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The following nro on the sick list, nil have the lever: John Sharp, Mies Josie Sharp, iMruter Boyle Stone Sharp, Mins Strain Burgta, Obiw. Bowman, anil Geo. Wilkinson has blood poisoning. They all live in 8outh Liberty. Thero la and hasbeon quite an opideiuic or fever there, but no latal case vet. Our genial postmaster. Mr. John W. Wblpp, bus returned Irom Louisville. M. K. Humphrey has returned Irom tho blcyclo races at Soraersot. 8lmon Wee-le- y returned Irom Enbanks yesterday. Mrs. SNai Adams has returned Irom a visit to Kldd's Store. Mr?. Laura Wright, ol Kidd'a Store, passed through here yesterday Rolng to her grandfather's, C. F. Kldd. Sherlfl W. 0. Adams returned Irom W EEKL LANCASTER, 1ho now jail. was fined STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4.1896. OARRARD COUNTY ure being nut in tho SOMEWHAT LOCAL. HUSTON VILLE. coIIb yInterior Journal, THE STAFFORD muur NO. 54 ' I Humphrey to-da- y. Mtra Julln Stage Is visiting at Huatonvllle. Tho gold worshipping Unthank. of Finoville, tho chairman ol tho "National boltercratlc party" lor this district, came in hero lato on Tuesday afternoon to organize the sound boltercrats Into n conclave that is in He cordaoco with their tcutimeuts. ctmein hopeful and immediately called n consultation with some high up in democratic circles who are of golden proclivities, but they instantly and emphatically Informed him that tho Bound money democrats of Oaiey will stand by the nets of their party nt Chicago to a man, retreat was bint bo a hasty, Unthank-lu- t en without results. The democrats met in rosea convene Saturday to select tion at the delegates to the district convention to be held at London to nominate a candidate for Congress from tho lltli Cougrrrsion al district. The following were selected: J. 0. Coulter, J. W. McWhorter and W. P. Ktenuy, of Mlddloburc; J V Wilkinson, Judge J Boylo Store and J W. Loving, ol Liberty, and T. J. lUlilock, ol Dunnville. The convention was moderately well attended and tho participants wore hopeful rnd conlldent They passed resolutions endorsing the nomind nees of tho Chicago convention warmly endorsing the platform nlio. The voae of Casey will he cat In the contention for Hon. Sam C. Hardin. Hon. George li. Stone and Judgo J. Boyle Stone have returned from Louisville after a several days' stay. They kept a sharp look out at th political situation and express thumselves as better pleased with the prospect than when went away. They do not think the bolting Bound mouey votu will n.nount to an; thing In Kentucky, It is thought that tho largest vote will be in Louiavillo whero most of the business men on Main street are bolters rnd that the (silver idea is gaining ground, even with these business princes, and that all the laboring peoplo are lor tho ticket and platform. They sav that from thoir general observation and the best information they could obtain by interviewing everybody that they had a talk with and by talking to as many classes as posal ble they (.re satisfied that tho grand old Commonwealth will roll up a democrat Ic majority of at least 25,000. Well, tho ''National boltercratlc party" at Indianapolis are now enunciating sound money democratic principles and doctrines to tho world that will crush all unsoundness and political rottenness in to inaicniilcance. With ouch Btalwart political mlnlstora as W. 0. P. B. A; Co., with such a commendablo dieclplinor as tho heathen world the Courier-Journaof politics, with Its silver Idols and white metal heresy, will bo purified and transformed into tho goldon radiance of monetary perfection, where want of confidence in the commercial world nnd panics In financial circles are the chief of political demons, that this pecuniary party has cast into the UnlverBe-saviu- g bottomless pita ol Salt River, whero tho waitings ol political disaster are r.s pittonea of th o eous as' the partlcipantB of a lovers' quarrol. Whilo this young savior of pollticallty is In ita first groat National assemble, and baa just gone through tho trying ordeal of christening ltiolf, It should perform tho lofty ritoof selecting and adopting a fitemblem of itting and trailing recruit of the self. Aa it la tho republican party, w auggeat that It adopt as Its emblem the posterior appendage of the republican party-t- ho coon's tall. al tc court-hous- l, Boul-crushi- truth-couveyl- of Phil ArTho only mour, the killer of millions of piga and the owner of millions of dollars, la lightTbo child ing for llf In an incubator. Tuesday to Mr. and Mra. W88 born last J. Ogden Armour. Tho little girl was eo amalland bo delicate that it was decided Inbtantly that Bhe must be confided to an Incubator's care. Old Phil gives oach as a one of hla grand children 1500,000 the" little ono'a life is pretty starter, so precious. KiltonJJaleB, a wealthy, farmer ol Uoso Ulll. Va who waa arouBed by an attempted burglary, procured a shot gun and emptleJ both barrels In tho loco of George, allaB "Doc," Williame, putting both ol bla eyes out. gmud-daughter f 100 lor Belling a bottlo ol beer internal rovenne received lor Decoration Day, May 30. J. Mort Kothwell could not nnlr at A fire which destroyed tho Hanks iirouneau last Saturday, uj he waa au at block in Lawrencoburg, burned two torney in tho famous Turner-Navchildren ol John Gray. Loss 310,000, case. insuranco fO.OOO. A musical entertainment, made up Cash Pumphrey, who sued Walter ol home uleiu, will bo given at tho court KaBOii at Lancaster, f)r $20,000 damages house Thursday, under the for charging that hn tnieappaopriated auspices ol tliu W. 0. T. U. J127, waa cast, tho jury finding lor the Judge Hsulltfy rendered a iudument defendant. on an agreed cjso to tho elJect that drugGov. Brodloy has appointed G. E gists ma local option product Bhould Wiseman, of Danville, a member of tho not be rfquired to pay a licenso. board of comtnisalonnrs of the Kontucky The boltocrata claim that an over School for the Dsaf, to succeed Logan production of farm produce causes low CalUwell, deceased. prices. II this is true, why has land gone It ia telegraphed from Pineville that down? Tho acres teem to bo tho same. Andy Roark, aged 130, walked from his Rev. W. P. Nelson, who has been home, 30 miles diatant, to that place the pastor ol the Presbyterian church here oth r dav and spent a lew hours talking since January l.has gone to Iowa to politics with tho boys. charges preferred against him by D. N. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, writt b tho Presbytery, on account of which he to tho register of the land office lor a has has not preached in his church In copy of a patont Issued to John Holdam this city lor some time. for 1,000 acres on Cedar Creek in Lincoln Mrs. Martha Salter, oneol tho oldest county. In the patent, the land ia deand most prominent ladies in Oarrard scribed as adjoining Daniel Boone's precounty, died at Oapt. T. A. Elk'in's Sat- emption. Capital. urday in the 75th year ol her ago. She Samuel Rogers, of Casey county, was a pure, Christian woman and a long who was taken ill with typhoid fever processiou ol Irieuds and relatives fol- while visiting A. G. Minor, near Alum lowed the remains to Lancaster Cerae-torSprings, died Friday morning. Ho was 30 yeara old and a most excellent young Sunday. Circuit court Is still in session and man. Mr. Minor's wife and daughter the transgressor Is quaking In his boots. also have light cases of lever. AdvoFloyd Humphrey, who has been In Jail cate. Stamp Deputy Posey, at Lawrence-burg- , since last March, was acquitted ol tho collected IS3.G14 57 on tax paid charge ol stealing a horse and buggy in whisky during the month of August. It Kokomo, Ind., and driving tnrough to tills county, for want of proof from that is nearlv double the collections of July, State, LeuSAnders, a party to tho crime, and exceeds by over 105,000 the receipts ol last August. In fact no other raonth'a was held on the chage of forgery. aalesflince the now tanil law went into Win. Denny was found guilty of inefiVct, in August, ISO I, are equal toi. voluntary manslaughter in tho Garrard There Is a baby in Jessamine councircuit court and sentenced to 12 months ty, tho offspring of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph in thecotiutr Jail for killing Bob Atkiii Corman, which ia 12 monthB eld and sou with a atone last May. weiKha only 1 pounds. Ho enjoys beCupt. William Herndon, speaking of ing carried in a ninall InuchbsBket.which Jndgp KautleyV quirknera andaptnrfs to is amply largo to accommodato ancther apply a passago of scripture, with lightof its b:z-- , although only four iucheB ning rapidity, Hald: "Several days ago I long. The child can speak distinctly and Mood up in court and asked that a fee of walk unaided. $100 be allowed in a certain case and ho Buford Ovorton, tho convicted nui'- (at down on me quickly and told tho derer who escaped from the Harlan clerk to write 60 " county jail, waa captured. lis has been On Monday in the case of S. D, at large a year. Ovorton and his brother Turner, whoeuod his father-ilaw, Jbb. Navo, for 10,000 damages lor tho aliena- killed an old Jewish peddler and his tion of his wife's allectionr, the jury wife In 1S01, and Buford was sentenced to hang, hut broko jail ii 1895. Will brought In a verdict for the Overton, brother of Buford, was killed afterward Turner filed a sultrgaln for f 10 000 damages, becaube by the officers for resisting arrest. J. B. Matthows, a traveling man for Nave said he had sworn to a falsehood. tho American Washooard Company, Sam Sutton, who ahot and killed Bob L'rmtow at BryantsviIIe, was lodged while on the Blue Gnus special Monlujtil at Lancaster. The killing was day, attempted to pass from one coach to another. The car gave a sudden lurch, pronoui.ced entirely unprovokedReports say that Sutton came where Hub-to- aud befell on his hands and knees In the waa standing in a crowd, and telling vestibule. Three fingers of bis left hand some one to stnnd out ol tho way, fired were caught between the cars, cutting them oil'. upon Huston with a The bitterness between A. A. Lewie shot gun. The charge took effect in the and Green Trimble culminated Monday. neck, killing him instantly. Circuit court ia in session there and Judge Saul-le- Lowia was talking free silver as usual, ordered a special grand juiy impan- when Trimble who was a bystander took eled to Investigate the case and he waa ofiense. After some words they separated, but later in the afternoon met again indicted. Trim bio was with his son, Banloe, and Bud Logan, a relative. All drew thoir CHURCH CHIMES. revolvers. Lewis got the drop. Chief Rov. W. 0. oriUHtead clcaad his Hughes and two policemen were nearby, meeting at McKiuney Sunday night al- and before nnyono could shoot dif.irmed ter I ringing a number into the fold. them and placed them under arreat. In tho corner stone ol a new Baptist church at Berea, Ky., the minLIBERTY KNOOSE. ister placed copies ol Bryau'u Chicago 1 went in town last mondy morning biid New York epeecuts. with a fruit can In a flour sack and i met -- The meeting being bold at McCoi-inncJug tllfoard on mister persea corner and by Klder George A Kliugman, ol he has bee come so much intrested in Somerset, ia growing iu interest and already three eoula have been brought to whiskey trafick ho asked meo if that was inoone shine i had and i told him that it Christ. was and asked the Judg to tako a drink Georgetown College bought the o with mee the Judg la giting tired of the Wash Institute property Bt Middle-buroil 8 he ia takeing the same stps that lor fl,71t.o0 or JISI more then the ranea and mires took to git out of ofis mortgage the college had on tho property. The collego will now run the school. and tho whiskey with other things wUj (lip him the same way far it waa oil and Congregations ol tho Baptist and the handl that tllfoard got in thia time Christian churches at Bonton had a ioint will misa the oil aud the hand), baptizing at Clark'a river. Eight porsonB and ho and tho ofia too tho next time so the votwere baptized into the former church ing yeapl sea in this countrev i told the and five into tho latter. Tho same book Judg the whisky imprleinment was sink served lor both churchea, and 1,500 peo iug our county faster than evry thing elae ple witnessed the novel scene, 'I do not wish to be accueed ol mak with the males our county oficeles rou ing a political speech in the pulpit," said ses to try to git n lit! money out ol the boya butinatid of the ofisora a pitting the Rev. Mr. Wllgue. "I do not think whiskey boys the ol that politicals .the preacher's province. themoney out ol the tho peopl of the coun Jaler gita it out But il I may venture on a little applicaty and our males ofiaers ia the case ol our tion of a certain phrase, I wilt say that indetnia Imposed on tho tax payers of those who expect to get a credit ol f 10 on the celestial book for every dollar thty our county tho voters of the county to a contribute are making n grievous thouch graltextut aay what pasmore told the tllcommon mistake." Indianapolis Joui- - people too yoarae ago when him and foard and rainea and brown was all cana-dninal. for county Judg la com in g to pas aB Rov. W. R. Lloyd, ol Nashville, ar last as time can role ou so will cloao lar rived earlier than announced and began time by Baying i will lcok to eee thia the mooting at tho Christian church thia In tho nex isuo of tho intry Jarnel Tuesday night, when he had lor his srib- - letar I am youra truly J. II, Paemore. ject: "God's Greatest Promise." Wed nesday night his aubject wa8 "Two Sides A fUmlug poster announces what fa to God's Character" and lait night advertised to be "more exciting than a "Thoughtful Sinnera." he will prize fight and more interesting than a discuss "Religion with Morality," Satur-da- y political convention." According to the night "Modern Infidelity," Sunday posters, two 40 ton engines with six cara morning "Christ or Peter, Which?" Sun- attached, running at the rate of 00 miles day night "God's last Will and Teata-me- an hour, will be allowed to collide on to Man." Services at 10 a. m. and September 15, at'.Oruah, Texas, In the 7:80 f. m. dally. presence of spectators. Au-Kue an-sw- er In tho polico court ,Vin. Spencer W. R. Lnpsloy has been appointed Rev. W. T. Overstreet preached five postmaHter at McAfeo, Mercer county. very acceptable sermons at the PresbyCollector O. U. Itodea reports $118,-103.2- 7 terian church from Friday to Sunday laHt. FJ3M&.TiT5 COIiTSCE. WILLIAM SHELTON, We are to Imve a Fair. will positively play and the lound. The date will be about the last Studenu i js Teachtri 7. AU tpocUUst- - Thorough csuriei in Litn, Gretk, French, Eng'ith. Mathcmatlct, Natural and Moral Sciences, Mutlc, Art And Kiocutloa Situated in the famous Hlu Grass seetinn of Kuntueler : distinguished (fit halthfu neit of chmattf. tT trenerir. refinement of society. Kail Sfsston opens Septombor 7. Hpfore deciding where you will to t your daughter The band ucxi year, 00 sure 10 write MOW uaukiojus. Jiuresi, tf MRS. NANNIE 3 8AUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford. Ky. horses go -- ? President. y n defendant-Immediatel- y - u double-barrele- d y ks Ja-ni- g, lr ta To-nig- nt 3f George O. Quinu, a murderer, was killed by a po&ae in Pike county. Michael Heeman, a Boston miser, brained hio wife with an ax when she asked him for money. Ho bad S4.000 in DEALERS in his pocket. While the employes of a bank at Ripley, O., were listening to a speech by . Mr. Bryan, thieves slipped into the bank and robbed it. jf- jc Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. The city attorney of Louisville holda that pool rooma are in violation of tbe statutes and adviseB the board of safety to close them up. Give us a call and be convinced, Eighteen riders will contest next -K 33" Monday for the $50 diamond for first find a bicyclo for tbe second beet time from Covington to Lexington, 100 miles. A Texas man's body, in conformity with his will was buried ataea with Masonic honors. He doubtless preferred to furnish food for fhhea instead of tbe worms. A Ohillicothe, O., burglar after having helped himself to a suit of clothes and other things, had tbe nerve to shave THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present himaelf before ho left a house be bad on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND 'SATURDAY broken into. William Robbins, a Charleston, W. of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further nodaugh- tice. Come early and avoid the rush. Va., brnto, killed his ter to conceal a crime he had committed on her. When placed in jail he cut bis throat from ear to ear. line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and Dr. Henry K.Pusoy, the A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chilof the and physician Central asylum for tho insane, died at dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts hia home at Garnet tville, Meade countr, from A to EE. in tho 70th year of his age. Tom Napier, of Wellavllle, O , got We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND anonymous letter stating that he wns lines for men and boys. an guilty cf theft. It weighed ou his mlud to such an extent that he lost hia roaeon and finally killed himaelf. Mra, Oharlea Rider, of Newark, O., Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains irom day to day, and has filed auit for 310,000 against Nathan if your neighbors beat .you to it, don't kick. Frad, of that city, for selling her husband wbisky, which caused him to get MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. drunk and severely neat her. John Thurman, who died at Greens Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. borg, Ind., Wednesday, was the only gopds at iow prices. We are yours for first-cla- ss and Canned Goods. colored man in tbe world belongiug to a Because of this white Maaonic lodge. hia name circled the globe among Ma- - ol thia month. Mr. Chris Lvona Bold to Farria & Whitley 107 head ol 1.400 pound cattle at 4c. This brings in the neat sum of nearly 10,000. Hemp is being cut in this community and the yield is fine, both m to quantity and quality. Will Rout bus an exceptionally fine piece on Mr. Florence Yo well's place. Mrs. Mack Ederington was reported very low with typhoid lever a few days Bince, much to the distress of her relatives in town, but the report turned out to be unfounded. Christian College opened Monday for the Fall term with 29 pupils in attendance. Of course this number will be rapidly augmented until the usual attendance is reached. Alex Vardeman, Finn Dinwiddie and Will Bates, all of color, were a quiet game of poker in the lot near Ike Austin's blacksmith shop when their pleasure was rudely interrupted by Marshal Devera and an aesistant, who arrested tho whola party. They were tried, but it was impoesibh to convict them, bo the authorities turned them loofe. Ed Hopper, of Newport, was here thia week, visiting bis daughter, Mill e. J. B. Weatherford, wife and children left Monday (or their home nt Milldale. All ol the little fellows caught tho whooping cough while hero. Mra. P. W. Ream left Tueauay for a visit to relatives in Ohio Mies Margaret Bennett has returned to her duties as instructor in music in Christian College. UigKinaWoods. while out on a business trip, was taken Hick of malarial fever at High Bridge. Mrs. Woods went to High Bridge and brought him home. He is now some better. Mr. G. M, Givena was in Boylo county visiting relatives this wck. The Lincoln County Medical Society had a very successful meeting at Huatonvllle Tuesday. Thero waa a large nt tendance and tho day was spent both pleasantly and profitably. Dr. Green Moore, who waa cpaayist, read a very interesting paper on "Abortion, ita Cause and Treatment." A lively discussion followed in which moat of tbo doctors took part. "Refraction," wa8 the subject of an able talK by Dr. J. G. Carpenter, which was much enjoyed. Dr. Ber-ti- o Carpenter read a paper on "Rational Therepeutics" which waa highly complimented. Dr. Lowder, ol Casey, was a guest ol the society, and entertained its membera with a talk on the "Physicau, his Hie." A delightful dinner was enjoyed at the Weatherford House and after seltcting Stanford as the next meeting place and the second Tuesday in No vember the date, the eociety was declar ed adjourned. en-ioyi- .. . . 25l w y 3 . X '. o DRUGS AND ft, .:.! BOOKS. School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything in our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised hv Cash Houses. a :0 X 5 o :.' PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist from new drugs and pure chemicals. t o o V ,. 3 o xxJ--xv W. B. MoBOBEETS. 8 a A? FARRIS & Dealers In HARDIN, 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-t- o Suit The Times. 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" seem? 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 view of these conditions, James Frye, Elustoiiville, 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. J Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing, WBB? s . cv.;minn I?. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. CRAIG & HOOKER, J 13ruqs, S'Kism.'icals, Oils, Pairvbs, -- t It Pays to Daal with a Cash House. J J Jjf- j 3- cm CLEARANCE ALE GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selected well-know- n kook Out for Our Gerjtre Table! CARPETS, u. CHARLES WHEELER Bona. June 1896. TheChas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky wMWtJ..,.r...Jwja, EUhWLEKUr iHTEBOBJonnMl PALMER AND Ii UCKNER. Thai's the Ticket the JBoltocrats fore, haa al, which goea for him thus: j Buporvision of Mrs. L. B. Adams. Miss Ida May Adams has returned tnlker. When ho unllmberB Stanford, Ky., Sept. 4. 1896 T,,.,wrn,att,,vntinalrnnn.lh,8Jawit takes command ol hia whole from a lengthy visit in Knox county. Mrs. Pierce viBited her Bister at Linnlet Hon at InJinnapolia Wednesday and pro personality and assaults truth, low, order and deconcy with all the fervor with ta Springs recently. MIbs Mary Miller ia ceeded to bnsinesa after Senator Palmer W. P. WALTON. characterized Samson's assault, with a attondlngtho Williamsburg fair. Messrs. had called it to order and remarked that similar weapon, upon the Phillntino. Jamea and Leroy Houk aro visiting Mr. he had the honor of presiding over the There is no other point of similarity be L. Houk, of Indiana. Mrs. Denny Is only National Democratic Convention tween Samson and Tarvln. He ia not with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. B. Davis, held in 1S Gov. FJpwer wan made strong enough to pull down the tump'o who continues quito ill. Editor Hudson temporary chairman and ho lit into Brywas in town again Wednesday. What ia of populism upon hia own head. an like a thousand of brick, calling him For President and tho attraction? Mr. Lewis Jones, who a "demagogue and a word juggler, ambiMORE NEWS NOTES. vlsitud at Mr. J. J. Wiiliuma. tin returnSEWALL. tious, unsteady and unsafe." This was BRYAN was a dime novel tleud ed to Middlcflhoro to the grent regret of A boy, who received with s'orms of applauee as were Pa., for mur- Home of the fair ones. of the Chicago platform. was hanged at Uuiontowu, his criticisms der. For Judge cr the Court of Appeal! The call of States showed S50 delegates Seveial railroads now make tho run present, bo tho report goes, from 41 W. S. PKYOR from Cincinnati to Chicago in ei&ht Charlotte Bchrt'iis will bo Robert States. After the appointment of comOf New Castle. Mantoll's leading lady ngain this mittees an adjournment was had till 4 hours. Gold to the amount of 117,500,000 o'clock. Frances Drake is tho last of tho On reassembling tho cotnmitteo on per- haB been ordered in Europe for shipVirmost wont republican Tuesday by to unnmiin'o her intention ment to this country. 39,093, the largest majority over given for manent organization reported tho selecIn a bicycle collision at Morrietown, to go into tho vaudevilles. that partv. TbouRb the rails and bolting tion ot Senator Cattery, of Louisiana, for WilAnthony Hope and Edward Roso aro democrats are making a great ado over it, chairman and he was chosen and made a Ind., Jacob Tagloy was killed and said to huvo received about $25,000 each in the re- speech. John R. Fellows, of New York, liam Seinmona fatally injured. there is no more significance " It Is estimated that the G. A. R. in royalties on "Tho Prisoner of Zemin. a sult than attaches to that in Alabama. It also spoke, in fact everybody spoke who Charles Warren will leave for 0 went democratic the other day by over could get a chance, except Billy Breck- encampment at S. Paul has drawn to piny tho General in tho Sydney of them and their friends there. 40.000, as she always does, and now Ver- inridge, who hadn't at last accounts. production of Hoyt's "A Milk Whito Threo men were killed and two se- ring." mont goes republican as ahealwaya does. Zick Phelps, of Louisville, bent Hind-ma- n riously injured by the explosion of a and Browder for National commitThe psople of the Green Mountain State Mr. Beerbohm Tree probably will have no better sense than to vote that teeman from Kentucky. The ticket most traction engine at Lauilas Center, Mich. not accompany her husband to America, A saw mill boiler exploded near Knto Rorko coming as leading lady inticket, even if the issues of the campaign talked of is Palmer and Buckner, the had been properly presented to tbem. former, until a few years ago a republi- Charleston, W. Va., killing two men and stead. Tho grent hit mado by "Under tho The republicans concentrated their effort can, and the latter a mighty good man seriously wounding a half dozen more. Charles Keinhart killed himself at Polar Star" has caused scores of arctio to carry the State, and had all of their gone wrong. Both are too old for much best speakers in the campaign. The more service to either party and too old Evansyille, Ind., because hia wife accus melodramas to bo unearthed from musty democrats knew that the Dutch would for the realization of much more ambi- ed him of paying attentions to another receptacles. Atkins Lawrouco nnd George W Wilwoman. take Holland anyway and made no espe- tion. A fire at Norfolk, Va., which started son havo been engaged for principal gleefulcial effort. The Courier-JournIndianapolis, Sept. 3. parts in James A. Homo's "Shore Roll call for nomination of candidates in 8. R White's implement factory renderly remarks that the result drives a nail ed 100 people homeless and caused a loss Acres" company. into Bryan's coffin, but the wish is the for president began at the afternoon sesTwo sous of Bartley Campbell aro of $200,000. father to the thought. As goes Vermont sion. producing their dead father's old plays Dreaming of an Artie journey, a one year so goes Vermont another year, Palmer and Bragg were presented by and minor hew it that they ure making Phoenix, Arix., barber awoke to find that money with them. but it has never been said that oa Ver- their respectative State delegations. Many States seconded the nomination of a thief had called and stolen tho blankets mont goes so goes the Union. Edmund Collier will play Mark Anfrom his bed. each, but it was soon seen that the tony in a production of "Cleopatra" Thky Bay that when Li Hung Cnang, At Bnnset on Monday next will be which Messrs. Fitzpatrick and OUsr was the favorite of the With the will send on tho road. the distinguished Heathen Ohinee, who pin the Hebrew Now Year. aid society. is on a tour cf this country, is introducnew moon will be usnereu in toe vear Duke Jnxoiic, n mombor of Do Wolf Mr. Partridgo, of Florida, says it was ed bis first question, which is consider the purpose of his delegation to nom- 5057 of the Jewish era. Hopper's company, was recently rescued ed an fait in his country, is "How much inate Cleveland, but for At Georgetown, Chief of Pollco Z. from a watery gravo by n daughter of sufficient reamoney, you got?" To many this ia an sons, it seconds D. Lusby shot and seriously wounded Merry, the great scenic artifL the nomination of Pal embarrassing question, but to others the mer. Lewis Morrison produced Frederick Keene Johuson, colored, whom he Urytou's new play, "Tho Indian," in subsequent inquiry "How'd you git it?" caught stealing chickens. When Nubraska waa called at 3:0S r. Judging from press comia still more embarrassing. But the most m. yesterday, a delegate At Richmond, Mo., a thorn from a Halifax. arose and said embarrassing question that he propounds that that State bad already presented hedge he was trimming flew into tho eye ments, tho play feoml a success. Mr. Morrison appeared in a dual rolo twin especially when he directs it to tt mem- one candidate for president too many and of a gardener, and, the point breaking Indian brothers. ber of the fairBex, is "How old, you are?' tne convention got convulsed with laugh- off in the eyeball, sight waa destroyed. a question which in China is a decided ter. A dispatch from Constantinople says TURF TOPICS. mark of honor. Old Li will likely, howTho roll call of States ordered for first that additional facta concerning the re ever, learn more sense after he has been ballot at 3:33. Motion that Gen. Palmer cent massacre are slowly coming to light Alcidalia is now tho sensation of tl here awhile and try to talk of things be nominated by acclamation, ruled out It is now estimated that o,Ou(J pereoiiB hour in New Eugluud. more agreeable. Last year's fast colt Lambie, IS. of order and call proceeded. Bragg soon perished. While descending by means of a will not bo raced this season. Col. Bkkiiy seems to be getting back showed he was not in it and at 3:44 Pal- parachute, an aeronaut at Dallas, Tex., Tho fast Pennsylvania stallion on top again in the 6th. A second meet- mer W88 nominated on the first ballot. Penn, :07i, lias boon u half this On motion of Gen. Bragg the nomina- got between the forked limbs of a tree, ing of the democratic committee was and he season in 1 KrSJ. tion waa made unanimous amid wild lib head caught in the crotch, hdld at bis instance when the action of a Red Bud, 2:Ut trotting nnd was hanged. scenes of delight. former meeting was rescinded and pre2:12J- pacing, has lcen allowed to reThere is a decided feeling for Gen. turn to tin- - trotting guiu cinct conventions were ordered held in MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE CO Buckner for vice president and he ib sure all counties, Sept. 20, to elect delegates to Charles Marvin, Mk veteran trainer to ho nominated. The call of States for and nnd driver, is at pre.-eWatermelons are plentiful schooling a lot the district convention at Williametowm cheap. of youngsters in New York. 8ept. 30. We bavenover had a high es- nominations waa being made at 4 o'clock. Messrs. Kreuger & White have men Seventy heats wero trotted nud paced timate on the character or ability of the The democratic convention at at work getting out rock for the church. at tho Columbus (O. ) grand circuit "Tall Sycamore of the Licking," but he is still balloting for a candiThe contract for building the new meeting at an iivoriuro bolow 2:11 is a long ways better than any of the date for Congress and has gotten up in iBaptiet church has been awarded to Cox Allio Mays, a brother of Rulph men opposing him, and for that reason the 1,000. A nomination may be made it Parrott, who were the lowest bid- Wilkes, 2:00, i not being trained, ought to be nominated to succeed him bv the election and ocain it may not. ders. owing to injuries received somo timo self. Meantime John W. Lewie marches on to The London Fair was well attended ugo. Tub Bowling Green Daily Times, which almost certain victory. L. L. D. is a new one in tho 2:10 by citizens of this county. Messrs. R. has been advocating freo silver, has been G. Williams, Ed and Bub Cox went list. He won tho fccoiuI heat in his raco Great Scott! What if Grover, after from here. forced to change its tune. The propr'e at Ottnmwa, Iu. , recently, taking a record of 2 :09. tor, Mr. O. M. Lewin, owed Gen. Buck-ne- r all, shouldn't write that letter of apA cheuge has been made in the ro k proval Messenger. And Two blacksmiths are employed at tho J7.000 and not having the wherewith quarry management, Messrs. W. O. Mui-lifarm, and thoy aro kept al to liquidate, when it- - Wfs demanded, he certainly wont, should bis ancient & Co., having bought the interest t f Cloverdell enemy, Henri Watte-sobusy, as Mr. Moore has about lOOhor&u? be placed on R. the governor closed down on him, and C. Welsh. boiug shod on his farm. hereafter the paper will advocate the gold the ticket. A large and attentive audience a James Greon of Wilmington, Dol., standard. Mr. Lewis announces, howBrodhead last Saturday listened to Judge who drove Snlndin, by Sultau, to his recPOLITIC A POINTS. ever, that he and Bf n Watts will make Vincent Boreing and Prof. J. S. Rppert ord of 2:0fi?4, is handling homo vory The people whom the currency ques- discuss eound money and free silver. the Sunday Journal a daily and run it fast green ones at Wilmington. tion seems to be bothering the mest is red hot for the Chicago nominees. Mr. Dart Williams whs shot from Barney Porry, 0110 of tho old school that class who haven't any. ambush by some unknown party, tiuf- - trainers, is nt present a full fledged Tub mere mention of Mr. Wattersou'd Congressman Paul Sorg, the inulti picious rent upon a man alio Iirs not Boniface, being tho proprietor of tho name for the nomination for president by millionaire of Dayton, O , has declined a been in evidence since. Mr. M. was Boll House in Middlotown, N. Y. the Indianapolis convention hap thrown nominati6n unanimously made. Buster, 2: 1C, has returned from the slightly wounded in the arm. Editor Knott, of the Louisville Post, into Gov. Bradley has at last accepted A Mr. Hallway, who was' supposed Indianapolis wreck in a very dilapidated a fine frenzy and he almost tears hia shirt Wood Dunlap's resignation of an office condition. Ho will not b able to pace to huve given evidence against moonin raving opposition. Mr. Wattereon he never had any right to and Wood may be that ho shiners, was shot near Brush Creek by again this season, uud'it has probably no show of a nomination, is now a free man. never will. some one concealed in the bushes. Hia but if he should happen to get it, Brer The Barbourville Experiment, which recovery ia doubtful. The marshals are Knott will bolt again and get up a fourth the same is the name of a newspaper, baa searching for the suspected party. changed handB and will hereafter sing If not told privately bcture, I will (nil at StanA party of serenadera treated their ford county court day in September two young Mr. Bryan after a triumphal tour, for gold instead of elver. friends to sopie fine vocal music Friday Hornet, a Mare and rlule Colt and two pletidld On a return from the Eastern counOjJ CltOW. Agtnt. during which he made short speeches to night. A young man, thinking the oong Milk Cowi. the waiting crowds along his route, spoke ties, Judge Pryor reports a strong senti- an invitation for a baptismal service, to 20,000 enthusiastic peoplo at Colum- ment for the Chicago ticket and a satis- was about to deluge the uncovered heads bus, O , Tuesday night and made tbem factory outlook in hia own race. with a pail of water, but was prevented Gov. Stone, ofMissouri, says, it applaud and shout till they were hoarse. by the timely arrival of the boateaa with Ai Excutori of the eiUtnof J. L Uawion, deed., to be Been how effectually the It would be tho irony of fate if he were we will on a card of thanks. Master Willie Kreuger to carry the Buckeye State, but stranger bolting democrats can aidMcKinley, but verv skillfully manipulated the band- he hopes and believes the causa of the organ. 1st, 1896, things have happened. people willlgain more than it will lose General Deputy Collector John Will At bit late residence, aell at public outcry lo tho hlgheit bidder, Tns Frankfort Capital has been enlarg by the Indianapolis convention. Collier, accompanied by Deputy Marshals ed and in many ways improved. Editor Two of the State's moat important Stringer and Burton, three excellent genAbout Two Hundred Acres Forrester has a grievance against the institutions, the Eddyville prison and tlemen and good democrats, made a raid Of fine Hanging fork land. Thliland ii tituat d Louisville Commercial and the way he is the asylum for the feeble minded, have upon moonshiners in this county last In a. goodie immunity, 4 miles North of Stanford, Danvilc fine letting into it is a ctution. His inside been burned since Gov. Bradley went Wednesday. Mr. Collier haB filled his on theofStanford and inottly ia pike It it in a well itate cultivation, grati, and it knowledge of Louisville affairs in gen- into office, but even the most rampnnt The dwelling ia a story and half brick office with great credit and wo donbt not fenced. good one. with necettary eral makes bis articles on them peculiar- partisan will hardly say he set 'em afiiu. that the next administration, which wi'l with frame ell, a Convenient to school, only about o ly interesting. John B. Thompson says he has been certainly have Bryan at the helm, wi 1 vardt away, and a No. I llurr Water Mill adjoin ing me una Trie Land will be offered at a whole and then in nearly over the 8th district and from a gladly retain him in office. two inrceli of about too Acres each and which As no ooe haa notified Tom Wataon cf careful survey and estimate he finds that ever way amounts to the mott will be accepted, School began at the Institute Tueshis nomination for vice president, he is the third ticket movement will l'ossenou frr seeding purposes will not poll day under moat favorable auspices. It af'nr the tile and entire possettion be given day an i, 1897 of uncertainptill in that beautiful state over an average of 50 votes to the coun- began with good attendance, which haa Terms -- The above will be told foronethinl hu was experiencing in to be paid Jan 1, 897 ; tho balanco In t and catfi, ty and doubt that ty, which will he more than offset by re- increased daily. Under the care of such a yean, equal intrallmentt. A bond with appiut-e- d Congress, when he asked in plaintive publicans who will vote with the demo- able instructors as Mr. and Mrs. Scroggs be tecurity, bearing interett from day of tale, mutt given by the purchaser. Lien retained on land tones to be told "where he was at," and crats L L. DAWSON, the school can not fail to succeed if our for deferred aayme-ittthereby leaped atone hour. J into fame. J. H. DKIGHT, Kentucky can now ho safelv placed people give it their hearty support. Miss Executors. Judcunq from the Louisville Times' overwhelmingly in the Bryan and Sow Belle Scroggs, wiio has tho music class, Mary A. Daw on As Administrator all column, eays a Bpecial to tho Cincin- comes highly recommended and is equip- ceased, I will at the of Mrs.tunc and place sell deillustrations, the Indianapolis blow-osame the Enquirer. At a meeting held at ped to give instructions on piano, organ following pnpcity: was a fizzle. A picture of Tomlinsou nati Cow and Calf, Household and Kitchen I''nrni- ture, Beds and Sledding, Sheets, Ulankets, Pillow Hall, where the convention met, shows Henderson by representatives of the and guitar. Slips, Shams, &c and other things tuu uumerous The entertainment last Friday eve- to mention. Terms made known on day of talo. it yawning with an acbibg void the democratic and populist pirtiea a fudou was effected, by the terms of which the ning realized $12 toward tho new carpet W. L. DAWSON, Aoror delegateB can never fill. ueuiocrais are to concedo the populists for the Presbvteriru church. The exer On the same day will tell some of mv Derion. Tuk political Miea Nancys, who arro- two electors, and in return the populists cises wero excellent, especially the recililting of zoo lot of gate to themselves everything that ia good are to withdraw ail their State ticket and tations and eonga by the children. Tho ally, coHay in itack. thockt of Corn, a nice Jlogt, Sow and J'igi, 7 fat Millet Ina Cows and Calves, rockaway Hone, harnen their candidates for Congress in the va- boIo, "I Love You Yet," by M Ibs May Mare, Iluggy and pure in politics, are in session at and Harness, Surrey and Harness. dianapolis and if they do not succeed in rious districts and to cast their full Miller, was loudly encored. Though the 1 wagon, nice lot ot I'oullry. tiouichold strength for the democratic candidates. evening waa quite cool, all cheerfully re- - on d Kitrkm Furniture. Terms made known on saving the country, God pity it. day of sale, L. L. DAWSON. Nominated at Indianapolis Yttknlay. I Judge Tarvin, one of the 8tato olec. malned (0 partake of of thudelicioaa kelggg QUR incurred the wrath of the Cour I cream which wis proparod under the I Tarvin la a 53.50 PANTS, TAILOR-MADE SHOES SHOES SHOES ! ? ANYTHING ! IN I CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. TAKE TIME (A SIX PAGES- nt HI THE FORELOCK. 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Tho strawberry crop of tho United States exceeds 6,000,000 tons yearly. Tho spring nnd nutuinn maneuvers of Eurojxjan armies cost over 2, 000, 000. The Fronch peoplo mnko over francs in rearing fowls yearly. Tho English breath is scented with 10,000,000 bushels of onions each year. Thcro is n street in Liverpool in which nearly every houso is occupied by a dentist. A new form of insanity has been discovered. This is cuused by rising from bed too early in tho morning. Tho not reduction in tho British national debt sinco 1876 is 86,000,000, or ut tho rate of 4,260,000 n year. Experiments havo shown that soft wood under pressure bionics considerably harder than hardwood under pressure. French "pasto, " from which artificial diamonds nro made, is composed of a mixture of glass aud oxido of lead. Rubies, pearls and sapphires aro also successfully imitated by tho Parisians. A horse was ridden long beforo ho was shod, and until it was learned how to put shoes upon him his greatest useful-vi- s was not achieved. It is causo for comment that tho ancients did not ooner learn to shoo him. Until after tho sixth century of our era all silk imported from tho cast to tho west was valued nt its weight hi gold. Tho silken goods were put luto ono scale, and enough gold to balance them was placed in tho other. Tho pulp and paper mills in Maino at tho present time havo a daily capacs ity of about 1,200 tons. This is paper. About d pulp and $13,000,00n is invented in this industry in Maino nnd upward of 6,000 men emtwo-third- m0frj) '; 1 QmO0VE-tJoVRNM.rR- QOLX)FrtTHlE: SOUTH. CftiDUATR HOLDING FINE PWMMfe. BY POSITIONS. MEN W. P. WALTON. ?W7XS , . . ANTHRAX AND BLACKLEG. r V4Myj0Wr AS I M MCOMMCNOED THE COUNTRY, THE UADINS 6USIMESS OF . irftySSfiariJlfe m li mention st CQUHOe wantkc. - Ita ItrprntcU Flight ami 111 SotnfM Finally Knd.il All Ilia Troubles. After finishing supper nt tho Httlo cabin whero I had put up for tho niht will I Heated myself on a log in tho front I m Hill agent for Filtf llrmneh Col and Vttp a tupply of all kind! of Co.l, to you Bet""" yard mid was noon joined by tho old as ou want at the loweit poulble price for CaB woman who was keeping liouso all -- d K",road alone In anfiwer to my question if her hiiHband was away nho answered : "Uo ar', Btranger. Old Zeko 1ms bin dead 'bout a y'ar. Terhnckor killed him." And fiho pulled away on her old corncob pipe DEALKR IN "Smoked or chewed himself to death, eh?" " Ves; Zcko's last year on this airth GROCERIES, HARDWARE, was Hpont smokin liko a Htenm injino. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE Lio alius ustcr bo a decent smoker until a now brand o' terbocker cum this way, GLASSWARE, &c. with littlo Flips o' paper in 'cm, ami then ho smoked hisself crazy." "Oh, you mean prizo coujions camo U10 Good Goods at tho Lowest Prices. in " packages, don't you?" they called 'cm. Yep kowponn Fur 00 kowpons you got a bedstid, fur 78 rt ha'r mattress, fur 100 a watch, Bo Suro to Givo Hiin a Gall. and 300 kowpons got you a sliotgun. It jest druv tho old man wild when ho Loerd about it and ho started in to wiu COAL R:a jc.'mBSC I It 1'oa.lblo to Vttcclnate Acnlnat Both TIifko l'laguea. There is a largo class of blood diseases lf animals which aro much confused in tho minds not only of tho people, but of I -- THE- J. K. VanArsdalo, scientific men as well. Tho most common of thepo disoases and most to bo dreaded nrc tho two known as anthrax and blackleg. They aro both blood diseases, but they aro not tho same. Both nro caused I y minute organisms getting into tho IiIlkxI, but the organisms aro distinct. In rao of anthrax spherical and fltaffhko bacilli nro found in tho blood. In case of blackleg tho microbo is plainly an animal organism. Tho main points for live stock men to know, however, aro tho symptoms attending tho two fatnl diseases and euro for them, if thero is any. To begin with anthrax, nt least tho forms of it best known iu this country. Ouo form is called also splenic fever and attacks hogs, horses, mules, goats, sheep, cattlo and poultry. In some casos State College of Kentucky Opens September 10, 1896. Instruction is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Classics, Csormal School Work and in three ScientiGc Courses oi Study, viz: Chemical, Biologfcal and Mathematical. County appointees receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights free. County appointees who remain ten consecutive months or ono year also receive traveling expenses. Hoard in Dormitory S2 25 per week; in private families $2 to f 4. For catalogues and other information, address JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph. D., LL. P., President, Lexington. Ky. The Record of the Past Is the Best Guarantee for the Future. Superior Plumbing ! Ilf workman of HE A 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water OloBots, Wator Pipes, Frost-Proo- f Por-colainiB- Tubs A ir..cUlty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE. Cllt edC reference to and out ol the State, Aik jour Daavllla friend, about my work. T. F. CLARKE, Cltmcot Home Building, Dinvllle, Ky. NOBIi DEALERS Nar In & SON, olo Zeko emoked nnd smoketl and puffed tuid puffed and got thinner 'n a shudder, and ho was on his lust lega when ho got tliem 78 kowpons." "And thcu ho dtodf" "Nopd; ho might hnvo roklvered if ho'd been satisfied with tho ha'r but when ho got that far nothin would satisfy him but a watch. Hew ho did hanker for a watch Waal, ho uenrly busted his bock drawiil on his pipo and ho finally got 'nun kowpons fur tho watch, and wus goin over to git it when lio happened to think of tho shotgun nnd was dutanuiucd to havo it." "Aud that did tho business for mat-tress, that bodstldor bust" "And did ho win it?" I naked. "Ho could 'u' had it if ho'd bin satin-flebut when ho got that fur ho was jost dyin fur a ha'r mattress. Waal, EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE S0CIETY0FTHE UNITED STATES; ISO BROADVAY, Dootle. Pupa. Tho figure on tho left renroaenU tho fall microbo; that on tho right, tho worm an DLACRLEO DAC1LLCS. 2fK-- YORK. DURING the past accumulated, in years the Equitable Societv has the transaction of its business, Total Assets of over Thirty-six t la hatchod.) I ouo-thir- IN COAL, Com and Ilajr taken Railroad Crotiine, Kaitof Dtpct, STANFORD. KY. Good, Cltao, Cheap cichange. Come and tea ut. ...... CALL ON F. G. BRADY, STANFORD. KY., Pocket Key Cbeclttby Mall for only ij Centi. For Baggage and Kejr Check., MmI Check, of all klndi, lladcM, Dec Liccaia Checka. Key Metal and Hint. Chain., Ac Mamplng on Klmoia'i gen ral repairing. ShopovvrM. I) lion, S4 HUaford, Ky. tho olo mail's hoggishncss killed him stone dead. Ho was most thar and had only two moro kowpons to git when ho jet-- t fell over, gavo a kick or two and his troubles war ended. Shuck his hide, but when I think of tho ha'r mattress or bedstid I might hev now only fur old Zcko's onery sotneM, it makes mo madder 'u blazes and I don't tako a bit of comfort in einokiu anybody's tcrbackcr!" Truth. him?" "Yep; ployed. Another IJe Nailed. Hill Haw was an nwkwnrd, ungainly young man whoto lifo was spent on a Kansas farm. Ho livid near tho littlo station of Hackney, aud on ono occasion camo from a neurby town on tho train. toward tho It dashed at Co., high rato up speed. Tho platform triedu tyigiuocr of to apply tho airbrakes to stop tho train, Ky. but tliey refused to work. Do whistled for tho hand brakes, aud tho brakomon fcSTFAIR and tho conductor begun twisting them as if their lives depended ou stopping W want to give tho.. who oe ui fair warning that wc ihalt give them two wecki mote to settle. tho train. . . Ml, Dill saw that something wan tho mat y wllfc ... , Bn.l If lkw it MW. VVM. ..H In . . Jm , II. t w... lime, we inaliput their account, in the handt of ter, and ho concluded that ho was tho i .v ukkkk. aaowecr. MUisnu.-'causo of It. Tho train was past tho stauoc Din tion, uud ho feared ho would bo taken CAIKOLL nAiLav. past his home. Standing on tho lower platform, ho gavo a wild leap off tho St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, WARNING,'. MW U 1. II k M SIMM BAZXJ&7 & DRYE, Proprietora Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. Honei handled under Saddle and in Harnett, and prepared tor talc. Plrit.cltti roaditert and saddler, bought and told on coaimluion. Good half mile trtca and bott atablct In the country. S Cooke's In describing Bill's desceut afterward tho postmaster at Hackney, who had seen. Dill's flight through the air, eaid: "I thought foina ono had thrown a Bad- dlo off tho traiu. Dill rolled off all in a bunch. When tho dust settled down, Dill emerged from tho confusion with his clothes nearly torn off hiiu, his face and bauds skinned and anuppcarancoof ter ror on his face Ho actually turned over eight times after ho jumped before ho had listened to tho nurration. "I novcr turned over eight times. I only turned over flvo times. I ought, to toiow. I counted 'cm." Now York Sunday World. A Far.crliig lluteher. Lawyer (to butcher) Seo here, now, I've traded with you for flvo or six years, and you havo novcr employed mo once. train. Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and " Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it &-- Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. stopped." "That is a lio!" exclaimed Bill, who Dutcher I know, but if I had you I shouldn't hnvo had any monoy to carry on my own business with; thou whero would you bo when you wanted a butcher? Boston Transcript. cm-ploy- Tlio Laugh Saved Tronblc. jokes?" "If I did not laugh, ho would think I did not understand tho jokes and would try to explain them." Truth. Tho to Uaeful Ilrothers. "Why do you laugh at his stalo " F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE! YEARS FOR Has lod all . 20 WORM Romodiofl. 'EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.1 SOT.U MV T.I. DKVGOISTH, Frrparrtl br niciuunso jmuiK eo., 8T. tons. iXaHXJHSaVNflaTNeWfll At tho recent royal show of livo stock in England many choice pedigreed 'i cattlo wero sold. Forty of tho best specimens wont to foreign breeders, mainly inlSouth America and Franco. A British agricultural writer complains of this nnd nays tho British breeder who sold theso flno cattlo is killing tho gooso that lays the golden egg, since in n fow years Argentina and Franco will havo as good beef cattlo as England horself produced ut fnr less cost. Thut is ono way to look at it Cattlo sold in England at tho royal show went very high. Colt, a bull belonging to tho Princo of Wales, was sold and netted his royal highness gold. Albert Edward does very well It is said that two species of uativo birds are becoming quite rare in South with his agriculturo ou tho whole. Tho farmers of Great Britain last Carolina the showy tvdbird and thj mocking bird. The threatened exter- year reared and. marketed $00,000,000 Tommy 1 thoughtyou couldn't talk, mination of these birds is haid to bo duo worth of lambs. It is truo that sheep to tho demand for them in tho north, ilesh is moro popular in England than Mr. Stuyla'to? it is in America; still our farmers ought Mr. Staylate What niudo you think nnd iu tho case of the redbird tho of the English sparrow is tt to mako much moro out of tho lamb ro, Tommy? Tommy Well, sister Bays she's been blame. Tho mocking bird, however, is raising industry than they da At the Essex show iu England tho waiting all tho winter for you to Bay nuito capable of holdiiic its own atminst tho pugnacious foreiguer. ' Shire horses wero tho finest exhibited. oinetliing. Pick Mo Up. lln hh 'w Duly has 48 per cent illiterato peoplo; Franco and Belgium about 18 per runt In Hungary the illiterates number 43 percent; in Austria, 89 per cent, ami in Irelimd, 21 percent. In India only 11,000.000 out of 280,000,000 can read and write. War horses wcro not shod in any way in early days, for Alexander is said to have marched until the feet of tho horses wen broken, whilo in another expedition of ancient days tho "cavalry tho hoofs of the was left behind horses were in bad condition. " It is not generally known that when a person falls into tho wator u common felt hat muy bo mado uso of as a lifo preserver, uud by placing tho hat upon tho water, rim down, with tho arm round it, pressing it slightly to the breast, it will bear n man up for hours. In tho ninth century they began to shoo horses but, strange to say, only in timn of frost King William I introduced horseshoiug into England, and sir horscshoors are on tho coat of arms of tho man to whom William gavo vast estates for caring for his horses iu this way. Most Mongolian beauties do not know what a feather pillow means, and tho Japancso pillow consists of a lump of wood nbout tho slzo of n loaf of bread, with a pieoo of soft paper tied or the top of it, so that it will just fit into Yum Yum's neck and prop her head off . tho floor. Tho purplo shoes of tho high priest marked tho highest degreo of power; tho closed shoo (black) was iuvoguo among tho men of tho upper classes. Tho women pushed tho Jovo of luxury to oxtrremes; they ornamented their Bhocs with crescents of gold and perfumed tho insido with myrrh and incense. Donegal, old numo Tyrconnoll, tho land of tho Ciuel Couuill, or O'Dou-noil'- s country, recoived tho numo of Donegal from Per rot. Tho uamo tho fortress of tho foreigners, arose through a fort erected hero by tho Norsemen. Tho O'Cullaghers, O'Doher-ty- s and McSwineys wero powerful ohms. Welsh children cnll "enppan cyrui-cyll- " tho horuliko cap, mado of rushes tied at top and twisted into a band at bottom. Iu Scotland tho children also mako rush caps of the samo shape. Among Scottish Highlanders of tho present day wo And caps which most prob-oblresemblo thoso woru in early times by tho peoplo of at least tho northern part of Britain. Tho industrial exposition of Borlin, which will bo opened in 1890, is rapidly nssuming slmpo. Nearly all tho buildings aro uuder roof, nnd tho workmen aro now busy with tho interior nnd exterior decorntious. Tho mniu building of tho exiH)sitiou is enormous. It has a front of 070 feet, whilo its depth is 000 feet. Tho floor spaco of this gigantic building is 501,800 rquaro foot Tho khedivo of Egypt possesses tho only complete toilet service in tho world. It was made iu Loudon and consists of 28 pieces, each bearing tho kliedivo's monogram iu diamonds, which is surrounded by a fillet in imitation of that of the Grand Turk. In tho decoration of these costly articles more than 3,000 diamonds nnd 1,200 rubies were used. The body of each piece is 18 carat Dun-ua-Gal- l, y an animal stricken with it suddenly falls over in a fit Blood flows from its mouth or somo of tho other openings of tho body aud that animal is doad iu a few minutes, though it was apparently in perfect health before. In moro prolonged cases thoro aro premonitory symptoms. Tho animal seems weak and suffering. It hangs its head, bloody or brownish spots appear nrouud its mouth, tonguo or parts of tho body where tho hair is naturally scant Iu thoso cases, too, tho animal ejects blood from some of tho natural openings. In from six hours to tlireo days death comes. Iu tho cases when tho body is opened it is found that tho spleen is greatly enlarged and has frequently burst. Tho internal organs generally aro affected. Yet another form of tho diseaso appears as boils, sorea and malignant swellings over tho animal's body. Thcso suppurate, and gun- grcno and death follow, as before. Ninety per cont of nnimnls stricken with anthrax die. Tho spots and swellings nro purplish black, somotimos brown and yellow. Tho animal's veins and arteries seem to burst aud let tho blood run out through tho flesh and under tho skin. At times tho plaguo affects one of tho animal's limbs. It is thou known as blackleg. Tho organism that causes tho blackleg and tho external boils nnd sores is shown hero mauy times magnified : Tho anthrax diseases aro found to spread most rapidly in low und marshy grounds and districts whero malaria prevails. Tho sickness is moro apt to appear in hot weather. All this class of diseases is deadly poisonous and infectious. When an animal dies of any of its forms, tho body must bo burned or eaten up with limo or caustic. Tho premises must bo thoroughly disinfected. Iu open fields aud pastures tho secretions and blood of tho disoascd auimal will convoy tho infection. Theso must bo carefully removed. Now wo como to prevention. Undoubtedly tho best is vaccination on the principle applied by Pasteur. Blackleg appears naturally iu America. Tho other forms como to us from Europe. Tho noted foot and month diseaso is n form of anthrax. Thcro aro two kinds of vaccino prepared respectively for tho internal anthrax aud for blackleg. They aro applied by hypodermic injection. Tho best way to securo a herd of cattlo is to go through and vaccinate them all. Thero aro depots iu this country whero tho vaccino can bo obtained, and its expeuso is not so great In neighborhoods whero thero is dauger of infection tlip livo stock man could not do bettor than to havo all his animals vac cinated. Any mnn who is handy with his fingers can jwrform tho operation, as directions go with tho vaccino lymph. cents is given Six dollars and twonty-fivas tho cost of Huflioient lymph to iuocu-lat- o 26 animals. In mast places good veterinarians may bo secured to perform tho vaccination. o $201,000,000, Out of which it now holds, for the benefit of its Surplus Funds or Profits, amounting to over Policy-Holde- rs, Total $40,000,000, Which exceeds the sum of the Surplus Funds which have been accumulated, and are now held, by any other Life Assurance Company by over $13,000,000. DURING the past Ten Years the Equitable Societv has made Total Surplus Earnings of over $46,000,000, Which have been larger than those of anv nthcr rnmnam-- nnH bac after paying Dividends to Policy - Holders, accumulated during the same perioa, a lotai surplus ior its roncy-riolde- rs, amounting, to over $27,000,000, ance Company in the same time by over Which exceeds the Surplus accumulated by any other Life Assur- $6,000,000. 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Tremendous cheering by tho supportors of tho reform claue, 2:22 The chairman hns just ordorod tho polico to open flro on tho galleries. 2:23 Genoral Spiclmoro suggests that whilo tho polico aro killing off tho peoplo in tho gallery ho bo allowed to mako n sixx'clu 2:23 There aro now 408 delegates demanding tho right to make speeches. 2:24 General Spiolmoro has just dodged n chair. 2:25 Ansai Grecnleaf of Pennsylvania reaches tho platform. 2:20 "When Grcenleaf of Pennsylvania was thrown from tho platform ho landed on top of Smiley Hopkins of Kentucky. Hopkins is now making a speech. 2:27 Hopkins is sitting on top of another delegate in tho middlo nislo. Great enthusiasm. Impossible to get namo of dolegato underneath Hopkins. 2:28 Continued disorder. Band is playiug "Comrades." 2 :20 Man jumps from gallery and alights on top of Alteruato Wood of Wyoming. 2 :30 Dolegato Wildmnn of Missouri has just set flro to tho convention hall. Ho is now making a speech. s. THE GENUINE RAZORBACK. STAGE GLINTS. AN ELECTION NOTICE. ' Stanford, Kv., llo Is I Iw nod Hoe Unto and Vory Qnmr, m Himself Hilda Spoug, the Australian actress, is on her way to London. , "Trilby" is reported to havo clonred over i? 15, 000 iueixwccksnt Melbourne, Sir Henry Irving begins rohoarsing "Cymbeliue" nt tho London Lyceum in a fortnight. Adrieuuo Dnirolles hns been cngnged by Daniel Frolimnu for his production of "Les Deux G esses, " r Zelio de LuMtm wn tho star nt a reception givou in Loudon by Henry Lnbotichore. V. S. IIrt is bpeolally engaged for tho lending heroic pnrt in tho coming production of "Tho Grout Nurthwist." Harry Shannon has uloeed a contract witli Lillian Mortimer and will Mar hor next season in a repertory of his own plays. Wihoa Barrett, it is whispered in LjihIhi, has forhomo time been married to Maud JifTreys, but the matter has been kept u secret. A uniquo play is reported it big Jilt in Siatn. Qawn Viotoria in tho heroine, who goes to war with the king of Slum, and, being vanquished, eventually marries him. Beorbohm Tree's next American tour, beginning iu tho nutumn, will be of 12 weeks' duration and will include only four citios, Now York, Boston, nnd Philadelphia. Ono advertiser in nn English dramatic paper wants "a colored man ; must bo tall and of dark complexion," nnd another seeks to introduce n now song which "must bo sung iu pautomimo. " enter-tr.ineWnsh-ingto- u Notice U given that an election will be held 00 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. FROM No. 2. FAMOUS OLD HORSES. Campaign Edition. THE ARENA. "Tj.XH.VJI i rjn ' Lady Suffolk, I First of tlio Army of Great Trotters. Forty-nin- o "1 ri -k isSE 1 fAJ Ur-w- . i. . rv--y 4.lSX7 I tonislied tho horso raciug world by trot-- i ting nmilo iu 2:20. It was tho first timo a horso had bosu known to trot a milo in less than 2 :30. Now, as Mr. Hamilton Bnsboy mentioned lately in ... T.. ... ...'.. n Qnrilini.'i !..., 4I1U 1S Oil WVAJVUVA a .LU4tU4.1iJV iJIUAU illtUll jenrs ngo n gray ranro as-- I v?fXV4a.V-.55- vVjvT7? -- r .. .SjS8si : j LADT SUFFOLK. Undo Sam's Crown of Thorns. ing brow ot labor this crown of ihorns." WlLUAM JEJJNINOS BRTAN. Chicago, July 9, 18y& of All voters should rcail tho Campaign Edition Tho Arena, which began with tho Juno lsauo and runs to November (0 months), price, Send your subscription to Business this paper. " I will not Md to press down upon the bleed- ONE DOLLAR. Office-- of WANTED men and women at onco. a week easily mnilo taking orders for tho paign Edition of tho Arena. Secure your territory at once, address 23.00 Cam- ARENA PDBUSIIISO COMl'AKT. Boston, Mass. WHATI The Great Enquirer ONLY horses than can mako their milo in less than 2:30. It is qnito possible that tho improvements in sulkies, tho pneuinatio tiro and other modern appurtenances havo quito ns much to do with increasing tho 6pced of trotting horses ns improvement iu trotting horses themselves. The picture is from a quaint old lithograph illustrating Mr. Busboy's sketch Trotting under saddlo in Scribncr's. was much moro common half a century afo than it is now and Lady Suffolk's best timo, 2:26, was made under tho saddlo when tho Lady was 10 years old. Sho was foaled in 1833. Lndy Suffolk was from Messenger blood on both sides. Alix, tho littlo maro that mado her milo in 2:03i when sho was only 0 years old, is also a descendant on both sides from tho famous old imported Messenger. Through her dam Alix's blood descends from Rysdyk's Hamblo-toiiina picture of which horso is hero given. Hambletonian, tho noted old trotting sire, was n powerful horse, 15 hands high. Goldsmith Maid was another of Hambletonian's descendants. Spirit, dash and determination, as well as health and vigor, nover showed moro plainly than in this old horse. Thcro is something that reminds ono of Job's n, Enjoyable. Long taurant with Freeman today. I saw you going into a res- Did you enjoy your dinner? Short Don't know when I havo enjoyed anything more. Long What was there good about it? Short Why, Freeman paid for it Boston Courier. Sure SIffn. 50 Littlo Ethel Your sister is engaged, isn't uho? Playmate Who says so? Littlo Ethel Nobody. Playmate Then how do you know? Littlo Ethol When the postman rings, sho goes to tho door herself. Pick Mo Up. Ftvee. CTS. A YEAR? YES! And any one sending two yearly subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a With a deft movement tho savago damsel removed her noso ring and substituted for it tho pneumatic tiro the waves had cast ashore. "Talk," sho exclaimed, "about your bicyclo face! Say!" Detroit Tribune. HTSDYK'S HAMDLETOXIAS. Free Copy One Year. An paper and 9 long col umns to a page, makes it the ge Largest in Size ! Cheapest in Price! a monument marks his gravo at Chester, N. Y. Well ho might havo a monument. Ho earned it. litof him. Ho earned for his owner in fees tlo parties, Mrs. Scherraerhorn. Aro you $205,750 during his career ns a stock horso. "When ho died, nt tho ago of nearly husbanding your timo here?" "No, but I'm husbanding my threo 27, in 1870, he was decently buried and war horso in tho outlino and expression a Seaside Plaza. " You do not join us in any of our On daughters. " Town Topics. Utd Stock I'olntn. Always Most Reliable for Facts, Tho western rango horso is put forTruth and Markets. ward as ono that will mako a perfect A Mark Tapley. Tourist (who has falleu down a precipice) Ah, woll! I shall now havo a bit of peace, at any rate. It will tako my wife four hours nt tho very least to get down hero. Der Floh. 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At nn auction salo of carriago horses in Now York lately a pair of geldings, half bred French coachers, brought $1,500. Tho best pairs of carriago horses from American trotting stock were nowhero besido these What our American nabobs want is not speed or even strength in a carriago horso so much as what they call style. It is certain that tho American horso breeder must import French und German coach horso blood to meet tho thut has sprung up for tho heavy carriage horso. Tho horso wanted is ono that will hold his head up and lift his knees to his chin and bo of good sizo and showy looking. There is no accounting for rnnt pigs. Tho best thing to do with them if feed is scarce is to kill them. If they oro healthy, they may bo permitted in eomo cases to live long enough to mako roast sucking pig for a family dinner. It is now certain that animals may bo vaccinated against anthrax and black leg and that tho virus will "tako" just as effectually as smallpox virus will in human boings. Wheu calves aro 0 months old tlioy may bo safely vaccinated, nudnll cattle, horbes, phcop, goats and mules may bo vaccinated at any ago. Iu hcgious where tho summers aro hot aud dry aud tho soil malarial it is advisable to vaccinato every year. Mr. Harold Sorby, who has charge of the Pasteur vaccination lymphs in this country, writes to Tho Rural Now Yorker that anthrax and black leg in cattlo aro diseases of tho blood caused by disease germs getting iuto their food. They differ from Texas fever in that they aro communicated internally, whilo Texas fever is communicated externally. Black leg usually breaks out iu tho full and is an American disease, whilo anthrax is imported. It is tho cattlo plagno of Europe. Tho Dorset Horn ram makes a highly prized cross with tho common American nativo sheep. do-ma- In the Suburbs. "Aro you living in tho suburbs?" "Well, you can hardly call it that." "Hardly in tho suburbs, oh?" "Oh, no, not that. Hardly living." Detroit Tribune Pure Fiction. Maud Why did you call mo Alico when you proposed to mo, Alfred? Did you ever know a girl by that name? Alfred Only in a novel, dear. Freo Press. Do-tro- it All the Samo. Jack! Do you know, Mr. Gibson punctuated his tyro yesterday? She Oh, Hc Sho stop. You mean punctured, my doar. Well, anyway, hocamoto a full Sketch. Movement. Tribune, "Real estate is protty near Btagnant during a political campaign, isn't it?" "Yes, and this year especially. There is no mud slinging this year. " Detroit His Companion. "Last night I took a long stroll with tho ono I lovo best in all tho world. " "I should, think you would got tired of walking by yourself. " Detroit Freo Press. , Chance For a Host. Collector This account must bo settled, Mr. Shorts. It has been running a long time, "Well, let it stand awhile, "Truth. In the Butcher's Shop. Lady I want a small sized pig. Butcher Just a minute, I'm a little busy now; I'll call my sou. Adand Freeman. Tho Pitcher's Bride. Sbo envies not tho rich man's wife Sbo tinviea not tho horolnoj Of poetry or story; Sbo pltioa these and all her m Ah, Hushed with Joy und prldo, Sho hears tho whisper go nround, Paradoxical though it may seem, tho genuino razorback of Louisiana and Arknnsas is a thoroughbred nniranl, benring tho samo relation to tho Btato fair porkers as tho Kentucky rnco horso bears to tho Norman draft. Eaoh is n distinct species of tho samo great fam- j ily, and has only ono characteristic in common both aro hogs, nnd when that is said all comparisons cease. Tosed tho wild hog iu his native I homo it is necessary to penotrato into l.n mu ,lnl.n i .1... -- I.. KWUIIl)?, Heroin- nit' mu ui'iiwia panied by a guido and several traiiiud hog dogs. It was my fortune to go on such nn expedition into tho Ouachita lottoms with a party of hog owners, who undertook tho trip for tho pnrpoo of estimating tho increase for tho year. Two largo dogs of a breed known only in hog districts were taken along to locato tho giuno nnd bring it to bay. Soon after entering tho timber wo heard a roar ns if half a dozen lions were holding a powwow. Tim noarer wo approached tho more omphntio wcro tho remarks of tiio hogs. Suddenly out sprang ntlog from tho confines of a thicket, nod, closo nt his heels, n huge bonr with long whito tusks. Foam dripped from his mouth, nnd tho red glnro of his eyes wus terrible. After him rushed tho entire "bunch," followed nt n safo distauco by tho other dog. When moro open ground was reached, tho lead dog ended tho chiuso by turning suddenly, nnd, with tho help of his mate, bringing tho hogs n second timo to bay. This feat was accomplished by running soveral times nround tho bunch, each dog keeping on opposite sides nnd nt n safe distance from tho dangerous game. Tho adults threw themselves into a solid phalanx about tho young, and, with bonds out, presented nformidnblo nrray. Woo bo unto man or beast that approaches too near tho ranks of theso brutes whou standing nt bay. They know their strength, nnd nothing can resist their charge, A blow from ono of those tusks cuts liko a knife, n,s many an inexperienced pup learns to his sorrow. On rare occasions oven nn old dog is caught unaware and ripped from end to end. In tho ranks of that indignant assembly were tho tallest nnd thinnest specimens of tho razor trilw I havo over Feon. Tho body of tho mast prominent boar was at least 0 inches wide nnd 20 incites deep, with 10 inches of daylight undor-ncntExtending from end to end was nn unbroken lino of standing bristles that were longest on tho witiiors aud hips. It was decided to pen this bunch, and, in obedieuco to a wavo of tho hand from his master, tho lead dog ran as oloso ns ho dared to tho death line, nnd then started at full speed in tho direction indicated, wijli tho hogs in pursuit, and tho second dog brought up tho rear. A short distance nway was a stout pen built with wings running out from the bars. In fled tho lead dog, and before tho hogs had timo to realizo tho situation they wcro prisoners aud tho individual whoso hido they so earnestly had leaped tho fonce. When it becomes necessary to catch ono of theso savago animals n largo dog, kept for tho purpose, is turned loose. Sometimes ho i:s only n common cur, but oftener tho result of n cross with tho bulldog or bloodhound. At nil events ho must Ixj strong, activo nnd know when to catch nnd how to let go, else his career will not bo long. My friends informed mo that onco a year nil pomms owning hogs iu the woods iippcmt a timo und mako a drive, for tho double purpoeo of marking the pigs aud tckctiug tho fattest candidates for tho nuntial hog killing. It seems, however, that iu some districts tho hoge roam unmarked through tho great woods too wild to bo handled. Landowners living near such ranges obtain a right from tho parish to limit them through tho fall aud winter months, when they are shot down liko other wild gnmo. Any man found on tho ranges killing hogs without a permit is arrested und prosecuted as a common thief. Somo of tho colors to bo found among these animals would surpriso many northern stock growers. There nro several shades of blue, ranging from n lendeu huo to a light nzuro. Then there nro solid tans, nnd tana with dashes of black or white. Somo aro of a solid cow red, and 6omo aro cow red with a broad belt of whito nbout tho middle. Othors ngmn oro nrrayed in shades varying from a dull yellow to an up country mudholo color. Brindles aro numerous and blacks nro rare, Tho razorback is never so happy as when tho nut season opens; for ho knows that n summer's hard rooting is o'er, and that ho may begin n period of easo and luxury, with nothing to do but eat, sleep and keep somo other bog from infringing on his claim. Two months of such feed and tho razorback ia just a littlo wider, a deal heavier, and his ribs aro packed with layers of fat against tho coming of winter. Then it is that ono of theso swino is in his best spirits, and can leap u four foot log and click his hoofs twico whilo goiug over. ( I Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 1896, Atthemrular November Election, in Lincoln county. Ky. lor the nurpo,, of taking the legal and qualified voter, of laid county of the on the propoidlon wither or not to h.v Tree pikra and Hoidi In laid county of 1 Inr , I., ""I beheld In d anorder ot the Judge ol the Lincoln County Court, made aid entered at the Augu.t term of laid court, 184A which order Iain wordi and figurei, ai iW S-- W lewi,to-wlt- : Hegular Term Lincoln Couuty Court, htld Aub o, tloo, Hen. Geo. M. Uaviion, M. Cook and Lincoln county, ky., Ict a vote olhert.vot n cl upon the proposition to have) Free in laid county Tmnplket and Gravel Kcadt In taldcoitntji On notion ol Ihjiapplicanti' counicl herein, the application of J M UxA and other!, vo'era of Lincoln county. Ky., heretofore directed to, and reciived by the County Jiulne of the Lincoln Co. Oiutt, wat ml mined to the judge of tald court at thercKular Augut tetra Iheieol. and en the loth dayot Auguit, tS.and ll appearing to the tatit. fatten of the judged laid court that a written application ailing for a von upon th proportion to have Free Turnpikei and Gravel Unadi in n county, Ky , wat heretofore, On the 6th day ol Atiguii, 18, preientrd to and recclv tdbyialdjudir, and that laid written application wat tigned by a number ot vclertof laid Co. ot Unco n equal to 13 per cent.cf the vote the laitprecetdiog election held in laid ecatt at unt, which wt a general and regular election, and the petillonenmakinu tald application having paid nto court a 11 ftlcient amount ol money pay for the orderi. printing, adverUiin and all to other rec-- 1 .IX Ptntn connected with the election pray ",n,ow therefore ordered that an election H1?00'? county, Kentucky, at the seat e jrd day of Novew-i!htrfln 0 il5 !.Lf th8 J trvenlnr between entering thiiorderand the day of laid rig-iJ- ,. IO Uka the c I thi qualified v . ."i'i"' t!.V- - C?UI,ty Vpon lhe Proportion to have in the 111J Co. Vi?a G'vcl of Lincoln, ThomaiD. Newland. the ihetid D,rot ;- -. ccJn, It hereby directed to 11 In tald county ol 'Lincoln at the time heretofore dMlim.ted, for the purpoteol taking the "rite of .. r .. . ,i . ihe nuallned tiwprojioinlonaloreiaid. T. D. NEWLAND. 8 I. C. Lin-coit. Inthemaltetof J Judge I'rtildinjr. ,t fii'W .i'i"""? hl f. "de -- n ..... -- ITEMS OF INTEREST. An ordinary silk hat weighs only seven ounces. Iu Berlin no woman is allowed to rido on tho top of an omnibus. In England men of titlo who, for a consideration, allow thoir names to figSldcu ure in tho directory of stock companion nro called "guinea pigs." Tho Westmiustor Onzctto says that The New Ycrk Journal It the orly Metropolitan paper ladorting 2,300 of Spurgeon's sermons havo loen . printed nnd sold, nnd that the sum total of the sales reaches nearly 100,000,000, an avorago of about 35,000 copies per And It daily publiihe article! br the leading fi sermon. nanclera of thccountiy on both aldct of the uuo. Are You Afraid ? To Kcnd Rotli The Question? of - Bryan and Sewalif"Silver Versus Gold," try h. wrc, ulcert. salt rhtum, fever tore trlltr, chipped hndi, cbilbUlni.corni and all ikln eruption! xt pnMtlvrly curt pilet, or do pay rt puirtd. It it It It progrctilve, liberal and alwayt'eapouin thn luaranlcei to give perlcct tallifactioa or money cauieol the maaiea. Every broad minded man re fun.liM. Price 15 ccnti ptr boa For aU by should read It, whether Democrat or Republican. W II. McKobert dmcjlit. From a tetter written by Key. J. Guodermaa, of Uliaoudal, Mich., w are permitted 10 make Huckltn'a Arnica Balvo in the world for cut, bru'ittt Thr nit il Mnrvoloua Results. The New York Journal. ...... Daily In recommencOne Ccit Everywhere ing I)r Kmg New Diacoecry, aa the rrtulta Subicriptlon for One Month, including l ray wife were almoat marveloua in the cat Sunday o Cent I While 1 wat pattor of the tlaptlit church at kivct Si 00 Junction ibe wat brought down with pneumonia Two Montha and a Half .. mcceiding la E'ippe. Terrible paioiiiinarfcouch. Send Subictlpiloo to inr wonld last tor houra with little interralialon and it teemed a il the cu not aurvive them. A fiiend recommended Dr. Kirjtf'a New I)licorerir, It at quick is lltwork and highly tatU'actrry in rMultt1' Trial bottle! free at W. II Mcltoberta' Circulation Department, NEW YORK. Drug Stoic. Heular lift 30c and 1. 1 thli mracl "I hare m hctltition The New York Journal, do-sir- li a mroiclne lulled faran ieton, but perapa more generally nrnlid in the Spring when the Illiquid, eihaui'rd feeling prevail!, when the liver 11 torpid and i!ugiih a d the nerd of a tonic and alterative It felt A prom uie 01 thli medlcirc haaolien averted tone and perhapi fatal billoui fevtn. No medicine will ct moreiurtlr in countewcting and freeing the ilem fiom the malarial ponon. Headache, cooilipatlon, dlninni yield to Electric iti bltieri. Only sec per bottle at W. II. drug-- itore. E'ectrie Hltte-r1 Mc-obe- Eloctrlc Blttora. "Big Four" New Line Iftooen Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, be Cnlrago I um er ome, Iowa it tent a. me medicine back oci mother in the old country, that I know Irocn per loual uv to be the ben medicine in the world f r rtieu-atiihaving meU It In my family lor cv rral yeart II 11 called Chaubetlain't i'am Italia It alwaji doct the mk. For tale by Craig .V llo.ker, Stanterd, Kv. tyy. "I hate m Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. SUNT IT TO HlsMoniKR IN C.KKMANV Mr Jacub Kibvnicti, who (1 in the rmtloyo' Inaugurated May 24. !) Co., m tm jit TUB SCHEDL'LF, . Lve Cincinnati 900 a m. OtJP. M . m. Air. loledc. . J5p. m I )) a, m, . Arr. Detroit 5 45 p. 615 a.m. Through coachee and par'er ran ondaytralm. Through coachea, Wagner Hleeplng Cart Cincinnati to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night traiiit Mr. Hud lrn H f. MuKonne), who troitli AS (iOUl AHOUIt NEW YORK LINE, AS OOD AS ttlk CIIICAOO LINK, wr re divorced fivo years ago, wo 0 AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINE. Iluj vour tlcke'e thronrh via "Ulg Four," lunt week, iu ChnUanoryn. For lull information call on agentt er addreit A woman hns just been caught up K. O. McCOKMACK, D. II. MARTIN, Gen. Pati. A TkL Agt, Pait Trait c Mgr with in IVoriH, III, who line IS living husband. She vtbs jiiBt preparing to .IF YOU AKIOOINU...... wed tho 10th, when an c Ulcer stopped tnnbueiress with n wsrrant for bipamr. No acrvlce Keiwren Cincinnati, Toledo and De MM rtOHTKo'WlGST. .4, W a"'kklkaMMiMBMiBBWtaBeBMBlBka1laBnBW In a recent letter to the manufacturer!, Mr V licnjamln, editor ol the Spectator, Kuihloid.N. mav be a otcaiura to vou to know Y.iavl; "It the high eitcem in wh.ch CbambtrUln'i raedl- ctnei am held Dy the people of your o n btale, whete they muit be beat known An aunt of nine, who reiidea at Dexter, Iowa, wai about to vltit meafewycait tince, and beloie leaving houe wrolo me, atking If they were aald here, Mating Louiaviilt t. NatHViiic R. R. that if they were not the would bring a quantity with her, at ibe die! not like to be without ihein " The medicine! irlerred to aro Chamberlain'! la the line for you, at ita Cough Remedy, famoua for iti curet ol coldi and croup; Chamberlain'! l'aln Halm for rheumatitm, lame back, paini in the ilde and chert, and Cham berlain'a Colic, Cholera and DUtihoeu Remedy Mak;clo conntctloni at fur bowel complaints. Theie medicinct have been In conitant uie in Iowa for altnoit a quarter of a LOUISVILLE And OINOINNATI century. The people have learned that tbey are Tor all pointa. article! o great worth and merit, and untqualcd by any other. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. 1IAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOU For iale hy Craig & Hocker, Htanlord Ky. For any information tvqulrt of , From all account!, Cbambeiliin'i Cough Item, JOES.UICB.Artnt, edy it a Godtend to the afflicted. There li no ad Stanford, Ky vertliemtnt about thli: we luit feel like tavinz it. The Democrat, Carrollton, Ky. K yvtwmf Double Dally Trains R HOUSEKEEPING. If a woman it thctc it no mere healthful employment than homework. Generally ipeaking, there it no happier woman in the world. Hut how different when eyery breath it pain every atep it torture! Tt.lt itate ot health In nine caiea out nf ten comet from derangement! ol the delicate, feminine organ! of Hcntration. The family doctor inquire! firit concerning theae He mott utually intuu upon an ' examination,1' From thla the modctt woman naturally ibrinka. She ii right. Eacept In very unuiual caiei ol "female weakneia" examination! are not ncceaiary. Dr. Prerce'i Favorite Prcicription ii a ilmple, nat ural remedy tor then illi. It cure lately, permanently nt itempi to cover emt of mailing Stud at only and receive free a copy ol Dr. Pierce'a Medical Advlicr, Addreii, Worlil't Diipentary Medical Association, Ilulfato, N'. Y. in good health one-ce- Ky. Midland R'y, Only Diiect Lite Between Cincinnati and Frankfort and Shorten quicken between Frankfort, Geornotown and Parle. Oarlialo, Mayavillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Oovinjrton. 1 Younj; Sown. In all her bocIuI glory: "That's Pitcher Murphy's bridol" Who'll blnmo her? Who'll deny that she Has reason to bo proud Whilo in tho box great Murphy stands, Tho idol of tho orowd? Who'll blutr.o her if sho vainly tries Her triumph Hweet to hido When from tho bleachers conies the cry, "Thero's Pitcher Murphy's bridol" Soma women feel elated whou Their husbands rise, in llfo, Muko money, entor politics And win In public strlfo. But what are triumphs such as these When to them is denied The Joy of hearing thousands cry, "That's Pitcher Murphy's brldel" New York Sunday World. It is a good genoral rnlo not to breed before tho sow is 8 months old. There VHAINS EAST. No. 1. No j. No. 7, a. m. p. in. p. m. may bo conditions where it might bo Lve Kranklort A 6 35 4 oj 00 udvisablo to breed carlior. Tho ad" Hlkborn , 7c8 4 , " Stamping U round 7 a; 43; t 4s vantages of having tho sows of tho herd " Georyeown-U.- .. a 13 7 4s 43, o farrow ns nearly tho same timo as Arr, ;. . uopot a jo 7 50 3 00 Pari!., nro fo groat that wo would risk u......M s 30 3 35 4CO breeding somo of them under that ago TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. gentle hon, imtable TTOHD a. m. p. m. a. tn. rather than havo them farrow somo rUUrV Q A T T7 forAladiti and children to p, m! OALIj, C Parit 0 30 3 re 4 weeks later than tho majority of tho drive, and auney in good order. Alto one mil Lva C. a Depot 16 aa ' and " Georgetown U 1040 herd. There is no ono moro desirnblo of bed room furnitute M. an Hinmcraon Piano 5 Forte. Apply to Mra 6j34 J. Cclhna, Huilouvdle. " 6 i0 Stamp's Gro'd, 038 feature in a bunch of shotes und no fea" Klkhorn , 11 16 , ,i 711 A r Frankfort A... ture that impresses more favorably tho J it 30 715 buyer, be ho breeder or butcher, than an i SUNDAY TRAINS. oven, well kept bunch of pij,.s. If they Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. tn; arrive Frankfort aro fnrrowed the samo mouth and can All perioni deilriDg Locuit I'oiti for plank it 30 a. m. liave Frankfort 4 ai P. m. arrivn RAr,r..in- -n bo wenued nt nbout tho samo timo und fence, pott and railing or wne fence, can find what ther want at my ttoie near Cedar Creek, on 5J.P nrCaatal tiio sows all go oil to tho clover flold the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford IhoKeo ucky Midland Railway and conhec out of sight nnd hearing of tho pigs, tho I alio keep alwaya on hand a good lupply of plank tloni form the thortett and chetpeit rout to all All ot lumber -xui.u auu chances are tho pius will do bettor and for fencing. board 1kindt ahlnglei. for building alto and All pcnoni HFor further Informatioa applylien, to their agent. any article of this kind can call on me at iced moro evenly than if weaned nt difmy ttore near Cedar Creek. ferent periods. Exchange, G. W. t6,'ofi. aatf 1 pos-sibl- Aik for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Traini run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabid April io, t8j6. .r I I " ustotioie pur-poi- ... ----., f ! ng June SINGLETON. Frankfort Kv . i,zjz?.2..sn . wwi'.1 fim, ji.jxmju -- a i..i ,. ii l...nA.-..i.-r- ,i 1 1. ' - rr,iieai - i,m . ,. r r tintiiifiSui , J- - .i .it. i ', ni mrm- ' ""'" -- Tir li t L. &Mi-Wmi- Y Interior JouRitE Skit. 4, 1896 CITY AND VICINITY, Let Danks repair that watch. m TnR signal service hit it yesterday ternoon, a nice rain coming about af- o'clock. Hock- 3 bad been eent I Stanford, Kv., School clocks $1 each, Danks. Bargains In guns at Craig & or's. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. H. 0. Rui'LKY Is receiving tho handsomest line ol Fall and winter goods ever brought to Stanford. m Danks cells Sterling silver cheap. You nhonld take your prescriptions to PennyV drugstore wheru prompt and One dollar shirt waists for accurate sorvJco la gunrnntued. Shanks'. 35 SpOOEH Typewriting and stenography promptly done at this ollice, by Mies Callle Hor-toGivo her a chance. n. cents at & personal points. Mr. J. M. IlKMumcKd ia very low. Mns. John I. Jonss has nmlarlnl fo- Taiilbth and school supplies at Craig Hocker'a. - at Shanks'. Fancy luce collars at less than hall coat Mn. Dalton would like the custom ol his old patrons and all tho now ones who want anything in watch work, jewelry repairs, Ac. line of Ziigler shoes now at FiiKsit fish and oymors Saturday. John Shanks'. SWgler's shoes are the most Mil. A. 0. Kabti-asi- i wns In Louisville comfortable, most stylish, most durable II. Meier. this tvepk. and tho cheapest. Col. W. G. Wkix-i- went to Indlannp-oU- b HEADgUAHTKKa lor lino perfumes. Tiicudny. The youDg people enjoyed a hop at the Craig A Hosker. t Mu. L. M. Wkstkhkibli) lo down with Myers House Tuesday night to music mnlfltial fovur. Wanted. A good farm hand. Ap- - furnished by Silas Embry's orchestra. Mn. J. II. Uauoiijia.n went to LoxInR. ply at once. J. E Bruce. There wer more couples than could ton veatertlny. danco at ono time in tho dining room. New calicoes, percale, Ac, for echool Mies Jknnik Lackky, of Lnucantur, is dresses at Severance & Son. Caution. Since we use nothing but with MlsflSuaau Kout. select wheat, and guarantee every pound Mn. Kd Caiitxh, who has had a eoveto I ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Foh insurance ou your tobacco and to- of our flour, you should You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. insist on having hlllouB attack, Is out again. bacco barns see Jesse D. Wearen. Tom Stone sold to F. B Robinson a our goods. Some other mills are grind m Tiiko. Weslky, ol MiddlehurK, bunch ol fat hogs at 3c. hero on his wheel Fruit jars, jelly glasses, tin cans and ing smutty and muBty wheat. J. U. J. F, Cash sold to Lyon A Allen Baugbnian A Co. Miis. JosKi'itiNB Kvanb, ol Danvilli', '0 sealing wax at Warren & Shanks'. eome butcher stuiTat 2c. the Kucat ol Mr;. J. K. Karris. Danville is to have a young ladies' elJohn Jones Bold to Joseph Coffey a Wk con eavo you money on family, Mies Maiiy Lituoow arrived Wednea-da- y ocutionary contest, Sept. 18. MrB. small bunch of butcher stuff at 2c. ready mixed paints Craig AHocker. to visit Mits Janlo Feland. Daniels will give it and the prize John Wright bought 'in Casey and Mifs Katiiebixk Waddle, ol SomerThe Stanford Brass Band will make will be f 35 to first and a silver bracelet to Russell 22 butcher cattle at 2 to 2Jc. set, is with Mias Sue Wlllio Halo. music for the speaking at Crab Orchard tho second best performer. Open to all W. H. Murphy sold to John Embry, It is a Fact that the Largest and Best Stock of Mrs. J. 8, Uukdlkv returned with Saturday afternoon. Central Kentucky towns. of Jessamine, 10 cattle averaging 1,400 ' Mica Kiln Popo to Springfield pounds at 3.00. Prick reduced on woven wiro and oak The Noose in Sight. Not a word has Mrs. E. 0. Walliii, ol Lebanon JuncW. T. Tucker sold to J. O. Caldwell, slat fence, tho most economical fence in been heard from Gov. Bradley with reftion is tho Rtiost ol Mrs. Susan Harris. of Boyle, 18 cattle and 11 Wall Paper, Window Shades and Picture Frames are located at StanA- C. Sine. Mn. J. G. Frith, ol Hrodhoad, was tho tho market. erence the commutation of Anthony yearlings nt 3c. ford, midway between Louisville and Knoxville. The thousands of guest othiH slater, Mrs. Dr. W. U. O'Han-noAlcorr 'i and it begins to look G. O. Lyon, ol the West End, sold to The Bhowers prodicted for last even- like e sentence people who have traded in this money-savin" dread sentence of the law will Farris A Whitley, of Danville, 107 house will shout the', ing wero greatly needed as it was very Miss Sai.uk Hollsr, of Gravel Switch, belt tl ctedon him next Monday. tidings near and far that this is the place to buy goods at par. dry and exceedingly dusty. cattle at 4c. Fair and is the Kueatol her brother, Mr. p. N. A horse at Greensburg, Ind., accicooler A Bryan club of '21 members was orRoller. p ganized at Highland a few nights ago. D. dentally knocked over a hive of bees and John V. Ucjimi.nb is assisting his Lost. On tho HtiBtonville pikea bunwas Btuog to death. Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, brother, James F. Cummins, in the coun- dle containing a black cloth cape, a fur R. Adams is president, J. If. Cash,' sc. D. S. JohnBton. of tho West End, retary, and E. W. Hutchison, treasurer. ty clerk's oilico. &c, Stanford, Ky. capo aud other things. Finder will sold his big cattk-thiweek at 4c. They Mn. H C. DiiimiT and futility, ol Dan- please leave at this ollice and receive re- Mr. Hen Baugh, who is a member, says the number will be largely increased by coH him 4jc a year ago. ville, wero here yesterday returning from ward. A mule bolongin? to Lackey & Gul-le3" the next meeting. Crab Orchard Springs. n 2 p. too Lancaster liverymen, died of col "i Taxbh. Tho tax books aro ready and Mn. 6. 0. Lackby, ol Harrodabtirg, htn n rr Thk wordy war between Adams, of the ic hero Wednesday night. o 3 hh your tuxes are due Hnd unpaid. By Bubeen on a visit to hit) lather, Hon. G. A. 1 0 1 2. R'chmond Pantagraph, and Tipton, of Cuticline, a valuable racp horse be- ttling iit once you will save yourself both Lickny, and other relative. the Climax, has reached the stage where looping to w.x. Lrosswaite, ran Into a expense and trouble. T. I). Newland. MiesKS Honkywood Hi'ikman, ol Lanthe hitter warns the former that if he fence at Lexington and broke its neck. , sheriil. caster, and LoulBri Kinhry, of Louim-illeiisfs his name again ho will settle with J. M. Roberts, of Valloy Oak, writes nrogiifntn ol Mica Mary Klkin. Mn. Thou Dalton may be found here- him with n baso ball bat, alter making a that ho will be at Stanford court day with 3 rr 5 o. Mns. K1.UAH With Kim and grandafter at Penny's drug storo ready to at- dark and rcrious charge against his in- 25 good eteer calves and yearlings for rV g. :f & daughter, Mica Hazel Withers, of Cincin- tend to the wants of all who need his ser- tegrity. Bale. nati, are guests at the My era House. vices in repairing watches, clocks, JewEubanka Bros, bonght of Prewitt 50 Highland was enlivened by a fight 8 W Mias Hum ICulkhis will ABflht Prof elry, Ac L rr S U w w George M. Baker and stock ewes at S2.50. Took Hubble also Tuesday afternoon. rrl Dutry iu the Stanford Male and Fe3 F J. bought tho same number at the same Lee Cori-BY-, of Itockuastle, bought ol John Snrber, both republicans, quarrel male Academy which will begin Monprice. r Frank Holtzclaw the faun ol 20 acres ed over some family matters, when ' day, 2 X 3 -- M A Christian county farmer had 200 told Baker to g6t down off his hone Rdjolning tho lands of Mr. J. R. McClary, Miss Anni .McAustkuKvanp, ol Danacres ol growing tobacco that required 8 3 ville, la here under treatment ol Dr. Car- near Dix River, for 11,200 and will movo and il he wanted to fight. Baker started the services of 75 bands to keep it clean to do so when Surber hit him across the ia n guest of tho St. Asaph his family to it. penter and of worms. back with ashovol and injured him so Hotel. Thieves entered the pasture ol W. Z. 3 persons holding claims against badly n doctor had to be eeut for. There , All M Miss Annu Hrovauoii, of Crab OrK. Griffith near Cyuthiana and stole 73 Lincoln county will please file same on had been no arrests to last accounts. chard, came down yesterday to visit her or before Sept. "Oth, iSOrt. as no claims cattle, which they havo so far succeeded R g S 0) grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. 5 The L A N. has decided to proceed no in keeping concealed. can be filed after that date. James F. 1 Miss Nannie Vandeveer's Miss Emfurther with the arching of tunnel No. 0. Cummins, clerk. Mksdamkr Maky K. Dunn, of LouisThe unsettled state of the financial af ma ran second again at Newport this p j! EJ. 3 r--1 FiNnii. Decatur Crenshaw was fined fairs of the country, they claim, will not week. R. H. Bronaugh'a Kitty B. ran ville, and Joseph B. Hutlman, of Lex ington, are guests of their various relta il) in J ndgo (Arson's court for shooting admit of Improvements of any kind or fourth in another race the same day. era Q a, --i n . his pistol on tliu ntrcot. Jonas lVkin8 the expenditure of money that is not ac tiveuhero. Wa z bought ol Mrs. Phillips Louis ' Jkssk F. Cock, of this county, has caught a J5 fine for disorderly conduct tually necessary. Mr. E. W. Smith, ol somo butcher stud at 2c and of W. E. bought an interest In the store of I. 0 consisting of breaking windows and the this place, was the civil engineer in Anion some of same at samo price. He Hamsey at Monticello and will epond like. charge of the tunnel and bv the compa- also bought of W. O. Myers some hogs mot of his time there, Not a Candidate. Mayor J. N. Men ny's decision holoees his good job for the at 3c. a. Farris A Whitley bought n big lot ol Hon. J. S. Owi.ky, Sh., will take his ofeu HBks us to statu that the report that present. o O Hum old corn yesterday Irom H. A. Hud am, Micheal Luciue, to the Cumberland he is a candidate fur county judge is not That advertising pays, there is no son at 1. Farris A Whitley sold YesterUniversity at Lei anon, Tenn., to true. He lias never thought of making doubt, but there are isolated cases wheru So 1,400 pound catand will leave the race and would not accept the ollice it is not actually necefsary, as in this day to Simon Wuihl tle at 4c. Advocate. Miis. Fskiikll and Mrs. Mettle Daw; if it were tendered him. one. A year ago Mr. John Z. Spoona-morNational Committeeman Woodson son have moved to one ol Mrs. Woodio advertised eome stock in the Farm has received a telegram from Mr. Bryan The Bryan club of Lexington has Halo's houBfH and V. It. Dedman hnt written to the band hero asking its prire ers Bank and Trust Co. (or sale, but saying he would speak in Louisville toe moved to the houso vacated by them. to play for them when Mr. Bryan speaks when a purchaser came, he couldn't find evening of September 1 and at LexingMkSDAMKH J. K. l'OKTMAN, ol this Ho hunted in every ton the following afternoon. place, 1 W. Green, of McKinnoy, aud iu that city. It is possible that the club his certificates. nook and corner ho could think of and here will want Hie hand to accompany it In the presence of 8.000 spectators at Frank Iirinkley.nl Louisville, spent then put a notice in theso columns offer- Fleetwood Park, John R. Gentry defeatdays with Mrs. J. L. Hose at Shelby to Lexington on that day. ing a roward (or the valuable documert. ed Robert J., Frank Agan and Star PoinCity. Wm. Thusty, formerly of this county, There was no answer to this notice and ter in the fastest harness reea on record, Miss Ethyl Wiuuiit, tho nrcomplieh-o- d who perjured himself for Scott Jackson ho had begun to think there was little tho gallant little son of Ashland Wilkes With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed daughter of Mr. Ellis Wrght, of the in the Pdarl Bryan caa, was arrested at or no virtue in our advertising columns, stepping the first heat in 2:03 j, the secand Stubble. "West End, has been engaged by thotrus-tee- a Burgm Tuesday and taken to tne New- until a few days ago while going through ond in 2:03 and the third in 2:03. ol the public echool to at Hist Prof. port juil, wheru John Soard, who suborn- hia pockets ho found the certificate. Arthur Fox says there is a pumpE. L. Grtihbs. ed the perjury, was already languishing There's no telling how far ho had carried kin vino in the corn field of Mr. L, C. And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices Miib. M.O. Durnaidk tolls us that her in jail. the piece of paper or how many people Anderson, near town, that was planted nieces, Misses Bessio and Jennie Hum-eidbefore you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. John B. Thompson is full ol fight and he had accused of misplacing it during in one end of this 10 acre corn field and ol Garrard, wore thrown from their for it, hut like the old just lacks two feet of reaching tho fence buggy in a runaway aud tho latter wns confidence. He is not only absolutely his mad search woman who lost her specks, ho never on tho other end with 102 pumpkins, and euro ol bis'election, but says ho will have considerably hurt. thought of looking on his person for it. the leaves on this vine are as large as an Mr. A. II. Cunningham, one ol the 1,500 votes to spare. Ho has challenged Davison for joint debates, but that worordinary parasol and the stems are our clovorest representatives ol one of the MA TKIMONIAL MA TTERS. feet in length North Middletown Adthy puts ou his dignity and says ho will best paper houses in tho country The Taking the population of the world vance. & Woods Co., Cincinnati, was only notice him when ho ia mado his Ohatueld Estimates from reliable sources place over there are 100 women to every ICO the wheat crop in these States as followe: here Tuesday and look our order for sev- party's nominee. men. Minnesota 43,500,0000 bushels, North eral tonsol pnnpr. Thkiie will be a swell hop at Linnletta At Boston a man crushed his wife's Dakota 31.000.000 bushels and South Mn. James' W. Fox, of Big Stone Gap, Springs to night, to be followed by a cake to35,700,000 skull with an ax and then cut his own Dakota10,200,000 busbols, or a grand is was down Wednesday closing a contract Shoes that spot cash will buy and sell them at the Lowtal of 1 bushels. If the area walk that will eclipse anything of the with tho Cumberland Valley Land Co., kind ever seen in this section. A hand- throat. 1,300,000 acres larger than reported by est spot cash prices. See those pretty new Fall Mr. Colby Jenkins, Jr., and Miss No- tho government, the yield for the three Ho says to boro oil on its property. some prize worth contesting for will be ' ,. would be approximated at styles in Ladies' and Gentlemen's ra Stedman, of Bryantsville, were mar- States things are booming at the Gap, with 100 given. Go and spend an enjoyable ev- ried in Lexington Tuesday. bushels. coke ovens blazing in the vicinity. ening at that charming summer resort. Love sickness caused a young man There is lees cnpilliary substance veg- No pains will be spared in making this NEW ADVKRTISKMKNTH. and a girl to attempt suicide at Leavenmore abraided cuticle on tho etating and occasion the event of tho season. worth, Kan. Tho tnan ia dead and the aumrait of Mr. J. 8. Welte' cranium than A poiillon as clerk or to do A,AMrTI7r girl is dying. for a long time. Ho came In contact Thk foundation of a now Methodist YY A Pi 1 H U . any kind of work that is We have Shoes for everybody, all sizes, ages and 'condi 3S, was marhonorable ahd profitable. Am willing to work W.J. Saunders, only with the point of the basement door of church was laid at Highland Tuesday for a small salary until I prove myself fit lor the CUi time in Anderson county position. Recommendation tions, the storo the other day and liked to have Mr. Hendercou Baugh gave the lot of an ried the eWen il desired. J, Wednesday. Miss Mary McKinney is Aicx Stephenson, Stantord, Ky. 54 hole, into his head. driven a acre and Mr. J. H. Cash is to put the maMiss Susie Duncan, who has been vis- terial on the ground for 100. The build- tho unfortunate woman. John Dempsie, of Olarinda, la., fell iting her cousins, the Misaes "Warren, re- ing will cost in the neighborhood of f New Fall styles in Kid Gloves. Also a lot of slightly and will bo quite an ornament to the in love, the girl refused him and ho blew turned to Louisville Wednesday. There ia a report current that she is to marry village, besides filling a long felt want by out hia brains, which was the best thing As Executor of John M. Hall, deed., I will sell at damaged Gloves. $1 and $2 goods, at 50c per pair. Monpublic auction in front of the many more moons wax and wane. the denomination which has its erection he could have done for both of them. day, Sept. 11. it"9CJ, county court day, ft lot of Household of which Jefferson Hale, CO years old and three is in good aud Kitchen Furniture, most rjor. The lucky ono will be envied by mony in charge. W. A. HAIL, repair. timea a widower, wbb married yesterday young men here, for his good fortune. Phok. T. M. Goodkniqiit, secretary of to Mies Lena Berry, a pretty young lady Mn. Will S. Marshall, editor of The I We are making the lowest prices ever made in Stanford the Democratic Campaign Committee, of 24Btimmers, at her home near HighThree Links, an Odd FellowB paper, and hnJ aletter from John B.rhompson Bay- - land. on Cottons. tho Kentucky Craftsman, a Masonic lug that Honator J. 0. S. Blackburn In an Illinois town a young lady I desire to rent for the year iR)7 two adjoin Journal, was hero this week and Becured would be New Penangs and Percales in great variety. with him to speak here county reached Into her fiancee's pocket to get kiuii iuuui mnci uii oi moreunu, in Lina large number of subscribers for his coln acres and othcourt day, but later intelligence says that some candy and her finger caught on the er 160county, one containing no each farm the go acres. About 30 acres on to in He is a splendid solicitor and mada other arrangements make It impossible hammer of a revolver. The wound is corn and about 25 acres In each to go in small friends. He is a member of grain: balance in grass, lloth farms well watered. manv warm for the benator to ccme. Mr. Thompson fatal aud the young man is insane over Dwelling house ol 7 rooms on lao acre tract .ind 18 secret orders. also good tenant house. Dwelling house of four will have another speaker with him the mishap to hia sweetheart. rooms on 160 acre tract. Good barns and good outbuildings on both. They will be rented sepahowever, and the day will be given over BniNQ yonr ingravlng, watch repairbachelors of Jefferson rately or together, either. Twenty-fivto oratory. SstarecsssjrfaB-cjJ- J 54 county, 0., sent a committee to Gallon, J. M. CARTER, SR., Moreland, Ky. ing, Ac, to Dalton. d vor. Fall i Birien county, Mich., whence a report 13. out that there were in the village 21 handsome whbws, and the result of the visit war five weddings -forthwith and an announcement that more would follow. The engagement of Miss Lnia Archer, daughter of Mrs. Sarah M. Archer, ol Is Receiving his- Danville, and Mr Sherley Olore, a leading young busmeea man of Henderson, is announced. The wedding will take plsce in the early full. MIrb Archor is a ? very handsome and popular voung lady All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. and Danville society will miss her. -- The main building of tho Kentucky OUR STOCK OF Institute at Frankfort was destroyed bv fire Tuesday. The blaze originated in the tower and the water works preppure was insufficient to enable the fire department to reach tho fhmes. All of the 12.5 inmates were saved. The loss is about $75,000. with Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we oiTcr the insurance of $50,000 on all the buildings. residue Tho majority of the commissioners favor of tho institute, but the the governor wants It abolished. H. RUPLEY, & HPflE MERGHANT TAILOR -- wiMSMMEiMSM v i Feeble-minde- SUMMER GOODS AT UEm THAN W. P. TATE, - (CGgT Stanford. La-vin- io IT IS A FAOT. g Tiu-sda- m Furniture, Caskets, Coffins and Carpets, two-year-o- ld - n. 1,400-pou- nd to-da- m W. W. WITHERS, s y, k ?8? i w -- Sur-he- 1 b O ?S Ilio-naug- h. ogi 3 -j c :s"1 r te to-da- y. e 1 suv-or- al THE CIBB'S IMPERIAL FLOW, WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, e, B. K. WEAREN. We Buy the Best 125,-000,0- 00 I I SHOES. hon-es- t, 1,-0- 00 Public Sale, court-house KID CLOVES, bo-fo- re Cotton Goods. Two Farms For Rent. 1 pn-por- s. SEVERANCE & SON. e IU tmzz-- zi .& 1 .i.,.-. iL lf ( JTp- "Wfi O Semi-Week- ly ! COUNTY COMMIT- interiorJournhi. AT CLA YCO VNTYDEMOCRA TS, Emphatically Endow the Chicago Platform aud Recommend A. W. Baker for Congress, At a meeting of the democrats of GUy o on the countv held at the 29th of August In Manchester pursuant to a call of the committee of the 11th Congressional district for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the convention to be held at London on the 5th of September for the pnrposo of nominating a candidate for Congress in this, the 11th Congressional district, the regular chairman boing unable to attond, the convention was called to order by Hon. C. B Lyttlo, who explained the object and purpose of the meeting, and on motion of Robert Root, seconded by J. II Roncb, W. 0. Hansford was unanimously chesen permanent chairman and James H. Jefriep, secretary. Tho chair then appointed the following committee on resolutions: C. B. Lyttle, W. B. liana-forJames T. Price, Abram Steel, James Herd, Robert Root, J. S.M.Dickerson and James U. Jefries, who reported to tho convention the following resolutions: Resolved 1st. That wo approve the time and place for holding the convention to nominate a candidate for Congress in this district. 2. That we do most emphat'cally endorse the Chicago platform, and Wm. J. Bryan and Arthur Sewall for president and vice president of the United States of America, not from a partisan standpoint, but from principles and patriotic impulses found upon profound reasoning. 3. Thtt we recommend our A. W. Baker, to our sister of this, toe 11th Congressional counties district, for the nomination for Congress and assure to them that he is a brainy, onergetic young man, one in every way worthy and eminently qualified for said potitioD, who is now and has ever been a life long democrat and devoted to the cause for which he has given a life time devotion, reaping no reward for services he bas rendered except the plaudits, "Well done thou good aud faithful ser vant." That be is a lawyer of distinguished ability, fully competent to enact laws, and as a debater, the peer ot any in the land, and one whose integrity is unquestionable, and whose personal character is bo pure, so exalted, that the dust of calumny can not cling to it. That tho delegates from this county are directed to vote for him as a nriit, and to do all honorable thirgj to procure his nomination. We name as delegates to said convention to cast tho vote for this county the following: Bert Heneley, John Rogajd, Gilbert Garrard, Robert Root, W. B. Hansford, James Hood, Abram Steele, Peter Keith, Pearl White, James Miller, Isaac Chestnut, Edward Garrard, J. W. Roach, Jasen Bowlin, Wra. Beatty, W.T. HortoD, T. Y. Marcuui, Wm. Dezarn and all other good democrats of Clay county who attend said convention. The resolutions were adopted. On motion of 0. B. Lyttle, seconded by J. H. Jefries, the Mfddlesboro Herald and the Interior Journal were requested to publish thei e resolutions carried unanimouely. The meeting then adjourned sine die. court-uousd, fellow-countyma- Published Every Tuesday and Friday 00 PER YJCAB IN" ADVANCE 33.60 will be syWhen not .opaid chargedKH K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tralnsleave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and p.m., roluraingat 4:3pp. m., andoUop. m. 4:05 L.&N. No, t6. Ho. tj, Mo. t4, LOCAL TIME CARD. Train going North Uo.ts, " South . - - - --- . 3t3n uotpm 03 11 37P m pm QUEEN &CRESCENT. to ...0 00 a m and i and 0 and 10 run no fur- her than Junction City. All trains (top mere. .8 33 p m Trunt past Junction City at followi: No, t South .....13.07 pm No a North ...341pm 1 1.00 Am " 4 " " 3 ...1 oopm 6 ' 35 am 5 ...3.15 mm Nora. Not. 1 RPR P3f akP POWDER Absolutely Puro.1 f A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDERICO. New York. First Day of the World. When Rcology took np tho world's history in early Archronn dnys, of years had passed siuco tho molten rocks of tho sunllko oarth had formed from tho condensing uobuim. Tho cooling of tho oxterior had gone forwnrd with remarkablo slowness, but nt last it waa hard, solid rook. The thick heavy vapors had begun to nnd waters, hotnndnoid, covorod the world, or nt least its greater part. Over tho continental region tho son wns moro or less shallow, nnd tho breaking nnd grinding of tho ocenn'a bed laid tho nucleus for futnro land. A triangular island slowly appeared noovo rno waste or wators in what is now tho Hudson bay region. Thero appeared, too, a narrow strip which in centuries to como was to bo tho highland of tho Hudson. Thero was also a coast lino in the broad nroa covering tho Rockies. Small islands dotted tho great northern seas where Norway and Sweden now stand. As timo passed tho waters f' - vly cooler, nnd at Inst life, lowly life, appeared in somo structureless plants and aniiunls. A warm nnd equnblo olimato covered tho laud, nnd n clonded sky tempered tho rays or the sun, but tho rocks were yot bare, nnd no sounds filled tho nir save thoso of n lifeless nnd voiceless nature tho surging of tho waters nnd tho raging of tho tempest But n gradual chango was taking place. Tho seas adjoining theso primordial islands beenmo shallower; cornls and sen lilies filled tho bays; mollusks and crustaceans had begun, and for ages mollusk life reigned supremo in this embryo world. Lippin-cott'000,-000,0con-donso, DEMOCRATIC TEE MEETING. J. B. THOMPSON, NOTICE ! o Thero will be a meeting of tho demo- Patty. cratic county committee held in Stanford, Ky., on Monday, Sept. 14th, (counSAM V. ty court day), at 10 a. Si. EVory memIt Caodidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subth t?n I will take all trade hides t can get ber is urgently requested to bo present, ject to the action ol the democratic pa.ty. lor forcashorln ILlULiU.Stanford or at my home leather on court dtri at In hb business of vital importance will Chat. Knn.lm, Tanner ccmo before tho committee. GARLAND J. E. Carbon, Ohtn'n. Is ft candidate for Superintendent Public Schools TEEHS I of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the E. 0. Walton, Af st. Secy. democratic pattj. from the cities with everything that Secretary Hetter'a cotton crop report it new and pretty In the Millinery line. A visit S. to my store will convince you that this stock it show 8 an output of 7,157,340 bales, a deth. most complete. ' It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, Elegant lint Linens and Embroidery Materitl. crease of 2,743,005 compared with last subject to the action ol the democratic party MISS LICC1K IIEAZLLY, year. JNeaily half tho decrease was in ' Stanford, Ky Texas. The average commercial value IIOLDAM! per bale, however, is $ 11, compared with A. S. Is a candidate for Assessor of I.incotn county, 130 laet year. subject to the action of the democratic parly Surgoon There are three things yet to bo disDentist, covered, perpetual motion, a living maKBTffTTE SAMUEL M. OWENS Hy and a woman who chine that will a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subIs Ky. does not faco to the rear when getting ject to the action of the democratic party. oil n street car ew York Commercial Office over McRoberts Drue Store In the Owsley Building. Adviser. McCORMACK , A decease of $90,000 in net earnings Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County, for July, caused a break in L. and N. subject to the action of the democratic party. Your support tt earnestly solicited. shares. It a candidate (or Congress In this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic MENEFEE Hiving bought or J, W Adams hit Coal Plant and good will at Rowland, Ky.I will continue the Coal lluatocsi at said place W. T. SAUNDERS will have charge of it at he it well known to that end ol the county, 44 J. H. HIGOIN8, . Un Otter-hel- m. SINGLETON GREEN TO 1 LADIES I. kH k FRANK J. F. PRICE, Stanford, EMMETT FOR SAX.EI. M. F. ELKIN Public Henting I At guardian of Carpenter heirs I will tent at Hustonville on SATURDAY, bKPT. 8, a Is a candidate for Assessor ol Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. i8, JOE T. EMBRY It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. subject to tho nctlou ol the democratic patty, and earnestly asks your support. Desirable Subuibao Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, Kor Kile. Haa on A a good, Dwelling of Mix Kooms, aid all necessary outbuildings. Out yard hydrant and one for taring stock, also a splendid, never falling well, ror luither particulars apply to JAS. P.IIAILEY. 38 Ktanfoid, Ky. com-lorta- Farm of 232 Arces of Good Land, Well improved Sixty-Fowell set In grass. ul 1COI& I will s. 3td Acres for wheat, J T. ROSE, Hustonville, Ky. bal-an- C. G. BAKER front now on deliver the Stanford Factor y,s Ice regularly every morning. Price n, DB, W. s. FEinTST, IDentlst, Office on : Stanford, : Ky. Lancastsr Street, at Residence. w. s. btjrch:, Attorney at Law, Stanford, T. : - - Kentucky. Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collection receive especial attention. SS T. : STJTTOIT, The California Lion. Tho rumiing and leaping ability of tho California lion when hard pressed And Personal Proporty. . by hounds aud hunters in open field is almost incredible. Only n fino pack of As executor of James A Htrrit, deceased, I hounds, accustomed to tho mountains, will on ran even attempt to run u genuine lion. Thero aro Bcorcs of hunters who declaro 17, 1896, they have seen California lions, when On the piemlsct at the lafe residence of Jainci A. hotly pursued, riso like a winged crea- Harris, tell at public outcty to the highest bidder about ture high abovo tho greenwood and chaparral and make leap nfter leap of 350 Acres Fine Blue-Gras- s Land. over 30, sometimes 40 feet, ncross bowlders, logs nnd rocks. Ground scent for The land Is In two tracts, one of about 310 acres tho dogs is barely left, so daintily does and the other of 40 acres. Tbu land iton tho about thiee roilet Weit of Stanford ho alight. Tho hounds must use- tho .Stanford A Mllledgcville turnpike, is In a high state of cultivation, now monlr In lw&ii and It Blightly tainted air for their guide. It tvelHenced but contains no other improvements is a well known fact that tho mountain It adjoins the dwelling Louie tract of 100 acres will be Possession liouhtauds in tho greatest terror of dogs. day ol sale fo. seeding purports sot latergiven after and full possession than Jau When chased by them, ho will first try 1. 1&.7 I will also sell at same time about 30 head el to outrun thorn. Failing in this, he will horsci and brood mares, the latter bred to jacks, 8 take to tho nearest tree. But when thoro mule coin, 6 mutes, 4 work mules, t extra lack, lot of yearling aro no trees of refuge nnd the lion comes old cattle, a lot of hogs,a milk cows, hayand shell and to bay, then look out. One stroke of tho rl oats and about 400 barrels of new corn, and also a lot of larming Implements and wagons, &c, tuch powerful paw moans a dead dog, nnd as are usually found upon a well regulated farm, unless the hunter comes to the rescue and alo 18 share s of stock in staniord & Knob Lick pike with a ri floor revolver the savage bruto ledgeville and i tharcsof stock in Stanford A Mil pike. will slaughter tho wholo pack in detail. Ierms The land will to told for one. third cash, balance in is and 18 months, with intereit Should he succeed in killing all tho Irom day seenred hy On dogs ho will immediately turn his at- personal!) of sale, sums under lien on the land. that All J10 rash, oxer amount a credit ol three months, note to be exetention to tho human enemy, whom he day u! t le perianal secur considers tho most insignificant of the cuted on interest with approiedtalc from day of ity, bearing pursuers. San Francisco Chronicle. S T HARRIS, Executor's Sale of Land Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party. Thinking the Southern end of tho county it eutitlcd to a slice ol the pie he asks your support. 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. All bills m nth. Anyamonntbetw.cn 10 and too lbs. at mutt positively bt paid the first o 1 WILLIAM MOREL AND Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject to the action of the democratic ratty, lit kindly asks your support IIREMEK. : SHELBY & SHELBY, Thursday, Sept. Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Junction City, First-Clas- Kontuokv. ittu-ate- d Kealdeoce House in Staniord, with tlore houie on tame lot. lor sale. The lot contains acre, and can lie easily divided, putting store nous and residence on separate lots. At reasonable price and tn easy terms. Apply to N. SAL'NDKKS, Staniord, Ky. J3tf A gocd s Ttirnouit, Prompt Atteation, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage Is rcspectlully solicited. it eta. ( - THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Como One, Come All. And sea the new Hats at Mis Dudderar's Tern- le ol Fashion this week New l.egn, neiv nam it ail the new Persian effects in Flowers and Kibbont Handsome goods but Low Prices Dress making done la tne latcit stile aud on short M. D. DIDDKKAK. notice. MRS. KAl'K DUDDKKAK m. w. jomsrsoir, la Agent for The And 1 he New Yorlc Lile Ins. Co. Aotna Accidont Insurance Company. lint and Most Favorable Terras el Insurance v tar-ol- d MONEY To LOAN ON 1MPKOVED FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent, semi an nual interest ; no commission charged. Address OKO W PAW. Knom 17, Kenyan Building, Louisville, Ky For hlank applications and fur Iher information, inquire ol J IS. Saunders, At1 torney, Staniord, Ky. J. T. JOITBS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor Draa't Black Diaraoud Root Paint. Kitimatet furnished for painting Wnul, Metal and Iron Kvols hatiitaction guarantied. All reals painted with Dean's Black Dianond Paint guaranteed lor years Dcalirs In beit Cistern Pumps and Oalvaoucd Iron (.Inn. .... 1)1. .. I.&.I wuu iiiivk iign It A . f. vu iwuQg ui ail Kinus. SI tt -. T The Newest Hallatotieii. D English, Auctionter Kiccutor UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Off era hit tervicet o toe people ol West Lin cola and Casey Counties, run stock of Coffins and Caskets always on hand D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. 95 BARKER HOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Bonierset, - - Kentucky. Ratet TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Kooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Belli. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 W. 0. Hansford, Cbm'n. Jas. H, Jefrhh, Secy. HERE'S ANOTHER ONE. fr RUer Excursion September 5. The next excursion to High Bridge and down Kentucky River to Frankfort will-brun on Thursday, September 10th same low rate as heretofore. A deat lightful jonrney haa been enj'oyed by V. B. EIIiBY. Proprietor, many. Should be experienced by everyLondon. - - - Kentucky. body who haa not triad it. Well worth the money. Ask agenta for particulars I have moved to my new Hotel and am better Philadelphia, Pa. National Druggiate' than ever to accommodate the public, lood Livery attached, and every convenience dt Association. October oth to Oth. tartd. Give me a call. Qokkn & Orescent. Reduced ratts to FRANK RILIY, 7j Newport races. One fare for round trip A. G. Lanhara from Somerset and points north to CinJohn 13. Cattleman. cinnati. TheJueen& Crescent will give half rates to Covington, Sept. 14 and 15 on account of the meeting of the Grand Lodge INSURANCE COMPANY KnightB of PythiaB, Sept. 15 to 18. For tho 15th annual encampment S. of OF LIVERPOOL. Round trip V., at LouiBvllle, Sept. will be sold over the Queen & tickets round fare for at CreBcent BSBBBE CaSTLEMSS. trip, Sept.Routeand one from the in points Gth 7th Tennessee. Sept. Oth, 7th and 8th from MANAGERS, points in Kentucky. Good tillSept. 15th Commerce Building-- Louisville. to return. W. O. Rixkabson, G. P. A., CincinnAgenta Throughout the South. Tho Wanhington Star reports a hailstorm in which the hailstones wero like gooso eggs. This is a new departure that will mightily surprise veteran At Assignee ot Ueailey Bros, and Mrs M. A. newspaper readers. From timo imme- Betilcy, I will, on morial hailstones have ulways fallen 15, 1896 tho size of hen's eggs, according to tho TUESDAY, reports in tho papers. People finally On their premises, one mile from Stanford on the Huitonville turnpike, came to bolicvo that somo mysterious of Mrs. M. A. Hcaney sell publicly the in law of nature caused nil hailstones to NOW OPEN. assumo that size, aud now their belief is 83 ACRES OF LAND, rudely upset by an iconoclast who PKKSENTENGAaP.MCNTS GlVIJ PllOM- 01 the remainder interest in same And also brings in n gooso egg standard. belonging to Bearlcy Bros of the isu ok Largest Attenthis is a revolutionary age. Tho remainder aro owned by other persons who will, at to theputchaser a thing wo kuow hailstones tho size ol Uir price, convey their intereststhe remainder la firtt dance for Years. and the residue of tne of ostrich eggs will bo falling, and then owned above, minor 19 yeatt old. A bond will be by a attaining her majorthe purchaser wherowill wo bo? Now York Tribune. giventhe will coueythat, onInterest to him at same her PUBLIC SALE. SEPT. life-estate CRAB ORCHARD STRINGS FIRST NATIONAL BANK m i ;OT STANFORD, " " KY. ft Cor-tainl- y 19-- Two-tghth- a Capital Stook Surplus 8100, OOO - 23,700 ity, rate the rest of the land tells. Also a tract ol New Uusic. New Chefs. New Ideas, Some Onei Mutt Suffer. THE RILEY HOUSE taken ns evidcuco of his guilt Ho has departed, but somebody must sutler, and XIorfcCH,2CowH,liO Stoolc XZohh.UO Corn, MO of OatH, his eldest son, if ho has ouo, is therefore Vcros pent to prison for a year. If he has no Oof JUnrloy.i; U.horHoNVfixoiitf.full son, then his father or brother gets a sot ITnriii Implsui.niitH. Sco. Terms made known on day ol sale. flogging. It's all in the family, aud 4Std J. B PAXTO.V, Assignee. somebody has to pay for it Gx-owlti- If n Chinaman dies whilo being tried for murder, tho fact of his dying is l jYCttiCy OF WRITE FOR TF.RMS. Belonging to Bearley Bros , adjoining the above, originally a part of the same tract, oood dwelling ana out buildings on the tract. Alto 1(J CUS HOFMANN, 3itf Propriotor. Linnieftu Zprinj Junction City, Ky. New Management, Attention of tht public it invited to the far that this Is the only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provision! of th National Bank are tecurtd not only by tha capital stock, butbv the stockholders' liability for aa amount equal to the ttock, so that depositors el this institution are secured by a fund of $uo,ox. Five tworn statements of tht condition of tn baak are made each ytarto the United Stat.s govtia-mtand lis assets are examined at ttat.d timat by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, ompnalty established as the Deposit Bank of Staniord la i8jS, then lied at the National Bank ol Stanford in iS6, and again at the First National btzk ol Staniord to liit, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of is years. It is better supplied now with laciUtlet for transacting business prompt Iy and liberally than ever b. for. In Its lecg and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, films and Individuals respectfully toilent tn 1. ; c srcXiJBLRX f -- UNDERTAKING BY- Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. ted. The Directory of thii Bank it competed Forcitut lloid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; ol J. II. Collier, Lincoln; J.W. Haydtn, Stanford; S. S Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. The most accessible Summer Reaort in KenA. Trlbble, Stafford; tucky. 'I ho g'eatest diversity ol Mineral Waters M. D. Klmore, Stanford; to be found any when. White Sulphur, Black T. P. Hill, Stanford; Sulphur, Chalybeate, Eptom, Magnesia, Salt, Alum, A'C., in an abundance. Hops every Friday K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; night Music by splendid orcheitra. Write lor M.J. Miller, Ml. VernoD.Ky Analysis of waters. Table first CircuUr and J. S. Hockex, President; Class. J no. ). McRoberts, Cashier; & B. A. A. McKlnney, Aiit.CtshUr 3S Junction City, Ky. II. Baughman, Lincoln; J. S.Hocktr, Stanford; p. K J. OWENS SON, , At a town in Georgia a fellow walocal agent, gered that he could eat 10 boxes of sarStanford, - - - Kentucky. dines, one dozen large crackers aud drink 37lf half a gallon of water within one hour. He won, and in addition to the above ate half a large muskmelon and a large San Francisco. Portland slice of watermon and four soda pops, all .To the of which he consumed in 40 minutes. It was hoped that it would kill him but Via The it didn't. Cookeey McOlure, a lawyer of Louisa, caught his wife and Rev. Seaman, of tho Methodist church, in a comin his residence, promising whereupon he wore a cane out on the CWCAtO Kfl tOUISVUtf.HtWAHAXY j) preacher who left in a very dazed condf-tioSeaman Ib a widower of a few Only,Dimng Car Route From weeke. He left town shortly after the occurrence and has not been heard from since. The representatives of the brotherElegant Pullman Veatlbuled hood of locomotive engineere, railroad Sleepers of Modern Pattern. trainmen, brotherhood of locomotive For inapt or any information, address firemen, order of railway conductors and E. II. BACON ffKANK J. REID.i D. P. A the order of railway telegraphers met in O. r. Agent, i or Louisville Chicago. Indianapolis this week and resolved that Be ture to call for Monon Route. it is best for the five to unite and as soon St Paul, jas practicable. Denver. -- W. A. THIBBLEi. ati,. . Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Two Farms For Sale. Farm No. county, Ky well Farmers BanMTrnst OF STANFORD, KY. Is now Co BELOW COST! WE HAVE DECIDED TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK And will sacrifice it in order to get rid of a large stock. Everything a Bargain. ing new metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop This farm it situated in what is pronounced the best district In Kentucky for White Burlcy Tobacco. Comfortable residence houso. Farm No. a contains 300 acres in tame locality, with brick dwelling. Large ttock and tobacco barnt, One of the beet improved farms in the county. Iloth farmt are In Anettate of preseivatlon, well watered ond fenced. Close to R. K. depot, schools, market and on n fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDF.RS, 10 Stanford, Ky. 1 containt 191 acres tn Washington . the greater part of which It in grass, vrtterea; with good improvements, Includ- lullyorganised and ready for business wltk Paid, up Capital of - - $200,000. Surplus, . SJ0,000. tete-e-te- te n. W. THK BLUK-GRAS- S H. WEAR EN & CO, XtOITISlTXX.X.E TO CHXCAGO. HERD OK SiKr4 H3SD ECOGS. My Breederi were selected from tne best herds of this famous breed Of swtne la severul different States. A splendid lot ol plgt of diUrent ages lor tale. Bred towt a ipucialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence tolicited. Address LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontucky. firtt-cla- si SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STAN) OKD, Now closing up) with tht tame, assets and under tbo tame management. By provitiont of ltt chaitcr, depositor! are at fully protected at ate dcpotltora tn National Banks, ltt tharcholdert being held individually tiaoleto the eatent of the amount of their ttock therein at the par value thereot, in addition to th amount invested in tuch tharet. It may act at cstcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullr as tn individual. To thote who eut?uitd thefr buinness to ut M.S. IlAUGHMa.V. J. W. IlAUGUMAh. while muaging the Lincoln National Bankol Staniord, we we here tender tfur many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busiest! with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atteation to tame, our twenty years' experience ia PROraiiTOHsbanking and as liberal accommodations at are with sound banking, 4 M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- cot-sistc- nt J If you need livery give ut a call. Nothing out turnouts will Lave our atable. See ut lor rates, .In our , K. H. ERONAUGH, Ky Crab Orchard, ff0l K?1 BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guaranteo prices. firit-cla- Williams, Mt. Vernon; S, 11. Shanks, tiuuford; J..S. Owsley, Staniord; S.J. Euibry, Staniord; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stanford; William OoochSlanlord; A. W.;Ctrptnter, Mlllec'gtvil!, J. DlHXCToiu: I ll!, work and sttlfictory Tty our horse thoer. n S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J.P. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Teller. W.'iI.Cummin,:Praehori . K