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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896071401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. CHURCH CHIMES. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Mr. Fred Sutton, nf-a- r Marksbury,' Naahvllle waa chosen bb the place (or lost 10.000 Bhinaies Sunday by being boldlDK tlio Chriatitn Endeavor convenswept away by tho branch. tion In 1S9S. Mr. Kdword Lane and Miss Lizzie Rov. "W.S. Grlnetead, who will be Johnaon were united in wedlock at tho assisted by Miaa Tuttle, will bein a pro- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 14, UEA TH DOINGS. The death of Aire. James Givena, which occurred nt 4 o'clock Friday morn- ing in the Lexington Lunatic Asylum, recalls one of tho saddest cases ever suffered in real life. In tho heyday of their youth, Mr. James Givens led Miss Margaret J. Bright, a happy bride to the altar. She waa passing fair to look upon and lovable and lovely in every way.and pride and love filled her husband's heart. For 30 yeara they enjoyed supremo happinesa and then their troublea beuati. Sickneea came to the wife and continuing finally affected her mind. The doting husband was overwhelmed with sorrow and when at last it became necesaarr to confine her in a mad house his grief was pitiful. That was 21 yeara ago. Once or twice bo had her brought back home to see if tie could not nurse her back to reason, but in vain and for all these years she has been shut up in the asylum, while he has en tiered in silence and alone in thehomesocrunl. uiukcu up. row men could pasa tnrougli such an ordeal as Mr. Givena and proved so true and faithful. Year after year he baa rust her expenses, pray ing and hoping for a better day which never came. Practically shut off from tho world.which held but little of intest for him, he baa kept inviolate the memory of her, who gave her young hear-int- o his keeping, and although borne down with sorrow which manifested itself on bis personal appearance, he troubled no one with his troubles, but sor rowed in silence Bnd alone. All honor to the noble old man and may Heaven be brighter to her and him for what they have suffered. Mrs. Givens, who was a sister of Mr. John Bright, naa born in this county June 2d, 1823, and was married to Mr. Given in 181.1. Thoo .!.,. l .,. .i. ,. Intnl.,,. fa..... nuu 1." ucu ., ...I kuew jviuiu), iiuo oiuer iroin childhood, there being but four years difference in their agfs. Mrs. Givens joined the Ohristiau church while quite young and until her misfortune she waa an active church worker. The remains wore brought home for interment and were followed to the cemetery by a long procession of people, many of whom remembered and loved her. Dr. Joseph Ballou officiated at the grave in a short service and then tbe earth hid from vlow one of the principal sufferers in tho life trairody. by-men-- 1 896. Mft Iinprcj JOHN I) WHITE Speak ut Liberty and Make a I!tj tion tracted meeting at McKendree next Sunday. Rev. H. B. Cockerill, ol Louisville, ' Bro, Morrison's partner In the publication of the Methodist, will preach morn-i- n and nlRht at the Methodist church next Sunday. Rv. A. V. Sizemore accompanied Rev. R. B. Mahony to London to assist In ordaining deacons Sunday. Little Mary Mahony and Myrtle and Roberta O'Uau-no- n went with them. will The EIIiili Bridge Friday and continue 10 days. begin next Brigadier Win. J. Cozens, of the Salva-tio- n Army, assisted by a full corps, will have charge of the devotional cervices. The Holiness camp meeting at and thither many of begins y the sanctified will go to enjoy a season of sweet communion with kindred spirits. The Cincinnati Southern will give reduced rates. The Rev. Dr. Miner, of Cnrrollton, who waa stricken with paralysis several months ago, and was all aloni; thought to be in an incurable condition, is now rapidly improving, being able to attend services at his church. Kid. John I. Rogers, a faithful old soldier of the Cross, preached a touching sermon at tho Christian church Sunday lie is 73 years old and very feeble, but ho still perseveres in carrying tho glnd tidings, which he has now douu for over 50 years. While here he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tate. Tho Methodist meeting lasted from 7 till after 11 the Inst night that Bro. Morrison waa here and the scene at times was a lively one. Many of the sAnctitled got so happy they could not contain themselves, and giving vent to their feelings shouted in the good old Methodist way. One good sister from the hills created some amusement by joining in tho singing, She had a voice almost as strong as a man's and sang with a vim, but would invariably keep a lino behind. Finally Bro Morriann shouted, "You are doing first rate, my Bister, hut you must try and keep up with tho procefsion.' Bro. Morrison has a keen sense of the ridiculous and often laughs out in meeting, either at something funuy or in giving vent to his good feelings. lie is one of the most companionnblo of fellows and everybody here likes Morrison and loves for him to come, the oftener tbe better. Rev. W. S. Grjnstead tells us that tho meeting was a great one for the member-shias well as for bringing souls to Christ. Over 30 professed religion and einctitlcation and Sunday 17 united with tho church. Yesterday Mr. Grinetead immersed threo of the converts, Misses Ida, Klla and Grade HoltzclRW. camp-meetin- n Wll-more to-dap, bride's at the Presbyterian church Sunday and also tho union at the same church that night, Mips Georgio Dunn entertained at her home, "Pine Grove," Tuesday evening in honor of her gueata, Miases Hlg gins and Doty. Mies Delia Hughes, the handsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hughe, entertained a number of friends Saturday evening at tea. Mr. Win. II. Kavanaughdled Friday night, aged 55 years. The burial took place at Paint Lick Sunday afternoon. A wife and a daughter and many relatives and friends aro left to mourn for bitn. Elder Wm. Boswell, of Kentucky University, preached at Antipch Sunday morning and night. Ho is very much liked there as a minister, giving his hearers somo able, forcible sermons. Mlsa Jonnin Perkins, a graduate of Garrard College under Prof. O. U. Gordon, commenced teaching the public school at Antloch on the Gth. Miss Katherine West is also teaching at Pleasant Hill. Died, Sunday night, at her homo near Preachersville, Mrs. Sarah West, aged '.'( years. Her burial occurred in the Naylor grave-yarThree little children are left without a mother's love and care. J. D. Oaborn bought a nice gelding of W. B. Montgomery for $75. Mr. Henderson bought 3 yearling calves of Thos. Worrell for 35. II. K. Perkins Bold a bunch of hogs at 3c W C. MHOS, Of d. week. Dr. Worrall, of Danville, preached father's at Brynntsvillo last joy-ou- a I'UUUL wiDraiiiiiic, i.....i. Ul dUIUCtJ IirUWIllDK bunch of lambs at lie. r ii- i..,i I -- H HURDLE. Mr. Win. V. Robinson, pitient auflerer of liver and for somo months, departed who was lung troub n o this life Sat- urday about noon. His last was to him without n struggle, and he consciously in this life, and willingly bid no good-by- e with a full assurance of being escorted by a tMnd of angels to the purer land. He was about -- years old, a dovoted member of the Ohritttian church and his entire life was bucIi as will atiord his good father and mother and nine brothers and sisters, a consolation in their bereave ment, which they would not exchange for ten thousaud such worlds as this. Ho had a host of friends, and not a single enemy, as is tho case with one bo pure gentle nnd patient in all things. Ho hud a bright future in this life, but oh, how consoling to think he could exchange it for a certain, happy realitv around tho throne of God, where liars can not slander, thievea can not steal and moth and rust doth never corrupt. The funeral sermon waa preached by Rev. Shearln, at McKendree, and tho interment was in tho Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon, to which place a long procession of friends followed to pay his remains their last respects. 1 The recent nominations at Chicago meet with tho approbation of a good many Garrard politicians. One is said to have recently remarked. "Mr. and Mr WhII Street have ruled this country long enough. I am glad wo are to have a change." Mias Bettio Anderson has returned from a protracted stay with her sister, Mrs. W. R. Marrs, of Knoxville, improved in health. The Misseh Smiley, of Lexiugtou, aro guests of Miss Gertrude Linkenfelter. Mies Lena Gordon Tillett, of Flemingsburg, is visiting Miss Maggie Tomliuson. Miss Bettie Arnold is visiting Mrs. James Fish at Crab Orchard. Coleman Leo is in Iondon on a visit to his mother, MrB. Theodore Moran. Mm. Geo. Hallow, of Madison, in visiting Mrs. Joseph Francis. Mrs. B. D. Sparks, of Jessamine, Ib vieiting Mis. McClelland Johnston. Clyde Herring, of Louisville, ii with Dr. H. C. Herring and family. Mrs. R. K. Thompson has returned from Mt. Vernon. Mies Carrie Wood, irom the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, is the guest of Garrard relatives. Miaa Margaret Noel, of Stanford, is visiting Mrs. Jack Hiatt. Miss Anniu Austin is at Crab Orchard, Mrs. W. A. Boosins, of Paris, Texas, is the guest of Mrs W. B. Jarvis. J. P. Sandifer, of Middlesboro, was here last week. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Adams, of Lexington, aro visit-inhere. Mrs. Tom Sandidge and children, of Boyle, were guests of Mrs, H. A. B Marksbury Mrs. W. T Btowniug and little daughter, of Lexington, are with Mtb. John Andersou. Miss Bettio Robineou is tho guest of Mies Mary Dunn at Danville. Mrs S. P. GrHiitand children, of Danville, have bPen visiting Mre. H. A. Price. Tatn-man- y g CRAIi ORCHARD. The dietillery of J. W. James closed down for the season Saturday. Tho Crab Orchard base ball nine will play Danville during the week. Pettusit Faynn have moved their drng store to S. Vanderpool's store room near the depot. Willie, the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gdmiston, was buried Wednesday. Much sympathy is folt for them in their grief. The continued wet weather has damaged the wheat verv much in this county, as but few farmera have gotten their crops threshed. Messrs. Bronaugh & Herrin will ship a car of hogs and cattle to Cincinnati Tuesday that they have been feeding at tho James distillery. It is rumored that Winter from a distance and Spring who resides in Crab Orchard will unite their destinies. It is better to be au old nisn's darling than a young man's slave. Mrs. Eliza Carson and Mrs. L. A. Pettua continue quite ill. Dr. Black and wife, of Knoxville, aro visiting Mrs. M. E. Fish Mr. J. E. Carson's little daughter, Rhoda May, is seriously ill, it is feared, of typhoid fever. Mra. Charles Redd, Jr., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kate Potter, at Manchester. Mr. Nay Elliott, of Mayavillo, aid Prof. E. B. Ritchie, of Tazewell, Tenn., are gucHta of Mr. John EJmiston, Prof. Ritchie and sister, Miss Jennie, will havo charge of tho Crab Orchard school this session; Mra. Dr. Fayne will teach at Walnut Flat and Miaa Georgia Lewia at the Holmea school house. We feel confident that no part of the county ia aupplied with better teachers. Misa Bettie McFall has arrived from DoLand, Fla., and will bo tbe guest of Miss Lula Stuart. Mrs. B. G. Gover and children are visiting Mrs. M. A. Singleton. The Misses Arnold, who have been visiting their aunt, Mra. M. E. Fish, returned to Lancaster Monday. Mra. A. U. Bastln and aon are visiting in Paris. Mrs. Goggin and granddaughter, who have been visiting Mra. Battle King, went to Stanford Saturday to vialt relatives. Mr. H. D. McOlure and wife, of McKinney, have been visiting hia mother. Dr. W. S. Reazley and sister, Misa Mattle, went to Clear Creek Springs Sunday. He ia in wretchod health and hopea to be reatored by the waters at these Springs. Mra. Laura Moore and jamily have returned to Grab Orchard and rented Mrs. Barker's property for the Summer. Mr. J. H, Stephens and family have moved from Lexington back to Grab Orchard. He says Crab Orchard beats the world. Tho Hon. John D. White addressed tho people of Casey county at the conrt-honon tbe 10th. Notwithstanding oJOJo aome of the bills announcing his appointment were known to have been torn There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices down, and others supposed to have been by vandala opposed to free speech, hp wan greeiuu WUH B very respectaoie au In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. dience both in character and size. We Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call all were most agreeably surprised. It waa the first time be ever spoxe here at once and get pick of the stock. and we expected to find a bulldozer and a crank, but instead we found an intelf lectual gentleman, and bis speech was ;s? 'JX'' fa praised by both parties. Ho was introduced by Judge Belden and in hia introductory claimed that be waa the candidate of the republican party. He ex- SE52 plained republican rules and usages, and IS" 10! showed where the officials of tho party I' ' :3 were not complying with them. Read O republican rules on the subject of primary elections, and explained the action We have just received our line of of the party at Williamsburg in April. 8 He showed by reading the rules, that it .0 & was the duty of the party to pay tbe expenses of the primary, and thai officials Remember we sell at the had no right to assess $1,500 on each candidate to pay its expenses. He fully exCSrI-owe- st plained the crookedneee of the action of the district committee in tbe last elecEverything in the Book Line. Don't forget the place. tion, Kb forged proxies, and illegality; Come to and clearly exhibited tbe weakness of DRUG Judge Jones in the injunction case. He believes he is entitled to be the nominee of the republican party, and if not the choice, he does not want the nomination. . '.AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA?. 'fulfil He reviewed Colaon'a votes in Congresa t nrx3JA.vaAAAA.v.r...A.JiftAAv&aAA.-.Ai4AA.'UA-vh ' ftf I.IaIi ". tmlr VW1 and ahowed where he voted for populist and bimetallist measures. He read P. ! W. Hall's affidavit of Perry county, showing how Col. Adams was cheated out of tho nomination in the last race, and also Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the explained how he was robbed of $750 for $1 Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods oxponses of a primary, which was not Lower Than Anybody. held. Ho gave an account of his stewardship in CongresB some years ago, claiming that all of hia votes were for reMy loss is your gain, and if you want publican measures. He gave a history its of the currency question from tbe foundation of the government to the present time. He reviewed the tariff and ia for You bought them before, now is your time. ao adjusting it aa to wipe out tho whole internal revenue eye tern. He was fre- St 1AA, v At3VAAA." '" A ..wM..tM.. .n.AA.w.liArA,t Ai ,.'7, enthusiastically quently applauded, m ;srCS,W-- ; some present claiming that it was the ablest speech evor made in Liberty. Mra. Melissa Adams, Mrs. Sallie J. Humphrey and Mies Sallie Wolford were presont. Be I I m aila ZEor tla.e IbTesrt McROBERTS' NO. 39 FOR CASH I Tlxirtv ZDas, r&: xroo:ox:::::x;o:o:xo5c?jg SCHOOL BOOKS. TABLETS SCHOOL SUPPLIES. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 3 I a Cash Prices I'SD STORE. mMmt. .st-r- - C mi '.v-- S U CO ESS My Stock Musi Be Reduced. GOODS CHEAPER M.W-S-.- THAU EVER fti'-t- l, . -A-A-i-'- JAItlES FRYE, Hustouvlllc. )- KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ENCAMPMENT. to-d- ay 2 SOMEWHAT LOCA I.. Prof, and Mrs. J. L. Clark will have charge of the new Methodist Academy at Burnside. Colby Jenkins' tobacco barn near BryautBvillo burned, together with 100,-00- 0 pounds of tobacco Tho claim of Howard, Delong it Co. for 17,599 duo them for construction of the Danville water works, was arbitrated and settled at $0,145. John T. Hatcher, aged 50, died of A farmer near Memphis has made J305 this year oil of one aero of ground, on which he cultivated raspberries. MrB. Mary F.Cabb, of W. J. Bryan, tho democratic nominee, has the distinction of belnp tho oldest citizen of New London, Ind, She is 95 and waa born in Kontucky. Tho old lady Is remarkably well preserved and shesayB alio is going to Washington when "Willlo" takes his seat as presiNield Terhunesays he does not intend to raise any more wheat, if he can help it, and be thinks be can. His rea sons are that on an average only 10 bush els of wheat are ralaedjto the acre In the United 8Utee. "You have to plow the ground, roll It, cut and shock the wheat. Tbon the thresher drives in and gets every fourth bushel. You then go to mill and tbe miller get a third for grinding. 8o counting all costs the grower comes oot7 In debt on every acre rained." Harrodabarg Democrat. dent. kidney and bladder trouble at London. He was a Baptist and a Mason. A wife and daughter survive him. steel aheara of the Watte Tho Steel & Iron Syndicate, of Mlddleaboro, were partly demolished while cutting cold steol billets. The loss ia $10,000. Mra. Dr. Forsytho (ell from tbe second story window of her residence at Uarrodsburg, tho evening abo waa to give the young people a party and waa ao severely injured it had to be postponed. Martha Wilder, living in Clay county, took ber infant, only a few days old, out in an old fiold, and, laying it down in a secluded place, piled rocks around it and rails over it, leaving it to dio. The insects had nearly eaten it up when found. Mr. Will J. Owsley, of Midway, waa yesterday adjudged of unsound mind in the county court, upon affidavits of two physicians, and committee will be appointed to" manage hia estate. Mr. OwsThere waa only one itarter in tbe ley U at High Oaka Sanitarium, Lexing- merchants' etakea at La ton la Saturday ton, and little hope ia ezpreased for hia and Lokl got $1,000 for galloping alowly ' recovery VjToodford San. around. 10-t- Pakk8 Hill, Nicholas Co., July 12. The wind-u- p here of the week'a .DEALERS IN. encampment on tbe beautiful Deering Camp Meeting Grounds of tbe uniform rank of tho Knights of Pythias drew a large crowd. Excursion traina at n low Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. rato brought men, women and children from all directions, the ladies predominating as to numbers. Excellent speeches were made by members of tbe Order which were loudly applauded, the CarGive us a call and be convinced. lisle K P. Band discursed inspiring mut sic, perfect order prevailed, Blue Lick ) water flowed freely, everybody had a good time generally and tho day's program will redound to the good of the Or der. Tho belles and beaux of the had a regular old fashioned picnic. Paris sent a larger delegation of them than any other town. Capt. W. H. Kirby was there and apparently the most popular man on tho THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present ground with tho ladies. He waa hailed right and left by them and when asked on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY about it, said they were relatives, that he of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further nohad a great many in that section, but Come early and avoid the rush, his explanation waa not altogether satis- tice. factory. His wife ought to know something Hbout how be does when he geta out of her sight, but I wouldn't tell ber line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and Well-Selecunder any consideration, for he is a dyed A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chilin the wool K. P. Several got left at Stanford on account dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. of the early departure of tbe train, but Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts those who got here were Mr. and Mre, J, F. Cummins and Misa Bettie DeBord, from A to EE. We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND Messrs. Robert Bosley, Joe 8. Rice, Charley Hayden, John Meier, Wm. Rice, Joe lines for men and boys. F. Waters and Albert Severance. In an8wer to telegram, Rev. and Mra. J. T. Sharrard came with ua as far aa Paris to attend the bnrial of hia aunt, Mra. Oaraon, which took place in that Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains irom day to day, and city thia afternoon. if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. The large dining room and kitchen on MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. tbe Parka Hill gronn Ja burned yesterday afternoon, together with their conCoffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice tents, and the managers said they could Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. goods at iow prices. not entertain tbe crowd aa well as they and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss bad intended, but tbey did remarkably well under the circumstances. Prominent in the exhibition uniform The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. June iS,'96. waa Knight Jake Joseph, of wMiiiMii"""-",'MMMaBwwMMaaaMMMaidrill y ia Lancaster. He belongs to a number of secret orders and is always on band when tbe roll is called. I noticed also several old men in the procession, who in handsome uniforms un-derstood their business and by their earnestness must have convinced the crowd that the Order ia a good thing lor this selfish world. Is Receiving his- Sbetaw. CRS1G & HOCKER, 3rugs, 2"ksm"icals, Oils, It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. 8 Blue-Gra- ss CASH CLEARANCE SALE! GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER ted liook Out for Our Centre Table! CARPETS, CHARLES WHEELER to-da- H C RUPLEY gray-hair- ed THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- The Clark County Fair & Trotting Association will bold its 8th meeting Ju ly I, with big premiums and partes. W. H. Garner, secretary, baa oar thanks for invitation and ticket. 29-Au- g. SPRING AND SUMMER Stock. AH Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. ). I l iammnmimkmtL.m iuu.t'wm'iiiuuit.j tu.iuai $i .vi- - Weekly Interior Journal - The nominees will not be told of what on, to declaro A. R. Bnrnam, Rich BHYHNSEWHLL Is the Ticket Named Stanford. Ky., July 14, 1S96 W. P. WALTON. The Interior Jochxal boped that after the Chicago convention had forced a red hot free silver declaration upon ub and had adopted other planks at variance with the ideas of many democrats, it would nominate 'a man, like Bland for instance, whoso democracy is unquestioned and whose record !b long and straight. The convention, nevertheless, thought Mr. Bryan better fitted to stand on the platform and made him the stand ard hearer. It is not our purpose now, however, either to criticise the platform or find fault with the nominee. Our readers know that wo did all in our humble power to stem the free eilver tide and fought for the gold standard till the last day in the evening. But that is not here nor there. We do not arrogate to ourselves more wisdom than is possessed by the majority of the constituted authorities of the party, and believing in the right of that majority to dictate the platform, we have climbed upon the one Adopted at Chicago, and wmle surrendering no conviction previously expressed, nor at the same time professing any infallibility, we shall endeavor to stand upon it with both feet and give the nominees our hearty support. So hurrah for Bryan and Sewall and may the devil take McKinley and his running mate. al at the Chicago convention did till some time mond, tho republican nominee for apin August and then they will be gotten pellate judge for this district, in oppositogether In Madison Square Garden, Now tion to Chief Justice l'rycr. York, and notified. J. E Garner is tho It The Third district republican conKentucky representative on the Bryan vention, to nominate a candidate for committee and R. II. Tomlinsou will be one of tho committee to break the Becrot to Sewall. Over 100 delegates to the convention, all of whom, with the exception of the gold delegation from Wisconsin and a portion of the delegation from Minneso ta, came from east of tho Alleghonies, refused to participate in tho nomination of a presidential candidate on a free silver platform. Over 250 declined to participate In a nomination for vice president. Many of the gold delegates had left the city in disgust. Jack Ohinn, Bob Franklin, Eph Lillard and Jack Jones formed the side show for the big convention. Jack was the cynosure of all eyes and when the quarh-san- g "There's Troublo in the Land," as they did on every occasion, they were heartily applauded. By the way they have now changed tho song to read "There's no More Trouble in the Land," "There's joy in the land since Bryan took the peo ple outof Wall Street's hand," and "He will save mankind from the golden cross." Congress, has been called to meet at Bowling Green July 23. Tho Shelby Sentinel appeals to i b county democrats to stand by Mr. Foree assuring them if thoy do he will win the nomination handsomely. Judge Barr, of the United States district court, has appointed Walter Chap man, a popular yonng lawyer of Frankfort, to be federal court clerk and commissioner. The leaders of the populists and National silver parties declare that their organizations will also nominate Brysn for president at the convention to be held July 22, at St. Louis Samuel Walker, Jr , of Trenton, has tendered his resignation as u member of the New Jersey democratic State committee, and says ho will vote tho repnb lienn ticket in November. Mr. S. C Hardin, of Clinton, a broth er of our own townsmen, Mark and Ben Hardin, has announced his ciudidHcy for uongrepa in the 11th district, bam Is a good man and n true democrat and wo should like to see him send the Hon David G. to (j rasa. Bryan's nomination lias at once recalled to many democrats the statements made bv him at Jackson, Mies., and Birmingham, Ala,, that if the democratic National convention adopted a gold plank he would die before he would support its nominee. Tho young man was excited at the time perhaps and didn't mean what he snid After a stormy session of the republican State central committee, Gwath-mey- , man, wus seat the ed as committeeman in the 5th congressional district. Chairman Barnett appointed Messrs. Coition, Deboe and Roberts on the campaign committee, but the Stite central committee insisted on appointing a committee to select the campaign committee and finally this action Todd-McKinle- 1jmiWJ&JwMg& On Hie List for Elite Week. Chicago. Nebraska and Maine United and Free Silver The Cry. Aktkr the adoption of the platform by the Chicago convention, of which we told in our last issue, the nomination of candidates for the presidency began. Senator Vest named Bland, John S. Rhea UNMATCIIABLE SPECIALS IN EVERY DLv H performed a like service for BUckbnrn, White, of Iowa, nominated Boies, Sena tor Turpie presented the name of Gov. Matthews, while H. T. Lewis, of Georgia, eang the praises of W. J. Bryan, of Nebraska, in the shortest of speeches. John R. McLean was also named. Their oratorical efforts together with the seconding speeches consumed all of Thursday night's session and closed the night's show. Rhea's speech nominating Blackburn was hardly up to his best, but considering his subject it was perhaps as 15c. good as he or any other man could make. Ladies' Pure Silk Mitts 12c. The nomination of William Jennings Next morning nominations being still Ladies' Seamless Black and Tan Hose 8c. in order, Mr. tHarrity placed Gov. R. E. Bryan, of Lincoln, Nebraska, "The Boy Ladies' Ribbed Vests 5c. Pattison, of Pennsylvania, in nomination. Orator of the Platte," by the Chicago convention for the presidency, shows A Nice Bed Spread Only 75c. Delegate Miller, of Oregon, added to the list of nominations the name of Sylves- the power of oratory and the wild way Suspenders ioc, cheap at 20c. Men's ter Pennoyer, of Oregon. The names of that men often act under excitement. Children's Sailor Hats 15c, worth 25c. Bland, Bryan, Boies, Blackburn, Mat- His name had not been serionsly conChildren's Fast Black Hose only 5c. thews, McLean, Pattison and Pennoyer sidered. In fact, the iact that he had Yard-Wi- de two years ago withdrawn from tho demBleached Domestic 5c. TrtB Courier-Journrenounces the were before the convention, and the at 11:03 Friday ordered ocratic organization and accepted many 3 Spools O. N. T. Thread ioc. ticket and the platform and calls for a first ballot was of the populistic ideas rather put him convention of real democrats to nomi- and the call of States began, resulting as Men's Extra-Go- od Working Shoes 94c, cheap at$i,25. He out of the pale of consideration nate a ticket, which it says will not be follows: Bland 233; Boies SG; Matthews Men's Fine Shoes $100. 37: McLean 51; Bryan 103; Blackburn S3i went to the convention with a contestelected, but will save the party from ing delegation from his State, however, Ladies' Oxfords .Sc to Si. 50. The Post raves against the whole Pattison 95; Campbell 2; Ruesell 2; Penthe credentials committee gave them Ladies' Patent Tipped Button Shoes qSc businees and save: "Secession, revolu noyer 10; Tillman 17; Hill 1; Stevenson 2; seats, he made n burning speech in ad Teller S; not voting 1S3. On the 2d bal tionary tactics, anarchy, Tillmaniem and Special Bargains in Men's and Boys' Clothing. vocacy of the 16 to 1 free silver coinage free silver can never be the watchwords lot Bland climbed to 2S1 and Bryan to platform, which electrified the dele Men's and Boys' 50c and 75c Stfaw Hats Now 39c. of democracy." Many of the leading pa- 107. On the 3d Bland gained 10 and Brygates, his atar shot away up in the firmpers of the E.st and some in the South an went to 210. On the 4th Bland dropament and cries of "Nominate him," and West also repudiate the work of the ped back to 241, while Bryan shot up to "Nominate Bryan," were heard all thro was taken. 2S0, the rest standing: Boies 33, Matconvention. The outlook is a little squalA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictois, the vast crowd. A ballot right then TO ly, but we believe that Bryan and Sewall thews 33, McLean 40, Blackburn 27, PatTHi: DEMOCRATIC VOTERS settled the question in his tison 27, Stevenson S, Hill 1. Not voting would have i.i.xcoi.y cousty. T. D. RANEY, Manager. can win. 13G. The 5th ballot ordered at 2:55 was favor, but it was out of order, and after Branch Stores: The most disgraceful act of a conven- never completed. State after State broke the wildest of exhibitions of enthusiasm Sitm Mi itf ft Annitunrrn hi fur ShrijT. tion, which presented many disgraceful to Bryan and before half them were badBpent itself the regular business proParis, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg Although I haye folt great hesitation scenes, was performed by the ignorant called it was seen that he would be nom- ceeded. The current had started though Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, could not beheaded. It in announcing mytelf n candidate for the blatbeiskite from South Carolina, who inated. Motion to declare him the nom- and its course EhV.abcthtown, was bard to Keep the delegates in line office of Sheriff of Lincoln county, thus Ky., Frankfort. represents that State in the U. S. Senate. inee unanimously was carried and the for the old stagers and when on the 5th early, I ntii compelled to do o on account and Mauckport, Ind. His coarse abuse of President Cleveland thing was done, amid an enthusiasm of a report that is being circulated that I and bis effort to have a resolution passed rarely ever seen before. The conven- ballot the break camo, the wild demonstrations of the day before were doubly will not become a candidate, which, if alwere tion then adjourned till S r, m. condemning his administration It took almost as much time and just discounted. Mr. Bryan is by 1G years lowed to remain undisputed, would allow even of a lower grade than his previous performances and should damn him in as many ballots to nominate a candidate the youngest man ever nominated many of my friends to pludge themselves While considering the advisability of the eyes of all honest people. Tillman is for the tail as for the head of the ticket for the presidency. Born just before On the breaking out of the civil war, he is making this race, I have found but one a jackasBical buffoon and would disgrace and there were more men voted for. the first ballot Sibley, of Pennsysvania, just 36 years of age and but one year argumeut that is being circulated and even the republican party. ATgot 163 votes, Sewall, of Maine, 100, Mc- past the requisite ago for presidents. He scattered broadcast among the voters Woodson, of the Owenshoro Messen- Lean, of Ohio, HI, Williams, of Massa- was born in Salem, 111., and graduated concerning mynelf and that is that "tht ger, is as good at landing on his feet as a chusetts, 7G, Boies 20, Bland 62, Clark, of at Illinois College in 1SS1 with the hon- office has for some years past been held cat. A month ago be wanted it distinct- North Carolina, 50, Williams, of Illinois, ors of clacs orator and valedictorian. Af- by my father and my uncle, Mr. Ne; ly understood that he was the first, great 22, Uarrity 19, Blackburn 20, Lewis, of terwards he took a course in the Union land. The opposition tells you this is runoriginal and only Stevenson man. Stev- Washington, 11, Daniel 11 and so on. College of Law at Chicago and while Cooking, enson wasn't mentioned in the conven- Boies' name was withdrawn before the there was in the office of the late Lyman ning things in the family, and that I Heating, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days gping at less tion and now Mr. Woodson searches his second ballot, Sewall dropped to 37 and Trumbull. In 1SS7 he moved to his should, therefore, be pnt down. Gasoline, than actual cost. In answer to this I wish to the files and finds this of date June 1(3, 1S05, Bland went up to 2SS. Sibley's name was present home in Nebraska and formed a which he prints in bold black typf withdrawn on a telegram from him; so law partnership with A. R. Talbott, a voters that one of the gentlemeu who in "Keep an eye on that young man Bryan. was McLean's and so was Bland's and on class mate. He soon became prominent opposing me has already been honored Some day he may be president." We al- the 5th and final ballot Arthur Sewall, of in politic and in 1S90 was elected to by them eight years as jailer of Lincoln ways said that man Woodson was a'great Bath, Maine, received 5GS vote and the Congress by G.713 majority, although county and wBsuIsoa candidal' for the man. nomination. On this ballot Kentucky the district had previously gone re office of sheriff at the last election. The In Congress he other candidate is somewhat in my It is said that Editor Sam J. Robert, stuck to McLean with 13 votes and gave publican on by 3,400. and means commit condition when relative are broughtown in the ways Lexington Leader, will be satis- Sewall 13. It was now 2:55 Saturday af was put of the fied with the collectorsbip of that dis- ternoon and the business of the conven- tee and dnring the session made a tariff to consideration, as he for 10 yetrs had trict. Such modesty is commendable, tion having been concluded, it adjourned speech, which was the sensation of the in our county cWk's office a hrother-iHas Come and Gone and but Roberts deserves something a great sine die at 3:12, after being in seesion five day. Tha republican Legislature of his law and u sister, who may be clashed days and breaking the record for enthus State tried to gerrymander him out of among the bett and most efficient offi deal better than that if McKinley is election, but he was again elected to cers tue county mis over li mi. tn in tin elected. He has been the Ohioan's faith iasm and fervid oratory. Mr. Sewall, the nominee, though prac- Congress in 1S92 in tho changed district. will ever lift his voice to condemn any champion in season and out of season ful A great many have been due a long time. I shall make a greater efand if he doesn't give him the beet in tically unknown to the masses, is well He was one of the framers of the Wilson oifi:ial act of Col. John Blain or his tariff bill, for which he did effective excellent wife It is not my object to fort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance bis shop he will be liable to the charge of and favorably known in the East, where he ia largely interested in railways, ship- work. Ha declined to stand for Con- say one word in derogation of either of both to you ?nd to me I must ask that all those who owe me for acbase ingratitude. ping and banking. He was president of gress in 1S94 and resumed his law prac- them and I have nothing to say of them, It turned out just as we expected. No- the Maine Central railroad for nine years tice, later on becoming chief editor of tho save to remind my fellow voters that they counts due, to settle at once. Interest added to all accounts due body ever took Joe Blackburn's candida- and is now the president of a bank at Omaha wore allowed to. hold office free from op- last January. cy for the presidency seriously, though Bath, besides being interested in many In 1SS4 Mr. Bryan married Miss Mary position oh long as they desired, and they he did manage to get S3 votes on the first 'other enterprises. He is a splendid spec- Baird, of Parry, 111., who was at college deeervtd it Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Then looking.' upon this race in the ballot. On the next he only got 41, next imen of physical manhood and does not at the same time and in the same is a few years light of the facts presented and from a 27 and then the Kentucky crowd seeing look near as old as he is 61. He has a town that ha was. She the way the cat was going to jump gave wife and two grown sons. He says the younger than hsr husband and like him common eensti standpoint, I can not see him the g. b. and voted for Bryan, and free silver sentiment is very strong in is a lawyer, having studied the science why I am lees entitled to your consideraJoe wilThave "to remain longer in the Maine and be would not be surprised if and been admitted to the bar in order to tion than either of my opponents. Two of us have had relatives in office, bo more companionable to him. They ranks" as Rhea suggested. the ticket carried the State. Owing to the failure of tho Cincinnati have thrae children, two girls and a boy, from whom neither of us have reaped Frank Hord, of Ohio, the original frc e Southern to connect yesterday, we can the oldest, Ruth, being 10 years of age. any benefit save for a season I was deptrader, died Friday, and a good deal of not present the pictures of the nominees He is a Cumberland Presbyterian and no uty, and acted in the capacity of a hirepure democracy went with him. The 50 Presbyterian was ever defeated for the ling under my father the other having that we bad ordered. cent statesmen were doing their best at We do not propose directly to make you a present, but Bryan received over 1,500 congratula- presidency, except by a Presbyterian, held office for eight years. It does seem Chicago at the time to kill the whole par tory telegrams the day of his nomina- Harrison having beat Cloveland, both they should not make this issue and I if you need anything in our line, you can save enough ty.but it was not born to die.and we trust tion. being Presbyterians. A man of great only mention it as it has already been money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice presof the fiery furnace, it will come out A Bryan club 200 strong was organized magnetism and of striking appearance, made ns a mighty fight egainet my through which it has passed? unscathed. at Portland, Ind., in lees than an hour be bears the impress of statesmanship ent. Come and see the many things wc are offering fa candidate. In presenting myself to tho considera after the nomination at Chicago. and is indeed a combination of qualities Another thing can be said in favor of Marston, of Louisiana, tried to have the that draws one to him the more his char- tion of the public,ll do not liuesitato to COST. -- a the young man Bryan. He comes of convention abrogate the He is an orator of the point them to my past record as Deputy rnle, acter is studied. Rood old Virginia stock, bis father being He was ruled out of order and hissed most impressive school and bis voice, Sheriff, and as a citizen. I am now 24 a native of Culpepper county, Va., oat of 6igbt. which it is said will be raised in every years of age and feel that, should I bu which adjoins Orange county, the home The Kentucky delegation obeyed the doubtful State during the campaign, will honored by my fcllowiuun, thnt I underof Madison and is very near Albemarlr, unit instruction till it suited them not to. be worth thousands of voters to the tick- stand the business, nnd promise you that the home of Jefferson. I shall, at all times, conduct nil businem The delegates divided between a half et. entrusted to me in n business-lik- e dozen candidates for vice president. and an POLITIC A L 1'OIXTS. Senator Hill ib living up to his asserhonest way. Senator Hill and Mr. Whitney left is democrat. He says he tion that be I am at present engaged in u biiMnos Illinois and Texas gold men have deChicago for New York before the con does not endorse the platform but will that confines mo a considerable portion of vention adjourned. Mr. Hill said his clared In favor of a new convention. support the ticket. That is the only Where you can get the best value for your mone". t, my time, and should I fail to see you in A mad dog bit little Eddie departure was not to be construed as a way for democrats to do if they would The the canvass for the primary, I hope of Lexington, 23 times. bolt. maintain party organization. Francis G. Newlands, the independent wounds were cauterized and he may re- will at lcaht'igivc mo n consideration, and no onu shall be prouder of your support HT .! ! .1 Editor J. L. Bosley, finding doubtless Bilver Congressman from Nevada, says: cover. my entire. I! .. .Jll l. uiruwu .wiue upen i me public. All I ask is 10 ime win ut It is thought that the Arkansas pop- than myself. the old adage, "It is juBt as well to "The nomination of Bryan will undoubt that a chance to show my goods, and that's no trouble, for Sam W. Mknhkkb. kill a dog as to give him a bad name," is edly be indorsed by the populists, the ulist State convention, which meets in Wednesday, will indorse the alas too true, has changed the name of Bilver republicans and independent sil- Little Rock, Eld. J. S. Kondrick, of Danville, will ver organization." Chicago ticket. his paper from the Republican to the says that Tilman begin a protracted meeting at Turneis-vill- e Speak for themselves wherever they are placed. Come in When Informed of bis nomination Ohauncey Depew Paris Reporter. and see next Sunday, July 1!). forpresidont Mr. Bryan wrote out a is an ignorant demagogue and Altgeld a my line before you buy. A $150,000 fire occurred on the revolutionist. In both cases The free silver men claim that they statement, addressed to the American d wharf at Galveston It was the second will carry the South and all States West people, declaring that, if elected, he he strikes centre. of the Mississippi, giving them 236 votee would not be a candidate for Chairman It. P. Stoll, of the appel- large fire on the wharf within 10 days. In the 2:30 list there are'l4 animals Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and Manand the election. We hope so and at which to say the least was a little pre- late district commlttea, has called the 16, at Lexing- - bearing the name of Prince. mature. present it looks so. ufacturer of Picture Frames, committee to meet July Stanford, Ky. 22-inIem-Stitchcd partment. Come with the Cash and get Double Its Value in Seasonable Merchandise. The reputation of our business, its most valuable possession and its Low Prices, which is your guarantee of Square Dealing. Shrewd buyers can compare the styles for styles and the quality for quality and find our prices on a general average from 25 to 50 per cent. Lower Than Elsewhere. Another week of Unequalcd Bargains. Every Article Worth Double tnc money. Read the list: Ladies' East Black Corsets .$c, worth 75c. Ladies' Summer Corsets 45c. 10 yards of Zephyr Gingham, with 5 yards of Colored Hamburg, all for Coc. ch Wash Silk at 24c. Ladies' Side Combs 5c and 10c, worth ioc and 15c. Ladies' I White Handkerchiefs 5c, worth 10 Ladies' White Embroidered Handkerchiefs ioc, worth & Silk-Finis- hed y die-grac- e. a LOUISVILLE STORE. of (uii.t,i; WfMiWi&WiM3iXi ft?ffifaffiuFtt!?;rvyu? -- TT AT YOUR PRICE. W. H. WEAREN & CO. n Your Account Remains UnDaid. World-Heral- d. H. J. McROBERTS. I-- AT two-thir- W. P. TATE, Stanford IT PAYS TO BUY I Lank-hear- For The Next Thirty Days ... W. W. WITHERS, - GOOD COODSandIOW PRICES wild-eye- 'iin.mii'M. -.i i.uni mmrmremtmnmmm ,0& &! StMi-WEELLK iNTERloUoiIkMI. prices. Craig A Honker. - PuEScniiTios work done at lowest cash " Btamfokd, Kt., July Bbautii'UL line of decorated Fruit Sau11, 1896 cers at Warren A Shanks.' m m E. C. Walton, Business Manager. You should tnko your prescriptions to Penny's drutf store where prompt and accurate service Ih guaranteed. Sawed shingles, oak fencing and pop lar boxing for sale by II. J. Mcltoberts. " Our trusses aro giving perfect satisfaction. See our lines beforo purchasing. Craig A Hocker. t Your account was due July 1, and it must bo settled. 1 need tho money and can't wait on you. W. B. McRoberts. 1 m Tub white teachers' Institute will bo held during the week beginning Aug. 17, with Prof, T. 0. Cherry, of Bowling Green, conductor. The colored institulo will be a week later and Prof. C. 0. Monroe will conduct it. -- THE- State College of Kentucky in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering-Civil Engineering, Classics. Normal School Work and in three Scientific Courses of Study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. County apjwintces receive tuition, inatrirulation, room rent, fuel and lights free. County apiointcos who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive trav eling expenses. Board in Dormitory $2 per week, in private families $2 to f I. For catalogues and other information, address JAM 13 K PATTERSON. Ph. I) . LL. D President, Lexington, Ky. 2-- l'lillbUXAL i'OlXTS. Mus. Maiiy J. MiLi.bii is (jnito sick, Hi.sdsok Hailky M Kb is at homo from Gray-so- u. I S Eva Bailuy, of Mercer, is tho guest ol Mre. J 0. McOlary Miss .Maiiy Woodson, ol Casey, is tho guest of Mth. Ed Wilkinson. Mil. J. It. JfuNNELLEY, of the is with the old folks at home. Mus. U.I). Sim ion nnu Miss Helen Thurmond, of Lancaster, were hero Saturday. Ma. Matt Woodson, of Mlddlesboro. has Joined his wife and children at Mr. 0. J. Crow's. Misa Lkna Lackey returned yesterday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Lackey at HarrodsburR. Miss Annik Jknmkob, of St. Louis, arrived Friday to visit Misses Clara aud Ophelia Lacker. Mm. U. H. Iankj returned from Baltimore Sunday, where he left hia mother much improved. Miss HrrriK Paxton and Joo P. Hur-twent to Pittsburg yesterday to visit Georguand Will Burton. MisbKat Bi.ain has at last rocelved the draft forthu balance due teachers for last year and is now disbursing it, much to their delight. Mk. William Mohkland is back from prospecting tour of Illinois and I ndia-n- a. a thoroughly satisfied that there I no place like Kentucky Miss Annik Duns, of this place, Iub been selected by the trustees of tun Mile school district to teach that school ahu will begin August 3d. ews says tliat Thk Klizibethtown Rev. and Mrs. John M. Brueo nave a conundrum party the other night that proved a very enjoyable atMr Mn. J. H Uhbkk, who haa been down with the measles for three weeks, was wed enough to come up town yesterday. ConslableT. J. Benedict's wife and live children are down with that disease. Mkhkb Joshua Sto.sk. of Waahinctcn, L. 0., and Will S Stone, of Liberty, were here Friday. The former is in the auditor's department, nndercivilservico rules and is ou a viait to his parents at Liberty Miis. Alice Newland, of Crab Orchard, has just returned from Indianapolis, whore she attended the burial of her only sister. Our heartiest sympathies are with her In the hour of deepest sorrow. Mr. and Mkh. Gboikib 0. Kbllkii and children, Josephine and h arris, arrived Saturday and are the frnm Waahint-toguests of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Earns. Mr Keller is in the public printing olllce and hna n furlough of two weeks. MEM If. W. II. AND JKfcHK Thayloh wer in Cincinnati laet week visUinir their friends, the Messrs Paxton They were treated to a ride on the Ohio river in the Messrs. Paxton's private boat, "Island Queen," which cost J75.CXX). Stato-at-Luge, ou Stole Hoas. Charlie Adams, a good Boforu you condemn the cash looking white boy, was placed in jail Now lathe timo to have your buggy Bystem, give it a trial. You can pay spot bogs painted. Let tho St. Anaph Company cash if you will make an eflort. Hig-gi- ns yesterday charged with stealing two Mr. W. P. Grimes. Tho hogs were from & McKinney. doit. found in hia poeseesion, but he claims Maoic stock and chicken food, best Conbtaiile Benedict arreetod John be bought them of a colored boy, Craig A Baker on a writ sent from Casey, but ho and cheapest on tho market. With some exceptions the Lincoln Uockur. gave bond and the otllcer let him go. He county democracy will accept tho Chicaand Youii account in due and ready for you. was wanted for flourishing hia pistol go ticket. Mr. M. J. Farris, who was up pay me ahooting on tho public highway. I need money and ask that you from Boyle yesterday, 'said that a few at once. II. C. Uupley. Thk U B. F. picnic, which will occur gold men there say they will not support woods, is go- it, but tho large majority will. It seems Yolmi account at M. S. A J. W. Baugh-man- 'a next Friday In Vandeveer's ing to draw like a sticking plaster. All to be Bbout that way all over the State Is ready for you aud you must Nethe colored peoplo in this and adjoining and country. ttle it at once. Don't fail. counties will be hero and we trust the Yot'ii account is now ready for you, order will make a good thing. I'AUM AND TllA DE HUMS. and you will lay me under obligations to Well improved farm for sale G. B. Attention ia called to the advertiseyou by settling at once. G. L Penny, College, which appears Barnett, Hubble, Ky. ment of the Stato Etor . May Day, 2:18j, went a mile in 2:12J, In this issue. Under the management of Mus. J. A Hammond lias sent in her President James K. Patterson, assisted last half in 1:01, at Chicago. resignation as postmaster at Hubble. Tho by an ablecorpB of teachers, this instituFarris A Hardin eold to Josiah Bishoflice was tendered In Mr. IJammond, tion has becomo one of which tho whole op and 0. Vanoy a bunch of hogs at 3.10. but he will not have it either. The old "Letcher Farm" in Mercer, State is proud. The course is thorough Thk bicycle races and clay pigeon tour- and practical and such that fits the near Burgin, sold the other day at f35. nament that were postponed ou account student for any walk In life. About 80 horses were burned to of the inclement weather on the lth will death in an JSO.OOO fire at Columbus, 0 occur on Thursday, July 12.5, says the It is said that Joseph Phelps, of the Jaraea King sold to Thomas RobinSouthern end of the county, and James son a bunch of fat heifers and steers at Danville Advocate. King, of the East Eud, Bre each very 2c IN a fight between Dan Moore and AlanxiouB for thu republican nomination Lightning killed three $30 steers bebert Colley near McKiuney Friday, the for sheriu", and will give our old friend, longing to Maj. John D. Harris, of Madlatter was severely cut in the neck and Josiah Bishop, tne best in theirshops to arm. The trouble camo up over a triv- secure it. They all know it is a waste of ison. F. P. Bishop has bought in the laBt ial matter, when Doiley called Moore a time, but will be satisfied with whatev- few days several bunches of sheep at d n He. er lion, r there is in getting the nomina- $1.75. la worthy of remark that not one of tion the oflice. It takes mighty little It John F. Cash sold to Lyon A Allen the 13 convlr.ts, taken to the penitentiary to safhfy some people. "o hogs at 3c and some butcher BtutT at from this county last week, is a democrat. Tim county court was presided over by 2 to 2Jc. of them is a republiEvery G. B. Barnett Bold to D. N. Prewitt Squire W. L. Dawson yesterday, in place can and the rada will lose that many 19 hogs at 3c and 4 cows and 1 yearlinga of the regular judge, who is drawing pay votes next fail unless Gov. Bradley comes ISO. for work he doesn't do, while chasing the fori to the rescue James Sbelby bought in Marion is not comphantnsnugoriaof an oilice, he It continues to rain, and sometimes in petent to fill Tho will of Mrs Hannah county a bunch of heifera at S3 and a few Cash. it m . r Instruction Opens September is provided IO, 1896. CASH BASIS AT PEHMTS MUG STORE, After having for some time considered the advantages and disadvantages of the Cash System of doing business, we have been forced to the conclusion that it is right, and in the end, the best for both buyer and seller. On Wednesday, July 15, we will begin this system, viz: Buying and Selling for Cash Only, and we feel sure that we shall be able to satisfy both old and new customers that this move is best both for them and for us. We will carry a Better and Larger Stock of Goods than ever before and feel sure that we shall be able to please you in service, in quality of goods and in price. Yours for Business, G. I.. PENNY, Ex'or. A FEWWQRDSTO UR R 1 fr After careful deliberation between doing business on a cash and credit system and in view of the fact of the unsettled condition of finances, we have decided to Adopt the Cash System, ad I morning, which waa almost equal to a beater, will go Into Bailey A Drye's for the fair season. cloudburst, did Home little damage to W. hands W. Withers' etore, Ed WiUtnson'H bar Thomas Metcalfe, Wilmore, sold to ber shop, and considerable to Mrs A. A. J. B Embry, 17 cattlo average weight 1- ,McKinney's millinery store and Mr. R. 300 pounds at 3Jc Jessamine Journal. B. F. Robinson, tho Garrard county Williams' garden and cellar The Bewor Dealers In on Main street waa stopped up and the trader, bought her yesterday 25 hogs of washed through Mr. Williams' S. J. Embry at 2 90 and 25 of Josh Jonea water s and through at 3c. garden into tho A I'l'NNY mistake occurred in a disA bay mare mule cama to my farm them to Main street. The water was patch sent from here to the Louisvillo in response to tho question "How nearly a foot deep in Mr. Withers' store about 15 days ago. Owner can get her Times John Baughman, do the domocratfl in Stanfor regard the aud the barber Bhop whon the owners by calling at once. Stanford. Bir Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of nomination9" The correspondent an- went to open up that morning. Jonas Weil shipped five care of exswered "Some democrats on first blush Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Tub Lancaster Record savs that port cattle to Nelson Morris, of Boston, say they will not support Bryan, but tho greatUerndon is satisfied that Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. which averaged pounds and were majority will fall into line." It was ness is but a name and that fame ia an bought from James Ferguson and JaBper printed in the paper "Some democrats at empty bubble A fellow dropped Into OtTutt, at $3.90. Bourbon News. tirxt blush and say, Ac." the captain's office tho other day and inL.T. Neat, of Adair county, sold priquired for Letcher Owsley. He was di- vately to II. C. Arnold, of Garrard, here n Tn public duly appreciates the Union Telegraph Go's, free gift of rected to Mr. Owsley's oflice, but found yesterday 24 1,000 pound cattle at 2.S5. abthe convention news from Chicago. All that the young limb of the law was Col. B. F. Robinson, of Lancaster, en eam. After waiting around an hour.and gineered trie ileal and made the operators were permitted to tako the Neat, who BYbulletins free of chargo and they were Mr. O. Btill being non est, the fellow is a republican, take the full amount in inwent back to the captain's oflice and silver. sent out so promptly that the people of Wo are in recoipt of an invitation to Stanford knew in lees than a minute af- nocently inquired: "Is there any other Mil. W. D. Wkatiuhkokd, of Huston-vill- e, terwards what was being done in the lawyor in town but Mr. Owsley?" And the Laurel County Fair Association's excamo upon Wednesday to attend convention. TIiIh oflice U indebted both thereupon the captain fainted. hibit which will be held AuguBt 26, 27 and 2S. The otllcers this year are J. T, the funeral of his frirnd, Jerry Powers to the company And its accommodating Shot iub Wife -- The news came Fri- - Williams, nresidont: V A. v5n Mr. Weathorford formerly resided here, agent here, Mr Joe S. Rice, for keeping day night that Finley Campbell had Bhot preBijnt; r, m. Jackson, treasurer, and m! with bis brother Georue. has more us furnished with the latest. ...., ...... ... and killed his wife at their home over the Carl Hanser, secretary. The fair promfriends than most anybody." Kiel And Funeral Director. Thk meeting of the South lviBtern knobs Sberitr Nowland went to the ises to be tho biggest in the history of mo nil Register Ver- scene and found tho woman shot in the Kentucky Medical Society at Mt. Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, the association. non, was, Dr. J Q Carpenter tells us, the shoulder, arm aud breast, but not serious' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. A good crowd attended court yesterCITYAXOVICIXITV. His term of oflice ex- ly wounded. Campbell had tied, sayinc day, but very little business was done. beet in its history Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e New chain bracelets at DankB'. pired aud be delivered a splendid ad- he was going to kill hiuibelf. The officer There were some d cattle on the dress, "Who are the Physician's Greatest returned to town and shortly afterwards market, but only a few head of butcher Wk tit spectacles. J)anke, the jewelEnemies and What Shall the End Be9" tho would-b- e uxorcide came in, with his biutr changed hands. The price paid er. was 21c. B. F. Robinson, of Garrard, which wus received with many evidences 32 pistol in his hand and gave himself up. l)0Uliht Beverfli Rnj of fnt ca'ttle at of hearty approval. Ho also gave some Skk W. II. Wearen A Co.'a Campbell told a reporter for this paper M. J. Farris, of Danville, several aged dow. at 150, which was the extent of interesting demonstrations on canvasa of the following story "For two years my mules Wagons at cost to close out at Farris A the various stages of stricture and other WHO IIIU, T I. ...... nn, !,..,,! Y.or..illt. ,r.,.atVi. . iuu l,nuro " l" UJ !. i uoio uuuiisu diseases. Tho election of otlicera result Hardin's, er, hut I did not know Bhe was untrue to r NKW ADYKBTIHEME.VT8. ed in the selection of Dr. W. M Hern-dome until my little eon told me that be Tin cans Bud Bealing wax at Warren president; Dr. of Barbourvilie, had seen her with her arms' around A Shanks'. Parker, of Corbln, vice president, and Achlles Orutchfield In my own house. S. Siiiiit waist BeU), bellB and buckles to Dr. J. K. Mason, of London, secretary This occurred several months ago, but It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, and treasurer. A banquet at the Miller my son did not tell me about it until close at cost. Danks. subject to the action ol the democratic party. House followed, at which wit and humor immediately to see Crutch-fielvaI wont O.hk or two rooms In the Iioubo just DISSOLUTION. aa well as many other good things were who ia my nearest neighbor, and cated by Capt. W. H. Klrby for rent. on tap. The association now numbers The partnership heretofore existing between Fayoe 1'ettus. Druggists, while he denied having been intimate this day been dissolved by at Crab Orchard, has Misa Llccie Bearley. mutual convent. ParGl aud is constantly growing. The next with my wife, hia looks showed that he ties owing the firm will please settle at once. KAYNK PETTUS, Crab Orchard. A cavk in at l'roctor'a tunnel on tho meeting will be at Williamsburg. had. I asked him to go with me to Bee 10 C. V. branch Saturday caused eight or of the my wife, who was at Adam Petrey's, Linniktta's Oi'bninq Hoi'.r-Ohours delay in traflic. most delightful hops that haa been en- which he did, and there both of them - their innocence. I then ssked Fukk Silvkr Johnson Ib the happiest joyed by the young people of this section protested my wife to go home with me, when she man in the county. He says that Bryan for some time was that at Linnietta and said Springs Friday night. It was the first of called me a Negro I am still agent for Fulls L'ranch Coal and will is Rolng to beat McKlnley 10 to I kinds of Coal, so you get such the season and the belles anil beaux were she was going to her father's house and keep a supplyat of alllowest pmslble prices for Cash. as you want the a good democrat and thero in numbers to see that tho weekly that Crutchfiold ehould go with her. This Fkank Gkbkn, J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. clever young man, formally announces hops at that charming summer resort waa more than I could stand and I tried his candidacy for asaeMor In this Issue. started off right. Tho music was excel- to kill her. I was driven to it, for God lent, the ovening was propitious and if knows if there ever was a man who has Thk long continued rain la playing there was anything to prevent the young had trouble I am the one. I came very I will at the Rim ell Springs, in Kuisell county! havoc with Borne wheat crops, tho shocks folks from having a royal good time it near killing myBelf, I waa so miserable." r many casea being green with sprouts. in was not apparent. The ball room was Campbell's looks indicated that he was 8, 1896, (lowin deep distress and he cried like a child Thk eflccta of Hon. W. U. Millor were artistically decorated with bunting, Offer lor sale about he talked. His wife is a daughter sold at auction yesterday and brought ers and evergreena and tho scene pre- while of the sented when tho merry danco was at full of Yancey Smith. She had frequently 200 Acres of Land, Including Rusvery low prlcee, as not many knew blast waa one not soon to be forgotten. At left him, he said, and on various occassell Springs, ealo- 11:30 Manager Owona and wife invited ions threatened to leave him and marry will meet Mia with all the Household aod Thk Earnest Workers their gueBta to refreshments that were Borne of her neighbors. She is only 20, Toctther upou a credit ol 6, i and 18 Kitchen Furniture, months, Mary O'Neal Kvana and Mabel Myers at served in the second story and for an and is Baid to be good looking. Camp- eual installments. This sale is to settle the esG TurnerBville church from 3 to Saturday hour or more the good things wero dis- bell has three children by his first wife tate of A. M. Vauchan, deed H DU.VHAK. H Master Com'r Russell Circuit Court. July 18th. AH Invited to como cussed. Thero is already a nice little and her treatment of them is said to have HERD OV afternoon, S THX trouble, lie was placed bring 10 cents for refreshments. and Thoroughbred . crowd at the springs and this week will commenced the will be tried appli- bring many others who engaged rooma under guard and next examination for white were selected from in. beatjierds - ,,.ders Thk "Killia" Crutcbfield, who waa here severa. u.uw Saturday as soon as they heard that they would be -- r .W. i.mouf breed of swine in cants will occur Friday and yesterday, eaya he can and will prove at Trier will be a meeting ot the' stockholders of States. A splendid lot ol pts . Satisfaction "'.i. asea applicants, a open. The Messrs. Owens, senior and and that for colored of the the Cumberland Valler Land Co. at their office in ftr iale, next that he is Innocent u.... . Address .Stanford, Ky.. on Wednesday, July 15, 1P96, for euaranteeu. rYiirelDOnucukc Mies Kate junior, and Mrs. Owena are doing all in the trial Directors. At week later, 24th and 2oth. purpcte 01 P. BRONAUGH, their power to make their guests happy charge made by Campbell and that the the on the sameelecting Nine bqard will meet 3and M. Blainaska ub to say to those who will be and are demonstrating to all their fitness latter ia trying to bring hlin Into the cbbo orcanije. . day the new J. S. HOCKER, Crab Orchard, Secretary, be examined that she will 03 on hand to to gain Bympathy. In order for the positions they occupy. provide them with stationery. to-da- Beginning Monday, Ji'lv 13th, 1S96. To those who have been prompt in paying their Accounts we are especially thankful, and to all who have given us so liberal a share of torrents, till the earth is thoroughly sat- Jones, which waa contested by her hus- fat cattlo at 3c. A good farm to rent in Boyle county their patronage, we kindly ask you to continue with us under the sysurated and vegetation looks like it does band, F. J. Jones, because she gave most firmly believing that at the end of each year all in May. The corn crop is spreading it of her property to tho Methodist Orphans' to the right man for 3 to 5 years. In- tem we have adopted, will be better satisfied, and as an evidence of this fact no mer oarties self and judging from the crops along the Home at Louisville, was finally probated. quire at this office. Wo are paying the highest price for chant or customer who has followed this principle will abandon it. pike.iH going to bea bigone "Fair and Mrs. B. 0. Penny backer was granted liNo. 1, good wheat. See ua before you Again thanking you for your patronage and promising to sell goods warmer Tuesday" predicts tho signal ser- cense to retail liquors at Kingsville. Bell. R. R. Noel A Son. at the lowest living prices, we remain, Very Respectfully, vice. ... Kate Mallov, W. A.Tribble'B world The heavy rain of early Saturday Mohk thau 12 yearn ago the Mt. Sterling Gazette was established by J. C. A L. T.Wood. Since then it has had many vicieMtudes and once or twice has been ho Id under the hammer. The original owner have again come into possesion of it. May it live long and prosper under their watch care. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. y FARRIS & HARDIN, store-room- Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. 1 Capt-Willia- n Prices to Suit The Times. UNDERTAKENC -- Wee-tor- j. c. nrcxARY Practical Trimmer, mloalmor f - - P! 30-od- - 17c-wi- u- 1 uiiiij i6'" r n, FRANK GREEN Fri-da- y. d, Now is the time to buy Ladies', Mis- - 3;-- st A-- no COAL I h ses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. Prices Very Low. ' XTotioe Sal of Land. Saturdays August Severance & Son. BLUK-GUAS-- to-da- y. NOXICE. Duroc-Jers,- ey a ij JrJXiD. to-d- ay R. H. tmmmiavamvt fnJni M u Semi-Week- ly Three Uvea were loat by the burning Low rates will be made for round trip ol a hotel at Bnflalo. tickets via the Queen & Oreecent Route, Publlabod Every Tuoaday and Friday Three persona were drowned by tho for the following occasions: AT capsizing of a canoe at Wellebnrg, W. iyr Piattaburg, T. Y., Catholic Summer a YJCAit Va. School, July 5 to Sept. 1. WWhcn not iopatd S2.60 will be charged." Jhmea Gregory, of Louisville, tell Detroit, Mich , Ancient Order Hiberfrom hia train at Midway and waa in nians, July K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. atantly killed. B. InteriorJourna. MORE NEWS NOTES. QUEEN AND CRESCENT. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Residence House In Stanford, with on sam lot, for sale. Tho lotcontains a., acre, and can be easily divided, putting store house and residence on separate lots. At reason able price and en easy terms. Apply to 33tf J. N. SAl'NDKKS, Stanford, Ky. A goed e store-hous- J. B. THOMPSON, Is a candidate for Congress In this, tho Kighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic COAX. LBTOTlCa. I Am rushing things for our new Plant. We will be ready in a few ilavs In the mean time we will take orders to be filled from the car cheap and good. Let us hear from you NOEL A SON. Party. per advance F. UOLDA9I subject to the action of the democratic party. ItUI 14-2- Baron Hirsch'a widow donated $20, Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 4:0s 000,000 to aid Russian Jews in immigrat p. m., returning at 4:30 p. m., and g:op. in. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Wo. 4, Train going No, so, ' Wo. 13, " No. 13, Milwaukee, Wis., 10-1- 9. Y. P. U.JMeeting July Q. North.. South . . " 11 37P m . 3 13 a m ,11 04 p m . 1 03 p m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train 1 pan Junction City ai follow! : No. North No, t South 12.07 P 3 " 6 s ' . o " "to no Hotk. Not. 4 and s and ill and 10 runthere, fur trains atop City. her than Junction 11.09 a ra 11.35 am 8.1s p m " 4 " " " ..3.4a p m ..1.00 p m ..3.15 .6.00 a m Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, i i ii A head end collision occurred on the O. &. N. W. in Missouri Valley, caused by the engineer forgetting orders and 27 persons were killed. Former State Senator Iden, of Newark, 0., and a companion in crime, were sentenced to two years' imprison Bucklln'a Arnica Salve' ment each for bribery. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruisess A lynching is in prospect at Beatty-villsores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapwhere William Wyatt Is in jail ped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin crupuons. no pay repuired. It Is cures oiarged with wife beating and criminal ill positively to give piles, or satisfaction or money perfect luaranteed refunded. Price 15 cents per box. For sale by assault on his daughter. V. II. McRoberts druggist. Aa the result of a political discussion at Cave City, Ky., two brothers named Two LIvob Saved. Grimes, were shot and seriously woundMrs. PboebeTnouus, of Junction City, III., was told by her doctors she had consumntion and that ed by Wfll McOlanaban. there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. her King's Frank Steinle, a Columbus, O., she saysNew Discovery completely curt--Kggers, and it saved her life. Mr. Thos. tjj brute, struck his wife with brass knucka Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without when she threatened to leave him, and result every thing cite then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Dlscoery and in two weeks was she will likely die as a result. cured. Fie is naturally thankful. It is such re Lewisburg, Tenn., has a pencil fac- suits of which these are samples, that proe the wonderful efficacy tory with a daily output of 200 gross of colds. Kreo trial of this medicine In coughs and bottles at W H. McRoberts' penholders and 2,000 gross of pencils. Drugstore. Regular size joe and Jt. About 230 hands are employed. Old People. Ten years ago Thomas Wilkinson, of Old people who require medicine to regulate remedy Laporte, Ind., stuck a rusty nail in his the bowels and kidneys will find the truenot in Electric Bitters. This medicine does foot. The wound has troubled him since contains no whisky nor other but acts as a tonic and an alterative. Ii acts and he has just died from the effects of only on the storaachc and bowels.addioj; strength it. and giving tone to tne organs, tbercby aiding aa the functions. ElecJohn Mathis criminally assaulted ture in the performance of appetiser and aids di tric Hitters Is an excellent Mrs. Nath Garner, near Brandon, Miss., gestion. Uld people nna just exactly wna. mcj : : heed. Price and when Garner, bearing his wife's drugstore, soc per bcttle at w. u. :Robtrts' Office on Laccaster Street, at Residence. cries, rusbeJ to her assistance, Mathis Mrs. Khodle Noah, of this place, was taken in stabbed him to death. DOC DRYK the night with cramping pains, and the nest day CARROLL BAILEY. The commission appointed by the diarrhoea set in. She took a half bottle ct blackbut Indiana legislature to investigate prac- berry cordial, had got no rrl.el. She then sent to anything that would help her me to see if I on public I sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choleticability of working convicts Proprietors ra and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first dose reroads baa concluded that the plan is not lieved her. Acother of our neighbors had been sick for about a wees and had tried different rempracticable or economical. edies for diarrhoea, but kept getting worse. I sent were reOnly Judge Parker issued an order againBt him this same remedy. says hefour doses recovery STANFORD, KY. owes his quired to cure him. its the warden of tho Frankfort penitentiary to this wonderful remedy Mrs. Mary Sibley, "Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness. s roadsters and to show cause why be should not be held Sidney, Mich. find prepared tor sale. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Good saddlers bought and sold on commission. in contempt for failure to produce Con'half.raile trade and best stables in the country. 8 vict John Gatlin in conrt to testify in a Last summer one ofoar grand children was sick case. with a severe bowel trouble. Our doctor's remedies had tailed, then we tried Cba Jiberlaln's Colic, The Kentucky prison commissionCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very It ers claim to have made a most advan- speedy relief. We regardlor as the best medicine bowel complaints. ever put on the market of the Mrs. E. G Groorj, Frederickslown, Mo. This tageous coutract for the out-pcertainly is tho best medicine ever put on the Marfactory. A. Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. penitentiary chair the contractorD. whoee market tci dysentery, insummer complaint, colic children. It neter fails and cholera infantum tin, of Chicago, is to give prompt relief when used In a reasonable his Iriends and neighbors for bid has been accepted. Wishes to thank time and the plain printed directions arc followed their natronsee and respectfully asks to bo re mothers have espressed their sincere gratiA liquidating bank in New York Manyfor the cures it has effected. membered in the future. Mr. Granville Hali tude vou at any time, uill be found readv to serve with assets amounting to $330,000 has For sale by Craif A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. nice line of Caskets, Coffins, Robes, &e., to M been wound up at a cost to ita stock113m lee from always on hand. holders of $1S.G5. Generally it is the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cure, colds, J W. McGINNIS, assignee and the law- croup and whooping cough It is pleasant, safe J. V. COOK ant reliable. shop. other way. The la chirge paint shop. In charge trimming yers get S33o.9S7.35 and the stockholders For sale by Craig & Hocker. Htanlord Ky. get ?1S.G5. THOMAS Y. Cupid breaks his bow at the sight of a lace full Another effort will be made to run of pimples. Hollo cbesks, sunken eyes and a complexion lll DANVILLE, KY., out the liquor sellers in Bowling Green sallow is more than skin dfy his best intentions. deep. The skin is mereBeauty a Sam Jones crusade the town ly the snrface on which Is written in plain . hai Builder and Dealer in All Kinds After actera the condition of the body I)r fierce's went dry while the people were in a sort Uolden Medical Discotery is eotid for the comof Carriages. of pious paroxysm, but when they re- plexion because It makes the whole body health; Repairing a Specialty. Work dsne and warrantbecause It clears and purifies the blood, makes give satisfaction. All work done when gained their normal condition, prohibied to th. digestion strong and clears out lmpuitics ol All accounts due when all kinds. Ky increaiini tbe ability to assimilate firemised. Your patronage solicited. tion wbb chased out with a sbaip stick. 90 nutritious food, and by the infusion of Its own iu A local grocory company has been gradients it enriches the blood and so makes solid, healthy fltsh. It cures diseases of the lungs, liv organized in this city, composed of mer- er, stomach, bowels, skin and scalp, simply l : : spring from the same cause chants worth over $350,000, for the pur- cause all these diseases and consequent impure ) a disordered digestion blocxl pose of conducting a cut price grocery business. They propose to sell groceries HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. at less than wholesale prices, and will "Wert his services o the people of West Lin- - handle nothing but standard goods of the ull stock of Coffins beat quality. rain mil Casev Counties, Paris Kentnckian. always on hand e, d and all diseases of the blood and mr Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield tx its curative powers and when cured it "" Keeps rou Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B. Twjdwell, Hubble. J. A. Hammond, Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. ing to Argentina. A rem, Ind.. man pulled bis son's ear off whon he fonnd out the boy had been smoking cigarettes. Samuel Roberts, a yoang Breathitt county schoolteacher, was drowned at the mouth of Lost Creek. Tho Chattahoochee river, in Georgia, is out of ita bnnks, and enormooa damage to crops baa resulted. Perry Flendere, aged IS years shot William Brown, '21, in a church near Vanceburg Saturday nigbt. Marshal John Lovelace waa fatally shot at White Plains, by W. A. Ewing, whom he was trying to arrest. Ten car loads of pint and quart whig, ky flasks were shipped from Anderson, Ind., to South Carolina in one day. Over 10,000 bodies were cremated in the past 12 months, 963 in crematories and the rest in tenement house fires. A fire which originated in establishment at Nashville, de a '.roved the whole block and caused a Rosen-heim'a ife C. to Latonia, 1J fare for round sTAirronD Female College. President. Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegi1896-- SAMUEL M. OWENS ject to the action of the democratic putty. FOR SAT.TT.. trip from Somerset and other points North. Wilaiam Sif ELTON, W. O. Rt.NKARSos, G. P. A., Oincinua ti.O. . Chicle Excursion, Ber-ca- JAMES B. GENTRY ject to the action of the democratic party. support is earnestly solicited Is a candidate for SherlfTol Lincoln County, sub- Desirablc Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acre of Land, For Hale. Has on it a good, com- fortable Dwelling ot bis Kooms, and all necessary outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for waterlog stock, also a splendid, never failing well. For futthcr particulars apply to Your J AS. I' i6 Manfotd, Ky. ll.ILE. Write O. D. ate Courses of Study. Schools of Music, Art and Elocution. general passenger agent Kentucky 7 will open.Mon The Scholastic Year for Midland, Frankfort far information re- day, bept. 7, and continue forty weeks. Hofore deciding to what school you will send garding the steamboat excursions from High Bridge or Shakertown to Frank- your daughters, be sure to scud fcr our Cutl.lojjuu. Address MRS. NANNIE S. SAlTe'LEY, fort. Arrangements are completed for Lady Principal lf handling large excursion parties by rail to High Bridge, thence Kentucky river ateamer "Burnside" to Frankfort, and home again by rail. There is no more delightful excursion than this trip. EMMETT McCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Ltnceln County, subject to th action of the democratic patty. otir support is earnestly solicited. ESTBAY. mare mule came to A mouse colored my place ten days ago. Th owner ran get her by paying for hsr keep and this adacrtismitnt. t L. D IIIUGHT. July5,'v. J7-4- . Tv 2I. I ELKIN CRAB ORCHARD -- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, UPPHHE th. Owsley JOE T. EMBRY Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln Couuty, subject to th. action el the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support loss of 1400,000. They wero purchased by J. D. Avery in the spring of 1S93, when they weighed 4,100 pounds. They were campaigned through the eastern fairs of '93 and '94 aa draft oxen and never met their equal. They drew 11,600 pounds on a drag eight feet at one pull, in dirt on a dead level. These oxen are now seven yeara old, weigh 6.100 pounds, are 17 'hands high, girt nine feet four inches, and measure 14 feet 9 inches from tip to tip and each weighs in the same notch. The largest oxen in the world are the pair of thoroughbred Holstems bred by Joshua Ray, of Bellingham, Mass. SPRVGS Stanford, Ky. Offlc NOW OPEN.- - over McRoberts' Drug Store in iluilding. Present Engagements Give Promise of Largest Attendance for Years. New Thomas' ICE). I will lh.ic. New Chefs. New lieu. write for terms. CUS HOFMANN, J5tf Proprlotor. Hay Rakes FOR- - frcui now on deliver the Stanford Factory,! Ice regularly every morning, Price 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. An y araonnt 10 and too lbs. at kcln. All b ills must positively t paid the first ot each m nth. K. BREMER. lteen SHELBY & SHELBY, - Linnietta Livery, Fccl ONIjT $14. Props. Sale Stable, and Springs, Junction City, Kontucky. Junction Citv, Kv. J. K. VanArsdale s Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Vary Reasonable Rates, A portion of vour patronage Is respectfully solicited, it 6a. Firai-Clas- Opens Monday, July 6. Com Ono, Come All. New Management, THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. and Ribbons Handsome goods bol Low Prices Dress making done id Ue latest ttvle and on short M I). OlDDKRAR. notice. MRS. KATK DLDDKRAR. And ir. the new Hats at Mis Duddtrar's Tern pl. ol Fashion this week. New Legon. new Fanamu, all the new J'srslan streets lo Mowers 2&. W. JOEDNTSOIT, And The Is Agent for The New York Lile Ius. Co. Aotnn Accidont Insuranco :db. w. B. PBinr"?". intoxi-can- t, The most accessible Summer Resort In Kentucky The greatest diversity ol Mineral Waters I to be found any where White nulphur, Illack Milphur, Chalybeate, Kpsom, Magnesia, Salt, Alum, Ac, in an abundance. Hops every Friday cities with everything from am Write nlht Music by spltndid orchestra. Table for Is Inew back prettythe the Millinery line A that visit In snd Circular and Analysis of waters to my store will convince you that this stock Is thi moil complete. & Klcgant Im Linens and Embroidery Material. B. MISSLICC1K HKAZLEY, 16 Junclios City, Ky Stanford, Ky TO THE LADIES Company. Ilit and Most Favorable Terms ol Insurance, first-Clas- s J. OWENS SON, Two Farms For Sale. lit Dentist, Stanford, Ky. 11 J. B. HIGCINS, DEALER IN COAL, Stanford, Ky. feci Inclined to deal with me, and by square dealing hope to merit the patronage ot all, I will sell you coal at 1 Having gone back into the Coal trade I will be glad to serve my old patrons and all new'ones who Train in j and Sale Stable First-clas- I arm No. i contains syi acres In Wtthlngton county, Ky . lb. greater part of which It in g rati, well watered with good improvement!, Itulud-ItJ- g Hew metal roof tobaccc barn for 10 acre crop This farm It situated iu what it pronounced the dlttrict In Kentucky for White Hurley Comfortabl.resldenca house. Farm N. s contains soo acres lo same locality, All psrions desiring Locust Pests for plank can Large slock and tobacco fence, post and railing or wiie feNce,Crt-ek- fiod with brick dwelling on barns. One of the best Improved farms what they want at my store near CHUr in th. county. - .J. frarn Crab Orchard to Manford I alto keep always on hand a good supply of plank Iloth farms art In fine state of pieseitalloo, well fnr f.tirlnr. All kinds el lumber fer building pur All persons ds-- watered ond fenced. Clot to K Jj. defol. schools, poses, also boards and shingles market and an a fine turnpike. tinng any article ot this kind can call on me at For informjti.u apply to Cedar Creek J. N. SAUNDERS. O W junei6,So Stanford, Ky. nsroTicE 3' o. , K- ..,.,.,,.. - ROCK BOTTOM PRICES . . J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, ut During tbe Summer, as low as you can buy it from the mines yourself, by the car, aa fsllws, for Spot Cash. ON IMPROVED FARMS ty, Cents Nut, delivered. .,) Cents In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent , semi anPittsbur? Lump, dent ered Address . u,S Cents nual interest; no commission charged. Huilulng, Jellico Lump, delivered OKO W DAW. Room ;, Kenjron . Falls Hranch Lump, delivered is Cents I.ouisville, Ky. For blank applications and Information, in.juir. ol J N. Saunders, AtOffice, Mill and Railroad Crossing, opposite i Roller ifills. torney, Stanlord, Ky. J. II. (((JINS, Stanlcrd, Ky 37 fur-th- MONEY To LOAN FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. Capital Stock Surplus 8100.000 23,700 John II. Cast'cman. A G. Lanham. 1 OYAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. SHAW, BERBEE & CESTLEEEE. MANAOKRS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. W. A. THIBBIiK, , LOCAI AGENT, - J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, Stanford, - ,17" Kentucky. Doors, Sash and Blin Metal Roofing, and Caskets D. H. Carpenter, Manager, CALL Attention of the public is invited to th. far that this is th. only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provisions of th National Rank are ncur.d not only by th capital stock, but bv the stockholders1 liability lor aa amount equal to tbo stock, so that depositors of this luiiitution are stcurad by a fund of 400,000. Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank Ky. are mad. each ytarto the United States gov.rs-m-nt and Iliaticts ar. .aamlned at stated time, All kinds of Carriage, liuL'gy and Wagon Makby government ag.nts, thus additiion. and Repairing done. Vehicles worked over and p.rfect tafsty 10 depositors. ing and made good as new. A H Kinley has charge This originally guarantybis Ospo.itinstitution, Stanford In established as the ol the painting department and Hank of iljS, then a specialty and for cash on work utd aa the National Hank of Stanford in iWj and ly Account, due is, of eachmnith again rs organised aa the First National Hank ol Stanford in isSj, has had practically an uninter1 II GRKEK. rupted eiistenceof t years It is better supplied , ew A. II. KINLkY now with lacilitles for trantactint;bniin.is prompt ly and liberally than ever bifor.in its long and bonorabl career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-tTh Directory of this Hank is composed ol Forestus Head, Lincoln county j n. UIL.BY. Proprlotor, 7. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; - - J. Ii. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Haydtn, Stanford; S. II. Haughman.1 Lincoln; I have moved to my new Hotel and am better rcparad than ever to accommodate the public, J.S. Hocker, St.oford; ood Livery attached' and every eonv.uienc. dt W. A. TribbU, Stanford, red. Give ra a call. M, D. Elmore, Stanford; FRANK RILXY. T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Mt.Vernoa.Ky M.S. Hacgiiman. J. W. Hacghmam. J. 8. Hocker, President; Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Asit.Cathler St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, ig - Iforte-Shceit- THE RILEY HOUSE d. London. Kontucky. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, morkiETOHS- 95 - ON-- ' MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. i ii M i . f The 1,500 couples married by Parson Neese, of Aubarn, Intl., will bold a re union Aug. 20. STANFORD, KY., Miss Sannie Gaines, a noted belle of Cents. Georgetown, Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only who has frequently visited Kor Baggage and Key unecics, oioiai uoccksoi all klnus. liadges, Dog License Checks, Key Grab Orchard, ia to be married soon to Rings, Chains, ivc. stamping on nieiai znu gen eral repairing. Shop over M. D. Elmoie s store, Keddell Parker, of New York city. S6 Buaford, Ky. Another pair of foola married the other day on bicycles. This time it waa at Jeffersonville, and the old 'eqnire who baa tied so many knota be oughtn't to & have tied, did the job. Kentucky. Oapt. John O'Day, of the K. O., one of the cleverest conductors who ever pullwork In every particuGuarantees lar. Prices reasonably. Has had 13 years' expo ed a boll cord, will take to himself a wife 9 3n lence. in the person of Miss at Oynthiana Ella Wood, who is both lovely and bean tiful, and here's hoping the new couple all the joys that happy wedlock can bring. r. BARKER, Proprietor, J. - The Bargin Grain Com piny, which bandies all tbe wheat in that section, Rata TWO DOLLARS Per Dar. baa decided to build wartibousea and m elevators on tbe Kentucky river at tbe Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Lri and Commodious Sample Rooms, Halli and office connected by Electric Bells. new lock, and ship via Louisville by V Frotapt and polit aervic. to guetta. steamboat. Nelson Harris, of Fairview, ill., baa airth TjrTM7C IwfllUk. In trad Md.llcing.l mania for dogs. He owbea over 100 tor leather on for cash or illiJilO. court days at SUnlord or at my hem la OttM-fel- and baa every variety imaginable. Chat. KaoaUa, Tanner. F. G. BRADY, a CV.;nrr1Ao UUlUglbO, Vn UlU, A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. LITERY, FEED & SALE Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Or STANFORD, KY STABLE, Is now fullyjorganuad and ready for business wita Kontucky. Paid up Capital of - Stanford, $200,000. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable. See us lor rates. ln our first-cla- ss Surplus, . 20,000. 7. A. A7EBS, First-Clas- Bricklayer s Stonecutter Stanford, lTGGninG$': - i (0AX. I :-- BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. first-clas- s Try our horse shoer, work and satifactory . to-d- ay 5 Bushels No. BARKER HOUSE, Wheat Screenings ror une uuiiai I A Splendid lot of Satisfaction Guaranteed. w ni Superior Plumbing! Bf a workman of If taken by July ioth. Somerset. Kentucky. Threshing Coal at 9c Per Bushel. I J. H. ;S5yH-&!- s m. lb BAUGHM.AN .Stanford, Kentucky. tsft vjsvs mt a CO., afiay .a i i i aMtwam' I 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE SUCCKSSOK toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, HANK OK STANKOKD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undet the same management. . . uy provisions or its chatter, depositors are as fnlly protected as aie depositors in NatloBil Hank... ... .....vuu,u.. k.:' t. , . . It. .... hnl.l... uciug nciu -tiaale to the eatcnt of tha amann. r inoividualln ,u therein at the par value thereof, in addition amount invested in such shares. It may to the .etaa .n.udiWdu.LmmUtIiU)r' ,rU,UC' C" Tp those who entrusted their bulslneis to us L,ncoln National Hank ol i3allBKi.,D fi, n4 C0Dtinu h"? ,endour many bisinW" their -- Sh1.us, offering as a guarantee for lion to ..Mil. uur iwentv var- - prompt altea-, -. ?"?, .J' '" b.?k'? J 1d" 1,J''ommodUonsV. sound banking. .Te Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Water Pipes, PorW celain Bath Tubs A specialty. S J.WillU,,Mt.v:,"oTa0;"t: li. Shanks, Stanford ; J. S. Owsley, SUnlord; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanlord; WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE. Gill edge reference In and out ol the State. Ask your Danville friends about my work. J. T. F. CLARKE, Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky. S, H. is.n. 0W'""Cniriiii, p,wbM, President, Or. Cash, Stanford; William Oooch, SUnlord; A. W.,Carpenter, Milled eTUle, r ,,, J. B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M, Bright, Teller. .11 n"