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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896090101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i " 5 ' '. "''V- - r; "V- - , SEMI-vol. xxv. nn vsn crjsrk, case y co unt y. W EEKLY .. 1 Interior Journal. 1. 1896. STANFORD KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER NO. 53 WILLIAM SHELTON, TUIi LONDON FAIR popular man in his district. Said Dan SHELBY CITY. 0ll"r Ilft" '"'"' "' "' and There. K. Hawlincs tho other day, "Mr. Black ''"' la tlin Intkiiioh Journal nwaro thnl A Iari!B anil nntlinainatln Mrrnn nml would carry Knox county beyond doubt. :.:.. .. . .... 1"l)i ...... ni.i iuat ovur ttio hill from llm court. iionso la ' Tin. ..... annua! cAiiiuiuuu Ul U1U uaur 8ewo11 0lub WB" organized here Saturday iheroare republicans galore who um.i f ' Liberty, in a Wealurn direction, theru la ol ouruy rair AMoclatlon, liku its pred-- a support him and under the existi ng cir ll,Rht With W' E Grubb9. president; Dr. eceeaor. whs a ijliuerintr buccuim. Moro larKB communltv full of life and bnl-- j "III. L ! THE STATTFORD .F.EM&.TE COLLEGE. Prosidont. ueau activity? Yet it ia bo. At tli foot of tho bill nour tho crossing of liniHti Greek, etandfl MiUlioll Taylor's mill wbero this busy bum of mhcbinery can d be beard at nil timea, and tbo octive mo vlni around of man and tonma can bo eoen from morning till night. Near at band elands n h amino mu rrol-duioccupied by a retired old bacbel-io- r, Uncln Tommy Jellrlfs, and bis older maiden nlater, Aunt Polly. Never kuh a pate-iugan- more boapitable couple. At tbo brln-nlnof the war tbey resided on tbo border between Clinton county, Ivy., and Fentress county, Tonnesaee. It was bere tbo hot breatb of tbo South mr--t the softer Union breezes of Southern Kentucky and tbey wouldn't mix barmoniouelyi and Uncle Tommy and bis stater being of peaceable turns of mind, retired f'om the scenes of fierce passions and turmoils On tbo opposite side of tbo creek stands tbo old church Iioubo beloiijiQK to tho Separate Haptinta, where regular meet are carried on, ings anuounuay-ficiioo- i and occasionally tbey have singing classes in operation. Within sight stauds tbo new church owned wo believe by the United Uaptiat and the Christian donom (nations. Religious exercises aro carried on hero nearly every 8abbatb. two flourishing school districts aro alio hero on the creek bottoms in close proximity Sharpra and Aliens, so named from those living in the. upper d'atrict beiuu mostly Sharprs, and tbois in the lower bolng mostly named Aliens. Being in a Bomewhat reminiscent mood, memory will go back to the past and aesociale acenea and things with the present. Tbo first wedding I ever attend-ewas nearly M years a so, but three ceremoniefi are distinctly remembered. Memory of the first of the three, ia doubly vivid from tho fact that it fell on the papNedoi! quietly." My republican friend, Judg W. L night that Mr. Miller's conviction of the Brown, took moro interest in the fftir fultlllmentof all prophecies, and the intricate mathematical calcula'iina bis tiau anybody. His overy ellou was used transit of the Pons Aainorum enabled in making the visitors, feel at hoinu and him to make, led him to advertiao a Iwn tbosa who know him can best know bow vu I he sucreeded. a excuislon to glory. Ilia faithful As usual much interest was manifested were assembled at the numerous stain tho fancy turnout ring. Mita Mollie tions olong the route, arrayed in ascen-eiorobes, confirmed in confidence that Hiley, one of the prettiest girls in whs the successful contestant, and tho train would boon schedule time by the extraordinary celestial pyrotechnics the verdict was a satisfactory one. On Thursday and Friday nlgbta deof tbatevening, hut flgurvH lied, and that lightful hopa were given at the Riley train is yet late. However, I followed the elder white folks to the cabin to eee Sam- IIousi whero until a late hour the light bo and Dinah cemented by their pahaon fantastic was tripped. Gnllant beaux in the "bo fo do wah." For 10 years that and pretty girls from several counties ceremony shook my faith in the white were present and nothing waa left unbrothers superiority, till I heard one get done that would add to the pleasure of oirtbo same from the discipline of the Capt. Kiluy's guests. A cake walk at Judge W. L. Hrnivn's M, K. church. Thursday night was a very amusing afThe second was tho ceremony of a Boroing, It. M. of Springfield, Ky., which fair. Judge Vincent was tho gum of conception and expres- Jackson and Mr. Pollard represented sion, unrivalled; but for originality, tho sons of Ham and made very creditable Right. He v. Andy Jackson Gibony, U. 0. Negroes. The judges found conaiderah'o (unique nunsar), familiarly called "Dick,1' trouble In awarding the premium which resident at Liberty, takes the cake. Dick was given to Mr. Jeckson and Mrs. ties the moat artistic conjugal knot on reThe following Lincoln county people cord, and n phonographic record of tho were at tho fair Friday: Mr. and Mrs. law congratulatory remarks with which ho supplements the prouuncimento, in A O. Martin, A. 0. Dunn, C. 0. and lieu of prayer, is all that is required to John McOlure, Tom, Ben and Will Nafurnish our literature another proao-poe- pier, John Murphy, Dan Holman, J. N. of deserved rank with Moore's Ep- baunders, Mrs. Dr. I. S. Burdett and Bister, Miss Jennie Payne, S. H, Tatum, icurean. Wado Perkins, Jas. Brouaugh, Steve Tester, George Dunn. Mrs. Martin took GRIT AND GRACE. premiuniB on white cake and sweet pick Head Up. UM K Uar-grove- d, better quality was on band than ever bnlornnnd the crowds that at tended each day grently exceoded that of any previous fair. The trots and running races each day wore hotlv contested, the goad hunir up having drawn oomeof the best horses in tho State. Tho ll trot Friday was a very interesting rtce. Thorn wore three aterters and th first heat was wen In L':.'12J by a horse thiHtoaiiiH all the way from Georgia. Ool. S., llonry Traynor's crsek, got the next three heats, however, and won tho race. In tho pacing race another Georgia horse was victor. The running race had eight starters and was won by a Madison county entry The sweepstake saddle stallion ring was one of the featured of tbo day. Six splendid animals wero exhibited and the blue tio Anally went to D. B. Collier, of Madison. The judges were nearly a half hour in rendering their decision. For the first time in years Mrs. John W. Rutin, a former Lincoln county lady, failed to win in tho ladies' driving ring. There are few bettor reinBwomen than sbo, but tho judges aaw lit to give tho premium to Mrs. ot Louisville, and Mrp. Bastin's friends wcro considerably hurt. As president of the association, Mr. J. T. Williams is bard to beat. Full of life and thoroughly identified with tbo people, he is certainly tho right man in the right place. Bob Jackson, as general manager, was also a success, while Carl HanBer aa secretary, was most proficient and acdtnundating. Tho crowd Friday was variously estimated at from 3,500 to 1,500. The immense amphitheatre was crowded and many were uiuble to gut seats at all. Thero was little or no drunkenneea and to nee the old expression, "everything free-for-u- Htock mid n ) s, cumatancea I believe ho would be elected." Mr. Black is a abrowd politician, a fine man and his election would be nn honor to his district. A Bryan club several hundred atrorg has been organized at Baroourville. D. B Faulkner la president and a good one ho le. Mr. Faulkner was an original gold man, but he is not one of the stubborn kind and readily submits to the will of tho majority. The Bradley Guards were going through somo military tactics when I got to Barbourville Saturday afternoon and the way they handled their guns was a caution. Captain Charlie TinBley has them under excellent control and much good fighting may be exp'cted of them If they aro brought to tbo test. The boys make a splendid showing and are as good looking a set as onecould find in a lengthy search. Corbin is still growing and there's no telling how large she will get if a halt is not called. Our Mr. T. M. White and Charles Kenner, aro among tho merchants there and both of them nre getting a good deal of this world's goods. The former has a well stocked furniture and undertaking store, while the latter runs a bakery that Is making him money hands over flit. E. O. W. wide-a-wa- 'L! 2' TJSTS AND MASONS GA LORE. I'ltBACilBRsriLLK, Aug. 30. Tbo Baptists church here waa crowded to hear Uv. A. V. Sizsmore'a "Missionary Sermon." This church, composed of nbont 1)53 members, made nn enviable reputation among tho members of the Tales Creek Association (which runs up into tho thousand?) four years ago for generous hoapitality, at which time tho AcsooiaMou convened here. All tho good things of earth that have a tendency to satisfy the Inner man wero then spread out with lavish hands, Hnd what 1 e to reiterato onJ emphaaiza is that though this Association is more or lees than 100 years old, never since (is organ. izUion has it been more roa'ly entertained than at Preachersvillo. The members bere are working members, individually. Tbey realizi tbo fact that the church is a good thing aud they push it along an example worthy of emulation. Brothirly love abounds beautifully ami llowa abnr.dntly. The Sunday. school in the afternoon ia unusually well attended. There are always plenty teach-er- a present, while the scholara enrolled number about 75. There baa never been, I understand, an occision for a call for volunteer teachers to supply the demand, as was the case with tbe superintendent of the" Stanford Baptist Sunday, school, Bro. Joseph C. McOlary, Borne time since. The d yeteran in the Master's cause, Mr. William Thomaa Bragg White, is the superintendent here and he kuowa just exactly bow to fill correctly any position he's a mighty good man. To IiIb Sunday-Bchothe parents go and take tbelr.children tbey don't send them. Tho Stanford Baptists ought to follow this example, too. The mombers of tho church bore attend tho s every Thursday nlcht in greater numbers also than tbe mem hers of tbe Sttnford Baptist church (or the other churches, either,) the distance that many of them have to travel being taken into consideration. A protracted meoiiug begins bere next Thursday night, Rev. It. B. Mahony, the pastor, doing the preaching. There are as many handsome ladies in this congregation na in any of its sizj anywhere. Tbe singing -t- hey use no organ is excellent, the ladies' voices predominating and of course making most of tbe melody. The Maeoaic Lodge here must be Inking in new members quite frequently, as I heard some outsiders say that they often bear unusual noises in the iodgo room during lodge hours, as if tho goat had gotten loose or incontrodabloand was tearing up things generally. The Pronchersville aud Stanford pike, apparently, has no now. At least thoy were the gates were, aud the keepers had gone visiting. An aunt of George Pherigo, who was with tho Interior Journal, moro than 23 years ago, when F. J. Campbell & Hilton wore proprietors, showed too a docwhich stated that George's ument wife, who is an accomplished musician, has instructed four chickens in tho art way divine and in their chicken-lik- e thev sing in a manner of which Mrs. Pherigo is proud in the extreme and at which tho people listen in wonderment. address is The instructor's JokJF. Watbrb. Peoria, Illinois. to-da- y dc-sir- disci-ple- n Lon-do- n. gray-haire- Har-grov- es ol prayer-meeting- I seo mon on every coruir with long faces talking hard times. If tbey would on'y let silver and gold do their bidding let rabbit foot luck Alone and go to work N. all would bo well. that rabbit foot away Throw Take (hat horse shoe down. Tbo "luck" you need le Grit and Grace If your boat has run aground. Hold your head up bare your arm Look tbo world square in tbo face, Trust in God and do tho right, Show your "Grit and Grace." MacaTbor-like- Yr you've hung Around Eyery corner in the place, Do tho turning up yourself Show your Grit and Grace. , This world is wido and filled with men Of overy slmde and race, Hut tho only onea that win Buccees Are the men of Grit and Grace. upy So quit your pining, show tbo your place, Show to tho world of what you're made, Show your Grit and Grace. If you have tbo Grit, God will give tho Grace Tho sun abovo you Is shining So atir yourself and go to work And quit your base repining. man-Occ- don't love to talk politics but I can't keep from saying homething about tho political complexion of Laurel just now. To make a long Htory short the peoplo are for Bryan and it will not surprise mo greatly to boar that the county haa gone for the democratic nominees. That Laurel ia republican there is no doubt but tbo working class is for silver and the majority of tbo voters of that county belong to that class Bnd why haven't wo roason to believe that the democrats, or popocrats, aa the Courier-Journdelights in calling us, will carry tho county? W. C. Webb, who Ih labor agitator, wears a Bryau pin and is firm in his belief that tho "boy or atorof tho Platte" will sweep things in .November. Mr. Webb's influence is worth many votes to the cause of democal le. I ring the month. Misses Lily, Minnie and Nettie Shan non entertained quite a number of their friends Friday evening at their bo3pita-hl- e home near here in honor of Miss Lu-l- a Purdom, of Penick Station, Among those present from a distance wero Miss Nora Soper anb brother, Frank, of Danville; Misses Lizzie Hunn, Josie Coffey, Efiie and Margaret Sandidge, of Lincoln, and Messrs. George Hunn, Eubanks, Ciarkson, Beck, Hill, and Dr. Pipes, of Lincoln, Graves, of Lebanon, and others whose names wo failed to get. Ices, cakes and fruits were served and Or. Pipea entertained the company with several selections on tbe organ. Last Saturday the colored people at Shelby and Junction Cities, under the auspices of tho colored Baptist church, had a picnic. Alter repeated refusnls, Col. R.J Breckinridge finally consented to address the colored people on tbe financial iesues of the campaign, being assured by tbe leaders that they would be glad to have bitn enlighten them upon that subject and also assuring him that ho would be respectfully listened to. Capt. Dan Miles, of NicbolaBville, dis trict republican elector, led with a speech of more than an hour, when Col. Breckinridge waa introduced by Capt. Miles. Col: B. confined himself strictly to tho money question, free from any prejudice or partisanship; in fact, he didn't at any time allude to either democrat or republican parties, but simply explained the financial question as bo understood and honestly believed it, beginning his speech by calling attention to the fact that ho was the first democrat State who 30 years ago pub liclv took the position that negroes should bo allowed to testify aa witness in the courts of justice or any whoro else It ia due the colored people to say that up to this time Col. B. was treated with the utmost respect and marked attention, but when he had closed, whether it was premeditated or not, I am unable to say, the red headed Octoroon, Geo. W. Gen try, of Lincoln county, waa put up to answer Col. B. and of course being intensely ignorant of tbe issue as discussed by Ool. Breckinridge, entered into abuse of the democrats and partf&an appeals to to race prejudices, foaming and frothing at tbo mouth like an excited bull, until finally, exhausted from excitement and loss of breatb, he was compelled to sit down. Col. B. then said that bad be known or been invited to make a political speech he would not have been present and turning to Gentry said: "You know absolutely nothing about politics, except abuse and partisan excitement, which no decent man, white or colored, can afford to notice." in-th- e Studcntius. Teachv7 All ipecUlliU Thiroujh courses In Lt.n. Greek, French, English. Alathemntic, Natural and Monl Sciences. Music, Art and Kocutloa U'.ue Situated in the Cartwright, urass tection ot Kentucky ; dntinemthed for hoalthtuineit of climate, be luty of scenery, famous and Ivl or refinement society. Fall Swslon opens Septombor 7. Uefore deciding where you will ser I your daughters B. Sweeney, secretary and treasurer. next year, be sure to write for Our NOW Catatogua. Address, Young Oscar Patterson, who was f MRS. NANNIE S SAUFtiEY, Lady Principal, Stanford. Ky. killed in a bicycle collision here Wed Ci nesdny evening, would have been 21 yr ..--'".- 4. S..'. . . years old Saturday. His body was ship, ped home ThursJay, tho day on which ; o he waa to have gone home. The young people, especially the V Christian Endeavors, bad a gay time du4 I ring August, as no less than five parties a School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything of from 60 to 120 met in our two little : in our line at Pricks as Low as Any Advertised uy Cash cities to enjoy each other's company, Houses. with dancing or card playing or wine drinking. Mr. Fnmuel Kelley, Mits Fannin Hunn, Mr. Owen Linglo and tbe Misses Shannon each entertained duJ. Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist vice-preside- nt t.. '" -- .Iryi a DRUGS AND BOOKS. 3 a i PRESCRIPTIONS from new drugs and pure chemicals. ::' ? : 1 . W. B. MoBOBDETS. v m 31 y FARRIS -- & Dealers HARDIN, In- - Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Prices to Suit The Times. suggestiYB TalKonHarti Times, There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a 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 .is possible, and above all keep out of debt. In view of these conditions, James Frye, Elustonvillc, will, from 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 lor 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. few Doors, Sash and Blinds. Metal Ro ofirjg, tftflB? A. C. SINE, DEALERS IN. ' omugius, rile. Stanford, Ky. 3- - it 13 CRAIG & HOCKER. ruqs, GKerrvlcaLs, Oils, Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. to-da- y mucb-ta'ked-- of toll-gatn es wido-ope- to-du- y, Mrs. David I'epples died Friday of It stomach trouble, at an advanced age. She bad been ill for some time, but it Give us a call and be convinced. waa not thought eho was dangeroualy so until tho day before his death. Besides a loving husband, sbo left eight children, all of whom are grown. Mrs. Popples was a daughter of the late Ike Scott and washn excellent Christian lady. She had been a member of the Goshen church for years and a large number of her frienda gathered there Saturday to attend bor burial. W. O. D. Wbipp, nn old Louisville hotel man, ia dead. He wss once rich, THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present but lost his fortune in securing his ac- on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY quittal for tbe murder of his clerk, John of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further noW. Stockton. tice. Come early and avoid the rush. t Pays to Deal with a Cash House. CiSi CLEARANCE SALE! racy. "If you aro a democrat why don't you wear a Bryan pin?" was asked me. I don't remember what my reply was. but I do know that my democracy is un doubted nnd that it ia not necessary for me to wear an enblem on tho lapel of my coat. Aa Capt. Frank Riley remarked the other day: "I am for the democratic JTERE'S ANOTHER ONE. to-d- "Bio Fouu" to St. Paul. On account of thu Thirtieth Encampment G.A It. at St. Paul, Minn., September 1 to 4, tho( Big Four Houto will sell tickets at one cent per mllo from stations on its lines. Ticketa good going AugtiBt 30 and 31 and Sept. 1; good returning until fiept. 16, with privilege of extension until Sept. 30, ISM. 8eo nearest ngent for particulars bh to routes. tbree-hora- power, In good order, cheap. o Apply to W. P. Walton, Engine For 8alk. Good Buchwaltor, nominees nt all times and under all it tnattora not what tbey be, ray cross mark will go under the rooster, who If it wishoB,can do my scratching." Tho Congressional raco In the 11th is tho subject of much comment. Tbo John D. White's contest will not prevent him from running on nnd with two republicans in tho field thocbBiiceof olectlng a democrat would be exceedingly good. James D. Black, of Barbour-vlll- e, ia being urged by his friends to make the race. Mr. Black is a free silver democrat, a po ished gentloman nnd possesses the distinction of being the most post-offic- e Victoria Leroy, a femalo aoronant Ohio, accidentally released the parachute nttached to tho hot air balloon by which sbo was making nn ascension at St. Louis, and despairingly relinquish-in- g her hold, fell 2,000 feet to the oarth and waa dashed to piece 8. England cleared over $18,0X0,000 on her post'Oflice department Jaat year. from Hirer E.i curtiun September 5. Tbe next excursion to High Bridge line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and and down Kentucky River to Frankfort A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chilwill bo run on Thursday, September 10th dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. at same low rato aa heretofore A deLadies', Misses and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts lightful journey has been enjoyed by from A to EE. many. Should be oxperienced by everyWc leadwith the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND body who haa not tried it. Well worth lines for men and boys. tho money. Ask agents for particulars. Qukbn & Ohkhcbnt. Reduced rates to Newport races. One fare for round trip from Somerset and points north to Cincinnati. Which will be ladencd with the Rarest Bargains lrom day to day, and Half rates to Indiauapclis on account if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. of the National democratic convention. Round trip tickets will be on sale from MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. all stations, at one fare. Selling August 29, 31 and Sept. 1st. Good until Sept. 7tb Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. to return. goods at iow prices. and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss Philadelphia, Pa. National Dru pgista Association. October 5th to Oth. "W. O. Rinkarson, G. P. A., Cincinnati ,0. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, June i8, '9G. Well-Selected GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER kookOutfor Our Getre Table! CARPETS, CHARLES WHEELER Ky Wjf!- - fi Tf, , .,, Trrv v ! I l! I - It I ' With char4Cteritttlc naivette Miss ElTnn Cincinnati Enquirer Bays that ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. SEE OUR ANYTHING IN ! vira Sydnor Miller answers an anxious of the Union Veteran Legion of 43 memf Corn ia selling iu tuo field in Madifemale correspondent in her column in bers in Canton, McKlnley'a borne, 33 $3. SO PANTS, CLOTHING son at 374c a barrel. the Louisville Times, thusly: "Whether havo declared for Bryan. TAILOR-MADThomas Stone bought in Rickcastlo I MADE TO ORDER, Stanford, Ky., Sept. i, 1896 to cut the bicycle skirt long or short is a Tho Bryan banner, 20x30, was un a lot of feeders at 2 to 2Jc. delicato question. It Is purely a matter furled from a polo 100 feet high at James McCormack sold a car load of of form, for what is one woman'a salvaSaturday afternoon in tho preshogs in Cincinnati at 3 30. P. WALTON. W. tion to another's destruction. If your ence of the largest crowd that ever at Democrat notes ankle extends to tho knee it would be tended a political gathering there. As BalesTho Winchester of 30 1,550 pound cattle at 4c. unfolded to tho breezes there was TnK drop, dark and damnable schemes advisable to havo the skirt long and the There is a horse at Charleston, 8. 0 republican and A. bound oyer to keep the peace. Of course a chorus from tho thousands, while the of Mayor Todd and his which is believed to bo 50 years old. tho beautiful Baying: band played "Dixie" and "Yankee Doo P. A. conspirators to capture the execu- you remember J. F. Cook bought in Wayno 500 die." The speakers were W. B. Smith, and the police and fire de- "iloni soil qui mal y pante!" tive boards State elector, Gen. Hardin, Robert Hard- sheep at $1 25 to $1 G5 and 40 cattle at partment of Louisville in defiance of Another large shipment of Shoes just received from the If the Iudiauapolis powwow is a fizzle, ing, of I)anvil!e, ond Judgu Kufl8flll,of 2J. law and in disregard of the courts, have as ought well known wholesale house of Roscnburg, Flcxncr & it to be, it will not be because Lebanon, nnd Bob Franklin, Rodney a -J- ohn M. Hill bought In Pulaski come to naught and tho Rates of the jai1 the Courier-Journhas not torn its pants Jones and Col. Ben Lee Uardiu sang bunch of yearlings and Mendel, Louisville, Ky. Now is your time to buy catare Btandlngajar for them. Judge Hazel-rig- in its effort to split hades crosswise in tle ut 2 to 2c. "There's Trouble in de L and." of appeals, reinstated of the court drumming up a crowd and trying to p Sales of Boveral cr loads uf lambs at GQ the Injunction, restraining the board create a sentiment ttmt doesn't exist to a MORE NEWS NOT&S. 2J and hogs nt 2.SO are reported In the for attempting to remove of aldermen hurtful degree. It will keep up the rackA child without arms or legs was Uarrodaburg Democrat. the board of safety until tho motion for et during the convention, with a corps Gtis McCormack bought of J. M. While you can save from 25 to 50 per cent, on every pr. an injunction can bo heard on its merits of staff correspondents and artists, and born in Tennessee. I. a .!. 1... -i... i;..t i. great New York Hill CO 150 pound hogs at 31c and of A. Harry Hill, the 111c iihi ui'iuw. and the injunction is either made per- run special trains to dolivcr mis StocK was UUUglU ill the paper. sportetuau, ia dead. W. Carpenter 70 averaging 115 pounds at decision, manent or dissolved. On this The enterprise of the great concern is more Bonny RlemonBchneider died of hy- 3c. Judge Toney held the rnayrfr and alder- to be commended than its zeal and dia drophobia at Columbia after the moat Judg O. A. Armstrong sold to contempt, but gave them one men in cretion. Monto Fox, agent, twocarloads of export horriblo torture. week to prove tin absence of animus by A coal war at Isxingtou haa sent beves, to go between tho 15th of Sept-an- CD You can undoing their acta of disrespect. The reHunq Guano, viceroy of the ChiLt easily sec how we can save you money. Com1st of October, at 4c. Advocate. i the black diamonds from 13 to 01 cts. a sult la a most crushing defeat for the nese Empire, is on American Boil and is pare our prices with wholesale prices and you'll see how A promising horse belonging to Wi ( conspirators and a great victory for Mr. receiving great attention for a heathen bushel. cheap wc sell. The Supremo Lodge of the Knights McKinney and handled by tho Bowman and bis able D. E O'Sullivan Ohinee. All the gun boats fired salutes served the city ably and well when he arrived in the New York har- of Pythias adopted a new ritual for tho Bros., of Liberty, died of colic at A. C. who have Dunn's Saturday n'ght on its way from The mayor says he is done and will purge bor and President Cleveland was on Uniform Rank. H. Elwell Jenkins, clerk of the Fort tho London fair. htmsflf entirely of contempt by next hand to receive him when he landed and John Holmes, ono of the best known Hall Indian Agency, haa a moustache Bcsonberg, Flexser & Mendel's Wholesalo Price $2.75; Oar Price $2.00. Saturday. It is that or a term in jail and was taken to the residence of owners of trottera in the Northwest, died nine feet long. flat baa the, ho prefers the former. How Whitney. The old pigtail comes to i.Ss " " Gen. Antonio Ezeta and bis brother at Green Bay, Wis., whilo he was drivmighty fallen! this country to learn a few things in were sentenced to death by court mar- ing hia ' 1. 15. 1.50 ' horse, Pewablc, to victory. Heart modern sciences and report to the Emtial in San Salvador. " " 1.00. disease caused by the excitement killed 1.35 Gov. McKinlby triea hard to adapt peror for the benefit of the people. Fortv Turks were killed by by Cre him himBelf to circumstancea and advocate 1.10 " " .S5. A. C. Dunn, of this county, is indeed Tub domocrata in the 4th disttict are tan insurgents in a battle in which tho the gold standard, but bis effort is a fail.75. .90 a child of fortune. He brought a brood ure. He is too old a dog to learn new getting things in a further snail and mak- former were repulsed. SOwas sentenced mare of Mr B. Chancellor a few weeks Eh .7S " " Alonzo Walling, who of John W. Lewis to tricks and ho makos a sorry spectacle in ing the to be hung Sept. 3, haa had a Btay of 30 ago for f40 and took her to the London trying to do bo. His whole record has Congress easier and more certain. The We can save you money on Fair and won nearly that amount. Bebeen against his present enforced posi- convention to nominate a candidate to days granted to prepare an appeal. George W. Jefferson made two des- sides winning the roadster ring with her Bland oppose him has been in session four days tion. In Congreea be voted for the bill providing for a froe and unlimited at Elizabethtown and nt last accounts perate attempts at auicido near Elktor, he got several other premiums. the nomination was no nearer than when by cutting his throat with a knife. coinage of silver, lie voted for the Katar McGregor, property of Coun 02 &c. A lot 24 feet front, facing the Baak ty Judgo Bon F. Roach, of Uarrodaburg, act over the veto of President it first begun. Our old friend, Dave Hayes, which denounced the silver dol- Smith, Sweeney and Murray are bunch- of England, has lately been sold at a won the 2:25 trot at Lebanon, Wednes- 525 Wc have the goods to sell and will scil if Low Prices and price equlvolent to $12,260,000 an acre. day, sgainat bIx starters, six heats being lar as a short dollar. He declared in a ed and have been for over 300 ballots. Good Goods will be any object for you to by of us. Mrs. O. W. Green, of Kansas City, required to decide tho race. The time years in fapublic speech in vrry recent The boltocrate, otherwise the McKin-le- y while temporarily insane, killed her waa 2:22, 2:21, 2:22. The fifth heat gave vor of the double standard, and even in bid society, otherwise the National three children and committee cniclde. Katar McGregor a record of 2:21 on a this year of onr Lord, 1890, says the EnDemocracy, with several more aliases, are Safe blowera ara abroad in the land half mile track quirer, he wrote a plank for the Ohio reThree safes were cacked in Midway in publican platform in which he showed a gathering in Indianapolis and At the preaent time it costs about A; URBANSKY & COv Proprietor, for his past sil- will electrify the watting world with a one night and a good haul made of cash. $16 per head on an average to send bulmost'wholeaome respect A Mexico, Mo , man Is wautod for T. D. RANEY, Manager. The ver record. Poor fellow, either he had ticket and a pronunciamento that will pouring boiling hot water on his wife locks from Chicago to England. cause Jefferson to smile and Jackson to president than to be right, or accost varies from $15 to $20 per head, rather be swear "by the eternal." But alas and when she quarreled with him for coming cording space Branch Stores: ho ia not sure what is right. to rates on vessels and inalack, it wont poll as many votes aa the homo late. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, surance rr.tea. The amount of shrinkWilliam Wilson, of Bentonville, O , age cattlo undergo on tho trip is very o Unable longer to withstand tho pres- prohibition ticket. Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, got mad at his horse and rnrieu au aie sure of friends, who do not press unless except in bad weather. If cattle ext Elizabethtown, Frankfort, Ky., The boltocrat papers are publishing they get the intimation that one wants to with evident satisfaction that Kentucky's in his shoulder. He was tried and given well on 'he voyage tbev often show and Mauckport, Ind. be pressed, Charles J. Bronston, the red electoral vote will be cast for McKinley. 30 days in jill. quito a little gain when they land. No Stringer, of Bourbon county, grass Western cattlo are exported. of Lexington, hss Tom headed woodpecker The wish is father to the thought, but Ind , sold his wifo'j wedding dress and announced his candidacy for Congreps they .y . v -- " are reckoning without their host. bought enough morphine with the mont. with a great show of patriotism and IN MEMORY OF MRS. PEPPLES From all we can gather, Kentucky will ey Jto kill himself. The country doesn't need the ser- go for Bryan against the moet unnatural Did, at her home in Lincoln county, O.S. Faxon k Co., Boston and New vices of Mr. Bronston aa much as he opposition, the flesh and the devil. ark, bicycle manufacturers, have assign- Ky , Aug 28, 1S90, Mrs. Francea Popthinks it does and wo Bball never believe will Bend him to ed. Tho firm has a reported capital of ples, in the 00th year of her age. that the 7th district DEMOCRATIC COUNTY Sister Pepples obeyed the Gospel at a from $50,000 to $75,000. Congress. Arc both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. The plucky night operator for the meeting held by J. G. Livingston ht We can sell you t Tna Frankfort Capital seriously doubts in 1SS0 and from There will be a meeting of the demo K. O. at Cynthiana, Kelley Ward, cap- Boone's school-nousthat a republican can win the race for cratic county committee held in Stan- tured two Bafo crackers single banded that time until her death was an earnest ; 13 Congress in the 7th district and therefore ford, Ky., on Monday, Sept. 14th, (coun- and prevented a big haul. Christian. She was the first one to come advises republicans to forego a nomina- ty court day), at 10 a. m. Every memFrank Allison, a Rhode Island Ne- forward and confess her Savior at that tion and vote for Breckinridge or some ber ia urgently requested to be present, gro, fell out of a seventh story window meeting, then seven others followed, elie Delivered at your house. Have about loo bushels of other sound money democrat. We hard- as business of vital importance will and sustained no injuries except the being the primo mover of that flourishSCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR $1. ly think that Denny will eubscribe to come beforo the committee., ing church now known ts Goshen. She of one of his little (lagers 5!, Call nnd see us. this program. He is dead set on running Tho statue of Liberty which stood at was the oldest of a family of five chilJ. E. OAReoN, Ohm'n. getting the benefit of for Congress and E. C. Walton, Acst. Fecy. the head of tho basin in Jackson Park dren. Her brother, Solomon Scott, whom . t. the 12,000 or more given to contestants during the Worlu'a Fair, bae been burn-e- d she devotedly loved, enmo from Indiana fir ill of seatB. It is the easiest way he can iu answer to a telegram, but did not get POLITICA L POINTS. by order of the park commissionerH. raise the wind. Frank Smith, of Falrview, III , at there in time to hear her talk. Our sisGov. Bradley will apeak at Cleveland tempted to kill his wife with a a butcher ter poHseEsed many traits of character 52ii3(i'iXiX?'' $&$&sX?(i ( 2 Habmsos opened the on the 5th. was too quick for him though which were truly edmirable, among New York last week in a Silver republicans of Idaho have knife. She campaign in and sent a ballet into his worthless brain which her kind and amiable temper and rousing speech. It may help the feelings formed a new party. The moat amusing game of hall at disposition and her chihMike freedom Bryan says he supposes McKinley's of the disconfo'ato bolting democrots to for letter may be called the golden text of Louisville this seaeon was tho contest from malicowero moet conspicuous. Her know that he expressed great respect and great kindness of heart and gentleness between the them. It was only expression, however. tho republican lesson. The former were easy win- of manner bound her to her husband nine. To trade with us. Our goods are desirable, Senator Tillman has challenged Gen. Deep down in his hart he can have no and children with the strongest ties of feelings. He ia only trying to tickle Harrison to a joint debnto to be held ners. such Albert Williams, a Negro wife beat atlection and tenderness, and in her inthe men whose action is making the per- preferably at Indianapolis. 1 er, got out of jail at Lexington by cut- tercourse with society was influenced by Hon. Roswell P. Flower has acceptpetuation of republicanism possiblo. way through the brick wall and that crowning excellence, a Christian ed an invitation to act aa temporary ting his a sower six squares in charity, which suffers long and is kind, is doingall chairman of the boltocrat convention at crawling through Ton Courier Journal, which Give us a share of And service prompt and accurate. ia not etuily provoked, thinketh no evil, length. it can under cover of a great display of Indianapolis. your trade and wc will convince you. Our A man who had attempted to blow nnd which prompted her to apologize for Gov. Bradley. Judge Holt and conscientiousness and patriotism to elect old patrons already know it. tin fiveral buildings with dynamite at the weakness and errors often manifestMcKinley, Is moved, to remark after read- George W. Denny helped the Boyd counPortsmouth, O., committed Bulcide when ed in the actions of men, and call to ing the great protectionist's letter of ac- ty republicans open their campaign at the officers appeared at hia bouse to ar- mind their redeeming traits when harshceptance: On the whole, Maj. McKln-Iev- 's Ashland Saturday. ly spoken of by others. Her faith and The New York Herald is raising a rest him. letter is a disappointment. What George A. Mingo, colored, haa been hope was triumphant, often tilling her heBayBof the currency Is neither new fund to pay the expenses of Henry Wat- arrested at Lexington for soiling lists of loving ones she was ready aud willing to nor specially well said; what he Bays of terson'a candidacy for the presidency and examination questions to applicants for go. She had been a great sufferer here heads the list with $5,000. the tariff ia either false or misleading. Mingo waa for- and longed for rest. Her mission on Several of the counties in tho 11th teachers' certificates. earth is ended, her work ia done. Liko teacher. merly a school A ma counterfeiting gang in Texas baa district instructed for James D. Black for ABtory comes from Cuba, which theenowflako, she has left a mark but been broken up in a peculiar way. One Congress and he saya he will accept if seems improbable, that an American no etain, for her influence for good was of the nnmbera went to church, confess- the convention will nominate him. mmod Ohurchll . of rennsyivanla, was unbounded. She was a kind neighbor, an Boltocrat Unthank, of the 11th dis- ed his Bins, gave tho Bnnp away and all burned to death by order of Weyler, affectionate wife and a devoted mother. are now In jail. Unlosa the others can trlctjjjas called a convention, to be held wrapped in an American flag. A loving wife's chair is vacant, a mothexperience a change of mind and heart, at Somerset, September 24, for the purengine of the famous cog rail- er's tender counsel is heard no more, a The There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in.'prices they wont take much stock in the kind pose of nominating a candidate for Con- road up Pike's Peak broke a rod and Christian's work is ended. May we when makes a man give hia gress. of conversion that was thrown called upon to take our departure to the down the road till it USTez-r- t Hon. William O. Owens, of Scott, dished friends away. off, wbonitsplitarockln two and fell dark, chilly regions ot the tomb, go haa withdrawn from the Congressional home with the samo assurance of an eter100 feet to the foot of a ravine. Mb. Whits has proposed to Mr. Ool-a- race, and rumor has it that he will In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. coach Nine couplea walked for a cako at nal reward as did this pure and goodly that they refer their diflerences to Mr. 8ettle over the remainder of the Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and'tBlacks. Call the opera house at Lexington In the woman, and may her husband, brother, Judges Clark, Morrow and Burnam, but course. at once and get pick of the stock. presence of 2,000 people. George Dicer, sisters, children and grand children be Oolson ia not likely to give up the subAn Omaha, Neb., man is bo sanguine champion, won, with Ernest prepared to meet her in that heavenly stance for the shadow. He baa the nom- that Bryan will be elected and he will Kentucky's second and John Williams land where no parting teara are shed. ination nailed down and would be a tar- get an office under him, that he has given Granville D nation sight bigger fool than he has ever away bis home in that city and will go third. -- Edward M. Ooe hs just had a being to put his cause to Washington been accused of immediately. If Mr. John It. Thomson la not a betof $1,000 damages assessed against in jeopardy. The entries for warden of the Frank- him for having put on hia son's tomb- ter runner than be ia a speaker, Judge by 5,000 ichmond will defeat Prof. UuxLBVdald:Ma primrose is a fort penitentiary bo far announced are stone that be was murdered by William DavUonPuuUgrbph. him A. R. Dyche, of London: E. Wright, after the court had acquitted dicotyledonous exogen with corolll-florYou certainly muBt be talking to hear Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top monopetalous corolla and a central S Gibaon.of Owen; W. R. Billion, of him of the charge. a British war yourself speak, Brother Adams, for if knew It all the Livingston; Charles E. Randall, of LauShot and aholl from the p'acenta." Just bo. We rel; E. M. Moore and Deputy Warden Bhips reduced to ruins the palaco Mr. Davison's speech at Nicholasville time. But even the Primrose by any or definition would H. A. Hancock. usurping Sultan of Zanzibar, waa a sample of his orarory and ability, of the other appellation Vermont's Stato election occurs to- and the British press promptly advis-e- he will be as a plaything in the hands of smell aa well. day Arkansas comes next with her the annexation of that country. The a child when it comes to debating with boltocrat papers claim that every State election tomorrow. Tub Then comes usurping chieftain, Said Khalid, and the Thompson. That Mr. Thompson ia not State except Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Maine Sept. 14. The latter will be most commander of his forces, Said Sales, suc- an orator we are frank to admit, but he Telescopes, Valises and Traveling Bags. interesting to politicians. Maine's vote Wyoming will be represented at the ceeded in escaping to the German consu- knows better than tossy to hia constitby full delegation. at her State election in 1891 was: Rewill vote to put convention late, where they have Bought refuge, and uents that, if elected, he 10 ounces of silver into every dollar. Possibly but principally by proxy that no publicans, 69,000; democrats, 30,000; will remain under the protection of the . 53,000; prohibitionists, 2,700. Jessamine Journal, tho right to give. one has German flg. 5 mi-Wee- interior Journe I W SHOES SHOES! OTTQ"na E Har-rodsbu- rg TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK. fi-t- al g, two-yoar-o- ld O H PALL AND WINTLR 1 SH0LS 1 L. ) a D itau ut js SO cts. on the Dollar! d o SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! i5. 6 o -- r--H M Bland-Allls- on Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Furnishing Goods, ' LOUISVILLE STORE. m H H lit-tl- tn pro-tos- op., - .5 ""Hi I GUARANTEED Goal at 7c to 14c per COMMIT-TEEMEETIN- 1 e i I a tu J- H. BAUCHMAN & CO. S0?j00 "one-arme- d" "one-Itg-ge- 3 IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE : p rices Reasonable, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. )&$G$8& ! '4fmmmMMMmmum FOR CASH I For tla.e Tliirt3 JUDas, on ver-di- et -R- or al m&imi W. E. PERKINS CrnhSOrnlin ..lUn. u-J-L. mm H. J. M'ROBERTS. a TRUNKS! H J. M'ROBERTS. ti MflWJ pop-ulist- - l, . . . . 1M --kjj. i.ii m i.lifHiii. 9 JO. finu-WEEKL- Y Interior Joufhe - Fancy laco collnra nt lees than bnlf cost We are roady At our new quarters near ing, although it waa under bail. The depot. Noel & Son. ry failed to agree. nt Shanks'. I ju( -H. G. RUPLEY, 2 ifite Stanford, Kw, Skit, i, JIiiino your engraving, watch repair 1896 Ing, Ac, to Dalton. Wantkd.-ply -- For insurancp on your tobacco and to" bacco barns see Jesse D. Wearen. the handsomest line of Fall and winter goods ever brought to Stanford. T MA THIMONIAL MA TTERS. A good (arm hand. Ap- - .1. H. 0. IturLKY is receiving f E. C. Walton, Business Manager. You should tnko your prescriptions Fenny V drug store where prompt and accuratoaorvico la gunrantooil. nt onco. J. E Brnco. Typewriting and stenography promptly done at this office, by Misa Callio Hor-toHandikst place in town to got coal, or Give her a chance, weigh your grain. Noel A Son. Coal. If you want ob to fill your orPERSONAL I' 01 NTS. Fruit Jars, jelly glasses, tin cans and ders please see that thoy coinu straight. MibsMahy Mykhs left yesterday for sealing wax at Warren & Shanks'. Now building opposite depot. Noel & Nashville. Son. Wk can save you money on family, Mil. F. Ueiii went up to Itockcastlo redy mixed paints Craig A Hocker. Mn. Dalton would like the custom of n. Jkw calicoes, purcalo, Ac, for school to dresses at 8everaucB & Son. Ben Hatter, aged 70, was married at Cairo, III., to his first cousin, just 14. -- Crnlg Martin and Mini Annie o will be married at A. J. Daugher-t- y Skid-morto-da- y. TME MERGHANf TAILOR- - yesterdny, Mb. A. T. Nunnkllhv is with his pai-on- tH for n few days. Mne. Fiunk Woon, of IndUnnpolIo, is & Stork housk wild living rooms nttsch-e- his old patrons and nil tho new ones near depot, for rent. Apply to Noel who want anything in watch work, jew" d, Son. elry repairs, Ac. visiting MrB. I. M. Uruce. Hamilton, of Lan1 Postmastkji J. I. wr-yesterday. here caster, Gkoihik Kllib, of Hustonvllle, ia clerking ntth Louisville Store. Miss Mabv LurK, of Uustonville, wbb hero with friends Ust week. Col. and Mkb. T. P. Hill weut to Parksvlllo yesterday on a visit. Ms. It. W. Hockbii and children returned to Kansas Olty yesterday. Mr. and Mbs. T. A. Kick went to Itlcbtnond yesterday to visit his mother. Mim Ellkn IUllou is vlcitlug her brother, Mr. U. M. Ballou, at Lancaster. Mips Maky Cook leaves this week to ontcr pcbool at Mnndovillo, Taylor coun s We handlu all grades of coal and wil fill your housea at as low figures aa anybody. Noel ii Son. A silver stick pin with inifor this notice and The announcement of Mr. William tials "B. P" Morelnnd appeals in another column. get It E II. Beazley. P Mr. Morelnnd is n clever gentleman, a Prick reduced on woven wire and oak truo democrat and would make a most slat fence, the moat economical fenco in oxcellent assessor. tho market. A. 0. Sine. Tub wettest and hottest of Summers, Thk farm of 10-- t acres five miles from with its attendant discomfort, is ended, Stanford, belonging to W. T. Stone, was and may wo never look upon its like put up at auction Saturday and with- again. The prediction for the first day drawn at 11,32,') of Fall is fair and cooler. B. Found Fall linu, of Zalgler shoes now at Shanks'. ZMglor's shoes are tho most comfortable, moat stylish, most durable and the cheapest. Py Wm. Henry, who was on Caution. 8ince w use nothing but trial nt Lancaster, when wo went to press select wheat, and guarantee every pound ty. Mils HissiR VanDevhb, of Harrods-bur- g, last, for criminal assault on Misa Nora of our flour, you should insist on having is the guest of Miss Allie VanArs-dale- . Stewart, was acquitted. our u,r"''n. Somo other mills are grind0 Taxes. The tax books aro ready and ing mnitty and musty wheat. J. H( Mh. Solomon Scott, of Peoll, Ind., your taxes are due hikI unpaid. By set- Bang mian A Co. the burial of bis sister, Mrs. Da tling at onco yon willsive yonrself both Ho.v. It 0. Warren will introduce vid Pepnles. expense and trouble T. D. Newlsnd, Hon. John B. Thompson to tho audience MlSS lYrTIKG08NBLL. who tlBS bl'Cll vis sheriil. hero county court day nnd give the demItlng tho Misses Mernhon, returned to ocrats sorno who'esorne ndvice. He baa M11. Titos Dalton may be found hereLoulsvlllo Friday. of after at Penny's drug store ready to at- been invited to speak with Breckinridge Mh. and Mbb. Fiianic Wilkinson, Hurgin, spent a fow days with Mr. Ed tend to the wants of all who need his ser- nnd Harding at Crab Orchard next Saturvices in repairing watches, clocks, jew- day afternoon and will likely he there. Wilkinson and wife. , Mn. Matt Woomon, of Middleaboro, elry, Ac. In fixing Anthony Alcorn's execution m in spent a few days with his wife who is at Si'Kakimi. There will he penkiog at for next Monday Gov. Brndley doubtless her fathor'B, Mr. 0. J. Crow. South Fork Friday night nnd nt Rich forgot that It Is Labor Day nnd a legal Mn. ani Mns. T.J. Forum went over ards' Pchool-hoiiHSaturday afternoon. A hoi day. Ho oughtn't to mnko SherilT m m Acquitted. to Jetsanilne yesterday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Thomas Metcalf. Ciiaiuks F. GitcKS and his friend, Frank Wallace, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday with the. former's mother here. Misskb Loc J. and Lillix Gkant and Eliza Anderson, of Iancnsttr, were lere Friday, tho guests of Dr. A. S. Price. Miss Ebtklla Chapman, .of Oliver Sprlncs, Tenn., arrived yesterday to visit Miss Molllo Harmon in tho Wtst End. Mkssrs. A. A. McKinnky, Jr., and James U. Uurtcn, of Montgomery, Ala., are spending n few weeks with relatives. Mrs. Mary Johnson, sister of Mr T 0. Ball, of this place, ia dangerously ill with typhoid flux at her homo in Lancas- each place. number of democratic orators will be at Newlnnd work thntdny nt bo distasteful a job, and he oughtn't to let the Negro ter. Miss MadoikDaviw, of Little Hock, Ark , was the guest of Miss Isabella Bailey, en route to Miss Baldwin's school at Staunton, Va. Mn. and Mas. E 8. Powell, of Hus- tonvllle, passed through yesterday returning from the burial of Mrs. Tom Sal ter at Lancaster. Prof. F. J. Duffy ia back from a do lightful varatlon spent in Connecticut and other Now England Slates. He. will open the Academy next Monday. Mub. Dn. Jamies M. Hoi.loway, of Louisville, km thegutst of her brother, Hon. It. 0. Warren, on her return fiom the funeral of Mrs. I.S. Warren. Missm Anna I'im'k, Maggie Plessinte, Stella McClarr. I.ucllfl Cooper, Bessie Dawson and Anna Cock are visiting Miss Sidie Stag?, so n note informs us. Mn. Marshall Nokl ia now a brake-maon the local freight Ho is tho second Stanford boy to get a railroad job recently, Jamea Memiion being tho other. Carroll Portman went to Louisvillo yesterday to take a chair in a barber shop. He will bo succeeded at Ed Wilkinson's by Ed Dedman, of McKlnney, Texas. Mbb. S. S. Mybrb and daughters, Misses Annto Cleve and Emily, left Friday for Louisville, where they will remain a week or two and go to Nashville to live. Mn. T. It. Walton writes that ho has opened up a fine cash grocery store at No. 11 North Broad, Atlanta, one of tho busiest Btroets of that enterprising town, and baa a good prospect. Thk patrons of tho public school will regret that they will not havo tho excellent services of Misa Jennie West this session. She will teach a week or two till her place can be filled, when she will go to Mllledgevllle, Ga., to take charge of a school which will pay her handsomoly. Her friends here rejolco In her good fortune though they will mlsB her sadly. n CITY AND VICINITY, Let Danka repair that watch. School clocks SI each. Danka. Bargains in guna at Craig A Ilock. or'a. Dankb sella Sterling silver epoona cheap. Onk dollar shirt waists for 35 cents at Shanks'. A Tauletb and school Buppllea at Craig Hocker'B. for fino perfumes. HBADQUAivrBBa Craig uocKer. watermelR 0. Enqlbman had eight yesterday of his own ralaln ons here lb3. V- - smallest of which weighed 40 hang. A commutation of sentence w ould The trustee of the jury fund, Mr. G Bottle tho matter satisfactorily. L Penny, io paying the jurors for their services at the lant court, but those who CHUJiCH CHIMES. hold claims for previoiiH courts will have Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher has just to wait till the treasury tills up. celebrated her Slth birthday. Notick. 1 have tho Bear Creek puro G. W. Wesley, a Baptist preacher, catinel coal at He per bushel; also tho wns sentenced at Louisa to three years' Peacock lump coal at U and 10c per bush- imprisonment for bigamy. Ho has three el. Ofllco and yard, Mill street, oppo- wives. site Holler Mill. J. B. Higgins, StanA Norfolk, Va., preacher had little ford, Ky. enough sense to kiss a girl against her Oamk Skcond. Sam Embry, Jr., of will nnd got n drubbing from her father this piece, came second in the mile dash for it. Rov. D. L. N. Moffett, of Lexington, at the Somerset biccle racea last week. There wore six starters. He tells us that Ky., was fired from the pastorate of an Hobert Adams, Pulaski's champion, won Episcopal church at Denver, for gettiug six of the IS races during the meet. A too intimate with an actress, while be big crowd was present nnd riders from al had n wife. Uncle Joo Hopper closed n 12 dayt' portions of tho State were on hand. meeting at Broad well, with IS additions Josh Dyr was held in ?160 bail for to the Presbyterian church, and passed breaking into the bousrt of his uncle, to Horeh to continue the good wotk. Josh Dye, and stealing his G. A. It. uni- Cyuthiana Democrat. form, and in default of bail was remnnd-e- d Rov. F. F. Pussmoro Iuh been ex to jail to Btay till circuit court. In pelled from tho Co orado M. E. conferspeaking of the ease Col. Dye said that ence for referring to his bishop's particl. the boy stole tho suit, went to n pation in politics aa "being in league meeting, joined the chinch nnd with saloon keepers snd gamblers." was baptized in it. Revs. Win Sbelton, A. V. Sizomorf, R. B. Mfthony, J. H. McAlister and Mn. The public school opened yesterday N. A. Tyree attended the Tates Creek with SO pupils preeent and tho number Association at Hays' Fork in Madison hut wnn increased to 1)0 during the day. Mr. week end report a splendid meeting. The E. L. Grubhsis principal and Mies Jenassociation will meet next year at Berea. nie West upoistant pro tern. She will Bro. J. I. Wills writes: "I closed a leave on the 12th. There are numerous meeting at Scaffold Cane church, Rocknpplicnnld for her place, but no decision has been reached yet. Miss Bertie castle county, on tho 16th of August, of Enoch, of Somerset, applied in person 15 days, which resulted in 31 additions. yesterdny but finding tho pay was lees There was a revival in more ways than than she expectod withdrow her appli- one. While there were 31 added, the cation. Dr. J. K. Van Arsdnle, one of tho church waa revived and had a call meettrustees, tells us that there nro 225 pupils ing which reaulted in 70 exclusions from in the district, and that they will crowd it. Western Recorder. things should all come nt once. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. A copy of the Stanford Banner, bearW. 0. Stephens has been appointed ing date of March 5tb, 1808, and edited postmaster nt Wildcat, Whitley county. by Dan Parker, has been handed ub by Austin Ballard, halo and hearty, Mrs. Jim Dillon, of Lancaster. It has an celebrated bis 01th birthday at his home account of the Impeachment trial of An- in Madison last week. dy JohnBon by "An infamous Congress," Clarence McKlnney shot and mortaltells of the death of Mrs. Joslo, wife of ly wounded Cora Fry in a house of Mr. H. S. Withers, acknowledges favors at Cumberland Gap. from Hon. G. A. Lackey, then a member John T. Thompson, a traveling man of tho Legislature, booats Col. Tom from Chicago, was shot and killed from for sheriff, thanks Al Warren for a ambush near Bramlette, Tenn. pipo and says the cars are running aa far Suit has been filed against the L. & na Dix River on the Richmond branch. N. for 120,000 damages for the killing of Rov. Lansing Burrows was pastor of the Dove Lenvell at Lowell last week. Baptist, Rev. 8. U. King, of tho ChrisBuford Overton, a condemned murtian, Rev. George 0. Barnes, of the Presderer, who broke jail a year ago, ia surbyterian, and Rev. W. L. Breckinridge, rounded by a posse in Harlan county, of thoSecond Presbyterian churches. Clarence Mooro was sentenced t Lawrenceburg to two years' imprisonAt a meeting of the stockholders of the Hustonvillo Fair held Saturday after ment for fracturing a woman's skul. noon, Mr. George Miller Givena wbb with an ax. Frank Gilcher, of Danville, died at made president, Emmett McCormack, Martinsville, Ind,, where ho went with vice president, and W. R. Williams, sec rotary; all of which were excellent selec- his wife, for the benefit of his health. tions. A meeting will bo held next Sat- Ho was one of Danville's largest real es urday afternoon to elect n board of di- tate owners and a leading Knight Temprectors. The date for tho meeting was lar. Misa Kitty Hnnna, charged with asnot fixed but it will moro than likely bo bold during tho last week of this month. sault and battery on Ambrose tjulaen-berrboy, whom she had a A large number of special premiums have been given and noma stock has taken from tho Orphan Home at Lexing-on- , was hold to circuit court at Harrods-bur- g changed hands at a prouiium. A numin $100. ber of fairs held at Hustonvillo have Robert Moaely, who murdered Asa proven successluland wo predict that the ono this year will bo no exception to the Oliver, in Anderson county, August 30, rale. Stock will be there from the four 1879, breathod the air of freedom Saturquarters. day, on the 17th anniversary of the kill- m w At n wedding in Pittsburg a former lover insulted tho bride, and wbb shot vl dead by tho groom. Albert McCormiek, telegraph opera, All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. tor at Richmond, and Misa Burnie Stone were married last week. OUR STOCK OF W. S. Miller, manager of the Willard Hotel, Louisville, and Mrs. Ella Tatum Rowland, of Crescent Hill, nre to be married, Sept. 29. Tho gov'rnfvfl and coachman of the household of President Clovelano were married nt Buzzards's Bny. They were Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the residue presented with n liberal check as nbiidal gift by Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland. A romantic wedding was solemnized in tho office of the county court clerk in London, tho contracting parties being Mr. George A Givena and Misa Nellie You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. Monut, of Indianapolis. Ind., who bad been nt Rockcastle Springs for the iaBt two monthB. Tho handsomest wedding that baa li 5 occurred nt Frankfort in many morns , n o S. ,fjfcjBWsBBKtJLhjL- - i 3 was that of Miss Evelyn Hogo to Mr. n kV 3 r Henry T. Ireya, of Greenville, Miss. It o O 3 c ?r sr :? wbb at "Ingleside," tho lovely Buburban 7? 3 3 t homo of Col. and Mm. 0. E. Hoge, whlrh J5 3 was decorated and illuminated as never CO a: 3 before. From the Capital, which by the orq p ?V f? way fails to give tho names of tho bride -rr p. 3 3 W or groom, we learn mat toe bride was c 3 P O O rr o handsomely gowned in white satin with n C 3 $ n BruBsels lace bertha. Her voil was held P ii tt by a etring of old pearls And she wore a 3 a. 31 diamond star, n gift of the groom, and 5! 3 " n rr O carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Mies PI 2 o 3 n Mildred Merrill Hoge, the maid of honP r a 3 P rr gown waa of Paris muslin over light or's 3 rr rr CL O bluo silk and she curled a bouquet if P 3 3 n n Z Jncquiminot roses, nnd never looked & 3 rv O q-- o handsomer. The bridesmaids woro pretoi (A ty, dainty gowns of Paris muslin with "I P (2 w tulle bertha's and carried pink asters. 3 3 a. After the ceremony a reception was held nnd n dolightful lunch from Empson, of p 3 3 P Cincinnati waa served Tho bride's tao 3 era ble was a thing of beauty in the shape of n o. p 3 rr en a heart, and thia design was carried 31 p c en in p out through tho entire decorations and n n P confections. The bride nnd groom left 3 o Cu on a special car for Ashe ville.N. OH They o 73 p co from there East stopping at Old Point B a. 3 Comfort. Vt' vr 4mWww:m MMMMMzM Timizjc3ffijmtjmnf !&? , Is Receiving his- - SUMMER GOODS AT MUSS THAN W. P. TATE, -I (OOSTb - - Stanford. i' a CO I .3 CA -- - . . o Ll s 1 n n o 'I o c Judge Yost, of Greenville, Ky., eaya tho Bowling Groon Sunday Journal, whilo in our city a few weeks ago, in argument with a sound money democrat, who proclaimed his intention of voting for Bryan nnd Sewall on account of the action of the majority at the Chicago convention, said to this prominent citizen: n al 3 n sJOsJH fnjr ""SKjS "You are a member of the Baptist church, I believe?'' Citizen No, but my wife is. Yost Now anpposo the majority of your church should, by a vote, declare for polygamy. Whnt would you do? Citiz-- n I would stand by the majority nnd wouldn't bolt. Yost (joining in the laugh) come on With Steel Beam is considered 'the best for turning under Rag Weed and Stubble. THE G I SB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, 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. bote, they're on me. NEW ADYKUTISEHEXTH B. K. WEAREN. 'f A Camp-belli- to WILLIAM MOREL AND li .i candidate lor Auetior of Lincoln, subject to He kindly the action of the democratic party tiki your support drive, and turrny in kooiI order Alto one suit of bed room furniture and an Kmmeraan Piano Tone Apply to Mrs M J Collins, Hustonvil'e. CfnD jALU, rUUn O A r V A gentle how, suitable for ladUs and children to NEW FALL GOODS Coming in Daily. NOTICE I All persons desiring Locust Posts for plank fence, post and railing or wue fence, can fiod what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford 1 alio keep always on hand a good supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building purposes, also boards and shingles All persons desiring tny article of this kind can call on me at my store sear Cedar Creek. G. W SINGLETON'. Junei6,'96. Jatf New Clothing1, New Shoes, New Hats, New Pants, Percales, Calicos, Apron Ginghams, Bleached and Brown Cottons at prices that competition don't touch in this section. m Public Renting I heirs I will tent at Hustonvllle on SATURDAY, bKPT. 5, 189$, a As guardian of NOW ISA GOOD TIME To buy Cotton Goods. They will never be as cheap again. Farm of 232 Arces of Good Land, Well improved. Sixty-Foance well set in grass. ja td ur ill-fa- Acres for wheat, balJ T. ROSE. Hustonvllle, Ky. JUST JFOR A FLYER You should We offer A Yard Wide Brown Cotton at 4c. visit Na-pi- Executor's Sale of Land And Personal Property. As executor of James A. Harris, deceased, I will on Our Re mnaint Counter at Short half price. Odds and ends in length woolens Hosiery at a triflle only. Thursdays Sept. 350 Acres Fine Blue-Gras- 17, 1896, Land. On the Diemlses at the late residence of lames A. Harris, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder a do ui s SEVERANCE & SON. Is This What the Public Wants ? . y, The land ts in two tracts, one or about 310 acrts and the other of 40 acres. This land is situ ated about three miles West of Stanford on the Mllledgevllle turnpike, is in a high Stanford state of cultivation, now mostly in grass and Is well lenced but contains no other improvements. It aJioini the dwellmc house tract of 100 acres. Possession foi seeding purposes will bb given after day ol sale and lull, possession not later than Jan. r, 1897. will also sell at same time about 30 head of horses and brood mares, the Utter bred to jacks, 8 old mules, 4 work mules, s mule colts, 6 extra ayear-oli- l lack, a lot ol yearling and a.year a lot of hogs, milk cows, hay and shell old cattle, td oats and about 400 barrels of new corn, and also a lot ol tanning implements and wagons, Stc, such as are usually found upon a well regulated farm, and also ag shares of stock in bUnlord & Knob Lick pike and 8 shares of stock In Stanford & Mllledgevllle pike. Terms. The land will tie sold for cash, balance in ia and 18 months, with interest tromday of sale; seenred by lien on the land. On personalty: All sums under $10 cash, over that amount a credit of three months, note to be executed on day ot sale with approved personal security, bearing interest from day of sale. X one-thir- d . m., ..i.i - I am raising the standard of Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Carpets, Wall Paper and Picture Framing in quality and Lowering the Price. For the last three weeks I have bought extensively in the Grand Rapids and Sheboyagan markets, which are the largest and date manufacturers of designs and quality in the world. most up-tNow I expect to show a stock that has never been eclipsed in Central Kentucky, all things being equal. I mean to inform my friends and acquaintances that my goods are on show. No trouble to show them No harm done if you fail to make a purchase. Come and see me first last or any time. W. W. WITHEBS, T, D. English, Auctioneer. S.T.HARRIS, Executor. Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, &c.f Stanford, Ky, Z '.... 9 - 'V. ..astt... Vin ,r 3l larffiaaaf; mrrrrmiiin ii im ' ; - JU -- !rv'Quzk FA VORABLE AND REASSURING, Js The Democratic Outlook in Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., Sopt. 29. The boltrabltahod Every Tuoaday and Friday ers of Kentucky are in a dilemma. DrivSemi-Week- ly interior Jodrna. AT S P3R YKAB IN" A.)"VVNOIQ o paid BirWhen not S2.60 wilt be charg ed K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 p. ra., returning at :jo p. tn., and 9:10 p. ra. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train going North..., No. ' " Nc.KS. " ' South ... Ne. 13. " " ... WO.fJ, t, - ..... 37P m 3 13 n m Mti 04 p m 1 03 p m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trauts past Junction City ai follows: No, 1 Secth .....1107 pm No 1 North ...3 4a p m ...n.og a ra " 4 " s " ...1. 00 p ra t ! TOE SAMUEL 31. OWENS u. . Nors. Not. 4 and 5 and 9 and to run no fur these people have been found to bo life accounts. Chambetliin's Cough Rem. From Is a candidate for Sheriff of Llocoln County, subKy. htr than Junction City. All trains stop there. long republicans, who have never voted edy is a all Godsend to the afllicted. Thero is no ail ject to the action of the democratic party. Be Sure to Give Hiin a Call. a democratic ticket in their Uvea. While vcrtlscment about this ; we just feel like saying it Office over MeRoberts' Drug Store in (he Owsley Democrat, Carrollton, Ky. thtse interviews instead of resulting in Tho sale by Craig Hocker, Stanford K Building. For McCORMACK M.S. BaI'giiman. J. W. IlAl'GHMAr-htrm have been prolific of good in the It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, 3TOK localities from which they emtnated, subject to the action of the democratic party. The Brooklyn, on her official trial Your support is earnestly solicited. they are misleading to those persons not trip, averaged 21.02 knots an hour during raorxiZTOKSconversant with their party afDliation, a forced draught run of four hour. On Desirable Suburban Heme, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For dale. Hat on it a good, M. press has endeav- a portion of the course, seven knots long, for the Dwelling of Nx Rooms, and all necttsary SALE Is a candidate for Assessor ol Lincoln County, outbuildings On. yard hydrant and one for waored to convey the idea that the rush to she was hpeeded at tho rate of 22 010 an LIVERY, tering stock, also a splendid, never tailing wtil. subject to the action of the democratic party. parned a a single gold standard would rival the hour. By her performance she rot luithcr particulars apply to ft J AS. I'.BMLEY, fright that now exists among Ihem to bonus of J350.000 for her builders. 3 Stanfoid, Ky. - - Kontucky. EMBRY get possession of this appreciation cur May Do as Much for You. It Is a candidate for Assessor cf Lincoln Couuly. rency, subject to the actlou cl the democratic party, and Mr Fred Miller ol Irving. 111. writes that he II you need livery give us a call. Nolhlae out earnestly asks your support. Each letter that reaches the headquar- had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, turnouts will leave our stable. See us that his back with severe ters of the democratic State campaign bladder was pains in hisHe triedand also so called for rates. In our many affected. I will from now on dells cr the Stanlord Faetery.t C. G. but without any good result. About committee in this city brings a Jditionai KidneX cures began use ol Electric Bitters and Ice regularly every morning, Prlc a year ago he BLACKSMITH SHOP. victory in No- found rehcrat once Electric Bitters it especially assurances of democratic Is a candidate for Astessoref Lincoln, subject 10 Kidney and Ltvcr troubles .Will guarantee cure the democratic party. TluuVIng th. 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c por 100. adapted work and tatifactory action of end of vember. Chairman Sommers and Sec, and oftentogh es ot all instant relief. One trial almost .Southern the count v Is entitled to a slice prices. Try our horse shqer. ol the pie be aks jour support. Richardson are more than pleased with will prove our statement. Price only 50c. lor Anr.monnt between toandioo lbs it Drug Store. . MeRoberts' arge bottles At W All bills must positively b paid the flnt of each the outlook and there is not a county in . n nth. Absolutely K 11KEMEK. The Ideal Panacea. the entire State from which this most SALE. tays- "I A cream of tartar baking pow- pleasing information has not been receiv- lim.i L. Francis. Alderman. Chicago, an ideal Tftraril Dr King's New Discovery as SHELBY & SHELBY, der. Highest of all in leavening ed. fnr eourht. colds and lung complaints, ninim A go:d Residence House In Stanford, with Extensive preparations are being made having used it in my family lor the last five years stren gth . Latest United States Govstore house on sam lot. lor sale. The lot cont.ins Bra workman of to the exclusion or physicians' prescriptions or s, acre, and can be easily divided, putting storefor the reception of Win. Jennings Bry- other preparations." Rev John Burgcsst Keoernment Report. house and residence on tepa'atc lots. At reasen been a minister or YEARS Iowa, writes "I able pr.ee and en easy terms. Apply to ROYAL BAKING POWDERICO. an in Kentucky. Although the exact kuk,Methodist Episcopal hae lor 50 soyears of 14 church the Jjtf I.N SAt'NDKRS, Stanford, Ky benefidate of his arrival has not yet been de- more and have never lound anything City, - Kontucky. speedy relief as Dr New York. termined by him.it will be on Sept. 12, cial or tbat gave me such Try this Ideal cough Odorless Water' Closets, Frost-Proo- f King's Ne Discovery." Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very or a few days thereafter. He will ar- remedy. Trial bottles free at W. B McKobcrt't Rcatenable Katct. A portion of your patronrg U Water Pipes, ug store. respectfully solicited . rive at Henderson where arrangements il tin. 3DR-Tubs Bucklln's Arnica Salvo have been made for a 40 minutes speech. And see the new Hats at Mit. Dudderar't Tern The best salve in the world for cuts, bru'tess week TI1K HUSTLING INSURANCE; MAN, A platform has been erected at the de- sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- A specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO pie ol Fashion this Persian New Legim, new effects In Flowers ntmit ail the new NONE Gilt edge reference In and out and all skin eruptions pot and after Mr. Bryan's speech, he will ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay repuired. It Is and Kibbont Handsome goodi but Lew Prices lit positively cures piles, or Dress making done in tre latest sttle ami on thert ol the State Atk your Danvlllt immediately board a train on the "Tex- luaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money M. D. 1)1 DDKKAH, notice. friends about my work. refunded. Price as cents per boa For tale by MRS. KA1K Dl'DHKRAR as" and start for Louisville, where he W B. McKobertt druggist Is Agent for The will speak in the evening. A number of T. F. CLARKE. New Co. : Ky. short talks will be made from the rear of eOeutlst, : Clement House Building, Dinvl'Ie, Ky. SON", And 1 he platform while en route to this city. the Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. ON IMPROVED FARMS Mr Bryan's reception in the taotropolis Aotna Accidont COAL, of Kentucky will be one of which he In Lincoln county, Ky , at ft per cent , semi an Company. no communion charged. Address nual interest, may well be proud. Every road entering Near Railroad Crossing, East of Depot, (KO W PAW, Room tj, Ktiiron Building, Brat and Most Favorable Tcmt el Insurance Louisville will run excursions for the acLouisville Ky. For blank applications and far STANFORD, KY. Law, Attorney ther Information, inquire of j N. Saunders, Atcommodation of the people along its line Good, Clean, Cheap torney, Stanford, Ky. Corn and Hay taken i - Come and tee us. In exchange. and in addition to the tremendous JT. JOETCSS, Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court crowd ol Louisville people that will be ONHouse. Collections receive cepeclal attention. tS CALL in attendance, it is estimated that from & WILL CURE 25,000 to 50,000 people will hero from Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Mr. : Scrofula, Salt Rheum, : Ky. STANFORD, KY., Bryan will remain in Louisville over Sores, lloils, Pustules, boJe proprietor Dhib's IHack Dunend Root I'jtiit Estimates furnished for painting Woe J, night and leave the next morning for Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only is Centt. Eczema, Tetter, Metal and lioa Koofs batlslactien guaranteed. for iitrirace and Lexington, where he is to make his sec- all Umis. Badce.Key Checks, Metal Checks of All roots panned with Desn't lllack Diamtnd NOW OPEN.- Doe License Checks. Key and all diseases of the blood and tHUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Paint guarantrid for sears lieal-ila best ond speech. Short talks, however, will Rings, Chains, Ac Stamping on Metal and genPumps and (ialvaoiteil Una eral repairing. Shop over M. D. Elmom's store, x&- - Makes You Well. Pk went Engagements Gi e Prom- Ised and lllack lien Roofing of all Kilters, Italvan Utters mi services o the p kinds, be made at many stations through the btanford, Ky. S6 tt tl co 'a and Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffins gad Caskets always on hand. Indigestion, constipation and dysblue grass. ise of Largest Atten-danc- e D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. 95 Last week many editors of the demopepsia, kidney and liver disease for Years. NATIONAL BANK cratic precs of Kentucky, persuant to a yield to its curative powers and ctll, met at the headquarters of the State when cured it ;OF STANFORD. KY. Ky. New Chefs, New Ideas. New Music. campaign committee m this city and int&- - Keeps You WeU. dulged in a general discussion of the J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Capital Stock- WRITE FOR TERMS. Sold in Lincoln county by plans of the canvass and the attitudes to - Surplus CUS HOFMANN, be taken bj the democratic papers. The W. B. MeRoberts, Stanford. We want to give thote who owe us fair warning 3ltf Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. meeting was a most enthusiastic one and that we shall give them two weeks more to settle " Penny's Drug Store, up with us, and if they do not come up in that Attention of the public Is invited to the far u time, we shall put their accounts in the hands of nearly all the editors expressed " Craig & Hocker, that this Is the only National Hank in Stanlord Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large an officer. MEHSHON iz GREEK. Under the provisions of tht National Hank on the outlook in their counties cad Commodious Samp'o Rooms. W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. art secured not only by tht capital Hails and office connected by Electric Bells. stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor aa and Congressional districts, all of which CARROLL BAILEY Prompt and polite service to guests. " DOC DRY! F. B. Twidwell, 47 amount equal to the stock, to that depositors el tended to show that democracy instead this Institution art secured by a fund of $400,000, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Flvt sworn statements of thoconduion of tht bank & of loosing ground in the old CommonJunction City, Ky. Tanner Bros., McKinney. art niadt each yearto the United Stattt f ov. tarn. nt and Its assets art examined at stated times wealth will again be very much in the Proprietors J. F. Alstott, Powers. by government agentt, thus securing addititoaa ascendency in November next. and perfect safety to depositors. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard, New Management, Proprietor, V. B. RILEY, This institution, originally established as tht Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1S5S, then M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. CHAD ORCHARD, - - Extensive Improvements, istd at the National Bank ol Stanford In :Wj and 35 j " .ti 8 3? am p ra " " 6 10 " ...3.15 a m ...6 00 a m Mr. Jacob Eebensen, who Is In the employ ol the Cnlcago Lumber Co., at Des Moines, Iowa, says: "I have just sent some medicine tick to ray mother In the nl.l rnnnlrr. that I know Irom Der tonal use to be the best medicine in the world for I am still agent for Falls Coal and will rheumatism, having used It In my ramlly lor icv keep a supply of all kinds ofBranch you get such Coal, to eral years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain Balm. as you want en to desperation by a scarcity of adher- It always does the work. at the lowest possible prices for Cash. Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, opposite ents to the single gold standard, they For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Roller Mills. 1IIGGINS, J. II Stanford, Ky. . m 37 hive been forced to resort to n new In a recent letter to the manufacturers, Mr. V. species of legerdemain. At stated inter-val- K Benjamin, editor Of the Spectator, Rushlord, N. Y , says: "It may be a pleasure to you to know the press, which was once demo- the high esteem tu winch Chamberlain's mediState, cratic, with a grea.t flourish of headline cines are held by tho people of your wnero they must be best known An aunt of mine, has announced, that this and that man, who resides at Dciter, Iowa, was about, to visit DEALER IN- and belore leaving-horemea who had been fondled iu the cradle of WTotcfew years since,they were told here, stating me, asking K bring a democracy from infancy, had renounced that if they were not she would bo withoutquantity them." GROOERIES, HARDWARE, did not like with tup Chicago platform and the nominees, The her, as she trlertcd to toare Chamberlain's medicines for its cures ol colds and Cough Remedy, famous and were determined to rote for McKin-le- y. croup J Chamberlain'e Pain Balm for rheumatism, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, Cham These stories circulated with such lame back, pains in the side and chest, andRemedy berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea GLASSWARE, &c. r UrIous persistency, hove been subject-e- l fjr bowel complaints. These medicines have been a a quarter to bo much ridicule in the districts in in constant use In Ion for almost that they of aro century. The people tme learned which the interviewed parties lived, for articles ol great worth and merit, and uncqualed by any other. Good Goods tho Lowest Prices. in many instances by investigation, For sale by Craig & Mocker, Stanford Ky. p, SENT IT TO HIS MOTHER IN GERMANY. COAL -- ! J. B. THOMPSON, District, subject Party. Is a candidate for Congress In this, trie Eighth to the action of the Democratic NOTICE 1 SAM V. MENEFEE It a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln Cmintr. sub ject to the action of the democratic pa ty. Having bouirht oft. W Adamt hit Coal Plant and good will at Rowland. Kr...! will rntifinn. th. Coil Butlnstt at said place W. T. SAUNDERS will htvechargt of It at he it well inown In tnat end ol the courtly. 44 J. B. HIGOINS. on J. K. VanArsdalo, GARLAND SINGLETON candidate for Superintendent Public Schools or Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party LIT Pi 170 I will tak all th. hldet I can gtt EjO. for cash or In trade lor leathe on court dart at Stanlord or at my home In Otten- ntim. mat, Knn.nn, Tanner llkU It a TO TKEJ 1.A3DI2SQ it ne and pretty I am I FRANK S. GREEN Is a candidate 'or Assessor of I.lncola county, subject to the action ol the democratic part) . in the Millinery line, a visit to my store will convinco you that this stock is thn most complete. back Irom the cities with everything thtt Elegant tint Llnent and Embroidery Material, MISSLICCIK HKAZLKY, J. F. 1IOLDA2II Stanford, Ky It a candidate far Assutar of I.lnrnln county, subject .0 the action of the democratic party at A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, m Stanford, P0YAL tig! . EMMETT M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- SAIiE. FEED & F. ELKIN com-lorla- STABLE, Stanford, ss JOE T. first-cla- IC3D3. BAKER POWDER firsf-cla- Pure J - Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE Por-celainiB- RESIDENCE FOR Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, First-Class Junction W. o FEinr, Come One, Como All. M. W. JOHITSOIT, York Lile Ins. Insurance Stanford, NOEL MONEY To LOAN DEALERS IN Stanford, at Kentucky. Cooke's - Sarsaparilla GRAB -- J. T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, F. G. BRADY, ORCHARD STRINGS Tin T. Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, s Cis-trr- n St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, FIRST BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. WARNING,"! 8100.000 Proprietor. 23,700 them-Belve- LlnnieFfa Eprinj RILEY HOUSE BAILED DRYjEi, London. Kentucky, Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY r.-or- jtt Oood Livery attached, and every convenience de taxed. Give me a call. yy I cave moved to my new Hotel and am bettti prepared than ever to accommodate the public FRANK RILEY, Misses Willis and Jennings, of Kirke-vill- c, Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, and prepared tor sale Flrslclass roadsters and are visiting Miss ilallie Edmiator. saddlers bought and sold on commission Good Misses Riy and Hunt, of Buckeye, are hall mile trie it and best stables in the country. 8 the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gover, Mr. Walter Beazley and wife spent Sun Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. John U. Catt'eman. A. G. I.anham INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. BS&BEE S CeSTLEMS. MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Tbrougbojt the South. local agent, Stanford, Portland - Kentucky. San Francisco. ..To the., .........Via The IWKfPOl 0) fouisviur. iltwAigm CHicuoRjgr' Only Dining Car Route From Elegant Pullman Vettlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, addrett E. H. BACON PttANK J. RE1D, D. P. A., G. P. Agent, t !Louisville Chicago, Be sure to call for Monoa Route. day with bis parents here. There will be preaching at the Baptist church by Rev. A. B. Anderson next Sunday and the subject of calling a pastor will be considered. It is to be hoped that ail members will be in attendance and that this church will soon be in a flourishing condition. Mrs. Jean Dickinson and Mrs. Isaac Herrin are quite sick. MitHja Ada and Bailie McWhortor are visiting friends and relatives in London. Mrs. I. S. and Mies Jennie Payne attended the London Fair. Mrs. Lucinda Slaughter and Miss Oapitoia Slaughtor have gone to Manchester oj a protracted visit. Mr. Will HanBford, of Manchester, and Mr. Joe Magee, of London, are here. . R. Ohenault has moved furniMm. up from Louisville to furnish Green ture Dr. Briar Springs. Her Evan3, of Lexington, intends having it run by some good party next eeason in connection with his sanitarium at Lexington. Mr. J. H. Collier has moved his store into his own building. Miss Ella Thompson and sister, of London, have been visiting Miss Fannie Redd. Mr. Lewis a teaching for his sister, Miss Georgia, during her illness. We hope sue will speedily recover. Bur-dette son-in-la- UNDERTAKING BY Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmor And Funeral Director, Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. BELOW COST! WE HAVE DECIDED TO again the First National Bank ol Stanlord in iSIt, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of i years Ills better tupplitd now with ladlitiet for transacting; businttt prompt The most accessible Summer Retort In Kon ly and liberally than ever before in lit long and fidu tucky. T he greatest diversity ol Mineral Waters bonorablt carter. Accounti of corporations, tollc-ttto be found any where. White Sulphur, Illick ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Magnena, ball, The Dirsctorv ol this Bsnk is competed ol Alum, Ac, In an abundance. Hops every Friday nl;ht Music by splendid orchestra. Write lor Forcstut Read, Lincoln county; Analysis of waters. Table first Circular and S.T. Harris, Lincoln; Class J. II. Collier, Lincoln; & B. J. W. Haydtn, Stanford; S. II. llatightnan,l Lincoln; Junction City, Ky. 3 J. S. Hocktr, Stanford; W. A.Tribble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, btanford; K. L. Tanrjer, McKinney; Farm No. l contatnt agi acres In Washington county, Ky . the greator part of which Is in grass; M.J. Miller, Ml. Yernon.Ky includwell watered; with good improvcmtnts, ing new metal roof tobacco barn for 10 acre crop. J. S. Hocker, President; Joo. J. McRobtrtt, Cashier; This farm It tituated in what it nionounccd the best district in Kentucky for White Hurley ToA. A. McKinney, Atst.Cashltr residence house. bacco. Comfortable Farm No. a contains 300 acres In same locality, with brick tlrcllini; Large stock and tobacco barns. One ot the best toiproVed farms in the couuty. OF STANFORD, KY., Doth farms are in flue slate of preseivatlon, well watered ond fyicrd. Close to R. II. depot, schools, Itncwfullyorganiied and ready tor basinets witk fine turnpike. market and on a For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, up Capital of - btanford, Ky. 10 Excellent Appointments, d. J. OWENS SON, Two Farms For Sale. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Paid Surplus, . $200,000. iJ0,000. PUBLIC SALE. As Awi'gaee ol IUhWj Hros. and Mrs Ucaxlcy, I will, on M A, TUESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1896 On their premises, one mile from Stanford on the Hustonwlle turnpike, sell publicly the life estato of Mrs. M. A. Ilcazioyin 0L0SE OUT 0TJ& ENTIRE STOCK And will sacrifice it in order to get rid of a large stock. Everything a Barg?in. 83 ACRES OF LAND, 19-- TO CHXCJS.GO. - w Denver. St Paul. From this tho modest woman naturally shrinks. hhe is right. Except In very unusual cases ot "feMy Breeders were selected from tn best herds male weakness" examinations are not necessary. breed of swine in several different ages Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a simple, nat or this famous A splendid lot ol pigs of dinrent ural remedy tor these lbs. It cures safely, petma-ne- n States. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction ly Correspondence solicited. Address stamps to cover costof mailing ond ai only and receive free cony ot Dr. Pietce's Medical Adviser. Address, World's Dispensary Mtd-- i Crab Orchard, Ky . J :al Association, Buffalo, N . one-ce- in nine cases out of ten comes from derangements of the delicate, feminine organs of generation. The family doctor inquires first concerning these lie most usually insists upon an ' examination.'' it in good health there it no mere healthful employment than housework. Generally speaking, there is no happier woman in the world Hut bow different when every breath is pain every step is torture! Tt.is state ot health If a woman HOUSEKEEPING. W. THE Surc-Iehrb.eeyd flLUK-GHAS- H. WEAREN & CO. OK S HERD RKD HOGS. tarantd. R. H. BRONAUGH, 'vaVstVLtttttHstaasataMtVHiBBtMtlst& - Ttfli" ii "" r i" - iSC 01 the reminder interest in tamo And also belonging to lleailey Bros Two eighths of tho remainder are otvnol by other persons who will, at a Mr prlco, convey the.r Interests to thopuichtsrr ot the above, nod the residue of tho remainder It minor 10 yeais old. A bond will be owned by given the purchaser that, on attaining her majorDIHECTOHt; she will couvey htr Interest to him at same J J. Williams, MUVtrnoa; ity, rato the rest of the land sells. Also a tract ot S. H. Shanki, Stanford ; J.S. Owsley, Stanford; ..vcrtiES S J. Embry, Stanford; Bros., adjoining the above. Belonging to Ileazlev j, B. Owsley, Stanlord; a part of the same tract, oootl tlwelling orfElnallv tract. Also IU J. F Casn, Stanford; out bulld'ligt on the and William GoochStanlord; XIorBos.C Cown,20 Stoclc A. W.'.Carpenter, MlUedgovillt, Corn, MO of Ontn, W.'H.ICumwiua,,I'reachert full X3ai'lo3', H O ill,. S, H. Shanks, President, fcot3Tnrm Jinplomimts, &to. Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Casbltr, Terms made known on day of sale. W. M. Bright, Teller. --. J.B. PAXTON, Assignee. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with tht taint assets and undtr the tame management. By provisions of its chaster, depositors are as fully protected aa aio depositors in National Uanks, its shareholders being held Individual! Iiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value tliereol, in addition to tht amount invested In such shares. It may act executor, administrator, truitoe, Ac, at fully at as an individual. To those who entrusted their bultinest to us trhilo mnaging the Lincoln National Bank 31 Stanford, w e we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact I heir butinest with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience It banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. cot-siste- nt ts oip r.,A.rx, AcrosOfowin! of 4tj IIob,KO