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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896081101 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. mi " emi-Weekl- y Interior Journal STANFORD KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 11, 4896. MA vol. xxv. CHURCH CHIMES. TRIMONIAL MA ' NO. 47 t-- TTERS. CRAD ORCHARD. MT. VERSOS. ROCKCASTLE CO. , J il:i SI f5Jr.;;:.M.:.; ,?, - - Tommy Wilson, a youth of lt, was : Ret, I. J. Spencer closed a meeting Mr. R. II, Bronaugb's great race Apples aru scarce, selling at 60c per at Newtown, Scott county, last week with married in CIjIcako the other day lo a bushel. horse. Kittle B., won first money at widow of 65 who tins six grown chil20 additions. Profs. Pierce and Albright resumed Saturday. -- Bethel Baptist church, !n Canny, w8 dren. Mr. J. C. Fox shipped a car load of their school yesterday. : Mr. Charles Hall and Miss Drno torn to pieces by a storm just after the For three consecutive Sundays there lambs to Cincli.natl Thursday. Mr. Isaac Marks, datiRhter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. has been r.o preacbing SI worshipers had left. Herrin shipped a car of lambs Tuesday. here. ... School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything Rev. Ben Helm has returned Irom fliaras, 01 uanvme, were mariled at liar. Mr. W. E. Perkins has been shipContractor Carr and wife are at the in our line at Prices as Low as Anv Advertised uv Cash Casev whero ho held a meeting at John- - rodshurK Wednesday. -- Advocate. Miller House. .Sir. Carr has built some ping some wheat to Btodhead this week, Houses. Drake Thompson, 10 years of age, elegant houses here in the past. eon's Chopel, with sir or seven conbut wheat is very in our commu- 8S versions. The church is ono In the and Mies Gertrude White, 17, both chilThe intense heat has caused much nity. dren of wealthy Bourbon county farmer?, Mr. J. F. Holdam's house is tho most circuit of Rev. J. N. Isom. Several have suffered from -- The factional flftht In the Baptist eloped to Cincinnati and were married. in this vicinity. Young Mr. attractive place in town. Not on his ac sunstroke Accurately compounded by an Experienced .Pharmacist -I- rwin T. Barrett, eon of tliu Ut T. Gene Brown waa prostrated last week, count, but he haa such an array o( . church at Owensboro, haa ended by the from new drugs and pure chemicals. pretty young ladies stopping with him .'." withdrawal of Pastor Fred Hale and J03 L. Barret', who was president of the but has about recovered. ':! members, all of whom were Rranted let- Bank of Keutucky, at Louisville, met a The attendance at the Sunday and of course every young man you ters. They organized a new church last variety actress on the Casino Roof Gar- schools continueH very good. Mr. W. J. meet Is either going or coming from Mr. Sunday, to be known an the Third Bap- den, in New York. He fell in love at Sparks is superintendent of the Christian Holdam's, where he had a little business once, proposed aud in an hour 1'iey were .". 'ti' tist church of Owensboro. and Mrs. Lizzie Adama of the Presby- to attend to. We know of nothing else 0 Lemuel Penrod, the reverend married. Barrett has a fortune of Rev. terian 8. S. until the arrival of Prof. to attract all the pretty girls to Mr. left In trust o him by his father. unless it waa they have genial gentleman who last year Rained National Scro?gs. Mr. John R Yeager, aged 19, eon of Judge Morrow's protecting care there. notoriety by shooting Deacon John Sloto While Bryan clubs are being formed and W. W. Yeagor, of Boyle, and Miss Mary in other parts of the State, whv is one Mr. Mit Elliott, of Maysville, ia a guest in an argument over who a few weeks ago cut the throat of Thomas Erwln, daughter of Mrs. Lizzie not organized here? Enthusiasm is bad- of Mr. and Mrs. D. B EJmiston. There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a William Carver, and was lodged in Jail at Erwin, aged 17, of this county, attended ly needed In the democratic ranks. Even Prof. Ritchie opened school at the few suggestions how to deal with "him" seems very appropriate just GraHe the ball at Linnieltn Springs Friday if Rockcastle does cive a republican Vanceburg, has gono raving crazy. ma college Monday morning. Mr. Lee preaches night and day to imaginary night and went thence to Jeffereonville, jority of 300 votes usuallv, it was not al- dy and wife went to New Haven Friday now. It matters very little whether you believe in the free coinage of silver or in the single gold standard theory. There is a good time where they were married. The brido is ways thus, nor will it be congregations. so this year. to visit his father. Mr. Sam Higgins and But has returned a beauty and the groom a worthy young We predict that tho S00 majority will be family, who have been visiting his moth- coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. Rev. II. Allen Tapper (torn his trip around the world. At Cai- man. Their youth was the only objec- for Bryan and free silver. Mrs. Rhoda Higgins, and it will not come this year; it cannot come; hence all honest people er, and sister, as possible, and above all keep out of debt. In ro, Egypt, Mr. Tupper Joined a party of tion to their union. Mr. Gus Stewart, of Wildie, was in Mrs. Kittle King, returned to their should be as saving will, from The last issne of the Richmond English tourists on a chartered s'.tamer home at Somerset this week. Mr. and view of these conditions, town Monday. Mrs M. C. Miller has contains an excellent write-uof been very ill. Mrs. Dr. Mrs. A. Addams, of Frankfort, are guests this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no acup the Nile. They traveled 800 miles to E.J. Brown rethe anclont city of Thebes, whern Mr. the marriage of Editor Clarence- E turned from Maretsburg Saturday, ac- of Col. John Buchanan's family. Miea counts for more than 30 days. All accounts will be due on the first Tuppersecured the mummy of an Fgypt-ia- Woods to Mies Mattie McDonald Ohen-aul- t, companied by her sister, Mrs. Cress. Mr. Rhoda Gilbert, of Madison, Is a guest o day of each month, and you need not hunt any further than his store by local editor, R Lee Davis. Iftho JameB Robinson is out from Middlenbo baby, which, according to the hie her Bister, Mrs. T. J. Culton. Miss Ma- for the lowest possible prices on Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry roglyphlcaon the case, haa been dead compliments paid the bride are as de ro. Elder J. R. Boatman, the excellent mie McClure, of Paint Lick, Is visiting at Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. If you 4,200 years. He was in Lexington last serving as those of the editor, and from young minister whose meeting at Maretsthe Bastiu House Mrs. J. F. Lackey want Carpet or Matting, don't buy till you get my prices. Statement what we have heard they are, Mr. and burg closed Saturday, assisted in per- and daughter, of Madison county, are of your account will be mailed to you on the first day of each month. week where ho exhibited the ancient Mrs. Woods can not fall to ho always as forming the to friends. marriage ceremony that visiting Mrs. Alios Newland, Robert J. Burdette thus answers the the groom telegraphed Postmaster Wil- united his friend, Editor Clarence E. Mrs. J. E. Carson and daughter, Rhoda May, and Miss Sallie Green have queitlon, "May a Christian dance?" "O' lis, "Supremely happy." WooiIb, and Miea Cbcnault, last Wednes Hon. Sam J. Salyer, aged 32 year, day In tho holy bonds of matrimony. cone to visit their mother at Pineville. course he may. Ho may swear, and He, Metal Roofing, too, but it would not make him a better was married at Pikeville to Mrs. Ken- Mies Flora Frozure, the charming little Quite a number of Stanford people, inChristian. Surely, Christians, you may tucky Ferrell, aged 50 years. She owns guest of Miea May Miller, has returned cluding Judge J. W. Alcorn, are stopping dance, but dancing will never identify a controlling interest in the Bank of Pike- to Louisville. Judge McClure and Mies at the Springs. We have all the judges you an a Christian. Christians, dance if ville, aud haa a 4 fortune of something Bessie have returned from Crab Orchtud and attornoya here now. Suppose the you can't live without it. Join hands over $150,000. At a recent election of Springs. Minn Mamie Ferguson s the State ia on ita good behavior and their --" with Salomo, Herodias and Herod, and directors for the Bank of Pikevillu Mrs. guer-- of Mifp Lena McClure. Mies Ellen services are not needed. Misses Jennie . n.l iinp;iu T?tt.V.io ji joiicnrii, Tun. circle to the left. But don't be surprised Ferrell controlled tho ailaira and liml Butner ksb the guest of Mrs. Cleo nun KfMn..t.k iufcvuicj nf Tu xcuu., 'Flint is Salyer elected president of the bank An Brown last week. Prof. J. S. Reppi rt arrived Thursday. Mits Jennie will asif you are mistaken for a goat. C. hour after their marriace Mrs. Ferrell and wife are guests of relatives here. ride they are on." sist her brother, Prof. E. B. Ritchie, in the interest in her the college. Miea Maggie ia here seeking The railroads will give a rate of one deeded to Salyer health in the waters of Crab Orchard's (are for the round-tri- p SOMEWHAT LOCAL. and the hotels entire estate. Salyer seems to have sold famous springs. Miss Hallie Edmiston will charge from $1 tft $2 a day to thoeu himself pretty well. Madison county will vote on free returned from a very pleasant visit at who attend the S. 8. Convention at Off. turnpikes in November. SHEI.UY CITY. Monticello. Hig Kennedy, of Mt. Ver- 15 Free entertainment ensboro, Aug. Charles W. Lester, ono of tho founMisers Mattie Kites and Bessie Eanon, is at Crab Orchard Springs and havwill ba furnished the delrgtfn. Every ders of Beren College, Is dead, aged 74. ing a great time escorting the ladies out rounty Is entitled to five delegates from gle, of Middlehurg, are visiting their Miss Annie Dublin, who has been thecounty-at-IargThey must bo ap- cousins, MisaeaMiunie and Nettie Shan- sick a long time, died near Crab Orchard, who ride wheels. Hig says it is awful .DEALERS in. to get up so early, but when the ladies pointed by the county convention or by non. Mies Katherine Cox, who is teach- aged L'0. early hour be will summon him at an the county president. Every school la ing the Germantown school neir here, P-JLightning struck George Arnold's -iG"hsm.-lca"ls- , Uj O U Ui, obey the summon. entitled to one delegato for each hun- was compelled to give up teaching since house In Garrard and burned it to the dred or fraction thereof of its member Wednesday on account of sickness. ground. MORE NEWS NOTES. On Thursday night, Aug. 0th, Mrs. Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. )c ship. Ed Cornelison, a prominent farmer Jack Booth entertained the members of Ben KeyB was nominated for of Madison, was fatally cut by John Sing A SOLEMN WARNING. by the populists of the Firet district. tho Junction City Christian Endeavor Soer, with whom he had quarreled over a Mrs. Annette Hicks Lord, one of the A man may wallop his own jackets ciety, in honor of the 13th birthday of trade. most prominent society women ot New and kick his own dog at will, but it her son, Master Edwin Booth, a member The fellow Sawyers, who Give us a call and be convinced. of the junior society. Icea and cake were York, is dead. makes him mad to have others do so, Dr. Burusideat Barhourville, waa given Tom Bailey, a sanctified youth, shot consequently we are boiling, fighting served and all enjoyed the occasion 21 years, when be should have been con himself fatally while sitting in a church with tho Richmond Register for hugely, mad demned to death. Misses Yandiveer, of Harrodaburg, in Morgan county. printing the item that we here reproduce Henderson Jones, who killed Wil The liabilities of the Columbus Bugand warn the editor that he must Inter- and Rout, of Hustonville, are the guests Ham Oumley in Garrard, was caught in gy Company, which failed a few days ago, of Miss Fannie Hunn. Herman R. Pos-tl- e fere no more with our mutton. We will Clay by Taylor Sanders and Henry and sister, Mies Jessica Postle, of Col- White, who found him asleep in a fence are estimated at $900,000. not submit to it. Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, L. L. D. Afraid of a joint discussion with Hon. umbus, O., after spending two weeks corner, of Ohio, and B. Thompson, Hon. G. M. Davison, with their old schoolmates, Mr. E. L. John lion. John II. Johns was robbed in Portugal, is dead at 79. republican candidate for Congress iu Grubba and Miss Sarah Moore, left Sun- his room at Somerset of $7.35 and a gold A U.S. judge at Chicago says you this district, failed to show up Monday day for home. Messrs. E. L. Grubbs, watch, by Willis Warner, a notorious Reynolds and Dr. Steele were initiated character just out of the penitentiary, can dun a man all you want to on a posat Harrodaburg, where Mr. Thompsom tal card and not violate the law. epoko for two hours, holding his hearers Thursday night into the Knights of the who was arrested. At Columbia, Pa., three persons was well for Maccabees of Junction City. in tbecloseat atteutlon. It Robert Moseley, who 17 years ago were killed and 15 injured, somo probaDavison that he made It convenient to killed Isaac Oliver in Anderson county, Gov. McOreary sayB of the nominee bly fatally, by the derailing of a trolley be iu the fastnesses of Jackson county, at wbb arrested at Chattanooga and brought "I served four years with Mr. Bryan in to the scene of his crime by Jumbo car. that time, lor Thompson, who is well In a fight in Jackson county between fortified with facts and figures to prove Congress, sat near him and had excel- Hughes, of Somerset. After the murder, have madoa monkey lent opportunities of knowing him. He is which is said to have been a cold blood- the Reeses and Bakers one of the former his position, would and one of the latter seriously of tho "Gray Gelding," who, if reports be scholarly, honest, eloquent and enthused one, Moseley broke jail and has since was killed wounded. true, can't talk a little bit. Davison can iastic. I regarded him bs oue of the been a fugitive. The explosion of a traction engine not stand tbo light, and a still hunt is purest and most reliable men in ConA dispatch from Williamsburg says gress, and I Btn sure, if elected president, near Anderson, Ind., caused the death of favorhis only hope, but in this race his James Burnsides. colored, cut to death ite tactics will do him no good as the although ho is younger and has less ex Sam Marburn, white, at Bird Eye mines, one man and the serious wounding of people demand a free and fair discussion perienco than provioua presidents, that Sunday, aud was lodged in Jail last night. several others. Thomas Holly, a brakeman on tbo of tho Issues. Mr. Davison is welcomo he will appreciate the responsibilities of Burnsidea was drunk and killed Marburn the great ollice to which I believe he without speaking to him. They had O. H. & D., has been left an estate of to Jackson county and that's about all Is Receiving his- he will.be able to call his after tho final will bo electod and that he will be never had any previous difficulty. The $250,000 by an aged aunt. Ho left his equal to tho situation and do his best to jail was partially destroyed by lire Sun- train aa Boon as he heard the good news count in November. Charles S. Huling, of Cleveland, O., Nicholasville Jour-ua- l give the country a patriotic and states- day. A trusty set it on tire burning And this from the found $23,000 In stocks and bond in the anything liku it 1b not to be print- manlike administration." The govern- down a wasp's nest. or Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. ed again or we will mnko the editor wish or addod that he was sure he would car Joo Hopper and Mattie Johnson, of panel of a door at the home of an aged ry Kentucky. It is a democratic State, Laurel, whoso bodica were found on the aunt he was visiting near New Haven, Give him a Call. he had let our meat alone: .Jr. Davison has never had thereputa-tio- u and the 10,000 populists who voted Louisville Southern track so mangled Conn. against us when Bradley was elected bv Tom Fish, a drunken Negro, fell on of bolng a Huent speaker, but especthat the coroner's jury could find no evi a little white boy at Detroit and fatally occasion of hia visit hero 8,000, will be with us to a man. ially upon the dence of foul play, were murdered, it haa On his return from an extended tour, been discovered, by five Negroes who injured the child. A mob threatened to he seemed at a loss from some causo what to say and how to say It. Fi- Preacher Talmage said: "During my en- were playing crapa at the time. Both get in its work but the Negro was spiritnally in touching upon the money ques- tire trip I did not find more than one or were shot and their bodies placed on the ed away. An attempt was made early Sunday tion, Mr. Davison said if he went to Con- two men who are not silverltes. The una- track. A Negro who witnessed the murwould voto for putting .10 nimity was astounding. The sentiment der told about it and says it was done for morning by a mob to lynch Nick Ray, gees that he ounces of silver into every dollar, which down South is universally for tho white robbery. Latkr. The sheriff went to who is in the Edmonton jail for the murder of Albert Scott some time ago. The We do not propose directly to make you a present, but he repeated three diflerent times. This metal. Bryan and Sewoll will get a tre- scene to find that the alleged confession mob was dispersed before it could get the "would, of course, mako a silver dollar mendous vote." if you need anything in our line, you can save enough was a fake. prisoner, end he was removed to the jail But The Virginia Agricultural ana Mebicycle wheol. about the size of a money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice presSays Dr. Woods in his Bowling at GlaBgow. ,a tho night was a very stormy one it chanical Society, at a meeting held, votent. Come and see the many things we are offering Letters received at Monroe, Ala., tell a was thought that the speaker's ideas ed an Invitation to Hon. W.J. Bryan to Green Courier: If you have over been a bench in a harrowing tales of the suffering of a colowero somewhat confused, and owing visit Richmond during tho fair in Octo- democrat and sat on front STAT COST.-- fl political meeting and want to get Hon. ny of Negroes in Guatemala who were to the umallness of the crowd, hod ber. Tho society promises him a buildIf this speech, how- ing that will seat 15,000 people in which prefixed to your name, all you have to do induced to go there last May to work on lost his inspiration. to tho general average of to address the Virginians. He will ac- is to drop a note to the Courier Journal railroads. Four of the colony have been ever, wos up cept. saying you can't support Bryan and killed, and the others aro said to be in a ' Mr. Divlson's efforts, his republican Al G. Field, the well know minstrel Sowall aud it Is a go, They are working condition worse than slavery. friends had better retire him from the man, will furnish the tent for the form-a- l eorne of the cbestnntiest and wormiest In New York and vicinity there were stump, for 11 John B. Thompson or Pry-o- r opening of the McKmley campaign at timbor in the State, and there is no dan- 50 deaths from heat; in Baltimore 11); of him, he will be J. Foree gets hold HKRD OK THK Chicago 15; Washington wllliugto pi't3'J ounces of silver into Columbus, O., Saturday. It it his old ger of your being rejected from insignifi- Philadelphia 13; Thoroug bbrea c 4W TTfi w m six; Newark three; Cincinnati three; v y JSab JU every dollar before the campaign is ovar. circus tent Bnd will seat 10,000 people. cance or dotineea. Al would make a good clown for the auditor of Colorado threat- Louisville two; St. Louis two; Fort My Breeder! were wlirctcd from tnt beat herd The State show. ens to ref uso to grant a license for Colo- Wayne, Ind,, two; Bayonne, N. J , two; of this iamou breed of twine in ofevtrl dlHwent During the month of July just passdittarant pig. Dearborn county, Iod., furnishes a rado business to insurance companies Gallon, O., two; Jersey City, N. J., one; Siatei. A.Plendidlotot a .pecUlty. Sauifactlon .ale. Bred .ow. ed the government coined over 1,000,000 solicited. Address ns midsummer story of a man about to die that send out circulars warning policy Massilon one; Cleveland one; Pittsburgh iruarinteed. Coirepondenee standard Bllvor dollars, or BRONAUGH, from the presence of & pound or more cf holders against the effects of free silver one; San Antonio one; Memphis one. Tomany aa were coined during tho first 80 Crab Orchard, Ky live frog on bis stomach. tal 132. ontheir policies. years of our National existence. La-ton- la ,.....- DRUGS AND BOOKS. a a v i .. n sufl-uiu- g. PRESCRIPTIONS W. B. McEOBEETS. '' J 150,-00- Uol-dan'- Pedo-Baptls- Suggestive Tail on Hard Times. Reg-lat- er James Frye, Hustonville, p - n In-fa- nt Doors. Sash and Blinds fyABEj? cv.:nin A. t ...-- ! I f SINE, Stanford, Ky. one-ha- lf -- K-fc '25-2- 7. CRAIG & HOOKER, CKls, I e. $ Brugs, -- Con-gre- bs $ It Pays t3 Daal with a Cash Housb. mu-der- ed H J. M'ROBERTS. " New, Stylish and Cheap HHTS Alpines, Soft, Fur, Cloth and Stiff H. J. M'ROBERTS. H. S. eUPLEY, "HPME MER6HANT TAILOR -- iFilMNCGr ANB SUMMER . W. P. TATE, Stanford. BI.UF.-GKAS- Duroc-Jere- o r S Mc-Klnl- f rc ?K one-eight- R. II. , v,.v',qj , ' AJL-- - H? VJ Kmm rutrm 'm-i- v iswM!9Ss$Br-- - fw h,iChpi,iiJi juujjs?.,. Fa1 El. r I ifc i I liltP. I IHK.' James II. Mulligan Bold to Vincent ful. He gives 10 States as sure for McO. Cromwell his fine Kinley with votes amounting to 110. farm throe Elector W. B. Smith, who wa. pres- milea from Lexington, for $17,500. demll ent at the Louisville J. H. Baughman A Co., aro buying Stanford. Ky., - August 11, 1896 and made a tolling speech, wheat every day at 60c delivered. They onstration eaya that the crowd could not bave num- have bought many thousands of bushels. bered less than 5,000 and was as enthusFrank Halsoy, of Rockcastle, bought W. P. WALTON. of various parties in that county a bunch iastic aa any he ever saw. of heifers, calves and steors at 2 to 2Jc. LouiBvllle ratiQed Bailey A Dryo got elx bluea an d a ADDITIONAL LOCAL, Thk democrats of Saturday night red in 11 ahowa at the Danville fair. They the Cblcago nominations Oil A Pennsylvania company began will as usual, belitrest up this week and go to Liberty and the boring for oil at 'Jumbo yesterday. Thero next. Katbering, both In numbers and tled the ia a well nearby from which oil gusheB. At the Columbus O , race track, the make up. It Bays that tbera were leea Sidk buowb, faktra md others of that great pacer, Robert J., broke the world's than 1,000 men in the parade, while Gov. class took in the money here ytsterday record for a fourth heat, trot or paoe, Brown, the principal Bpeaker, said that heat In 2:02. that might have gone towaida liquidatit was the "greateBt demonstration witof Garrard, Thomas Anderson, ing honest debte. Louisville in the hst-- 0 years." nessed in bought of Thompson A Bro. a bunch of Among other thinga the governor said Yesterday wrshu exceedingly meas-le- y butcher cattle at 2c and of other parties that it was not over production that had Since 1SG0, political matters have nevcourt day iu matters of business. a lot of hogs at 3 to 3 15. brought down wageB and prices, but the Many corn cropa in Casey county forced upon us er been aa mixed as they are now. In Everybody Beema to hfcv boen a:;uing vicious monetary system made friendly to the National republican convention a the money question and holding on to have not been worked at all and most of and that when laws are he had. them will bring a good yield. They were silver the credit of this government will bolt of the silverites occurred and while what chance was no bolt in the Chicago conventoo and we will again enjoy a day of there rise Tiie trusteea of the. Stanford Male and planted late and the ground has been prosperity. The governor claimed that tion, a great many men who participated Female Academy elected Prof. F J. Duf- wet to work since. A C. Miles shipped 200 lamia to he was a member of the'old suard de have since bolted and declared tbey can fy to teach again at their meeting a to Cincinnati yesterJav for which he paid haB followed not support either the ticket or platform. mocracy, as for 40 years he daya ago and that gentleman has forit unfalteringly and was never prouder This mixed state of affairs is further ac- warded his acceptance and will open H, J. T. Veatch it Co., bought of some by the desire in certain quarparties at Lebanon, 250 stock ewes at 2 of It than now, when that party has de- centuated Bchool September 7. per head delivered. Jessamine Journal. Btill more unreservedly for the ters for a new ticket andhere we go. At clared deSimon Wiehl, for Nelson Morris, Dbpartkd. Mrs. Fannie Green is dispeople's rights. If Gov. Brown, whose this time, the split in democracy is plorable, and may mean the election of tressed over the departure of "Un- bought 300 export cattle in Madison, democracy has never been called Into McKinley, with all the attendant evils. cle Ben" Lewin, an old Negro, who weighing from 1,100 to 1,700 pounds at question, can accept and endorse both It ia to be hoped that those who call has lived with her for 20 years. He 3 to 4c. Bales A Wagera shipped two Chithe platform and ticket put out at most any other themselves democrats will take a careful, left Friday without Baying a word car loads of feeding cattle, bought at 2 cago, it Btrikes us that Bober, second thought and not go off into and nothing has since been heard of him. to 3Jc Register democrat could. At any rate, when men will be Bure to regret. Miss Emma, the property of Miss He is about SO years old and hia mind get bigger and better than the party they schemes thev Nannie VanDeveer, of Stanford, but haa not been right foraome time. nrofeep to cooperate with, they are get After a short, sharp and decisive and claimed by both Mayor D. W. VanDe-vee- r ting too eood for this sinful world where altogether creditable editorial career, Mr. Bbodukad Fair. The exact date of and Scott Karris, won the mile race paitiea are a necessary evil and politics J. W. Loving hfls laid down his pen and the Rockcastle County Fair Association at Newport Friday in a gallop over three is hell. the Liberty Tribune will no longer scin has not yet been decided on but it is starters, time 1.51), purse $250. The result of the meeting at Indlanup tillate with bis wisdom and wit. The more than likely it will be held the third Jonas Wihl baa purchased 3.500 ex olia of the nroviaional National commit proprietor, Mr. Elmore Brents, will In week in September. Tho association has port cattle in this section and ho pa'd bought grounds and will bo a permanent from 3 to 4 cents. Many of the large tee of democrats, who can not endorse future sit at the editorial helm. of a mile institution. The tha tirkat and nl&tform nominated at Editor Dana, of the New York Sun, track ia nearing completion and will be herds are still left iu tho county unsold, among them Mr. Alexander's, numberChicago, was the organization of the Na- who has long bis usefulnees, good shape when the bell taps for the ing over 500 heart. Paria Kentuckian. tional democratic party Bnd a call for a announces that he will vote for McKin- in grand stand will be modern The Harrodsburg Democrat reports National convention to beheld at India- ley. His democracy has been waning ev. races. The pama nor money sales of 300 mountain sheep at $2, several napolis, Sept. 1, to nominate candidates er since hia ancient enemy, Grover and commodioua and no will be spared in making tho first fair the lots of hogs at 3), 3,000 bushel of wheat for president and vice president and Cleveland, turned him down the first county has ever had a grand success. at 50 to 00c, 200 bnshels of corn at f 1 50, adopt a platform, which the Irreconcila-ble- s time. is more in harmony with the dellverd SO ewes at 4j Mercer farmers think SrEAKt.NO. Democratic Elector for the Some cowardly scoundrels are writing principles of true democracy. Thirty-thre- e Hon. W. B. Smith, and Bay that tho continuous rains have cans States were represented, but with threatening anonymous letters to Gov. Hon. A. R. Burnaru, of this ed the ears of corn to grow so large tbat by men un- Bradley. Such fiends are only to be fear- district and republican nominee for ap- there wi'l bn no cow corn. two or three exceptions, J K. Baugpinan, of the West End, known to honor and to fame. The names ed like one dreads the assassin. A stab pellate judge, spoke here yesterday to a and in the dark and in the back ia their fav- large crowd. The arrangement gave Mr. got a number of blue ties on his mules at Bragg and Buckner, of got general", were most talk- orite and only mode of warfare. Smith 1 hours to lead off. Mr. Burnam the Danville fair. Sidney Dunbar ed of for the ticket, and while it would 1 Mr. several on colts, while Bailey & Drye houra and followed In a speech of Malloy POLITIC A L POINTS. be a good one, this doesn't seem the year Smith bad 20 minutes for a rejoinder. won with W. A. Tribble'a Kate Boies, Blackburn for fancy eadillera, and with W. L. Evans' for the "Ba" as Bland, Hon. Seaborn Wright was nominat- Mr. Smith is a very enthusiastic free silet al can testify. It ia thought that Sen- ed for governor of Georgia by the popu- ver democrat and throws all bis soul in mare for saddle mare three years old. got the firct premium in tho ator John M. Telmer, who ia now too old lists. the canvass. He is firmly convinced in Thev also ring for saddle mares four years old and to make or. lose by the inglorious defeat Mr. Bryan baa formally withdrawn the righteousness of his cause and is that awaits the ticket, will be the nomi- from the editorial conduct of the Omaha eurethat Bryan and Sewall will lead the over and won the roadster premium with B. Twidwell'a Naboth filly. O. O Cr. nee. . democratic hosts to victory. He made F. penter, of the West End, got a buncb of Frank Alford, a Nebraaka desperado, Borne very effective arguments for them "I don't thin- - we will olect our man, blue ties. but we will consider we have won a vic- fatally shot his son when the latter told and for free silver, which be claims will detory if we defeat Bryan and preserve him he intended to vote for Bryan and start the country on a new era of prosDomiwtlo Cruelty. perity never before known. The U. S. mocracy. That is our aim," says Gen. Sewall. "So Mrs. Bilker hits got n divorco?" of all the silver Speaker Thomas B. Reed was nomi- produces "VTcs. Shotlibcovoml that Mr. Bilker Buckner. Then why don't the whole ca McKinley and be done nated by acclamation for a 10th term in mined and when Bhe stamps a silver hod been hiding his ainnll change- ovcry boodle vote for with It? When you go a'cattingo a'cat-tl- n. Congress by the republican convention piece as a dollar it will be worth a dollar night under a flowerpot in tho back the world over, because it is backed by yard. " Chicago Record. If the object Is solely to defeat Bry- at Portland, Me. McKln-leA Des Moines, Iowa, man U so the greatest commercUl country on the an, which can only be clone by Ill l'lra. co the whole hoe and vote for the afraid Bryan and Sewall wont win and Globe. His speech caught the crowd Judge Yon say you woro ailing and protectionist, who sir years ago made a we will not have free silver he hasn't and wbb greatly enjoyed by the original for that reason you stole? Prisoner Yes, sir. I was fooling silverites. free silver speech In Congress, In which slept for two weeks. Rev. Sam Small, who has always Mr. Burnam began his speech after be- poorly, so I took something ftrr it. said, "I would give silver equal credit he and honor with gold. I would make no been regarded as a democrat, has come ing introduced by Congressman Daviton Adams Freeman. discrimination. I would utilize both out for McKinley because he is a Meth- by tickling the members of the bar here, Krooiwl lluiushU T to whom ho threw bouquet after bouquet It'i mighty fiMClnntln Ut rW up In tiublta odist and a model man morally. metala aa money and discredit neither. vltrw want the double standard." In an interview, former Secretary of compliments. Mr. Burnam, who ia a An toll thU clortixM nation all ttt thltnM It fine looking man, then branched off on ort.jr lo, Whitney says that McKinley will carry Ijj one of his speeches from the train ocnlu tho of oratory fur ita y Wn New York by 200.000 majority. But then the beauties of protection, the utter Jtr climb that was taking him to New York, to be we can give 'em New York and beat 'era. failure of the Wilson bill and the repu An liotir yor Om corridor confided with the secret thaUbe Chicago Of tillXJ. diation of the democratic party by the The silver club formed at Paris has convention nominated him for president, American people at the election after its BatOwirieuninttiil rtxwtfcm,inh fivlln's Icjmo Iowa crowd: "My 95S members. G. G. White, a promi- paseage. no aiso piciureu ine uisasiers Mr. Bryan said to an charm has had the courage nent distiller, is" president. They are that would follow the free and unlimited Winn yu Kit book" hunv niii mi wttWVnm party is the first that tor run tho furui, to nominate a man who will have to go making it hot for the gold men in that coinage of silver and spoke in no uncer- Wljn yo the wtcU bijnwln Ml vicinity. got bo n (dieht through your State to reach the White tain words for the gold standard. Clos- An tho oowu tvsnilTerin fur tlu wanto mllktn The Eighth district democratic ConHouse." This caught the people and uvury night. ing he appealed to the voters to rally president to the gressional committee will meet at they cheered the fnture McKinley and Davison at the No- I lout cuthasiivsm o'er tho UilVt in ) tomorrow to make arrange- to him, echo. He made hundreds of speeches fall vember election and all will be well. Through irthinkln on the bUKM tbot I'll along the route and managed alwayB to ments for nominating a candidate for After Mr. Burnam got through Davinuvor count at ulL Congress. say the right thing at the right time. son left and most of hia gang followed. An tho goMbagu an tlm ultwr bixpi twm The 0th district democrats will bold ovcry arwi. They didn't want to hear Mr. Smith tear When triflln, tor viow thu dumotfe Unit tho I oorao their convention at Maysville The Milea Medical Co., of Elkhart, tnter bugs he clno. of Mr. Burnam'B alleged argument to nominate a candidate for Congress some WnnhtnBton Btar. Ind., is working an election and adverto tatters. It was 1:45 before the speaka clause in their W. LaRue Thomas aeems to lead with ing closed. tising dodgo by putting The paBt 10 days have been the hotcontracts, "That Bhould the free Bllver instructions, Both speakers abed their coats before test on record in Louisville. Saturday H. Clay Evans positively declines to candidate, Bryan, be elected, the compagetting down to business and tho sweltbe a candidate for the republican the mercury registered 08 and there ny has the privilege of cancelling ita ering crowd sat and listened with great were two deaths from sunstroke. In St. for governor at the Nash-- , contract." Aa the company's contracts intentness. Louis heat killed 13 and prostrated 50; of printing villa convention AugUBt 12. He knows are uaually paid in some kind in Chicago 10 and in New York 0. when he's got enough. ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. office machinery at ita list value, which If Bryan and Sewall receive 120,000 can generally be gotten at 25 to 50 per J. O. HayB bought of Isaac Herrin 2S NXW AI)VKTI9KME5Tt. cent, off, the newspapers that are bard up votes in Kentucky, Bryan and Watson shoats at 3c. 50,000 and McKinley and Hobart 165,000 enough to accept them can't lose very Cash A Cioyd sold to Allen A Lynn McKinley and Hobart would get the much, a lot of shoats at 3c. liltck Jcncct, 6or 7 yeirt old. electoral vote of the State. for her keen and A. J. Hayden sold to B. F. Roblnaon Owner cin get her by piylns HECK, Stanford. WM. thil dvertimeot. 47 The National Democratic party aaya it is from the Cynthiana This pointer 3c. will poll 50,000 votes in Kentucky, iu Democrat: The gold Btandard democrats bIx 1,000 lb. cattle at Hogs. 75 nice stock hogs for sale. Mcwhich event there is no doubt that of Alabama repudiated the Chicago tick Kinley will carry the State. A more con- et, and the State went 50,000 for John- G. S. Shelby, Shelby City, Ky. T. A. Coultor Bold to W. H. Prewltt servative estimate, however, places ita son, the regular nominee who stands by 40 hogs averaging 225 pounds at 3jc. Junction City, Ky. strength at 5,000, and if it Is no more. Bryan. John Pepples sold to John O. JohnBryan and Bewal will win bands down, Mercer county democrats will have a Boyle, a bunch of Bhoata at 3 15. monster ratification and flag raising son, of The popullsta alone will give them There were only two cattle on the New Management, votes. meeting at Harrodsburg on the 29th, yesterday and they sold privately Extensive Improvements, when Bryan and Sewail will ba endorsed market Simpson, no longer "Socklese," Jerby at 2. Excellent Appointments. and many noted speakers will furniah Madeline Pollard is, the name of one and now in full awlm, has been nomina- the oratory. of tho biggest winners now trotting up ted for Congresa in Kansas both by the The mot accrtiible Summer Retort in KenThe Hod. D.G. Colaon publishes a tucky. The greatest divertity ol Mineral Waters East. democrats and populists, and the pros- card In the Pinevillo to be found any where. White bulphur, Ulxck Courier giving John "They Are Alter Me" is doing good Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epiom, Magnciia, Salt, pects are good for him to go back to D. White the lie direct and warning hie Hop Washington. It will be remombered work in Maine. She is a pacer and ia a Alum, Ac, in an abundance. orchestra.every Friday Write for night Muiic by splendid friends against the jayhawker. It aeema winner. , Circular and AnalysU of waters. Table first that he was turned down two years ago that White accused Colson of voting for F. Raid sold to Nichols, of Bowling Class. by Long, republican, who has again been free silver. J. B. OWENS & SON, Green, a 3 year old bv Dorsey Golddust nominated. 3S Junction City, Ky. In response to an Inquiry, if he had for 1200. A ciciar manufacturer in Louisville in expressed disapproval of nominating a ; Monroe Curtis Bold to M. 8. A J. W. .CALL ON" order to teach an object lesson and at third ticket, Mr. Cleveland said: "It ia Baughman 100 barrela of old corn delivelectioneering trick, absolutely untrue that I have given any the same time do an ered at 11. Holy Number and Jack, theDrunk. paid bis employes oft" in Mexican dollars, adyice touching the course of the Indian, STANFORD, KY., two for every one dollar apolia conference." giving them ard, are namea of Horses running at the 8enator Stewart, of Nevada, predicts Newport track. There was a good deal of Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only 15 Cents. due them. For Uaggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of Salea of 05 cattle, 1,500 lbs. average all kinds, Badges, Dog License Chtcka, Key kicking, the gold papers say, nntll the that 29 States, whose electoral Votes agwould redeem gregate 220, are Bure for Bryan, aix States, at 4c and 80 feeders at 3 aio reported in Rings, Chains, 4c. Stamping on Metal and gen firm posted a notice that It eral repairing. Shop over l 1). Elmoie's store, whose votes aggregate 111, he calls doubt- - the Winchester Democrat. Stanford, Ky. aa the coin at one for two yeetsrday. Interior imm Courier-Journa- l, Foun years ago, President Cleveland commended the course of Editor Olark Howell, of the Atlanta Constitution, in accepting thelplatform and ticket, which were not in accord with his original preference. In hia letter to Howell Mr. Cleveland said: "I think the underlying principles of party organization is what you so admirably express as an acceptance of the arbitrament of the National convention. On the other hand it ia as fully the duty of one opposed to shut his mind and heart to any feeling of irritation or resentment that might be allowed to grow out of opposition based upon honest judgment and conscientious for party success " Exactly and this ia what the Journal is doing it and trying to cet others to do. do-Biro 200-acr- e SEE OUR $3-5- 0 PANTS, E Bryan-Sewa- TAILOR-MAD- THE ANYTHING IN CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. EVENT OF THE SEASON. ' O En IT WILL PAY YOU Isr-mo- m ! 02 mi m o O O En To come in this week and sec the big cuts we are making in every department of our big store. We realize what it takes to sell goods in a dull season like the paescnt and we are rccordingly applying the knife to every department. Check off the items below and point them out to the salesman when you come in this week. India Linen .)4c, worth 74c. Nice White Goods 5c, worth SJc Yard-Wi- de Drown Cotton " " Bleached Cotton Lonsdale, Fruit and Masonville, Best Brands of Bleached Cotton Made, 6)ic, worth 9c. 8- -4 per yard. Unbleached Sheeting at Fine Black or White Corsets 43c, worth 75c. Men's Working Shirts at 25c. .jc. 4c. I2c ' " ' " " 30c. 35c- - " " 40c. P3 one-thi- rd H CQ 125 out-live- d Fine Percale Shirts, with Collar and Cuffs Attached or Detached, 50c, worth 75c. Men's Underwear 45c per Suit. Good Bleached Drill Drawers only 25c. Ladies' Slippers 48c. Ladies' Dong. Pat. Tip Button Shoes 98c. We have some Choice Bargains left in Men's, Boys' Clothing. and Children's Ready-Ma- de LOUISVILLE STORE. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, State-at-Iarg- e, Ul .T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., Elizabcthtown, Franklort. and Mauckport, Ind. t World-Heral- d. I, Mi n v-- v T T A- R A- NT'P.Wr a- M-im- -tA-, I . fi J two-thir- ds - 1 :ji - Arc both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. We can sell you v. Coal at 7c to 14c per J3u Delivered at your house. lave about loo bushels of SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR Si. Call and sec us. I i fil J. H. BAUGHMAN . & CO. . I A I : I" flV ".-."..-".- - tlx-l- r AT - tr AT YOUR PRICE. Cooking, Heating, Gasoline, 1 Nich-ol-flvil- le lv Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less than actual cost. w. H. WEAREN & CO. IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE To trade with us. Our goods are desirable, nomi-nnminati- ! JijlllNilil Prices 5X52SISSa 4 $ Reasonable, Linnietta Springs, Give us a share of And service prompt and accurate. Our your trade and we will convince you. old patrons already know it. 25,-0- 00 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. - d- &iH&A(3 & v 'mmW8mmm , FOR C ASH ZETor I K There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices m r5i & Hfct VIJ tta.e S-t F. G. BRADY, Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. at once and get pick of the stock. In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Tl.irt3r IDas, Call reu & 'wMmim. 1 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orohard. rv &1 ffl VT K n.e i- n k " r?u ' 'ipMippT?1 .i Mrs. T. J. Txter has been 111 for ft week or more with malarial fever. Miss Giiack Ghinstead, who has been sick, is out looking prettier than ever. Stanfobd, Kt., August 1J, 1896 Mr. M. 8alinokr was up from Louis villi) yesterday helping the boys sell E. C. Walton, Business Manager. goods in his largo storo hero. Mn. W. R. Pleabants left some grass hero yesterday )J feet long which grew YoUBhould take your prescriptions to on his placo near Crab Orchard. PennyV drugstore where prompt and Mejsi.h. J. F. andT. 0. Roiiinbon and accurate service is guaranteed. Charles Gallegher went to Clear Crook mi-Wee- ku Interior Journal Other Richmond-- -- Din Farmer in The republicans will organize a at formed us thai ho was a candiClub near J. U. Carter's Store Mrs. Hugh, Mason, at Chicago. Mies date for jailer, while Charlie Dawes, Matjnvie Shelby is also at home from a Halls Gap, Friday night. from the same section was working the Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, visit to Miss fipurr at Winchester Buchwalter, crowd for the Knoink Fon 8ALK.-G- ood nomination for BBseBsor. &c, Stanford, Ky. Mn S. Walton Foiioy, a brilliant and e power, in good order, cheap. handsome young lawyer of Elkton, was Apply to W. P. Walton. ?: crq ta In a row over a crap gameSkeetB Pown ii. i 3 SJ Ho si Z2 U 59 here yesterday. He and hia wife, who - M ell struck another Negro, Dave Turner, O 3 rr B was the lovely Miss Lizzie Twidwell, are Coal, If you want uh to fill your or- on the head with a rock, crushing the & visiting her mother in Uustonville. ders please Bee that they coma straight. skull, and made his eecape. The wound- J H 3 "" t2 Mna. L'iiarlkh Smith and her handsome New building opposite depot. Noel & o ed man is in n serious condition. They 3 " daughter, Misa Amy, were thu guests of Son. live in the West End r"1 g" ui 2 :? Mrs. Phil P. Nunnolley from Saturday Look at our lino of gents' fancy white 3 AlDanuntil yesterday when they went to The gallows erected for Anthony try. o-. shirts. The prettiest and cheapest in . C Joseph CoKPkV and V. H. villo to visit Mr. Green Woodcock and town. Remember that goods go at corn was an object of great interestto the 2. MitsBH. 3 O m F S cr ii' It is a grim Dilllou, of Livingston, were her yeater-da- y. other relatives. S ' prices that are truly cash prices. W. court crowd yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr., have looking monster and ought to have caus. II. Shanks. Tn u r .H ed the cold chills to run over the bodMiea Lin Ljtiioow, of Louisville, ar- rented Mra. William Lackey's residence - O O n - u It is Hard. Speaking of Anthony ies of those who would slay their n a CL.'i on Logan Avenuo and are preparing to rived Saturday to visit the Misses Mrs. Lackey will Alcorn, the Lancaster Record says: It fellow man. go to q W U Mhh. Ida Watts, of Kansas Oily, Mo , leave in a few days to li? with her Bon, looks pretty hard to bang a poor, foolish n . n 'it. on. - . i The weather continues oppreesively Negro, when there is so much fine white - ia vialting her brother, Mr. John 1'. Mr. S. K. Lackey, in Gallatin, Tenn. hot and sinners are fleeing from the Thr following young people will go to material going to waste. Jonea. wrath of the foretaste of what awaits to remain EmiihyBkazliy is trying thu healing Crab Orchard Springs Charley Colby was lodged in jail Sat- them hereafter. The woist of it is that . ra rp u i . . t m rT 7 r? ui nualitlra of the waters at Linnletta a week or bo Mra. W. 0. Shanks, Miss- urday charged wiih disturbing the wor- no cool place can be found and the " S" U MP n." I I ' TTTIffnTrT-- f lfiZHi3HflH es Anne Shanks, Faunie Shanks, Olive shippers at tho Kingsville camp meeting Springa. nights a (lord no relief. "Continued Mis Susie McKke Duncan, of Louis Woodson, Pearl Burnsldo and Messrs. and for "totin' a weapin." He will be warm weather." the signal service vllle, ia visiting Misses Jennie and Marie H. G. Denny, G. T. Lackey and W. II. given h trial tomoirow. 3 predicted again yesterday. Shankti. Warren. ii U -- v - Q. (1 r. r T Tn if Teachers' Institute will begin : TZ' Julius Von Ghunioan, of Nicholas Fhee Turnpike Election. A few r VICIXITY. CITYAXD Aug 17 and last five days. Prof. T. C. hours after we wrote the item about free vllle. spent several days with his beat girl here. n Solid silver tea spoons J5 per set at Cherry, of Bowling Green, will conduct turnpike elections, petitions were filed r,2'q,-"- o n Mn. J. F. Cummins took Mra. Cum- - banks'. it. Supt. Miss Kato Blain especially in- asking for a vote on the question at tho mina to Louiavlllo Sunday and returned 3 names next election. They contain B. n Shirts, shirts, shirts, at cash prices at vites the public to attend the sessions. - O -' to o " that night. 140 more than the neceeBary 15 or some 3 3-Shanks. 2. 3 C While coupling cars at Lebanon Junc- per cent of tho voters of the county. The Mkb. J. T. Palm kii and Mrs. John n ' c. Maywooii will organize a Bryan Club tion Waverly Hamilton had the end of 3 0 o Lackey, of Garrard, are guests of Mrs. J. o S-county judge yesterday made the order S 3 5 3 in a few days. the index finger on his right hand mash- for the election in November. 0. McOlary. 3 S 3 a c ed oil'. He has been working in the caJunax W. H. Smith, blate elector, ws PiivcrtiiTioN work done at lowest cash pacity of yardmaster and brakeman for Mn. J. II. Alcohn, who is anxious that the guest of Mr. J. M. Alverson during prices. Craig ft Horker. " If you haven't bought you a new 14 years and waa never before hurt Anthony Alcorn shall be hung and who his atay here. claims that he has as much Berne as any Missis Hiioda Lu.nsiom) and Nannie Newest and cheapest line of stationery The Dix River Bryan Club will meet boy his age, eays we were mistaken in VanDeveer are enjoying the delights of in town at Craig and Hooker's. at Goshen at 2:30 Saturday afternoon. saying that the old man never did any Hock Castle Springs. Say, want it watch? Good time to Free Silver Johnson will address the thing for the boy. He took him at the Jim Beazley ia taking his brother, members and fill them with enthusiasm. death of his mother when he was beKmbryV, place at Uaughinana' livery get it from Dunks, the Jeweler. Now is your time. They are going at prices in the reach of all. ' being added daily and tween four and five years old and paid stable for a week or o New tablets and latest stationery and New members are It will soon be time to use President S. R. Cook thinks the mem- 75 cents a week for his keep until 1 e Mb. W. KJMiDowkll, of Richmond, visiting cardH. W. B. McRoberts. will run up in the hundreds be- was seven years old. bership was here Sunday to seo one of the pretFound. A pair of gold spectacles. Ap fore the election. tiest girla in Kentucky Millions In It. Seeing our item Mk and M its. It. I). Loo an brought ply to Fields Salter or at thin office. Babe Ball. The Stanford club met about the wonderful spring on Mr. Sim ' ' Miss Genie Bright to the trtfn yesterday Buy the latest improved gasoline stoves defeat again at Crab Orchard Friday by a Cook'a farm, S. P. Moore, of Mulberry, And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices to go to Hock Castle Springs. f price.' score of to 15. Hendricks and Johnof W H. Wearen A Co. at Ind., writes to ask the price of it, and before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. Mn. J.T. McHoiikuts, wife and child, son pitched and caught fairly well, but suggests that if its water will yet remove ol Mlddlesboro, arrived Friday to visit New and elegant line of Glassware and their support was not as good as it should freckles and blotches and make one bethis father, Mr. J. M. McHoberta. Queens ware just received at Warren A have been Our boys will try the Dan- ter looking, he will form a stock company Mn. J. A. Hammond, who haa been so Shanks'. ville club this afternoon, when it ia to be which will build an immense hotel and ill of typhoid fever at his heme at Hubat St. Paul hoped that we will be able to record a sanitarium near the epring. Mr. Cook TiikG. A. R. will meet ble, was a little better yeaterday. . has priced his farm, epring and all to the Sept. 1 to I. The fare from here will be winning to their credit. Hiciiard Conn Hockeii haa gone to about flfi. gentleman and if he accepts our county-ma- n Ninety-thhkKansas City to study law, and will live and Loyal Last Satwill be lots richer than he ever Dealers Inwith hia uncle, Mr. It. W. Hocker. We handle all grades of coal and will urday Mr. Greenberry Bright celebrated thought he would be. Hon, H 0. Waiibkn, who haH been ill fill your houses at as low figures as any- his 03d birthday, hale and as hearty as for a week or two, waa down yesterday body. Noel A Son. A good many people are giving up most men of GO. For 75 years he has to make aome commissioner's sales. been voting the democratic ticket, hav- their old favorite, the Wk will close out our entire stock at Mie. Monti a Fox and Misa Dora ing cast his first vote for Jackson, and if since its position with reference to the apendinu a cost. Can give von a bargain in any he lives he will put one in for Bryan and Chicago ticket. One free silverite showBaughman, of Danville, are thing. W. H. Wearen A Co. 'ew days with Mrs J. W. Baughman. Handsome line of So wall next November, even if he doesn't ed us a letter that ho had received from Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. the paper after he had ordered his copy Texas, th plHtform A Ukyn and Sewall Club has been particularly like J. W. Drown, of Aransas, Push, Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' discontinued. It said, "Tho Courier-Journ- al rays in remitting for his subscription: organized at C'ab Orchard with 110 Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Kverythimi Is in readiness for the debelieves In people and govern 'I'Hah for Bryan, free silver and the I members. Dr. J. D. Pettua is presi which prom- ments fultilline their contracts. We clamatory contest J" dent. ises to bti ii notable affair. There are have contracted to send you our paper H. Farms, who has been handJohn The W. 0. T. U. of Lancaster will give seven conteetautH and each will do hia ami will continue to do so, till the time ling a string of horsea at South Natiuk, a reception to ttie teachers. of Garrard best to get tho i'M gold watch. B. U. Maaa., visited hia sister, Mrs. C. V. Genfor which you have paid expires, unlets county at the residence of Mrs. Margaret Danks' orcheHtri, which consists of himtry. you order it to another address." Mn. and Mrs W. A. Moiikrly, of Mid- -' Gill, this evening. 11th, from 7:30 to 10. self, Mrs. J. E Portman and Mr. 13. W. dlesboro. who have been visiting rela Wills In the county court yester A gentleman from the Beo Lick neigh- Spidell, will funlsh tho music, which BY tives In this county, returned homo Fri- borhood said here yesterday that in a means that it will be fine. Get your day the will of Mr. W. M. Lackey was day. It is in the testa10 republicans nine said ticket at once or you may have to stand admitted to probate. crowd thereof Mn. W. T. Mkmmee will hold Mr. T. up. tor's ovn handwriting, is dated Feb. 3, sildispatcher's oilice, they would vote tor Bryan and free F, Splnk'a trick in the Thk handsome, new wagonette of M. 1SS9, and witnessed by J. J. McRoberts while Mr. Bnd Mrs. Spink tour in tho ver. 8 A J. W. Baughman, driven by John and J. S Hocker. The entire estate is oWc Two men in town at leuat make a good West. 15 men and eiven to his wife and Mr. S. E. Lackey is daughter of thing out of their membership in Orders. Snned, in which there were Misa Mary appointed executor without security. women returning from tho colored picMr 0. 2l. Spoonamore, fell from a ham- They, we are told, earn about 17 a week nic at Uustonville Friday night, was Mr. John M. Hail's will was also promock a few daye ago and broke her col- when well and got 15 a weok when sick, And Funeral Director. enbankment a bated. It appoints his wife and W. A. overturned ou a lar bone. in benefits, Ac. Hail, executors, without security, and near that town little West of the Little Kdward CoorsR is visiting his Corn. The L. te N. has tho contract and the occupants piled in a mass after each of the children is given $500, Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. cousin, Mr. C. B. Heid, who haa hia string haul 3,000 car loads of corn from Iowa below. All were more or less hurt, and the entire estate ia devised to Mrs. Hail. of horsea at Detroit. Mr. Held "set 'em to Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e to tho seacoast, where it will then bo Sophia Connett and Eliza Broaddua se- Tho will is dated Jan. 1G, 1892, and was up" to thu trip. Hamburg. It will all paBS verely injured. The top of the vehicle written by P. M. McKoberts and attestMiasia Courtney Mooiik, of Lexing- shipped to waa torn oil and It waa used up generally. ed by bim and W. B. McKoberts. through Stanford. ton, and Annie Hamilton, of Portsmouth, s escaped injury. 0 , are guests of Missea Sue Whitley and Paint Snor. Messrs. Joseph DawBon The horses Died of his Injuries. In our last is Nellie Murphy. and Ed Saunders, formerly of the Central Thk new democratic county commit- sue a paragraph told of the accident to Jim H. Burton writes bia friend, Mr, Kentucky Carriage Co., of Danville, have tee met yesterday with 10 of the 12 memCharles Martin Adams, son of J. W. AdW. 11. Shanks, that he ia now baggage opened a paint shop back of tho Myers bers present. Chairman J. E. Carson ams, of this place, which occurred two mister on tho L. & N, between Mont- Houbo and aro doing some fine carriage called tho meeting to order and the first hours before, that is at 3 o'clock r. m. gomery, Ala., and New Orleans. painting. work was the election of a secretary. Mr. Tuesday. He was coupling cars at Parks- Buys a 75c, 98c or 51.25 Miss Uallix Barlow, of Franklin, got canght between the bumpMk. M. D. Elmork saw the Danville E. D. Kennedy waa chosen and E. 0. ville and h who baa been visiting Misa Annie in order ers and was squeezed so thathe fell when Walton was made assistant, Euglenian, came in yesterday to tomato and wont it a quarter better. His weighed 2 pounds. Thus does Stanford that a representative shall be at the the slack came and his left leg was mashspend a week or so with Miss Kate Aled above the knee. Drs. Pittman, Caldagain beat Danville. Mr. Elmore also county seat to attend to the correspondcorn. ence, &c. It was the unanimous opin- well and Boiling amputated the member, gaveusBomo last year's apples bb nice Choice of any in the house. All New, Clean and Fresh. Miss Ella May 8adndkh8, who has ion of the committee that no action be but the shock of the accident was too Mrs. Arch and sound as they were a year ago and been studying elocution under he says he la going to have them on hand taken to nominate candidates for county great and he died at 12:45 a. m. His back Koblnson, of Danville, spent a few days offices till after the November election, showed bruises and scars and he mast next October, here before returning to her home at nrhinh is eminently proper. Let ns off have been injured 'internally. He bad Livingston. A copy of The Cream and Crimson with one before we go into another t. been braking for the L. & N. about four Misa MAnv Gabnett returned with published by the senior class of Central years and was considered an excellent Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Kice from Cave City University and bearing the imprint of MyTramp Aiiroad. Rev. Goorgo Dar-nl- man, being highly thought of both by For Fine Dimities and Linen Shade Lawns, worth 10c and is their guest. Mr. Rice came mi- the Richmond Register has been sent us tho elonuent divine of Frankfort, is the officers and employes of the road. and and nobody hardly with the compliments of Dr. L. H. Blan nus hia moustache holding a meeting at the Christian Ho was 27 years old and unmarried. Sevrecognizes him. ton, chancellor of the splendid institu ia eral years ago he joined the Christian and Emma tion. The issue is dedicated to President church. Uustonville. and while there e church here and on hia dying bed, assurMissKS Daisy Thomi-soJames Frye. Mr. Dar-sithe gueat of Mr. Smith, of Louisville, are here visiting J. V. Logau and ia a gem editorially and haa recently returned from an extend- ed the minister and loved ones that be Mary Smith, for a week, typographically. their aunt, Mrs. tour of the old world, and by Bpecial was going home to Ueaven. His remains ed 1 o'clock after which they go to Old Point Comfort Ligutninq struck a cabin in the yard request will givo a lecture at Hustonville wero brought here Friday at stay. or a month's 8 o'clock, and at 4 that afternoon, Key. J. T. Shar-rar- d Monday evening, 17th, at It don't cost much to dress nice Buys 3 Ladies' Vests JudokT. Z Morrow- waa down from of Hon. John Sam Owsley, Sr,, Friday next Tramp Abroad," which ho will preached the funeral sermon at the afternoon and stunned the cook, Yicie on "My cool if you take advantage of these prices. and keep Crab Orchard yesterday to hear the illustrate with many curious rolica from residence of his parents, after which, unspeaking. HesayB anybody who says he Turpin, who was also struck by Borne of Pyauspices of the Knights of the scattered material. The bolt seem- Oriental countries, eapeclally Palestine. der the is for free silver is a prevaricator and the admission fee is only 15 cents for thias, of which Order he was an honored ed to have entered the window, which Tho truth is not in bltn. Be sure and member, the remains were interred in Sacklby, of the Interior was torn out, sash and all. The woman adultB and 10c for children. to a descrip- Buffalo Cemetery. Great sympathy is Mr. Rowan listening was burned on shows a enjoy the treat of Journal force, was an InterestoJ visitor blister, and has the arm, which up. Two tion ol the famouB places of the earth by fell for his parents, sisters since been laid is a very enat the fair this week. He them and can give it and brother, to whom his sudden taking in the house at the time one who haa Been thusiastic young newspaper man and will other persona (away lean awful blow. in the moat pleasing words. were not hurt. Advocate, succeed. Mc-Kiul- ey POIXTS. Misa Minnik Kut'LKY la attending the Institute) at Danvillo. Mn. F. G. Pakhibii left Saturday for Now OrleanR to go into business. , Mies Mauy Uuhton, u Lebanon boau-tyHundley. ia visiting Mrs. J. S. Miss Anna Siiabi. of Atlanta, Iub been on n visit to Mra. Fannie Green. Junso.v Buchanan, of Chattanooga, la visiting Ida friend, Mr. It L. Hubble. Mn. Frak SuAHtv, an Anderaon county diatlller, ia thu guest of Mr. 0. K. Gen- PJMSOXAI, yesterday to Miss flail and recuperate. Laura Siieliiy haa returned to Arcadia, attor a long visit to her sister, Ws are ready at our new quarters near An Early Rose notato of tanltleBst depot. Noel & Son. shape, weighing 1 pounds, has been "laid on our table" by the raiBer, Mr. J. The grocery stores now close at 7 r. m. W. Holtzclaw. except on Saturday nights. 15 to 8. Trie colored nine of this place, School books, complete line at lowest JeBse Myers, manager, boat the Danville prices. W. B. McKoberts. baso ball club 13 to 8 at the picnic at Handiest placo in town to get coal, or ilustonville Friday. weiah your urain. Noel & Son. Contest. Messrs. E. II. Beazlcy and living rooms attach- James T. Menefee say the house will Store uousb with ed, near depot, for rent. Apply to Noel hardly hold tho crowd that will attend tho contest at the Oppra House A Son. m m KEEPYOUREYE Withers' Furniture Store And you will profit by looking through occasionally. An Elegant Sideboard in Oak, 7 Foet Tall. 4 Feet "Wide, With 14x24 Bevel Plate Glass, lor $10 00. I propose giving my customers, who have bv.cn faithful and true, unprecedented low prices this fall m m .1, . .i. . W. W. WITHEBS, 5 three-hors- - iMlx m B ,. f Fe-Uc- 'd. 95 r r3.5 spas' gi-Sg-SSg t- ,C . house-keepin- g, m m -- ? m to-d- -- iyn Ha-MB- -T aggra-vating- ly W8l'- ( -- i 3 m (Ukd lUHaiil oryu. Q-- 2; .- . Is t ! KH .fH 3 Boi y, Phaeton, Sorry or Buck&Dari, Wheat Drills, Land Rollers one-hal- B..K. WEAREN. e FARRIS & HARDIN, - -- ' m Courier-Journa- l, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. m m m Prices to Suit The Times, UNDERTAKING j. c. M'cxj&inr, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer -- 10-fo- toll-ga- te m Bro-naug- SHIRT WAIST. I con-tea- I2c. 4 SEVERANCE & SON. . heart-broke- n 1 , 4- i- -i adl -" i . jfltw i ir7mxmz-JM&sm.si- i sisjsjssssssss"ass Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal WAYXESBURG. The farmers are complaining a great deal about the weather being too hot to Published Evory Tuesday and Friday do plowing. aT -- Bro. W. R. Davidson did not fill bis YJCtvrt. a appointment here Saturday and Sunday. When not so paid $2.60 will be ehargedWA We learned that he was engaged in a pku ik advance K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford p. m., returning at 4:3 At 7:10 m- - a. m., and 405 nd 9:10 p. in. L.&N. " LOCAL TIME CARD. 3 13 a m 11 04 pm t 03 I No. 4, Train going North... " " No, 16. " South .. No. is, ti 37pm No.3i " pm it QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City at follow 11 cjpm No a North No. 1 South ...3 4 p rn ...1 co p m .. 3 15 a m !!. " , 3 5 o 835pm " io. ...600 am Notb. Not. 4 and 5 and 0 and 10 rub no fur her than Junction City All trains stop there. ' ' " 11.09 a m 11 35 am " ' 4 6 " " " protracted meeting. Mrs. Ellison Padgett is still very low. Mr. H. Singleton's family are all sick with malaria and chills. Mr, James Brvant, of Pulaski, was visiting his brother, the doctor, Sunday. A great many of our people attended tbecamp meeting at Kingsvillo Sunday and reported a large crowd and a good time. We suppose that is what moat people go to camp meetings for. J. M. Reynolds and wife are visiting relatives in Garrard. M. G. Reynolds and Joe Phelps, ono a strong democrat, the other a republican, went to town to gether Monday. We have not board of either being converted. forget. We also feel very grateful to the Odorless IWator Closets, Stanford people for their thoughtfulness Water Pipes, of us during our great bereavement. J. Tubs W. Adams and family. A Card op Thanks. We desire to thank the good people of ParkBville for their kind attention to our son, Charlie who died from the e fleets of an accident there last week. Thoy did all in their power to alleviate the Bufferings of the dear boy and after he died gave ua words of sympathy that we shall never Ad-am- s, Superior Plumbing! Bf a workman of J. Party. B. THOMPSON, 1 NOTICE r- ! Is a candidate for Congren In this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Frost-Protk of Por-cclainiBa- SAM W. MENEFEE ject Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subto the action of the democratic pa ty. Having bought of J. W AJ.ml hit fVl Pl.nl and goad will M, - Rowland. Kv.I will continue the . . ............ r jai Business ai said place w. 1. saup.ui.K3 will have charge of It as he is well known la that end oi the county. 44 J. B. HIG0IN8. I will lake all the hides t can get for cash Or In trade lor leather en court days al Stanford or 'at my home In Otter.- helm. Chas Knnalin, Tanner HIDES. GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party TO TJdJdJ LADIES Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. MISSLICCIt I1RAZLKY, Stanford, Ky I Ducklln'a Arnica Salve The best salre in the world Tor cuts, bru!iest sores, ulcers, salt rhtum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. XI positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is Iuaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price $ cents per box. For sale by V. 1). McRoberts druggist. Did You Ever. Try Electric flitters as a remedy for your trou bles? If not, get a bottle now and Eft relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly ad. pted to the relief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct Influence in If you giving strength and tone to the organs. nave Loss oi Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with D sir Spells, Electric Bitters Is the medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Only 50 centa a bottle at W. R. McRoberts' Drug Store. D, W. Fuller, of Canajohane. N. V., sas that he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery In the house and his family would not be ithout it, If procurable. G. A Dykeman Druggist, Catskill, N. Y., sats that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cougn reuuily ; that he has used it in his family lor eigni yea, sou 11 that is claimed for it. Why ree. failed to do all lone eried and tested. Trial not try a nn.edrso W. B. McRoberts' Drug Store. bottle free at Regular she joe. and Si. specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE Gilt edge reference in and out ol the State, Ask your Danville friends about my work. FRANK S. GREEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the,actioa of the democratic party. I am back from the cities with everything that is new and prcttv In the Millinery line, a visit la my store will convincu you that this stock Is the most complete. T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House tlutldlng, Danville, Ky. CARROLL BAILEY. DOC J. F. IIOLDAM tlRVI Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject 10 the action of the democratic party. B AHiE"Y" & DRYE, Proprietors SAMUEL, M. OWENS ject to the action of the democratic party. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, $& w WHBBj 0 Stanford, Ky. Oflie t P0YAL Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. First-clas- romnntio young lady as sho walked up tho platform to tho locomotivo and smiled on tho man looking out of tho cab window. "Yes'm," wag tho curt reply. "You bold tho lives of all tho passengers in your hands?" ibility?" "Are you tho engineer?" naked tbo It Arrived on Time. JAMES B. GENTRY EMMETT McCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party, Your support is eatnestly solicited. over McRoberts' Drugstore in the Building. A HouBOhold Treaauro. Is a candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln County, subHorses handled under Saddle and In Harness, ject to the action of the democratic party. Your s and prepared lor sale. rosdsters and support is earnestly sollcittd saddlers bought and sold on commission Good hall mile track and best stables in the country. 8 FOR SAXjE. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For Bale. Has on it a good, Dwelling of feix Koumi.and alt necessary outbuildings One yard hydrant and one for watering stock, also a splendid, never falling well, ror further particulars apply to J AS. P BAILEY, 4tanfoid, Ky.' it com-lorta- ITOEX, & SOIT, IN COAL, Corn and Hay taken Come and see us. "Exactly, miss." 'And you fool tho fearful respons- DEALERS M. F. EL.KIN POWDER Absolutely Pure.1 Highest of all in leavening Latest United StatesGcv-emineReport. ROYAL BAKING POWDERIOO. New York. der. thero in tho baggago car which I'm taking home, and I shall tako tho most extraordinary precautions to run this pownt "And you will will' ' 'Just Fa I've got a "I do." ' Near Railroad Crossing, East of Depot, STANFORD, KY. $3 dotr back A cream of tartar baking strength. . DB, W. B. FEiTOrsr, I Dentist, m : Stanford, Ky. Office on Lar.ca.ster Street, at Residence. been nine epidemics oi parts of the counirv in a which Chamberlain Colic. Cholera and Remedy was used with perfect success,Dys. Works Both Waja. entery, when epidemic, is almost as severe and "Gracious, Billy, I'm in a fix! You dangerous as Aslstic cholera. Heretoore the best efforts of the most skilled physicians have failed know I sold my old wheel and got an to check its ravages ; this remedy. has 189G?" cured tho most malignant cases, both of children and adults and under the most trlng conditions, "Yes?" which proves it to be the best raed.clnc in the "Well, my wifo got on to it, and world tor bowel complaints. For sle by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. qlamed if sho hasn't gono and sent off s Dial-rhoe- coward as to run homo when troublo Since 1878 there have began? Cincinnati Enquirer. dtsentery In different l am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will My little boy, when two years of age, was'taken very ill with bloody flux I was advised to use keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such as you want at the lowest possible prices for Cash. RemCbamberlaln'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Tho Lingo Too Ijfach For Her. Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, part of Ferry During the row, while edy, and luckily procuredand gave a itbottle. I care- Roller Mills. accordingly. J. U. IlfCGINS. fully read the directions 37 Staulcrd, Ky. tho visitors wcro wrangling with tho He was very low, but slowly and surely be began is now gradually umpire, Batsey took tho opportunity to to improve, as eter. Itecovered andsaved his stout life. and strong feel sure It sneak homo amid tho plaudits of tho I never can praise the Remedy half Its worth. I does not know am sorry every one in the world assembled rooters. how good It Is, as I do. Mrs. Lina S. Hlnton, Mrs. Ferry Tho idea! "Why should Grahamsville, Marion Co., Florida. they applaud a man who was such o For sole by Craig & Hocker, Htanford Ky. Ky. train safely into Chicago, Sunday World. " New York Six weeks ago I suffered a very seere cold; was Good, Clean, Cheap almost unable to speak. My Ir ends all advised In exchange. Noticing Chamber me to consult a physician. Iain's Cough Remedy advertised in the St. Paul Volks Zeitung I procured a bottle and after taking It a short while was eotirely well. I now most heartily recommend this remedy to anyone sutler, ins; with a cold. Wm. Kelt, 6;S Selby Ave., Hi. Paul Minn. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic parly. ICE) o I will from now on JOE T. EMBRY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. subject to the action cl the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support. drllscr the Stanford Faetary.l Ice regularly every morning, Price COAL I 100 Pounds and Over 40c por 100. All bills must C. G. Is BAKER Any amonnt between io and loo lbs al Ueln. positively be paid the first of each nth, E. IIKEMER. ilr. candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subjict to action of the democratic party. Thinking the Southern eud of the county is entitled to a slice ol the pie he asks your support. SHELBY & SHELBY, Com One, Corns All. And see the new Hats al Mis. Dudderar's Temple ol Fashion this week. New Legon. new Panarnts, all the new Persian effects In Flowers and Ribbons, Handsome goods but Low Prices Dress making done in the latest sttle and on short M. D. Dt'DDKRAk. notice. MRS. KATK DUDDERAR Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, Flrst-Clas- St. Asaph Carriage Co., -- - Kentucky. Stanford, fez?" FAIR WARNING, s Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Rates. A portion of your pstron.ee Is respectfully solicited. if fa. tea THK HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, hoier, We want to give these who owe us fair warning that we shall give them two weeks more to settle up with us, and if they do not came up in that time, we shall put their accounts in the hands of an olBcer. MEHSIIUN A GRKEK RESIDENCE FOR SALE. M. Resilience Heuse in Stanford, with store house on same lot, for sale. The lotioetains acre, and can I easily divided, putting storehouse and residence on sepdrale IjU. At reason able pr.ee ana en easy terms. Apply to I N SAl NDhKt, Stanlord, Ky Jjlf A gocd W. JOSXTSOIT, Is Agent for The And The J. : T. : SUTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lin-Fu- New York Lile Ins. Co. Aotna Accidont Insuranco Company. Hert and Most I'avorahlo F. A. AYEBS, i Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. s Guarantees lar. Prices reasonable, First-Clas- Freo Press. her sewing machine and piano bound to havo this year's make," Detroit A W. S. BTJUCH. Attorney PatoraI. lias bad work in every particu 13 years 91 3m expe-ience- . a i . ,7t ; V? M332-- 0, &JJJJ Stanford, v. -. House. Office on at Law, - - Kentucky. Offers his services o the people el West ll coin and Casey Counties. stock of Coffins and Caskets always on hand D. 6. Carpenter, Manager, 9J MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky.,atA per cent., semi an ntfal interest: n commission charged. Address GKO. W. PAW. Room 17, Kenyan Uuilding, Louisville, Ky. Fr blank applications and fur ther Information, inquire ol J N'. Saunders, Ats torney, Staatord, Ky. Terms el Insjrance' Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Collections receive especial attention. SS J. T. JOITBS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Sole BARKER HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 THE London. RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. P. B. BILEY. Proprietor, Th omas' Sarsaparilla Hay Rakes r ONIsY $14. WILL CURE -- Cooke's Ky. 1TOTICE T FOR- I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettat prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience d sired. Give me a calL yy FRANK R1LXY, John B. Cast'eman, A. C. Lanham cinnati. Farmer Now, I don't want to catch yon hero ngain. Boy No xnoro don't L Sketch. M.S. IJacghmin. J. W. Qokbn & OnEecuNT. Reduced rates to Newport raceB. One fare for round trip from Somerset and points north to CinPROrxiBTORS-- J. K. VanArsdale- Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, 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 Sr Keeps You Well. All persons desiring Locust Posts for plank fence, post aud ralllug or wue fence, can fiod what ther want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the tike leading from Crab Orchard te Manford I also keep always on hand a good supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building alsa boards and shingles All persons desiring sny article of this kind can call on me at store near Cedar Creek (J. W SINGLKTOV. juoe6,'96 j.tf proprietor Dean's Wack Disuond Rol I'alni Estimates furnished for Painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs Satlitactien guaranteed. All roots painted with Dean's lllack Diaraond I'aint guaranteed fur years Desltrs in best Cistern I'umps and Galvanised Iron Kilters, balvan-lae- d and llhck Iron Roofing uf all kinds, si tl pur-Io.e- s; FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD, KY. Two Farms For Sale. Farm No, i containa ajl acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which Is In grati; well watered, with good improvements, Including new metal roof tobicco bain fjr 10 acre crop. This farm la situated Iu what is pronounced the best district in Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comforubls residence house. Farm No. a contains 300 acres In same locality, Capital Stock-Surplu- s 3100,000 ..- - 23,700 IUCGHMAh. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. BERBEE S: QESTLEMS. Great meeting. Hifcb Bridge Camp. 2nd Camp Meeting, AtipuBt First meeting was a great success. Dr. Talmage has been invited. Low ratfe every day ol the meet-in2.3-3- 0. .McKlnley CJnb At Cincinnati Zoo. 1J fare from Lexington and points north. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-cla- ss s. lor rates. If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stabls. See us giaour MANAGERS, Philadelphia, Pa. Commerce Building-- , Louisville. Association. October oth to Oth. Ageuts Throughout the South. National Druggists' BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. first-clas- W. A. TBiIBBLB, local agent, Stanford, - Indianapolis, Intl. National Keeley League. August 18th to 20th. W. 0. IIikeaeson', G. P. A., Cinclnna The Mobile Register saya there are 25 million gallons of molasses stored in tanks on the Louisiana plantations and s work and satifactory Try our horse shoer. irnr, Sold in Lincoln county by barns. One of the best improved farms in the county. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. Doth farms are in fine slate of preseivatlon, well " Penny's Drug Store, watered ond fenced. Close to R depot, schools, market and on a line turnpike. " Craig & Hocker, inlormation apply io for J. N SAUNDERS, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. 10 Stanford, Ky, F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. ITotioe of Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. I Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. Ky.,will at the Russell Springs, iu Ilusscll county, on M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Saturday, August 8, 1S96, Yours for Health, Offer lor sale about Jamks T. Cooke, 200 Acres of Land, Including RusHarrodsburg, Ky. Salo Land, Attention of the public is invited to tho far that tbu is the only National flank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Uaak are secured not only by the capita stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor a amount equal lo the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of 1400,000, Fiva aworn statements of thecoaditlon of the bsak are made each yearto the United States govei. asnt and its assets are esamined at stated times by government agenu, thus securing additiloas and perfect safety 10 depositors. This Institution, originally established as the Deposit liank of Stanford In iJjS, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford In 1S05 and again reorganised as the First National Dank ol Stanlord in sSts, has had practically an uniotst-rupte- d existenceof it years. It is better supplied now wim isciuiiei lor transacting nusinsss prompt ly and liberally than ever before lo its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solie-It-d. an sell .Springs, 37tf Kentucky. CASH CLEARANCE SALE! Together with all the Household and Kitchen Furclture, upon a credit ol 6, u and i3 months, IMS sale Is Io settle the esequal installments. tate of A. M. Vaughan, deed. II II DUN II A R, Master Com'r Russell Circuit Court. K li I f f what to do with tho stufl. They cn not THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present On Saturday, August 29, 1896, throw it away for it will spoil and pol on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY Co At io o'clock, I will sell my FARM, contaln'ng lute the atmosphere; it cannot be turned of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further noOF STANTORD, KY., into the waterways, because the people 104 ACRES, situated about 5 miles from btanford on the Lancaster pike The farm Is iu a high tice. Come early and avoid the rush. President. Isaowfullyorganited and ready for business wits. state of cultivation, the land is good and well wa- living on theno courses object; the stuff William Shklton, story dwelling containing five is not worth barreling tered. It has a and shipping, and rooms, good stable and necessary out buildings Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. and a good orchard Terms. cash and no practical way of using it as fuel has I'rimary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegibalance due Jan 1, 1897, with 6 per cent, interest Surplus, . U0,000. ate Courses oi btudy. Irom day of sale The sale will take place on the yet been devised. premises. Schools of Music, Art and Elocution. W. T STONE. At San Diego, Cal., the jury in the liSUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL The Scholastic Year for 1696-- will open Monline of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and HANK OK STANFORD, bel suit of Dr. Joe 0. Hearne, formerly day, Sept. 7, and continue forty weeks. San Francisco. of Versailles, Ky., against the San FranPortland A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chil llcforo deciding to what school you will send Now closing up) with th stmt assets and under your daughters, be sure to send for our .Nov ..To the......... ine same management. cisco Chronicle, returned a verdict for dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. By provisions of its chaitcr, depositors are Cutulojruo. Address ai fully protected as aio depositors in National Hearne, giving him a judgment for J10,-0MRS.NANNIK S. SAUFLEY, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts Banks, its shareholders being held Individual Lady 1'ruicipal. itf damages. The paper charged that from A to EE. liaole to the extent of th amount of their stock ' Via The therein at the par value thereof, in addition to thi Hearne had murdered tho husband of Wc lead with the SMITH 8c STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND amount invested in such shares. It may acta eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, is fully tbo woman he married. lines for men and boys. sn individual. To those who entrusted their bulsincss to us Three Italians who had committed while rcnaglnif th Lincoln National Hank 31 two atrocious murders were hanged by a Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks aM trust they will continue to transact their bjtinest mob at Uabnville, La., Saturday night at fD) lOWfVlUt NtWAtgAMTtCHiCACORUI with us, offering as a guarantee for piomti ansa midnight lion to same,our twenty years' experience la PUBLIC SALE. the planters are greatly vpxed to know STAXT-FOH- D Th Directory ol this llaok is composed ol Forcstus Ileid, Lincoln county; , S. T. Hams, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Ilaughtnan,! Lincoln; J, S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A.Trlbbls.SUuford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Htanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.Ky J. H. Hocker, President; Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A McKinney, Asit. Cashier Female College. - Farmers Bank&Trnst 1 One-ha- ll GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selected 43-i- d 7 N0BTMW13ST 00 Only, Dining Car Route From XeOtJXSirxjc.r.E . Elegaqt Pullman Vcatibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any infonnatlon, address FRANK J. REID, ) ( K. H. BACON tr u. f. Agent Louisville '(Chicago. Be sure to call for Motion Route. YOCHXO&GO. Denver. St Pa. medical examinations and "local application" treatment ate abhorrent to modest women.They are embarrassing often useless. Thoy should not be submitted to until everything elso has been tried In nine cases out of ten, the doctor in general practice isn't competent to treat female diseases They make a branch of medicine by themselves They are distinct from other ailments. They can be properly understood and treated only by one who has had years or actual practice and experience in this particular line. This is true of Dr .thlef cnilting physician cf the ? yf, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buflalo, Is. . Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription, a remedy for all deiangements of the reproductive of women, has been in actual use lor more than thirty years. It cures every lorm of "female , weakness." The doctor may be a good old man, but even so, i the m CRAB kook Out for Our Centre Table! ORCHARD SPRINGS -- Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains Irom day to day, and if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. CARPETS, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. goods at iow prices. and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss listent with sound banking. NOW OPEN.- Present Engagements Give Pkom i J. Williams, Mt. directohi: Vernon; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Largest Attenise of J. 5. Owsley, Stanlord; banking and as liberal accommodations as are co. dance for Years. New Chefs, S J. Ecnbry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanlord; .'." Hew Uusic. New Ideas. or-g- tn June 1896. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. CUS HOFMANN, 3J" CHARLES WHEELER WRITE FOR TERMS. Proprlotor. J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A, W.'.Carpcnter, MlllcdgevilU, W.'H.lCumniiui, I'reschers III,, S. H. Shanks, President, J , Or. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. ilrUht, Teller. ..'f.t. m i ns..-fc- L