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CHURCH CHIMES. wtooii riinninK for an Ten inches of snow fell in Wo item -- Nathan Middloton, who waa shot by -- Tho Walnut Hills Baptist church, important ullic. was asked If a certain Nebraska. Koe Auderaoo, at Lincutir, died of his Cincinnati, htii extended a unanimous man waa in tiwii, when he, very learn- Julius Mannow was hanged at Chi- call to Rev. J. W. Lynch, of Danville. jDurje8 y, repllod "I ,1 iu't tlilus ,H ,aa c.ino. cago for murder. -- Tho Central University 11 botti) A feature of Rev. S. M. Logan's sertaken8unp-r.- ,t the Al.son uvern ami Six men loot their lives in a mlno vices at tho Preibyterian church Sunday ho Kentucky University at Richmond woru l therH Tr,s unusual explosion in Pennsylvania. Saturday 3" to 0 wasaeoloby MIbs Mary Cowen, beautitSomorBot'j.P.IUIeyASon,mer- nmiwr at uxprvaiion, hut everybody A Mavfleld, O., girl fell while danc-Afully rendered. hn meant, ing and broce both arms. The first quarterly inciting of this chants enRaR0d in the dry gooda. boots kiovwliat democrat her- -, clim that A vicious ram killed a child of Chan. conference and shoes, made a general nsalKiunrnt nt the MethTear will r'"" w" crrv Indiana, II- - Hust near Pikeville, bv butting it to odist church at 2:30 Saturday afternoon, for the benefit of creditors. -- A diapatch sent from Richmond aaya "oh '! powliily 0 ilo. At any rate ho death. when Dr. W. F. Vauihan will preach. This Space will be occupied "P'Cteil to win by a K.I(. A Daisey Sullivan, a young woman, that while escorting hissweetheart home, Mr.T. M. White writes from Corbin: bookumicer will nuke bit,: ?,r,t flOO was assassinated by some unknown pernext week by F. B. Twid-welEdKar Qooch. of Bee Lick, waa thrown EherJ. W. Maitera, of the Christian I rnoinpaon will wit,; arcond $100 son near Benton. Druggist, Hustonville from his horse acatnst a tree, breaking church, has been preaching to crowded will he elected. ..,,,1 200 that ' John Itaitan, a desperate character at houses 'or Bix weeks with 85 additions dislocating his nhoulder and bis tbiicb, who will offer innumerable entry KentncK y Shelbyville, shot and painfully wounded to date and still going on. , otherwise lnurinK him. Bargains. Watch for it -I- Iih imtuy friHii-of Ju It. A Policeman Cauipb.-ll- . -T- hodoputycollietor of internal revThe young people's society of the """.side, in tnia mi a lj inlnK comitier, Deputy Sheriff Haley, of Henry B'ptist church was Sunday enue at Lawrencebur took in 113 104 1(1 t; which Is $30,000 in ex win ie gian to learn that lie in able to county, Teunosneo, was killed by a man afternoon with Mr. Ed Gaines, as duriDK October, walk Hhout his ro n, aud is aure to re- whom he attempted to arrest. ol any amount collected at that secretary, and cesa Miss Hettie Wenren, B. II. Windom, 77, the richest man Mr. Forest McClary, treasurer. 0 cover from the wounds rec lived Sept. 0, place for more than two yeatH and when thee ired man, Knox, was killed in Kentucky, died at Paducah. At one -- The Christian church building at more than September. time he was worth i 1,000,000. says that J. by J.I. Hamilton. He has sudored A McKinney dispatch Hubble will be dedicated next Sunday. and, for weeks, hie recovery waa Miss Harriot Carpenter, lady princiM. Adams got drunk in Pulaski county A good dinner will be served on the thought to be impossible. pal at Polt r College, in Bowling Green, premises and a cordial invitation is exattempted to ride hotseback, but and Nothing remains but to deposit the dropped dead of heart disease. His fell off and was picked up dead. tended to every one to be preaent. ballots, aud your correspondent appeals Frank Howard wan fatally shot by brother 13111, shot and killed Iko Moore to The Cumberland Presbyterian 8ynod those, who are talking of going astray, Doc Stephens in a fight at Fort Wayne, there 10 years bro, for which he served a to at Bowling Green was largely attended remember the struggles we have had I ml., which camo up over politics. term in the penitentiary. Iko was afterand greatly enjoyed by the delegates for against tho common enemy, and not to A prince and the minister of tho inward shot and killed on top of a freight whom too much could not be done by givHthena helping hand, when their terior were car near Mt. Vernon. executed in Madagascar for the hospitable citizens. The next meetMrs. Adeline Hancock, tho oldest and cotes are needed in the cause of human- taking part in the recent rebellion. ing will be at Paducah. ity, immutable right and eternal justice-Done of the rnot Interesting parsonaRCS The 23d annual convention of the Thomas Blakely, of Bardstown, fell not ignore the many fixed principles, in Mercer county, died Friday uiicht. She from a wagou load of hay and sustained National W.O.T.U. will meet at St. for which wo have fought, to gratify a was born in Virginia, on Christmas day, Louis Nov. 13 18. One of the features of single principle which you may advocate. injuries from which he died in a few 1703, and had lived near HarrodsburR the occasion will bo an Armenian hours. Beware of the result. on the 15tb, at 2 o'clock r. M. for DO jeirs. She was an inveterate Mrs Susan Childresi, of Pike coun(Monday) is a general rally WHAT WE CLAIM. In stating to the public our smoker, and smoked a few momenta ho. who has just given birth to triplets, The platform, which hss Beats for 1,500 ty, Hut for tho aeusw day, with both democrats and republiclaims in regard to making it to their advantage to deal fore paaainy away. people, will be draped in mourning. cans. Gov. Bradley and toveral other has become the mother of eight children Dr. II. O. Morrison, one of tne ed leas habit she might have lived to a ripe in three years. with us we always aim to state state only facts. We don't republicans will speak. Gen. Hardin old age. Jerry Cardwell, a special railway po- itors of thu Kentucky Methodist, Iibb been claim to have as many goods as the Shillito Co., CincinCapt. Henry S. Wyirant, whom was hilled for a speech, without Hiiy in- liceman, shot and killed John Hargls, suspended from the ministry on account nati. We don't claim to save you 40 to 50 per cent, on people will remember moat tention to conll.ct with the governor, hut Jr , on a Lexington and Stanford liistern train of his teaching on the "holiness docpleaMntlv, hasrealRtied aa commandant will follow him, aa he wan billed alter near Jackson, Ky. goods, nor do we claim to sell at cost, for we know that trine," that seems fair to rend that deolthe military department of Central the govermr, and the other ptrtiea htill In a fight near Corinth, ibis State, nomination. A presiding elder did the sensible people know this is untrue. But our claims are University anil will shortly return to his later. Tho attempt to create the impres- John Smith hit off Andy Simpson's nose. work for him, for Methodist church po modest and are these: old regiment, the iMth Infantry, U. S. sion that Hatdin was billed to cause a The latter fmnd it lodged in his waistputs that sort of power in the hands We carry as large a stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Lake City Utah. Ills resigna- disturbance, aud as a thrust at the gov- coat when he got A., at Salt of the elders. Baptist Recoraer. home. tion ns the outgrowth of tho muddle ernor, is false, an the State committie Shoes ank Hats as you will find outside of the cities. EvThe organization for the improveTom Stewart, a Clark county Negro, cauioi by the insubordination of a mem- undo the nppointmunt, among other, h wauted for cutting !U wife's throat ment of t le singing at the various churchery article is selected with great care ityle, quality and ber of the batallion. The Itegister prima without knowing of the Bradley apn fused to steal from the fami- es was t fleeted Sundiy afternoon by the price all considered. We look for the very best value to a picture of him and a highly onlngiBtlc pointment, and even if it were known, ly she waa in the employ of. election ol Mrs. J. W. Hayden s presistanding as an ollleer anl ItfoeuiH that we Imve a nght to be heard sell at a given price. If it costs a few cents or a few dolarticle ou hia are Mrs. Joe In a cave in Breckinridge county, 07 dent. The a gentleman. lars more on the dozen, we buy it, knowing that a pleased "MAGNIFICENT feet under ground, seven human skulls S. Rice, Misses Mary Cowen. Clara WIS. HENRY'S Therowaaun altercation ut Minnie Straub and Octavii wtro found, supposed to be the victims customer is the best advertisement. We handle the volAPPEAL. Friday between Hona.'Tutt Hnr Mr. Logan Hughes, secretary of John A. Murrell's gang. l ume of business we do with less expense than nine tenths tp Danvillk, Nov J. -- Mrs Jraophine K. nam and W. T. Tevla. of the In a fight prising out of political At 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon the Until) 'a ppeech at the Opera liouae here had heard that of the business houses in this section. This we propose olllce. Tevis, win matters, Commonwealth's Attorney W. first meeting will be held at the Ohrie hail Mid that no matter who waa Stturday night was a thrilling close of F. Bradshaw, of tho Second judicial dis- tran chuicb, to which overybody is into give our customers in values. Come and make a thore.ected he tlVvia) would have to walk tho demccrrtt'c campaign in Boyle. Mrs, trict, win badly used up by Harry Allen, vited. ough examination to see if our claims are true. Wc promThe report to the National Christian the plank, stepped up and aaked Mu- Henri's riception on her entry wfs an neur Pmlucah, ise to look to your interests, as your interests are ours. convention at Springfield, Id., bIiowb the ovation that would have inspired an rium In regard to the statement. Th body of Georg'i K Whitehead rapid strides that church is making. It was falae, whereupon ascetic. The intelligence arid culture replied that a drummer for a Boston shoe lions?, was The ministers now number 5,300; cl urj. liar. Friends of Danville and her neighbors within a Tuvis called him a il- -n found in a cornfield near HopkinvilIe. es, 9,(507; members, 1.003,072; value of prevented a clash then. Liter they met radius of 20 miles jainuud the buildirg It is thought to I)h a We buy for Cash and sell for Cash: cash of suicide, as church property, 115,805,557. They when Tevia attacked Hurnani, who, after beyond the capacity of the conventional the result of a spree. Sunday schools, 0,957; srholsri the fitat onset, had the advantage over omnibus to aflord room for one more. A O. & O. frieght train Miid teachers, 099,531. The Christian is a much smaller man, Such enthusiasm Bnd decorum were nevhis assailant, who struck J. Fletcher Marcum, formerly Endeavor societies number 3,700 The dealing him several vicious blows in the er in evidence before at a political gath- editor of thu Kentucky Democrat, of Cat fara with his Hat, which caused the blood ering here. Mrs. Henry Is h petite wo- lettshurg, at Kilgnre Station, and it is bequests for missions during the year were $10,500, from six persons, the largIK) pounds, the first of her sex '.. to flow freely. At this juncture friends man of o tt ought he is fatally Injured. est amount being $5,000 from the estate of separated the combatanla and prevented that a majority of her hearers ever heard Wtiile attempting to defend her son W. B. Mooklar, of Kentucky. Tne coneanay the tmtertalnment and enlightenfurther trouble. :: who was. receiving a fearful heating from tributions for missions grow from $1,700 ment of an auJienca with u public Marys-ville- , .'A IN MEMORY OF LITTLE EFFJE speech, aud that the compasa of her his father, Mrs. Walter Allen, of 35 in 1570 to $93,897.71 in 1S90. i.l Mont , accidentally shot and killed DUNN. voice was to the full measure of thu room 11 :' hereon and fatallv wounded her husLITTLE PA TTIE PERKINS. :i of October. 1SIHJ, at her is a marvel. How long ahe spoke I have On tho band. : 'i 'Could wo push air the gate of life, home in Oarrard county, the pure, sweet yet to hear an estimate oilered end her :, Mrs. Adelino Hancock, who wig otund within and all God's workAnd spirit of our dear little Kllle, only daugh- every intimation of closing waa met with born in 1703 and who had lived near & ings Bee " Ife 053TBest Brands. New and First and Best Quality. ter of I. M. and Lucy Dunn, passed aany h demand lo ''Go on -- go on all night." Harrodsburg for 1)0 years, died Saturday. We might realize why the angel of from earth to heaven. At the aoltmn Your Bcribe will Lot attempt a report of She was an inveterate smoker and puffed death is so buv in our midst, bending!'!' hour of midnight an angel wan Rent to tho speech. Conservative and compe- her pipe a few minutes before she passed over our homes in the eilent watches of -O) gather jewels for the Maater'a use. When tent auditors pronounce hera the most away. i tho night, hovering over households, ev- vwe enter a garden to pluck lbwers fir vmatile, comprehensive, logical and 3; Beginning Sunday last all bicycles en as the (Ms merrily on, pluckEither in Duck or Leather. Now is tie time to buy. our eBTlhly friends wU always gainer wie convincing presentation of the democrat- carried an baggave by the L. A N. are ing bore a iovrdy hud an there a o w; besl; so It was when Uio angoi entereu ic cause heard during this campaign. subject to same rules hh excess baggage flower, leaving our once joyous the homo of these dear ones, he took the Thu exhaustive r search and familiarity no wheel will be carried free -- 25 centB firesides eo sad and desolate. I, faireM of tho little band, dear Ktlle, and with political history manifested in a will be tho smallest charge even for Jshort Our recent sad and frequent visitations iOt. tranaported frem this chilly clime our d?ar, tiiodeht, convincing and aupeila-tlveldistances. truly convince us that neither beauty, eloquent diction, absolutely little bud as a sweet Ihwer lo bloom in Bud lteynnlds woBshot to death by youth, nor age, can arrest the blighting of demagogy, would be wonder'ul the Paradise of God It la no wonder Tom Moore at Prestonhurg, tbiB Slate. touch of the relentless reaper. the earthly home is Biiadoweil, for in an accredited professional politician. Reynolds had expreesed his objection to Bleeding hearts now lovingly yearn one fair bud baa been takon by the King. But two or three times was the crowd the attention Moore was paying his over the sudden taking away on tbe -k d impelled to applause by chaste and caus' Trie circle at homo la crushed and daughter. The news rciched the latter's night of Oct. 23, of the dear little aun - k Wo Unew this bright, fairy tic wit. The appeals wtrd to reason, pabeam, Pattie Perkins, the idol, not only eira and a fight followed. Alter curichild and longed to watch tufa bud of triotism and philanthropy. The number of smacaa employed in of the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Per.UEALt'.KS IN. three abort years unfold. This is tho ous aud noxious inspection of the gaudy deep sea fishing in North sea is over kins, but the universal favorite of the of a conservatory to find a diminflrat bereavement In the home. It seems floa-erof 1C0 veeec's. town, livery one knew little rattle, and They fish in hard to know we will never hear tho utive lily the source of a ravishing per- Over 20,000 men are employed In this to know her was to love her, for how prattlo of her little voice. Such devotion fume, is lees surprising than that so fishery alone and they remain at eea truly beautiful was her preciouB little of brothera is seldom aeon. They made small and fragile a casket should he thu never less than two months at a time. Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. life grace, innocence, purity Itself, alher tho pet of tho household. So sweet repository of such a versatile mind and most divinity clothed in flesh, so preJoe Harkis was shot and killed by and winning wore her waya that all lov- all inclusive heart. To meet and hear is cious indeed, her loving Savior thought llltlo chair ia empty to unreservedly accord that incompara- Joseph Smith in Knox county. It is ed her. Now her said they fell out over a girl, who was best lo remove her to His own fair habiand her toys laid away. The little broth- ble woman, Josephine K. Henry, an claimed as a sweetheart by both. Harkis tation, ere the corroding touches of time Give us a call and be convinced. little less than worship. ers stand aside and wonder why mama could mar that angelic brow. was shot through the heart and died T. B. M. and papa seem bo sad. It is ho iiMrd to Her mamma told her she was going to but it said he was trying to draw ot mine be done," and r Bay: "Thy will Margaret Iugels made a speech for his pistol to kill Smith when shot. die and asked iier if she was afraid. bow in humblo nubmMou to Him who Bryan at Mt. Sterling aud the old veterlitStrikes are unknown at Ivorydale, With loving caresses, from her dear doeth all things well. Ellle, Bweet child, ans went as wild aa the youths, Judge wago earner shares in the tle hands, and comforting words from now rests with Him who said: "Sutler Peters say ing: "Miss Iugels, I am 01 where the dear little lips, upon which the death little children to came unto m." to years old; voted for for Jackson hi tho profits. The Bourne Mills at Fall River, seal was already fixed, she softly whisparents, this priceless treasure wau ouly twenties on J have heard Henry, Clay, Mass , have just paid their emplovea 10 pered, "Pattie is all right, come go with cent, of $72,000. I f there were more entrusted to your keeping for a little the Mriiifeeu, Marshalla and Breckin-ridge" Metal Koonug. abroad m, mamma ol this eplrit of Your earthly chain of love haa while. beautiful casket of clay now The cold, but yours is the grandest speech in thu land, there would be fewer labor now a golden link in Heaven, where dy I have ever listened lo." rests upon the cemetery hill, but the dibturbauces. by day it Ib drawing you to Bn overliprecious jewel it contained is a brilliant' Mib Henry, the woman orator, had ng reunion' She can not come to up, more than 2,000 hearers at Lexington. diadem in the coronal of God. Mourn "I don't want any man to vole for me but we all can go to her. Now stricken She was bitter in her remarks concernnot dear weeping ones for sweet little Shingles, Etc. father and nuttier, look up through tears ing Breckinridge, whom she beeeeched bociut.su he thinks that if I am elected I Pattie is on those beautiful "hills of jaswill help him put his hands in bomebody aorrow and think of your llltlo lillle the voters to defeat and of thua protict thu eUu's pocket. All 1 expect to do U to per," ot which she loved to siug, and is C. aa a jewel too pure ior earth, honor of womeu and place u stigma on prevent somebody elso from putting his enjoying new beauties and pleasures that eorrow fade, "lire bin could blight or him, who h.ia done so much to di grade this world can never give. Look up and hand hi your pocket." W. J. Jlryau. Death came wUn friendly care, listen, aBBhe, with to't, silvery, quiverbud to Heaven conveyed them. Tho opening For the sake cf the gold standard tho And bado It blossom there.A iltlKND. Tho banana is Miid to be the most pro- ing chords upon her angelic harp, sinpa of that happy "Beyond," and beckons holtocrats are willing to Bwallow lific of all food products, being forty-fouWILLIAM SHELTON, Lancaster, Ky.,Nov. 2, 18011. and his high tarilTand his force times moro productive than potatoes, and still with loving little hands to come and SludenU uj. Teachun 7. All ipedaluu. Thorough courtei in Latin. Greek, French, Ens'iih be with Pattie, safe in the arms of Jesus. Malhenutlcs, Natural and Moral Sciences, Mutlc, Art and Klocullon. Situated la the famoui ltlu Mr. McKmley can re- bill ideas and all the other iniquitous 131 times more tliuu wheat. Afttr hoalthlutneei of climate, beauty of icenery, Kentucky ; The bereaved family have the deepest Graisstction ot Session opendutituuiihed for 7. Hehru docidmj where yon will tev I your refine nent measures that he favors. And yet those aa a free daughter 3 optombor ofiocieiy. Fall sume hl8 normal condition ot their many friends. False teeth are now made from pa- sympathy gold bugs men pretend to have been democrats next year, be ure to write for Our Now Cataloaru.3. Addreu, rite. Mark Hannaand the MRS. NA.MNIB S. SAUFtiSY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. a tf Crab Orchard. once HopkinsvilleNew Era. per and are said to last a life time. will bo through with him. GAllliAllD COUNTY. -- A l, j !'" '"' I I prefi-den- I- - JJ3,-00- 1 ly U)fAT UJG QLAim. mass-meeti- To-da- y ts Mer-Bho- n, Hlnh-tnon- d S'ze-tnor- e, roll-tnr'f- llui-iia- m Hur-na- m SEVERANCE M &, SON. west-bou- nd ozci'i'Zys. 1 .- HUNTERS' SUPPLIES. aft $ 8 f LOADED : SHELLS : AND CARTRIDGES. 3 I LEGGINS. fc if - 1 full-grow- n W. B. MoROBEETS. i dt-vo- ul tnt xr -- dlsp-pointe- CRAIG & HOOKER 0. s Drugs, Orsmcols, Oils, PaLruis, i It Pays to Daal with a Cash House. a i kkkkkkkkk'kkk-ki- 8 a, pr Doors, Sash and Blinds, t fuU A. aii M Rl SINE, Stanford, Ky President. THE STAITFOKD FEMALE COILEGE. Mc-Kiul- ey r to-da- y Bil-- v mm J !J- - i WJ"U. r- - -r U. )"-- The flit failaro of tho National demS ocratic movement has made the men The 1st district will give Bryan 1,200 who got it up almost ridiculous. It is bo Brvan will be elected president of the plainly a fake game for the purposo of Uoited States and reiterates it on the eve majority. Nov. 3, 1S96 of the election. This opinion is based on At least f iur deaths resulted Sunday making votes for McKinloy, that the Stanford. Ky., men who are controlling it will have to a deliberate, careful study of the condi. from political quarrels. Miner Shannon, of Colorado, offers serve a long time to regain the confidence tione and the news of the day; and it is W. P. WALTON. to bet 1100,000 on Bryan. of their fellow Louisvil 0 citizanc entertained in full view of the duty of a Leroy Thompson fell dead at bow- Truth. newspaper to tell the newp. Every hour speech. The Louisville Times, which has strengthens Uio belief that Mr. Bryan ler, Intl., while making a political There are 447 votes in the electoral done its part towards deceiving the po. will succeed at the polle; and if ho docs will bo noceesary pie during This week keeps in mind a great oiTer of the campaign, gives this honhis administration will be for the honor college, of which 221 to e'oct. styles and unapproachable prices by est advic- -, which was hardly necessary and cloryof the country, for the better Chairman Somme's, of tho dem- with reference to what appears in that ment of the condition of mankind, for the promotion of the central principle of ocrats State campaign committee, claims paper: A good rule of conduct from now equal and exact justice to all The charge this district by 350. until your conscientious vote is cast and Cut rates to Canton on the railroads the. horns', result ia truthfnl'y announc Hint his elrction will be a menace to our We have an immense stock and want large sales. institutions, an interference with law, an ended ys'erday, and the occupation of 0 I, Ih to credit little or nothing of what The people watch their money spending just the hired delegate is gone upheaving of society ami a robbery of you hear and accept at not more than 50 now, and because wc arc on the edge of better There is a Brvan club in Union City, cents on the dollar the thiugs political one class of people for the benefit of An times it will pay you to come now and buy. Ind., 200 strong, composed of youths who that you see. other, is worse than idle. It reprLFents We wish to emphasize that pi ices arc very loiv'. This 11 where Democrats will put the Somerset had a mot s'er democratic the lowest scale of political effort. There will cast tkeir first vote An egg with "B" on one side nud ral ySaturdav, the is (joins to be peace under either Mr. b'ing estimatcmd "10 to 1" on thd other was found on a ed at from S.OOO to 10,000 It was tie Brvan or Mr. McKinley. farm near llunteville, Ala. largest and most enthusiastic crowd ih it Two of the students who threw etas has assembled there this campaign. Tl e That any democrat ahould give up evFor President anj We arc alive to the demands of the times. Colery other principle of democracy to vote at the Bryan parade, at Chicago were ex I O'seback parade was ovtr a mile in ored Dress Goods, double width Plaid Dress for McKinley, an avowed free silver pelled from the business College. length, h largo numbT bxing on white Mike Shea, of Indiauapolis, said to hordes. A largo man till this election, simply because Goods, ioc, cheap at 15c. Novelty dress goods tt n drawn by six the republican platform goes back on be 115, a democrat all his life, says "I I2j4c 20c, 25c and ?oc. All wool red flannel white horses carried 1(1 young ladiea to vote for Brvan or die n'try ing. former declarations to declare for the dressed in white aud one in yellow' 15c. Red Shaker Flannel, 25c, worth 35c. For Judge of the Court of Appeals The Bryan club of Fairmount, W. Col. L. H. Rousseau, an gold standard, can be accounted for only solWhite Flannel 15c. Outing cloth 5c. Canton the assumption tbat he wants to vote Va., ha a member 104 years old who dier and lifelong republican, beadod the Flannel, 5c. Better Canton Flannel, JUDGE W. S. with the republicans any way and is marched in a parade there the other proceailnn. Among the many speakers Of New Castle. worth ioc. Good Jeans at 12 4c to 35c. Wool willing to take force bills, a high protect night wan Col. O. H. Brewer, of Madison, a life Kersey, 12 oz. extra heavy, warranted all wool Lewisburg, this State, will give a sol- long For Congress, ive tariff, increased taxation and a genrepublican, and he ba'h there are The fo 40c. Heavy Kersey Pants for men, free if they eral profligacy in the management of id vote for democracy B. rip, $1,50. Men's Suits, nicely made, 83.50, come out for 150 republicans in Madison county who have public affairs. Grant every evil that it republicans there will voto for Bryan. Mercer. Bryan. big value for the money. Overcoats, mens ulis claimed free silver will bring, and then Bob Ingerroll said in his Chicago Bryan's candidacy has brought J40, sters, 83 50, cheap at 5.00. they will not begin to compare with the 000.000 in gold to this country without a speech: "You have got to choose be Tns Interior Journal has under its astween the republican party and tho new bond issue, Bays the Uopkinsville present editor taken part in six presiden evils that will flow from republican cendency. Vole for a government of democratic party. Oh, I forgot the third tial campaigns. In the other five it had by the people, for the people, Palmer and Bucknor, Mr. Bryan spent yesterday making party Yes, to fight only the republican party, which the people, Ladies' Union Suits. 50c. Ladies' Ribbed against a government of trusts and com- short speeches at various points in Ne- (Laughter). Too good to vote for Bryrn, is its delight aud joy. In the one tbat Vests, 25c. Ladies' White Marina, 35c per grind the life out of will braska and wound up with a big one tt and not quite sensible enough to vote for closed last night it has not only had to bines, which garment. Mens' Heavy Under Vets, 25c. McKinley. Brother Palmer ia u kind of Omaha. fight tbat disreputable crew, but to wage the people. Mens' Natural Jfbol Shirts and Drawers, 9SC war on those who had heretofore stood The Palmer and Buckner ticket is decoy duck, while bis running mate ia a Now that it is all over but the voting, per suit. Mens' Medicated Scarlet Underwear shoulder to shoulder with ua in the bat it may not be out of place to say that the only a bait for suckers. Vote the demo stool pigeon; Hnd they say, "We want to all wool, regular dollar quality at 75c. lo. tle for the people's rights. This has been wonder is that more boltocratic speakers cratic ticket or go teeth and toe nails ov- beat Bryan, vote for us." An some fel white blankets 75c per pair. Gray Blankets, low in the crowd says, "Do you expect a most disagreeable duty, but we haven't were not disturbed during the canvass er to the devil. 75c. Comforts 75c. Sec our capes at 82, up. Charles It. Crisp, it is said, will be to be elected?" "Oh no. We ore just flinched from it, though our course may than were. Their inflammatory remarks have alienated our closest friendc De- and baseless charges of anarchy, social- elected practically without opposition to running to catch the votes if democrats If you ate in need of a Suit or an Overcoat, remember "COMi'ARi:" mocracy cornea first with us, and when ism and other epithets howled nt democ- succeed his f&ther in Congress from the who have not eonu enough to vote according to their conscience. We want is a favorite word with us. Ladies' Clca's and Capes; a big line of we saw its ticket aesailtd and its plat- racy and democrats were sufficient to 3d Georgia district. The official declaration of the vote to cttcb a few petrefactions that want to both at Si. 25 and up. form denounced by persons, whesa every make men rebel, and it is to the ere Jit of for govercor Btick to the democratic party, 00 as to interest was with the party, and saw those who will vote for Bryan tbat they in Georgia gives Atkinson and Chandler the dem- hnvo it on their tombstones " democrats mix with republicans were as patient and long suffering as 34,995 majority and stand check by jowl with them in h they were. ocratic candidate for Secretary of Slato AXD TRADE ITEMS. 55,731. common fight against Bryan, our indigA: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, I). F. Logan mul to William Robin-eo- n The Buffalo Express denounces the Notwithstanding the big boasts of nation may have gotten the better of our a bunch of shoata at 3c. T. D. RANEY, Manager. judgment, and we may have eaid things the boss and bis minions, and the Ilea of fusion of the republicans with BreckinO. O. McOIure bought in Wayne ridge and so would all other republican it were best not to have said, but what is the venal daily press of Louisville, we Branch Stores: cattle at 3c. writ is writ and wo have no apology to can not believe that a majority of the papers, if they had the decency andhou couuty 75 The crop of winter apple in this Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, make or anythirg to take back. AVe are people of this district will vote to elect esty to do so. Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Hanna claims that Kentucky, India- country is estimated at 59,000,000 barrels. hear to fight the devil we mean the re- such a man as Davison to Congress, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown, J. K Lynn sold to O. M. Jonts 50 publican party, and if in doiug so we where be would be as'much out of place na, Virginia and Tennessee will go for and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. B. McKinley. but if he gets any of them he feeding cattle averaging 1,135 pounds nt trod on their allies and assistants so much as a bull in a China shop John will be doing well. Bryan is almost sure 'Mc. in evory the worse for the latter. They were Bad Thompson is bis superior George P. Bright A Son bought of Vote for bim and save the honor of all of them. ly out of place else they would have discovered that 100 Ne- Spence Hubble five 1,200 pound cattle at It has been fought with ub instead of againet un in 0! thedistrict. groes from Tennessee have registered at 3G0c. the battle for the people's rights. A good B. F. Roach, of Harrodshurg, baa Tns democrat who puts his stamp un- Middlesboro. Knox and Whitley counmany of those who have strayed off after Bold to Extern parties Katar McGregcr BY demoty will also be flooded with Virginia and false gods will stay with their new found der the rooster votes the whole 2:1S, for 11,000 including Judge V. S. Pry-o- r Tennessee Negroes. friends, to whom they always had a lean- cratic ticket Forty millions of dollars wero made and John B Thompson. If perchance Patrick McGarvoy, of Philadelphia, ing. The republican party is welcome to out of the wheat deal, but the poor farm them. Their room is better than their you think yon can't vote the whole tick has agreed with Sam Robinson to walk ers didn't get any of it. company, but the others who hive been et, atamp under any device you may to Lincoln, Neb., if Bryan is defeated If John O. Johnston, of Boyle, bought mislead temporarily into error will altar wish, but be Bure you put your X in the McKinley is defeated Robinson will in the Shelby City section a bunch of names of the candi make the trip on foot. da9 repentance be received into the fold equares opposite the cattle at 2J to 3c Prominent republicans from Whit two and again, though there will not be more joy dates for appellate judge and Congress. TtioniriH Anderson, of Garrard coun And Funeral Director. ley claim that tho vote of that county over it than over the ninety and nine Thk Louisvilltt limes dots the rand will be about equally divided between ty, bought in the Southern portion cf who went not astray. It is not too late old jurist in j re turtu than good by this county a bunch of mountain heifers Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, yet for some of them to do the right damning him with faint praise like thib: Black, White and Coloou and predict t 2Jc. Horse Blankets Whips. &c thing To these we appeal. Go to the Judge Pryor's name appears in bad com- the election of Black by a good majority. les of 20 ewes at $2 and buvuial Room opposite Court Ho-isSqturc, Stanford, Ky. polls, stamp nndpr the rooster and go pany on the ballot, but every friend of So mote it be. lota of 1,000 to 1,200 pound cattle at S The republicans nre not claiming to 31 are reported hence with that moBt desirable of feel law and order in thefith Appellate disin the Hurrodeburg Congress now. They admt ings tne consciousness ol Having per trict ought to vote to continue this pure, much in Democrat. that their present im.joritv in Hih Honse formed a patriotic and sacred duty. Lucy Leo won tt Latonia last wteK able and almost indispensable judge on will b cut don to 30or 40, while the Sjo whs h 30 to 1 allot and we hope her 1 10 bench. Mr. Gkobgk K. Hacklby, U. S. Condemocratic mmiagTS say it will tie wiped owner, Carroll 11. Held, had a good o sul (formerly of Danville) at Cindad nut altogether. Tub young man with democratic amount on her. Mr Bryan and Mr. McKinley were Diaz, Mexico, under date of Oct. Covington. Arnold fc Bro., paid T who votes the republican tickfor ollieo on the same 2(5, sends ub a most interesting commuwill live to regret it, as certain last ueudidates D. Oheuault 70o for 1,000 bushels of et 4, 1S90, when both wero nication, which utterly refutes tbnnrgu- democratic cilice seekers will day, November wheat, arid to Sam Black 75c fur 1,200 Mr. McKinUv mem 01 tne gow standard people in yet mourn iuBa,k cIoth and ;h1i(8 for running for Congress. bushels. Richmond Register. . u ,.U tt)ejr coura(J jQ thja campaigu. ihe in was defeated Bnd Mr. Brjan elected J, B. Embry loaded the siven cir History repeats its! if. iaiiacy 01 tne nnaneiai pianK n tne unt- loads of export caitle here yesterday that With Steel Beam is considered the best for Urning under Rag Weed terior Journal Iibb kept its off eye on cago platform. Mr. Ilackley baa always The citizens of Covington have taken these fellows and will remember thtnv he bought a couple of weeks ago, menand Stubble. proper and vigorous action on the out affiliated with the republican party and tion of which was made at the time his contribution is in no sense partisan. Wk regret to observe that Col. French rage on Seciutary Carlis e. The citizens Thomas White bought 40 head of Observation founded on five years expe- Tipton has retire! from the Richmond of New Haven, however, have never tasheep from J. P. Turner here last court And the like, and you should sec my stock andget my prices rience there convinces him that pro Climax, which bp has edited with Blight ken any steps to prosecute the cowardly day for 51c. per head and sold the.ii in before you buy. Farm Wagons Lowkr Than Evkr. Mexico it on the most prosper- intermissions for many years. He is a Yale students, who insulted Mr. Bryan. Versail.es Monday for $1 20. icholua-villo ous Nations on eartb, her advancement fine writer and a good newspaper man In comparison with John B. ThompJournal. during the last 15 years being phenomi-nal- , and having the ink on his fingers, we son, Davison is a potato hill by the side Hon. John S Owtloy, Sr., sold lo due principally if not exclusively to hope he wont be able to wash it off, but of Joe's Lick Knob. If you want the Montie Fox the remaining 50 of his the adoption of the silver standard. Mr. return Boon to his old love. Sth Congressional district properly repcattle at 4 cents. They will average Hackiey furnishes statistics and facts to resented, or in fact, represented at all, Mr. Owsley has a large lot of cattle back bis assertions, and but for the fact Thk Louisville Post, whicn has been vote for John B, Thompson. Richmond to winter and bought of his noighbo a that it is to? late now for the letter to engaged in th3 dirtv work of trying to Climax. Dealers In 300 barrels of corn at 80 cents put 111 Lis reach any considerable number of our elect him, asks "Will Gov. McOreary's Marcus Aurelius Hanna, who wi 1 crib. readers before they will have voted, we shoes fit George?" Every decent man be the real president if his predictions would produce it in full. But it is too late knows that they will not and that his prove true, figures tbat his little man will NEW ADVERTISEMENT. now to affect the issue bereabonts. A election would be a disgrace to the dis- get 311 votes This is upon the month ago it would have been worth trict. Davison, Congressman I May the assumption that the American voter can Firm on Hanging Fork CHD DDMT many votes for the democratic ticket. fates forefend it. be bought at so much a head and count- rUlA rVilill 1 . of iboutto Cfet. All 10 Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o cultivation. SecCapt. It. F. Powell or addrtti ed as it pleases him. T. M. White, Corbin, Ky. Shoes and a well se'ected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' The whole republican outfit from No matter who is elected the Interior A dispatch from Denver, says W. S. Hanna down to Davison thinks tha', the Journal will continue to do business at Stratton's $100,000 deposited at the First Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. The old reliable Singer StwiDg Machine American voter can be bought, but they the old stand. Men may come and men National Bank of Colorado Springs, was FOR Needles ol all kinds. O1I1 and Repairs call at the binzer Sewinr Machine Co.'s Office will gnaw a file. All the gold in Stanford, Ky. J. W. Perrin, may go but it goes on forever, preaching not covered by McKinley money when Opposite at can not tempt those who believe democratic doctrine and warning the time for acceptance expired. Some New Agent. that the free coinage of silver will save people to flee from the wrath to come if York bankers Baid they would wire X?otioo--Farxnr- s. the country from financial tain and republican principles prevail. 300,000, but it never came. : s " ' bring happiness and piosperity from Is -" This is what Gen. Palmer Baid to bis voting their sentimentB. Neither monWe at Highest Lkt every democrat go to the polls hearers at Warrenburg, Mo.: "I prom- Price will take your Corn and Hay oi Stanford in Exchange tor Coal. Cituens ft, ey nor coeraion counts in the voting early you Corn and Hay at Cost if you ire and stamp under the roos- ise you, my fellow democrats, I will not we wl our Coal Customers. Hook your crders for Coal. booths. ter, then see that your neighbor does consider it any great fault if you decide NOEL. .V SON, Stanford, Ky. great secretary who voted last likewise, and Bryan's election and that next Tuesday to cast your ballots for The William McKinley, although you may, year "as he pleased," took it out in talk- of Tnompson is assured. 1 if you desire it, vote for Palmer and ing this year and will not vote. lie failand Buckner." Democrats do your duty gj Will be made Iur tne asking on ed to register and has returned to Washthere wilt be no fears of the result. Vote AsAdrulnutratorof I. W. Ilibb, I wilt sell at A dispatch from Louisville to the ington, where in the vaults of the U. outcry at his (arm on the Stanlord and for Bryan, Pryor an J Thompson by pike on Cincinnati Enquirer says: Tne Enquirer fublic he will be safe from eggs or oth- stamping under ! the rooster. correspondent met Hon. John S.Owsley, er missiles. That he wasn't treated to Nov. 1896, further indignities must fill the soul of Wshave no hesitancy in saying that Sr., ex representative from Lincoln coun- The following property: Entire crop of Corn, the Courier Journal with unspeakable we believe tbat battle of the ty, on the train. Mr. Owsley said that about 400 shocks, 3 stacks of limotby Hay, three stacks of Clover and Timothy Hay, two sudnces. billots will result in a aignal victory for while he should vote for Palmer and Wagons, Wagou. Harness and Farming Si Buckner, he would voto for Col. John Implements, two aged Mules, aged horse, two Bryan and democracy. yearling Jack, Sow and aifed jennets, a No. appeal ia tbat all who oil Our last B. Thompson, tho democratic candidate Pilfs, Cow and Calf, 2 yearlings Xc. Terms made known on day of tale. themselves democrats will vote for Bryan, A mombntous issue is to be settled to for Congress. He said that Lincoln WILLIAM BECK.Admr. Btjppsis'"11 "4piVs''V'?'' j M J day. Pryor and Thompson. Let us do it decently and in order. county will give Thompson 200 majority. . P. Chandler, Auctioneer. i$I-WEEbff ,NTE?.i0K,l0bhNlb Thk Cincinnati Enquirer bad already expressed the firm belief tbat William J. POLITIC A L POINTS. CStlTpe-fcfA Ill Word To You. Store 0 SIX PAGES- - H Tfye Louisville 0 to-da- ID X It Will Pay You. Sc, nt BRYAN AND SEWALL PRYOR ex-Uni- 0 0 N JOHN THOMPSON, to-da- v. 0 Kcn-tuckia- n. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. 1 ed THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. 000-pou- nd UNDERTAKING -- J. ., M CXt ART three-year-o- ld Practical Trimmer, Emkalmer 12 For-fili- pre-debcti- to-da- y .. .,. ,,, ed THE GIBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, -N- B. K. WEAREN. ft 1,-5- FARRIS & HARDIN, to-da- y. Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. I 7i-t- f Gol-con- da Post-Olllc- Prioes to Suit The Times SPECIAL PRICES 1: ""- IP ": m to-da- y I l PUBLIC S ALE 7th, 1 to-da- y FOR 30 DAYSi Saturday, 's 1 Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, Screening's and Shipstuff. J. H. BAUGHMAISl & CO. ''V" ''F i T "n -W-i 'I n Tiwjqi - i"v" s5T.f"- - fc "P"" V . B M 1 t f.i .1 tno .10 iiicpriTfj 11 jnjur pvupm 01 uie nunu want 'nnU "SeTMntetest or me uiu temptation of greed, or the promises which uf the money which alone measures tlia """" MUST Those who may appeal to tho cowards. yield to Influences such ns theso must be value of their productions and their Gold nlono Is not suitoffset by the hosts of our honest and pa- labor. their Ky., Nov. 3, 1896 AND CONQUER. triotic farmers. Secure In upon. personal able for a currency, because it will not Stanford. freedom they can bo relied mcaauro tho dnily wants of the great Do not fear but that you will havo us with you In your struggle Unlto with us mass oMiinnkind." with earnest purpose and redoubled zcnl, in Ii!h message of IVcember 0, 1i92, W. P. WALTON. WnffC-Earno- rs Appeal to Fanners nnd mako good among the Intelligent President Hnrrlon. speitKing or me of this great valley any possible loan lor Concerted Action AtfuliiHt of vote? which may result from coercion international monetary conferorce, then In session (the last one that ever and bribery. Coercion and McKInloyl.sni. Ttio MVnry CntulliUto. Yo assure you, as fellow workers, an met), sold: I'm tired of mnkliiK members of the great army of tho tolling "If nny temporary check or delay inFrom UlllvllU down to illuw, mnsxes of the land, that we rofuse to listen Of chukintt homl with people to all appeals which would Bet us against tervenes, I believe that very soon comrum i 111 to inuynol THE SAME INTERESTS. you, our fellow workmen. Wcdcclnroour-selvo- s mercial conditions will compel the now I'm tintl of sUtlni; up all nlcht loyal to silver and to tho cause of reluctant governments to unite with ut Anil trumplnit round nil day, tVo t industrial production everywhero. in this movement to heeurc the enlargeAnd, believe mi', I don't want to pledge you our support In tho present Hear tho Tho Hope of Good Government Rests and we rejoice In the confidence that ment of the volume of coined iprny Old If lnbor will but present a united front In needed for transaction of the btisinp:s Largely with the Independent Uand the battle the triumph of tho cause of free of the world." rinr. and Patriotic Farmer. silver, of Hryan and humanity, Is ccrtalnl Hut the reluctant governments have IHIgned I'm tlrod of stump and platforms. No matter where they lo. O. i:. WOODHL'UY. President not united with us, and show no disTho Lleufst oillcu in tho land II. O. I1KHHY. Secretary. position to do so. Prince Bismarck Tho Intrrmu of All I'roilurer Wrapped Y. T. SIIKHMAN. Ain't worth a nhuck to met Up In tlm nirrtliiii of llrjun mid tlie says the surest way to secure their coI'm tlrtd of talk and torchllyhta JOSEPH DAZE. SucriM iif l'rt'i Hlltrr l'rotec- operation Is for the United States to And Imnnurs bruru utid toy, A. CATTEHMULLv tlon AkiiIiinI CixTrloti mill want to And, lullovu me, I dou't 8. S. VAUQH. declare for International bimetallism. Hoar tho , P. J. DAL.TON. liitlnililiitloii. Gen. John A. Logan mild of the policy OH J. O. MITCHELL. of contracllon that accompanied the Band J. II. M'MANUG. Play I Tho following stirring and patriotic demonetization of silver: Executive Committee Atlanta Constitution. Trades Unionist Silver Club. nppeal linn boon ntltlrusscil to the pro"I, for one, tain see lenellt only to the ducers of the Mississippi inlley hy the and those who receive money-holdUuoklln's Arnica Balvo oifjnnl.wl workmen of Chicago: interest and have iixed incomes. AGAINST Chicago. Oct. Tht bit (aire In the woild for cult, bru'icn15$C. can see, ns a result to this legislation, tetter, chap- To tho 1'nrnters nnd Agricultural 57, arei, ulcsri, salt rhium, ftvrr sortsakin I.nborcrs eruption! our business opcrartions crippled and hands, chilblains, corns and all of tho Statu of Illinois nnd of the Missist paaltWely cum plica, or no pay rtpuircd. It U labor sippi Vnlloy Greeting: GOLD STANDARD. wages forcan see reduced to a mere pitluarantetd to etvt pcrlect satisfaction or monej the beautiful prairie? tance. I cents par box. For tata ly As representing the Interests nnd having rafundrd. Fnet i W. H. McKoboru druggist. nt henrt tho wtlfnro of tho nngo earning of my own state nnd of the great west, claftiies of our cltlps nnd gteat centers of which arc blooming ns gardens, with Industry, w addrcsu you, f.s we approach Old Ycu Ever. cheej-fu- l "What 3trickcn one haa ho uplifted? Whut orphan ha ho upheld?' homes rising like white towtho elope of this momentous campaign, T' o Lenders ol' tho Ilcpubllcnu Try Electric nitttraai a remedy for your trou upon a. question thnt wo bellovo to be of ers along the pathway of Improvement. Niw York Journal Tarty Havo Tntight Their blest Ifeot, Kft a bottlt tow sndftt rchaf. I can again sinking back to ullcne.ss. Thli mtdicine hat bean found to b peculiarly vital interest to all thoao who are engaged to Favor Silver. In the productive Industries of the country. relief and cure of all KemaL Com ad. ptcd to the sec mortgage fiends at their hellish It Is a fact conceded by all Intelligent plaloti, eiertmf a wonderful direct influence in work. I can see the nopes of the inif you persons, thnt the wealth of the country is giving strength and lone to the organs, i have Lota orAppallta, Constipation, Headache. the result of Its productive eneri;y; that dustrious farmers bliurted as they burn or are Nervous, Slteplia, Kalntinc ho tolling masses, those who work with THEIR WORDS QUOTED. corn for fuel because itsi price will not s3 Melancholy or troubled with D nr Spalli, Electric Illitera it tne medicine you seed, Health their nnnda In the Industries of life. In Iny the cost of transportation nnd divand Strength are guaranteed by iW uta. Only fact produce all of the material wealth or idends on millions of dollars of fictijo centa a bottle at W, It. Mc Roberta' Drug 8ui. tho world. Vo do not propooo to undertious railway stock--s and bonds. I can estimate the value of tntertlgcnce In the di- The Republican Party Heretoforo Fa- see our people of the west groaning nnd recting of Industry: nor do we Ignore the A Household TrofiBuro. D, W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N, Y., aaye that Importance of Intellectual labor; but wo vored tho Double Standard and burdened under taction to pay debt ha alwayt kaeyi Or. Kiog'a New l)iicorry In the repeat, thnt tho material wealth of the Free Coinage of Both Metals. of slate, counties nnd cities Incurred home and hie family would not be without it. If world Is the result of Its mnnual toll, approcurable. O, A. Djkeman Druggtit, Calikill, plied to natural resources. Invlowof this when money was more abundant and N. Y., says that Dr. King'a New Discovury U truism wo Insist that tho condition of any bright hopes of the future were held is undoubtedly the beat Cougn remedy; that ha hat country Is uttorly deplorable when, as In hat ued it in his lamily for eight mj, and it Why our land, more than 75 per cent, of tho The Single Gold Standard n New Departure out to leud them on. I can see the peoThe Weekly Edition of neve, faded to do all that it claimed for it. -- Unnil ItraiMiii Why tho Itnnk and ple of our western states, who are pronot try a rtmcdyto lone tried and tcttcd. Trial wealth of tho nation Is In the hands of less The Cincinnati twttlc Irte at W. II. McKobcrts' Drug Store. than ten per cent, of Us population, as ducers, reduced to the condition of File of tho 1'urty Should Nut Regular tlte foe and f Commercial-Tribu- ne shown by the statistics of the last census Abaudon Its Kitfo Old Posiserfs to pa Interest on public and report, this ten par cent, embracing not tion In Tntur of tin private debts to the money sharks of a slnglo producer, but only the men who &gsrW&M2SW3i& Double Standard. Wall street, New York, nnd of Thread-needl- e grow rich and powerful by the manipulaIn London." tion of money nnd of property. When, as street In thlj country, we find that the tolling Senator William B. Allison, of Iown. The supMrtors of Mr. Hryna can massos. as reprefeotlnR more than S2 per in the senate .tune 0, 1S00: Cfvvrftfvvwtfv? Utilrable Suburban Home, Containing Ten cent, of tho population, possess, 16as shown prote the uorrcctnuMi of thoir position said by tho piimo stntlstlcs, lenn than per cent, in favor of the free coinage of eold "The nlTnlrs of this world cannot be Acrea ol Land, For dale. Hat on it a good, comfortable Dwelling of blx Koomi.and all nrcetiary of tho wealth of the country, wo submit conducted ujon the ningle Ikis's of outbulldinft. One yard hydrantaud one for wi thnt theso facts Indicate a deplorable state and Kilter by the sciontiilc opinion of Is gold: nnd the wnr and contest l. taring itock, alto a splendid, never falling wtll. of society, particularly when It will be adthe uorltl, by the exierieiiee of Kor further particulars apply to mitted that the great majority of our by the founders of our govern- between those who seek to destroy nnd JAS. I" IIAII.F.Y. population are men nnd women ment mid by the most honoml nnd outlaw silver nnd those who f.eek to tjtanfoid, Ky. 3 who aro at once Industrious and honest, The Weekly Commercitl G.zette coutaint 64 culum 1 every week. It gives the lenders of the republican par- place it upon on equality with gold. capable and the most Intelligent newi of the World in ihe Most e'e Shaie ; th Lhoceft Miscellany autl Re That Is tho eontest, and l nm for the can produce and that monDetlie to buy a mali Farm of tnu tne Ilr$t Stories and Literary Matter that ly. There has bcnrcely been repubIn the world. I? A D M ey can buy. The Weekly Ccmmerclal Oaette is printed every Tuesday morning Will pay caih riViMU. Jjor 100 acrri. It Is n truism In tlnnncu thnt they who lican of stillleient prominence to en- full and complete restoration of silver and mailed to any part of the United State, or Canada at FIFTY CENTS PER 63 41 Addreit Lock bo 191, Stanford, Ky. control the money of a nation control Its title him to leadership ttlnce the txirty as one of the coin nietnls of the world, K A K, life. Tho more you reluce the volume of wiio hax not, at and therefore, I propose to do whatever una organized money liy much you Increase Its pur-aslng ower, and give to those who hold Home lime, declared agniiiNt tiie gold I can to promote that most desirable ?The DAILY COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE is unrivaled as a Newspsper, nd ! it an advantage which Is the mcro result standard and in favor of bimetallism object." wii g porulanty turnughoLt Ihe Central Sistet is attested by Its increasing of legislation fuvorablo to their interests, unil Bob Ingcrsoll said: "Silver was dethe remonetJ7.atIon 0 sliver. In any honmt endeavor nnd not tho rosult of lueu Dailj ana S.i.day. Every iottu.aster is considered an agent. Ad- every instance thcKc declarations hnve monetized by fraud. It was an impoor genuine merit upon their part. r a workman of It Is ulso true beyond question an it has been freely nnd voluntarily made, and sition upon etery solvent man; n fraud THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO., always been In the history of the world so without other incentive than that sup- upon every holiest debtor in the I'nlted g is it now tlmt the Interests of tho 14YEARS States. It assassinated labor. It was Send for Terms. CINCINNATI, OHIO g nnd classes are plied from an netive conscience and an done in the interest of nvnrice and honest mind. It Is the exigency of Identical. Whutevor financial policy wtll i.'.ijf iUM"awmwiiw"ww itibwmhmmi m ir.t,sy.t.L.K,y.K?r.t.sy.t r.Nwr-products partisan politics, controlled by the greed, and should be undone bv honest Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f result In raisingInthe prlco of thoresult In- money llko manner of labor, will jiower. that hu placed the re- men. The farmer should vote only for evitably In advancing the wages of labor. Water Pipes, Porsuch men as arc able and willing to In the present campaign n studied effort publican party where it Ls njid has guard and advance the Interests of celain Bath Tubs made, and is now being pushed, compelled mmuo of lUi lenders to stultihas been to bring about dissension between the great fy thenmelveH on the subject. Atpeclalty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO bodies of the laboring pooplo of tne I'nlted Senator Thurston said: "It is better Siher wis not demonetized until NONE. Gilt tdge reference In and out Htntes, tho agricultural laborers as a aft4-the tragic death of Mr. Lincoln, that we should, If necessary, buy gold of tbe State. Aak your Danville class, and the Industrial Now, as always, the privileged classes net bul the money sharks were- busy with at a premium to settle our foreign frirndt about my work. with than that the American peoUon the motto: "Divide and conquer." the greenback Issues of the wnr period any representaknow that T. F. CLARKE. They government Inlabor form of can control while Lincoln was in the white Iioufc, ple should be compelled to pay higher tive united and the mnrtyr president thu spoke prices in human labor and human enClement Houte Ilulldlng, Dinrille, Ky, tho administration nnd direct Its legislaIMI tion, except so far as thoso who are clocted from the depths of Ids honest heart of deavor for a dollar because of the Is Rec ivinjj his may prove recreant to the trust Imposed an evil from which this country has adoption of the single gold standard. Wrfet I can the UTFiITQ I will take all trade hldetleather gel upon them, and vulnerable to the approach since sulTcrcd much: I am an advocate of the American theon of tho professional lobbyist. niUJ-iU- . lor forcathorln court days at Stanford or at my home In "If n government contracted a debt ory. I have no doubt the remonetlza-tloEvery effort lias been made In the presCbat. Knohn, Tanner of silver in the United States .- 'n "- ent campaign to array tho with a certain amount of money in Jg. gtM. Kra of tho cities, and of tho great manufacturcirculation, and then contracted the would speedily and oertnlnly appre- All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give ing Industries of tho country, against tho him a Call. THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, silver, not only in ciate the price agricultural producers and laborers, upon money volume before the debt was this country, butof throughout the whole Is the most heinous crime tlint paid, it tho theory diligently pressed everywhere that the Increased prices of agricultural a government could commit against world." products, which would Inevitably result the jM.'oplc." Butterworth. of It Agent for The upon tho rvmonotlzntton of silver, would There is $150,000,000 less money In Ohio, In a recent letter, said: Co bo prejudicial to tho Industrial them of the circulation now than there watt two "Is it not folly to supjwso that the by Increasing tho cost to necessities of life. years no, so that the heinous crime of capitalists of England nnd they are THE REAT BJJSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLOF THE SOUTH. And The It has been tho policy of tho present cam which Lincoln sKke Is now being in- tho capitalists of the world will be Hunsrcbs or graduates holding fine positions. paign conducted under tho direction of flicted on easily iersuadcd o agree or conseut the people. Accident commended by the leading business ken of Aotna .Mark Hanna, aptly designated aa "An InPresident Grant said: "With free and to bimetallism? Why should they? J dustrial Cannibal," to endeavor to sreuro THE COUNTRY, Company. mentioncqurse wANrep. "T") tho purchasable vote which always exists unlimited coiimgc of gold and silver we lEow is itto their hiteresttodoso, while Heat and Moil I'avorable Termt ol Insurance In great confers of population, by the lavwill clear uwity our public debt before we consent to make it to their advanish and corrupt U30 of money, and to tage to refute? They have doubled the the cloec of the century." thnt voto aglnst tho Interest of tho declared afterwards that vnlue of their credits by demonetizing agriculturists. Hut hu and his associates Jen. Grant . XTOBZ4 dfc havo not stopped with this, they havo In ho did not know hu hnd signed a bill silver, nnd thus, in effect, doubled nddltlon resorted to every conceivable received The to demonetize allver. COAL, form of coercion, with a view to compelling century is nlmost here, The end of the the interest blundered by them. trap into that and tho public United States Incorruptible In tho city to . and within a year beggared millions of Ntar Railroad Crossing, Eaitof Depot, join In this crusade against agricultural debt han not only not been This is tho best market and ours Is tho best houso to ship to. Wo mako liberal adSTANFORD, KY. Industry under the pressure of a threat of r.wny, but it Is now growing larger. her citizens, and, if wo adhere to the vances on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses la having tho loss of position and employment In th many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot cash ; not la Corn and Hay taken event of the triumph of Iho free Bccuuso of the depreciation of the gold blunder, will beggar 5,000,000 more, and Cheap Good, Clem, trade No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and farm produco direct to sliver in exchange. Come and ice ui. double tho burden of everv debtor and standard It will take more days' labor caUBQ. The pretsure that has been brought HERNDON-CARTE- R burdcn-benre- r in tho Land." to bear In this direction, typified by the and more bushels of wheat to txiy what every L0UIBV1I.LE, KY. 110 Third Street, or 913 to 310 Murrell Court, brutal conduct of Mr. Crawford In St. now remains of tho publrc debt than it The republican national platform of Co., Louis, who discharged from his employ- would in Gen. Grunt's time to havo 1889 eald, William McKlnley being ment overy free silver man In his establishment, simply becauso of his attitude upon paid tho whole of it. Jesse Grant Is chairman of th'o committee on platKy. the financial Issue, has been very great, supporting Bryan and free silver and form : S THK HERD OK and hard to be resisted. That by the procbelieves his distinguished father would "The republican party is. In favor of -a esses thus resorted to unscrupulous manWARNING. the use of both gold and silver as 5rcehrVeeyd agers of tho republican campaign expect do the same if he were living. Spcuking in tho house of representa- money and condemns the policy of the to succeed In controlling In n largo measMy Breeders were selected Irom tne brat herds We want to give ttoe who oe ut flf warning ure the purchasable voto of tho great (Cleve7, 1S78, .Mr. Blaine democratic administration of this lamcus breed of swine In several different that c thall give them two weekt more to teltlc cities, and also through terror to cause tives on February efSulci. A splendid lot of pigs of dmortni a s land's first administration) in its up with ui, and if they do not come up in that uttered these prophetic words: for aalo. bred sows a sp.ia1t . satisfaction time, nc thali put their account! in the handt of ninny a well intentloned workman to voto guaranteed. C'orrep"i,'ene s lleitu. Adores' "I bellevo tho struggle now going forts to demonetize, silver." ngalnst hlH own earnest convictions, canMEKSHON & GRKER. an officer. The republican national platform of not bo doubted. 'Yo believe, however, thnt ou in this country and other countries R RON A UGH, the appeal which haa been made to the for a singlo gold stundard would, if SOS said: rK Orchard. K. manhood of tho American citizen, to assert dlwis-te- r "The American people from tradition his rights In tho exercise of tho franchise successful, produce widespread in and throughout tho eoinmerlcal and interest favor bimetallism, and the under tho Australian ballot, will bo successful; and that thus tho efforts of these world. The destruction, of silver ns republican party demands the use of nnomlcs of humanity will bo rendered un- money, and tho establishment of gold both gold nnd silver as standard am Hill agent for Fall. Branch Coal and nil) availing. Still It must be admitted that us the sole unit of value must have n money." keep a tupply of all klndt of Coal, to you get tuch from these conditions there exists a menace Is it nny wonder that the thousands at you want at the lowest ponlble prices for Caah, to the cause wo have at heart; ami hence ruinous effect on ull forms of propertj, Other, Mill Si. and Railruad Crossing, oppotite It Is that now wo appeal to you, whoso Inexcept those invested which yield a nnd thousands of republicans, who Roller Milla. J. II. IUUGINS, terests aro so vitally Involved In this Issue, tixed return in money. These would he have been taught by their leaders, as SlanUrd, Ky. that you redouble your efforts, with quick37 well as by their own study and obserened energies, and make tho majority of enormously enhanced in value, and agricultural voto of the Mississippi would gain a disproportionate and un vation, thnt the gold standard is not the valley for tho free sliver causa and Its inlr advantage over every other spe- good for the country, nnd that sliver SHELBY & SHELBY, champions, as largo as poeslble; so large, cies of should bo renionetlzcd, now refuse to reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icof superbly appointed property." In fact, thnt It will gloriously ovcrcomo President Garfield said: "Every man follow the party since it has lieen throueh traius. Div Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta overwhelm all of these floating votes, and whether obtained corruptly or through who is opposed to the use of silver coin committed to the support of the gold nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, coercion, which tho enemy may succeed In iw part of tho legal currency of the standard? Among these are Hon. to Knoxvinc, not springs Williams, of Ionia, .Mich., the sole and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars - Kentucky. obtaining , nnd In which alone they ilnd country, I disagree with. Kvery man City, present confidence of success. and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe their and Asheville: 10 original republicans, You In the exerclso of your calling are who is opposed to the. actual legal use survivor of the M who, in 1834, gave the pirty its name and Shreveport .Through Tourist Sleepers to l,os Angeles and Turnouts, l'rompt Attention, Yary not being spied upon by the minions of c t both metals, I disagree with. i I Reasonable Katca. A portion of -your patrooage it capital, as are the of the would endow the two dollars with and wrote its first platform. Others nre San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texa3, Mexico and California, JjfffiI 186m. retpectlully tolic'itcd. cities. Each of you upon his own field of equality and make tho coinage free." Gen. Hlrney, Jesse Grant, Thomas Gar- via New Orleans or vta Shreveport. lnbor walks and works In an Independent Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Even Senator John Sherman Is on rec- field, Senator Teller and thousands of atmosphere that Is Impossible In these days .1 x In the grent ord against the gold standard and the others whom tho money iower cannot Willi every nccummuuuuuu iu jjuuuua. to the averago iunj iitc uoserva- - rycfcjm JHi ' &5m Pir Wherovcr such a centers of Industry. of silver. a speech buy. jf- Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Tarlor ana worker tolls ho Is not only being watched demonetizationon April 10, In 1S70 (Conliable to Ilnd at to tho senate ho tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Thiity choice thoroughbred Poland China Hogs by his foremnn, but uponIs his liberty, some gressional Record, vol. 4, pt. 3, p. 2,341), The Indianapolis convention has beeti of alluc.n, Giltt, bred bows and lloan teady for hla elbow somo Bpy Chattanooga. aervtce, for sale at low prlcea Auy kind of Grain seducer of his civic virtue, some treachho said: "To adopt tho gold standard described ua thu "finest array of banktaken in exchange. Come toon and get the belt, erous fellow workman ever ready to report iiIoqc mid demonetize silver would be i ers, rallrond men and attorneys for corW. O. Itinearson, Chas.W.Zell, l'edigreet fumitnedon application. to ills. cmpJorcn. find, tiresslng upon the O. P. J.. Cincinnati. 0. Viv. Tau'r Ast-- , Cincinnati 0. porations and trusts ever got tofiether." D1STKLI, Ottenheim, Ky. II. I 1 1 EEKU NTEiOKjiibnNBi UNITE 5? a yeo-mnn- ry kik-i-cIi-i cam-tmtg- n; er THE 1 Fol-lowe- rH Fr(ij3rAy?i'tQl'i-- Eicit-abl- e, i I THE WEEKLY Cincinnati Commercial I Gazette. CKN S FOR SALE. Did 4s2&i.vr inan-Icltit- to-da- y wage-earnl- K YEHR. OvcrOncIIundrccI Years a Family Favorite p 50 wage-eurne- rs c. I I 11 br-- in 1 " cl Superior Plumbing 11 Ssimple Copies Free. MwvswfBfj C EXPERIENCE wage-earnin- wealth-producin- r-imse tw.isr.&is H RUPLEY r wage-earner- s, bal-nnc- - o THEMERgH ANT TAILOR- -- Ollan-hal- n wage-earne- rs 4HDS iiSRWJrViJHJfiBSPIlSJSftSr M. W. JOSNSOIT, Mutual Liic Insurance wage-earner- s, 'rf)u0rrMrJj(me -- Insurance SOIT, 9SrrfeJ('irJJ-Srra- mJtAfaMffWrm jjjtrr nr-ru- y DEALERS IN wage-rnrne- rs ch-urc- WOOL. WOOL. GO. St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, BLUR-GRAS- JSrFAIK RED HOGS. VsssssssssssssssssssSsW 1 R. II. COAL I THE 1 Queen &Crescent route e Props. 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Idea 4wmv Who can think of some simple iningtopaicuw " uiuwv The Power of Public Opinion Veru Cor- Tho Marquis de Mcrinville. who ro- It is an easy thing to keep on your poratloni-T- he Passlnc cf Come. contly married Mary Gwendolin Cald own sido of the road, and yet it is a dlan Harrltran. well, secured nn American heiress for daily occurrence to meet people who whoso hand many foreign noblemen pay not tho slightest attention to whero Special Correspondence.! havo vniuly sought. Very littlo is they nro riding, whether they aro a A groat many persons affect to belit- known on this sido of tho tle tho power of public opinion. TIicfo tho marquis. Ho is vaguelywntcr about nuisanco to every ono in general or referred to whether they are directly disobeying peoplo nro apt to declare that It doos as tho possessor of an not amount to anything unless tho cor- titlo and n man of tho ancient French 0110 of tho most common courtesies of world. poration at which it is directed is will- former Miss Caldwell, though, Of tho tho publio nt largo. As somo wiso perwo havo son has said, "Of courso every man has ing to allow itself to bo influenced. tho fullest details. Tho daughter of a a right to half the road, but ho hasn't That thiH is not tho caso thero aro daily the right to kick his half out of tho midillustrations in almost ovcry community dle of the street. " But that is exactly of importance in the country. A caso in what a great many peoplo insist on dopoint is of very recent oceurrenco in ing, and for which reason occur a great this city. Tho Broadway cablo lino for many unfortunate and serious collisions a long timo after it had been put in that could bo easily avoided. operation was a sourco of constant irriBicycle collisions are a species of actation to tho thousnnds who vero comcident that it is wiso to avoid, not only pelled to patronize it daily. This was on account of the danger to life nnd duo to tho fact that tho gripmen could limb, but because a bicycle, though built never be induced to stop for a mnlo to withstand rough use, is not bound to passenger unless ho appeared to bo very bo accident proof against tho force of a WY old or feeble. . ' collision. Stop and think for a moment fV Took Hia Number. of the damage that may cusuo from tho Tho averago mortal of tho tnalo box is colliding of two bicycle riders in rapid a good deal of a bluffer. Ho will do motion. A man weighing 180 pounds an awful lot of kicking while, ho is 'flf V and moving at tiio rate of 13 feet a sec, angry, but Bclilom follows up a causo of ond, which is but a triflo over eight S '' f complaint to n point whoro his protest of might servo to produce somo beneficial TOK MARQUIS DE MKRIKVILLK'S AMERICAN miles an hour, has a momentum ac1,800 pounds, and this leaves out of HUIPE. effect. And thus it is with Now Yorkera to a marked degree, Tho cablo cars wenlthy Virginia planter and heiress to count altogether tho weight of tho would not stop for them; so they did a 2, 000, 000, sho has figured not a littlo wheel. This is sufficient to upset any A collilittlo sprinting, jumped on tho rear in Washington and New York society, pedestrian with terriflo force carrying most of her timo has been spent sion between two wheels, each platform, did a little kicking to tho but conductor, got vnguo answers, and in abroad with her sister, who married tho a 180 pound rider, running n long at many cases downright impertinence, Inte Baron von Zedwitz of Dresden. tho modorato speed of eight mile9 nn smash up, with vowed vengeance, xnado a memorandum Tho baron was killed about two months hour would result iu a pounds. a forco of nearly 4,000 ago in n yachting nccident. of tho conductor's number for tho purIt lias been thought that tho pneuMiss Cnldwellwas known as a deeply pose ot reporting him to tho company religious young woman, and her gifts to matic tiro forms a sort of safeguard nnd then forgot all about tho wholo Catholic institutions hnvo been most which would prevent serious concusthing. Naturally no relief camo as a result liberal. Her largest donation wan tho sion in caso of a collision. Perhaps it of that course, and finally tho patrons Bum of 1300,000, which sho gavo to would have a slightly modifying effect, of tho road in littlo groups determined found tbo Catholio uuiversity at Wash- but it would bo of little or uo account. to mako a complaint in writing when- ington. About seven years ago it was Taking theso facts into consideration, it ever ono was deserved, and, further, announced that sho was towed tho aged is very evident that a bicyclo collision novcr to attempt to board ono of tho and invalid Princo Murat, but tho im- is not tho most pleasant thing in the cars until after it had como to n full pecunious French nobleman insisted world, and every good wheelman should stop. Then a number of them began to that half her fortuno should bo settled avoid such chances by keeping on his writo to tho nowspaper?, which took tho on him previous to tho ceremony. Sho own sido of tho road. Now York Times. matter up, and now it is possiblo for a promptly refused, and tho match was A Dlcycllnff Cat. man who is not a trained athlete to get called off. Tho marqni'o is now 84 Danville, Pa., probably has tho only is a very haudsomo woman. on or off a Ercadway cablo car without years old and bicyclo fiend iu the shn)o of n cat iu tho serious risk of decapitation. United States. It is a black cat as Our Admiral In the Mediterranean. Tho company had had the proper rules In viow of tho attention which Undo black as tho hinges of midnight and for tho guidance of employees from tho Sam is paying to tho notions of the ter- belongs to W. G. Proctor. This cat envery beginning, but simply did not rible Turk it is interesting to uoto that joys n bicyclo rido us well as any wheelbother about enforcing them until pub- Admiral Thomas O. Sclfridgo is in com- man in America and never misses an lic opinion compelled them to do so. mand of our fleet in tho Mediterranean. opportunity of taking 0110. Tho routo is The Passing of Harrlfran. If thero is any man in our navy who is never too long and tho paco never too It has often been remarked that when to bo relied upon in case of a call to warm for him. Tho cat does not, to bo tho public onco tires of a theatrical fa- "cloar decks for action" it U this samo sure, sit upon tbo saddle and do tho vor i to nothing iu tho world can induco Admiral Solfridge. Ho has worn navy pedaling, but it rides upon tho shoulit to tako him into its heart again. Tho bluo over siuco howid 17, and before ha ders of tho boys iu tho neighborhood. caso of Edward Harrigan furnishes an was 80 ho hud seen more sen fighting j In tho evening, when tho boys start out apt and timely illustration. Many years nau most men uo in a iiictime. on their spins, ono of them will place ugo, when Harrigan and Hart were partthis cat upon his shoulders, nnd there ners and had their cozy littlo playhouse, Tom will sit through tho entire journey they were on tho highroad to fortune, if permitted to do bo. Tho cat never but n firo or two and littlo or no insurfalls from its perch. Sometimes it is ance gavo them n setback from which it partially dislodged by tho boys in seemed impossiblo that they could over mounting or by n sudden turn or bump fully recover. However, they went right in tho road, but its claws aro over ready along nnd appeared to bo making monto catch a new hold. When tho cat sees ey. Then camo thoquarrel, which many ono of tho youngsters starting out for a persona averred was caused by thoir ride, it runs after him, and if ho does wives, and tiio separation in a business not offer to tako it up Tom rubs against way of tho two men who were the idols his leg nnd meows in a very suppliof a largo section of tho amusement lovcating manner to bo taken nlong. The ing public of this city, Brooklyn nnd a cat is about a year old and has beeu a considerablo section of tho country. victim of tho bicycle fever for several Then Tony Hart began to go down, nnd months. Philadelphia Ilecord. his end in a lunatio asylum is familiar to all. Harrigan went to tho Park theaAthletic Frizes at Tale. ter, wroto more plays, acted in them, Dr. W. G. Anderson of Yalo has ofmade money, built Harrigan's theater fered a prizo for tho gymnast who imnnd was generally regarded as one of proves most in tho tumbling exercises tho most fortuuuto men in tho theatrical ADMIRAL 6ELFIUIK3E. during tho coming year. The Julian profession. But his day was not to bo a through tho civil war ho was in tho Curtiss trophy is presented every year long ono. Somehow or other tho public tniCKOi ine scrimmage. a iieuiei.ani for excellency in work on tho horizontal tired of him. Whether it was duo to ho was ou tho Cumberland when sho bars. Besides theso prizes the Vnlo tho fact, frequently alleged, that his went down with her flag flying, and ho' Gymmihtio association offers 10 prizes work as a playwright had fallen off or escaped by jumping from a portholo. Ho for work ou tho horizontal and parallel to a change in publio tasto is not mate- was in command of two other gunboats bars, in club swinging, ropo climbing, rial. Tho result, 60 far as Harrigan was which weie sunk, and ho took a hand tumbling, long horse, sido horso nnd concerned, wns the fame. in crippling many of tho Confederate , rings. The prizes will bo competed for No Longer a Groat Attraction. hnntx. fin distincui.slied liiinsolf at tho iu two.ineots and will go to first nnd Whero ho had beeu regarded as an at- siego of Fort Fisher as well as in sov- - second men. The right to wear tho unitraction which was certain to play to cral other engagements, nnd hia promo- versity "Y" ou the sweater will go to the man scoring tho highest number of tho capacity of tho house ho got to bo tion was rapid. considered only a moderately good In 1600 he found himself n com- points, tho first to count fivo and tho drawing card, and gradually in many mander and reached tho grado of ad- second three. Exchauge. places oven that distinction has passed miral a year ago. Siuco tho war ho ha Oreat duns. away. It was current rumor on tho hold numerous important positions iu "Rolla O. Hoikes, tho grent clay bird Itialto hero that his engagement nt tho tho navy and has dono duty iu all Bijou had to bo cut short owing to un- parts of tho world. His father, Admiral smasher, who is at present on u visit to tho Pacific coast," says 0110 of his profitable business, and it is an Solfridgo, retired, is still living. friends, "has somo old guns which ho in Brooklyn, his faot that later, The Castle Case. prizes very highly. One is n Golnher receipts would have seemed almost nigTho arrest of Mrs. Ella Castle, to- smoothbore, muzzlo louder, with a bargardly to him a fow years ago. gether with her husband, Walter M. rel 45 inches long. This guu is over 75 This is really a regrettablo occurrence, Castle, in London on a chargo of shop- years old, and according to Kolla ho because, whatever may bo said of Harrigan's shortcomings aa an actor, it is a lifting, has attracted international at- shot quail with it 25 yoars ago. Another Custlo is a wealthy whole- gun is of tho flintlock pattern and is fact that bo WTOto plays depicting a cer- tention. Mr.of San Francisco, and hit more than 100 years old, having onco sale grocer tain phase of life in a remarkably clover been used by Mr. Heikes' grandfather. lifo was not that of manner. That tho This weapon had been xnado for a field Fifth avenuo waa nothing to his disgun and was light and well balanced. credit Thero is just as much humanity, Ho also has a flintlock pistol that might and usually a good deal more, in the have seen Borvica in tho Revolutionary hovels of tho lower oast sido as in tho war. "Exchange. palaces of the upper west Bide. Harriis now known as tho Gar-negan's theater SportlntT KoUa. and it is said that tho distinIndoor quoiting matches with rubber ia far from being guished author-acto- r clad quoits aro popular in Philadelphia. a wealthy man. It ia a sad case, and The announcement that Umpire ono which contains a warning to Lynch haa returned to hia homo at Now to mako hay whilo the sun of Britain, Conn., and assumed control of popularity ehinoa upon them. hia theatrical business is coupled with Hotels) and Theaters. the future one that ho will umpire next Lurod ou by tho success of u few men year. in this city who couduot theaters and Tbo crack bitch of tho Oragston kenhotels, many others have gone into one nel of collies, owned by J. Picrpont or tho other of those businesses, and it Morgan of Now York, recently presentis' no secret that most of them havo not ed her master with a healthy oollio pup inado any more money than tho Standwhich was minus one leg. company, for instance. Still, ard Oil At a recent sale in Philadelphia tho tho buildings continue to go up. The bay stallion Antelo, by Electioneer, for new Manhattan hotel has just thrown open its doors to tho publio, and tho which C0, 000 is said to havo been paid, JtltS. ELLA CASTLE. Murray Hill theater, Lexington avenue honored fam- was sold for 1,200. comes of an old and street, is in tho field as wifo and Forty-thirA physician is quoted as Baying that ily of that city. Both the Castles, in competitor of the drat class houses. a in golf is tho ideal game for women. In fact, are well connected and moved Tho Herald Square hotel, at Broadarrest golf ho finds tho best mixture of general street, is going up tho highest social circles. Their way and Thirty-sixtfriends in invigoration, exerciso and interest withwas n great surprise to their rapidly, and thero aro minora of several America. Mr. Castlo's defenso for his out too much excitemeut. theaters, besides innumerable small new Huverford college, which lias contribis that of kleptomania. hotels. Meanwhile, so far as tho thea- wifo uted several stars to tho Pennsylvania Gold Neck Chains. ters aro concerned, the business would football teem, is said to havo an espeappear to bo already woefully overdone, At tho pnent moment thero is quito cially stong lino this season. inasmuch as a fow weeks ago, iu tho a fancy for wearing a flue gold best portion of tho season, threo of the with a single gem pendant The A Pad Say. most prominent houses in town were gem, of course, must bo largo and fine. eg pardon, sir, but I havo Beggar olosed for periods of greater or lesa Sometimes tho peuduut is composed of seen better days than this. Joseph Russell. length. sovernl small stones and takes tho form Passerby So have I. Tho weather New York. of a crcscont, a heart or a pear. Pick Mo Up. is horrid. A UTSGrTACEFDL UTTERANCE. niahop Worthlnjrton Snys Too Mnch Ktln- rntlon In What Is the Matter with the ck,MJ ,-- TWL 1 "New York. Oct. 13. Hlshop Worthlnjrton, ot Omtihn. Neb., who Is nttcndlnK the meeting" of thh hougo of bishops of tho Episcopal church. Is a democrat, but he will voto for McKlnley. Speaking- - of tho situation In Nebraska, he said: " 'I do not know whether Mr. Ilryan will carry the stato or not, I fear that ho mny, I U9 liecau.o tho populists and many of tho 'VLJUUUX' democrats havo united. 1 am n Jefferson-Ia- n democrat. What I do not like about t Mr. Ilryan Is that ho hns arrayed tho Masses against tho classes. Mr. llrynn Is Officton Ltncaiur Strict, st ttesldsnec. not a statesman, surely he Is not. Ho Is too youtiK and Inexperienced. Wo need at tho head of thin Kovcrnment In our present crisis tho wisest man we can possibly secure McKlnley.' "When It was BUKgested to tho hlshop that tho farmers throughout the country were not In as prosperous condition as Ky. they had been In tho past, Hlshop Worth-Ingto- n said. 'The troublo with tho farmer. Sole proprietor Drtin's Illicit Diamond Hoot my Judgment. Is that wo havo carried In Pilnt. Kitimates furnished for painting Wood, our lreo educational nystcm too far. rho Metal sod lion Kooli. Satlilactiou guaranteed. farmer'H sons- -u grcut many of them with Dean's lllack who havo absolutely no ability to rise, gel All root punted lor yean. Dealirs in Dlaraond guaranteed a tasto of education nnd follow It ui. They 1'aint1'uinps and Galvaoiicd Iron Killfrs, bett Oalvas-Itc- d will never amount to anything that si tl and lllack Iron Hoofing of all kinds, they become dlssutls-fle.- 1 or them-a- nd to follow in tho walk of Ufa that Ood Intended they should, and drift Into tho San Francisco. n of those Portland' cities. It Is the who aro not qualincd to recch It that I1IU .To tbt. . our cities whilo tho farm Uo Idle. thought "Speaking of trusts, he said he Ing the Iniquitous silver trust, which Is tr) exsilver to make a prollt on Itsworst. at tho Via lhe pense of the people, the to be a ministv man profi-MtlnTlmt ter of the meek mid lowly Saviour could bring himself to speak in thin heartmanner U ald less nnd beyond comprehen.'don. There is most nj) jjcui ( yji u KtwMiuT icmtuoRtufr" Incompatible The Council Bluffs (la.) Nonpareil, o republican paper and nn anient supporter of McKlnley, publishes the following in the fifth column on tho third page of its issue of October 11: Farmer. A. S. PRICK. Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Offics LEnTra orer McRobsrts' Drug Stor. in the Owsler DR. w. HiilMinc. B. FXlTinr. mterLi U Oculist, Stanford, Ky. J. T. JOUKS. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Cis-tf- tn s-- oer-educatlo- NORTHWEST cold-bloode- nothing in agriculture with the most liberal education. The educated farmer lis In faot, the bct and most successful farmer. The fann- Only Dining Car Kouls flora ers' sonn are leaving the farms not bemuse ed unit Ion has untlttnl tlirm for farm life, but because our merciless standard, has forced down the prices of farm product until it is difficult to make a living on tho farm and utterly LmpONslblo to make anything more than that. And this bishop would the farmera' Iwys to the gold nd-Jiint I.OX7ISVXX.X.X Elegant Pullman Veatlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For map. or any infoimatlon, address f K. II. BACON FllANK 1. KK1D.) D. P. A or 4 O. P. Agent, ) ( Loulnllle Chicago. lie sur. to call for Monon Route. TO CHICAGO. financial system, bn-se- d on tho gold Htandanl by depriving them of the Oonvor. blessings of education nnd forcing them back Into n stato of Ignorance nnd dcgTudntion thnt would find no St Paul. ir VOU AKIGOINO...... tu fault with it. Humanity ought not to lie. thus sacrificed to gold. Let our financial system, rather. Ins adjusted to tho necesjiltlos nnd aspirations of humanity. Let bimlillirtul, uml metallism be ngain the price of farm product will rise until the profits of agriculture will again attract a part of the educated business talent that now weeks employment cLsowhere. No man of good heart nnd common scruM! would sneer at the Intelligence rho birthof the farm. It Una place nml starting point of commanding ability and patriotic lcudeihlp In every land nnd time. The sentiment uttered by Bishop Worthlnglon Is n ix-c- ICORTH 1 A ok 1 ! WEST, 4I Loui. Villi 4 NA.HVIUf Is W. K. Ih. lint for you, as Ita Doable Dnlly Trains connections at Mske.'cloi. .OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all point. IIKUUGH TICKETS SOLD. UAGOAGE CHECKKD THROt Oil for any information rqulrcf JOtS. HICK. Arsnt, Stanford, Ky is , disgrace to common civilization. Poor, Hurchnrd lacked wnsc. Bishop Worthlnglon lacks those attributes of the heart as well, without which no man la worthy of the rcspcot of his fellows. New Lint lV'twten Cincinnati, "ilbw is your wifo this morningr asked a well known Washington attorney of a brother lawyer, wlioto wifo wns ailing. Solid Trains, "Tho prospects nro very gloomy," waH tho reply. Fast Time. "Is eho so mnch worse?" Excellent Equipment. "Sho was sitting up when I left, but Inaugurated May 24. tho doctor gives 1110 no hope. Sho won't TUB SCIIKDUI.K, die from her presout ailment, but I am Lv. Cincinnati 91JP, in. 900 a.m. nfraid it will break up our homo." . ) )j p. m. j j.i a. in. Air. Toledo "Is her mind afft'd?" b 5 a, ra. 54sp.cn. Arr. Detroit 1 hroujh coaches and patter can on day trains. "It does not seem to bo." Tttougb cotchts, Wagner hleeplng Cars Ciocin. "Then what is tho troublo?" natt lo Toledo and I ncmnali to Detroit on night "I don't know, but tho doctor said train.service between Cincinnati. Toledo and DeNo sho would bo a new woman within a troit is AS GOOD AS OU1I NKVV VOKK LINK, week, so I nm prepared for tho worst." AS t.OOD AS OUK CHICAGO LINK, AS GOOD ASOL'K ST. LOUIS LINE. Washington Star. old "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. 1 Tho Win Monkey. JI'ut , ,rrr K. O, McCOKMACK, Pass. Tratt c Mgr, iur tickets through via "Illg Tour." full itformaticn call on agents or addrrss D. 11 MAKT1N, Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt, Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati nnd Frankfort and quickest between Shortest Only Dncct incon-testibl- o l.ae Ilctwecn fs Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Centra Standard Tim. Tim TabU April 19, 1I46. TRAINS EAST. Frankfort, Qoorffotown and Purls, Oarllslo, Muyevlllo, Cynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. No. 1. No 3. No. y. a. m. p. ra. p. m. 1 00 L.T. Franklort A 65 5 405 1 to 4 is 7(8 Elkborn 14S Stamping Uround 7 a; 37 i S " GtoreetownU... 7 43 JJ . "V .. r ao rr. u. o. uepoi. ... 7 50 50 .... I jo 4 00 Pari..... Hi TRAINS WEST. No. . Train. t ' Pi k, his-trio- - 9 jo Lv. Paris. .....C o ss C. 8. Depot II 10 40 " Georgetown " Stamp's Gro'd 10 58 ' Elkhorn it 10 An frankfort A... 1130 a. in. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. p. m. p. m. a. m. 55$ 4SS 6 33 6 36 6 34 7 11 7 S 43 6 40 7 7 sj Z" 13 11 U ave Lav.mGeorgetown a. to Frankfort aUNDAYTRAINS. 10 40 a. m; arrlv. Frankfort 4 JP- - arrive Georgetown the Kentucky Midland Railway and connac-Jon-alls form the shortest and cheapest routs- - to olnts South, Bast, North and West. For further information apply to their agenta. C. D. 11EKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. GEO. II. HARPER, Hec'r & Gen.Sup Frankfort Kv 4 J& Fliegendo Blatter. Disturbing Thought. In a dreamy, abstracted mnnuor Pygmalion picked up a robo and throw it over tho lovely figure in which tho warm blood had scurocly more than begun to pulsate, "What ia it, my master?" asked Galatea. "I was thinking," repliod tho sculptor, rousing himsolf from hia roverio. "what a frost you would havo got if I had offered to eet you up iu tho Boston library. "Chicago TrJhatifl. bSPsHviI 4M vav ) Scientific American Aoenoy for d . til'i'rPM l iSBw8AV4rVr Btsawr-SS.SSfB'' h .SSSP saara for Information nnd froo Handbook write MUNN CO.. SCt llrtnADWAr, New neck-chai- n to York. bureau for aooiirinir ptnU In America. Oldest Kvery patent taken out by uh Is tiroucht before the publio by a notlco ulTin frvo otclmnjo In tho TRADE Marts;!. DESIGN PATENTS. COPYRIGHTS, .to. OAVIlTf. faeutific mtumtttn Lartrest circulation of any aclrntlHe paper In thn Km lrif.ltlrfnfc. wnriit. Knlpniltillt lllMfttrnfji! man should be without It. Weekly, g.l.OOa jreartet.su at x month. Addrena. ilUNN 4 CO., VvBUaiiESS, 361 llroadwar, Mew York City, Jfl-Wbkl- Y 1NTERI0K JnOPMflL Nxw Fall goods at Mrs. ar's this week. Kate Dudder- - For Rent. Two nice cottages on gan Avenue. ing. S. P. Stagg. Lo- to-da- Stanford, Ky., - Nov. 3, 1896 Craig A Uocker's. Paints, oils, Au , uiieaper ttian eyer at m m It is Ladies' fall wraps of all description C. Walton, Business Manager. and all prirea at Shanks'. E. SkVKPANCB all over but the voting and shoutTo day we do the firmer, we liope to do the latter. TiiERKlanouee In learlnir vnnr unlit ( Go to tho pi s quietly, treat everybody civally, cist your ballot for democracy and if any one tries to hitder you, spat him on the f noot. 1 - AUCTION. I will begin s A Son's ad. tnis week la inYou should take your prescriptions to deed modest and nensible. PenuyV drug store where prompt nml Tub Kuoxvllle Branch of the L. A N. Boiin, to the wife of Ben G. Napier, ol accurate service is xuarauteed. t has been aceesjed lor taxation at $ lt,5(,0 tho May wood section, a freo silver boy. a mile aud tho K. 0. division ut f 15,000. PERSONAL POINTS. Don't fail to son our new hnta and It is reported tnat the republicans r. Mit Samuki. McKnmcK is down with bonnets before you buy, Mrs. Kate have $3,000 to use in thin county for Mc- " chills aud fever. Kinley and Davison. You are entitled Mu. Gkohok Faiiiiib is buck after Doas. 0. E. Gentry sold to J. B. Ow- to your part of tho divhK Don't vote mont'ih' absence. ens for a Southern party four fox hounda till you get it. Misa Lauiia JAhiioteppent Sunday wit) for i 50. hor homofoiks at l,ebauou. ThK section house just beyond Row IlAVKyour picturrs taken at Enrp'a Mhh, 1'i'fs Cuhtis went to Lexington laud was loaded on a couple of Hit cara Art Gallery while you are ai the election and taken to May wood Siturday. The Friday to visit friends Mb. 0. 8. Pabko, ttio bosa IMrksvil 0 eight of an engine pulling a train witli a merchant, was hero Sunday. "Tuisiiay generally fair, warmer" is house on board was a rather Mh. A. K. Dbnny in still con flood to what the nignal service promises us for unuiuiil one. his b;d with littlu or no improvement. election dv. Hon. R. C. Waiikkn spoke to a large Mies Anna Mknupkic is visiting "Fall in linu" and bring your pre- audience at Waynebbur Saturday aunts, the Misses Cowan, at Huatonvllle. scription to Craig A Hocker, lowest price That portion of the county lain Miss IUllik Calloway, of Junction hotiM) in town. splendid fighting shape and the majority City, was the guest of Miss Denelo Richwill, we predict, at that precinct W. P. Tatk has decided to clone out ards. bo larger thnu for yi'ars. Miss Katik LkkYkaoiii, of Danville, till Block of dry goods by auction, beginspent eoveral days with Mies Mary ning Nov. 0 See ad. Jailkd. Cole Carpenter, a Negro, was arrested and put in jail Sunday afternoon Bruce. Lost. A buggy boot between J. B. (or being drunk and disorderly, He had Miss Ukul.ah McElwain, of Franklin, Mershon'ri and W. P. Tate'a farm. Re- just Borved out a heavy fine for carryis the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. 6. Owsturn to 0. 0. Wither. ing a pick into the jail to enable the ley, Jr. M. 8. lUuaiiMANiirid J.T. Embry wont James Wilcii an, of Cisoy, is at tho Evans gang to eacape. up to Richmond conrt yesterday to buy Joseph Price Infirmary to have one of rv. niulos Tub electiou uewa will be received full his legs amputated. He ha Buffered and complete by Messrs. J. 8. Rice, W. Q.Dick and family, of Drub for years with cancer of the bono. D.I.K F. Stirrxlan and other experts of the key 0 chard, wore guests ol Dr. W. 1), Penny Tho wires Gov. Bradley has appointed tho Hon- at thee mrt house vpulprdav. are no v being run thereto and for the MissOcTAViA KlZKMoiiK went tu Louis orable George W. Gentry, of Stanford, villa yesterday to attend the bedside of one of tho commissioners to the colored smail sum of 50 cents you can hear to department of theTennecse centennial. night who Imb won or lest. her mother. II Kt.it has retnrnod home Mirs Littik Wcdonot remember to have seen a The (Torts of lions. R, C. Warren and alter spending several months at Lin more beautiful October than tho one Harvey Helm for democracy in this metta Springs. which went out in a bluzi of glory Sat- campaign entitle them to any honor that V. S. Ukazley, of LanDa. am urday. The several last days were be- the party has to confer. I hey have made caster, spent Sunday with her mother, yond compare. a bold tight and have had no fear cf the Mw. Mildred Henley. republican hoea before their eyea. Verily Miw. Lochia 1'kmuin and .1. CI. Cnrm. A dispatch waa received by Mr. John will receive their reward. n 'y, of Lancaster, spent a fi w day a with Sam Owsley, Jr , from Col. Thomas E they Mr. J. V, IVrrin and family. Bell, of Uanvulnburg, Saturday night, Boiiiiitt's ellort at the court houee Mr. Geoimik 11. IIkucv, wife aud How- - staling that Mercer would give Thomp- Friday night was listened to by a good anl, of Danville, spent Suuday with the son .150 majority. crowd, which seemed toenjjy hia comfitnllyof Mr. V. H. Mclloberts. and whimsicalities of politic. If our colored friends am smart they icalities on all sides of n'l questions Mud. MAdniK IIiiyan and daughter, He talked Mirs Mamie Uryati, of Jessamine, are will not vote 'till they get Home of the and left tho matter of his position fs election swag. The rails have a big camguetn of Mrs. Jnmetf I lUilev. much in doubt as whether the snake Maiiy A.NDKittu.v, who has been paign fund aud you are entitled to your that made the track was going South or Mrs. visitiiiK her brother, Mr. J. T. Harris, re- - part of the divide. coming back turned to liarrodsburg Saturday, Haikus. Judge liargis' speech ThursTempkkancb. All the pupi's ol th Miir. LoTTiK Hoi.MKH is moving her day night was neard by n good crowd Hill and the College and patrons of botli . household gooda to her aud it was pronounced one of the btttt are invited to be preeent in Mr. Grubbs' Greenherry lirlght's, near Hubble. of the campaign. "Daacon" S. J. Em room at tho public tcbool house at 3:30 Ma. JcSki'it Gaines returned home last bry hath it was the finest efLut mortal r. M. Thursday next to hear Misa Addie 1 week from a two months' stay in Spn man ever heard. X. Fields in tho interest of the W. C. T. cer county with his brother, Mr, William She also lectures at Geo hob Miller swore out a writ Fri- U. for childr-n- . Gaines. day fur Bill Makereon, alo colored, the Christian church free at 7 o'clock Mr. and Mhs. John S. ilimitics returncharging him with shooting at him with same evening. ed Saturday from Hock Cam Ik Springs, intent to kill, but when Oontitable Bene where luey luva been for the pint five Settled. The suit of Miss Mollie diet went to arrest him he hnd skipped Harmon against tho Cincinnati Southern nnnths. he trouble came up about a woman. Miih Maikl Wmoiit, of MilledKoville, was settled outside of court for $250. Miss tpent Thursday evening with her sister. damage suit brought by Hon Harmon was driving along the pike parTub V. Mitn Ethel Wright, at Mrs. B Robert Hatding for Mrs. Ellen Evans allel with the railroad aud clniuiB that Guinea'. against the Southern railroad for killing tho engineer through pure maliciousness IUv. A.V. Sizkmohk received n tele- her huahand, J. Oaaley Evans, waa ctll-f- blew his whistle posh to ecare tier borne gram Sunday afternoon aayitw lint his at Versailles Saturday and continued which ran off, throwing her out and mother had just broken n limb in Louis till tli lltli. Ttio amount claimed is breaking her vehicle. vtlle by a (ill. i:w,ooo. Tim republican bosnea have any Mn. J. Mokt Uotiiwell, who has been amount of money to uae in this county TiiKitK is quite n mixture on the public ep nklng in the Ivevuutn, waa here Sun-- tl and if they put it in circulation, instead iv. He thinks Black's ctunces of dec oehool park play ground every day, now. There are 1KI children, 10 pig9 nnd 20 of keeping it for their own services, titniB are thn will bo better here, for nwhile at least, Mies Maiiy Ukucb lias leceived Hih sad cittle, all playing together, with the conno matter who Ib elected. Little roosters Intel kxnce of the ilnth of Miss Mabel sent of the truttiiHB nt the oHcitation of of money (.i'Avep, of Canton, Mo., who viaited here the mayor. The children get the wortt who hardly ever saw the color before are shaking it around now as if u few yearn ago and tnado many friends. of tho game though. they ow ned the country. Mk6skh. 0. 0. C.MiaoN, Peter Straub, Tub Kingsvillu Bryan club had 15G of Jr., and George Dellord, Jr , lirlpad tlie iia for ilKkid your eye skinned members present Friday Mt. Vernon baud make music for the night when telling speeches were mule legal voters. The republicans have than , republican barbecue at that plrce Salur-di- by Mesne. J. L. O.yena and R. M. Xew- and will U6o them if they can. If there land. This is the banner club of the is a doubt about tho ptj or residence of Miih. Martha Ghimes and Mies Paul, countr and what its members will do for nuy one who goes to the polls, boo that ino Grimes, who have ben viniting Mrs the rads his vote ib not cast until he proves himwill he a plenty. 9 J. 0. Jones in Kansas City and Mr. J. self legally qualified for the right of sufS Grimes in Elizabethtown, relumed Richmond Rads Rally. Mr. Will'nm frage. Negroes move very frequently Imno Saturday, Rice, who was there, tells ua that there and it is hard to guess at their age, eo .Mu. John S Hughes, who U red hot were about 700 in the parade at Richit ia neceesary to keep vigilant watch I ir Bryan, says tliBt good reports may be mond Friday when the republicans tried on them. ocpected from the 11th. He has been in to discount the barbecue crowd the demIt ia going to take money to run the mveral counties of tho district and has ocrats had. Of the 700, more than 600 free turnpikes. Listen at this of thn popular were sons of Ham. Mr. Rice thinks that hid a demonstration ''Bjurbon from the Paris Kentuckian: y for democracy and its cause. Madison will go democratic sure. liscal court baa purchased to ba used on Mb. J. S. Hockkii received a telegram en"Thk melancholy days have come, the the turnpikes: One IL'i ton double Stturday from his brother, Mr. R. W. gine steam road roller; two Gates' rotary Uockpr, at Kan bub City, stating that his saddest of the year," sang William Cul-le- n R. W. Hocker, Jr., Bryant of this season, but bo far No- ro:k crushers, with 20 foot elevators and carts. The hnd died from the effects of bionchltis vember has disproved his lines. Two screens; four You had coat of outfit will be which it had six months ngo and fiom fairer days or more delightful ones have before you better think twice not appeared during the good year of which it never fully recovered. vote "Yes" on the question of making Whbblkk, of the Wheel- 1890 than Nov. lat and L'd. If y Mr. Charlk8 turnpikea free. people will er Emporium, Huatonvllle, will aeaitt prove aa flno, fully Last circuit court hardly a man was the Caledonian Society in tho entertain- be at the polls. acquitted. Thia tini6 not one has been ment to be given here on ttio 10th inet. Housb Buhnhd Mr. V. R. Coleman, . for the benefit of the charily bed at the of Middlebur,?, waa hero Saturday and convicted eo far of a penitentiary off enae Joseph Price Infirmary. Mr. Wheeler told ua of the burning of Will Short's Friday F. I. Biahop, for shooting a NewaB for many years tho comedian of a house near that place. It caught from gro, was acquitted, Uaunibal Givens, Netbearical troupe that made i circuit of tho flue and before anything could be re- gro, for breaking into and stealing goodu 'the United States. Program next issue. moved tho house and contenta were de- from tho store of Charles Wheeler at stroyed. None of the male members of Huatonville, was also acquitted and Josh AND VICINITY. CITY the family were at home and the wo- Dye, who was charged with stealing his men were bo frightened they run clear off uncle's G. A R. uniform and aa the latter Fiiuwohkb at Wearen A Co.'a. alleges, waa baptized in it, waa also perthe premises. mitted to go free. The boy has boen in s PitEECim-no.NMl way down in prices at Thk Grade Whorton Mission Band jail for a long time and haa Buffered gieat-lOraig & Uocker's. gave a very oujoyable candy pulling at from a wouud in the leg that Bomeono New Ralsine, Ourrunts, Citron nnd MrB. George A. IVytou'a hospitable gave him laBt spring and that may hnvu home Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5. had something to do with hie acquittal. tfuta at Warren A Shanks.' There were about GO pupila of tho o Bill Bottoms for detaining Lillia Blake-ma- n Watch work, the warranted kind.ia present beaidea a number of young likewise went acquit. done by Danke, thn Jewolor. ladies and patrona of these Bchools. Since the above waa written we learn Biooest Stocfc ol. Canned Goods and About 0 was cleared while the little folks that Bishop was fined $50, but that ia Picklea of all sortBat Warren & ShankB.' enjoyed eating candy and playing games, virtually an acquittal. in which the big folks also took a part. After lees than half an hour'a aession d(Birea to thank all who Saturday, the court adjourned till yesA lai;ok assortment of lop robea in Mra. Feytou fure, plushea, Ac. Oal. Bnd see them. were so kind to send in candy, etc., or terday and dismissed the juries till towho gave aid for the band. . L. G. morrow. J. C. McOlary. A m Tub apptnl of the republican National committee brought out but one poor little flag in Stanlord, Dud-dern- eov-or- al to-da- y. two-ator- y hr after-nr.0- 3. to-da- y c Mi-s- . Brooks Bhot and killed John Xevels in E'mis'on'a store at Crab Orchard at 5 o'clock Saturday, from tho eflec's of which he died Sunday afternoon about 3 o'clock. It Bfonis that Brooks had a horse injured by a railroad train Bud ho was tryim: to get the company to pay htm for it. Ho accused Xevele. who waa section hoes, of having written to the company tout Brooks continued to uoe tho borne, which ww not much hurt Saturday afternoon Xevela wont into EdnrsWa store and was eating som ojsters, when Brooks camo in. Novels Bked him to jmi him, wnen Brooks ripped out: "Go to h -- I, God d- -n you," and Novels ia nsid to have responded rather jocularly, "Gj there yourself Brooks rushed out to the buxgr, in which ho and Jim Fish had come, and getting a pislo!, went back I ito the store aud striking Novels over tho head with it, knocked him to his knees, when he fired tho shot thai resulted in his death Brooks must have fired several times, as Lige Battin end Jim Fish were both shot t'iglitly in tho arms. He is himself slightly woundod in tho arm and claims that Nevels sho. him, but this is not believed. Immediately after tho sbontiug Brooka skipped out and D. K. Farris, constable, and posse started in pursuit They followed him all night and next day captured him in Rockcastle. Sheriff T. D. Now'and and posse were also out in search of him. It was aid that Brooke, who ia reported to bo a desperate man, would Qnht to the death before he would submit to rapture, but when Constable Farris told him to surrender he did so without a murmur. Sheriff Xewland brought the prisoner hero Sun day night and ypsterday his trial was continued till Thursday to await the ac tion of the grand jury. Ho is now in jjil and will not vote for McKinley today. Killing at Craii Ohchard -- Frank Monday, November 9th, To offer at Auction my Entire Stcckof Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing'. Come and invest your money at your own price and watch for big bargains. W. P. TATE, - - Stanford. Zeigler Shoes -- Most Cofortable, Durable, Stylish, &Best They are Sold Only at SHANKS' $&StS&2 "Wo J.i TliirONIAL MA TTJSltS. A jealous Ioer in Montana Bhot hiB sweetheart and then committed suicide. A Montana woman shot at her dub band, who was whipping his child, and accidentally killeil the latter. She then wounded her husband fatally. Mpjor Finley Worthington, aged 75. of Bennetts, brother of Lieutenant Governor Worthington. and Mra. Martha E. VanBibber, aged 20, were married in Portsmouth, O. Thomaa Andernon, aged SO, was married at Allensville, lad., to Mra. Alice Wilson, just 70 years his junior-Thgroom had been married three times before and the bride once. John Fruzier tried to elope with the daughti-roWilliam Reynolds, at Dale, Floyd county. The futher overtook them and shot Frazier twico. Tho fire whs leturned, one bullet hitting the fathe Bocauso Do Not son-in-law- 's, select some few articles and tell how low we sell them, don't think th?t our goods are high priced. Our competitors know that, quality considered, we sell goods cheaper than others that's what bothers them; but it's your advantage. Our store was designed and arranged to do business with small expense, yet it is the most commodious and carries Penny's Drug Store. largest stock. )3S(iX503 k&mSX3( I er. d to-da- y first-c'ae- . m 170-od- d to-da- y y. The marriage of our pretty little MoKinney correspondent, Misa Margie, laughter of Dr. Green Moore, to Mr. I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condiLuther S.Tibb.ilH, of Pulaski, occurred on the 2S:h, as per announcement. tion of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. Rev. W. K. Annld officiated and the I laid in my couple left at once for the groom's home, whero we hope they will be very happy. Dr. W.J. Kdmiston, a prominent young physician of Crab Orchard, and Mien Kite Cochran, the handsome nieco Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Palmer, will be in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. married at tliB Litter's residence in this See my stock before buying. ctyon Thursday, November 11. Dr. Kdmiston ia a son of of Crab Orchard, while his prospective bride ia a most estimable young lady and related to some of the bfBt iu Lincoln. Richmond Register. -- NEW GOO ILJ'ikiyo Fall And Winter Stoek H. J, McROBBRTS. n, fain-ilii- a IIOLL OF HONOR The following is tho roll of honor of tho public school, for the 2d month, Hiding Oct. 2:$d, 1890. There an only 24 pu plls from Mr. Grubbs room and 10 from Mies Wright's room, as overy absence and tardy mark takes off one and respectively from the goneral average, hence oorae have a low avenge on this account. The diphtheria scare caused a large number of abscences. Total number enrolled to date 120, number regularly enrolled r!3, 51 in Mr. Grubb'a room, G2 in Mies Wright's room. Average attendance 81,5. Grade VI, Annie Massey, leader, 97 Sisie Saunders, Alary VanAredale and Oiawell Saufley 90; Effie Dedman 95; Siaie Hatcher 94; James Phillips 91 Wearen Hughes 90; Mack Wallace aud Grimes Beazley 8S; Alfred Pence 87! Mary Orndorff and Perry McLean 80; Annie Parsons (left out by mistake in September) SO. Grade V, Lucy Masaey, leader, 91; Addle McOlary 80; Robert Woods 85. Gride IV, Frnk Barnett, bader, 90; Katharine Mention 92; Lonla Belden, John Lasley, John Monefeo and Myrt'o O'Bannon 89; Kmtnelt Cabbell S3. Grade III, Roberta O'Bannon, leader; SS; Johnnie Spidell 87; Welch Rochester and George Menefee SI; Leo Hayden So. Grade II, Clara Cooper, leader, S5. Grade I, Roscao Spidell, leader, 92; William Messer 89; Mattie McClary 87; Frances Cooper 80. Tho school now has a library of choice books, most of which belong to Mr. Grubbs. Any one wishing to contribute hooka to our library will now have the opportunity to do so. E, L. Grubba principal, Mies Ethel E. Wright, assistant, Miea Annie E. Massey, pupil assistant. one-fjurth to-da- y m Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths. up-r.sin- g to-da- Come in and see the beautilul line I show. Every piece of Carpet and Matting will go at remnant prices. Come posted and see what a surprise awaits you. W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, &c. Stanford, Ky. to-da- y, to-da- Hiqqins McKinney ABTD Are the Only Cash Men in Stanford on y m m col-leg- Groceries, .' Hardware, Stoves, &e. Attractive Prices on Quoensware. "Try us and be Convinced What Cash Will Do. v r?-"-x- -" ygsjft-- ' .M gyraty ,Tyi-ffiVfig' rm-irgTif- .y r'i- - 'r'' ""4""T'!"-r'"tf'-- ' ".''-'JJsirwyr8- !; fr d boy ot J. A. Johnton, ol The Lynn Ceutrr, III., it aubjtct to attack of croup Mr. luhmuti tayt he it itlticd that the timely Mr. umol Chambeilaln'a Cough Remedy during a e Tibbtda-Moor- e camo down to attend tho wre attack saved till little bojr'e life. He it in a member ot the firm ot John-iowedding, returned homo Wednesday the drug butlmai, place, and they handle a grot llro.,ot that Mr. nnd Mm, S G I'lilliniu, who Iihyh many patent incdicinci lur thiol and lung dlteai et. He had all these tocliooteirom, and (killed been visiting relit ken here, lnft Wedms-'day- . physicians roany to lopotid lis call, but a family at use lit his this They will n'tu'it to Wellington time when remedy tor lite was in own daoger, because his child's ' any Citv in n lew daya Miss Lydia Lwwia he knew it to lie superior to cure other, Mr ol croup mous tho country over lor its came down from Danville Saturday toneu Johnson ssts this it the best telling coogh medl trial gives splendid satisthe homefolks, hut returned Sunday. Mr cine thej handle and bold itby Craig & Hockcr, faction ia all cases, Tenn., who linn Druggists. T. S. Kirtcaid.of Clinton, thrte-jreir'Ol11 Tiw - Yi Semi-Wiek- ly interiorJournr: AT SHE ANTICIPATED. I A French ltitptlMiu At last our bantling is labeled, regis- I McKrxxm'. and Mr, ttuuen Willisnm, who NOTICE OJ-t- I B ! r' 4 i'l ja A Htont, matronly lady, well bat plnlnly dressed nnd apparently a littlo past middle age, occupied nlono ouo of tho cross floats in a New York Second AW When not so paid gVj.bO will be chanced." aveuuo elevated train, which fdio had Hustonvillo, Ky., boarded nt tho Fulton street station. At , K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. her feet rested a big market basket, Dettres to announce to her old customers and Trains leave Sunlotd at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 from beneath tho cover of which celery friends that her Dress Making I'ailors art now p. nu, returning at s!W o m., and 9:10 p. m. open lor visitors and Invitus any dcsirlag her ser tops protruded at ouo end and a turkey's vices to csll early and secure dates. been viaitine hla daughter, Mis W. S. An exchange says that its not generally feet at tho otiicr. So aggressively largo L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Garner, returned home Monday. Mrs known to farmers that wheat straw is a did tho basket seem that tho littlo red Alex Lloyd, of jHckaboro, IYnn., is vis- most valuable food for stock, containing i 37P ns faced nmu on tho oppoaito seat Wo. , Train gomgNorth o 1 1 sat I ,l " s6. " J "3 " No, iting her brother, Dr. John A. Villituiin, almost ns much nourishment us hay, -- ia 04 p m and from timo to tiino stopped South Mo. 5, ill. James Owens " who continues very " oj V " reading his paper to glare down through No. ej, 1896. How to Ouro bilious Oolto. ia visitini: Mr. J. M. Robinson and family his gold rimmed eyeglasses at it and to QUEEN & CHtSCENT. suflcrcd for weeks with cube and paint in my scowl nt tho woman, who appeared placthis place. Mrs. Jrno Kontt, who has stomach caused by biliousness and had to take Trtxaa past J unction Cit at follows : I'ull stock ol Km It and Ornamental until med Chamberlain's idly indifferent At tho Qraud street been quite pick, is very much better. Mr. medicine all tho while Diarrhoea Krmcdr which Clrspe Vines, Small Krulu. Asparagus, and Trees, every Ko, t South Colic, Cholera aid ia 07 p ra No a North ...3 4 P m station n young girl entered tho W. S Gsrt.er cured me. I have since recommended It to thlnic for the Orchard, Lawn and Oarden We car and n wl MAMt ' 4 " ...t.oopm Wylie Hubble iH visitinif n Itiintitlu tea Viilltl" it i ivii44w( 1 1. 09 am Try ut on pricet to ie tho am effusively greeted tho basket's guardian. Mill, CWUVUi t;UkiUUI ttlillUaiUQ Hi sttt K. Ilutlcr. Kalrhaven, employ no Agenti. " 6 many people. Mrs. ...3.15 " I 11.3 lira uicutal nml gl,llc(1 boxes bearing tho and family. Mrs. G. E. Alford ind MUs a Kod 1'ersons who are subject to bilious colic dllTerence between thote of a grower and dealer. " ...6 00 a m 3 35 p m 10 . , Cutin. ,.. n, .listrilmt,.,! tn friends. MapRie Tabler, who have ben visiting can ward oil the attack by taking this remedy at Catalogue on application to run no fur-- r who received her with an equally hearty , Norr. Nos. 4 and 5 and 9 and tostop there. soon at the firit symptoms appear. btM by tralg II. rMUI.LKNMKYKlt, wolcomo and mado placo for her, ovcu but than Junction City. All train Will ams, at ,V Hockcr, Druggists. that is all. The plainest pea-aLejington, Ky. moving tho basket a littlo to do so, to baptism has a much more solemn stamp. their auut, Mrs. Heuben 67.1m tho furthor aunoyanco of tho littlo gen- It never takes placo without a great Stanfoid, returned home Thursday. Mrs worst cold tver had In my life was cured "The tleman. Running up tho station stairs foast. Tho filo of guests walking to P. W. Green and sinter, Misa Mt Hie bv Chamberlaln'a Ccugh Remedy,'' willrs W. 11 left me Cat. "'this ol Sutter Wright, who have been visiting in Junc- Norton,cough and Creek, eipcctoratirff coldthe time, had mado tho girl short of breath for church behind tho godparents, arm in all I was lth a the moment and brought a flush of color arm nnd two by two, is as imposing as tion Citv, returned home Saturday. Mr. the remcilv cured me and want all my friends with it, lor to her cheeks, which becamo hex well. a wedding procession. And in this re- Walker Ililley came up Tuemlay to aee it hen tioubled good a" cough or cold to use Mucker, Farm No, I contains t)X acre In Washington will du them Suld by Craig & county, Ky., the greater part of which Is In grass; Sho was pretty very pretty with oyea spect Druggists. matters tako tho sanio courso at hia beU girl and attend tho Til. well watered; with good irnptovemsnls, Includmuch brighter than tba mock diamonds tho chateau as they do on tho farm. weddlnir, but returned homo the ing new metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop. closed for This farm Is sltusled In what it pronounced the Negotiations have about been in her ears. is great ringing of bells, n feast following Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Ep. best district In Kentucky for White Hurley "Oh, Mrs. Murray," eho panted ea- Thoro almonds, miti person, who ban been iiitint; rolativra the removal to Kockford, 111., from the Comfortable residence house. nnd showers of snuared gerly, fairly aglow with her excitement, gled with pennies for the villago urEast of n big manufacturing concert Farm No. a contains I'M acres In same locality, "I'm going to bo married!" Sho doubt- chins. Tho baby's nurse, overwhelmed in Huesell countv, returned home Tuea-dy- . which will utilize cornstalks in the man- with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best improved (arras in the less inoant to speak in a confidential ufacture of food product county. with gifts that day, is tho heroiuo of tone, but unconsciously raised her voicu tho festival. Tli. Bentzou in Century. Ilolh farms are In fine state of preservation, well 60 that nt least threo or four of tho pas Therois no Joy In this world ciual to the happi. wsiered ond fence!. Close to K. U. depot, schools, Squaring Himself. ncaiof motherhood. A womnu s health Is her market and on a nu. turnpike. sengers waked np to n lively interest in Klrctrlo llemlllglits. Charlie, what nro dearest possession, Good looks good times, hap Sho (suddenly) Kor infoimatien apply to her further rovclations. pmcti, love and Its continuance depend on her As a number of railroads in tho Unit you thinking of? J, N. SAL'NDKRS, health. Almost all ol the sickness rf women is Stanford, Ky. to "Laws! You don't say so, Jenuiol ed Stntes aro contemplating placing He Oh nh I wns thinking that it traceable directly or Indirectly to some derange Why, I'm nwful glad to hear it, if you electric headlights on tho locomotives roubles of the organs d.stlocily feminine. ment was nearly dinner time. a very of this kind are otten n n'ectrd liko him and nro suro he'll bo a good in placoof the present headlights, Theo-dorSho (pouting) Thcrol Mnmnm told natural and proper modesty keeps women away provider." N. Ely, chief of motivo power of mo thnt as soon as wo were married our Iroin phyilciant, whoie insistence upou local treatment is generally at utrlett as "Oh, I'vo no fears about that. " tho Pennsylvania Railroad compauy, lovo Dr. 1'ierce'a r'avoilte 1'ieicrlplion Absolutely Puro. It it common. The latent things In Kail and Winter Millinery "And does ho lovo yon real well, was asked recently whether his compa- dream of it's nil would end, and will do more lor them than y? doctors in 100. It now In slock and the Itdies of Stanford and vicim-tso. doctor can un will do mote than the hundu-dlarc A cream of tartar baking pow- Jennie?" ny contemplated doing tiio samo thing, of Or It. Miss Invited local! In and see the latest styles During tho rest of tho afternoon ho It he prescribes on to Jaiboe has "I wouldn't marry tho best man nlivo and ho said that under no circumstances had to mako such au exhibition of him-sol- f letsTierce, who loritjo yearsa pretcrlption hlrl con her old cuitomersarrivedaaand Is ready ones wall will der. Highest of all in leavening hit been many new as and ho didn't, " replied the young womulting ph,sUlan 01 the World's Dupensary anil come. if MLS LICCIK IIK.AZLt.Yj strength. Latest United States Gov- an, with au independent toss of her would tho present system of lighting up that everybody in tho car got sea- Invalid's Hotel at llulUlo.N. V. Mtnlcrd, Ky. the tracks ahead of tho engine be sick. Cleveland Leador. our cent stamps to srH ii cents in Association, lluliilo.World .s lis- ernment Report. and N. head. ..run,, Medic. changed. ne Dr 1'ieice'a twol page "Common ace "Well, if ho does and you fool tho ROYAL BAKING:P0WDER:00. In speaking of tho uso of tho electrio ConnlstrnL. Mcoictl Adviser," illustrate J ! samo toward him and nothing happens, headlight, ho said that tho Pennsylva- - j New York. "Speakin o' politicians, " said FarmI suppose- you'll bo ns happy ns folks uia railroad oxperimonted with this sysimAlt persons desiring Locust I'atts for p!ank mostly are, which I hopo and pray you tem soveral years ago, and, whilo it er Corntossel, "I can't help boin fence post and railing or wue fence, can had SAM W. 3IENJEFEE " commented Mrs. Murray gives an excellent light, it would not pressed by whut tho houorablo Mr. Popmay, Jennie, what ther want at tny ttoie near Crdar Creek, on into Ms speech. Ho said thet the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Manlord in tho dubious tono befitting so carefully answer the requirements, ns on n two ple said wear is Candidate loi Sheriff of Lincoln County, subI alto keep alwatt en hand a good supply of plank no man's collar." M ject to tuc action ol the democratic pa 17. qualified an utterance "What's his track or a four track road the rays from ho don't for leucine All kinds ot lumber fer building "No," said his wife, who is n stickler alst rnarda and shingles All persons debusiness?" a locomotive coining in an opposite di- for nppoarancos, "ner necktio oithor. " siring any artult i,l this kind can call 00 me at "IIo's a dry goods merchant." m) tlorr ear Cedar Creek rection were so strong as to blind tho Washington Star. ( W SING LUTON. .tlf luweiA.V GARLAND "How much a week?" engineer, and it would Ik? some timo bo"Nothing u week. IIo owns tho store, " fore he got over it Mr. Ely also said I'utlU Sthoott is a candlJatc for Connubial I'rubli-ui- . J W. ItArtMUAK. M.S IUl(.HMti4 l the u the ait.ou "Well, I declurel IIo'll bo nblo to that of late years thoy had beon reduc- "Harry, before we were married yon ol l.iutolo County, suijei dcmokialk part) dress yon in fino stylo at first cost, iug tho size of the headlights for tho lo- begged mo to go hand in hand with you won't he? George win in paints and oils comotives. They were formerly UO inch-- ' down life's pathway." when I married him, and paints und es. but now an 5(5 Headlight oil, ho klOLDAai did." oils bo's in yet, and I supposo always thought, was more reh.iLlo and wns ' "Sol now you get mad whon I nsk rtoraiiruKS"And Is a candidate for Assessor of Lieculn county be. It ain't bad, but ninny's tho will lie saw no reason for plac-- ' yon whero you go without mo five subject .0 the action ol tht demurrant, patty cheaper, and & SALE LIVERY, timo I'vo wished it was jewelry or dry iug a dynamo on the engine or generat- nights iu tho week." Chicago Record. poods. A husband can't naturally rcf uso ing electricity for tho headlight. Philhis wifo uico things out of his own storo adelphia Pro.s I Mm. Kh VENS SAMUEL 31. liko as ho may when ho has to buy thorn - - Kentucky. Eugenio What do you think? I how Mtentf ef Lincoln County, subfer A Illnl Dint IVeils on I.ltt: Slurp. It a from somebody olso. When aro you goyou coming out of u pawnshop thia aft- ject candidate to the action of the democratic party. ing to bo married?" The kea, or NeMor notabilis i.s an ernoon. 11 you need livery give ut a call. Nothing out "Woll, tho day isn't exactly fixed outlaw bird of New Zealand, for each Was I Georgo (slightly embarrassed) turnouts will leave our stable, bee us yet, but it will bo eouio timo next of wIiom' bills the government on"ers a alone? EM31ETT McCOIOIACK Orrtto. Inour spring, I guess," Jennio replied, with a reward of a shilling. The kea is a gotir-- , Eugenie No, You wero after ono, I Is acandldste for Atieisor of Lincoln County, BLACKSMITH SHOP. littlo hesitancy, easily nttribntnblo to maud. It prefers tho kidneys of sheep guess. New York Evening Journal. tubject to the action ol the drnucratlc party maiden modesty. Then, with it raptur- to any other part of tho boast, according soltcilcd. our support It eainrt!y Wl guarantee work and satisfactory ous burst of confidence, "And as soon to the London Field. Coming down out ptbes. Try our hone lher Tii rinittuiiiubio. as wo aro married ho will tako mo trav- of the mountains in winter, it attacks Sho was nu intensely romantic girl. M. eling abroad, nnd when wo como back tho sheep, alighting on their backs aud Her coul was ever occupied with wo are going to live in a brownstono tearing away tho hide and flesh until it yearnings for tiio unattainable. Is a candidate for Assessor ol Llncolu County, NATIONAL BANK .ubcit to the attiou if thH democratic patty. uptown with lots of fluofurnituro reaches the tidbits which it seeks. front Why, sho hadn't beon in tho railway We are .OK STANFORD, KY. and servants, and ho will keep horses How the birds learned to teHr away car ten minutes b"foro sho wanted the a carriago for me, and wc will havo tho skin to get at the flesh forms a curi- window opened. Detroit Tribune, nnd two children." ous story of tho development of bird 3IOO.OOO Is a candidate lor Aisewuir of Lincoln louuly, Capital StockTho older woman emitted nn explo-siv- o knowledge. Tho birds had beon feeding subject to the actiou si the democratic party, and HlRli. ""'' Surplus earli.stly asks our support. snort of impatience. "That's ns may on tho refuse of cattle aud sheep killed "Doesn't it strike you that tho sho exclaimed, with an airof supebe," for human consumption. Thoy learned of this room is rnthor high?" Attention of the public la invited lo the far rior wisdom. "What you say or mean to associate tho idea of moat with tho C. G. HAKEK "Thero isn't any doubt about it," rethat this is tho only National Hank in Stanford In Our mako a bit of differenco about living animal, and now they kill tho plied tho frugal young man. "Every don't Under the provisions of the National Hank 1. 1 r.mlulatr lor Assessor of Lincoln, subject to by th that. I wasn't going to havo but two, sheep for tho meat without waiting for ton of coal ooots i?0. " Washington Star. ..tlnn ,.1 the democratic lartv thinking tne stock, but are secured not only liability capital by the stockholders lor aa riouthcrn end of the county I. nulled to a slice aruouul equal to the stuck, so that depositors CI and ono was to bo n boy, and wo would human aid or consent. Tho Maoris ol the pie be asks jour support. this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. call him George, after his father, and have a legend about this bird to the ef& An Authority. five aworn statements of thncondltion of the bank tho other should bo a girl, named Maria, fect that it used to bo a strict vegetariart mads etch yesilo the United Stales govs luCholly Dubbs Pointed toes aro going cent and in after mo, nnd now look nt 1110 with my an, building its nest on tho ground. Tho out. agents, thus securing aJdititoos WILLIAM MOUELAND endgovernmentassetsin arc etamlned at staled limas by PGVOIll" sheep canto aud trampled 011 tho nests, perfect safety depositors, Willy Wooer (regretfully) Yes, I I TJ!!We mike a Study of Lincoln, ubjn lo Ihis institution, oriKiually established as ths "Well, that's so. It may not all turn and tho birds attacked them furiously, felt one going out at old linllion's last Is a candidate lor Attestor act ou of the democratic pattj. lie Mildly Deposit Haul ol Stanford In iljJ, then the out just as you expect in every littlo drawing blood. They liked tho flavor of night. Town Tonics. ol Stanford in asks jour support if a aa the National Hank First National iSej and Hank ol tgam thing, but that's tho present intention flesh aud have since been eating it. Tho the Stanlord in lilt, has had practically an uninterat least." bird builds its nests in trees now, cut of rupted curtcnceol 11 yeart. Ills better supplied A cjclnnu of energy hw-now with lacilitles for transacting business prompt "What kind of a looking man is her" reach of tho sheep hoofs. New York !y and liberally than ever before in its Ions and fcrofs the South west TburHdHy. It ps-- e "Oh, he's over so nico. Tall, you Sun. ; One Low Price. honorable career Accuuula of corporation!, fidu' over Oklahoma nnd Indian TVrritoriee know, and tho finest figuroyou oversaw. ciaries, firms and Individuals letpcctfully tolic ."Milton nt Work. 11. B1L.15Y, Proprlotor, ted. P. killing at least seven pnreorH A tornado And ho has black hair, a littlo curly, aud Ths Oirectorr ol thit Hank it composed 01 Milton used to sit loaning back fonr.ed inTenssa pnriHh, La., tho outest littlo black mustacho and - - Foreitua Keid, Lincoln county; uondon. black eyes big, expressivo eyes. I'm ho obliquely in an easy chair, with his leg in bix deathe. Small dfuntiKH whs done S. T. Harm, Lincoln; light, you know, I ought to havo dark liuug over tho elbow of it. Ho frequent- alro in Lnyfayetse county, MIch. At New J, H. Coltiei, Lincoln; my new Hotel and am belts ly composed lying in bed in tho mornI have moved to husband." J. W. llayden, Stanford; Ur:pHnh ttioueaui's of dollnrn' ot datum;)rcparid than ever to accommodate the puLlit S. 11. Haughtuan,, Lincoln; "Havo you his picturo with you, ing, but when ho could not sleep aud 5fxd Livery attached and avery conveoieuci de lay awako wholo nights not ono verso fcfp MitUined and peverid percniiB wen irsd tine me a can. J. S. Ilocker, Stanford; dear?" Are the Best and we Give Honest "N-u.TKANK R1LIY, W. A.Trlbble, Stauford; V could ho make. At other times his un injuted. I haven't his picturo yet." M. U. Kluorc, Stanford; Value. "That's mostly tho first thing u young premeditated lines flowed easy, with a. T. 1. Hill, Stanford, cortaiu impetus and watrum, us ho himman gives to his girl, because they aro K. L. Tanner, McKinncy; so vain thoy think their good looks will self used to beliove. Then, whatever M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky too nour, no rang lor nis ciuugmcr to just charm her. But what sort of presJ. a Hocker,l'resldent; Ho would someents does ho mako you, Jennie? You commit them to papor. Jno. J. McKobcrtt, Cashier; . Kinney, A. A Aist.Cashlet can toll a good deal about a man's dis- times dictato 10 Huo3 in a breath and position by tho sort of presents ho makes then reduce them to hulf tho number. AtS 3 $7. 50, SS and Sio. Fine when he's courting allowing of courso Theso may appcur trifles, but sucli triIs the certainty of fulfillment Ones $12 to $15. for his being more excited and liberal fles usaumo a sort of greatness when reCo of ea :h and every one of them. When youljleavc thon than ho is likely to boaftorward." lated of what is great. "Oh, ho hasn't given mo anything for repairs it is sufficientjguaran-te- e your watch with me Tim Knnguroo Itut. 0 STANIOXD, KY., yet," nuswered Jennio reluctantly. that you will have an accurate and reliable'time-piece- . Ono of tho most interesting littlo ani"But of course I" ll ecvvfullytnrgsni e 1 at d ready lr busmen wilt "Humph! Somo girls nro uotionato mals known to inhabit any portion of Paid up Capital of 5200,000 about prcsonts even when engaged, but America is tho kangaroo rat. This queer Did it evtr occur to you that more Watches arc don't bo a fool that way, Jennie. Tako littlo rodent is found only in tho Death Surplus, . A ,000 ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual weai? all you can got. Anything that's worth valley region of California. It has long SUCCKSSOlt toTHK LINCOLN NATION.;, giving is worth having. And if any- aud powerful hind legs und mukes its p;t around for - Wc have gained the reputation for miles 11ANK OK STANFORD, thing should happen it isn't onco in a way wherever it goes by jumping. Its coloring varies from light gray to dark best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince thousand times that a man will suo to Now closing up) with the saint assets and under the same management. get his things back. You haven't told brown, according to whother it you. Ily provisions of its chiller, depositors arc as tho alkali sands or tho lava bed?, mo his name. Ain't you going to, Jenfully protected aa aie depositors in Nallcnal nature probably intending to protect it Uanki, IU shareholders being held Individual!) nie?" liaole to the eatent of the amount of their stock likening its from capturo "I I can't exactly do that, Mrs. surroundings. byTho kangaroo liuo to tiio therein at the par value thereol, in addition to lbs rat lives amount invested in auch shares. It may act at Murray. You sco I don't really know eaccutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as iu burrows, us does a Mint Her species of .WE WILL him yet." an individual. rodent called the kangaioo mouse. St. "You don't know him!"' 'lo those who entrusted their bultineit to us while mnajlDK the Lincoln National l!aak ol "No. It was only this nftcrnoon tho Louis Republic. Stanlord, we we here tenderour many thanks ana fortune toller told 1110 about him." irutt tbey will cintinuc to transact their busmen (iu KconouiUt'i-swith ut, ollering at a guarantee for prompt auto-lioFor n full minute tho older woman to tamo, our twenty years' eipentuce is "Courtship ia a good thing to savo & Co., - Danville. stared at Iter with speechless amazo-menbanking and as liberal accommodations aa are coa J. L. Frohman gas bills," assetts a gal collector. sittuut with sound banking, which rapidly gave placo to indignation as sho seemed to feel that her "Young women engaged or ubout to bo DIHXCTORi: usually menu a reduction it sympathetic interest had been ovoked engaged of J J. Williams, Ml. Yemen; gas bills i'2 a month. Cross children, S. II. Shanks, ttu ford; by falso pretenses. Sho grow red, evon on the other hand, generally raise gan J.S.lOwiley, Stanford; Of Goods at cost until the uuto the gillh, und in a tono thnt would S.J. Einbry, Sianfori; havo curdled milk explosively ex- bills s?l a month. Bicycling has injured tho gu? trado terribly. Firot the hubbaud J F. BARKER, Proprietor, J. II. Ui c, bwnlorJ; claimed : goes out upou a whool; tho wife J. Y Csar, Stanford; "Jennio Albright, I've known a heap follows his example. Thethen is turned - gas Willi. mtGoochStanlord ; of fools in my day, but you boat all!" A. W.;Ci rpenter.JMlllcdgeviIU, down, aud when they como back they Ratot TWO DOLLARS Por Day. Exchange. W. 'H: Cummins, Preachers! 11, Is disposed of. nro usually so tired from tho long piu s. H Slanka, Trnideit, Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large Sword paper cutters of pierced eilvor that they havo no desiro to sit up and Dr. J.,IOwsJey,Cashir, end Commodious Sample Koomi. burn tho midnight oil." New York Halls and office contacted by Electric RolU. nnd tortoise sholl aro attractivo articles W, M, Uright, Teller. W- for tho tidy desk and library tabic 47 Mail aud Express. V ruLOpt aad polite service to guests. EtonllBhod Bvory Tuoaday and Friday sido-wis- I , I tered, catalogued, classed in its place in that closed and guarded society whero each one of us stands on his square liko a liguro on a chesboard. It has not yet breathed tho fresh air; its first outing is usually for the sacrament of baptism. Carried to church in sumptuous robe, its sponsors renounce works and pomps in its name, whilo its forehead is all wrinkled by crying as the holy water trickhs on it and its littlo face all screwed awry by the salt laid on its tongue. This ceremony, performed before the assembled family, is a very simple ono in Paris and all large cities. The godfather gives the godmother a present, another to tho young mother and invariably presents his godchild with a silver mug, fork 'a Thoie having iclairni against the lata I Illbb are requested to present thtm to me at once propftlt proven. WM. 1UCK, Admr.. f Sttlilord, JCy Miss Bottio V. Loan, 58-4- 1 -' TREES TREES FALL, ; 1 1 1 7 ? " .,.... nt 1 pOYAl 1 Two Farms For Sale. bale-Moo- re Sit To-tacc- o. 11 1 POWDER o eaamlna-lionan- d NEW MILLINERY. o v 11 1 - NOTICE 1 ' pur-post- s, -' SINGLETON ' ' Supt-mtciui-ini jlsLjft! J. F. ffl.S.&J.W.Baughman, FEED STAHLE, Stanford, Qrit-cla- A Baa Imitation. 1 hrs'-clas- s F. ELKIN I FIRST ORIGINAL PRICES. JOE T.E3IBKY j torn-peratu- 23,700 STYLES of, es High Art CLOTHING urt-H- t ifAt THE RILEY H0US1 OurSuitings OVERCOATS.. Kontuck. 11 - o, ( Back of IVIy Promises Mi-- Parmeis Bank&Trnst Give Us p Call. Satisfaction Guaranteed. fro-quen- ts THOMAS DALTON. The 61obe, . t, ontinae Oar Sale H. WEAREN & CO. n BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. ENTRE STOCK n- -i .. ,. vuiamtamtm