. Louis Poat-Dlti'vato- j b. Druggiitt. Hcventl am .. .v., k a widower ol 78, wan of Kentucky, .Mlnnrsota, South Duko-tmarried at Fairvinv, Ind., to Mies Sadie North Dakota, Kansas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Xchnudca, Iiidlnnu, Iowa and Mom, sweet 10 Missouri ami requested tlicm to Uucklln'u Arnica Halve their choice for president, tatinp Tha beat talve In tha woild for cult, bru'sttt also for whom they had toted in 1692, (alt rheum, fever aorca tetter, chapaaret, ulcart. ped haudt , chllblalnt. corai and all akin eruption. anil return the card to the Hecortl. ill poaitively curra pilct,or oo pay repuired. It It 0 The returns aru not large. Uut luaranleed to give perltct latlafactinn or morey votes have been received from the Price aj centi per boi For ia!e by refunded W. li. McKotxtta drugglit. 11 states mentioned. Of this number 68,000 arc for McKiuley and 30.000 for Did You Ever. Hryan. The Uryan vote Is larger thhn Try Electric tlittcra ai remedy for your trou McKlnley'a In Kentucky and Missouri, tilttt If lot, el a bottle tow andget relief. Thit medlciue hat been found to b peculiarly but McKiuley leads in the other nine ad pled lothc relief aud cure of all Female Com Mates. In Chicago the vote stands: platntt, taerting a wonueriui uireci innuencc iu McKlnley, GC.000. and Hryan, 14.000 you Kiving tirengin anu loat iu ido cigars hava Loia orAppetltt, Conttipatmn, Ilcadtche, All this was expected. The Ilecord N KatntiDc fnelW. or are Ncrvoui. Sleepltoa. Kacit- able, Melancholy or troubled with I) iv Spellt, a goldbug newspaper, and this ballot Kleclrlc lllltert It tnc medicine you need. Health waa begun with the Idea that it would and Strength are guaranteed by lit ut. Only help the republican cause. Kepublie-an- s 30 centi a bottle at W. II. Mc Roberta' Drug Htoie. sere urged to vote. On the other A Uouaobold Tronauro. hand, the democratic leaders, distrust I) W Fuller, ol Canajohane, N, Y., iiyt thtt ful of the Ilecord and Its scheme, urged he alwayt keeyi Dr. Kiog't New Uiicovcry In the houK. and hit family would not be without it, If .the friends of Hryan anil free slhcr. procurable. O A D) It man Uruiut, Cattkill, through every means by which they N. V.aaya that Dr. King' New Pitcoverr It undoubtedly the ben t'ougn remtdyj that he hat could reach them, not toote. u vd II In hit tamlly for eight yeaja, and It hat Thus, under the circumstances, the to do all that tt claimed for It Why toe. failed n.cdyio lonr tried and tcited. Trial mere number of votes cast signifies not try a r bottle tree al W tt, McKobcrtt' Drug Store. nothing, especially when the total Kcgular tlic c and fi number received is less than five per cent, of the total vote of the Btates named, and scarcely 15 jx'r cenUof the city of Chicago. The total signifies onlv that, with all their eiTorts, the republicUtiirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten ans have been nblc to round up but a good, Atrea ol I.aod, For dale Hat on It Dwelling of i Koomi, and all neccaaary m.000 otes in 11 disputed states and outbuilding! One yard hydrant and n for but 00,000 in the city of Chicago In favor terlag itock, alai a tplendid, never falling well. of their own scheme, while, in spite of For fuilhtr partlcuUrt applv to J AS. I IIAU.KV. their eflortM to prevent it, 39.000 demotitanfoid, Ky. jS crats have voted In the states and 14,000 lu Chicago. ,)r ' lo nuT 'mall Farm of VA DM Hut the Hecord's ballot hns one. T ViXlll. 7Jor ion aeret. Will pay cath 6) tt Lock hoi iji tilanford, Ky. Atdrcit though only one, significant feature. Koch postal card received at the Ilecord office tells not only how the sender inJT. tends to vote at the approaching election, but also how he voted four years ngo. Thus the iercentage of change is obtained, aud thin is where the democrats come In. Ky. An analynis shows that in every btate Sole proprietor Doaa't lllack Diamond Root mentioned ami In every ward of ChiPaint. Kilimatei furaiahed for painting Wood, cago, without a single exception, the Metal and Iioa Koo'i. Satlttaction uarantcrd, AH rooft painted with Dcan't lllack Diamond per cent, of republican votes for Bryan guaranteed fur yeart. Dtalirt in bet I'aint is much larger than the per cent, of I'umpt and Galvioncd Iron 1'iltrri, Ualrtn-leademocratic for McKlnloy. More than and lllack Iron Hoofing uf all kludi. i tl that, It shows that Bryan is receiving n larger per cent, of republican votes FROM No. 2. than he will lose of democrat votes to MeKlnlcy and Palmer combined. If this wete the result of an nnalysls of the vote of one or two wards of the city, or of one or two Htates, It would have no special Hlgulficnnco, but it is true of every ward nutl of every state. A tesult thusobtniued must mean what it shows, doubt-fu- l and that is that In the states of the central and west the drift In strongly iu favor of Bryan so strongly In fact that there can be no doubt of his election. It is easy enough now tocstimatc the majorities. The pcr- fentagH of gain and loss In each state, n chnwn by the record vote, indicate. majorities for Bryan as follows: Frank Oldham, hundred thousand postal cards to the utcrb of Chicago antl thtHtntca TV a, II17!lV llliiMVI SAYS ItIM!tIU I UalTa cx-pre- M BRYM WINS. 127,-00- Tho Result of a Careful Tour ol Observation Through tho Central West. THE DRIFT FOR BRYAN. An Opinion That Is the More Valuable 11 Dccauso of Its Extreme Caution and Conservatism. Henry George Undertook n Trip Through the Doubtful Stutea Convinced That McKlnley Would Win Ilia Observation I.'ul III tii to Chxngo That Opinion uud He la Now Coiilldent of llryau'a Succeaa. . FOB. SAI.S. cm-lortab- I I T. JONES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Cit-ter- n d manager, nnxlous to give coloring of victory to his own side. It is the result 'of a tour of observation of n candid, Karly In September Mr. Henry George truthful, and reliable man, who began was requested by the New Vork Jour- 'the work with the conviction that nal to make a tour of the election was sure. That it is u doubtful Hluten iu the middle went and correct forecast the 3d of November will to jfivc the public in an entirely unbi- prove. ased manner the result of his observaAN INSULT TO LABOR. tions of the political conditions ex latin f, there. A Sneer nt the Intelligence of Thoae Who Hefore his reply was received the Kuvnr Hryan and the 1'ree Coinage of come from Maine of the increased nevvH Silver. republican majority at the state elecDugnld Crawford, proprietor of a big tion there. Then followed Mr. (J eorge's St. Louis department store, is beir.g answer, as follows: prosecuted for dismissing 12 of his 'Chicago, Sept. 15, 1SS6. who had the temerity to con"Ktlltor New York Journal: fess, when he asked them the direct "In my opinion, confirmed by Maine, question, that they were in favor of free tho renult Is foregone. . I believe, therefore, that a convinced free silver man silver and Intended to vote for llryan. would tx) better to make proposed trip The Chicago Kvenlng Post, the organ lor Journal than I. as candor Is something of the goldbug aristocracy of that eity, iselcsaly painful to friends. Will go ahead If you wish and do my best to glvo exact editorially suggests the following estruth as I sco It, but my Judgment and cape for Crawford from his dllemuia: feelings are against this. "Mr. Crawford can beat the charge "Would prefer to save my time and your money by not beginning. Could Btop until if he will go into court and claim that committee meeting for your he discharged his employes because private Information If you wish, though their announcement of an intention to do not think I could learn anything not vote for Bryan proved them unlit to public; otherwise would back. cm-ploy- dium of the Journal. My personal opinion 'llffers from that which has already bocn expressed in the letters that havo recently been telegraphed by me to tho Journal from tho places where they havo been written only In this. "I AM SOMEWHAT MORE CONFIDENT THAT MY LETTERS TO THE THAT SHOWN JOURNAL HAVE BRYAN WILL CARRY THE STATES THAT HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED CENTRAL IN DOUBTFUL THE WEST, AND WILL BE ELECTED TO THE PRESIDENCY. "I have no ability to seo Into tho future and am liable to all the mistakes of Judgment that beset man or woman, but this Is my opinion as to what will be, formed after Ilvo weeks' of as dllllgent. cautious and dispasslonato effort as I am capable of to discover the treed and strength of tho tides of political opinion now running in that part of the country. "This was not my first opinion on the contrary, It at first soemed to me that McKlnley, not Bryan, would carry the central west: but It Is the matured conviction with which I came back to New York. And that tho tldo Is dally setting moro strongly toward Bryan, I am convinced. "HENRY GEORGE." This is not the work of a campaign pra THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO Send for Terms. A H. G. RUPLEY, 3-T- ME MERCHANT TAILOR- Is Receiving his- - yMfiLmlE hwirirViaf All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. .WE WILL. Gontinae Oar Sale Of Goods at cost until the ENTIRE STOCK Is disposed ol. W. H. WEAR EN & CO. Back of IVIy of me, Victoria hotel. start Ad-vl- ie Campaign Edition. THE ARENA. Ill'nols Missouri Iowa Undo Sam's Crown of Thorns. " I will not alii to press down Uon the bleed-lo- g brow of labor this crow ii of thorns." William .Ilnninoh HitrAK. Chicago, July u.lfriM. , North Dakota this showing of gtiin and Joss Since lecame the most prominent and only significant fenture of the Hecord's ballot, the manager of the republican campaign have lost nil Interest hi it. They have been hoist on their own Michigan Wisconsin Kansas Kentucky Minnesota South Dakotn Indiana Nebraska 75 1M !)3,(U ?3,S3 06.1il iZ.iGl 31,441 10,U: x:fi.3W 2l.lt.; 3H.0i; :.! T.M3 All voters should mail tho Campaign IMtllon of Tho Aronn, which began ltli tliuJuuo lasuo and run to November (u moutha), price, 'ficntl your subscription to lluslncss Oil a payor. petard. A "HENIIY OEOItQE." In reply to this message the editor of t.he Journal telegraphed to Mr. Ueorffe, requesting him to remain for a short time in the doubtful territory aud describe the situation as he saw it. On October 5 Mr. George, having Hptnt three weeks In the doubtful states, more especially in Illinois, Ohio, and West Vlrglnln, was. requested to telegraph, for the information of the editor of the Journal, his opinion of the probabilities. In reply, he sent the following: "Cleveland. O.. Oct 5. "Editor NtV York Journal: "My belief is that Uryan will be elected. private, uq "This Is my carefully-forme- d well as public, opinion. I congratulate the Journal on the good prospects. "HENRY GEOrtGE" Mr. George, it is seen, began his journey with the settled conviction that McKlnley's election was assured. For this reason he suggested that some one c!e undertake tl trip for the Jour-unHut os only the exact truth was desired, and as Mr. George Is everywhere known for thoroughness of Investigation, accuracy of conclusion, an, I fairness of statement in all matters political, it wns especially desired that he would make this trip and do this work. Ills reports nre therefore valuable for their entire candor and l. discharge their duties Intelligently." This is a gross Insult to every man who favors Uryan nnd free silver, and the Post hns recently given. Sneers nt the Intelligence of blmetalllsts are evidence of the Ignorance, as well as the bad manners of the dudes who fr.wu upon the gold power. The scientific opinion of the world Is almost unanimously in favor of bimetallism. A sneer nt the intellignece of his employes will not clear Bulldozer ford. Craw- it is not the only one of the kind which Is the certainty of fulfillment each and every one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repiirs it is sufficient guarantee that you will h.ve an accurate and reliable timepiece. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince Promises you. THOMAS DALTON. THE fREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLX3F THE SOUTH. chaperoning a crowd of "generals" around the country, speaking In McKlnley's interests, "we can afford to be poor," said he, addressing n crowd of workingmen at Kansas City, "but we cannot afford to be dishonest. We must pay everything we owe with dollars." This the very identical Millionaire Alger whom Senator Sherman deliberately charges, In his book, upon conclusive proof, with buying the votes of negro delegates Instructed for himself in the national republican conven100-ee- "We can afford to be poor," said Gen. Russell A. Alger, of Michigan, who is 9?S?frr(?2f)f'ifJJ &imtmtt0laMff&MM7rfoM .. ' 3rrMt . . LABoncfsf-y'- S Humwo! cr cmduitcs holding fine positions. ""ov.mended by THE LEADING business men of l57) THE COUNTRY. MEfiTIONCQURSE WANTCp. This Is tho best market and ours Is tho best houso to Bhlp to. Wo tnalto liberal advances on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In having; many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot cash ; not la trade No traveling agents. Snip all your wool and farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. 110 Third Btroet, or S13 to 310 Murroll Court, THE Thoroughbred ey CO. LOUISVILLE, KT. tion of 16SS. Can such n man teach workingmen honest finance? BLUK-GRA- HERD OF reliability. Nc villi A by I'lf-liter- ii Thntiaanil. ONE DOLLAR. Offlco bulletin recently sent out from republican national headquarters in Chiof cago claimed Indiana for McKlnley bj 40,000, 000, WANTED men nutl womcu nt ouco. $25 00 a week cnally inmlo taklus order for tuo IMltlon of tlw Arena. Becuro your territory nt once, aitilrcaa AUK.VA ruilLIolllMI I'OMI'ASr, Iliiaton, Mm Lam-palR- Minnesota by 25,000, Iowa by Kan.uu by 10,000, Wisconsin by SO, Illinois by 100,000, Nebraska by Nevada by 1S.000, and Michigan by 00,-00- 0, 25,-00- 0, 25,000 W i rm Sdentlflo American Afjcnoy top rfrmimmmlrmm mmWmmmWm U For Information nnd freo ItandtMolc wrllo to MUNN & CO., 86t IlKcUDWAT. NEW VoitK. Oldett burrnti ror aocurlns imti'nti In America. Kvvry imtrnt taken out by u It brouglit boforo the public by u liotlco given freo of chargo lu tho C0PYRI0HT8. etc. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS. CAVEATS. Hmmm mxmmu ijirep.i circulation or nny aclcnuno paper In tho lutelllKi-n- t world, ttplciulldlr- lllustrutud. No man ihotil.t tio without It. Weekly, ft.'I.OOa eartaiJOalxmnntha. AildrcHa, llUNX A CO., 3U1 UruadHoy, Nuw York City. The accuracy of this estimate may be best understood when it is known that In 1692 Nevada east 2.S22 republican votes, 711 democratic, 7.20S populist, a tola', of 10,655. The republicans haven't even an electoral ticket in Xevudr. Kveryboly there Is supporting Bryan, "October, 18, 1SSG. yet the republicans expect to carry the state by 13,000 majority. But their esll "Editor New YorktoJournal:York over moro New "I camo back inate of the other states is just as than a third of the continent to register my Gov. Altgeld make in Cooper voto and hear as their estimate of Nevada. Union tho speech In which he set forth what, In my mind. Is the most Important of Auierli-aipeople liuve never fulled tho Issues of tho campaign. "The In nny crisis In tlio past, nor Imvo they "Tho ouestlon which greets mo from tho reaaon to belle r tliut they will full In lips of every friend I havo yet met, and tho tlila great rrltl. It lx true tliut wr liavo question repeated In alt I havo as yet had on the other sltl as greut n campaign opportuolty to glanco at In the pile of letters I found awaiting me, Is: fund ua vvua ever rained In Aiuerleun po" 'WHAT DO THINK litic. It la true that they are reaortlng to WILL BE THE YOU REALLY OP THE OUTCOME Intimidation ami coercion ua they never ELECTION" lit) Aaiivl Aal w ftiailva liilfitPai. a(Mtf lilt fvlAmla aai aa. ..iarai aaaj llliiuua, At "Let me answer questioners and whllo luonry tulka. luoncy dou't vote ta i one and all, through tho me W J, Uryan. tho Uutted Stutcn." i a majority. Mr. George has himself been surprised at the resultn of his investigations in the doubtful states. He began his trip fully convinced that McKlnley would win. The results have convinced him that Hryan will win. After having sent the Journal the above dispatch from Cleveland, 0., on October 5, Mr. George continued hio journey through the stntcH of Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota and returned to New York. On the ISth of October he submitted his final report to the journal as follows. It is all the stronger nnd more valuable for Us ejtremt; caution and conservatism: J. llryan. JCkJUXJ JOLUlxO. "You mny rend Its htatory nnd yoa will Duroc-Jersfind tliut tho gold stundnrd never brought My Breeders were selected Irom tnc ben htriit of this iamcus breed of sine In evral rilff rent n ray of hope to thoito who alt In dark-ni-Stho gold standard never guvo In- Stales. A splendid lot of pin -- f ! ati t ilion a i.ia't spiration to thoae who uro dovTiicaat." W. for aale. Bred io guaranteed. ('orrcspinlr leitr.l, .0dic "OW tT f i CS ' tlsssBtttltttaltsBtvltsttttttttstttasttttttttttttttttttslW $CmLWtiMBB$h3LlmmmmmmmmmW - The committee from the Labor Legion of Chicago, appointed to Investigate charges against Gov. Altgeld's convict labor record, recently made by eight alleged workingmen, have made a thorough investigation, going to theJoliet penitentiary for that purpose, nnd declare that the charges are wholly unfounded. r. ii. iiRON.trr.il, Crah ttcr ? UsttttttffiiUac9BaastW o K . THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE JRjl f s& J'! 4' , a corre-rponden- ts, "Oh, the exigencies of this campaign. when .John Ireland, iirchlilahop of .St. appointed" I'nul, nnd Robert G. Ingentoll, the pope of reaches the priucipal cities of the South with a service of superbly Infidelity, clnap hands on tho same through trains. Day Coaches nnd Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriman, Chatta und unlto In denouncing million of nooga, Attalla, nirmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, iuacon, their fellow citizen ua fools and nnurch- - and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot bpnnga Ists." Unther Nugent. and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mmroe MrrY , Chnunccy I. filley, the big boss of and Sureveport. .1 urougu i ounsi oicepers w i,os Aiigeics unu tho Missouri republicans, is so dis- San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, gusted with the condition of the repub- via New Orleans or via Shreveport. lican campaign that he refused to regShort Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati sir..- - a ister, unci therefore cannot vote. wuU even accomuiouatton to patrons. Inr.h t 223b? iree "Corporation nre fnat becoming the Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observacnnio of modern life. They usurp the powtion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and ers that belong of right to tho communiChattauooga. ty nnd tho government nnd actually ' of the people." W. O. Blnearson, Chas.W. Zoll, threaten tho liberties C. P. A.t Cinclniuitt. 0. Viv. Paa'r Agt., Cincinnati- - 0. Teter Cooper. pint-form r Semi-Weekly .ZEESZr. m- ftftefrr,rmjn manmrrrnihrr-..r- i t.,rrl MWiwaiUMU; ri.Li.i.n.., mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwm&MmmmmmamtmGzr .1 .., ..-- .,. ,. . rJgr"7:'"'fc'tSS3 .. i)Krj:(SUtti-!rr,1,1 ' " !"' iumiinn,iMHimuui ,jm.V...itu ss:; Interior Journe WAGES MUST - Stanford, Kv., Oct. 30, 1896 COME DOWN. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. This Will Bo nn Inevitable Result If McKInloy Should Bo RESIDENCE FOR SALE. go'd Residence Houte In Stanford, with on lamolot, lor tale. Theiotcoiitain stoic fi acre, and can be easily divided, puttingreasonhouse and residence on separate lots. At A tore-hous- e Elected President. standard on tho American people, employed labor has fairly held its own. by virtue of the power of organization But the day d raws near when tho crushing weight of the gold standard will break down the labor organizations, r.nd with It tho present wage scale will shrink many points nearer its inevitable level tho wago scale of England, fiermnny, Italy, Portugal and other THE REASONS FOR IT. De- notice clause wns an unThat Portland San Francisco. ALASKA'S UKAIIX fortunate thing for Mark Hannn's plans. ..To tbt., In the Carnegie mills all new scales go a Into effect the first of the year. In the flM Land Is of 1'aradlsn for th. Uuutes the Clrlitly. McKlnlcy's improbablo event of Mr. Via i nCtitt To tho bear hunter tho wilds of Alaska election, Mr. Carnegie will reduce tho offer n paradise that can bo found in no wages of his 10,000 employes not less other country on tho globe, ns it is atthan $750,000 for the coming year, nnd tested by tho yearly shipments of hidea thnt Is a Inrger contribution than he Tho mot chosen nro those of tho black cares to mnko to the campaign fund, bear, which roam tho woods by hun(jl9Ji; lilt kiaAU i UfcJfc , countries. In view of the fnct that by no human dreds, nnd prlmo skins bring from $25 I In the enforcement of this merclles possibility can n new tariff bill be up to ns high ns $100 eaeli in tho market OdIjt Olninr Car Koutt from law who nro tho gainers? The answer passed In the next four years. During tho excursion season tourists is an easy one. Those who own the The American workmnn who votes for from nil parts of tho globo mnko a thriv90-da- y NORTHWEST able price and c J3tf . terms. Apply to N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. u eair J. : T. STJTTOXT, UNDERTAKER, : LiL-co- Whether Wages Go Up or Down pends Entirely on tho Result of the Election. If the HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. ln Offers his aerrices o the people ol We it and Casey Counties. Full stock of Colnns always on hand, and Caskets gs O. 8. Carpenter, Manager. Golil Standard Is to llecomo Per niutient Wagon Will Decline Along with Kvcrj thlnn Kino Tho I'rutlts of ltuliita Already Uono llryuu's Success Will Aort This Crisis. gold. Those who deal only in money Those international pawnbrokers who own nnd control the gold; who manipulate markets with the skill of who permit a temporary rise in prices only as a means of renllzlng profits, nnd whose steady policy Is to depreciate the value of everything but gold. anu-glclan- William McKinley votes for nent reduction In wages. n perma- ; MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS n Chicago, Oct, 27, 1800. (Special.) The most sweeping and dlstastrous reIn Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., seml-aduction of wages in tho history of nual interest; no commission charged. Addrets American industry will follow the GEO. W.DAVY, Room 17, Kenyon building, Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur presidential election, if the gold standther Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, At- ard is finally foisted upon the nation. torney, Stanlord, Ky. are warned In advance, and if they fall to heed and govern themselves accordingly it is their own ! 1 Wage-earners Tick up your republican or gold Mamlnnl democratic paper and read what they are telling you. Open the envelopes Mark Ilnnna Is sending yo nnd read the Inclosed pamphlets. What Co they tell American Here are some of the things they tell wage-earner- s? 1 i try. That things are cheaper than ever fault. Having bought of J. V. Adams his Coal Plant will before and that any change which will If Mr. McKinley is elected there and good will at Rowland, Ky.,I will continue the great i also prices will be at the cost of the CoalBusiness at said place. W. T. SAUNDERS be a reduction in wages in all the of it as he is well known in that factories and mills of the country. will have charge end of the counly. That if our present dollar is n J. B. HIGGINS. 44 is the dollar, the Were it not for tho certainty that a greatest gainer. general reduction in wages would bury That falling prices ore n national A. G. I.anham John B. Cattleman. Mr. McKinley under an avalanche of blessing; thot a dollar which does not votes, wages would have been reduced rise in value is n dishonest dollar. two months ago. By almost superhuThey aro attempting to prove to man energy Mark llanna and the re- workmen and s that they publican managers have averted th are overpropperous; that this wonder, INSURANCE COMPANY reduction except in a few unimportant ful prosperity is the result of the gold instances. Tho great trusts, with their standard and that a return to the tise billions of money and their millions of silver and gold will be disastrous. LIVERPOOL. OF have been federated Into by reason of the Increased purchasing power of his dollar than ever before in the history of the counperous to-da- you: That the purchasing power of a dol lar has enormously increased. is more prosThat the wage-earner y NOTICE wage-earne- r. 200-ce- nt wage-work- er wage-earner- BMBEE & CSSTLEMSH. , MANAGERS, Commerce Building,' Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. , W. A. THXBB1.13. Kentucky. 37tf LOCAL AGENT, Stanford, f of employes, a campaign machine, and have nctcd in concert. They have done bo nt nn enormous sacrifice in profit. Many great corporations have been running nt an actual loss, and the banks have been called on for support, until the strain threatened a panic. But it was life or death. To 6hui down was a fatal admission. To reduce wages was suicidal. The weak one were encouraged financially nnd they nro now entering on what they propose shall bo the last month of the present wage scale. If Mr. McKinley is elected the political orators of the next decade will grow eloquent in description of the "good times of 159G." They will do scribe how in the fall of 1893 the great factories were running on full time; how every man who desired Work could find it; how the tramp became n rarity and the smoke from n thousand factory shafts blackened the sky nnd the hum of industry made glad music in the land. 'man in There is not a Chicago, New York. Philadelphia, Pittswell-poste- d burgh or any other manufacturing center who does not know that there will ropyHphl tSO.1 by Win. J. Ualtzclnw. lJnint..'lcnr be a general reduction in wages put Ainnrn OUNUOi Ti.jc,dKoiind SAllKtU CCIMPCunder ih- noles. K'pecl.11). into effect the day after McKinley is WmiI. irniiil duicilj - dll'l.l Devotional and Revival Meetings, Singing Schools and Day Schools, Sunday Schools & Young People's Societies, with Rudiments. Ibl lt IU elected. Mtnnli. cr ml ' IJi.ui iiubdirJ I'T '1--'- s William J. Holtzclaw. iSitt-t- ly irrigbl. rr ,lox- - SiiJ all ,,TT,i.l.r"; . woVr. u, f J. K. VanArsdalo, DEALER IN quires no written or verbal proof. By every act, by every move, by the columns of the great daily newspapers, they have proclaimed the coming reduction in wages in terms so plain that every man with common intelligence can read between the lines. The United States has been on nn absolute gold basis 6'nce the repeal of the Sherman act, which repeal was in 1893. Since that time there has been a steady and relentless reduction in prices, and consequently in profits. Wages have been reduced somewhat, but in no proportion as compared with the decline in selling price in all forms of property, with the Bingle exception of gold. Real estate has declined, rents have fallen, manufactured goods have decreased in selling price; thousands of articles of manufacture nnd of common use have dropped slowly but surely In the price scale. Look at your stock reports. Compare the listed value of railroad stocks with the quotations of a year ago. Pick up your paper and compare the quotations on the great industrial stocks with the figures of a year or two ago. They tell the same story; the story of a Bteady decline in values, with decreased earn- This is so self-evide- nt that it re- What is the effect of this? They are preparing American workmen for a reduction in wages. When the election is over they will inform you that capital is entitled to some of the blessings which follow the adoption of the gold standard. They will assure you that the wage fund Is absorbing nil the profits of production, and prove by their books and by stock quotations that such a readjustment in wages must be made as to term!t the profitable employment of cnpltol In order thnt it may continue production and the employment of labor. And when you strike you will lose. And when you lose, and when the vnst army of the now unemployed hae taken your places at reduced wages, you will then have received the benefit of an object lesson showing the inevitable result of the gold standard and falling prices. And then you will have plenty of time to study this question. A few years later, when prices have yet further declined, when gold has yet "further advanced, the same thing will happen again, with the same result, and wages will have tended downward bv that natural law whiii proclaims that under competition all things seek n common level. And it will not end until the United States reaches the plane in the wage scale of gold standard Italy and Portugal. By the election of Mr. McKinley this reductiou In wages will be enforced by all the power of the military and the unrestricted use of that new and scientific weapon of gold monopoly, "government by Injunction." Congress will convene upon the election of McKinley in epccinl session and grant new powers to the judiciary and carry into national effect those methods so successfully employed in private use by Mark Hunnu, II. C. Frick, of Homestead, and n. C. Payne, of Milwaukee. Muncie, lnd., Oct. 18. Particulars of the settlement of the Hint glass workers' wage scale at Pittsburgh last week have just developed to the effect thnt the reduction the men accepted was three cr cent. The manufacturers state thnt the nonunion factories made it only n question of time when the men would hnvc to tnle n greater reduction, or seo their organization go to pieces. A REMARKABLE PARALLEL. A Letter by air. Jefferson Which Aptly Applies to the Present Munition. In 1S00, when the federally party was virtually wiped out, Tlioinn-- . wrote his friend nnd Virginia neighbor, Mnizci, then in France, letter in which he gives a strictly accurate outline, not only of that but of this. "The aspect of our politics," Jefferson writes, "has wonderfully changed since you lrft us. In place of the noble love of liberty nnd republican goernn,cnt, which carried us trumphantly through the wnr, an American pnrty has sprung up whose avowed purjose it Is to ilmw us over to the substance, as they have already done to the forms, of the British government. While the main bo'y of our citizens remain true to repul-llcn- n against tis institutions are the executive, the federal, two out of three branches of the legislature, till the officers of the government, all timid men, who prefer the calm of despotism to the boisterous sen of liberty, nil British merchants nnd Americans trading on British capitnl nil speculators and brokers and with them tho hanks nnd dealers In the public funds (t'ni'.rd States bonds) a contrivance Invrntrd for the purpose of corruption and for assimilating us to the rotten ns well as to the sound parts, of the British model. It would give you n fever If I were to name to you the nj)Ostates who have gone over to these heresies- - men who were once Solomons in council nnd Samsons in the field, but who hnv had their heads shorn by the hnrlot Eng land. In short we are likely to preserve the liberty we have obtained only by unremitting lnbors and perils. But we shall preserve It" Irf-ferso- Three lYr Cent. Cut In Wnfjcs. n 11 cnin-pnig- n, ing trade for Alaska merchants In thf hear skin line. Tlieio nro fivo distinct species of the Kltgant Pullman Villbuld bear in Alnska tho black, Lromi 01 Slrepr ol Modern Pattern. cinnamon, and a cro, which inhabit For tnapi or any tnloimatlon, addroi nil portions of southeastern Alaska NIANK I. REID.) f E. H. IIACON' 1 nnd the upper portion of tho Yukon D. P. A , G. P Afttit, I J 01 ( I.eult.ll!. country. .Chicaco Further north, in tho St. lit sure In call for Ellas Alps, Is tho homo of a gti.zly Motion Koutr. which in size, ferocity, nnd color much St Paul. Onnvor. resembles tho gtlzzlies of tho Siorra Koriidas, and still further north, nlong tho lower reaches of tho Yukon and tho ,ir VOU AKIGOINCJ..... ico fields of tho Atctic Ocean, is the ok white polar bear. As brnvo and skillful in hunting bear as tho Alaska Indian Is, .THK...... ho seldom hunts tho St Ellas grizzly, both because there U lit tie profit In the hides and tho great sizo and ferocity oi tho beauts mnko huutiug tho in a most hazardous undertaking. Their modo qf killing thotn is b shooting into them from n heavll; LOUIBVIIK 4 NSSHVIllI SI. R. cbnrged smooth bore musket a hear) slug of lend, copper, or iron, then awaitIt th lias for you, aa It ing their charge, which never fails tc follow- tho shot, with a long, honvy, nnd strongly mndo spenr, resting tho butt ol M,'c1om connictlom at tho weapon on the ground nnd planting GODlSVILLEAnd CINCINNATI ono foot firmly against it Tho point ol for all point. tho spear resti nt an nnglo to pierco tin HkOUOH TICKETS SOLI). HAGOAOK CHfCKKD THKOl GH bear in tho bico.it, nnd tho bear's For any Ufoiraation ;qulr of weight, whou it strikes tho sponr In iti JOtS, KICK.AitBt, nind charge, is calculated to drive the Stanford, Ky weapon thiottgli him or plurco hint deep enough to cntuedeatli. As will ba rend-tlseen, if at this critical moment th hunter's courage should full him, or IJ a miscalculation the sinr fnilod to tho chnrging beast, tho huntel New Line Wtocm Cincinnati, would 1h knocked sotiHclcwt nnd immeol diately torn into hrctR This mode boar hunting tuny have its advantages, but only the Alaska Indian has thocour Solid Trains, ago to try tho experiment. laouxsvxix!: TO CHICAGO. 1 If ORTH WEST. y Double Daily Train M ot tin-pal- "Big Four" Fast Time. Toledo and Detroit. NORTON FOR BRYAN. "MldiHe-of-the-Honi!" GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Be Sure to Give Him a Call. www The election of W. Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it m- Keeps You Well. Sflbt oJ two huaulrd LovmiIobs By the election of W .1. Bryan no Increase in the army will be made necessary. Arbitration will take the plaoa of coercion. Whpn congress passes the bill silver, and when that precious metal again assumes its function as legal nnd constitutional money, wages will steadily rise. The decline In values will cease, and slowly but steadily rise to a point where an honest bushel of wheat can look an honest dollar squarely In the face. And In TO AIIIDK I1Y TIIL'IK UECISIONV Whicli is the anarchist? steadily-fallin- g Sold in Lincoln county by prices, and this operation the pawnbroker will go suffer from the wages of unorganized labor are out of business. Stanford. I will tell you nlKint tho tariff question. W. B. McRoberts, fixed by the relative prosperity of the If tho men who mint protection will Join " Drug Store, Penny's prohibitory duty on forMr. Carnegie eould not wait until mo In putting trude unions. Craig & Hocker, after the election. Bead this telegram: eign fluunclul policies, I will discuss tho W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. "Pittsburgh, Oct. 1. (Special to the rest of tho tariff schedule with tlioni." Can anyone deny these statement.! Twidwell, und prove their falsity? Are they not Chicago Becord.) Notices have lecn W. J. llrjatn. F. B. When McKinley was governor of There is no theory about posted at the Homestead mill of the Hammond, Hubble. J. A. it. These are the things thutliave hap- Carnegie company of a readjustment Ohio, llanna was his guardian. ThereBros., McKinney. Tanner pened. To recapitulate: Capital of wages to take effect January 1, 1SP7. fore, in criticising Bryan's opponent, J. F. Alstott, Powers. in business and manufacture Under the agreement with the work- wo look not ut the servant, but nt the Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. has suffered and suffered enormously; men each side is required to give W master not at McKinley, the most M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. business men and manufacturers have days notice of any change desired in pitiable figurehend in public life held out, hoping against hope for n g the wages paid. It Is not known how but at llanna, his owner and tyrant. Yours for Health, market; some of them have failed; many departments will be affected by Ilev. Herbert U. Casson, of Lynn, James T. Cooke, those yet In business can maintain tho the proposed chnnge, or whether the Mass. Harrodsburg, Ky. prevailing wage scale no longer, and day men or only the tonnage men will "I don't want nny man to oie for ino are compelled by tho inexorable law be subject to a reduction In pay. because ho thinks that If I am elected I Who can thick of supply and demand to reduce wages readjustment always will help him put his hands In somebody "The mn of soma simple' to a point where profits aro possible. Wanted-- An redaction, and that It was s re- else's pocket. All I expect to do Is to means talon to Dstentr yonr Ideut they mar tiring you weiiio. During tliese three years Mnco the Eng- adjustment that caused the big strike of somebody else from putting his hands Fiteni WKDDEBBURN Writ? lish cold power finally forced in 1808." D. C for their 1.8U0 prlM oStr la your pockets." W. J. Hryan. W ings for capital. Capital and not labor has been tho sufferer from the condition of affairs. By laboi is meant employed labor. By capital is meant money employed in business of manufactories. Capital hesitates long before making a wage reduction. Capital icspects the great labor organizations which stand like a rock in defense of prevailing wages. Capitol knows the cost of a great strike and carefully considers the consequences before precipitating n wage war. As u result organized labor is the last to feat the proposed reduction in wages. The triumph of free silver; the election of a congress opposed to English monometallism with its falling values and wages, will act as a tonic on the n American people. The steatdy of values will cease; the rise In the selling price of manufactured and farm products will act as a national stimulus. Gold will fall In price. The International pawnbrokers will lose money, but the people will live. When the firm of Heldelbach, & Co. suffers a loss every farmer and workman In the United States will be a distinct gainer. dtpie-clatioIckle-heiin- J. Bryan will de- er vorite candidate of the "middle of thf road" populists for the presidential nomination at the Si. Louis convention, has written n letter to Senator Butler, of North Carolina, chairman of the populist national committee, announcing his support of Mr. Brynn and a I vising jHjpulists everywhere to assist in Mr. Norton adMr. Bryan's election. vises jKpullsts to forgive for the tint" any unjust treatment from the demo crats and postpone the settlement of minor difficulties until after the election. He says: "If success is assured, the jiopullst party cannot be denied the glory of the victory. Whether Mr. Bryan Is a populist or not, one thing absolutely certain is thnt every enemy reformers have encountered during the last 20 among Mr. Bryyears we find an's bitterest nnd most relentless o- ponents. If they are his enemies, U must be our fri"nd. Ills success is their defeat, their defeat is our victory "However much the populists ma t have suffered at St. Iouis us to the poliej to ndopt; however much some of us may still believe that mistakes were made under existing circumstances, there is only one course to pursue, and that is to loyally and earnestly support Mr. Brynn not so much for the sake of elevating him to the presidency ns for the purpose of defeating what may be appropriately and most expressively termed Mark ITannn republicanism. Although sonic of us may regret certain fusion ar- rnngements which have leen made, it is a noticeable fact that no other man in the United States is so much troubled nbout them ns the manager of the republican enmpaign." Which Is the Anarchist? Edward Lauterbacb .chairman of the .New York county republican commits tee and delegate from the state at large to the republican national convention, says: "If a majority of the votes at the approaching election should be cast for Bryan and the Chicago platform, we will not abide by that rv Milt," William Jennings Bryan soys: MI am wllllnjr to sulnnlt any question, however irreat or smnll, to tho people of tho United Htatl-H- , AND I AM WILLING to-da- The Lender of the TopulUt for th llenioemtlc Lender. Mr. S. F. Norton, of Illinois, the fa- IHkcer. Excellent Equipment. General Wiutlfld Scott hnd no feelingt of compassion for dissipated men and Inaugurated May 24. THK SCHKUUI.F, hnd his own idea as to the pro pel I.vp Cincinnati 9 00 a. oi. roinedy for intemperance. Ono of hit Air. ToUdc . m. 1 J IB. Jill', in. V$P.. ho win it Arr. Detroit military orders, Kiven when I ic a. in. Sjp. Throuih coachr and nailer oil on da mini. command nt Itock Inland, in l&l'J, which Clacio. has been discovered in tho loivn Slnt Throufh coachct, Wafncr tleplnc Cart on night nail to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit library, throws sotno light on his l train. No iar notions on this subject The ordoi troll ia erlcr between Cincinnati. Toledo and P ASGOOII AM)L'H NhW VOKK LINK. is copied in full in tho current uuinlei OOI) AS OUk I MICAGO LINK. JAS AS GOOD AS OIR 5T LOUIS LINE. of tho Magazine of American Hi.tturj Ttuj"our ticket tSroui h ia "Illc I'our " and related to the appenrnnce of cholori For lull information on among tho soldiers at Bock Island nnd K. O. Mcl'OKMACK, cnl Dagtnta cr addretiT II. MART IN, Paia. Trail c M(t Gen. Pan ,V Tat, Al, pursued. to to tho sanitary measures Various precautions in tho way of ckvtu linen, tho use of lliwmol clothing, etc, nro recommended on tho authority ol . ji-cu- V.rtry .Man III Own Orr. lj j j y cot-rec- , tho physicians, but, tho order continues: Only Dntct Lite ltetweea "The commanding Koncrul, who has seen much of tho disease, knows that it li which, In tho present stnt Shorten and quicken between and Frankfort, Georffotown and Parlo, of tho njinowphore, generates CarllBlo, Mnyavlllo, Oynthinnn, spreads tho calamity, and that, when Falmouth nnd Covin&rton. once spread, gol nnd tompenito men i Krntuckv Midland, Tralsa aro likely to tnko tho Infection. He A for ticket by Centra) Standard lint. run therefore imperatively commands thai TlnrTM April ), iftt. every soldier or ranger who shall I No i. No j No. 7, itMfta .AbT. found drunk or sensibly intoxicated p. in. p. m. a ci A e Kranklort after tho publication of this order U 033 , it ' KUrcrn to will j8 403 to compellod m soon n his strength Stamring l. round 7 17 4I 437 permit, to dig a gravo at a suitable " 5eoi(rlon.ll... 7 43 4 31 13 J to his own 4rr.CS. Drpot 750 300 buryiHg place largo enough for " Pan C... 8 jo 3)3 400 rocoption, as such a grnvo can not fail bo wanted for tho drunken man TRAINS WKST Not. No. 4. No. 10. No. B, soon to a m. p. m. p. n, a. m. himself or sonio drunken companion. L Pail.... C 3 jc 9 fo 433 " C K. Depot .... 10 .6 Jj This order Li givon as well to serve foi " Georgetown II 6 jS 6 40 343 tho punishment of drunkounetu as to " Stamp's Gro'd 104a 634 o jl 7 t; " Kikh.orn spare good and t:ncrntoincn tho labor .. 11 16 11 7 7 13 OnrWorl A... I 13 1,in 713 of digging graves for their worthies " companions. " jIMJaYIKAIMj. Frankfort Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrlv .Snake Swalluwml the llahy. 11 to a. m. Goorgo Wharton, of Brown county, Lav Frankfort 4 5 u. arrive Georgetown m. tells a blood curdling snako story. Mr. , 11 p. Kentucky Midland Railway and connec The William Iluxclly, living in a log cabin, m form the ihorteat and cheapen rout to all was making soap in tho back yard, havointi South, Kait, .Vorlh and Writ. Kor further information pplr to their agent. ing kissed Iter sweet little 0 months babe C. D. BtHCAW. Gen. 1'ata. Axent.. OKO. II. HARPF.lt, Hec'r & Gen Sup to sloop in tlw cradle. Presently the Frankfort Kv baby screnmod, and she rushed In and was horror stricken to find a lildoou? blucksnnko of enormous size trying to swallow the child. It had on gulfed tho hand und swallowed it up to U10 arm pit and was writhing in its contortions and efforts to mnko further progress Grasping tho hideous roptile in the middle, it soomed to relax Its hold and disgorge tho child's arm, thon turnod upon its mothor. She d&dhed It to tho floor, and in her wild frenzy stamped it to dentil. It proved to bo of tlw black racer species, 7 feet 2 iuchos long, nnd measuring 6 Inches in circumference. TO READ BOTH SIDES The babo lived, and the only InconvenOP THE QUESTION? ience it suffered from its terrible experience was that its arm and hand were blistered as if scalded in hot water. The New York Journal Is the only Cincinnati Enquirer. indorsing Ky. Midland R'y," Cliiclmmtl mid Frankfort 1 1 1 1 P- - Are Afraid Metropolitan paper You ? 11 Latest Form of Ilabber Pavsmant. The municipal authorities of Brussels have decided to experiment on the new compound "c&outchous macadam. " A portion of ono of the principal yards of the city is being paved with this ra teriai Tho compound consists of a mixturo of India rubber nnd different kinds of stones ground up together and convertod into a sort of cemont by means of heat Tho material b stated to bo hard, clastic, and durablo, and to be unchanged by either heat or cold. It ia anticipated that it will provo extremely well adapted for running tracks and lawn tennis courts. Unielflshnsso. Thoro nro three kinds of unsclfislmoaa thnt which springs from a senso of duty, thnt which spring) from u natural benevolence toward ono's species, and that which springs from love, Tito first of these is n conscious unselfishness; tho second is so in a lees degree; but tlw Bryan and Sewall and It dally publishes articles hy the leading financiers of the country on both sides of the question, t "Silver versus Gold. ft It Is progressive, fc liberal and always espouses the cause of the masses. Every broad minded man should " self-eviden- cm-ploy- to-da- ris-iu- third may bo nnd very often is uncon-rciou- s Idea rj pro-ve- nt Nono tho of itself altogether. less it needs to bo dragged into tlw light now nnd thon, nnd carefully examined, lest it too, beautiful though it is, should degenerate then and thero Into some-- ' for removed from ltd Uz iot in -- read it, whether Republican or Democrat. 111. NEW YORK.' 1 Cont ovorywhoro. Dally Subscription for Ono Month, Including Sunday - - - -- 40conts $1.00 Two Months and a Half - Send subscription to t The New York Journal, Circulation Department, wanted. 1 iv an earnest of the dop and tho campaign, lie depicted in burning firm resolve of the yeomanry to right words the misery and want that tho sinthia week. tho people's wrongs, and put the seal of gle gold standard had brought In thia A FULL, line of Toilet articles and Percondemnation on the republicans nod and and other countriea and showed that - Oct. 30, 1896 fumes. Craig it Mocker. Stanford, Ky., their allies by ro.ling up the largest dem- the only relief lay in the immediato Ladies' fall wraps of all description ocratic majority ever given in the coun- opening of the mints to tho free coinage ty. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. and all prices at Shanks'. ofBllverasthey are to gold. He plead I will begin All nature Beemed to smile on tho oc- in the name of humanity and a so ffi ring Sbvbkancr Si o.N'sad. mis week is in- casion. The night waa a pjrfpct one, people for a change, which reason and Youehoukl take your prescriptions to deed inodeHt and sensible. olseless than a Miird of the large crowd observation showed would result in ben'I'onnyV ilniK etofH where prompt and accurate service Is Ktmruntuoil. Don't fall to sen our now hats and could not have heard the patriotic words efit to tho toiling masses on the farm and of the speakers. An attempt, was made In the work shops. Mr. Hardine is one r. bonnets before you buy. Mrs. Kate to speak in tho hut it was of the best posted men on the financial .To offer at Auction my Entire Stock of. pjiuaoxAL voixrs. soon filled to ovcilhwing and still tho question In the State nnd Is one of tho VB are leaders in the sale of apecta t Mhs. M. K. Loud Mini daughter return cles ami trusses. All work guaranteed. eager people crowded for admission. It white metal's most earnest advocates. od to Louisville yestunUy. was then decided to go to tho banl stand His speech was a clincliBrand must have MhH. Doi.ru W.sDDLK, of Somerset, is Craig & Hocker. in the yard, and afti r the choir had ren- brought conviction to the veriest gold . tho nuewt of Mia Woody Halo. Geo id b D. Wkakkn bought at Lancas- dered a couple of stirring campaign songs bug in the nudiencM that there is someCome and invest your money at your own price and watch for big Mim. K.MM.y ALk.AM)Kit nud Mica ter Monday several shares of National the words of which were composed by thing very tottin in our monetary bargains. Mr. Joe F. Waters, tho crowd rushed Kuielyno went to Lexington Tuesday. Amid dealing applause, Mr. Dank stock at ISO. Mich FLonENCKTA.v.sKit, of McKinuoy, thither. ''Marching to Victory," to the Hardi'g closed his ppeech with an ex M11. Fblix IJ. Twidwkll, of Huston-villid the must of Miss Nunuio Vandoveer. tuno of "ltdvive Us Again," and a predion of hia confidence that Lincoln is going to tell his patrons through K. II, Ukazlwy In helping itt to the tune of "Home, Swict county democrats would he true to their d this paper hereafter what good goods ho Home," were admirably rendered and interests aud their noble standard bearu. llvtry stable during the busy keeps and at what low prices. loudly and longly applauded. Three ers, Dryan, Sewall and Thompson. was who sung wero Mrs. Joe S, Itice, Calls which wouldn't stop being made JamksU. IIahdin, of Monticello, Si'KAKiso Hon. It. 0. Warren will tlio Ktieat of his brothers, Mark and liun Nettle Wray, Clara Mershon, Dettie for Hon. It. C. Warren, Mr. Harding 1 r. M. Saturday. speak at Waynesburg at Ojtavia Sizemore. Georgia Wray, forced that gentleman to the front and mrutn. The Dryan club of that place will be out Myrtle Hughes, Deesio Richards, Nan- be waa received with every ovidence of OAIK IVUUT IB llUnil in 1110 OliUU 0 in force to hoar one of the best speeches Casey" null Inn buKglt-- for Mr. U. K. nie Vandoveer, Mamie DeDord, Minnie gco I will and confidence. His democraof the campaign. Straub, organiBt, Kate Walton Waters, cy is of the uncbangnble variety an the Wearen. .. Mil, J. M. I'mtUs, of Louisville, spent Mkables. Desldes aslck wife, Mr. It. George W. DeDord, cornetlst, Mr. Dry-an- t, people love Lim for his steadfastness and Wallace W. Withers, A. G. Huff- devotion to their interests, so as ho exseveral daya with tila relative, Mrs. Kate G. Jones has four children in bed with P. Miller. the measles. Ho Bays the Joseph Price man, Joe F. Waters. horted his hearers to renewed efforts for JtuniK Thomas F. Harois arrived When the governor, Hon. Robert the causes, he was given the most hearty Infirmary is a small allair compared with Harding and Hon. It C. Warren, with evidence of approval. He urged the to fill his appointment to apeak his house at the present time. an escort of ladies and gentlemen, ar- democrats present to use their individulast night, The Gracio Wharton Mission Dand rived at the stand, a sea of upturned al efiortB for Bryan, , Mim. John 1 Jouks and children went Thompson end Prywill give a candy pulling at Miss Annie faces with determination and enthusi- or and redeem Lincoln county to demociu 4'jnuiDuiivnic, v., yeoicruay 10 vioil Miller Peyton's next Saturday afternoon, asm greeted them. In eloquent tones tier brother. racy and good government. His remarks McChkahy waa the guest of Mr. from 2 to I o'clock. Admission 10c, Mr. Warren introduced Gov. McCreary, were in excellent taste and were highly Gov. J. M. Alverson and I'oetmaeter J. W. Everybody Invited. If you ctn't come, when lor Beveral minutes tbo crowd commended and appreciaded. give them your order for candy. cheer- -l the "Model Governor and (,ltopt while here. Hon. Harvey Helm, who had done . . Missus Lk.na Kimiieiilin, of Missouri, to the echo, giving him such more than any other one man to make Tub stock men must be for free silver and Klla Gray, of Doyle, are Rtieata of almost to a the occasion memorable, was loudly weeks ago Mr. an ovation as must have filled his unit. A Mra. T. A. Coulter. soul with pride. called for when Mr. Warren closed, and G. A. Swinebroad went with a crowd of Miib. Lrk UurniA.v, of Lexington, la 30 to Cincinnati an only one of The governor began by expressing his be responded in a manner highly creditthem visiting Mra. Cecilia Kppenhouscn Uailey was a gold bug, while on a heartfelt appreciation for the magnificent able to bin mind and heart. He plead similar trip at tihtlhy vtllo. Lender. lait week he found that all of the dozen greeting and further evidence of esteem for Dryan and Thompson In eloquent from a people that all during bis olllcibl terms and appealed to the voters ol LinMti. X. A. Tyhkk niturned Mondav or more were for th white metal. from a protracted visit to rtlativea in life as governor of the great State and lii coln county not to do to unreaMadison and Montgomery. Fontaink Fox DoiniiTT handB us tbo years in Congret-- had fctood faithfully by sonable thing as to vote for Davison. Dohbitt will ppeak in the him and never failed to give him a ma- "Vote for Palmer and Duckner, if your Mh and M110. V. U. Shanks teturned following: Friday night, Oct. ItOtb, at 7 jority of their votes. He then paid a conscience to dictates," ho Baid, "but for Tuesday afternoon from a visit to the o'clock. Mo will speak on both shies and beautiful tribute to the ladies and gen- God's sake, lor the sake of all that is Utter's parents in Madison. Hon. J. N. Saundkhs was called to all aides of all the important questions tlemen cf tho choir, for their presence good in democracy, do not vote for Lonievlllu by thu serious illness of his before the people. The ladies especially and aid on thu occasion and launched in Beca-usfor Congress, who if elected will are invited and he will give, them more to his speech, which for two hours held prove the most egregrious misfit ever in mother, Mra. .Miles Saunders. Wo Do Not Miih Hoiikiit CiiArriu., of Lebanon verbal embroidery and elegant scallophis hearers with rapt attention or forced that great body." With fiights of oratoselect some few articles and Junction, arrived yesterday to visit her ing and recherche croquit'.ing than they t'lein to enthusiastic applause. The fun- ry and anecdotes, he kept the crowd in tell how low we sell them, don't think have iieard in 10 decades. Col. Hill damental principle of democracy and the the highest pitch of enthusiasm, and alparents, Mr. mid Mrs. J. V. Adams. th?t our goods are high priced. Is J. Warren Mocker anil not W. II. 1ms just said Dobbitt is an elegant gen- Bifety of tiie republic he said as laid down though it was past 11 o'clock, it urged It Our competitors know that, quality who is serving his country as a grand ju- tleman and all the ladies can go to hear by Jefferson is the acquiescenBe in thu him to go on. considered, we sell goods cheaper than will of the majority. Ho like all other ror tills work. Ttie cleric not his InitUlh him. Win. Huser and Nick Young, of others that's what bothers them; but good democrats cheerfully gave both bis who are doing yeoman service , wiong. McKiNi.rv people tell us that mortal it's your advantage. acquiescense and his fullest support to for the cause, were prominent in tho pa Hon John Sam Owsmcy.Sh., left Wedman never got such a skinning before as Our store was designed and arranged will us expressed by the majority of rade. nesday for Howling Green to represent Judge Tarvin gave Doltocrat Elector that to do business with small expense, yet the constituted authorities of the party Messrs. W. L. McCarty and James Roy Walnut Flat church in thu Cumberland m Wight at Mc Kinney Monday night. regularly convened at Chicago. Wtien had charge of the Kingsville cavalry and it is the most commodious and carries Presbyterian Synod Wight didn't know h was to bu answerCot,. T I Hill went up to Jullico yeshe ment oued thu name of thu candidate mansgad it like old soldiers in the cause. Penny's Drug Store. largest stock. ed and was not as particular as he might "Tell 'em to vote for Thompson" was terday to help the republicans with a that that convention had nominated and have been in hia assertions, hut he will apeivh to day. He will do likewiso at pid him the highest tribute as a man a frequent requeet made by Ihe crowd to know better nxt time. It was a tovuh and a statesman, from Williamsburg his knowledge of the speakers, who did so with an enthus&&&&&&9gddM3Xs Uteon to him, but it will do him good him gained in four years service in Con- iastic response. Miis. J.H. Ahmstkono and handsome Bondsilver men deserve censure for gress with him, tho crowd went wild daughter, Minuie May, of Dallas, Teme, The It was nip and tuck which was the ing down here for Tarvin and playing with delight and fairly shook thu earth happiest man "Highland" Jim Carter or passed through to Lancaster Wednesday such a trick on an unsuspecting little to visit the former's parents, Capt. and witi thunders of applause. The speaker 'Free Silver" Johnson. The cup of joy gold man. reviewed thu democratic platform and of each wss full to overflowing. Mra. Frank J. White. No Methodist congregation ever enjoy showed that thu charge of anarchy and Judos H.J. Dkcckiniudok, eltctor foi DEMOCRATIC LOVE FEAST. socialism that the republicans and their oiu sweetor love fea6t than did the asthe S h district, was here this week re- CoHittry I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condf-tioPeiijde Join thr Tmen in Doitvj aid society make against it was due eith- sembled yeomanry of Lincoln. Not a turning from Mt. Vernon, where lie Hum to (?'. MeCffttry, of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. er to ignorance of the vital principles thing occurred that even In the slightest made a tilling ppeech Mondav. The Who Miikm in EUnuetU 1'Uii for Dtimx:-wr- y of democracy or a vicious attempt to per- manner disturbed the hearty good cheer I laid in my Judge isBtir. of victory for Hie full vert facts. He paid hid respects to the that prevailed. awl U Tided. ticket in the district. Indianapolis concern, but did it without Messrs. Lee Reynolds, of the Hon. Kohei.t Haiidi.no was hem Wed- - lU&rrl Httnliwj FolUm in mh lfurt Full haish words or bitter criticism. Of John Knob section, and Dilly Caldwell, Bound of Dee neHtlay and expressed himself as perof Orniori&U Ilnwly Km CuhWim- G. Carlisle, he had no words of personal Lick, were two of the most enthusiastic fectly satisfied that Dryan would carry inJ hyk. Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming Kentucky. Politics in Ins county is a Cctnsnre. though he regretted ids cbunge of the uuterrified. The former is OUl Dick M'ftrren ami Harve 1Mi and the latter only a few years hia in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. of froutand hise.'lort to follow in the little mixed, but thH republican majority Gmmd ilh THIimj Effect to f)otntepsof Harrison's secretary of tho junior, but they didn't hesitate to ride See my stock bsfore buying. will bo huld down to the normal, tven treasury by trying to redeem JSGIt.OOO.OOO some 10 or IS miles to hear the model Rflittl Cull. with the boltoor.ifn cuttinit a figure. Ilnmlrnb itf Men on 1 ltr'bck ami Afoot of silver, treasury notes and certificates Congressman. Gov. McCreary's reference to tbe way with a i 100,000.000 gold reserve for which in the I'mcmiim CITY AM) VICINITY. there was no authority in law, when it is the republicans and "sound money" , Firework AM U Uu J!eaitt of the Seeite optional IIavk you seen Dunns window ? , with the government, nnd so democrats mix and the way their ancient awl lncrttte the wiAwdim. ox pressed tnat the notes are redeemable enemies now coddle them was received "'kw P.aisins, Currants, Citron and . When the Dryan Ulub invited Gov. in coin. It was this repullican policy with hearty laughs. Whenever a repub ' Nuts at Warren k Shanks McCreary to address it, even the most that had brought hard times to the peo Iican gats to praising and complimenting kind, is earnest supporter ot the people's candi- ple and caused thu issue of -- 2(12,000,000 around him he begins to think he is Watch work, the warrauted date bad no idea that the occasion would of bonds in the peaceful times of the last wrong at once and recalls the old adage, done by Danks, the Jeweler. be seized upon so earnestly by the peo- 24 months. Elect McKinley and this "Dewareof Greeks bearing gifts." Mr. DiciokBTStocK of Canned Goods and ple of the WestKnd, of tho Wayneabti' state of affairs will continue and before Harding's humorous reference to them A: Shanks." of all sorts at and Kingsville, the Crab Orchard and his term expires iSOO.000,000 more o bIpo caused merriment and laughter. Pickles Come in and see the beautilul line I show. EvWhen Mr. Harding excoriated the ven-a- l the Highland suctions to do honor to bonds will have to bu issued to make A I.AHOK assortment of lap robes in our distinguished Congressman and ery piece of Carpet and Matting will go at remand debased daily press for its course show times harder aud the burdens of life furs, plushes, Ac. Call and see them. their faith in democracy. That it was, is greater. If you want a change, if you against the peoplo's cause, and complinant prices Come posted and see what a surJ. C. McOlary. the subject of gratification and joy to ev- want a secretary of tho treasury who mented the stand taken by the Interior prise awaits you. ery true democrat, who welcomed with will redeem the notes in silver or gold as Jouhnal for democracy and its standard briug your "Fall in line" anil to Oraix k Hocker, lowest prjee open hearto the people who had come is most convenient, vote for Dryan. A re- bearers and some one proposed three for miles around to make the o:casion sounding "Wo will" and otUer demon- cheers for "Walton," the demonstration house in town. memorable. It waa 0 o'clock before the strations showed that every man in the that followed made bis every fibro thrill and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Window W. P. Tatk baa decided to close out town committee knew that several hun- crowd bad made up his mind to do so. with thankfulness for so appreciative a Undertaker Shades, Picture Frames, &c. Stanford, Ky. by auction, Lii stock of dry Rooda dred horsemen would be in from McKin-ne- The governor reviewed hia record in constituency, which he delights to serve. 0. See ad. Kingsville, Highland and other Congress and showed that he had alGov. McCreary was loud in his expresDarrow are places and hurried plana were tnaJu ways been a consistent bimetallism But sions of gratitude for tbe reception acThk creditors of Mra. Jane greet them. The band was engaged we haven't space to do tho governor's ef- corded him here, especially since it could directed to tile their claims, properly to immediately with It. 0. Warren, and fireworks purchased, and when the fort oven alight justice. Suffice it to say have no other significance than a gen-niverified, horsemen wero met on tho Somerset that it was a grand appeal for democracy tribute of appreciation of bis effort Master Coinmiaflloner. pike with music and the flare of Itoman nnd the people, closing with an earn- to serve the people faithfully and conTub new Christian cbuich at Hub. candleaand other illuminants, and cheer est plea for Lincoln county to oil up a scientiously. He came as a plain citizen Sunmet cheer from the cavalry and its es- tremendous majority for Dryan, Thomp- asking nothing and having nothing in the b!e will be dedicated on the eecond There will be dinner cort, a cold chill waa sent down tho spi- son and Pryor. way of office or patronage to give nnd day In November. nal column of republicans nnd bolters, When the governor bad'concluded and yet the people received him more hear I. .on the ground ior all who attend. while joy reigned supremo with the the prolonged cheera had died away to ly than ever before. The occasion would YnsTKnDAY'8 weather prediction waB It wsh a glorious night for de- some extent, Mr. Warren introduced ever fill his heart with pride and thank"Heavy rain, afternoon and niht, with mocracy and was, we hope, the forerun- Hon. Robert Harding, of Doyle, in ap- fulness. Friday, local thunder Btorms. Clearing If there was ever a doubt about the of Are the Only Cash Men in Stanford on propriate words and that wheel-hors' ner of tho grandest victory colder. Frosts Friday night. decidedly by the people, who will on next Tues- democracy and master of eloquence and enthusiasm of tbe true blue democrats of by their ballots that they will bcnutiful language essayed toepeak. He this county, that doubt mutt have been Blunchey, of day eay OrruNHKiM.-Mr.J- ohu not have Mark Ilauna to rule oyer them too was given an ovation and as he paid dispelled Wednesday night. When DernBtadt, Bpoko to a large crowd nt or atich a man as Davison to represent tribute after tribute to the Lincoln counmen ride 20 miles at night to Tuesday afternoon. The rada them in Congresa. ty democracy and the tried and true hear a political speech it certainly must will try and counteract tbo good effects There haa never been a more Spontan- Congressman from the 8th district, the mean that their whole heart is in tbe 3 Satof his speech by having a rally there eous and enthusiastic uprising of the vo- applause was deafening. Tho tremen- cause. Somo of the democrats of Linurday night. ters of Lincoln Mian that witnessed Wed- dous outpouring, ho declared, waa the coln may not bo very strong for froo silia the day nesday night, when pt'oplo came for grandest of compliments to the dis- ver, but they are for democracy and no Hallowb'kn. feL of charms, coquetting with the miles around on horseback, in convey- tinguished speaker who had preceded atonea will be left unturned by them to for trying and oue's sweetheart, looking into ances and on foot to pay a peraonal trib- him and showed that if the leaders are secure it. Mark Hanna's money and future who ute to Gov. James B. McCreary, who in true to the people, the people will be thed'rty work of hia cohorts won't keep mirrora for the rtilectlon of tho one every poaition to which he has been true to the leaders. Mr. Harding then Lincoln county in tbe republican column mato, and other is to be your life which young people ne?er called, has demonstrated that he fills the proceeded to eulogiza the democratic plat tbia year if appearances count for any matters, full measure of a man and a statesman. form and argue tbe all absorbing issue of thing. us and be Convinced What Cash Will Do. ' tire of. ' .?. Nkw Fall (,'oods at Mra. Kate Dudder-ar'- a It wbb alao mL i AUCTION. - - Wednesday, November 9, Dud-dern- court-hous- e, Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing. af-fai- e, dox-olo- gy W. P. TATE, - - HhukIi-niaii'- Stanford. sea-so- Mu-se- De-Dor- 1 Zeigler yea-terda- y Shoes Most Cofortable, Durable, Stylish,. & Best They are Sold Only at st 1 s SHANKS' 33SiXSXSS0 o court-hous- e Da-vis- $& JSSg0S00000 NWW (GrCICD n dun-ocrat- lc Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBERTS. 70-o- Rfml Rug-- W-rr- en Carpets, Matting's, Oil Cloths. W. W. WITHERS, v. begjn-ningNo- y, ne Hiqqins McKinney AKTD evor-nchiev-e- o gray-beardo- d Groceries, .' Hardware, Stoves, &e. lTry Attractive Prices on (Jueensware. light-som- e .... . idVlrfMW HWirtmrlfc lli i1 Ms- - . iffriiinMiiiii ii)V - r' - .i. h'in nnifr- - Jo Felix Twiil nrell is at home BRain al- 'twere possible to ascertain 'twould be It will increase, tho valuo of tlio ter a vacation of eeveral days. Bob Wad-di- n interesting to know how long befcre that farmer's products, thereby encouraging greater production; and Foster Jonep, of Somerset, spent convincing FnbllBbod Every TueBdfty and Friday and converting episode cf It will ennblo tho great railroad sysAT a few dorB with George Weatherford loBt those Covington evangelists, the mourn- tems of tlio country to double thdr SS PKK VKiVltlN ADViVNOK week. ers had wrestled with conscience and ex- justness and pent! railroad receivers Kev. W. V. Bruce haB been awav rWhen not .cpaid SM.BO will be charged." pediency in a prayerful Btrupgleto leHrn mto other fields of employment. from homo bo lon on profeeetonal and aud do the rittht, Sound and Simon It will stimulate manufactures nnd kindred calls thuta requisition will soon (Bolter) K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. pure democrats! Somo anar- 3ivo profit to capital, and Inlior to tlio p. m., returning at Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa HUSTONVILLE. for admission It will curb tho nrropanco of the saints for whom Mark Hanna will provide free passes. If world's great usurors; of tho Trains leave Stanford at j :oon., 10 . od g:o p. m. ,.. in., and 4:05 L.&N. So. 14, Train Mo. LOCAL TIME CARD. 11 37P m .... 3 13 a m Rome North Ho. t Ji is, South QUEEN &CRESCENT. pm ,.n 04 p in ,... 1 oj Train, pas. Junction City a. follows: P m . No. . South ....... 07 P m No 4 North ...3.4. pm ...1.00 .1 u.oaatn .. .. .! a m :..: " " a II 3 ,..6 00 a m ..835 pm ' Nora.-N- os. 4 and r than Junction my. nn j and 0 and " "r fur ROYAI POWDER Absolutely Puro.t der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United StatesGov-eminen- t A cream of tartar baking Report. pow- royal baking:powder;oo. New York. Cn rTfllEli ft, ztKsw.?2mBhjarrn finu yrrfi37F4ii ,""'( S, r f r . - l&JfTZ? SHOWING HIM Where to go in order to Save Money On Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Clothing, Neckwear. Good Suits, $5, $7.50 $8, $10. Remember these Suits are worth much mire. Satisfaction Guaranteed. The 61obe, J. L. Frohman & Co., - Danville. THE London. tired. Give RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. V. B. RILEY, Proprietor, I hyc moved to my new Hotel and am betui prepartd than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attacbod, and every convenience de me a call. ,, gWK4.lS IMUrX 77 ,.,, BARKER HOUSE, J F. BARKKR, Proprietor, Somerset, Kat - Kentucky. TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commod.ou. Sample Roomi. Hdls and office connected by Electric Belli. 4? Proctpt.and polite ecrvice to guests. be issued by his congreKation unless ho aball return at an early date or report why. Farmers are exultinc in the splendid weatber for harvesting corn and seeding wheat. The acreage of the latter cereal is increased, poesibly in consequence ol the recent boom, which leads to hope of bettor prices in future. The broad smiles which overspread ordinarily saturnine countenances of the W. Rifle, Jr , and Waller George Greening have been traced to the recent additions of 11 and Qlbj. of masculinity to tbo respective households. Mrs. R. B. Ednngton after nearly a recovery of typhoid fever relapsed last Wednesday in consequence of dietetic imprudence and died Tuesday afternoon. Remains were interred in Huetonvillo Cemetery Wednesday afternoon. Rev. B. J. Pinkerton conducted the services at the grave. Mies Carrie Woods, of Faint Lick, is hero visiting her sister, Mrs. John W. Reid. Jack Rout stopped over with Charlie Adams Tuesday night as he meandered to Liberty. Jerry Adams got back from Texas a few days since con vinced that the State is safe for democracy. Mrs. Mary Craig and Miss Julia Peyton visited Hustcnville Wednesday. Hon. Herschel Baker, of Columbia, Palmer and Buckner elector of the 11th district, filled an appointment at our town last Saturday evening, and ran the regulation gamut of why a minority should persuade itself justified in bolting the edicts of a majority. Bob Harding, of Danville, was caught in transitu at the right moment to enter a protest, and the fur flew. Herechel observed on retiring from the s ump, "I see that vou have a strong freo silver sentiment here," and he saw a fact much in evidence. The Hustonville Sporting Club adjourned to the mouth of Casey's Creek in Adair county last week and returned Saturday full of enthusiasm as their creels were of black bats and Their catch was without parallel in number and Bizo and though a lay membercaugbt the whole Jim Allen still wears the lsurel as the professor of the guild. Doc Drye declares that any fisherman persuaded to drop a minnow or fly North of Dunnville ib a "sucker." The good people of this end deplore with indignation that a home community furnishes a single hoodlum bo thoughtless of good breeding as to perpetrate his manifestation in a tribute of eges to any champion on the hustings, even the most obecure. The howl which the republican press of Kentucky haa sent resounding over the political world in resentment and condemnation of the treatment of a notorious leader of the McKiniey Aid Society iB nntural. Tha degree of exaltation that taey would accord John G. Carlisle doesn't consist with the teach ings of the g. o. p. in their coddle of the beneficiaries of BuUrage wnom they careeB and (latter as equals of the greatest In the government. If our constitution in its declaration of freedom and equality of all men discriminates against Charlie Bronston in favor of John G. Carlisle we anxiously await reference to section and paragraph. Charlie apostatized from one side and John G. from the other. Charlie caught a etone on his mouth when explaining his change of front to a Lexington audience, John G. never knew of the tribute of eggs tendered hlra tiil after bis speech. Charlie had to suspend for repairs. The egga were a most reprehensible tribute. Charlie's battered mouth a matter of course. TneEOund money preBa and partiB.n howlers of Kentucky are the activo embodiment of (inconsistency. That Palmer and Buckner democrats fbab are constructed on that high plane of sublimated principla which constrains tbem to repudiate the majority decree of the National democratic convention-submiss- ion to which was an exaction mide by Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner in the primary convention of his county, that In their pretended determination to preserve the traditions and purity, unalloyed, of Jeffereoninn and Jacksonian democracy Is beautifully exemplified by the response made to Bourke Cochran's appeal to the P. & B. saints of his audience, who had resolved to vote the republican ticket straight, to ariee. Equally suggestive of thbt devotion to acd Jecksonian democracy is the list of prominent democrats (?j of Lou's- villa and other points in Kentucky who have avowed a conversion to republicanism by a hoodlum or two at Covington who prodigally cast as many na three, nossiblv four, ecca (of no reported un savory odor) on the stage from which their, to them, politically maUdoroue citizen was speaking. Truly, those politically Banctifitd devoteej to Simon pure democracy would Indignantly the charce that their lineage is trace able directly to Christ's favorite apostle because Judas Iecariot was one of the The two scriptural instances ol trane- latlon from sublunary depravities and contaminations must of necessity soon be so numerously auguionted as to warrant hope of the early establishment if a through lins of express chariots, embroidered with auroras so gorgeous as to the pearly gates already ajar pue-perch. rifl-ra- ff Jeffer-sonla- n lei-lo- w nt -'. out-glitt- er chists (7) will think Joo sized 'em up unemployed. It will light up our homes thnt nro about right Let us pray. now dark, warm hearthstones thnt arc now cold, feed famishing women nnd ehlldrcn nml clothe "the looped and Maj. fciiinfey voted for Swintor widowed rnggvdncHS of the poor." Those things will be, because, followStajiley Matthews' resolution, in 1SS7, which declared the bonds of the United ing tlio election of Bryan in November, States pojable in silver as well as gold. will como tho restoration of silver to In the stunu year he voted to pass a free its place, as money. Gold will no longer silver bill through the house, and j'osess doublo purchasing iower, whilo when President llnyes vutocd It, voted silver Is tlnrrndetl to a commodity. Tln purchasing power of gold will fall, o nes it oer the veto. In a lottor to Hon. E. S. Perkins, of whilo the purchasing power of silver will rlso to meet it at a parity. Medina county, 0., In 1S90, ho said: Dark Indeed would 1ms the future with "I have tihvuya boon in favor of tlio McKiniey elected. silver freo and unlimited coinage of the The silver money wo havo would bo product of tho United States, and have bo voted on at least two occa- abolished as a legal tender. Gold only would be tho basis of our sions during tho time I hnvo been. In circulating medium. public life." That medium would bo changed from In a speech in the house of representatives on May 7, 1S0O, Maj. Mc- greenbacks and national bank notes to the elastic "flat" money of prlvnt" Kiniey said: banks, to be contracted and expanded "When merchandise is the cheapest, their pleasure. men are thj poorest, and the most dis- at Tlio Bitpply of gold for colnago tressing- experience in tlto history of is mado stationary by tho conaye. In all human. hLstory our country hnve been vvlnn everything1 was the sumption in tho arts, of tho annual lowest and cheapest measured by gold, product; and the increasing demand Increase of populaor everything was tlie hlgltest nnd the for it, through tlio Ls tho equivalent tion and business, oi measured by labor." dearest constant contraction. Again, on Juno 24, 1590. he said: A fixed iiupply and a constantly In"1 am for tho largest use of silver In creasing demand contracts the volume tho currency of tho country. I would denot dishonor it; I would give it equa of money as certainly as do a fixedsupmand and n constnntlj' decreasing credit and honor with gold. I would make no discrimination. I would use ply. The monometallic of England and both metals as money ml discredit neither. I want the double standard." of everywhere else, except in Wall On February 12, 1S91, he thus de- street, admit that contraction reduces nounced Cleveland's financial policy in prices of commodities, makes capital afraid to seek investment in entera speech nt Toledo, O.: prises, nnd that this condition causes "During all of Grover Clevelnnd' universal distress among tho people. government years nt the head of the Only tho dealers In money, thfl he was dishonoring one of our precious wealthy with fixed incomes, and the metals, one of our own great products, ;ax eaters in general, have any Interest discrediting sliver and enhancing the In promoting tho gold standard; anl price of gold. Ho endeavored even be- even tliey nro injured in the long run, fore his inauguration to ofilce to stop because their system brings creeping the joinagv. of silver dollnrs, nnd nf paralysis upon civilization Itself, wliich and to the end of his adminisalone protects them In vhdr losses tration, persistently used his power to slons. that end. lie vvns determined to conWe nppeal to tlio people of all classes tract the circulating medium and de- o enlist in this great bnitlo under the monetize one of the coin, of commerce, banner of tho double standard. limit tho volume of money among the To the democrats wo Miy: people, make money siaice nnd, mere-forYou hold the post of honor in the dear. He would hate inctetu.ed fight. Tt Is the democratic party which the volume of money and diminished has it last emancipated itself from the alue of everything else the tyranny of the money jiowor, and is the master, everything else the rm-ant- rising to the grandeur of the occiuon. Your convention was worthy to be com-p- : In his annual message to congrcv. m red with the continental eongrefc for December, 1S90, President IIar.-.nits it corruptibility and the courage it said with reference to the operation of displayed in blazing the way to iree-dosnid Sherman silver lnw, then but resad independence. cently passed: To the populists: "The enlargement of our currency by The action of the Chicago convention the silver bill undoubtedly gnean up- went far toward dressing the wrongs ward tendency to trade nnd hn a which had been done in the iiniuu of marked effect on prices, but this democracy, and which had -- uiecI so nnd desired effect of the wlver leg- many of you to leave the democratic islation was by many erroneously ranks, and form a new political organto the tariff net." ization. The election of Bryan will bo nn overthrow to the powers ngn.nst The Power of the People Will Meet tho which you hnvo bravely contended Power of Money at tho tignln'st grent odds. Your independent Ballot Box. action had much to do with inspiring tho good work at Chicago. Your share in the victory cannot be disputed nor The VlRllnnco of Fntrlota Invoked to See your commanding position In the political history of the country belittled. That Frauil iiuil Corruption Do Not Prevail at the rotla ThoDlanatroua To tho Independent silver republicConsp(iicurea That Would Folans: low SIcKinlej' Election. You hnve placed patriotism nbovo party, nnd sought to serve your counA crisis has been readied in tho try by saving it from the contlti'ird cap30 years' war which has been waged rule of those who have finally with upon bimetallism by tho bond brokers tured the party, organization which you have therefore scorned anJ gold gamblers of the world. The first victory of our enemies was longer to remain. To that great majority of citixens in 1S73, when the congress of the United States demonetised silver in this coun- who hbor for the support of their try without knowing it, through the wives Hiid children, except when labor cmft of John Sherman. Within a few cannot be had: We believe that you see now more ye.irs after that time nearly all the mints of the world were closed to silver. clearly than you have ever seen before The friends of the double standard the importance of united action against have succeeded hinec then in forcing those who think civilized society has the coinage of more than ?400,000,000 of no other object than the transfer of legal tender silver money in this counthe wealth you annually create into try, nnd have preserved $700,000,000 of their own vaults. legal tender silver in the circulation of Organized wealth is furnished the France. sinews of war out ot the profits nnd Tho gold standard party made an ad- benefits they hnve received from the vance in 1S93, stopping tho purchase government. They arrogantly boast of silver for coinage in the United of the power of money. The only cloud States, and closing the mints of India that now casts uncertainty over the to ellver. This victory for monometal- grent battlefield is the unknown quanlism resulted in arousing the masses tity of what may be accomplished by of the people, in the Urjted States, fraud. and inspiring thorn with a determinaIt Li well known that many millions tion to exterminate the single gold are being raised throughout tlio counstandard. try for use in the elections. A repubThe gold power, hitherto potential lican manager collects it nnd doles it in the councils of both pnrties, has out. What is to be done with this been forced by the democratic masses money? Wliat honest work requires to relinquish its hold upon the demo- any such expenditure? Has there been to cratic party, and in its desperation it false registration? Are ballot-boxe- s has tightened Its grasp upon the re- be tampered with, returns falsified or publican organisation. ruffians employed to mnkc disturbances An unbought and unpurdiasable na- nt the polb through vvhidi peaceable tional democratic convention gave the citizens may not care to force their friends of bimetallism a champion nnd vvuy? The bond syndicate can make a hero in the person of William Jen- enough out of the next bond denl to nings Bryan, and placed him before the mnkoigood nil the money expended In vbtera of this country on n platform this campaign. And there can be just which is a new dedaration of inde- one more bond deal before Mr. Clevependence of foreign control. land gets out of office. Tho leading scientists and .statesmen The duty now is for every man to of Europe who advocate bimetallism think, and then act. Let every man have been filled with hope by these vote according to his convictions, nnd cveuts. They earnestly exhort us to go let all watch with eyes of lynx the forward without waiting for an inter- movements of the vicious who have s national agreement, assuring- us that been kuown to pollute no such agreement can be had until nnd who now lie In wnlt to do It we linvo acted; that when we shall again. have acted, tho other great nations will A dispatch from Detroit says: Local follow our lead. If the battle of November is won by republican bettors urn offering wagers the fricndH of tho doublu standard it that McKiniey will carry the county will restore prosperity throughout the und that Bryan will carry Michigan. Nntionnl Committeeman Cnmpau says world; Michigan will give 25,000 majority for It will give healthful uses to capital, Bryan. Tarsney prehidden away, fearing inwhich is now vestments in anything but mortgages; dicts 40,000 majority. pui-potor-ward- 4 d dett'-plold Why Hit that one man and another hale and nearly at 80 r II JP'"J; on the care he take, of him.elf. repair; the trouble grow, until iUay.'hmoulln bJd 'wl.cne.tr a he ought that he I. not a. well eeersy nd to be, "1jhu,,.,(l,l ai.il il he 1. little.., without ho fiml. that he 1. whenever g urd that hi. ordinary work Klve. him undue Ut Ulw 'J , be need, Pr 1'i.rcc. OUd.. MJic Ioactl e and It he k.pieil hoiking with lit. l. rr h.. blood impure, he keep. hi. He will not h, body under a con.taut .train ' hearty when he 11 old. The Golden M dl.ea.c.. bee a a.e coicry cure, many th tig bad nt.rl all lllnc.. prlnR Item the .an.c ' dige.tion and con.ujutnt Impuu blood. cov ry mane the appetite good, the ana .trong, aiilmllatioil ea.y and the bloud rich pure. J "'" HOTICJJ I Thote having claim, agaln.t the late Ilibb are requeued to pre.ent them to me at once propnl, piovcn. VM. HcCK, Admr , f Sttlilord, Ky, f'j-t- ." '"'"" L-- v. """ Miss Bottio V. Logan, Hustonvillo, Ky., Deilre. to announce to her old cuttomer. and filetul. that her Die.. Making Tailor, ate now open lor vltltor and invite, any dtiuLg hei cr 1 vice, to call catly and .ecurc date.. SAM W MENEFUE I. a Candidate loto( Sheriff of LincolnpaCounty, ty. to the action tub-je- TREKS I TUBES FALL, 1896. 1 1 the democratic Full tock of Krull and Ornamental Ttee., (i tape Vine., Small Krulll, A.paraju;, and every I. a candiJate for Superintendent l'ubllc School, thine for the Orchard, Lawn and Garden We the of Lincoln County, .ubject to the action of the ..,in no Aeenu. Try u. on price, to democratic party, difference between tboe of a grower and dealer. Catalogue on application iu GARLAND SINGLETON J. F. IIOLDAM of Lincoln county I. candidate for subject vo the action of the democratic party. a II. r. Mil. ut.rtMr.vi.it, (..,m Lexington, Ky. Aeor SAMUEL, M. OWENS ject to the action of the democratic party. Two Farms For Sale. Farm No. I contatn. .ji acre. In Wiahint ton grati; county, Ky , the greater part of which I. InIncludwell watered, with good lreprovein.nl.. for 10 acre crop. ing new metal toot tobacco barn I. pronounceU the Thi. fatm I. .Ituated Iu what White Hurley Tobe.t dl.trict In Kentucky for bacco. Comfortable residence home. Farm No. contain, joo acre. In .ame locality, atocfc and tobacco with brick dwelling. barm. One of the be.t tmprored farm, in the county. noth farm, are In fine .ute of rre.eivallon, well watered ond fencr.1. Clo.eto R it. depot, .chool., market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to saUNDKrs, Stanford, Ky. ,0 I. a candidate for Sheriff1 of Lincoln County, .ub- ul EMMETT McCORMACK for A.te.Mir of Lincoln County, ubject to the action of the democratic party Your tupport 1. eainwtly .olicited. I. ac.nJIdatc L"e 91. F. ELKIN I. a candidate for At.c.ior of Lincoln County, .ubject to the action of the democratic party. JOE T. EMBRY I. .ubject to the action il the democratic patty, and earut.lly aik. your tupporU a candidate for AnoH' of Lincoln Couuly. NEW MILLINERY. Tbelate.t thing. In Fa4 and Winter Mllllneiy now In .lock and the ladle, of Stanford and vicinity ate Invited tocall in and .re the lalt.t .tyle.. Mil. I.iboe ha. arrived and I. ready to wait on her old cu.lomer. and a. many new one. a. will 1IEAZLEV. m C. G. BAKER I. a candidate for Aate.iorcr Lincoln, .ubj.ct to action of the democratic party. Thinking the come. toulbern end of the county I. entitled to a .lice ol the pie be aik. your tupport. MIS LICCIU btanlcrd, Ky, s, 1'oM. for plank de.lring l. a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln, .ubject I to Allpenon. and railing l.ocu.t fence, can fied or poet the action of the democratic party. He kindly fence they want at my .tore n wite Ced.r Creek, on ar what a.k. your luppott the pike leading from Crab Otchatd te Stanford. hand a good .upply of plank I al.o keep alwat. en lor fencing. All kind, ol lumber for building board, and .hlngle. Alt per.on. al & any article l thl. kiud can call on me at pur-po.- WILLIAM MORELAND nsroTiOEJ ! SHELBY SHELBY, de-ttr- Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, - mv Vt note tear )..Be.B,v Cr.trCiek G. Jtf W MNGLKTON. J W. lUtclHMAN. S IU1GHM.N, Junction City, Flt.t-Clat- Kontuckv. e, Turnout., I'tompt Atlentien, Very Kcatonabte Kate. A perliuu ol )Ojf patton.ga l . ' le.pcctlully .olicited M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiiTOM.- - ." LIVERY, FEED Ac SALE St. Asaph Carriage Co., STAHLE, Stanford, Ky. toy- - FAIK WARNING, Stanford, -tt- Kontucky. -.it m .t nine We want to give thoe who owe u. fair that we .hall give them two week, mote to .title come up In that up with ui, and if they do not time, we .halt puf their account, in thn hand, of MLIISHOS .V ORKKK. anolflcer. I! you need livrry give ui a call. Nothing out will leave our .table. Sec ua or talc.. In our BLACKSMITH SHOP. Wlil guarantee ftr.'-da- .. ptjrc. Tty our hot.e wotk and tatufactery .hoer wit-ur- al COAL I am .till agent for Fall. Ilranch Coal aud will keep a .upply of all kind, of Coil, to you get .uch a. you want at the lowcit pui.lble rricra for Cain. Olhce. Still fcl. and Railroad Croning. opposite J. II. illliUlSS, Roller Mill.. 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. t j7 Slanlcrd, Ky Capital Stock- - 8100,000 ...- - 23,700 Surplus Attention of the public i. invited to the far that thi. I. the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provulon. of the National Hank ..cured not only by the capita but by the .tockholdct.' liability lor aa amount equal to the nock, .0 that depositor, ol of $400,000. thl. Inititution ate ..cured by a fund of the bank riv. .worn itatenicnta oithecondilion are mad. each yeatto the United State, govern-m.ntalt.ai.ct. are examined at atat.d tima bygov.rnment agent., thu. aecunng addititona and perfect .afety to depo.itor.. Thi. inititution, originally eitabll.h.d a. the D.poiil ll.nk ol Stanlord In tljJ. then ol Stanford In u.d aa the National Hank Hint National 1S6J and . Hank ot Stanlord in ibSi, ha. had practically an uninter- . . . tc-c- THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, M. W. JOHITSOIT. I. A;enl for Tbe Mutual Li.e Insurance Co And The Aotna Accident Insuranco Company. Hot and Moil Kavorablo Terra, ol .....i.li.ikr . In.urance CTOEIi & SOIT, DEALERS IN COAL, Nar Ralltoad Crut.ing, Good, Clean, Cheat In exchange. F.aitof Depot, a nt.ll ..4 1. ruptea eiiiienceoi j. year., I.I. 1.... it ...f.i.i. now with lacllitlea for trantacUnKbuun... prompt long aad ly and liberally than ever b.fot.in il. honorabl. career. Account, of corporation., .olic-te- d. firm, and individual, r.ip.ctfully fidu-cian- ci, STANFORD. KY. Corn and Hay taken Come aud tec u.. The Directory ol thl. Hank 1. compoied el Forc.tu. lteid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harm, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; W. A. Tribble, Stanford; M. D. Elmotc, Stanford; T. I. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M.J. Miller, Ml..V.rnon,Ky Hockor, Prealdent; Joo. J. McRobcitt, Ca.hlnr; A. A McKinney, A11t.Ca1.hWr S. II Haughman.) Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; well-guarde- d Superior Plumbing II r a ! J. t5. workman of 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE of Odorless Water Closets, Frost-ProWater Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tabs Aireclalty. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co K)r STANFORD, KY la now full .or lanl, cd and ready for bviineu wltfc WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE, Gilt edge reference In and out ol the Stale. Aak your Danville friend, about my work. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . . - $200,000. .k,000 T. F. CLARKE. Clemen. Ho i.e Iliilldlnj, Danville, Ky. will take all the hide. I can fet TTTrvTJQ forcaihorln trade lor leather on court dae. at Stanlord or at my home in Oltcn-b.ln- i. Chat. V.nnhn, Tanner I JUCCKSSOH to THK LINCOLN NATION AJ. rtUANK OK STANFORD, Now doling up) with the tame ax.ti and uud.i the tame management. II y provl.ion. or it. chatter, depoutor. U al fully protected aa aie dcpotllor. in National llanki, it. ilureholder. being held Individual l lianleto the extcut ol the amount of their ttock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tha amount invested In .uch .haro.. It may acta. executor, administrator, Uu.ttiC, Ac, a. fully ai an individual. To tho.. who entrusted their bui.ines. to u. while muaging; the Lincoln National Uankol Stanlord, we we here tender our many thank, aud trust they will continue to tian.act their busineac with ut, otforicg a. a guarantee for prompt attention to time, our twenty year.' experience 14 banking anda. Uberalaccominodatious a. are cost, intent with sound banking. J I niLCiO. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, W 5E Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberta' I rug Store in the Ow.lej Unllf jpg. - ballot-boxe- bo-for- e, ' Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks,'.Stauford; J.S. Ow.lcy, Stanlord; S.J. Einbry, Stanford; J. U. Ow.lcy, Stanford; J. F Ca.b, Stanford; WilIiaraJGooch,.Stanlord ; A. W..Carpenter,Mll)edgevtlL, J. iiihictohi: W.H.Cumw.Qi,.Prcacher. Dentist, Office Stanford, : Ky. S. H.'.Shinki.rrw.dent, ill, cnjLatca.ter Street, at Residence. Dr. J.'B. OwJey,CaihIer, W. M. lltlght, Teller. -- .. 11 MOt i.i yWftat kilef.ki. ii VT MS . !..., ntMa.ajfea jiKft iTmin,JrmiAM-jjfml,i,mtAi- j nr W'l.i