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LOUISVILLE CONVENTION -- OOter ;.x fr NO. 51 YEAR TJ11S Nut 1'tm RtmMiom and Ailjourh, The Teachers' Instltnto adjourned nt noon Friday after a session, which nil the toachora say, wna both pleasant nml During the morning, Supt. Mlaa Kate Blalu expressed her thanks to thoteactors for thoir kindness and atten-Ho- n during the bcbsIoii anil apoko fuel- Ingly of tho flllllcultles she hail to overcome In the discharge of her duties and of those aiked the hearty who could render aefllatance. She recommended a county teachers' association and then appointed the following teachers vicn presidents of their districts: Stanford, Prof. E.L. GruhbBi Crab Or- chard, Mils Georgia Lewie; Waynesburg, Mr.T. 1J. Singleton; Hustonvllle, Miss' Mary ThomBon. Short talks were made by the vice presidents, in which they urged all the teachera in each district to attend tho first meethiK to be held at Waynesburg on the fl J Saturday in September. The commltteo on resolution read the following report, which wbb adopted-Prof- . Cherry delivered a touching part-lo- g address and another institute waa at an end: The Institute work having been completed Friday, Aug. 21st, tho commltteo reports tho following: Lincoln 1st. That we congratulate county on tho marked Improvement shown in the training of teachers and tho professionalizing of the work. 2. That wo favor Mr. GcoJknighl'a suggestion of holding the institute at different points In the county and recommend that our superintendent take the ouBgeslion into consideration. 3 That we heartily endorse tho education bill and trust to the Legislature for something better in the near future. 4 ThBt thu thBiika of tint institute Hre due to all visitor who have aided us by their Instructive talk and by their presence at our sessions and that wh deeply appreciate tho many courteelea shown us by tbu citizens of Stanford. 5. That wm tender our sincere thanks to Prof. T. 0. Cherry for the purling tiulhssotfllciently presented i nd fee that wo return to our field of labor more ith zal for our thoroughly imbued srsrk in eouarquencu of his able Instruccotn-pjlo- ry a Howling StuxtM Matter. Political To the JJJitor ol tho Interior Journal. Louisvillk, Aug. 22 This week thero assembled In Louisville a convention of j j i bolters, who at one time profeBBed to pledgH allegiance to tho democratic party. This convention, well attended by men representing the moneyed interefltfl of the city, by free silver democrats and by republican, waa a fitting finale to the incessant Hdvertiaing it has received through tho bolting press of Kentucky. With tho railroads, corporations and their attorneys, through the medium of passes and h certificate ot "honor," some-thinlike 200 delegates were in attend ance from hoiiih parte of the State. These deleiratee, or at least the greater pm of them, were furnished free truneporlu-tion- , willed is not denied, and although the convention win to have contained 477 delegates, not more than d of that number were mustered together although thero waa no reserve in the distribution of these passes. Of the lit) counties in tho State, 33 of them had no representation at all, while as many more were represented by proxies only. The convention itself could not be called even a bolting democratic convention. It was distinctively a Breckln-ridg- o convention and that whito haired, silver tongued orator wbb the hero of the occasion. Now Idolized by a press which only a few months ago essayed to subject him to all tho indignities that the English lanauago could command, this orator was made tho idol of a press and people which sought not only to drive him out of tho democratic party a few monthBOBO, but out of society as well. But tho bolters have, lifted him from the political mire and on Thursday Innt placed him upon a pedestal as their idol and as tiie euunciator of rectitude and Godlineee, which they aro pleased to fol one-thir- vention, which ho confidently expected would instruct in favor of a slnglo gold ' AtAtlllnrft lia npiltiavafl o rnantntlAn nta.ln- ('I Cub" ..DIM U "I "" ' ', ing all participant of that county convention, to support tho democratic standard hearer. In addition to preparing it, he urged its passage and due to his eloquence it became a part of tho record of the proceedings. And now Gen. Buck-tie- r is the first to violate the resolution which ho himBolf prepared and had passed. 8. O. O. I ..-., I WAYNE COUNTY IN LINE. ss low. 0. That our worthy superintendent has added much to the onjoyment of our week's work by the interest and enthus- tion. iasm she has manifested. Danvillk. The formal dedication t of the now Tho sertake place Sunday, Sept. 13. vices will bo conducted by Bishop A. V. Wllaon. of Baltimore, assisted by former pastors of the church and former presiding elders of tbs district. A horse driven by John Orum took a long tumble Wednesday, falling from tho top of a cliff back of John Cotton's placo to tho bottom below, n distance of 300 feot. Theanlmal waa the property of W. J. Sillee, and had been hired by Orum. It was a balky horse, and Its bad habits lead it Into trouble. It was instantly killed. Capt. K. W. Lillard sold to Mrs. Annie Harlan, of this county, his residence ou Broadway, for 50.500 cash. Mrs. Harlan will move to town and take possession tho 20th of September. Advocate. Danville-Methodis- church wi'l Prof. Crouch, cf Baltimore who died nt PortlanJ, Me., laat week, where ho was visiting, composed nearly 2,000 songs besides "Kathleen MBVonrneen," tho one that made hlra famous. Though it was his best, ho thought very little of Its composition and gavo the piece away. It proved a favorite and put hundreds of dollars into tbu pockets of tho fortunate owner, who didn't nt first appreciate what a bonanza be had received. Tho Burlington railroad has bought a farm of 10,000 acres on its Hue and will stock it with sheep to take to market when tboy aro moat wanted. ' A child was born in St. Louis with the bead and board of an old man. It died of senile debility. Iteduced rates to One faro for round trip Newport races. from Somerset and points north to CinQuek.v & Obkbcst. cinnati. ' McKlnley Club. At Cincinnati Zoo. li fare from Lexington Bnd points north Great meeting. High Brldgo Camp. 2nd Camp Meet-laFirst meeting was a August great success. Dr. Talmago has beon invited. Low rates every day ol tho meeting. Philadelphia, Pa. National Druggiats' Association. October 5th to 9th. Indianapolis, Ind. National Keeley League. August 18th to 20th. Covington, Ky. Y. P. S. C. E. district convention, Sept. 8th. Tickets from all point? Corinth to.Cinciuuuti ot li faro for round trip. Covington, Ky. Graud Lodgo K. of P., Sept. 15 to 18. Half rates Sopt. 14 and 15, from points in Kentucky to either Cincinnati or Ludlow. (Electric street cars from either place, 15 minutes ride.) W. O. Kinkakson, G. P. A., Cincinnati ,0. g, 23-3- 0. Chairman II. A.Sommers and Secre tary Gus Richardson, of the Democratic State campaign committee, aro moro than pleasd with the work already accomplished in the interest of democracy in Kentucky. From everywhere in the Nut come encouraging reports and these evidences of an unwavering and Increasing democracy do not come from single localities, but from every quarter. Each nmil tellwol additional recruits, tho ol Bryan and Sowall clubs, and now that the committee has received its first consignment of literature, tho ruah for tho democratic camp is expected to be something unprecedented. Not only do these reports show that hn entire democratic strength will be polled, but they instance almost innumerable cases of party repudiation by republicans who declare they do not wish to assist in the perpetuation of a monetary system beneficiary to only tho capitalists. The railroads aro among the most active of any ol tho corporations to secure the election of Mr. McKinloy and with this idea tn view not only the railroad companies of Louitviile but throughort the country have beon Hooding their various departments with biased literature. The names and addressed of all employes of thu companies have been secured and Bent to the headquarters of the capitalists in New York and literature is mailed to them almost daily. Some of these companies havo oven gone bo far in their efforts to convince tho men ttiat tho interests of the employes and omployer are identical that their circulars are said to bo of tu intimidating nature. It Is probable, In fact almost certain, that tho "National Democratic party," which tho bolters adopted ps their name, committed a most serious mistake, bo far as tho State of Kentucky is Thero is a law here, which prevents' the adoption of a name by any po litical party, that is in any way calcula ted to confuse tho voter, and it is the opinion of not only tho leading demo cratsof tho State, that the word "demo cratic," is confusing, but of tho republican officeholders at Frankfort as well. Tho State Central Committee has already investigated tho matter and legal steps will be taken in tho noar future to secure an injunction, preventing tho third party agitators from using "National Democratic Party," on the ballot. With an organized democracy, and n complote and representative ticket in the field, it is expected that the democracy of the tilth Congressional District, with John Young Brown, will redeem lUelf and, give the ticket the usual majority in this district. Gov. Brown has already made Beveral speeches in the district and he is more than gratified with the outlook for democratic success Even among some of tho bolters, there are to bo found many who do not tho stand S. B. Bucknor has taken, because of his step in deserting the party after his action in tho Hart county convention, which sent delegates to the Stato convention at Lexington. When the Hart county convention met, there vre many delegates favoring the free coinage of silver, and although the movement was then comparatively in Us infancy, Gen. Buckner, fearing (hat some of the free silver advocates would not support tho nominee of tho Chicago con con-corne- Liiierty, Aug. 22. -- Youi scribe has Just returned from Wayne, the blue-gracounty of the mountains. While there I kept a sharp look out at the political pituation arid found only one eound money democrat who is an absolute, unqualified bolter, and he being my father, I made a fruitless attempt in trying to show him "tho error of his way." As ho will not support McKlnley under any circumstances, there is b hope that he may yet reconsider the judiciousness of his decision and appeal it to the higher court of party fealty and there reverse the hastily formed, narrow gauged judgment based upon Courier-Journtestimony, which should not be credited by any political court on earth. The sound monoy convention tn Wayne, with the glitter of its golden radiance, was also a crowning eucceBS. The sound money men of Bart and Eadsville were to meet at Colet's Mill, 100 strong, under the auspices of R S. Ramsey and W. I. Southerland, who were going to put J. II. Eido, an old gentleman of 70, at tho head of the company and under a silken banner of sound money democracy, they were to march into Monticello in Oriental splendor, and there Issue mandates that would completely crush all opposing political forces, totally Bave our rountry no aooluteiy prevent tho slightest panic or uneasiness in any part of tto monetary Universe. But when they assembled and the roll call made they unmoored only 22 galUn', stalwart souIb who wore "redy to do or die." At thu tap of thu drum their banner wave d reeplendantly over tho bravo little band as they started ou their march against tho fortified positions of the Chicago convention. Before tl ey becamo weary-ani- l footsore they lowered their banner that they might int be so conspicuous when iiaring dangerous points and by the time they arrived at MoDtlcello they concluded to pause and think, and in some mysterious way it occurred to them that they might be "rushing In whore angels feared to tread," aud rather than for such a responsibility to rest upon them, they failed to meet at all in the capacity of a convention, thereforo their entry into Monticello was as suc cessful as that of a Coxey. J. W. Loving. al 1 CRAB ORCHARD. Tho depot hero has been nicely painted inside and out and thqjdaco ha.9 been cleaned up gonerally, making it one of the handsomest ou the line oi the K. D Miss Lottie Dillion, of this place, and Mr. J. II. Pugh. of Pittsburg, their friends by going to Louisville and marrying at tho Glt House. Success to them. Mrs. Nannie S. SanfUy, of Stanford, who Iibh hpn Dtopping at the Baetin House aud drinking the water of Crab Orchard and vicinity, returned home Saturday much improved. Last week wbh unusually gav for the young folks of Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs O. H. Singleton. Mr. nml Mre It. U. Bronaugb, Mr. and Mrs. J. H Stephens nil entertained in elegant style. Dr. Stapp's daughters, who havo been spending the Bummer with him left for thoir homes this week. It is very pleasant for the married daughters to spend their summers with their parents at such a charming plsca as Crab Orchard. Tho guests of Crab Orchard have been leaning in numbers but others are coming in rapidly to fill their places. Misses Sallie and Ada McWhorter havo gone to London to attend the Fair. Mrs. M. A. Singleton and Mies Rebecca Stuart visited Mre. B. G. Gover.'at Qiito a number of Crab Orchard gentlemen took in tho cheap excursion to Cincinnati Sunday. Mies Pattie Stephens and brother, David, of Richmond, have been v'siting reatives and friends here. Mr. J. H. Collier has returned from a business trip to London and Farieton, where he went to make arrangements for material to build an elegant new store house adjoining tho store room he now occupies. Mr. F. Edmis- ton and BonB will open up a store in their building, now occupied by Mr. Collier, about Sept. 1st. Mr. Collier will move into hisstore room near his residence until his new hotiBe is completed, with Mr. Robert Collier benind the counter. Slatesville will Boon be tho business end of Crab Orchard. Little Lottie Orrson, daughter of Mr. W. a. Carson, has been seriously ill hut is some better. Mre. J. II. Coilir is very sick of tonsilitia. Mrs. Gardner and Humphrey, of Missouri, ore gueets of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Pettus. Mr. Charley Schiender, who has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Ricbert, returned to Louisville Tuesday. Charley Iibb learned to be a druggist since leaving Crab Orchard. Mrs. W. H. of Stanford, is visiting her nephew, Mr. Mack Holmes, and family. Miss Sallie Mock, of Lexington, is the goes' of Mrs. Joe McClure. Miea Harris, ot Lon caster, is visiting Misses Nan and Bet Edmiston. eur-prised Hut-tonville. THE STATT.FORD FBMA.TUEI COLLEGE. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prosidont. Studrntnas. Teaehri 7, All spcelatUts. Thorough courier in Luin, Greele, French, Eng'iih. Mathematics Natural nnd Moral Sciences. Music, Art and E ocution Situitetl in the famout Blue Gran lection of Kentucky; dltineulihed for healtblulneJ of climate, beauty or teener jr, refinement of nocirty. Fall Session opens Septotnbor 7. nefore deciding where you will lend your daughters next year, be sure to write for Our Now CatalORU.3. Addresi, atf MHS. NANNIE 8 SAUPLBY, Lady Principal, Stanford. Ky. . H. J. M'ROBERTS. Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Romnd, Regular and Wall Top TRUNKS! Telescopes, Valises and Traveling Bags. . . .1 H. J. M'ROBERTS. ,." ..:,..,,,..i DRUGS AND BOOKS. School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything in our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised dy Cash Houses. o O) If V k f$ I $ 8 3 R PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist ' from new drugs and pure chemicals. 3 i'.'i : W. B. MoEOBERTS. :-- & ,0 .: ,0 O Suggestive TalK on Hard Times. There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a few suggestions how to deal with "him" seems very "appropriate just 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 coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. But it will not come this year; it cannot come; hence all honest people should be as saving as possible, and above all keep out of debt. In Fryc, liustonvillc, will, from view of these conditions, this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no accounts for more than 30 days. All accounts will be due on the first day of each month, and you need not hunt any further than his store for the lowest possible prices on Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. If you want Carpet or Matting don't buy till you get my prices. Statement of your account will be mailed to you on the first day of each month. James first-cla- ss Hig-gln- s, Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing, SHELBY CITY. 8urher,and formerly Joseph Heck, delivery man lor Jas. n haker, died Saturday after four days illness of iluz. Word has reached here that James Hayden, of Keene, JeRsamlne county, cousin of Mrs. Martha Younir, was acci dently shot with a flobert rifle, Wednesday last, in tho hands of Mr. Johns, the Lexington druggist. The planiuij mill of Wlhorg, Hanna k Co., shut down Thursday for two days and It is reported that it mar shut down (or soveral weeks, soon. With tho stave factory and planing mill both at a standstill, business will necessarily bo dull this fall. On Friday evening, Miss Fannio Hunn and brothers, William, George, Walker and Johu entertained tho members of the Christian Endeavor Society nud a number of their friends in honor of Mifieoa Theresa Vandiver, Onie, Maud and Mabel Upplngton, of Loxiugton. Ouo hundred und twenty were in attend nnce. icee, irutt and cake woro served nt 10 1. M. and all enjoyed the occasion to which tho full moon lent an additional charm. Judgo John P, Moore aud daughter, Miss Terah Moore, John Helm and Mies Lou Moore, A. A. Surbor and Miss Stella Cartwright, Wm. Shearn, James Calvert and Misa Lizzie Calvert, B. F. Oxley and daughters, Misses Jeunie and Lula, Wm. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Owens, Messrs. James and Jack Sholby and several of the Linnletta Springs guests were tho 310 who composed the excursion party to Frankfort Saturday. incm-borsof IIUSTONVILLE. Dr. W. B. Penny will be in Huston-vill- o next Monday, August 31. Call at once and have your dental work done, as bis Btay will be limited. Entire satisfaction guaranteed. Crown and bridge work a specialty. Room No. 1, Weath-erfo- rd Hotel. MORE NEWS NOTES. Wm. Keel was kicked to death by b mule at Indian Mound, Tenn. William Stringer, of Bourbon county, is wanted for stealing a horse from bis father, who disinherited him. ThomaB Wilson, a Clinton county youth, attempted suicide when bis sweetheart told him she could never be his wife. An Omaha blacksmith loaded a can nvbeJN A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Jf CRAIG & HOCKER. dealers in. i ft 13rugs, GVuem-lcals- , Oils, Pal-n,is- , Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. d. ex-Go- v. O cx-Go- v. non, pressed his bosom against the muzzle and touched otT the fuse. He was )f Give us a call and be convinced. T blown to smithereens. Morton H. Bourne, a young Lexington lawyer, has confessed to assisting prisoners to eecapo from tho jail at that place. He is under arrest. The body of Dallas Bruco, an was found packed in a barrel of pickles at the home of his Negro concubine in Caroline county, Vb. Jailer "Wray, of Clinton county, shot and killed n man naruod Eastman, when THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present he tried to shoot him with the pistol ho had stolen, and for which theft he was on the Special Sale- Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY attempting to arrest him. of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further noWallace's circus was nearly wrecked tice. Come early and avoid the rush. by a storm at Huntington, Ind. Tho animals becamo panic stricken when tho cages overturned and the monkeys escaped, but were captured. line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and At a colored danco near Lebanon A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilSaturday night, because Charles Warner Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. Bote Hopkins was killed by a falling stepped on his partner's dress, George dren's Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes 'of Swell Styles and on lasts troe in Bell county. Mays shot and killed Warner and acciFrauk Allen, of Baltimore, is so fond dentally killed Charles Pepes, a by- from A to EE. We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND of candy that he eold his shoes to buy stander, nud wounded Bud Hardin. lines for men and boys. some. Mays escaped and is still nt largo. Lute and Flosslo Sleppy, of St. JoIt stands the republican papers in seph county, Mich., aged 14 and 1C, hand to magnify the bolt of the demoweigh each 435 pounds. Only six applicants havo appeared crats. After telling how rnauy were there Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and beforo tho State board of education to bo to attend thu convention, tho Louisville if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. examined for cerlificatoj of eligibility to Commercial saye: Tho cause is supported the oillce of couuty superintendent of by the moat intelligent and capable and FLATTING AND OIL CLOTH. sincere men of the party, whose faith has schools. Tho Paris Reporter says tho old say- been betrayed. It Is made up of delegaCoffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. ing that lightning dooiu't strike twice in tions from nearly every county of tho and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss goods at iow prices. the Bamo place, has beon exploded. A State, representing the best intelligence large red oak tiee near, that city was of their communities. It represents n principle, and men who aro willing to struck Ave times in as many days re- sacrifice something for principle, and as The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, cently. tuch It has our respect. June 1896. 5Ar mi it Well-Selected t it Pays to Deal with a Cash House. $ $$ f CLEAKA1TC SALE! GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER kook Out for Our Getre Table! CARPETS, CHARLES WHEELER Ky . ? I35C2 " r ''Jfc r1" I ieMf-WEFE- Y Interior Jodkn - 8tanford. K VV. August 25, 1S96 P. WALTON. I l The National democratic headquar- republicans here today. The democrats ters have been established at the audito- will likely run John W. Poor. John B. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Thompson will ppeak here next court rium annex in Chicago. William W. Smith, of Poughkeepsir, day and invites Davison to disciiBS the T. D. RANEY, Manager. E. O. W. was nominated for governor 'of New issues with him. Hranch Stores: York by the prohibitionists. Eh MA TllIMONIA L MA TTERS. There is no doubt that Secretary Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrcuccburg, -3 Hoke Smith has resigned, and that his After an intermission of 20 yeors, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Gov. W. O. Bradlky honored our resignation has been accepted. during which time she became a grandElizabethtown, Frankfort, Ky., town with a visit Friday. Elevation to Senator Tillman addressed a crowd mother, a Mhldletown, Ky., lady hss and Mauckport, Ind. the highest office in the Slate has not of farmers at Mount Gretna, Pa., and presented her husband with twins. in tbe least changed his cordial and gen- was hieaed for some of his statements. A girl at McMinnville, Tenn., who charges Doug-In- s The Louisville Critic ial manners and a stranger would not Mark Hanna is directing that the was engaged to be married soon, comSherly. the nithetic, with practices have thought that the man puffing an tariff be made the principal issue of the mitted suicide by shooting. Perhaps that would put Oscar Wilde to shame .. old cob pipo and cracking jokes with his cimpaigo, and the democrats are delight she did right. Suicide is sometimes and pays the mayor has ordered him to friends was the chief executive of the ed. preferable to matrimony. leave the city. G proudest Commonwealth of them all. The boltocrats of Kentucky expect of tlw 1,600 couples marA Inatead of making him feel his impor- to hive Carlisle, Breckinridge, Buckner ried by Rv. W. T. Meeco wbb held at the NEW ADYF.UTIHKMKNTV tance, we really believe that the govern ana Lindsay on tbe stump for the new fair grounds at Aurora, Ind , last week Are both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. or's experience with tbe arduous and ticket. and was a big affair. Nearly all the couWe can sell you ! thankless job at Frankfort, has subdued An Indianapolis judge has decided ples were present that death had spared. him in a measure. No executive uhs that people have a right to stand on the Thomas D. Chenault, Jr., son of T. All pcriont desiring Locust I'osts for plank flV can find ever labored harder to do his duty than street corners and discuss tbe currency D. Chenault, one of the wealthiest men fence, poit and railing or wue what thee want at my store near Cedar Creek, on be and none has gotten lees credit for it. question. in Madison, and Miss Laura Mobs, the the piko leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford V a rood supply of on alio keep Delivered at your house. lave about ;oo bushels of In fact he has been abuBed and viliThe emblem of the National demo- beautiful daughter of Col. J. Stone for fencing. alwayskindihandlumber for buildingplank I All ol purfied without reason and without stint. crats of Kentucky will be a picture of Walker, will be married at Richmond, pose!: alsi board! and shlnzles All iersons dr- SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR Si. I, liringanr article of thlt kind can call on me at . He is giving the State his best service and Jefferson, Burrounded by a wreath of Sept. 10. my store near Cedar Creek. Call and see us. I G. W. SINGLETON Jilf June t6,'j. 'J1 working 10 boors nearly every day in hickory leaves. Mr. J. H. Pugh, son of W. A. Pugh, I bd the week to do what seems to him to Richard Bland, of Missouri, opened the Pittsburg cod king, ami Miss Lottie right, yet be receives very little appre- the silver campaign in Maryland Friday DilUon, daughterof Mr. F. W. Dillion Ii ciation, except from hie own conscious- with a speech at Laurel, the home of of Crab Orchard, wero married at the PUBLIC SALE. ness of doing his duty. The Intekior Senator Gorman. Gait House, Louisville, Thursday, by Dr. Journal has not been Blow to criticise Among thosa mentioned asSecretary O. R. Hemphill, of the Presbyterian On Saturday, August 29, 1896, Gov. Bradley in the past and say some Hoke Smith's successor are 1). churcb. Tbe bride iH a brunette of great At io o'clock, t will sell my FARM. coDtaln-n104 ACKES, tituatud things in condemnation that its calmer H. Francis, of Missouri, and Hon. Umry beauty both of feature and tigurp, and is on the Lancaster pile About $ miles frun M.infird The farm la in a high judgment disapproved, but we shall be T. Turner, of Georgia. Mr. Pugh is state of cultivation, the land i Rnod and well waa most lovable girl withal. tered, lt has a ; story dwelling Cuntali.m fitu In more just in the future and not withhold Waie H. Morgan, member of the re- to be congratulated, which the I. J. here- rooms, good stable and necessary ofit buildings and a Rood Terms from him praise when praise is due. publican county committee of Anderson, by does, while extending its best wishs talancedue orchard 18.17, with f Uruvhalt iaih and per cint. intercat Jan i, from dayof sale The sale will take pit. 1 on the When a public officer seems to be guid- has renounced that faith and will sup- to both of them. W. T STONE premises. ed only by a desire to servo the people port Bryan and Sewall. DOINGS. best of his ability, plaudits should to the DEATH Roger (I Mills, of Texas, says he not be denied him, and for one we are go- would vote for the free and unlimited Judge George F Lee, aged 70 years, Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. ing to give Gov. Bradley his due, oven if coinage of pewter dollars, rather than died Friday nigl.t. after a long illness. Handsome line of ho is a republican of republicans and leave the democratic party. well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' And Personal Property. Shoes and a He leaves a widow and six children, E. some narrow minded people may declare It is thought that Gen. Bragg will be W. Leo, F. N. Lee, Mies Jennie Lee, Mrs. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. us guilty of treason. challenged to fight a duel with Gen. D, P. Rowland, of Danville; George Lee; At executor of James A. Harris, deceased, a leading free eilverito of Wis- of Taylor county, and Mrs. I. 8. McEl-ro- will on Warden E M. Null, of the Frankfort Bouck, The consin. trouble is tbe result of polHe was judge of of Lexington. penitentiary, died Friday night of ty- itics. 17, 1896, Boyle county for soveral teraiBand a man On the piemlset phoid fever after an illness of two weeke. at the lae residence of James A. Themost sensible thing that the of the highest character. Harris, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder He was from Adair county and had servS 3i6Xi02S Eighth district delegation to Louisville James W. Bibb died Friday night about in tbe Legislature. Speaked two terms did was to declare Hgainst putting up a after a short illness of typhoid fever, aged 350 Acres Fine Blue-Gras- s Land. ing of him the other day, before bis 1 cindidate on tbe Indianapolis platform about 26. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. K? death, Gov. Bradley said he was a noble Is in two tract, one of about 310 acres The land ior Congress. Richard Bibb and a very excellent young and the other of 40 acres. This land 11 situman and the best for tbe place he held ated about three miles There ia a possibility that not more man, both in morals and business. Sev- Stanford .V Mllledgeville Welt of Stanford on the turnpike, is in a high he ovr saw. The convicts loved him than one, and a probability that not ex- eral years ago be married Miss Maggie state of cultivation, now mostly In tfraji and la yet feared him and he improved tbe ceeding 1T0 trade with us. Our goods are desirable, well fenced but contains no other improvementa. four ot tbe 11 Kentuckians in diughter of Wm. Beck, and Bhe with It adjoint the dwelling touie tract of too acres. place in various wayB. The scramble Possession foi seeding purposca will be given after the present:Congresa will be in the next two little children are left to mourn his day of tale and full possession not later than Jan. for his office began before his breath was Congress. Times. loss, to them bo irreparable. Mr. Bibb i, 1897. fully out of bis body, but the commiswill also sell at same time about 30 head of The primaries Saturday in the 4th was a member of the Preabyterian horses and brood mares, the latter bred to jacks, 8 sioners will make no unseemlv haste. It mules, 4 work district Bhow Hon. D. H. Smith. Hon. church and of the Order of Maccabees mule colts, 6 lack, a lot yearling mules, extra a ia not our fight, but we would like of W. H. Sweeney and David R. Murray to and in all his relations proved himself a old cattle, a lot of hogs, milk cows, hayand shell Give us a share of And service prompt and accurate. and mighty well to see C. M. Randall, of Laued oats and about 400 barrels of new corn, and also be closely bunched. The Congressional worthy citizen and a Christian. After a a lot of I arming Implements and wagons, &c, such your trade and we will convince you. Our rel, get the place. well regulated farm, convention will be held Thursday. old patrons already know it. short service at the grave by Revs. W. S. as are usually found upon a in Stanford & Knob and also aS shares of stock is announced that D. J. Carqpau, Grinstead and S. M. Logan the remains Lick pike and 8 shares of stock in Stanford ii It ' In his speech on taking the temporary pike. chairmanship of the boltocrat conven- the Michigan millionaire, will be made were interred in Buflalo Cemetery Sat Terms The land will bo oM for one. third balance in Gov. Hindman grew National campaign chairman of the dem- urday afternoon in the presence of many cash, day of sale; ia and 18bymonths, with interest tion, from secured lien on the land. On exceedingly facetious with reference to ocratic party, and that he will' take friends, who sincerely sympathize with personalty All sums under $10 cash, over that amount a crenii 01 tnree months, note to be exethe absence of the office seeker. We ad- charge of the campaign headquarters at the father and mother, wife and children cuted ondayoi aile with approved personal secur &3bftfM6ftM $ ity, bearing interest from day of safe. in their deep sorrow. mit that that is not a very desirable class Chicago at once. S. T. HAUltlS, Obacun a son gout, as tbe old worV51 t? have around, but it ill becomes the T. D. English, Auctioneer. i Kxecutor SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Adair to make fun of man said when she kissed the cow. gentleman from if Gen. Oassius M. Clav nnd Rev. John M. S, Raughman. him. If our memory serves us correctly, former democrats prefer McKinley and J. VV. llAUGHMAr. force bills andlhigh tariff and big pen- G. Fee are about to fifht over who he has been a very persistent ML J. himself and now when all hope is gone sions and robber barons and tricks and founded Berea College. jobs and steals, in the name of Jupiter danWill Wbitaker was stabbed and he laughs and ridicules both the practico FROrRIETOHS gerously injured by Sam Martin in a otOo and the practitioners. It ib but natural let them alone. Cynthiana Democrat. A bolter dreamed a dream. Ho was drunken fight in Bell county. & SALE however, when a man gets to be too good There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in 'prices brick holel A handsome three-storfor bia party that he feels himself better asked by St. Peter when he applied for a lmissioo, ivho he has, "I am a bolt- is to take the place of the Commercial, ttuu everybody else. USTezsrt - - Kentucky. er," he proudly replied. "Then you are recently burned at Harrodsburg. Mil, and Mrs. Bryan are already put- in the wrong place," said St. Petor, and bis fine resi Eugene Monyban lost In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. ting on presidential alra. While at Up- he slammed tbe gate. "We have no dence at Nlcholasville by fire started bv If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans andBlacks. Call room up here for men who are better the exploaion of a lamp. It was valued for rates, tjrnoutt will leave our stable. See us per Red Hook, N. Y., they wen,t .In our at once and get pick of the stock. at Spring Lake and the Boy Orator than their party." at 33J500. as much expertnoaa Postmaster Weaver announces that of the Platte showed BLACKSMITH SHOP. David Derringer, wbb perhaps fatally with the line aa the distinguished fisher he will not bo candidato for mayor at tbe injured by tbe explosion of a barrel of Will guarantee work and satlfaetory prices. Tiy our horse shocr. approaching election. Mr. Weaver's de apple brandy in bis cellar. His bouse man ho will succeed. newspapers the boltocnU convention would draw to LouiBVil'e it was feared that the universe might caieen, but it came and went and no such a catastrophe occurred. A liberal estimate of ilia interested parties places the out of town delegates at 300 in a possible 877, no delegate appearing from 33 counties. Notwithstanding this, however, it whs n pretty enthusiastic gtUhering as well as the most unanimous body of men ever assembled. Lt. Gov. Hindman presided as temporary chairman, Judge John Quincy Ward, of Bourbon, as permanent chairman nnd Willie Breckinridge was principal orator. There were no contests but the formality of appointing a on credentials was gone through with. Buckner, Breckinridge, Carroll 'and Browder were chosen delegates from the State-a- t. large to the Indianapolis convontion, with W. G. Welch, Adair, Tyler and Northup alternates. For this district L. 0. WilliB, of Shelby, and W. W. StephenaoD, of Mercer, are the delegates, with 0. M. Fackler, of Boyle, and J. W. Alcorn, of Lincoln, alternates. The State electors aro J. Q. Ward and R. T Tyler. Jerry Sullivan, of Madison, will be district elector, and John Wright, of Shelby, assistant. Col. T. P. Hill was first chosen elector, but he declined to Berve in Buch a minor capacity. The res. olutiona denounce the Caicago platform from stem to stern and score it foritssinB of omicsion as well as commission. Gov. Buckner was instructed for for vice pres ident and the convention adjourned the evening ol'tHoetme aftermon that it convened. A good many of the delegates were men who had been turned down either before or during tbe Lexington convention and some of the others were of the class that prafer to be big men in small things than to occupy minor positions in large things, though it must bo confessed that some of tbe best men in the State were present either as participants or lookers on in Vienna. com-mitteo With tbe tremendous number of men thut it was predicted by the bolting Tiik reDublican Congressional commit tee in the 11th met Saturday and after canvassing the returns from the 17 counties, declared David Grant Oolson nomi nated by a majority of 670. John D. White, through his attornoy, Hon. Ed. Parkor, of London, filed notico of contest and it is to be heard on the lGth of September. White says he doesn't expect to win, as a majority of the committee are Colson's henchmeubut be intends to prove that hundreds of negroes and others were imported from Virginia and Teuneesee,elEO Bell would not have voted 1,453 in the primary, after having given Bradley but 1.1S3, nor could 508 voted in Middlesboro on a registration of 201. Ho further alleges and savs he will prove that Co'son had letters circulated in the counties that his opponent bad withdrawn and did other thingn vile and numerous. It is going to bo a pretty hot fiht and no matter who winp, we will wage that Wh U runs till November. A good democrat ought then to beat them botb. Mb. D. E. O'Sulmvan iiaa given up the eflort to start a democratic paper in Louisville and resumed the publication of tbo Critic. He doesn't think that other aspiring journalists outside of the city toted fair with him. It was ever thus. Too many cooks spoil the broth The popocrats at Lexington "vindicated" Senator Blackburn, and the boltocrats at Loulsvillo "vindicated" Hor. d A. J. Carroll, which convention likewise "vindicated" Billy Breckinridge. Honors are now evon. Let us have peace. TnBLouisville Times says thoBolto crats will poll 60,000 votes in Kentucky. Brer Login is not so sanguine as he "tends like." If he is, let him put up his old hat against our new silk tilo that party wont poll 6,000. his termination makes it certain that Hon. was eel on fire, but neighbors extinguish- SEE ANYTHING IN OUR ! Charles D. Jacob will be practically with- ed the Ihmes, says a Harrodsburg out opposition, Bays the Courier Journal, CLOTHING S3. 50 PANTS, ! Mr. Eph Biggins, son of Mrs. Sallio unmindful of the (act that Ool. Ion B TAILOR-MADMADE TO OtfDER. Nail ia going to run on tho free silver A. Biggins, of Crab Orchard, and a half 1 platform. brother of tho Into Judgo Stephen Burcb, Boylo county democrats claim to died in Mexico Inst week. He baa been "have ono of the banner Bryan and Sewal engaged in mining silver for a number of .Clubs of tho South. They have an years. of membership of over 800, and are CHURCH CHIMES. getting additional elgnaturea every day. The officers are: President, Samue.' ATEld. KlliiRiimi, of Somenet, is holdr, Harding; vice president, O. N. ing a meetirg at McCormackp. Rev. A. V. Slzomore preached the J. II. Baughman; pecretarif8 -3 union Bervicfs at the Christian church ThomaB II. Fox, ami N. McDowell, Jr. It's funny how quick we forget somo Sunday night. The growth of tho Christian church EH thiniz". Four yearn ago the great Bourke Our firm has bought the entire wholesale stock of Shoes j jH purpHseed nil others It Incrnnprd C 11 Cochran, of New York, went to Chicago has n .1 t ..!! ivy., ui ivuscuucrp, I'M riexner c Atennei, uouisviuc, !''. nuu to fight the nomination of Grover Cleve- from 0.1,051 in ISiK) to 1)23 (ill In 1S00. vc will now sell you Shoes and Slippers for less money Rov. Lloyd, of Nashville, a noted land, and his prediction wbh that New meeting at than regular wholesale prices. No matter how little monwill bi'ginn protracted York would go 100,000 against Clove-lanCochran is a disappointed politi- the Christian church here thH first Suney you want to invest in shoes we can supply your wants. 80 cian with a musical voice, and a false day in September, Puttor J. T. Starrard This is the cha'ice of your life to buy your Shoes for announces. prophet withal. Carlisle Mercurv. s Elder Ed Hubbard held Senator Lindsay, who has been by both sides, telegraphed the m itin(? at New Bethel, on Green Ki vtr. l claimed boltocrats at Louisi 1: "I am confined wilch added 11 to the church. E'tler J, CO to my hoiiBo by illness, not serious but G. Livingston was with him a week. The Loyal Temperance Legion at painful, and cannot he in Louisville to! ! ! conven- Lancaster gave a birthday party at Mrs. day. I feel assured that your R::enbcrg, Flesncri.Uoadol'sWholesalorrlcoSj.75; OarFrlco S2.00. tion will declaro for unadulterated de- B F. Walker's, to raise funis for a meCQ mocracy, with no concessions to repub- morial window in the Methodist church. I.S5 1.50. licanism on the one hand nor to popu-Hn- Gov Bradley won an honored guest. Rev. A. Mobley, of Casey, has just 1. 15. 1.50 on tha other hand." This is not as held' a meeting with Muldraugh Hill r--8 I.OO. clear as mud, but it will do. 1.35 AuditorStone expects to realize at churcb, which resulted in 41 additions MO .S5. least f 150,000 in back taxes from the by baptism and two by restoration. The GO years. 75. .90 banks, which he says have beui escaping converts range in ago from 10 to Cynthiana Democrat By8 a The .75 .50. taxes on their surplus. He also tninks that bv a recent decision of Judge Barr drunken man grabbed tho bridle of tho about 3,600 corporations in the State hirse driven by Rev. Green nnd refused The above prices arc given to show the difference bemust pay a franchise tax, not only for to let him go till the parson jumped out EH tween our prices and the regular wholesale price. We this year, but for every ycr since 1893, and wore hi whip out on tho rascal. Baptists in and around Russell P3 can afford to cut those prices as we bought the entire Tho when the corporation law became effecstock at a large discount. All our Shoes now in stock we tive. Heretofore only about 100 corpo- Springs are arranging for a great meeting -H to pay a fran- to be held there, commencing August rations have been required have put at the same margin as those bought in this big 25th. Rev. G. W. Porryman, of Newchise tax. purchase of Rosenberg, Flcxner & Mendel. port, an old Ruseell countv boy, will do NAPIER NOMINATED. We wiil continue to sell Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, the preaching. Columbia Spectator. die-rtc- h. E SHOES SHOES SHOES B argains -- V on-roll- ed Unheard-- in Shoes ! Smith-treasure- O THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 9 1 1 m T -- 1 I dl-vi- O d. a ntwo-weer-- Less Than Wholesale Prices. SHOES SHOES SHOES o hi m I O O o r- w co 11 POLITICAL POINTS. A Bryan and Sewall club with COO Garrard Republicans Name Him for Rep . members has been raised at Nicholas-ville- Lancasteu, Aug. 21. James Napier was nominated for representative by tho Rev. Mark Collis was olected president of tho Stato Christian Convention and Rev. J. T. Shnrrard ono cf the vice presidents. The treasurer's report showed that the churches in the State raised for mission work last year f62,t0l:(5S. censuring Rev. Dr. A resolution Whitsitt, of Louisville, for his position on tho historical facta connected with tho modt of baptism waa unanimously alopted by the South D!rict Baptist Association at Deep Creek church. Tho association requests the trustees to remove him from the presidency of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Carpets, Matting, Trunks, Valises, &c, at a great reduction. Save money and buy goods at the CO LOUISVILLE STORE. a m !tt :kj i- M W I w on GUARANTEED 1 3STOTIGE fl ': 1 '.' n Coal at 7c to 14c per Btu CO. 1 I J. H. BAUGHMAN i ex-Go- v. FARRIS & HARDIN, G-lasswar- e, i!-- Di-aM'K- aj-t- d Groceries, Hardware, yueensware and Tinware. i i A. Executor's Sale of Land , 1 y, Thursday, Sept. Prices to Suit The Times. 23C(i0S(i(? GGGe3ert taJLN- -' 4f IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE; 1 Pri -r---r- Reasonable, i 1 year-old PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Srr5gg050Sg .llli..WvlVUUck'e2AAX2A?I r?TTTTg?iTr--'T- mm office-seeke- r S.& W. Baughman, FOR CASH ! tlxe y LIYERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, DEor Tlirtsr Bays, first-cla- ss first-clas- s ; mMimmmm W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orohard. 1fs 'J Mf-WE- . iNTEPIOk JoUfdtliL - Stanford, Kt., August 25, Annie McKinney began hor school in District 32, Mt. Moriab, yesterday, with 40 pupils. She will board at Miea Miss Lucia returned to non yetterday, after a pleasant visit to Misses Anne Shanks nnd Pearl Burn-sid- e, who will go down today to visit her. Mh. Letcher Owsley, of Lancaster, was over yesterday to bring Miss Robin son, who has been visiting Miss Ellen Owsley, to take tho train to her home in E'lzabethtown. Hon. R O. Wahiun received a dispatch yesterday saying that Mrs. I. 8. Warren died at Somerset nt 8 o'olock. Sho was Mies LenaStrahaii, daughter of a Presbyterian preacher, ond an excellent lady. Tub following young people onjoyod a picnic nt Cook's Spring? Saturday and afterwards a delightful dance atMiPs An no Shanks': Misses Lucia McAfee, Pearl Burnsido Fiances Shanks, Olivo Woodson, Jean Dick, Anno Shanks, Messrs. S W. Menefee, It. M. Newlaud, Thomas II. Shnnka, Gahe Ltckey, It. G. Denny, Win. A. Tribhle, Georen A. McRoberta LebaMoA pee Tan belts in all the shades at Shanks'. Handiist 1890 Mr. John O. Oogle'e. weigh your grain. A BnvAN Club is being raised hero. In a few hours about 100 names were gotplace in town to get coal, or ten, but the boya say they wont stop un- NoelA8on. .I. der to- 1,000. For insurance on your tobacco and bacco barns seo JeBeo D. Woaren. BELOW COST! WE HAVE DECIDED TO Saturday succeeded B8 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. YoubIiouIiI tnko your prescriptions to PennyVdriiRBtoro whero prompt and accurate eervico in guaranteed. PERSONAL POINTS. Rev. f. M.Lcuan ia with relatives at Richmond. Mies Jksbik Dkav Cook ia visiting relatives nt UuBtonvllle. Miss Anna Mki.biion, of Ilicljcnond, Ib vlsitint; Miss Clara Mershon. AlHii.lt R Wiiitf, of Cortiln, ifl on n visit to Mrs Reuben Williams. iMiis. Klizauetii tMcALisrKii went tip to Crab Orchard Springs Saturday. 8am Kmiikv, J it., will start in two of the bicycle races at Somerset this week. Mits. Malikda IlAYOKsiH visiting relatives at Speedwell, Madison county. Mits. II. M. Uallou, of Lnncnster, 's very ill with inflammatory rheumatism. Ohion IlunNBTT, of Winchester, spoilt several days with Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. Davis. ,G. Bauoh, of Conway, Rockcastle county, is visiting his old friends in this county. Miss juace Gmnitkad left Friday to visit friends in Millersburg and Cyn-tbiana. in getting as hot the hottest of the days of the loDg Wb handle all grades of coal and wil spell of heat, but a rain and windstorm fill your hoiiBes at as low figures as any- at midnight ran tho temperature down body. Noel Ss Son. 1 Mits. John Giiady and Mrs. II. L. Pat ton, of Garrard, have been guests of Mrs-Feto- r Straub. Mufans. M. 0. Tannkii and Winter Wright, of McKinney, have ioeated at Dallis, Texas. J. B. Hoovsn is rilling the position ot night copy lot at the Rowland Dispatcher's oillce. M-it- . Hon. 13. 1). Kino and wife, of More-lan- d, spent a few days with the family Mr. Peter Straub. ItKv. A. V. SizRMOiiB, J11., 10 of yesterday. He weighs has excellent lungs. arrived pounds and Miss An.mk Hito.NAfoii K.mu.kmas returned with Miss Nancy Humo to Madi- son and In now her guest. Mh. 8. V. Rowland, of Danville, was hern yesterday en route to Richmond to soe his daughter, Mrs. Stephen White. Mwi. Jt'LiA Ciiaio Du.s.v, who has been teaching musicat Fredericksburg, Va , is spending a few wuuks with Mrs. J. K. Jlruco and Mrs. Faunie Green. Mies Matt:b IIl'uiii.ic, who has been visiting tho family ol Mr. W. F. Hubble in the Hubble vicinity, rt turned to her homo at Chattanooga Saturday. Misses Sallik Ray, of Garrard, and teorgia Hunter, of AN'icholasville, were jests of Mi a. George U. Wtnren. Mas. G. A. LaCKRY and Mrs. Wil' Fields went over to Garrard yrslerday to visit the family of Mr. A. R Denny. Mr. M. F. Hui.kt, of Birmingham, is hero on a visit to his old friend and looking like the world is using him well Missis I'attie and Sqtib Aicokn, and Kendrick Alcorn and Harry Higginn, of Stanford, aro vieiting Mr. and Mrs. Judge Kendrick. -- Somerset Reporter. Hon. John I). White wph on yesterday's train full of fight and mad as a he Ho taye ho has been treated shame-fly, but la going to come out on top and put his enemies to lltght. Little CoriA Peacock, who has been with Mrs. Kate P. Miller for the past four years, left Friday night for Clinton, father, Freely Tenti., to live with et u lVn-Dck- . hr Mil. T. M. Whits, of Corhin, is spend ins a few days with his old friends. He tells us that 150 substantial dwellings k and business houses have been put up in his town since Jan. let. Miss Kate Ulain was called to Hus- tnnville yesterday by the death of her nleco, Mrs. William Bell, whose remains will bo interred this morning. She died of typhoid fever and wbh about 25 years old. Misses Axoie and Floha Hallo will lpave this morning for Scotland, N 0., whore they will teach music and elocu tion respectively In Vino Hill Academy, for which they are so Bpienuiuiy quaii t- - fled. tiaail wimherB Saturday. Ho says he does not know a democrat in his section whn will not BUPPcrt Bryan and Sewoll and that a number of republicans will voto for them. Dn. Nelson Mays, of Garrard, was hero Friday to see his daughter, Mies Kllen Bradley Mays, off for Morganflold, wiArnhe la visiting friends, lhe doc tor married a sister of Gov. Bradley, but ho iaa democrat all tho samo. Rrv. R. R. NohL nd family will remove to MrB.S. O.Trueheart's property on Danville Avenue about tbo let of September. Mra.S. S. Myera Bnd family will go to Loulsvillo and stay with her eon.Mr. E. II. Stallcup. Miss Faniiie Shanks and her charming visitor, Mits Olivo Woodson, of St. Joseph, Mo., will go to Danville to visit Miss Virginia Bowman for a few days, after which Miss Woodson will return to her home. Shehnsmado a hebt of friends here, who sincerely regret that .tll.httul visit is no near its closo. Col. J. P. Chandler wbb hero yesterday, feeling much elated over hia ap. lo pointtnenc aa ring marshal of the will make a capital one. fair. Uo The colonel was complimenting the Frith Hotel at Brodhead very highly and Bald that hiB friend, F.Francisco, would be prepared to tako care of all who will 8top with him during the fair. to-da- Mr.GiobqeT. McRoiiebts, of Brod y w Rock-caBt- ' Plbabk settlo your account. 1 need Oil. A company is preparing to make tho money and must have it. This means further clIortB for oil in the well sunk I y yon. Mrp. Kate Dudderar. Judge T. W. Varnon and John Cooper 30 Coal.-- o will sell you Falla Branch years ago on Green River, in this county. At a depth of SOO feet the drill broke and o Coal at same price you can buy good tho well was abandoned. Tho effort to coal for. J. B. HigultiH, Stanford. get it out now in succeeding well, the first Coal. If yon want us to fill your or- day's work rn'w ng It 10 feet. There ia no ders please see that they come straight. doubt about oil being there. Now building opposite depot. Noel A The K. C. brought in n box car SaturSon. day that had been broken into and from Invitation. The Missionary Society which a considerable amount of clothof the Preebyierian church cordially in- ing, shoee, Ac, had been stolen. Some vites tbo congregations of the several peaches cons'gaed to John H. Meier, ol churches to be present at a meeting on this place, were oIfo appropriated. A Saturday next at o'clock. box of hardware for W. II. Wearen A Co. was broken open, but none of i'a Notice. I have the Bear Creek pure contents wero missing. Most of the sto. CITY AND VICINITY. cannel coal at He per bushel; also the len goods were for Crab Orchard and Peacock lump coal at 0 and 10c per bushWhite bolts at Shanks'. Maywood merchants. el. Oiilco and yard, Mill street, oppoSc Hocker. Poison tly paper. Oraig site Roller Mill. J. B. Uiggins, StanThe Colored Teachers' Institute yesterday. The superintendent, Ladies' white linen collars at Shanks'. ford, Ky. The butcher shop on Lancaster street Miea Kate Blnin, introduced Prof. 07 0. Solid silver tea spoouB 15 per Bet at has changed hands again, making three Monroe as conductor and he made a Danks'. times during tho month it has been in abort address. Miss Lutilla Givens was Mixed spices for pickles at Warren & existence. This time George Logan is then elected secretary and the program Shanks'. tho buyer and the firm of Adams A Ben- was begun. The following teachers are Ladus' half shoes at almost cost at edict is no more. Mr. Logan saya he is present: Dr. W. D. Tardif, Messrs. here tr. uy and that ho and William in iBaac Fisher, It. 0. Durham. 0. S. Haynes Shanks'. "" going to give the Stanford people and Mieses Alice Carr, Ella Cook, Flor Taiilets and school supplies at Craig Si the at steak they ever ate. ence Cook, Lutilla GivenB, Anna M. Hocker's. Stewart.'.Mollie Butcher, Anna Whitley, Will Stump tub South. A dispatch Mrs. Am Tardif, Pleasio Robynson. G. Hats, huts, hate, halH at cash prices at in Sunday's Enquirer sent Inm Paris W. Gentry delivered an address. Prof. Shanks'. states that Miss Margaret IngelH, of that Monroe suggested that there be a queery IlBAnqUAHTEttH for fine perfumes. place, will etuinp the South in tbo inter- box and a critic, to which all agreed. In Craig i Hocker. est of the democratic nominees, Bryan the afternoon spelling and other subjects and Sewall. "My father has been all were discussed, many of the teachers and Negro, Jkhr Sali.kk, h his life a democrat, and now that this the conductor participating. died Friday night. great question has arisen, I am going to .1 ROYAL RECEPTION. Tan shoes ore being sold at very einr.II echo his sentiments," saya she. MiBS Ingels is wt II known in this county, hav- The M'tm Alcorn Entertain in Honor nf profits at Shanks'. Miss Barlow. ing frequently visited Mies Lou Hocker Wk aro ready nt our new quarters near at Hustonville. It is to be hoped that The elegant suburban rosidence of depot. Noel Sc Son. Stanford will tie included in her list of Judge J. W. Alcorn, with its spacious New calicofs, percale, Ac, for school appointments. There's no telling how grounds, hone in palatial splendor, many boltncrats would bo induced to Thursday night, when his charming ilrtBtufl at Severance it Son. fall into lino by a speech from so beauti- daughters entertained in honor of Mi?s Say, want a watcti ? Good time to ful and talented n young Indy aa Mifs Hallie Barlow, a bewitching little beauty of Franklin. The grounds were Illumigel it from Dank, tho Jeweler. Ingels. nated with Japanese lanterns and the Fruit jure, jelly glneses, tin cans and Bio Timb. A large number of persons house fairly ablaze in tho brilliancy of its took advantage of the "Circle Excuraion" Healing wax at Warren A Shuuka. electric lights. seats were run by the (I A C. Saturday and enjoyWe can save you money on family, ed it greatly. The fare from Junction arranged artistically over the grounds and in these as well as thoee within, the Craig A Hocker. reedy mixed paint City wih $1.50 and included a ride to happy party Bat and enjoyed the sweet Stoke housk with living rooma attach- High Bridge, then n ride on the steam- strains of music made by the Stanford ed, near depot, for rent. Apply to Noel boat, Burnside, down the Kentucky riv- orchestra, as they chatted and laughed in er to Frankfort, where the visitors were A Son. unalloyed delight. The guests were most . 11 shown all tho places of interest; then New and eleuratu llneof Glasswaro and they were taken via the Kentucky Mid- cordially received and welcomed by the (joeenswaro just received at Warren A land to Georgetown, where the Q. A 0. Misees Alcorn, Miss Barlow and Messrs. W. B. McKinney and J. S. Wells and afShanks'. again claimed them. Those who went terwards entertained by the Mieses Alfrom hero were: Mr. and Mrs. I. Mi W. P. Chooke has been appointed corn, Miss Mary Bruce and Mr. McKinC Bruce, Mrs. J. E. Portman, Mrs. J. H. Altamont in place of Col. ney. The supper was served by Gilcher, Yeager, Mrs. P. II. Idol, Mr. J. T. Orooke, deceased. of Danville, ami needs no further praise chaperones, Misses Clara and Ophebooks are ready and lia Lackey, Annie Jennings, Sue Willie except to say that it was superintended Taxes. The your taxes are due and uupaid. By set- Hale, Nettie nnd Georgia Wray, Sue by Mrs. Alcorn, whose taste is axiomatitling nt once you will nave yourself both Rout, Bessie Richards, Messrs. W. W. cal. It wna a most elegant entertainment throughout and in entire keeping expense and trouble. T. D. Newland, Withers nnd Jack Rent. with the reputation for hospitality which sheriil. the family enjoys. Miea Barlow added For LiFir. Henderson Jones was conMil. M. F. NoitTH write us thutheex-peel- s victed at Laneister after three days trial muny more iaurela to her pretty brow to announce hia candidacy lor of the murder of William Cumley and and increased her already long list of de county attorney at the proper time and given a life sentence. A most atrocious voted friends. It was getting along in asks that hia friends will not commit caso was made out and death ought f tbeweeamB' hours before the happy ttiompclves to any othnr candidate. 'have been the verdict. It seems that party disperst-- after hearty thanks to C. W. KiixMEitgot put oil the train the Jont h circulated a story that Cumley had those who had presented the occ a on other night, w hen he declined to pay the said that a neighbor named Simpson had from which so much hnppinees was obJones went tained. The following ia a list of thoee 10 cents fare charged between Stanford milked his (Cumley'c) cow. claiming that it was more to Simpson and told him this and they, present: and Rowland, Misses Jennie Gloster, Gallatin, Tenn., than the law allows. He siys he will together, went to Cumley'e house on the Oltvd Woods 00, St. Joseph, Mo., Susie evening of Juno 21. Both were armed sue for $2 000 dnuiages. and went, they say, tostraighten up the McKee Duncan, Louisville, Mattie and On account of the U. A. R. encamp- affair They called Cumley out of the Catherine Alcorn, Hustonville, Estill ment nt St. Paul, Sept. the L. A N. house and Simpson aakod if he had Walker and Nancy Hume, Richmond, will sell round trip tickets from Stanford made the remark about him. Cumley Lucy MpAfte, Lebanon, Katie Lee Yea-ge- r, Boyle, Annie Jennings, St. Louis. and contiguous towns along its liuo at Buid he had not, whereupon Jones said Misses Clara and Ophelia Lackey, $10.00. Sale beginB Aug. 20 and ends he was a d d liar, and, drawing bio pisSept. 1. Tickets good to Sept. 15 and tol, fired two shots at Cumley, one strik- Mattie Hopper, Isabella Bailey, Jenrjie may be extended to SOtli by depositing ing him on the arm nnd the other in tho and Marie Warren, Adele Sauiley, Annie tickets with joint agent at St. Paul on or abdomen. Cumley died the next day. Engleman.Sue and Bessie Woods, Belle before the 15th. Jones tied the country and wont to the Denny, Lena Bruce, Annie E. Bright, Dollie McRoberta, Georgia and Nettie Ground to Pieces. The mangled body mountains of Eastern Kentucky. Gov, Wray, Bees Richards, Sue Rout, FanBradley ollored a reward of $200 for his of Georgo Baker was found on the railnie and Annta Shanks, Maggie and Emroad track about a mile North of Oorbln arrest and about three weeka ago ho was ma Owsley, Pearl Burnside, Sadie and Friday. It ia known that a train of 31 captured in Rockcastle county Mary Bruce, Josephine Reid. brought back. care passed over him and he was literally Messrs. Tom, Will and Gabe Lackey, chopped to pieces. From bullet boles Lirbrty Fair. The Liberty fair was a Robert Bosley, ABbby Warren, William found in his body it is believed that he Buccesa as we predicted it would be. Burch, Leslie Bosley, Jim BeazIey.S. M. was murdered and thrown on the track Stock from a half dozon or more counties Logan, J. N. Saunders. Mosea Cook, Carl and the coroner's jury returned a verdict was shown and people were there world Wheeler, Nath McKinney, Ben Wearen, accordingly. Bakor lived near Oorbin without ond. Over 2,500 tickets were Thomas Shanks, R. G.' Denny, William and was a very poor man. Bold the second dy, while on Friday the Shanks, Georgo Farris, G. M. Cooper, W. Brodhead Fair. Mr. A. E. Albright, crowd was nearly as large. The good S Embry, A. 8. Price, Jack Rout, J. R. treasurer of the Rockcastle County Fair people of Casey did all in their power to Bush, John Bright, Clarence Tate, P. M. Association, writea us that September entertain their guests and their hospital- McRoberis, Henry N. Faulconer, Geo. ity is the subject of much praise. Be- McRoberta, Albert Severance, Rowan 1 are the days decided on to hold the Fair at Brodhead and that bjg prepa- sides an unusual good show of stock the Sautley, Harry Baughman, Joe McAlisrations are already being mado for it. races wero well filled and hotly contest- ter, Will Hocker, W. A. Tribble, Lucien Theone-thirof a mile track ia about ed, On WedueBday,Tom McAlister cap- Lewis, Sam "W. Menofee. completed and carpenters are hard at tured the pureo after no exciting raco li UNA WAY ACCIDENT. work on the grand ttaud, stables, Sic. with Beveral other good ones. The 2:25 Thursday waa won by J. H. AlLancaster, Aug. 24th. In a runaway Tho prospects for a good allow of etjck cIbbs trot len's Sentinel; Grady Wilkes waa second here to day, Mesdames James Hill and and a big crowd are very Mattering. 9 and Harve McAninch'a entry third Hiram Collier were painfully hurt and a Boils in tub Air. Three of tho five Harve McAninch'a good mare won the, son of Mrs. Collier prjbably fatally in carpenters who havo been working on Casey county trot or pace Friday, with j tired. E. 0. W. the Joseph Price Hospital building, on Grady Wilkes secoud and M. K. Hum Another camp meeting is going on Whitley Avenue, have been compelled phrey'a stallion third. Lincoln county to quit work on account of boils or car got a good share of the premiums na she at High Bridgo almost aa bad as the othbuncles. John Stone had a carbunclo always does when sho makes a fight for er one. n John Ohamborlin, the on each hand; Lee Stone baa an immense them. Mr. W. A. Tribble'a Kate Mai while several oth- and popular Washington and Saratoga boil on one of hia knees, while J. A. loygot two of the ties, Wrigbt'e face is considerably disfigured ers in Bailey A Drye'a string graduated hotel man, ia dead. Alvina Smith, a young woman 20 by a large boll. John Allan and Tom The music furnished by our band gave 8tone have not been troubled yet, but splendid satisfaction and the boya are yeara old, of Terre Haute, Ind., murderthey are in daily fear of the seeming ep- - j very much pleased with tho kind treat- ed her baby at Cincinnati, by choking it to death. ment they received. idemtc. m and mane living more pleasant. Fair and is predicted for today. CLOSE OUT OXJR EWTIEB STOCK And will sacrifice it in order to get rid of a large stock. Everything a Bargain. Jel-lic- W. H. WBAREN & CO. BY- - -- UNDER TAKING 1 jr. c. BPCiBJEnr, o'AKc Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. 2 con-ven- ed t o ?gO 2 3 ra n- - 0 " 5 J5. 3 JL, ij ? t El-k- 1 O 0 O rr -- , ;- - well-kuo- m p 82. 3 -- . c 5 - - S- :pi 2- a hi r O arllUS pp3?8? i- a Q D yAJ I s . e 3 & 3 W . g" O 2. n to -- Tete-e-tet- e HW n Boy, s. tl X' I 3 t i o- - 3 o If you haven't bought you a new Phaeton, Sorry or BocMioaiu, They are going at prices in the reach of all. It will soon be time to use Now is your time. post-rutH'.er- Em-br- y, tx Wheat Drills, Land Rollers And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. B. K. WEAREN. NEW FALL GOODS Coming in Daily. n 1, New Clothing', New Shoes, New Hats, New Pants, Percales, Calicos, Apron Ginghams, Bleached and Brown Cottons at prices that competition don't touch in this section. NOW IS A GOOD TIME To buy Cotton Goods. They will never be as cheap again. Lil-lar- d, JUST FOR A FLYER You should We offer A Yard Wide Brown Cotton at 4c. visit Short length woolens at half price. Odds and ends in Hosiery at a triflle only. Our Remnant Counter SEVERANCE & SON. 29-Oc- t. d KEEPYOUREYE Withers' Furniture Store And you will profit by looking through occasionally. An Elegant Sideboard in Oak, 7 Feet Tall, 4 Feet Wide, With 14x24 Bevel Plato Glas3, for $10 00. d I propose giving my customers, who have been faithful and low prices this fall. true,un-precedente- ' m m well-know- W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, &c, Stanford, Ky. Sf Michael Shuppert, of Adams, Ind., dug from one hill six potatoes which F. Reid, weighed collectively, nine pounds' and Stanford. 2t. eight ounces. Tho largest potato weighPublished Every Tuesday and Friday Frenk Anderson eold to W. A. Her-r!- n ed over AT two pounds and the amalleot one a yoke of oxen for $50. pound. 63 PER YKAKIX iViDVA-JSTOIC Torn Stono eold to V, F. Vepplea a Or When hoi topaid 32.50 will be charged." Buoklln'B Arnica Salve bunch 0! yearling heifera at 2c, In the world for The Roy Wilkea and hla daughter, Pearl Jorei, bet salve rheum, fever tores ctitt, bruhest totter, chapulcers, talt K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ped hands, chilblains, corn t and all akin eruption!. en me record, 2:00. 0 , now have the Ht potitively cure pilea, or no pay reputred. It It Trains leave Stanford l 7:10 a. rn., and 4:05 Kidd bought for Lehman Bros. 110 luaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money p, m., returning it 4:30 p. m., and 9:20 p. m. Price cents per cattle in Bourbon, 1,400 to 1,074 lba. at 4c. refunded. Roberta15druggist. box. For tale by W. U. Mc Mrs. Kate Brcaddus sold to J. O. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. cattle Johnson, of Boyle, six Two Lives Savod. No. st, Train going North.,..., . 11 37P m at 3c. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., wat " . 3 ij a ra No, t6. " the had consumption Joe Patchen has paced a half in 57 told by her doctorsfor her, but two bottletand that ' South .... No. 13, . j 04 p m of Dr. there wat no hope . t 03 p m seconds. .... Ho.tj, Many think he is the King' New Discovery completely cured her and the says It saved her life. Mr. Thot. Kcgers, 1)9 QUEEN & CRESCENT. horee. Florida St., San Kinnclsco, suffered Irom a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without James Robinson sold to Alex Holtz-claTrains past Junction City at tollowi: result every thin; else then bought one bottle of a bunch of fat cattle averaging about Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was Ho. t South u.07 P m No. a North ...3 41 p ra " 3 ' cured. Ho Is naturally thanklul. It it such .. t 00 p m 1,100 pounds at 3c. it.ooaro ' 4 of which thesoare samples, that prove the am " 6 " 5 " " ...3 IS a m it 35 m ' 8 35 p " ..6 00 a to " 10 Bailey sold to W. H. Prewitt, wonderful efficacy of this medicinoln coughs and John 9 colds. Free trial bottles at W. It. McRoberts' r Nora. Not. 4 and 5 and 0 and to run no of Boyle, a email hunch of two and Drugstore. Regular size jee and Si. than Junction City All trains stop there. 9 m t cattle at 2jc. OldPooplo. Montie Fox bought of A. C. RobinOld people who require medicine to regulate son, Leander Davidson and J. V. Cook the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not SS 1,500 pound cattle at 3 00 to 4c. and contains na whitky nor other intoxiIt acts An agent for the Spaniah govern- cant, but sett as a tonic and an alterative. strength only on the ttomache and bowcls.addmg ment bought 300 mules at St. Louis, to and giving tone to tne organs, thereby aiding na!" ture in the performance ot the function!. be shipped to Cuba at 125 to 3100. trie Bitten it an excellent appctuer and ",lr Old people find it Just. XZ Arthur V. threw out a splint in a per bottle at W. 1). McKobertt' need. Price race in Illinois the other day and Tom drugstore, 50c Yeager shipped him back to Danville. A business roan is not the most patient creature Thompson & Brown bought in Rock In the world He can not wait to hear any ailment, lie ol the eteera atCJc and had doesn'tout story ofstrawtcause a his spun theory castle 24 fine about care two He may bo himself. them on the market at Lancaster yester- of how hetothould treat consumption. That, he scrofula or day. will tell you, "hat nointng 10 uo wun me ss.b. be cured, write Requital, the favorite, won the Twin He wants to be well. If hecan a prescription and send in your bill. So here's City handicap in New York Saturday. out first part ot the proposition. the Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Dlicovery is a mi Dutch Skater was second and Buck Mas-spersons of scrofuSEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNfl! ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Southdown Bucks (or eale. NOSIa DEALERS Good, Clean, Cheap In exchange. & SON, KY. Corn and J. B. THOMPSON, Is a candidate for Congress to this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic NOTICE I IN COAL, Come and see us. Party. Near Railroad Crossing, East or Depot, -- STANFORD, SAM W. MENEFEE Is a Candidate for Sheriff or Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic pa ty. sub- Having bought of I. W Adams hit Coal Plant and good will at Rowland, ICv..t will nntintm th Coal llusisest at tald dace W. T. SAUNDKRS will have charge or It aa he it well known In thai end ol tho county, 44 J. n. HIOGINS. Hay taken ........ CALL ON F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., GARLAND democratic party. singleton I Pi r7Q ' wilt uVe a,) th hiJe I can get for cash or In ttadelor leather en court days atStanlord or at my home In Otten- helm. Chat. Ennslin, Tanner P ILIUIUO. It a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the TO THS LADIES 1 SOO-pou- 1 two-minu- te Pocket Key Checks by Mall for on',,' 33 Cents. For Baggage and Kcr Checks, Metal Checks of all kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key Is a candidate 'or Assessor of Lincoln county, Kings, Chains, Ac. Stamping cm Metal and general repairing. Shop over M. V Elmote's store, subject to the action oi the democratic party. Stanford, Ky. S6 FRANK S. GREEN w St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, I&y-FA- IR J. F. HOJLDAM I am back from the elites with everything Ihit It new and pretty In the Millinery line. A visit to my store will convince you that this stock It th4 most complete. Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. MISS LICC1K IlKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky ts It n candidate for Attestor of I.Inrnln county, subject to the action of the democratic parly A. S. PRICE, Ky. -- fur-he- tureo-year-ol- SAMUEL M. OWENS a Surgeon Dentist, Office over McRobertt' WARNING. ject Is a candidate forhhcnfTof Lincoln County, subto the action of the democratic party. Stanford, Ky. N&Jg ?m$ mwHH P0YA! pro stitn-lua- to We want to give those who one us fair warning that we shall give them two weeks more to settle up with us, and If they do not come up in that time, we shall put their accounts in the hands of Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln County, au officer. MKKSHON A-- GKKEK tubject to the action of ths democratic parly. Your tupport it earnestly solicited. EMMETT McCORMACK HI. Drug Store In the Owtley llullding. FOE SAL.E. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For Hale. Hat on it good, comfortable Dwelling of Sit Rooms, and all necestary outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa tyring Hock, alto a tplendid, never falling well. ror fuither particular! auclv to lAS.1V HA LEV, 3 Stanfoid, Ky. aldtui-gettio- CARROLL BAILEY. DOC DRVB BATLx'Ersr & Proprietort DEYE, F. ELKIN It a candidate for Attetsor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. lone-draw- n Trnlninjj and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. First-clas- JOE T. E9IHRY a subject to the action cl the democratic party, ttnd Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, eanuitly asks your support. s and prepared tor sale. roadsters ami saddlers bought and told on commission. Good hall mile track and best ttablet In the country. 8 ml .1 at A IU h.liuiwaiv fits A IsasaA i.vsnui U . f f MllllUlll fA....t-.VVUUIJi Int. O I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory,! C. G. BAKER ie Ice regularly every morning, POWDER Absolutory Puro.i SHELBY & SHELBY; The Woodford Sun aays that J. N. Six weeks ago I sutlered a very severe cold, was A good Kctldtnce House In Stanford, with year almost unable to tpeak. My Ir ends all advised 14 YEARS Camden Bold eight thorong-bre- d store house on same lot. lor sale. The let contains .Noticing Chamber-laln- 't consult a physician. s acre, and can lie easily divided, putting storeReport. lings at $350. D. M. Map.ee Fold his farm me to Cough Remedy advertised in the St. Paul house and residence on separata lots. At Volkt Zeitung I procured a bottle and alter tak- Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f ablt price and cu easy terms. Apply to roas.n ROYAL BAKING POWDERICO. of 2GG acres at $55.50. most ing it a thort while was entirely well. I nowsufler-lnI. N. bAl'NDERS. Staulord, Ky. anyene Jlf Fisher's Nutbreaker, by Nutwood, heartily recommend this remeoy toSelby Ave., it. Water Pipes, Por New York. City, - Kontuckv. 'm. Keil, 6;S with a cold. dam Bonny Doon, by Aberdeen, died in Paul Minn. celain Bath Tubs Turnouts, Prompt Attention, V.ry For tale by Craig A Hocktr, Stanford, Ky. Bourbon. He was 12 years old and had Reasonable Katn. A portion of your patroutc. It Atrecialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO retpectfully solicited. sired 152:30 performers, 18 6m. NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out Mr little boy. when two years of age, wat taken W. B. Kidd bought several hundred very III with bloody flix. I was advised to use And see the new Hats at Mit. Dudderat't of the State Atk your Danvlllt ol Fashion this week New Legon, new THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, cattle in Clark at 4cts, of them 191 are Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrhealI care friendt about my work. Panamit. ail the new PertUn elfecti In Flowers and luckilv procured part of a bottle. and Kibbcnt Handsome giwdt but Low Pricet and gave It accordingly. to be delivered in September and 21 to fully read the directions Dress the latest style and He wat very low. but slowly and surely he began T. F. CLARKE. notice. making done inD. DlDDKRAK, on thort JOBT1TSOIT, be delivered in November, weight 1,550 to improve, gradually recovered and Is now stout M life MRS. KATK Dl DDKRAR and strong as over. I feci sure it tated his Clement House llullding, Danville, Ky. pounds. Is Agent for The I I never can praise the Remedr half Its wtrth Sam Owens is greatly elated over aa sorry every one in the world docs Lot know Ltna S. lllnton, at I New : : Co. defeating E. D. Kennedy's great saddle how good It Is, MariondoCo Mrs , Florida. Grahamsvtlle, Ky. And The Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. For tale by Craig ft. Hocker, Stanford mire, Rowena Webb Russell at the LibON IMPROVED FARMS erty fair with his "common, every day" Aetna Accidont Insuranco Since t8;g there haie been nine epidemics oi saddle gelding. In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 percent , temi-adsentery In different partt of the countrv ina Company. and no commission charged. Address nual interest; Chamberlain 1 Colic. At Cleveland the 40 heats were trot- which Remedy wat used with Cholera succeA.Dys-entery- , perfect OKO W. DAVY. Room 17. Kenyan lluiluing, Hen and Most Favorable Ttrmt ol Insurance Attorney Law, Twenty Louisville, Ky. For blank application, and furted at an average of 2:14.84. when epidemic, is almost at severe and best ther Information, inijuir. ol J N. Saunders, Atdangerous at Atlstic cholera. Heritoforn heats were paced at an average of 2:01. efforts of the most skilled physicians havethefailed - torney, Staaferd, Ky. S2. The average time ot the meeting, to check its raracet : thit remedr. howter, hat WILL CURE cured tho most malignant cases, both of children Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court (GO heats) waB 2:11. and adults and under the most tr lng conditions, House. Collr etiont receive erpeclal attention. SS which proves it Arrangements are being made in world for bowel to be the best med.clr.e in the Scrofula, Salt Rheum, & complaints Sores, Uoils, Pustules, New York for a rice to take p'ace at For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford Ky : Eczema, Tetter, : Brighton Beach in 1900 which will be Ky. and all diseases of the blood and of foreign worth $150,000. Msny ent'iea Sole proprietor Druo't Ulack Diamond Root Taint. t.stirsal.s furnished for painting Wood, horses are expected. Makes You Well. MeUl and Iron Roofs. Satiilactton ruaranteed. NOW OPEN.- A great race will be trotted at Read-vill- o All roola painted with Dean's Ulack Diamond HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Indigestion, constipation and dysI'ainl guaranteed for yean. Deabrt la beit CitDEALER IN The starters will Park tern Pumni and Galvanif.d Inm Offers hit tervicet 0 the people ot West Lin pepsia, kidney and liver disease PKItSIi.vrENGAGEMIiNTS GlVIt PROM- lied and Ulack lion Hooting uf all 1'iti... limit, si tl co'n and Casey Counties. run stock of Coffins be Fantasy, Beuzetta, William Penn, yield to its curative powers and ad Caskets always on hand. ISE of Largest AttenKlamath, Hulda, Kentucky Union and GROCERIES, HARDWARE, D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. 05 when cured it Onoqua; all champions. dance for Years. Ha?-TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, Keeps You Well. NATIONAL BANK Marion Mills paced a mile, last week without sulky or driver, in 2:0Sl. This Sold in Lincoln county by GLASSWARE, &c. New Music, Now Chefs. lor STANFORD, KY. New Ideas. is the faetest performance of the kind ev B. McRoberts, Stanford. W. J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, er made, and establishes a world's reWRITE FOR TERMS. Capital Stock " 8100, OOO Penny's Drug Store, Oahkosh, Wis. cord. It was at - Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. " Craig & Hocker, CUS HOFMAMN, Surplus Fully 800 acres of corn near Aurora Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. and Lawrenceburg, Ind., are submerged Attention of the public Is invited lo ths far " F. B. Twid well, Be Sure to Give Him a Call. Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large by highwater; in many places only the that this Is ths only National Hank In Stanford K and Commodious Sample Rooms. Under the provitioni of ths National Dank A. Hammond, Hubble. J. growing corn can be seen. Be Hails and office connected by Electric Belli. tassels of art secured not only by th. capital Tanner Bros., McKinney. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor aa sides this, much wheat in shocks has amount equal to the ttock. to that dsDotliurt of J. F. Alstott, Powers. floated away. chit lottllution art secured by a fund of $400,000. Five tworn statement! of tn. condition of the bask Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. Weeds & Lynn bought of M. S. Junction City, Ky. art mads eschytsrto the United SUtet governcattle at 3c. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Baughman 12 ment and tttatteti are taamlotd at tUlsd timet by government agsnu, thus securing additltoos I am still agent for Falls and will of S. H. Baughman two averaging 1,300; keep a supply of all kinds of BranchtoCoal get tuch and perfect taftty to depositors. Yours for Health, you Coal, F. B. RILEY. Proprietor, New Management, This institution, originally established at th. Ave cowa and calves at at you want at the lowest pottlble rrices for Cath. of S. M. Owens Deposit Itsakof Stanford In 1I5S, then Crotung, opposite Office, Mill Jam its T. Cooke, London. - - - Kentucky. 510 and of D. W. Vandoveer a bunch of Roller Mills. St. and Railroad J. B HIOGINS. Extensive Improvements, lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S05 and again rt'organiiedas the Klrsl National Bank ol Harrodsburg, Ky. Stanlcrd, Ky 37 fat bogs at 2 So. Excellent Appointments. Sunlord in s&St, hat had practically an uninterI have moved to my new Hotel and am bett.i rupted rmtcoceof is years. Ills better supplitd Caution. Since wh use nothing but ever to now with lacilitltt for transacting butintst prompt Srcpar.d thanattached accommodate the public and every convenience dt select wheat, and guarantee every pound The most accessible Summer Retort in Ken- ly and liberally than ever before is itt long and sirtd. Give at a call. tucky. The greatest diversity ol Mineral Watert bonorablt career. Accountt of corporations, fiduof our flour, you should insist on having FRANK KILXY. jj to be found any where. While Sulphur, Ulack ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toileSulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Mtgnctia, Sail, ted. our goods. Some other mills are grindTh. Directory ol thlt Kink it competed ol Alum, Ac, in an abundance. Hops every Friday A. G. Lanham ing smutty and musty wheat. J. 1. John 13. Cattleman. night Music by splendid orchestra. Write for Forcstut Head, Lincoln county; Circular and Analrsls of waters. Table first" Baughman & Co. S.T, Harris, Lincoln; Class. J. II. Collier, Lincoln; A fine young Baddle stallion belong J. B. OWENS & SON, J. W. Haydtn, Stanford; ing to John and Homer Baughman, of 36 Junction City, Ky. S. II. Uaughinan,( Lincoln; Boyle, was Btolen from E P. Faulconer's J. S. Hocktr, Stanford; INSURANCE COMPANY stable near Danville Friday night. He W. A.Trlbbla, SUaford; We do not propose directly to make you a present, but M. D. KImore, Stanford; is a son of Mr. E. P. Woods' Eagle Bird if you need anything in our line, you can save enough T. P. Hill, Stanford; OF LIVERPOOL. ., ar.il like his sire is a magnificent indiFarm No, l contains ajt acres In Washington K. L. Tanner, McKinney; money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice prescounty, Ky . the greater part of which Is In grass; vidual. M.J. Miller, Ml. Vsrnon.Ky well watered; with good improvements, includ Frank Agan's three heata in 2:05, ent. Come and see the many things we are offering ing new metal rool tobacco barn lar 10 acre crop J. B. Hocker, President; B3BBEE J no. J. McRobeitt, Cashier; This farm It situated what is pronounced the pace at 2:04, 2:04i, in the best district In Kentucky ror White Uurlcy ToA. A McKinney, Aist. Cashier T bacco. Comfortable residence houte. Cleveland, broke four records his own, MANAGERS, COST, Farm No. a contains 00 acres in same locality. the track record, tho grand circuit re with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco Commerce Building', Louisville. cord, and the world's record for three barns, One ot the best improved farms in the Co county. Agents Throughout the South. consecutive heats in a regular c'asa event. Doth farms are in fine state of preservation, well OF STANFORD, KY., There is one county court that holds watered ond fenced Close to R. II. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. tt now fullyorganited and ready for buslneit with its own the Montgomery. Thore were For information apply to agent, 1,500 cattle on the market last court day local J. N. SAUNDERS, 10 Stanford, Ky. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. was than for 12 - Kentucky. and trade Feedersbrisker S.GO, yearlings Stanford, Surplus, . 20,000, sold at months. 37tf 2 at 3 and cows and heifers at 2 to SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL? BANK OK STANFORD, Hogs brought 3 to 3. Mules brought Portland San Francisco. 140 to JG0. Now doting up) with the tamt atttti and und.i At Assignee ol Ueailey Drot. and Mrs M A, too tame management. ..To the., Ilearley, I will, on Bailey & Drye got seven each of By provitiont of itt chatter, depositor! are at fully protected at aio depositors in National blue and red ties at the Liberty fair laat Uankt, TUESDAY, 1896 liaole to its tharcholders being held Individually the eatcnt of th amount of their stock week. Two blues wero won on W. L. Via The On their premises, one mile from Stanford on the therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths two on W. A. Tribble's EvanB' Hums; amount invested In such shares. It may act as Hustcnvillo turnpike, tell publicly the caecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, u fully at of Mrt. M. A. Ilcaiiey in Kate Malloy; two on F. B. Twid well's tn individual. his- Is Receiving To thote who entrutted their buitlnctt to ut Pattie and one on W. H. Wharton's Nobwhile mnaglng Iho Lincoln National Bank ol 83 ACRES OF LAND, by Squirrel. The reds were divided as Stanlord, we we here tender our many thankt and the remainder interest in same trust they will continue to transact their bntineac And also follows: C. E. Tate's gelding three; Kate -- fTlOUISVlUt NWjUjAKTtj'jICjGa KiT belonging 10 Deailey iiros of the with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt attenaro owned by other persons who will, at tion to tame, our twenty ye art' experience la Will Cook's mare one, W. remainder Malloy one; a fair price, convey their interests to thopurchtser banking and at liberal accommodations at are coa. L, Evans' one; double team one. ot the above, and the residue of tho remainder Is uttent with tound banking, Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Only Dining Car Route From 9 owned by a minor 10 years old. A bond will be The government crop report contains Give him a Call. given the purchaser that, on attaining her majorencouragiug Gguras. The yield of Inity, she will convey her interest to hun at tame J J. Willlami.Mt. DimcToxt: Vernon; rate the rett of tho land sells. Also a tract ot S, H. Shanks, Stanford; dian corn promises to exceed that of HERD OF THE 18 ..YCnTCS OF LAND, J. S. Owtley, Stanford; 1S95. The wheat harvest will be someS.J. Kmbry, Stanlord; Elegant Pullman Vestibuted Belonging to Ueailey Bros,, adjoining the above, Tho oats crop will be larger, what less. J.B.Owsley, Stanford; Sleepers of Modern Pattern. originally a part of the same tract, Uood dwelling the barley crop a little less; rye ana toand out buildings on the tract. Also l(j J. F Catb, Stanford; For maps or any information, addrett My Breedert were selected from tno best herdt jjkBBBBBBBBVBHBBHHBBBaBBaBBBBBBBBBBtkaV William GoochStanlord; bacco a little more, and buckwheat and of this famous breed of twine In teveral different Horcs,a CoVB,20 Stoulc XXoss, HO E.H.BACON TRANK J. REID,) f D. P. A , A. W.'.Carpenter, Mllledgovills, AcroH OrowiiiK Corn, HO of Outw, G. P. Agent, t or potatoes will be a large yield, The cot- States. A splendid lot ol pigs of ditlrent ages (, ) Louisville for sate. Bred towt a specialty,. Satufactloa (.Chicago. O of 33nrloy, 2 .liorno Wngons, full W.'fI.!Cumuiint,'.Prachrt III,, ton crop has been damaged somewhat, guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address !S? flavsssssssHsssssBiiasdsV'H Be sure to call for S, II. Shtnki, President); Sco. rrW?tNPaIZ5SBBMHlsssBHaa BotFnrmriiiplomoiitH, sale, H jtvMjiHBawctwfpm.jnafajsjatjafaKmH Monon Route. report a higher perBRONAUGH, but several States Terms made known oa day of , Dr. J.B. Owtley, Cashltr, Crab Orchard, Ky, St Paul.; centage than usual. iStd J. B. PAXTON, Astlgnce. W. M. Bright. Teller. Denver. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United StatesGov-ernmen- t crobe hunter and killer. Many third. lous blood encourage the breaking out of unsightlungs. going Bales & McElwalne, of Madison ly sores to prevent the disease of dread to thediscom. and There is no need of this state have sold to Gen. John B. Castleman, of fort. Purity the blood It can be done. Golden 08 per cent, of all Medical Discovery Louisville, tho fancy saddle mare, Rub" consumptive cases will cure all other lingering also of and lung diseases. bronchial, throat sell Dare, for $500. Superior Plumbing! i. Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln, subject to actloa of the democratic party. Thinking the Southern end of the county It entitled to a slice ol the pie he askt your tupport. Trie. 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. m nth. Allb Ills must positively tit nald the first Anir amount between m Bf a workman of RESIDENCE FOR SALE. to and loo Ibt. at Wclo. of each K, I1RKMRK. A EXPERIENCE Props. Uvcry, Feed and Sale Stable, First-Clas- Junction s DB. W. B. PEinrz1, m Coma One, Coma All. Tern-pi- e Rem-ed- M. W. Dentist, Stanford, Ky. w. s. btjkch:, at Cooke's MONEY To LOAN York Liic Ins. Dial-rhoe- Stanford, Kentucky, Sarsaparilla tr , 1 J. T. JOKES, Stanford, J. T. SUTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, J. K. VanArsdale, ORCHARD SPRINGS -- Tin Sheet Iron Works, m i.i. FIRST Somerset, Kentucky. Proprietor. 23,700 THE RILEY HOUSE 1,220-poun- COAL ! LinniBfta Sprini aa 71 - Two Farms For Sale. 111 S G8STLEME. free-for-a- ll S-A- "a W. A. THIBELS, W. P. TATE, Stanford. H. G. RUPLEY, Farmers BanMTrnst PUBLIC SALE. SEPT.15, THE MERGMT -- TAILOR o .PJEoOTGr. AN BLUF.-GUAS- STOfMCim Two-eiglu- lOUXSirX3CI.E TO CHICAGO, S -- KCRED R. H. KOGS. usssIsssIs9sbBbbbbK!.' .,, .jw- - .... -- . in. A. .. li'.-i- u t' .mm .MtwW'll;fca,.,5',J . ,' ljg. mt"H 'uu iila i mhh.to. ml. "wawi !ljjljasjtlifiii ill! -- .1 -