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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896090801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. iT ' Sem i Weekly Interior Journal. vol. xxv. CHURCir CHIMES. Horn-Btai- STANFORD KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8.1896 NO. 55 E LIliERTY, CASEY COUNTY. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. CRAB ORCHARD. FJ3M&.T.-COLT.'SaE. lt W J. Sparks, a modest nnael of Kov. W. B Kigan, of tho East In a fight over a woman Heurv Cole Miss Ada McWhorter has returned WILLIAM SHELTON, Prosidont. circuit, has no far thia yoar had f00 commerce, who represents one of the cut Fred Perkins' throat at Mlddleabo- - from London. Alt pecUlUti Thorough courses in Lit'n, Grelc, French, Eng'nh 3C0 largest grocery houses In Louisville, was rough. Studentiiis. TaehTi conventions and sinctlfletttions and A Junior Christian Endeavor was Mathemntlcs, Natural and 7.Morl Science. Mmlc, Art and Eocutlon Situated in the famoui ll'ue Friday. Ho ia one of the traveling here additions. Win. Davis, who recently ran for tho organized by Miss Jennio Ritchie at the Grat xenon of Kentucky; dutinguiihed for healthlu'ncM of clitnito, beiuty of scenery, of society. Fall Session opens Soptomber 7. Ufore deciding where you will ler your daujhtrr Bftleemeu who 1ms tho courage to totally nomination for county clerk of Mercer, college, Sunday Tho new Christian church at sltornoon, which will be next year, be euro to write for Our NOW Catalogs. Addreii, will be dedicated next 8iin-da- disregard .Main street politic! science of uieu Friday. 2 tf MRS. NANNIE S S AUPIjEY, Lady Principal, Stanford. Ky. hold at the Christian church evory SunM our State metropolis and to speak hjs The jury in the case of Sam Sutton, day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Parents, Elder J. Q.Montgomery convictions courageously. Ho la well charged with killing Bob Brewster in send all the children. It will help to t?'u;II?lXI,T,r--XOXOTXI,I;II;t; the sermon. Methodist posted on thu political issues, haa a largo Garrar.l county, failed tonree. Itev. J. II Warinouth, a make them better. 8 Thero is strona talk of a lynching at Mrs-- . EHzt Carson's death ia expect tnlnltW, was killed hy lightning in Mc- - arqnnlnttnco and great influence and Vt county. Ho waB holding a pro- - j never falls to k a word for Bryan Harrodsburg should John P. Ntagg die, ed at any time and thus the community Oraekeu It THE STATTFORD refine-nen- t JJrad-fordavl- 1 lle do-liv- er with .inotl.wi ", li.nruiuo.ii.n.--ami irunt hofllB member, and wbh struck aa he sac In the porch at niuht. Tho fatuous ca.e ol Dr. w . u. wnii-elttho Baptist minister, charged with heresy, woa ended by tho Long Hun Uap-tlAssociation Indorsing his courae. Tno heresy with which ho was charged conriited In denying that Roger Williams httd ever been baptized. The Cumberland Uiver Baptist declined to continue longer In fellowship or to rccelvo tho letter from tho Pleasant l'olnt church In thia county, because it held sauctlflcatlon meetings after the new plan. Th BBjociatlon believes In Banctlflcatlon, but bull' ves that It begins In regeneration and is n progressive work. Kov. W. P. Nelson, who hia been fill ing tho Presbyterian pulpit at Lancaster for Borne time, has struck out for Iowa on foot to nnawer charges brought before the Synod he used to belong to thero, which relate, It ifl said, to tho relations between himself and wife, which were not altogether regular, and lo sundry unpaid debts. It will tako him 15 days to make tho trip and he started with but?5. Squire E. B.Caldwell, who has boen clerk of the Cumberland liivor Association for 11 years, was hero yesterday to cootract for printing the minutes o( the meeting held at Pieatuut Run, in PuIhh-kmoettng will he The held nt Salvin, on the Cumberland river, tho Oral of May, the association having doubtless the double Idea In view that there Is inuoli water thero lor baptizing as well as for filling In. The annual meet log will be hold next September at Kphe-buin this county. Evangelist W. K. Lloyd askeil his hearers ou his appearance at the Chrm-tiachurch here 'o form or oxpre8 no oplulonna tohls pre.ichlni! till he had been herea week and the Intkmoii Joun-na- l accordingly made no comment in its list Issue. Further alienee is no longer enjoined ao we now wish to emphair.a toat several of his sermons have been as fine aa were ever delivered In Stanford mid that his Sunday morning's ellbrj wis a grand one. He did not ma tho Babject previously wunounced but stating he would preach on "A Position Beyond Controversy," gave a clearer and more eloquent exposition of the teachings and obJectB of tho Church of Christ than we have ever listened to. He was high in prais) of all tho great reformers from Martin Luther down, Including Calvin and John and Charles Wtsley, but extol latlon reached tho climax when he got to Alexander Campbell, when ho laid his noblo character and great work boforo his hearers In thoughts that breathe and words that burn. Ho told of the he had encountered end how they had beon finally overcome until now the church waa almost ready t3 tako third place in the largest denominations of the world, with a membership of nearly a million, and added: Tlmo and culture are all that is necessary to Hccept the church that has the Jhblo for its creed aud its touching for tho faith, rule and practice." He explained moBt satihfuc-torll- y why his church adopted the name of OhiUtian and the reason ita adherents, though according great praise to Alexander Campbell for his efiorts In re." formation, object to being called The name la too narrow for bo broad a gauge religion. There havo been seven additions and we predict that mBuy more will Bland up on the aide of the Lord beforo tho meetlug closes. It will go on till further notice at 10 and 7:30 each day. t, st l. seml-anuu- al s, n diftl-cultl- ..! "Camp-bellitea- Oaks Ciiaj'bl. Mr. Lee Reynolds, who la 05 years of age, and who hats beon an advocato of free Bllver for more than with, Mr. Hunloy 40 years, together Gooch, a Btaunch democrat, organized n Bryan andSewall Club hero a few nightB Binco. Mr. Robt. Ballard, a truo blue democrat, was made president and Mr. supporter of the J. T. Griffin, a red-hChicago ticket, secretary. Mr. Reynolds is mado of unusually good BtutT aa aro officers aud members of this club and they will be formidable competitors to tho'Svorklngiefclnb in thlB county In thlB perspiring campaign. A fall of 05 feet generally kills as dead aa a mackerel but there are exceptions to all rules. After attending Sunday Bchool for 48 con sou o' aecutive Sundays, the Partlu, a Baptist minister who Rev. In ltveB near Prdacheravlllo, waa persuaded by some wayward youths to go with them the 4'Jth Sunday mornlug on a expedition among the clifla in a mountainous section, and getting too turn-in- g close to a preeiplca, ht fell 05 feet, In- his fearful several somersaults downward flight, alighting on kia feet, nud fltlll Uvea to prove that the daya of J. . W. mlraclea have not pssied. ot 14-yo- ar ng - o whenever it is necessary. Ho snyB the aa ho is almost certain now to do. will be called on to give up another democratic cause is gaining steadily daiLieut. Gov. Worthlngton pardoned Christian mother and neighbor. Mrs. rM ly and that a good portion of the State ia Peter Cnibtree, sent up from Pulaski Careon haa boen a patient sufferer from ,0 School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything better organized than ho ever saw it be- county for manslaughter for five years. that dread disease, consumption, for a uv Cash in our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised fore. There are 515 cases on tho docket of yoar or more and Bhe informed tho wriHouses. M John Whipp has returned toScotts-vlll- o tho Madison circuit court, which began ter Saturday that sho was ready to go Ol aftir a two wpeks visit to his father yesterday. Thero ia only one for mur- and waa anxiously awaiting the Lord's I1 hero. Mm. Betty Napier Is visiting rel- der. ' will. M atives and friends nt Scottsville. Prof. A dispatch from Harrodsburg bsjb Mrs. Kitty King will go to the city Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist W. 0. Grlnoteud and Messrs. John T. that the prohihltlonilts of Mercer nearly this week to lay In her fall and winter .V from new drugs and pure chemicals. (t Orlnateadaud 1)1. Ingram, of Danville, to ti man will voto for John B. Thomp- millinery. Mr. James Pleasants and were hero on a fishing tour Friday. They son. MIbb Laura Pleasanta had moderately good luck aud expressed Sam LedlDgton, who haa a wife and of Winters, Cl., are visiting tho chils themselves as well pleased with their five children in Tennessee, and Maria dren of Mr. Ilarvo Pleasanta, deed. Mr. 1 C 1 trip. Tim professor has the stamina and LawBon, a girl of 17, were arrested at James Pleasant stood the trip across tho I IX CrfwTC loyalty of a true Roman and is standing Pinevllle. They had been living together Continent remarkably well, conaidering firmly to tho ticket. He had the good for eomo time. the fact that he la 85 years old. Ho arsense and grace not to allow the DanTwo hrge tobacco barns belonging rived Saturday night at 12:20 and was up ville gold advocates to lead him away af- to Ed Walker, of Garrard, were blown by 0 o'clock Sunday morning, circulating ter strange doctrinea and false goJs. Dr. down by theaevere wind Friday night. among his niecea and nephews hero. R A Jones, who has been in Russell Ho had just filled them with tobacco and Mrs. Wilhoite.of Woodford, is visiting county for a week, returned Friday. He his loss will be considerable. her sister, Miss Bettle McFall, and the is quite hopelul an says 09 democrats Comptroller Echols haa assessed the family of Mr. Wm. Stuart. Misa Jean Are both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. out of every 100 In Russell are more en- shareholders of tho defunct FirBt Nation- Buchanan returned from Louisville SatWe can sell you rS thusiastic fur free ailver than thoy over al Bank at Middleoboro f29 a share and urday, bringing Miss Belle Haldeman, were for "tarifi" for revenue only." But will use legal means to enforce tho who will be her guest for a few weeks. whon you go to the rank and file of the A mighty wall is going up. Mrs. J. B. Hull man, of Lexington, is the democracy of tho masses, from whence The Lancaster Becord eaya that guest of Mrs. Margaret Gormley and ;ts Delivered at your house. Have about co bushels of tho ballots are numbered, you will fiud "Big Injun" S. D. Roth well Is organizing daughter, Misa Lizzie. Scott Anderson SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR Si. a company of laboring men to march left Monday to attend school at Georgethe sturdy yeomanry of our parly standing firmly, unflinchingly, through to Lexington to hear Bryan town College. Aa your business manaCall and see us. fn where stands their gallant young stand- speak. He Bays that each man will be ger was in town Saturday we suppose be ard bearer. These aro tho men that expected to report with blanket, can- gave you all the particulars In regard to m VjI A M iVM Jr I V a LJ a M A m JLP A" M. V elect our olllaials. It Is true but little teen, knapaack and at least three days the epeaking. Mr. Robert Edmieton Jll ia said about them, but let a fat, sleek ration?, as it will take that long to make went to tho city Saturday night to lay banker or one who ia high up in the the march in a stock of goods for their new store. commercial world or financial circles deMiss Birdie Hardin is visiting friends in SHELUY CITY. clare or even intimate that he will supLondon. Dr. J. S. Cooper and children port McKinley, and bolting sheet and A typographical error made us state were in town Sunday visiting Grandma opposing political journals herald the last week that tho Christian Endeavorers and Grandpa Redd. Wo were all glad Dealers In nea from Pole lo Pole, but he, with his ei.j yed themselves "with" of to welcome Miss Georgio Lewis back, lino linen, sumptuous board and well-fi- ll without dancing, card playing or wine Hope her health wBl continue to imd glldul rollers can do no more in his drinking. can finish her school. prove so ruvoting booth than our SatuuUy eveulng while out equirrel MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ral politician, when he occupies the same huutlug with his Mr. Sewell position and understaudingly exercises Mr. J. T. Duncan, of Junction City, Barney Pence, aijed SO, and Miss Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of the inrat elevated privilege of civilizahimself in tho right arm,, Mary Nicodennis, 04, were married at Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' tion. while poking at a snake with his shot- Springfield, O. gun. Dr. 11. S. Chase, our surgeon, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Thomas Henderson, of Henry counWAYNESBURO. dreesed the wound. ty, aged 15, and Mies Alice Smith, of Mr. and Mrs. Airy Dunn, Misses Shelby, a year younger, eloped to Jf Foddering and plowing for wheat la Lily, Mintiio and Nettie Shannon, Pearl the order of the day. and wero married. Brvan and free sit ver Ib all you can Durham, Alice Williams, Lily Owens, An opinion just banded down by tle Mrs. Owens, Fidelia Tharp, Mrs. Wm. Territorial supreme court of Oklahoma hear discussod theeodayfl. J. M. Reynolds went to Garrard Sat- Givens.and Messrs Samuel Bnrke, annuls thousands of divorces that bi.ve Metal Roofing, urday after a load of seed wheat. Wells, Owen Lingle, Matt Engle-man- , been granted in that Territory. Logan Williams, Everett and Win. Measles have broken out in our Leonard Kerr and bride were treati d school and it ia feared that Mr. lUstin Offens and others went to Frankfort Sat- to a charivari itt Huntington, W. Va., urday. may have to dismiss for a few days. when tho groom throw a brickbat into A prayer meeting haa been organThe Knighta ol Honor Lodge here tho crowd. Harry Tusley, aged 12, waa ized at Ellison school house. Let's go haa trebled ita number during the past struck on the head and will die. CViinrrlfis V-Misa Kate Blain haa received an indown every Sunday afternoon and assist four months, increasing from J5 In the aud Sun spring to 75 at present. Lieut. II. Y. vitation to the marriago of Mies Lou them in their C. Grubba waa Initiated SaturJay niuht. Lane, which is to occur at Cuero, Texas, Your scribe was anown a cabbflge Kendrick Kolly 1b dictator, W.E. Grubba in a few days. Misa Lou waa a classmate Sunday that was a combination of about reporter. The Knighta of Maccabeea now of Misa Blain at the Col lego here and o the 10 who graduated she is tho next to 15 separate heads and all growing from number 30, having doubled their numonetitem. The largest was the aizaofn ber thia pat year. Jack Booth ia Sir the last to marry. Three are dead and water bucket. To verify thio we refer Knight Commander, Wm. Surber, Sir one is a widow. Five years ago at the end of the Knight Sergeant, Wm. Pulliam, Chan you to II. Singleton. Deputy M.G. Reynolds and Oscar lain, Airy Dunn, Rjcord Finance Keep- school thev attsnded together at Leba.dealers in. non, O., Miss Kathleen Cockrell, of CumReynolds went t) U liberie Creek and er. and Fred Peckham, of berland Gap, James Coppage, Sr., haa had a Stanford Monday on business. H. M. N. Y. who had been lovers, from typhoid fever and ia not so Reynolds and Joe Kountz wero also at on business. Mra. M. well. Patrick McCormack, of Georgia, ia plighted their troth with the undertown yesterday jj- G. Reynolds haa been quite sick for sev- viaiting relatives here. O. E. Terry, cf standing that each should return home, Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. C Glasgow, spent Saturday aud Sunday and If at the end of five years they reeral days with innliuh. Died, on tho 1st, of typhoid fever, with hia mother, Mra. Nancy Terry. Miea mained faithful they should marrry. Mrs. Cn'cdunia Singleton, ftifoof A. K. Georgia West, of Harrodsburg, spent Sat- They were not to write to each other Singleton and daughter of H. S. Rey- urday and Sunday with her sister, Misa during the time. On August 31 the five Give us a call and be convinced. nolds, aged 25 years. She had been for Jennio West, aud mother, Mrs. West, at years expired and that night Mr. Peck-ba- m arrived, The next day tho two 10 years a member of the Buptist church, Mr. McKltrlck's, tho MIbscs West's aud a grandfather. a worker in the Sunday-schoLieut. H. Y. Grubba Bpent were married, and may they ever live true, devote Christian. We extend to last week nt Paris, the gU6at of Miss An- happily, as tho novels say. to her bereaved husband and parenta nie Bruce MuCluro.a friend of hia classDEATH DOINGS. mate, Lieut. Heurv O. Whitehead, Hemour heartfelt sympathy. In Cairo aud Alexandria, Eeypt, of Quito a number weut from hero to phill, Toxaa. Mr. John S. VanWlnklo, of Danville, epeul Saturday with hia 13,343 cases of cholera, 11,099 proved the Cumberland River Association at Pleasant Run church, Pulaski county, brother Sigma Chi, Lieut. Grubba. Mr. Joshua Marimon, father of Editor It last weok. Among the number were Van Winkle haa juat returnod from a trip L Marimon, of tho Harrodsburg Sayi to Colorado. Misa Lily Owena haa just Meeere. E. B. and O. G. Caldwell, W. R , ings, is dead, aged 91. Ho loaves a wife I O. aud W. Singleton, M.G. Reynolds returned from a mouth's visit to Lexing- to whom ho was married CS yeara ago THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present ton, the guest of Mrs. Rannle Burks Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY and M. D. McKodzIo. They report a Mr. William Remington, of the Pai on the Special and continuing until further noyour scribe about see- Mra Lucy Wheat, of Perry ville, ia eick of ij nice time and told Kentuckian, mourns the los3 of hia of each week, beginning JUNE 23, ing tho wonderful Short Creek that typhoid fever at Mr. Clint Helm'a. Misa only daughter, Miss Ruby, aged 11, who tice. Come early and avoid the rush. forma In the Sinking Valloy In Rockcaa-t'- o Lily Grubba ia en the sick list thia week, died Friday night of brain fever, and hia county, flows for a number of miles Frank and DaWitt Lawwill enter Centre brethren of tho press deeply sympathize under ground and makes ita appearance College thia week in the junior and fresh- with him. line of Millinery Reduced One Half. at this placo, It come3 out at whet looks man claeaes respectively. Misa Sallie A Clean and Mra. John Johnaon, sister of Mr. toOwensboro to visit her flaws about 50 yards and like a big cave, A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilThomas C. Ball, of this place, died at goes into tho mountain again, into an- aunt Wednesday. Lancaster Thursday night alter an illnees dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. other largo rave. The creek ia about as Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts A double lynching occurred at Glen-co- of a week or mora with typhoid fiux. large aa Logan's creek at ita mouth, At Minn., Sunday. Darman Musgrove She was 59 years old an I besides a hus- from A to EE. the place where It ontere the mountain and H. A. Oingmara wero hanged by We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND a band, she leaves six children, all of whom there is a mill thatgriuda corn and can mob. 'I hoy had just been convicted of are grown. Her remains were interred lines for men and boys. run all tho year. They also went to see murder in the uecond.degree for Lilting in the Lancaster cemetery Friday afterwhat ia known ay the Boiling Pot, n Sheriff Rogers. noon alter appropriate services by Elder place on the mountain where tho water Two men mado an uuaucccesful at- George Gowen. boila up in abigbaBiu and oveiflowain ThB widow of Robert Moore, who tempt to hold up the Overland express Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and wet weather. It ia supposed to rise from was a slater of Mr. D. W. Vandevcer, cf train at Webster, Cal. One of the robif your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. Short Creek, caused by more water gathbers was kilioJ by the engineer aud tho thia place, and Mrs. K. L. Tanner, of ering than can puns underground, No McKtuney, died at her homo in Casey other Had. AND OIL CLOTH. one knows how deep this hole or pot Is Eleven firemen were killed at Ron- hat week at an advanced age. Sho was a In tho mountain. Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice ton Harbor, Mich., Saturday night, while Hplendid Christian woman and her death Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. removes one of tho best women in tho goods at iow prices. We are yours for firet-cla- ss Congress of Sanitary Institutes fighting the fire which destroyed Ypre's Goods. The county. Five children throe boys and and Canned nt ita meeting in Loudon warmly indors- opera house at midnight. girla Hor remain's Arthur Divie, of Lewia county, is two laid to survive her. family burying ed bicycle riding for women. were rest In the with kill- ground in tho presence of a large conhia mother-in-laArthur Hunge waa banged at Atlan- charged by The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. ing his wife and secreting her body. June iS,'96. course of friends. ta, for murder. 1 sp-B- DRUGS AND BOOKS. '. PRESCRIPTIONS 1 grand-daughte- r, W. B. MoKOBEBTS. Lr'Cl!' III h a r -- ."" liUAKANTECilJ . m j 1 pay-mon- t. uoal at 7c to ic per u m time-honor- 0 FARRIS & HARDIN, im-tin- sun-browne- d, son-in-la- Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. Ie Prices to Suit The Times. Lu-ci- en Doors. Sash and Blinds WBJ A. als. prayer-meetin- g SINE, Stanford, Ky. day-scho- CRAIG & YMr"yj HOCKER, t J Oils, PaiTvbs, e, ro-la- 5 Qrugs, t It Pays to Daal with a Cash House. )$-- JJ ol SJ 1 fa-t- GASH CLEARANCE SALE ! GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selected e, jbook Out for Our Gctre Tablet CARPETS, MATTIN8 CHARLES WHEELER w v . jVll.l&'Shfr! 4 Se&Al ,1.)L . r..t . " ., .14 j. $ . "ljs . wi. --H" W( I t yi Ajs-i?-s '.'n Semi-Week- ly Interior Joukne - Stanford, Ky., Seit. W. P. WALTON. Am. the republican papers are throw tag bouquets at Palmer and Buckner and praising tho boltocrats, who pnt them in nomination. They think they eeu that S, 1S96 the reanlt will be the election of McKin-lebut the Boy Orator of tho Platte will show them a thing or two. y, 14 1 r V p-- i"14 ft !T1 - JKL. Li IIunq Guano's bill at the Waldorf Hotel, New York, was $12,000 and this sale. PALMER AND IWGKNER. government footed it. This is a big wasto W. B Kidd bought 80 export cattle from O. M. Clay, Jr., at 4) and 40 from Indianapolis dispatches of money, when a few rats at no further Ab stated in our Matt Bedford at l and 13 at 4c PairsorfveA iiiflt AS WH Went to piCefl with cost than the catching would have amply The times arc ripe for bargains. A dollar never bought ls N3W8. P3 more than it docs at present. Prices melt beneath the of this paper, Senator John filled the bill of fare for the old pig tail. the laat issue A valuable race horso belonging to -3 M. Palmer, of Illinois, and After their notification at Louisville the crush of competition. R. M. Jackeon, of London, ran into a Simon Bolivar Buckner, of Kentucky, on the 17th, Gons. Palmer and Buckner fonce at the Williamsburg Fair aud broke EH were nominated by the convention held will go South singing "Comrades" and its shoulder. called itself the Na trying to EG there, which burst the democratic party Kit Parks ami W. B Smith said to Convention, and open. Democratic tional Blee it Wagers 50 cattle, 1,100 pounds, which was cUimed by Senator Palmer in at 3), to be. delivered by the Palmkh is to cnttih the Union soldier calling it to order to be the "only demoHelps to do the melting as it is a rule with that large Bolster. cratic National convention held in 1S96.'1 vote aud Buckner the Confederate vote, W. S. Beazloy shipped 13S export name presented and but they wont do it to an alarming exhouse, never to be undersold by anybody. The Louisville There was no other cattle to Boston parties from Lancaster Gov. Buckner'a nomination was by accla tent. The people are for Bryauand Sew-alStore's Bright Friday. They averaged 1,6 IS pounds -H 02 mation. The platform declares for the nad at 4Jc. per pound amount to SO.COS, gold standard and n flexible currency, The Woodford Sun reports f.alea of POLITIC A L POINTS. with tho government divorcad from the 100 hogs to average 250 pounds and de protection, banking business, denounces It is probable that John D. White livered Drc 15. at 2J; 02 breeding eweo is for a tariff lor revenue only, for equal will take his contest with Congressman Shines resplendent over all. Nciv Fall Goods rolling in and a Southdown buck at $2 60 and 100 H3 and exact justice to all men, for economy Colson into the courts. on us every day. New Fall lambn at 3c. of the government, CO in the administration The full democratic Stato ticket in Joe O. Turley bos bought in tho past for liberal pensions to worthy soldiers, Arkansas was elected yesterday by a week over 1,000 uxport cattle from tho for law and order and the independence conceded majority o( about 40,000. farmers of this section, says tho Mt. Sterof tho judiciary. "Tho fidelity, patriotling Gazette. Uo bought a few at 4 etc., Returns from tbo FirBt district indi I860. ism and courage with which President J cate that Congressman John K. k but paid 4 cents for most of them. Cleveland has fulfilled his great public MORE NEWS NOTES. has been defeated by Hon. Charles Outings, &c Sec our 5c Outing, worth at Fleetwood In tbe Our line trust, the high character of his adminis- K. "Wheeler by an overwhelming major- During a storm iu Woodford county, Park, N. Y., Fantasy won, defeating of tration, its wisdom and energy in the ity. Curry Redd, aged 17, was killed by light such cracks as William Penn, Kentucky maintenance of civil order and the enJesae R. Grant, of San Diego, Cal., ning. Union, OnoquaandBeozetta, who came forcement of the laws, its equal regard a eon of Gen. U. S. Grant, has written a Frank Armstrong, a laborer at Peru, iu tho order named. The beet time was overy for the rights of every class and H3 letter withdrawing from the republican Iud., lost three children one day from ty 2:03. section, its firm and dignified conduct of party and aligning himself with tho pop- phoid fever. The meeting of tho Kentucky Breed- En The biggest line ever brought to Stanford, has added hunforeign affairs and its sturdy persistence ulists. dreds of new customers to our already long list. When A somnambulist walked from a mov- ers' Association at Lexington, Oct. OtolO P3 in upholding the credit nd honor of the Tbe Now York Sun calculates that ing train near Valparaiso, Ind., and was will be a big thing thiB year. Tbo Ken- r I you come in town look at our oSc Ladies' Shoes, patent nation are fully recognized by the demo- there are which tucky Futurity for in the United States Ht least instantly killed. tip and well worth $1.35. We have a big line of Men's cratic patty and will Becuro to him a 60.C00 political orators, of whom not over There are 45S cases on the docket of will be trotted the first day, will bo of the placoin history beside tho fathers Fine Shoes, both wide and pointed toe, we will put on L-five or six, or maybe 10 or 12, are worth the court of appeals for the fall term, worth $25,000, while $75,000 will bo hung y republic." His efforts for civil service re- hearing. up during the meeting. sale this week at oSc. Come and sec our new line of which began yesterday. form is commended and a demand that t Deputy Warden Hancock, of FayWilliam Moreland bought of W. A. At Bluffton, Ind., a little eigbt-yeCLOTHING. Men's Suits $3.50 and up. Leave your nobackwardatep in extend-in- g there shall be ette, was elected warden 'of the Frankcattlo at 3Jc and Coffey 17 a CO order for SHIRTS made to order. Fit guaranteed. the meritBystem further. A committee fort penitentiary, L. T. Neat, of Adair old child was dragged to death by cow five averaging 1,250 at 3jc and fl premshe was trying to lead. was appointed to notify the nominees of county, was tt chosen deputy to succeed William Keeler, of Kokomo. Iud , ium per head. He also bought of the action of the convention and it was Maj. Hancock. six weighing 950 McCormack a lunatic, dinned his wife four miles with agreed that it should be done in Louis-vill- e PreHident Cleveland will write a let- a shot gun but fortunately did not kill pounds at 3jc; three of George 8. Mc- auditorium, with John and at the ter indorsing the Indianapolis platform her. Kinney at same price, and of J. J. Mi J CO A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprictots, R. FellowB, of New York, to make tho end ticket, and at 3c. Morton, Olney, Francis George R. Smith, a Glasgow lawyer, Klnuey 26 notification speech. The ticket is a good and Wilson will T; D. RANEY, Manager. make speeches for it. Tho Winchester Democrat bays that died from the effects of an operation for one, even if the hf ad has been eome- - Courier Journal. appendicitis at the St. Joseph Infirmary, John Embry bought for Nelson Morris wbat a turncoat in politics, and under Branch Stores: Senator Shelby M. Cullora will make Louisville. in that county export cattle as follows: Eh would command a nUior MrcnmBtancra Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, three speeches in Kentucky in behalf of Fire which broke out in H. O. Mill 01 Joe L. Brown, 207, W. M. Robb, 63; 14 -a: creat many votes, but even its moat ar the republican ticket, in Louisville SepCynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, er'a agricultural store at Klkton, destroy- U R Brown, 100; G. M. Proctor, 43; T. lont nnnnnrtp.r does'not claim that it tember 21; at Bowling Green 22d and at ed it and six other buaineas bouses. Fair G. Barrow, 50; W. H. Renlcic, 50; Thornt Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, Ky., will carry a staple State. JKs Bole object Frankfort on the 23d. and Thad Hampton IS. They will weigh ly covered by insurance. and Mauckport, Ind. is to beat the Chicago nominees, which Judge Joseph Betram, of Wayne The meanest manlurns up in Perm about 1,500 pounds each aud were sold at can only be done by electing McKinley county, is tbe latest boltocrat entry for Ind. He locked his wife and children 4 cents, thus making about $40,000 to and Hobart.the high prieBts of protec- Congressin the 11th Kentucky district, up in his home and kept them there Uo that portion of the county. Roger Gantion that the platform no justly denoun- but old man Unthank, of Pineville, seems days without a bite to eat. non Dougbt in the eastern portion of th ces. to have a cinch on the thankless job. In Boone county, Louis Miller blew county, a lot of 1,100 pound feeders at There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a The statement is authoritatively the top of Jarvis Jackson's head off with 3 cte. Thk G. A. R. men are rapidly folding The Harrodaburg Democrat nays that few suggestions how to deal with "him" seem. very appropriate just beyond made that six of tbe eeven members of a shot gun. They were brothers-in-latheir tenta to march in the great It matters very little whether you believe in the free coinage Simon Weihl bought 131 cattle in Mer- now. Tho report of adjutant general at the en- tbe Kentucky court of appeals are free and quarreled over a trival cause. Samuel Tucker, a Charleston, S. O. cer at 3 85 to 4c and dated to its reporter of silver or in the single gold standard theory. There is a good time Paul last week Bhowa silverites, tbo exception being Judge campment at St. that the number of members June 30, Landes, who was appointed by Gov. Negro, ia wanted for stealing his moth- that $3O0,CO0 worth of fat cattle had benti coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. Hut er's watch and trading it for whisky shipped from the blue grass region in tho it will not come this year; it cannot come; hence all honest people 1896 was 340,610 or 17,029 lees than were Bradley. Gov. Bradley and several of his stall while she was at the point of death. last two weekp, and that there is quite an should be as saving as possible, and above all keep out of debt. reported at the Louisville encampment. In He says view of these conditions, active fueling in cattle now. A Negro tramp got into a refrigeraand 6.094 mem- - went to Cleveland Friday, where the Kentucky has 139 posts will, from hri while Pennsvlvania has dO.Ob governor made a spoech under the aus tor car at Vickiburg, Miss., and was lock- that smaller cattle were in demand dur- this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no acmembers and Ohio 35,020. Maj. Thad. pices of the Tippacanoe club, which en- ed up in it till it reached Maysville, Ky., ing tl o warm weather, but Mince the cool counts for more than 30 days. All accounts will be due on the first He was nearly dead weather commenced the preference ia f ir day of each month, and you need not hunt any further than his S. OlarkBon, of Omaha, was elected comma- tertained the partv rovally, and aroused seven dayB later store his auditors to enthusiasm by his ferved when taken out. , chosColeman it Walter lor the Urgrt ones nder-in-chief and Buffalo, N Y the lowest possible prices on Groceries, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Dry John Holloway, a Louisville Ntgro bouglt a car of hogs at 2J to 2.S-j- one of Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. en for the place of meeting next Septem-ber- . oratory. Afterwards by invitation of If you was adopted strong- Maj. McKinley, the governor visited him jumped into the Ouio river at Maysville aneep at 2 to 21 and another of butci er A resolution want Carpet or Matting, don't buy till you get my prices. Statement ly urging military instruction in public at his home Ht Canton, where they had with suicidal intent. When he struck c ttln at 2 to 2 jc. of your account will be mailed to you on the first day of each month. a private conference. -- Bailey it Drvu had good luck again the water he yelled for help which came schools. Trlb-lile- 's Mr. Wattereon endorses the Indianat tbe Bardstown fair. On W. A. in lime to save him. Thk democratic convention at London apolis ticket and eays it merits the supKate Mallov they took the second It is stated that at the present time nominated James D. B ack, of Barbour-vill- e, port of patriotic voters everywhere for there are 150 railroad in the hands of tio in the $100 saddle ring for etaihonR, for Congress in the 11th district on among the surviving heroes of the war receivers, with 30.000 mils of lines nu mares and gnldiugu, and got the firet in the 10th ballot. S. O. Hardin, of Clin- thoy 6tand $ 1,000,000,000 of investment thonged utility mare ring. On Wlmr-tou'- a One was a ton, Allen Baker, of Clay, and Wni. gallant soldier of the Union, the other iu capital stock and lands. Knob Squirrel, Smith, of Pulaski, were the other candi- was Bn equally gallant eoldier of the A fight occurred at the formation of they took the bluo iu tho general utility dates voted for. Mr. Black is a very pop Confederacy. Thoy join hands to fight a republican club near Greenup J?a'ur-da- y ring. With W. L Evans' Huma they To trade with us. Our goods are desirable, ular man and a brainy one, and would the new sectionalism that menaces the night. As a result Doc Fnllerton won In the aauuiu ring better fill tbe measure of a Ccnzreeaman integrity of the nation. will die, another man is seriously wounc-e- d defeating such cmcUh as Gen. J. B. Cae- g than tho republican contestants or moet jir. uiBvoiano in answer 10 tne reand three others are in jll. tleman'a Crenshaw, Bales it McKlwHine'H any other man that could be named in quest that ho permit the use of hiB Key West is greatly excited over tho and other entries. F. B Twidwell's his distriqt. If Colson and White ooth name for tbo nominatfon at Indianap- report that the Spanish authorities in fl'ly, Pattie, captti'ed the roadhter Give us a share of $ And service prompt and accurate. My judgment and pergonremain in tho race, the probability is that olis, wired: Cuba are plotting the destruction of that ring lor mares any uge, over a field of six your trade and we will convince you. Our al inclination are so unalterably oppos- city by introducing a hand of incendia good ones. They will be at the ho will be elected. old patrons already know it. ed to your auggeotion that I can not for lii'i in tho guise of Cuban sympathizers. fair this week. Less than 10 per cent of tho delegates a moment entertain it." Mr. Combs, a At Delaware, Ky., John Watterson to the Chicago convention had ever be- on being cabled to at Geneva, Switzer- young married man, went to the house esfore acted in that capacity, while it is land, replied: My name has been used of a Mrs. Mills, and was denied admittimated that fully 50 per cent of those to without any authorization or wish of my tance. He attempted to break down tbe the Indianapolis gathering had previous- own. I am not a candidate. Gen. Buck- door and the woman shot and killed fHta&a&H6M5egX ly served in one or more National demo- ner is my friend. Iflwaa in the con- him. cratic conventions. Louisvilie Times. vention I would urge hia nomination." H. Dumois & Co., the largest imporAnd thereby hangB the tale and gives ters of West India fruits 'in America, The New York World has an inter3 the reason. A great many of those view with Maj. John Byrne, president of failed at New York. They give as the WILL CURE wero present at, the latter convention cause of tho failure Gen. Weyler's edict the Democratic Honest men who had been turned down in their who has spent several Money League, prohibiting tbo importation of fruit from Scrofula, Salt Rheum, days out in the effort to go to the former and felt piqued State wnich ehowa he is alarmed over Cuba, where they had vast estates. Sores, Boils, Pustules, and sore over tbe result, hence their bolt. tbe enthusiasm that Bryan has awaken-eJ- . Eczema, Tetter, IARMAND TRADE ITEMS. "Both Central, Western and Northand all diseases of the blood and Hf Thk boltocrat ticket is highly respec- ern New York," says he, "are rotten on There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER injpnees Stock ewes for Bale. F. P. Bishop, " Makes You Well. table and big at both ends, bnt it wont Bllver, and unless something is done we StanforJ. get a eingle electoral vote. It was not will lose the State by 100,000 USTersrt constipation and dysmajority. F. P. Bishop sold to Woods & Lynn Indigestion, nominated with that expectation. Tho Railroad men, farm laborers pepsia, kidney and liver disease and othera of hogs at 2.85. In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. real object is to beat Bryan and as this are wild for Bryan and free silver through a bunch yield to its curative powers and The Jessamine Journal reports sales Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and'jBlacks. Call can be only done by electing McKinley, ignorance and they must be saved by edwhen cured it & of 320 sheep at $2.75 to 43. not a great many democrats will be fool. ucation." oT Keeps You Well. Thompson & Floyd U at once and get pick of the stock. Ed Miller sold to spider invitaIsb enough to accept the Mr. Bryan will reach Kentucky at a geldlcg for f 160. Sold in Lincoln county by ' tion to "walk into my parlor" and encom- Henderson at 2:43 p. si. next Monday, Farria & Hardin sold to Farris & result. pass that W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. where he will make a speech and leave Whitley eix work mules at 155. m " for Louisville by special train, from Penny's Drug Store, E. T. Pence bought in tho East End Tub Park City Timep, of Bowling Craig & Hocker, Green, announces its determination to which he will make short talks at Owens- - 30 extra good calveti at $8 lo $12. W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. bought in tho last few inatead of boro, Hawesville, Cloverportand Irving- Dan Holman support Palmer and Buckner ton. At 8 o'clock he will speak in Lou- days 13 good, smooth yearling cattle at I JL JL. . JLVJL F. B. Twidwell, the Chicago ticket. Courier Journal. Of isville and Tuesday morning go to Lex- 2J to 3c. A. Hammond, Hubble. does. Gov. Buckner owns J. coureo it and sow EaTKAY. Black barrow Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top Tanner Bros., McKinney. of its stock, a )ig majority, since Ed- ington, speaking on route at LaGrango, J. F. Alstott, Powers. itor Lewis couldn't como to time, when Eminence. Frankfort and Midway, Weigh over 200. Left month ago. Rethence going over to Versailles and din- ward. G. B. Cooper. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. the money was demanded. ing with Senator Blackburn, making They are telling on Jim Harper, cf M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Tub mayor and aldermen of Louisville brief addresses thoro, and arrive at Lex- tho West Eud, that he swapped a Yours for Health, didn't purge themselves sufficiently of ington in time to speak at 2 p.m. At 5 mule for a feed basket. James T. Cooke, contempt, bo Judge Toney gave them an- v. si. he will go to Mayaville by special Thomas Nailer, a blacksmith at GlasHarrodsburg, Ky. week ti do so, thereby proving train, epeaking thore at 7 o'clock and gow, Ind., got mad at a horeo he was other Telescope, "Valises and Traveling Bags. that he is quite of the compromising then back to Lexington to take the shoeing and bit one of its ears off. A gentle hors, suitable O A T 17 He ought to order the Southern night train for Harriman, ETlflD kind of judges. Carter &Swope have bonght in this rUUJA OALH. for Udlei and children 10 Alia not ftutl last raacal, of them to be put in jail nod ienn.,and Ashevllio, N. O. Chairman and Garrard counties 20 horses for the rirlvf. ttnd fltirrnv In iroatl nrdtir.Kmmtnon Piano of bed room furniture and an A. K. Donnyis trying to have arrange to I Southern market at an average of 40. . dilatory policy. atop the Forte. Apply to Mrs. M.. J. Collint, Hustonville. l. have Mr. Bryan epeak at Junction City as be passes on the 16th and Is In correspondence to that end. Gkn. Palmer. Following la an extract from a Lonisville letter: Had tbe Indianapolis boltocratio convention taken out a Bearcb warrant it could not have found a man so thoroughly lacking In favor to hundreds of Kentuckiaus is Gon. Palmer, who la at the head of the third ticket. The selection is particularly displeasing to the Confederate element of the democracy in Kenutcky for Geu, Palmer'a treatment of tho Confederate s)ldiors while stationed in Louisville just at the close u( tho war, v as uot of the gentle kind and ho is consequently not held in thfc highest esteem by those whose brothers hi battle he essayed to humiliate. In Louisville are quite n number of who have been influenced by corporations to favor the third ticket movement. and it Is Btatod now tliBt many of them have openly revolted since Geu. PalTho charges mailB mer's nomination. in Louisvilo that several soldiers were wantonly shot dowu in d that city were as they expressed it, after the close of tbe war, and it is said to have been done at the instance of an officer high in authority. Gen Palmer commanded the military department of Kentucky from Feb. 1SC5 to May 1, mui-dere- Robert J. has paced or better. 15 heats in 2:0 i SEE OUR $3.50 PANTS, TAILOR-MADE For Rknt. My farm of 230 acres on tho Knob Lick and Stanford pike, known as tho Harvey Holm farm. Mary F.Uiy ohb, SHOES SHOES SHOES ! ! I ANYTHING IN CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. J. M. Roberts, of Valley Oak, writes that ho will bo at Stauford court day with 25 good steer calves and yearlings for PROFITS ARE DREAMS i- O The Louisville Store jo OF BARGAINS 15th.--Richmo- nd l- p o 02 CONSTELLATION 9 Hen-dric- Percales, Orepons, Double Width Dress Goods, 8jc. Free-for-a- ll 6 o Shoes For Fall Wear, o. three-year-old- s, w 02 ar 1,000-poun- d Em-mu- LOUISVILLE STORE. a 1,000-pounde- rs H w td i- 3 Suggestive TalK on Hard Times. w Jnmcs Frye, Ilustoiivllle, ; 23eJ( repre-tentin- g three-year-ol- I fin TO YOUR ADVANTAGE! I tMeu-year-oi- u Na-bo- th Prices Reasonable, i Eilz-bsthto- wn Cooke's PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Sarsaparilla Jg0500gg05 mmmmgmm FORJDASH ! I I IF'or tlxe ITliirtsr 7Da,3rs, four-year-o- ld i W. E. PERKINS, CrabaOrchard. U T X VWJLJJLjJL U jVMfeflg lA,TrMI?TDO O. 17,-0- 00 TRUNKS! H J. M'ROBERTS. I I t ", .i . lteflSHl,"J'i,'- - t j iiiii ! -- - " 'iHj)M hI Grt your wife a nice Rocker for a blrthdny present at W. W. Withers'. Ninz o'clock Washington Tea at Hlg- II. 0. Ruplky la receiving tbo handglns & McKlnnoyV 9 Stanford, Ky., - Sept. 8, 1896 Eo UunuAim had a vaiuabio mule somest lino of Fall and winter goods ever brought to Stanford. killed by lightning Friday night. Typewriting and stenography promptE. C. Walton, Business Manager. g, re ly UzADQUAhTtfiis for done at this office, by Mies Callio Hor-topairing and engraving at Daltons . Give her b chance. YooBhouM tako your prescriptions to money on family, Wb can save you PennyV drug store whero prompt and Fall line of Zdgler shoes now at ready mixed paints Craig & Ilocker." accurate sorvico is guaranteed. ShaukB. Ztfiglere shoes aro the most Semi-Week- ly Interior JpuuhE Let Danks repair that watrli. " Editor Adams, of Richmond, sava be( is not a fighting man, so ho will make tho Climax prove in court that i n impropriated money of the concern whiie employed by it. - g ' ' watcll-makln- m m ' PERSONAL POINTS. Mies bun Rout ttuut to Llnniotta Springs Friday. Mibh 8ai.uk Duiiubhah went to Uur Kin yesterday to vielt. Mu. M. D. Uariiin, ol Moutlcelto, is visiting ills boiih here. Mita OkesiB Wooih returned to Millers burg Collego joiterilny. Mus. Dii. W. 8. Hkazlky, spent Sunday with tier mother H'fo. Mil. and Mm. C. W. Kiumku returned to Louisville yesterday. Mn. E. R. Davis and family, of Llvlng-stowere hero yesterday. Mn. and Mas. J. A. Doddkiiaii aro friends in NichoUtville. Miaa Doha Badoidian orrived from Danville yesterday to attend school. Mica Margaret Mason, of Lancaster, is tbo guest of Mirs Bessie Richards. Mrs. A. A. McKinnzy and Miss Edna Courta went to Louisville yeBterday. Mhs. Dh. J. M. Owinb, ollSomersot.is V eltiDK her;brother, Mr. 8. M. Owons. Db. W. N. Craio and family are boarding with Mr. and Mra. W. II. Wearen. Mm. N. A. Tyrzx, of Stanford, is visiting relatives at Winchester. Democrat. Mua Jknmr Haooiiman, of Danville, a visiting her onnt, Mrs. Elizt Baugh-man, vis-itln- Juikik R. J HitkCKiNiiiDds will be here on the 23d to answer young Douglas. 1 - Auction will begin Ht 0 o'clock a. m , V. II. Wearen Monday, Sept. 1, 1S0O. A Co. . m Tub largest, freshest and bent stock ol candies always at Biggins & McKin-ney'CoIIhih, Hhihcc, llnun.rs, Pads, Trace Chains, Ac, at cost at Warren A Shanks'. Hack-briiidB, s. g Work of repairing the water works dam was begun yesterday under charge of Mr. E W. Smith. a ii 4C J. G. Martin has been appointed Huston ville Fair. Tho stockholders naut Hoi roes lost Lis bold on the parapostmastor atSaufley, this county, vice of the Uustonville fair met Saturday af chute, while descending from a balloon, A. T. Martin, resigned. ternoon, but adjouned until yesterday, and was dashed to pieces. Ho Bays the All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Pricx reduced on woven wiro and oak in order to see further about the grounds. sight sent n thrill of borrow through the slat fence, the most economical fence in The date has not been definitely fixed large crowd, which waa not apparently OUR STOCK OF the market. A. 0. Sine. experienced by a female aeronaut, who but it will likely be Oct. 1, 2 and 3. was also to make an ascension. She was Evbkviiody here celobrated Labor day sewing up a rip in her balloon when the At tho cake walk at Llnnietta Springs by laboring hb usual except the Friday evening Mr James Shelby and catsstropho occurred and when told of it bankers, who took the day ou". Miss Bobb, of New Orleans, were award- sho kept on sewing and said: "That wont Tiik Q. A 0. will not give the river ex- ed the firnt prizo, a large cake, and W. make any difference in my business, I Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the cursion next Thursday, as the body of B. We-i-- n and Miss Eva Lammore, of am going up all the same," and she went. residue . the notice stated, by mistake of the rail- this place, were given tho Bccond, a five- A Bryan Club wnn over 100 members road. pouixi box of candy. was organized at Uustonvilln Saturday Spkakinci. Messrs. T. M. Goodknlght, night, writes Mr. Will R. Williams. Mr. Just 2J. After cutting their Btock in Mb. T. A, Rice returned to New Orof the NaJ. K. Robinson and others will speak at two and paying no dividend on the rest Jeese P. Riffe, will not go leans, Ratuiday. Mrs. Rice Hright'H school-hous- e near Hubble tional Bank here, was elected president, You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. for a year two, the First National Bank till Oct. 1. Sam Reid, Thursday night, next. and Will R. of Fort Scott, Kansas, Win. Ohenault, Misses Maouiz and Lillik Sihhiasb, Williams, eecretnry. They expect to Stephen A. Do colas, the degonerate president, surprised and gratified its double this number by of Lancaster, are guests of Mra. Sim next Saturday's son of the noble sire whose namo he stockholders hero yesterday by sending meeting. Hon. M. F. North addressed Wortham. Mn. and Mrs. Manlky Tyiizk arrived bears, will speak for the republican tick- them checks for n 2 per cent dividend tho club in an able and acceptable mandeclared July 1. But even these email from Ollntou, Tenn,, yesterday on a visit et at Stanford, Sept. 23d. ner, as wsb indicated by the rousing apfavors are thankfully received. to relatives. plause. Strong resolutions were adopted Mit. Sim Woiitiiam has a largo and Mrs. Fanniz Giikkn left yesterday to Tub Stanford Female College opened endorsing tho Chicago platform and muskmolon and visit her daughter, Mrs. G. P. Taubman, growing on thu same vine, so a yesterday with 75 pupils and a fine pros- trimming the pinions of tho McKinley-iteocralat Newport. who aro about as scarco in the pect for a largo increaBO. Misses Mary us. It is a Fact that the Largest and Best Stock of OLKiiKxsJRocii, ol Madison, Ind , is truthful maninforms Cowen, of Batavia, 0.,and Emma Mar- West End hb gold. spending a few daja with his brother Taxes. Tho ux books are ready and tin, of Gallatin, Tenn , wero on hand at Commuted -- In response to their reMr. 0. K. Koch. your taxes are duo and unpaid. By set- the opening, looking ail the better for quest to decide the fate of Anthony At Mies Alms U. Brown, who tins been tling at once you will tuvo yourself both their vacation. Miaa Mary Harris, of corn, who visiting friends in Garrard, retumed to expeiice and trouble. T. D. Newland, Virginia, wbb to have died yesterday for Wall Paper, Window Shades and Picture Frames are locatedat Stantho othor teacher from a dip- tho assassination of his father June 2d, ford, midway between Louisville and Knoxville. The thousands of Friday. Louisville sherifi. tance, wan to arrive on the 3:15 a. m. . before he left for Ohio, Gov. Bradley tel- people who have traded in this money-savinMit. akdMkk. W. M. Fiki.us, of Livhouse will shout the All persona Holding claims against train this morning. . egraphed Col. T. P. Hill und the writer tidings ingston, are guents of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0 neat and far that this is the place to buy goods at par. Lincoln county will please file same on Martin at May wood. Declarbd Inba.se. Oharlea Hewitt, Friday morning: "Alcorn's aentence who has been or before Sept. 20th, ISOfl. as no claims Misa Mag(iizPlkasants, of Mr. Joe II. Rout, was de- commuted." Ho alao through Assistant be filed after that date. Jamea F. the guest ol Misa Annie Taylor, returned can clared insane by a jury Saturday. Some Secretary of State E D. Guffy, telegraphCummins, clerk. to Grab Orchard Friday. IS inonthB ago he suffered sunstroke, but ed Sheriff T. D Newland to the ramo ef- Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture. Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, Mr. J. M. McRodbhts apent a few days &c, Stanford, Ky. Miss not until last Wednesday did he show fect, saying that proper papers bad been Frank Atkins took his daughter, last week with the families of his eon Annie, and Misses Mattie Huckner and anv BigcHof a loss of mind. Since that forwarded by uiHil. J. F. Cummins, and daughter at LaGrange. Lula Wade over lo Frankfort yesterday time, however, ho lias been nncontrol-labi- e county clerk, went with Deputy Jailer K. D. Scott, of Lexington, spun) to enter them in the State Normal School Mr. and imagining that some one is G. W. DeBord, Jr , to acquaint the Negro several days here on a visit to one of the for colored people. after him, he would run until he was of hia good fortune, aid to see the effect best looking widows in town. almost exhausthd. Deputy Sheriff R it would have on him, Mr. Cummins Tur. Stock Farm copien our ijotico of M. Newland and Will Cordler took him Bttid: "It's all over with you, Anthony, Miea Lucillk Me.nkkkk went to Georgetown Sunday to enter college. Her the death of Mrs. Lee Myera' old Betsy, to the Lexington asylum. the governor says you muit die Mon which foaled 25 colts and says that the brother, Sm, accompanied her. day." The boy made no reply aud look-Mr. Scott Farria, Well Preserved should 1 utterly unconcerned Mn. and Mrs. SiirlhyTkvih uud child horsemen of Lincoln county Then they road n turfman of Crab Orch- the real dispatch and still there was no tho ren, of Lincoln county, spent last week place a monument over her grave. Shoes that spot cash will buy and sell them at the Loward, ia onu of the beet preserved ninn for response or visible siun of feelinif. "What Ht Spring H ill. -- Woodford Suu. est spot cash prices. See those pretty new Fall A. B. RoiiKiiTtio.s A Biio., of Danville, his sgo in the country. He will be 03 MisaltBHTix F.micii, who has been visalwnya the first in the market, announce Oct. 17 and is yet as active as a boy of 15. styles in Ladies' and Gentlemen's iting Mrd.J. U. Buughman, left Saturthat their fad goods have already arrived He is a little heavy to ride in a race, but day to attend cho Cook County Normal and have been marked down to hard If ho can't get a jockey to suit him ho School nt Chicago. time pne e, some of which wo will doesn't mind straddling a thoroughbred ComI'tmriDkKT F. P. Comhmt, o thu give in our next issue, and which will himself and riding him to victory. He mercial Bank of Liberty, and Mr. J. P. astonish the natives. has been sick very little and doesn't Goode and Walter Greening, of Huston-vill- o, We have Shoes fpr everybody, all sizes, ages and condiwere heM yesterday. KimwroakthN. Miss Mollio Burdett know what hoidacbe and toothache tions. Dr. Wm. SimtroN went to Louisville hns arrived, bringing with her her little mean. His teeth are all sound and he (ley, niece, Murv Burdett, daughter of Mr. hasn't had one pulled for 50 years. In Friday. His grandson, Shelton Sail accompanied him and went on to Fulton, George 1). Burdett, and will this morn- fact, ilia teeth are eo strong and good ing begin her kindergarten school in one that ho can lift as much witu tlioiu hb Mo., to enter a college there. Also a lot of slightly New Fall styles in Kid Gloves. Dn.O. ll.McRoiiEKTsandMr. A. Pryor of Mr. A. J. Eirp's rooms ou Lower Main he can with his hands. The little old man has Been lota of this world and has Young, of Liberty, wero here Snndny street. damaged Gloves. $1 and $2 goods, at 50c per pair. had au hard n time as the next one, but end yesterday. Tno latter came to be Fair. -- Sam Magev, who was down with good health and n light heart, he treated by Dr. J. G. Carpenter. from L union u few das ago, tells us tint bus pulled through it all and is yet on Mn. I. 8. Phillips returned from Cintho f ait at hit) town cleared about $700. top. cinnati Saturday wtiere had been for a The Liberty fair stockholders weren't so t We are making the lowest prices ever made in Stanford Speaking at Okau Orchaud. A large month under tho treatment of a doctor fortunate, but on tho contrary they wero on Cottons. for cancer of the eye. Ho was greatly very unfortunate, having lost nearly 8 and enthusiastic crowd gathered at Crab benefited. Orchard Saturday afternoon to hear on the f 10 share. New Penangs and Percales in great variety. Mks. Liezib Si'OONamohk, of ludepend Hons. John B. Thompson and Robert John B. Thompson will beard thu lion Harding speak. 'Sqlre Edmiston'a storeence, Mo., who has been visiting her ANTHONY ALCORN, rolatiyea In this Bectlon for some time, in his den hero next Monday, if that an- room was used, but was far from being 117(0 will Spend lm Life in Prison. left for home yesterday. Robert Spoona-mor- o imal doesn't flee to tho mountains of equal to the occasion. In fact, hardly accompanied her. Uepsidam. But whether hois here or half of the crowd could gain entrance. Mr. W. II. Wbahzn, one of the moat not Mr. Thompson will speak and proba- Mr. Harding spoke first and made an el- do you think of il?" was finally asked enthusiastic Knight of Pvthiaa in the bly bring another democratic orator with oquent plea for the cause he loves bo him, when he answered "That's pretty good." That afternoon Deputy R. M State, la a candidato for Grand Master at him, possibly Judge Tarvin. well. He is one of the original tree Newland bad business in Danville and Arms, lie la one of Diadem Lodged of this section and is one of the Uonstaulb Benedict makes a good bfet posted men on the subject in the took him tLere expecting the papers Lodgo'a representative to the Grnnd and thing on his contract with tho L. A N. to State. For more than two hours he held would arrive in time to take him to the meeting ut Covington Sept. arrest all the tramps he finds on freight d will be presented there. nnd still there penitentiary, at once, but they didn't bis name his audience Mn. W. G. Lackby left Saturday for trains and take them bofora a justice. If were those who Insisted that he keep on. and he loft him In jail thero till Saturday Elizabethtown from whenco ho will go they nre convicted the company pays Ho was followed by Mr. Thompson, who when the papers having arrived he took $1.60 and the law gives him $1 for him to Frankfort. There is somo talk to St. Louis to practice law with a rela- him said at the outset that the ground had already established in busi the arrest. Tho other day ho got nine at been bo well covered by Mr. Harding that tho reas in of the haste in taking tive, who la from here was fear of a mob, but ness, E. A. B. GareBche, Esq Mr. Lackey one time and Friday night he took in that there was little left for him to say, him three. Of tho latter two were fined and that is bosh. A good many people ia a most excellent as well as a very cap he found something to talk about sent to jail, the other wsb let off with one but for an hour or more he received the thought he ought ti be hung, but they ablo young man and will doubtless sue cent and costs, which tho Odd Fellows, and dldn t want it done bad enough to do it ceed and rise rapidly In his chosen profes attention of his hearers. While he finding that he was a brother in good rapt themselves. Tho largo number of peo and figure" speaker to some filon. standing, paid and also bought him a iaafact pie who know the stupidity of the Negro extent, he has a remarkably happy way ticket to Jellico. CITY AND VICINITY. and keeps hia audience and of the circumstances leading up to nf tnllinc them tho killing think that commuting the Insank. 0. 0. Colraesnll, of Louis- in a good humor by an occasional anec sentence to lifo imprisonment was the School clocks $ I each. Danka . ville, who married Miss Saunders, of dote. His speech was a splendid effort Bargains in guns at Craig A Uock. Crab Orchard, and who wag for many and will have n telling effect. He eym proper course for Gov. Bradley to pursue and are commending him for the act. years a mail messenger ou the L. & N., DBthizcd with hia opponent and friend, This gives the Negro the benefit of the Judge Davison, who was wrestling with doubt as to Ida mental rf sponsibihty and Dauks Bella Sterling silver SpOODH has been adjudged insane and ordered to the asylum. Some registered letters thot ' aristocratic" disease, hay fever, subserves every end of justice. cheap. wore taken from bis car at Rowland sev- and hoped that ha would soon bo well Taijlbts and Bcbool supplies at Craig A eral years ago, and although ho claimed enough to meet him in debate. "I like NEW ADVERTISEMENT. Hocker'e. that ho bad been robbed, he was unable the judge," said he, "and we'll make the long looked for Hbapquautbrs lor fine perfumes. to eubstantiate It, and ho was discharged. welkin ring when the of October arrives." From Crab C A T T or ' h,vo received a Freth The matter weighed heavily on hia month Craig A Uockcr. Oii Li 1 . Salt and will tell Seven Buibel mind and the last time ho was in Stan- Orchard Mr. Thompson went to Jackson UarrcU at $1.40. Iiaac Hamilton, Rowland, Ky. will bo here today to Mbb. M. Coultkh ford, he gave evidences that it was near- and was to have spoken there yesterday. Embroidery. A poilUon m clerk or to do civo lessons In ly gone. The Times says that of late he Ho will make an active canvass from 1 Cj LJ. any kind of work that ia speak several more YYAll e houorablt ahd profitable. Am willing to work now on and will almost cold enough for frost baa been loafing about the tt for a mall talarj until I prove mviclf fit lor mercury going arguing free silver and writing threaten- - times in this county, including next position. Recommendation irWca if deiircd. the J' vesterday morning, the J3 51 D n Aicx Stephenson, Stanlord, Ky. Monday here. st .,..., iw ,n neiohborhood of the 40a. I ing letters. uunu hard-work- ed 25 -- Sheriff T. D. Newlnnd has tho gallows on which Anthony was to have been hung to tho band boyB, tho lumber which enclosed it to George B. Wearen and has shipped tie rope back to the Cincinnati firm lie comfortable, most stylish, most durable bought it from He figures that the aud the cheapest. preparing to hungihe Negro after thesedeductious are made will beon-l- y Mies MaimiaiietInolks, of Paris, has about 525. written for a date to speak here for BryThk Bryan club at Urab Orchard added an and Free Silver, but the committee CO moro nntnee during him not answered her letter. thu lust w...b making the membership over 200. Dr. Bhot Pardoned. John Murphy, who Pettun, the president, is one of the most Frank K'lia here, and was given a year euthusiBBlicBrjnu men in tho county in the penitentiary, was pardoned yes- and is equally as warm for Mr. Thompterday. He served less than two months son. He thinka the Kst End will make 9 Caution. Since w use nothing but n good showing in November, while select wheat, and guarantee every pound Chairman J. E Carson is sitislled that of our flour, you should insist on having we will not only carry tho East End, but our goods Some other mills are grind- every other end ing smutty and musty wheat. J. II Killed Mr. W. L. Evans was nt the Bdughman A Co. Bardstown fair, Friday, when the Aero- About AUCTION! MONDAY, SEPT. 14, 1896. Every Thing in Stock is Offered. H. WEAREN & CO. H. G. RUPLEY, n. Bold A'-co- rn m TflE MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving his SUMMER GOODS - n, ... AT IMm THAN W. P. TATE, CO! To vice-preside- Stanford. ed pome-granit- es IT IS A FAOT. g s ... Furniture, Caskets, Coffins and Carpets, hi m m m ... son-in-la- w W. W. WITHERS, -- s5ir: S3Sci3a5555S5n ... m o We Buy the Best well-know- SHOES. KID GLOVES, Cotton Goods. SEVERANCE & SON. ... es 15-1- 8, spell-boun- t T . I I Car-Lo- ad I I hon-ta- t, court-hous- 1 t- "" -- '' ""i" ' '""HJ" ' mi i"it"Mtj. mm run i" rSp- lJMitl,ili :yT - ... .tiff - : 1&T'titft in 'Hill Vl'nli.i,r , ap n,.j, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journui AT - Published Every Tuesday and Friday 98 FjffiR YKAK MTWhen not so paid IN- ADVANCH S2.60 will be charged K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains ear o Stanford al 7:10 a, m., and p. m., returning at 4:30 p. m., and 9:10 p. m. 1 4:05, L.&N. Nc.sj, ' LOCAL TIME CARD. .......... . 37P m 3 a rn .mmH 04 p m 3 1 No. Mi Train going North " " No, 16. " ' South ... No. tj, ti " .... .......... ojpm QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City at follows: No. x South ......1 a 07 p ra No. t North ..3 It a candidate fer Congress It? thlt, the Eighth Havln e bOUPht Of I. V A.lam. M. rvt September two young Aj Executor of John M. Hall, deed., I will tell at ford county court day la Colt and two splendid Dtttrict, subject to the action of the Democratic and good will at Rowland, Ky.,I will continue the Horses, a Mare and Mule Party. public auction In front of the court-hous- e Mou- - Milk Cows. niut 1. Opening Exercises. O. J CROW, Agent. will have charge of it as he is well known In that ' dar, a lot of ?.' . PJ sua ,89t county court moit of which 2. Welcome Atldreep, N. Singleton. iiousonoia endoltheeoimly. Kitchen t urnlture, Is in good repair. SAM W. A. HAIL, Exor. J. II. HIOOINS. 3. Response, H. 8. Young. Is a Caididate foi WrKf of Lincoln County, sub4. Method of Promoting Order I will take all the hliiet I can get in ject to the action 01 toe democratic pa ty. HIDES. forcath or !u I r.H f A, latli nn School, Wui. Bflftin. As Kxccutoit of tho estate of J L Dawton, deed., court days al Stanford or at my home In Otten-helwe will on Chas, Lnn.lin, Tanner 5. Methods of Teaching Primary Pum I desire to rent for tho year tflg; two adjoining pils. 1st, farms about miles East of Moreland. in LinIs a candidate for Superintendent Pu bile Schools I Writing and Spelling, coln county, one containing no acres and the oth(a) Reading, er 160 acres. About 30 acres on each larm to go in At his late residence, sell at public outcry to the of Lincoln County, subject to the aiction of the Mrs. Bollard. uemocraiic party. corn an 1 about 35 acris In each to go In small highest biJder, grain; balance in grass. Doth farms well watered. I am back from the citiet with everything that (b) Number?, Mien Alta Hicks. 1) welling house ot 7 rooms on no acre tract and Is new and prettr In the Millinery Itiie. a vitit Two Hundred (c) Languoge, Miss Norn Hubble. also good tenant houie. Dwelling house of four S. to my store will convince yeu that thlt stock Is rooms on 16s acre tract. God barns and Rood Of hue Hanging Fork land. Thlt land it tittialed ruutt complete. (d) Geography, L. C. Gooch. Is a candidate for Aitraior of Lincoln county, th. outbuildings on both. They will be rentci sepa Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. In a good c mmumty, 4 miles North of Stanford, ratelyor together, either (e) Physiology, J. M. Acton, on the Stanford and D.nvil e pike. It i in a fire subject to the actios ot the democratic party MISS L1CCIE IIKAZLKY, E54 J. M. CARTER, SR., Moreland, Ky ttateof cultivation, mostly la grass, anil is well Stanford, Ky 0. Advanced Spelling. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION, Program of the Meeting at Waynesburg, S?it. 19, Beginning at 0:30. Public Sale. Good Stook For Sale. If not fell at privately bclore, sold I will Stan- J. B. THOMPSON, W. MENEFEE NOTICE 1 Pl. Executors' Sale of Land 1896, Two Farms For Rent. Thursday, Oct. About GARLAND SINGLETON TO THE LADIES Acros FRANK GREEN i .1 " " 3 S .1 " ......u.09 a m " ......ii-3- am " 8.35 pm " S Nora. No. 4 and s ar than Junction City. All traint stop there. ..1.00 p m o " ..3.15 a m ' 10 .6.00 a m and o and 10 run no fur- 4 (ipn ROYAI Illi POWDER A cream of tartar der. Highest of Absolutely Puro.l strength. Latest Report. BOYAL BAKING POWDERICO. New York. -- after the sale and entire posiettion an. 1, 189? Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub8. Arithmetic. Tcrrai- -- The aKove will be told for one third ject to the action of the democratic party. for fencing. All kinds ot lumber for building pur poses; alt3 boards and shingles. All persons de cath, to be paid Jan 1, 1897; the balance In and (a) Longitude and Time, J. W. Thomp- siring any article or Office over McRoberts Drug Store In the Owsley this kind can call on me at 3 Yean, enua) installment!. A bond with atmim. ed tecunty, bearing interett frpm day of sale, mutt mv store near Cedar Creek. son. Building. be given by the purchaser. Lien retained on land Juoet6,'9. G.W SINGLETON. 3Jtf (b) Percentage, J. W. Acton. L. L. DAWSON, fordefeircdaiymeitt. I candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, J. 11. BRIGHT, U. Composition, Miss Lula Hicks. subject to the action of the democratic parly. Executors. lour tupport it earnestly solicited. 10. History, George R. Tubbs. At Administrator ol Mrt. Mary A, Daw on deDstirable Suburban Homo, Containing T.n 11. GoogrAphy, Miss Anna Gooch. ceased, I will at the tame time and place sell the "" i.anu, ror naie. . Hat on It a rood, com ... following propeity: Ik 12. Civil Government, Miss Annie A. ll. .u.i.ui. uweiung 01 bis Koomi, and all n.cesasry Cow and Calf. Household and Kitchen Fnrni. I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will It a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln County, oulbuildinss. On. yard hydrant and one for wa. ture, Beds and Bedding, Sheets, Blankets. Pillow subject to the lerlng itock. alto a tplenJid, never falling wrll. keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, to you get such action of the democratic party. Slips, Shams, &c, things or further particular, apply to 13. What Necessary Modification of as you want at the lowest poislbls prices for Cash. to mention. Termsand otherknown ontoo numerous made day ol sate. Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, opposite J AS. I'. BAILEY, W. L. DAWSON. Aomr. State Program, H. 8. Young. Roller Mills. J. U. HIOGlNS. 3 Htanfoid, Ky. Stantcrd, Ky. 37 14 District Library, A. M. Warren. On the same day I will tell some of mv person Is a candidate for Astewor of Lincoln Couuly, ally, co titling of too thockt of Corn, a nice lot of 15. Compulsory School Law, IntroduC' .Millet May in stack, 1 bow and l'igi, 7 fat Ho(t, tubject to Ihe actlou ct the democratic party, ami earnestly aiks your lupport. a Cowt and Calves, 1 rockawsy rtorie, 1 harness ed by T. H. Singleton, followed by gener Mare, Buggy and Harnett, Surrey and Harness. al diecussion. m v "on, nice lot ot Poultry, lloutehold 1 I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory. ond Kitchen I urnilurc. Tcrmt made known on Mis3 Kate Blain, Pres. DEALER IN Ic. regularly every morning, Price day of tale L. L DAWSON T. H. Singleton, Vice Pres. It a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic ptny. Thinking the 100 Pounds Over 40c por 100. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Southern end of tbe county it entitled to a slice Bucklln'e Arnica Salvool the pic be aiki your lupport. o and loo Ibt at tiAinrVraon?t The best salve in the world for cuts, bruMess mutt poiitlvelr be uaid th. flnt nfUcln. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ..rh tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapE, BREMER. And ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions baking pow- at positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is GLASSWARE, &c. money tatltfaction Iuaranteed to give It a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln, subject to all in leavening refunded. Price 35 pcriectper box. Forortale by As executor of James A. Harris, dtceated, I the cestt action of the democratic party, lie kindly & will on United StaiesGov-eminen- t W. B. McRoberts druggist. atkt your tupport 1 with frame ell. a 4bod one. with necesssrv out (a) How Conduct Recitations, Mies buildings Convenient to school, only about aeo 1 Minnie Condor. )ardt awav, and a No. Burr Water Mill adjoining the lanu (b) What of Diacritical Marks, Mies All persons desiring Locust Potts for plank ne Land will be offered at a whole and then in fence, post and railing or wue fence, can fiDd two parcelt of about 100 Acres each and which Lula Adams. what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on ever way amouutt to the moil will he accepted 7. Penmanship, Garland Singleton. the pike leading from Crab Orchird to Stanford rntsesiou irr tecuinir, purposes win d given day 1 3sroTiazi fenced. The dwelling is a story and half brick J. I IIOLDAM Is candidate for Astettor of Lincoln county, subject 10 the action of the democratic party. a A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, 1 SAMUEL M. OWENS I alto keep always on hand a good suppty of plank Stanford, Ky. EMMETT SIcCOKSlACK M. y. COAL -- ! FOE SAliB. F. ELKIN .""".. . JOE T. EMRRY C. G. J. K- VanArsdale, ICE). and -- BAKER - Executor's Sale of Land Personal Property. WILLIAM MORELAND btn SHELBY SHELBY, DIEt. W. Hfj J B. pieaTirsr, wwvrr of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommend ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rivet Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succetding la grippe. Terrible paroxisms of coughing would last for hours with little intermission and it seemed as if she c.uld not turvive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; It was quick in ltstrork and highly satisfactory in results1' Trial bottles free at W. B. McKobcrts' Drug Store. Regular siza 50c and $1. From a letter Marvelous Results. Good Goods written by Rev. J. Gunderman, at the Lowest Prices. Thursday, Sept. xj, 1896, On the piemlses at the la'e residence of James A. Harris, tell at public outcry to the aighe.t bidder about Be Sure to Give Eiin a Call. Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Junction City, Flrst-Clsti Kontuckv. Superior Plumbing! Ba workman of W Dciitlst, Office on : Stanford, Ky. Lancatttr Street, at Retidence, t House. Stanford, Office on Attorney at Law, - - Kentucky. ES Collections receive especial attention. Lancaster Street, opposite the Court J. T. : STTTTOTT, UNDERTAKER, : 1 Electric Bitters is a medicine suited foranv season, but perhaps more generally needed in the Odorless Closets, Frost-Proo- f rripjr, when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and Pipes, Porthe need of a tonic and alterative is felt A prom p Use 01 this medicine has otten averted long and celain jBath Tubs perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteiuctlng and freeiog the A specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO svstem from the malarial poison. Headache, inNONE. Gilt edge reference in and out digestion, constipation, dlzzintts yield to Elecirie Diners, umy 50c per bottle at w. u. .McnoDeitt ol the State Atk your Danville drug ttore. frlendt about my wolk. 1. m SENT IT TO HIS MOTHER IN GERMANY. F. Mr. Jacob Esbensen, who is In the employ ol the Cnicaco Lumber Co., at Drs Moines, Iowa, Clemens House DinviUe, Kjr. says "I have just sent seme medicine buck to my ... p mother in the old country, that I know from personal use to be the best medicine in the world f.r rheumatism, bavin? used it in my family for several years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It always does the work. For sale by Craig Jit Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Electric Blttors. 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Water Water Residence Houie In Stanford, with 350 Acres on sam lot. lor sale. The lot contains S, acre, andean be eauly divided, pulling s The land Is In two tractt, one of about 310 acres and retidence on tcparale Ion. At reat.n-abl- e and the other ol 40 acres. Thii land is situprice and tu easy terms. Ant.lv to ated about three miles Wett of Stanford on ihe . N. SAUNDERS, Stanlord, Ky. Jltl Maniord .V Mllledgeville turnpike, is in a high state ol cultivation, now mostly in gran and it well fenced but contain! no otner improvements It adjoint the dwelling touie tract of too acrct. i'osictiion fo teediBg purpo.es will be gireu alter day ol sale and full potiesiton not later than Jan Blue-Gras- Fine s Land. A cod atore-hout- e store-bout- Turnouts, Piompt Attention, Very KeatooaMs Kates. A nartlou or vo.ir 1. ' , tcipectlully tohclitd. q,, 0-- ,,.. THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, T. CLARKE. Hull-Jin?- , alto sell at sane time about 30 head of horses and broud mtr the latter bred to jacki, mule colts, 6 a wulei, 4 work wulet. lack, a lot of pearling and xra jyear-oold cattle, a lot ef hoj, milt cows, hay and ihell ed oatt and about 400 bairelt of new core, and also a lot of larmiag Implement! and wagont, c, such at are uiually found upon a well regulated farm and alto al snares of stock in Maniord ft kaou Lick pike and iharctut stock Ij Stanford & Mil ledgevilie pike 'Ikkms The land will lie sold for one. third cash, balance in 11 and 18 months, with Interett Irom day oliilc; aeenred by lien on the land. On perssnalty All sumt tinder 5io caiti. ovr that ameunt a credit ol inreo menthi. nolr 10 lx ear- cuted on day ot s I with apt roved pert.nal secur ity, bearing Interest from day of safe 1 W 1, iu; will JOSITSOIT, Come One, Cojtld All. M. W. Agent The It f6r r, jrtM 1 And tee the new Hats at Mn. Dudderar's Temo I Kathloa this week New Leinn, smmv 1'auanus ail the sew Persian effects In Flowers and Ribbons HadtiVOMe goods bnl Low Pilcei Drett making done in tlia Utett Mile anil on then M. D. DUDDKKAK. notice. MRS. KAIK DUDDEKAR. pi, New York Li:e Ins. Co. And Tbe Aetna Accidont Insuranco Company. Best athl M0.1 favorable Termt el Inursace MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS ml-a- n J. T. JOKES. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. All roots painted with Dean's Mack Diaiaond Paint guaranteed fur years Ileatin in tern Pumps and (jalvanncd Iron IMters,bett lit. Ualvaa-Ise- d and Black lioa Roofing of all kindt. si tt Sole aiHi. 1TOEL & DEALERS SOIT, IN COAL, S. T. D Englith, Auctioneer T. HARRIS, Executor HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. All fire inaurnncu policies in Nicho-leavil- le will be cancelled October 1 if beOffers his services o the eople of Wett Lin-u- ll coin and Casey Counties. F stock of Coffins fore that time the city does not arrange and Catkett always on hand. D. ti. Carpenter, Manager, for a water supply. To secure insurance 95 Near Railroad Croistng, Eait of Depot, STANFORD, KY. Good, Clean, Cheap In exchange. Corn and Hay taken Come and see u. PUBLIC SALE. Al Assignee ot Beailey Brat, and Mrt Beatley, I will, on M In Lincoln county, Ky.atA per cent , it nual interett, no commitilon charged. Addrett GEO VY. DAVY. Room 17, Kenyen Building, Loultville, Ky For blauk applications and fur ther Information, Inquira olj.N. Saunders, Attorney, Stanlord, Ky. 1 proprietor r.Himal.t luroi.hcU for palnt.nK Wovrf, MeUt and lion Rood. Sslitlaction auaranteed 1 Deao't Black Diaoond Root A, BARKER HOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, witbont water tbe property owners will be compelled to pay double tbe present rate. In a recent letter to the manufacturers, Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the Spectator, Rushlord, N, St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Ky. -- TUESDAY, SEPT. is, 1896 On their premises, one mile Irom Stanford on the Ituitonvillo turnpike. sell publicly the life-ctta- CRAB ORCHARD NOW OPEN. 01 !iti. si. a. iitariey in SPRINGS e FIRST NATIONAL BANK ;OF STANFORD. KY. THE HI Aciiw Growlnit Corn, HO of OatH, STANFORD, KY. Wnjjonw, full Oof XJnrloy, 2 Hones handled under Saddle and In Harnrss, Hot jrurmlsiiplumtMitH, Aio. and prepared lor sale. Flrtt-claroaditeri and Terms made known on day ol sale. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better From all accounts, Chamberlain's Cough Rem. taddlert bought and sold on commission Good than ever to accommodate the public edv li a Godsend to the afflicted. There It no ad hall mile trick and bett stables in the country. 8 aStd J.B PAXTON. Assignie. ood Livery attached, and every convenience da vertitement about this ; we jutt feel like saying it. Give me a call. sirsd. The Deroccrat, Carrollton, Ky. FRANK RILIY. 77 The big, hearty, healthy man is a continual ir- John B. Osi'eirau. A. G. I.anham "tatlon to his dyipcptic friend. Constipation is inerooioi nine lenmaoi inesicKiicss 01 men. 11 can be cured easily, naturally and quickly Na ture is continually working as bard as she can to BY Y , says.-"I-t may be a pleasure to you to know the high esteem in which Chamberlain's medicines are held by the people of your State, where they must be best known An aunt of mine, Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. who retides at Dexter, I0W4, wat about to visit meafewyeais tince, and before leaving hone Remodeled and refurultheU throughout, Large wrote me, atking if they were said here, stating and Commodious Sample Rooms. that if they were not she would bring a quantity Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. with her, as she did not like to be without them." Prompt and polite service to guetta. 47 The medicines relerred 10 are Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures ot colds and croup; Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame back, pains in the side and chest, and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fur bowel complaints. Thcie medicines have been in constant' use in Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. The people have learned that they are F. B. UIL.EY. Proprietor, articles ot great worth and merit, and unequaled by any other. - - For sale by Craig & Hocker, Htanlord Ky. Somerset, - - Kentucky. on And alio 1 o. the remainder interett in same s belonging to l'eazley llrot of the We want to give those who owe us fair warning remainder are owned by other persons who will, at ok that we shall give them two weeks more to settle a Ulr price, convey their intervals to the purchaser up uith us, and if they do not come up in that ci tbe above, and tho residue of the remainder It A bond will be time, wc shall put their accounts in the hands of owned by a minor 10 years old an officer. MERSHON A GREEK. given the purchases that, on attaining her majority, she will couvey her In'.creit to him at same rate the rest of the land sells. Alto a tract of New Uusic, New Clefs. CARROLL DAILKV. DOC IIRTK Two-eighth- CSTFAIR WARNING. 83 ACRES OF LAND, a Present Engagements Give Prom-is- Capital Stock Surplus Largest Attendance for Years. New Ideas, 8100,000 - 23,700 RILEY HOUSE Traininj; and Sale Stable ii BAXIiET cfc DRYB, Proprietors 13 OP .L,A.r:L, Belonging to Betiley Bros , adjoining the above, originally a pari of the tame tract Oooddwelling and out buildings on the tract. Also 1 O COWH, JiO titoolC IIOLIM, Uf WRITE FOR TERMS. CUS HOFMANN, Proprlotor. London. Kentucky. Linniefta Zptinj Junction City, Ky. New Management, Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. The moit accessible Summer Resort In Ken tucky. The greatest diversity ot Mineral Watert to be found any where. While Sulphur, Black Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Magnesia, Salt, Alum, Ac, In an abundance. Hopi every Friday nlht Alutic by splendidof orcheitra. Write lor Circular and Analrsls walcrt. Table lint OYAt, UNDERTAKING -- ted. Under Ihe provisions of the National Bank ar secured not only by th capita) nock, but by Ihe stockholders' liability lor aa amount equal to the slock, so that depoiitort Ol Ihlt Intlltution are tecur.d by a fund of $400,000. firs sworn tlatements of thecondition of the bask are mad each yearto the United Slam gov.ia-mand lltattcts are tiamlntd at slated times by government agents, thus securing addilitona and perfect safety to depositors. This inititutioa, originally eiubllthed as th Deposit Dank of Stanford In i8jS, then ltd aa the National Bank ol Stanford in iSot and again as the Pint National Baa!: of Stanford In iblt, hat had practically an uninterrupted etutenceof sa ycart. It It boiler iuppild now with lacllitlea for trantactingbutintta prompt ly and liberally than ever bfoi iu in long and honorable carter. Accounts ef corporation!, Crmi and Individual! rttpsctfullr toilent sa Ado-cisri- Atttntion of the public it inviiod to the far Ihtt this lithe only NationsI Bank in Stanford Th Directory ol this Bank is composed el Forcttut Reid, Lincoln county; S.T, Harris, Lincoln J ' INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. BfflBEE 8. CSSTLEMSS. MANAGERS, Commerce Building1, Louisville. throw off impurities and to throw off poisonous refute matter. When there 11 an impediment Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets set the wheels working again without any trouble. They aniit nature in a gentle, healthful, i ulclent way. There it nothing violont'about their action and yet it la jutt as certain as it it were twice as violent. ''You do not become a slave to their use." They are different and better than any other pill for the cure of headache and kindred derangements. Almost all druggists understand this and are conscientious enough to tell you so.The druggist who tnes to tell you a substitute it not a tafe man from whom to buy medicine. Send at rentt in one cent, stamps to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Bufialo, N. Y., and receive Dr Pierce's 1008 page "Common Sense Medical Adviser,' prolusely illuttrated. J Ce ircmmmY,, And Funeral Director. J. II. Colhei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden.Stanfurd; S. II. Baughtnan,! Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; Practical Trimmer, Em"balmer Clan. 36 J. H. . f Agents Throughout tbe South. W f W. A. THIBBLE, LOCAL AGENT, Stanford, Portland - - 3711" Kentucky. ..To the., San Francisco. I &. NBTMW1BST Ihe Via arp'eiejf'jff raj! n.trrr i"ij , . . ;.t 7)JTcUI8VIUt MtWiltr)T Chxaso RrTS Only Dining Car Route From OUXSYX.!MS Elegant Pullman Vestlbuted Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address TO CKXCGO. JTtANK J. REID, . G. P. Agent, i id. p. , Chicago. Louisville Fe sura to call for Mooon Route. - e. h. bacon a Ohickatnauga, Sept. 19 and 20tb, 1063. The annherasry of this great ficbt will hi remembered tbia year by a low rate Farm No. l contain! ajj acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which It In (rati; excureion over tbe great Queen & Crt6-cwell watered; with good improvemtntt, including new metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop. route, from all points in tbe Nortb This farm is situated in what it pronounced the at a mile. Only $7.25 round-triboil dtttrict in Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable retidence house. from Cincinnati, and a low rate from Farm No, s contains 300 acres In same locality, all points Soutb of Cincinnati. with brick dwellinir. Large stock and tobacco Tbe Qacen & Creecent will give half barm. One ol the bctt Improved farms in Ihe county. rates to Covington, Sept. 14 and 15 on acBoth farms are In fine state of preietvatlon, well count of the meeting of tbe Grand Lodge watered ond fenced. Closoto R. Ii. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. KniRhta of Ptbiaf, Sept. 15 to IS. ror iniormation apply to Philadelphia, Pa. National Druggists' J. N. SAUNDERS, 10 Stanfotd, Ky, AfiROciation. October 5th to 9th. With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed Qukkn it Crescent. Iteduced rates to M.S. BaUgiimin. and Stubble. J. W. IlAUGIiMAto Newport rcpfl. One fare for round trip from Somoraut and points north to Cincinnati. raOPRISTOKS- And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices For tbo 15th annual encampment S. of Wagons Lower Than Ever. before you buy, Farm V., at Louisville, Sept Round trip LIVERY, & SALE tickniH will be sold over the Queen fc Creucunt Itoute at one faro for the round trip, Sept. Cth Aud 7th from points in HERD Of THE - - Kentucky. Tennessee. Sept. th, 7th and Sth from Thoroughbred points in Kentucky. Good till Sept. 15th If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out My Breeders were selected from tno best herds to return. turnouts will leave our stable. See of this famcus breed of swine In several different 'r r rtci.Inour W. 0. lll.NKAKSO.V, G. P. A. Ciucinna- - Stateti A splendid lot ol pigs ef different ages . Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. J. B. OWEIXS& SON, Junction City, Ky. W. A. Trlbble, Stafford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, MeKInney; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky Hocker, President; Joo. J. McRoberts, Cathler; A. A. lfcKinney, Ant.CaihUr Two Farms For Sale. Fanners BanMTrnst OF STANFORD, KY., .Co nt It new fully.'organlied and ready far butinets wlta Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. one-ce- nt p Surplus, . 20,000. THE! GIBB'S IMPERIAL JPLO WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, B. K. WE A REN. BLUE-GRAS- S M.S.&J.W.Baughman, FEED 1. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same aisetaand undti ihe same management. By provisions of In chatter, depoiitort are ai lully protected aa ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholders faem. hrlH in.i,ij...i. uaoletotheeatentof th amount of their nock therein at the par value thereof, in addition 10 th uwuu imtv.icu in men snsres. it may act a. caecuior, aamimstrator. ' trustee. Ar.. r.llla a. sn individual, . . . . . ... . v u .1 mote wno cniruiieaineir buislness to tts while uinaglnjr the Lincoln National llaakol otanlord, we wc here tender our many thanks and trutt they will contluue to transact their buiUtt vith ut, at a guaraulee for prompt attta-tio- n to same.oiir twenty yeau' eapenenee U backing andas liberal accommodations at are coa. intent with sound banking. ' otfi-rin- Duroc-Jert- ey RED HOGS. Ky STABLE, Stanford, si J J. Williams, ML Vernon; S, H. Shanks, Stanford ; niHicrous: j.S. 0tlcy, Stanlord; S J. J. Stst-cla- 111 ti.O. for tale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address Denver. St Paul. joauHcd A mnh lvnnhuil a trxmn ulin liot little ffrl at llhinoland, Mo. 11 n R. II. BRONAUCK, Crab Orchard, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-cla. Embry, Stanford; Owiloy, Stanford; J. V Cath, Stanford; William OoochStanlord A. W.'.Carpeuter, Mllledgevill. H. inai. ti work and iMlfactory wui iiwi6 tUVClt W.H.iCummint,,l'recher Ulr, 5. H tfcsnka, Pretidcnt, Or. J, U. Owsley, Cathler, W. M. Bright, TeUer. 41 .' .J,