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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896080401 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. M emi-Week- ly Interior Journal STANFORD KY.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. 1896. -- vol. XXV. HUSTONVILLE. Co1. Ide AubUu watches over tbo evil doers and preserves the peace during the slckneee of Marshal Dovers. The public school session will open Aug. 10. Mies Mary Thompson will bo in charge. Tho attention of parents in this district is called to tho fact that thoy aro compolled by law to send their children to school. Tho ladles interested in tho union church at Moreland pave one of their and successful suppers for tho benefit of the church Friday night. Everybody had a nice time and those who attended from this place speak in behest praise of tho supper. F. B. Twidwel', who has been suUe:-Io- r with nn attack of sciatica, is able to , bo around again. Mrs. Margaret who has beon quite ill, is much better. Marshal Dovers has been quito alck but is improving. Geo. Kills, having successfully passed through an at tack of typhoid fover, is out again, re- celviug tho congratulations of friends. Judae Camnltz continues sick, but is thought to be improving. Mrs. Mary Brown continues to bo confined to bed. Mr. McGinnls, of Port Gibson, Miss., was tho gurst of his sister, Mrs. Collins, t Isaac Steele's. Mrs, Mitchell, of Stanford, has been visiting her nephew, Isa ac Steele. Mr. and Mrs. S. Walton For- gy, of Kile ton. are at Mrs. Lucas. Mr. J. G, Weatherford wan in town last week. Mies Louisa Culbertaon, of Newport, is visiting relatives in the community. Win. Speed, of Junction City, was in town a ftw days Blnce greeting old frenda. Mr. Wilson, of Franklin, Is tho guest of his uncle, John Dlnwiddio. Mr. Rex Raid and wifo have returned to their homo at Somerset. Miss Lillio Walker, of Newport, Is the guest of Mrs. John Allen, near town. Miss Nannie Hopper, of Perry vllle, Is visiting relatives In town. Cat 'Wheelur has re turned from a visit to Richmond. Mioq Carrie Jones, of Adairville, is visiting Miss Minnie Dinwiddle. McUor-mack- NO. 45 CHAD ORCHARD, 1 STANFORD. Dead Give Away by Editor Jamc M. Al leu, of the Cynthiana Democrat. Thero are moro wayfl than one of getting into Stanford, for which the congregation will please join mo in thanksgiv- r' ? Tho anarchists visited hero Friday night and shook us up with a small sized bomb. We will surely have better people in Crab Orchard from tho way they are attending the holiness meeting now in progress at Cedar Creek. The iloldam Houeo is filled to overflowing with Summer boarders. Among the number are Judge T.Z Morrow nnd his entire family, of Somerset. Prof. Ritchie and Mr. J. F. Holdam attended tho picnic at Carter's store Saturday. They roport a good time and a superabundance of beer and burgoo. Mr. W. K Peralns is buying wheat and shipping to Brodhead. Mr. Isaac Herrln and Mr. J. Wilson shipped several cars of sheep to Cincinnati Tuesday. The supper for the benefit of tho Christian church was well attended. Thero wcrosoveral couples from Lancaster over to partake of tho refreshments ho elegantly served by some of Crab Orchard's fairest maids. -- Supt. Martin, of the L. & N , with his family and a party of friends will bo at Crab Orchard Springs Tuesday to spend several weeks. Mis9 Essie Burch, of Stanford, is on a visit to her relatives in Crab Orchard and is a faithful attendant of the famous sulphur well. Miss Scott, the handsome little visitor of Dr. , Stapp's family, left Thursday to vlbit friends in Shelby ville. Mr. J. R. Brooks and wife, of Harrodsburg, are up to spend several weeks with his mother and other relatives. Mrs. Russ Dlllion, of Livingston, 1b with her mother, Mrs. J. U. Tucker, on Cedar Creek. Mrs. Tom Curtis and family, of Somerset, aro visiting her father, Mr. A. O. Nowlund. Dr. W. J. Edmis-to- n has returned from a visit to his best girl at Richmond. Mr. Johnson and family, of Harrodsburg, aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pleaaante. Mr, Lee Orady has joined his family at Mr. Joe Mr. J. E. Pleasants Is quite sick. Miss LocUie Dillion Is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. W. Burke, at Brownsville, MT. XENIA. Tonn. Mrs. Scott Farris is visiting her There wllTalwaye bo in the memo- father at Silver Creek, while Uncle Scott ries of the citizens of this community is at Ixndon preparing for tha fair which pleasant recollections of a good old wo- could not go on without him. man whom in years gone by they frequently eaw fitting on the banks of tho DEATH DOINGS. Hanging Fork, smoking the pipe of Clinton Griffiths, a prominent citipeace and happiness and watching the zen of OwenBboro, is dead. finny tribe toy with the hook and lino Judgo M. L. Davis died at Williamsshe so skillfully handled. Then, tor, burg. He had passed the e and she loved to knit well, I know she did, ten murk. Ho was county judge for four and whon the fish wero not biting rapidyears and was n in Wayne ly, she put in time knitting, and I have and surrounding towns. often met her on the rod riding along County Judgo Logan W. Caldwell, with her husband, knitting ail the while. pawing away one of the most popular and highly reBui the old land marks are spected citizens of Boylo county, died and good old Aunt Mary Dawson has Friday, aged 09. He leaves a wife, two joined the innumerable boats In the sons and four daughters all grown. The great beyond. As wife, mother, friend, funeral occurred at Caldwell church Sunneighbor, christian, none were better day afternoon. Judge Caldwell had been a than "Acnt Mary," and as a visitor, sherlfl, county judgo Hnd waa prominent frequent one in my childhood days, to in private and public positions and was her house, I want to add my portion to a successful breeder of live stock. He tbo ocean of sympathy for her bereaved waa a member of the Cumberland Preschildren, each of whom loved her with a byterian church. devotion seldom equalled, never excell Dr. W. T. Poynter, of Shelbyville ed. May sweet flowers fotover bloom on president of Science Hill College and VS, tho little mounds that mark the resting V W place Annt Mary" and "Uncle Lo- - father of J. Fletcher Poynter, of tho Shelbyville V. gan," and may their children and grand preacher but Sontlnel, not only a good one of the finest educators C!S cr.tidren strive to imitate their faultless in tho South, is dead. Dr. Poynter dedlives. icated the Methodist church at Preach-oravilWith us their names shall live, a few years ago, coming thither v jtjL Through long succeeding years, give, Embalmed with all our hearts can and paying his own expenses, after a lf UUr prumco nuu uui ionic. SlIKTAW. sanctificatlou brother had refused to come for less than 2o. Ha waa a liberal minded man and saw no harm In perMA TRIMONIAL MA TTEltS. mitting his pupils to dance among s Notwithstanding his lather's threot and refused to deprive tho girla of to cut him off with f 0,000 a year, Corne- this little pleasure, even after the "goody lius Vanderbllt, Jr., married Mies Wilson good" bad raised a row about it. the girl of his choice, whom tho old man opposed becauso she is not rich. DUNNVILLE, CASEY COUNTY. the bright, brainy and The Sunday achool convention, handsomo editor of tho Richmond Reg- which was hold horo last 8aturJay waa a ister, Mr. Clarence E. Woods, will lend grand success. to tho hymeninl nllar Mies Mattie McD. G. Colson spoke hero and mude a Donald, daughter of Wm. O. Ohenault, a grand failure and consequently most of rich Madison county farmer, and a young tbo republicans hero are White men. lady of great attractiveness and beauty. Free silver is tho only conversation They will spend their honeymoon at Rockbridge, Alum Springs, Va whero hero and it Boems to have everything its every prospect pleaeea and happiness own way, as big, little, old and young are lorireo stiver. reigns supreme. Tho stave men aro rnfikinu a PrAnd Douglap, the rising young Mr. W. W. rush to get thoir staves all out at Yoee- l, editor of tho sporting surprised blB friends tho other day by mlto before the railroad stops operations. taking his sweetheart, pretty Miss Cora Thero will be great rejoicing when that EttaTurpin.to Jeflersonvillo and mak- road is torn up. Since tho Courier-Journhas joined ing her his wife. There wob no objection and the elopement waa the rods it has but few subscribers at this n the marriaiio place and what few have paid up subaimnlv for the romance. Mr. Douglas is scriptions never read it, but give it to the a Meade county boy, who haa climbed right along up the Journalistic ladder merchants for wrapping papor, and they complain of its being no good for that. since ho went to tho city. Wo pray for tho success of tho "Bey Isaac II. Greene, 95 years of age, nnd urator oi the l'latte," and that tho God will deliver our country from tho oldest lawyer In Louisville, wbb tried on a writ of lunacy and found to be of Wall Street and Eastern rule and that wo unsound mind. Information on which once more may be able to see above the the proceedings wero Instituted waa filed level of tbo sea. Then what a rejoicing by Georgo Greene, who claims to bo r there will be. Bryan In the chair and son of Isaac R. Greene. The lattor saya everybody feeling good i he never had a son. Isaac R. Greene is At a of tho 30th Georgia one of tho fow surviving veterans of the war, and claims to have been Regiment at Orchard Hill, Q8., a historic Blaekbawk battle-fiel- d InSoaldinc? cmmio u a messmate of Abraham Lincoln. Cleveland has Issued a Confederates were killnd an.t .,. i President proclamation enjoining strict neutrality seriously shocked by a terrific bolt of ItnVtt ittnn toward Cuba. Mc-Olur- ;l throe-scor- well-know- i le ing; it makes no difference about getting out ono should be content to remain. I went to Stanford Monday evening. The sun had baked Cynthiana a and waa about ready to turn tho flapjack over when I started; at 0.15 in tho evening Stanford was oa cool as the im pudence of a Britisher and was bathing luxuriously in the raya of the moon. iNow, whether or not Stanford prefers tbo moon to tho sun and keepa fair Lunn on tap all the time, others may answer. The most remarkable thing about the capital of Lincoln ia its great length of limba, extremely small waist, fairly pro portioned head and enormously large feet. The sagacious fowl that laid the golden egg that hatched out Walton's town was moro of a goose than anything else. Injecting the magnificent highlands that abound in the vicinity, she elected to deposit her Bingle standard treasure on the banks of a stream called St. Asaph, doubtless, with prophetic eye foreseeing the split in the ranks of the democracy, aud hoping to blend the metals in a harmonious double standard that would hold us all together. She was a goose for imagining we could be held together, and a double standard goose for spoiling Stanford's chances to look like something etrong-o- r than a shoe string. I like that idea of golden egg and sliver threaded stream. Its h beantiful piece of poetic imagery, mingling sweet thoughts of a bard with practical politics and a long drawn out town. Walton will delight in it. Tho St. Asaph ia a wonderful stream. It is no larger than one's wrist in dry weather, but when cloudbursts and aud bn'Morme and afleucb tbinga aa we had in July come to pass, it proportions that burst dams, lay waste tho fields of the Helvetians and scare the boots oil tho timid folks. It knocked tho reservoir sky high a week or bo ago, and then like a chump, immediately fell to the diameter of a needle. All the property on the southern side of Main street runs back to the stream and uses it as a eewer, It is not pretty, but it is rather convenient. The people of Stanford that I met were1 delightfully hospitable and friendly and made mo feel quite at home. Rov. J. T. Sharrard and wife, importations from Harrison, are very pleasantly located at tho home of Mrs. Dudderar, and have become thoroughly amalgamated with thepeoploand interests of the town. Mr. W. P. Walton and Mr. E.C. Walton, of tho Interior Journal, were "at home" as they always are to thoir friends. At tho particular time in question they were struggling with an gasoline engine with which they propose to make the wheels go 'round until the tank "buBts" and lands them on the opposite sldo of tho gulf from the delinquent subscribers. The Interior Journal office is a model of completeness. Besides tho regular news press, three job presses are in use; the equipment of type and other materials is perfect. With theBO tools and two men with heads on them it is small wonder that the paper is the beat y and most widely quoted in Kentucky. done-brow- n silver-threade- d 800-pousemi-weekl- SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Silver aseaving S05 a ton baa been found in Rockcastle county. The work of arching Cumberland Gap tunnel with brick haa begun and it will take six months to complete the job. Kentucky's contribution to the internal revenue receipts amounted to over $14,000,000, of which this district contributed $907,291. 'Squire Robert Wells, of Madison, whilo bunting squirrels near his home accidentally ehot himself. His physi cians pronounce him dangerously injur- uu. Tho Pinovillo Courier saya that H. L. Asher & Co. Bhipped a carload of lum ber, which had nothing lees than 28 inches wide and several boards were 48 inches wide. A letter paesed through the Danville postofllce yesterday addressed to a party at "Junktian Siday." It was forwarded to our sprightly neighbor, Junction City. Advocate, Wm. Royaton, of Lancaster, dropped a pistol from his pocket while riding a bicyclo. It went off, and the ball enter ed the leg and ranged upward, lodging in the right lung. Mr. P. T. Downs, formerly super intendent of this division of the L. & N., haa been promoted to the position of general superintendent of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe, with headquarters. at Galveston, Tex, Ralph Arnold, eon of Joo Arnold, of Garrard, was fined $20 for disturbing re ligious worship. R. H. Tomlinson de fended him and grew wrathy at the de. claion of the polico judge, lie made an odensive remark, whereupon be was fin ed $3, but he refused to pay it, saying he would go to jail first. At last accounts he had done neither. Miss Myrtle Simpson, a daughter of Mike Simpson, of Garrard county, passed through Nicholasvlllo en route to her aunt's in Texts. Sho said her parents wanted her to marry a man named Ciouse. whom she did not lovn " . wniieane wanted to marry Kev. Wm. Walden, and that she was running Bway to escape tho mockery of marrying a man sho did not love. James M. Owens, of Wayne county, about 40 years of age, who has been wan dering around over tho country, drifted Into Burgin last Tuesday, aays the Sav ings. After scaring everybody out of the hotel thero and bppeSrtng on the streets without clothes, he was arreBted aud put in jail here by Marshal McCabe. Ho wbb tried on a lunacy warrant, Thursday, and adjudged insane and sent to the asylum. He said the A. P. A's. had parted him from his wife and that seemed to be the cause of his mental disease. 'nit I.' ,. ,. y 1 SCHOOL BOOKS. We have just received our line of if. : ffl 1' TABLETS & SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Remember we sell at the : ... V :! : CrMowest Cash Prices !8D Everything in the Book Line. Come to Don't forget the place. ft M McROBERTS' DRUG STORE. fil iYJr - 3yn(.v.AAaaflAAftAAAA(WUAAMA-VaaAAAAAAfl- .i.ta).ni4.i)in.iji.iADMd iDTi .vi4t rrrTvvwtrwwv7Vvwv(rwvvw vVtfrv(rvvr - ri ! r, S U OO ESS Owing to the good trade I have had since I begup 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 GOQPS QEAFES. iAAMAAAAA. THAIT EVER, wwvvn v You bought them before, now is your time. JAMES FRYE, Husloiivllle. vvvJw c Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal oofing, W Shingles, Etc. .... . A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. rDTrii jc ,-.- v-r -- iizD .DEALERS IN. tt mwwH.f jf- CHURCH CHIMES. The Rev. J. T. Hazel, a Massachusetts clergyman, Ib organizing an army of 'Gospol Cyclers," who will travel over the country on bicycles, preaching from place to place. Tho preacher at a prayer meeting in Randolph county, Ark., Bald that any one who would vote for free silver "ought to be pitched into hell headforemost," and the worshipers indulged in a diograceful riot, in which many were more or leea seoiously hurt. Dr. E. O. Guerrant writes the Jessa mine Journal of his meeting on Troublesome Creek in Breathitt county: On the last day 27 persons joined aomo the Presbyterian church, some the Methodist and some the Baptist church and money enough raised to build a church for all denominations. Shawnee Run Baptist churcb, in Mercer county, was constituted in November, 17SS, and had for its pastor then Elder John Rice, who eerved it for 55 years. During that time 'he baptized 3,000 and married over 2,000 people. Elder Strother Cook, Sr., who died last year, aged 80, was pastor of this church lor 13 yeara. Tho publiahors of Spurgeon'a have received a Bingle order for a million copies. Over 2,600 different ser mons by the great preacher are now in circulation, and there are still enough unpublished manuscripts on hand to maintain the publication of a new aer mon each week for several years. More than a hundred millions of copies of Spurgeon's sermonB have been sold. ser-mo- na i "Drugs, GKsrrvicals, Oils, Pairvts, J t It Pays to Daal with a Cash House, t i fc Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. sf Give us a call and be convinced. 5r)f & 0tT No Inbult, Thahks. Mr. T. O. Jas- Valises, Trunks, Telescopes, Umbrellas, Ladies' Shoes & Slippers, New Line : Gents' Neckwear, All at prices in keeping with these hard times. II. J. McROBERTS. them-selve- v w per, cashier of the Piano, Texas, National Bank, Bays in remitting for bis subscription and that of Mr. W. R. George: We dont't want to Insult you, but want to help out the man that is raising soldiers for his country. There are a great many men here who will take no part in the election. They will not vote for Bryan for several reasons, McKinley ia out of tho question, and aa there will be no sound money democrat in the race, h great many here will not vote at all. One ounce of gold is worth $20.07. Sixteen ounces of silver are worth $11.01. All the iawa of the Medea and Persianr; all the armies of Xerses and Alexander and Napoleon; all tbo oratory of SocrateB and Mr. Bryan could not make 10 ounces of silver worth one ounce of gold. H. G. RUPLEY, THE MEMHANT TAILOR -- Is Receiving his- - SPITMNC& ANB Stock. SUMMER All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give hiroa Call. Courier-Journa- al all-wi- re-un- ion i. Commercial Tribune. Father Tom Major, an Boldier, in hia sermon at Sacred Heart church, Frankfort, Sunday, criticised the Franklin county silver monfor carrying a cross of gold through the streets. He urged Catholics to take no part in a parade whore such things wore done. Judge Oantrill decided in the agreed case of City Judge Thompson, of Louisville, that be is not only entitled to $2 a case, but where the case occupies more than one day, he is entitled to $3 for tho drat dav and f 1 lor each succeeding day. Auditor Stonejtook an appeal. Thornton Cox, who disappeared from Lexington 30 years ago and who was thought to be dead, turned up alive and well and is Bald to be thejrlchest man in North Carolina. Marshal Davis fatally wounded a Negro at a colored camptneeting at Midway Sunday and was himself shot in the left leg. A child born near Martinsburg, W. Va , bad the head and ears of a mule. Another terrible railroad wreck hea shocked the country. Near Atlantic City, N. J., the fast express of the Phila delphia itnd Heading railroad dashed! broadside into n crowded excursion train of tho Pennsylvania railroad, whose tracks cross those of the Reading. Tbo excursion train waa cut into bv the express and death and destruction follow ed. Daylight rovealed that 47 persons had been killed outright and the same 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 i. Ml s&rAT COST.-5- a ! W. P. TATE, Stanford. DLUK-GUAS- cause of tbo wreck is believed to have been a mistake in signals at the crossing. Thero aro evidences that the two trainB S HERD OP THK wero racing, aa was customary on the SnfiKrd stretch over the Meadows, where the My Breeder! were seloctcd from the beat bcrdt trncka run parallel. of tms f arnout breed of twine in several different & Fisher Carriage Co., Siatei. A iplcndid lot ot pie of diflnrent ace The Emerson a specialty. Satisfaction for tale. of Cincinnati, failed, with liabilities of guaranteed. Bred owi CorrespoBdence solicited. Address $390,000. The Columbus Buggy Co. alBROXATJGH, , so (ailed with heavy liabilities. Crab Orchard, Ky ! BED HOGS. I R. II. h ii.fr l.f"Vii Tt nfrfc-i- fc. ..nTnUti.i itT?-iii'vni .if..., I.,,. Vr.n '., " ' ''Ww f .TWffiV' iffjaisiB4!, mipittn..! nun ... .i.iw.. jii.iWI.ii.h,l mm wwbiiim WiAMrl..ic.m' .mn mi,i. ; lu b I I ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The original free silver papers refer I ANYTHING IN SEE OUR to the Louisville sound money meet as Winter Turf seed oats for sale. J. the "McKinley Side 8how." CLOTHING PANTS, F. Goik, Rowland. "Cyclone" Davis, the people's party The Jessamine Journal reports sales August 4, 1806 MADE TO ORDER. TAILOR-MADStanford. Ky leader, was nominated for Congress by oi iu export cattle at 1c. populists of the Fourth Texas district to -- Mr. Frietag, of Belgium, Is at Lexsucceed Hon. O. B. Culberson. ington, buying coach horses to export. W. P. WALTON. The National party, which repreThomas Land bought of various parsents the bolt in the State from the Na- - ties n lot of heifers and steers at 2 to 2Jc. .. n.111 uum t U!l.l!! luuni (iiuuiuuiuu pniij, nut l.nl.l n In the interest of morality the New The Winchester Domocrat reports State convention in Louisville, Aug. 20 sales of soveral lots of hogs for Aug. 15 York Legislature passed what ia known A Harrisburg dispatch to tho New delivery at prohibits the as the Raines Law, which 3c. York World says Senator Quay "figurts intoxicating liquors on Sunday. a lie of The tobacco crop in the West End Is all but JO electoral votes necessary to a the largest crop for years. Somo will be To evade the law and get all the liquor choice sure for McKinley now, and says cut the last of the week. tSey want, over 200 "social clubs" have H3 that of the 75 which are regarded as been incorporated in New York City "for George T. Hord boI.I his 125 aero doubtful at this time there vill be n fair farm near Versailles, to Jnmes II. the promotion of literary and social purEn To come in this week and sec the big cuts wc arc making proportion won by the republicans." suits and the inculcation of morality." of Frankfort, lor iS,810.50 cash. in every department of our big store. Wc realize what it The real object of the clubs is to furnish Well filled races and hotly contested Chief Justice Pryor, candidate for retakes to sell goods in a dull season like the pacscnt and its members with any kind of drinks they election, told a Lexington Herald repor- rings will be th rule at the Danville we arc accordingly applying the knife to every departmay choose. In other words the clubs ter: "The gold and silver aglUllon ia not Fair. Don't fail to go. August I, 5 for its members to are regular making any difference, in my race; both and 0 ment. Read the list below : evade the law and the courts say they Montie Fox bought lor Simon Weibl branches of the democratic party are goBlue, Red and Gray Calico, this week, can not be disturbed. The temperance d ing to support tne. From what I can see of D. F. Logan 32 cattle at India Linen worth people have an uphill business in fightin the parts of my district which 1 have 3.90 and of Josh Adams a bunch averag- i t Nice White Goods 5c, worth SJc. ing the whisky traffic, as they have to go going to win ing 1,420 at same price. been over, I believe we are t Tho Register says that R. P. Fox Yard-Wi- de aeainat the courts, the devil and the devall over the State. I am very much flat, Brown Cotton was offered $1,000 for his yearling, Lucy ilish ingenuity of man. They do not tered with my prospects." " " Bleached Cotton seem to despair, however, but everytime The Louiavillo Critic says the meet- Gilbert, after she made tho remarkable Lonsdale, Fruit and Masonvillc, Best Brands of Bleachthey are knocked out, they catch their ing of the sound money democrats there record of 1:20) at the Richmond fair. ed Cotton Made, c, worth 9c. again to prosecute the wind and come The Versailles Fair will be held Aug. last week did not Bet the woods afiro or 12 14, with from 14 to 24 entries in the uneven fight. opportu8- -4 do more than give an excellent per yard. Unbleached Sheeting at P OLITICA L P OINTS. trots each day. Our thanks are due J. nity for some dreary local alBlack or White Corsets 43c, worth 75c. Fine Those who have the power nearly The HarrodBburg Democrat has re- and country politicians to get their F. Cohen, assistant secretary, for invita ways exercise it. The silver men had Men's Working Shirts at 25c. tion. speeches in the papeis. Nearly every .. their innings at Chicago and used pudiated the Chicago ticket. .4 1. James H. Taylor, of Uustonville.who 30C It is said to be Bryan's intention to man in the crowd was a candluau lor a have The gold menwould them. . , .1 3jC visit every State in the Union during the little cheap notoriety, which otherwiee has Beveral acres in tobacco, his thrown done the same, as is shown in the up the sponge and will not cut it. He could have been denied him. campaign. ' , case of Florida. Two of the silver elect40c. The Middleeboro News speaks oi recently fold his old crop of 4,S0O for Chairman Jones has called the demors on the democratic ticket resigned Fine Percale Shirts, with Collar and Cuffs Attached or a "labored $93. and thinks the price this year will and the democratic State ezecutivo com- ocratic National committae to meet in John D. White's speech as Detached, 50c, worth 75c. and lying effort." He attacked the right- be even lower. mittee appointed gold men in their New York city, August 11. Rufus and Henry Vanarsdall sold to Men's Underwear 45c per Suit. B. Ohenault was made chair- eousness and legality of the soparale John places, making the State electoral ticket En catMontie Fox, of Boyle, 17 d man of the Madison county democratic coach law, tho paper says, and adrocated Good Bleached Drill Drawers only 25c. solid for gold. The silver leaders swear tle at 3.S5. Jake Huguely, of Boyle, they will not stand it and have issued a committee. He is teller in the 2nd Na- absolute social as well as legal equality of bought of Sid Kays, of this county, 27 Ladies' Slippers 4S0 the two races and right here the audicall to the free stiver democrats inviting tional Bank. light cattle, to be delivered the 1st of Ladies' Dong. Pat. Tip Button Shoes 9SC. Scott county has already held her ence needed air and went outdoors and them to send delegates to another State got it, leaving John D. to soft soap the October, at 3Jc HarrodBburg Democrat. We have some Choice Bargains left in Men's, Boys' convention for the purpose of putting democratic primary to nominato candiAt the meeting just cloaed at Laton-idates for county offices to be voted for in colored brethren to his heart's content. Clothing. and Children's Ready-Ma- de out another State and electoral ticket. the largest winner was Mr. M. F. Commenting on Gov. McOreary's Dwyer. His colt Ben Might is regarded as right in politics, as November, 1S97. Brush, won John D. White has put up the chink letter accepting the Chicago ticket, well as in war, and he gets who can and First Mate came noxt with $9,005. for the primary. He and Colson have kisB-e- which wbb published a week ago in this keeps who will. Scherre r heads the list of jockeys with and made up and everything is lovely paper, the Richmond Register says: Aa mounts to his credit, Charloy Thorpe Tbb Mountain Echo is a warm cham- till another epat. the governor has always been looked to as coming next with 31. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, 's pion of John D. White and a bitter opeffort and on 43d the ablest champion of democracy in this After a ponent of D. G. Colson in the race for ballot, James D. White, of Bardwell,waa part of the .Stat, his position in the presT. D. RANEY, Manager. Congress in the 11th. In its last iesue nominated for circuit judge in tho fourth ent political crieis will be read with inAN AMUSING DEBATE. affidavits are published to show that the district over Bishop and Yeaman. terest, and we hope serve as a beacon-ligThe Suldcct Wan ficrlonn KnoucK but the has either forcandidate for The silver republicans of Denver met to hundreds of faltering democrats, Situation Va Comical. Branch Stores: gotten what be said two years ago or is and decided to demand Senator Walcott'a who, amid tho general party gloom, are When, in tho old days of trouble beParis, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg lying and further affidavits are given to resignation because of bia determination undecided as to where they are "at," tween tho English unci French, thero Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, prove that be said in 1894 "I would rath- to support the republican National ticket. was talk of bending Admiral Huwke to sea to keep watch over the enemy's fleet, er vote for John Morgan's bones than for Gen. S. B. Buckner says he cannot ORE NEWS NOTES. Elizabcthtown, Franklort. Ky., if thero occurred a notable interview. It Silos Adams or John D. White." It support the Chicago ticket, and that he and Mauckport, Ind. Cincinnati was visited by fonrstorine was November. The weather was stormy doesn't matter much what be said or favors the nomination of another ticket Saturday which did great damage. and dangerous for vesels and tho gov what he did, Colson is going to win the to represent true democratic principles. Gov. Bradley has fixed the first ernment was not agreed as to sending nomination and while it is commendable vv--v--vj- ji WilliamlF. Harrity, who was recent V them out Monday in September aa Labor Day. in Bro. Dycbe to defend his old friend ly retired from the chairmanship of the Mr. Pitt, who was in bed with gout, Five cattle and sheep men were kill was obliged to reecivo those who had and try to put his enemy to rout, tie is democratic National committee, has ankicking against the pricks. nounced his retirement from active poli- ed in a fight in the State of Washington. business with him in his chamber. This & Trie cut of 10 per cent in the wagee room had two beds untl no fire. Tho tics. A sunstroke very often knocks out Duko of Newcastlo The Rhode Island democracy found of the employees of the O. O. & S. W. sider tho Bending came to him to conft out of tho ileet, and the person stroked, but it was never no difficulty in getting into line. Its haa been restored. Are both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. had scarcely entered tho room when ho known to knock out a divorce suit until e Thieves robbed and burned the Wc can scllyou cried out, shivering all over with cold: Saturday. Mrs. Annie Honsel filed Buit State committee cordially endorsed both at UlyeBes, Lawrence county. They the nominees and the platform made at "How is this? No lire" Jj morning in Louisville for a divorce that got away with 12,500. Chicago. "So," said Mr. Pitt. "When I have from her husband, Thomas Honsel. That A fellow who signed himself Job. D. tho gout, I cannot bear one." Bourke Cockran returned from Euii afternoon she saw in the papers that her Tho duko, wrapped in his cloak, took rope Saturday, and announces that he Norton worked a bank in Nicholasvillc :) husband bad received a severesunBtroke a Feat by the invalid's bedside and beDelivered at your house. I lave about "oo bushels of n for a large amount. y will at once enter actively into the and was at the hospital. The old love gan talking, but he found hiiuhelf SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR Si. The big Italian warship, Roma, wfs to defeat Bryan and the Chicago .! to endure tho cold came back, ebe rushed to his side, there .V atruck by lightning and it was necessary platform, "Pray allow mol" ho exclaimed was a complete reconciliation, the wife Call and see us. A prominent prohibitionist told the to sink her with torpedoes. and, without taking off his cloak, hastened to the telephone, ordered ber Edward E. Barney, president of the ho buried hiniM'lf in the other lied and , fl lawyer to withdraw the Biiit, everything Register that bis party in Madison with (tV high and the but few exceptions will vote for Bryan Virginia Navigation Company, commit- contiuued tho conversation. He was i was lovely, the gooeo bung strongly oppoml to risking the fleet in ted suicide near Richmond, Va. happy husband began at once to im- and Sewall. At the last election they cast the November gales. Mr. Pitt was absoCalvin Fletcher Burns, one of Mis200 votes. prove. St, Jo- lutely resolved that it should put to sea, Tho belief is growing at Washington souri's leading bankers, died at "I uavb been hopeful from the begin- that Senator Allen will Boon call togeth- seph, leaving an estate valued at $4,000,- - and both argued tho matter with much warmth. It was tho only warmth, inning, but now I have croesed the line of er his committee and have it exercise 000 deed, in tho room. of confidence," hopefulness into the land Two men lost their lives in a collisits plenary powers by taking Watson off "I am positively determined thnt hc ATis what Mr. McKinley said to a friend at the ticket. ion on the L, A N. near Birmingham, fleet shall sail," said Pitt, accompany a few days ago. He is banking Canton Dr. Clardy is an eaBy wiuner of the caused by the engineer going to Bleep on ing his words with tho most lively geson the way the democrats are making democratic nomination for Congress in duty. ticulations "It is impossible! It will perish!" fools of themselves, but we believe he is the 2d district. Six of the eight counties Cincinnati Dr. W. I. Kelley, the reckoning without his host. The gold have inatructed for him. The conven- specialist, was fined 150 and costs at Lex suit! the duke, witii equal emphasis. Cooking, At tho moment tho discussion waxed men may rage and the heathen imagine tion will be held at Madisonviile ington for practicing medicine without hottest another dignitary of tho realm And Ranges for 30 days going at less Heating, Stoves, a vain thing, but the people are aroused State licence. came in and found it difficult to keep than actual cost. Gasoline, this time and are determined to give McA grand rally of the Bryan and Sew-a- ll Tho government of Costa Rica bsa his countenance at tho sight of two Kinley and his crowd a very cold shake. democracy will be held at Middleebo-r- o forbidden the importation of silver and ministers deliberating on a matter of so August 8. Fifteen hundred people ordered all in the possession of citizens grave importance from such u novel sitGov. Bradley has refused to pardon are expected to uation. be present when Joe to be coined at once. Frank Searce, the Lexington dude sent Blackburn and John Rhea will Tho fleet did put to tea, and Mr. tiro them The Pullman Palace Oar Co. is be up for forgery, though hundreds of the Pitt's judgment proved to lo right. Tho , with enthusiasm. ginning to reduce its exborbitant rattB enemy was crippled and a signal society people of the capital of the blue ad The official stenographer of the Chi- in conformity to the public demands vantage gnined. Youth's Companion. grass importuned him. He gave as his cago convention saya the Hill amend- and the prospective injunction of the very excellent reason that the conviction All About Lotc. ment to the free coinage plank of the law. of one man high in the social scale carplatform, providing that "any change in "Say, I'm in love, " confided tho faro John Onstott, a patent wire fence ried more terror than that of a dozen the monetary standard should not apply salesman, committed suicide at the Por- dealer to the lookout during a lull in men of a lower station, and that when to existing contracts," was adopted. ter House, Bowling Green, by shooting the play. yon such people were convicted the law "Why, don't know what lovo After having for some time considered the advantages In answer to the question if be himself under the left ear with a bulldog is," laughed the lookout should take its course. arid disadvantages of the Cash System of doing business, would withdraw from the ticket, Mr. Ar- pistol. "Don't you believe it, " retorted tho wc have been forced to the conclusion that it is right, and W. E. Burt, a member of one of the dealer. "Lovo is a gatno that Cupid On being criticised for having only one thur Sewall said: "Any man who for a in the end, the best for both buyer and seller. On Wed"1" in "tranquillity" on the new qne dol- moment entertaina such an idea is not best families in Austin, Texas, killed his deals. Ho lias a crooked layout, and tho nesday, July 15, wc will begin this system, viz: Buying lar silver certificates, Secretary Carlisle worthy of an answer. I do not know wife and two children, aged two and fonr bank wins every bet If you copper a case in his gamo it's suro to win ; if you and Selling for Cash Only, and we feel sure that wc shall says that is the way it is spelled in the whether Bryan will retain a place on the years, and then sank their bodies in the play a case open it looses, and you're iu is for sticking to populist ticket." be able to satisfy both old and new customers that this constitution, and he house cistern. agreement of Kentucky distill- big lock if you don't get whipsawed in spelling and all. WebW. L. Peck, who headed the Georgia The move is best both for them and for us. We will carry a that instrument, every turn. If a man calls the turn it's and other lexicographers say there delegation to the National populist con- ers to suspend production for IS months a 1 to 10 shot ho drops dead." New ster Better and Larger Stock of Goods than ever before and Bhould be two "Is" in the word, but vention, Bays that Watson was nominat- has been consummated. It goes into ef- Orleaus feel sure that we shall be able to please you in service, in what's the use of using two when one ed with the distinct understanding that fect at once, and is expected to result in quality of goods and in price. Yours for Business, A Regal llridal Gift. Sewall would be taken oil. He says that a great improvement in the trado. does just bb well? G. L. A good story is told of tho lato Baron good faith requires the democrats to put Col. John D. Morris, who died in TRY PAYING McCrbary is in Wasuington and up Watson Gov. electors from Maine to Cali- Christian county, aged 83 years, was a Hirsoh. A charming young girl, well known in London society, married an in an interview with a paper published fornia. veteran of the Mexican and Confederate equally well known guardsman. Neither there expresses the same views as to the Tho Louisville papers, especially the wars, a member of the convention that was ovcrrich. Tho baron's wedding Chicago ticket that he did in a letter to Critic, are lambasting Editor H. A. Som- - framed the Kentucky constitution of gift at tho instigation of tho Prince of the editor of this paper. As usual the raers, chairman of the democratic cam- 1849-5one of the silent singers of the Wales was a special train to Constangovernor is right. Tne fact is he is a paign committee, for m having distributed press in both thiB State and Tennessee tinople and back for tho honeymoon mighty good man to tie to on matters a circular warning rrS KS gentle- and a three weeks' stay at tho best hotol accomplished democrats against and an political or otherwise. &i Constantinople. Loudon voting for Jacob for man of tho old Virginia school Louis in m if be does not submit to the party's villeTimes. The Louisville Critic has suspended, Candling eggs is tho 0110 iufalliblo ivr V. bustles around action. Col. James Lilly was shot to death way to test them. This is dono in a v. while D. E. O'Sullivan TC There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices The so called democratic State exe- and had bis head nearly cut off in a dark room with u candle, gas or electric money to start a daily, which will adfor n vocate tho election of Bryan and 8ewall. cutive committee ha ifsued an address church at Metcalfe, Ga,, by John F. light When tho egg is hold close to tho Bhowing that the Chicago platform and Rushin, who then tried to kill himself. light, if fresh it will appear a pinkish rci Mr. O'Sullivan is full of plnck, but he tn In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. ought to Bit down calmly and count the nominees are populist productions, set- It seems that Rushin owed Col. Lilly a yellow, and if otherwise it will bo dotX, 'iS : gets himself and friends ting forth the dangers they embody, nd considerable sum of money and was un- ted with opaquo spots or bo entirely dark. coats before he Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans andA'Blacks. Call K calling on the democracy of the 8tate to able to pay it. OonBtant brooding over i5i at once and get pick of the stock. trouble. into financial By doing good with his money n s remain true to the old and tried princi- his financial troubles ia thought to have n' man, as it were, stamps tho imago of Wattsbbon's European letters are ples, and not to go over to the Chicago brought about his crazed condition and God upon it and makes it pass current Mr. K m fearfully exasperating these politically and St. Louis populist camps, nor to the murder, which caused women to faint for tho merchandise of heaven. Bryan, their joint nominee, and physically hot dog days. and men to tremble with terror. tt interior Joijene bar-roo- Tub Louisville Times is moved to remark: The reluctant pledge of Interior Journal Walton to stand by the nominees, if not by the platform of the Chicaso convention, be is keeping to the ear, but unconsciously breaking to the hone. Deep down in his ever honest heart he is in sympathy with Cleveland's declaration to the dying Lamar, that "the danger is that another Southern idea and a charge of heedlessness for the public safety on the financial question will do services in the place of the memories of the civil wa'." In oth er words, Walton finds himself in the wrong boat. We must confess that we are not as enthusiastic as we might be, becaueo of various planks in the platform, but we wentiuto theAmaineea in good faith and intend to support the nominees in erneet. We made our fight against the money plank of the platform before the convention. We were beaten and believing in the right of the majority to rule, and accepting the arbitrament of the constituted authorities of the party, we are in line to stay there. The sound money democrats, in putting out another ticket, are playing into the bands of McKinley & Co. so-call- ed S3-S- E ALL tt..l RECORDS BROKEN IT WILL PAY YOU o O Grt-ha- 02 1,450-poun- 4c, 70 3c 4c. 4c. o 64 back-numbe- rs I2c o o 1,500-poun- a 02 n $12,-29- 0. d LOUISVILLE STORE. 3-- two-day- 02 ht jp. .. GUARANTEED at 7c to 14c per -- post-offic- I Goal I3tu f cam-ptle- un-abl- o mid-denl- y, ': J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. 1 AT YOUR PRICE. W. H. WEAREN & CO. 5$s3eee 22ss CASH BASIS AT 0ee PEMMY'S DRUG STORE. Times-Democr- S02)0S03 0: or Tit-Bit- s. FOR CASH I PiWgliB i M- CASr2Se PENNY, Ex'or. a For tla.e SSTesrt Tliirt:?- HDsis, s kYTl m Rut-ledg- e. wmMtmmmmMmmMmMi -- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orohard. $ s WWMM$kM w. J- 1- V Jl, . u rifcllll fll H- - . i . ,.f. agfc-- rMiLimmZ , ' -- -... rftti T er-'srnvf .r- - "ff -- - Handust place in town to get coal, or We handle all grades of coal and will PuKCEirTiON work done at lowest caah " weigh your grain. Noel & Son. fill your houses at as low figures as anyprices. CralfjA llocker. mti body. Noel & Son. Givk Lewis P. Cook, ol May wood, the , Coal. If you want us to fill your orAUGUST 4, 1896 job of painting your buggy. Prices Irom ders pleaso see that they come straight. (Stanford, Ky "Banana TBBK.-- Mr. W. R. Wllliamp, " New building opposite depot. Noel & ui uuoiuuiiiid,uw n uiunuu iruu luur This is the piece to buy goods. Every line I handle is complete $3 up. Son. years oiu in ins yaru, wincn 18 in lull and up to date. In Store nousB with llvlnp; rooms attachE. C. Walton, Business Manager. Thr Joseph Price Hospital is now lo bloom. He expects to eat bananas from ed, near depot, (or rent. Apply to Noel cated in one ol Dr. Peyton's houses on It before winter. ASon. Whitley Avenue. It has nine large rooms You should take your prescriptions to If Judge Cantrill'a decision holds good, SriCTACLsa 11.00 Pair, upwards, best PennyV drug store where prompt aud and is better in every respect than the a magistrate will get 52 in each examinquality and fitted accurately. Examinaaccurate service is guaranteed. house vacated. ing trial, no matter il he holds 20 a days . tion Ireo, Danks, tho Jeweler. Evbn the DarneseB who lived there eo and II (or the second day ol such trials. Come in and see my stock. Bargains offered in every line. You canPERSONAL POINTS. Moses F. Bbkuy, of Stanford, haa been long would not recognize Pink Cottage Auditor Stone thinks they should gtt granted an increase of pension and so now. Besides improving the building only 2 a day, no matter how manv case, not afford to purchase before seeing my stock and getting my prices. Mr. E. LI. Stallcui- retutuod to Louishaa James M. Snow, of McKlnney. ville yesterday. matuially Mr. J. E. Farris has bad it wiey examine, anu will take an apsojourning, peal. .Miss Namnik VanDbvkkh is The Danville Fair is always tho best in painted yellow. at Linnietla Springs. country. will be held next week, tho It The party given in honor ol Miss Es- Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, Thk Danville Fair, Always the best in Kuixona A. It. Uvcnit and J. F. Llay nnd everybody and hia aunt will be &c, Stanford, Ky. till Walker, ol Richmond, by Mies Belle the circuit, opens today and lasts over went to Liberty Sundny. there. Denny at the pretty country home of her Thursday. There will be numberless atMim Magoik Noab baa returned from "Wiikhk are you going my pretty tractions during tho day nnd at night father, Mr. A. K. Denny, Thursday night, If you haven't bought you a new a visit to Garrard friends. made tho hearts ol all tho lortunate atLivingston, is maid?" "To the Danville. Fair, kind Punch Robinson's great show will be at Misa Lkna Ukntlby, of tendants overflow with pleasureand add sir," she said. Next weeV, beginning the opera house. visiting, tho Misses Orudor if. ed another loaf to the volume ol awc6t Mieaaa Clabaani) Nbllik Mwibuon Tuesday, Aug 4. , Thkrk wbb a largo crowd at the picnic memories. The little hostess further in are visiting in Crab Orchard. Punch Koiiinbon will furnish amuse- at Carter's Store Saturday and every- stalled herself in the good graceB ol her Raw Milks SaUMDbbs, of Springfield, ment (or the Danvillo Fair goers during thing went oil nicely. Burgoo was in guesta and mado them (eel a genuine Now is your time. They are going at prices in the reach of all. is tho guest ol his eon, Hon. J. N, Saun- the week at tho Opera House and he abundance and everybody went borne welcome. She with Misses EUill Walk-eIt will soon be time to use ders. gives a capital show. full of it. The candidates were out in Adele Saulley, F. M. Walker and Jt. 0. Uayb are back Mr. and Mrs. J. full force. G. Denny received in the most cordiil LuniTNiNCi struck the stable of James visit to relatives in from a entertainand charmingly Two Pounds. Mr. George Kaya, ol minner Wheeler, at Moreland, Saturday night, Garrard. ed with Miss Saufiey and Miss Ethyl Mimes Mattik and Lizzie Thomson. and although It was badly wrecked, a Danville, Bent us by Mr. W. S. Warren a Beazley. Mrs. Denny showed her hand And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices tomato which weighs two pounds. It is of Lancaster, oro with Mies Margaret horse within was not seriously hurt. at the proper hour and tho array of ices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. the largest one we have seen, and il we and other good things that she had apread Bright. Thk harvest is past, the summer is were as big a liar aa the Richmond Reg Mahy HouatoAK, of Marion, reMue nearly ended and no circua haa pitched later man, we might say it waa as heavy showed how well ebo understands the turned with Mips Minnie Rupley and is art ol preparing them. After enjoying its tenta here or hereabouts. The heavy as his, 4 pounds. now her guest. the spread very heartily and protracting . license keeps such shows out of the State. Miss Viiioimia Wahrbn and Llarria Aftf.ii much ado about nothing appa their stay till a late hour, the happy par down with the Wearen, who have been Ntnv Hkarse. Undertaker J. 0. rently, the Kennedy boys were acquit- ty broke up with praises heartily ex(ever, are out agaiu. haa bought another hearse, which ted for disturbing religious worship at pressed (or the delightful evening. Those John 8. Wbllb was down from Crab will be used exclusively (or colored peo- Neal'a Creek church and John'Gill went present were Misses Pattie Alcorn, Ethyl Orchard on his wheel yesterday, looking ple. He aaya it is almost as fino bb the acquit for drawing a razor on John Wad- Beazley, Pearl Burneide, Annie Bronaugh as (at u a match. ons ho already haa. dle. In the latter case the proof showed Engleman, Byrd Givena, Dollie McRob Mn. John M. Umu is at the point of Myers, Mary Noel, JoseIf you want to get the most pleasure he had to do something to keep Waddle erte, FlorenceAdele Saufiey, Beea Woodr, death, which will likely come to tho good Yes, it's hot, and you are killing yourself cooking on that phine Reld, out of a short and cheap outing, bv all off his bones. old man before many read these lines. old stove. Marie Warron; Hallie Barlow, of Franl-lin- ; From bills printed at the Commercial Mb. K. O.Walton is doing the Casey mi'BDH go on the C. & O. excursion to Old Belie Fish, ol Nicholasville; Ida circuit court for his paper and will be Point, which leaves Lexington on the office we learn that Hon. A. R. Burnam Vaughn, ol Bowling Green; Jennie Glos-tetickets good for lb days will spunk here next Monday. He Is tte back in a day or two loaded with free sil 11th. Round-triol Gallatin, Tenn.: Mary Dunn, ol only f 12. republican candidato lor appellate judge, ver. Dinville; Mattie Bird, of Shelbyville; Cait. W. H. Kibiiy is moving his Spiral refreshing showers have fall- but we hope he will gnaw a file. lithe Estill Walker, of Richmond; Messrs. household goods to Lexington for the en In the last few days, somewhat re- people are wise they will never vote to We will sell you either on trial, and will take it back if you Will Embry, Will Hocker, Joe McAlia-teg at ducing preparation of going to tho tnrridity of the atmosphere retire Judge Pryor, the main spring and are not satisfied. Don't wait until you have Dr. N. H. McKinney, J. R. Bush, once. and making the country glow with balance wheel ol the appellate court. Jim Beazley. Rowan and James Saufiey, Axtkh a pleasant month's sojourn with springtime beauty. "Fair, warmer TuesTub compulsory school law only ap- Will Burch, Harry Baughman, Jack relatives, Mr. and Mra. E. P. Owsley and day," the Bignal service persists. plies to children between tho ages ol 7 Rout, Marshall Noel, B. B. and A. R. for Columbus, Gn , .. Miss Mattie llaya loll and not as was stated. They Danny, of Lancaster; F. M. Walker, of The check for tho amount of policy and Saturday. must attend school at least eight weeka. Richmond; Horace Bowman, of Danville. Mrs. J. W. Alcorn roturned from Cin- held by Mr. W. M. Lackey in the Equita But buy one Now. cinnati Saturday night greatly Improved ble Life haa arrived. The old gentleman Only poverty, sickness, mental or physiI . CORN'S LAST WEEK. will be paid on it 25 years and expended SI, 200 cal disability, or home instruction, or in physical condition, her friends (j'nUout up nnd Everything in Rcadmeta for more in cash tiian hia estato gets, to Bay private Bchool instruction, will excuse a glau to learn. the Hanging ThumUvj, Mb. John A. Chaitkll, one of the nothing ol the interest that might have pupil from attending tho public school these eight weeks. The ugly instrument ol death which guards at the Frankfort puniteutiary, Is been compounded. .. Sheriff T. D. Newland is having erected with frienda here. The job seems to U.NDBitthe new law ministers do not There will bo a rally and colebration on court square next to the circuit clerk's agree w''.b him. of the Republican League at Junction have to pay toil when on ministerial du- office gives the weak nerved the cold hia 72d Mn' 8. Waiiiikn celebrated ty, neither do pupils going to or from blrthdH'Saturday by partaking of a big City, Aug. 20. The bills say that "G. M. school, nor do persons who are going to shuddera and must send a cold chill Davison and his opponent, Rev. G. W. through every fibre ol Anthony Alcorn, dinner with his daughter. Mrs. J. W. Boiling," will be among tho eminent or from any place ol religious worship, who in the jail nearby hears every sound Collins, in Danville. We didn't know that tho col- and funeral processions going to or Irom ol hammer and saw. The gallows will Dealers In- MK.F. D. ALiintonT enjoyed his visit Breakers. any place of burial; but if any other perfence, but people be inside ol a Oklaho- ored divine was against the Gray Geldgreatly after hia long absence in sons than scholars going to or returning ing. on the street and Irom the windows ol . ma. Hia old friends received him gladIrom school, and the driver, shall occupy The Advocate is severe on our band. a veutcle, lull toll snnii be charged anu buildings near by will be able to see the and made his heart rejoice. ly execution as plainly as those on tho seal SijuihkJ 8. Mt'RHiY, one of Lincoln's It esya its engagement to play (or the collected for such vehicle. lold. Messrs. R. G. Jones and J. L. Tot-te- n nlrif st and beat men. was in Danville to Liberty lair insures music enough to latt are doing the carpenter's work. The Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of camp meeting near Walnut Flat 82 mark, but for years. Giovannoli ought to hear that Thk day. The squire Is paat the practice once. He Mould then be draws large crowds, many going to be rope has been ordered Irom Cincinnati mentally and physically. band is still sound, Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' more resigned to accept the alternative benefited, but the majority for fun and and will cost $10. Advocate. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. hia last Sunday on earth Alcorn spent Misb Maris Uollock, of Louisville suggested by our old friend Bill Spratt curiosity. The meetings are hold under In the gaze ol hundreds ol people who an arbor made by brush placed on top of who haa been on n visit to Misa Annie and goto h"ll. up by forked posts. The seats went to seo him Irom curiosity. He only Menefee, left for homo Friday. She Is a By an oversight we tailed to print a rails held aro of rough plank and under them the spoke when addressed and then in mon young lady and made many most important very lovely item in our lattt and we ground is covered with Btraw. The meet- osyllables. He doesn't seem to fully refrienda here. beg the parents' pardon (or the omission. Party" is what ings were held all day long Sunday, with alize his (ate, though he eays he is ready A "HKTROsi-kCTioDr. and Mrs. W. N Craig had n little sirl a basket dinner thrown in. The preach- to co. preferring, however, to go to tho MIhh Anno Hartwell Shanks called the to arrive at their home Tuesday last, er, Mr. Newsnm, ia a sort of a Sam Jones penitentiary for several lifetimes to beof Mies Ollye entertalumeut iu honor' which iosaid by those who have seen it, Jailer DeBord, who haa imitator as this remurK will attest: ing hung. night, which promWoodson, Riven last to be just liko its mamma, which ia as watched him closely, eays he is not more "There are Bomo people so an elegant allair. ised to be BYhigh a compliment as could bu paid it and narrow faced that a goat could sit than half witted and that he does not Mr. S. E. Lack by went to Gallatin MisaSallie Mills is the name that Iirb but will return in time to quality been given her and she weighed 10 on their noses and pick out both ol their think, for that reason, he ought to be eyes." The services were to close Sunday hung. A great many people here are of as his father's oxecutor county court pounds. v night, but the crowd was so large and the Bame opinion and argue that a comdecided to break day. Mrs. Lackey has Tub declamatory coutest to be held at the interest was bo great that notice ol mutation of the sentence to life imprishim, and will likely go up and live with Walton's Opera Iloue next Thursday meeting again last night was given, and onment would meet every demand of ' in a week or two. large it may go on till frost. justice. When we saw him Sunday he MiesBa Mary and Elizarbth Kbid en- night, 11th, promises to draw a crowd aud Messrs . J. T. Meneleo Rnd E. seemed utterly indifferent, except to tertained r largo number o! their little His Reasons. Gov. Bradley endorsed show a certain pride for being the object H. Beazley, the managers, are receiving And Funeral Director. friends at their home on tho Hustonville the following on the petition of Anthonv ol so much interest. He marched up from 4 to 7. A much encouragement. The contestants pike, Friday afternoon, Alcorn (or commutation ol sentence: Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, delightful lunch helped to make the oc- are putting in good timo getting in shape "The jury on a plea of guilty, notwith- and down his cell continually, bb il be Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. everybody to get lull view ol gets the gold watch will wished and the one who casion tho more enjoyable. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e earn it. Admission 25, 35 and 50c, tho standing a most earnest and eloquent ap- him. In a conversation with Deputy R. Mu, and Mrs. Frank McKinnky have latter for reserved seats to be had at Mc- - peal for the defendant and failure of the M. Newland he expressed some concern another girl at their house, which Commonwealth to make response, fixed as to his appearance on the scaffold and they have named Lottie, lor Mr. McKln- - Hoberts' drug store. Alcorn's punishment at death. The jury Bald be wanted a nice, black suit and a ney'a dead sister. The child la doing Tub Intkrior Journal printory Is now waa composed ol goou men, and it ap- white shirt to wear on the occasion. well, but Mrs. MoKlnney, who haa had run by a gasoline instead ol a steam en- pears that every opportunity was afford malarial lever lor two weoks, baa been in gine, the Buchwalter having given place ed defendant by an able, conscientious Bicycle Pabadk. Cincinnati, Satui-daa precarious condition but was better to a "Webster." The little giant arrived judge to have a fair trial. No attempt August 8. Low round trip excuryesterday. last week and was put in shape by Plum- was made to establish (what is not urged) sion via the Queen & Orescent Route. u In mentioning Mr. Ethelbert Dudloy ber Peter Straub under the directions of his weakneas of mind; on the contrary Good to return Sunday, August 9th. with an important Civil Engineer E. W. Smith and our last Scott'a connection he was Introduced as a witness, and there Ball game, Cincinnatis vs. LouiavilleB, Buys a 75c, 98c or Si. 25 suit, the Lexington Leader called him issue was run off with it. Though little is no pretense that his testimouy was not Sunday. Ask agents tor particulars. "Mr. Ethel." In Its next Issue it apolo- it ia very loud and is well namod in being intelligent. The fact that be is only 18 W. O. Rinbarson, G. P. A., Cincinna gized and added: Mr. Scott ia a young called the "Little Giant." Mr. Smith yearaold and ignorant can not palliate tl.O. man ol much promise and Tho Leador had never seen one of the kind before, tho murder of his lather, deliberately -- At the Danville lair this afternoon regrets that In ito report ol his first case but hia knowledge ol machinery enabled planned. He had inquired upon what Choice of any in the house. All New, Clean and Fresh. It should have so mutilated bis him to Btart it up and make it do good grounds another young man in the neigh, there will be a 3:00 trot and pace and a at the bar Ini 2:30 trot; 2:17 trot and 2:15 pace, We name. work. We are much indebted to him for borbood, who bad been tried for killing and 2:25 trot and 2:25 pace, Thursassistance, not otherwise procurable In his lather, was acquitted, and his whole CITY AND VICINITY. day. There have been over 100 entries town. He la a monstrous handy man to conduct shows that he knew the quality to these rareo. Say Boy thoae apec'a Irom Danka. have around in an emergency. ol his act. Alter the killing, so intense All Free. was excitement in the neighborhood that Those who have uicd Dr. Kins'i New DIscov A Good Investment. Mr. W. S. Hit lynching was threatened, Tub McKinney Canning Co. begun opwhich was trj know iu value and those who have Dot. have For Fine Dimities and Linen Shade Lawns, worth 10c now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the adton, of Junction City, says be haa been erations Saturday. averted by reason ol assurances that he vertised druecist and set a tiial battle free. Seed 21 years at H and taking the Intkbior Journal vour name toll. E. KucUen A Co., Chicago, and Wb are ready at our new quartora near an expense ol $42. He (eela that he has should be promptly tried and punished. get trial bottle ol Dr. Klnc'i New Lite fills as assurance, to well as a copy or Guide to Health and Household Alter compliance with that Noel & Sou. depotalways gotten more than value received Instructor free. All of which Is guaranteed to do save him Irom the punishmont meted you good and cost you nothing at V. 13. .Mc cheapest line of stationery Irom the investment and now ho Bays he out would oncourage rather than dis- Roberts' drugstore. NBWK8T and has been repaid more than 10 times in town at Craig aud Hocker'a. suade mob law. There is no good reason r over. He saw in the last issue of this NEW ADYKBTL8KMENT8. which warrants commuting of sentence, atovea Buy the latest improved gasoline paper that a man was hero from another price. State who owed him $500. The law there and I must decline to interfere." It don't cost much to dress nice Buys 3 Ladies' Vests ol W. H. Wearen & Co. at and keep cool if you take advantage of these prices. barred the debt by limitation, but it waa The combine of the tobacco wareAbsignbd. Benge & Bryant, druggiate, Co., still good here, if process could be serv- houses ol Louisviilo has been consumLancaster, made an alignment Saturday. begin operations about ed. The Bame paper told him that Har- mated and will Ky. fur- vey Helm was as Linnietta Springs. Mr. September 1, The stock has boen placdd Tub Cook Bros., ol Danville, will Hilton sought his services, the two came at $1,000,000, of which f 600,000 is preferWARNING. nish the mualc at the declamatory hero and the debtor finding he waa trap- red and has been Bold. The $1,000,000 We want to give those who owe us fair warning . M ped paid the money. Moral, keep your common stock haa been taken by the that we shall give them two weeks more to settle will close out our entire stock at not come up in that Wb if subscription paid np to the Intkhioh warehousemen. Twelve houses are in- up with us, andput they do accounts in the hands of anybargain their time, we shall c0t. Oanglvo vou a & Oo. In MEKSHON & GRKER. four refusing to go in. an officer. cluded In the deal, Journal. thing. W. H. Wearen Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourkm. -- Look Before You Leap. ... m m Suits, Chairs, Mattresses, Springs, Couches, Bed Lounges, Picture Frames,Carpets,WallPaper, W. W. WITHERS, - ... ... B y Phaeton, Sorry or BackDoari, r, two-wee- ka Wheat Drills, Land Rollers J3. K- WEAREN. Mc-Clar- y HOT WEATHEB r, Buu You a Gasoline or coal Oil stove r, house-keepin- Broken Yourself Down HIGGINS & MCKINNEY. ! -- FARRIS & HARDIN -- 12-Io- ot Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Que ens ware and Tinware. Prices to Suit The Times.' UNDERTAKING -- narrow-minde- d yeh-terda- y, ... jr. C. KTCXJLRT. Practical Trimmer, Emkalmer 9 y, f 4c? I2c. i SHIRT WAIST. I m - i ? I one-ha- lf ' 1 1 St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, con-tes- t. 3rFAIR i SEVERANCE & SON. y i d - jfe! -- . - ,hi ijrm .in mfclbHTw-- mth ll.ill.Hl, frli.1 ! f.rf wv.rain,',- f amnrti-iifcaT- i fm'iimutm:ti't4rmtt,tvimi'rmmiamvimiyiLibmi9mm&?1S&tUtw I II Four thousand Uvea were lost by a : : wave that swept the northeastern Miea Nitro Carson entertained a num- tidal Rico fields were deber of her friends last Thursday night at coast of China. stroyed and many cattle perished and HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY.' FnbllBhed Every TuoBday and Friday nor borne near Hustonvilie. AT Our ecbool will begin bere next Mon the region is threatened with famine. OHers his services o the people 0! West Lin$3 PICK. YSiVBIX jVIJVjVNOK day with Miea Kate BorIo acting ea prin coln and Casey CounUes. Full stock of Coffins Bucklln's Arnica Salve always on hand. win be charjred.-w- a clpal and Miss Elite Wright, assistant. tWWhen not so paid S2.60 The best salve in the wot Id for cuts, bruhess tnd Caskets 95 D. 8, Carpenter, Manager. Mrs. M. V. Moore and little daugh sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. ter, Archie Pauline, have returned from M positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. money satisfaction luaranteed to give a protracted visit to her daughters, Mrs. refunded. Price 3$ perlectper box. For orsale by cents Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. in., and 4.05 J. W. Pulliam and Mrs. S. G. rulliam, of W. U. McRoberts druggist. p. m., returning t 4:30 p m., and 9:10 p. m. COAL, Washington City. The latter and little Tho Discovery Saved Hla Life. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. daughter, Louise, came back with her. Mr. G. Colliouette, druggist, lleaveisville. III.. Near Ratltoad Crossing, East of Drpot, my says: "To Or. .. Wo. m. Train going North.. STANFORD, KY. " 37P Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garner left last Fri lire. Was taken Kinc'a laNew Discovery I owe the with grippe and tried all ..... 3131m " No, .6. " tit miles about, but of livo. Having ' South Com and Hay taken No. ts, ,..ti 04 p m day for Crab Orchard and from there physicisns up and told I could not no avail and Good. Clean, Cheap " " lojpm will go to Clinton, Tenn., to visit Mrs. was given New Discovery in my store, sent for No. .3, Come and see us. In exchange. Dr. King's a bottle and began its uto and from the first .dose Garner's mother, Mrs. T. 8. Kincaid. QUEEN & CRESCENT. began to get better nnd after using three buttles Mrs. William Lewis, who has been was up and about again. It is woith Us weight in Trains past Junction City ai follows: keep store or house without It." We Mrs. Belle Mar- - cold, a free wont at W. U. McRoberts' drug store. P m visiting her daughter, trial Get No. 1 South ......11.07 p in No. North .3-p m ryot, of " " 3 " ......is.09 a in " 4 ...1. 00 Noliu, returned home last Thurs" " ...3.15 a m " 3S 5 Cure for Hoadncno. ...6 00 a m day. Mac Williams has left our town 0 " ....8 is P m " 10 " Electric As a remedy for all forms of I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will and and to run no fur much to the regret of his friends here. Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects 4 and Notb. No. get such S.trains itop there, of Coxl, her than Junction City and the most dreaded habitual keep a supply of all kinds potslble so you for Cash, a permanent cure prices Mr. C. T. Owens has taken his place as sick headache yields to its Influence. We urge as you wsni si sne lowest Office. Mill St- - and Railroad Crossing, opposite bottle and give day operator. Little Mies Ada Alcorn, all who are afUlctfd to procure a of habitual con- t0!.. Mill. J.B. HIGGlNSj this remedy a fair triaL In cases Stanlcrd, Ky, 37 visiting her coubId, stipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the of Hustonvilie, was needed tone to the bowels and few cases long Miss Nannie Givens, near this place. theuse ot this medicln.. Try it or.ee. Large CALL ONVarney Tanner was at Liberty test week tottles onlv v cents at W. B. McRoberts Drug Store. . . to attend the fuueral of his friend, Lige When a msn owns a blooded horse he is always Coffey, of that place. Mrs. J. F. Mont carerul ol its health. He locks after its diet and STANFORD, KY the feeding gomery and her brother, B. Moore, of Is particular that Is doing this,shall be tegular and it Is likely as not right. While he is himself suffering lrom some diseasept Pocket Key Checks by Malt for only J5 Cents. Gates ville, Texas, drove through from that be When the trouble gets so bad that he ror uairesire and Key Checks, Metal Checks of Key Columbia last Friday to visit their broth disorder. cannot work, he will begin to give himself the care all kinds, iladges, Dog License Checks, gen- Good, pure, rich, Rinrs. Chain Ac. on Metal and hone at he er, Dr. G. Moore, this place. Mrs. Mont, red gave the the best the start. against disease of era! repairing, Shop Stamping D. Elmote s store, over M. insurance blood is M gomery returned Saturday morning, but any kind. Almost all diseases come from impure Stanford, Ky. Keep the blot d pure and or impoverished blood. Mr. Moore remained. He is in very bad strong and disease can find no foothold. That is DOC DRVS BAILEY. the principle upon which Dr. Pierce's Golden CAIROLL health. , Medical Discovery works. It cleanses, purifies Semi- - Weekly nteriorUourna: McKINNEY. J. T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, J. Party. B. THOMPSON, NOTICE! Having bought of J. W his Coal Plant and good will at Rowland, Ky.,1 will continue the Co.Hlusii.ess at said plsce W. T. SAUNDERS will have charge of it as he is well known In that end ol the county 44 J. II. 11IGGIN8. Is a candidate for Congress in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic ' SAM W. MENEFEE Is a Caadidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to tbe action of the democratic patty. sub- -- JTOELi SON, GARLAND SINGLETON of Lincoln County, subject democratic party Is a candidate for Superintendent to illJJJLO. ror cash or In trado lor leather en court days at Stanlord or at my home in Otton-helChas. Knn.lin, Tanner TJTrvPQ I vritl take all the hides I can Kl DEALERS IN the action Public Schools of the TO TEES X.ADEES Blegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. MISSLICCIK REAZLKY, Stanford, Ky I FRANK S. GREEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, aubject to the action of the democratic party. I am back from the cities with everything thst Is new and prcttr in the Millinery line, A visit to my store will convince you that this stock Is th most complete, . .. 1 COAL - I J. F. UOLDA9I Is a candidate for Assessor or Lincoln county, subject .0 the action of the democratic party. A. S. PRICE, Burgeon Dentist, Her-dach- SAMUEL, III. OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action or the democratic party. sub- Stanford, Ky. Iluilding. InrmH the Owsley rOYAi; re-b- st JAMES B. GENTRY Is n candidate ror Sheriff ol Lincoln County, subject to the action or tho democratic party. Your support is earnestly solicited Office over McRoberts' Drug Stors In FOB. SALE. F. G. BRADY, ! EMMETT McCORMACK M. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For Me. lias on it a good, Icom fortable Dwelllnrofbix Rooms, and all necessary Is a candidate ror Assessor or Lincoln County, outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for waor the democratic party. terlog stock, also a splendid, never falling well. subject to the actton For futlhcr particulars spply to Your support is ivtnestly solicited. JAS.1' BAILEY. F. EEKIN 1 ii gtaafoid, Ky. Is a candidate ror Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. HE WAS A GENTLEMAN. POWDER Absolutely Pure.l A cream of tartar baking powHighest of all in leavening strength. Latest united StatesGov der. eminent Report. ROYAL BAKING FOWDER:CO. New York. How J I in Sanders of Ills Van Never to Be Taken Alive. Itientl and enriches the blood, puts and keeps the whole body in perfect order; makes appetite good, digestion strong, assimilation perfect. It brings ruddy, virile health. It builds up solid, wholesome flesh, not fat, when, from any cause, reduced below the BAILED" & 3DB.-7S- JOE T. EMBRV Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the acUon et the democratic patty, and earnestly asks our support. ICE. rill from now on dells er the Stanford Factory.! Proprietors ice regularly tttry morning, 1'rice healthy standard. Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. Any smonnt between 10 and too lbs at kcln. All bills must pvntUely be paid the first of each K. URKMEK nth. DXt. M W. B. PEinrjir, BBIisitaJ-T- When tho sheriff went over from Golden Hill to Lucky Valley after Jim Sanders, who was wanted for shooting Dan Willinins in n qunrrol over a gamo of enrds, ho didn't oven tako a gun along. Ho found his man in a saloon and asked him to step up and tako a drink. Jim complied, but kept a baud on his gun. When they had drunk, they sat down, and tho sheriff told threo or four funny stories. By and by tho puzzled Jim broko out with : "Seo here, Joe, did you come over after mo?" "Waal, I thought you might want to jog along back with mo, " wns tho reply. "Not much. I'll never bo taken W. S. BT7B.CH, Attorney at Law, Stanford, Office on - - Kentucky. SS Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, rosdsters ana Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln, subect to and prepared lor sale. First-clas- s Good action of the democratic party Thinking the saddlers bought and sold on commission hall mile trick and best stables in the country, t Southern end or the county is entitled to a slice ol the pie he asks your support. C. G. BAKER SHELBY & SHELBY, House. Collections receive especial attention. Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Linnietta springs, Junction City, Ky. New Management, Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. The accessible Summer Resort in Ken- Com One, Como All, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, First-Clas- - Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dys- pepsia, Kidney ana liver aisease yield to its curative powers and when cured it & Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by X&- - And see the new lists at Mis. Dudderar's Tern s pie ol Fashion this week. New Legon. new Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Panamas, all the new Persian effects in Flowers Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage is snd Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low Prices. respectfully solicited. il tai. Dress making done in tne latest style and on short M. D. DUDDKKAK, notice. MRS. KATK DUDDKKAR TilK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Kontuckv. 11ES1DENCE FOR SALE. M. W. JOSITSOIT, Is Agent for The And The Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. OfSce on Lancaster Street, at nesidence. alive," "Then that settles Somerset, laughed as loudly as tho othors, but presently grew serious and said : & "Say, Joe, you can't take mo alive," Kentucky. "Waal, wo won't worry about thnt, Jim," was tho reply. "Let's hov anothwork in every particu er nip and then a gamo of cards. " Guarantees lar, rrices reasonaDie. lias naa 13 years' expe- Tho gamo lasted until tho sheriff bad tence. 91 3m lost about $20. Then he ordored drinks and sang a song. When tho song was finished, ho suiri to Sanders: "Jim, hovn't I mado things pleasant J F. BARKER, Proprietor, fur you today?" - "You hev, Joe, and no mistake." "Treated you liko a gentleman Day. 3T. A. A7SXIS. First-Clas- mot CO Scrofula, Salt Rheum, tucky. The greatest diversity ol Mineral Water." store house on same lot, for isle. The Utcontsias other drink." to be found any where. White Sulphur, Hlack S acre, sud can l easily dlvidwl, putting store Sores, Boils, Pustules, Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Magnctu, Salt, house ana resilience on separate lals. At reason They drank again, and tho official Hops every Friday Eczema, Tetter, Alum, Ac, In an abundance.orchettra. Write lor able price and cti easy terms. Apply to Ky told a very funny story about a tendernight. Music by splendid N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Jjtf foot's experionco in Golden City. Jim and all diseases of the blood and Circular and Analysis of waters. Table first Class. it Lot's hov an- New York LI.c Ins. Co. . Aetna Accident Insuranco Company. Hot atnl Most favorable Terms cl Insurance Bricklayer s Stonecutter J. j6 B. OWENS Stanford, & SON, Junctioi Cily, Ky. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS In Lincoln county. Ky,al6 rer cent . seml-xnual interest: no commission charged. Address GEO. W.DAVY. Room 17, Kenon Iluilding, Louisville, Kv. For blank applications and further Information, inquire ol J N. Saunders, Attorney, Stanlord, Ky. 1 Superior Plumbing! Ufa workmao of J. T. JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor Deae's Hlack Diamond Hoot Paint Estimates furnished for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction fuaranterd All roots painted with Dean's Hlack Diamond Paint guaranteed for yeari Dealirs In best lis tern Pumps and Galvanised Iron Kilters, (,alvaa lied and lilack lion Rooting of all kinds, st It BARKER HOUSE, Ratea TWO DOLLARS Per Kentucky. Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large aad Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Belli. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 THE JLondon. RILEY - -- HOUSE ' Kentucky. P. B. BILBY, Proprietor, "I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettsi ever to Srepartd thanattached accommodate th public and every convenience dt tired, Give me a call. FRANK RILEY, John B. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhim "That's my way of doin thines. Now I want you to treat mo liko a gentleman. Go back to Golden City with mo?" "But I shot Dan Williams over thnr." "Of courso you did. " "And they wont to hang me." "Of courso they do, but that's noth-i- n to me. I didn't make tbe laws. I was sent out orter you, and I want to tako you back. I could hov sneaked in and got tho drop on you, but I knowod 'twould hurt your pride, Hovn't I bin tender with you, Jim?" "You hov, J005 but I don't want to bo hovn't I?" "You certainly hev." W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonvilie. " F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. Z4 YEARS EXPERIENCE of 3STOTICE I Odorless '.Water Closets, Frost-ProWater Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs A J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Yours for Health, All persons desiring Locust Pests for plank fence, post and railing or wiie fence, can tied what ther want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I also keep alwave on hand a rood supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building purposes, atss specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO siring any boards and shingles All persons dearticle of this kind can call oa me at NONE. Gilt edtfe reference In and out ray store near Cedar Creek. of the State. Ask your Danville G. W SINGLETON. j.lf Juoei6,'o6, friends about my work. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House llutldlng, Danville, Ky. Two Farms For Sale. James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. M. S. Bacgiiman. J. W. IUUGHMAh. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- Thomas' -- ffl JOYAl) INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. p BSRBEE R CaSTLEMM. MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. W. A. TBJBBMG, -- LOCAL AGENT,- - Stanford, Kentucky. J7f PUBLIC SALE. On Saturday, August 29, 1896, "I s'poso not, but seo how nice I'vo used you. Would any other sheriff hov douo it?" "No, I reckon not" "Of courso not, and If you are hung won't I boss tho job and moko it as easy as possible? Just como right along to obleego mo, Jim," "Would it bo a great favor to you?" "It would, and it would show mo that you was a gentleman to boot I'm a gentleman myself, and I kin appreciate a gentleman." "Waal, Joe," said Jim, after a moment's thought, "I did say I wouldn't go, and I did think I didn't want to bo hung, but to obleego you aud to show these critters that I know what good manners is I'll go along with you," And ten days later Mr. Sanders attended a necktio social and was left when tho others started for home. Dallas News. bo-hin- hung." FKOralKTORS- LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-cla- Hay Rakes ITotioe FOR- If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts wilt leave our stable. See us ss for rstes.t.Inour BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee work and satifactory prices. Try our horse shoer. first-clas- s ONTUY $141 J. K. VanArsdale- SALE ! CASH CLEARANCE d Farm No. 1 contains 191 acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater paivof which Is in grass; well watered; with good Improvements, IncludAttention of the public is invited lo tbe far ing new metal roof tobacco burn far 10 acre crop. This farm Is situated In what is pronounced the that this Is the only National Itaak In Stanford Under the provisions of th National Bank best district In Kentucky for White Hurley ar secured not only by th capital ComfoiUble residence bouse. stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor aa Farm No. t contains 300 acres in same locality, amount equal to the stock, so that depositees el wun dsick uweiunir. Large stock and tobacco this Institution are sscured by a fund of $400,000. barns. One of the best improved (arras in the Five sworn statements of thecoodltion of the bi ak county. ar mad each y.arto the United States govsia-men- s and Us Roth farms are in fine state of nreseivatlon, well by governmentassets ar txamlned at stated tltEM agents, thus securing addititoaa watered ond fenced. Close to R. II. depot, schools, and perfect saf.ty 10 depositors. market aud on a line turnpike. This institution, on gin ally established at tee For information apply to Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then aa J. N. SAUNDERS, ol Stanford In is.d as to Stanford, Ky. again the NationalasHank First National tWj and the Bank ol Stanlord In iS3t, has had practically an uninterrupted ensteoce of ts years. Ills better supplied now with tecltitles for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before la its long and honorable career. Accounts of cerporstions, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-te- d. I will at the Russell Springs, In Russell county, Ky., on Th Dlrsctorv ol this Bank is composed at Forcstus Iteid, Lincoln county; S.T. Hams, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; Offer (er sale about J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. U. llughwan,( Lincoln; 200 Acres of Land, Including RusJ. S. Hocker, Stanford; sell Springs, W. A. Trlbble, Staoford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Tcgcther with all the Household ami Kitchen Furniture, upon a credit ot 6, is and 18 months, T. P. HIU, Stanford; equal installments. This sale is lo settle the esK. L. Tanner, McKinney; tate of A. M. Vaughati, deed. M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky II II DUNIIAK, Master Com'r Russell Circuit Court. J. 6. Hocker, President; J eo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A, A. McKinney, Asst.C(hlr re-o- rg Capital Stock- Surplus SIOO.000 23,700 Sal of Land. fido-ciari- cs, Saturday, August 8, 1896, Portland' At to o'clock, I will sell my FARM, containing S04 ACRES, situated about 5 miles irotn Stanford on the Lancaster pike. The farm is iu a high state of cultivation, the land is good and well watered. It has a story dwelling containing five rooms, good stable and necessary outbuildings Terms: One-haand a good orchard cash and balance due J au 1, 187, with 6 per cent, interest day of sale The sale will take place on the from My little boy, whe n two years of age, was taken premises. W. T STONE. 43 td very ill with bloody flex. I was advised to use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and luckilr procured part of a bottle. I carefully read the directions and gave it accordingly. He was very low. but slowly and surely be began ..To the. to improve, gradually recovered and is now stout and strong aa ever. I feel sure It saved his life. I never can praise the Remedy half its worth. I an sorry every one in the world does not know .....Via The how good It Is, as I do Mrs. Lina S. lllnton, Grahamsville, Marion Co., Florida. for sale by Craig & Hocker, Hunlord Ky. lt Six weeks ago I sutured a very severe cold; was almost unable to speak. My trends all advised me to consult a physician. Noticing Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy advertised in the St. Paul Voiles Zeitung I procured a bottle and after taking it a short while was entirely well. I now most heartily recommend this remedy to anyene sutler-inwith a cold. Wm. Keil, 67S Selby Ave., 81. Paul Minn. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. g of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further tice. Come early and avoid the rush. THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY no- STAHFOUD - Female College. William Shklton, President. Collcgi Farmers BanMTrnst OF STANFORD, KV., Co Is now fully.organised and ready lor business wit GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selec- ted San Francisco. N)'BTIHWE2ST line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men s, Youths and Children's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts C(ttulouo. from A to EE. We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND lines for men and boys. -- r')U0UISVIltt,mWAt8AKTiCHICAC0Rr(l Only, Dining Car Route From 1 ILOXJTSTriliX.S. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address K. H. BACON FRANK J. REID, D. P. A , U. v. Agent, '!Chicago. LoutsvlUe Be sure to csll for Mooon Route. TO CHICAGO. which Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dial-rhoRemedy was used with perfect success.Dys-entcry- , when epidemic, is almost as severe and dangerous as Aslstic cholera. Heretofore the best efforts of tbe most skilled nhvsicians have failed r to check Its ravages; this remedy, however, has curea mo most maugnaui cues, ooin 01 cmiuren and adults ?nd under the most trying conditions, which proves it to be the best medicine in the world tor bowel complaints. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky, disentery in differect Since 1378 there have been nine epidemics of parts of the countrv in if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. SS17X Which CRAB kook Outf or Our Geiptre Tabic! ORCHARD SPRINGS ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to will be day, and t33i. CARPETS, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. - t Denver. St Paul. 1 Lon Gardner, a Frankfort sport, who went to jail In preference to testifying against bis friends baa gotten enough of it and Saturday decided to blow, The resnlt was 100 indictments againet prominent men who have been handliue the little pasteboards for money, NOW Present Engagements Give Promise of Largest Attendance for Years. New Chefs. 20,000. ate Courses of fttuily. Schools of Music, Art and Elocution. The Scholastic Year for 1806-- 7 will open Mon SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, day, Bept, 7, ami continue lorty weens. Ileforo deciding to what school you will send Now closing up) with th same asssta and under your daughters, be sure to send for our Tov ii y provisionsthe same management. 01 its cnaiier, depositors are as Address fully protected as aie depositors in National MRS. NANNIE S. SAl'FLEV, Banks, its shareholders being held individual!) Lady Principal. ?tf Uaole to the eitent of th amount of their stoca therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may acta eaecutor, administrator, tiustee, &c, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsineas to tu while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks anl trust they will continue to transact tbeir busineef with us, offering as aguariutc for prompt nutation to same, our twenty years' experience ta banking and as liberal accouimi.' itlons as are coa tistenl with sound banking. -OPEN.- . Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J.S. Owsley, Stanford; S,J. Einbry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. Y Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord J A. W. Carpenter, MilledgevilU, W. HjCucuuiius, Preachers I tie , S. H, Shanks, President, Dt. ).'& Oietley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Teller. J Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. directors: Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. goods at iow prices. and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss New Uusic. New Ideas. , June 1896. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonvilie, Ky. CUS HOFMANN, CHARLES WHEELER WRITE FOK TERMS. Proprietor. ii J..siaJ n lii-- L ;l..'v