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THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATS Mleses Cora Uoooti and Rhoda ElliWatormelonsaro coming In, tint the Rev. L. M. 8croggs preached at the Hold a "Man Convention" and Pam RetO' 1'itions. bid small boys niHnrpeto steal one for ott, of Somerset, were visiting relatives of Baptist church Sunday morning. t Mac Wilany desire to belittle three every six aolil. The ollicera should tiy the former here last week, .Julto a number of Crab Orchard peoliams was here a few days last week. ple aUendod'the hop at Linnietta Springs who call themselves National democra's, to provent this by jailing r boy or two. (or they are all our friends, candor mid Tho freight tralnflon the L. fc N. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen and children, Friday night and wero treated royally. and 0., N. 0 & T. P. K K. bring Into of Mlddleburg, wero attending tho assoMr. George Harris is at home on a truth compe' us to ray tbut their iims ciation. visit to his mother. Mies Anna Austin, convenion PatunUy.jf'crnoon was not a Junction City every lny and nfjtlit TheSouth Kintuckv Bmtiet Associa- of Lancaster, Is a guest of Miss Lizzie very formidable ntln'r, though every tramps as tho as many dead beat thing was done decently and in order. Tho Beazley. pRBflenRera do pay passenera. Most of tion met here four days last woek. them are hunting work, others only sec- -! attendance was very good, though the The horse of CjI. Nicholas McDow- Wnun Mr. J. II. McAlis'or, the county weather was exceedingly warm. Cicero ell while hitched at the depot Saturday chairman, aro e and rappe 1 there weie Ing the country. I Wdy wheelmen Reynolds was elected moderator and Mr. took fright at h hand-ca- r There are several coming along jut3l persons prefen, hut tbey stragAiry Dunn, Win. Tros-ps- r, W. P. Martin, of Humphrey, e'erk. Tho and ran away tearing the top oil the bug- gled in by one? and twoi tpl there wero here now. Mrs. 51 from curiosity or otherwise when the Ira Taylor and MIbbcs Annie Trlb reports coming in from the various gy and completely wrrcking tbe toll-gaw v y,v'"Ni t VV7"VVVT wai reached. Of these we nlJ"V ble, Nancy Reynolds and Kllztbeth Kou cburche h composing the association show on the Lancester pike. Fortunately Col. ... - . JT4 .-i .!. wheili", which an increased interest in Sunday school McDowell and wife were both out of tho count 21 In sympathy w fth the third tickton are tho owners of et movement, but Secretary Penny they take great delight in riding in the work and a reasonable degree of spirit- buggy. SI Mr. Thorn is Napier has made a race claims 27 and we will not dogmatiz", ev: cool of the evening in company with uality in the different churches. The visiting ministers and delegates wero as fol- track on his farm and invited the people en if he had to count republican!. At K tbolr husbands and gentlemen friends. to Shelby City can boast of the finest lows: Revs. J. W. Kd wards, Parksville, of this community Saturday to enjoy 2:20, eolar time, Mr. McAlister read his W. Bailee and wife, Henderson, W. O. some plug races. The crowd was well authority for calling the meeting and expeach orchard In Central Kentucky. Sir. J. School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything G. M. Lane, a native of Ohio, bought tho Mllllkon, Somerset, G. W. Ferryman, entertained by plug hots ) races and a plained its object. in our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised uv Cash Kueeell Hill pUcecn the pike Newport, J.H.Martin, Dallas, G. W. mule race and have been invited back The election of permanent chairman old Martin Houses. connecting Danville and llustonville Saunders. Bronston, W. E. Foster, next Saturday. Mr. Napier made the being In order, AV. P. Grimes was chos a.t S with tho Danville and Stanford pike, Louisville, A.O. Davidson, Georgetown, track to speed some of his racers on that en on motion of Col. W. G. Welch. He acBjiuo six years ago. He now has a peach Mess.O. L Hall. Will H. Tibbals, Som- he expects to take to the mountain fairs. cepted the unexpected honor and exMini Maybelle Fayne, who is teach- pressed his thanks. Dr. W. B. Penny orchard which has an estimated crop of erset. A Dick, Monticollo.We have menAccurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist 1,000 bushels of peaches which, he easily tioned only a few of the delegates. There ing in Madison county, came home Sat- was then on motion ot Col. T. P. Hill . from new drugs and pure chemicals. disposes of at 1.00 per bushel. Mr. Lane were about 10 In attendance. Those vis- urday and will attend the institute in made secretary. Col. W. G. Welch mov- VJ fti j. raspberries! iting from Stanford wero Prof. William Stanford this week instead of Richmond ed that a committee on resolutions bo apalso ralstn strawberries, gooseberries, cherries, Shelton, of Stanford Female College, bo that she can he with homefolks. Mrs. pointed by the chair, who "moved" that blackberries, & nltimii. near, nntilpfl. watermelons, musk Miss Octavia Sizeuiore, Mr. Alex. Car- T. J. Culton (litertained a number of Col. Welch, Dr. J. B. Owsley, H.S. With'. mnlnrm nd all kinds of nursurv nlanta man, with his daughter, Miss Mary Etta friends Saturday evening in behalf of ers and William Stuart should compose W.T. Utchardson wai called to Rich, Carman, andson Owsley Carman. Mr. her sister, Mies Rboda Gilbert, of Madi It. Dr. Owsley declined to servo and left tnond Saturday by the illness of his moth R. H. Cox, a blind musician of Mitch- - son. Airs, isaac iierrin was overcome the house and Dr. Green Moore was er, Mrs. W. R.Richardson. Mrs. Mlnnlo ellsburg, rendered some delightful music by heat Thursday and has been serious- named in his stead. While tho committee was out, Col. Bernard and son have been the guests of during the noon hours and Wednesday ly ill since, but the doctor thinks she Miss Suo Calvert the past wek. Lieut. Rev. George W. Perryman, of Newort, will now recover. Mr. Ward Moore and Hill was called on for a speech and he There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a II. Y. Grubbs returned Friday from a and Dr. A. O. Davidson, of Georgetown family have moved into Aunt Clara Sin- spoke. He had never sought office and three weeks visit to relatives in Jeen-miu- o College, both delivered excellent ser- gleton's house. Miss Ella May Saunders, thanked God bo never wanted any here- few suggestions how to deal with "him" seems very appropriate just It matters very little whether you believe in the free coinage of Livingston, is the guest of Miss Lottie tofore or now, but he did went to eep now. atid Woodford counties Mr, W. mons. silver or in the single gold standard theory. There is a good time Dillion. his democratic record clear by voting for of L. Young and wile and little daughters, THIRTY- - THREE IN GA till A IID. men who stood for democratic principles coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. But Iva and Mary, arrived Satarday nlcht to SOMEWHAT LOCAL. To tht Editor ol the Interior Journal. Mrs. Judge John Moore and Capt. and not for those who are supported by it will not come this year; it cannot come; hence all honest people visit Lakcabtem, Aug 17. The many ad. The Garrard county colored teach populists, anarchists and commrnists. should be as saving as possible, and above all keep out of debt. W, K. Grubbs, 6lstera of Mr. Young. In Mrs, Delln Hall, who lias been so near mirers of your paper are glad to see it era endorsed the compulsory school law He could no more support Bryan than view of these conditions, will, from Leroy Oiborne. who attempted to he could McKinlcy, and bo would never this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no acdeath's door for several week, Is slowly towering abovo the rubbish and debris of the Chicago political cyclone, and acsault Mrs Ellie Simpson, in Garrard, vote hr the latter, who except on the improving. Mioses Onie. Maude and counts for more than 30 days. All accounts will be due on the first money question, stands fir every thing day of each month, and you need not hunt any further than his store Mabel I'ppington, of Lvxingtnn,are the submitting to the majority, as every dem- was held over till circuit court in 'J00. The thirsty peoplo of Richmond now oppoto.1 to democracy. When he had for guests of tbeircoualn, Mis. Onie Fink ocrat, who took part in the conventionx, the lowest possible prices on Groceries, Boots, bhoes, Hats, Dry horn, at her father's, Mr. II. 8. Glasecox. 1h under as much obligation to do, as he have to make out with six saloons, the concluded Col. Welch reported the fol- Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. If you MissfK Mayme and CalU Wlllinms ore H to fulfH any other obligation in the or- high license having closed one of the es- lowing resolutions which were unaniwant Carpet or Matting, don't buy till you get my prices. Statement dinary walks of life. No set of iudivld-mi- s tablishments. mously adopted. He then moved that visiting relatives near McKinney. will be mailed to you on the first day of each month. have a right to arrogate to themEd Harlow, a conductor on the L. fc tho Intkuiob Joins'AL be requested to of your account J. S. Gash wllcr, who is teaching tb Shel by City school, preached at the lUptlet selves a power and wisdom beyond that N. railroad, was thrown under the wheels publish them, that the people may know church Sunday morning nud evening. expressed by the majority. If they had of a moving train near Big Stone Gap their position exae'ly, and the convention stood adjourned. John Xewland, W. S. Hiltou'rt ttllclent such a right, party discipline and orgnnl-zitlo- n and instantly killed. Metal Roofing, would go for naught John Green Long, formerly of the clerk, took a holiday last week with relaBe it resolved by the Natioual DemoThe held a convention Highland section, died at the poor honee cratic Party of Lincoln county, Ky., in Mlai Lula Purdom, of tives In Ilurgin. Penlck Station, Marlon oounty, Is the here Saturday, and, in order to counter- last week. He was a prominent citizen mass meeting assembled: guest of her cousin, Mips Lilv Shannon. act exaggerated report that may he sont at one time and waB a brother of Rev. 1. That free men owe allegiance, not William Long. Mrs. Palmer, of Gtorgetown, Is visiting out, the following is given as a true stateto party uameB nor organizations, bnt to " Gov. Bradley pardoned Lewis Cofher daughter, Mm. Simuel Sinkhorn. ment and can be 'verified by affidavits Shingles Etc. the principles they are understood to from a number of good men: In all, fey, of Wayne county, sentenced to two Mr. Samuol Pollard and sons, Oliver, represent, and that when any political Charles and Kdgar, of Lancaster, are the there were 73 men present, '28 of whom years' imprisonment for killing the fath convention, however regular or formal guests of Mrs. Gyrus Dutton, Mrs. Pol are republicans and will support McKln-ley- , erof the girl with whom he whs trying may be its action, abandons or repudiates 12 were nominee democrats and will to run off and marry. Eight jurors and lard's sister. At the Invitation of Supt. these principles it theroby and at once suppoit Bryan. This leaves 33 third the circuit judge asked it. Jf J. W. Rawllngs, Prof. K. L. Grubbs atabsolves each member of the party it The prisoners confined in jail here tended the Boyle County Teachers' In- party men. They passed resolutions, en- k ' thus wrongs from all moral or honorable stitute at Danville last week. Prof. dorsed Cleveland's administration and were all taken to the Richmond bastile obligation to abide by its action. Scomp, lately of Georgia, Misa Butt, a sent delegates to the State convention. for safekeeping. Shelby Nunn during 2. That the democratic convention, niece of Prof. W. O.Grlnstead, tho con- They are good citizens, but the state- bis incarceration, literally cut the Gar- which met at Chicago tho 7th day of Juductor, of Yazoo Oity, Miss., and Prof. ment that they wero the embodiment of rard jail to pieces, making it unfit for ly, 1S9G, and nominated Bryan and Sew-a- ll .DEALERS in. T. O. Chorry, of the Bowling Green Nor- the morals, wealth and intelligence of the use. The contract baa been let for some for president and vice president of the' mal School, wore among tho visitors who community, is not true. Several of them time to repair the building and put in United States, betrayed the great histor were made honorary members of the In- are no better than other men, morallyi new steel cells and the work will soon be ic party it assumed to speak for, not more . and some were as poor as tho Bryan men' done. Lancaster Record. stitute. by declaring in favor of an undemocratic As to intelligence some of the leaders John B. Stagg slapped a mulatto boy -- K Painters buppues and Druggists bundnes. UNITED STATES CIVIL SEll VICE have been known to make very unreas named George Arthur, of Danville, at and ruinous financial policy than by eur rondering on every important public EXAMINATION. onable statements about the financial the Harrodsburg fair grounds. The boy question the positions in which the demThe Unltod States civil service com- question, and one of them went so far went off and brought two other Danville ocratic party has been entrenched for a mission has ordereJ that an examination as to say that he wonld not vote for a Negroes, Tom Bridges and Dave Bogie, hundred years. Jf DaMocnAr. and the latter dealt Stagg a blow on the Give us a call and be convinced. be bold by its local board In Richmond "po-plllst- ." 3. That, much as we deplore tbo necesside of the head with a base ball bat that 19, 1600, commencing on Saturday, Sept. neighsity of parting company with old KINGS VILLE. laid him out unconscious for some time. at 0 o'clock a. i., for the grades of clerk, friends, we can not for the The canning factory is in full opera- Stagg was cared for by Dr. Agnew and bors and tried deputy collector, storekeeper, gauger, Bake of personal association and atorekeepcr-gaugand roessengor in the tion now. Mr. McCarty tells us that be taken home as soon as possible. He will e tumour backs upon internal revenue sorvlce. Only citizens will employ on an average of SO peelers. recover. The three Negroes wero arrest- convictions, nor leave the old, beaten A stranger while attempting to jump ed and lodged in jail. Sayings. of the United States can bo examined. thoroughfares of party faith to set our for this examination from train No. 32, Thursday at this place, Tho ago limitations feet in the new and strange paths to CHURCH CHIMES. are as follows: Clerk 18, other grades 21. bad a closo call fdr his life. He sustainwhich the Chicago platform invites us. No application will be accepted for this ed serious injuries and Is now being Tom Bagby, of Maysville, is wanted of Mr. 4. That the administration examination unless filed with the under- treated by Dr. Thompson. for stealing a large Bible out of a colored Cleveland, and especially for its heroic Mr. Joseph Upthegrove while resigned, incomplete form, on the proper church at that placo. maintenance through tho Treasury Deof closing business turning from the camp meeting Friday blank, before the hour At Lawrence, Kansas, Peter Sawyers partment of the credit and fair name of Is Receiving his on Aug. 31, 1890. Applications should evening fell unconscious by the roadside. got two years for stealing tho Lord's the country, is entitled not only to the be tiled promptly, therefore, in order It is thought he was overcome by tho prayer from a neighbor. approbation of all democrats but to the that time may remain for correction if heat. He was conveyed to bis home in Rav. W. 8. Grlnetead will preach admiration and gratitude of all patriotic necessary. The commission takes thia Mr. Walters buggy. next Sunday night to men and boys and Americans. Miss White, of Lexington, wsb opportunity of stating that the examinahopes to have a large attendance. 5. That we approve the call for a State Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. tions are open to nil reputable citizens of pleasantly, entertained by Mrs. Roy last Dr. O. O. Smith died at Richmond convention to meet at Louisville, Ky., Give him a Call. the United States who may desire to en- last week. Mrs. J. O. Mclsaac, with her from the effects of the boat. He was a Aug. 20, 189G, and for a National convendaughter, of Chattanooga, is visitter tho servico, without regard to raco or little brother of the late Gen. Green Clay tion to meet at Indianapolis, Sept. 2, to their political or religious afliliatlons. ing her sister, Mrs. Pennybacker. Misses Smith. 1896, and we endorse the declared purAll such citizens are invited to apply. Nettie Ball and Minnie Leach, who have Rev. W. S. Grinetead doesn't want pose of these conventions to place before They shall bo examined, graded, and been with ua (or several weeks, returned any of his members to fail to pay their people a presidential ticket of gen certified with entire impartiality, and to thoir homo in Lexington Tuesday and dues because they haven't the money. the uine democrats on a platform of genuine wholly without regard to any considera- their departure was regretted by their Said he Sunday night, "thero are always democracy. tion Bttvo their efficiency, as shown by many friends. Mr. E. W. Creighton is poople who say they have every thing 0. That the following named gentlemen in the examina- in Kokomo, Ind. Ho expects to trade a except money and to that clam I want to the grades they obtain are appointed delegates to represent Lintion. For application blanks, full in- part of hla farm here for town property suggest that my barn and kitchen doors We do not propose directly to make you a present, but coln county in tho Louisville convention structions, and information relatlvo to at that place. are open at all hours and I will be glad of Aug. 20, 189G, to wit: Win. P. Grimes, if you need anything in our line, you can save enough the duties and salaries of the different Prof. J. H. Crow, a public school to take at market price any thing they Jos. H. McAlister, Wm.T. White, W. E. W. II. Millkb, money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice prespositions, apply to teacher in Clark county, reprimanded have to sell. That the members of this McAfee, Dr. Hawkins Brown.T. P. Hill, of Kramlners, Inter- two brothers Secretary Board ent. Come and see the many things we are offering named Puckett for whit-lin- g church do not pay their preacher and W. G. Welch and Goo. P. Bright, and nal Revenue Service, Richmond, Ky. bonches, and a fight followed. Troy other church debts shall be no fault of that all other democrats resident in Lin- H. J. M'ROBERTS. Wi-hou- New, Stylish and Cheap HUTS .-- Alpines, Soft, Fur, Cloth & Stiff .Jp-0.-i-A-- te H. J. M'ROBERTS. J. .... DRUGS AND BOOKS. I S I PRESCRIPTIONS 1 8 W. B. MoB.OBEB.TS. ,,cii,iicii,j cii.iitioioivici,i,iir,r0'i,i,2,irii,iioi.r' m'S Suggestive TalK on Haifl Times. James Fryc, llustonville, Uv Doors, Sash and Blinds, A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- - CRAIG & HOOKER. rugs, GVusTrvlcals, '' ''' YY - ji t CKls, Palroiis, t It j Pays to Deal with a Cash House. J'f good-fellowsh- ip or life-tim- e. RUPLEY, TflE MERCHANT TAILOR H. P1MN(& ANB SUMMER I Puckett struck the teacher on the head "Bia Fduit" to St. Paul. On account with a rock, fracturing tho skull. Crow of the Thirtieth Encampment G.A. K., drew a knife and Btabbed Puckett in the at St. Paul, Minn., September 1 to 4, the right lung and in the region of the heart. Big Four Route will Boll tickets at one Both are badly hurt, and it is believed cent per mile from stations on its lines. flint Puckett's wound will prove fatal. SO and 31 and August TicketB good going Sept. 1; good returning until Sept. 16, with privilego of extension until Sept. 30, 1890. 8eo nearest agent for particulate as to routes. The government coined but 18,000, 000 in Bllver prior to 1873. Since then there has been coined the sum of JOSS,-000,0- The South District Baptist Association, of which J. L. Bruce has been moderator for many years, 1b in centennial eeesion at Deep Oreok church, Washington county. Nearly 4,000 Baptists aro members of this association, belonging The greatest colored fair on earth at to 25 different churches, the oldest of Lexington. Queen A Crescent Route; which is 114 years. Two others have half rates from all points in Kentucky passed tho hundred mark by eight and Sept. 9th to 12th, on Bale daily during nlneyeara respectively, while tho remaining ones were constituted all the the fair and good until Sept. Mtb, to way between 1S03 and 1S91. Sir John Millais. the great rirtfsr. Jh R, H. Bronaugh's Kitty B. got secI dead at London. ond money again at Newport Friday. ur mine." coln county, who concur with us in the spirit and purpose ot these resolutions, are appointed alternate delegates to said convention. JoTAT COST, "a W. P. TATE, Stanford. HBMHHiH" BL.UK-GHAS- Mr. F. M. Lutes sends us copies o( Van Alstyne, Texas, papers, both of HERD OF THK which aro for Bryan and Sewall, as it seems by interviews most everybody is in DuroC' that section. The market report shows were selected cotton to be worth OJc, oats 17c, corn 23c of My Breeder breed of twine from tn beat herd In teveral different this famous lolcudid lot Ol ptgl Of dttlnreut KC wheat 50c, .pgs 1c and Irish potatoes 75. Stitei. A Bred towt a specialty. Satisfaction for tile. We also observe that Mr. Lutes, who guaranteed, lorreipouucncc lautucu. auuic went from this section, has been raised BRONAUGII, Crab Orchard, Ky to tho high dignity of a city councilman. S gX'HED HOGS. R. II. VI .; i l .' n A f - MHweBatMHtm J 4HV. wS"fcw TRADE ITEMS. EMI-WtEh- r ' H ft- -.. the Baptist Sunday school at Lima, 0., Phenol, 2:071, i pt to reach those figT. D. RANEY, Manager. for attempting to detain one of his schol- ures, and if Angle D., 2:07, is good she should beat 2:00. ars, is wanted. Hranch Stores: Alois Dinkleman, formerly in good Wiltou, 2:191, by Georgo Wilkes, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnceburg, fimtDcial condition in New York, shot now has the distinction of having sired -3 Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, aud killed his wife there and then com- two youngor 2:10 trotters than any other Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, Ky., a;re, viz: Reesie Wilton, 2:00, and Mo- mitted suicide. tbe gold standard. Tho last and only examination for quette, 2:10, both of whom carry and Mauckport, Ind. J. Milton Turner, the noted St. Louis records Negro lawyer and democratic politician, certificates of eligibility to the office of At the Versailles fair Friday Felici appeared before democratic State central county superintendent will be held Auana lroko tho track record for correspondent committee at Lexington and gave plans gust 21 and 22. Either boiub l!J w; by going a mile 2:17 and winAlex. Mnrtin.a Lesiie county repubworked the Courier Journal, or it work- to get the Negroes in the South to espouse :. ed itself, in an alleged dispatch from Bryan and silver. Turner was minister lican, bhot at Dan Sims when tbe latter ning her race. Everett Middletou's Stanford telling of a dtsperate fight here to Liberia under Grant. accused bim of Belling his vote in a race Mocking Bird won the 2:29 trot and Uncle Tom the 2:27 pace. between the silver and gold forces and The whisky men of Somerset are go- for school trusteo. van Wert, 0 , two brothers were Some vary fast one are owned in of the intense excitement that existed ing to contest tbo prohibition election At Are both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. 0! only, however, in the imagination of the although tho majority was 2,185 againBt accidentally killed the same day. One New York city. John R. Gentry, 2;03; We can sell you Mi writer. The band bill, which created them. The grounds are that the petition fell under a wagon and the other was Macot, 2.01; Direct, 2:051; Beuzetta, :oi 2:00J; Angin D . 2:07; Paul, 2:071; Henri such dreadful fears, wis only a modest was not in proper form and was not filed thrown from a horse. Mies Bessie Swain, a 17 year-ol- d In etta. 2:091; Lesa Wilkes, 2:00; Mies Rita, little card from Mr. John W. Miller, of a suincieni jengtn 01 time Deioro tho or Garrard, an original gold aemccrat, who der granting the election was made, and dianapolis girl, took morphine and died 2:093; PK 2:091, are all owned there. ,. Tom Yeager'a many friends here are has come out for Bryan, in which he that the questions propounded on the because she heard that her fellow was uciivcrca at your nousc. nave about loo bushels of rejoiced at his succesq so far this eeaton. counseled harmony and united action ballots were not in proper form. seen riding with another girl. SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 HU. FOR Capt. John Blassingame, one of the He gte most every thing he goes after against tbo common enemy. It wan in Sam Small denies that he said he Call and see us. excellent taste and ought not to have would support McKinley. He simply oldest and mest highly respected citizns with Jim Lawrence and Arthur W. At frightened even a babe in politics. The paid his Christian character a compli- of Spartansburg, S. 0., was shot and'kill-e- d Jacksonville, HI., this week he won with tho former and got second money with M' further charge that the tight is a peison-- al ment at the time he spoke of Bryan's. by a young Negro burglar. fill one here is also witbout foundation. Mr. Small has been through Kansas, Ne The Odd Fellows of Somerset Satur- the latter the same day. Thorn are few In fact the writer could not have gotten braska and Illinois, and declares that day laid the corner atone of their new better reinstiien than Mr. Yeager. more misstatements in a given space. there is a veritable silver tidal wave Jn h'jll and $20,000 opera house. The grand Miss Sue Dunaway. (.'aiiuhter of Mr loses prestige even thooe sections. On the 21st inst. The Courier-JournMr. master of the Statu made the address. John Utniaway, near Highland, died of among its friends by publishing such Small will have a joint debate with Hon. 15 tramps char Nenr Hicksville. 0 , hemorrhage of tho lungs Saturdav afterfa s fldatioDB. ed away the guests that had gathered at Win. E. Mason, of Chicseo. noon and was buried in the old Stephen1- DlALKKS IN The Enquirer Bays that not a man a farm bouse to enjoy a wedding supper Gov. McCrbary, like the true demo and after eating all tbe good things I roke aon graveyard Sunday. She was a mem- crattbat he is, has offered his services to reeponded to Ihecall of tbeNationnl de bfrof the Baptibt church and wua about the chairman of the democratic State mocracy in Pendleton, Pike, Floyd, Mar- the dishes. of age. There wan a bloody fight at a church U yenj central committee, to make speeches for tin, Letcher, Elliott, Magoffin, Johnson, The Kingsville camp meeting in county Sunday after ayne, Boone, Rockcastle and meeting in Elliott Bryan and Sewall till the election. If Jackson, drawing large crowds, over 1,000, it ia Sauiley, Hon. R. Laurel. Only three met in Whitley, 29 noon, in which two Whitt brothers and Gov. McOreary, Judge beln present Sunday, when Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of O.Warren and millions of other sound fn Henry, Bix in Mason, 10 in Hopkins, two Harrison brothers are eaid to have eight professed Banctiflcatlon. It will go Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' money democrats can accept and sup- 17 in Grant, 42 in Boyle, two in Rowan, been killed. Whisky was at the bottom on overSundav port the Chicago ticket, do you think you one in Hardin, 34 in Garrard, 20 in An- of the affair. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Mrs. Levi Dunn, of Sadieville, this would do much violence to your con- derson, five in Knox, 20 in Montgomery, NEW ADVKBTISEMENW. Bix in Bell and so on. The largest con- State, awoke to find her husband dead science, to follow suit? ventions werolield in Jefferson, Fayotte, with bis throat cut from ear to ear. It is believed that it was the work of a tramp Colson claims his nomination for Con Logan and Clark. A Lexington Leader man, who saw who gained entrance to the room through gress in the 11th by a majority of 1,500 and be is doubtless correct, although Pryor Foree the day the committee met, an open window. DEALER 1N- Everett Price, an L. A N. car inspecJohn D. White says he has been chosen Bays: Mr. Foree wbb not pleased with by a small majority. He is said to have the action of the committee, seeming to tor at Washington, dreamed that bis GR00ERIES, HARDWARE, carried Clay, Leslie, Laurel, Pulaski and be under the impression that tbe silver house was on fire, and in bis fright jump Casey counties; while Colson carried committee was trying to "shut him out." ed from a second story window into his TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, Bell, Whitley, Harlan, Wayne, Russell, But he Baid be intended to put up his garden, breaking his arm and otherwise To trade with us. Our goods are desirable, GLASSWARE, &c. Adair and Clinton. This leaves five $1,000 and fight for the nomination to a injuring himself. finish. He said it was reported that to hear from. Becond vote on the local option The more counties Thompson, his silver opponent, had put question in Scott county Saturday reeu!i Good Goods at tho Lowest Prices. Two or three of the counties instructed up nis i,wo last week, but he didn't be ed in a greater defeat of the saloon men for Gov. Buckoer for vice president. He lieve Mr. Thompson had put up a cent, than before, the majority being 74(1 would make a gcoJ one, but the slim and thought, moreover, that tbe action Georgetown and Stamping Ground votAnd service prompt and accurate. Give us a share of Be Sure to Give Hiin a Call. chance he ever bad of being one has gone of the committee was designed to give ed for license and Sadieville against it. your trade and we will convince you. Our consequence of his pres- Thompson a free field. in The steamer bmpr6es of Japan, old patrons already know it. attitude. We love the old man, ent In his New York speech Mr. Bryan brings news to the effect that tbe famous and would like to voto for him three said: The Chicago platform has been Tung FunBiang, in obedience to the imtimesa week for any thing he want?, if condemned by some, because it dissents perial command, has begun a massacre At Asaigoee ot Beailey liros. and Mn M. A. he hain't decided to desert us at this from an opinion rendered by the of all Mohammedans that be cornea Bcazley, will, on critical moment. court declaring the income tax acroEs. At Hsinfngfu be slew 3,000 busij fc&5&SaM&5 15, 1896 John S. Ruea hid a walk over Satur- unconstitutional. Our critics even go bo ness men and sold their wives and fe- TUESDAY, On their premises, one mile Irom Stanford on the day for tbe instructions for Congress and far as to apply the name "anarchist" to male children. Hmtonville turnpike, sell publicly the 1 Some remarkable work was done took them all in. Tbo result in that dis- those whoBtaud upon that plank of the ui mrs. pi. n. ncszioy in trict, the 3rd, is very much mixed, but piatiorm. It must be remembered that the L. A. W. meeting at Louisville. ArS 83 AORES OF LAND, Rhea's friends say Lo will win, even if we expressly recognize tho binding force thur Gardiner, of Chicago, won the pror e open, from a splendid And alio gold democrats put out a candidate. of that decision so long as it stands aa a fessional the remainder intereit in samo the K belcngingto Ileailey Uroi Two eighths of tho s Sir of a sec. remainder are owned Dr. Hunter baa the republican nomina- part of tbe land. There is in the plat- field in 2:01, clipping by other persons who will, at a tion and Gen. Hobson is running as an form no suggestion of an attempt to dis- ond from the world's record for that dis- ol Ulr price, convey their interests to the purchiser tbe above, aod the of is pute the authority of tbe supreme court. tance under similar conditions. Tom owned by a minor residue old.the Aremainder be q years independent republican. bond will given the purchaser that, on attaining her majorzl The party is simply pledged to "Use all Cooper won two national championships ity, she will couvey her interest to hiin same There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices at Our old friend, W. LaRue Thomas, the constitutional power which explorer, did rate the rest of the land sells. Also a tract oi Dr. NanBen, the arctic remains formerly of the Danville Advocate, has Qlia iLiAntj.. '13 jVCRICS OW JL,j.NX, o.miumucuoiuu.ur wnicn may come not find the north pole as reported. He made bis calling far Congress sure in the from ita reversal by the court ea his party are returning Bafe and Belonging to llearley Bros., adjoining the above. it may and 9th district and we hope and believe he hereaftor be constituted." Ib In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS laillH dwelling there any well, and bo claims to have reached a originally a part Ulon the Iran. ilVsilAl.o n and tract. wrs nominated disloyalty in He i will of election. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans andBlacks." Call that pledge? When courts point four degrees higher than any of bis Horse,2CovvH,20 Stock on the 85th ballot over a field of Bix. allow rehearings, they admit that orror ia predecessors. The latitude attained, aa iVcreH Growing Corn, CIO of at once and get pick of the stock. Ontn, poesiblr ; the late decision against the in- reported in tbe dispatches, was 80 de- O orBnrlojr, 2 ChornoWiiRonH, full There are no 3d ticket men in Madi not ITnrmlmplumonts, Aco. son. At any raie tbey didn't show up come tax was rendered by a majority of grees and 14 minutes, north of tbe new Terms made known on day of sale. ' one after a rehearing. Saturday. 8,d Siberia islands. J. B. I'AXTON, Assignee. by the papers, which Bee in determined to their point or shatter the party. We are depending, however, upon the good sense of the people and shall hope that when the final action coinea tbey will have seen the error of their way and will put their cross under tho Bryan and Sewall electors, who we predict will carry the State by a good majority. wild-eyed n, Gov. Bradley pardoned J. L. 0. B. Reld's Prosecutor ran second At 53-5- 0 PANTS, CLOTHING a life convict horn Montgomery. Detroit Friday. ! Stanford, Ky., - August 18, 1896 W. J. Short, a Harlan county preachA. W. Carpenter bought of J. W, TAILOR-MAD- E !j MADE TO ORDER. er, is under indictment for moonsbin-in- g. Allen 30 yearlings, at 3c. S. M. Owens bought of Allen & LyW. P. WALTON. A cloud-bur- st at DeHaven, Pa., caus on 12 yearling heifers at 3c. Gentry Bros, bought of Al Luco a ed six deaths and tho loss of much prop bunch of feeding hogs at 3c. erty. National democrats show no of If the Hocis. 75 nico stock Iiors for sale. Threo men were killed in a headmore strengh elsewhere than here, and end collision on tho B. & 0. at Torch G. S. Shelby, Shelby City, Ky. judging from the way the reports were AT- Hill, 0. inomasbtouo sold to Wilson, of doctored in the Louisville papers, with Three men were killad outright and Pulaski, a bnncli,of feeding cattle at 2 jc. balurdny, reference to the conventions G. SiO. P. Cecil's Lottie Loraine wnn four injured by a saw mill explosion at they are not very strong any where, the the 2:09 ngCe at Fort Wayne, Ind. Beet Navasota, Tex. third ticket movement will do the ChicaThe New York Times was bought in time 2:0S. go ticket very little damage In fact it Our firm has bought the entire wholesale stock of Shoes Hardin county men bought 224 EH Thursday for $138,000 by a reorganizamay do it help, for many who will vote Ik Bro. Knott will persist in raving tion committee. mules in Missouri that nveraged them for of Rosenberg, Flexncr & Mendel, Louisville, Ky., and that ticket, might go so far as to vote The big Woodruff block at Kockford, 40 at home. McKinley if it were not in the field. against the Chicago ticket in his Post, we will now sell you Shoes and Slippers for less money A C. S. train killed 2S sheep for Though we are convinced of tho unwis- wont he please do it in single column III., was destroyed by tiro entailing n than regular wholesale prices. No matter how little mon- double-column Kmbry it Campbell at one time in Juteis loss of over $100,000 promin-ciamentodom of their course we hnve no quarrel mattet? TuoBe cy you want to invest in shoes we can supply your wants. are so hard to read and they . "I A German who had invented a llr- - mine county. with the majority of tho people, uniting Ogdui won theSheepshead Futurity . nows-pape- r. ing machine tried to fly in it, when it This s the chance of your life to buy your Shoes for in the movement. Most of them aro hon- look so unseemly in an "J Saturdav. Ornament was second and collapsed and killed him. est, patriotic men, who feel outraged by Tho F. F. V. on the 0. fc 0. was de Kodermond third. what they declare are departures from P OLITICA L P OINTS. Bailey it Drye leave this morning for railed by train wreckers at Kavensworth, precedents and princithe established Senator Thurston denies that he ev- Va., aud one man was hurt. tho Liberty fair with tnoir splendid ples of the party. For such wo have er said Bryan was an employe of the silA vouDg American in Mexico killed string of horses. high respect, but there aro those among ver mine holders. EO J. K. & M. S. Baughman'ri stallion, three bandits in a fight and saved a pas! them who for the Bake of a little brie' ! ! A Bryan Club was organized at Rich-tuon- d senger train from being wrecked. -3 Nabotb, is very Bick, aud they are tjtiite notoriety have gone into the movement last week with 300 members. Col. Sesonbcrg, Flesncr & Mendel's Wholesale Price $2.7$; Our Prlco $2.00. Fifteen persons were killed and ma- uneasy about bim. and seek to advertise themselves at the W. 8. Moberly was elected president. J. II. Baughmon & Co. bought sevny injured by a destructive wind and expense of the party, to.whicb they owe 1.S5 1.50. Mark Hanna sayB he will make the rainstorm in Perry county, Alabama. eral crop) of old wheat from parties in the everything old backs, who but for the 1. 15. tariu tbo ifsueof the campaign, and will 1.50 -- Frank Hays, a base ball player, at- - Hubble section at 57c. opportunity would never be heard of furnish t'ae working men an object lea tempted suicide at Cairo, III., because he 5 1. 00. Thomas Hill Bold to J. 0. Johnson, again. For these we have more pity than son. o' Boyle, a bunch of heifers at 2jc and "struck out" three times in succession. 1. 10 execration, because tbey are only human .S5. Senator Gorman refused to accept While trying to jump over a lit'l-fir- some butcher stuff at 2c. and it must be painful to feel that one the chairmanship of tho National cam 75. .90 Col. Underwood sold to R. Cobb, Jr., John at Chillicothe, 0., has fallen utterly into innocuous desue- paign committee because the headquar75 .50. Uhrig fell into it and was fatally burned. a bunch of shoats at 3c and to Gentry Times and ters were located at Chicago. tude. The Courier-JournCharlie Butler, 10 years of age, died Bros, a lot of feeding hogs at same price. Tost are doing their utmost to show that Gen. Wat Hardin says that KenThe above prices are given to show the difference beat Glasgow from blood poisoning caused The Woodford Sun says John B. Saturday's performance was a tremen- tucky can be put down for the "old . time -3 by a wound inflicted by the fin of a cat- -' Embry bought of several parties threo Eh! tween our prices and the regular wholesale dous upheaval of popular sentiment, but democratic majority" and it is to be hopprice. We lots of cattlo 1,300 to 1,500 pounds at 4c. fish. it wont work. Either their correspond ed that for once be is right. can afford to cut those prices as we bought the entire Barney, Tip Brucu'a old favorite, has Two hundred people were drowmd Mr. Bryan says he read his Madison ents have falsified or they have made stock at a large discount. All our Shoes now in stock wc them, or else the Cincinnati Enquirer's Square speech because he did not care by tbe capsizing of a boat in India. Thous changed owners for a consideration of have put at the same margin as those boucht in this bit' reporters are willful liars. The holding to risk the errors which creep into re- ands were rendered homeless by the $1,500. Ham Brock will still drive and sN control the half mile track champion. floods. of the Logan county meeting before the ports of extemporaneous speeches. UJ purchase of Rosenberg, Mexner & Mendel. Wesley Simmonda committed suicide Caution. Since wb use nothing bt t day set was to give the cue for the other J. Soule Smith, of Lexington, the Wc wiil continue to sell Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, counties and the naming of every sound great "Falcon" of the press, is to take at Cadiz by shooting himself through the select wheat, and guarantee every pound j over ill of our flour, you should insist on having ZJ Carpets, Matting, Trunks, Valises, &c, at a great reduc- money democrat in the county au dele. the stump for Bryan and Sewall and his head. He was despondent I tion. Save money atrJ buy goods at the our goods Some other mills are grind gates, whether they took part in the eloquent efforts will be worth thousands health. Tom Hocker, a noted character of ing smutty and musty wheat. J. U. of votes. meeting or not, was for the purpose of Gov. Turney has called an extra ses- Covington, is wanted for stealing his Baughrosn & Co. magnifying thb movement and giving it Ed The pacing marts ate having a hot sion of the Tennessee legislature to meet mother's spectacles and pawning them tone and character. That there is much contest for the championship. Lottie discontent, it is true, but the disaffection September 7, for tbe purpose of enacting for whisky. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, Abraham Smith, superintendent of Lorine and Pearl O are now tied ht'.'iOUj. is not near as bad as it is made out to be laws necessary to prevent n threatened I Bklittj.k it as tbey may and print NIERiOiUOUML verse criticisms as certain democratic ad pa 2IORE NEWS NOTES. Wig-ginto- SEE OUR pers and all the republican do, the speech of Hon. W. J. Bryan at New York accepting the nomination for president is one of the best arguments for free sil ver and theBtronaestdefonse of the other objectionable planks of the platform that we havo seen. There are no wild oratorical (lights in the production, but for calm and unimpaesloned areumenta it will rank with the best of them. There are those that believe that "The Boy Orator of the Platte" is the man of destiny, and while they may be over zealous, fy can not be denied that for his ago ho is a moft remarkable one. SHOES SHOES SHOES ! m- - ANYTHING IN Unheard-- Bargains in Shoes ! Q H THE LOUISVILLE STORE. H o H m O H jJ , es d 80 up-to-d- ' Less Than Wholesale Prices. SHOES SHOES SHOES W t O H i- 3 e d al, Oi o M ra O 0 b oa m LOUISVILLE STORE. q deficit in the State treasury. The Ohio republican campaign was opened by a great meeting in Columbus. Senator Sherman and Senator-elec- t the principal addresses. Sherman's effort was a red hot argument for For-akerm- M H i- four-year-o- 3 ld three-year-ol- ds 1 1 UUAKANTEED $: I I Goal at 7c to 14c per Bu. BAUCHMAIM & . t J. H. 1 CO. 1 al FARRIS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. J. K. VanArsdale, -- Prices to Suit The Times. 20Se2SS3 (i)0i3Ai(ii) 25X2Sfem HIT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGES 1 Prices Reasonable, PUBLIC SALE. 1 bu-pre- SEPT. )gS5g50 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. i life-cita- lo 1 one-mil- 0! three-fifth- FOR CASH! ZfcTesrt a w Vl A tft For tle TJairtr m ZDa,;srs, s fcUC 1 re -- mmmmm V 1 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 8 1 M 11 T11 -- O- J f' d Stanford, Ky., Interior JouBifM. Mies Myrtle Huoiibs la dangerously ill of typhoid flux. Miss Ruth Ellkiison, of Pulaski, is atwill MUfcw ( THE TEACHERS. Coal. I will sell you Falls Branch o Coal at same prico you can buy good InSmlon Again Looking Handtome and coal for. J. B. Higelnt), Stanford. Happy. Jel-lic- tv: WE HAVE DECIDED TO Cherry, of ol Millcrsnurg Son. T Bowling Green, aa conductor. "Toiling the interest of his Land Sale. W. M. Fields, of Livings- on" waa sun?. Miss Genroln r.mrlo Youahould take your prescriptions to school. In addition to hia duties Mr. ton, bought yesterday of Mayor nr. J. N. aiding at tie organ, and Penny't drug store where prompt an J Popo has been presiding then Rev. S. M. elder of hia dis- Menefee his farm of 181 acres, three accurate uorvico is guaranteed. Logan real an appropriate chapter, made trict for somo tltno. miles from town on the Somerset pike, a pointed lltt o talk to the tf achera and It, Walton, who has been with for 10,500. Mn. T. And will sacrifice it in order to get rid of a large stock. PEUSUXAI, POINTS. prayed for God's guidance in this and all his brothers for three mounts and helped Everything a Bargain. Look nt our lino of gents' fancy whlto thoir undetUkingp. Mies Etta. Hki.i.k I J jot ia visiting rela- ttiein through the busiest of timea in Prof. Cherry then outlined the work tives in franklin. their printery. will leave today to resume shirts. Tho prettiest and cheapest in town.. Remember that goods go at ho expected to do and ssked the hearty Mm. Willis Adams, ol Mt. Vernon, biiBinesa in Atlanta, greatly to their reprices tlmt are truly cash prices, W. of the teachers. was here yesterday. From his gret. LI. Shanks. method and manner he seems to be fully Mm. 8 0. TiiOKHRAiiT returned to . pi CITY AM) VICINITY. 5 Nashville yesterday. 5 Notice. 1 have tho BeHr Creek pure alive to the importance of trie common school work and to tho necessity of going Mich Lena Hk.nti.kv, ol Liviiigstou, is HkStB l Solid silver tea epoous if) per eet at cannot coal at 14c pur bushel; also the visiting Mies Nellie Orndoitr. Danks'. Peacock lump coul at 0 and 10c per bush- at it right. Mies Lewis was chosen secretary, with Prof.E. R HY Mies Jknnik Lackky, ol .Lancaster, Shirts, shirts, Bhirts, at cash prices Bt el. Ofilce and yard, Mill street, oppo- tant, selections which Richie as assiswas the guest ol MIbh Sue Rout. insure that the Mill. J. B. Higgintt, Stansite Roller Shauks. clerical work will ho in competent hands. . . Mas. T 8. Fiutif, of Brodhi'sd, to the ford, Ky. .. Wk are ready at our new quarter noo' The roll call showed the following Dr. V. U. O'Jluntion. guistof .Mis. Suois A. Urbansky & Co. have teachers present: Noel A Son. MiKs JosKi'iiiNK Wood, of Winchester, depotbought out the big shoe firm of RosenMcsdamos Josephine Fagnn, Elba Balis the Kiieat of tho Miseea Grinstead. Phk.ccriition work done at lowest cash berg, Flexner A Mendel, and havo ship- lard, Maggie Fulton, Ada Creger Mies Lrn'a Ramwi.v, ol IMchmond, is prices. Craig A Hocker. ped a large portion of them to Manager Misses Aha Hicks, Annlo McKinney with her friend, Miss Dollie McRoberts. T. D. Raney, of the Louisville Store, who Ella Wright, Amanda Bishop, Mary Kay, Miss Hlock Hoole, of llustonville, is And Funeral Director. Say, want a watch ? Good time to is selling them dirt cheap. Georgia Lewis, Norn Kellcy, Li.zio visiting Mils Emma Hunn. Columbia get it from Danks, the Jeweler. Anna Gooch, Bettio Carter, Annie Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Huggy Robes, Spectator. Alex Babtin Bays the convention of Horse Blankets, Whips, &c Newest and cheapest line of stationery National Democrats here Saturday after- Dunn, Nor.i Hubble, Lula Hicks, Lula Mrs. Jamks A. Duudrkaii, of tho Gil in town at Craig and Hockpr'e. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford. Ky berta Creek section, has been sick for a noon reminded him of the conven- Adams, Mary Carter, Lillie Peyton, Lou Moore, Essie Burch.Vessio Anderson, May week or more. II andiiht placo in town to get coal, or tions that UBed to bo held bore by v n Miss Ella Thompson, who has been weigh your grain, Noel A Son. n -- o V the republicans, when half a dozen or so belle Fayne, Ethel Wright, Lillian Philn i with tho Mitses Hales, returned to Tine t men would hold a "maes meeting" to ips, Jennie West, Minnio Mundny, Minnie 3 5" n o New tablets and latest stationery and nominate a ticket. Eubanks, Nora Philips, Fannie Undervllle yesterday. o o wood, Delia Gooch, Mary Thompson, Miss Mamie Moons went to Louisville visiting cards. W. B. McRoberts. 3 Bryan Cluii. Messrs. D. W, Vande-vee- r Johnson, Maggie Sacra, Kate Bogle, Saturday to spend several weeks with 3 Buy the latest improved gasoline stoves lt o an ' J Mort Roth well made ringing Eilio Wright, Ida Clark, Pearl Philip-- , her home folks, n n 3 :: ST f price. speed ) before the Bryan Club at Gosh- Rachel of W. II, Wearen A Co. at Bradslinw, Kate Hays, Mary Wil Mrs. Gov. Bradley and Miss Ohris-tin- o 3 r en Saturday afternoon. A good crowd son, Mattie Sacra. were hero yesterday returning from 05 R? Stork nousK with living rooms attachpresent and the membership was 3 3 CI m Messrs E. L. Grubbs, Logan Hughes, Rock Castle Springs. ed, near depot, for rent. Apply to Noel wai c inci eased to 53, which includes almost N. W. Hughes, G.W. Curtis, R.W. Hunn, o MiesES Amiirosia Thomas and VirginA Son. n . every voter in a radius of three- miles. n c visiting W. R. Swearingcn, George R. Tubbs, J. ia Robinson, of Louisville, are in New and elegant line of Glassware and in M. Acton, Jacob Elder, E. B. Ritchie, El Mrs. W. H. McRoberts. m W. Bklden, who carriea the Mil. J. A bert Young, A. M. Warren, O. K McClurc, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Alcorn, alter a (Jueensware just received at Warren mail between this placo and Kingsville, 5 rs -- 3). L. 0. Gooch, Win. Bast in, P. W. Shutts, visit to llustonville friends, returned to ShankH. w aska us to say that bis schedule is as folQ. Greensburg yesterday. J. M. Acton, II. S. Young, J. T. Roberts, : We will close out our entire stock at lower Leave Stanford at 7:45 a. m ; H 3 g n. T. II Singleton, C. M. Young, Dii. Oscar Koch, of Stanlord, was the cost. Can give vou a bargain in any- J, 2. at Kingsville 12:15 v. ji ; leave Miss Blain announced the committees guest of his friend, Charley Renner.Sun-diy- . thing. W. H. Wenren A Co. Kingsville at 1:15 and arrive at Stanford Si 3 ' S- - 3 Q. B B8 follows. Committee on Program, Corbln Enterprise. 3 C n n o X We handle all grades of coal and wil at 5.45. Ho will carry passengers either Misseo Pearl Phillips and Lula MisdamksJ. W. HocKKK and J. E Hicka and n H till jour houses at aa low tlgurea as any way for 50 cents and packages for a small Messrs. E. L. Grubbs and G. W. Curtis ri Huffman, of llustonville, spent fuvornl , amount. -V) r body. Noel A Son. to act with instructor; Committee on ResR days with Mm. George II. Cooper p 3 O P n 5? Party. Little Miefcts Katherine and olutions, Mrs. Fayn, Miss Kate Bogle 3 - in The L. A N. has itHiied orders prevent Mr. W. M. IlKwiw.of Tine Mull", Aik., aSarah Baughman gave a delightful party and Messrs. L. R. Hughes, II. S. Young CQ who is on a visit to his mother, Mr. Su- ing the issuance of permits on f'eigbt n n to tub! their young friends at Mr. M. S. and T. II. SiDgleton. 3 p p Naming ol san iiewet, was in to see us yesterday trains. So if you rid, you'll ride on a 3 ' country home cr Baughman's handsome n C wao followed by enrollment of Mr. Bkhhyma.n Mcoiie, of Temp, who passenger train from now on. era Friday evening. The delicacies of the teachers. After roll call p' m i.i.i.n Dr Shelton gave is visiting his brother, Dr. Green Moore, P c p The Mexican Veterans will meet at season were dispensed and everybody had some words of encouragement to the G at McKinney, w hero with him Satur7? p iai Greensbuig Sept. 23 rd nnd Mr. L. C. Al- a good time. The young ladiea proved teacherp, after which n O day. institute adjourned in -"" 5' corn says l fg preparations will be made themselves cnarming hostesses and en- till 1:30 i. m. a-Mm. Aral RoiiEhTsoN will give, n a ' Retrospection Party" next Wednesday to entertain them, whose number is rap- tertained in a manner that would have In the afternoon Messrs. Cherry, 70 beou creditable to persons much older. Thompson, Young, Ritchie and Hughes c- night in honor of Mies Dunlap. Advo- idly growing smaller.. . c . Si" o-- 3 O re cate. Fair. Aneilort is being made, which The Columbia Spectator compares the discussed school management and Mr. J. R. Nunnkllkv, traveling in cog Mr. W L. Evans pays will oe highly suc tomato Mr. M. D. Elmore gavo us with brought out some good points. If you haven't bought you a new Col. T. P. Hill delivered an eloquent by the removal of hia beautiful cessful, to have a fair, at llustonville one it heard ot in Adnir, which it says came up yesterday to ho his par about Oct. A greater part of the stock weighed four pounds. Come now, ye address, in which ho not only welcomed ents. has been taken and many liberal prem- accomplished prevaricators, no hearsay the teachers to Stanford but to his own Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Boole, who have iums subscribed. evidence is taken in this court. Tell on- home as well. The prettiest of the secretaries contribvisiting friends in llustonville. and been ly what you havo sion yourself before J E. Carson, chairman of tho demo you try to take tho championship from utes the following: Lancaster, returned to New Orleans Now is your time. They are going at prices in the reach of all. cratic county committee, says he opposed Lincoln county in raising big tomatoes Timo with hia wheel It will soon be time to use has rolled in upon us another year. LinMrs. R. R Gentry and children will a primary election for the nomination of or any thing else. coln's luminaries have again invaded move to McBrayer, Anderson county, a Congressional candidate, but a largo Grkat Scots Bosh Davison ia said to Stanford and the atmosphere is filled week, so as to be with her husband, majority of the committee favored it and this he readily yielded, as he alwaya submits have made u speech three hours long in with irrideecent zigzag tUshes of lurain-ou- s who la located thetu. Garrard county last week. Those who smartness. Mifs Mary Davimh Doddsmu left to the will of tho majority. know tho ability of tho "Gray Gelding" And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices 111 , It does one good to see the smiling fayesterday morning (or Bloomingtou, According co a report sent the Cour will wonder what on earth he could have before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. ces at the institute. They look as if they where she will remain several months from here there are only It) been talking about all that time, though had indeed "flung dull care away" and undercharge of n specialist. men here ft ho will vote tho 3d ticket. tbey know that like history he repeats nil feel that it is good to be here. MlSBIH AO.NKS AM) GERTRUDE PB.NNV The interviews coutuin such names an A. himself over and often. "Job Lota" The institute beinc fond of fruit HVCKEH came over from Kingsville with C. Sim, Jofeph Layrence, Win. Bramley should bear in mind that brevity is the Imported a rare little Cherry. Wallaou Walter Friday and while hero and other outlnndtsli ones not known son of wit and not try to tell his hearers This ia why the girls look shy paid this otllcen pleasant call. And seem so lithe and merry. here. all he doesn't know at one time. Uh. J. F. Peyton went to Crab Orchard Springs Friday and Mr. P. M. McRobert8 UA TIUMOXIAL MA TTEUS. All roads lead to Liberty this week John Sori is again loosing thro' bars. well pleneed with his other stay and mOHt of them will he crowded with Ho was arrested by Detective T. R. GrifWiisso Frank Hancock, of Fleming county, there that he went back with him. the vast throng tlint will attend the Casey fin at Rockwood, Tenn., where ho bad has married his sixth wife. He is 70 and been working in an obocure capacity in Mrs. l.i'cv Gardiner, of Mipscuri, and county fair, which begins years old and has children. Mrs. Durham, who have been visiting continues three days. If nil go from an iron foundry since he was indicted for Ben Allen, a youth of 17, and Mies Mrs. W. II. Underwood, went up to Crab Stanford who say thoy will, it will be suborning perjurv in the Scott Jackton Alice Swift, just 14, eloped from New. monstrous dull for thoso who are left to case. He made no protest, but qu etly comb, Tenn., and Orchard yesterday to Btay a few weeks. were married. ol Crab Or- take care of tho town. Mies Maooie Buchanan, submitted to the handcuffs and was takCharlie Harris, 21, and Mrs. Mary chard, and brother, John, of tho LouisWhile the delegates from here were en to the Newport jail. FolkB here who Woodson CS, and twice a widow, were ville Times, who is at home for a few attending the U. B. F. meeting at know him are satisfied that he should married at Minneapolis, Minn. A granddays, wero here on their wheels Saturlast week all of them were rob- never have been released from tho peni- daughter of Mrs. Woodson, acted as best day. bed, W. F. Atkins of a pocket knife, Joe tentiary to which he was sent for life for lady Probably the youngest married couMrs. W. M. Brioiit, Mre. Elizabeth Reid of a sliver watch and Jamea Car murder committed in Casey county. McAlister, J.S. Hocker and 11. T. Buah ple In the United States are now living penter of 2 75. A thief entered their left yesterday to attend the Stato conven Ia Hk Playincj Giuzy? There baa in Tennessee. Olaiborn Lawson Bged 14 as well as those of several others, tion of the Christian church at George room, been a wonderful change in Anthony years, and Annie Kane, aged 13, were and made the haul. town. Alcorn during the last few days and it is married about three months ago, Tbia Bruce, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ik all of the people wore as economical the belief of those who see bim moat young pair live in a cleft or bole in a L. A. Weimerand the little eon of Mr. about all things aa Mr. John Bright, (red) that he is playing crazy. He has hereto- bluff on Cumberland river, four milea and Mrs. E. L. Rtinhart are very ill. and Squire W. L. Dawson are about fore been very talkative and alwaya glad from Huntsville. The former has flux and the latter chol knives and shoes, respectively, it to see visitors, but now bo refuses to Louisville, Ky , Aug. 17. Miss Ethera infantum. wouldn't cost much to live. Tho former, speak and takes no notice of those who yl Beazley and Dr. W. S. Beazley were Miss Vibciinia Broaddub, who has who always has a knife that will shavei call on him, Ho spenda most of his timo married here at 10 o'clock. E. W. Smith. been the guest of ber cousin, Mies Sue baa bad only four daring the last 35 in bed gazing at the top of hia cell. A courtship extending over a year Rout, for several months, left Saturday years, while Mr. Dawson weara daily a Jailer DeBord says the change came all morning for her home at Rich Hill, Mo., pair of shoea that have dono him service of a sudden and that be is not aa good a and marked with but few billows in its much to the regret ol tier maoy menus for 16 years. prisoner as ho waa before. The Negro's amooth and bappy course, came to a here. mind may not be very strong but it ia not glad consummation yesterday when Dr. Growinq. Mr. Robert Edmiston, one Tub Columbia Spectatorsaya Mr. E. A in aa bad a condition aa be ia trying to Walter S. Beazley, of Lancaster, and Miss Whlto and sister, Mies Mattie White, of tho best domocrata in tho East End, mako the public believo. Ethyl May Beazley, of this place, wero v was here Saturday and was a spectator at 9 wero at the fair, and adds: There arc united in the holy bonds of matrimony. Soitu men are hard to discourage. J. The couple accompanied by Mr. James few better iudgea of a horse than Mr. the National democratic mass conven White, and the association was not very tion. Ho BayB that the Bryan Club at A. McKee & Co., the Kingsville nursery- Beazley, a brother of the bride, and Mr. Crab Orchard now numbers considerably men, are of tho sterner stuff which Samuel Harris, of Lancaster, took the lone in ilnding it out. W. J. Howbli. and wife, of Leb over 200, or more than tho voto given causes them to laugh at mishaps and pick 3:15 train to Louisville yesterday mornCait. anon Junction, spent several dayB with Gen, Hardin in November last. Dr. Pet-t- their flints nd try again. They have GOO ing and were made one by Rev. 0. E. la making a capital president, bo acres of land. Three yeara ago tbey lost Mr. Bnd Mrs. William Rico. Tbo cap Powell in tho parlors of the Fifth Averecovered from the in says, and is inducing n number of repub- thoir orchard by tho freeze, for which nue Hotel. The doctor ia a rising young tain has about juries ho received In the wreck near licans to leave the g. o. p, aud stand sol- tbey bad refused S30.000. Two yeara dentiet, popular and proficient, and his idly for Bryan and better times. ago, their sirnwuerry crop was ruineu bonnio bride is pretty, bright and cultiJunction City last wee. by the May buow and frost; the paBt vated, aud loving each other as they have Joseph Ballou, who camo down Dr. While having some land on his place spring it was destroyed by tho drouth. given every indication of doing, they are from Mt.Vornon yesterday, said he kuew . ol but three third party men in RoekcaB-tie- plowed the other day, Mr. Will Sever- They tried cultivating blackberries and bound to be happy. Though bearing And you will profit by looking through occasionally. way the doctor who has ance found a brass fife that was evident- by actual count lost $2.10 in cash, besides tho same surname they are not closer reBy tho the prohibition ticket is for ly used during the war. The soil haa not their work and trouble. On two acres of lated than 5th cousins, and there was no been voting 7 Feet Tall. 4 Feet Wide, With years and it is onions which the drouth cut short they objection for that or any other cause to An Elegant Sideboard in Oak, been turned for d Bryan and froo silver this time. 14x24 Bevel Plate Glass, for $10 00. Tiik Barbourville Experiment aays: probable that tho last tune played on only got 12 more than the fertilizers cost, tho marriage, the couple simply preferd I propose giving my customers, who have been faithful and We congratulato the Stanford band on the instrument was a National air in the price having fallen from $1 a bushel ring tho romance of going to the city. low prices this fall. Becurlng the aervlcea of Prof. F. R. Lang. those dark days of battle. Mr. Severance to 30c. Yet with all this Mr. McKeo The Interior Journal holds both of la of a fifest himself, will writes: "We are not a bit discouraged. them in high regard and hereby bestows He baa been inetructing the band at this who somewhat during the past air months and have it polished up and will use it when Wetrade trees for work and are going upon them Its eincerest blessing. place ,uhBro Droved himself not only a he feela like keeping bis neighbors awake ahead. We have 150 acrea of new orMatting, Wall Paper, Eliza Evington, for 47 yeara a Shak- Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, musician, but an excellent J or driving ofl tbo varmints that give hia chard, some of it ready to bear by anoth er, died at Pleasant Hill. &c, Stanford, Ky. ben roost so much trouble. er season." gentleman. Rav. Cadbsman Poi-k- The Lincoln County Teachers' Initi-tut- s Coal. If you want ua to fill your orentertain met jesWrday a 10 o'clock and waa Thursday evening In honor ol Mies ders pleaBe aeo that they come straight. New building opposite depot. Noel A called to order by Supt. Mls Knte Blain, E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Hallio Barlow, ol Franklin. who introduced Prof. T. O. , College, Is hero In T tending the Institute. Auoubt 18, 1896 Tub Miseea Alcorn r t t BELOW COST! CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK W. H. W EAR EN & ; CO. m UNDER itiS .$ 1 X!" fk - tlf, 0t XHTCXiARir, Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmer Pet-tu- s, m ' I Ua.-ch- o o one-hal- m m - . " ar-ri- " 3o t- --- 1 ( ... s o t- -r I c r com-mitte- n o c - -- -d mous-tach- e, 1 Boi y, Phaeton, Surry dp Biickboaru, yee-terda- y. ever-rtvolvi- Wheat Drills, Land Rollers h I I "" REMNANTS B. K. WEAREN. "' n i liar-rodsbu- rg of Fine Wool Goods for School Skirts for Children at Half Price. ve-r- SEVERANCE & SON. ua KEEPYOUREYE Withers' Furniture Store W. W. W1THEBS, truejuri-precedente- 30-od- first-cla- ss k, ., -. - Tm- t- tu JL i - jt V Semi-Week- ly it " Interior Journa AT No Retires For Illm Then, The Methodists at Somerset are already preparing (or tho annual confer enco to be held then, Sept. 10. Quexn & Ohkecknt. Reduced ratrs to Newport races. Ono fare for round trip from Somerset and points north to CinMcKinley 0lub. At Cincinnati Zio. Ij Loxington and points north Great meeting. High Bridge Camp. 2nd Camp Meeting, August First meotioR was a great success. Dr. TalmoRO has been invited, Low rates every day ol the lueut-Ifaro from 23-3- 0. n CTOXX. & SOXT, J. B. THOMPSON, for Congress in this, the Eighth of the Democratic NOTICE! Having bought of J. W Adams his Coal Plant and good will at Rowland, Ky .1 will continue the W, T. SAUNDERS Coal llusiaess at said place will have charge of it as he is well known In that end ol the connly. 44 Publlehod Every Tuesday end Friday DEALERS IN COAL, lcpot, It a candidate District, subject to the action Party. 32 PER YKA1UN' ADVVNOK MpWhen not sopaid Near Railroad Crossing, East of STANFORD, KY. SAM MENEFEE sub- J. n. HIOOINS. 32.60 will be charged; cinnati. Good, Clean, Cheap.- .-- ..Corn and Hay taken Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, In exchange. Come and see us. ject to the action of the democratic paty. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. in., and 4:05 p. m returning at 4:3 P- - " -- nd o: P- - m- L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ;' . nlmmmmw re 'xc ; 111 No,t. No. No. ft., No. M. Train going North ' ' South 15, " 3 3 11 04 1 03 " " 37P m pm mi h . . COAL CALL ON I GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party vri" uk ' th hldc ' ctn K(t for cash or In trade lor leather on or at my home In Otten-helcourt dsjs at Stanford Chas. Knp.lin, Tanner T7Q Pin niL0. TO thuiott THE IiADEES I .5- - QUEEN &CRESCENT. Train past Junction City a$ (ollowi: ...3 No. 1 South J.07 p ra No North 41 "Now, Johnny, go nnd wnsli your ft'. pm face. Auntio will call this afternoon. " Philadelphia, Pa. National Drupgiets' "But what if she doesn't call?" Association. October oth to 0th. Brooklyn Life. National Keeley Indianapolis, Ind. pm I am still ngent for Falls llranch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such as vou want at the lowest poistble prices for Cash, Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, opposite Roller Mills. J. U.IltOUlNS, Is a candidate 'or Alienor of Lincoln county, Stanlcrd, Ky. subject to the action oi the democratic party. 37 FRANK S. GREEN I am back from the cities with everything that Is new and pretty in the Millinery line, a visit to my store will convince you that this itock Is J. F. Is a HOLDAIII M. complete, Elegant lint Linens and Embroidery Material. MISS L1CCIX IIKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky " ' 11.09 3 am " am ' 4 . p m " 10 " 9 Nos. 4 and 5 and 0 and 10 run no fur-hNOT- -. than Junction City, All trains stop there. " ti.3f 3 35 6 " " ...1.00 ...3.1$ pm A Dialogue of Today. That ho resided in tho country was proclaimed by tho sizo of his gripsnek o nnd by tho utter nbsenco of cntonto between tho bottoms of his troucor-dial- League. August ISth to 20th. W. O. RiXKAHSON, G. P. A., Oincinna F.G.BRADY, STANFORD, KY., general-repairing. candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject kO the action uf the democratic party. A. S. PRICE, ti,0. akP POWDER Absolutely Puro.l A cream of tartar baking pow- sers nnd his shoo tops. Ilohnd taken his stand in tho middlo of tho cable car tracks by tho sido of tho treasury nnd nfter waiting a few minutes called "Hi, thcrol" to gamin who was crossCo., ing tho street. Froe PlUa. & Co., addrass Send "What's chasiu yer?" asked tho boy, Chicago,your get a tree to H K. llitcklen King s sample box of Dr. and Ky. who was a painful reminder of tho New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are of jnveuilo courtesy. of conttlpation WARNING, -- a "Ain't uothiu chasiu mo. What I particularly etfectlvs in the cure and liver troub ear and sick headache. For malaria They are want to know is how ter git a Four- les they have been proved invsluadle.every deletee want to give those who owe us fair warning guaranteed to bepcrfectly frte from teenth streetcar." and to be purely vegetable. They that we shall give them two weeks more to settle rious substance easy. Yon jes' stnud right do not weaken by their action, but by ipvlng tone up with us, and if they do not come up in that "That's ooweis grcauy to the still, an you'll git it. You may git it system.stomacn snutiie 35c per box. inviKori W. time, we shall put their accounts in the hands of Sold by Regular an ottictr, MKIISIION OKHEK, in tho neck, but you'll git it." Wash- II. Mcltoberts, druggist. ington Star. All Froo. CARROLL OA1LEV. DOC PRY! Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only sj Cents. Is a candidate for .sheriff of Lincoln County, sub Tor Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of ject to the action of the democratic party. The bett salve in the world for cuts, bru'ieir all kinds, Madge, Dog License Checks, Key Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- Kings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and Shop over M. D. Klmoir's store, lluildmg. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, $o cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is Stanford, Ky. at positively luarantecd to give perfect satisfaction or mon7 Is a canJidste for Astctvor of Lincoln County, refunded. Price t$ cents per box. For ssls by subject to the action of the democratic party. W. B. McRoberts druggist. Your support is earnestly solicited. i Bucklln's Arnica Salvo SAMUEL OWENS Burgeon Dentist, wHfflHR W Stanford, Ky. N? EMMETT McCORMACK 211. St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, FOR SALE. F. ELKIN FAIR Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln Countv, subject to the actisn of the democratic party. JOE T.EMBRY Is a candidtte for Assessor of Lincoln Couuty. subject to the action cl the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support. Desirable Suburban Heme, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For 8ate. Has on it a good, com fottabla Dwelling of bis Rooms, and all necetssry outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa tsrlng stoek. also a splendid, never falling well. For futther particulars apply to J AS. V 11A1L.F.Y, )& Stanford, Ky. i A-- ICODo I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory,! Ml. C. G. RAKER Ice rrgul.il every rooming. Price In Kentucky. Stranger Aro you the editor? Editor Yes. What can I do for you? Stranger You printed tho obituary in yesterday's issuo of my father. Yon committed n gravo mistake, which must drugstore. der. Highest of all bo rectified. Editor What was it? strength. Latest United States GovSix weeks ago I inhered a very eere cold; was Stranger Yon said "Coldnel ernment Report. almost unable to speak. My trends all advised me to consult a physiciac. .Noticing Chamber died from watah on ROYAL BAKING .POWDETTCO. Wntah, suhl It was a lie. tho brain." Iain's Cough Remedy advertised in tho St. Paul Thero was Volks Zeitung I procured a bottle and liter takNew York. no watah on his brain. New York ing it a short while was estirely well. I now moat heartily recommend this remedy to anyene Sunday World. with a cold. Wro. Keil, 67S Selby Ave., bt. Kaiu-tuckio sufler-In- Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value and those who have not. have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a ttial- bottle free. Send your name toll. E. liucklen A- Co., Chicago, and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at W. 11, BAXXETST cfc DRYE, Is a candidate (or Alienor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party. Thinking the southern end of the county Is entitled to a slice of the pie he atks jour support. 100 Pounds and Over 40c por 100. All bills Imust m nth. Proprietors Any amount between potitlrelr 10 be Tralailnjj and Sale Stable RESIDENCE FOR SALE. STANFORD, KY. House In Stanford, with Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, store house Residencelot, 'or sale. The lot contains on same s and prepared lor sale. rosdsUrt and acre, and can be eauly divided, putting storesaddlers bought and sold on commission Rood house snd residence on separate lots. At reason hall mile track and best stables In the country. 8 abls price and en easy terms. Apply to I N. SAfNDKRS. Stanford, Ky. 33tf A gocd First-clas- and too lbs at Uclo. raid the first of each K. IIREMKK. SHELBY & SHELBY, ' U V Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, First-Clas- - Kentucky. sb. w. Dentist, Office on b. PEinrsr, IRtek4 : Stanford, : Ky. Latcatter Street, at Residence. f Bricklayer & Stonecutter a., a. TEiR'St n Hardened. any man called mo a thief, I should resent it at once. " "My dear young man, you will bo wiser when you grow older. I havo been called n robber 1,102 times in ono afternoon nnd never paid tho slightest attention to it." "Aro yon n highwayman, fir?" "No, sir, I nin nn umpire." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Paul Minn. For sale by Craig A Hocksr, Stanford, Ky. m Superior Plumbing! Como One, Como All. Ilr a s Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage Is respectfully solicited. it 6m. "If . My little boy, when two years of age, was taken I was advised to use very ill with bloody Mix Cnambcrlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem. edy, and luckily procured part of a bottle. I carefully read the directions and gave it accordingly. He was very low. but slowly and surrly he began to improve, gradually recovered and is now stout and strong aa ever. I feci sore it saved his life. I never can praise the Remedv half Its wcrth. 1 sorry every one in the w oild does cot know how good it It, as I do Mrs. Lina S. Hlntsn, Grahamsville, Marion Co., Florida. For sale by Craig & Mocker, htanlord Ky. a-- workman or I4YEARS;EXPERIENCE Odorless Water 01oset3, Frost-ProoWater Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs Asrecialty. f And see the new Hats st Mis Dudderar's Temple ol Fashion this week New Legon. new Panamis all the new Persian effects In Flowert Handsome goods but I.ow Prices snd. Ribbons Dress making done in tfce latest its le and on short M D. Ill DDKK AK. notice MRS. KATK DtDDKKAR THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, M. W. JOHITSOIT, It Agent for The And The MONEY To LOAN ON IMPKOVhl) FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky.,ato perceat . semi an ch.igwl. Artdrnt 1111 a I interest; no commnilon GKO. W. PAVY. Room 17, Kenyon rkttMIng, l.ouitville, Ky. For bUnk applications and fur Saunders, Attntr Information, inquire ol J N. s torney, SunlorJ, Ky. New Yorlc Llie Ins. Co. Aotnn Accidont Insurnnco . KlCht. Stanford, Kentucky. Guarantees First-Clalar. Prices reasonable. ience. work In everr particu Has had 13 years' expe- 91 3m parts of the countrv in Examining Attorney If either coun- dvscnterr In differed Colic. Cholera and Diarwhich Chamberlain s sel should say toyou that circumstantial rhoea Remedy was used with perfect succets.Dys-entery- , Since 1878 them have been nino epidemics ol WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE. Gilt edge reference la ami out ol the State Ask your Danvlllt friends about my work. , Company. Hot and Moit Favorable Terras et Insurance BARKER HOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, evidcuco unsupported by direct testimony could in no senso decide tho trend of tho benefit of the doubt, what would you understand by that? Talesman That ho did not want mo on tho jury. Truth. Uncertainty. "No," said tho fortune teller to tho Inndlord, "I can't renew my leaso until after November. ' ' "Aren't you going to remain in town?" "I can't toll until nfter Iseo how my campaign prophecies turn out. " Washington Star. Crucial Test of Greatness. "And is Biggun really so great when epidemic, it almost as severe and dangerous as Aslstic cholera. Heretofore the best efforts ol the most skilled physicians havo failed to r heck its ravages ;'this remedy, howiver, has cured the most malignant cases, both of children and adults and under the most trjing conditions, which proves it to be the best raed.cine in the world lor bowel complilnts Fcrssle by Craig A Hocker, Stanford Ky. T. F. CLARKE. Clement Home llulldlng, Dauville, Ky. Cooke's NOTICE 1 J. T. JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole pioprletor Dean's Illsck Diamond Roil l'alnt Kitimatct (uralthed for painting- Wood, Metal and Iron Kooft Satltlaction guaranteed All roots psinied with Dean's (Hack Diamond I'aiut guarantred for years Ileal rrs in best Cistern Pumps and Galvanircd Iron Filters, ttalvan-lie- d and lilack lion Roofing uf all Vluji, as ft T Somerset, - - Kentucky. W. S. Stanford, Office on Rates TWO DOLLARS Par Day. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Belli. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 BTTHCEC, Attorney at Law, - - Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Hoils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and Sf Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it l&" Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, '' Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. All persons desiring I.ocuit Pattt for plank fence, post and railing or wne fence, can find what they want at my.atoro near Cedar Creek, on the pike leading from Crsb Orchard to Matiford alio keep always on hand a good supply of plank All kinds ol lumber for building pur far fcncluc. poses, al.j boards and shingles All (arsons do ming sny article ui mis mnu can can on mc i my store near Cedar Creek June 16, s Jitf O W MSULKToN Kentucky. House. Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Collections receive especial attention. SS Two Farms For Sale. THE 1 91 RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. J. : T. a Off en coln and V, B. BIIjBY, Proprietor, London. airsd. yy man? STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, : I hare moved to my than ever to ood Livery attached and Give me a call. "Great? Why, that fellow could leave his umbrella in a hotel corridor on a new Hotel and am betui rainy day and no ono would daro to accommodate the public touch it. Cincinnati Enquirer. every conveniences FRANK RILEY, A. G. I.anham HUSTONVILLE, snd Caskets always on hand, D, S. Carpenter, Manager. M. S. KENTUCKY. hit services o the people ol West LinCater Counties. Full stock of CoBtns 95 John B. Cattleman. In the New Cashier. "The combination that opens our safo is tho number 1G21. You can easily reBreaking: Hauguman. J. W. Hadghmas, OYAk INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. member Dealer. "In what way, sir?" it" M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- "Sixteen to one. "Cleveland Plain raorBiiTORs- BSRBEE S QBSTLEMSS. MANAGERS, Her Sacrifice. ' 'Did Mrs. Jones give up her bloomers to pleaso her husband?" "No. Her pug dog wouldn't como near her when sho bad them on." Chicago Record. Fruit. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. If vou need livery elve us a call. Nothing oat first-claturnouts will leave our stable. Sec us for rates... In our ss " F. B. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazlcy & Son, Farm No. t contains jl acres In Washington county, Ky the greater part of which Is In grass, OF STANFORD, KY. well watered! with goo. I improvements, including new metal roof tobacco barn tit to acre crop This farm It situated 111 what it pronounced the bett dlttnct in Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable residence house. Farm No. a contains too acres In same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the belt improved (arms in the Atttntion of the public is invited to the far county. , that this is the only National Hank In Stanfori Under the provisions of the National liauk Iloth farms are in fine state of presctvatlon, well are secured not only by the capital watered ond fenced Close to K. H. depot, schools, itock, butbv the stockholders' liability lor aa market and on a tint turnpike. amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol For information apply to of 1400,000. J. N. SAUNDERS, this institution are sscurad by a fund of the baai Stanford, Ky. rive sworn statements of thecoodition 10 are made aach ycarto the United States govern mentand its assets are esamlnsd at staled times 6y government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established as the Depotit Bank of Stanford la list, then lied at the National Dank ol Stanford in tSoj and again aa the First National Hank ol Stanford In tS3, has had practically an uninterrupted eaistenceof is years. It is better supplied now with facilities tor transacting business prompt and SniiLTON, President. ly and liberally than ever before In its long (Ida honorable career. Accounts of corporations, claries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- FIRST NATIONAL BANK 8100.000 Capital StockSurplus 23,700 STAXTFOBJD Female College. William aa - d. Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. "She's n peach, but, unfortunately, sho is already another's. " "Ah forbidden fruit I" Detroit Tribune. Tho New Purls Dog;. 'Tis a novel fad from Parla that tho fanciers have for sale Tla a little poodlo doggio with a rhinoplasty tall. And this curious nppendago is n tail that con- BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. first-cla- Try our horse shoer. work and satifactory Crab Orchard. Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegi ate courses 01 otuuy. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Schools of Music, Art and Elocution. Yours for Health, The Scholastic Year for 1896 7 will open Mon day, sept. 7, and continue lorty weeks. James T. Cooki:, Ileforo deciding to what school you will send your daughters, be sure to send ier our NV . Harrodsburg, Ky. Catalogue. Address stf MRb.NANNIK S. I W. A. TRIBBLE, local agent, 3?tf Lady Principal. SAUFLEV, Stanford, I" Kentucky. CASH CLEARANCE bo's to faston nt both ends. On Saturday, August 29, 1896, Ob, It makes a charming handle for his mistress on tho street I At to o'clock, t will sell my FARM, containing Bho can novur loso her doggio; ho can .novor soil his feet. 104 ACRES, situated about 5 miles from Stanford on the Lancaster pike The farm Is in a high Nevermore his canluo glory limply In tho dust good and well wastate of cultivation, the land it shall drag, tered. It hat a 1 story dwelling containing Ave rooms, good stable and necessary out buildings For it oscillates in circles with n rhinoplasty wag cash and and a good orchard Terms: One-habalance due Jan 1. 1897, with 6 per cent, interest Ob, tho wonderful inventions of this great, Irom dayof sale The tale will take place on the progrcsslvo timol premises. W. T STONE. 'Tis my lot to sing their praises in a wilderness of rhyme, San Francisco. But If I weru not a poet with n quenchless Portland thirst for nlo To th t should like to bo a doggie with a rhinoplasty tatl. A. B. Paine in Truth. PUBLIC SALE. descends To bo cunningly engrafted on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further notice. Come early and avoid the rush. THE CHAS. WHEELER SALE! CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS EMPORIUM invites you to be present NOW OPEN. Present Engagements Give Promise of Largest Atten- The Directorv of this Hank is composed ol Forestus fleid, Lincoln county; S. T, Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden. Stanford; S, If. llaughuian,i Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky J. H. Ilockrr, President; Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKlnney, Asit. Cashier Fanners BanMTrnst or STANFORD, Paid up Capital of Surplus, . KY., Co Is now fully .organised and ready for business wlta ll GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER ted dance for Years. New Clefs. - $200,000. 20,000. 43-t- d Via The u w x: -- 1 p)) LcUISVIttC.NlWtB'.m you ?" The other man, drew a revolver and shot him dead. The verdict was of course justifiable homicide. CWCaCO Rt line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and Well-SelecWRITK FOR TERMS. A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Children's Wearj and in our prices we have no competition. CUS HOFMANN, Proprietor. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts 35tf from A to EE. We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND A man met another man in New York, and said: "Is it hot enough for lines for men and boys. Now Music. New Ideas. Linniefta Springs Junction City, Ky. A- - OnlyiDining Car Route From OUXSTrTXIXTS r 8" Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address TO CHICAGO. ) (. F f 1 FRANK J.REID.) or O. P. Agent, , .Chicago. f E.H.BACON V.V.A., Louisville Be sure to call for Monon Route. Dsnver. 'St Paul. 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Y and get a ire copy of the 'Medical Adviser." kook Out for Our Geire Tabid CARPETS, MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. mentand tbo assistance Which will be ladencd with the Rarest Bargains irom day to day, and New Management, if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments, . SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same asseta and under the same management. 11 y provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National flanks, its shareholders being held individual!) Iiaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the smount invested in such shsres. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee. 4c. as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnagliig the Lincoln National Uank ol Stanford, we we here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busineat with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' eapcrience ia banking andns liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-inte- nt J J. Williams, Mt, Vernon; S. 11. Shanks, b'tauford; DIUICTORII Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. goods at iow prices. Canned. Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss and one-ce- CHARLES WHEELER June 1896. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. J.S.Owsley, Stanford; S J. Kmbry, Stanford; accessible Summer Resort in KenThe most J. B.Owsley, Stanford; tucky. Thb greatest diversity ot Minornl Waters jobe found any where. While sulphur, lilack J. F Cash, Stanford; Ep'soin, Magnesia, Salt, Sulphur, Chalybeate, William Gooch, Staulord; in an abundance. Hops every Friday Alum, A. W. Carpenter, MlUedgeville, nlRht Music by splendid orchestra. Write for Circular and Analysis of waters. Table first W.'H. Cuminina. Pr.ar lmr. in. Class. ' S, H. Shanks, President, & B. Dr. J.'Ii. Owsley, Cathlsr, W. M. lirlght, Teller. Junction City, Kj. 36 A-- I H J. OWENS SON, W 3,1mUim 4m yy 'JSJiag J...... jj'u-i-'"'- , .I1 il, 'JUj J HMII7.iq I