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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896091101 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. OJOilVLJ vol. xxv. MIDDLEllURO. y Interior Journal STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11.1896. NO. 56 . LANCASTER, OARRARD COUNTY. ClIUllCIT CHIMES. IIUSTONVILLE. FELE&.-LYCASEY COUNTY. The graded rcnuol will open Mon- The t'a'oof our Fair is reported aa Or Itussull noiiliu Alllford Gulmnkanl John Wanamaker gavo a picnic to WILLIAM SHELTON, President. day, under the supervision of IVof. Gow- - tne rth, 8:h and Utli of October. goodcrlves (or $11). coul.of 1,000 members of hia Bible union SaturStudents 125. Teaehri 7. Alt ipecUllits. Thoraujh courses in Lstm, Greek, French, Eng'Uh. A fewdays Mnce, Williams, day. Muilc, Art and K'ocutlon. Situated in the famoui iilue A number ol democrats will go frcnon. Mathematics Natural and Moral Sciences.for healthlmncs of climate, beauty of scenery, refinement Grai etction of Kentucky ; diatinjuuhed J. Mort Ilothwll bus tone out to while hunting in the knobs, killed a here to Lexington to see the next prtsl-- j Rev. B. B. Bailey had 24 additiona of society. Fall Senilon opens Soptombor 7. nefore deciding where you will set? I your daughters Hpeak for tlin democratic ticket, in South monster rattle snake. The rattler had for Our Now Catalogue. Address, ilunt. as a reBult of his meeting at Providence next year, bo sure to write , tf WeBtern Kentucky. MRS. NANNIE 8. 8 AUPLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford. Ky. nine rattles and was n vicious looking church, Clark county. W P. Keiney Una rented theohl Democrat. J. 0. Thompion and brother are re- specimen. atenm mill aud la rigging it up to paw All who expect to attend the Kena?i - - - f building their block. There seems to be r-sMra Ohas. Wheeler left for Cincinand grin). v tucky conference are requested to Bend ,MMonno proapecl of rebuilding the O.vtley and nati Wednesday to purchase her Fall Janio Waah Institute opened their names to Rev. W. E. Arnold, Somstock of millinery, fcc. Mrs. Blanche Ad- erset. day with Prof Fotd aa principal ami Mils Shank block. Many old citizens remember tho ams ia visiting her mother, Mra. JohnFogle bb aesistaut. Lizzie Rev. J. W. Tyler returned Friday thnt were made hero, by Negro ston, of Danville, Miss Rose Yowell has from his Bloomfield meeting, with 30 adMcD. Jonea and Oy Kuaell wont lo in ISO'i, by Older of Gen. John M. accepted a position in Caldwell College, Staulord toJ)uy tllioK fcr the school-hous- e r ditions to the Christian church at that Palmer, the candidate for president on at Danville, to teach the present year. well at Turkoj Knob. School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything place. Anderson News. Tobacco mon at Giovo havo all bui'.t the holtncratic ticket, and they are sure Mips Rose ia one of the moat estimable a in our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised by Cash Kentucky conference will meet a young Isdies of this community and a Somerset September 10. The larte bares, and Bre cultliu and housing not tonupport him. tM Houses. conference William Spencer was fined f6S0 in consecrated and useful worker in tho their tobacco which la eald to be very will be invited to go on an eight mile extho police court for selling liquor unlaw- church. We all regret to give her up. One. cursion to Burnside and Inspect the f 25,- o A heavy rain attended by much fully. He went to the work house to An art rcption Monday opened 000 Kentucky Wesleyan Academy. foil here Saturday work out the tine. Thomas StormeB whs the art c niaea of Central Christian Col. thunder and lightning Accurately compounded by an Faterienced Pharmacist Rev. J. J. Dickey writes Rev. W. S. rooming. Grafts and vegetation general fined J6Q for the same oflenae, but tho lege. The instructor, Mm English, ia an Grinstead that he has arranged with the 'I from new drugs and pure chemicals. court having failed to avtuir the jury, able artist whose work shows the great ly la looking up. Q A O. for thoee who will attend the Mre. J. H. Albright, of Brodhead, turned the prisoner looae on motion of versatility of her powers. We feel conconference at Somerset to go on the 3 a fident the beauty-lovin- g people of this p. M.;local freights the 14th and 15th. o returned home Monday after a pleasant his attorney. Circuit court has adjourned. The community will bIiow their appreciation S visit to her father, Mr. J. 8. Cmlter, ncd The Pleasant Grove Christian church XOXIOLvXv-Vljury, in the case of tho Commonwealth of thia fine art by making thia class an other relatives in this section. 27th, will bo dedicated on the against Sritu Sutton, charged with mur- undoubted succeed. Studio always open in Garrard It is thought by aome that a lVsHKi2sMswsasa Next Sunday Elda. J. L. Allen and Geo. ; at Bryantsville to visitors. Miss English adds to her ac Gowen will begin a protracted meeting number of republicans will vote for dering Boh j!z : Bryan on account of his silver views to failed to auree, six being for the highest complishments French and German, in in the church preparatory to tho services. carry the county for democracy this penalty and six for acquittal. Ho has which languages she desires to form Rev. W. 8. Grinstead will preach tbo year. bcn sent to the Richmond jail, whilo classes. The high standing Hhe holds in last Bermon of hia first conference year at The Baptist will have a protracted the jail here is being repaired. Hendsr-ao- n the rniversity of London ia a guarantee Methodist church next Sunday in V Jones has been sent to Frankfort to of her proficiency. Our people should the meeting In the near future. Kav. T. H ! which he will review his work for the Are both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. Campbell, of Lancaster, who la a great aervea lifa aentence for killing William takeadvantigoof the opportunities offer- year, a synopsis of which we will give in : We can sell you ed to their daughters iu art and modern foil favorite with the members, will probably Ciimley. til our next issue. 11 Be v. W. E Foster. About 10:30oclock Wednesday, four languages. assist the ittitor, The revival services at the Baptist A trustees of Turkey Knob school ahota were fired in tin The chapel in South End, conducted by Rev. I AKil AND TRADE ITEMS. in sinking a well at the bcIiooMiousj had crowd rushed to Judge Burnside's office W. R. Davidson, continues with remarkStock ewee for eaie. F. P. Bishop, to bote 03 feet before reselling water. and found Jettie Knox, a colored shoe. able interest; 15 additions to the Baptist Delivered at our house. Have about 300 bushels of 1 However, a very etroug stream was maker, lying dead, with a pistol in each StauforJ. j church and to aome other churches up to SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR Si. j water la sulphur, Had very hand, and tho judge with a shot in his found, and the Woods A Lynn bought of William date. Somerset Paragon. : arm aud one in Ills thigh. Postmaster J. Logan a lot of butcher stuff at 2Jc. : cold. Call and .ee us. i Rev. Ben Helm Is at home from a Kav. William Holt, a young divine of I. Hamilton had done the killing, haviug James RohluBon bought of John meeting held at Spears in Jeaeaminei I, : $& the Kldd'aSloro section, will preach nt tired threeehota, all of which took e Sleet Baner, of Garrard, a bunch of heifers at which resulted in 18 conversions, '111 vJW above town on the 4th In Knox's head, and one, by accident, He. the school-hous- e and reclamations. He also says :" Sunday at 11 o'clock. He will probably pawing through the judge's arm. The BSSa Persimmon, the Prince of Wales' two of these will likely become preachers regular appointment there in the siiot in the judse'ri thigh was maJe by fast borae, won the St Leger StakeB iu have and two of the ladies missionaries. Knox, the judge bniug between them. EngUnd. future, Eld. U. W. Yancy, pastor of the John Ruben, eon of Reuben Staton, Hamilton had loanol Knox some money I'Iih hemp cuttets in Clark county, Chi istian church at Oy nthiana and once . who lives near town, fell o!! of n witgon to biSH'jinol by mortgage. The inort-g- who struck to get f 3 an acre instead of pastor of the church at Lancaster, died at IiaiI not been fixed and hot words $2 'Jo got It whiln tiolnini his father haul rock last Williamstown Monday. Hia bodily and waa pretty badly bruised ptpseit between them on Wednesday Thursday -- W. II. Underwood sold to R. L. affected his mind which bad up. ll waa first thought that he waa Ber miming, when Hamilton left him. of Garrard, a bunch of 1,015 pound been nearly blank for sometime. Judge Burnable told Hamilton cattle at 3Jc. iouely hurt but he has about recovered. We have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Lowest Rev T. A. Bracken, pastor of the that Knox was in his ollico to get a peace II. A. Hudson cold to Monte Fox 34 Second Presbyterian church at LebRnon, Prices they will be sold. Stanford sportsmen msy pay dear for squirrel, but George KjUb gets tliein w irrant. Hamilton said that was tinnec-ear- head of feedeis, 1.13S pounds average, has resigned on account of advancing that he only wauled the mortgage $3.50. Advocate. clieap enough. He killed "J I at two years aud inability to fully discharge hia an hour Tiiov appronched the office and found Best cattle were quoted in Cincinna- duty and tho congregation bee relucthunts reci ndy, and waa out only Knox with a pletol in erch hand. He ti Wedueeday at 4J, best hogs 3: 10,,aheep or two at cash hunt. George can kill antly accepted it, promising to pay him snapped at Hamilton, who thinking ho 3: JO and lambs 4jc. more game with atonra ttian the average full salary to Jan. 1. ws shot, opened tire, with the above reDr L B Cook sold to B. K. Wearen Bportaman of Stanford can with an Bishop A. W. Wilson, assisted bv sult. The coroner's jury adjourned to 2 a large lot of baled hay delivered at 50 breachloader. the former pastors of the old church at Thursday, hoping to get a state, csnta per hundred. Rev. J. Q. Montgomery, the pastor, o'clock Danville, will dedicate tho new church of Adair ment from Judge Burnside, who ia restKvtkay. -- Black barrow and bow there Sunday, Ihe Advocate insures a assisted by Rev Zick Williams, ing well nt this writing. Elder George Weigh over 200. Left month ago. Recount), closed a successful meeting at the big crowd bv announcing that the en saw Knox with a pistol in his ward. G. B. Cooper. Christian church Sunday night. There Gowen tire debt has been provided for and that aome time before the ahooting, and Foil Rknt. My farm of 230 acres on no collection will be taken. were but few additions to the church, but hand will be proved that he fired a shot, at the Knob Lick and Stanford pike, known Rev. Williams is a very able minister, it Evangelist W. R Lloyd continues to S6T With double Scotch Soles -- a has done the home, to test his pistol, and that he had aa the Harvey Helm farm. Mary F. Giv preach powerful sermons at the Chrisand his earnest preaching maife threats The killing wbb undoubt- ona, members much good. The church which tian church and arouse the elnuer to the edly done in self defeuae. Knox came A new world'a record was made at importance of fleeing from the wrath to is large;waa crowded at each meeting, and here from North Carolina, about one the beat of attention was given tho year ago, aud was regarded as a I a man, London, O., the other day, when Lady come. Already 11 have united with the Hal, a yearling, totted a half mile in church and the crowds which pack the preacher even among his own race. 1:07 J. Mr. F. M. Browning, who bought building from pulpit to vestibule, and C. M. Clay sold to W. B.'.Ktdd, 80 ex- fill the latter, show the great interest he On all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, half single land at Grove, said after the Chicago SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Scotch Soles. port cattle at 4c and Matt Bedford so'd has awakened. At first there waa conconvention that he would vote for Sam E. Ball, aged 70, died In Boyle to same 40 at 41, 13 of them at 4 cents. On approaching him on the siderable advereo criticism by those who "Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c. An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress subject last wetk he said that he had re- Suuday night. He married an aunt of Paris Kontuckian. were told bo plainly of "their meanness," Goods. Yours for Bargains, now believed Hon. Breckinridge Janes. Louis Walz bought of W. E. Amon aa one good brother expressed it, but considered tho matter, and The salary of the mayor of Middles-bor- a some butcher stufl at 2c aud of Mrs. after all, and would free silver was beet oven these have staid to fall in with hae been cut from itlOO a year to Phillips some of same at same price. He vote the democratic ticket aa he had al those who give the speaker theis heart2 bought of Lige Baughman a few shoats iest commendation. Last night Bio ways done. Mr. Browning waa the only f 60 for each meeting of the council. D. W. Bright, a prominent citizen of at OUR STOCK OF boltocrat in thia section and thank heav2c. Lloyd waa to preach on "Baptism," R chmond, died of Bright's disease. He en he is no longer one of those deteatible J. W. BaleB bought of Douglas and which he promised to treat in a different was a gallant soldier of the Confederacy. Parrish, for Lehman Bros,, Jersey City, cmttures. manner from that usually presented Porter Jewitt, wanted In Somerset 1S7 export cattle, averaging 1,000 pounde, There laalwaya acrowd of bojB and the preachers of hla church. Tne meetThey were shipped east ing may last two weeks yet. young men who attend protracted meet- on a charge of houeo breaking and for at 4 rents. Saturday afternoon on a special (train of ing at night, not for any thing good, but other offenses, was arrested in Burgin. Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the Dan McOullom, of Junction City, is 12 cars. This was the finest lot of catt'e CLAY COUNTY just to have a good time, and UBually residue devilment. Just the happy possessor of a new guest at his shipped from this section for years. they are bent on tome Alnwt Sure to go Democratic. attended, tho Christian hotol Ruth Chamberlain, now about a Pantnjrapb. aucb individuals Mancuestek, Sept. 7. Hon. James D' Monday was the biggest! court day Black, democratic nominee for Congress church last week and amused themselves week old. Advocate. The governor 1ihb pardoned John that Richmond has had for a long time by taking off tapa from wagon and bugin this district, spoke to nn immense ausaddles, Springfield, of Pulaski, who was sen- At tho stock pens thero were lfi'lS cattle, gy wheels, cutting bridles and The people of this dience hereto-day- . You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. turning horses looee and doing other tenced to jail for six montha for breaking the largest since the beginning of the pen county are wild for Black and free silver system. Prices ranged from 3 to 3 cte. Although Bradley for governor carried shamefully moan tricks. The taps were jail when ho wbb in before. o Linney Lippo, a farmer of and sales were brisk, O. U.'.'.Chenault, a removed from wheels of Mr. J. 0. 800 last Noyember it is Boyle county, went to court nt Harroda-bur- of Fayette, bought some 1,200 pound cat- the county nearly wagon, and his mare was turned almost a foregone conclusion that it will Monday. Soon after hla arrival be tle at 3Jc that coutalned a few loose and he waa two days In flndiug her. go for the democratic ticket this fall. The was found lost hia reason, went into Mr. George steers. Thero were 21 mules that went Another gentleman's horse outlook for tho republicans in this dis tied to a mule. Hamo think It was a lot B ihon'a Btore and locked the door on tho at fo'J to $75. CarotherH A, Beard, Lex- trict is gloomy. D. G. Colson and John Mr. Bohon to write out ington, bought 19 mules at $50 to $100. of boys from Yoaemlte and It more than inside, ordered Metal Ro oflng, D. White each claim to be the regular likely, but they wero doubtless led on by so mo notices that he would preach that Tom Walker, of LncaHter, 14 cotton republican nominee and no matter how end of on which field of older heads and detectlvea which aro at daysaid "the nigh at the world," threat- muleB atSoO to $00. A the matter is decided in the contest both "was hand" and themtojUBtlce. ho corn down about Poosoy Bold at 37 conta will run the race to a finish. With the work will probably bring ened to kill him if ho refused He was A term in the county jail might save the finally arrested and taken Dinvillotot a barrel. Climax. vote thus divided and the number of free rascals from a term In tho penitentiary or to be tried for lunacy. " silver republicans, Black's election is al Shingles, Etc. MA TIUMONIAL MATTERS. from Anally dangling at the end of a rope, most a cortainty. Free silver is making liOJilUTT Jack Miller, aged 17, and Mrs. EInllio rapid progress in the mountains. Almost at a distance too high to admit of their C. Still a Candidate Jov Ecerythmy in Sight. IVuk, 30 years his sonior, wero mariied every farmer is taking papers and is befeet touching the ground. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, enndidnto for at Fairviow, III. coming very much enlightened on the Thomas Smith, who has been mar- currency question. At the same rate of At a public speaking at Sedalia, Mo., tbo Lpnifllnture, und county attorney in Rabbi Cohen, of Cincinnati, and Logan Lincoln county, nud for Common wealth ried six times before, was joined in wed- increase from now until tbo election as Lockhard, aged 10, wore the speakers. attorney in tbo 13th judicial district in lock's holy bonds to Mrs. Sarah Wileon, lias been in tho last month, James D, The unusual flight of a Jewish Rabbi 1897, (and epenklag and writing Frencb four times a widow, atNelsonville, TenD. B!nck will represent the 11th Congree-eionAt WellBton, Iowa, Alex Winfleld aud a mere child taking part in politics like n Paruim) a candidate for tbo up district of Kontucky in the 55th brought thousands tc the town. Both pointmont ns Ministor Plenipotentiary to shot and killed bis step mother because Congress and Bryan will get the largest DEALERS IN. y tbo Court of St. Cloud, and a candidate hIio tried to persuade bis wife to leave vote over polled in South Eastern apoke for free Bllver. last year (or Congress in 1893, and n probable can- bim. A mob cot after him and ho end for a democratic president. The United States spent Pa-Lroi- s K didate for president in 1000, will addrees ed hia own life by putting a bullet in bis Duncan. $20,000,000 for chewlug gum and bicycles. Wo inaiut ou keep-io- the people of Rockcastle county on the brain. for A dispatch from Minneapolis, Minn.. John Engleman. bason exhibition at our feet and jaws moving, even if we financial issue at Alt. Vernon, 3d Monday Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. Bays that Goore J. Scbweinfurtb, the alVf.U. Wearen &Co'b. Btore a dczsn of in September, (circuit court) andalStan-ford- , starve to death. 111., for tbo the largest ears of corn we have seen in 4th Monday in October, (circuit leged Messiah, of Hockford, Thomas Hatter, of Elkton, Ind., court). As it takes me five and six hours first time since he instituted his church many a day. Mr. Eagleman says he can arose from faying blB ptayera to find that to descant upon tho ualient poinjs of this triumphant, has recognized civil laws and beat the world on corn and we believo be a black snake was crawling toward him. Give us a call an J be 'convinced. important issue, I can't divide time with married one of hia angels, taking Mies is right. inThe ahock was bo great that he died AtLawrenceburg, Ind., Roger La we Mary Ann Tuttle for hia wife Wednesanyone, and generally when I pet through stantly. day. cut Samnel Dickinson's head open with mmmmmmmmmmmm boy committed sulolue the people don't want to bear any more, A in gold arrived in a mason's trowel because the latter refusat Turkeytown, when they cried unless Over $1,600,000 at Warren, O., because hla neighbor's out Bpeak two more hours. ed to lend him a dollar. F. F. B. New York from France. eald he was too green to live. daughter THE STATTFORTD E COIEGE. II i 0en Bbb-H- - ..,5 tH DRUGS AND BOOKS. I t eo'-dier- e, PRESCRIPTIONS 8 li W. B. MoROBERTS. j V Bulli-clo- nt BreA-ater- , ;!-- l m ' GUARANTEED I court-houa- o. Coal at 7c to 14c per Bin sancti-ficatio- ns J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. i g The Charles Wheeler Emporium. El-ki- n, y, - Smith & Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and Calf, 1 Drew Selby & Co.s' Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, CHARLES WHEELER y. SUMMER GOODS W. P. TATE, - AT ILMm THAN 08To Doors, Sash and Blinds Goul-ter'- well-tc-d- g Stanford. 50-ac- re T A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. al CRAI6 & HOOKER, Ken-uck- 570,-000,0- g Uruqs, Gasmwats, Oils, $ It Pays to Daal with a Cash Houss. ? zs:.x.if.kk mjm !3laMi2 t . .... j? Hk. "LxJC-MtVjlLX- W tt IBP"!'1 1 "MT Sgg5:'3 ..M .... J ll .. r ., , i, F t. fnaoissxSKcaqjrzsT: rSS., ., - semi-Week- ly (ntehioRcIoukne H. I w I'M I rl It v u IV It. I Ik Ik r it Tnit Joskpii Prick iNFinMAtnr. Drs. J. CLOTHING $3.50 PANTS, G. Carpenter and J. F, Peyton have just comp'eted their new infirmary on WhitTAILOR-MAD- E 1896 Stanford. Ky., Sept. ! MADE TO ORDER. ley Avenue and it is Indeed a mar vol of convenience and neatness. There aro 15 W. P. WALTON. roome, about half of which have two beds. Each room is supplied with a l, wardrobe, dresser, thormometer, Ac , and everything is new and clean as a pin. The voulilation is perfect and the plumbing is all under The times arc ripe for bargains. A dollar never bought For Ftctident and ground. Tho reception room is hand- P3 more than it does at present. Prices melt beneath the somely furnished and much taste is dis-3 played in the arrangement of it. One of the crush of competition. tho most important rcouis is tho opeia-tin- g Eh Kentuckian. room, which cau be made light as Tho rally by the bolting domocracy dtty. The floor of it is made of cement, For Judge of the Court of Appeal! will bo held in Louisville September 10. of hard wood Judge William Lindsay will be tbo orator the ceiling and walls are W. S. and it cau be cleaned from top by an Other distinguished ol the occasion. Of New Casttc. ovetlbw of water The laundry and Helps to do the melting as it is a rule with that large speakers will be present including probkitchen are both splendidly arranged, ably Secretary Carlisle. house, never to be undersold by anybody. The Louisville while the dining room is as cor.y as ran Gk.v. Palmer, tbo boltocrat nominee Two prisoners in the Greenup counStore's Bright he. One of tho rooms for patients has for president, was born at Sadieville, !0Q ty jail, Stevens and Archery, argued the i by Dr. Carpenter to his I Scott county, Ky., but as ho left the g been dedicated money question ana they are now mother. It is furnished with a bedstead Commonwealth aa soon as bo could get separate cells, the former with a she used to sleep on, but which lina been ho deserves no credit for beinR a avay bad wound on the head from a stove lid made new agaiu by the touch of the car I ) native Kentuckian, especially since his and the latter covored with brufaea. Shines resplendent over all. New Fall Goods rolling in pentor and painter. Another room will next visit to the State was in FedFirst a democrat; then a howling be dedicated tn Dr. Feyton's mother. In fZ. on us every day. New Fall eral uniform and as a military despot. The free turnpike craze has assumed blatant republican; next a genoral, preGQ it is a Inndsome cherry dresser that beWhile in command at Louisville, he is- a most malignant form in Washington venting honest and fair elections in Kensued an order juet before tho election in county, where armed mobs cut down tucky and using bayonets to rescind the longed to the doctor's parents and which 1865, which was designed to disfranchise poles and burned toll houses in their will of ballots; next a democrat and whs made by James McKinney in 1760. every democrat and Southern sympa mad deaire to travel free before a vote elected Senator by democratic voter; Tbe six brass trimmed, iron beds prethizer in the State. The preamble of the C4n be taken on the question of public and finally a boltocrat. Such is, in brief, sented to Dr. Carpenter by Dr. Joseph Price, of Philadelphia, like the ones he Outings, &c Sec our 5c Outing, worth order is full of venom and vituperation, ownership of the roads. An effort to the record of John M. Palmer, nominatOur line uses, and tho arrangement of the infirmand the order itself shows how bitter arrest these midnight marauders result ed at Indianapolis by tbe boltocratic con of ary is said by those who have seen it to C) were bis feelings for those who fought or ed in a threat to burn the town of Spring vention. Owensboro Messenger. vary much resemble the infirmary owned save aid or comfort to the cause they field, and it was apparently attempted to Col. Jack Chinn is going to give a I "All rebel soldiers and all goer be carried into execution by a large ware big barbecue in or near Harrodsburg on by that noted surgeon. A little later on loved. will be built for the uee ol rillas, all who have by act or word, di house in the heart of the town being set Saturday, September 10, for tbe democ two rooms EH The biggest line ever brought to Stanford, has added hun- rectly or indirectly given aid, comfort or on fire. The town is under guard and it racy of Mercer county. Among the not- Negroes and a fund in now being raised dreds of new customers to our already long list. When encouragement to such and all who have is is hoped the guilty rascals will be ed speakers he will have on hand is his by the several colored churches here to pay the expenses of the unfortunate ones in any manner engaged in the civil ser caught and given condign punishment. you come in town look at our qSc Ladies' Shoes, patent The colonel is friend Joe Blackburn. of that race who need treatment. The vice of the Confederacy or the tip and well worth S1.35. We have a big line of Men's going to put up the stuff, says the Say- proprietors aro very anxious that a charEvery republican paper of tho rural provisional government of Kentucky" ings, for the entire affair and there will ity bed be placed in the infirmary and Fine Shoes, both wide and pointed toe, wc will put on were ordered not to try to vote rooster variety, that comes to this office, be plenty to eat for all who come, Bnd has a supplement folded within with letwill themselves donato liberally towaid sale this week at pSc. Come and sec our new line of or to appear at the polls, under penalty nothing in the way of money or labor , of immediate arrest and military trial, ters, figures, pictures and everything will be spared to make the gathering a it. In order to accommodate those who 525 CLOTHING. Men's Suits S3. 50 and up. Leave your desire to frive to this good cause, Drs. ilentical. These sheets are furnished 'CQ! punwhich meant death or other severe order for SHIRTS made to order. Fit guaranteed. glittering success. Carpenter and Peyton have had numer ishment such drumhead courts would in- gratuitously by the republican camNext Monday Gov. Bradley will ous boxes made and will place them in paign committee to papers that will hanflict. This is the gentleman whom dle them. It is a stretch of the right that leave for a two weeks' speaking tour the vestibule of the vcr.ous churches in democrats have put up for the department gives news- through Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West fiis couuty. Any mony droppod in suffrages of these same "rebel soldiers the Virginia and such other places as the CQ A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, and sympatizers," but we take it that not papers to use the mai!s to permit such campaign committee may send him, and will be duly appreciated and credited to 1! to 5:30 many will be cajoled in supporting him. supplements to be sent out, but it is a during that period he will pay the acting the charity biJ fund. From T. D. RANEY, Manager. years, and small matter as not a great many can be governors salary out of his own pocket. this afternoon the infirmary will be open The war has been over for inspection and the people of Stanford thus distributed. it is time we had peace, but it is a little too As this is $20 a day. it will be seen that and vicinity are cordially invited to visit Branch Stores: much under any suise to ask Southern Somb of the Cincinnati mercantile hous- Gov. Bradley will pay pretty heavily for it. MissesSallie Green and L'zzie Bright Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, people to support a man who when cloth- es have adopted an electioneering dodge bis outing. But perhaps he can hire Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, ed in a little brief military authority cut by giving notice that if free silver carries the old man at a pretty low figure and will take great pleasure in showing you through. men, women it will be necessary for them to reduce save considerably. such fantastic tricks that Elizabethtown, Frankfort. Ky., and angels were forced to weep. Mt. Vkrnon. The Collrg'ate Institute and Mauckport, Ind. Tom Watson, whom the populists number of their traveling men. This the made a opened last week with good attenJauce, The republican and sore head demo policy of coersion is in keeping with the nominated for vice p'eeident, Texas, in which he de- hopeful tn Jeavor and royal enthusiasm. cratic papers went wild with delight last republicans, who adopt every means to speech at Dallas, The college building had been newly of withdrawweek when Vermont, a stinking little re- make their employes vote their way, clared he had no intention Of the other nominee he said: Mr. renovated, tho rooms are cheerful, large publican borough, went the way it al- even 'o absolute discharge when they ing. own family. and convenient. The chapel is n tine ways does by an increased majority. They show their independence by voting as Sewall cannot carry his There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a Whenever my own son takes the stump audience room where each morning the few read the fate of Bryan in the result and they want to. suggestions how to deal with "him" sccm very appropriate just and begins to make speeches against me pupils congregate for tho opening exerclaimed that he was a dead cock in the now. It matters very little whether you believe in the free Coinage Ox the 1,000th ballot at Elizabethtown, eon is doing against cises. Everything about the exterior inpit. Monday the State of Arkansas went D H. Smith was nominated for Congress likeMr.Sewall'a silver or in the single gold standard theory. There is a good time will get oiTlhe ticket and crawl dicates a thorough and prosperous yexr. of democratic by 10,000 more votes than by the convention, which broke up in a him, I coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. But under the bed and bide myself. Mr. What will really be accomplished must Vermontcasts combined and these sheets row. Smith is the d gyascntus Sewall cannot carry tbe ward in which be determined by teacher and pupil. Mr. it will not come this year; it cannot come: hence all honest people not only pretend not to see anything in who, all Lincoln county people, who at carry the town in O. O. Williams hai established the Wil- should be as saving as possible, and above all keep out of debt. In the result, but with malice aforethought tended tbe Lebanon convention, remem- he lives. He can not will, from which he lives. He can not carry the liams Prize aa an incentive to earnest ef- view of these conditions, and with intent to deceivo publish the ber with increasing disgust for the part he on fort in oratory. The declamatory con- this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no acreturns eo that the democratic victory took against Judge Saufley, when Bar State in which he lives. He is a wartlog. test will take place some time in Februcounts for more than 30 days. All accounts will be due on the first party. He is a knot on the the may look as small ns possible. Usually bour was nominated for superior judgo. (Laughter.) He is a dead weight on the ary. The musical department is well day of each month, and you need not hunt any further than his store the majority over tho republican ticket is equipped, a new piano and organ have lor the lowest possible prices on Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry stated, bnt this time the majority over Mr. Bryan says he is certain to carry ticket. been moved into the music room fcr the Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. If you the combined opposition is used. But New York and that be has never had tbe MO HE NEWS NOTES. use of pupils. Both vocal and Instru- want Carpet or Matting, don't buy till you get my prices. will and lie as those slightest doubt of his election. He may Statement manipulate as they States Senator Henry B. mental music will be made a epecialty. of your account will be mailed to you on the first day of each do the fact stands out in bold re- be mistaken about the Empire State, but month. papers Rev. D. McDonald will give a reading at Payne, of Ohio, is dead, aged SO lief that the Arkansas democrats have several millions of voters fully concur in The Nichloson liquor law in Indiana the college at Mt. Vernon on Friday evelected their State ticket by 05,000 ma- the latter conviction. 5X302)0Xii;iXv. i ening, Sept. 11th. The program will be has caused the closing of 700 saloons. jority over the republican ticket in a total Ed Gnrrott was shot and killed by varied by music, a quartette will sing und IIoniRThas issued a lengthy letter of vote of 165.000, or nearly m times as defense, near Beverly- several vocal solos will be interspersed. democratic majority in 1S92. acceptance. Lost some might inquire, his brother in tt'if largo as the The Cellulose factory at OweDsboro Proceeds will be applied to fnrnishing Alabama 40,000, Arkansas 05.0001 These 'Who tho hell is Hobart?" we will state 0 loss f 50,000. It employed a score tbe new Presbyterian church, which is straws show which way the gale it blow- that he is McKinley's running mate on burned, weekp. or in to be dedlratd or more of men. ing so plainly that the way faring man the republican ticket. To trade with us. Our goods arc desirable, A child nine years old has been sent though a fool need not err therein or Bryan at Lexington, Tuesday, SVpt. POLITICAL POINTS. prison in Mississippi for 10 years for 15th. Ohoap rates and special trains via to fail to read as he runs. Shelby county's Bryan clnb numbers killing another child. Queen and Orescent Route. Ask tho county, tho A. J. WiUon, Rbv. Thomas Dixo.v, Jr , the lecturer, nearly 2,000. agents for particulars. falling on a circular saw preached apolitical sermon at the AcadThe Watterson Club at Louisville was killed bv near Louisa, this State. emy of Music, New York, last Sunday, in has endorsed Bryan and Sewall. And service prompt and accurate. Give us a share of KKW ADVZKTOKMKnt-- . A man named Ritter was ru-- over which he took occasion to denounce Bryyour trade and we will convince you. was offered the presiOur Gen. Harrison an and his supporters in red hot terms-- dency of the Indianapolis University, and killed at Walton while attempting old patrons already know it. to cross the railroad track. great many left tbe hall, but many of but declined tbe honor. While discussing the money question the friends of the democratic candidate It is probable that Gen. J O. Black If not sold privately bclore, I will iwll at Stanremained and gave vent to their disap- will decline to ran for governor as a in the jail at Greenup, one prisoner ford county court day in Spterabr two young Horaei, a Mare and Mule Colt and two iplendtd brained another with a stove lid. probation in bissep, and when he said sound money candidate in Illinois. O. J CltOW, Agent. Milk Cows. Clifford Nadaud, of Covington, won the intent to pay debts with 50 cent dolThe man who led the bolt at the &&H&h5M3flflIe( road race in lars was absolute rascality, be was de- St. Louis convention, Henry M. Teller, the Lexington-Covingto- n 14 seconds. six hours, seven minutes and nounced as a liar. The turbulent scenes will speak at Ashland, Ky., Sept. 19. At Undewer, O., a mau killed his Ai Executor of John M. Hall, deed I will Mil at E continued through the discourse, which The New Jersey State convention of S Monball bat, then mounted public auction in front ol ne was a disgrace to tbe pulpit. silver democrats indorsed tbe Chicago wife with a base county court day. a lot of day, Sept. 14, m a bicycle, rode into tbe country and cut Household aud Kitchen Furniture, roost of which put out a full electoral tickIs in good repair. W. A. HAIL, Kxor. It is Btated that when Gov. Bradley nominee and his throat. et. rV anpolitical leaves the State on his own or Judge Morrow will make the welkin Son of Veterans began their 15th business be pays Lt. Gov. Worthington ring at Williamsburg on the 10th, nual encampment in Louisville, EstiA' out of his own pocket for occupying the when he will mount tbe raging Btump mates place the number of visitors at & 1Z. IV executive chair during his absence. This for the republican ticket. to date. 2,000 There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER injprices is highly commendable and strictly honThe Hon. W. W. Stevenson, of Near "Warsaw, Ind., the horses atto exest, but we hope be wont be at much is being spoken of aa a likely tached to a tallyho, backed it over an 5M USTeisrt pense that way. The lieutenant gover- sound monoy nominee for Congress, but embankment, resulting in the death of H & serious Injury of nor seems to have no higher apprecia- it is all talk. He won't run. six persons and the In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. R; i, H, & tion of the governor's office than that it The N. Y. World thinkB the sup- four others. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and'Blacks. Call is a pardon machine, intended solely to port of Billy Breckinridge ought to cost A desperate attempt on the part of &5 ji ..THE., at once and get pick of the stock. HJ vz. liberate men who the courts have said the Indianapolis ticket 10,000, votes but Scott Jackson, Alonzo Walling and anz should sutler tbe penalty for their Willie is hardly so hefty as that. S other prisoner to escape from the Camp&A crimes. Chairman Holt, of the Indiana dem- bell county jail wbb fortunately discovIK And now comes a circuit judge who ocratic State committee, will resign as ered by a turnkey. SA Li Hung Chang bought an Ameridecides that tbe law against tbe salo of theresutofa quarrel with Gov. Matthews, and seven others may follow his can bicycle to take to China with him. liquor on Sunday is unconstitutional. example. He puts in the usnal Chinese claim to Judge Bishop reudered such a decision Tbe Harrodsburg Sayings took a vote priority by asserting that the bicycle was at Faducab and tbe bar rooms are being among the old Confederate soldiers, who about 2300 B. O. run wide open on the Lord's day. If attended the funeral of J. Allen Hue, a invented in China Sam Thalheimera youth of 10, w aa Kentucky's Futurity .. ,. .Jis.ooo.. .... 1st day Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top tbe law closing up those shops is really comrade, with this result: $ 4,000 ntday McKinley 1, stabbed to death at Richmond, Va,, by Tbe Tennessee Graat Pace. . 3 1,000 unconstitutional, tbe people can not take and day Palmer 1, Bryan 15 J j,ooo 3rd day J. E. Wetmer. who charged that his vic- 1 he Traosyleania steps too soon to make it constitutional. The ti. day j 000Ttie boltocrat papers are publishing tim had betrayed his daughter. The The aAshland futurity- - .. ..t 4,000 S 6th day The .8 a.ooo 7th day News seems to think this transparent lie: A poll of precinct dead man was the son of a prominent The lllue Gnu The Middleaboro Kentucky 8 a.ooo 8th day Great Trot., ..5 a.ooo 9th day that Judge Burnam's friendship for A, of tho city of Lincoln, Neb., Mr. Bry- Jewish merchant, The Johnston 10th day $ 3,000 Taylor Barr, shoriffof Trimble counJohn D. White will cost him his election an's home precinct, shows McKinley 210, At least Til REE great races daily. uauuuai n. ty, was fatally shot by a prisoner named for appellate judge. Fut it that way if Bryan It Is possible that the National dem- George Roman. Ho had permitted the The Celebrated Telescope?, Valises and Traveling Bags. Iland-K- ive you like, but down here we figure that great Soloists; 35 1'erlormers; Special Concerts will ocratic ticket maybo withdrawn in favor man to go Into tbe bouse of a friend biuI Jndgo Fryor's transcendent ability daily. of McKinley. Cincinnati Commercial Program on to make the voters forget who is running Tribune. It would be just as well as it when he came out he bmptied tbe con- - HALK FARK on all railroads. TIPTON, Sec'y. plication. KD. A. -J. l H C. McDOWELL, President. Is only a McKinley Aid society. bim. of a pistol he had borrowed. against tents ii, SIX PAGES. nt BRYAN AND SEWALL JUDGE PRYOR Mb. Bryan is a mighty busy man. In addition to making from three to five speeches a day this week, he has accept, e 1 bis nomination by the silver party in n speech to tho notification committed and has leaned his formal letter accepting the democratic nomination for president. In the latter he eaya he unqualifiedly endorses every plank of the platform and will favor and defend them with all his power. To the silver men, who havo but one p'ank in their platform, that declaring for free silver at 10 to 1, Mr. Bryan slid he was for it heart and soul, adding that '"when I declatol that I would not support a candidate, I was standing upon the record of tho demo cratic party. I was defending its princi ples as well 88 the interests of the country at large." There are differences of opinion as to the record of the democratic party on the stiver question, at any rate Mr. Bryan inaketj a mistake in being so dogmatic. A great many democrnts.who balieve in the gold standard are supporting him because of party allegianco, who dislike to hear him reiterate a remark, which in the first place was ill advised and unnecessary. gold-standard John Gary Evans, the protego and candidate of Sonator Tillman, has been defeated in the South Caro'ina Senatorial election by Judge E&rle. Tillman seems to be losing his grip. Gov. Bradley has ordered special elections for successors to Senators Nell and Landea and Representatives Moss, Brown, Dunlap and W.E Walker. They will occur at the regular November elections. Palmer is 79 and Buckner 75 years old. Nice pair of back numb era they are to try to "bust up" a party with six million vo'ers. Ttioy aro old enough to have more sense than that. Hopkins-vill- e ADDITIONAL LOCAL. SEE OUR SHOES SHOES i SHOES ! " ANYTHING IN call-bel- PROFITS ARE DREAilS i- S .. fl O 02 The Louisville Store Hi b id; A J w V oceu-pvln- 5; CONSTELLATION r-- OF BARGAINS in !W J $a j Percales, Crepons, Double K Width Dress Goods, Sc. 0 Shoes Fop Fall Wear, f r ... O so-call- w d post-offi- ce LOUISVILLE STORE. id. 30-o- 'W. hi! si; m m Suggestive TalK on Hard Times. M fl cross-eye- James Frye, Iltistonvlllc, tf Ex-Unit- ed GG3(t3e50Srt) -- - ln t're if IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE!!.. Reasonable, Prices I i Good Stock For Sale. Public Sale it, court-house 1 PENNY'S DRUG STORE, g35g0SS0 mmmmmmsmmmmssB LEXINGTON October 6th 16th. Har-nnsbu- rg, i FORCASH I tlie k m IF'or Tirtrsrj'XDas, World's Greatest Trotting Meeting. Stakes :$7B00O Purses. Free-lor-A- img H ' .- W. E. PERKINS, CrabUOrchard. . H. J. M'ROBERTS. year-ol- d . Krce-for-A- i, Beilstedt-Utllenbu- rg TRUNKS! M'ROBERTS. '' W -. Afc-ta- rr '?. "i- . "C - . j-- c -- n S'X ' m.t tj rfirf.,.-'-'1-- . "tV. i 1 rse--v.f r ' . .1 -. .. M T fTJ! ' WTty $ c5 i jjt 4SEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR J OURNAl WOULDN'T BE SAVBDT MARIA Stanford, Ky., Sept. ii, 1896 PREFERRED TO JUMP FROM THE FIFTH STORY. SlSSf? THE TABLES WERE TURNED. tTow n HUMAN ANGLING MATCH. The Oelrlolis Ilrothrra Win a Water Con-te- at Acnlnnt Itod nnd Line. A largo number of tho members of wie mimmor coiony at ritwport witnessed a so called "human angling THE j W. P. WALTON. Efaxl Two Farms For Rent. ""I Jeilr to rent for the year 18.77 two JJl",iD in lumi about i) miles East of Moreland. tbe Linothand coln county, ona containing no (arm to go in er 160 aetes. About 30 acre on each acrrs In each to go In small corn and about 5 grain: balance in gran. Hoth farms well watered. Dwelling houie ol 7 rooma on no acre tract na also good tenant home. Dwelling home or four rooms on 160 acre tract. Good barns and gooa outbuildings on both. They will be rente! aapa. rattly or log.the'. either S4 J. M. CARTBR, 8R.. Moreland, Ky. liecn on the Hoof Two Pare and on llonUwuln'a m Wludow Cornloe Another Chair, rtah Ifnt anil ll&.ket Fallml to Kntloo Her Landed on Her Foot. cti nsroTicE juaeieoo. T All pmons desiring Locust Poila for plank fence, pott and railing or who fence, can Bad waat at my aloro near Cedar Creek, on what they... k. tk. I !!.,. from Prh Orchard lo Olanford I alto keep alwaya on hand a good lupply of plank for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building d- t: alto board! and atilnglct. All persons alring any article of thlt kind can can on me at near Cedar Creek. pur-vot- jitf O.W.81NOLBTON. NOEL DEALERS dfc SOXT, IN COAL, Near Railroad Croitlng, Eait of Depot, STANFORD, KV. .Cotn and Hay taken Good, Clean, Cheap.... In exchange. Ccme and ate us. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Ky. tfair CARaOU.HAILKY Warning. - We want to give those who owe ua fair warning that we shall girt them two weeki more to aettle up with 111. and if they do not come up in that time, we thall put their account in the htndt of MKHSIION A GKKEK. an officer. doc Dare Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY Hortet handled under Saddle and In Harnett, rntditeit and and prepared lor talc. Flrtl-cUsaddlers bought and aold on commiition Good ball mile track aid britalablcs in the couutry. 8 n Prop rie tot t Cooke's Sarsaparilla 'will cure Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, A blnok Marin cat with n whito noso and poAsouinp; olovntod Ideas of llfo managed to got ou tho roof of tho building, n hIx story Htrncturo nt 030 Broadway, lant Tuondny. For two dayu tho cat lonfod about tho roof trying to think of flomo way in which nho could not down to tho street If it had boon an ordinary building, tho task of reaching tho tddowalk would liavo boeu easy. But tho building Ik not nu ordinary ono. To tho cat it apponrtxl top heavy, for tho coruioe projoctcd out ovor tho top story windows, and tho only thing to do was to ninko whut an educated oat might call a concavo diva Maria nrrlved at this conolnniou on Thursday ofloruoon and mado tho dlvo, lauding ou top of tho bay window of tho fifth floor. Tho next niovo was to como down another story, but when Maria sized up tho situation sho 0011 oludod thU was an impossibility oven for a high minded Broadway oat. Then sho lay down to rest for tho night. Yoatordny morning sho tried to get bock to the roof. Tho trial resulted in a failure. Thou sho looked at tho and longed to bo with the passing show. " Oh, "Meowl sho said to tho crowd that had gathered on tho opposito sido of tho street. Tho lost of tho throo appeals, according to tho engineer of tho building. Jim Brush, moans in cat talk, "Pleaso do something for xna. " So tho engineer called half n doeon men from tho bicyclo repair shop in tho building, and, going to tho roof, tho rescuing party riggwl up a boatswain's chair with a block and fall fastened to tho chimney. Tho bicyclo repair gang, being lnexporiunced in cat rescuing, bung lod tho job. A man was lowered from tho roof in tho boatawaln'H chair. Then ft, 00 men and women who had gathcrvd ou Broada way choorod. Tho cat, probably roncmblauco to u bootjack in tho chair, shied and went to tho end of tho window oppofilto to whorw tho bicyclo lifo saver canio down, so that, in tho wordtt of a pretzel baker in thu crowd, "When ho wu there, sho wa hum, " Tho shop gang ou tho roof hoisted tho hero back and took tho chair to tho other ond of tho buildiug, where it was rlggod up ovor tho jioint where tho cat Again tho rescuer was wiw lodged. lowered, tuid tho pretzel man y oiled Wn-vorl- y sido-wal- k Mco-ooo- mec-yowl- ro-pa- ir than in tho palaces of old world monarchy No one,' it is suid, is fonder of practical joking than tho Prince of Wales. His private secretary, Sir Fran-ci- s Knollys, ha, in times gouo by, been called upon to enduro with good humor and moronity many a trying oxperienco. Ono day not long ogo, Sir Francis got tho laugh on tho would bo Joker aud gavo him a taste of his own medicine. Among tho prlnco'a friends was n famous sportsman, Captain "Bay" whoso favorite trick used to bo to approach from behind somo unsuspecting man and seizo his conttnils, which ho would wrench apart In such a maimer as to split tho garment up tho back. At Sandrlngham Sir Francis took pains to offer himself ns tho victim and butt for tho gallant "Bay." When tho men retired to tho smoking room nftor tho princess and ladies wore gone, ho took up his place in front of tho Are, bent his head, and appeared entirely lost in thought IBs attitudo was too inviting not to appeal to tho jocular instincts of Middleton, who, after asking tho princo's pormission to leavo tho curd table for a momont, crept up eoftly to Sir Francis, suddenly soizod hold of tho tails of his dress coat, nnd with a jerk tore it apart from waist to collar. Unliko most of "Bay's" victims. Sir Francis took tho matter in exceeding good spirits. Indeed, he laughed aud appeared greatly to enjoy tho fun. Somowhat astonished, tho prince and tho men present inquired how it was that Sir Francis had treated tho matter with such indifference, "That is very easy to explain, sir," was tho reply. "Tho coat is not mine, I had heard of Middlctou's fondness for this particular form of amusement, and, accordingly, when I enmo down stairs just now to tho smoking room I took the precaution of going into his room and puttiug on ono of his dress coats, which was lying on his bed." There was a hurricane of irrepressible laughter as ho uttorcd these words, nnd the merriment was intensified by tho disconcerted nppcarauco of Captain Middleton, who was bitterly annoyed to have thus destroyed ono of his best evening conts. New York Journal. Mid-dloton, Proved Mil Own Discomfiture. Royulty dearly loves its fun, and nowhere are practical jokes raoro in voguo Practloal Joker'i node Trick Cap-tui- n tho Oclrichs brothers, Charles aud Herman, and a Mr. Powell. Charles Oclrichs, accompanied by his brother, Herman Oelrichs, Robert Ralston, and Oliver Belmont, swam out to tho flagship Carrie of tho Kat Bote klub, which was moored close to tho raft. The raft itself was occupied by many ladies and gentlemen iu bathing costumes, eager to seo tho sport at closo range. Dr. White, .7. L. Kernochan aud S. Powoll, Jr., joined the party on tho Carrie, and a beginning was mado by Chnrles M. Oelrichs, Herman Oolrichs, Oliver Bolmout and Robert RulMon jumping ovorboard and swimming 200 foot from tho Currie. Charles Oolrichs thou fastened a utout lino to his belt, whilo the others surrounded him as a matter of precaution. Tho cliffs were occupied by interested spectators. Without touching tho line Mr. Oolrichs managed to keep tho angler very busy, and tho rod in which tho lino was strung bent liko a bow beneath tho strain of the swimmers powerful strokes. Mr. Oolrichs managed to keep his well, and only onco during flvo minutes was Mr. Powoll oblo to haul him back over tho imaginary start Ing line, nnd then only for about 10 or 12 foot, after which Mr. Oolrichs regained his ground and held until, n fow minutes later, the line snapped, aud tho contost was decided in favor of Mr. Oolrichs. It was now Horman Oolrichs' turn to compete for a wagor that ho had mado to tho effect that tho angler could not move him flvo feet toward thcCarrio in 15 minutes. For exactly 20 minutes ho kept tho lino taut. Tho angler did his host to haul him toward tho Carrio, but the swimmer did not lose a foot On tho contrary, ho gained peveral feet on tho angler before tho 20 minutes had When Mr. Oelrichs caino expired. aboard the flagship, ho was heartily choered, and a few moments afterward ho swam to tho shore, apparently not in tho lonst fatigued by his powerful exertions. It is understood that both Herman Oolrichs and Charlos Oelriohs havo mado largo wagers, which havo been accepted, that they both could hold their distances for a half hour without being hauled aboard a vessel under tho samo New York Sun. conditiouH. dif-tauc- match" for a wager tho other day eu ' mMMA'3t4rfffifatndty t'ADOKifs -l. trc(&tJfMM'S'rriand f"1'? QRETAT mftMifiJMlfp THE BUSINESS TRAINING SCHCOLOF.THE SOUTH. Hundrcos cr graduates houjinq fine positions. RtC0MNt,w w THE UAOmG WMNESS uiH 0F 77 THE COUNTRY, mention cqvrbb wanted. State College of Kentucky Opons September 10, 1896. Instruction is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Glassies, Normal School Work and in threo Scientific Courses ol Study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. County appointees receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights, free. County appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive trav eling expenses. Board in Dormitory $2 25 per week; n private families $2 to $4. For catalogues and other information, address JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph. D LL. D., President, Lexington, Ky. 4 1 UNDERTAKING -- . BY- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e r EtJLrtJbe With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed and Stubb'e. THE GIBB'S IMPERIAL FLOW, And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. h WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, B. K. WEAR EN. DUEL ON ENGINES. Owncra of Strain Thraahorit Kugnco In a Novel Ilattle, A duel with truction engines occurred out: "Now bo's bore und sho'B thorol" Tho cat had run to tho other ond of tho window cornice, und tho crowd Eczema, Tetter, chewed, rip wont tho boatswain's chair and all diseases of the blood and to tho roof again, and tho six tuombcrs of tho bicyolo repair gang hold a consulSr Makes You Well. tation. It was decided to try It again, Indigestion, constipation and dys- thin time baiting tho oat with a chunk pepsia, kidney and liver disease of boof tied to a ropo. Tho cat toyed yield to its curative powers and with tho boef as if ploying with n when cured it ir Keeps You Well. Said in Lincoln county by W. 11. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " & Hockcr, Craig W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. F. B. Twldwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Bcazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. J. K. VanArsdalo, DEALER IN mouse, much to tho aiuusanicut of tho crowd, but Maria kept fur away from tho man in tho chair. Engineer Brush fluolly rent for a fish not. When ho triod to capture Maria o with tho net, sho jumped from tho to tho window sill. A man lnsido tho building quickly covered her with u wicker pupcr basket and dragged her Into hiH oflloo. Tho cat by this Hino wan badly frightened, and, getting out of tho basket, ecrutched iter rescuer und escaped out of tho window back to her old position. Tho man with tho basket loaned out of tho window n porond timo. Tho cat looked nt him, nnd then glaucod down at tho crowd on Broadway, aa if measuring tho distanco with her eyo. Crouching down, sho fprnug from tho fifth story window Ifrdgo and Jandod on tho pidewalk right pido up with oanv Then eho darted oft, dodging imaginary toyfl aud real cablo cars and disappeareil around tho comer of Leonard street, New York Sun. cor-nicmes-Hunger GROCERIES, HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, &c Good Goods NEW BASEBALL PLAY. Toachca Out a lliuwi Hunner anil l'nralyzi'a Olaaacock. A play wa3 mado in tho St. Paul-Kans- TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ntclier as at tho Lowest Prices. Be Suro to Give Him a Gall. City game tho other day which old tlmo baseball men say they never saw before, and thoy doubt if a similar pluy ww) over mado in tho history of tho gamo. Jack Glasscock had mado third baso, und Bill Georgo had rcachud eocond. Superior Plumbing! lira workman of 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water Closets, Frostproof Water Pipes, Tubs Por-celain'B- ath Both took ndvantago of tho inplaying of tho field to catch an anticipated bunt nnd ventured far away from tho bases. Suddenly Jimmy Callahan, who was pitching for Kansas City, turned and ran for Georgo nnd touched him before ho could return to second baso. Glasscock could havo mado tho homo plate, but wnH so interested in watching Callahan that ho forgot to run. Chicago Timca-IIoral- d. A Political Novelty. A specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out ol the State. Atk your Danville friendt about my work. Rather a now kind of political organization has been formed at Temple, Tex. ia a MoKiuley and Hobart club organized among tho leading colored women of tho city. Tho call for tho nice ting created something of a stir among tho colored people, and a largo number of them assembled at tho appointed tinio last night to take in tho proceedings. Everything passed off peaceably and harmoniously. Mrs. Charlotto Ballow was elected prcsidont and Mrs. F. E. Epperson secretary as permanent ofllcors. San Antonio Express. It l'oor Suti.tituto. For "So." "So, son," said tho graybeard, "you in Jefferson county, Kan., about six are about to go forth to do battle with miles west of Tougmioxio, Tho result tho world." was that both engines were badly "Ye, father," answered the young wrecked nnd ono man fatally injured. man. Last week Enrlmrt, a farmer, went "Ono of tho first thing.? you should to seo Peat, who owned a thrashing loam, my boy," tho old man continued, tuacbino, and engaged him to como to "is to learn to Fay 'uo. ' " his furni nnd do his thrashing. Peat "I think I understand." promised to como on Monday. When "I duuuo whother you do or not. Tho Monday came, Peat did not arrive. point I am trying to get ia that tho Ho got auothcr machine. Tho second habit of saying 'uaw' and 'nit' was all machino was owned by Brooks, but ho collego, but it was right whilo you were in not running it, nor was ho with it. ain't tho correct thing for a business The men agreed to do tho work, but man." Cincinnati Enquirer. could not reach Earhart's before Tuesday evening. Just as tho engine was It All Depeude. steaming up tho road to enter tho farmHo had been buried in thought for yard gate Poat's machino camo up from somo time, tho other way. Both met at tho gate, "Do you supposo, " ho asked at last, which is somo distance from tho house. "tho new woman will ever sit on tho There immediately followed a dispute, supremo bench?" each ono deslrlug to get tho work, "It all depends," sho replied prompt- though tho job was n very small one. ly. "Sho'll nover do It so long as tho Tho disputo became more and more judges persist in wearing gowns." violent, and neither man would give Chicago Poit. wny to allow tho other to enter. They both then started up with tho determiA Lie Nailed. nation to enter dospito any opposition. "Sharpson, I dou't believo you havo Tho ouginos were started aud mot at the boon lnsido a church for six mouths." gate. Neither machino was injured. "Phlutz, that's unjust. Only throo Both backoa away to got better room to Sundays ago I spent nu hour aud a half outer, nnd tho second timo tho 6tart was in the vestibulo of one of tho finest mndo both engines attempted to mako churches on tho south sldo, when I was tho entrance. By this timo tho men out riding on my wheel nnd got caught running them were thoroughly angry, in a shower, blamo you!" Chicago aud tho throttles were opened wide. Tribuno. Ono engine reared on cud and fell partly over tho other, and both were Hard lilt. wrecks. Mildred Have you heard tho news A fireman named Stevens, who was Charlie Hinksnnd Mabel Buxton? about on Pent's engine, was caught between Adelaide No. What la it? tho cngino and water tank and injured He's in love with her. Mildred 60 he cannot live. Kansas City Times. Adelaide How do you know? Mildred He worked two hours at a Ilutclirr Knife In a Cow. stretch last night tryiug to teach her A year ago this summer a cow to rido tho bicycle. Cleveland mother to John Osboru, a Wyoming Loader. county (N. Y. ) farmer, swallowed a Sydney Smith Discredited. butcher kuife. Tho knlfo was accidentTho living skeleton mopped his heated ally dropped in the fodder of the brow. How it passed down tho throat of "I gness," ho sighed, "that tho phi- tho beast is a mystery, but that it did losopher who wanted to take off his has just been proved by tho knife proflesh and sit in his bones didn't know truding through tho ribs nnd forming a what ho was talking about." New Eore, When this soro wns opened, tho York Press. point of tho knife was seen. An attempt to drnw it out was made, but it could Proper Pride. only be drawn as far as tho hilt. A veterinary surgeon who was called says tho knifo probably passed from tho stomach into the lung cavity. The animal was out of sorts until tho sore -. l M i'.ivznif7?xrm broke, but ia now all right. Sho will bo fattened and killed for beef. com-plct- o nui-xna- THK nLUK-GRAS- S HERD OK xSTTHS1 RED HOGS. ISROXAUC3II, Crab Orchard, Ky My Breederi were tploctcd from mt brut herdi of thti famous breed of iwine In several different States. A splendid lot ot pijs of ditirecit as.pt for tale. Ured tows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address It. II. m n . n r ? O 1 O S . v 3 i 3 7 w 9? k 3 w if . ?; r. 3 u re -- . 3 3 js, " : C EL st " 5 5 " n 3 p I 5 v c "c j: ts 2 W ?. i W ? s- - r O G. 3 rl C n K 2 5' w S S g p R w " i 71 ' 5, jn n 11 ii lilEHhriiH? r C U O c 2. 3 3 C. aJ. pO- . 2 V) i tra L 2 S o w S 5 c n cu Q. si 3 o l. Thti Is tho best market and ours Is tho best houso to ship to. Wo mako liberal on consignments. Besides vro havo better faellltlcH than other houses In having lnnny largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay pot cash ; uot In trade. Ho traveling agents. Snip all your wool and form produce direct to HERNDON-CflRTE- R WOOLn WOOL. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murroll Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. THE ten J .- IS rjefig? T. F. CLARKE. Clement Houte Ilultdlng, Danville, Ky. MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY, McCuikor'e Challenge. Queen &Crescent ROUTE of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icthroueh trains. Div Coaches nnd Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridiati, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, not tarings ond Ashevillc; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroc ,fajQiQUt and Shrcveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, J via New Orleans or via Shreveport. T il.n T)1iio r?tiea Pi'fioa rr PinrMtinflti Cl.n . .. . w, Ku VSl't i.r-tree ranor with every accommodation to patrons, s ,pr e worm: WHITE'S GRE1M Ml Ml -- a VERMIFUGE! YEARS FOR Has lod all WORM Romodlon. KKHAUDSO 20 'EVERY BOTTLE 001.1) v ixx. GUARANTEED . CO., BT. tOClfl. UMlIinE imrooisTs. i'riari br For Heat? Orvingsville, Ky., feels itsolf entitled to claim tho weather record for tho year, inasmuch as a lemon in n drug 6toro sprouted under tho heat, shoots springing from eight of tho seeds. One of tho sprouts protruded through tho fikin and led to tho discovery. Hovr'a ThU Professor Donaldson's challenge to iwim any man in the world u race of 20 or 30 miles has received a reply from James L. McCusker of 18 Fleet street, Everett, Mass., who claims tho championship for long distance swimming und offers to raco Piofossor Donaldson either 6, 10 or 20 miles for 500 a sido anywhere around Nov. York within two or threo weeks from tho dato of signing articles. IaueIi or Un l'uniinelcil. It is dangerous to ignore humor in Arizona, ns n ranebmun uenr Fhenix loornp.iJ when he failed to show appreciation of a fellow workman's funuy itory Ho was so badly pummelcd that tho humorist has been arrested. "Well, Nigel, if I let you stay iu the drawing room, you must bo vary quiet, and not want to talk to mo when visitors nro horo. Bo you understand?" "Yes, mummy, I uudorstaud, but when I comes into tho drawing room, I nro u visitor!" Punch. !. .... .... rl Jf Stjl Sb. a , tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. . m... rrr rr.n Ttr n T fj fr. J StiritllUilL . O.' T- TV...I Ant VnWnnf f w W. V.V. A U.. I ldt I V- .acK&fJBsv " IS' V.'.'. m w - "t . "BSkT?-.- ' JUkt . ii- - A- - . jw fay V , t flsej Anwttd "" T" 'fl'" "rP r 'ilfw "..OMl. OjlafcHilduW, 3 -- jgrfaa-rar- f I &mi-Week- ly Interior Jouwjill Sept. APPEAL FOR ARMENIA. Two Organisations Differ m to acter of Help Needed. SHE WAS RESCUED: Char- Stanford, Ky., ii, 1896 the will sell of OilLll .$1.40. Salt andHamilton, Barrels at Isaac I C A T T1 I ! ritvo rcceivrd a Fresh Csr-L- oJ Seven Uuihel Rowland, Ky. AN ELECTION NOTICE. Nodes it given that an election will be E. C. Walton, Business Manager. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY A COMUIT-TEEMEETIX- G. xi '. LAKE'S AILMENT. i 4! Nf w Wl Facta About Volvos Glolxttor and ttie Effect on the Urn a 11111107. There will be a meeting of the demo"Tho lako is purging to boat the cratic count? committee held in Stan band," remarked Tom Gnrrieou, the ono ford, Ky., on Monday, Sept. 14th, (coun- eyed gnido nt Greenwood lako, on ty court daj), ftt 10 a. si. Every mem- Wednesday to a conplo of his patrons ber ia urgently requested to be preaent, from this city who arrived on tho first as business of vital importance will evening train after having telegraphed coins before the committee. to him to moat them nnd bo prepared J. E Oarbon, Chm'n, for moonlight bass Ashing. E. 0. Walton, Ast. Secy. vas When Tom said that tho lak purging ho xnoant to prepare thorn for f iur months the four vestibuled For limited trains of the Chesapeake & Ohio any diBitppointmcut they might meet, between Washington and Cincinnati each for it is a widely circulated theory that covered 699 miles 122 times, a grand ti-t- bass do not bite well wheu tho lako is Tom Garrison knows that of 292,312 miles, or nearly 11 3 times purging. there is no truth in it, bocauHo ho has the earth's circumference, and yet the four trains were on time 463 times out of frequently done hla best when the vratcr a possible 48S, an average of 95 per cent. was nt its worst, but ho thought it well Considering the number of trains, the to moderate tho hopes of his two patrons period covered, the distance run and the and put them iu n position where they mountainona nature of the country tra- would blame tho condition of tho water versed, these figures Bpeak volumes f ir rather than their guide if they failed to any fish. the pbyeiral condition and management catch "It is in a fearfnl state," said tho of the road, and account for this popudoctor as ho looked nt the water from larity with travelers between the East tho boat landing at Sterling Forest "I and West. nover saw it worso but once, and that was in 1898." The Discovery Saved Els Lift). Mr. G. Colliouette. druireist. llcaveisvilla III "What is it?" asked the doctor's comtart: "To Dr. Kiag's New Discovery I owe my panion. life. Wu taken with la grippe and 'tried all the vnvsicisnt ur miles aoout. out 01 no avail ana "It's just purge," said Tom. "Threo wat given up and told could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my ttore, 1 sect for or four times every year tho lako gets a bottle and began iti use and from the Crtt Odos began to set better and after using three b ttlct siok and throws off that stuff. It's just TO BREATHE FOR US NEXT. wat up and about again. It ia woith ita weight in like n man having tho hives or tho cold, we wont keep itore or house without it. prickly heat A good sharp rain would Here n Company That Will Do Almost Get a free trial at w. B. McRoberts drug store, Anything i'or Yon, cloar it up in no time, I've seen it all go awny in a night" Article of incorporation of tho United 0iva fYi TTaaHnnha As a remedy for all forma of Headache Electric Tom really believed what ho said, but States Guido and Information company Bittert has proved to be the very bett. It effects it only proved his lack of observation hnve been filed with tbo secretary of permanent cure and the mott dreaded habitual .111. l...ll. KICK UCAUAUiB HUM. k t .uuuittvv " u.&u JlU.ua I. I.flnim.a W .ICAA and hie faith in tho theories advanced Btato of New Jorsey, In Trenton. Tbo all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give by the natlvos with whom ho was authorized capital stock is $1,000,000. this remedy a fair trial. In cases ot habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the brought up. With the doctor it was dif- TJmj incorporators iuclndo somo of the needed tone to the bowels and few caes long young when his best known men of Now Jersey, among the use ot thit medidn . Try it OLce Large ferent lie was quito tottlca onlv so centt at W. B. McRoberts' Drug nttcntion was first called to tho purging them being Stnto Treasurer George B. Store. at tho lake. It was something entirely Swain and Comptroller W. S. Hancock. new to him. Tho water was almost as The company has issued an elaborate Bucklln's Arnica Salvo The best salve in the world for cuts, bruit est thick as gruol, with minute, greenish prospectus of ita pinna. Tho objeote are tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tores tetter, chapglobules suspended in it, and the surfaco to furutah tho public with nu authorized ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption! no pay repuired. It It curet at positivelyto give piles, or satisfaction or money was covered with a yellowish green corps of guides, under bond, for a cerperfect Iuaranteed Ecam composed oi the some little parti tain fixed ruto of compensation, with refunded. Price a$ cents per box. For tale by guarantee for tho faithful performance clei. W. B. McRobem druggist. Those on tho surface were apparently of their duty; to solicit panengers for A numher of Eastern mills hae dead, but thoso which hung poised in steamboats, steamships aud railroads shutdown. This is usually done just the water were lively, and moved to and nnd gnosis for hotols nnd boarding before a presidential election. It is a fro in a manner which led him to tho houses; to furuifh tho public all kinds trick of tha protected manufacturers to instant conclusion that they were ani- of information and ivdvico ; to sell tickets Ho captured a lot of them in a for all steamship and railroad lines, bring a pressure on their idle employees mal. mineral water bottle and took them parlor onrn, trolley and elevated roads to induce them to vote for McKinley. homo for microscopic examination. Ho nnd for theaters, concerts, lectures nnd Georgetown Timee.. did not for a moment think that he had all public entertainments; to act as mado any now discovery, but was euro agent for express aud freight ooiupaukw, SENT IT TO HIS MOTHER IN GEU.MANY. that the matter had been thoroughly nnd between such companies and tho Mr. Jacob Etbenten, who is in the employ of public; to investigate all branched of Co., at Des sioines, Iowa, studied ami described. Seeking authorithe Cblcago Lumber says: "I have just sent some medicine tack to my ties he quickly found a lot of liternturo businesH nnd report us to their reliabilmother in the old country, that 1 know trora perthe world f r about the littlo organisms, and of this ity nnd responsibility; to place ndver. sonal use to be the best medicine in rheumatism, having used it in my family for tev he remembered enough to set Tom right tisemeuts in the United States and in eral years. It it called Chamberlain's Pain Balta. and at tho same time instruct his friend. foreign countries; to employ attorneys, It always doet the work. "Each ono of thoso littlo spheres," he managers and agents for thotu needing For sale by Craig & Hocksr, Stanlord, Ky. said, "is an individual plant, with tho them, and to purchase material.', supIn a recent letter to the manufacturers, Mr. XV. peculiar faculty of propulsion. Tho plies and machinery of every descripF. Benjamin, editor of the Spectato, Ruthtord, N. tion, Tho guides nro to bo uniformed Y , says: 'It may be a pleasure to you to know namo of tho plant is Volvos globator, the high esteem in which CbambrUn's medi- or rolling balL It is ono of tho comand stationed at railroad depots, steamcines are held by the people of your on State, ship landings aud in prominent hotels. where ther must be best known An aunt of nine, monest forms of pond life, and has wonwho resides at Dexter, Iowa, wat about, to visit derful powers of reproduction. Each mea few ycas since, and belort leaving hoe PEARY HEARD FROM. wrote me, asking if they were sold here, staling little ball consists of a network holding that If they were not the would bring a quantity togother a number of littlo green specks, with her, as the did not like to be without them." and each has a number of Home littlo hairs Professor Tarr Writes Hoims. Trom tlie The medicines referred to are Chamberlain's btaawstilp Cough Remedy, famous for its curet oi colds and which it keeps in motion, and their accroup; Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, tion upon the water rolls tho ball over Tbo first direct news from tho Peary lame back, pains in the side and chest, and Cham Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and propels it along in un irregular arctic expedition received iu Gloucester, berlain's f.,r howel comolainu. Tbeie medicines have been manner. Each of theso spooks, in time. Mat., camo tho other evening iu a long in constant use in Iowa for almost a quarter of a Mi's. Tarr, wifo of Professor century. The people hive learned that tbey are will burst from tho parent globe aud letter to Ralph S. Tarr of tho Cornell scientific articles ot great wortn ana merit, ana unequaieu become an indopoudent volvox. When by any other. tho last one escapes, tho parent sphoro party which is with Lieutenant Peary For tale by Craig & Hocker, Htanlord Ky. rises to tho surf aoo and dies, to bo wafted on tho steamer Hope, which Killed July 15 from Sydney, C. B. From all atcounts, Chamberlain's Cough Remashoro by tho wind. edy is a Godstnd to the afllicted. There is no ad While tho letter wus written on board "This littlo organism is never found vertisement about this ; we just feel like saying it. 19, The Democrat, Carrollton, Ky in running water, but its presence in a tho steamer at sea, July 17, 18 andLabit boars tho postmark of northern pond, lako, or reservoir is not nn indiThey givo money pretty liberally at cation that tho water is stagnant I rador, Aug. 15. Professor Tarr says 17 they were west of Boono bay, Rtv. A. B. Simpson's church at Old Or- havo come to tho conclusion, however, July miles on thoir way, with fiuo Sundays ko that agitation of the wutor kills tho 200 chard, New York. A fw weather nnd smooth sea. the collection amonntod to J 101,500, most volvox. You may look in vain for them Tho 18th they wero passing through in tho brook a quarter of a inilo below of which went to foreigu missions. Bella isle in tho midst of wonderful tho lake at a timo when tho lake U thick During the 41 days racing at Butte, with them and when tho water is rush scenery, whoro tho rugged, high hills Montana, 200,000 people- pnssod through ing out iu torrents. Tom is wrong about were all covered with snow. July 9 gates and t'2,000,000 through the pool rain killing them. Rain alone will not they had roachod Turnavik island, latitude 55.30, which was about halfway boxes. Secretary Ed Tipton, of Lexing- do it, but a heavy windstorm wilL "My experience in relation to tho ef- up the coast of Labrador, where tho letton, managed the meeting. fect upon the fish is that tho volvox docs ter was given a fisherman to put on The National Baptist convention not mako much difference if other con- board the mail steamer for Newfoundrepresenting more than one and a quai. ditions are right, and the moot impor- land. All hands wero well aud tho outlook ter million of colored Baptists, will meet tant condition is the nppotite of tho most encouraging. Sep. 10. at St. Louis, basa. Tho volvoxgrowth is never thick um enough to prevent tho fish from seeing IlatalA liny Oar Machinery. healthy man it a continual irThe big, hearty, ritation to hit dyspeptic frisnd. Coastipation is tho bait, aud I havo caught baas when Tho Russian governncnt has been the root of nine tenths of the sickness of men. It the littlo organisms mado a green soum can be cured easily, naturally and quickly Na on the Burfaco, through which onr boat negotiating for Eomo timo with the tare it continually working at hard at she can to Iron company, in Newcastle, throw off impurities and to throw off poisonous left tracks. In these tracks were tho Del, to secure a vast amount of ita refuse matter. When there It an impediment Dr. only places where I could seo the water machinery, nnd tho bargain has been Pierce't Pleasant Pellets set the wheels working again without any trouble. They assist sature in at nil, so thick was the scum of dead completed on satisfactory terms to both a gentle, healthful, efficient way. There is noth volvox." Now ork Sun. ing violent about their action and yet it It just at parties. Tho contract moans the delivdo not certain at it It were twice at violeat. ery of all tho material of tho tubo and become a Slav to their use." They are different A (Ireat Railway Warehouse. pill for the cure of conand better than any other pipo mill connected with tho iron comThe groat railway warehouse in Livstipation, headache and kindred derangements. Almost all druggists understand this and are con erpool of the Midland Railway company pany's big plant nnd also involves tho acientious enough to tell you so.The druggist who sending to Russia of a largo forco of tries to tell you a substitute it not a safe man is pronounced one of tho most uotablo workmen, who will put tho machinery from whom to buy medicine. stamps to World's structures of its kind iu tho United together and start it in good running Send at rents in Dispensary Medical Association, Bufialo, N. Y., Kingdom. Massivo gird era, weighing order. and receive Dr. Pierce't 1008 page "Common about 10 tons each and resting on 90 Sense Medical Adviser,'' profusely illustrated. columns, support tho building, which is That Oldeat Man Again. 5 Etorio? high, 392 feet in length. 170 The old time colored man n century Ohickamauga, Sept. 19 and 20th, 1963. feet wido and 84 feet high. There wore Tae anniversary of this groat fight will usod in itsoonstruotion 0,000,000 bricks, or two old has bobbed up again. This it is Richard Reddick, said to bo b i remembered this year by a low rate 1,800 tons of stono, 3,000 tons of ce- time in 1777, born This makes the gentleman excursion over the great Qneen & Ores-Ci- ment, 10,000 tons of conorcto, 700 tons HOyoars old. Ho was interviewed in route, from all points in the North of slato, 0,000 tons of ironwork, 44 27 Federal street by an afternoon paper a mile. Only 37.25 round-tri- p tons of hoop iron, 1,000 tons of timber, reporter, who coaxed him through tho at one-ceusual "I saw Georgo Washington" and from Cincinnati, and a low rate from 100 tons of lead, 33 tons of nails, 1 nores of glass and moro than half an "When I was a slavo" formula. Tho all points South of Cincinnati. nro 55 shoots conacre of reporter conscientiously adds that ho The Queen & Crescent will give half r necting zinc. Thero storied or floors. tho differont "breathed hoavily" during tho interrates to Covington, Sept. 14 and 15 on acview. Pittsburg'Dispatch. count of the meeting of the Grand Lodge She Dreamed of Her Death. Knights of Pythias, Sept. 15 to 18. Miss Margaret E. O'Connor of St To Explore Mexican Rains. Philadelphia, Pa. National Druggists' Louis was recently drowned in Englo Tho Mexican government has authorlako, near Racino, Wis. After her death ized tbo thorough exploration of the Association. October 5th to 9th. Qcbbn & OnEecBNT. Reduced ratta to her family discovered among her effects ruins of Mitla, situated south of diary in which sho hod mado an outry aro a mystery to Newport races. One fare for round trip a These two weeks previous, in which sho told archaeologists, ruins Cinand thoir exploration is from Somerset and points north to of a dream wherein Bbo saw hersolf expected to bring to light many intercinnati. drowned in a lako which she described. hisW. O. Rinbabson, Q. P. A., Oincinna: Hor description fitted exactly the real esting facts in regard to the early tory of that country. ti.O. circumstances of her death. al 1 ! re-- btt 1 m m Del-awar- Tho Armenian Relief association has Issued n long appeal to tho bnsincss men of America, asking them to help in forming a rescno fund of $1,000,000 to help the Armeninns. Thoir plan of campnlgn is to try to iiuprovo tho condition of Armenian Christians through political chnnnels, and, failing that, to supply them with funds to ennblo thorn to emigrate. Tho other association which interests iteolf in tho causo of theso snbjects of tho saltan, tho national Armenian relief committee, feels that this is a mistake that no good can bo dono by theso methods, and that the plnu of asking tho United States government to interfere in behalf of tho Armenians which is advocated by J. Bleccker Miller, chairman of tho executive committco of tho Anncuinn Relief association, is not wise. Although anxious to rniso funds for their relief, tho members of tho national committee of tho woman's branch, of which Miss Wilhelminn L. Armstrong is corresponding secretary, think that help should como iu nnothor form. They havo found that immediate reliof is most needed for food, clothes nnd medical attendance. In their rescue work in Turkey they find that more money is needed for nctnal present necessities than for nuy farreachiiig attempts. Miss Armstrong feels strongly that the centuries of oppression nnd fighting for principlo and to bo truo to their faith have taught tho Christian Armenians courage and energy, and sho says that she is quito euro they would bo ready to help and defend themselves if they were merely given tho means. THIS IS THE THRILLING BUT FUL TALE OF A TRUTH- BUCKET. It Wna No Ordinary, Old Oaken, Iron Bound, Most Covered llucket It Came Into tho Tiny Ilcrano Miss Sadlo Objected to IleliiK Called "Dead Slow." This Is tho talo of a bucket. Incidentally ft is n tale of daring do, of beauty in peril, of bitter tears, of manful endeavor, of horoio rescue, of thanksgiving for daugora past. no ordiunry bucket, no moss covered buckot, no old onkon buckot thnt hung by the well. It was a bucket of distinction, a bucket of parts, n bucket of illimitiblo hospitality nnd inherent beneficence. Whatever its ostensible raison d'etre, thero aro many who will seo iu this Chovalior Ilayard of huckots a manifestation of tho linger of Providence, many who will swear that it was fashioned by fnto for tho snecor of a beleaguered damsel. Whereof tho story It was from this conjunction of circumstances. They had left Skaggs' Springs, theso happy tonrists, for a tramp tlirough tho mountnins. They had just orrived at tho baso of Major'H rock when the ill advised San Franciscan inado his about Oakland girls being "dead slow." Miss Moyerfrieud's eyes shot fire as they traveled to tho summit of tho rock, which towcw skyward 100 feet like a huge mouolitli. "Lot's climb to tho top," sho said, darting at the detractor of Oakland girlhood a glance which said "dosn't" as plainly as words. Tho yonng man looked dubiously nt tho forbidding crag, but his prido forbade him to weaken, and ho responded: Important fact Na 2 is that immediately thereafter Miss Moyerfricnd hazarded tho feat which made her famous, nnd without which this talo of a bucket would nover be written. Let him who dares draw an iuforenco slow." Sadio scaled on hor road toward the skies. Miss Meyerfriend was from Oakland. Hor fellow tourists, n dozen or po, wore from San Francisco. To seek to probo a wotunn's motives may bo both folly and presumption, but ono is bound to tnko cognizance of important facts. Important fact Na 1 iu tho tnlo of a bucket is that Miss Moyerfricnd overheard a yonng man in the party hazard tho opinion that Oakland girls wero "dead followeth: 'Twas July 23, aud quito poft wero tho skies, whence it might be inferred thnt Sadio Meyerfriend was likewise. Which the meter's is rough as tho rocks hld on pc'IHon aiclerkor lodo 1 IL1J. I any kind of work that is honest, honorable ahd profitable. Am willing to work for a small salary until I prove myselr fit lor the Attheiwulfr Noembr Klfctlon, In Lincoln position. Recommendation Kl'en if desires'. J county, Kt., lor the purpos. of taking tbt of tb lecal and qualified voters of said county nie Alex Stephenson, Stanlord, Ry. on 54 the proposition wither or not lo hav,, Fre turn, pikrs and Uravr-- Itaids in said county ol Lincoln QAT J? I A Rentle horse, suitable Said election will b held In pursuance ot aa order OA.L1J, for ladies and children to ol the judgaot the Lincoln County mad drive, and surrey in Rood older. Also one suit and enured at the Auuust term ol Court, court, said of bed room furniture and sn Kmmtreon Plauo iSv6 which order is in words and figurst, as felForie Apply to Mrs M. J. Collins, Hustoaville. lows, UftMlarTsrin Lincoln Couuty Court, hsld Au o, 18.S, Hon. M. Davison, Judge 1'rtsidiog. In the matter of J M. Cook and others, vol rsel Lincoln county, Ky tor a vote In said county ipon ths proportion to have fre. Turnpikes and Gravel Koads In said county. On motion of the applicants' counsel herein, the I am still stent let Falls Ilranch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, 10 you get such application ot ). M lo k and others, voters or Lincoln county, s. y heretolore directed lo, and as von wmit at the lowcit price for Cash. Office. Mill St. aud Railroad Crossing, opnooite received by the County Judge cf Us Lincoln Co. Court, wss ml milled to the Judge of said court at Roller Mills. j. O. Iherrgslar August 37 Stanltrd, Ky. day I August, 18,0,term theieol, and en the loth and il appearing to the satis, fatten of the Judged said court that a written application asking for a vote upon the proposition w to have Kree Turnpikes and Grsvel Heads in Lin1 coln county. Ky.. was heretofore, On the 6h day ol AuBust, I8v6, presented to and rsceiv edby said Judge, aud that said written appllea-- . 5 br number ol vettrs of said Co. ?.WM Llnco'n equal to ij per cent, ef the vete cast at tn ins last preceeding election held in said e unt, 3" O which wss a general and regular election, and the O " petitioners nuking ssld appllcaUon having paid into court a sufTic lent amount ol money to pay for tbe orders, printing, advertising and all otner CD espenst s connected win, the election prsV CD ed lor.lt is ri(1r therefore ordered that an election be held In Lincoln county, Kentucky, at the next regular election therein on the jrd day of Nftvein-M- r 3 p w "Amors than 60 days intervening between " 5 trie entering of this order and the dsy of said reg. Htg: 3 tilar election, to take the sense tf the qualified v -3 ters ol said county upon the proposition to have 2- - n "."P"1" nu Uravel Koads in er Lincoln, and Thomas D. Newliad, the said Co. the sheriff O o 3 of said county 0r Lincoln, Is hereby directed to 0 K n open a poll at eacb and all of the voting precinct o3 in silJ county of Lincoln at the time heretofore cr 8designated, for the purpose ol taking the sense of t ne qualified vo ers or the county ol Lincoln on w tiwipiuposiilonaloresaid. jo o T.D. NEWLAND. in a. c. L & WANTrfi VYin POOP rUUrv A Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 1896, t: COAL I o r? 00. 0 'nd 3.. a ry pu 0 c fi a r H WO"" q l 'A CD 3 D 5' o-O Q ' w o o "" o " a. o. in i CD H 3 in j" 3 O & n o 3 g GT Pro 50 Are You ? Afraid f To Rend Both Sides of r V 3 o p CD z Bryan try The Question? The New York Journal Ii the orty Metropolitan paper Indorsing and Sewall, w eJtSbtS t 3 And It daily publishes articles by the lesding el the country 00 both sides of ths quca "Silver Versus Gold," It Is progressive, liberal and always tspouses the cause ol the masses. Every broad minded man should read It, whether Democrat or Republican. o oae-con- t. W nt nt Pu-obl- a. And tho rest of tho party echoed Daily .OnaCeit :verywh(te "Let's" in varying moods nnd tenses of Subscription for One Mouth, including reluctance. Sunday . 40 Cents The Oakland girl led tho way. With Twc Months snd a Half .. , . co tho agility of a chamois and tho deterSend Subscription to mination of tho young man who bore mid snow aud ice a banner with tho strango device "Excelsior, " sho bounded Circulation Department, NEW YORK. to tho lowermost ledgo and began to 31 climb. The llippnnt young man followed hor. Tho rest compromised by looking on nuu uttering words 01 encourage meut. After nwhilo sho reached tlra summit New Line W twren Cincinnati, and bent uon her companions bouenth n rather red but very triumphant face. Hollowing her hands into a speaking trumpet sho uttered a scries of ejacnla-- ' Solid Trains, tions of which tho breezo permitted es Fast Time, fragments to reach tho earth : Excellent Equipment. ca "Simply benutiful ought to eoothe, 1 ever view most exJuluratuig air Inaugurated May 24. 53 lovely natural M;at howu hi nature out TIIK SCHEDULE. of why didn't Mr. enjoy this is ho ... Lve. Cincinnati 900 a.m. 9 3 P. m. Air. Toledo. .. j s p, iu. 6 55 a. m. ill; hooroar for Oakland!" i a. rn. ... .5 4) p. 01. Arr. Detroit 15 Miss Meyerfriend hnd produced tho Thiourb coachra and parlor cars on dav trains. recusation sho desired, and nt tho end of Through coaches, Wagner Hleeriog Cars Cincinnati lo Toledo aud Cincinnati to Detroit on night 15 minutes sho started to descend trains. HMsS FROM No. S. started, but no more, llcr friends saw No service between Cincinnati. Toledo and l)e troltis AS GOOD ASOUK NLW YORK LINK, her climb down it few feet, aud then AS f.OOD ASOUK CHICAGO LINE, stop, with ono foot gesticulating eloAS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINK. quently over a chasm. Then uhe tried it nut your tlckcis thruueh vis "Dig Four," Kor full information call on agents er address with tho other foot, aud then sho climbed D I) MAK1IN, K. O McCORMACK, back to tho top. Sho peered down tho Pass TrsrtcMgr Gen. Pass, A Tkt. Agt, escarpment on all sides, looking for a ...ir you akkooino...... practicable path. Sho tried it backward, frontward, sideward, until hor frieude k expected to mi hor compromise by walk. THU ing down on her hands. Finally sho had a good cry, and theso wordH floated to i tho watchers beneath : l can't get down &ome( "Uni of you men help mo I'll dio of fright don't do something ladder or something sure I shall fall Louisville a, Nashville r. n, I toll my poor mother!" Half a dozen men nprang to rcqIo the Is the line for you, as Its rock, but their strength was not equal to tho task. Messengers wero sent posthasto to tho hotel at Skaggs' Springs, Makejcloss connections at but that meant dolay, and moan while LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Miss Meyerfriend of Oakland was wring For all points. iug her hands and declaring that sho THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. would dio of hunger and oxposuro own UAOOAOE CHECKED THROUOU For any informaiioa enquire of if sho wero not dashed to pieces from JOES. HICK. Agent, tho Rummit Stanford, Ky of Thorns. Ropes nnd ladders camo from the Undo Sam's Crown hotel, nnd then camo tho laborious work ' I will not alii to press down upon tho bleedof thorns." of digging holes in tho rook and fasten- ing brow ot labor this crownJenninor Biitan. William ing ladders where they would do tlw Chicago, July 0,1800. Only Diisct Lite Between most good. By this time, however, Sadio All voters should read tho Cnmpaljru Edition Meyerf riend was in a collapso and could of Tito Arunn, which began with tho Juno Usuo Shortest, and quickest between and runs to November (U months), price, do nothing to aid iu her own rescue. Frankfort, Georgotown and Paris, In this emergency tho buckot arrived. Oarllslo, MayeviUo, Oynthiana, It is bootless to tell whero tho buckot to Iluslncsa Ofllco ot Falmouth and Oovinsrton. was found or who found it Enough Bead your subscription this paper. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Train that it was a big buckot big enough to run by Centra Standard Time. 23.00 WANTED Time Tabltt April ig, i80. bear tho fairest freight over borno by a week caBlly men nnd women nt onto. Cammado taking orders tor tbo bucket. paign Edition ot tlio Arena. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. HtAlNS EAST. Bccuro your territory nt once, address a. m, p. m. p. m. Tho bucket was hoisted to tho summit Aitr.NA VuausiiiNO Cojipant, A LveFranklort 635 00 405 of Major's rock, aud tho roscuora exhibHoston, .Mas. . Elkhorn jcS I so " Stamping Uround 7 a; 43; ited it dramatically to tho terrified 43 Geoipetown.il... 7 45 4SS J maiden. .. 7 50 Arr. C. S. Depot joo 3ao C " Paris "Lo!" they Kiid. "Your solvation. 830 J3S 400 Pray descend. " TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. "What," sho sobbed, "in a bnckot?" a. m. p. m, a. m. p. m. Lve Paris C 9 jo "Even so," said they. 3" 4 3S B. Depot 16 31 C. 631 " Georgetown U 10 40 ojo And so sho huddled into it, tho poor, 3 41 6 40 EYE " Stamp'g Gro'd 10 jS 634 frightened littlo Oakland girl, and, cov7 ay " Elkhorn . 11 16 711 ering her faoo from nhumo and grief, Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 8 is 7S was lowered to tho bosom of her family SUNDAY TRAINS. aud friends, whilo nobody cheered louder than tho flippant young man whoso re'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES mark had caused all tho trouble. " ' r S tjp. m. J5own A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Concerning which it is whispered fbaKentuckr Midland Railway anTcSrise. 15 yoars as tho known for Uons form the shortest and chesnest that tho talo of tho buckot may devolop all BEST REMEDY for PILES.; points Bouth, Bast, North and Vst. route to u sequol that Sadio Meyerfriend nover "" suspected whou sho clambered up MaC. Dr UERCa'Fg upa'sVnl 80I.D JIT AI.I imUOGIUTS. OKO. B.UARPEhtec'r&G.Sup rrttiMitrSiciABc:ci! hid co.. e?.x.oui3. jor's rock. San Franoieco Examiner. j "Let's." J The New York Journal. ..... The New York Journal, -- fl ' ' "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. tho a . . Campaign Edition. THE ARENA. uii-n-- n ."illiiL WORTH WEST, -- ' A r Boo-hoo-ho- 11 , Double Daily Trains Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort ONE DOLLAR. 1 , 1 TABLER'SDIT B'JtiK T Hill D M M OINTMENT I" . I f Frankfort Kv .'. "T- -- .x,.. - -- . - i.,,.i- - i.a.,,. & H- - i.T?hv &- -. Jt ,.' - t 'SUrf.f r mi-Wee- Mmtm g$fa&i Danville, Kentucky. Interior JouRHE Sept. ii, 1896 For school supplies, tablets, now tionary go to W. B. MoRcberts. sta- - Stanford, Ky., . Go to Severance & tioa'a court day for bargains in shoes, clothing and hats. C. Walton, Business Manager. ready mixed paints Back-hand- Wk can save you money on family, Craig A Uocker. FALL ANINOUCEMENT. Wc arc now ready for business. Have in very lull and complete lines of all the goods we handle. The only way the "hard times" cry has affected us is to make us even more careful than ever before to buy the very latest and most desirable goods at the lowest cash prices. Wc arc determined to sell goods, and as an evidence that wc will sell them, wc have been busy every day since we opened new goods. Wc invite you to come soon and often. You will not only save money, but will have a better stock to select from and will sec the very latest ideas. Dress Goods. Black Goods arc still in universal demand and wc will show you more than any five stores in this section. Most of them imported by us and not to be found elsewhere. Every price from 25c to $2.50. Quantities of dress lengths in Mohair and Scotch novelties. Stylish all wool novelties at 25c. Irish fringes and fancy plaids at 25c and 35c. Novelties buy the case at 50c, Coc and Gsc; better values and more styles than ever before. Paff and Winter Wraos. 600 new Wraps to select from. Capes in Cloth and Plush at all prices, from $2 to $25. Jackets by the hundred, from S3 to $25. Choice line of new Fur Coilarettcs. These are so stylish and so be- coming they arc bound to have a big run. Feather boaz arc better than ever. Wc have them from S5C to i?n. Wc call special attcn tion to four lines of Child's Reefer Jackets, which wc arc offering at less than half price. These are all new goods, but were samples and odd garments. If interested come now, as lots arc small. Child's Stylish all wool Reefers, 4 to 12 years Si. 25 " Heavier Reefer, new Mixtures, 4 to 12 years 2.oo 27 " 3.00 " All wool Navy Bouclc Reefers, " 12 " vcr Handsome Fall Weight Reefers, " 3.00 20 35 . Ladies' Fine Shoes, A We make a specialty of fine shoes. Always have the new ideas durable. We now have in shape and style. All perfect fitting In complete lines of Fall and Winter Shoes in brown and blacks in both round and needle toes in all widths. Prices $2 to S4. OTfE QOODS. We havn't space to more than mention our new Hosiery and Underwear, Cluzc Patent Thumb Kid Gloves, new Wash Goods, Notions, 'Blankets, Comforts, Linens, &c, but we have full, new stock of all these. We are the only Agents in this section for BUTTERICK PATTERNS. t ..1 isss;3 r .k: mx1? KM' mr mr JF v- J fjfcrffiefr w Danville, Ky. JTuto- s, Bridles, Collars, Hames, You should take your prescriptions to Pads, Trace ChainB, Ac, at cost at WarPenny' drug store whero prompt and ren A Shanks'. accurato service is guaranteed. A little daughter of Miller and Eliza PERSONAL POINTS. Broaddus died of whooping cough. That epidemic is very prevalent in colored cirMies Coha Josks, of Wayne, is a guest cles. at the St. ABaph Hotel. Miss Doi.lib Williams, of Hustonville, Tub weather has been delightfully is the guest 0( Mrs. Mary Craig. pleasant and the signal service rays toMr. I. L. Inoiiam, of Louisville, is with morrow will be fair with stationary temperature. hts grandfather, Isaac Hamilton. . Mil. V. H. 8hankb is in Cincinnati Lost. -- Bit ween Crab Orchard Springs buying fall Roods for his largo cash store. Miis. Malinda Haydhn returned yes- and Lancaster a ladies' long, gold watch terday from a visit to relatives in Madi- chain. Liberal reward for return to Louis Landram, Lancaster, Kv. son. .. is spending a JtiDoit M. 0. Sauh-kTaxes. Tho tax books aro ready and few days with his old friends at Monti-cell- o. your tuxes are due and unpaid. By set tling at once you will save yourself both Mn. Oaiil Wheklkii and MIbs Mattie expense and trouble. T. D. Newland, Alcorn, of Hustonville, were here this sberifl. week. While boring a well for Mr. Joah Jonea Miss Mauv I'owhLL, of the Shelby City Strauh A Totten's drill broke at a depth Sevsection, is the guest of Mrs. Joaeph of 100 feet under the ground. A portion erance. Dailky left yesterday to of it atuck fast aud the lastfew days have Miss Isaiiella reaumo her studies in the college at Mex- been spent in getting it out and repair ing it. ico, Mo. Miss Jennie McKi.nnky, of the West John Mubfiiy, who was pardoned by Kod, is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gov. Worthington, Monday, was here McKinney. yesterday to see about getting back his lUv II U. Maiiosy went up to Knox old job of braking. He bad no trouble count jeeteaday to attend the Mt. Zion in securing it and will go to work in a association. few days. Mm. Maooik Dunn and Miss Lena Tub Danville Advocate Bays the city BrlgM, of Lancaster, aro gueata of Mrs. council is thinking of passing a Curfew M. S. Baughman. Mips Peaiil Hurnsidk Is visiting her ordinance, forbidding children on the cousins, MieseB BeEBie and Jennie Burn-aid- streets after 0 o'clock at night, unless with their parents or guardian. Such a fn Garrard. Wm. Dauohkiity and Peter law might very well be applied here. Mkbbiis. t Stranb, Jr., are at Tatbetn Springs in Lkcture. Mrs. Anna McClarv, wbo search of health. represents tho Viavi treatment, cordially Mns. M. F. Bhisklky, of Louisville, Invites the mothers and daughters to atand Mrs. 1'. W. Green, of McKinney, tend a free lecture Wednesday, Sept. 1G, weie guests of Mrs. J. 15. Portman. at 3 r. m. at Walton's Opera House by Mr. D. H. Rki, of Pittsburg, came Mrs M. W. Bender, of Louisville. down to attend the OJd Fellow's lodgei of which he is a member, Tuesday Rattle Snake John Campbell brought to town Wednesday and had on night. Mr. W. G. McAliuiib, of the Louis-vlll- exhibition at M. D. Elmore's Btore a Times, was here yesterday helping etulied rattle snake that he killed on Agent Barnes Wearen increase his sub- Green river a fttw weeks ago. It measured b feet in length and was nearly as scription list. Miss Annib Bronauok Esoleman has large as a man's arm. There were 12 ratreturned to Potter- - College, Bowling tles on It. Green, and Mies Anna Evaus Bright to Contest. Mrs. Laura Daniels, of DanviMillersburg College. lle,-was here a few days ago to get one Mil. Al Burns, of HiiBtonville, spent of our young ladies to repreeent Stanseveral days with his old friemh here. ford in her elocutionary contest to occur Like the rest 0! the West Enders he is at the Opera House in her city, Sept. 18, an ardent admirer of silver. but failed to do bo. The contest promises Rkv. II. H. Mills and wife have gone to be a lively one as seven young ladies to Somerset to visit Mr. Mills' grandfrom as many towns will contest. Misa mother, Mrs. Sallio Mills, and to attend Mary Stowell, of Indianapolis, a noted annual conlereuce, which meets at that soprano, will furnish the mutic for the place. Rev. H. N. Falconer was here this occasion. week en route to his charge at Barbour-villa- . Cueai' Rates. Agent J. S. Rice tells He had been to Lancaster, where us that tho L. & N. will sell tickets at he preached several times and made b one fare for the round-triSept. 12, on fine impression. account of the notification meeting at Hon. J.S. Owsley, S11., is back from Louisville. A special train will return Nashville and Lebanon, Tenn. From eame night at 11 o'clock, but tickets wil talks with people of all parties and pre be good to return on 13th. Tickets will delections he tlnds that Bryan will carry be sold at same rate Sept. 14 on account tho State easily. of Bryan speaking in Louisville. Special Miss Lena Biiioht, of Lancaster, is train at 11 r m. to return, but tickets agent for Henry Taylor Noel's new novel good to return on the 15th. "BryBonia," which is receiving much Puulic School There have been en favorable comment, and is herd proaecu-tiu- g and visiting Miss Msr rolled up to now 113 pnpile, 04 boy? and the canvass 49 girls in the public rchool. Mr. Grubbs garct Noel. tiHs enrolled in his room 57 and Mies Wright has 50. There are seats for only CITY AND VICINITY. 90 and on Tuesday there were 10S in at Bargains in guns at Craig & Hocktendance, so 12 were compelled to sit any whero they could. The trustees have Tablets and school supplies at Craig A ordered seats for 42 more, then 133 can Hocker's. be accommodated. No more should start Want to buy old gold orsilver. Dauke, until notified that the new desks have " arrived. The trustees are making repairs the jeweler. of windows, etc., as fast as possible. E Come to the auction Monday. W. H. L. Grubbs. Wearen & Co. Some of the Christian Endeavorers of Comi'Letk stock of echool books at W. Shelby City are waltzing on their auricu-larB. McRoborts. because of a typographical error in our letter from there, which made it apHbadquahtkrb for fino perfumes. pear that they entertained recently Craig A Uocker. "with" wine, dancing and card playing, clock when it should have been "without." CouiiT day bring your watch and " Keep your nether garments on, young for repairs to Danks. men, for we assure you that neithor the Auction Monday, Sept. 14. One day correspondent nor the proof reader had only, W. II. Wearen A Co. any intention whatever to wrong you or your society, which inculcates principles Fall line of Zjigler shoes now at and a rule nf practice of which your Shanks'. Zeigler'a Btaoea are the most communication shows you have not comfortable, most stylish, most durable liarned. and the cheapest. r " Speaking Chairman A. K. DenDy Tim Stanford Male and Female Acad andT. M. Goodknight, of the campaign nd emy, Prof. F. J. Duffy principal, committee, announce the following Mies Ruth Elleison, atsistant, has startspeaking for next week: ed oat with 25 pupils. Stanford, Monday, September 14, at 1 Mr. M. F. North v. m., John B. Thompson, candidate for Milleucievillb. will speak there Saturday at 7:30 r. m. in Congress. McCormacks Tuesday, the interest of the democratic party and Bryan and Bewail in partic- Sept. 15, at night, Dr.,, J. T. Bohon and J. E. Robinson. ular. . . Milledgeville, Wednesday, Sept. 10. at In another column the advertisement night, J. W. Rawlings, assistant district of Thomas Dalton appears. He haB had elector, and M. F. North. years' of experience in a jeweler and as Hustonville, Thursday, Sept. 17, at 3 8n engraver he can't bo beaten. Give . m , J. W. Rawlings aud M. F. North. him a trial. Can be found at Penny's Turnesvllle, Thursday, Sept. 17, at Drug Store. night, J. W. RawlinRS and M. F. North. Caution. Since we use nothing but Kingsvillo, Friday, Sept. IS, ut night, ooWt wheat, and guarantee every pound Judge W.E. Varnon and M. F. North. Waynesburg, Saturday, Sept. 19, 2 p of our flour, you should insist on having m., Robert Harding and Judge Varnon. Some other mills are our goods. Ottenheim, Saturday, Sept. 19, at and musty wheat. J. H. I night, Judge Varnon and M. F. North. Baugbman & Co, y You can get at Earp's gallery six Tril Found Dead. Dr. T. J. Faynp, a by Panels furnishod on the Aristo Plall- - prominent physician of Crab Orchard, na paper for $1. This offer is from now died suddenly Monday evening from the till October lot. etlecte, It is thought of strychnine taken tor aick stomach. Another little girl arrived Wednesday an Inquest, when aSquire Edmlston held verdict was rendered night to further bleeB the union of Mr. that he died from the effect of some poand Mrs. H. D Gregory. The father ar- tion taken, without successful intent. Ho rived from Grayson the same night. leaves a wife, two daughters, Mrs. H. H. .. Tub papers are publishing that Boss Cherry, and MIbb Maybelle Fayne, and Davison is sick and notable to prosecute one son, to mourn his los. hia canvass in the eOort to create sympaGuanoed His pLANs.-"- Big Injun" thy for him. He may bo sick at heart Roth well and W. O. Oweley, of Lancasand doubtless is, but physically ho seems ter, wero here yesterday. The former to he as well as be ever was. At least he says he bos changed his plans regarding is on tho street a good portion of his his trip to Lexington to hear Bryan, and time. instead of walking through ho aud his Nicnosi8- .- Drs. W. B. O'Bannon and friends will start early Monday morning W. N. Craig operated on Josh Dye, Jr , in wagons drawn by two itnmenee tracin jail Tuesday. He has been suffering tion engines. "Wh have engaged the Lancaster band," said he, "and by the from necrosis since he was shot by Elliott. The patient stood it pret- time wo get to Lexington we will have ty well but has been quite sick since. It gathered enough recruits to increaae our will he nmernbered that he is in jail for number to 5,000." Mr. Rothwell is very sanguinB of Mr. Bryan's election and stealing his uncle's G. A. R. suit. says Garrard will do her best for him. As-ber- ry The colored man, Elmore Knox, who ... ... ... Postmaster Hamilton at Lancaster Wednesday, particulars of which are given in our correspondence from that place, married a daughter of Will Cook, of this place, about six woeke ago. The body wbb brought her and interred in the cemetery yesterday afternoon. was killed by Stephen A. Douolas who probalby never would have been known outside it not been for bis grand old father, hasn't much of a reputation 119 a speaker but the rads from all over the county will be here to bear him. It doesn't take much to interest them generally speaking, and particularly so since they have been listening for a month or more to little who have made night hideous in trying to tell what little they know. of bis county had ... e, Half fare on all railroads to KentucJ ky's great 10 day trotting meeting at Lexington, October Gth to JGth next. Over 150 horses with records from 2:011 to 2:15, will start at thex great annual trotting meeting at Lexington, Oct. Gth to 10th. Five or six years ago thero were not that many 2:20 performers in Admirers of the great the country. Robert J., 2:01 J, the fastest harness horse in the world, will see him as a race horse for the last time at the Lexington trots commencing Oct. Gth. The Hamlins have sold Mm to Mr. Tewksbury, the rich New York road driver, for delivery after the LexiDgton meeting, when be will act kb mate to Maecot, 2:04 Thousands will be at Lexington to cheer the great pacer if he succeeds in defeating the mighty field against hlra, Joe Patch-e- n, 2:03; Gentry. 2:03J; Agan, 2:03$ and Rubinstein, 2:05. o Watch Repairing -- By- THOMAS DALTON, Engraving a Specialty. - - Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. ' AUCTION! MONDAY, SEPT. 14, 1896. Every W. p, Thing1 lflS A FACT. It is a in Stock is Offered. H. WEAREN & CO. , Fact that the Largest and Best Stock of Furniture, Caskets, Coffins and Carpets, Wall Paper, Window Shades and Picture Frames are located at Stanford, midway between Louisville and Knoxville. The thousands of house will shout the people who have traded in this money-savintidings near and far that this is the place to buy goods at par. g - in W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, &c, Stanford, Ky. s, m m A CHANCE A chance for everybody who comes to town T Court Day To buy New Fall Goods at the very Lowest Prices for Cash. You never saw Cottons, both Brown and Bleached as Cheap as now. Buy your wife a bolt at 4c, heaviest at 5 cents. Rin-eral- ly School-Hous- e, New Black Goods, Percales and the like. Look at our Boots, Shoes, Overalls, Overjackets, Pants, Shirts. Don't forget to look at our $1 and $1.25 Mens' Shoes. grtnu-ingBtnut- ty SEVERANCE & SON. .i.XNtvin .V: i- .- LXb-- . - .s a?-.- -- inm """ - i ii ... BIR Til DA Y DINNER. Mrt. J. L. Cloyd; Three Score and Ten, On Saturday, Sept. 5, 1390, there neeem. pnbllsnod Every Tuesday and Friday bled at the residence of D. S. Johnson, AT of the West End, a company of his 9S P3CR. VICAR IN ADVANOK n lighbora and relatione, numbering about ajayWhen not so paid 32.60 will be charged CO souls. This neaeuib'age was in honor of the name of Mrs. J. L. Cloyd on the K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. occislon of ber threescore and tenth Trains leave Stanford At 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 birthday, and whoto home is vith the p. ta., returning at 4:1a p. m., and 9:1a p. ra. D. 8. happy family of her Johnson. The day was propitious, neiL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ther hot nor cold. Between 10 and 11 11 37P m No. 14, Train going North had all arrived, m o'cl.ck tho assembly " " -3 3 No, e6. " ' South 04 pa No. 15, ....! t 01 p m among whom tho following names occur . " " No. aj, to up: E. D. Kennedy, his wife and Semi-Weekly Interior Journai LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. HUBBLE. J. B. THOMPSON, NOTICE ! James Sutton fs feeding tome hogs Is a candidate fcr Congress in this, the Eighth Having bought of J. V Adams hit Coal Plant At last accounts the sick of our little District, subject to the action of the Democratic and STOOd will at Rowland.' K .1 'ill continue the city were doing well enough, though at 2Jc. rarty. Coal llusiness at said nlace W. T. SAUNIJRIts win navecnarg ol It as hell well known In that Green Staples and Uenry Smith, of many are being added to the lengthy end ot the county , list. Hawk Wilkinson and Master Wil- Columbia, visited Mr. E. A. White this SAM W. MENEFEE 44 J. II. HIGGINS. lie Stagg are among the number; tho week, erid of Lincoln County, sub Is a Candidate lot Mrs. T. 0. Rankin and children havo ject to the action of the democratic pa ty. former has the fever and the latter a 111JLJUO, forcashorln trade lor leather on court davs at Stanford or at my bom lo throat trouble. None at present is dan- returned from a two weeks' visit among Chas. Ksnlin, Tanner OtUn-hslr- a. gerously ill. son-in-la- i. i is .. :, f! I. daughter, Miss Nannie, Mis Lottie J. M. Brown, his wife and ...3 'P daughter, Mies Jessie, James Walker m " 3 .i.oo p m u.09 a m ' 4 " Glvens, George Miller Givens, Mrs. Sam 15 a " 5 " ......it 3. am " 6 " :::i 00 a m " 835pm " 10 " .1 OwenB, Mrs. Or. Mollis Cook, of Somerid a ana 10 run n set, Mrs. Wm. Lewis, Mrs. Bettio Melvin, or than Junction City. All trains stop there, e Mrs. Alice Cloyd and daughter, Misa B , Miss Ballo Cash, John Ilill and wife, nud mother, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. T. J. Robinson, Mrs. Mary KauQman, Miss M. Bennett, F. M. Yowell and wife, Adam W, Carpenter and wife and daughter, Miss Mamie Wilson, and George Carpenter, Mrs. Turner, W. L. WllliamB and wife and daughter, Miss Dollle B also a number of younger people and children representing all ages and affording a very cosmos of the genus homo. The spacious residence ol "mine host" was well filled and though the guests were neighbors, met each other as though each bad just returned from a foreign shore and entered into social conversations that were to the aged and a feast of joy to the young. The most inspiring feaAbsolutely Puro.l ture of the occasion was the utmost corA cream of tartar baking pow diality and unhindered aoandon with der. Highest of all in leavening which each one yielded to the social demands of the day and contributed to the strength. Latest United States mutual good cheer of all. Report. The pleasure the occasion must have ROYAL BAKINGPOWDERICO. and afforded to her whose three-scor- e New York. tenth birthday it was intended to honor exquisito delight. It was tne deserv ed tribute of loving friends in re 2DB. turn for a life time of noble, generous, kindly deeds and works of faith and la bora of love. In token of the appreciation of her virtues each lady guest brought and presented to Mrs. J. L. Uloyd a useful present which she will prize as more precious than gold. At : : high noon dinner was announced as Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. ready. The oldest gues's were honored with seats at the first table. And just here I feel inclined to surrender my quill to some more gifted artist. Just when Law, Attorney and where and how to begin to describe - the contents of that table, the writer Office on Lancaster Street, oppoiite the Court knows not. The thought confuses House. Collections receive especial attention. SS thought and tho effort is in vain. The menu was simply exquisite in taste, in variety, in tho rich profusion of a super: : lative abundance. Such a spread for richness, abundance and elegance was The HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. bewildering to the appetite. with awriter was honored as "beet man" eeat Offers his services o the people ol West Lin- at the foot of the table, and Mrs. J. L Full stock of Coffins coln and Casey Counties. Cloyd, now the centre of attraction, preand Caskets always on hand. Manager. 95 D. H. Carpenter, sided at the head. Thisrst table beinp a table cf "old folks" there was no place found for timidity nor much concern for ceremony. Both men and women seemed ready for the emergency. My old J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, time friend, J. M. Brown, who sat im- mediately to, my left, though an octogenarian, demonstrated by an unimpaired Rate TWO DOLLAIIS Per Day. appetite that bis "natural strength" reRemodeled and refurnished throughout. Large COMMON SPICES. mains unabated, which bis countenance Commodious Sample Rooms. aud Halls and office connected by Electric BelU. beamed with the ruddy glow of his early guests. 4 'Prompt and polite service to Cinnamon is tho inner bark of a trco manhood. The elderly ladies were aklie of tho lanrol family. unembarrassed and showed no indication Cardamom seeds of excellent quality of weariness, but held out faithfully unaro grown in Germany. til the last. After ail had partaken of Tho ordinary red popper hits loug , F. B. BIL.EY. Proprietor, the bountilul dinner they were invited been used as a medicine. London. - - - Kentucky. to assemble in the parlor and hall, for reTho leaves and even tho hark of tho ligious servicp, appropriate to the occas nutmeg trco aro said to havo tho fra- I hate moved to my new Hotel and am bott, ion. In this service, the writer officiated. gruueo of tho seed. than ever to accommodate the public Remarks were made on the event that iood Livery attached and every convenience) de Tho nuipo seed plant grows spontanesired. Give me a call. called ns together. The hymn "How ously in moat of tho countries around fKAKN K.1L.1.X, 11 Firm a Foundation" was sung. The 00th tho Mediterranean. A. C. I.auham Psalm was read and remarks made, next Cinnamon was brought toGreeco aud John B. Cattleman. a prayer, next "Jesus Lover of My Soul" Romo boforo tho tiino of Chnsf by wis sung end the benediction pronounc- Arabian merchants. ed. Tho differenco between black and Meantime Mr. George Carpenter bad whito ginger is in tho retention or brought bis kodak and desired take of INSURANCE COMPANY some pictures of the company. to After Two kinds the dtirk colored epidermis. aro from tho saino root. pictures of the entire company had been Ground cinnamon has beeu adulterOF LIVERPOOL. taken, Mr. Carpenter called for his grand ated with many foreign substancos, hut mother and children, grand and great generally Indian meal, wheat flour aud grandchildren to arrange themselves out pea flour aro uhed for this purpose. BBBBEB CSSTLEMSE. on the front porch in order to secure some In tho West Indies red popper is u remedy for many ailments. In all MANAGERS, pictures of four generations in one group, after which the company separated, each cases of sore throat it is used as a garCommerce Building, Louisville. ono feeling that nothing pays so well in gle, while it is regarded also as a spescarlet fever and scarlatina. Agents Throughout the South. this life as "to act well his part, for there cific for Tho tasto of pepper is due to an acrid in, all the honor lies." oil it contains. Its odor is of a volatilo W. L. Williams. oil, which easily enough escape Pepper local agent, Chickamauga, Sept. 10 and 20th, 19(33. exposed to the air will lose most of its a Stanford, - - - Kentucky. The anniversary of this great fight will odor, whilo retaining St. great part of its Louis acridity of taste. bi remembered this year by a low rate excursion over the great Queen & CresNOVELTIES. San Francisco. cent route, from all points in the North Portland a mile. Only $7.25 round-tri- p at ..To the., Tho beaded edgo pattern is in from Cincinnati, and a low rate from 011 silverware created for tho auall points South of Cincinnati. tumn trade. Via Ihe A great chance to visit the National Furlpsd fccnlskiit is a novelty introMilitary Park, which is really tho battle- duced iu tho making of cardcasea, jowel field restored; guns placed where the boxes and other leather goods. batteries stood, tablets whore officers fell; Numbered with new models in silvcr- monuments where your regiment stood; wnro is nu after dinner coffco set, tho IToUltVIUE.HtWAteAaJtCjICAtORT roads restored as they were in '03. Buy a pieces of which aro octagonal iu shapo Queen & Crescent ticket, board a vetti- - and of colouial design. Only Dining Car Route From buled limited train, pass through the old A holder for handkerchiefs has apbattlefields of Eietern Kentucky and peared. It is in form of a clasp, with a Tennessee campaigns and take your safety pin attachment for fastening to friends and children to this, one of the the belt Made of gold or silver, this greatest battlefields in the world. Won- clusp is variously decorated. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Included among novelties for the Sleepers of Modern Pattern. derful scenerj! You can see laud in nru egg scissors of silver. Theso For maps or any information, address asven States from Point Lookout on E. H. BACON clip off tho top of tho matutinal soft REID rKANKrJ. Lookout Mountain. Government obserD. P. A , C. P. Agent, dispatoh, Louisville vation towers on tho Chickamauga field boiled egg with neatness and easy of acChicago. leaving tho rest of tho ediblo Be sure to call for Write for literature and ticket rates, or Moacn Route. call ou Ohas. Zoll, Div. Passeucpr Agent, cess with N10 small egg spoon. Jewelers' Circular. St Paul.! 4th and Race Sts., Cincinnati, 0. Denver. Mc-Kinn- er, QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train 1 past Junction City at follows Ho. x South ......11.07 P m No- - North Et-ti- rQYai POWDER Gov-emine- nt W. B. PEinrz", Dentist, Stanford, Ky. W. S. BTJHCH, Stanford, at Kentucky. J. T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. This week Andy Jackson Gib ony U. 0., (unique uusser.) of whom some Brush Creek Culprit made mention a few dava ago, in some items he captured from us, iBout in the country collecting back taxes and diaplaying, as we hear, Queen Anne profanity profusely, when, an already long delinquent tremblingly asks for a few days' more tune in which to meet the demands of this hasty officer in collecting taxes due four or five years. We also suspect that this venerable type of a knight of the middle age as watching after his nutrimoohl fence very closely. It may bo that he can tis the most artistic knot on record, but he had better not attempt to destroy the conjugal bliss of another. We wish him eucceee, nevertheless, in his continual prowl, but we doubt when we sou tears gather in his eyes at the mentiou of a certain name. There has been no chance in our political arena since the last. None has apostatized, our ranks havo not been increased by any converts. The democracy is rather tardy in this county. They should be better organized and more enthusiasm ehould be infused into the party. There has not been a club organized in the county yet. One should be in every town and village in the country and havo regular meetings, thereby getting the cold, tardy democrats to come out and mingle with tho boys and get them to become interested in the work, thus awakening their sympathies s and infusing into their dominant that interested enthusiasm that would cast aside the political letbargy in which they have been swept, until they have become almost a nonenity politically. Tnis is the way to get tbem aroused and get them to go to work for the straight democratic ticket. It is also about the only way to get some of them to come out to tho poles to vote. Ohelf, the horseman, of Maunsville, O., is in the city now. M. K. Humphrey went to Mt. Vernon yesterday. SnerifT W.O. Adams went to FrnV(ort on business Wednesday. Mrs. M. T. Humphrey, Mrs. Silas Adams and Master Maurice Humphrey are visiting at Mt. Olive. M. K. Humphrey returned from there Monday considerably late, far behind schedule time, with ail indications of having been up late the night before and of the remainder of the night being spent in restlessness, with the detached naps belli? disturbed by troublesome dreams, iu wh'cu he realized thst the fair vision is not yet his. Oh, such is life, Murion. Sheriff W. 0. Adams returned from Mt. Olive Monday, where be bad been to see Deputy Sberifl James BrowD, who is sick. Clay manifests great interest in Jim and visits that 'burg quite often. But we have a faint idea that in there is a fair young prisoner-to-b- e that section whom he is trying to capture and when captured we can not say that he will havo this "culprit" confined in the county jail. to-b- e politi-calitie- relatives in Pulaski and Wayne. GARLAND Some of our freo silver advocates Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools want souio32 to 1 dollars coined before of Lincoln County, subject lo the action of the democratic ptrtj the election so as to have pieces of silver largo enough to lay ever the eyes of tho S. gold standard men when Bryan is electla a candidate 'or Assessor of Lincoln county, ed. subject to the actios ol the democratic party. Uncle Greenberry Bright has been on the puny list for some weeks, hut Is IIOLDAM thought to be some better. Mrs. George Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, Lawsou ia right sick at her father's in subject to the action of tho democratic party Garrard. Miss Katie Walters has enterSAMUEL M. ed school at Stanford. were sitting Is a candidate for ihenu of Lincoln Countv, subA number of parties around talking free eilyer and gold stand- ject to the action of the democratic party. ard the other day, when a stranger rode McCORMACK up and inquired about some busings matter. As he rode off the gold stand- Is a candidate for Asieisor of Lincoln County, to the action of ard man said that the man had a down- subjectsupport it earnestly the democratic parly. our solicited. cast look and tho freo silver man remarked that perhaps the fellow had rented a M. ELICIN (arm this year. The argument was Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, closed. subject to th action of the democratic party. SINGLETON GREEN TO THTE LADIES I am bacV I FRANK from the clllei with everything new and prettv In the Millinery line, a that visit iu mj moic wm convince you thai this stock Is Elegant tin J. F. Linens and Embroidery Material. M1SSLICCIK HKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, OWENS 'Mjpfjk In &?,if? Stanford, Ky. Offics over McHoberts' Drug Slor &yy the Owsley com-lorta- EMMETT Building. FOR, SALE. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, lor , Has on it a good, Dwelling of Six Rooms, and all necessity oulbulldinjjs. On yard hydrant and one for wa. lerlng stock, also a splendid, never falling will, for luither particulars apply to J F. Another murder mystery in Ohio has been cleared up by newspaper reporter and detectives. The body of pretty Bessie Little, which was found in Miami river, near Dayton, turns out to have been thrown there by Albert Franlz, her faithless lover, after he had shut her as they rode together, aud ho ia now in jail. A Went India hurricano is spending its force upon the New England coast and aided by a very high tide is causing great damage. JOE T. EMBRY Is a candidate for Aneswr of Lincoln Couuly. subject to the actlou cl the democratic riattv.and cartiMtly asks your support. JAS.lMUIt.KV. tUaofaid, Ky. ICffll I will C. G. UAKER from now on dollvcr the Stanford Factory, Ic regularly every morning, Price Is a candidate for Aiidior of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic cartr Tbinklne th .Southern end of the county U entitled to a slice ol the pic be asks your support. 100 Pound3 and Ovor 10c per 100. An y amonnt between loandioo lb at V !(.. All b ills must positively b paid th Arst of each m nth. K BKF.MF.K. WILLIAM MOREL AND Is a candidate (or Alienor of Lincoln, ubjrct to the action of th democratic patty lie Llndly asks your support SHELBY & SHELBY, o PUBLIC SALE. At Asa'gnee ot Itcailey Bros, and Mta Bcailey, 1 will, on M Props. Livery, Feed nud Sale Stable, RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Junction City, Flrsl-Class Kentucky. A. stor-bout- TUESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1896 On their premises, one mile Irom Stanford on the tiuttonville turnpike, sell publicly the life cttate ol Mrs. M. A. Ilcaney in go'd Residence Ileus in Slanlord, with Turnouts, Prompt Attenlien, Very on sam lot. tor sale. The let contains Reasonable Rates. A portion of tour patroosg Is e rcspectluliy solicited. ( acre, and can be easily divided, pulling it (m. and residence on sf paiai lots. At reasonable price and en easy terms. Apply to . N. SAUNDKK3. Slanlord, Kv J3tf THK HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, A e stoic-hous- 83 ACRES OF LAND, And also 1 o. the remainder interest in same belonging to Beailcy Bros of the rcmunder are owned by other petsou, who will, at a lair price, convey their inieiraia to thepurchsxr ot the above, and tho residue of the remainder is owned by minor 10 yeara old. A boud will be gtven the purchaser that, on attaining her majority she will couvey her in eie.t In him at line rate Ihe rest of the land sells. Also a tract ol Two-nghth- s Coma One, Como All. . th nw II. I. .1 M,a tltji!iin. Trm. Fathlon this week New Legefi, nprv I'ansm.s. ail the new Persian tlfect In Hewer ana kiudods. iianuMMe gixxis out miw nice. Dress making done in tte latest sit le and on sheit M D. DL'DDKKAK. notice. MltS. KAIK DUOniiRAK pi Anil ol m. w. jomrsoiqr, Is Agent for Th New York LI.e And Th lus. Co. Insurance Aotna Accidont Insurnnco Company. Ilest and Most Favorable Terms -- IS ACRKd OP IYXD. Belonging to Beailey Bros , adjoining Ihe above, originally a pan of the same tract, l.ooddwclling ana out buildings on the tract. Also 1 ( I MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED KAUMS In Lincoln county. Ky,atft per cent , semi an nual interest, no commission charged Addrr-sOKO W DAVY. Room 17, Krnvon Building, Louisville, Kv. For blank applications and fur ther Information, inqmr ol J. N. Saunders, At1 torney, Slantord, Ky. s Homi's.aCowH.'JO Stook IIo(rM,un Aihvh Giiiwlng Corn, MO of OiUh, not ITm'mlmiiltMiitMitH, A:o. Terms made known on day ol sale. 4Std J. T. JONES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Root I aim e.siimates furnished for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roots. Satlilactian All rout, painted wjth Dean's Black DUuond I aint guaranteed fr years Dealers in best n Pumps and Ualvaauetl Iruo Uatvaa-lie- d ana Black lion Ktofmg of all Kilt.is. ai It kinds. O 31' 3 lurloy, li Wiijjoiih, full J. II PAXTON, Assignee. iu.im.i lis-ter- Executors' Sale of Land As Executors of the estatx of J L Dawion, deed wt will on Thursday, Oct. 1st, 1896, At his late res.dence, sell at puMic outcry to tho highest bidder, CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS NOW OPEN. Prom- FIRST NATIONAL BANK .OE STANrORD. KY. A ll About Two Hundred Acros Present Engagements Give THE RILEY HOUSE Of tine Hanging r'ork land. This land is situated ise In a good c mmunity. 4 miles North of .Stanford, on Ihe Staulord and Danvil e pike. It is in a fine w.. 1 state of cultivation, mostly in grass, and is welt fenced. The dwelling la a story and half brick a good one. with necessary outwith frame ell, buildings Convenient to school, only about soo New Chefs. New Ideas, yards away, and a No. I Burr Water Mill adjoin- New Uusic. ing the land Tne Land will be offered as a whole and then in WRITE FOR TERMS. two parcels of about 100 Acres each and which ever way amounts to Ihe most will be accepted. seeding purposes will be given day CUS I'ossesiou irr afer the sale and entire possession Jan 1, 189; 3Mf Terms -- The above will be sold for one third cub, to be paid Jan 1, 1897, tho balance In 1 and a years, equal installments. A bond with approved security, bearing interest frrm day of sale, must be gltn by the purchaser. Lien retained on land for dtferrcd aaymeats. I L.DAWSON, ..,. iMi.r. run ears. of Largest Atten- Capital Stock Surplus that this 8100,000 - 23,700 HOFMANN, Proprietor. J. II. BRIGHT, Executors. LinniePta 2prin Junction Citv, Kv. nOYAk 8 to Th Directorv ol this Bank is composed ol Forcstu Rend, Lincoln county; New Management, S.T. Harris, Lincoln; Extensive Improvements, J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J, W. Harden, Stanford; Excellent Appointments. On the same day I will sell some of my personS. U. Baughman,l Lincoln; alty, co sisting ot soo shocks of Corn, a nice lot of J. S. Ilocker, Stanford; Millet Hay in stack, i bow and Pigs, 7 fat Hogs, a Cows and Calves, rockaway Horse, 1 harness The most accessible Summer Resort in KenW. A.Trlbble, Stafford; Mare, Buggy and Harness, Surrey and Harness. tucky. The greatest diversity ol Mineral Waters M, D. Elmore, Stanford; 1 vvagon, nice lot ot Poultry, Household to be found any where. While bulohur. Black T. P. Hlll.rjtanford; ond Kitchen Furniture. Terms made known on Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Msgncsia, Salt, day of sal. Alum, vc, in an aoundance. Hops every rrlday L. L DAWSON. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; night Music by splendid orchestra. Writ lor M.J. Miller, Mt. V.rnon.Ky Circular and Analysis of waters. Table J. H. Hockcr, President; J uo. J. McRoberts, Cashlor; & B. A. A. McKinney, Asst.Cashitr City, Ky. 36 Junction And 1 first-Clas- As Administrator cl Mrs Mary A. Dawon deceased, I will at the sine time and place sell the following cropeity Cow and Calf, Household and Kitchen Fntni- ture, Beds and Bedding, Sheets, Blankets, Pillow Slips, Shams, &c , and other things too numerous to mentloj. Terms made known on day ol sale. W L. DAWSON. Aomr. Attention of th public is invited 10 th far Is th only National llaak in SlanferJ Under Ihe provisions ef the National Bank are secured not only by th capita stock, bat bv the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution ar secured by a fund of 1400,000. five sworn statements of thacoodition of the bsak art mad each yeario the United Suits government and Its assets ar tiaralned at stated limeo by government agenu, thus secuiing sddititosa and perfect safely 10 depositors. This institutiou, originally tstabllsbtd as th Deposit Bank of Stanford in iljS, then lied as the National Bank ol Stanford in iSoj and again organised aa the First National Bank ol Slanlord In iS3i, hat had practically an uninterrupted iiitcnceof is years. Ills better supplied now with laclliliea for transacUng business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toile- i. ted. Executor's Sale of Land Personal Property. Harris, deceased, J. OWENS SON, As executor of James A will on I W. A. TBXBBKHJ, Thursday, Sept. 350 Acres Fine The Innd Blue-Gras- Two Farms For Sale. Farm No, I contains aj acres In Wsshlngton county, Ky . the greater part of which Is in grass; well watered; with good improvements, including new metal roof tobacco baru for 10 acre crop. This farm is situated in what is pronounced the best district in Kentucky for White Burlcy Tobacco, Comfortable residence house. Farm No. a contains 300 acres in same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One ol the best improved fares in the county. Both farms are in fine stale of preseivation, well watered ond fenced. Closoto K. ii. depot, schools, market and on a tine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, 10 Stanford, Ky, Farmers BanMTrnst Or STANFORD, KY., Co 17, 1896, Land. On the picmlses at the la'e residence of James A. Harris, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder about s Isnowfullyorganired and ready for business wltk Paid up Capital of Surplus, . SUCCESSOR to - - $200,000, 20,OOo! Globe-Democra- t. one-ce- nt evi-deuc- o NOBTMW3EST Is In two tracts, one of about 310 acrts aud the other ol 40 acres. This land is situated about thit-- miles West of Stanford on ihn bunford .V Mllledgeville turnpike, is in a high stale ol cultivation, now mostly in grass and Is well lenced but contains no omer improvements. It adjoins the dwelling touse tract of 100 acres. Possession fo seeding purpotts will Lo given after day of sale and full possesion not later than Jan 1, 1807. THK LINCOLN NATIONAL SMRSMiRasm msms&ja&imBaij x,oirxsirxr.x.E TO CHXC&G0. 1 will also sell at ramo time about 30 head of horses and brood maies, the latter bred to jacks, 8 mule colts, 6 a.yrar.old mules, 1 work mules, 1 M. S, Baugiimjn, extra lack, a lot of yearling and old cattle, a lot of hogs, milk cows, hay and shell cd oats and absut 400 barrels of now corn, and also a lot of farming Implements and wagons, &c, such as are usually found upon a well regulated farm, raoratBTOHsand also sS shares of stock in tjtantord & Knot) Lick pike and 8 shares of stock in Stanford & Mllledgeville pike. 1 kk.ms The land will bo sold for one. third cash, balanco in t a and 18 months, with interest irom day of sale; seenred by lien on the land. On personalty: All sums under $10 cash, over that amouut a credit ol three months, note to be exe- cuted ondavo! sila with aprroved peisonal secur ity, bearing interest from day of sale. -- J. W. Havciiman. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Kentucky. Stanford, ss undti ihe same management. chaiter, depositors aro as fully protected aaaie depositors in National Banks, lU shareholders being held individual!, haolc to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value theroot, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as a, snindividual. To those who entrusted their buisiness ta m while innaglng the Lincoln National Bankal Slanlord, we w here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busintas with us, oBoring as a guarantee for prompt ansa-Mo- n to aame.our twenty years tupenence la banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. By provisions or its cos-siste- nt Now closing up) with th same assets and JJ.WI..lam.,Mt.DV,.KrIn0Tr: S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; A ta-bi- o S.T. IIAIIRIS, T. D. English, Auctioneer. Executor. first-cla- II you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable. See us fir rates. ;.Iu our J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. Who can think ef some simple BLACKSMITH SHOP. thlnirtoruilentl Protect your Ideast they may bring you wealth. s Will guarantee 'work and ratlfactory Writw .tOhm wuuDEiinniiM neys. Washington, D. C, for their i.8uu prtra offer prices. Tiy our hone shuer. and list ot two hundred Inventions wauled. Wanted-- An Idea V Cash, Stanford; WilliamJOooch.iSlanlord ; A. W.JCsrpenter, MDledgevilU, sw, .., first-clas- S. H. Shanks, rreiident, Or. J.B. Owstey, Cashier. - a W. M. Blight, TsUer. ,W'V'',Cumu'M.:Pxeachers 111,, ii r -- .. j.