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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896072801 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. A emi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 28. 4896. MA vol. xxv. MA NO. 43 MIDDLE It UllG, CASE Y CO UNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CHAD ORCHARD. Since the sad occurrence at Yoeo A Oharleatou uian wnnta n divorce Tho ladies' aid society will meet with Mrs. Elizt Carson Ib a patient sufferbecause his wife snoreB eo loud he can mite the boys who have been jumping off Mrs L. F. Hubble Saturday afternoon. er dnring this warm weather and is daiand on trains have abandoned it. not sleep. Mrs. Mary L. Andereon reports that ly growing weaker. Quiteadisatlection exists among the she has 70 Mm.! -- Charley Harrity, juat 21, and College Home Is liberally patronized. pupils now in her school at Sarah Woods, twice a widow nud IS, democrats in regard to the Chicago plat. Mt. Hebron. Merry voices fill the spacious groundB form and some declare If they have free were married at IilootnlnKton, III. Mrs. Richard Ward entertained and the evening breezes catch up the Allen Hampton, of St. LouIb, fell in silver let's have free everything. Thursday evening in honor of a number sweetest strains of music. Many crops of wheat and oats are love with his stepdaughter and his wifo of her friends. A large delegation from here took n butcher being fed to hogs and cattle on account tried to end bis existence with Mies Mary D. Newland began teach- advantage of the kindness of Mr. A. H. of the continuous rain damaging the knife. ing the public school at Lawson's school-hous- e Bastin's free 'bus and attending camp -- Mr. K. N. Hatter, aged 71 years, of grain until it was not thought salable meeting at Cedar Creek. on Monday. Caeey county, and Mrs. Sarah Dawes, The Grain Bug eats the Farmer's Grain, Mrs. Mary Elkln entertained quite a We hope our worthy editors will The Bee aed 10, were married at the court house The ChinchBmj spoils his honey, number of her friends at an elegant din- honor us by their presence at our "Pink Bug fills his life with pain. Spec hla in this city list ing Inst Thursday. Tea." We promise yon our most cordial ine iium uug gets nis money. tator. Rev. W. P. Nelson preached at Crab greeting and the largest saucer of Ice The Casey County Union Sunday- Miss Eva Raines, daughter of Mr. Orchard Sunday morning and at Dripping cream that can bo found. Win. Raines, of Rowland, and Mr. J. P. School Convention meets at Dnnnville to Springs that evening. Crab Orchard is wearing her gayest McDonald, of the Cincinnati Southern, day and a large and interesting program Mr. Joseph E. Robinson, a bright, attire. Visitors from many qnarters aro were married Saturday by Rev. A. V. has been arranged besides addresses from brHiny young man, of Lincoln county, here luxuriating in the beautiful sunSlzemore. The bride Is a handsome girl able divines. will locate here to practice law. waters and shine, mineral, health-givinThe cheese and cracker railroad from of 18 and the groom appears to be a very Itev. W. L. Selby is conducting a re- exhilarating mountain air. The Springs Kiugsvilleto Yosemite will suspend all worthy young man. vival at Walnut Flat. He is amisted In are on a boom this season and the genial operations and be torn up on Aug. 1st. Flnley E. Collins, uuder a life senhis work by Rev, Newsom, of Hllrnon. proprietor, Mr. Hofmann, ia wearing his tence in the penitontiary, who was par- It will "fizz" out this time and not Miss Jennie Anderson, of near nsual smiling countenance and extenddoned by Acting Gov. Worthlngton, many will regret it. Preachersville, began teaching the public ing his cordial band shake to bis incomThe recent demand for hogs has school found upon his return to Letcher county e at the Beech Tree ing and outgoing guests. that his wife had married twice during caused a clean sweep in this section from Monday. The ladies of the Christian church Collins is sucklings to porkers Bnd the man who his 13 years' confinement Rev. Wm. Turner, of Richmond, ex- will give a "Pink Tea" next Wednesday fattens for winter use will have to pur changed now suing for divorce. pulpits with Rev. T. H. Camp-be- night, the proceeds of which will be deA peculiar double marriage is noon chase In other "deestricts." on Sunday and preached here at the voted to the purchase of new song books. Under the supervision of F. B. Lu Baptist to take place near Ashland. Several years church. It is hoped they will be liberally patronat;o two men eloped with each other's cas, Dr. J. T. Wesley is having his ollice Married last wek at Nicbolaaville, ized. Ice cream and other delightful wives, the latter securing divorces. They extended and remodeled and when com- Mr. John Ssgersy, aged 53 years, and ices, with the many varieties oi cake for married, each the other's divorced wife, pleted will be far superior of the old one Mrs. Martha Scriviner, 55. Both parties which the ladies of Crab Orchard are relived together a year or more, separated, both in looks and convenience. are from this county. nowned, will be served and as ice is Mr. Keeney. of the firm of Keeney & wore again divorced and now have arLittle Miss Norine Traylor Evans is bo extremely scarce thla season, many ranged to make a double wedding of it, Taylor, of Yoeemlte, was In town this now the guest of her parents, Mr. and will embrace theoportunity of indulgthis week with an eye of moving back Mrs, Samuel Evans. each fellow taking his first wife again. Her stay will be ing in the luxuries thus offered. Mr. W. F. Martin, sou of the chief among us this fall and tho smile he pre protracted for an indefinite length of Miss Sallie Green is once more enginfcrof the Cataract Construction sents you with reminds one of yore. time. mingling among her friends here. Lit-- Win, Moreland and other parties, Company at Niagara Falls, X. Y., and at The colored teachers' institute will tle Rhoda May Carson is recovering from Cincinnati near Stanford, have been here culling bpgin next Monday and continue through present conuected with the her recent illness. Will Brooks ia visitSouthern in a good position, was mar- sheep for J. O. Coulter and others and Friday. The institute for tho white ing his mother and sister. Judge Morthose taken a aray pronounced tho best ried Saturday afternoon to Miss Virus teachers of the county will begin Monday row is at tho Holdam House talking free drove seen on our road in many days. line, the pretty daughter of Mr. James week silver mildly. A. 0. Stapp, wife and litThe common schools of the county Raines, of this place. Rev A. V. One day recently Mies Mary Grimes tle daughter, of Mt. Vernon, visited otliclated. The immediate friends have opened from the Sago Grass to the went into tho parlor to pull down one cf friends here yesterday. E. 0. Walton's Pennyrile districts aud many an urchin alone were present at the ceremony. the blinds when a big black snake, three bright faco greeted his many friends here is shooting wads against the celling, feet inlength, fell from the curtain upon Romance and tragedy are so closely while the teacher last week. He comes like a benediction "snoozes" and dreame her shoulder. Becoming much f life of Ml&a Pearl rluhten and goes much to our regret. inttrnoven into the of the part. od she ran for assistance and the formidCrouch, of this county, says the Paris Judge W. P. Combs and wife ore The write-u- p of Caeey county in able looking reptile was soon put out of guests of their old friends, Dr. and Mrs, News, that a recital of recent occurrenSunday's Courier-Journof 2J co'lnmus existence. Latl ces of her life reads like tlction Stapp Miss Mattie G. Scott, one of has caused the writer to receive many Ailing-toSuperintendent J. Hunt McMurtry Heury county's aweetest, brightest summer she was wooed by Dock excellent compliments by competent and Dr. II. M. Grant report that they belles, is also a pleasant visitor of Miss much against her father's will The judges and ho hereby returns his thanks have examined o2 applicants to teach, Rena Stapp and many of the young men and lover met one day last Octo- for same. father including both white and black for cerber and after hot words, Alhngton shot think 'great Scott !" Mrs. Dr. George Tun piesent wheat crop has come tificates. Out of the number only three H. Combs and her two little boys of KanMr. Crouch, the wound cruising his aud gone glimmering, and a biscuit to of the white received certifideath after Boveral weeks of suffering. tho average "Caseyite" this fall will be a cates, two of the colored ones the same. sas City, are spending the heated season of her Durlug the watch at the bedside with her friends at College Home, AIfo rarity; unless some point in its borders is Some four or five failed in their exami- Mrs. mortally wounded parent, Pearl Crouch designated to Jennie Watkins, of Campbellsburg, distribute its sbare of free nation. wacdrred out In the orchard at dawn, silver before tho price of and two little daughters complete the wheat advances Married at Abilene, Texas, Miss list at the hospitable home of Dr. and Oct SJlst, and stumbled upon the body of to a higher standard. A Me Yeiser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. her lover, Alllugton, who had been foul Mrs. Stapp. The republican primary to be held John Yeiser, to Mr. John Shelby, of ly assassinated, both eyes being shot out, on Aug. 15th from indications shows to Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Shelby will be reMies Crouch was arrested on a charge of bo DOSING US WITH TAFFY. one sided as David G. will get all the membered as a gradnate of Garrard Colan accessory in causing Allington'a votes Bnd the "Crested Jayhawker" lege under Prof. J. O. Gordon, and Misa Our esteemed contemporary down the death, but was subsequently released. none. The republicans of Casey are not Yeiser, an older sister, as one of the fac- street, the Interior Journal, is soon Jo Later she went to Louisville to reside with love for David G., ulty at tho same have a new dress, and a gasoline engine. time. and there she was wooed by Oscar but will honor him by her vote. There will be a Demorest contest at Bro. Walton eeoms to be inclined to put Schwisher, but he found no favor in her The copious showers that have been Pleasant Grove church next Saturday, in on airs since the advent of that boy, a eyes. Schwisher brooded over hla ill luck prevailing for some time past has caused which seven young ladies will be contes- month or two ago. Stanford Commerand resolved to go to Cincinnati. Tuesday the weeds to share in proportion to cial. the he went to say farewell to Miss Crouch corn in extending their height, and a tants, for the silver medal. During the Col. W. P. Walton has bought a new week of the instituto here another conand had a short interview with her. more promising outlook for a crop of dress for his Interior Journal and that test will be held at the In Suddenly Schwisher leaned over and cockle burrs in the lower bottoms was this contest a gold medal will be given. bright and breezy sheet will soon appear kiesed her, then drew a revolver and never eyed upon by make-uhuman being. You could Only those who have won a silver medal in an entire new shot her in the temple fatally. Since the new batteries have been put all the grass Into your eye that grows will be allowed to enter the ring for the put in on the telephone line our clever Col. W. P.'s feet. Lancaster ReCHIMES. honor. These entertainments are very under operator, Mr. Colllnsworth, has been cord. enjoyable and always draw an attentive Rev. Ben Helm is holding a pro- compelled to hire an extra clerk to wait That bright, spicy, strictly and enthusiastic crowd. tracted meeting at Johnson's Chapel, in upon his customers while ho and the the Stanford Interior Yes we think we can answer a ques- Journal, will shortly Improve on Its atCaeey county. operator at Hustonville, whose first name Work has begun on another church is "Juno," debates the question of whose tion put to ua about two weeks ago, or tractiveness by appearing in a new sumrather give a correct solution of it. It mer dress. Not content with leading the 0 time it is to talk with the lady o, erntor at Uerea. The Bnptlsts will build n was in reference to a certain young pro- journalistic procession, the Heating capacity of 500. at Liberty. house, with a Journal evifessional man of this place making bo dently wants to be the envy of all its ruAlready 1,200 has been raised. While on an exclusion Sunday en many frequent visits to your city and ral contemporaries. Indeed when it The Presbyterians dedicated their route to Cincinnati one of our town hove who he went to see. He is a popular, comes to newspaper enterprise, the at Corbln, Sunday. became entangled with the person of one pretty now church courteous young man and has many MeeBrs. Walton are hard to down. RichDr. Wltherspoon, of Louisville, ofliclated. of Pulaski's bad, bold men and had to friends, but strange to say not enough for mond Register. A big dinner was served on the grounds. lay a right bander upon that organ of his him, as ho seems so anxious to add anThe big eanctitlcation revival at Pen face that renders smell sensible, and other one to the list. It is said the young Mrs. Frank Allen, of Oawego, N. Y., nj's Chapel, has closed with 117 profes- completely demolished it. We claim no lady in question will not chauge her sur- gave birth to four girls, all of whom are The meeting, men from Bitter Creek, but warn those sions of aanctiflcation. name. As to how soon the wedding alive and give promise of long life. She which only lasted 10 days, was conduct boys to keep off the band wagon or tar bells will ring we can not say. has named them Isabella Ispania, Samight stick to their fingers. ed by the regular pastor, the Rev. Clark, Mrs. Waller Ohonault, of Fort Scott, vannah Susanna, Margarette Mareailles With the teachers' institute, circuit assisted by the Rev. Harney. court, county fair, tho presence of Ed Kas., is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Dorothy Demosthenes. Nowa. The grand jury failed to indict the Morgan Hudson. Rev. Robert T. West, Rev. E. O. Ouerrant Is holding a Walton, of Stanford, Harry Giovannoli, boodle Councilman, Campbell, of Lexof Washington, ib visiting his parents, meeting in Breathitt county. He writes to of Danvlllo, and many other things to Mrs. John K. West. Mr. and ington, and the Herald suggests that he la preach-in- e transpire in the next four weeks, the Mr. and the JeBsamlno Journal that he of Casey" will be stirred from cen- Mrs. A. H. Rico attended the Richmond will now likely return from his hiding in a tent. "No church In this coun "State place and claim the 1300 reward oflered fair on Friday. D.M. Williams, of ty. This Troublesomo stream is a river ter to circumference and will rival all has been the guest of his son, for him. things since the Columbian exposition 52 miles long, and Lost Creek 20 miles,, At York, Pa., a man drank over a On the and will crowd the big pot in the little W. I. Williams, for several days past. almost destitute of the gospel. a visit quart of whisky, but he won't do so any Miss Mamie Noel is in Danville on a lUth over 100 persons accepted Christ as one. "What gathering of the natives to her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Noel, more. lie has gone to that bourne Most of 'twill be." for the first time their Savior where there are said to be no liquids, A year or more has elapsed since we Will Brooks, a popular Louisville drumthem men and women. One man over penned any newB for the I. J. and here mer, was a sojourner hero last week. G. even a drop of water being at a premium. 80 veara old." W. F. Uart, under arrest at brother, John E. This Is the way J. O. Harris, a mem ask pardon of your regular scribe for S. Greouleaf visited his for bigamy, confeseea to having C. Greenleaf, of Richmond. Mrs. M. bar of Rev. E. O. Guerrant's church, tresspassing upon his territory and won Lippold has returned to her home in married eight wives. Two of the eight comes back at Mrs. Snoll, who scored the der if the "Ed." would print this if he were married in Kentucky, one in Ful preacher at the Holiness meeting: "I knew we were a republican of free silver Louisville, after a visit to hor aunt, Mrs. ton and one in Graves couutv. ideas. W. J. Olemmeraon. Miss Mary Robin neraonallv know that what he was ac Yes, indeed. It matters not to us son, of Marksbury, is tho guest of her cused of was an unmitigated falsehood Bicycle Pakade. Cincinnati, Satur who sends tho news, so it is reliable and cousin, Mies Mattie May Robinson. Miss aud instituted by some whose love for day, August S. Low round trip excurreadable. Please cut and come again. of Columbus, O., Ib Pattle Eubank?, lying would put Ananias to shame. Thla Ed. her cousins, Misses Kate and Lillian sion via the Queen k Crescent Route. of large proportions and huge woman Mr. Samuel C. Hardin, of Albany, Kinuaird. R. E. Hughes and wife, of Good to return Sunday, August Otb. weight, whose temper has beon soured Clinton county, was in our midst this Lawrenceburg, are visiting relatives hero. Ball game, Cincinnati vs. Louisvilles, by the hot sun of the South, and who week in the interest of his race for tho L. Hagan, of Madison, ia the Sunday. Ask agents for particulars. has a predisposition to fues, should take nomination for Congressman and seems Mrs. R. guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Last summer one of oar grand children was sick the paina to learn what people thiuk of to be in the lead by odds. Mr. Hardin is with a severe bowel trouble. Our doctor's remeredies had tailed, then wo tried Chamberlain's Colic, she attempts to aunihiliate a fine lawyer, elegant talker and a man Leavell. Misa Maude Robinson has berbuforo turned from a visit to relatives in Dan- Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedv, which gave very one of their most honorable citizens." qualified for tho place he seeks, but the ville. Mrs. Mary A. Weiaiger and daugh- speedy relief. We regard it as the best medicine ever put on the market lor bowel complaints. republicans have such a majority, the Kredenckstown, Mo. Airs. E. ter, Miss Lucile, are visiting relatives in certainly Gis Grezorj, medicine ever put on This the best Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo the way looks dark and dreary for him; but market lot dysentery, summer complaint, colic The belt salve In the world for cuti, broken with Free Silver Bailee, of Barbourville, Columbus. 0. and cholera infantum In children. It never falls ores, ulceri, salt rheum, fever tores tetter, chipIndependent White, of Manchester, and to give prompt relief when used in a reasonable ped hands, chilblains, eorui and all skin eruptions, Robert E. Goodo, a prominent Vir- time and the plain printed directions are followed. no pay repuired. It Is at positively cures piles, or satisfaction or money David 0 of Bell county, the devil and Many mothers have expressed their sincere gratihis angels can't tell what will happen. luarameed to cve perleet ginian, killed himself while despondent tude for the cures it has effected. refunded. Price sj cents per box. For tale by Kor sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. V. R. C. over money matters. drujrfist. W. B. McRoberts TIUMONIA I, TTEliS. MwmmmmmgMmMizsm mCsiin9lit3M gsrgnww Wk 1 1 m FOR CASH I There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices . $ m 81 2A j?li For tlie in isui xii amk vx-va. Frlday.-Colum- Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. fc.7l ffl . at once and get pick of the stock. j USTezst j ri- nTlJivr. iiinir .... -v i i ,X1iiirt3r 3Z)a,3rs, ennr rT?n w nTMT7MTC.n. .n ni j it. u ir iv a ivi it-- i Call M W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. g 'VI iv' i SCHOOL BOOKS. We have just received our line of 8 l school-hous- ll v ro : TABLETS CrM-owe- st & SCHOOL SUPPLIES. v v X Remember we sell at the 'ft IV Cash Prices Everything in the Book Line. Come to Don't forget the place. !D McROBERTS' DRUG STORE. i S 55 U OC ESS ! Sizt-mo- re Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods Lower Than Anybody. - My Stock Must Be Reduced. My loss is your gain, and if you want al GOODS CHEAPER THA1T HI EVER n, You bought them before, now is your time. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. first-cla- ss CRftIG & HOCKER, f .DEALERS IN. j t It K rugs, G"hsrrvicGls, CKls, Pa-LrL-t- s, J over-burdene- d Pays to Deal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. I J court-hous- e. p. church up-to-d- Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing, semi-weekl- y, 0 " J2,-50- i W0 ' Shingles, Etc. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. CASH CLEARANCE SALE ! Law-rencebu- rg THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further notice. Come early and avoid the rush. Camp-bollsvill- e, GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and A Large.Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Children's Wear, and in our prices we hare no competition. Well-Selected May-Gel- d, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts from A to EE. We lead with the SMITH & ST0UGHT0N and ROCKLAND lines for men and boys. v!b-Ri- ng kookGutforOur Centre Table! Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. CARPETS, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. first-cla- ss goods at iow prices. and Canned Goods. We are yours for CHARLES WHEELER June 18, '96. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. ATGeorgo E. andG have no patience with anyone who does at Burgin are free silver men, But then and killed by his Bailey & Drye started W. S. Embry's not pay his debts if he can, and most they haven't been in the business long. Pottinger, who mistook him for a burglar. everybody can who tries. A wave 10 feet high swept down Esaio Mayhow in a running race at the John Baker, who defeated Morrison Bear Creek Canon. Colorado, as the re Richmond fair, but she was behind tho for Congress deserted the It was shown in our lost issue that republican in Illinois, has out for Bry- sult of a sudden mountain storm and 20 money. party and come Bryan, like history, repeats himself, and The peach growers on Muldfaughs Cooking, dead bodies have already been recovan. now comes Congressman McCall to acHill report the crop seriously dameged Heating, Stoves, It took only one ballot aftor they got ered. And Ranges for 30 days going at less cuse him of plagiarism, the theft being to for Mr. Jas Talhott A Louisville man who had to liqui by the heavy rains. it Gasoline, the pops to nominate Bryan, than actual cost. from a speech that be made in Congrees when he received 1,047 votes to F. 8. date a $1,000 Chicago mortgage in gold thinke he has sustained a loss of at least June 2G, 1894, in discussing the Wilson Norton, ofjGhicago, 331. was obliged to pay a premium of one; $500. Elizibethtown News. bill. "You scourge labor to the very Coleman, Russell & Co. shipped a The silver convention at St. Louis half of one per cent, to get the yellow quick and press a crown of thorns upon double-deckof lambs to Louisville. nominated Bryan and Sewall and ad- metal. its brow." "I do not know whether journed Bine die without waiting for v Tney paid 4 centa and sold them for 5 Central Railroad The Illinois the Mr. Bryan heard me or not," Mr. Mc- populist convention to act. boucht the Chesapeake, Ohio and cts. Mrs. Rosa Payne had half of her Call adds, "but that is what I said and O. E. Sugg is the Kentucky member Southwestern railroad for $1,500,000, this field of wheat to yield 35 bushels to tho the inference can be drawn." Harrodsburg Democrat. of the populiBt convention to notify the being the upset price fixed by the United aero. Matt Gibson is having luck in pigs. correspon- nominee for president and A. 8. Worsley States court. Whknevkr the Frankfort While returning from a country On Saturday one sow gave birth to 14 dents get short of something to send the to notify the nominee for vice president. Mark Hanna has decided to run the church in Grant county, Carl Hightow-e- r pigs; on Sunday forenoon another had dailies, they unite with one accord in teland Noah Readenower, two neighbor 12, and that afternoon a third had 14. egraphing that Gov. Bradley will soon McKinley campaign without an advisory Alter having for some time considered the advantages 5i boys, engaged in a fight about a girl to The fourth that made a record last year The opening meeting of call an extra session of the Legislature committee. and disadvantages of the Cash System of doing business $ 1G, is expected within a day or two to and name the election of a U. S. Senator tho campaign will be at Omaha August whom both were paying attentions. of we have been forced to the conclusion that it is fin lit ,n,i 0 Higbtower was killed and Readenower materially increase the out put. Richas one of the things for it to do. Gov. 5. w in the enri. th hper fnr UntU Km,,..- - UI1U it . mond Climax. uw, Mr. Bryan says that the populist wounded. weuBradley Bays he will not call it, and until 3Ccr. jn u, - m 15. wewin oegin tins system, viz: Buying The flood along the Monongahela he changes bis mind, if be ever does, it platform endorses some policies that he J. H. Lyons, principal of the Colored and Selling for Cash Only, and we feel sure that we bhall does not approve, but to the casual ob- valley is the worBt ever known in that is UBelesa to speculate on the question, High School at Nicholasville, was here Ul- - """ server there is little difference between section. The loss is estimated at $1,000,- " aausiy uuwi uiu ana new customers that this yesterday trying to arrange for a joint inmove is best both for them and for us. Wc will carry a Presidential lightning didn't strike it and the Chicago declaration. 000. At Pittsburg tne mermen nave of teachers of this and Jeesa- Vice President Stevenson and likely nevSwearing that be would never sub- been warned. Already the damage is stitute the Better and Larger Stock of Goods than ever before and mine counties to be held at Nicholasville, er will, but a bolt from the skies came mit to a primary, John D. White has at immense. The tributaries of the upper & feel sure that we shall be able to please you in service which will likely be done. near striking him at Bowling Green Sat- last determined to submit and has so Ohio are out of their banks. $ quality of goods and in price. Yours for Business ' de urday. It struck Potter Collego, where written Chairman Hill, though he didn't The new order of the NEW AUVEBTMKKKNTi. G. L. he was the guest of the principal, and he send therf 1,000 necessary to enter hie partment forbiddlDg railroads to carry TRY PAYING felt the shock very perceptibly. on their own business, unname. letters even Col. A. S. Hunt says be will "bet less they are stamped, is said to cost the C. G. The Chicago conference of sound mon- five to four in any amount from $1 to L. & N. $200 a day. The railroadB are ey men decided to call a convention to question in the Ii a Andidate for Attestor of Lincoln, subject lo 100,000 that McKinley is the next presgoing to contest the action of the democratic party. 'I making the nominate a ticket, and it will be held not f ident of the United States and will pay courts, but in the meantime will have to bouthern end of the county is entitled to a ilice later than Sep. 2. The democrats, popu- $10 to every man who brings ol the pie he atkt your tupport. bim a $100 pay- aro getting the demolists and what-not- s Has Come and Gone and bet. Lexington Leader. PUBLIC MALE. cratic party in a hades of a fix. SOME WHAT LOCAL. It is understood at Washington that An Anderson county republican haa On Saturday, August 29, 189G, A South Carolina judge and the gov- if President Cleveland declares himself a boy and girl, Mark ernor of the State, who are candidates for against the Chicago ticket, Secretary named his twins, At 10 o'clock, I will tell my FARM, containing great many have been due a long time. I shall make a 104 ACKEs, iituatcd U. S. Senator, engaged in a fisticuff at Hoke Smith, who has announced bis and Hanna. S. H. Stoue'a large tobacco on the Lancaster pike about 5 mile Irom Stanford A greater efThe farm It in a high Auditor purpose to support tho ticket, will resign (tate oi cultivation, the land U good and well wj. fort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time Florence. But what better could be exand annoyance storm near tered. It hat a containing five ham was denolished by the pected in a State, that honors such a crea his place in the cabinet. both to you ?nd to me I must ask that all those who owe rooms, good liable and necessary The petition to the democratic ex- Richmond Friday. Terms' cash and me for acand a good orchard ture as Tillman? 6 per cent, interest counts due, to settle at once. Jan Interest added to all accounts? due The roof of R. J. White's residence balance due sale i, 1&J7, with W.T.STONE. ecutive committee of the Seventh dis tromdayaf last January. Tiie Burgin Herald haa expired in its trict, asking that a primary election be was blown off by the rainstorm of I can will take all the near Richmond. fj I rT7Q Ifor cash or In trade hides leatherget for want of sustenance, but it called to nominate a candidate for Coninfancy lilLT-iOlor on To, -- Capt. R.T. Wilmore, a republican eVu a. . my nome in Utten- promises to rise from the dead and shine gress, is said to be assuming proportions fell down stairs htim. cnas. Ennnn, Tanner. politician of Jessamine, Next door to Penny's that will compel attention, with more effulgency than ever. son-in-la-- will meet in Louisville to day at tho namefewall and think it is mighty fun- broke his left leg. His right leg has rooms of the Commercial Club to take ny. been broken three times. v steps for the creation of a national comGov. Bradley was in Cincinnati Satmoney Democratic The Honest July 2S, 1S96 mittee, which will meet at Indianapolis Stanford, Kr League of the Fifth Congressional dis urday under treatment for a throat trou Aug. 7, to "Hz the time and place for a trict has enrolled 1.000 members all ble that has bothered him for years. national convention which shall adopt a democrats who will not support the popDr. H. B. Duncan, of Jellico, was faW. P. WALTON. democratic platform, and put out a' can ulist nominee and the good work has tally wounded by the accidental dis didate for whom sound money democrats just begun. Courier Journal. charge of a pistol in the hands of his After scenes of almost disgraceful can vote without relinquishing their lions. John W. Yerkes and Sani J. wlfo. confusion and disorder, the pops, at St. convictions." Democrats ought to go Roberts, to whom was delegated the The second trial of Joe Adkins and Louie nominated Mr. Bryan for presiexceedingly slow in this matter. The power of the State committee to organize Jesse Fields for the murder of Judge AT TIIK- dent, having previously named "Where only result of such action will be the a republican campaign committee for Combs will be called at Bnrbourville election of McKinley, the high priest of Kentucky, havo announced selections as today. Am I at" Wataon, of Georgia, for the moot rantanketoue of the protection and everything else undemo- follows: James F Buckner, Louisville; Two littlo negroes, arrested for placSouthern populists. Mr. Bryan sid af- cratic. Tho ticket to be named can not W. J. Deboe, Marion; George W. Lei-bor- ing obstructions ou the Southern road at ter the tail had been made beforo the possibly carry a single State. Newport; Gtorge W. Welsh, Dan- Burgin, confessed and said they juBt did bead that he would not accept' the nomville; Sam J. Roberts, Lexington. it for fun. The counties that bought blood hound ination, as it would be unfair toSewall, Wats'on, the Georgia pop., has served The Advocate Bays that N. W. Duck, but since then has modified his decision to run down criminals have found it a one t rm in Congress and ran three for a long time pDstmaHter at aholby Ciand now says that his acceptance will useless and expensive transaction, and times for the office, being twico defeated ty, under republican administrations, Read what we have on the list for this week: depend upon the conditions attached to those that haven't lost them by death are by better men. His unique personality hi (looped and will vote for Bryan. White Fringe Towels, in. long, loc. it but that he will do nothing to endan- disposing of them for anything they can mado him a conspicuous figure in the It Is now a finable ollense for parents get. For instance, Fayette county paid India Linen, worth and ger the success of bimetallism or any goes at 5c. House of Representatives. He was a or guardians to fail to send their chilTheir fiery debater and took part in numerous thing unfair to Bewail. It ia possible $200 for a couple two years ago. Dimities and Fine Lawn, worth 15 and 20c, now 10c. dren, between tin aues of t and 20, to that Watson may be induced to de- keep has since cost $100 a year apiece,and hot parlimentary fights. In personal school for a certain period each rear. All kinds of Calicoes, Blue, Mack and Red, 5c. cline the nomination and that the com- the other day they were disposed of at appearance Watson is thin and angular, Mrs. .M. Kbimmone, aged bU years, Ladies' Seamless Black and Tan Hose only 8c. mittee will substitute Sewall, as in the auction at $5 and S 25 respectively. The with a clean shaven face of intellectual and the grand mother of Will Wallace, blood-hounis a failure for the purpose d Ladies' Handkerchiefs, worth 10 and last moments of the convention it was now 5c. cast and a thick mop of auburn bair. the turfman, died at Nicholasville from given the authority to do by this resolu- he is intended, and that purpose is not Ladies' Black and Tan Oxfords, regular price 75c, now injuries received by a fall several weeks MORE NEWS NOTES. tion presented by George Abbott, of Ne- in keeping with the spirit of the age, ago. braska, a warm adherent of Watson, and which makes criminals the favored part Men's Plow Shoes, pSc. John Beard, who, it Three men were burned to death at rushed through before the members of the population, too good to be tied to Chicago. in alleged, embezzled about $1,000 of the Ladies' Cloth-T- op Shoes, regular price $2.00, now $1.25 and too nice to be knew what was up: ''Resolved, That the whipping-pos- t The Ohio river is on a big tear and taxes he collected at Nicholasville, was Men's Fine Shoes, Congress or Lace, go now at 9SC (railed by blood-hound- s. the National committee be given plenadoing groat damage along its banks. arrested in Louisville after being a fugiSec all other Shoes as they go in proportion very low. ry powers over the party after the conThe federal court has declared the tive for come time. Tub Richmond Register 1b publishing vention adjourns to do all things that Ibw of Iowa unconotitu-tiona- l. Ernest Waeere, son of Deputy Jailer Good Overalls, Brown or Blue, 43c. illustrated sketches of its prominent the convention would do if in session." conntymen, which will prove an interBroae Wafers, of Richmond, took laudaGood Check Jackets, 35c. In the classic language of Watson, how- esting feature. A splendid picture of Banks of Philadelphia tendered num with suicidal intent. A Btomach Good Heavy Cotton Pants, 50c. ever, he will "see 'em in bell before I of sold to the United States pump was used and saved the young Gen. CassiuB M. Clay is given in the last Blue Cottonadc Pants, .15c. will withdraw," and there you are. Some man's life. The act was the result of issue, together with an excellent write-u- p treasury. allege that be will be substituted for Millions of dollars' worth of damage unrequited love. A Nice Assortment of Carpets and Matting. of him and "White Hall." Under its Sewall, but there is no power now to has been done by floods in Ohio and Will somebody please explain? Linnew management the Register haa taken 35c Matting now 20c. make this change and if there was those coln county has lately sentenced 13 crim on new life and improves all the time. West Virginia. 25c 15c. of us who are giving the Chicago ticket AtRaytown, Ind., Charles Welch inals to the penitentiary, and every Editor O. E. Woods and Local Editor our support, because of party obliga R Lee fatally wounded 8am Tate with a pistol mother's son of them, according to the IOC. 15c Davis make as good a newspaper tions, would feel that we were absolv- team as can be bitched together. he didn't think was loaded. And a thousand other things too tedious to mention. Interior Journal, was a republican. ed from them and for one we should At Burgees' Ferry Landing, Tenn., a Madison county, on the other hand, haa, We are never undersold, but always undersell. have to goa'fishing. Mr. Bryan is a litTub meeting of the republican league boy killed a farmer who bad accused in tho last two mouths, ont 15 persons tle more of a populist than we like, but clubs at Lexington was not a very impos- him of stealing roasting ears. to the Lexington asylnm. and it is claimA rice mill and warehouse, with i5,-0- 00 ed that all were democrats. in the Interest of harmony and party ing affair. Resolutions were adopted Will Rome-bod- y success we have accepted him. It would commending the action of Gov. Bradley bushels of rice, were destroyed by please explain? Richmond Regisbe too much to ask us to swallow the In calling out troops during the last Ken- fire at Savannah, Ga. Loss, 160,000. ter. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, straight-ou- t, Spain is preparing to send 3S,000 blatant pop tucky legislature, laudating the nominafA RMAND TRA DE ITEMS during August and from Georgia. We have accepted Bryan tion of McKinley and declaring against freah troops to Cuba T. D. RANEY, Manager. Winter Turf seed oata for sale. J. and Sewall with the best grace we could all financial fanaticisms and for the gold September and 20,000 more in December. command. The grace from above would standard. At night, Gov. Bradley and Peter Sims, of Tallahasse, Fla., at- F. Cook, Rowland. Branch Stores: Well improved farm for Bale. G. B. be hardly sufficient to make ub accept others spoke, but very little enthusiasm tempted suicide because bis father whipBryan and Wataon. was uncorked. ped him in the presence of his play- Barnett, Hubble, Ky. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg Fourteen mules were drowned by a mates. Cynthiana, Versailles, Kmincncc, Georgetown, Brtan is now the nominee of three This ia the most unkindest cut of all. Alexander, a merchant of cloud burst in Glnv county. Thomas We havo always looked upon our beau- conventions, the democratic, populist Cairo, III., was was given five years in Elizabcthtown, Franklort. Ky., Frank Holtzclaw bought in the East tiful and accomplished fellow citizen, and the National silver party. But there the penitentiary for selling diseased End a bunch of heifers and ateers at 2 to and Mauckport, Ind. the astute lawyer and able statesman, can be too much of a good thing. A man meat. 2Jc aj the boss of Lincoln county, as the pos- is often ruined by his fool friends, and it -- G. W. Weslev, a preacher, is under The new Louisville jockey club has cQ-asessor of any and all knowledge worth may be that too much endorsement and arrest at Louisa, Ky., charged with biga- decided to give no fall meeting at Chur seeking after, but here comes the Har- - too many nominations may injure the my. He is said to have three living chill Downs. Cil'-'vC'-l- C rodsburgSayiugatasay: "Mr. Davison ia "Boy Orator of the Platte." The First Annual Exhibition of the wives. now in the 'Railroad Handbook' stage on son of James Jus Lawrenceburg Fair Association will be The current issues, and before he gets out of Unless the democrats and the pops tice, of Pikeville, shot and killed him- held Aug. 3 it the battle will be fought and won for unite on the same candidates and elec- self, presumably for grief over the death Charles Spillman, of Jespamine, tells democracy. He may, by hard study, find tors, so many complications will arise of his twin brother. us new corn has been offered at 75c per out enough about the money question to that McKinley alone will reap the usuAction of the New York banko's in barrel in his county. Are both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. discuss it two years hence, but be is too fruct. Things are getting awfully mixed agreeing to maintain the gold reserve Mr. J. E Farris took his string of We can sell you and soon we shall, like Nominee Watson, much in the dark to talk about it now." removes the possibility of a bond issue saddlers to the Richmond fair, but we are 'Mi have to inquire "where we are at." I And ha thinka he W Sad, sad, is it indeed sorry to say be got tailored all round. until after the fall elections at least. is running for Congress too! It is just For Rent. -- Our farm of 130 acres Thomas Helm, of San Francisco, fell Mark Hanna is trying to put the curtoo bad. rency question on the side track and from a loaded wagon and broke his nose. on the Huston ville pike for 1S97. Apply Delivered at your house. Have about 100 bushels of In a Bi'BEcn at Harlan Court-Hous- o, push protection to the front, but Mr. He looked so ugly he shot himself to to Mrs. Alice Cloyd and MIm Belle Cash. T J. Culton bought in tho East End SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR Si. John D. White showed a copy of an exe- Harrison wrote him that in his opinion death with the first pistol he found. n tobacco a bunch of cal vea at IS to f 10 and Bold to cution against Congressman Colson for the free silver train was already on the Nick Firzar, the Call and see us. $1,000, which bad upon it the return of main track. manufacturer and turfman, died in Chi- G. A. Swinebrocd 10 cows and heifer at the officer, "No property found;" and the cago, where he was undergoing treat- 21c. POLITICAL POINTS. Mr. Samuel Dudderar sold to J II Crested Jayhawker very sensibly sugment for a complication of troubles. gested that the Hon. David should apply The sound money democrats of Tex The Northern Pacific railroad was Baughman & Co. about 500 bushels cf some of the money he had put in the as will bold a convention August 2. sold by Special Master Carey at West Sn old wheat at 60c, with the ritjo till Aug primary to the payment of his honest The new republican State executive porior, Wis. It was bid in for the reor 1st. ss Well filled races and hotly contested debts. We do not know anything of the committee will meet at the Gait House, gnnizition committee for J13.000.000. s-x-ocramerits of tho case, but we agree with Louisville tomorrow at 2 i m Daniel Shroyer, a well known real-de- nt rings will be the rule at tho Danville John D., if his premises are correct. We of Park Ridge, Chicago, was shot Fair. Don't fail to go. AugiiRt A, 5 All the officers in the Farmers Bank ly Semi-Week- Interior Journal The Democratic Honest Money League The republican papers print hiB at the Phocaix Hotel in Lexington and WE TAKE! ORDERS EOR'CQ! ANYTHING IN CLOTHING, LJ S LINE. PIT GUARANTEED. I O iilollierWeeliofSlirniiRierest -- vice-preside- th, UQlflSVlhhZ STOIE. ; .2 Sc, J2c, anti-cigare- tte " " " LOUISVILLE STORE. long-haire- d, 'gJLHcMz 'Kioto sva1?! . J I1 four-year-o- ld 1S-2- 1. GUARANTEED at ft (i : !)! I n-uoeu ;ctoi4c . . ;s 111 .. per isu. & CO. : !) well-know- 0! fir I: fi J. H. BAUGHMAN I V TT AT YOUR PRICE. H. WEAREN & CO. w. er Com-nan- I CASH BASIS AT I BESETS DRUG ST0KE.I ""y.juo; ... ,,j post-offi- ce t505gySv PENNY, Ex'or, CASIiSSesS??) BAKER Your Account Remains Unnaid 1 One-ha- lt 43-t- d Fri-da- y H. J. McROBERTS. Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. zmL Semi-Week- ly m MaoIC Stock and chlrknn fnnri. hpt( Hot weather; no cook; get an oil stove Misses Alicb Bauouman and Mary If you haven't bought you a new of Danville, are visiting Mrs. J. W. quick. Higgles & McKinney. and cheapest on tho market. Craig & Dunn, Uaugbman. Hocker. Hon. W. B. Smith, of Hichmond, demMies Fannie Shanks left (or Lexing-to- n It hain't rained for several days but Stafford, Kt., - July 28, 189G yesterday to be bridesmaid at the ocratic elector, will speak here next we have other complaints to make of the county court day. wedding of Miss Lily Lyne. weather. It ia terrftically hot day and Miea Orlle Denny will be at home to S. McA. Smith baa been appointed night, climaxing Sunday iu Now is your time. They are going at prices in the reach of all. E, C. Walton, Business Manager. the mercury her friends Thursday evening and Mon- postmaster at Hubble, in place of Mrs. at noon hovering It will soon be time to use around 100'. Slightly day next Miss Anno Hartwell Shanks J. A. Hammond resigned. cooler is predicted for tomorrow. You should take your prescription!! to will entertain. Penny'p drug Btoro where prompt and Good music, shady grounds, lota of Miss Olive Woodson and Mr. L. K Hon. W. H. Miller died April 21, but accurate service ia guaranteed. Haggln, of Bt. Joseph, Mo., who were trotting and bicycle racing at the Dan hla brother, Joh,n U. Miller, away ofT in wiin Miss jf annie anatiKs, went over ville, Fair. Ang. 4, 5 and 0. the Falkland Islands didn't hear of it till And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices POIXTS. PERSOXM. to Fayette yesterday to visit friends. Don't miea the young men's declama-r- June 6th, and then through letter from before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. B. Paxton. An answer camofrom Mr. J. HOLDAM StUAHT, of Graye, wbb here routest at Walton's Opera House, CJTYAXDVJCIXJTY. courting Bgaiu Sunday. August 11. All ate experienced speak- him yesterday which will appear in next Caisaue. La dibs' collars nuri cuffa at Shanks'. ers. Miss Katk Cook is attending the sey County Institute at Liberty. Col. T. P. Hill and Judge J. W. AlYou can And a splendid stock of all Say Buy those spec's from Danks. Miss IJkttik Pax ton is back from Pitts-burthings in stationery, corn went to Frankfort this morning the newest and best a long petition asking that the much improved in health. PiiKtcnirno.s work done at lowest cash tablets and blank bookBat Penny's Drug with is Mien Maooik Palmer, of Garrard, death sentence of Anthony Alcorn be Store. prices. Craig A Hockor. the guest of Mrs. Thomas Traylor. commuted. We need a hanging here, "Whkrk are you going my pretty but a poor Ignorant Negro boy is not the Mhb. W. 8. Waimen is Bpouding a few Danville Fair, Tuesday, Wednesday, maid?" "To the Danville Fair, kind right kind of material to days with relatives at Crab Orchard. Thursday, August 1, 6 and 0. commence on. sir,"Bhe said. Next week, beginning Mil. I. . Phillips went to Cincinnati Sword. Mra. Bettie McKinney hae Lkad penc'lH, extra good, 10c dozen. TucBday, Aug. 4. Yes, it's hot, and you are killing yourself cooking on that ltfBt week to have bis cancer treated". Craig vt Uouker Cash House. received through Capt. George II. Mc- old stove. deKhbmbb, of Louisville, Mil. 0. W. See the watches to. be given in t'lntinr till, atrnril taken frrttn liar Vi.ia his wife at Mr. II. T. Harris. jewelry his joined Latist in imported Parisian novelties clamatory contest at Danka' band, Capt. W. F. McKinney, when he store. The contestants' photocraphB was captured during the war. Louis HarMits Bkllb Fish, of Nicholasvllle, is in gents' neckwear at Shanks'. the Ruest of Mies Annie Hronaugh Kngle. Store iioubr with living roomB attach- will be on exhibition this week. E. H. rison, a Florida Confederate soldier, had " man. Beazley. it and opened up the correspondence has returned ed, near depot, for rent. Apply to Nool MissNkllik Oiindohhk Matt Martin got on a tear at Rowland which finally restored the weapon to the A Son. We will sell you either on trial, and will take it back if you from Lebanon Junction after a visit to Saturday afteruoon and began to charge family. are not satisfied. Don't wait until you have friends. you had a gasoline Don't you wish around with a ,Bhot gun, till it went on Fon Assessor. Mr. C. Granville Mibcrb Sue Rout and Virginia Broad-du- e stove this weather? We have 'em. Hig- and an otucer went anu arresiea mm. announcement for esseBsor will be spent several days at Lionletta glnB & McKinney He was let off easy. seon in another column. There is no Springs. Youu account is due and ready for you. Mies Bettib DeBord and her visitor, Rai-kWilliam Henry, a white mar- better democrat than Mr. Baker and Mis Campbell, are with frienda in Crab I need money and ask that you pay rne ried man, was lodged in jail at Lancaster there aro many reasons by bis claims at once. U. C. Rupley. should be considered. He comes from a Orchard. But buy one Now. for criminally assaulting tho passMihs Mary Lvbk, of Huatonville, daughter of James Stewart and there are section of the county, Kingaville, which Baugh-min- 's Your account at M. 8. A J. W. has had very few offices and those who ed through to Richmond, Saturday, to of hla being lynched. is ready (or you and you must set- piospi-cifriends. believe in an equal division of the "pie" viiit tle it at once. Don't fail. Badly Hurt. Mr. John Engleman will find it hard to vote against him. B. G. Tenninoton, of Middleeboro, Spectacles fl 00 Pair, upwards, best received a letter from Anderson, I. T,, was hero Saturday celling Walla Walla Women. There ia a woman in the chewing gum. quality and fitted accurately. Examina- saying that hla brother, Jacob Engleman, was thrown from a wagon in a runaway, Preacheraville section who is so indusMhb. Maky Potter went to Lebanon, tion free, Danks, tho Jeweler. and besides having his hip broken, wbb trious that she works two of the Saturday, to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. The Danville Fair is always the best in otherwise seriously hurt. The letter ad- ioned up and down churns at once and D. Holderman. It will be held next week, ded that the chances were against his washes dishes with one band and wipes Mns. P. II. Idol and children of Lex- the country. them with the other. It is alao claimed visiting her parents, Mr. and nnd everybody and his aunt will be recovery. Dealers In ington, are for her that she can button ber shoes and there. Mrs. J. M. White. Thomas Gill performed the Ethiopi- - comb her hair at the same time. In an Arch A. McKinney, Jn., arrived from lr you want a pair ol trousers, remem- an act of drawing a razor on John other portion of the county ia an old Montgomery, Ala., Saturday morning, to ber one nf the largest, cleanest, newest, Neat's Creek church Sunday night maid who has been chewing on the same visit hla home folks. beet and cheapest lines is to be found at and Monday Waddle came in un J swore piece of Yucatan gum since Christmas. Mish Jennie Globtkii and little sister, Shanks'. out a writ for him. Constable Benedict Flora Nell, of Gallatin, Tenn , are guests Gave Him the Slip Deputy Consta Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of For Sale. Foot power machinery: went out to bring him in, but had not at Judge M. C Sautley'n. found him when this ttbb written. The ble Sam Roth well, armed with a writ for 1 combination rip and cut o IT saw, 1 turnShoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Miss KfsiE Ilci.cn went up to Crab Oring lathe, 1 ccroll saw. A. O. Sine, Stan- Kennedy boya are also wanted for dis- Dick Oliver for carrying concealed weaFurnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Buchchard yesterday to visit the Misses turbing worship at the same place, but pons, went out to hunt for him Saturday ford, Ky. strong. anan and get well and they too were non eat when the oihcer morning. He waa found after consider A ooonmany Danville people Bay they Mh. and Mhb. J. W. Babtin, who have went for them. able Bearch on Mr Walker Rout's been visiting relatives in the county, re- will not support the Chicago ticket. 01 where-eve- r 0. 0. Si'RiNoa. There are over 100 In the West End and agreed to go con tho some of them will not for several turned to Pittsburg yesterday. the officer desired if bo would only guests at Crab Orchard Springs now, and Mtsa Laura Payne, of Orange, Va., af- - are republicans of the deepest dye. to go to his home and get his partiea.from Atlanta and other southern permit him pies Hint visit to the Misses Chan- ter a A WAHKANT was sworn out against cities are booked for this week. Manager shoes. Mr. Rothwell agreed to this and cellor, returned home yesterday. Win. Phelps, a Pulaski county boy, yes- Hofmann is doing all in his power to while Oliver went in hia house he guardMu. Sam Hardin and daughter, Mies terday, charging him with stealing a pis- make it pleasant for those in attendance ed the entrance. It waa liberty rather Birdie, of Crab Orchard, were here yes tol from Jell Belden, but he hadn't been and is succeeding admirably. The fare than shoea he wanted, however, for a BYterday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark apprehended few momenta later he waa heard to jump at last aicounta. Is tho beat for years, and Crab Orchard Hardin. y looks more like the fa- out of the back window. Mr. Rothwell The Knights of PyiulaB were so well Springs Mies Florence Koch, who has been for a milo or bo, but seeing that published of mous summer resort of years ago than it ran him visiting her brother, Mr. 0. E. Roch, re- pleased with the report we ho was outclassed, gave up the race and has for a number of seasons. turned, Saturday, to her home at Madi- Rev. A. V. Simote'e excellent termou retnrned to Stanford. The lesson will be they orderod 1,000 on Pythlanlsm that son, led. Bho. G. W. Young., of Richmond, evi- worth a good deal to the young officer. they will Mr. and Mm. H. D.Ghit.ohy and pret- copies in pamphlet form, which dently believes that we are heard for distribute in missionary work for the our much speaking. During a service The following are the guests at Llnnl ty little Catherine, of Gray mil, are the order. etta Springs: H. Power, New York City; And Funeral Director. iMieetaol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas here tho other day he prayeu a prayer P. Bailey. Coal. Mr. John B. Higgins has that lasted several minutes longer than Miss Lizzie Bell Johnston, Danville; Miss Mr. J. M. Alyepaon took In tho last bought pf Mr. J W. Adams his bin, tho sermon, which waa long enough for Elizabeth Sallnrrnn, Capt. W. H. Kirhy Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robesv S. Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. day of the Richmond Fair nnd found it scales, ollke, Ac, at Rowland, for 1300 the occasion. Nature made the good and wife, Miss Mattie Thompson, Geo. Shelby, R. W. Kennedy, Mra. J. E DavRoom opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. first clase. Henrys the HNocIation will and will put the business there in charge brother long In body and he evidently Lexington; J. of Mr. James Bliss, formerly of this believes in making everything else like- is, E. T. Foster and wife, come out aliead. and wife, J W. Corley, 0. L. Mies Mary Mykrb was denied tin ami place, hut now of Lexington. Mr, Adwise, hut there can be too much even of E. Chilton Holmea, Louisville, Miss Lucy Gray, Cin s o( a good thing, our mother used to tell in ams has made money out of the satisfaction of seeing her brother, even cinnati, LI. T. Price, Knoxville, Tenn., death. Owing to delay in train, she did at Rowland and it is hoped that Mr. UB. Miss Pearl Cleaver, Lebanon; Miss Nellie not reach here until an hour after his Higgins will be as fortunate. Would it not be a good idea lor those Kean, Mitchell, Ind ; Mre. R. A. Colline, burial. who are tearing their shirts Willlamstown, F L, Brinkley, Charley A man giving his name as democrats A Fraud. Mks.Gov W. 0. Bradley and handami claiming to he to secure nominations tor county olilces Morrow, Somerset; Mrs. Chas. Benson, some daughter, Mies Christine, ppent "George Wallace," to spend some o( their timo in trying to Miss Maria Redding, Atlanta, Ga.; J. L. applied to the Odd asveral hours with her sister, Mrs. R. C from Stanford, Lincoln county out of republi- Waddell, St. Louie; Rev. and Mra. G. D. of Parte for financial aid. In reply wrench Warren, on their way to Rock Castle can hands ? Boss Davison and hia coTurner, Jasper, Fla., J. Warren Shelby, to an inquiry a telegram from Stanford Is here, and we are making Very Low Prices on Springs, Saturday. are doing all iu their power to carLouisiana; Mrs. Girtie Price, Mt. Vernon; said: "The man la a first class Bwlnd-ler- ." horts Summer Goods. Mrs. A. D. Root has been chosen by ry the county this Fall, and should they Mrs. J. W. Whipple and daughter, Mica In tho meanwhile the Impostor College at Sherman, tt the succeed, there's no telling when we will Daisy, Miss E. Eleon, Louisville; Chnrke of a square meal at the orTexas, to take charge of ita Home De had partaken it. Lay aside personal ambition Soitz, Cynthlana; W. U. Means, . der's expbnee and silently taken his de- redeem partment and will leivo with her daughfor awhile, gentlemen, and make your Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas, Cinparture. Paris NewB. No Biich man is ters about Aug. 15 fight against the enemy. Beat the repub- ff cinnati. The home of Mr. Thomaa Jefferson known here November and you may get tho licans in Egos. Mrs, W. R. Edwards, of the otlice you seek, but should we fail the Mykiw, The funoral servicco of SteHatcher is a veritable hospital. His phen S. Myers were quite impreesive. wife and four children are down with Eist End, Iibb made a record with her chances will be decidedly againat you. Rev. G. W. Young, of Richmond, read tne measles. Mrs. Hatcher has been hens tula year that beats any of which Tub new democratic county commit-te- o the 8orvice for the dead and offered a fer we have heard She baa 25 In number very ill hut ia improving. met here a few days ago and organ vent prayer for consolation for the widMrb. Mattis Alvbhbon and daughter, and has sold 340 dozen eggs, besides eating and hatch- ized by electing J. E. Carson, chairman. ow, orphans and relatives of the deceasall the preall Bhe wanted for MIbb Rosa Lee, took nearly miums at the Richmond fair on bread ing purposes. At tho low price of eggs The list ia aa follows: Stanford, No. 1, ed, after which Rev. W. S. Grinstead and cake. We know that they were ful- she has gotten not less than f30 for what R.L. Hubble; C, D. F. Logan; 3, J. 0. preached a brief and exceedingly approly entitled to tho latter, for we sampled she has sold. Considering the fact that Lynn; 4, W. 0. Barnett. Crab Orchard, priate sermon from the Psalmist: "Call it costs little or nothing to keep chick- No. 1, J. E. Caraon; 2, J. R. Edmiaton. upon me in the day of trouble : I will some of it. Whitley ens on a farm, Mrs. Edwards made al- Waynesburg, No. 1, L. G. Gooch; 2, W. deliver theo, and thou shalt glorify me." Misses Florence Mykbs,Su6 Come and trade with us. We will save you money. L. McOarty; 3, J. II. Carter. Huatonand Nellie Murphy, Tevia Carpenter, of most the entire amount clear. In conclusion, he read the obituary from 9 ville, No. 1, J. E. Wright; 2, E. D. Ken- the Interioh Journal, and after offering Faulconer, of Danthis place, and Pearl Good. Mr. William Anderson, a red nedy; 3, 8. M. Owens. Those turned consolation to the bereaved, took occaville, form a house party at "Falrlawn," e down are J. H. White, Henry Hester, sion to pay Mr. E. H. Stallcup the highUrn beautiful country home of Miss Ma hot free Bllver democrat of tho theorizes thusly about R. U. Denny, J. H. Moore, F. E. Wright, est praise for the tenderness and devosection, mie Wilson Carpenter, this week. democratic and republican candidates 0. L. Hensley and R. 0. Warren. Let tion he has always displayed, eo unuBual Mrs. W. 8. Grinstkad is at last out of the for president: "Mr. Bryan la called a the new men get to work now and re- for a The Masons, under the & danger, we are glad to say. Her huspopulist because most of the populists deem the county from republican rule. escort of the old Confederates, of which band sat up with her ovor a week and will vote for him. If this makes htm a attonded to all his church calls, besides Declamatory Contest. The hand- gallant army the deceaaed was one of o, McKinley is a of his son, Letch- populist, I inBiat that watching the bedside given to the suc- the truest and bravest, then followed the as he will get that vote almost to a some gold watch to be with the measles. er, who is down at Beazley and Mene-fee- 'e remains to the grave, and with the honis a poor rule that wont work cessful contestant H. Kihiiv, wife and Miss man." It declamatory contest, on Tuesday, ors of the order, directed by W. M. Rev. Gait. W. ways, but It is not our intention to V. Sizemore, consigned them to tho Thompson, surprised their many both Mattle Aug. 11, Ib on exhibition at Danka' jew- A. oven insinuate that Mr. McKinley doea oarth. The Rev. R. R. Noel, on behalf frlendB here by coming in on batunlay elry etore. Call and aeo it, together with to the Caucasian race. of the Confederates, delivered n little mnminn.! f rnln and remaining a few not belong the plcturea of the young men who will I which waa aa beautifully worded shaved his beauThe contestants aro Rodhours. The captain has Nicholasville city council has just try to win it. The waa applicable to the occasion. He The supply is more than the detiful goatee offend could almost paes in man Keenan, of Harrodsburg Graded aa it passed an ordlnauce making It a fine of mand. Dedication ol the Old Ken- spoke of the deeJs of valor of those who cog. School, "The J3 to rido a bicycle on the sidewalk. Carriages for $4.00. Home;" Don Victor Ballou, Hogs- - fought for the Lost Cause and referred in Mu. John M. Hail was taken down $5.00 tucky Nearly every town hasanch an ordinanco Speaker;" touching terma to the rapidly decimating with llux Friday and got so ill that it $6 00 Carriages for $500. oughtn't to lag behind In ett Academy, "The Unknown and Stnnford less than 50,000 remaining of the waa thought bfBt to telegraph for his Ward Goodloe, Centre College, "The Co- ranxe, Carriages for 6.00. $7.00 procession till somebody is hurt, aa hundred thoueand who went son, R. G. HbII, at Somoraot, to come. tho bra;" J. W. Throckmorton, Kentucky eeveral SS 00 Carriages for $7.00 they will aurely be unless the practice battle for the cauae they loved University, "Tho Chariot Race;" James forth to Hg arrived to find him aome better and $10.00 Carriages for $8.00. Pedestrians ought to have is stopped. and believed to be juat. Tho ConfederM. Saufley, M. E. T. Lltorary Society, he waa still somewhat improved yesterSi 2.00 Carriages for $10. 00. ates present were Judge M. C. Saufley, Bomo rights which bicyclists should resCrown of Victory." John Cam Duncan, T. J. Hatcher, A. K. Denday. $13 00 Caniages for $ 1 1. 00. baa the same right aa Stanford, "The n, pect. A Negro Hubble, "The Hero Woman." ny, A. P. Pendleton, G. 8. Carpenter, Mrb. Mary Ann Hubton, of a gentleman grew Robinson, of Mrs. A. 0. anybody else, but 111., great-aun- t W. W, Ken. T. Riggs, Oynthiana, "The Death T. L.Snelton, R. R. Noel, G. W. more than usually Indignant the other and Capt. Thos. Richards. Among of Benedict Arnold." The admission Dunn, with two of her girlhood associUndertaker, and Dealer in Furnithe visiting Masons were Robt. day when he told us that he bad just will be 35 and 50c, reserved Beats at usual ates, Mra. Margaret LaBley, of Louisville, and Louis Landram, of Lancaster, ture, Carpets, Wall Paper &c, seen a Negro blow hla whistle to make a place. The music will be a pleasing fea- and Sam M. Owens, of McKinney Lodcr. and Mra. Margaret Stevenson, of Crab Stanford, Ky. I Eich white lady get out of his way as he was ture of the entertainment. who acted as Marshal. Orchard, are visiting Mrs. Dunn. Bcorching on the pavement. of them la over 80 years oW. InteriorJoormul BoiI Phaeton, Surry or Buckboaid, Wheat Drills, Land Rollers y B. K. WE A RED. g, ! MOT WEATHBB m m Buu You a Gasoline or Goal Oil stove 91 1 1 I Ba-ker'- B . Broken Yourself Down HIGGINS & MCKINNEY. ! i s old-fas- h FARRIS & HARDIN, Wad-dlo- at Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. m Prices to Suit The Times. UNDERTAKING -- to-da- J. C. OTCXJUETT 9 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer buai-nett- CLEANING-U- P TIME Fel-Iow- b Carr-Burde- Maya-ville- Light Dress Goods, Challies, Piques, Oxfords, Ladies' Vests, Shirt Waists, all at us-in- g STARTLING REDUCTIONS. m Preach-ersvill- Ladies'Vests,3 ForlOc SEVERANCE SON. Btep-so- n. No-gr- ad-dre- HBjfijH BABY CARRIAGES Must Co Bloom-ingto- De-Bo- rd WITHERS, Kin-nai- rd .' iji The Paris Reporter saya that there & white men in that city who are 0 now They Oentplretl to Estrange a Cler- - feet and over in height, tho largest COAL, gymnn and a Troubled Hilnstrr. 0 feet 4 find the smallest 5 (eet 3 in. pnbllshod Every Tuesday and Friday AT Scvornl of tho lnrjro toiincoo junniifncttir. The tallest man in the county ie C (eel Near Kailioad Crossing, East of Depot, STANFORD, KY. 93 PER. YEAKIX iVJD VANCK lntr firms nro now trying to popularizo 8 inches in height. .their goods with youthful consumers by Good, Clean, Cheap Corn and Hay taken When not so paid S2.60 will be chargedTbo Shelby Nays says it rained 7.17 giving nwny with onch purchase, a lapel In exchange. Came nnd see us. button on which Is printed 901110 strlkltiff inches in 17 hours in that county last motto, and It wns ono of these Innocent week. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. pieces of bono that enmo near causing disa. m., and j 05 sension In one of tho Stanford at Trains leave fashionable churches Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures celdt, croup and whooping cough It is pleasant, safe p.m., returning at tjop. i and 9:20 p.m. of tho city tt few days ago. Tho son of tho pastor U full of worldllness and reliable. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. For sale by Craig & Hoc Iter, Htanlord Ky. aud smokes cigarettes, so when buttons m canto to constitute n part of overy pnekngn u 37P Ke. i4. Train going North Mrs. Khodte Noah, of this place, was taken in " ..... 3 13 a m of cigarettes ho was one of tho first to bo " Ko, t. " night with cramping pains, and the neat day William Siielton, President. ' South .....u 04 p m adorned. Ho soon hail qulto a collection, the Ma. took a half bottle tt black...... ..... oj p m and In looking over It ono day ho saw ono diarrhoea set in. She no trliel She then sent to Mo.t; berry cordial, but got help her. I had see QUEEN & CRESCENT. inai sirucu mm as belnu nartlcularlv nn- - uie to her if bottle anything that would CholeI sent of Chamberlain's Colic, a Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiproprlnto for his father. So ho picked it ra and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first dose re- ate Courses of Study. of Trains past Junction City a followi: out, and going into tho library, where tho lieved her. Accther and,our neighbors had been Schools of Music, Art nnd Elocution. had tried different Ko. 1 South 11.07 p m No a North ...3.41 p m mgmiicd old gentleman was limy at his sick for about a week The Scholastic Year for 1I96-- 7 will open Monfor diarrhoea, but kept getting worse. I tent " ...i.oop'tn " 3 11.09 am " 4 Only tour doses were re- day, Sept. 7, and continue forty weeks. ' 3 " m next Sunday's sermon, he stolo softly up him this same remedy am " 6 " 11 3? ...3.S lie tajihe owes his school Ilefore deciding to ...8 3S p m ' 10 " ...6 00 a m behind him and pinned It on tho ministeri- quired to cure him. remedy. Mrs. Mary recoery your daughters, be surewhat send fer yeu will send r 9 " Sibley, our X)v to al lapol aud then went on his light heart- to this wonderful Note. Not. 4 and 5 and o and 10 run no Sidney, Mich. OittiloKMO. Address than Junction City. All traim ttop there. ed, happy way. sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. For MRS.NANNIK S. SAUKLKY, A short thno afterward one of tho Lady Principal stf wealthiest pillars of tho church, an eccentric and decidedly conventional splnter, called nt tho parsonago and proceeded to nnrrato unto her shepherd tho woes that inado her llfo a burden. She was driving away at a tremondous rate, tho minister paying sympathetic attention, his fingers Junction City, Ky. toying Idly with the lapel of his coat, when tho maiden lady's eyes foil on that button. A stern and rigid look settled on her natWILL CURE New Management, urally sour vlsago and sho stopped talking abruptly. Then sho rows to go. Extensive Improvements, 'Excuse me," sho said "hut Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Excellent Appointments. Sores, Boils, Pustules, I thought that was whnt ministers were Semi-Weekly y Interior Journai THE BOY AND THE BUTTON. are 137 NOEL soxr, J. Is a B. THOMPSON, ESTIRj.A.'Srr. A mouse colored old mare mule my place ten days ago. The owrer ran came to get by paying for her keep and this adAertisement her Julys. J7-- t V. D BRIGHT, be-I- ng DEALERS IN candidate for Congress in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic Patty. SAM W. IHENJEFEE Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic patty. sub- 'o. TO THE LADIES I STANFORD - m-- Female College. I am back from the cltict with everything that it new and pretty in the Millinery line, a visit Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools to my store will convince you that this stock Is or Lincoln County, subject to the action or the the most complete. Elegant lint Linens and Embroidery Material democratic party MISSLICCU HEAZLKY, Stanford, Ky GAUL AND SINGLETON FRANK S. GREEN 1 Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic parly J. F. IIOIJDA9I It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontist, rtm-edi- es Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' 5HWt5 fur-t- SAMUEL M. OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic party. sub- Building. Drugstore in the Owsley FOB, SALE. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For Kale. Has on It a gool, com .. -r lMal.l& tl til ol Bix Koorat, and all necessary outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for stock, alto a tplendld, never falling well, r or futther partlculari apply to J AS. V. BAILEY, J Stanfoid, Ky. Cooke's Sarsaparilla Linnietta Springs, JAMES B. GENTRY ject to tho action of the demoeiatic party. support is earnestly soiicuta Is a candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln County, sub Your ,."'""' 1.1. EMMETT McCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Linceln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. Your support it earnestly solicited. free-singly-, M. for." F. ELKIN I will POWDER Absolutely Pure.1 A cream of tartar baking pow der. Highest of all in leavening Tho bewildered parson tried In vain to detain her and obtain somo explanation, but she was obdurate and hurried away, with Indignation oozing from her every pore. Ho followed her to tho door, and when sho hod slammed It after her was walking slowly back when he looked down on that button and tho hold, black letters of tho motto, "I've troubles of my own; dou't toll mo yours. " Xew York Journal No More Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and &-- Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it " Keeps You Well. ' The moit accessible Summer Retort in Kentucky. The greatest diversity of Mineral Waters to be found any where. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. from now on deliver the Stanford Factory,! Ice regularly every morning, Price ICEo 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. An y amount between 10 and too lbs t VTelo. ut must, positive v be paid the first of each m nth. K BRF.MF.R. All b Sulphur, Chalybeate, Eptom, Magnetia, Salt, Alum, Ac, In an abundance. Hops every Friday It a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln Couuty. night Music by splendid orchestra. Write for sublcct to the actlou cl the democratic party. and Circular and Analysis of waters, Table first earntatly asks your tuppoit. Class. 3$ White Hiilphur, lllicW JOE T. EMBRY J. John U B. OWENS & SON, Junctioa City, Ky A G Lar.ham Cono Ono, Come All. Props. And tee the new Hats at Mis. Duddcrar's Tempi ol Fashion this week. New Legon. new Panamas all the new Ptttltn effects in Flowers and Ribbons Handsome goods but Low Prices Dress making don. in Ue latest style and on short M D. DUDDERAK, notice. MRS. RATH DL'DDKKAR. SHELBY & SHELBY, Midnight Falls. She watched him put tho package nway strength. Latest United States Gov carcfull vand, womanlike, she was curious. ernment Report. "What is iti" she ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00. "Phosphorus," ho replied. "What do you Intend to do with it?" sho New York. persisted. "Last night," ho explained with deliberation, lu the tono of a man who felt thut J. W. COOK J. W. MiGINNIS, (a charge paint thop: In charge trimaing shop, ho hud n grievance, "I came homo late." "As usual." He paid no attention to tho Insinuation, THOMAS Y. but continued his explanation. DANVILLE, KY., "You may recall," ho redd, "that I foil over two chairs and a doll carriage and Builder and Dealer in All Kinds BtepjH-- on a wooden bull that threw me on of Carriages. tho back of my nock." admitted. "It waked "1 recall It," Work done and warrant. Repairing a Specialty. 1 to give satisfaction. All work done when up nil the neighbors ns well as myself. akl. SHAW, ta "Nothing. Oh, nothing nt all," he replied sarcastically. "It was a small matter, but It annoyed mo, and I mado up my mind that If you couldn't touch the children to put their things away where they belong I would at least make arrangeJ. F. BARKER, Proprietor, ments bo that I would know where they nro when I come homo after lodge meeting - tonight. This phosphorus" "Poohl" sho retorted contemptuously, Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. "you'd hnve stepped on an electric light If It had been it) your way last night." ChiRemodeled and refurnished throughout. Large cago Post. and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Belli. Tho Verbatim Keporter. Prompt and polite service to gueiti. 4; "Jones," said the city editor to tho new reporter, "I've got nobody to copy tho hoDOC DRVK CARROLL BAILEY. tel arrivals, so I wish you'd go over and take tho Pacific House register. " & Tho new reporter went straight to the Proprietors hotel. A guest was registering, but tho moment ho was through tho reporter grabbed tho book and started. "HI, there," shouted the clerk, "bring STANFORD, KY. that back!" Tho clerk and all tho bellboys got after Tlorses handled under Saddle and in Uxrntss, roadsters and him, but In vain. A moment later ho burst nd prepared tor sale. Good saddlers bought and told on commission. half mile track and best stables in the country. 8 triumphantly Into the newspaper olflco out of breatlu "I I got it!" ho shouted. "Got what" asked the cltv editor. 3DB,. "Tho register I" New York Sunday jjrvSv accounts due when work Is oo livered. Your patronage solicited. promised. All de- What of It?" OF LIVERPOOL. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. BSRBEE & CESTLEMH. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. MANAGERS, Yours for Health, Commerce Building, Louisville. James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. gents Throughout the South " F. B. Twidweil, A. Hammond, Hubble. J. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. Castleiran. Livery. Feed and Sale Stable, - IOYAlj INSURANCE COMPANY Junction City, Kontuckv. ff First. CI ait Turnout!, Prompt Attention, Very Keatonable Katct. A portion of your patronase It reipcctlully tollclted. ,s 6m. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky , at 6 per cent , tcml an nual Interest; no commiitlon charged Address GEO. W DAW. Room 17, Kenyou Building, Louisville, Kv. For blank applications and fur thcr Information, in iulre ol J N. Saundert, Att torney, Staaterd, Ky. THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, m. w. jomrsosr, It Agent for The And The New York LIIc Ins. Co. Aotna Accident Insuranco Company. Beat and Most Favorable 3STOTICE Ce-da- I Superior Plumbing! B?a workman of BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Wafer Closets, FrostProof Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs A specialty. - BAILED DRYE, NONE WORKMANSHIP fcECOND TO Gilt edge reference In and out of the State Ask your Danville friends about my wolk, Termt el Intoraece All persons desiring Locust I'Asts fer plank fence, pott and railing or wne fence, can find r Creek, oa what they want at ray store near the pike leading from Crab Urchtrd to Stanford I alto keep always on hand a good supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ot lumber for building alio boards and ahiulet All prrtost desiring any article of this kind can call on me at 37tf Farm No, i contains tyi acret In Wathirgton my store near Cedar Creel county, Ky . the grvatet pan of which it In grass, ti W .SINGLKT"N. jitf June if, well watered with goM Iraptovcintnti, Intlud- uk new sieui rooi toiucco barn lor is acre crop. . . . . .... rn i mil unirici in Kentucky ler White Hurley To ttcco. Comfortable rctldcnwe house. A go:d Residence House in Stanlord, with Farm No a contains 100 acres in tame locality, Ky. store home on sam. lot, for sale. The let contains with brick dwelling Larfe ttoca aud tohaiea acre, andean tie eauly divided, putting storebarns. One ol the best Improved farms in lbs house and residence on separate lots. At reasonMak-county. All kinds of Carriage, Buggy and Wagon able price aud en easy terms. Apply to log and Repairing dune Vehicles marked Doth farms ate in fine nil. of nr.uiviihn. I N. SAUNDERS. Stantord, Ky. .tl as new. A H Kinley hat charge J3 and made ol the painting department and guarantrct hit wairrcd ond fcnccl. Ctoteto R. It. denoi. irhooli. market and on a fine turnpike. werk. a specialty aril for cath onFor information apply to ly. Accounts due ist of each inrnth J. N. SAUNDF.RS. J II GULER. 10 Stanford, Ky. 11. KINLKY 18 cm A. W. A. THIBBLE?, local agent, Stanford, Kentucky. s, Two Farms For Sale. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. M St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, g ..... or tr gc-o- iione-brtceiu- Training and Sale Stable First-clas- s T. F. CLARKE. Clement Houte Tlulldlng, Danville, Ky. I COAL I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. ITotioe Sal of Land. Ky., on I will W. B. PElTlTSr. at the Russell Springs, in Russell county, and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, to jou get such as you want at the lowest possible prices for Cash. Office, Milli-t- . and Railroad Crosting, opposite Roller Mills J. . HIGUINS. Stanlcrd, Ky 37 am still agent for Falls Uracch Coal THE RILEY HOUSE Capital Stock- Surplus SIOO.000 F. B. BILHY. Proprietor, London. - - - Kontuoky. I have moved to my new Motel and am better than ever to accommodate the public Livery attached, and every convenience da. tired. Oive me a call. iOOd 7T . World. Saturday, August 8, 1896, Offer for sale about Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. J. : T. SUTTON", s Isoo oneo them sleight o' hand fellers can catch bullets that's fired ft him an hand them back on n plute. I guess ho gets big money fer doin it too. Second Westerner Big money! If I could do that, I'd be willln to do it for nothin. Brooklyn Life. Literature In Chicago. Eastern Man (in Chicago) Collecting subscriptions for the Browning club, eh? What do you need n fund for? To rent a First Westerner En. whero 200 Acres of Land, Including Russell Springs, Together with all the Household and Kitchen Furniture, upon a credit ot 6, is and i3 months, equal installments. This sale is to settle the estate of A. M. Vaughan, deed. H. H. DUNUAR, Master Com'r Russell Circuit Court, UNDERTAKER, MUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o the peoplo of West Lincoln and Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffins and Caskets always on hand. D. S. Carpenter, Manager. 95 CALL ON" hall? Chicago Youth No; wo have n hall, but wo want to raise money enough to buy two copies of Browning and a billiard tuble. Attention of the public is invited 10 the fti that thit it the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provitiont of tho National Bank are secured not only by the capita stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor at amount equal to the stock, so that depositors 0' this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,004 five sworn tlatementt ofthe condition of the bast Sole proprietor Deso's Black Diamond Kool art mad each yearto the United Sutet govern-min- t and lit astett are examined at stated timet Paint. Ettimatet furnished for painting Wood, Metal and Iron Rooft Satisfaction guaranteed. by government agents, thus securing addititoai All roott painted with Dean's Ulack Diamond and perfect safely to depositors, This institution, originally established as th. Paint guaranteed for yrart, Dealsrt in best Cistern Pumpt and Galraniied Iron Filters, Calvin-ize- d Deposit Bank of Stanford in 185S, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j ane and lllack Iron Roofing of all kinds, tl n as the Kirtt National Bank ol tgain Stanford in iSSs, hat had practically an uninterrupted existence of it years. Ills better supplied now with lacllitlet for trtDiactingbuiinest prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long ane honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully tolic J. T. JONES, Stanford, Ky. 23.700 Tin & Sheet Iron Works, FRANK R1LKY. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS NOW OPEN. Now York Weekly. A I'oeslblo lle&sou. F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Rings. Chains. &c. Stamping on Metal and een Shop over M. L. Klmoie'i store, Sfi Klin ford, Ky. "When Twilkcns gets nnythlng on his mind," said tho busy man, "ho is always 6pcnklng of it ns 'the question of tho hour.' I wonder what makes him do that." "I don't know unless it's becauso he expects to take up an hour a day of your time explaining It." Washington Star. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract' "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Kivet Junction the was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxisms cf cough, ing would last for hours with little intermission and it seemed as if she cauld not survie them, A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery, it was quick in its work and highly satisfact-r- y 111 results" Trial bottles free at W. B McRoberts' Drug Store. Regular size 50c and $1. We do not propose directly to make you a present, but if you need anything in our line, you can save enough money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice present. Come and see the many things we are offering GT AT COST.-B- a eral repairing. Marvelous Results. of thit Bank 11 composed ol Forcttus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J, II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S, H. Baughman.l Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, K J. 8. Hocker, President; Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A McKinney, Asst.Cashiti ted. The Director Pkksknt Engagements Give Promise of Largest Attendance for Years. Row Music. New U. Jitf New Ideas, WRITE FOR TERMS. CUS HOFMANN, Proprietor. Thomas' 3T. A. AYERS, First-Clas- Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. . s Guarantees lar. Prices reasonable. W. P. TATE, Stanford. H. G. RUPLEY, Farmers Bank&Trnst Or STANFORD, KY., Co Isnowfullyoiganued and ready for business witi work lu every particuHas had 13 years' 01 Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000 20,000 Hay Rakes -- expe-fenc- FOR- 3m Portland San Francisco. To the NOj&TMWIKST Via The .t Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more generally needed in the Spring, when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish a d the need of a tonic and alterative is felt A promp use 01 this medlcicc hat often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act moro surely in counteiactlng and freeing the svttem from the malarial poison. Headache, indigestion, constipation, dluinrss yield to Electric bitters. Only joe per bottle at W. B. Mc Kobtits drug store. Nowadays, when women are trjing to is not strange that many tbiues are over done. It Is not strange that there are all Mods of physical and mental disturbances If the woman who is a doctor, or a lawyer, or a Journalist o in business wcvld not try to be a society woman too, it might be different; but the woman who knows when sne has done a day's work, has yet to be born Usually a woman s v ay Is to keep dcing till she drops, working in this way has manifold evils. The most common trouble resulting from either meutally or physically, Is constipation of the bowels, with ti its attendant horrors Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the most eflec-tnremedy on the market. They work upon the system easily, naturally. There is no unpleasant narsea after taking them. No griping no pain-- no discomfort. Tnev are comnnsed of mttrrlitt that go through the system gradually, collecting an irapurwcs ana, nice ine good utile seivants that they dliposlnf of them efuetually; n, .lt Electric Bitters. TME MEMMANT TAILOR Is Receiving his HP) tOU'SVIUf HfWAlBAIIY'a CHICAiO Rry IFMINU AKTB SUMMER Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. HERD OK Only Dining Car Route From SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Note closing up) with the same assets and undti ine same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are a fully protected as ate depositors in Nationa Banks, its shareholders being held individual! Iiaole to the extent of the amount of their ttoct therein at the par value thereot, in addition to tht amount invetted in such sharos. It may act as executor, administrator, truttee, Ac, at fully ai an individual. To those who cntrustedtheir bultiness to us while mnaglug the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks ant trust they will continue to transact their bmnest with ut, offering ax a guarantee for prompt attta-tioto tamo, our twenty years' expenonce li banking andas liberal accommodations as are con intent with tound banking. J. IS. VanArsdale- J. W, Baucmman. M.S. Bavgiiman. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, rKOPRISTOKS LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, - Kentucky. Stanford, first-cla- ss Elegant Pullman Vestibuled I Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address rtlANK J. REID.)J f E.D.H.P.BACON or A., G. P. Agent, ) Cbica&o. I Louisville Be sure to call for Monon, Route. TO CHICAGO. KtRED THE BLUE-GRAS- S HOGS. My Breeders were telflctcd from the best htrdt of thit famous breed of swine in several different States. A splendid lot ol pigs of diiljrent ases for salo. Bred sowt a tpecialty. Satitfactloa guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address Qaavor. St Pani. ai, R. H. BRONAUGH, Ky Crab Orchard, GRSHSSPPIBfefe J. Williams, ML Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J, 11. Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch,, Stanlord; A. W.,Carpenter, Mllledgevillt, W, H. Cummins, Preachers Hit, S, H. Shanks, President, Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Brfchj, Teller, J DtHSCTORi: for rates. ;In our If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stahU, See us BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-clas- s prlcet. Tiy our hone thoer. work and sattfactqrv