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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896091501 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. v r J ' Sem VOL. XXV. i-We- ekly Interior Journal. STANFORD KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1896. MOllE NEWS NOTES. NO. 57 V P f ' if Jill VAX CLUE UUSTONVILLE. There are IU pupils st Opntrtl Chris- Onjanittil With 140 Members at Middle, bury. tian College now. IJuBtonvllle will be well represented ' The citizen of Middloburg precinct met y Every voter who Friday night at Koeney's Hall ami orat Lexington can secure a ticket will ko to henr Bryan ganized a bimetalic club, or in other Mies Uolen Hocker gave a dance words, a Bryan and Sewall Club, with Friday night In honor of her guest, MIbb 140 members, which we think will grow Orchard. The beaux and bt'llca o! the to at least 230 within ttie next week. town were there and all had a good time. After electing J. W. McWhorter presiCashier J. XV. Hocker 1b making ox- - j dent, George R. Jeter, secretary, and tcusivo improvements on hia dwelling i Dvld Bastiu, Treasurer, Hon. M. F. lie le enlarging anu inoae in puuwuu iu North, of Lincoln, a red hot Bryan and know say ho tapieparlng for thu rectp-tlo- n SmwbII fret coinage democrat, delivered a very Interesting and instructive adof one or more daughtera-in-laEd Iloppor, Carroll Held, Frank Ire- dress, which tho club unanimously sancland, George Walker aud John Morris, tioned aud hereby tender their most who have been visiting at Mr. Sainuel grateful thanks. The following is a part Field's, killed 202 doves the other day. of the resolutions adopted by the chin: Resolved, That we heartily indorse The following afternoon they bagged 85 Tho friends of Frank Lee, formerly thu nominees of the Chicago convention of this place, have been informed that be aud the platform adopted, and especially has just been muried to Miss Lula that part of it that declare for the free Thornburg, of Granite, Oregon. Mr. Leo and unlimited coinage of silver at the went to Iowa some 15 years ago and has ratio of 10 to 1. Be it turther resolved that we heartily been very prosperous in his new home. The fair has been indefinitely post approve tho action of tho London conponed. Those who had agreed to take vention in nominating Hon James D. Black, of Barbourvillo, Knox county, as stock mot Saturday afternoon and decided not to givo an exhibition this year. our candidate for Congress in this, the Failure to secure grounds end tho hard 11th district, arid hereby pledge ourtimes caused those Interested to change selves to use all honorable means to the welfare of our party and tho their minds. Those who think that the feeling for interests of our candidate. The club will meet again Saturday free silver is dying out run be readily convinced of their mistake by talking to the night, 10th, when good speakers will be West Knders. Ne converts are being on hand. G. R. J. made daily and a good many of them are A CARD. coming from republican ranks. Leslie M. Held and Moss Cook took "It is said that a certain prominent free two of Carroll Raid's bangtails over lo silverlte of this county went to the First Oakley Monday. Ml&a Mellio Hopper National Bank, and inquired if ho could leaves this week for Mllldale to enter hve his money exchanged for gold, that college. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Held went he was fearful that Bryan and free silver over to Lexington yeaterday. Mr. Raid would carry tho country, and although went early so as to make sure of g? tting a he believed it would be a good thing for eeat at Mr. Bryan's speaking. Mleeea tho inacscB, yet he did not want to run Kate Daughman and Ada Cunningham any riekp. This Mine gentleman is gohave entered college nt Georgetown. Mra ing all over this county advising the farM. Rudolph, of Wichita, Kansas, will ar- mers to vote for Bryan, yet deep down in rive this week to visit Mrs. K nmutt his heart in believes it would be a detrf-tneK 0. V. to thu country. Commercial. From thefaut that I said Bomething SUEUIY CITY. about exchanging money for gold coin at Tho planing mill of Wiborg, llanna tie First National Bank, and that I have & Co., which shut down two weeks 8go, been aud am now advising overy lover has resumed work and made glad tho of his country to vote for Bryan, I iufer that the above refers to me. If I am the heart of Its employes. The Christian Endeaors of Junction itiaii in the mind of tho writer, he coulu City now number 3d active, l'J associate not in bo many words morn fully misrepand 1 honorary member. That typo- resent my feelings ami ray motives. "I graphical error only made more famous am not afraid that Bryan and Sewall will be elected," but am very anxious for tho society Instead of injuring it. There wi be a KniuhtB of Honor frfe silver to carry the country. "Deep down in my heart" I believe that it will picnic at Junction City, Sept. --M. Kvt-rbody invited, especially all Knigbta of bo a blesBing and not a detriment to this Honor and their families. Splendid mu- country or any other. In co holding I sic, good Bpeaking aud a grand ball will stand with many of tho best informed money specialists of the world, such as end tho festivities. The Junction Citr graded high Morton Frewan, of England; Ceruncie, school opened with 125 popila enrolled. ol France, now dead; Prof. Avent, of Prof. W, F. Nilec la principal and Misses Germany, and Prof. Benj. Andrews, of Jennie Oxler and Elizabeth Holm as- thu U.S. I am not bound to Iguore the sistant. This school has graduated 18 fact that gold la rising in value all the pupils; the Danville school 10 and Shel- time, though I espouse a policy that causes tho increase of value. The Comby City 4. Mr.PeteCoppage, of Mississippi, is mercial lus no facts in history on which at the bedside of his father, Mr. James to argue for the republican platform, Coppage, who is sick of typhoid fever. and like every advocato without a good Mrs. J. L. Rose spent Sunday evening at case, he thinks the abuse and misrepre Stanford with Mrs. Portman. Dr. W. B, ssntatlou of his opponent is the best Hunn had another bicycle accident Sun- menus of winning his cose before the day. While going to Mr. George Shel- people. Such a course indicates that by's his bicycle fork broke in two, fortu- thoy regard their case as hopeless. I nately not hurting him. Deputy S her ill certainly nover said anything to indicate W. L. Young, of Jessamine, who went that I was afraid that Bryan would be to Mfddlesboro for a prisoner, stopped elected. What I said at the bank was said long over here Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Judgo J. I. Moore. Lieut. H, Y. Grubbs before Bryau was thought of as n nomiapent several days in Danville with J. S. nee for president and could not have a been mid In fear of his election. Van Winkle and W. J. Price, follow It once chla. Mr. and Mm. McMillan, seemed probable that McKinley would (nee Fannie McWhorter) and child, be elected, the effect of which would be of Greenville, Ala , after visiting the to advance tho price of gold and therefamily of R L Reyuolda, left for home fore an inducement to buy it. On the Saturday. Mrs. Mollle Morris left Sun- contrary II Bryan shall be elected, silver , Mabon and will advance in price and gold will fall. I day with her two Curry Morris, for Versailles to place certainly think tho election of Brjna will them In school under Uapt. Henry this be good for the uiHsses and being one of them, it will be good for mo. If tho year. Commercial had had a due regard to the There are now on tho pension rolls golden rule, he would have given me an nearly 1,000,000 n a in eB, and half a million opportunity to explain a private convermore are pressing for admission, There sation aud Its meaning beforo acusing mo are also in the various Soldiers' Homes of inconsistency nnd hypocracy In my nearly 20,000 Union vetorans and not dealings with thb public. Fair minded less than 20,000 more applicants who men will not approve ot such methods of would ba admitted if there waa room. defamation. The total enlistments iu the Confederate Since Wall Street syndicates were giv- armies amounted to only about 000,000. en the toe of thu democratic boot, at ChiiBu't it time to drop this Son of Voter cago, in July, and Bryan, tho matchles, We leader, wbb named for tho presidency ana' nonsense? -- Louiavillo Times, should eay no. Tho whole business hns tho political winds have changed won become nauseating. dirfully, and are driving tho McKinley An Iowa farmer went to Chicago and cralt on the breakers and the uplifted p met u pretty girl, who promised to maris moving ry hiu). In tho effervescing exuberance majestically into tho harbor of public of his Joy, bo bought her a diamond ring confidence with a full crew aud abund and insisted that ehe keep his other $ 1SL ant sail. It now seems that Bryan will She did, and she also kept herBolf out of not only carry the country, but democracy will hold it for 40 years, for the good bis sight since then, consumption of whisky in the thereof and for blessings on humanity. The T. M. Goodkniqut. United States has fallen off in 10 years, 1 J gal Ions according to the statistics, from Ttie next circle oxcursion from Burn-sida head a year to li, but that of malt liqSomerset, Danville and intermediuors baa Increased from 10:78 gallons to ate poluta will run Saturday, September 16:18. gallons. 19th. Usual rates and schedules. Ask who protested agenta for particulars. Tho Texas horae-thleagainst being lynched with two colored W. O. Rinkabson, G. P. A., Oincinnn- men, and was accorded Ja special matl Julina Gotleeb diod from nose bleod uee, carrlbd hia race prujudice to quite at Now York. an orient. to-da, ( w. pro-ma- te ut 1 sig-m- step-inn- JeffaraoniaD-democraticahl- e, f CIIUIiClT CHIMES. F.fflMA.Ti'S The election in Maine was hold yec- A Massachusetts congregation bounWILLIAM SHELTON, terday. ced its minister because he advocated silThirmi jh courses in Lit'n. Greek. French, Eng'iiHue Sttirtrntit. Trarhort ,. All The sold reserve has gone up to ver. Situated in the famojs II Mathematics Natural and Moral Sciences. Music, Art and E A Christian Endeavor 8ocioty has rim.. ftiiu fit If mm. (! 9' 4i.fin ti.hrl Fw hn.lrhlil HIM rtf limits,. helUtVOI MCCIliTY. TC HOC B est $109,000,000. ofsscirtv. I'all Sftutori oopns RnntAmtasr 7. IWore deciding where you will Sep t your dau fihtors A Logan county man cut down a been organized at Falconer, Boyle counnext year, be sure to write for Our NOW CatfUogU). Aldrcsi, bee tree and got throo barrels of honey. ty, with Miss Ella Bonta secretary. MRS. NANNIE S SA.UFLEY, t,ady Principal, Stanford. Ky. stf The meeting that is being held at TwoUshermen got their lines v at Cincinnati and one of them Moreland by Elder J. G. Livingflton ia i 11 iy?Tiirir increasing in Interest and attendance, shot th3 other to death. n Congressman Sam Pugb was fined with six confeesious to date. $20 for contempt in the Lewie circuit Tho minutes of the Cumberland 10 River Association show that it baa 17 '. court. He "aaeted" the court. to Tho body of Capt. Jacob King, bur churches and 2,011 members. During led dnring ttie war at Marietta, 0 look- the year 25 died and 100 were added by School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything ed almost on being exumed Sun confession and baptism. Double Springs 8 in our line at Pkices as Low as Anv Advertised uy Cash day. at Waynesburg is the oldest ol the Houses. Sam Tyree, marshal of Olive Hill, in churches, having been constituted in o Boyd county, was fatally shot during a 1S01. It has 302 members, 28 of whom O' II political xjuurre). Two other men were were added during the year.v Ita church ft Injured. property ia valued at $2,580. Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist Three more toll gates iu Washington Rev. R. T. Caldwell, a Cumberland from new drugs and pure chemicals. county were destroyed by a mob. The Presbyterian preacher, who is a boh qf armed guard about Springfield has betn the late Rev. R H. Caldwell, for a long strengthened. time school superintendent for Boyle -- Peter Wtiite, a North Vernon, Ind , county, Ky., waa badly beat up by M. M. -Negro ate 20 boxes of sardines iu 30 min- Crowder, a member of his congregation - ' utes. It took three doctors to save him at Bethany, III. The trouble arose over the following day. a vigorous fight that Mr. Caldwell had fp To avoid the trouble of guarding hia made against the saloon and other evils & wife, who is mildly insane, Frederick in the town. Crowder was arrayed with '" 'V Oakley, of St. Louis, chained her to the the opposing element, and harrassed (ft K floor and kept her there 15 days. Caldwell continually. He finally pre '. Frank Haydeu, ot St Paul, Minn., (erred charges of lying against the minis couldn't Bleep and took what ho thought tor. The charges were investigated by I was paregoric. It happened to ba laude-nui- n tho Presbytery and Mr, Caldwoll was exthough and he diea next day. onerated, when Crowder took the matter tjMJ Will be made for the asking on Jake Gay, of Pine Grove, won tho in bis own hands. Mr. Caldwell was in It first prize of the Kentucky Gun Club Danville last week bearing many wounds lJ shoot, breaking 109 out of a possible ISO andtcirB. Blue Rocks, Hnd breaking 01 straight The Methodist church here unde Thomas Halsey, of Peru, Ind., ia Rev. W. S. Grinstead, has done a great wanted for attempting to Btarve his Hep- - work this year. At his Sunday mornson. He kept him in his barn for five ing's service ho read a remarkable redaya and gave him neither tat nor drink. port. During thu year he baptized 27 m or. esc m--z 1 ivis-ii-v jk; H. C. Doolev, a farmer of Sumter nnd received into the church, all told, 02 r :, county, Ala., Bhot Bnd ki.led Sim W. persons. Dismissed, dead and dropped, It Sibley, another farmer, after he had re- 32, making a net gain in the membership ceived a chargo of shot in his own body. of GO. He preached 227 Bormons, gave J amen Lloyd, who win recently 01 Bible reading and for trying to elope with another talkoand made 310 pastoral calls. His man'e wife, was allot and dangerously Balary of $1,000 wbb paid in full, as was InjuiuJ in Woodford county by Charles also $125 to his assistant; raised by order Bryant. ol the board 1310.01, paid old parsonage Frank Bevin, sent up from Lee debt of $110.02 and old current debt of We have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Lowest county and Joe Sheer and Krcnk Smith CO, besides raising various other smaller Prices they will be sold. from Louisville, scaled the walls of the amounts for other things. Considering Frankfort penitentiary and escaped to that there ie not a rich man in the church parts unknown. the showing ia a most excellent one and Cnarlea Maidment, of Richmond, provr 8 that our Methodist brethren are Mo., shot and killed his wife and then as liberal as they are enthusiastic in tbefr blew his own worthless brains out. Hia religion. The meetings at the Christian church wife had chargod him with being too are growing in interest and widening in with the cook. Martin L Murphy, a colored echool results, a natural erquence of an earnest teacher, waa severely beaten by white-ca- and faithful exposition of Gospel truths iu Franklin county, Saturday night. so eloquently presented by EvangelHe charges four other colored men with ist W. R. Lloyd. He is wonderfully sifted in language and power of ex committing the outrage. John Talle.of Maysville, wont whit- pression and has a faculty of securing the a With double Scotch Soles tle any more. While persuing his favor- attention at once aud riveting it, as he ite profession the other day bla knife drives home point after point and startslipped and the main artery of one of hia les with assertions which he never fails legs was severed, causing him to bleed to to prove by the '"Book." For instance, Sunday morning, in preaching on the death. "Trinity," he stated that Jesus should A Youngstown, O., merchant arrangOn all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, half single ed a pistol bo that it would shoot the neither be prayed to nor worshipped and Scotch Soles. person who opened his He that it did as much good to pray to the 5yGents' Furnishing Goods, &c. An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress forgot about it and going to the drawer Virgin Mary aa to the Holy Spirit. This in a hurry, caught a 3S calibre ball in one Bounded atrange to thofo wbo bad been Goods. Yours for Bargains, taught otherwise and had not searched of his lega, At Mt. Sterling in a house of ill fame the Scriptures, but he produced pr ssage known as Motbur Jones', Arthur Duff, a after passage in which Jesus had express young man from Clark county, bad his ly commanded that prayer be made to OUR STOCK OF bowels cut out and will dlo. EJ Fore-wa- s God the Father, which is iu secret, and arrested nnd is iu jail charged with thy Father which eeeth in secret shall reward thee openly, and he challenged the cutting. At Atlanta, the body of Thomas J. any one to show him a verse of Scripture Delbridge, a young business man of high directing prayer to bo made to the Holy eocial and commercial standing, wbb Spirit. It ia just such statements as Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the found in tho old reservoir at these that cause thoughtless persons to residue Laaewood Park. II u had recently taken misrepresent Bro, Lloyd and to charge In prayer aud that he does not believe out life insurance policies for $50,000. Gov. Bradley has issued a death war- has no regard for the Holy Spirit, whererant for Buford Ovorton, ot Harlan coun- as, if they would listen to his proof from ft ty, and fixed Oct. 12 as the date for the tho'ook" and follow him intelligently You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale j?i ices. hanging. Overton killed u peddler and through hia discourses, they would have Already Bold hia pack. Petitioned to pardon the no excuse to misrepresent. man hu declined beciuse there was no there have been 17 additions and tho cooil work goes nobly on. The pastor, good reason for it presented. Elder J. T. Sharrard, has earned the At Tillie, Edward Polley, prominent commendation of hia people aa well aa went into bh sta- the community in general for bringing citizen and ble to put a bridle on hia mule; juat aa Mr. Lloyd among us. Metal Roofing, be entered, the mule let loose with his Curo for Hoadacbo. hind feet, striking him iniho head and Ai a remedy for all formi of Headache Electric very best. to Hitters hu face, entitely cutting oil his nose, knock- a permanentproved and bo themost dreaded It effects cure the habitual sick headache yields to its influence. We urge eye aud icjuring hia skull. ing out one ail who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give At the rate a'ronauta are going to this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation Electric Kitten cures by giving kingdom come, tbero will boou be none needed tone to the bowels and few cases long the theuse left to make the foolhardy ascensions by tottlcsonlv ol this ir.edicln . II. Try it occe. I.nrpc McKoberts' Drug so cents at W. C. a trapez9 bar. At least half a dczsn have Store been killed In the last weak, George U. Buckltn'a Arnica Salve Decker being the last. He descended The best salve in the world for cuts, bru:ieis sares, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tetter, chapinto the Ohio at Parkersburg and was ped hands, chilblains, corns andsoresskin eruptions KYY--Jf-irtYJ all XI positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. drowned. It Is Iuaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money James Bush, of Clark county, went refunded. Pnce 15 cents per box. For tale by to tho home of Mrs. Nancy Trade, in Mt. V. II. McKoberts druggist. Sterling, whoro his divorced wife was It has been held that consumption is hereditary, 3" and had visiliug with hor two littlo girls. Ho with the fact that one person of a lamly sign died DEALERS IN consumption was considered a sure 5f that called the woman to the door and shot others of that family could not escape it. This is " partly true nnd partly untrue. A man with weak hor through the broast, giving her a lungs is likely to transmit that weakness to his children. Hut there tho world why death wound. He then ran and is stil the weakness should is no reasontoindevelop. Keep ' be allowed red, wholesome blood, and at large with a large posse in his pursuit. the lungs iulllof rich,disappear. the weakness will Decayios Ussues 4c Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. jf A dispatch from Frankfort says that will be thrwon off, and new material willboaddel until the lungs are well and perfectly atrocg chilsince the aBylum for gain. This it the thing that Dr. Pierce's (jold. Medical Discovery This dren burned last month these wards encure per cent, of does, cases is what makes it ail consumption cared for in the annex. That where 93 it taken according toofdirections. It havo been tt 4C searches out disease germs wherover they may building burnod Friday night, but all beta the body and forces then out of the system. )f k Jf Give us a call an J be convinced. properties. the inmates wero rescued. They were It supplies the blood with rich, life giving perlVct makes the appetite good, digestion It brought ecantily clad and barefoot into Send at cens in staaoi to World's ri.. Medical Association tluffab, N. Y,, and being cared for at the pensary Dr. Pierce's 1,008 pare ' the city, and aro "Common S ease receive Armory. j Medical Adviser," prof astly illustrated. THE STAFFORD tno-lsll- COIiTiiaaS. President. C 0)i-:?- ::::MOKy m. BOOKS. ) DRUGS AND life-lik- e PRESCRIPTIONS s 11 W. B. MoBOBEETS. w.. M S FECIAL PRICES I! FOR 30 DAYSi ij jii . m I ll Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, Screening's and Shipstuff. Il ur-res- ttil prayer-meetin- g The Charles Wheeler Emporium. to ps Smith & Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and Calf, 8" i Drew Selby & Oo.s' Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, cash-drawe- r. CHARLES WHEELER SUMMER GOODS AT MESS THAN W. P. TATE, Doors, Sash and Blinds, water-work- s OTJOTo Stanford. ff, ISABfl A. i re-b- st SINE, Stanford, Ky. )- -- CRAIG & HOCKER, . i 13ruqs, -- Srvsmlcals, Oils, Palruis, J feeble-minde- d one-ce- K t'; 1 4,- - itdv -- siti ' Jc $ It Pays to Daal with a Cash House. f : Eastern circuit. would consent. . CLOTHING Hon. John B.Thompson will apeak Lvon & Allen bought o' M. F.Tforth $3.50 PANTS, ! at Mt. Vernon to morrow, 10th, at Brod- - 18 1,100 pound cattle at 3.3a. Tbey sold TAILOR-MADMADE TO ORDER. ! bead, Sept. 17; Livingston, Sept. 18. toT. L. Carpenter a bunch of 1,100 Speaking to bpgin each day at 1 o'clock. pound cattle at .I.e. Hanna Bays that McKinley will not John R. Gentry, the pacing stallion, FOR YOUR take tbe stump this campaign and what- equalled tbe world's record of 2:01 J, held Anderson 400, Jessamine 250, Mercer ever tbe boss Bays goes with tbe Little by Robert J. in a race Glen Falls, N. Y , 350, Madison 500 and Lincoln 200. Total Napoleon, tq whom he belongs body and where he beat Star Pointer. For President and 2,750. The report from Boyle gave the eoul. Woods it Lynn bought of Silas Anrepnb'ican nominee 150, from Jackson The Knigbta of Labor, the American derson and W. P. Grimes a car load of Pj Come to the Louisville Store. If you have only a limit- 900, from Rockcastle 300 and from GarFed era t Ian of Labor, tho American Rati fat bogs at 2Jc and of the former a car ed amount to spend and so many things needed there is KJf rard 200, total 1,350, leavingThorapson a way Union and tbe Coal Miners of the load 1,300 pound cattle at 3 to 31c e'ear majority of MOO. We hope the West have resolved to support Bryan, Josh Jones sold to J. W. Allen 50 For Judge of tho Court of Appeal -3) no question as where to buy to make your money go gentlemen have not let their enthusiasm and Bro. Hanna is ecarcd. ' bogsetajcand two yearling niulrn for furthest. At the W. S. y get away with their judgment, but will Hon. Ohas. K. Wheeler, democratic ISO. He sold to J. E Wright and O. Eh Of Niw Cistle, 300 bushels of seed wheat at Gc. Hie to it that they are not prophets withnominee for Congress in the First dis out honor. This is a democratic district trict, carried 11 of tbe 13 counties in bis Col. J. P. Chandler reports the ealo : Thk notification of Senator Palmer aud a democrat should represent it by district, including his opponent's own of Ben Sutton a9 follows: Seven horpi e county. His majority over Congressman $10 to $32, cows $21, heifers 2c per pound and Gov. Buekner that they had been fully the majority named. Hendrick is close to 3.000. cf men calling themand farming iraplemnts at fair prices. nominated by a set North side Main street, cash buying, cash selling store is ' fO' Gov. John Young Bkown suffered a Arrangements are being made for Sam Dudderar f o'd to McCarley Democrats, for president selves National the acknowledged Bargain Center of Stanford. Note the painful accident a few nights ago in bicyclists of Chicago, 300 of whom Lawson 32 hogs averaging 245 pounda at and vice president of the United Statfe, Louisville, which may prove very dan will be women, to visit Maj. McKinley at 2jc nod nine butcher cnttle at 2 to following prices for this week. A light blue and gray 2.c. was quite an imposing affair and pretty gerous at his time of life. He fell over a Canton. They will proceoJ to Massillon He also sold to W. R. Cook 11 shirting calico at 3 steers at A good quality 4 quarter Bleach lately attended, thanks to the incessant cross tie while attempting to set on a by rail and 'then to Canton on thotr 3Jc. advertising of the boltocratic papers o' trolly Cotton Good Shr.kcr Flannel at 25c. Outing car and alighted on bis left wheels, a distance of eight miles. The Harrodsburg Democrat reports Louisville and the continual announce- wrist and cloth 5c, worth Fancy suiting in fall dress goods, shoulder, breaking the large There will be about 100 bolters in sales of 45 yearling cattle at 3J, a buncb no tickets were necessary, the ment that bone in the wrist and fracturing the left this county, many of whom it is thought of 1,200 pounders for c, worth 35 c. 25 October delivery at rule of first come first served prevailing. collarbone, which had sustained a similar will vote for McKinley. Tue democrats 3 35, 40 1,000 pound cattle at 2.00 and old The auditorium was prettily decorated fracture in the same place 20 years ago. will be by about 100 silver corn at 50c a barrel. with bunting and Hags and was packed The crippled leg was refractured. He republicans, and the county will give her Byron McCelland baa turned it's republicans and with women, democrats, was taken home and the necessary surgi usual democratic majority. Paris Ken- boreea out for the year and ia now trainnots, mostly composed of Louis- cal what Canton Flannel, 5c and up. Plaid Cotton 5c. A big line attention rendered, the patient refus- tuckian-Cilizeing for K.stern & Larabie. His re. sen ville people. Two bands made music on ing to take any opiate at all, but gritted of Fancy Dress Shirts, Persian bosom and cuffs to match. was The democratic executive commit- for making tbe change is said to bo his the outside and a feature of the show his teeth and endured it. The governor tee of South Carolina has promptly de- desire to race Mens' Suspenders, 10c or 3 pair for 25c. Mens' Seamless First Mate. its opening with the singing of "Amer. bad just returned from speech making in clared Judge Earle the Senatorial nomiW. K Griffin, who bad 13 ateera atr- ica," in which the audience joined. SenBlack Socks Sc. Mens' night shirt? 50c, worth 75c. Misses his canvaes for Congress. The accident nee of tho party by a majority of 3.3S4. lrn from his farmjiear Broadwell, found ator Caffery notified Falnaer and John R. Tan Spring Heel Button Shoes, 1 1 to 2 sizes, 75c. Mens' will probably lay him up tho rest of the Tillman's protege was bardly In it, showFellows, of New York, broke the secret Bsven of them at New Antiocb. O. Tho campaign, but his friends will, see that ing tbat the pitch-forgood working slices 9SC. Childrcns' Knee Pants Suits at statesman has lost others had been butchered. The lot bad to Buekner, all made speeches, everygoose hung bis cause suffers nothing from his misfor- hiabold in tbe State. thing was lovely and the beeneold to a Cincinnati commission En 75c and up. tune. Senator Blackburn says in effect merchant. high. National Chairman Bynum read your gory locks letters from President Cleveland and A small flock of 30 or 40 sheep on P3 Tub next president of the United tint "yon cannot shake at me and say I did it. I told the crowd be kept on the farm with little or no ex- H Secretary Carlisle, regretting their inabil- States is on Kentucky soil He ity to be present, as the president aaidf spoke at a number of towns yesterday at Owenton tbat other gentlemen who pense and will prove profitable in nearly "to mingle with those who are determin- and made three speeches in Louisville, differed with me in opinion would ad- every case. John Williamson, of Iowa, And up. New lot of Mens' Hats at prices low enough ed that the voice of true democracy shal. where it was prdicted 40,000 people dress the crowd, and I asked that tbey says in tbe Stock Farm that he made enough for any man to hrvc one. Look at our line of a respectful bearing." not be smothered, and insist that its glor- wculd hear him. more on such a (lock than on anything he speaks be accorded Clothing samples. Leave your order and have one made. Senator Hill has declined to go as a else on his farm of 1G0 acres. ious standard shall be borne aloft as of along the route to Lexington and at 2 old in faithful hands," and "to pledge to o'clock wil) address a multitude at the delegate to the New York State demoA good crowd attended court vrstor- you and vour associates such support and Fair grounds there. Great arrangements cratic convention under instructions to day, but tbedav waa mote devoted to wpro assistance as I can properly give during have been made at the capital support tbe Chicago ticket, or under any politics than business. There the campaign," as Mr. Carlisle expressed to receive the distinguished guest and other instructions that would reetri ct bis probably 100 cattle on the market. The It ruling price for butcher cattle waa 2Jc. it. Mr. Fellows' speech was the or- people will be there from the four quar- freedom of action at tbe convention. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, It ters. The order of parade includes the is said, though, he will support Bryan if A few feeders changed hands at 2) to 3c. atorical effort of the evening. was applauded throughout, but this sen- military clubs afoot, clubs mounted and his State does A number of plug horses sold at $12 to T. D. RANEY, Manager. The HopkinBville Kentuckian Bays $25. tence set 'em wild: "Though an assem- clubs awheel and bands till you can't reA Missouri exchangH says that apblage clothed in the uniform and vested pose. It will be a big day and many of that a negro orator at tbe court bouse Branch Stores: ples may be kept two yeorB by wrapping "There are in the official badges of democratic au- our citizens will enjoy it tbeseveral spe- Saturday night declared: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, them in newspapers in such u manner as thority may take our banner and mas- cial trainB making the trip an easy one. two kinds of dimmercratB this year, one Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, is fighting us and the other kind is help- to exclude air. The newspaper must, querade in our uniform, they leave to us ing us. The dimmercrat that's helping howover, bo one on which the subscripprinciples. We are the possession of the Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, Ky., Gov. Knott, who baa a long and contion is the democratic party and they are the sistent record as a friend of silver, be- McKinley is all right and if we treat bim suiting paid in full, or tbe dampness re and Mauckport, Ind. from the dew will causae the fruit bolters." Gov. Buckner'a speech was lieves "that Bryan will be elected, but if right he may csme over and be one of to spoil. National Advertiser. short and meaty and when he had con- he is defeated it will be by the purchase us." Lebauon now holds the Kentucky Col. Walter Forrester tells a Cincincluded "tho congregation was dismiss- of ballot boxes and officers of election, all Eoquirer man that Gov. Bradley half mile track record for both trotters nati ed." It was quite a nice little affair not by tbe popular vote, for tho people and pacers. During the race meeting around and aa it was entirely harmless, are in earnest about the question and can will call a special session of the legislaweek before last Hal Parker, the no one ouah't to bearudge the chance it not be purchased." Some time before ture in December to authorize a lean to there e'ays a brown son of Brown Hal, finished a 11 make good tbe deficit. He also " 1U v gaTO the old fellows to air themtelvej. () & his nomination Gov. Knott predicted U. S Senator will be elected and it will mile in 2:11. At the same meeting the fa Toe people gathered at Owenton Fri- that Mr. Bryan would be the democra- be either a gold democrat or a republ- gray mare Dolly Wilkes, by Ited Wilkee, To trade with us. Our goods arc desirable, () day to hear Senator Blackburn and At- cy's standard bearer, though bis name icanJohn M. Atherton or St. John took tbe first and second beats of tie trot or pace in 2:14. and 2:15, Taybr discuss the issues had hardly been mentioned in that con Boyle. torney General refused to listen to John M. Athertom nection. The governor went to Tne Owenaboro Messenger denies tbe former being tbe trotting record for yesterday to make a speech for e tracks in Kentucky. who tried in vain for 30 minutes to the charge tbal Senator Blackbnrn endemocracy and his favorite. 0 speak, while the crowd hissed and jeered things eo that Bryan could gineered and threatened to ride him on a rail. The And service prompt and accurate. Give us a share of ODDS AND ENDS speak mostly in the 7th district and adds: In Garrard and Lincoln counties there boltocrat papers claim that the indignity your trade. and we will convince you. Our are reported many democrats in perma- As a matter of fact, Senator Blackburn Tbcro U no directory in tho city of 0 is due to suggestions from Senator Blackold patrons already know it. was very anxious to have Mr. Bryan go nent camp at the parting of the ways, St Petersburg. burn and are loud in denunciation Of determined to follow neither wing of the through tbe Eighth district, on account Tbo term "hand" uswl in measuring fa him, because of it and his remark that divided party until events shall disclose of bis interest in John Thompson's race horses mentis four inches "the people in bell have more right to which has pitched its tents toward So- for Congress, and strongly objected to On tho 0th of July tho earth is farther be called Christians than Palmer's fol dom. Louisville Times. Lay not such tho route tbat bad been selected. away from tho sun than at any other have to be called democrats." flattering lowers Gov. Bradley haB called an election time. unction to your soul, dear bolSuch remarks as that and such conduct to fill the vacancy causod by the resignatocrat. The biggest vote ever polled in In tho first book describing an airship H9 the mob at Owenioa was guilty of wil will be connted in November tion Representative J. F. Neat. Hehrs tho author proposes to raiso a car by this section injure any cause, however just, besidea m means of "four copper balloons." will also called anlection in the 2Sth judi upon tne locality and neither McKinley nor Palmer bringing discraco $ says that only Bombuugh f of cial district for a Commonwealth's attor. havo tt. wbicb permits it. all ' tho human beings born into tho O. W. Lesney. On the resignation of Thk effort of the boltocrat papers to ter, in January last, Gov. Bradley ap- world livo to reach tho ago of 17 yoan. One of the republican electors from tho make a big man out of Senator Donelson pointed H. V. D. Stout to fill the vacanHistory tells s that Galilei's firt is in trouble. The Hon-SaCaffery, of Louisiana, will fall as ilat aa cy. The district is composed of Whit- telescope was an old pieco of load wator do for the Hash will have all be can the attempt to manufacture a silk purse ley, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Wayne and pipo with npcctaclo lenscd gluwl in each next few months answering a bastardy out of a sow's eHr. Neither can be done. Clinton. The election in both cases will end. There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER iVpriccs charge preferred by MiBsZlpba Roberts, Tbo French medical journal, called OafiVry is a very small potato with few in be held November 3, oi Manchester, who files a 10 pound inLa Practician, says that an avorago of 1 a bill. He does not represent his con4,847,600,000 perrons dio in tho world fant as evidence in the case, There is a stituency in Congress and he was asked FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. during each century. probability that the State committee In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Hon. Kash off, unlets it ti resign but declined to do so. He was A flywheel in Germany is niado of may wll the Stock ewea for sale. F. P. Bishop, elected to tbe Senate by the merest acciNice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Cali steel wire. Tho wheel is 25 feet in considers bow popular such performanStanford. term will h his last. at once and get pick of the stock. diameter and 250 miles of wire were ces have made Willie Breckinridge in the dent and bis first si -- George Anderson sold to Thompson used in its construction. eyes of those who want to use him, John B. Thompson is now tho regular- Bros, a bunch of heifers at 2 Jc. Tlioso who thiuk tho Barnum whito J. M. Hill bought of A. Hunn a elephant story of a few years ago a fake of Louisville ly nominated democratic candidate for The mayor and aldermen of 750 pound cattle at 2c. J after exhausting every effort to keep Congress in this district, the committee, bunch Ohio Stakes at Oakley were may find a record in tho Now York cusThe tom house, whero tbo IIoii. P. T. swore in contempt and falling, fin- in pursuance to a resolution that if no themselves favorite, Semper Ego. that the animal was worth $200,000. ally decided when the doors of the jail other candidate was announced by Sept. won by tbe B. F. Powell sold to Anderson Holi In England tho first day of the new 11, be should be declared tbo nominee, yawned for tbem, that they bad bette mulen for year is colobrateiT by n particular drink. having met at Danville Friday and bear-iog- day, of Adair, 12 take a big dose of Crab Orchard salts It is spiced alo, facetiously known as no other candidate, and given him and purgo themselves of the last semF. K. Tribble sold to J. O. Johnson, "lamb's wool," though how it acquired blance of contempt. They did so, beg thoensign of tbe party which he will, we of Boyle, 100 hogs averaging 222 pounds such a designation not even tbo philoloCanvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top ged Judge Toney's pardon, expressed varily trust and believe, he carry to gists are ablo to gncsA. at 2.00. great Borrow for their actions and thus victory. In tho privnto chapel at Windsor casG. W. JoneB. of PulaBki, sold yestertle, which is octagonal in shape, with a ended the farce which cost the city $10,-0cattle at 52 two and day POLITICAL POINTS. lantern roof, tho queen's now is in tho or mor. 2 to 3.35. gallery, in tho division uoxt to tho organ M, Atherton will speak at John W. R. Routen sold to J. S. Johnson, loft, Tbo household sit below, tho womMadelink 1'ollahd returned to New Monticello September 10. of Boyle, a buncb of heifers and steers en on ouo sido aud tbe men on tho other. York on the steamer Servia laBt week Cornelius Vanderbilt baa contributed at 2J to 3c. Since Willie Breckinridge baa gotten so $100,000 to the republican campaign GEMS OF THOUGHT. Telescopes, Valjscs and Traveling Bags. F. Reid sold to Simon Weibl fcr particular about the kind of money that fund. 52 export cattle averaging 1,500 reLabman tbe government ought to issue, her No peaco was over won from fato by John B Baakin waa nominated for pounds at 4lc. subterfuge. Ruskin. turn is presumably for tbe purpose of as Congress by the boltocrats of the LouisJ. E. Carson sold to M. B. Ford, of suring him that she will be glad to reThoro is no malico liko tho malico of ville district. Franklin, LotMe Signal, one of bis prize tho ronegado. ceive even 50 cent dollars in payment o. Macaulay. Gov. Bradley issued a proclamation Jerseys, for $175. that $16,000 verdict that she holds against Rashness is tho faithful but unhappy for a special election to select Judge him. Wanted. To rent a farm of 100 parent of misfortune, Fuller. tJ race's and Judge Noble's successors. , acres. Let me hear immediately. Life cannot subsist in society but by It is likely that there will be two demGov. Bradley will speak at Gorbin, M. Porter, Hubble. , reciprocal concessions. Johnson. ocratic candidates for Congress in the 4th Oct. 2, when it is expected tbat evorybody Alex Holtzclaw bought in Oasoy Ploasnro soon oxhausts us aud itself district to make John W. Lewis' election in Whitley, Knox, Laurel and Boll will county a bunch of yearling and Dealers In- also, but endeavor novor docs. Richter. of tbe easier. David R. Murray, be on hand. at 2J to 3c. cattle Political men, liko goats, usually announces tbat he is regularly The Bowling Green Courier sayB it In a match roce at Glen Falls, N. Y., thrivo best among inequalities. Lan-donominee, while Dave and legitimately tbe is robbing the grave to forco Palmer and between John R. Gentry and Star Poin Smith cccka his off bye and claims to Buekner into Not to be provoked is best; but, if the field. Their combined ter, the former won and lowered bis rehave the nomination nailed down. It is ages are 154 years. moved, never correct till tho fume irf cord to 2:01. a sweet kettle of fish all round. Speaker Reed said Sunday that in Wm.Moreland shipped to Vanme-te- r, spent For ovory stroko our fury strikes Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of is suro to bit ourselves at last William Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' of Lexington, Friday, 100 All ye who have pleas to make or answer to Chairman Faulkner's request Peun. cattle be bought in this county at aBk draw near and ye shall be for permission for Mr. Bryan to use the Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, pardons to beard. Gov. Bradley is off on a slump- capitol steps for his rostrum he replied from 3c to 3 30. From all accounts, ChamberUin't Coueh Item ilv nnit.Anil Ih. ! . here .. Worthington is by wire: "Permission granted with the John Farris is back with Joe Tbayer uA. Itam. am. at.... iltkla . fllf.'.arl aa11 II I. it no id. ing tour and . a consent of tbe vice president." He said at Lexington and is managing tbat gen- - -- The Democrat, Canrotitoo, Ky working tbe pardon mill irttl-WEEKL- of the county chairAt the iNTEPJORjOlfRNE men at meeting Danville, which declared Hon. John B. Thompson the nominee for Con gress in this district, there was a general Stanford. Ky., - Sept. 15, 1896 exchange of views. Tho Shelby man c'aimed that his county would give Tiompson S00 majority, Spencer's repreW. P. WALTON. sentative claimed GOO from his county, Y nt T- - be took it for granted Mr. Stevenson tloman'a stable while he ia out on the! SEE OUR E SHOES SHOES SHOES ! - ANYTHING IN '1 NEW : FALL : GOODS -1 BRYAN AND SEWALL JUDGE PBYOR O Va-no- xn bOUlSVlhhK 4c. Jc. STOEllo1 ! '9! 00 Sc. O DRESS GINGHAMS 5 CTS k o o r-- to-da- w Mens" Suits, $3.50, LOUISVILLE STORE. To-da- y blue-gra- ss H 1 REIT'S TD Y0III? "w v w AIWuNWRH,. "ifS M. 1 free-for-a- ll Camp-bellsvill- e half-mil- Prices J Reasonable, I PENNY'S DRUG STORE. one-hal- State-at-lar- FORCASH I tlxe ZbTesrt 1 DEor Thirty Days, 1 $ mmmmwwmm W. E. PERKINS, CrablOrohard. I s two-year-o- ld of H. J. M'ROBERTS. 00 three-year-ol- d TRUNKS! H. J. M'ROBERTS. & -- FARRIS HARDIN, two-year-o- Breck-nridg- e, ld r. Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. 000-pou- nd Lt.-Go- v. I I m.. a ! Prices to Suit The Times. B s lM ' r r I ' h f ( W, G. Dunn w,as fined for drawing a ORATORY ON TAT. pistol on Bony Carter and Is serving it Mtttn. Warren, Hill, Ward and Tliomp- out. nm Talk for Hours. We can save you money on family, BYTub Maywood base ball club is very A month ago, Col. John B. Thompson Stanford, Ky., Suit. 15, 1896 ready mixed palnta OralK&ilocker. jubilant oyer defeating the Neal'a Creek advised the committee hero that he s, GollaiB, Hames, club two games last week. Bridles, would Bpeak In behalf of his candidacy . C. Walton, Business Manager. Pads, Trace Chains, Ac, at coot at WarE. for Congress and ic was bo announced in The Lt. Severance Pest G. A. It. will ren & Shanks'. an issue of this paper in August. It was bold a reunion and camp fire at also Btated that Hon. It. C. Warren would You should tako your prescriptions to Garrard county, Sept. 25 and 20 Tub auction at W. H. VYenren & Co.'s Introduce Mr. Thompson and glvo tho ... Penny' drug store where prompt and yesterday was quite satisfactory to the Si'BAKiNO. Messrs. M. F. North and dornocracy lome good advice. It waB not is Kuaranteed. accurate service though the goods sold exceedingly tlr And Funeral Director. J. E. Robinson will addrena tho Bryan thought postdble at that time that a man low. club at Goshen Saturday week, Sept. 20. calling himself a democrat would want Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, PJiUSOiVAL POINTS. to speak on the opposite Bide on such an You can get ut E.up's gallery bix TrilHorse Blankets, Whips, &c. No tickets were eold from here to the occasion, but when Mr. Thompson arMrb. J. 0. Hays ib visiting her parents by Pdnele furnished on the Aristo Plntl-nSquare, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e meoting at Louisvillo and rived yesterday, he was confronted with in Garrard. paper for I. This offer is from now Notification only lour to tho Bryan epcaking In the a request todivide time with Judge Quin-c- y Mies Emkmnk Alexandbk is vUltlnK till October 1st. same city. in llarrodsburir. Ward, of Parie, who camo to speak in behalf of the boltocratic ticktt. Mr. Oaiiroll 1'okTMAN lias opened a barber To tub Farm krs. We have n placo Col. J. II. Davidson, of Illinois, whoshop at Rowland. for 1,000 busheU ofMamaged w heat and ever he may be, is announced to speak at Thompson readily assented and it was Mr. J. F. Hav is on a visit to his old will pay highest market price J. II. Crab Orchard, Sopt. 2G. The rads aro agreed that bo should lead oil in a speech home at Beach City, 0. Iluughmai) it Co. making n desperate effort to carry this of an hour, Mr. Thompson was to speak MieSBH fius AND Annib Uiiixk Woods county, but wo bblievo they aro reckon- an hour and quarter and Judge Ward Tub NegroeB and other republicans left for MillrrdburK Oolleco yesterday. was to havo 15 minutes to close. Mr and son, Hruce, tiok b greator intret in the democratic ing without their host. Da. William Huffman .. Warren spoke according to announceof Lancuster, are seeking health at Cook's speaking than usual, it was very maniMr. Mopes Coffey left at this office ment and defined his position to be fest yestorday. Springs. yesterday a pear of his raising which straight out for the Chicago ticket and .. Mies KATiiBriNB Kusbkll, a Knoxvllle Lost. list ween Crab Orchard Springs weighs 10 oz. or two more than that left against the McKinley Aid Society, which By- beauty, is tho guess of Misses Mary and and Lnuctater a ladies' long, gold watch by Mr. Brent Barnett. He pays that he certain democrats had formed. A vote Lizzie Logan. chain. Liberal reward for return to Louis i determined the republicans shall be for Palmer is a half a vote for McKinley, MU9K3 I'iiknik and Ida Daimiiiki.ty, of on top in par raising rr in other things he said, and ho never intended to aid in Landram, Lancaster, Kv. Lexington, have been visiting Mies Mol-Ij- o 9 the election of a roan representing a party A rout 10U persons accepted the inviTaxes. The tax hooks are ready and Daugherty. lie had fought all bis life. "When I want InMn. E. Ki'Idkll bos moved his fam- your taxets are duo and unpaid. By set- tation to visit tho now Joseph Price to shed my democratic skin," beexclaim-ed- , Engraving a Specialty. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. g save yourself both firmary Friday afternoon and were great ily to tbo Loubo on Depot street vacated tling at once you will "I'll go the whole thing and put on ly pleased with its construction and conexpense and trouble. T. D. Newland, by Ed Wilkinson. republican robe," a sentiment that venience. Dr. Carpenter tells ub that the lian a nice class In em sherlfl. Mrs. Coultkii .WE WILL, the crowd vociferously applauded. His contributions to tho charity bed aro combroidery and will remain at the St. AsIt has been very hot again with tho ing in very gratifyingly in amounts from remarkB were well received and highly aph another week, mercury up In tho 00.,, A nice shower 15 down. Let everybody, who can, help commended. Mrs. Granvillk Baker, of Kingsville, fell Sunday but it did not cool the atWhen he eat down Col. Hill attempted the good cause. is dangerously ill and fears aro entertain, mosphere much. "Generally fair, stato introduce Judge Ward and the crowd ... ed that sho will not recover. Alas and Alack! A dispatch bsjb: mistaking it for an attempt to crowd Mr. tionary temperature Tuesday." ... Mn. John H Brookr, of Harrodsburg paper which Thompson out with speeches, showed The Is response to a request horn Mr. J. Mr Itios.H. Fox has been trying to decided disapproval till both Warren a native of Lincoln, came up with Mr. W. Acton for a speaker, Prof. T. M, John B. Thompson vectcrday. Htari at Danville has fallen through. Mr. and Thompson begged for a fair hearing Uoodknight went to Ottenheim, Friday OrchMissJkan Buchanan, ol Crab Fox has accepted a position in the inter- and a fair discussion. Of Goods at cost until the ard, went to Louisvillo Saturday to visit night, and after a speech organized a nal revenue eervico in Anderson county The court room was crowded to suffoBryan and Sowall club with a small her sister, Mm. John A. Ualdeman. and has gone on dutr. Tho cause of the cation, when Judge Ward attempted to Mr. 0. II. llAYna.v, mall messenger on membership. abandonment of the enterprise lies in the Bpeak and there being considerable conthe K. 0.. is sick and his place is being Tub K. C. will run a special train to fact that promised aid to Mr. Fox did not fusion it waa suggested that tho speakers fi led by W. H. Bush, of Lexington. Is disposed ol. Lexington this morning, leaving here at materialize. Ho Bays lie had assurance "goto the gallons" to finish their oratory. Thereto tho crowd repaired and Judge Mr. Casey M. Owslky leaves today 7 o'clock and arriving in Lexington at of 1,500 subscribers to start on. Ward began his Bpeech by saying how on for the University ol Virginia, where he 11:15, at ono fare for the round-triTub report gained currency here a few glad he was to face a Lincoln county will enter the law school. Lancaster account of the Bryan speaking Returnnights ago that Hon. Charles J. Brons audlencol He then made the usual arKicord. ing, train leaves at 5 r. m. ton, the red headed child of destiny, had guments for the gold standard and in a W. V. Kichaiipson, of lUnvllle, Mr. Dacb. J. B Owens & SonuBk ub to been shot and killed by a man named dignified manner upheld the ticket and was hero Sunday to see ono of our pretty announce that there will be a dance at Smith, at a political debate in Fayette platform nominated at Indianapolis. It girls. He is making good progrees Btu Linnletta Friday night and that large county, but we have "been able to dis- wasn't that kind of a crowd and while dying law. Stanford, Leb- cover no grounds for it. The ttatesman it heard him respectfully, he got little or It is a Fact that the Largest and Best Stock of Mrs. M. E Lorp returned to Louis- crowds are expected from with the fiory capillary adornment, still no response from it in applause or otherDanville and other points. villo Saturday alter spending tho sum anon and . lives, moves and has his being, without wise. mer with her pirents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Jipsb Routt, tbt McKinney livery- having somersaulted on the political When he had concluded, Col. Thomp-sjT. Harris, man, has eold h'8 outfit to Arthur Eatee, trapeze for a week. arose and was given an ovation. He Wall Paper, Window Shades and Picture Frames arc located at StanMihi Katiibrink Wadiilb, a stylish of Casey. The consideration which was 9 lit right into the arguments of his opford, midway between Louisville and Knoxville. The thousands of Non Est. Sherifl Jule Plummer, of brnnotto of Somerset, who has been vis- fSOO was good, but Mr. Routt Ib wonderponent and called the crowd to witness iting MIta Sue Willie Hale, returned ing now what he will do and would no Newport, who ia to tie the knots if Jack house will shout the that he had not given a single reason people who have traded in this money-savinhomo Saturday. Bon and v ailing are ever bung, lor doubt like to lmve hia bargain back. tidings near and far that this is the place to buy goods at par. why silver should not be coined as free Mrs. N. J. Kimiibrlin, of Nevada, Mo., the murder of Pearl Bryan, was at Mrs. Anna McClary, who Kingsville Tuesday in search of William as gold. He is good on telling an anec" Prttch-arLkCTURE. with her children and Mrs. H. L. dote and soon hud the attention of the of Manninglon, W. Vs., aro guests represents the VUvi treUment, cordial- Trustee, (ather of the man in jail at ly invites the mothers and daughters to Newport for swearing lies in the caee, crowd, which bad lagged under the fire Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Conlter. of figures and statistics. He was very &c, Stanford, Ky. Commissioner S. II. Shanks attentfrd attend a freu lecture Wednesday, Sept. but did not find him. The officer gave Opera House it as bis opinion that young Trustee severe on President Cleveland, "peace tho meeting at Danville, which accepted 10, a 3 v i., at Walton'a fato his ashes" as he said, and referred would get one and John Soard five years the resignation of Prof. lUy, as superin- by Mrs. M W. Bender, of Louisville. miliarly to those great democratic stand for the part they played in the celebratendent, and elected Prol. Giis Rogers in ards as "Tommie Jeflersou and Andy In addition to being the finest garden- ted trial. his etead. Jackson." He argued the free silver of JMcRoberts, A rittuitK cf Dr. James Rifle, who has er in town, Crtibier J. Bryan Oluii. Mr. Bowen W. GiveDs cause from the standpoint of those who ia tho boja sunrocently been appointed health ofliccr the First National Bank, has sent in 41 namta to bo added to the are convinced that it will prove the panof Covington, Ib printed in the Pont of flower grower. Ho has ono on exhibi Bryan and Sowall club here, which will acea for all our financial ills and ever and fiat city. Ho is asm of J. P. Rilfe, of tion at Farris A Hardin's that is 10 feet be organized next Friday night week, anon ran in a joke or two to keep the tall, with a head 45 inches in circumferthe West End of Lincoln. 25th, at the ourt-houe- e when there will attention close. Wjlip, Texas, has ence. Mibs Aknik Uayr,oI bo speaking by Messrs. Robert Harding, Those who had the chance to hear him our thanka for a copy of the DallaB Kows Tub Q. & C. present throe etiaugea for ol Danville, J. Mnrt Rjthwoll, of Lan- through say his si cell was a splendid containing Tom Watson' speech and those who want to attend tho Bryan caster, It. U. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, one and that it was a vote maker. It was from all over tho State which .how Is in the city buying. First at and others. Nearly every man approach- too hto when he concluded for ub to evspeaking at Lexington that the cotton crop is six per cent short 3:15 a, m. from Junction City, then at 0 ed has signed to become a member and en give a synopsip. on account of drouth. Col, Thompson finished at 4:30, Judge a. M and again at 10:5S, tho latter a spe- over 100 names have been Hf cued, which Mrs. Milurbp Wwjt has received a cial train. Faro on each $1 15 for tho number the orignators say will be dou- Ward made a abort rejoinder, the hand ' letter from her daughter, MIeh Jennie bled. played a lively air and the fun was over round. tiip. West, telling of her sale arrival at Mil- 9 for the day HoHRiiii.E Charge. Fred Mahatry.wl 0 legeville, Ga., and how pleased she is Pomb drunken fellow awakened tho Normal denizens of Main street at o'clock Sun- used to live here, but who has made ia with her position in tho Georgia NEW ADVEKT18KMEN1S. and Industrial College day morning, by yelling in CamBnche home at Ciab Orchard for the last seven Indian style and running his horse at years, was arrested Friday charged wilh break-nnc- k speed. A heavy fine with a tuining his' wife'a sister's child, Alice CITY AND VICINITY. rockpile sentence awaits him if hia iden- Sowder, whom she adopted 10 years ago. A Soriel Hoite, 15 handj high. Ii dith faced Bargains in guns at Craig & Hock tity ia proven. The little girl ia only 13 and it is readily Will give and tijuirety built He 5 years old apparent that she will soon become a liberal reward Tor hit return to Lackey & ulley'i era. 0 9 9 Improvement. Judge J. W. Alcorn mother. Mahafiy has a wife, who it is Lively Stable at Lancaiter. J r JACKSON', Bourne, Ky. We guarantee our Trusses. Craig & has contracted with A C.Sine to build a Bald, Call and see us in a few days. refuses to believe him guilty of the Uocker. steel front on the lot now oc charge. When arrested he asked that he Tarlets and school supplies at Craig k cupled by him as a law office. A etore- be permitted to go home for a few mooffices menta and Squire Edmiston allowed him room will be built below and two Hooker's. At Assignee ot Beailer Brcs. and Mrs M. A. above with all the modern Improve- to go under guard of a Mr. Condor. There DeaIey, will, on Want to buy old gold or silver. Dauks, ments. Tbo buildlnc will bo quite an he give him the slip and left for parts un" TUESDAY, 15, 1896 , the jeweler. addition to Lancaster street. known. Mahafiy ia about CO years old, a On their premitei, one mile irom Stanford on the member of the Christian church at Crab Huttonville turnpike, sell publicly the Complete stock of school books at W. ExoNsnATED. Tho coroner's jury at of Mrs. M. A. Beazley in Orchard and is a blacksmith by trade. B. McRoberts. Lancaster found that Postmaster James 83 ACRES OF LAND, Court day bring your watch and clock I. Hamilton fired the pistol shots that Junction City. Linnietta's guests killed Elmore Knox and that be did bo have about all departed and Manager And alio ol the remainder interest in same for repairs to Danks. of tiros. 9 in his neceosary self defense. In this Owens is enjoying a much nseded rest. belonging to Ueailer by other persens who will,tho at are owned scientifically' treated free of connection we will state that along com He had a good crowd moat of the season remainder convey their interests to the purchaser Eyes a fair price, of the above, and the residue of the remainder is charge at Craig & Hocker'a Cash Store. muntcatlon signed by colored people has but ho fed them bo well he did not make owned by s minor 10 years old. A bond will be M. her majorthe purchaser that, been received at this office in which it is much money. W. A. Reynolds, the givenshe will couvey her00 attaining him at same interest to ity, Tub Boyle circuit court began yester stated that Knox was not the bad man ha drugglit, basoold 21 bicycles bo far this rate the rest of the land sells. Also a tract of day with a light docket and no murder is represented to be but a Christian and season. He is agent for the Cleveland, ts tVCKICS OW LVTDD, case, one of the beat on tbo market. W. S. Belonging to Beazley Bros., adjoining the above, a good citizen. 9 9 99 Hilton is a big buyer. He has just re originally a part 01 tne same tract, uoouuwcuing TYPEwniTiNa and stenography prompt on the tract. Also j.u The L. & N. notifies Agent J. S. Rice ceived 50 Btoves and $3,000 worth of oth- ana Hor- ly done at this office, by Miss Oallle to sell round-tri- p tickets Sept. 14 and 15 er goods. Ab has been stated beforo in Hofst'8,2 Cowh,20 Stoolc Hogs, S2G ton. Glvo her a chance. Corn, 36 of Outs, .A.croH to Covington on account of the Grand these columns be has the largest store in O of Uarloy, 2 JJ.horso Wnuons, full Fall lino of Zeigler shoes now at Lodgo of Knights of Pythias at ono fara this section. Dunn & Surbur's big "tors not ITnrm Implements, &zo. Terms made known on day of sale. Shanks'. Zalgler's shoes aro tbo moat limited to the 10th. To Louisville, Sept. is headquarters for political discussions. J. B. l'AXTON, Assignee. comfortable, most stylish, most durable 27 to Oct. 3, atone fare plusfl admission Tho former is a republican and the latter 48td With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under. Rag Weed of Driving and Fair Associa a and Stubble. on account and the cheapest. democrat and if they can't findeome- 9 tion, limited to Oct. 5 To Dallas, Texas, body else to argue with they elect Bryan Tlnrm to tho w fo of VY. h. Uutciier, a Sept. 17 to 10, good to Oct. 1, at ono fare and McKinley between themselves, A Mr. J. W. Ail boy. Hia on account of meeting Sovereign Lodge prominent democrat informed us that And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices ams, Bays tho youngster is a free Biker-it- of I. 0 0. F. hf ft workman of the National democratic ticket would onaway back. before you buy. Fakm Wagons Lower Than Ever. from talk ol building a railroad from ly get two votes in Junction City and 14 YEARS The Tns boss was on hand yesterday but Gallatin, Teun.,to McKinney, this coun that ho knew of 12 republicans who of courteav to didn't speak, probably out ty, is being revived, but wo fear it will would vote for Bryan and Sowall. There Odorless WatorJ Closets, Frost-Prohis opponent, but more probable because be only talk lor a long time. It would are lota of freeailverites there and that HERD OK Water Pipes, S THK ho didn't have anything to Bay tliat He open up a big territory and bo a good end of Boyle will do her duty in Novem- Tubs could eay Intelligently. thing for Nashville and tbo South. A hor. SECOND TO F. ReidBold to L. U. Hudson two A specialty. WORKMANSHIP In and out My Breeders were selected from tne best herds Caution. Since we use nothing but Nashville paper Bays: "When compleNONE. Gilt edge reference of this famous breed of swine In i.v,nl different guarantee every pound ted this road will reduce tho dietanco to cavalry horses for f 100 and an Eastern Ask your Danville ol the Stat. select wheat, and cjt.ies. A solendid lot o pigs of different ages friends aboutmy work. for sale. Bred sows a specialty.. yo should insist on having Cincinnati to 270 miles. Newport News horse for $175. Mr. Raid Bays Golddust of our flour, guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addre fti.2! SHlBLBBBBHIHsllBBlBBBBViBlBfe. saleable things be our gooda. Some other millB are grind- will be 00 miles nearer via Lexington, borsea are the most BRONAUGH, F. CLARKE. T. distance to Cincinnati over can find. He haa disposed of $1,100 ing smutty and musty wheat. J. H. Ky. The Crab Orchard, Ky Clemens House Uulldlnj, Danville, Ky, " the Louisville and Nashville ie 205 miles. worth in the last few months. Laughman & Co. 3 aMl- - For ecbool supplies, tablets, now sta- tionary k to W. fi. Moltcbortu. in UNDERTAKING -- Back-band- dL, Ham-mac- k, 0 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer 111 a 9 Watch Repairing THOMAS DALTON, - - m m free-silv- er Gontiniie Our Sate """ ENTIRE STOCK W. H. p, WEARBN & CO. IT IS A FACT. g n Furniture, Caskets, Coffins and Carpets, m d, W. W. WITHERS, mm-- " ts OUR BUYER Loads to-da- 9 Dead 1 1 Sstray or Stolen. 11 1 Of Goods. two-stor- PUBLIC SALE. 1 ... SEPT. SEVERANCE & SON. life-eita- te 10-- 11 Two-eight- m m m -- s re ... THE CI SB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, grand-fathe- r, Superior Plumbing! WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, EXPERIENCE Por-celain'iBof e j r r S. K. WEAREIV. BL.UK-GIIAS- SXdBSD R. H. HOGS. !"" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT SdMEWITAT LOCAL. Leonard Gtrrett wna fined f 1,035 for selling whisky in a local option town in Madison. An Anderson county man is wanted (or attempting to poison his preacher who showed too much attention to the former's wife. V. Alhrecht resigned ne OeorRO e'erk of MUUIeshoro and was elected treasurer. A pretty big bond ought to bs required of n newspaper innn these dEys if be is entrusted with much treas ure. Mr. T. S. Marimon, a highly respect ed citizen, and father of K. L. Marimon. of tho Sayings, died at Ilarrodsburg. His father, Mr. J. D. Marimon, died on tho Cth, aged 03, and tho son's condition was such that he was not apprised of his father's paesing nway. For more than n quarter of a century he had been an elder iu tho Presbyterian church and superintendent of tho Sunday school, a Ieadins citizen, an upright man and a stanch democrat. He was 80 years old.J MATRLVONIAL MATTERS. Thomas Murphy, aged S3, was mar- r ed at Duluth, Minn , to Miss Sadie Willis, juBt 17. Arthur Fel'ows, of Harrison county, Ind , left his wife because she smoked cigarettes. Thomas Gill, 20, and Miss Margaret Allen, 2S, will be married at Mrs. Mollie n A received a Fresh C 1 . WANTED.I an position as cleric or to do will sell Seven kind of hon Oi Ll T $1.40. Salt andHamilton, Rowland,Bushel est, honorable and profitable. Am work thattoiswork Barrels at Ky. Isaac willing A T 1 Car-Load I Of J. B. THOMPSON, SAM W. IUENEFEC ject Is NOTICE! Having bought of J. W Adams his Coal Plant and good will at Rowland, Ky..t will continue the Coal llusloes. at said placo V. T. SAUNDERS will have charge ofit as he is well known In that end 01 the county, J. n. IIIOOINB. U the hides I can J II LULiO. forcathorln tradittor leather get on court days at Stanford or at my horn lo Otten-helChas. Kao.lin, Tanner Pnbllabod Evory Tuesday and Friday $33 PER YKiVniN AX"VA.KrCT3 $2.60 will be flWVVhen not aopaid charged.": TTfifiP T UUJtA OALiJi. I (or taVdlea and children to drive, and surrey in Rood ordJr. Also one suit orbed room furniture and an Emmerson Piano rone. Apply to Mrs M. J. Collins, Huslonville. T? I QAT A gentle horw, suitable lor a small salarr until 1 prove tnyselt fit tor the Is a candidate (or Congresa In this, the Eighth position. Kecommenaatnn el'fu it Uesircit. J. District, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Aiex Stephenson, btanlord, ivy, 54 3STOTICE I K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and p. tn., returning at 4:10 p. m., and 9:20 p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 4:05 COAL I still agent for Kails Branch Coal and it ill keep a supply or all kinds of Coal, 10 you get such as you want at the lowest poislblo prices for Cash. Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, opposite Roller Mills. J. U. lllGGlNS. Stanfcrd, Ky. 37 I am All persons desiring Locust 1'osts for plank fence, post and railiug or wnc fence, cab hud what tney want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike leadiug from Crab orchard to Btaiiiord ai.o Keep alar) a on hand a good supply ot plank for feucing. All kinds ot lumotr for Ouilding s; als-- i boards and stiiuglet All pvrsous desiring tuy article ot this Kind can call on me at my store near Cedar Creek. JuoeifVy6. G. W SINGLETON. jatf pur-pose- Caididate foi to the action of (riff of Lincoln County, the democratic ps'ty. sub- HFnp " GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Sunorlnti-mlrn- t Pnhlle Selioali of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. TO THE LADIES tho moit complete. Klegant line Linens and Kmbroldery Material. MISSLICCIK HKAZLEV, Sun ford, Ky I No. 14, Train going North.,, ' " No, 6. " South . No. 15, Mo. 11, ...... la ...... 37P m 04 pm 03 p m 3 " " . .ia 1 3 " 3ST02DX, & SCOT, IN COAL, Corn and Hay taken FRANK S. GREEN la a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. I am back from the cities with everything that Is new and pretty in the Millinery line, a visit to my store will convince you that this stock Is QUEEN & CRESCENT. . Trains past Junction City as follows: Ho. x South ......11 07 p ra No a North ...3 TWo I desire Farms For Rent. 1807 DEALERS Good, Near Rallioad Crossm, Kaitof Depot, " " 3 5 ,1 rer " " ' ......11.09 a ro n 35 am " " 835pm ' 4 6 10 " " " 41 ...1 00 p ra p m bTANKjRD.KY. Clean, Cheap., J. F. HOLDAM Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject o the action of the democratic party. Note. Nos. 4 and 5 and 9 and 10 run no Hithan Junction City All trains stop there. ..315am ..600am pOYAl two adjoining farms about i miles East of Moreland. in Lincoln county, one ccntalmng 11a acres and the other 160 acres. About 30 acres on each farm to go in corn an 1 about 15 acres In each to go in small rain; balance in crass. Both farms well watered. Iweliing house ot 7 rooms on 110 acre tract und also good tenant home. Dwelling home of four rooms on 163 acre tract. Good barns and good outbuildings on both. They will be rente! sepa rately or together, either. J- - M. C AR TKR, SR., Moreland, Ky. CS4 to rent for the year A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, la caehauge. Come aud sea u.. SAMUEL M. OWENS t St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, &2r-FA- IR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln rmmi . i . Ia tk. aiaatnt. a J iL. ! .i ak Stanford, Ky. Office over McKotierts' Drujr Store in tho Owsley Ky. -- EMMETT McCORMACK a I candidate for Assessor or Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. oar support is earnestly solicited. Uulldipg. WARNING. .FOR SAXiE. uesirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten .rr 01 i.ann, r or Bale. If as on il a coou. com- Rooms, and all necessary ouibulldmgs One yard hydrant and one for vs. 'Plendid, never falling well. ,U? JL.F further particulars apply to . J AS. 1 I1AILEV, Executors' Sale of Land As Executors of tho estate of J L Dawton, deed , we will on e want to give thoie who owe us fair warning that e shall give them two weeks more to settle up with us, and if they do not come up in that lime, we shall put their accounts in the hands of Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. anotbeer. MEUSIION M. F. ELKIN """'""""ofBu "?" - Thursday, Oct. 1st, 1896, At bis late residence, sell at puMic outcry to the highest bidder, i CARROLL DAILKV. noc DRTK BAILED JOE T. EMHRY Is a candidate for Autiwr of Lincoln County, subject to the action ol the democratic patty, and eartustlr asks your support. J5 (Jl.nfn.,1 , .-.,. -- . avJ . if. c& DR-ST- E, Farmer's to-da- POWDER .Absolutely Puro.f A cream of tartar baking -- pow- - eminent Report, Highest of all in leavening sirciiy iu. laicsi uiuiea diaiCSUOV- der. Thomes Wilson, a widower of CO, was married at Vincennes, Ind., to Mies Pdarl Withers, just 14 Six years ago, T. 8. Edwards, of Woodford, aged 7G, celebrated his golden wedding. His wife died since and the other day he married his niece, a maiden 0f 32. hoyal baking;powder;oo. New York. :db,. w. b. T'saxirz, : James H. Juckett, aged 50, and Mre. Macgie Pritt, n widow of 10, rode horseback from Montgomery county, Tenn,, to Hopkinsville, this State, and were married. Eleanors, Immediately after the burial of his GLASSWARE, &c. Mary A. Dawon deAs Administrator ol Mrs. wife, at Buffalo Valley Baptist church, ceased, I will at the same time and place sell the near Huntington, W. Va., Sunday, Mar- following property Household and Kitchen Fnrni- Cow and Calf. ion Butler was married by tho preacher ture. Reds and Redding, Sheets, Ulankets, Pillow Good Goods at tho Lowest Prices. Slips, Shams, fie , and other things too numerous who had performod the funeral service to mentloa. Terms made known on day ol sale. W L. DAWSON. Acmr to a cousin of his dead wife. Be -- Of tine Hanging Fork land. This land is situated STANFORD. KY In a good community, 4 miles North of Stanford, on the Stanford and Danvil.e pike. It is in a fine Horses bandied under Saddle and In Harness. state of cultivation, mostly la grass, and is well and prepared s lor roadsters and fenced. The dwelling is a story and half brick saddlers bought sale. nnd sold on commission. Good with frame ell, a good one. with necessary outhalt mile tracn and best stables in the country. S buildings Convenient to school, only about 100 yards away, and a No. I Uurr Water Mill adjoining the land. Trie Land will be offered as a whole and then in two parcels of about too Acres each and which ever way amounts to the most will be accepted. I'ossesiou for seedinir purposes will be riven dav after the sale and entire possession Jan. t, 1897 DEALER IN Terms-- . The above will be sold for one third cash, to be paid Jan 1, 1S97; the balance In 1 nod A bond with appiov-e- d 1 years, equal installments. security, bearing interest frcm day of sale, must GROCERIES, HARDWARE, be given by the purchaser. Lien retained on land L. L. DAWSON. for deferred aayments. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, 1. H. BRIOHT. I'lrst-clas- About Two Hundred Acros Tra.nlaijj Proprietors and Sale Stable C. G. BAKER ICJJ. I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory, , Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, suhi.ct tn action of the democratic party. Thinklug the Southern end of the county Is entitled to a slice of the pie he atks your support. Ice regularly every morniog-- Price 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. m hlh. J- K. VanArsdale, WILLIAM MORELAND Is a candidate for Asaeisor of Lincoln, anbject to the action of the democratic party, lit kindly asks your support Any amonnt between 10 and loo lbs at All bills must positively be paid the first olWcln. each K. IIKKMER. SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed nnd Sale Stable, RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Junction City, Flrst-Cla-'- - Residence House In Staniord, with store house on same lot. lor sale. The lot contains Ji, acre, and can be easily divided, putting storehouse and residence on separate lots. At reasonable price and 01 easy terms. Apply to . N. SAUNDERS, Jjtf Staniord, Ky. A god . Tti.fiAnia ... ... ... t iiiunon, very K eaaonable Rates. A portion ofvour n.tr.iA... (V .. teapeclfully solicited. il 6m. Kontuckv. "i" r. .,. THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Dentist, : Stanford, Office on Ky. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. to-da- y. Lancaster Street, at Residence. w. s. bttjrch:, Stanford, Attorney at Law, - - Quite a number will go from this ouuty to hear Bryan speak Kentucky. OTiee on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House, Collections receive especial attention. 83 J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. 1 Lio-11- The coroner's jury, which investi-gite- d the killing of Knox, by Hamilton, reported on Saturday morning, Judge Burnside having rallied sufficiently to make a statement. Thev found that Knox came to his death by three pistol ehotp, fired by J. I. Hamilton, and that Hamilton fired in his necessary self defense. Judge Burnside is not so well, at this writing, but it is yet hoped that his wounds will not prove fatal. On the same day I will sell some oi my personalty, co listing ot aoo shocks of Corn a nice lot of Millet Hay tn stack, 1 Sow and Pigs, 7 fat Hogs a Cows and Cahrs, 1 rockaway Horse. 1 harness Mare, Buggy aud Harness, Surrey and Harness v agon, t nice lot ot Poultry. Household ond Kitchen rurniture Terms made known on j L. L DAWSOV day of sal- - Sure to Give Him a Call. Com On, Come All. ol M. ( W. It JOKXsrSOW, Agent for The And The Cooke's WILL CURK Sarsaparilla Executor's Sale of Land And Personal Property. will on As executor of And ee the new Hali at Mis Dudderar's Tern-nlefashion this week New Legon, tiew Pananus. ail the new Persian effects In (loners and Ribbeas Handsome goods but I.ow Prices. Dress making done in tne Lint stile aod on shert M. I). DUIiDF.KAK. notice. MRS. KATK DUDDKRAR. New York Uic Ins. Co. Aotna Accident Insuranco Company. rt and Most Favorable Terms of Insurance MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED HARMS seml-an James A. Harris, deceased, I Thursday, Sept. On the piemlset at 17, 1896, Land. the la'e residence ofjamei A. Harris, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder about Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, In Lincoln county. K v.. at 6 iter cent . anal Address Eczema, Tetter, C.KO interest: no commission charged. llmldlng, W HAW. Room 17, Kenyan Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and furand all diseases of the blood and ther Information, inquire olJ .N. Saunders, Attorney, Stanford, Ky. t Makes You Well. T. JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Dean's Illack Dj.mond Roof Lsiiraates furnished for palntin W00J All roots painted with Dean'. Ulact .LB.u","",:,.d..f".r " ;- ,.'e --- Stanford, Ky. The Discovery Saved His Life. II Offers his services o the eople ol West F Mr. G Colliouette, druggist, lleaveisvllle. 111. coin and Casey Counties. stock of Coffins says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe iny end Caskets always on hand. life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the D. eS. Carpenter, Manager. 95 physicisns fir miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Havinc Dr. King's New Discovery in my store, I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first -- dose began to get better and after using three b ttles was up and about again. It is wotth its weight in gold. We wont keep store or house without it." J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Oct a free trial at W. 15. McRoberts' drug store. 350 Acres Fine Blue-Gras- s BARKER HOUSE, - - The land Is in two tracts, one of about 310 acrts and the other of 43 acres. This land is situated about three miles West of Stanford on the Stanford .V Mtileugewlle turnpike, is in a high state of cultivation, now mostly in irrass and Is well fenced but contains no other improvements It adjoins the dwelling Louse tract of 100 acres. Possession foi seeding purposes will be given after day of sale and full possesiioa not later than Jan 1, 1897. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it &-- Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by GRAB ORCHARD ?'. - ;.vu ::"i,IUU nvuuiic ."" ...... ":'K"7!" ?ail. kltllll. l -. "". '"I It B8RBEE& CttSTLEMW. Commerce Building1, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. I will also sell at same time about 30 head of horses and brood mares, the latter bred to jacks, S mule colts, 6 year-olmules, 4 work mules, t Rates TWO DOLLAIIS Per Dav. extra 3. year-ol- d lack, a lot of yearling and old cattle, a lot of hogs, milk cows, hay and shell ed oats and about 400 barrels of new corn, and also Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large a lot of (arming Implements and wagons, &c, such end Commodious Sample Rooms. as are usually found upon a well regulated farm Hails and office connected by Electric Belli. and also aS shares of stock in Stantord & Knob Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 Lick pike and 8 shares of stock ia Stanford A Mil ledgeville pike. Terms The land will be sold for one. third SENT IT TO HIS MOTHER IN GERMANY. cub, balance in ia and 18 months, with Interest Mr. Jacob Esbensen, who is in the employ of from day of sale; seenred by lien on the land. On the Cnlcago Lumber Co., at Des Moines, Iowa, personalty: All sums under $10 cash, over that says: "1 have just Sent some medicine oacic to my amount a credit of three months, note to be exe7. B. RIL.HY. Proprietor, mother in the old country, that I know trom per- cuted on day ol sile with approved personal sccur gonal use to be the best medicine in the world for ity, bearing interest from day of safe - - rheumatism, having used it in iny family for sevS.T. HARRIS, eral years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain lialra. T. D English, Auctioneer Executor It always does the work. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettsi For sale by Craig .V Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Srepared than ever to accommodate the public attached and every convenience do In a recent letter to the manufacturers, Mr W. ird. Give me a call, K. Iienjamin, editor of the Spectator, Rushtord, N, FRANK RILEY, yy Y.savs: "It may be a pleasure to you to know the high esteem iu which Chamberlain's mediA. G. I.anham cines are held by the people of your ov n State, John U. Cattleman. where they must be beet known An aunt of mine, who resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to visit me a few years since, and before leaving hone wrote tne, asking if they were sold hore, stating that If they were not she would bring a quantity with her, as she did not like to be without them.'' Is Receiving his The medicines referred to aro Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures ot colds and croup; Chamberlain's Pain Halm for rheumatism, lame back, pains in the side and chest, and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy f,r bowel complaints. These medicines have been in constant use In Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. The people have learned that they are articles ol great worth and merit, and unequalcd All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Guaranteed. by any other. sale by Craig & Hocker, Htanlord Ky. For m MANAGERS, Somerset, Kentucky. society woman bIoIb valuable diamonds belonging to Mrs. Graddy, of Versailles, from the lavatory of the Louisville Hotel, but nave tbem up on her identity being discovered, claiming that she found tbem. A Louisville d THE RILEY HOUSE London. Kentucky. STANFORD. KY. NOW OPEN. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. Penny's Drug Store, " Present Engagements Give Prom- Capital Stock 8100. OOO Craig & Hocker, Surplus - 23,700 ise op Largest AttenW. C. Wolford, Hustonville. m dance kok Years. Attention of the public is invited lo the far F. B. Twidwell, that .this Is tho only National flank In Stanford Under the provisions of the Natioaal Ilaak J. A. Hammond, Hubble. by the New Hu3ic, Hew Chefs. Nov Ideas, tock, but are secured not only liability canltal Tanner Bros., McKinney. br the stockholders lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol J. F. Alstott, Powers. this institution are secured by a fund of 400.000. WRITK FOR TERMS. rive sworn statements of the condition of the bask Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. at made each yearto the United Stales M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. CUS HOFMANN, Proprlotor. Its assets are examined at ttaltd lima 0J government agents, thus seeming addiUtosa 35t and perfect safety to depositors. Yours for Health, This institution, originally stabliahsd as the Deposit Ilaak of Stanford in il!. then James T. Cooke, li.d as the National Bank ol Stanford in iM and Harrodsburg, Ky. again Kirst National Ilaak ol ' govera-menta- STRINGS FIRST NATIONAL BANK ;Of Linnieffa 2prinj Junction City, Kv. 0. BUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR- H. -- eaistence of ;s years. It Is Utter suppUsd now with tacllitles for transaetinif business prompt ly and liberally than ever beforeia its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, firms and individuals tssnectfully fldn-ciari- Staniord in 1M1, has had practically an ualnter-rupte- d solie-te- d. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. "ars sCTiri 213, wmtmmm Fit Give him a Call. The Directory of this Bank is composed el Forestus Read, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Haydeo, Stanford; S. II. Haughman Lincoln; J, S. Hocker, Stanford; The moit accessible Summer Resort tn KenW. A. Trlbble, Stanford; tucky. Thetreatest diversity ol Mineral Waters M. D. Elmore, Stanford; to be found any where. Whim .Stilnlmr. Ill.rV Hulphur, Chalybeate, Kpsora, Magnesia, Salt, T, P. Hill, btanford; Alum, Ac, In an abundance. Hopscrery Friday K. L. Tanner. McKinmv? Music by splendid orchestra. Write for nlht M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.Kf Circular and Analrsls of waters. Table J. 8. Hocker, President; Jo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; B. & New Management, Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. first-Clas- OWENS SON, W". A. TB.IBBI1I1, LOCAL AGENT, - Chief of Police Gentry, of failed to takeSnm Welter's advice to ' bevaro of the viddera" and got too gay with one of the g'aes variety. Tue result is that he has been fired from office. Owensbo-ro- , 3 Junction City, Ky. A- - A. McKinner, Astt.Cashlar Two Farms For Sale. 5' S- Fanners Bank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - Co Stanford, Portland' - 37tf Kentucky. San Francisco. ..To the., NOET1WEST ........Via 'the -- louiSVltUJltwAtgAjirjjHlCaco "'' p W - 8rl(r- - Only, Dining Car Route from XiOXJISirXXalalB Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleeper of Modern Pattern, tfor maps or any information, address E. H. BACON rRANKM. REID. P. P. A . 0. 1. Agent, 1'! Louisville (Chicago. lie sure to call for Monon Route. TO CHICAGO. Denver. St Paul. ObicUamaupa, Sept. 19 and 20th, 18G3. The anniversary of tbia great fight will b 3 remembered this vear by a low rate excursion over tho reat Qieen & Cres-ctroute, from all points in the North a mile. Only $7.25 round-tri- p at one-cefrom Cincinnati, and a low rate from all points South of Cincinnati. A great chance to visit the National Military Park, which is really the battlefield restored; guna placed where the batteries stood, tablets where officers fell; monuments where your regiment stood; roads restored as they wore in '03. Buy a Queen & Crescent ticket, board a vestibuled limited train, pass through the old battlefields of Eistern Kentucky and Tennessee campaigns and take your friends and children to this, one of the greatest battlefields in the world. Wonderful ecener! You can see land in seven States from Point Lookout on Lookout Mouptoin. Government observation towers on the Chickatnauga field. writo ior literature ami ucKei rates, or call on Ohas. Zell, Div. Passenger Agent. 4th and Kice tits., Cincinnati, O. nt 3 a- - p ri w nM lKli6suf r, zaaa O Ji j Farm No. l contains ayt acres In Washington county, Ky . the groater part of which Is la grass: well watered; with good improvements, iuclud-if- f naw metal roof tobacco barn for 10 acre crop. This farm Is situated 111 what is pronounced the oestuittricttn Kentucky lor White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable residence homo. Farm No. a contains 00 acres in same locality. with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco oarns. One of the best improved farms in the county, Doth farms are in fine state of nreseivallon, well unu icuciii. .lu.e 10 x(. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J.N SAUNDERS, 10 Stanford, Ky. OF STANFORD, KY., Isnowfully.orgsniied and ready for business wlta $200,000. 20,000. i. (ht -- XM ,pii-fwYf- f M.S. rtAUGHMlN. J. W, llAl'GHMAh. M.S.&i.V.Baughman, -- rxoraiETons- LIVERY, FEED & SALE SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL DANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same, assets and undsi tne same managoment. JJf provisions of its charter, depositors are ai fully protected as aie depositors in NaUoaal Banks, iu shareholders being held Individual!! Iiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value tliereol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may acta. eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully an individual, To those who entrusted their bulsiness to while rnnaginjf the Lincoln National Uankolus SUnford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businest . ..... with us. offerinc as a puirint. - ... tlon to ame.our twenty years' experience it banking and as liberal accommodations as are intent with sound banking. ' " f- STABLE, Stanford, J J J.WlUUms,Mt.VeRrnoir,: S. II, Shanks, Stanford; J. S.Owsley, SUnford; - - Kentucky. . S.J, Eubry, Stanford; 7? w J 1 1 B'iQH IEVHHuswfil A fHssi Sssssssk'hssH II 70a need livery give us a call. Nothing nut turnouts will leave our stable. Hot us xr rates. .Inour arst-cla- si J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. F Casta, Stanford; Wllllam'Gooch.jSUnlord ; A. W.JCarpenter, MlUedgorills, C D- - 2 2 ! JtjsMsssfi BLACKSMITH SHOP. 22s Will guarantee first-clas- s prices. Try our horse shoer. work and satl'ictorr S. H. Shanks, President, Dt. J.B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, TeUcr. W,H.Cummins,!Preaehera ill ' t """"" . V f'-- ) k.l.l.l.ti,' ,1 , -- rii. Jti- - - . - x