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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896073101 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. emi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. WAYNESIWR6 The tbreaher whistle can bo heard again, though thcro is but little wheat in tbia neighborhood Rud it la very llht. W. II. Baatin begun his echool Monday hi llita pfaca with a Urge attondnnce and we hope ho may teach a good school. Ota, the llttlo daughter of James WilllaoiB, died Saturday nlRht of cholera infantum and was buried Sunday overling at the Slnglotou graveyard. J. M. Reynolds l tho boss trader. He traded his buggy to 0. 0. Gooch and then went and traded with 8am Simms for a mowing machine and another buggy all the same day, besides making several smaller trades. A Urge crowd attended the chi dren's meeting Sunday Bnd everybody seemed to enjoy hltnaeW. Among those that spoke were Rev. W. R. Davidson, Bro. 0. I Ilensley, of Klngsvllle, Bro. Logan B. Brown, of Casey, Bro Garland Singleton and others. The democrats in this vicinity aro opposed to th6 idea of another convention and believe that those that are try log so hard to get democrats to repudiate the platform because its silver plank does not suit them aro men who care nothing for the good of tho democratic party and only want to rule or ruin. We believ in majority rulo and shall stick to the men and platform selected et Chi-- Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1896. NO. 44 CASEY COUNTY. Intending Note by a Live 2:-J- Some Corrc-jwmle- nt cago. There came near being much blood spilled over near tho Casey line last Saturday. Julian Adams, who had been in Pulaski for some time dodging Deputy M. G. Reynolds, slipped homo Saturday, lie went to Klngsvllle, got loaded on kill devil whisky and shot ouo of Jack Simms' dogs. lie and Slmms met and a few words paiBod between them, when weapons were drawn, but friends averted the blood letting and Adams left before another sun. Me KINNEY The South Kentucky Baptist will convono here next week. The literary society did not meet on lat Thursday night. It has been decided to postpone mueting any more until cooler weather at least. Tom Gooch and family, of St. Loulp, are here viaitlng the former' mother. Mr. Gocch is 111 now. Lute Tibbals, of Somerset, was here Sunday. Only a small number went to Frankfort Saturday from this place. Those were Meesrs. J. V. Bailey, John Beck, William CoHey and Ed Tanner. A pleae-atriple reported. Thomas Walker has been quite sick for a few days. Mrs. John Bibb is very much Improved, much to the delight of her friends. Joo Carson, of Kingsviile, who haB been very ill with typhoid fever, was here last weok visiting relatives. (Julte a crowd from this place attend-o- J the High Bridge camp meeting lant Sunday. Some of those who wont were MieeeaMollie Wright, Florence Tanner, Emma Moore, Margaret Tabler, Jennie Cooper, Annie Johnston, Nannie Kennedy, Fannie and Olive Davidson; Messrs. E. 0. Singleton, 4. W. Bailey, Mac Williams, T. W. Walker, Elmer and Clay Gooch, Frank Greon, Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Alford. Mac Williams went homo Suuday night to spend a few days. Mrs. EI Tanner is visiting her mother, Mrs. Van Owens, at Junction City. Misses Helen Bibb, Georgio Moore and Clara Tabler returned from High Bridge Monday. Mrs. F. M. Ware and daughters, MlsBes Eugenia and Samantha, wero visiting relatives at Crab Orchard last week. Mrs. Joseph F. Smith, who has been visltlrjg friends at Pisgab, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McOlure, ol Crab Orchard, wero vlBltlng relatives here this week, Mr. William Flint, of Texas, and former-l- y of this place, is visiting relatives and friends here now. Arso-clation nt LIBERTY, CASEY COUNT Y. Tho Hon. David G. Oolson while here spoke at the following places: Liberty and Duunvllle. Mr. seems to bo very confident of his Oolson nomination, but since Mr. White has submitted to the convention it seeinB somewhat doubtful. It Is thought that Mr White will carry this county. democraoy of this The county la for the lawful uomlneea of tho party that were made oi'r standard bearers at the official convention, and it matters not how many sound money men tho sound money convention puts out, the sound monoy democracy of thiB county will stand loyal to the acta of the party In their National assembly, and let m hnWnr4 to hv the wavelde. even if they are of the same financial faltb. In such a Union as this Is strength found only. ,. . Mld-dleburg, Liberty Is not on a boom, but is awakening from her slumber she has been In for the past half century and building up gradually, and she may rise yet into notice and rival tho cltiee by her industry. The Commercial Bank Is doing a thriving business and growing rapidly as tlmemovfson. Cashier G. A. Prultt still wears the Bame old smllo and Btands behind the woven wire to give you value received for your "30 days after datb" you tender him. Great preparations are being made to make the coming fair to bo held on Aug. It), 20, 21, the best one for many years. Tho fair ground will be changed and will be across the river where shade Is more plentiful and convenient In every line. Tho premiums aro not large but liberal according to the hard times. --Through the courtesy of Jailer Bell we had the pleasure of going through the new Jail. Though we have visited Liberty many times since its construe-tion- , this was our first introduction to it and glad to say then for temporary pur-po- se only. It is built under latest style and the peoplo of Casey are proud of it. The money question in Casey is causing no disturbance at present, but may wax warmer as the chilly days draw nigh. We had the pleasure of interviewing Hon. Geo. Stone, who informed the writer that he was not, and would not be a candidate for Congrt-BsIn the coming contest. He is a sound money democrat but bows to tho will of the majority and will support Bryan and Sewall. Nev.r missing a chance to visit a printing otllce when opportunity affords, we entered the Tribune ofllce and found the devils hard at work as thoy always are, while tho outside world Is cussing him for what he published and sorno for what ho didn't. The Tribune has changed hands, Mr. J. W. Loving, tho editor, is youtif. In tho cause, but a nicer man never entered upon editorial duties than he and we feel eatleflod will build up a paper that the county will be proud of Here's hoping success. Tho teachera' institute mot at 10 o'clock Tuesday, Supt. P. H. Taylor in the chair. After comploto organizition, Prof. Roark, of Lexington, who will conduct tho institute, was Introduced, and from his opening remarks we are satis-flethe institute will be a success if the teachers do their share of the work. Supt, Taylor has done considerable work in the county loMlio advancement of the cause and informs us that the present year will close one of the best for many previous. Nearly all the dlatricto are supplied with new houses, maps, charts, dc, and we are glad Casey is coming to the front in the educational line. The superintendent, knowing we sometimes penned a few Items (or tho dailies, invited the writer around in the front ranks and requested us to givo tho I. J. an item of tao proceedings, which we cheerfully do in a boiled down manner. From the position we were in wo were able to face the institnto and can Bay that we nover looked upon a nicer looking crowd In the rapacity of an institute than they are. The institute will remain in session five dys and the teachers will enjoy the gathering, as the people seem determined to entertain them in royal Btyle, while Liberty should take advantage of the occasion and gather all wisdom possible, as all the intelligence of Casey is camped within her borders. The hotels aro doing a thriving business and the way fried chickens are disappearing at tho hands of the teachers, will cause a scarcity of the article that will rival the memories of the oldest inhabitants. But with such men at tho receipt of custom as our friend, "Billle" Stagg, of the Napier House, and the clever A. Lipe, of the Exchange, no one will leave their dining rooms without the inner man completed SOMEWHAT LOCAL. - S. W. Hodge has been appointed postmaster at Ltly, Laurel county, vice B. H. Lee, deceased. Mrs. Rebecca Simpson, aged 53, a ,well known lady, and wife of a Garrard county merchant, died Wednesday. Five buildings wero burned In as the result of fire which started in Mrs Sarah Boston's kitchen. The at Pullins, Garrard county, will be discontinued after today. D, 0. Pullins, the postmaster, couldn't spare the time to attend to it. An enthusiastic democratic club about 200 strong, was organized at Lancaster Monday afternoon. M. D. Hughes was temporary chairman. W.B. Mason was elected president. Lnw-rencehu- post-oflic- a Two now store-roo- ms In Uarrods- - buig, owned by Mrs. L. D. Card well and occupied bv John W. Pnelna & Co. and T. U. Carter, burned Monday. Loss $30.- 000, fairly well covered by Insurance. Mrs. M. B. Stafford, in Danville, died at Asbury Park. New Jer sey, yesterday morning at the home of her Rev. J P. Dawson. Advocate. Miners at Jelllco, East Jelllco, Coal Creek, Grays Station, Est Bernstadr, Clear Creek and Middleaboro have held meetings and declared for Bryan and free silver. Ten thousand votes are said to be pledged. The Blue Grass League of Base Ball Clubs, composed of Maysvllle, Paris, Mt. Sterling and Lexington, waa organized Tuesday by the election of Louis H. Ramsey president and W. S. Williama secretary. Judge Clark, the regular judge, being disqualified, J. N. Bradford was elected 8pecial Judge at Barbourvllle to try the famous murder case. Col. Breckinridge represents the accused. The crime was committed in Perry county in woll-known eon-ln-Ia- Fields-Adkl- ns 1S02 Tho surviving members of Wolford'a or the First Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry nre most cordially invited to meet In reunion at Somerset, August 20, 1S9G. There will be plenty to eat, fine music, soul stirring speeches and good time generally. Tho lato Solomon Weddle, of this county, would have been 74 yeara old had he lived till now. Ilia wife, who yet lives, is 74 To them were born 13 children; all of whom are living, five boys and eight girls, and their grand children, great grand children and so on, number 1G9, and 103 of them assembled at the old homestead, from which they eprang, on the 18tb, to celebrate the grandmother's birthday, where she bad lived for more than 50 years. Somerset Paragon. true-blu- e Walton's Intkriob Journal will soon don a nobby new drees. It will improve its appearance; other improvements are unnecessary, Louisville Poat. The average temperaturo in this city yesterday waa the highest in 15 years. One The maximum waa 0S.5 degrees. death from heat and a number of prostrations wero reported. Courier Journal 20th. v ticularly the cream-o- f and soda used to raise or leaven the food. and soda'.that are now procurable for domestic purposes'contain large quantities of lime, earth alum and other adulterants, frequently from five to 2G per cent., and consequently vary so much in strength that no person can tell the exact quantity to use, or properly combine thorn, to insure perfect results. From using too much or too little, or because of tho adulteranta In them, bitter, salt, yellow or heavy biscuits or cakes are frequently made. These adulterants are also injurious to health. All this trouble may be avoided by tl e use of the popular Royal Baking Powder. Where this preparation Is employed in and soda, its the place of ly satisfied. perfect leavening power always insures V. R. 0. light, flaky, digestible biscuit, cakea Here is a sample of the prohibition and pastry that are perfectly wholesome that the Somersot Paragon in- and free from the impurities invariably flicts on Its readers: present when the old raising preparaI'll tell you what I'll do, tions aro employed. With that dreadful whisky bill, Tho Royal Baking Powder, we are inInstead ot paying it for drink, formed by the most reliable scientists, la I'll throw it o'er the hill. perfectly pure, being made from highly But you can buy your whisky, refined ingredients, carefully tested, and Got drunk if vou want to, and combined bo exactly proportioned And if any body loves vou, thatit never fails to produce the boat and It's moro than I can do. uniform rosulta. An additional advanI do despise a drunkard, , tage in its employment cornea from the I'm a temperance, girl you know. fact that bread or other food made with And if I can And him out, I won't have n drunkard beau. it may be eaten while hot without fear of indigestion or any unpleasant results, The ticket agent at Wellston. 0., while being equally sweet, moist, and sold tickets to a party of 13. Two were grateful to tbo palate when cool. killed before the day was over. Positive newB that tho ship recently E'ghteen turnpikes in Scott county, foundered near the Falkland Islands is running in length from to 8 miles have the Olty of Philadelphia, has changed been turned over by the stockholders to rejoicing among tho friends of the pas the fiscal court free of charge and. travel sengers and crew to mourning. on them has been made free. These Gen. R. E. Colston, at one time com- roads have never paid expenses. mander of tho Stonowall brigade, died at J. Hull Davidson has sold his half the SoldlerB Home in Richmond, Va. interest in tbo Phoenix Hotel, LexingHo was in his 71st year. Gen. Colston ton, to bis partners, Hon. M, 0. Alford served six yeara In the Egyptian army, and D. F. Frazee. The company formod and secured the decoration of Knight by these three gentlemen was capitalized Commander of the Turkish Order of Osh at 2300,000, but it has been in the hands inanich for distinguished services. of a receiver. ta-tar PERFECTION UN CAKE MAKING. Housekeepers frequentlywonder why it is that thoy canntoot make biscuit and here. cake that are light and palatable and that A BROTHER'S TRIBUTE. taste as delicious us the biBcuit and cake by their mothers and grandmothmade John Miller Eulvjlsii III Bivther Will ers, the delightlul memory of which evPort Staklkv, Falkland Islands, en to this day creates a sensation of Jane 5, 1890. Sad tidings from home. pleasure to the palate. The trouble May that tender cure always given by His arises from the highly adulterated state gentle touch to the widow, the orphan of materials thoy have to work with, par- and the unfortunate be offered his own Cream-of-tartar MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. Mr. James White nas opened a rock quarry near town. Fred Kreuger, who has been 111, leaves for Harlan this week. Rockcastle Is in the oil belt. Oil has been found all around It, when will the bojt strike here? The recent severe rains have injured the county roads almost irreparably. Tho earn was badly damaged in some localities. A protracted meeting will begin at Maretaburg next Sunday. Elder J. R Boatman, of Richmond, will conduct tho aervices. The teachers' institute will be held e at the next week. This is always a lively week for the people to enjoy the presence of the respected instructors of the children. We note with pleasure the noble way in which the Interior Journal comes out for the democratic ticket and we wish that all editors who endorse democratic painciples would aa unhesitatingly do likewise. There is much sickness reported among the children. Little Roberta, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Davis, baa been quite ill with brain trouble, but we are pleased to Btate she is now recovering. Little Lelia May Lovell has also been very ill, but is improving. The narty which was chaperoned by Mrs. D. N. Williams returned from Dripping Springs yesterday: Mesdames C. 0. Williams and Cleo Brown, Misses Clara Kennedy, Alza Logan Brown, Rirsa Williams, Susie and Annie Thompson Messrs. Rob and Ed Cox and R. G. Wil liams composed the party. All report a charming holiday. Messrs. Thompson and Davison spoke here last Monday, The latter spoke first, dispensing bio doctrine in unbroken doses to bis followers, who heroically swallow all the pllla tho party prescrlb. Mr. Thompson then endeavored to alleviate the chaotic condition of affairs in the democratic ranks. His arguments were pointed and convincing in favor of free silver, constant applause, increasing in ardor, showed that be won many from tho gold standard. In fact only a few are yet out of the ranks and they begin to feel that they are in the wrong pew. Mr. 0. 0. Williams spent a few df ys at Dripping Springs last week. Mrs. Jas. Yeager Is visiting Mr. M. J. Miller. 0. A. Albright and Miss Bessie McClure spent Sunday with their friends at tbo springs. Mies Alice Bethurum, of Maretsburg, is quite ill. Dr. E J. Brown is chairman of this district. Prof. J. S. Reppert, cf Ravenwood, visited his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Nesbltt, tbia week. Messrs. Wardf Cook and Dillion, of Livingston, attended the speaking. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, wbb in town Monday. Mrs. Evans, of Zsnesville, aro visiting friends court-hous- The Record of the Past Is the Best Guarantee for the FuturS. EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETYOFTHE UNITED STATES, ISO BROADWAY, Z7IZW YORK. years the Equitable Societv has DURING the past Thirty-siaccumulated, in the transaction of its business, Total Assets of oyer $201,000,000, Out of which it now holds, for the benefit of its Surplus Funds or Profits, amounting to over Policy-Holde- ty rs, Total $40,000,000, $13,000,000. , Which exceeds the sum of the Surplus Funds which have been accumulated, and are now held, by any other Life Assurance Company by over DURING the past Ten Years the Equitable Society has made Total Surplus Earnings of over $46,000,000, Which have been larger than those of any other company, and has, after paying Dividends to Policy-Holde- rs, accumulated durjng the same period, a Total Surplus for its Policy-Holde- rs, amounting to over $27,000,000, Which exceeds the Surplus accumulated by any other Life Assurance Company in the same time by over $6,000,000. to study the record of the Assurance Company proposed to him and learn the facts upon which the promises of Future Dividends and Profits are based. In other words, let him ascertain for himself the results that have been secured by the Company suggested, in the accumulation of surplus during its history as well as its average profits in recent years. IT WOULD be wise for a person intending to assure his iife J IN ENTERING into a contract which may not terminate for thirty or forty years, it will well repay the assurer to eive the sub ject the careful investigation that would be devoted by him to any otner anair oi itKe magnituae ana importance. Due inquiry having been made, let the best Company in whiph to assure be selected one whose past record and present financial condition justify the belief that in the future it will afford both the greatest security and the largest profit of any. "I 1 THE BUSINESS of the Society is conducted on the purely mutual plan; all surplus belongs to the Policy-Holders. PERSONS considering the assurance of their lives will find it to their advantage to send for a Prospectus, which contains a full description of the various kinds of policies issued by the Society. For further information apply to IS i) ' HIBBERD BROS. & General Managers for Kentucky. LYON, Louisville, Ky., TSLy,9 T. J. B. TTTRITER, Lancaster, Special Agent. fVWs i i cream-of-tart- ar ture stricken widow and child. This kind of good deeds filled his life and will cast the mantle of forgetfulness over bisfoibhs Universally kind, be loved the neighborhood of his childhood best, and the neighborhood him. truthBrave, benevolent, ful, alwayB honest. An energetic and determined officii 1, the good he accomplished he considered a duty and never otherwise alluded to it. Of his personal benevolence his silence was sacred. Never exulting in triumph he could not be cast down by defeat. Wide open in all bis actions all the time, under all kinds of circumstances in all kindB of warfare, his adversary always knew the ground he occupied, but be knew bow to offer a Friendship that left "Paths of Peace" as smooth and clean as the untrodden snow. Hia simple Faith in the Christian Re ligion was beautiful and childlike. Such in brief was the life and character of our brother at whose distant grave my heavy heart offers this little tribute trust-worthy, I S U CC ESS ! 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 GOODS CHEAPER THA1T You bought them before, now is your time. EVER JAMES FfTVE, Hustonville. Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing 1 " He needs no eulogy. L S 4c iWF Shingles Etc. J. H. Millkr. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. CHURCH CHIMES. The OffenBboro Messenger gives liberal reports of Bro. Barnes' sermons, which it pronounces the best heard there for yearb. The meeting closes tonight with the lecture on "The Lost CRAIG & HOCKER, DEALERS IN . )- Cr Tribes." Postmaster Genoral Wilson has an order directing railway mail clerks not to tako an active part in political campaigns in the way of going as delegates to conventions, making speeches or assisting in campaign management. An item is going the round of the Michigan State press to the effect that a young lady bad a needle entor her waist about a year ago and that it recently worked its wav out of the arm of a young man in another city. it-s- ued - 1 i Bruqs, GKern.ica'ls, Oils, t It Pays to Daai with a Cash . Paxia-bs- , J Painters Supplies and Druggists Sundries. .. House. 34--- Give us a call and be convinced. ii . J J ., t ?! - j Tub dispatcn to the Louisville Post party in November, 'or at any other dnco the inanuf aeturtti fabric at the low-epossible price. that the republicans time. We are fighting against tho coma L-and sound money democrats will pull off mon enemy tho party of class legisla The wife of Henry Lyons, living Davison and unite on a sound money tion; the party of monopolies and trusts, near Point P.easant, W. Va., quarroled Stanford. K? - July 31, 1S96 candidate for Congress, which will bo ei- fighting against "The crown of thorns with her husband and left him, going to ther W. W. Stephenson, John W. and the cross of gold." Then let us the home of a neighbor. Lyona went Hughes, Charles II. Rodes, J. A. Sulli- unite in a determined effort. The dem- after her, tboy kissed 'and mado up, but W. P. WALTON. van, or James B. McCreary, is the sheer ocratic club and1 county campaign com- on their way home tbey quarreled again est poppy-cocDavison could not bo mittee hayo been organized. Organize a when he ahot her to death. pulled off with a block and tackle and Bryan and Sewall club at every voting General Nelson A. MileB, O O. Howard, of tho United Statis Gov. McCreary has said be will support place, and keep the great truths underthe Chicago ticket. The others men- lying the great struggle, now on hand Army, and the Rev. A. A. Myers, presi AT THE- tioned couldn't bold a light with John prominently before the people, Agitate dent of Harrow College, of Cumberland men, of which we Thk gold standard the main question in this campaign and Gap, Tenn., are agitating a movement to Thompson. are an humble one, accepted the gauge of once for all hit the matter bo settled to establish a military and educational inbattle laid down by the eilverites and put After a suspension of two weeks, the the glory of the people and tho prosperi-t- y stitution to be known as Lincoln Acadup the beat fight they could. They were Liberty Tribune cornea to us bearing the of the couutry by the hearty endorseemy, on tho site of the Four Seasons victors fairly, if not justly, and they us- names of J. W, Loving, editor, and El- ment and final triumph of the platform Hotel, at Harrogate, Tenn. ed their power in the National conven- more Brents, proprietor, tho latter hav- and ticket adopted by Chicago convention to further their ends, as the gold ing bought out Mr. Lilburn Phelps, who tion. Winchester Sun. AIM AND TRADE ITEMS. democrats would have done had they made a moat creditable paper of it. In Read what we have on the list for tin's week: Winter Turf oats for sale J. have been in the majority. That thero his salutatory, Mr. Loving doesn't say MORE NEWS NOTES. F.Cook, Rowland. White Fringe Towels, 42 in. long, 10c. are populistic tendencies in the platform anything about politics, but aa he is a -- Richard Bibb sold to Pence & Bibb Tom Sallee, a Dayton, O., Negro, ate India Linen, worth regretted, but all parties democrat from away back we hope be and goes at 5c. adopted is to be ft bunch of lambs at 4c. devices and these will put the paper in the middle of the eight fried chickens to win a bet. resort to Dimities and Fine Lawn, worth 15 and 20c, now 10c. Col. Underwood sold to Columbus Robert Garrett, former president of are probably harmless. It would be use- road for democracy. Bishop 23 stock hogs f jr Jo0. All kinds of Calicoes, Blue, Black and Red, 5c. tho B. and 0.,died at Deer Park, Md. less to have a convention, if the minoriGeorgo Pendleton sold to James Ladies Seamless Black and Tan Hose only 8c: A Peru, Ind , man attempted suicide Tub Danville Advocate, which will not ty kicked out of tho tracts every time because he couldn't make his hooka bal- Givens a bunch of shouts at 3c. To Bupport Bryan, is opposed to the nomiLadies' Handkerchiefs, worth 10 and now 5c. they failed to get what they wanted. M. B and J. C. Eubauks sold to noble 'presi- nation of a new ticket, for tho excellent ance. less an authority than our Ladies' Black and Tan Oxfords, regular price 75c, now 13 heavy cattle at 3 85. Warden Nell will hereafter not al- Montie Fox dent said four years ago: "We must sub- reasons that it cannot possibly win and Tom Yeager got second money with low a prisoner beyond the walls of the mit to the arbitrament of the National will serve to further widen the hreach Men's Plow Shoes, 9SC. Jim Lawrence at Ottawa, 111 , last week. convention." Any other course will be and make the union of the democratic penitentiary. -1- 1. H. Bronaugh'a Kitty B. started Ladies' Cloth-T- op Shoes, regular price S2.00, now Si. 25 BArt Green, colored, was hanged at Better fall into suicidal from a party or a practical poli- forces more difficult. at Latonia this week but was behind the Men's Fine Shoes, Congress or Lace, go now at gSc. murder. He fainted x tics point of view. Trje majority must line, old fellow, and help ua elect Bryan Jackson, Tunn., for money. on the scaffold. Sec all other Shoes as they go in proportion very low. is kept up and and Sewall. rule if party organization Thompson A. Bro. bought in Cagey Miss Catherine Orr, of Elkhart, Ind., Good Overalls, Brown or Blue, 43c. the party having spoken at Chicago, it Is and Adair countiea a bunch of yearlings was struck by lightning while painting POLITICAL POINTS. the duty of every democrat to fall into at JS to $12 50. Good Check Jackets, 35c. her pretty cheeks. line and keep step to the music of a unCol. Al Berry thinks that Kentucky J. E. Farria' fine saddle stallion, WalGood Heavy Cotton Pants, 50c. The Russian loan of $200,000,000 if ion in which there is great strength. will go 40,000 for Bryan. ia sued oy the Rothschilds wes subscribed lace Dare, at the point of death with Blue Cottonadc Pants, 45c. Free Coinage and 1C to 1 are names kidney trouble. for 2i times over. Four years ago, Mr. Cleveland, in an of running horses now at Latonia. A Nice Assortment of Carpets and Matting. J. H, Baughraan & Co. were offered In Washington county, Pa., 15 coal swer to a letter written In lead pencil by Sam J. Roberts was chosen chair1 000 barrels of old corn at f I put on the 35c Matting now 20c. miners were drowned by the tremenJustice Lamar, who was then on bis man of the republican State campaign dous downpour of rain. cars at Lancaster Monday. " " 15c. 25c death bed, wrot3 a letter to the great jur- committee. Wni. Moberly bought In the SouthProstrations and deaths from beat " " 10c. ist, which besides showing more afloctlon 15c Populists and democrats of MinneFour ern end of this county a small bunch of and feeling than the president is suppos- sota have agreed upon fusion and a di- are reported all over the country. And a thousand other things too tedious to mention. heifers and steers at 2 to 2Jc. died in Louisville Wednesday. ed to possess, proves that he foresaw the vision of the offices. Louis Walz bought of Mrs. W. L. We are never undersold, but always undersell. Mrs. H. M. Warren, formerly of danger. Be opposed a change in the fMr. Bryan's collection of mascots W Itbera some butcher stull at 2 jc and of Louisville, was among the victims of a inancial policy and said: "Our Southern now embraces six rabbit feet, a bunch of S. H. Baughman a bunch of hogs at 3u. cloudburst in a Colorado canon. friends, if they persist, will be left alone four-leclover and a horse shoe. Well filled races and hotly contested hereey. The Tom M. Hanifin, a printer and labor with their John B. Thompson will speak at leader, was shot and killed at Nashville rings will be the rule at the Danville that another Southern idea and a Fair. Don't fail to go. Augnst 4, 5 A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictots, charge of heedlessness for the public safe- Harrodaburg next Monday and offers to by Deputy Sheriff Alex Barthell. and G divide time with the Boes. Poor George! ty on the financial question will do ser A race war ia reported to have occurT. D. RANEY, Manager. Felix Albright says old corn in OklaWhen asked if he would support the red near Jasper, Fla , In which six were vice in the place of the memories of the homa is worth only ten cent. He alep civil war. As one who loves bis country, Chicago ticket, Senator Lindsay answer- killed and Beven seriously wounded. says that money is loaned at 3 per cent G. M. Hiatt, a practical newspaper Branch Stores: and believes that her interest is bound ed "Yes," like all good democrats should. per month there. am most up in democratic supremacy, I Capt. W. J. Stone, seeing that the man. has leased the Williamsburg Times Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg Gambonlto, the World's Fair cham paper of uncomfortable and unhappy in the fear fates were againat him, has withdrawn and will make a Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, pion stallion, owned by the late William that the South will not see, until too from the Congressional race in the First it. Rue, has been put to pacing and wi Elizabethtown, Frankiort, Ky., Fire destroyed the livery stable of diBtrict. late, the danger of their marring all." Dauville Fair next week. at and Mauckport, Ind. Resolution rejecting the Chicago plat- Small & Caldwell at Bowling Green, a start the Beauregard Anderson, of Oxfor Thk sound money State conference form were adopted by the executive number of fine horses beging burned to said from 107 ewes 135 lambs for $511, im-ai- ia was not a very held at Louisville Tuesday committee of the Young Men's Demo- death. Tti ere are not hogs enough in the county imposing affair, though some good, but cratic Club of Massachusetts. There are 0,000 building and loan asto eat up the growing corn crop. Georgemen took part. Mr. C. R. aiisauided, The populist State convention of In- sociations in the United States, with 1, Long, presided, and Judge J. Q. Ward, a diana refused to put out a fusionist SOO.000 shareholders, and assets aggre- town Times. There was not a hoof of cattle on tl e l!J last year's bolter, was made secretary, af State ticket, as they were asked to do by gating $500,000,000. .m market at Laucaster Monday and nobody a speech. ter Chairman Davie had made 111 Boston banks have deposited JS05, the democrats. seemed to care if there wasn't. Court A call was then issued for a State conven000 in gold for the relief of the Natiom MesdamtB Mary Ellen Lease, Anna tion to be held in Louisville Arigust 20th Diggs and Helen Gougar are to take the treasury in addition to over two millions days are rapidly petering out and tho quicker they go the better. 1:1 and for county mass conventions to be stump in behalf of Bryan. When the subscribed last week. Are both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. Not more than 20 cattle were on the held Aug. 15. Hon. R. T. Tyler was elect- women are for him who aball be against '..s The properly loss in Pennsylvania We can sell you Kenmarket Monday and none of them wa ed National committeeman for from the storm and flood will probably him? sold. At least GOO fair to good mountain tucky and W. W. Stephenson named as Friends of G. G. Gilbert, of Shelby reach a million dollars. The total loss of sheep, most of them from Wayne counfrom this dis- county, executive committeeman are endeavoring to induce him life is now placed at 15. ty, aud weighing about 100 pounds found trict. Some of the fellows who took part to run for Congress against John B. Joseph Wesley Harper, one of the Winchester Demhave nothing to lose politically, but we in the Sch district, says the Courier-Journa- l. two brothera composing the noted Har- ready sale at 2 cents Delivered at your house. Have about oo bushels of '? ocrat. will wager that before they are a year old per Bros., publishers cf Harpers MagaSCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR $1. ersome of the others will regretthat they In Clark county 221 democrats, zine, Bzir. Ac , is dead. There Aro Drawback. Call and see us. ever beard of a bolt. have signed a paper saying they An engine on the Yandalia roed Sho threw nsido tho paper and looked will not eupport the Chicago ticket, and went through a bridge near Crawfords All the rumors that a big eflort was H. P. Thompson says there are G41 in ville, Ind., killing three men outright at him us if sho woro ubout to givo him a wholo problem uovol nt ono volloy. fill going to be made to side track Godfrey the county who will not. and injuring several others. "Wouldn't you like to bo n king or a Hunter proved groundless, or maybe it George McConnell, grand keeper ol priuco or somothing iu tho lino of royCapt. Frank B. Riley commends the fa more proper to say, it proved futile. alty?" sho naked. course of the Interior Journal in records and seal of the Knighta of Pyfor Congress by Ho was "Woll, 1 don't know," lw replied and Sewall and eays be ia thias of Oregon, baa gone to Canada with the biggeBt convention ever held by his ia lino with hundreds of democrats doubtfully. "Royalty has good many in $2,000 of the Order's money. party in the district, and he says he is go Laurel county, who will he drawbacks." As the result of the hurricane at "Yes, I suppose it has," fiho admiting to bo elected. He is counting on ATwere lost, 36 in- ted, by many republicans. Pittsburg, Pa., two lives "but it must havo a great many democrats to help him because be will many fatally, and property dam- pleasures too. Think of tho wealth and Kenjured, The secretary of the State of stand on the St. Louis platform and John tucky holds to an opinion that would aged to the extent of $100,000. position and power for gocxL " Chicago. Such democrat?, Rhea on the make trouble for fusion in electoral and The 170 State and 18 private banks "I do," ho unsworcd, "but thoro's if there be eucb, are not worth hades moro to bo considered than that. I'd Congressional races. It is said that he in Kentucky havo capital stock and statesroom and we hope the gum-shCooking, amounting to $22,437,935.75 aDd want to know who was goiug to lw poot would rule that no name can go on the man ia reckoning without his host. laurvato before I'd even considor a Heating, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less of $33,G04,1S9.23. official ballot under more than one par- loans and diecounte proposition to sit on a throne" ChicaGasoline, than actual cost. Nelson Metcalf, living near Olarks-villa para- ty device. In Tuesday 'a issue we copied go Post. Mr. Bryan has announced that he Tenn., tied a rope around his neck Lexington Leader that graph from the , UnfaYornblo fitnrt. one A.J3. Hunt wanted to put a fortune will receive the notificatipn committee and other end to a rafter in his barn. He "I was vi'iy glad, Mabel, to poo you was jerked off on McKinley and would give anybody S10 of the Chicago convention at Madison then straddled a mule and among those who were received into tho who would procure f 100 betB against his Square Garden, New York, August 12. into eternity. church last Sunday." Sheriff Douglas, of Nevada City, favorite. We bad never heard of Col. Ho is preparing the speech to be deliv"Yes, auntie, but I was bo provoked , after a band of with the clergyman. Ho gave me tho given further ered on that occasion, and it will be the wont out Hunt or should not have highwaymen. His body was found on a old style, unf ashionablo handshake. And publicity to his babbling. A gentleman ground work for his campaign. colonGov. Bradley has declined invita- lonely road,bvt beside it waa that of a ho gets a Falary of 0,000 a year." knows says that the who Chicago Tribune. el hasn't had $300 of bis own since the tions to make McKinley speeches in bandit with a ballet in bia heart. jnryin tbecaBeof Dr. Jameson The war and that the present effort to get Maine and other places on the ground You're Noticed IU himself tfclked about is in keeping with that these are hie buay daya. The gov- and his associates in the raid upon the "Thero is ono quoer thing nbout all ernor is right. The people elected 'him Tranavaal found them guilty, and impos-e- d theso men who got nominated for high bis charactt r. After having for some time considered the advantages upon them sentences ranging from 15 political offices." to be governor, not to go galloping over and disadvantages of the Cash System of doing business, Gov. Bradley gives aa a reason for not "What is it?" country making speeches. months for JameBon to five months. we have been forced to the conclusion that it is right, and calling Lt. Gov. Worthington to tho the ' Thoy aro always so happily marMilan's monument to King Victor The Hon. W. D. Bynum, of the ex in the end, tlje best for both buyer and seller. On Wedhelm, when he went over to Cincinnati ried. " Chicago Record. for a few daya that ft was a uselesa ex- ecutive committee of the Bound money Emmanuel was unveiled on June 24th, nesday, July 15, we will begin this system, viz: Buying pense, and the people will agree with league, Bays that 15 States have aent the 37th anniversary of the battle of San and Selling for Cash Only, and we feel sure that we shall NEW ADVKBH8KMEN7 him. He was in telephone range of his assurances of being represented at the Martlno, where, for the only time, King be able to satisfy both old and new customers that this coming sound money conference and Victor commanded alone in person. office and could have answered any call move is best both for them and for us. We will carry a I. N. Coffee, president of the Illinois for bia presence in a few hours. The that every State in the Union is expectBetter and Larger Stock of Goods than ever before and lieutenant governor is a good man to ed to respond save a few in the far West. State board of pharmacy, wes assaasinat- feel sure, that we shall be able to please you in service, in Bill will have a great deal to do with ed at Cairo by Dr. Crabtree, arival drug-- 1 anagt$ keep away from Frankfort anyway. He quality of goods and in price. Yours for Business, Coai i!ut(ne place at saundeks ia entirely too fond of exercising the the presidential election. Bill Bryan cist. Dr. Coffee waa a native of Bard-- . will have charge of id aa he U w. t.known la that well It G. L, pardoning power during his little brief will lead the democrats and Bill McKin- well, Ky., where he had many friends end of the county. J- " ",GGIN8TRY PAYING CASHSSsXSiSSSSej?" authority. ley the republicans, while other Bills and relatives. a, a.i. The ice trust has Chicago by the Tan Frankfort people are rejoicing over such as one dollar and fivo dollar bills throat. Before May 1 the price was 25 the decision of Warden Nell in abating will skirmish around considerably and was raised tbetruBty" conylct nuisance. For the havo a band in the fight. Winchester cents per 100 pounds. Thenofit100 pounds to 40 cents. Now the siz Democrat. Orst time in years not a convict is to be K4 This from the Glasgow Times is a is melted down to G5 pounds, making tbe j of the walls and none should except at labor on public fair sample of the way the free silver pa- actual cost 00 cents, iuucu uiguer wiuu iu be again & works. It should not bo left to any man pers mention the bolters: And Oholly Stanford. A sensation baB been created in Lex-- 1 Long and Billee Haldeman and tony or set of men to increase or lessen the carroll find themselves too virtuous to incton by the kidnaping of little Nellie punishment Imposed by law. There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices support the National democratic ticket and John Ji. iliompson uy meir momer, Since her sepaTiikbb wern't many from this district Well, well, well I Virtue is a great Mrs. Lizzie Thompson. at the sound money meeting at Louis- thing and a good thing. Virtuous Wil- ration from her husband, Uarry B. All at prices in keeping with these K ville and some of them ought to deaden lie Chaste Oholly ! Spotless tony I Ev- Thompson, Mrs. Thompson nas ueen liv hard times. AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Kl In our CLOTHING over the repuHlcan line and Btay there. ery one of 'era would go to hades for vir- ing in Cincinnati. v Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call Within the past two years six cotton We are told on good authority that one tue. Hurrah fo virtue, and Willie, and once and get pick of the stock. at , mills havo been erected In the States of or two at least of these who took part Cbolly, and tony Alabama at an aggregate LIT H CQ ' wl11 uke a" the hides I can voluntarily pledged to Davison Iu union there is strength. Organi- Georgia and has niLJuO. forcaihorla trade tor In eel among demo- cost of $2,500,000. The mills were forced vourt dars at Stanford or at my home leather on and would see Thompson at the devil be- zation and Chat, Eooatin, Tanner crats mean much for the success of the to go to tho cotton fields in order to pro- fore be will support him. semi-Week- ly Interior Joitrne at from Nicholaavillo fc WE TAKE ORDERS FOR! 2 Anything m the Clothing Line. Fit Guaranteed. 1 k, SIX PAGES- - ox-Ge- n. jtyollierWeelt of Stirring interest -- LiOUlSVfLLi& STOIE. d et-e- yy Sc, vote-catchin- g I2c, af free-coina- dan-gei- s, LOUISVILLE STORE. non-politic- al 'aiLH3(sz''H.imQ sva1?; free-silve- r 1 1 1 GUARANTEED m i I Goal at 7c to 14c per J3u I i I I J. fit. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. i 11 V -- Bur-pl- us oe AT YOUR PRICE. 1 e, W. H. WEAREN &.CO. 3i)IXr5'Xt)3203 (tr1.V)T(r5v) single-hande- d CASH BASIS AT PEWTS DRUG. STORE. vtg50S NOTICE JlT - I I seen-outsid- I Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Umbrellas, Ladies' Shoes Slippers, New Line Gents' Neckwear, II. J. McROBERTS. J - MaraBaBaaaMaBimManai 32020a03 PENNY, Ex'or, mm m FOR CASH ! USTezst For tlie Tiiixtsr 1 IDas, 1 Otton-fetl- I ( mmmmmimmKmMmmmmi MMMWOr. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. -- srrss -- caa L''CJ& emi-Week- ly (pRiQjUotj&TO - - A DREAM DREAMED OVER. HOW IT la DONE. Stanford, Kt July 31, 1896 W. P. WALTON. For Judge of the Court ol Appesli. The mnslo wm throbbing and pulsing: Tho flowers, and the palm, and the light. In smooth, waxed floor wore reflected That glorious gala night. With the fragrance of roses abont her, In her dainty, pure white sown, Ebo was, i ho whliporud to hor, ' "Tho prettiest girl In town." Ehe smiled and flushed and denied It, Aa a pretty girl must do, Dot by her heart' denp contentment Bho knew that ha thought It truo, And they danced to tho thrilling muflo Oh, life was riiptnro thonl When alio was tho prettiest girl In town, And ho wa the first of went BABY INCUBATORS. A , PHYSICIAN TELLS OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION. Tho Middle Aged Man and Ilia Illusion on This Great Karth. A look of KitrLniH meditation rests upon tho face of the middle aged man who standi at 'A JUDGE W. S. PRIOR Of Nsw UstSe. er' EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMei FORT. On TnesiUy, August 11th, the Ohesa-pjakOhio Railway Company will run itc annual excursion to Old Point Cjmfort, V. The excursion will leave LexlDRton, Ky., at 4:30 r. m. on a special vestlbuled train, and arrives at Old Point No Comfort at 3 r. m. next afternoon. other excursion affords aa much pleas nre and onjoyraent aa a trip to Old 1'oint. They parted with angnlsbod sorrow; Tlmo cleared tho cloudod sky, Dut at lait night's ball she llred again In tho charmed day gone by. His sou and her daughter wero dancing, Tho girl In a puro white gown, And Alio heard him say aa they panned hor, "You'ro the prettiest girl in town!" Oakland Echoes. HOW GUNPOWDER IS MADE. The Part That Each of the Three In the Kiiiloelre I'lays. Guntxnvder has Htciulily dovelopcd as an-unt- il The Hygela Hotel and its "up.to-dato- " management and appointments, as a stopping place; its table second to none on the Atlantic coast, the invigorsting a plango in the surf, the magnificent fishing and sailing make Old Point a moat desirable place to go. Tho rldo from Lexington is an enjoyable feature. After comfortable night on the cars, breakfast la taken at Olifton Forge in the crest of the Allegheny mountains. The ride then continues over mountain and through valley, past Richmond and Williamsburg, reaching Old Point in time for an afternoon surf bath. All of these pleaauns for only $12. Round trip tickets good for 16 days. Write for any informalon desired. G. W. Barmky.D. P. A., Lexington, Ky, l, Cincinnati, Saturday, August 8. Low round trip excursion via the Q'teen & Orescent Honte. Good to return Sunday, August 0th. Ball game, Cincinnati)) vs. Louisville?, Sunday. Ask agents for particulars. Q A 0. to Latonia, 1J fare for round trip from Somerset and other points North. W. 0. Rinbamjs, G. P. A , Clncinna Bicycii Paha rK. tl.O. sores, ulcsrs, salt rheum, fsver scr.s tatltr, chap- ed hsoJi.chtlbUim. corns nJ all sMn eruptions. It It I poiltlvsly cute piles, or no psjr rtpuirtd. lusrsntetd lo gir p.rlcct sailifsciioo or money ctaU rfundd. Price scdruggist. bo For isl tijr V. H MeHobrts Uucklln'n Arnica HalveThs bvit stirs in th wctM for cuts, bru'tc . - i" - pr '.n Linnietta springs, Junction City, Ky. fcNcw Management, Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. tucky Resort In KenWateri to be found any where. White Hjlpliur, IlUck (Sulphur, Chalybeate, Kptom, Msgncsia, Salt, Alum, la aa abundance, Hops ercrv Friday night Music by splendid orchtitra. Wtlte for and Analysis of waters. Table first. Circular Class. Tht most accMilbl Ths grestctt diversity Suati.r ot Mlnrral it, J. i B. OWENS & SON, Junction City, Ky. Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE mcchuuicul skill constructed letter and bettor wenpoua in which to two it, today it has reached n perfection of runtiufuoturo for various purposes which allows its effects to bo foretold in nny weapon, erou to tho timo it takes a grain to burn and to tho dislnuco it will drivo n nhot. Roger Ihwon'H Runpowdcr was roado of Haltpetor, Hulphur aud charcoal. Salt peter in chemically called niter and is u natural product found bedded iu tho eurth in different parti of the world, chielly in India nud China Sulphur, too, ii found in a natural stnto in many volcanic countries, liko Sicily, while, at is well known, charcoal is made from wood or woody substances by hutting thorn almost to n burning heat in an nirtight ve.iuul, thus driving oil everything in them but carbon. Saltpeter, sulphur and charcoal are still tho only ingredients of tho gunpowder in common use, although a now gun'Kiwder made of different materials is undergoing successful oxtierimont. A mixture of saltpeter and charcoal ulono would form an explosive, and sulphur is added chielly to inuko it plastio or capable of bring pressed into cakes aud shupi'K. All threo ingredient. have to bo purified by tho most careful chemical skill before they are combined. Then nit exact proportion of each has to bo measured out necordiug to tho kind of powder to ba made. For tho gunpowder generally used you would find in every 100 pounds, if you could heparan the iugredknts, 75 pounds of saltjxter, 1G inmnds of charcoal and 10 tKHinds of tmlphur, but it would 1)0 almost imiKxsiblo to separate tho ingredient, for they aro not merely mixed together as you might mix tapper and halt, but they nro ground and rolled and btirred aud pressed together by special machines until they aro almost hullioiently uuitetl to form u new substance. This mixing process is called trituration, and tho Kwdcr is thus mudo into tho form of big flat cakes, culled press cukes, and then broken up and screened into grains of special sires, or ground to tho lino powder used for shotguns aud revolvers. Tho largo gruiued powders arc still further stirred together until tho grains become highly glazed, and these aro called cannon powders. A lighted match may bo held to a grain of cannon powder aud it will bo found almost impossiblo to set it on fire, but oncfl ignited it flashon off very suddenly and violently. Liouteuuut John M. Ellicott in St. Nicholas. bin-gl- o aud care, tho ingenuity and skill that aro sometimes expended upon preserving uud funning into fluiuo a little spark that has hardly attained tho dignity of being called a life. Doubtless most aro familiar with tho metal receptaclo 4 by 2, standing on four legs about waist high, with a small water pipo aud heating apparatus on ono side and a cold air pipo and additional apparatus on tho other known as tho infant incubutor. But perhaps few realize the patient skilled watching and tho consequent cxpenso necessary to tho bringing forward of tho little inmate, until it shall bo able to take its place in tho world as u real "livo and kicking" baby. The Apparatus la Very Simple and Inex- silence ut tho ground IWoro him. pensive, but Attendance Is Costly In Ho is plainly Lut ix nf stably dressed; his feutures are lv . i. d, and his sunAddition to Saving' Life, Kach Incubaburned hands bear the marks of toil. tion Contributes Useful Knowledge. Citizens puss and repu, yet ho heeds reck-leqinIn sharp contrast to tho lavish them not Tho ronr of traffic is nil with which noblo, splendid about him, but apparently ho does not lives are often sacrificed to somo futile, hear His thoughts uro far away. ignoble cause, is tho infinite vigilanco Who shall j.ty that thoughts aro not .! - int .stotiou of two important tnom'tih'ures and gazes in Has Come and Gone and Your Account Remains Unpaid. A great many have been due a long time. I shall make a greater effort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance both to you r nd to me I must ask that all those who owe me for accounts due, to settle at once. Interest added to all accounts due last January. it things? The SstIm Array. Tho Swiss army is comploto in ovory Bf a workman of detail, it is said, tho medical, veterinary and cotntniasariat department) X4 YEARS thoroughly organiml, and this in spite of tho fact that tho averngocoat of Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Pro- a soldier is ouly 7 a year. Tho first lino forces number an effootivo total of Water Pipos, For 137,040 men; in tho laudwehr there eclain Bath Tubs aro 80,000 more, and in tho landsturm A sreeUUy. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO 970,000. Desides, owing to tlw encouragement given by tho stato to such inNONE. Gilt edge reference la and out olt&c Stats, Ask your Daavlll stitutions as tho Societes do Tir, nearly friends about my work. every man iu tho country knows how to hondlo a riilo uud is inoro or less of a T. F. CLARKE, soldier. Switzerland could at tho shortClsmsns House Itulldlng, Danville, Ky. est notice- put into tho Hold uud maintain an army of 1C0, 000 men at least, properly fouud and equipped. When the Swiss soldier crosses tho threshold of his houso, ho may bo said to bo in full Law, Attorney marching order, for1 ho keeps his entiro kit, rifle knapsack and cloak in his - home, nud every man takes an honest OfBcsoa Lancaster Strest, opposite th Court prido iu having each nrticlo in good House. Collections receive especial attention. &S condition. Pall Mall Gazette. bo-in- g of - W. S. BTTUCH, Stanford at Kentucky. Thomas' llljf I'rlcee Puld by Slagatlnes. Hay Rakes FOR- - for tho eensatioual foatures in tho magazines. A writer who cluims to speak with full knowledge of tho facta claims tho Coutury company paid $30,000 for its " Lif oof Lincoln,' $18,000 for tho serial rights to Mrs. Humphry Ward's novel, "Sir George Trossaday;" from 11350 on np to $750 for Kipling's verses, serial rights to "SentimontulTommio;" Robert Louis Stoveusou received $7,000 for ono of tho serials ho sqhj to tho Mc-Clu- ro Fabulous prices aro sometimes paid according to sizo. Charles Scribner's Sous paid J. M. Barrio $25,000 for tho J. K. VanArsdale. M. S. IUCGHMAtf. J. W. IUUGMMAH. syudieute. Other run! equally prices aro not lucking. Success in literuturo uowudays menus money just as certuiuly as docs success in other pursuits. It's all in tho naino aud tho fame. Family Call. Cruel. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiaTCMs LIVERY, FEED& SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-cla- will bo gono! Miss Pert Consolo yourself You will Imvo u clmnco to mako now I Miss Antique How sad tho thought thnt in n hundred years ull wo know At tho first appearance upon life's stage of this speck of humanity "scarce half mudo up," it is swathed in a bundle of absorbent cotton and laid iu its little nest, with nothing to distract Its attention but a perfectly accurato thermometer, to which it, however, seems wholly indifferent. Tho glnsi lid is then utmost closed. Experience hits taught tho physicians that it is better to leave it open a little space. A trained uurso nt ouco takes hor placo by tho sido of this uuiquo object nnd keeps constant guard over temperature, conditions of air, etc. Absolute quiet and a subdued light nre among tho requirements. Tho temperuturo muy rango from 00 to 98 degrees. In cases of low vltnlity it is kept nt OH, and with tho most robust is never allowed to go below 00 degrees. Then every hour tho httlo charge mast bo fed. This Is somotimes accomplished by means of a dropjier, but moro often u little rubber tu!x is passed through tho mouth uud cM)p)mgus into tho stout-ucand into this tubo is slowly poured a drum, about a tcnsiiooiiftil, of food. Thus iu the '24 hours about tlireo ounces of food nro absorbed. This food is made after a formula arranged by a most expert chemist and changes front day to day according to the development of the baby. Ktry 80 hours tho little gown of cotton is exchanged for a fresh ono of the snnio material. The food nnd clothing of this embryo tfc'rsonugo nro not, therefore, great bills of expense, but its lodgings, its physician nnd nurses mako up u pretty sum for its indulgent parents. It will onsily bo seen that tho only requirements for raising a baby iu an incubutor are a perfectly oven, high tomtKraturc, puro air and n food tho nearest approach possible to its natural food. But simple as this sounds it has taxed every resourco of tho best engineering uud sanitary authorities, tho finest bacteriologists aud chemists in tho country to arrive nt tho present etnto of advancement. An incubator as it is now perfected costs about $200. A few firms have them to rent, and as tho demnnd for them is naturally small ouo may bo rented at uny timo. Dr. Rotch, who Is responsible for many of tho recent improvements of tho incubutor, has been very successful in its uso. Ho iuslsts upon having always two trained nurses, so that no moment may there bo tho risk of a chango in conditions which might turn tho scalo tho wrong way. This of itsolf means $00 a week, uud tho timo of incubation is usually from two months to ten weeks. But tho baby so saved comes in timo to bo quito tho equal of his follows who followed tho good, old fashioned ways. Hospitals cannot boost as great success from their experienco with Incubators, although several includo ono among their appliances. In tho first placo it is often a case whore tho tiny Mohammed must go to the mountain, and it is almost impossible to accomplish tliis without somo little exposure. Then iu most cases tho child has not only prematura birth to strugglo with, but tho worst factor of having como from ill conditioned, badly nourished and often, intemperate parents. Besides, no nurse in a hospital, no score of nursea, can so arrange that ono shall always have an eye on tho thermometer; and tho 50 or more full blown babies will not upon demnnd refrain their voices from weeping out of consideration for tho sensitiveness of their delicnto little comrade. Tho hospital peoplo nro sometimes naked why they mako so great an effort to eavo tho lives of theso poor Httlo creatures who, ut tho best, must ontor tho race of lifo fearfully huudicappod. Their argument, of course, is that tho tiniest lifo in embryo has a right to its chance; but their interest is doubtless Physicians from largely scientific Maiuo to California, from tho St Lawrence to tho gulf, nro constantly looking to theso hospitals for tho latest and best results of their resoarches and experiments, and by studying tho treatment nnd watching tho development of cases horo, tho Incubating process included, they may bo nblo to save many n lifo nearer home. Besides, who can forotell whether tho tiny ntom may not turn out a Lincoln or a Wagner as well as n commonplace Smith or Jones? M. D. in Chicago Record. h, pre-pare- traces upon an environment now unseen, but us real as tho visible and tangible thing wo call matter, and thut somo dny, when tho veil is rent asunder und the spiritual eye lcoks forth upon a new universe, It w ill see iu changeless forms tho real nnd substantial results of those mentul processes aud But tho man hi moving. Slowly ho stoops. Ho picki up something from tho ground. Ho holds it in his hand and looks nt it thoughtfully. Then ho tu)S forward. There is a leisurely dignity in his movements that well may challenge tho attention of tho student of American institutions and move bira to reflection upon the effect of those institutions upon tho national character. Ho stoops again. Ho places carefully upon tho ground tho object ho has carried in his hand. J up an iron implement ho , Picking brings it down onco, twice, thrice, upon tho object Then ho straightens up, drops tho implement of iron uud resumes his contemplative guzo downward into the bowels of tho eurth. He Is an employee of tho street de- esses of tho mind leave lasting Who knows but that tho proc- H. J. McROBERTS. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. THE 9REAT BJJSfNESS TRAINING SCHOOLbF.THESOUTH. vl3ftrdtJtMJU9rrjiiint6 WtmrtMtoAJy$fifatnAW . .. C ''Aoofieii y ' " amended Huhdkds or cmdimtb holding Fine posniwrs. by the ueaoinc business k of THE COUNIRr. MENTION COUK8B fANTtp. M - THE - State College of Kentucky Opens September IO, I896. Instruction is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Classics, orrual School Work and in three Scientific Courses ol Study, viz: Chemical, Biologicnl and Mathematical. County appointees receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights free. County appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive trav eling expenses. Board in Dormitory $2 25 per week; in private families S2 to $4. For catalogues and other information, address JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D , LL. D., President, Lexington, Ky. i partment Ho is laying u pavement Chicago Tribune. The Rattled UrldegToom. A minister in Columbus says that women hnvo more nerve than men as n rule. This, ho says, is especially tho coso when it comes to mnrryiug. Somo timo since ho was called to marry a young couplo in what might bo called tho aristocratic circle. Tho young man was very much excited, but wus trying to put on a bold face for tho emergency. To show that ho was not frightened in tho least he concluded to nsk tho minister if it was customary to kiss tho brldo. After stuttering for bouio timo ho finally broke out, "Is cussing kistoraary?" Tho minister kindly informed him that it wus not under tho circumstances, and tho young man wus led to tho altar liko a lumb. Mansfield Shield. Saved! H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving his- - d IFUMNG- ATJD - SUMMER Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call HERD OF "" per-fect- lj THE Thoroughbred DUFOC-Jers- BLUE-GUAS- S r "E1 Y XXHaXJ sine XXUSX&m "Yes," said tho head of tho Idle Women's Independent League For Minding Other People's Business, "our noblo organization has succeeded in having tho child placed in mi institution." "Sho was terribly treated ut home, I understand," Baid tho new member. "Simply heartrending," assented tho president "Why, would you believe it, tho poor child was wearing a green skirt with n blue waist when the officers took her." Dotroit News. Insufficient Dmts. guaranteed. My Breeders were selected from tne best herds of this Ismsus breed of in several different States. A splendid lot ol pigs of ditiercnt ages lor sale. Bred sows a specialtv. Sstisfactloo R. II. BRONAVGH, Correspondence solicited. Address isssssssssssssssssBsssaBalsssssslssssssssssssssssssssss) Crab Orchard, Ky Tho inquisitive passenger had hinted around until his patience had worn out so ho asked tho dignified passenger, "What is your business?" Tho dignified ono answered him, " I am a lung specialist " Tho inquisitive man was quiet for awhilo ; then ho broke out again : "Say, I just happoucd to think," he said. "Did you mean you aro a doctor Cincinnati Enor a prizefighter?" quirer. The Money QuMtlon. 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 -- AT COST.-- a W. P. TATEI, Stanford. This is tho best market and ours is tho best houso to ship to. Wo mako liberal ad' varices on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In having many largo factories to supply. Wo pet you tho top price and pay spot cash ; not lu trade. No traveling agonta. Ship all your wool aud farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R "Mamie," said Maud, "have you studied tho financial question any?" papers." "What kind of money do you want, silver or gold?" ply. "Gold dollars mako such lovely bangles, and maybo they'll como in "I've read Jho headlines in tho news- WOOL. WOOL. "I want gold," was tho prompt re- stylo ngain. Tho " Washington Star. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Kurrell Court, CO. LOUISV1L1.E, KY. Working In DIstTlct. per to tho masked man on tho inside, "you git out of hero. If you want to do business in this part of town, you go threo blocks below. This row of build-in- a is in my territory. " Chicago Tribune. burglar on tho outside thrust his head cautiously in through the window. "HI, there," ho Baid iu a hoarso whis- THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE A A e a Ratal Note. MThoy nro talking of putting in long reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icof superhly appointed distance telephones for tho farmers' through trains. Pay Coashes and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattause." nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, . . "How charming I Of course thoy can T j.jjuviui--- , IJ r Wi ka IIa and Jacksonville, inrougn Sleeping .aia bo utilized in calling tho cows." ChiTa Chattanoogo to Jackson, Yicksburg, Mtnroe aud Asheville; and from cago Record. WJSIS and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to JLos Angeies anu Since ruddy's Got take. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud California, Theru's a century butween ua via New Orleans or via Shreveport. And the day that, down the pike. Short Line from the Dlue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Wo saw law and order vanish With our Biddy on n bike. Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. v a - ui rsa s M fVO jC i. Tho' In thinga that uro domestic. E'er, behindhand always late When it comes to breaking records On tho whcvl eho'a up to date. We've no posies in tho pardon , o'or by Mike, Thut'a But wo'vo bloomers In tho kitchen When thoy'ro not on Biddy's blko. Tho', nlua, our boiled bwf Isn't Biddy li jnlto a la modo. On tho rango our. dinners hoorch now Whllo sho's arorchine on tho rood. When long hours wo wait tho ringing bellko Of our brrakfnat Far away tin echo mork us on Biddy's bike. From tho On fate's Instrument today, tho', All in vuiu wh vent our ire: When w try to blow up Biddy, Biddy's blowing "P her tire. r'utu bun got a grmlg rtpninst us. And rfwolvlng thus to splko All tho vhifli of lifo domestic-Mou- nts our Biddy on a bike) . Mary Norton Bradford in Boston Globe. b-ll Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa. lion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. "W. C. Rlnearaon, Chas."W. Zoll, 1 Viv. Past'r Agt., Cincinnati- - 0 t7.i.J.,Cnclna4', O. feggp!? MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUA UTY, for rates. If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable. Soe us In our ss BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. first-clas- work and satifactory Try our horse shoer. s work in for him," said tho farmer. Whenever tho invention of a "Waal, 1 ullow ho did," said tho model, tho inventor is required to fur- hired man, nish it, of a convenient sizo, to show "Yaus. Fact is, I guess ho jlst about properly nnd to tho best advantage tho got it ull." Iudianupolis Journal. working of tho dovlco. A grenter number of men than of Tho oldest sou of a marquis takes women become stout lato iu life. No precodenco over tho younger son of a satisfactory explanation of this fact is duke. offered. Dotroit Frco Press. Kzhausted. mo that ho got a heap of work out of you when you was "Si Hubbard told WORMS ! vermifuge: 20 WHITE'S GREtM FOR YEARS Has lod all WORM Remodioo. HOITD 11 Right in Sight Sure Saving Shown you our General CataWe'll Gend logue and Buyers Guide, if you send us is cents in stamps. That u ay span postage or expressage, and EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.1 V 4X1 BltCTOGICTS, Full of important information no mattsr where you buy. 700 Pages, X2,oco illustrations: tells of 40,000 ctticlesand rightprice of each. One profit only between maker and user. Get it. MONTGOMERY WARD Michigan Ave., 111.116 & CO., keeps off idlers. t It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; Bicrunnsnx uu(uicc&., &t. tocn. Chicago. - yr jpfrWu..r g. a. i. .in -- fj' -- s ". - &emi-Week- ly Interior Jourke RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. July 31, 1896 AN Stakfobd, Kt.. EPITOME OF THE SERMONS OF A WEEK. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. View oa Failure, the Trinity, Work of the Published Every Tuesday and Friday Chnrch, Masonry, Fame, Character, V. cations. Caste, Children, Sectarianism and Secularism, the Deoalorne, Etc Edited by Will M. Clemens. 8 PKR YKARIN ADVANCK say When not so paid 82.&0 will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. in., and 4:0s p. m., returning at 4:30 p. n 1., and 9:10 p. tn. L.&N. tj, LOCAL TIME CARD. -- .....- summary of tho principal 6ermons recently delivered in tho United States and Cannda by tho leading clergymen, priests, prelates, religious teachers and professors of tho Christian faith. In every instance fho full text has been carefully read and abbreviated : ft Following is No. m. Train going North " " No, s6. " ' South Ho. 13, it 1 No. 04 p m ..........it 03 p in 313am 37P m The QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trtum past Junction City at follows: .. .3 No. t South 13.07 P m No. 1 North " J M S ' ' 11.09 ....i-3- am ' 4 1 A I u if B Proved. " F. B. Twidwcll, God puts every man to a test and J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Now Tanner Bros., McKinney. provea him and bringH out tho weak The Discovory Saved His Life. Mr. G. Colliouette, druggist. Beaveisvllle III.. epots in overy character. Rev. George ayt: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my J. F. Alstott, Powers. life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the L. McClelland, Presbyterian, Glovers-villc- , Bcazley & Son, Crab Orchard. but of no avail and physlcisnt fir mllet about, N. Y. was given up and told I could not live. Having M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Free Ooepel, Dr. King's New Diicovery in vnj ttore, I tent for God offers tho water of life without a bottle and began its use and from the fi rat dote Yours for Health, began to get better and after uting three bottlet money and without price. Jt is free, and was up and about again. It It wotth ttt weight in James T. Cooke, cold. We wont keep ttore or houie without it." it is offered to every one, Rev. AlexGet a free trial at W. B. McRoberti' drug ttore. ander Esler, Presbyterian, West Cheater, Harrodsburg, Ky. I am still agent for Falls Hranca Coal and will Pa. keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, to you git such Cure for Headache. Work of tho Church. at you want at the loweit poulble price for Caih. At a remedy for all formi of Headache Electric Office, Mill St. and Railroad Croiilnr, opposite SALE. Tho mission of tho church is to tho Bitten hat proved to be the very belt. It effects Roller Mills. permanent cure and the moit dreaded habitual fallen, tho outcast and tho helpless. J. B, iifCGINS. Her 37 Slsalcrd, Ky. tick headache yields to its influence. We urge bottle and give mission is one of charity and mercy. all who are afflicted to procure A toed Rtsldiace House In Stanlord, with this remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual con- Rev. J. C Monahan, Catholic, Phila. nm on same lot inr amis. stipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the H acre, and can t easily divided, putting More & delphia. the bowels and few cases long needed tcne to house and residence on separate lots. At en theuse ol this medieln . Try- It once. Large able nr.ee and en easy terms. Apply to real The Trinity. tottlet onlv w cents at W. B. McRoberts' Drug . N. SAl'NDRRS, Stanlord. Ky. JJIf We are beginning to learn that liberty, COAL, Store. Christianity and civilization is tho holy Mrs. Rhodle Noah, of this place, was taken in trinity that should receive our earthly Nisr Railroad Croisiog, Eattof Depot, the night with cramping paint, and the neat day STANFORD, ICY. Rev. P. A. Baker, Methodist, diarrhoea set in. She took a half bottle ci black- homage. berry cordial, but got no teliel. She then sent to Columbus, O. ., Corn and Hay taken Good, Clean, Cheap me to see li I had anything that would help her. In eachang e. Come and ice ut. & Sin and IU Betuedy. 1 sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first dote reMan is tho samo old sinner. Ho has lieved her. Another oi our nelghbort had been Ky. tick (or about a week and had tried different rem- the samo old disease sin and ho needs edies for diarrhoea, but kept getting worse. I sent tho same old divino remedy tho gospel tion, even. What, then, is success? The on his rod. He then marks tho place, Sole proprietor Dean's lUack Dfsuend Root him this seme remedy. Only lour doses were reralnt .... furnished for n.lnnnv Ww.( Rev. P. S. Hurlbut, Congregational-ist- , realization of a divinely appointed des- and tbo distance from this mark to the ON IMPROVED FARMS quired to cure him. He saythe owes hit recovery " .i.. .' ,..i Kilimateinoun, aautracuon sjuaranteeo.: .... ' in t hub to tbit wonderful remedy. Mr 1. Mary Sibley, Oak Park, Ills. tiny. Full orbed manhood, which is ob- spot is supixod to indicate tho depth at All roots psinted with Dean's Black Diamond Sidney, Mich. Paint guaranteed for years. Dealrrs in best Cit tainable by striving lawfully and which which the water is to lo found. In Lincoln county. Ky.,at6 per cent., leral-aLire's Secrets. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. I have boon met by educated, nouscien-tifl- o nual inteieit; no commislon charged. Addicts tern Pumps and Calvanlied Iron Filters, Ualvsa- Wo have not yet learned tho multipli- receives its ultimate coronation, is held . mat lion nmoDi ui ail sinus. si tl men who give credit to the water GEO W.DAVY. ForRoom i;, Kenron Building, Louliville, Ky. blaek application! and furAn Ohio fruit grower baa a novel cation table of existence. Wo aro not before us as on ideal to which wo aro to ther Information, plan to insure a good crop of plums. He only beginners, but, by reason of our attain. Rev. A. Z. Conrad, Congrega- finders, with the assurance that facts torney, Stanlord, inquire ol J. N. iSaunderi, AtKy. aro stubborn things. My answer is that Bins, aro perverse, dull, idle beginners. tionalist Worcester, Mass. slits the bark of the tree trunks which verification of facts is still rnoro stubRev. J. H. Ecob, Independent, DenChildren. lets the Rum out at each openings I born. Notes and Queries. ver. Do you know tho most startling, of coming out of the fruit where New Line HTiwrrn Cincinnati, Extremes. revelation in all tho history of our All persons dcilrloc Locust Potts for plana. In I'artacnrilp With at OhosL Btong. One of tho tendencies of our nature is churches? Not a diminishing role of fence, post and railing or wue fence, can fied m Tho most practical belief in ghosUs what they wast at my store near Cedar Creek, on to run to extremes, a dangerous tend- members, for that is growing larger and Nowadays, when wemen are trying to do evthe pike lcadlog from Crab Orchard to (Stanford erything, it is not strange that many things are ency on account of its narrowness and larger, but thohorribloondterriblo fact I ever knew," s.iid A. P. Drennan of I alio keep always en head a good supply of plank Solid Trains, over done. It Is not strange that there are all the almost certain reaction which folChicago at the National, "is.that of a for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building purthat as our churches grow larger tho kinds of physical and mental disturbances If the lows sblnglei slso boauls All persons Fast Time, it Rov. C O. Judkins, Metho- Sunday schools of all our large cities customer of mine at Pckin, Ills. Tho poses; sny irticle andthis kind can call on me dewoman who is a doctor, or a lawyer, or a journal siring ol at firm is tho leading ono in the town ray itore near Cedar Creek ist 01 tn Dusinett wouia not try 10 oe a society wo- dist, Windsor, Vt Excellent Equipment. aro year by year proportionally becomwho man too, it might be different; out the woman O. W SINCLKTON. Juneit,'cA jitf Warfare. knows when toe hai done a day' work, bat yet to ing less, because, as every reputable handling agricultural implements and Inaugurated May 24. ie corn usually a woman's v. ay 11 10 Keep amng Life Is a battle. Fighting is tho duty physician will tell you, tho children wagons. The business is transacted unTIIK SCHF.DULK, till she drops. Working in this way has manifold of every successful man. Wo must fight who ought to have been born of Chris- der tbo name of T. & IL Smith. I sold evils. Themoit common trouble resulting from l.ve. Cincinnati o IJ p. in. 9 oo a. m. either mentally or physically, Is rum and the tobacco habit, stealing, tian parents aro not allowed to bo born. them several bills, and on oikj of my Air. Toledo. 3 ijp. m. J S3 a. in. constipation of the bowels, with all its attendant lying, bad tempers Arr. Detroit trips Mr. IL Smith, with whom I alp. m 6 it a. tn. 5 j and all enemies of Rov. F. D. Talmago, Presbyterian. horrors. Ky. Through coachn and narlor cart on da trains. ways dealt, said that ho would confer righteousness. Dr. Pierce's Pieaiant Pellets are the most Rev. A. P. Newton, Pittsburg. Through coaches, Wagner bleeping Cars Cincinremedy on the market. Thejr work upon the with his brother that night as to a matAll kindi of Carriage, Buggy and Wagoo Mak- - nati to Toltdo and Cincinnati to Detroit 00 night Caste. easily, naturally. There it no unpleasant Congregationalist, Brooklyn. tytlem ing and Repairing done, Vsblclcs wcrked over trains. rjarsea after taking them. No griping no pain-- so Christian duty receives interferences ter of busiuenfl. I returned to tho hotel and made good at new, A II. Ktoley has char, Fame. No service between Cincinnati. Toledo and Dediscomfort. They are composed of materials I f.e patntln department and guarantee! nil troit is AS GOOIIAHOUIt NEW ORK LINK. There is no limit to your power to through prido and ambition, especially and happened to mention that I was de- el crk. Hon go through the system gradually, collecting that a specialty ant for cash on- AS fiOOD AS OUR CHICAGO LINK, alf impurities ana, like the good little seivants that make a murk in the world. Do not join becauso those evils grow rapidly and tained in order that tho brothers could It Accounts due AS GOOD AS OL R ST. LOUIS LINE. lit of each menth they ae, disposing ot them efiectuliy. J 11. GULER. tho great army of insignifioant ieoplo swallow humanity so deep that it re- confer. To my uhtouishment I learned Buy your tickets through via "Dig Kour." A. H. KINLLY that Thcis Smith, to wlwtn tbo matter 18 otn for lull information cail on agent, cr addreis Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures celdt, who simply exist, are buried and every- quires all tbo strength of friends and K. O. McCOKMACK, D. B MARTIN, waa to bo referred, hod been dead 20 croup and whooping cough It is pleasant, safe body is glad of Rev. Dr. Beattio church to draw the victims back to Pass Traffic Mgr it Gen. Pasi. A Tkt. At, and reliable. truo life. Caste, fortunately, is not j years, but was supported to return every Presbyterian, Middlotown, N. Y. NATIONAL BANK For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford Ky. prevalent in Methodism as in somo otber night and conduct tho businrai. In case IK VOU ARIGOIN The Future. of any doubt in of tho living Last summer one ol onr grand children was sick Of STANTORD, KV As surely ns wo live now, so surely churches, but where it prevails it is brother ho goes the wind with a severe bowel trouble. Our doctor's remeto the ofiloo and conor ruining one of tho most important of dies had failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, shall wo live hereafter in a world adaptinoiera ana Diarrhoea itrmedv, which gave very ed to bo man's eternal dwelling place common religious ethics and is defying fers with the spirit of his departed ...... T I a K ...... Capital Stockspeedy relief. We regard it as the best medicine Tho ever put on the market for bowel complaints. and to afford free and ever Increasing tho very personification and embodiment brother. tiro profits of tlw business are divided sumo a thoy wcro before Surplus Mrs E. C. Gregory, Frederickstown, Mo. This scope for tho exercise of his of Christ's teachings. Rov. P. G. Igle-hamanifold certainly is the belt medicine ever put on the tho death of tho senior brother." Mothodist Brooklyn. Rev. S. S. Leward, Sweden-borgiamarket tor dysentery, summer complaint, colic faculties. Washington Star. and cholera infantum In children. It never fall Attention of the is invited to the la. Work. New York. to give prompt relief when used in a reasonable that thuli the only National Dank in Stanfor. Thero is a spliero of work for every time and the plain printed directions are followed Under the provisions of th National Dank Mruotirjr, Garb ot Um OatuL Many mothers have expressed their sincere gratiare secured not only, by the capita, Tbo Bible is exalted in Masonry. No ono in tho world. Work is tbo greatest tude for the cures it has effected. Tho "garb of old OuuL " without a stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor aa blessing of life, and to try to get rid of Louiavitic 4 Mabhviih . Ft. so amount equal lodgeroom is complete without the For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. rival in picturvfiquewvw, unkjuo iu ita this Institution to the stock, by athat depositors H are tecured fund of Joo.ooo open pago of tho Bible. Masonry has it is wrong. Somethiug to doand somelongevity and remarkable for tlie man- Five sworn ststemeats of tbecoodition of the bt a Is the line foi you, as It been truly called tho handmaid of re- thing to live for aro the greatest re- ner in which it lias been employed to are made each yearto the United Sutei goveia : T. : ligion. It recognizor no order but the quirements of human nature. Education distinguish the various families or clans tnsnt and Its assets are caamlned at Hated times by government agents, thus securing additltoas TrnliiH brotherhood of man. Rev. J. H. Eg- Is only attainable by work. Thero is no of one race, apjK'ars to bo a survival of ana perfect safety to depositors. Make'clote connections at substitute tor work, no shortcut in life, This institution, onrinally eiiaoiMDea as is. bert, Methodist, Nyack, N. Y. Deposit Bank of Stanford In iljS, then org a no eocrot way to learning. Too many tho ordinary Komun dnw ojkI u ralic of lied as the National Bank ol Stanford in re- sot aato I.0TJI8VILLE And CINCINNATI Growth. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. rely on Bmartncss and wealth to Bucoeed Cajuar'B invasion erf Britain. From the again re.orgaalied as the Kir it National Bank ol Tor all points. Tho law of 1 if 0 is growth, an unfold in tho world, but it is all wrong. We time wlieu it won first odopxl. and Sunlord in iSJ, has had practically an uninter THROUOH TICKETS SOLD. rupted eiutcnceof t years. It is better lupplisc Offers hit services o the people ot West Lin ing development First the blade, then BAGOAGK CHECKED THROUOH cannot rely on luck, good looks 01 gen whilo fashion has boen busy with now with tacilitlesfortrsniactingbuiiatsspreapl cola and Casey Counties. run stock of CofSns Tot any Information esquire of the etalk and full corn ; first tbo babe, ius. None of these is a substitute for changori iu othor ruita of Uo world, tho ly and liberally than ever before in its lone anf and Caskets always on hand JOES. KICK. Agtnl, honorable career. Accounts of corporstlons, fiduD. 6. Carpenter, Manager, 95 then the man; a shipload of people, work. Rev. Stanford, Ky W. Biddlc, Universal- - costumo Buui!) to havo undergone littlo ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solir-tsthen a nation; first the bobo in Christ, 1st Worcester, Mass. modification. Tltut thU dross shoal d havo been 6olootcd and adlcrod to aa The Directory ol thli Bank is composed ol then tho man in Christ Rov. 8. M. Sectarianism and Seooiartsiu. Nichols, Methodist, Philadelphia. tho national garb in duo to its undenia- foreitus Ueid, Lincoln county; Sectarianism is bad enough, but sec- ble utility. Vrappxl in his plaid, the S.T. Harris, Lincoln; God's Lear, Only Duect Lite Between ularism 1b worse If I wcro compelled J. H.Collier, Lincoln; J F. BARKER, Proprietor, The law of God fumiahca tho only to make a choice, I should prefer tho bighlander was indifferent alike to J. W. Haydsn, Stanford; soaking mist and violent storm. He perfect curriculum, tho only one that ungodliness of sectarianism to tho S. 11. Baughman,! Lincoln; - Shorten and quickest between wad prepared to pass tho night in covers the original want, tbo only oho J. S. Hocker, Stanford; Wo reject both of secularism. Frankfort, Goorgotown and Paris, Per Day. Rates TWO DOLLARS .of tho moot inclement weather, W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; that covers all human relationships, the iaina and ask for tho book of life, We Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, m M. D. Elmore, Stanford: only one that compasses all human in- want no creeds en catechisxna or confes- whilo tho loom undergarment would Falmouth and Covington. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large terests T. P. Hill, Stanford; and all human destiny. Rev. J. sions, but tho Bible. The least wo shall havo boen difficult to improve upon Ask tor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Train ad Commodious Uampie Koomt. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; when wading impotnoua mountain torrun by Central Standard Tine. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. H. Pritchett, Methodist, Mexico, Mo. bo contented with is to havo tho book Time Table April 19, 1S96. M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.K, 4? Prompt and polite service to guests. rents or olimbiug tho etocp sidoa of raPhilosophy. of books occupying an equal placo in vin and glen. Brooklyn Citizen. J. 8. Hocker, President; No. 1. No. j. No. 7. TRAINS KAST. Philosophy baa token on a now aspect our schools with tho rest of the literJan. J. McRoberts, Cashier; a. m. P. p. m. in these modem days, and tho dream of ature of the world. We want it as a 6 55 A. A. McKinney, Aut.Casblse Lv Kranklort A 00 II la Oaeyewealcm. ' Hlkborn... ........... 708 403 so 418 Plato and other Greek philosophers hi textbook of morala We want' it as a " Stamping Uround 7 s; 4 37 The Philadelphia Itooord tolls how Ml the sober programme of the present marvelous record of God in history. ' GeorretownU. 7 45 7. B. BILHT, Proprietor, 4SS IJ a lady recently took into her servioe a Ce Arr. C S. Depot s so 7 $0 JOO by Plato " Paris - - - Kentucky. Tho truths expressedharnessed and Aritv Rov. Dp. Magrudfjr, Mothodist, Cincin- Chinaman named Li and began to ChrisC....... jo Hi 400 London. totle aro now being and put nati. OF STANFORD, KY., tianize him by teaching him tho cateTRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. into action. Rev. D. M. Fiske, Sectarian Seboota. a. tn. p. m. a. m. p. m. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettee Toledo, O. Our country glories in its religious chism. Shortly afterward some silver Is now fullyjorgsniied and ready for buslsesi wit. Lve Pari C o 50 prepared than ever to accommodate the public M C. a. Depot ipootw wcro missing. Then she taught 3" 4 3S o toleration. All sects, all creeds and beCharacter. Oood Livery attached, and every convenience de $200,000 " Georgetown U 10 sa .SI 3 4S him tho Apostles' Creed, and Li had not Paid up Capital of 0 40 40 aired. Oive me a calL " Stamp'gGro'd 10 58 65 All true independence of character is liefs may reposo safely under its spread- much more titan got 7 7 aurplui, . - Elkhorn FRANK RILXY, by heart yy 20,000 11 16 born of an inner life that feeds upon ing banners. But when the tenets of it was discovered thatthat valuable when 7" Arr Frankfort A... 11 jo 8 i) a pieoo 7J noble thoughts and consecration to high any sect aro in direct conflict to the of plate lind boen stolen. Hi9 benefao-trer- a SUCCISSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAJ Portland San Francisco. ideals. All other is artificial and nar- fundamental principles of our constituBANK OK STANrORD, SUNDAY TRAINS. was loath to Buspect her new con..To the., Leave George town 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort Now closing up) with the samt aisst and unde. row. It is most important to keep clearly tion then it is no longer liberty, but vert of the thefts, and she started 11 30 a.m. ihe same management. in mind the difference between narrow-nce- unbridled license. Our government de- teach him tho Ten Commandmcuta into Leave Frankfort 4 s p. m. arrive Georgetown By provisions of its chaiter, depositors are a. By mands that taxable citizens shall pay P. rn depositors and love of truth. Rov. Dr. the time lie was ablo to repeat tho first fully protected aa ate being; held in Natioa I i 'he Kentucky Midland Railway and individuallt Banki, Its shareholders The., for tho support of our public schools Presbyterian, Colorado Springs. the shiortest ana of the amount the stock Uons route to all They aro free, open to all. Pagan, Jest, commandment in pigeon English the tiaole toat theeatentvalue thereol, in of their to the pointsiorm Bourn, par addition and West Vacation. Bcniup Ktolo her watch. Then the phi- therein inverted in sucn snarea. it may acta iiror lurtner uait, North apply to their agents. miormatlon amount C. D. BERCAW; Gen. Pass. AijenL Ttto time spent in vacation season Catholic or Mohammedan, and ovay lanthropic lady's unregeneratOHOu rebel- executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully a. GEO. B. HA RPKll, Ilee'r & GeS.Sup should bo a time of relaxation from tbo loyal citizen should recognizo this de- led against her missionary endetrvora. an individual. To to u. Frankfort Kv ordinury dutioa of life. All carta should mand as consistent with justice, but "Mother, " lio cxcluimul, "for Inovon's while those who entrusted their bulsineisBank ol mnsglnK the Lincoln alien, soke don't teach that pigtoiled Hoakv Stanlord, we we here tender ourNationalthanks aa( many bo thrown aside and perfect rest enjoyed, when the Romish, g))XouitVlltt HrwAlgalTICHIMtaftfTS their b they will taking in the beauties of nature. A under tbo influence of a foreign iolrcy, wag any more of the commuixlmenM, or trust us, otteringcontinue to transact prompt junta sttsa-tio-n as a guarantee for with to same, our twenty years experience is summer exodus brings only harm to attempts to build a system of sectarian by the time you've got him to tlw tenth Only Dining Car Route From banking and as liberal accommodations as are coa men who carry tho samo burdens with schools with tho publio fund now used ho will havo stolen the house and taken liitent with sound banking. them that they bear every day. Rev. in tho maintenance of our free schools the cellar along with it. " R. F. Horwtty, EpisoQjjalian, Worcester, then I say thia spirit is bostik) to tho BUCK EYE DixKcroas: nation and is in the interests of tho J. Williams, ML Vernon; Mass. A Wonderful Noee, S. H. Shanks, Stanford; temporal power of tho Church of Roma Kgotiun. Lord Brougham had a wonderful Elegant Pullman Veitibuled J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Rev. Claude Raboteau, Jersey City. Egotism is one of tho dangers of nose. When listening intently to a Sleepers of Modern Pattern. S J. Embry, Sunlord; The Decalogme, scholarship. Tho question has often Bpeech in parliament it was his habit to For maps or any information, addreis J. B. Owsley, Stanford; 'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.' been debated whether genius is conTho Ten Commandments olrwn his nvri rlnir lin tnlr.lit linn. It. a J. F Cash, Stanford; E. H. BACON FRANK I. REID, - .,,, scious or unconscious of its greatnefs. ly teach us a religion of reason and hu,lfl u.i,n mc nff.,Hnn ...,.c William Goocb,, SUnlord; U. r Agent, 0. P. A , A SURE and CERTAIN CURE LoulsvllJe Chicago. Decide that question as you may, the manity, and that which is really human ccmratcd m tlie nerauccn of the speak-i- s A. W.JCarpenter, MlUedgevUle, known for 15 years as the Be sure to call for fact remains that there is such a thing sublimely divine, OD0 God and none cr thp ti of hu llose WM ln ulmoet W. H. Cummins, Preachers lilt, BEST REMEDY for PILES, Moaon.Route. as Intellectual pride. Somo of tho most bes des him elevate humanity, just as contiuuul motiorif WCrkingupand down 8, li. Shanks, President. St Paul. talented men have been flagrant egotists, idolatry degradca Ono day of rest in ftnd Denver.. OE.B XT AI.I. DKVOOISTS, Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Caihier, ja a m06t comical fashion. rtmriltyllCIASISCH WZO CO., ET. 10313. W. M. Hoti. Not. 4 and 5 and I?, and 10 run tralnt stop there. her than Junction City. 9 8.35 pm '! " 10 ' " " .1.00 p m .3.1S a m 600 a m no fur- - 4P"i Thero nro vastly more heathen today than on the day of Pentecost Rev. M. W. Reed, Independent, Denver. Failure. Failure had never yet overtaken a Binglo heart that put his trust in ChriBt Bishop J. B. Newton, Episcopalian, Lexington, Va. lleaihn. re-b- st - seven is of human necessity. To honor father and mother is a bond that makes Old Glory tho family tio snered and the family Our flag is only a piece of bunting or circle blissful. Not to take tho life of a cotton or silk, and yet ono feels like human being means to recard tho lives uncovering tho head to its emblazoned of stars. Happy tho day when our youth, not others as wo regnrd our own lives; as they go back and forth from school, ily to pollute the sncrediiess of a famother thuu our own, not to purloin Baluto with uncovered head tho flag property not belonging to us ; not to infloating from tho schoolhouso, for our flag represents our country, and wo jure our fellowmen by falso testimony, by should lovo and reverence it Rev. W. ovilslandering or in any way speaking of him ; not to foster a desiro for A. Shanklin, Methodist Scattlo, Wash. anything that belongs to our uoighbor, The New. are all doctrines Wo hear much of tho now in our morals and the that teach the highest We nro loftiest time tho new edncation, tho now the- taught to obsorvo thorn virtues. not becauso there ology, tho now school, tho now depar- aro officers to orrest us, prisons, jails ture. While it is true that wo do noth- and penitentiaries to punish us, but being, see nothing, as did our fathers, it is causo tho God who loves us demands it also truo that wo handlo tho samo old that wc should be moral and virtuous powers. Real progress can only bo made, Rabbi L. Weiss, Hebrew, Columas tbo continuity with tho old is pre- bus, O. served, only as tho future builds upon tho past Rov. B. P. Raymond, MethThe Silly Itellef In Water Finder. odist, Middlotown, Conn. Whilo tbocontiuentof Europo has renounced, if it ever adopted, tho superPolitical Advice. Thero rests upon tho political candi- stition of tho divining rod, tho Anglo-Saxoof these islands and of North date n responsibility of carefulness which ho is in duty bound to regard. America has confidence in a set of ignoMen put forth as standard bearers by rant men who pretend to bo able by tho all political parties recognito this obli- use of a forked Btick to discover hidden gation and with studied cans guarding sources of water, of metallio on and word and act that their cause may not of other treasures. Tho faculty is said" to Buffer. What on tho part of other men bo transmitted from father to son, and would bo inconsequential from him in order to test tho presenoo or absence of tho gift all that is necessary is to would bo startling and disastrous. Rov. E. P. Edmunds, Mothodist, Can- - hold tho stick in tho open hand over a basin of water, when tho stick will movo ton, O. for tho adept and not for on ordinary Children' TUghta, Tho first right is to bo well born. mortal. Why a forked Btick of hazel People tako great pains to perfect flow- should havo this eocret power not posers, yet they will have children who aro sessed by other woods is not stated, but born barbarians,- and so tho world goes it is admitted that incredulity will deon with children coming into it handistroy tho charm, and that tho greatest capped from tho start Children havo a success is to bo expected from peasants, right to good homes not too much women and children, who hold the rod pampering, but that training in virtuo simply, without puzzling their minds that comes only from an honest father with doubts or reasonings. In America the employers of tho rod and mother. Children havo a right to a good education. Rev. G. L. Perin, In- profess not only to discover water, but nlso to ooert;iin tho deplh at which it dependent Boston. is to bo found. Having pointed out tho Snooeaa. What is success? It is not to bo deter- spot beneath which water is said to be, mined by any commercial standard. tho dinner, rod In haud, moves from a Success is not to bo measured in terms distance toward this spot but stops as of wealth or of fame, or of social posi- soon as tho slightest effect is produced n - and egotism is repulsive. Rev. G. H. Humason, Methodist, Duluth. ITotiOw) l Sal of Lund. In Cooke's Ky., 00 rlil at the Russell Springs, Runtll couaty, Saturday, August 8, 1896, Offer lor sale about Sarsaparilla WILL CURE 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 W Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by 200 Acres of Land, Including Rus Scrofula, Salt Rheum, sell Springs, Sores, Boils, Pustules, together with all the Household and Kitchen Furniture, upon a credit ol 6, is and iS months, equal ieatallmenti. This sale li to settle the of A. M. Vaughan, deed. Maiter Ccm'r Kusiell Circuit Court. H H IiUNlUR. STA1TTOHD Female College. William Shelton, - President. i'nmary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Courses ol btudy, 5cbools of Muiic, Art and Elocution. The Scholastic Year for iSv6.; will open Monday, Sept. 7, and continue forty weeks. Before deciding to what school you will send your daughters, be sure to send lor our CatnloKUu. Addreis MKS. NANNIE S. SAUFLKV, lf I.sdy Principal. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. VVolford, Hustonville. COAL i IN RESIDENCE FOR c ITOIL SON. '1 store-houi- tnw ' DEALERS J. T. JOITXS, Stanford, t,- Tin Sheet Iron Works, . MONEY To LOAN m mm ad sa-tan- io NOTICE "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. v r over-exertio- n, St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, eflec-tn- FIRST $100,000 if ORTH WEST, C.. rt 23,700 T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, Double Dally . -- a BARKER HOUSE, Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Somerset, Kentucky. god-lesanc- ss den-ano- o THE RILEY HOUSE 1 1 Farmers BanMTrnst B Oongpo-gationalis- t, ' ?NOBTH WEST --- Via a 81o-cu- cennsc-cheape- st I X.OTTISiriX.I.X TABLER'SDII TO CHICAGO. !- OINTMENT rillD D - pre-emine- I j .1. Blight, Teller. 4.. ll-- '? k. t. s&7&&Ttekfro ....tfi ... i.ti l v.,fa, ., ,, .iijr.fi .iftfit. .iii.ua-- I i l Vt " . flM -- ... ,M j,ts-- MMhrfiMewSjllli ' fit Latest in imported Parisian novelties ed in dainty white satin, with the regu- If you haven't bought you a new in gents neckwear at Shanks'. lation bridal veil, which was caught up with orange blossoms. She carried bride's Goon music, shady grounds, lots of roses. The maid DanvillbFaib, Tuesday, Wednesday of honor, Miss Jennie - JULY 31, 18U6 Thursday, Auguat J, 5 and 0. 3TANFOED, Kt., trotting and bicycle racing at the Dan- Lyne, appeared in white and carried R ami II Am, J vllln Pair whlto roses. Mr. Will Woodard was " Lbad pencils, extra good, 10c dozen. you want to Insure your life in a best man. Thero were six bridesmaids, Craig & Ilocker Cash House. E, C. Walton, Business Manager. If Now is your time. They are going at prices in the reach of all. solid company, read tho "Equitable" ad. all of whom weredresjed In white, three It will soon be time to use P. W. GnhKN's saloon at McKinuey on our of them wearing pink roseB and threo flret pAge and sea its agent. You should tnko your prescriptions to was broken into nnd tho till tapped for orango bloeaoms. These yoimg ladies PennyV drug etoro where prompt and J50. D. W. Vandevbbr will be were Misses Lucy Webb, Mettle Smith, nccuratoBervlcola guaranteed. ono of tho speakers at Goshen Saturday Giv. Lewis P. Cook, of Mywood, tho afternoon. Go and join the Bryan club. Stella Shaw, Fannie Shanks. DoucIbph Woodcock and Emma Lucas. After the job of painting your buggy. PriceB from And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices PERSONA f, POINTS. Btock of all wedding a beautiful luncheon was served 13 up. You can find a splendid before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. 9 in honor of the bridal party at the home Mb. J. M. Hail was a Httlo worse tho newest and beat things in stationery, Stohb housb with living rooms attachat Penny's Drug 0! Mr. and Mra. Matt. Walton, and then ed, nenr depot, for rent. Apply to Noel tablets and blank books the bride and groom left via the CincinMr, and Mbs. Et Oahtkh are at Store. A. Son. nati Southern for Buffalo and Niagara Springs. Tiiky Bay Davison makea a speech of Falls. After a bridal tour of two or three Magic stock and chicken food, best Mhb. Alice Nkwlami, of Grab Oran hour and a half. Who would havo weeks in these places they will go to chard, wns hero Wednesday. and cheapest on the market. Craig thought it would take him over a min- Detroit for the Summer days at Ilocker. Huv. 8. M. Looan spent several ute and a half to toll all ho knows ? his old homo in Richmond. Prices reduced to 50, 35 and 25c for DEATH DOISOS. Mies Minnik MundayIs teaching tho Skk tho watches to be given in detho declamatory contest Tuesday, Aug. Cavo tchool on the Lancaster pike. Mra. Caleb PowerB, a sister ol Col. clamatory contest at Danks' jewelry 11. Come. Mies Lionoiia Wilson, of Williams-towD. K. RawlingB, died in Knox county. store. Tho contestants' photographs Is visiting tho Misses Woods, Yes, it's hot, and you are killing yourself cooking on that Wm. Henry Smith, for many ypars Don't you wish you had a gasoline will bo on exhibition thia week. E. H. MKssim. Uaiivkv IIklm and Charles stovo this weather? We have '0111. Hig- - Beazley. manager of tho Associated Press, died old stove. W. Kromeraro nt Linnietta Springs. glna McKinney near Chicago Monday. Bryan Clcii. A Bryan club will be MiaU hack Tudor, of Crab Orchard The remains of Mrs. Elizabeth BarSi'bctaclxs f 1 00 Pair, upwards, beat organized at Goshen Saturday afternoon. bour, wife of James Barbour, president is tho gueat of Miss Octavia Slzemore. Speaking will begin at 2:30 and tboee Mies Sallib Bailkv returned Wednes- quality aud iltted accurately. Examinaof the Bank at Maysviilo, Kentucky, who deslro to join the club aro requested at Perry-vlll- e. tion free, Dunks, tho jeweler. day from a visit to relatives were brought to Danville for burial to bo on hand at that hour. We will sell you cither on trial, and will take it back if you The daceaeed waa married to Mr. BarTux Danvillu Fair ia always tho best in Miib. Gun Hofman.h, of Crab Orchard the country. are not satisfied. Don't wait until you have Held. William Henry was tried at bour in Danville 52 yeara ago, and was will bo held next week, It Springs, was here for a short while Wed- and everybody and hia aunt will be Lancaster yesterday, charged with rap- Mies Elizabeth Graham, of Natchez, nesday. , daughter 'of Miss. ing Nora, the there. Mrs. China McAfee, who has sufler-o- d Mk. J. A. Hammonds, our Hubblo corand was held "Rabbit" James Stewart, Tax Books RxADY.-SheT. D. from cancer for a long time, died yesrespondent, is down with something like over to wait the action of the grand jury Newland tolls us that his tax books are terday at 3 o'clock in full hope of a blisstyphoid fover. without bail. ful resurrection. She was an excellent Felix Alurmiit, formerly of this coun- now ready and invites an early payment But buy one Now. Tiikrk were three cases set for Judge woman and bore her sufferings with a ty but now living in' Oklahoma, is with of taxes. Davisou's court yesterday and 50 or GO fortitude that waa beautiful to behold. old friends here. For Salk. Foot power machinery: Mm. Wm. T. Sacndkhb has charge of witness were here, but the beautiful The fnneral will occur thia afternoon. 1 combination rip and cut oflfsaw, 1 turn&" judge was out hunting votes at the ex. Miss Mary McAfee has been 111 a long Mr. J. B. Hlggins' coal business at ing lathe, 1 scroll saw. A. C. Sino, Stan- peneuof atthe people who pay him to time and the houae has indeed been one for the present. ford, Ky. tend to his business. of Borrow. Sho is up now, however, no Mhb. Maiiy Tompkins, of Lexington, "Wiikkk aro you going my pretty are glad to say. arrived Tuesday to visit her daughter, McbtDib. Col. T. P. Hill received a maid?" "To tho Danville Fair, kind Mr. Samuel Dudderar died suddenMrs. William Gooch. from Gov. Bradley sir," she said Next week, beginning dispatch yesterday ly at her home near Goshen Monday Mn. E. P. Fostkh and bride, of saying that ho could notinterfero in the night, of neuralgia of 5 tho heart. She arrivud yesterday to visit his Tuesday, Aug. i. caso of Anthony Alcorn, the Negro senwas taken slightly ill Friday but was not father, Mr. T.J. Foster. In- Dealers Tux ladies are notified that Mrs. Coul- tenced to die next Thursday for tho thought to bo in a dangerous condition Mrs. Maiiy It. Ghkin and Mrs. Mary of his father. It will thereter, tho Mayaville embroidery artiste, will until a few hours beforo her death. She Weatherford, of Hustonvillo, were with be at tho St. Asaph Aug. 3, to give les- fore be aeon that tho boy's laet hope id was an excellent Christian woman and friends here Tuesday. " sons in tho beautiful art. gone and that before another week elap Hon Jamxh A. MtTciiKLLand wife, of her example has been of ereat good to ses he will bo hung by the neck till ho ia Howling Green, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. the eli;ht children ehe raised, six of Mra. D, W. Vandeveer Bank Stock dead. And may God have mercy on his whom aro living. There never wbb a It. U. Crow at Illllcreat offered 112 shares of stock in the NationBig Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of soul. happier couple than "Uncle Sammy" and Mies Vihoinia Pickktt returned with al Bank of Lancaster at Lancaster MonShoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Good Nkws. A Rockcastle county hia wife and the Bplendid old gentleman Mrs. Wm. Severance from Shelby coun- day and withdrew it at $115. democrat who wbb here Wednesday saya has the sympathy of all tn his loss. They ty and is now her guest. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Mr. J. L. Froiiman & Co., of tho that only one democrat in hia county lived together 44 years and were an unMna. W- P. Tatjc left yesterday for Swampecott Beach. Maes., to visit her "Globe," Danville, mako an oiler on our has refuBed to support Bryan and Sowall usually affectionate pair. MrB. Dudder-ar- 's sixth page, which you would do well to while free silver republicans by the score remains were laid to rest in the Godaughter, Mrs. 0. II Painu. Saum.ky is visiting accept, if j 011 think of ittonding tho best will vote the democratic ticket straight. shen buryim; ground Tuesday afternoon Little Caswbll Ho is satisfied that tne county will po after an appropriate funeral discourse by his eiHter, Mrs. T. fe. Webb, Jr., at Knox-vill- fair in the country. RockcaBtlo Eldpr Goorge Gowen, of Lancaster. democratic in .November. He made the trip alone. Thk weather continues excessively hot Elijah Coffey died at his home at Mus. J. II. Monin, of Hardin county, and all creation ia groaning and suffer- county gave Gov. Bradley nearly CC0 majority but the people have come to Liberty Tuesday afternoon, aged about Is spending a few weeks with her par-- 1 ing. Tho mercury gets up nearly to their senses since then and seen tho er 30. He was here where he ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Crow 100 in tho day tlmo and forgets to come - BY lived (or eeveral months. Mr. Coffey Makti.n has secured h pos- down at night. A little cooler is piotn-ise- ror of their way Mr A.T. waa as well as usual Monday and his ition an traveling salesman for Robert Praiae tho Lord. for Biiodheai). Klbo Luuce became lu- death will boa surprise to those who had Johns, denier in silverware at Chicago. censed at a remark made about him by hoped he had permanently regained bis Col. Wklch is among those who wont Missus. J. S. and J. Warhbn Hockkr Hope Tharp and shot at him five times health. He wae a son of Hon. Elijah ore sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs support tho Chicago ticket, so ho wrote with his pistol. His aim waa not good and the Utter la doing somo tall courting. the sound money convention. Judge though and after the smoke cleared away Coffey, who represented Casey and Rua-ue- ll counties soveral times in the LegisMiss Estill Walkkh, of Richmond, Durham and Hon. W. E. Walxor also tho latter secured a rock and beat Lunco's lature, and a brother o( Mrs. Dr. O. H. arrived Wodnesdav to visit Miss Bell sent letters commending the object of head almost into a jelly. There is only Denny, who entertained last night in her the meeting and promising their support. ono Negro in town and he ia preparing to McRoberts, and was an exceedingly clevAnd Funeral Director. , er and popular young man. Hia burial honor. shako tho dust from his feet aud depart. Not That Kind or a Duck. Mumps. J. B. Paxton, P. M. McKob-ert- s occurred at Liberty Wednesday in the Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, The fair is tho all absorbing talk. Stock N. W. Duck, of Shelby City, presence of a large number of friends. and John S. Wells wont up to Crab Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. donigs of it in tho Danville Advocate. in it is going rapidly. Ernest Warren, of Mr. Coffey had been in bad health for Orchard Springs Tuesday to Bpend severRoom opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Stanford, is holding down the night ofHesayB he has never voted anything but Bome time and had once before attemptal days. do it fice here. the republican ticket, ia going to ed to end his lite. This time he took an Mks. Lizzie Cociiiian and pretty again this year aud doesu't want any free of Lebanon JuncUndkh Auvisxmbnt. Judge J. W. ounce of carbolic acid and in two hours diughter, Miss Amy, silver in his. Alcorn took tho potition with 400 or 600 hia troubles were over. tion, nro the guestBol Mr. and Mrs. Isaac "I will cive you rest." A good old names asking for the commutation of tie Hamilton. Hbat Did It. A valuublo horao beMrs. John W. Pacjt, of Clay, came longing to Liveryman 1. M. Brucu fell sentence of tho Negro boy, Anthony Al- mother in Ztou has at last realized this down yvaterday to see her husband, who dead as he was being tlriven to a drum- corn, from hanging to life imprisonment precious promise and gone to her relain jail hero for safe keeping. Shu is mers' wagon Wednesday afternoon. Sam and laid it before Gov. Bradley, who took ward. Mrs. Mary A. Dawson at last accompanied by her brothur, John Lee, a Negro, living near Walnut Flat, the matter under advisement. A remon- sleeps the sleep of tho righteous made also lost ono the eauio duy. Several oth- strance with 30 or 40 names was also pre- perfect, having breathed her last Wed'jy Buys a 75c, 98c or 51.25 jj sented to the governor. Among the nesday nigbt. For months she prayed Thomab M. OweLKY, Eq , ia such a ers wero prostratpd. names thereon wis that of Mr. Josiah for the end for which she wbb fully preslave to business that he tore himself Thk Intkhioii Journal with its usual Bishop, who doesn't seem to think of pared. She Buffered ao much and breath from friends and relatives, and returned to Bowllnz Green Wednesday, much to intuition said a week or two Bgo that policy, even if he la a candidate for sheri- tng waa bo difficult that it was a wonder the Stanford band would play for the ff1 and can only bo electod by Negro at her great age abe stood it bo long She their regret. Choice of any in the house. All New, Clean and Fresh. was 78 years old and was married to J. Mil. N. P. Wintt, ono of tho big guns of Liberty fair. It was a little premature votes. Logan Dawson when she was 14. They the S nunc Sowiua Macuino Co., was in the statement, but the band will play Two Mkn Fatally Injured. A foar-- 4 lived happily together till four years ago, here this week trying to get Mr. J. W. for it all the same. Ed Wilkinson was ful accident happened at Mr. William P. when he was called up higher. Twelve Perrin to move his oillco to Danville, but down this week and closed the contract y and the boya aro expecting lots of fun Harrison's, who owns the old Jack children were born to them, 10 of whom he didn't succeed. farm, on tho Danville pike, Wednes- aro living and all but one are married o frep during the outing. Dr. Thomas Boiion, an day alternoon. S. P. Gray began recent- and have children. Mrs. DawBon had Biker democrat, passed through the ci 0)L Well. A well under Judge W. ly to bore a well there and after getting For Fine Dimities and Linen Shade Lawns, worth 10c been a member of the Christian church ty today, en route to his homo in Lincoln, R. Carson's store-roowhich haa not down about GO feet, broke the auger. and longer than most anybody around here Ho says Illinois after a visit to Illinois. been used for years was looked into Tues- Wednesday Mr. Ben Kays, a blacksmith, can remember and she waa always faithwill go for Bryan sure. Louisville Pest. day and a strong odor of coal oil came white, and Doc Singleton, colored, were people. her God Dr. J. G. CARrENTBn was called to from it. A bucket was sent down and Bent (or to blast out the broken auger ful tohence full and to Hiaand with She of yeara goea the Wednesday night to assist oil in its crude state was brought up. On with dynamite. They began tho work love and respect of all who knew her. Mt. Vernon Dr. 12. J. Brown in an operation on Mrs. examination it waa found that a stream and bad blasted several times, and while The funeral occurred at Mr. L. L. DawColeman Bnrdett, but eho died before be of oil about the size of one's little finger Mr. Kays waa down in the well prepar- son's at 4:30 yesterday, Elder Joseph Giflved. Dr. Brown returned with him flowed in from between two large rockB ing for another, the dynamite prema- Ballou officiating, and tin remaina were It don't cost much to dress nice Buys 3 Ladies' Vests interred in the family burying ground, yesterday. aa well as turely exploded, blowing him 25 feet in where all tho neighbors and friends take advantage of these prices. near the bottom. It burns and keep cool if you Misses 8ub Rout and Virginia Broad- - any crudo oil. the air. He fell back into the well and gatberod to pay the last tribute of redus are visiting relatives in Garrard and when taken out was found to be so bad- spect. If Garrard county doea not go demo- ly mangled that ho is bound to die. Hia Madison. By getting up before day Fostraaater J. W. Root succeeds in get- - cratic in November appearances count for skull ia badly fractured and his body of those who attendting tho mall opened in time "during hia little. torn from head to foot. The negro was ed court at Lancaster Monday wore Bryassistant's absence. 1 was badly hurt by tho flying rocks, a ' a of thorn talked Mn. Jamks W. Allen, editor of tho an pina and piece of stone putting out one eye and Oynthiana Democrat, was hero Tuesday freo silver from early till late. If thore crushing through bia skull, and he too Rev. J, T. aro any gold bugs or republicans over will die. tie guest of hia bright and there, and of course there are both, they Snarrard. Ho !b not only a MATIUMONIAL MATTERS. brainy man, but vies with Frank Spota- - kept mighty quiet. Tho working demoUarrodeburg Democrat, in crats aro enthusiastic freo silyerites alwood, of tho Lafayette Clark and Miss Nannie I being the handsomest editor In the State. most to a man and they have already be- Davidson eloped from Lancaster. professional busi- gun their war on the common enemy. The supply is more than the deOwinci to presalng A couple who are now 60 and 17 reness, Dr. J. G. Carpenter waa unable to mand. HoimiiiLK Death. Mt. Joo Baker, spectively have just married in Christian Medical meeting son of Jerry Baker and attend tho brother of 0. G. county after a courtship of 30 odd years. $5.00 Carriages for S4.00. . at Russell SprlngB, yesterday, but he sent Baker, of KIngavillo, was caught in the 256.00 Carriages for Eugene Porter, ol Louisville, and a nanor on "Professional Friendship to machinery of John Watts' saw mill near Miss Llllie Lyne wero married at noon $7.00 Carriages for 56.00. be read, which was worth liatoning to. It Uarriman, Tenn., and terribly maugled. Wednesday at Central Christian 'church, S8.00 Carriages for 57.00 occupied nine pages of a pampniot anu One leg was mashed to a pulp, the file Loxington, by Pastor Rev. I. J. Spencer. 5io.oo Carriages for 5Soo. Absolutely Puro n it read mighty well In proof. that ho hold In hia hand was driven Into Tho groom is a turfman, as5 1 2.00 Carriages for $ 1 o. 00, his sido and thore was a huge gash In sociated with Byron McClelland, while A cream of tartar baking powAND VICINITY. 513.00 Caniagcs for 5n.oo. CITY d tho back of his neck, Notwithstanding tho bride is tho oldest daughter of der. Highest of all in leavening n all this ho lived five or six boura. The Ladies' collars and cufraatShankB'. W. W, turfman and strength. O. Lyne, a Latest United States remaina wero brought to Kingaville for breeder. Bpec'fl from Danks. Report. Undertaker, and Dealer in FurniSay I Buy thC60 interment. Mr. Baker leaves a wife but Tho bride la a lovely young woman ture, Carpets, Wall Paper, &c, ROYAL BAKING POWDlR;00. no children and ehe and the other rela- with a great many friends here and elseBia line fine queenswaro just received Stanford, Ky. New York. tives have the sympathy of many friends. where. The Leader aaya sho waa dress- at Farria A Hardin's. Semi-Week- ly InieriorJoupm Pjuucbiption work doner at lowest cash Craig & prices. Ilocker. m m " I Boffl y, PhaBton, Sorry or EucMoarLl, r T Ex-May- or Wheat Drills, LandRollers yes-terda- yi m Hub-so- il B. K. WEARBN. Sc HOT WEAT n, Buy You a Gasoline or Coal Oil stove rliT Broken Yourself Down HIGGINS j ! How-lan- d MCKMEY. m Lbx-into- n, FARRIS & HARDIN -- Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware: - Prices to Suit The Times. UNDERTAKING J". C. u. well-know- n d M'CmaMX Practical Trimmer, Smbalmer Bar-ge- r. SHIRT WAIST. Bos-le- old-tim- i2c. m m . Two-thir- ds SEVERANCE & SON. four-tifth- step-brothe- r, . BABY CARRIAGES iiiiiiiiiBEnliLiLifliiiiiifl Must Co m Tri-Coun- if $5-00- POWDER I well-know- San-for- well-know- Gov-emine- nt WITHERS, i 91 JjUfew--- - -- 2;JJliL'l2 :,A "tl . nsrwmni, m m lw". - FREE to The DANVILLE FAIR. MONEY SAVED IS MONEY EARNED. Look At These Prices And Tell Tour Neighbor. Elegant Line of Negligee Shirts, Sold Heretofore for $1, $1.25 and $1.50. They now go for 75 cents. Straw Hats Out Right in Two. Such Goods can Never be Equaled for the Prices. u--J f Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing at 10 Pep Cent. Diseount on Our Extremely Low Priees.. At Prices Never Heard of Before. Every Pair Warranted to Give isfaction. You'll appreciate them when you see them. 1 Sat- Big line of Neckwear Latest Styles and Patterns. just in from New York. One Low Free Ticket to the Fair for Every Cash Purchase of $10 or Over. Price to All. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. J. L. FROHMAN & CO CARROLL BAILKY. DOC DRVB DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mr. A. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY CO. J. Caldwell is gettingUhe Theo. Hill, who BAILEY Hor$e cfc DRYE Proprietors Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. handled under Saddle and In "tit mile trick and belt ttables in the country. ",i 8 V db, w. b. paasranr, dVSij Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. .CALL ON" UUUUJW Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. F. G. BEADY, STANFORD, KY., Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only 35 Centi. For Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of ail kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key Rings, Chains, ic. Stamping on Metal and general repairing. Shop over M. D. Elmoie's store, S6 Stanford, Ky. 3T. Zxi jQ. xEfLS, work in tvety particu13 years' expe. 91 3m Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. I 'Guarantees Flrst-CIalar. Prices reasonable, ience. ti lias had fer John B. Cattleman. r A. C. I.anham I0YA1 INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Ik BSRBEE S GESTLEHffl. MANAGEKS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. W. A. TB.IBBLE, local agent, 3;" Stanford, Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE. ' On Saturday, August 29, 1896, o'clock, I will sell ray FARM, contain re Stanford 104 ACRES, situated about 5 miles fro-on the Lancsater pike The farm is in a high ol cultivation, the land it good and welt cautc tered. It has a iii story dwelltoj containing five rooms, good stable and necessary out buildings cash and .ml pnod orchard Terms: One-baAt 10 ll material on the ground for a nice brick Rev. 0. T. Carpenter preached at tbe residence on his lot near thb CongregaBaptist church Sunday. tional church. Our boys expect to go to Middlefibo-rotDr. DaviB and wife, Mr. Hill, of play ball Saturday. Knox ville. and Elder J. E. Terry, of The S. of V. gave a nice ire cream Winchester, attended the funeral eervi-ce- s supper one evening last week. of Arthur HilL Mr. W. R. Durham ia rejoicing over the arrival o! a little daughter at his Messrs. R. S. Crawford, K. D. Perhome. kins and A. J, Paiker were in London Mrs. A. J. Ourd ana Mrs. Mattlo Monday attending police court. Miss Gibson have returned from an extended trip Eaat. Judge M. an old and highly respected citizen, is lying near death's door with but little hope of ever rallying. Marble playing bad become the rage with our loafers, but since tbe weatbtr We have just received our line of has become bo intensely hot that with all business seems to have about closed & down. Mr. Geo. W. Maginn'e, of Port Remember we sell at the Miss., ia visiting tbe family of Col. Thos. O'Mara. Dr. H. V. Pennington was down from London Monday visiting bis brother. Everything in the Book Line. Don't forget the place. Miss Flora, the blind daughter of Come to Mr. M, A. Moore, gave a musicale last DRUG Thursday evening, assisted by her class, The program was excellent and well '11110! rendered. Mies Flora is an accomplish- 55! ed musician in every respect. The teachers' institute was in session here last week and the town waa full of young pedagogues. It was conducted by Mr. Sblpp, of Pineville, and was a decided success, judging from outside appearances, as but few teachers were seen loafing in the streets during THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present the exercises. on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY Mrs. Wm. Bakci is suffering from a of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further nobadly scalded arm. Prof. J. J. Dickey, tice. Come early and avoid the rush. of London, gave our town a call last week. He says they are progrepsing nicely with their school building and it will only bo dry for awhile they can soon complete it. Miss Smith, of Richmond, line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and who has been visiting her couisin, Mrs, Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilA Large Stock of J, L. Whitehead, returned borne Tues dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. day, leaving Beveral sad hearts behind. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts On tbe morning of tbe 27th Arthur, from A to EE. eon of Mr. and Mrs. R. the We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND D. Hill, died at his home after n brief ' lines for men and boys. illness of only three days. It had never been hia good fortune to enjoy health and several times in the past his life has almost been despaired of, but this time it waB not thought be was much sick, until just a few hours before Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and be passed away, when bis system seem- if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. ed to give away and he sank rapidly. Arthur web a boy of excellent character, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. a leader in bis classes at school, loved for his agreeableneu to his associate?, faithful tohiB church and Christian EnCoffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. deavor work. The funeral services were and Canned Goods. goods at iow prices. We are yours for first-cla- ss conducted in at his father's Wednesdnymorning by Rev. A. A. Myers, of Cumberland Gap, where there The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky, was a large gathering of people. June 1896. o been visiting at St. B. THOMPSON, Albans, W. Va., was called home by the Eighth Is a candidal for Congreii in this, death of her little brother, Arthur, ar- Dittrict, subject to the action of the ire Democratic Pasty. riving Wednesday morning. Mrs. Jane Bird died at her home on SAM XV. the 20th, after a long illnest of consumpt tion, aged 55 years. Funeral sevices oc- Is a CaididaU (orofSheriff of Lincoln County, to the action the dtmocratlc pttlj curred at Briar Oreok church next day, conducted by Revs. Julian, of Oorbln, and W. G. Olinger. Mrs. Bird was a de- GARLAND voted, consistent member of the Chris- I a candidate for Superintendent Public 'Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the tian church. democratic party. Iibb J. i: TO THE LADIES a the moil complete. Elegant lint Linens nod Embroidery Material. MISS LICCIE IIEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky A I 3IENEFEE I am back from the citiet with everything thsl la new and pretty in the Millinery line visit to my store will convince you thai this stock it tub-joc- SINGLETON A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, FRANK S. GREEN Is a candidate for AiiMMir of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. SCHOOL BOOKS. Stnu ford, Ky. Office over McRobertt' aHE J. F. HOLDA3I Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. Drug Store In the Owsley Building. FOR SALE. Dttiratle Suburban Home, Conuinlsg Ten Acrraoi i.ana, rot Hale. Mat on it a food, comfortable Dwelling of bi Koomi.aod til necessary outbuildings, On. yard hydrant and one for watering slock, also a splendid, never falling well, r or futlher particulars apply to J AS. I. I1AILEV. J Staofoid, Ky. TABLETS SCHOOL SUPPLIES. SAMUEL M. OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic party. sub- Gib-eo- n, CrMowest Cash Prices Y&D McROBERTS' JAMES B. GENTRY Is a candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. Your support is carnettly solicittd STORE. EMMETT McCORMACK Is a candidate for Aiicisor of Llncotn County, subject to the action of the democratic parly. oar support it earnestly solicited. I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory,! icm ii.v..vvX'10X'XO!'XlvXCOXOXOvt Ice regularly every morning. I'rlce 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. All bills must m M. F. ELKIN Any amonnt between nth. AH GL EARANCE SALE It a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of tho democratic party. 10 and too Ibt at Vein. positively tie paid the flnt of each K. IIREMER. JOE T. EMBRY It a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln Couuly. subject to the action cl the democratic party, and earnestly atks your support. SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, Flrsl-Clat- C. G. BAKER - Kontuckv. GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Com One, Come All. Well-Selected s It a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln, subjtct to Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very action of the democratic party. Thinking the Reasonable Ratet, A portion of your patronage It entitled to a slice respectfully solicited. Southern end of the county it 18 6m. of the pie beatks your tupport. THE HUSTLINO INSURANCE MAN, And tee the new Hats at Mis. Dudderar's Tem ple ol Kathlon this week. New Legon, new cuecis in riomn fanamis, ail me new and Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low I'rlce. Drctt making done in tne latett style and on short M. D. DUDDKRAK, notice. MRS. KATK DUDPEKAR. M. W. JOHITSON1, Is Agent for The And The New York Lile Ins. Co. Aetna Accident Insurance Company. Rest and first-cla- ss CRAB kook Out for Our Centre Tabic! ORCHARD SPRINGS CARPETS, NOW OPEN. Present Engagements Give Promise of Largest Atten- Mott Favorablo Ttrms oi Insurance. Two Farms For Sale. Farm Na. I contain. nt a In WohiH.!.. county, Ky the greater part of which Is In arast. wen watered; with good improvement!, including new metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop. This farm it situated in what it pronounced the beit dlttrict In Kentucky for White b.Vley Tobacco. Comfortable residence house. Farm No. 1 contains 300 acres in same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best improved farms in the county. Roth farms are in Anestate ofpresetvatlon, well watered ond fenced. Close to R, R. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, to Stanford, Ky. i..-r- dance for Years. New Music Hew Chefs. New Ideas. the-yar- d CHARLES WHEELER WRITE FOU TERMS. CUS HOFMANN, Hit Proprietor. a