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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896091801 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. Sem i Weekly Interior VOL. XXV. HUSTOXVILLE. Tbo Bryan club had nn enthusiastic tneotltiR nt Masonic 1111 Inet Saturday-Thclub wns IarRtly repruscnteil nt Lexington Tueeilay. Waller Greening la unrulnR his first kiln of brick in his uw brick ynrd. H" exp'ctBHhortly tohnvHBiiy quantity o' nice brick. We hope Wller will bo in this venture fttitl aid brick uiakiDR as a (steady Induutry to our community. . -- Mia Hettlu LoRitn loft for Cincinnati Tuesday to look over Eastern etylen ai she expects to open tier drees makinn psrlors in about a week much to the delight of ber former patrons. Miss Uet-tl- o desires that those wishing to assist hor in sewing should apply to her e sue-ceeBl- ul or t-a- vt JLtJL. 8 X JL-iL.r- tr STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18.1896. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. BR Y. f N A NO. 58 President. Win. Anderson, colored, waH fined JoOin the police court for gaming. It is a source of proud satisfaction to the many friends of Judge Burnside to know that he U much better and tbnt the chances for recovery are in his fa V "aVMin Til vor. Troubles never come singly. Josh Bay wbh accidentally shot a few days ago nnn later John Beckner waa carelessly nit. wiLUAM c. ovya. j Little Carlisle Alcorn while riding along Main street Monday hit life horse with RHwitchand tho animal suddenly lurching forward, Carlisle was thrown off bAckfcard, his head striking tho street-liwas picked up uneanscious, but was noon brought to, and wan not, as wbb first supposed, seriously injured. Last Saturday night two suspicious characters were seen in the rear of Ohas. and frightened off. Wheeler's As some bIx or eight tramps had been doing tho town that day, it was thought possible that acother raid was being Intended upon Mr. Wheeler's store. It was determined to circumvent the rascals so Mrshal DaverB in company with Mr. Wberlfr, Oarl Wheeler and Smith Yow-oi- l, all armed to teeth entered the store quietly and blowlnit out the light awaited the coming of tho cracksmen. Hut the robber that they longed for never cime and they left the store in the early morning hours conaoled with the reflection that had he came tiff would have got him. Mlftses Mattlo and Oaturino Alcorn have returned to Oxford, O., to tohool. Miea Fannie Helm, of Junction Oltywaa vtaitiug her Krnndmotlier, Mrs. Kate Wain, laat week. Miss Ida Twldweil Is at lion e from a visit to her mother in Danville. Mrs. Ed C. Walton and charmof Stanford, were ing fittlo Lucy frienda here a few dava slnte. vioitiuis Mian Lucv Alcorn left for Cinci nnti Tuesday wxpecthiK to make o protisi ted wh elected visit. Mr. Ohas. WU-Transylvaniu Prtsbytery from delegate to tho Presbyterian cliurch lieie. lie left Tuesday to attend tho meeting which convened with the New Providence . cnurch.In Mercer county, Tuesday night-MrsSusan Wriitht and hur daughter, Miea Ara, returned from a vls.t to at Louisville Tuesday. e Dr. W. C Young, prenident of Centre College, died suddenly Wednesday. Btore-roo- m cer-tahi- 'y He'made his annunl address to the In the chapel and went down He stairs with the eynod committee. had only beeu sealed a few moments when he was noticed to settle back in his chair ai if overcome with a faintim: spell, and in a short time ho was dead. He did not speak after be waa stricken. Dr. Young wn? a son of tbo distinguish-e- d Dr. John 0. and Cornelia Crittenden Younv, his mother having been a daughter of the celebtated John J. Oritti mien. Hi graduated at Centre College in 1850 and waa pastor of churches at Covington, Kv., Madison, Ind., Chicago and of the Central Presbyterian church at Louisville before being called to the presidency of Centre Colletce. He was born April 23, 1SI2. His wife preceeded him to the grave, leaving no children. Ho stood high In the councils of hia church, was moderator of the general assembly when it mot at Portlandond took a prominent part in the Brigss trial. He whs famous as an educator and aa n devoted chriatian minister of tho most scholarly Btu-den- te attainments. I he laut time Dr. Young preached in Stanford boo mi) bv mistake. Ho was due to preacti in LanctfHter. but being wrapped in meditation when he got to tin- - forka of the road at the toll Kite next to Danville his hpree turned ttiis way ser- ami those who heard bis exct-len-t liion will always thauk tho happy fate that hroiiKht him here. Ttie doctor explained to his congrpgatinu how the mistake waa made and aaid ho did not know he waa not in Lancaster when he got here, till he lecogn.z id old land marks. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 at the 2d Pre sbyto-riachurch in Danville. Interment in tho cemetery there. n lr, W rela-liv- es WAYNESRVRU. It. D. Padgett sold to S. D. Jeffreys a small tmct of land at about 10 per acre. Mttara. W. O. Hulett and P. A. Prather, of Woodford, are visiting Mr EJ Woodward. A number of persons went from this neighborhood to Lexluntou to hear our next president Tuesday. Mr. ond.MrB. J. M. Koynolds wero called to Lancaster Sunday on accouut of the death of her alitor, Beatrice Ball. The teachers' Association will con veno bore next Saturday. An interesting program baa been arranged and a large congregation is expected. Pastor Davidson preached three excellent sermons hero last Saturday, Saturday night and Sunday. Uo is holding a protractod meetlug at Somerset. Mr. B.istin has dismissed his school horo on account of measles, thoro being about 25 cases in the district. Mr T. H. Singleton also got sick and had to dismiss his school at Ellison. Old Uncle Logan Roynolda and wife visiting lu Beo Lick vicinity. Messrs are 8. II. Gooch and W. D. Hayes were here Saturday and Sunday alter aeveial days Hbeenco in the picture bualnesa. Wo predict that a large crowd will come to hear Uon. Kobert Harding speak on the silver question Saturday afternoon. Wo never saw so much interest btiog taken in any question ana especially one that baa "about died out," as the republicans would make us believe this has. But thBy will think difierently aftor , lodge here wont to Eubanka Sun-day to attend and assist in tho burial of James C. Grlflln. Mr. Griffin waa a young man of high standing and well liked by all who know him. He died with typhoid fever. A largo crowd attended the funeral which was preached by Bro. Masters, of the Christian church The meeting of tho Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythla at Covington was the a royal occasion and genuinely enjoyed. The election of oflkera for the ensuing yearn suited: Stanley Adama, grand chancellor; J. B. Settle, vice chancellor; Shelt-maA. tf. Green, grand prelate; Wade urand keoper of royal seals; Jule Plummer, urand keeper of exchequer; Wm. M. Powers, grand master of anna; J, B. Thornton, grand inner guard; B. Frankfort L. blade, grand outer guard. as the next place of meeting. vf aa chosen Albert Crisp was disemboweled in a fight with Will Morris in Calloway coun. tv and will die. n, MT. SALEM. Nov. 3. A Rroat many members of the Ma-eon- lc The report that Air. J. II. Thomas had found a enake that IihiI awalluwed a hen up to the but of her wings and the li eggs that were under her, looka a little shaky and we are afraid he will find snakes in hia boots next. Fresh reports from the nowinloon in the edge of Free Town, near this place, where free silver, 10 to 1, agaiuet gold haH been heatedly discussed, are to the t ffect that the coinage of money was suddenly tnmlied and a lead mint opened up with 10 bullets to the Hecond. Nobody hurt much, we are sorry to say. Isaac Anderson is on the again. It seems that Theo. Hide, with ttie neaiatance uf Franklin Speais, succeeded in stealing the daughter of Anderson one night last week, and Spears received u bad of shot in the neck and face for h a trouble in tho matter. The parties are all colored. The speech of Mr. Goodknight at referred to by Richards school-housgold bug in the BOtno Stanford Commercial na beinc a farce, was really an able Bpeech and had a telling effect even on the few republi cans present, the most noticeable being Mr. Alex BaBtin, who sweated under the speaker's arguments and fanned himself with a large straw hat. He desired to ask a few questions when the speaking waa over, hut aaid ho waa unable to do so then. We wonder if he will ever be ready. Mr. W. B. Swearengin and J, II. Thomas, two school teachers of this section, wero visitiug in Pulaski laat week. The gallant young men just mentioned are possessed of remarkable gifts and rare attainments, especially on the finan eial subject, the great topic of the day Both bolng eloquent speakers it is pre sumod they stumped Pulaski in the in teresi oi wan street banking iirnia as their vest pockets contained copies of the Loudon Echo, Stanford Commercial and Liberty Press. However, we don't think they were very successful aa they returned Monday morning looking disappointed and very Bleepy. In fact they failed to attend the debating society Monday night, but we truly hopo they will revive enough to dive dowu into the Commercial and como up with Borne- thins freah again. war-pat- h e, over-euthue- handling a pistol and shot Win. Todd thiough the leg. Wound is not dangerous. Lt Gov. Worthington has pardoned Horace W mda, seut' from this county last February, to serve three years fcr killing Jaiuee Martin at Paint Lick. We understand that the jury signed a petition for pardon and that there are circumstances connected with the case which cause the pardon to meet with general ap proval. About 100 went from Garrard coun ty to Lexington Tuesday to hear Bryan speak. They estimate the crowd at from 00,000 to S0.O00 and are euro that he will win. "Ingin" Bothwell, who claima that a republican's foot is (lit on the bottom, eaya that Uryuu'a foot has a hollow in it aud that no democrat Bbould fail to support him. Mr. Thomas Anderaou.a widower G7ytnrs old and a very prominent farmer, went to Kingston, Madison county, Tuesday and waa married to Mre. Salhe Gibbs, a wealthy widow of that place. Wednesday Mr. Luther Humphreys and MissSailio Barker were united in marri age at the residence of John K. West by Kev. Campbell, of the Baptist church. Now that Thompson is the detno- c atic nominee for Congress, it bebooves the democrats to be on ttie alert and bee that the gum shoe statesman from Lin coln ia snowed under. The estimate that Davison will carry Garrard 200votra ia wide of the mark, although it ia a county. Miny republicans will aupport the derco r.itic nominees in November. The rnojt attractive part of tho circus wob the part played bv Town Marshal Anderson and Cciutuble Dock Walker. WLon thi) drunken showman entered the ring from the Hiidhnce, aa has been the custom for so long that the memory of man runneth not to the contrary, these iudividiihU proceeded to arrest him and it was difficult to convinco them the drunken man was a port of the show. A prominent ox Confederate sol dier, who was with Gen. Buckner at Fort Djnaldsou, and who had said eoino time ago that he wou'd crawl to get a chance to vote for him, was naked tbo other day ff no proposed to vote for him in November, when he promptly replied: "He has rebelled once too often." This sentiment is generally approved in this county, as we believe that a man lias no more right to go Into a convention and then bolt than ho Ima to enter his horse in a race aud refuse to surrender the stakes if some other horse gelo under the string first. -- T LEXISG TON. Those who think trie freo silver feeling WILLIAM SHELTON, is dying out would have been convinced Ore1c, French, Eaj'iih. Tlnrouzh counei In Alt Studentiiic. Teaehert of their error had they Been the crowd Mathemtlc, Natural and 7.Moral tDecIalltts.Muiic, Art and E ocuttoi.Lifn, situtled In tho raojaut l u ue Sciences, of climue, bciutjr of Kentucky jdiMinguiihed for hgatttilu at Lexington Tueeday. Some 40,000 or of Gri section ol Session opens Soptombor 7. TWorenedocidin; where you will tcensry, refiae-nnte I jrour daughters society. Kail more of the most sanguine believers the next year, Do mre to write ror Our NOW UUttlogU9. Aauress, 1 tf sun ever shone on heard tho next presiMRS. NANNIE S. SATJFIjBT, teiy Pnnclpit, Stinford. Ky. dent speak and if they wero not enthused their actions counted (or naught ExS53P" cursion after excursion was run on the S . o a several railroads running into the capital and by 8 o'clock in the morning the town was crowded. Lexington knows how to entertain but the Bryan crowd was too big for ber. Every School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything conceivable tp ice was utilized by those in our line at Prices as Low as Anv Advertised by Cash who wanted to feed the crowd, but there pi Houses. were many who did not get more than a tough sandwich during the day. Ice wa. ter barrels were placed In various parte of the citv and the thirsty democrat Accurately compounded quenched his thirst at bis will. .vi Experienced Pharmacist from new drugs and pure che nicas. At '2:30 Mr. Bryan and party consisting of Senator Blackburn, Urey Woodson and Charles J. Bronston arrived and when they stepped from the car the crowd went wild with enthusiasm. 'Three cheers for Bryan," went up from thousands of tongues and that the 3J- meant what they eaid there is no doubt. After driving through town Mr. Bryan and party came to the fair groundB and for 15 minutes after he entered the speaker's Btand he was cheered. Mr. d si. Bronston introduced him in a DEALERS in speech. The great advocate of free silver was a little hoarse, but hia speech was enjoyed nevertheless. He spoke for an hour or more and etill the crowd was They wanted more of the not Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. good gospel and insisted that Mr. Bryan continue. After his address Mr. Bronston spoke for several minutes and was also vociferously cheered. During his " Give us a call i id bi convinced. speech Mr. Bryau viewed a thousand or jf-more men on horseback. In fact it took about 20 minutes for them to pass. At 5 nominee left for o'clock tbo deinoc-Hti- o 15,000 were at the Maysville and at least depot to bid him farewell. There never wia a more enthusiastic assemblage of democrats and if there is no change before tho election, and of course there will not be, Kentucky will roll up a larger majority than she baa for years. Lincoln county waa largely representWe have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Lowest ed and thoy drouk in every word uttered by tho "Modern Moses," ua nn old gen- Prices they will be sold. tleman called him wnile he waa speak- .E. U. W. inc. 1 THE SrAITFOaD FUMiLlS COEiTSSS. blue-gras- DRUGS AND BOOKS. a Jl PRESCRIPTIONS W. 3. MoROBERTS. ed well-time- CRAIG & HOCKJER, J 2 Qrugs, SSTTvLcals, Oils, Pavais, J sat-'aQe- t It Pavs to Deal wrtli a Cash.rbusB. I K The Okk w eeler Emum CRAB ORCHARD. Mrs. Elizi Caraou died and waa bur- ied Tnursday 111 ttie cemetery on the I SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Judge F. II. Felaud, of Lawrence-burt- r, had two valuable horaes killed by lmhtniug. James Mutton shot and killed Janus T. Prather, in Anderson county, as tho result of a quarrel over a woman. Acting Oov. Worthington pardoned Will Withers, of Boyle county. Hia punishment waa 50 daya in jail for petit larceny. Eugene McGoodwin, a well known citizjnof Ditiviile, died Wednesday of llax efter a short illness. He leaves a widow and one child, grown daughter. A drunken rutllan fired from the Blue.Uraea special Tuesday at Burgin and shot Walter Xoe through the hip. Lis name iB not known, but ho got off at Danville and Ohief of l'olico Helm is sure to run him down. In a search of the cells in fJarrod-bur- g jail, numerous) deadly weapoi a were found. Murderer Djwnev, whoa victim waa Policeman Russell, ha I two pocket knives, another murderer, J. Bugg, had a atout c:U club, and a razor was found in another cell. Shade Smith, a farmer near Piner-villon going home at 8 r. m. Monday, discovered Jake Luttel in company with Mrs, Smith. Drawing a rovolvor he beLuttel ran out n gan firing at them. back door and escaped. His wifo was shot twice, oaco in tho abdomen and once in the left side and died almost Smith then fled. 11 e, Mre. Mury Morgan aud children are visiting tier motuer, airs, aiargarti Uormley. Di. Stapp opened up school at College Home Monday with quite a numbtr oi young lady pupils. EJmib:on Broa. have opened up a 83?" With double Scotch Soles. ""55a ' store and Uuvu a nice hue of new goods 0. every description. Call and see thtm at the J. fi. Collier old stand. Mr. James Fish is very ill of heart trouble, ilia daughters, Mre. Dr. Biacb, of Knoxviiie, mid Mrs. Dr. Carpenter, (.f Stanford, are with mm, aiso his sou, lvon On all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, half single Scotch Soles. Fisu, of Stanford. Mr. J. P. Cuaudler informs the wriESTGents' Furnishing Goods, &c. An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress ter that tue roada Lave beeu well worked Yours for Bargains, Goods. between Crab Orchard aud Brodhead, so tnat people attending the Brodnead Fair can go by private conveyance over a good road. Tnere will he public speaking at OUR STOCK OF Jacob's Wei., on the Ualytu Wiiitt farm, Sept. -- 0, ut early caudle light. Messrs. liarvo lielm, D. W. Vandoveer and F. F. Bobbitt will eptMk on ttie political issues ot the day. Mrs. Kittte King is in Louisville. Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the Miea Capitola Slaughter will go to Midresidue way to tcnool Monday. Mrs. li. II, Cherry, who baa been with her mother, Mrs. Fayne, will return to her home in Bowling Green Saturday. hill. Smith & Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and Calf, Drew Selby & Oo.s' Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, CHARLES 'WHEELER SUMMER GOODS AT Ibim THAN You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale prices. (TJOTo Dr. Wendte, a unitarian preach, r formerly of Cincinnati, baa sprung tutu notice by advocating the killing of incurable invalids, which he thinks would be to the interest of UuniBtity by avoiding much Buffering. The total population of the earth i9 estimated at about 1,200,000,000 souls, of die annually an averwhom age of OS.SIS a day, 4,020 an hourani G7 n miaute. Births number 70. Jurors will fcr the present and succeeding terms of court be paid in full for their services and not be forced to divide their earnings with claim shavers. 35,21-1,00- W. P. TATE, Metal Roofing, Stanford- - Doors, Sash and Blinds, iftlSBi m A. C. SINE, contain 30 mllea of books. The museum also possesses tho oldeat love letter in otistence. It ia a proposal of marriage for the hand of an Egyptian princess, years old. It is inscribed on a brick. 3,-5- 00 In the British museum the sholveo he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery In the house aud his family would not be without it, If Duoklln'a Arnica Salve procurable. O. A. Dykeman Druggist, Catskill, world for cuts, bruheet N. Y says that Dr. Kind's New Discovery is The best i&We in the Cougu remedy; he has tetter, chaplorei, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sore skin eruptions. undoubtedly the best for eight yea;, that it hat and used it in his lamily ped hands, chilblains, corns and all pay repuired. It It neve, failed to do ill that Is claimed for it. Why Jit positively cures piles, or no long tried and tested. Trial luaranteed to give pertcct satisfaction or money not try rtmedyso D.McKooea.' Drag Store. refunded. Price a$ cents per box. For sale by bottle tree at W.and Regular tire 50c. V. U. McRoberti drujglit. Mr. O. K. Crow, a Lincoln county conDid You Ever. tribution to Atlanta, writes in renewing Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your trou bottle now and get relief. if cot, his subscription to the I. J.: You have bles? medicine net a been found to be peculiarly has This to the relief and cure of all taken n broad and lioeral position in the ad.pted exerting'a wonderful direct Female Cominfluence in plaints, preeidontlal contest. I honor you for it. giving strength and tone to the organs. If you ol Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Widely differing with some of the plankB have Los Spoils, or are Nervous, Sleepless, ExcitFainting Chicago platform, 1 fee able, Melancholy or troubled with D'iy Spells, contained in the Electric Hitters is tne medicine you need. Health use. that every patriotic American should and Strength are guaranteed by its Drug Only Store. stand by the nominees of the democratic jo ceuts a bottle at W. II. McRoberU m party. I favor the gold standard, but A Household Troaauro. D. W. Fuller, of CanaJoharie.N. Y., says that shall cast my vote for Bryan and Sowall. Stanford, Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, -- TflE MERfflMT TAILOR Is Receiving his All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. .4vkUi .- . t-.-. --. ? .J -- 0. . V - - iEMI-WEEKL- Y iNIERIQRjGttfNE endorsed the Chicago platform and ticket dorsed Sept. 18, 1S96 Stanford. Ky., W. P. WALTON. SIX PAGES- ror President and nt BRYAN AND SEWALL For Judtce or the Court of Appealt JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Of New Castle. For Congress, JOHN B. THOMPSON, of Mtrctr. Maine went hell bent as usua', but there is no denying that considerable sig nlficance hinges on the result, that is so far as the East is concerned. It is a strong indication that the Middle and New England States will go for McKlnley, and that it is useless to try to convince people who are bound to their idols. The democratic managers are wasting time and money in doing so and they had juBt as well seethe handwriting on the wall now as to read it in diep'ay type hereafter. The result also further elucidates the magnitude of the mistake made in nominating Mr. Bewail, who judging from the result doesn't seemto be a very great man at home, his town, county and precinct going 8galnst himw That the democrats did not expect much of the State was shown by the fact that they made no especial effort to win it. They expected at least, however, to bold the republican plurality down to the normal, but in thai they wero disappoiuted, for it increased from 38,978 in 1892 to 50,000 this year. The republicans made the right of their life, though, believing in the great importance of the result in a "September State" in influencing public opinion. The result showB the utter uselesBness of the effort to make gilns in the East. Let them call their doss of war off and turn them loose in the South and West and we can give McKinley these points in the game and beat him easily. The people of those sections are arousing up and are determined that democracy shall down plutocracy and that they shall no more be slaves to the money power of the East. It Jb estimated that Mr. Bryan Hpoke to 100,000 people during his two dayB in Kentucky, which he closed with an address at Somerset at 2 a. m. to 500 people who aiouBed him from bis slumbers to see and hear him. That he is in many respects the most remarkable man of the day is granted and that he has a constitution of iron is manifest, or he could not go right along making speeches night and day and grow fat on it. The enthusiasm with which ho was received in Kentucky bdowb which way the wind is blowing and he is as Bure to carry it as November arrives, the boltocrats, alins the McKinlBy Aid Society, to the contrary notwithstanding. Mattbiib m Kentucky are being rapidly driven by the popocrata to the point where democrats and republicans will have to stnud together and demand free speech or a free right. Louisville Times This is a nice paragraph for a democratic paper to print. But perhaps it is not bo bad after all. Maybe it is an effort to get all of the republicans wbo try it killed. ed 4 To see former democratic papers exulting over the increased republicau majorities in Vermont and Maine and belittling those of Alabama and Arkansas is enough to disgust even a republican. Times and Post ato The Courier-Journaeach other in their efforts trying to outdo to elect McKinley, thereby proving that they never were for a tariff for revenue, bat for protection. l, Hoss. Mat O'Doukbtv and David prominent republicans of Louisdeserted the party of fraud ville, Fair-leig- and protection, and come out tor Bryan and democracy and there are others in the 5th as well us the other districts of the State who will stamp under the rooster next time, who have heretofore voted always in the republican column. P. and nonthis is, however, Both Bryan and McKinley committal. are named William and we will wager that both were christened in infancy. non-partisan Thb Western Recorder dips into politics long enough to remark that "we venture to Bay that the name of the next president of the United States is William, and that he is not u Baptist." Even cussions off, the republican campaign committee has pelzod upon the 80 called outrage on John M. Atherton at Owen-towhere he was not permitted to speaki as a subterfuge for deciding not to divide time hereafter with democratic BpeakerB It is a very cowardly piece of business to say the least. The dispatched nay mat wnen McKinley heard the news from Maine he amole a smile all over his face, but it is more than likely that ha will realize that he wbo laughs last lsugbB beet. n, Gald of an excuse to declare joint dis- FOR YOUR Apples sell hero for 40c lost no time In doing. Tne Utiles' aiti society met at Judge OriAirtMAN Bynum has arranged for Gov. Worthington has commuted to opening headquarters of the Boltocrat life imprisonment the death sentonco of McCluro's last Thursday. Col. J. B. Thompson spoko to n large party in New York. This is in the na William McOlein, who was to havo been audienco Wednesday afternoon. of things, tie wants hanged at ture of the fitness Louisville, September 25. Dr. J. W. Grant, tho Lancaster dento be near Wall Street and tho money Outlaw Bart Thrasher nnd his pal, tist, will bo at Mt. Vernon at circuit E3 Come to the Louisville Store. If you have only a limit power from which he thinks he can get "Doc" Panther, have been finally killed C& ed amount to spend and so many things needed there is court. tho sinews of war. in Walker county, Alabama, by officers, no question as where to buy to make your money go The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fired from Turer of the five presidential candi- who Two daring ambush m they passed. John Proctor died last Friday night of lurthest. At the Pennsylvania spirits enEH croup. dates are Baptists, but the victorious tered a cabbog-- eating match tho other man will as has been the custom for sevPartlos atteuded tho services at GQ day, nnd between them they devoured Buckoyo several evenings Ust week. The eral administrations be n Presbyterian. 11 pounds of : tho vegetable. It killed tneflting Bryan belonca to that church. aroused great inteicst. It is both. thought that we may Iihvb a protracted Tampa, Fla.Jiaaa population of POLITICAL POINTS. nneting here some time this winter. North side Main street, cash buying, cash selling store is and is building a theater which will Elder Logmi preached n very Inter- SENA TOR TELLER A T SOMERSET. cast $100,000 and seat 2,000 persons. It the acknowledged Bargain Center of Stanford. Note the mting discourse at the Christian church will be onened bv Stuart Robsou. De following prices for this week. A light blue and gray We are in receipt of the following last Monday evening, and lectured on cember 22. shirting calico at description ol A good quality 4 quarter Bleach Palestine Tueodar. Ilia While descending by means of a his ocean voyage was especially feliciSomerset, Sep'. 17. Senator Teller Good Shaker Flannel at 25c. Outing Cotton speahs here Monday, Sept. 21st. Please parachute, an aeronaut at Dallas, Tex., tous. -- H of a treoi cloth 5c, wotth Fancy suiting in fall dress goods, got between the forked limbs publish. A. J. Watson, Oh'm. The reading which was given by Dr. crotch, and he 25c, worth 35c. 8peaker Tom Reed, Dingley, Mlll'-ke- n his head caught in the McDonald at the institute was very enwas hanged. joyable and wed attended. A nice sum and Boutelle were all to Albert Shearer, of Huntington, Ind., was real'zed toward Congress in Maine by increased majorthe now carpet. The aged 17, was helping to load a log on a good people of Danville have assisted ities. wagon when the log Bllpped and rolled and tho carpet, communion set and chan While in Kentucky, Mr. Bryan was Canton Flannel, 5c and up. Plaid Cotton 5c. A big line and over him, crushing H delier are now en route. the gueat of National Committeeman down the skids to death. of Fancy Dress Shirts, Persian bosom and cuffs to match. Urey Woodson, who set up tho special him Wo learned recently of the marriago The United States court of appeals of Mr. W. V. Reppert, who went Weet Mens' Suspenders, 10c or 3 pair for 25c. Mens' Seamless car, &c. fulfilling a Ust year to become a law parner of SenJoseph B. Sargent was nominated haa decided that a delay in Black Socks Sc. Mens' night shirts 50c, worth 75c. Misses contract ia excusable under tho law ator Win. V. for governor by tho Connecticut demoAllen, of Nebraska In his Tan Spring Heel Button Shoes, 11 to 2 sizes, 75c. Mens' by strikers Intimidating is cratic convention. The Chicago plat- when it caused far Western home he found a bonnle their placeB. good working slices 98c. Childrcns' Knee Pants Suits at those who would take form was indorsed. bride. May happiness attend them. The ship Colian, sunk near HighvillHge feif The republicans elected every State The people of this quiet EH 75c and up. every county officer and 140 of land. Mass , and just before It went en- the magnetic waves that Bryan has sent Senator, the 155 members of the House of Repre- tirely out of Bight, tho captain and tho undulating over Kentucky for freeBllver. P3 mate, who were unable to escape, took Several attended the grand rally at Louissentatives in Maine. ville, among them being Dr. E.J. Brown, J. W. Cook says he took a poll of the out their pistols and killed themselves. 7:10 train out of Lexington last night, Five pickpockets that have followed democratic county chairman, and Messrs. And up. New lot of Mens' Hats at prices low enough with the following result: Bryan, 04; in the wake of Mr. Bryan and working O. C. Williams, Hugh Miller nnd R. G. enough for any man to hpve one. Look at our line of McKinley, 5; Palmer 1. the ImmenBO crowds that congregato to Williams. Clothing samples. Leave your order and have one made. Mr. Bryan says he will not address hear him were arrested at Much interest is marjifested in tbe raniort the people from ,the capitol steps at finrne of them were of the most notor Brodhead fair, It ia said a grandmother 1 Washington. No other candidate for ious in tho business. will enter tho ring for the best lady rider, president has ever done bo and he does The meanest man living turns up at Tne premium for the prettiest light not want to be the first. Elkton, Ind. Because his wife and chil- weight girl lacking one month of being When asked his opinion of Bryan's dren had too much company to suit him five yearB old will be warmly contested, A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Kentucky tour. Senator Blackburn said: he locked them up in his house and was for there are more pretty children in this ss T. D. RANEY, Manager. "Measured from any standpoint it was preparing to set fire to it when his county than in any other infinitely above anything I had expect- neighbors stopped him. ciunty in tho State. ed or hoped for. I may have thought it The Christian S. 8. will give a free A cablegram Bays the guard of TurkBranch Stores: e possible to beat Bryan in Kentucky, hut ish troops on duty at the Yidiz Palace, entertainment at the next Eh Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, I know that there is not power enough composed of four companies of Albani Monday evening All the children will Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, on earth to bct the people who are be- ans, was forcibly disarmed in the pres- take part. Mipsea Belle Scrogga, May of troops and was Miller and Lena McClnre as Boloists will hind him in this State." Mr. Bryan said: ence of a large body Elizabethtown, Frankfort, Ky., "Every wherethrough Kentucky I have replaced by five Seraskier battalions, and charm the audience, Meears. R. G. Wiland Mauckport, Ind. been made happy by tho demonstratiocs that 200 persons were killed during the liams and McKenzie Brown will give of your peoplp, and I want to Bav that I attack on the palace, and continues: some fine recitations. After tho enternever have seen and never expect to see "Redran Pasha, governor of Constanti tainment refreshments will bo eervsd. All P again what greeted me at Lexington, es nople, has been dismissed and the who indulge in the latter will help the S been arreted. 111 a 1 procession S. treasury to the amount cf 15c each, brothers have peciuuy wnicn cut my speech in two and which constituted a this being the charge at table. better speech than I could make," c Prof. Pierre has accpted a position AND TRADE ITEMS ARM Bryan said in one of his Louisville as chief assistant in the Pinevilln school, Stock ewes for sale. F. P. Bishop, speeches: In this campaign either the Mies Lucile Joplin has taken his place To trade with us. Our goods arc desirable, StanforJ. republican ticket wid be successful or here. Mis. B. J. Bethnrum lino been -- Carroll Raid's Balk Line won his seriously 111. Mrs. Dr. Lovell and Mies the ticket nominated at Chicago will be race at Oakley Tuesday. successful. Every electoral vote cast by Leila May have retti'ned from Louisville. -- J. T. Embry sold to F. Riid seven every State will be cast for one of those Mr. E A Rpppert and family, of Coving'V mulea at $15. tickets. The republican platform deton, visited Mr. and Mrs J. W. Neshit1 . . ' r prompt ana accurate. . uivc us a snare of Jake Robinson has bought of vari- this we k. Mrs. P I) Colyer ia quite ill, clares in favor of international bimetal-He- Ana service - . 3 to 3c. your trade and we will convince you. Our and when it does so confesses that ous parties 85 cattle at Mr. F. L Thompson has accep'ed an ex -J- ohn Carter sold to W. A. Coffey 15 old patrons already know it. the gold Ptandard is not a good Jhing. cellent position witn ram cc uo., o- pounds at 2Jc. And yet after confessing that, after de- hogs averaging 245 London Mis Bemie Mctlurn hue ref Black Bess, a green nure, pBced a claring that, the republish!! party tells covered from a sprit of fever. Mr. Wil1 Londen, O., the other the American people that we must main- mile in 2:091 at cox and wife, of Louitv e, have taken day. tain a gold standard until foreign nations rooms at the Miller House. Mr. J. B. -- Underwood Brcs. Bold to B. F. Robi $ help us to get rid of it. (Applause) The v Fiai is in Willi manur?. inson, of Garrard, a bunch of fat heifors democratic platform presmts a different tho hou Mr. Ilenry doctrine. The democratic platform de- Bt 2J. Josiah Anderson bought of James of Lmly Henry Somerset, tho famous clares in favor of immediate restoration Garrard, 15 yearling tempcrnnco rulvocnto, ban nmdo 5 of the free and unlimited coinage of sil- G. Burnside, of pocretary to tho royal commisHion on steers at 31c. ISver at the present legal rutio of 10 to 1, license This commission is rsv Wasted. To rent a farm of 100 M rv without waiting for the aid or consent of W. chiefly useful in f.icilitatin tlio issuo of acres. Let me hear immediately. a ly other nation. ( Wild cheering and aplicenses to retail liquor dealers. Hubble. plause.) One of these doctrines will pre- M.Porter, m El Tito, a fainouH Spaniflh toreador, Crow has a field of corn which R. H. K1 vail, and it is for vou in your capacity as was recently killed in u bull llht at t say will average 18 There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in.'priccs voters to assist in the determination of competent judges Porpiguau, Franco. Tho animal that barrels to the acre. killed lil Tito had taken part in many the question which one of these policies W. E. Dawes sold to Zick Padgett a battles and had in conrttqoeuco Ixcomo USTez-r- t fX,iiirt35-- 1 shall prevail. Our opponents present no yoke of cattle for $50 and bought of John abnormally artful, often tricking his financial system, we state what we want foes by wholly nnoxpeotud maneuvers. In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. and how wo expect to get it, and when PencM a yoke for $80 TV -- E. H. Beazley sold for G. L. Cirpen-te- r Crispi is undergoing a Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call expect to get it. (Applause.) we course of baths near Padua. Besides to W. H. Beazley a at once and get pick of the stock. suffering from gout he is afllicted with combined mare for $95. MORE NEWS NOTES. & Thomas RobinBon bought In Casey a wcaknoss of tho spine, and likowiso Is & Two boya were drowned near PiqurJ almost entirely blind, being unable to of 2 and and Adair counties a bunch m O , while seining for minnows. L inako up his mind to undergo tho oper(2i artWKWw 'KM cattlo at 2 to 3c ation for cataract which nlono can Two men and 25 horses lost their -- Over 800,000 bushels of peaches his Right lives by the burning of a livery stable at have already been shipped from Athens, Matthew Addy of Cincinnati, who Milwaukee. vicinity is the largest crop has just died, was oftcu referred to as Frank Harrison, of Fairview, Im' O., In which ever known. "tho Cincinnati iron king." IIo was walked in his sleep and fell from a W. A.Tribble got a letter fiom born in Montreal in 1835 and went tc window. Drye saying they took two blue Cincinnati when a young man with no Henry Williams died of poisoning, Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top ties on Kate Malloy at Elizabethtown. capital but a good education. IIo went near Bowling Green. His wife is accusinto tho iron business, in which he was They are at Horse Cavd this week. ed of the crime. singularly successful. One of the largest and finest lota of Henry Smith, a Louisville Negro, is was that of S. a long time wanted for attempting to poison bia fam- cattle here in D. Gofl, which was sold tho past week ily with Paris green. to W. B. Kldd. It consisted of 480 head, A train in California was precipitataveraged about 1,575 pounds. The ed 40 feet through a bridge. Four people which price was 4J cents. Winchester Demowere killed and many injured, Telescopes, Valises and Traveling Bags. Chris Von der Ahe, of base ball crat. good crowd attended the A fairly fame, was sued for $10,000 breach of sale of the lato J. A. Harris' effects yespromise by his former house keeper. generally were Cullen and Newman, wholesale terday, but poor prices realized. The farm of 310 acres wont to queensware and china merchants, failed S. T. Harris at $40.05 and the 40 acre one at Knoxville, Tenn. for over $250,000. 3c The body found in the river at Mays-vill- toT. J. Hill at $17.10. Hogs brought 30 brood mares and young hora-e- s was identified as that of Eldred and tbe averaged $30, the highest of which Graves, a former sberifl of Mason counbrought $90. A splendid dinner won ty. Dealers In Asher Halsey, a O. &0. brakeman, spread. Beaz-eThe Bale of the property of the has fallen heir to an estate worth $200,. 000. Broa. by Aesignee J. B. Paxton TuesHis home is at Huntington, W. Va. day was well attended and good prices A Chicago surgeon who performed were realized. The home place on the Absolutely Puro. an unsuccessful oporatiou has been IlustonviUe pike of 83 acres was bought A cream of tartar Daking pow- Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of sued by his patient for $25,000 dam- by W. Frank McKinney at $61.10 and 48 der. Highest of all in leavening Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' ages. acrea unimproved by J. H. Baughman strength. Latest United States Gov Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Lieut. Gov. Worthington has iesued at $35. Mr. Baughman also bougot 'M the call for the election of a Buccessor anrao nl Mm nftnrHno at 57 rants a hush- - ernment Report. to the late Senator Weissinger to be held el. A Gambonlto filly brought $30 and ROYAL BAKINGJPOWDERIOO. Nov. 3. New York. was bought by E. H. Beazloy, horseal Ttio Illinois populists virtually in - f aoldat 9 25 to 525. 5, ehoats at $ 1 75 to AltRold by making no nomlna - $3 a head, Iiors at fo and uillk cows $20 and the party will go to work to carry the tion for governor, although putting out to $30. Some of the farming implements brought more than they cost. Col. J. P. State for Bryan and Sewall. John Boyd candidates for all other office s. Alex Hatcher a horse thief, was tar- Chandler was auctioneer. Thatcher, of Albany, was nominated for MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. governor. Senator Hill is not in attend- red and feathered near Moscow, Mo. Ho was ordered to leave the State, which he convention. ance at the por bushel. 1 THBNew York democratic convention! SEE OUR $3.50 PANTS, TAILOR-MADE SHOES SHOES SHOES ! ! l- - ANYTHING IN ! CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. NEW : FALL : GOODS o ) UOlflSVlhhK 4c 3c. Sc. STOlEI 10,-00- 0, die-patc- h: o DRESS GINGHAMS 5 GTS D r-- O O r--H w Mens' Suits, S3.50, LOUISVILLE STORE. 02 blue-gra- court-hous- i&i033ii3CtJi3 Sul-tan- 'B S02iS5(ti3iA2 I HIT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE!! 1 Prices Reasonable, ( 1 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. v"vX? ?'?SSe2 'S0000S(I3 ' Somers-Somcrso- t, nm K?&;:f&sgBHgg k In-e- FOR C ASH I Fox tlxe 1Da,3rs a cr four-year-o- ld 1 W. E. PERKINS, CrabJOrchard. ii ru-sto- five-sto- ry & H. J. M'ROBERTS. P0YAl JJf ggsg TRUNKS! H. J. M'ROBERTS. & e FARRIS HARDIN, y POWDER Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. . Prices to Suit The Times. c i i ! i. "W f-- --imtm A- - -- teN & Semi-Weekly iHTEHiORJougiisi A. SEAFARING SNAKE. HIS 8AVED BOA New'Cefo'ae of Appendicitis. Ro-scr- ?" "And whnt'H beoomo of Deacon iting MOUNTAIN CLIMBING. " Stanford, Ky., Sept. 18, 1896 HOW CONSTRICTORSHIH QRACIE KING. THE Tlio Alftln Sheet Snapped and thn IJoom Hwang Yrrn, WIipii tha Snake Caught It Stud, lotting n Twist on the lilt. Held It received C A T T II of I hvo nd wl.l tellFresh Taut lie la Alio nil Adept at Smoking. Seven , OAL 1 $1.40. Salt Hamilton, KowUndHusbel Ky. Iuue llsrrcls st Tho schooner Grade King of Liverpool cleared from this port yestordny Csr-Lond W. P. WALTON. drive, nd iimty in good order. Also one lull of bed room furniture and an Kinmerejn runo Forte. Apply to Mr M J. Collins, Huitenville. FOOR SALE. I for lad'lrs Jnd'ehl'ldreB to COAL -l1 I and will imslillajent for Fslisof Branch10Cot get such you Coal, kep supply of all kind poielble prices for Cash. Vou Rllr want at the. lowest Office, Mill St. nd Railroad Crotitpf. opppeite J Milts. Stanford, Ky , I J fcU. anyklndor-orkihaiUho- ii. profitable it. honoralls bdunUI I prove Am llin to work myself fit .lor the for a email salary II dctiretf. J Recommendation poilllon. 34 Ale Stephenson, Sunlord, M. WAIN A position i clerk or tj do atu NOTICE ! Allpereone dsilrlnr Locust I'oits for plank fence, poet and rallinc or wue fence, can fiad what they want at my nor near Cedar Creek, on Orchtrd to BUnfnrd the pike leading from Crah a good supply of plank 1 alio keep always en hand fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building purfor poses, alio boards and tulnglet All pertoni any article of this kind can call oa me at my store near Cedar Creek. O W B1NOLETON. Jilf Jaai6,'o6. 15 handi high. Is dish faced and fciuarrly built He ii s yean old. &. 111 give sulky's liberal reward for his return to Lackey Uve.y Stable at ;Itray or Stoln. Horte, A Bortel Lancyu. cfc NOEL DEALERS SOXT, IN COAL, NrarKalltoadCrotsing, Eaitof Depot, STANFORD, KY. Good, Clean, Cheap. ........... Corn and II ay taken In ochange. Come snJ see ui. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Ky. ar FAIR WARNING, anofBcer. CAaiOLt -- tea that we Shalt give them two weeks moie to tettle up with ui, and tf they do not come up in that time, we shall pat their account! In the hands of We want to gle them who owe ui lair warning MUlillON A KKKKK MAILIV ool Dats BAHiEir ' c& DRYE, KY Trnhiinj mid Sale Stable X 1 I'ropnetors STANFORD, First-clas- Hories handled under Saddle and in Iiarnrss. s roadsters and and prepared lor tale saddlers bought and sold on cooimltnon Good half atile trick and beat stables In the country. 8 J. K. VanArs&ale, DKAI.KR IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods for ltlo Janeiro. She was loaded with Hour, mid her crow consisted of tlio cup tnin, ten ablobodiod seamen aud a rmnkc. The umko in not a full articled tmirinor as yet, hut ho hopes to ho by tho next time tho Grncie King makes Now York harbor. Tho ship news reporter wns idly Watching the smoko drifting over tho stern of large white yacht going up tho river and estimating the infinitesimal smtillneKs of the chuueo ho hud of ever owning one liko it, when s his attention wot attracted to tho of a schooner that was loading near by. Swinging from tho topmast shrouds of tho schooner Oracle King was what appeared to bo a largo and healthy black and yellow spotted boa constrictor, whoso 18 feet of lifo oscillated buck aud forth between tho and tho suu. Suspense kills, aud tho reporter wanted to know whether that snake was or was not. So ho climbed cautiously aboard tho Gracio King and accosted one of her majesty's subjects who seemed to bo in charge. "Is that part of your curgo?" asked the reporter, pointing to tho swinging serpent. "Wot, Mm? Naw, that's copsfn. 'Es ono o' th crow. Ilswwhl 'I therol Capst'u! Conio 'erol" Aud tho hurdy son of Neptune called to his suakeship, who took a turn around the must witii his tail and glided down to tho dock. Tho ship news reporter jumped behind tho sailor as the snuko crawled up to tho twain. "Lord luv yehl 'E won't urt yeh. 'E's eddicuted, 'o is. 'E pmokos cigarettes, '0 does. Ginimo one, tin I'll show yeh." The ship nows man handed over a cigarette, and the sailor took a match from his pocket and handed them both to the hon. His snnkoship took tho cigarette in his mouth and twinted tho tip of his tail around tho match. Ho scratched the latter on the deck utid applied the tliune to tho weed with all tho nonchalance of a Circuital! ludy who handles reptilians for a living. "Tor heaven's Mike, where did you get hlmf" gasped the reporter. "Got 'im in Hio, viugo before last," rcKoiidid the sailor. "Why do you call him Capstan?" "Well, yeh see, o wu. only a littlo feller w'en wo got Mm, but '0 growed ama.in fast, aud on th' second viugo we miide niter gittiu Mm 'o wn. quito si7''dl)ke. On that viugo wo struck gulo, an things wuz blowin hellbent. Th' muiu sheet snapptd, an th' boom swung round ait knocked th mate galley west. Th' crow wuz up forrard at th' time, an only th' tccond mute, whot-bloomlu 'cud wuz Etovo in by th' boom, un Cupst'u wuz aft-- Cnjist'n sees th' trouble, an as th' bloomin sheet f timo ho liftH hwung by th' up an ketches 'old. 'E swung out over th' side, an then as '0 swung back ho takes a turn round th' afUir bit u 'olds on. Wo seed th' trouble bout that time an runs back, but afore we gits aft Capst'u 'ad twisted Mmself round th' bloom in bit nn hauled th' sheet as tuut as th' bloomiu crew cud a done Mth a capst'u, an that's 'ow we give Mm th' 11 cross-tree11 Mm-sel11 name," at the Lowest Prices. Bo Sure to Give Him a Call. Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, now?" asked tho reporter. "No, 'o ain't signed articles yet, cos Ms eddication ain't finished. As soon as o kin splico a rope th' cap'n sez Vll sign Mm. 'E's l'arnin fast, though, uu Vll most likely bo signed next viage." Tho Gracio King was almost ready to swing out, aud the tug was already alongside. Tho ship news reporter thanked tho sailor, and, getting over tho sido of tho vecK'l, joined the crowd ashore that was waiting to welcome China's grand old man. Now York Sun. Not lit! Ins; nn Knclloh Title. "Is ho a regular member of tho crew In connection with any sport tho first tltno in many years. "Ho was tho " RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING BUSINESS MEN Of finest specimen of a skinflint I over questions which arise aro mainly thrco: want?. the COUNTRY. Is it innocent? Is it enjoyable? Is it saw." "Oh, tho deacon's doad," answered healthful? To expect a sport qua sport to yield knowledge or gain is to regard tho obliging resident. "Tho deuce, you sayl I thought ho it from tlio wrong point of view. Dulco est desipcro in loco; wo must all relax was too moan to die." THE "So did most everybody, but his fou! pome times, und tho arguments which got so small it slipped into his vermi- lire used against mountaineering would form appendix and killed him." De- go far to condemn nil kinds of amusement. troit News. As regards tho thrco questions which A Ltk I'incknry. wo havo propounded the answer to tho IO, 1896. Opons first is easy. Mountaineering is without Instruction is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, doubt innocent, nnd in tho judgment of its adherents it is inferior to no sport in Civil Engineering, Classics. Normal School Work and in three Scientific Courses of point of enjoyment. Tlio third question, Study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. which comes more directly within our Countv appointees receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights free. province, admits of moro debate. ' County appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive teav- -' A jtel r j Can wo regard mountaineering as in SiJ II ' tho main ami for tho mass of tourists n cling expenses. Board in Dormitory 32 25 per week; in private families $2 to 14 For catalogues and other information, address safo and healthful amusement? This is a question which cannot bo answered JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph D., LL. D., President, Lexington, Ky. without considerable reservo and qualiby which m MITfTtsTllssfflHBiis fications. Mountaineering wo mean ascents of 10,000 or 12,000 involves much strain foot aud upward aud sovcro fatigno. Tho strain is first upou tho muscular system, but it ailccts even moro importantly the circulatory, respiratory and nervous mechauisms. Iu somo persons tho heart seems to feel tho tax most, in others tho norvons system is chiefly affected. Palpitation and J "mountain sickness" tho latter iu all probability a nourosis aro tho two "Millions for dn fennn. lint not n cent chief difficulties that beset tho n rago for tribute." Now York Evening mountaineer. With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed World. It is clear from theso considerations and Stubble. that mountaineering is not for e They Nerer Met Thcro must be, first of all, a "Yes." said tho tourist on Lookout sound general physique, consider lo mountain to tho stranger who wm sur- -' endurance and tho capacity for pro And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices vcying tho scenery, "a great battlo was and continuous effort But it ot before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. , fought on tho spot where wo stand." so generally understood that a so d "Indeed?" d well developed heart muscle "Yes, sir. Tho Federal aud Confeder well exercised myocardium is in engagement' ate troops had a torriflo for any considornblo mount here, and at ono timo during tho action feats. Hence any suspicio of v v tho entire iilonntain was In a blaze. " structural heart diseaso is an abs to "Indeed I" any such cxpi ts. contraindication for "Fact. sir. Tho banks of tho river bo- - Further, tho heart must bo not o ly ir. low there w'ero lined with tho dead and! structurally sound, but well exercised wounded, aud tho trees wcro shattered and in good condition. Hence, sedentary und stripped by the shells." livers who, for 1 1 months in tho year, "Awfull" havo no regular activo exercise, should "You may well say so. By tho bye, not employ their holiday mouth in whero wore you at that time?" Yachting or fishing mountaineering. Will be made for the asking on "I was in the battlo that you wero would bo much safer for such, and per- V., speaking of," replied the stranger se- haps not lesti healthful. frill renely. Chicago M.vny Alpiuo a idents havo been the result of neglect - this very obvious llnw Many l'nuude? rule. For similar reasons mountaineerA corresiK)iident sends to The Com ing should bo eschowed by persons in panion a "truo btory," which could only! middle lifo who havo not acquired tha ' be true, erhaps, in tills ago of college requisite training iu youth, and oven m athletics. 91 thoso who in tho heyday of their early A group of peoplo wero discussing a M Un...n IIALM .., .n..n... ..rv..nl WWMiU Htr.nl it onln DUUIO prime delighted in tho sport nnd enjoyed tl'V.Vlll llU.Ut. l.,s on...nl many a "crowded hour of glorious lifo" thought it trashy or worse. on somo Alpine summit would do well "For my part," said a lady, "1 found to remember Horaco's maxim regarding I especially liked it highly interesting. tho aging speed and bid a timely adieu O John tho brother of tho heroine, you to exploits no longer suited to their Not u very amiablo charac- years. A certain stability of tho nervous remember. n n r ter a littlo coarse, no doubt but well system is indispcusablo for mountaineerO --, in, and decidedly strong." sketched 3 5 DO ing, but it is difficult to say anything At this point a young collegian, who piociso on this heod. Neurotic individ3 in n had takou no part in the conversation, uals not only climb badly, as a rulo, but Fuddculy found his voice: they do not benefit by, tho air abovo it "How much can ho lift?" ho asked, certain moderate lovcl. A certain coolon cj Youth's Companion. ness of nervo is a necessary qualification in all bobornesH. for tho many ascents which iuvolvo acThe I'lot That Fulled. o c danger dangor usually nvoidablo "Did yon try that schema of ringing tual seldom extreme, but not to bo lightand v. a bell on Johnson when ho wus in tho ly encountered by thoso deficient in 3 U middle of his speech?" steadiness aud self control. rr a "Ye.", aud it fizzled. Johnson was a Many of tho dangers of mountaineerstreet car conductor at ouo time." O ing which bulk largely in tho popular n "Well?" imagination aro cither quito rare or "I made tho mistake of rincimr twice. easily avoided. Thus snow blindness is and he took it as a compliment thought not p s-- s at all of frequent occurrence, is alit was a signal tor nun to go ancau. ' most confined to prolonged exposuro to Cincinnati Enquirer. a blazing sun upon snowfields and is H usually hucccssf ally averted by tho uso Where Are the Hen? CD O w 3 3 p 5 "Just got n letter from Mildred. of colored spectacles. Bleeding from the m Sho's enjoying tho country so muoh. noso aud ears, which is described by tho a. -- . era 3 She says, 'Every daynt Minrison neigh- early explorers, is practically unknown "i ej at least to any serious extent at tho p boring rooster rouses us with his early 2. a present day. Frostbito and sunburn, c 3 morning Jay.' " O era n "Early morning lay? What's tho though not uu common, aro seldom sep in O p vere. Perhaps tho most frequent ground c the hens ou n strike?" matter with 3: t v 7? of attack upon mountaineering is its A Cleveland Plain Dealer. p n n P presumed perilousness. Accidents nro ja i ua pciHkHSIHH 3 o no doubt frequent but it is certainly How It Happened. n p "Why, Mr. Portly, you are nil done truo that for tho most part they aro 52 avoidable London Laucct. upl What's tho mutter?" C asktd tho gentleman who was vis- Few I'eople I'hyslcally Fitted For the of High Altitudes. hid old homo in tho oast for tho J f rme THESOUTH. ClUDUmS HOLDING Stamw'iiiMywggxy"'"? y;;few flNE POSlTrWS. Wr"r,ocT State College of Kentucky September fiBf-V- '3 4 il a" rry !T-r- THE CI SB'S IMPERIAL jFLOW, . 4 erv-bod- y. Ag-ml- , t WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, g-c- d 11 p - - vr - y - J3. K- WEAREN. -v--v-- gj SPECIAL PRICES vpSH IFOR 30 DAYSi Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, Screenings and Shipstuff. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. i m m Times-Heral- H c " : i O -- " Q 3 U t j-- I and all diseases of the blood and 2 Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it - Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by I W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. ' Penny's Drug Store, " & Mocker, Craig C. Wolford, Hustonville. W. F. B. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, Jamks T. Cookk, Ilarrodsburg, Ky. MOST IN QUANTITY. BESTIN QUALITY, vermifuge: 20 Una lod nil WORM Romodloo. .WHITE'S CREAM FOR YEARS I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.1 HOIJ) MY .!.!. DIMJOOI8TS. mciubdsox nt.uuiK 10.. et. tons. Muggins Is Bjoncs well informed? This somewhat mystio remark was of this Umous breed of swine in teveral different Buggins Yos, indeed. Why ho actu- mado by tho Irish attorney general in States. A splendid lot ol pigs of diflorent aces for sale. Bred sows a spocialtv. Satisfaction ally knows as much as tho averuga reply to a question nbout tho desirabil- guaranteed. Correipondence solicited. Address young mau who has just been graduated ity of preserving tho Giant's Causeway. BRONAUGH, o from college thinks he knows. PhilaIn itself ono may bo inclined to Crab Orchard. Ky delphia Record. tho attorney general's proposition that nothing can bo ancient or monuTwo of h Kind. mental which is not tho work of man Tho political campaign is liko tho man, whoso nppearanco on tho planot is Thlt Is tho best market find ours Is tho best house, to ship to. Wo malco liberal adman who lost his clothes whilo swim- so comparatively modern; man, whoso vances oa consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In having ming. It can't risk appearing beforo noblest works aro comparatively so wauy largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top prico and pay spot cash ; uot In trade. No traveling agents. Ship all your wool aud farm, produce direct to peoplo uulcss clothed with a barrel. trivial besido tho more enduring monuHERNDON-CARTE- R Truth. ments of creativo energies greater than LOUISVILLE, KY. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murroll Court, his own. Not Ills Way. And, though tho nttomey general was Nell What a breezy young man Mr. of courso speaking iu n legal sense, tho Oloscflst is Belle Breezy? I havcu't seen him point we havo indicated suggests a real Philadelphia defect in tho law. Would it not bo pos-s- i blowing iu anything. bio to extend tho protection given to ltccord. nucicut monuments to uatural beauties Tho Vutveraal Yankee. and natural marvels? A Ynnkeo 1h u handy mun Discovered by the X liny. In somo other countries attempts be. None handier than havo been mado in that direction, and Dr. Lunucclot V. Andrews, professor Wlintuvvr thuro'H to do or plan this is a form of land nationalization of chemistry in the Stuto University of Uo'U do It humtaomoly Iowa, secured by moans of tho X rays a ipon which many oven of tho least Applo pnrlnK, cutting, drying; of politicians would look with notable sciagraph tho other evening. It Pumpkin growing, douRhnut frying: favor. Loudon Nows. reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Cherry bounce und elder inuklng; showed the bones in tho hand of Joshua Pork und bums and mince plo bilking ; Ady, aud in tho joint of one finger wus throucli trains. Dty Coaches and Sleeping 'Cars through to Harriman, Chatta Uuckwbo.it enko und flupjuck turning; Iloontcenlzed. bhowu a nicco of bteel about a half inch nooga, Attalla, Hirminghaui, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, Mutter making, nillklni;, churning, ' long, which has been lodged in tho old Sho (time, 1 n. m. ) Whoro havo you and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Kuoxville, Hot bpnngs diylng, mackerel catching, Codfish Mending, regulutlug, patching; been until this lato hour? man's hnud over 40 years, 6inco Juuc, and Ashevillc; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe Solduriug, tinkering, kliliiglo uplifting. Ho I had n customer from tho west, 1850. Wood clock making, j.ickknifo whittling: and Shrcvcport, Through Tourist Sleepers to Ios Angeles and Tough hum vpoou and wood bowl turning; who detained mo talking business. Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and Caliiornia, fiffrtt I w Third Tear Crop of the Season. When ho hud fallen asleep sho upplicd San Human uututn ulwnya leuruiug; Planning, tiahmlng, digging, grading; W. T. Wolker, asuistant claim agent n cathodo ray to his bald spot. "Thrco via New Orleans or via Sureveport. Dickering, jockeying and horse trading; Clmrf T ?n frntn t1ip llltip fim5 Pities fr PJttritinilti for tho Missouri Paciflo atSedulin, Mo., queens and n pair of fours and n dou-biswowing; . Ciphering, has a peur treo on his promises that is Free Parlor jack pot," sho oxclaimed. with even' accommodation to natrons. Cutely guessing, vunuuing, vowing; bcariug tho third crop of fruit this Teaching danutng, tslnging, llddllng, Quickly investigating tho contents of Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Obscrva- SJ 3 tSW Etlll inventing, trading, peddling. Tho first crop was quito early and his pockets, sho resumed her placo ou tion vjars ueiwecn vmcinuau, i.ciiiyioii ucu FSflRj tho pears of large nizc, while those of tho bed, with tlio remark: A Yankto Is a handy mun. ifitt5sirittKrt.fert J9fw fL jsj-sYou cannot full to ieo. the second crop wcro of size. "Just as I oxpeotcd, tho other man wuaiiuuuu;u. It there's u thing to do or plan, W. O. Bloearsoc, Chas. W. Zoll, Tho third crop aro as largo as pigeon must havo hold that hand bat wait He'll do it handsomely. CitusintKtl. 0. Vie. ratfr Agt., CineinnsiU 0. eggs and still growing. until morning." Vanity. New York Sua. pros-pectiv- I tnkc it to In) an evidenco of returning good scum) and creditable patriotic feeling that even tho wealthy aud women of Newport's summer colony linvo applauded Miss Vander-bllt'- s (now Mrs. Whitney's) choice of nu American for a htmbniid aud that tho lirst word of adverso criticism from these arbiters of fashion on her not having bought with her prehcnt and millions at least an English baronet has yet to bo heard. With tho European market of titles open to her, this worthy daughter of a worthy siro bestowed her nllectiou and her fortuuo upon u manly American youth. Her ought to be, and doubtless will provo to be, salutary aud is hereby commended to tho attention of tho numerous ambitious American society matrons who aro now "trotting" their daughters through Europe or grooming them at homo for a prospective European trip, with the idea aud desiro of purchasing Town titled husbands for them. Topics. fash-ionabl- o "Bicycle." "But you don't rido a wheel" "No, but tho other fellow does." Tho Ac-m- Stan Made Monument nnd Others. THE BLUK GRASS HKRO Of Dhur-trV.vd n D.' 3 n 9 r r Fliegeudc Blatter. of Knowledge. "He was not nwaro that it had over been suggested that it was tho work of man, nnd it could not therefore bo an ancient monument." RED HO GS. brrdf Mv Breeders were selected Irom tup best r'iHIHV CO. o dis-put- R. II. WOOL, WOOL. le I THE Queen &Crescent route yA ex-tre- o sen-Fo- 5-Pj- one-hal- f 1 0.J.. mmr -- sjffl m& I j V t .JkJ 't .:' S. i , . x .t z . "2aM n tt ' rrMiih wMLyiU oEM-WSSl- Y INTERIORJOURM1 A LEGFND OF THE BLUSH ROBE. gay. He lay 'neath tho trees Stanford, Ky., Sept. iS, 1896 jtm roaming a garden 000 day. Hit younc heart m merry, his spirits vrtrn And talked with tho bees. Ills yellow locks kissed by the soft Bummer Dan Cupid E. C. Walton, Business Manager. bntjie. greet. SENTITTO HIS MOTHER IN GERMANY. Mr. Jacob Eabcnsen, who is In the tmplay of Tho jessamine offered her (rngraneo so avrnt. Iio pillowed his head the Cblcago Lumber Co., t Vtt Moines, Iowa, Iu a violet bed, lays: "I have juit sent seme medicine back tonijr mother in the old country, that 1 know from per- Dy the worshiping flowers his vanity fed. sonal uie to be the bett medicine in the world fc r raeu'natUm, having uied It in my family (or lev The modest white rose hung her head in d- era) years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain lljlra. spalr Jt always does the work. And murmured, unconscious that she was b'j For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. fair, m l "Ah, wero I so bright In a recent Utter to the manufacturers, Mr. V. As others, then might F, Benjamin, editor of the Spectator, Ruthlord.N. Borne kind ray of love illumine my night!" Y , lays. "It may be a pleasure to you to know the high esteem in which Chamberlain's medl-clo- Sly Cupid, o'erhearing her whispered ooni- are held Dy the people of your on n State, plaint, where they must be best known An aunt of mine, Arose and approached, while tho flower gxvw who resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to visit faint. me a few yea's since, and belore leaving hone Then he pressed oh, tho Missiwrote me, asking If they were sold here, stating on her petnla n kiss. that If they were not she would bring a quantity with her, as she did not like to be without them,'1 Sho blushed and still blushes there, thinking The medicines rrlerred to are Chamberlain's ot this. Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of colds and Hugh C. Laughlln In Ladles' Homo Journal. croup; Chamberlain's Pain Halm for rheumatiim, lme back, pains in the side and chest, and Cham berUin'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fur bowel complaints. Thete medicines have been in constant use in Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. The people have learned that tftey are articles ot great worth and merit, and unequaled by any.otb.er. Some yearn ago, iu company with .For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford Ky. Cnptniu ot es Tho proud Illy bent, tho fair yonngster tu AN INVISIBLE THING. Hill Iri held that consumption is hereditary, and the fact that one perron of a famly had died with consumption was considered a sure sign that others of that family could not escape tt. .This is true and fisrtlyis likely topartly untrue. A man withtoweak his transmit that weakness children. But there is no rnton in the world why the weakness should be allowed to develop. Keep the lungs fulllof rich, red, wholesome blood, and the weakness will disappear. Decaying tissues will be thrwon off, and new material will be added until the lungs are well and perfectly strocg again. This is tha thing that Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery does. This is what makes it care iS per cent, of all cases of consumption where it is taken according to directions. It searches out disease germs wherever they may be in the body and forces them out of the system. It supplies the blood with rich, life giving proper, tics. It makes the appetite good, digestion perfect Send at cen's la one-cesumps to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 1,008 page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," prof ustly illustrated. a ,' It has been a From all accounts, Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy is a Godsend to the afflicted. Thete is no ad vertlsement about this; we just feel like saying it. The Democrat, Carrollton, Ky OhickamauKB, tirpt. 19 and 20th, 1S63. 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Bally Subscription for Ono Month, - -including Sunday - - - - 40conts $1.00 a Half Two Months and -- 1 Send subscription to The New York Journal, arcolatlon Department, NEW YORK. Wanted-AFl- dea you Protect your tdeaaj ther may bringPatentwealth. Attpr. Write) JOHN WKDDEUIJURN CO., gi.BU) prlto offer Wellington, d. C, for their set.lilt of two hundred turentlons wanted. juul SSS SSw Wanted-- An Idea Protect your Ideaaj they may bring you wealth. CO., .Patent Alter-nevWrite JOHN WEDDERBtJBN Washington. P. C. tor their $1,800 prlxo Oder 'uullUt of two hundred Invention wanted. e, tho Onion army, I determined to tnko a trip through the northwestern part of South America and spend a few mouths in visiting tho conutry whoro a dozen vofcauoes may bo seen at ono time. We visited Chimborazo, Cotopaxi, Pinchincha and others, and then went on to eeo tho wonderful lava bed of 10 miles long and at least 500 feet deep. Whilo at tho latter placo'we learned of an old monastery which, so tradition has it, was deserted at tho eruption of Cayambi in 1601. Wo determined toseo it It lies way up the mountain side, 14,000 feot aboro sea level, and was only by tho most tortuous of bridlo paths it had ever been myfortuno to travel over. However, with tho assistance of a guido secured at tho small mountain villago at which wo wero staying, tho ascent was successfully made. At tho close of the second day our tired mules turned tho last bend in tho steep mountain path, and thcro before us lay tho ruin9 of tho old convent toward which wo had been climbing for two days, hardly distinguishable from the rough and rugged cliffs and rock heaps appearing on overy hand. Wo dismounted and scut tho guido forward with tho beasts and lnggago. When wo reached tho convent gate, tho guido was talking to an old man, who at onco inado a place for us. Tho o.ld fellow was bent and wrinkled, tho skin of his faco looking liko an old piece of crumpled parchment which had been put itsido after u fruitless attempt to smooth it out Ho must have been at least 100 years old. We asked if wo might speud tho night there, after telling him tho object with which the journey had been made. From his reply we mado out that no ono had lived in tho convent for nearly 200 years, but that about 20 years a party of travelers had visited thcro and had remained a few weeks sketching and hunting, and that they had occupied tho rooms at tho 6onth end, which wero then iu better condition than tho othcra All the rooms had long sinco becomn roofless except these, which wero directly underneath tho low tower. On our signifying our willingness to be shown tho rooms in tho old convent, Iho old man went into his hut and brought out a rudo wax taper, and with out a word led tho way to the north end of tho ruin, whero I mado out a massivo black door which opened inward. Entering, ho lightod his prirnitivo candle, turned to tho left and led tho waj down a stono floored corridor which tho cobwebs mado almost impassable At last our pilot came to a standstill at tho last doorway, tho door, remarkably well preserved, standing half open. As wo entered, a monster bat whisked by my hoad, then another and another. Doubtless they had bceu interrupted in their uocturunl forage. Insido tho little room thero was a rudo rustic cot framo mado of poles with tho bark still on tho only furniture of any description. Tho window, a small square hole, was closed with iron bars almost rusted away. Instead of panes of glass tho spiders had substituted a network which almost shut out tho stars. Communicating with this coll by means of a short passageway, nearly closed up with rubbish, was another room differing in no cswntial point from tho first except, perhaps, that it was, if possible, moro dusty and cobwebby. Wo informed tho old man that wo would spend tho night in these old rooms. Ho looked at us a moment as if astouished; then shook hia hoad and muttered something which I took to mean "God keep you safe. " Ho set tho candlo down on tho floor and left us to ourselves. Wo lit our cigars and sat down on tho pile of blankets, etc., which we had brought in with us and carried iuto the inner room, and entered into conversation. But a Btrango perversity dominated tho current of our thoughts. Insensibly wo yielded to tho occult forco that swayed us and indulged in gloomy speculation. After somo time spent in this sort of conversation wo retired to rest, the captain goiug out iuto tho outer room and I remaining where I was, after an unsuccessful attempt to reniovo tho cot frame from tho inner room to tho outer. I sproml my blankots on tho cot framo and closed tho door of my coll, which creaked on its old rusty hinges with a noise unearthly, It would not entirely close, so I worked it back and forth until all tho rust dropped off and it shut quito easily, making scarcely a sound. I shot tho bolt taking no notico in tho feeblo light whether or not thero was a loop to receive it For a timo I felt much easier that the door was fast and lay down and drew tho blankets up around me. I had just Cay-amb- i, bo-fo- begun to teel drowsy when a iligb Trunk, it's all safo now. Vou may SHOOTING UNDER WATER. AN ELECTION NOTICE. noiso started mo and I sat up. lot go, old follow, if yoi are tired. Tho The door stood opoul Nolle it given that an election will be htld on the Ileault of a Novel Eiperlment It My bloo Boomed to frceto in mv thing can't move," ocntly Made In Knglatid. I was utterly exhausted and gladly veins. Mj heart stood still; then ft looked my X896, The most curious experiment over hold started to beat so ranidlr that I could mado with piece of ordnance was at At the nyulr Novcmtxr Election, in Lincoln Captain Hill stood holding tho ends cotmiy, Kv., lor tho purpcit of taking tot Ihn(1,furel?'c"vdrt!of tho cord that bound tho invisible Portsmouth, England. A stage was el tot legal sod qualified voters of said countystele on yCt '1!crc,,t WHf V elected in tho harbor within tho tido the proposition wretherornot to hiv tree Turn. twisted round his hand, whilo before f o i ?0,Iit"av.,',l.l!oid!.,B. "ia counly 0! Lincoln, On this an urmatroug gnu of mark. mak, supporting, as it were, was bald will be held In pursuance ot an order mnIcobwoblrVl-uc,l1w,1II,lowol the Lincoln As,the cord, htced and interlaced and the 110 pound pattern was mounted. 01 tht judge at the August County Court, made the term ol laid court, perspiration broke out at Btretchingtightlv around vacant place, Tho gnn was then loaded and carefully ad entered iSjo which order Is la words and figures, at folcery pore 1 realized hat I had been Ho ,, aimed nt a target all this, of course, lows, toi a minute as though . J. jumped "iKim-m-iim trr'no- tn iWiiln whnt una lnwfc in Iw, during tho timo of low tido. A fow Hegular Term Lincoln Couuty Court, held Aug ... o, Hon. Oeo. M. Davison, and nineties ,uu risni iiKuui ami men done, v.uvu uuui and then, suddenly bending over, hours after, when the gun and the target Judge Presiding. wrapped mvself up iu my blanket. were both covered with water to a depth bo lifted tho thing iu his arms In the nutlet of J. Cook and others, The room wa3 iud arknoss, except for dropped it with a gesture of disgust and of six feet, tho gun was flred by means Lincoln countr, K..M. a voir in said ol. rt el lor county ou upon tht proportion to havo a gray stm.k from tho window. I tried tho of electricity. Wo cot Thero was a dull sound of n get," but the facts said "aimed at a tar- Gravel Koadt In said county.Frea Turnpikes and to go to shop, but in vain. Sleep hart heavy body alighting on tho not over-- , are that there wero On motion ol the entirely fltu. I desperately drew my soft couch, and tho strong framework two targets, but only ono was erected application ol J M applicants' counsel herein, the Uu.k and others, voieri of Lincoln county, Ky,, heretofore directed to, and arm across my eyes ns if to shut out creaked nud trembled. A deep impres- for this special experiment, tho other received by the County Judge of the Lincoln Co oven tho darkness and tried to think of sion marked Court, waa sulmitttd to the judge of tald court at itself distinctly on the cov- being the hull of an old vessel, tho the regular August term theieol, acd on the ich nothing. which lay directly behind tho tar- day ot August, erings. i8,and it appearing to the satisWlr I was lying still as a corpso, faction of the judge ot said court that written Wo remained silent for somo time, get and iu range of tho ball. application asking for vote upon the proposition Tho target itself was placed only 26 to hoping mat by a perfect physical inac- listening to tho low, irregular breathhave Free Turnpikes and Gravel Koads in Lintion 1 should hasten mental repose, an ings of tho creature on the cot and feet from the muzzloof tho gun. It was coln county. Ky , waa heretofore, On th ol A"sTust, 1896, presented to and reeeiv awful incident occurred. A something watching tho rustle of the blankots as it composed of oak beams and planks and edby said Judje. and that tald written aplica- dropped, its it seemed from tho ceilinK. impatiently struggled to froo itself of was '21 inches thick. In order to mako bT number ol Vetera of laid Co. ,niWM the old Griper invulnerable a sheet of . L'neo n equal to 13 per cent, tf the vote cast at plump upon my chest, and the next in- confinement Then Ilillspoko: ,n' tptecdlnge.ectlon held in said e unt, boiler plates three inches thick was riv- which waa a general and regular election, and the stant I felt two bouy hands cucircling "Frank, this is awful." eted to tho water logged hull, in direct pelitlontia making laid application having paid my throat, endeavoring to choke me. "i'os, awful." court sufficient range with tin course tho ball was ex- into orders,a printing, amount ol money to nay for I am not naturally a coward nud am tfte "But not unaccountable." advertising and all olhtr pected to tako if not deflected by tho physical possessed of considerable connected with the election pray "Not unaccountable! What do yon fTwe therefore ordered that an election ,n0w I i.W'.In Btrength. Tho suddenness of tho attack, mean? Such n thing has never before water. On all of these tho oaken tx held Lincoln county, tho boiler plates and tho old vesel regular election thcrrln on Kentucky, at tht neat instead of stunning me, strung overy occurred sinco tho creation of man. God the jrd day of Nnveuf per more than to daya intervening between nerve and muscle to its highest tension. grant that I am not mad and that this hull the effect of tho shot from tho the entering of this order and of said submerged gun was rcolly startling. ular election, to lake the sensethe day qualifiedregMy body acted from instinct before my is not au insane fantasy I" v.. cl tht proposition to brain had timo to realizo tho terrors of "Let us reason a little, Frank. Hero Tho wooden target was pierced through v" i- :i, county upon the itoade in the laid have ami uiavei ko. my position, in an instant I wound two is a solid body which wo touch, but wo and through, tho boiler iron target was of Lincoln, and Thomas D. Newlaod, the iheiKT of said county of Lincoln, Is hereby directed to muscular arms around tho creature and cannot see, Tho fact is so unusual that broken into pieces and driven into its open a poll at tacn and all the prccloctt squeezed it with all tho strength of de- it strikes us witli terror. Is thero no "backing," tho ball passing right on ... .... .vunici Lincoln atof the voting nereioiore time spair against my chest nud iu a few parallel, though, for such a phenome- through both Bides of tho vessel, making utirntted, for tht purpose ol taking the ient of seconds tho bony hands that had fastened non: Take a piece of pure glass. a huge tho water It is poured inhole, through whichaltogether, IliM tjluLOtlllnn !... .1.1 1' Ik V V U Ikjn C. on my throat loosened their hold, and 1 tangible and transparent torrents. Taken a. L A certain was free to breathe onco more. chemical coarseness is all that prevents tho experiment was an entire success, Then commenced a strugglo of awful its being so utterly transparent us to bo demonstrating, as it did, the feasibility intensity. Immersed iu tho most pro- totally invisible. It is uot theoreticolly of placing submerged guns in harbors in found darkness, totally ignorant of tho impossible, mind you, to make a glass time of war and doing great damugo to nature of the thing by which I was so which shall not reflect a sinalo ray of the vessels which un enemy might dismmcieuiy attacked, uncling my grasp light a glass 60 pure and homogeneous patch to suf h points for tho purpose of to ICtli. slipping overy moment, by reason, it iu its atoms that the rays from tho sun shelling citiiw. Invention. seemVd to me, of tho entire nakedness will pass through it as they do through of my assailant; bitten with sharp teeth tho air, refracted but not reflected. Wo A THRILLING CHASE. T, K, ASSOCIATION. in tho shoulders, neck and chest; having do uot see tho air and yet wo feel it"" An lloglnrcr Lrupt 1'roui Onn Engine to every moment to protect my throat "That's all very well, captain; but .THE., Another t Full Hihh1. against a pair of sinowy, agilo hands, these are inaniraato substances. Gloss A thrilling race between two enginoa which my utmost efforts could uot con- does not breathe, air does not breathe. was run on (he Louisville audNarhvillc fine these wero n combination of cir- This thiug has a heart that palpitates cumstances which required all tho a will that moves it lungs that play railroad bctvcou Kentucky street, just out of Union station, Louisville, and strength, skill and courago that I could and inspire and respire. " South Park, six miles out tho other muster to overcome. "You forgot tho phenomena of which At last, after a silent, deadly, ex- wo have so often heard of late," an- afternoon. A yard engine standing nt hausting struggle, I got my assailant swered the captain gravely. "At tho coal bin am1 unmanned at the timo sudunder by a series of incrcdiblo efforts of meetings called 'spirit circle, ' invisible denly set itself in mol ion, and, entering strength. Onco pinned, with my knee hands havo been thrust into tho hands tho south "uiu track by means of a on what I mado out to bo its chest, I of those portions around tho table-wa- rm, Rafety "split" switch, waa soon pursuing Kentucky! Futurity 15,000 it! day tho fast pushcnger train nt ! miles au The Tennessee knew myself to be the victor. As I rested $ fleshly hands, that seemed to hour. isl 4."o..... .md day Oraat Pace J 1,000 day for a moment to catch my breath, I pulsate with mortal lifo. " The TraniTleania .t j.ooo 3rd day The crow of another cngino as heard tho creature beneath mo panting Futurity. "What! Do you think, then, that quickly as possible got yard the north The a.year-olt 3 000. .. . 411. day on The Ashland S 6th day in tho darkness and felt tho violent this thing is" ... I 4.000 e.ooo jth day main track and started in pursuit The The Illue Grass throbbing of a heart It was apparently "I don't know what it is," was tho lino ia double tracked for 18 miles to The Kentucky I Trot J( .ooo......lth day Free.for-AIGreat as exhausted as I was. That was one solemn reply, "but, pleaso the gods, I a.ooo .. ... 9th day Toe Johnston. ....... . tibcphcrdsvillc, and us the .J a.ooo 10th day comfort will, with your assistance, thoroughly by tilts time n milo start runaway had it was feared At least TURK, great racet daily. At this moment I remembered that 1 investigate would get on tho single track before had removed my leather lelt when preg Tho uext morning tho captain and I it The Celebrated ve great Soloists; jj I'erlormcrs; paring for rest and had throwu it across racked our braina to discover somo tho steam gave out Conccrta Fortunately tho block system ia used, daily. tho foot of the cot. I reached out my means by which wo might got somo llAl.r FARK on all railreada Program on aphand iu the direction I thought tho cot idea of the shape and general appear-unc- and both engine wero given a clear plication KU. A. block, and all automatic crossing gated II C.MtUOWELL.I'resd.nt TinoN. Sec'r should be. Happily my judgment was of tho enigma. As woll as we were cloned. Tho pursuing engine atnot at fault and the first thing my hand could make out by pauiug our bauds grasped was tho bolt In a fow second over the creature's form, its outlines tained u speed of 00 mileu an hour while more, I hud, after a fashion, pinioned and lineaments wero human. There was yet in tho city limits a terrific pace for a ehuntiug engine and tbo men could tho creature's arms. a round, smooth head, without hair; a barely hold on. Nearer and nearer they I now felt tolerably secure. Thero iirxso, which, however, was but little New Line irten Cincinnati, was nothing moro to bo dono but to elevated ubovo tho cheeks ; a uiouth and canto to tho swaying runaway, and nt South Park, six miles out the engines light my taper, and having first seen hauds and feet liko thoso of a boy. and neck," then running what my midnight assailant was liko A happy thought struck mo. Wo wero'neck arouse my friend. I will confess to be- would tako a plaster of pari.s cast of it 40 miles an hour. Engineer Patrick Solid Trains, ing actuated by a certain prido in uot This would give us tho solid figure and Murphy got cm tho tender of tho pursuing engine, and when u stretch of Fast Time. giving tho alarm before. I wished to satisfy all our wishes. straight track was reached mado a dar make tho capture alono and unaided. Excellent Equipment. But how to do it? Tho movements of Never losing my hold for uu instant tho creature would disturb tho setting ing jump to the tender of tho runaway. Inaugurated May 24. I gradually mado my way to tho placo of tho plastic covering nud distort tho Tho leap was a good one, mid iu a THE SCIIEUULF. ho was on his feet again. In two whero I had 6et tho caudle, then re- mold. Cincinnati v 13 P.m. 900 a.m. minutes the runaway hud been brought Lv Toledc leased my grasp with ono hand and as 35 a. m. 3J5p. m. Another thought Why not givo it Air. 6 ij a. m. .. s 43 p. m. quickly as possiblo under tho circum- - chlororform? The thing had respiratory to .1 standstill. A defective throttle wax Arr. Detroit .. Through coaches and patter cars on day trains. stances struck a mutch and lighted tho organs. That was evident by its breath-- tli CUUM). Through coachrt, Wagner Sleeping Cars Cincin-nacandle. Then I turned to look at my nig. Once reduced to a stuto of insensto Detroit on night NO LOVE BETWEEN THEM. trainsto Toledo and Cincinnati MMB prisoner. ibility, wp could do with it ns wo would. No service between Cincinnati. Toledo and DeI cannot even attempt to give any detroit is AS GOOI AX OUII NF.W YOKKLINK, This wua no sooner thought of than Tim l'ixn Grrut I'owrra of Ktmiivn AS root) ASOUk CHICAGO LINE, scription of my sensations tho instant I it was agreed to and tho guido dis-- , OUirr. AS GOOD AS OUR ST LOU 18 LINK. looked. I suppose I must havo shrieked patched to tho villago for chloroform There are in Kurojie five great power Uuv vour llcke'e throurh via "Hie Foxr " with terror, but to this day I cannot re- and the necessary materials for taking a For lull information call on agrnta or address Knglund, France, Gcrmuuy, ltussiu D. I! MARTIN. call clearly exactly how I behaved. I plastor cast, and with strict injunctions and Austria who all hate each other K. O McCORMACK, Gen Pass A Tkt. Agt, Past Trattc Mgr shuddor oven now as I think of that to wasto no timo in going or returning. cordially, although they maku nlliauccf ARI0O1NG...... .Mir awful momcDt! At noon of tho fourth day ho returned between themselves whenever expedi I saw absolutely nothing! with tho materials ordered. Five mill- - ency hUggcJts agreement or Yes, I had ono arm clasped around a utes thereafter wo wero enabled to ro- England hated France becnuho they . TUB...... breathing, panting, corporeal shape, my movo tho fetters from tho creature's are rivals for the supremacy of the other hand gripped with all its strength body, and tho captain was busily en- world. England hates Germany a throat as warm and apparently fleshy gaged in covering tho invisible form sho ia irritated by her presumption and as my own, and yet, with this living with tho moist clay. In 15 minutes her trade competition. England hutea substance in my grasp, with its body more wo had a mold, and before evening Russiu becuusoof tho distant oast Engpressed against my own, nud all within a rough facsimile of tho mystery. land hutea Austria because sho is not tho cirolo of illumination of tho caudle, It was shaped liko a man distorted, England. Louitvillt a. HaBMVILlt R. H. I beheld literally nothing! Not ovon an uncouth and horrible but still a man. Franco hates England because it haa outline not even a vapor It was small not over 4 foot 0 inches been the duty of England to put a peIa tht lint for you, as Ita I wonder that I did not faint or go iu height and its limbu revealed a riod to tho glory of all her great monmad ou the instant Somo wonderful muscular trovolopment that waa without arch s, France hate Germany with a instinct must have, sustained me, for, a parallel. Ita faco surpassed in hideous-nes- s racial hate, France hates Russia Makeclose connection! at instead of loosening my hold on tho teranything I had ever seen. It was the two peoples are eo essentially rible enigma, I scorned to gaiu au addi- tho physiognomy of what I should fancy mado to disagree. Prunoo hates Austria LOUISVILLE Aud CINCINNATI For all polnta. tional strength iu my moment of horror a ghoul might be. It looked as if it was because she always haa hated her. THKOUOH TICKETS SOLD. and tightened my grasp with such won- oapablo of feeding on human floshl Germany hates England bocauno EngBAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH derful forco that I felt tho creature Having satisfied our curiosity, it land was groat before the existed and For any information trqulrt cf shivering with agony. JOES. HICK. Actct, a question wlwt waa to bo douo will be great when sho in her present Stanford, Ky Just then tho captain rushed into tho with our enigma. It was impossible form shall have oeaaed to exist Gercell. As soon as Iw beheld my faco that wo should tako such a horror with many hates Franco booanro she fears which I sapposo must havo boon au aw- uh on our return to civilization, and wo her. Germany hate Russia because fate ful sight to look upon he hastened for- were exceedingly reluctant to turn such decrees that tbceo two nationa shall cut Only Dutct Lite Between ward, crying out: an awful being looso on tho world again. each other's throats. Westminster "Great heaven, what haa happened?" It was finally decided that wo would "Captain Oaptaiul" I cried. "Come carry it some distance down tho mounShortest and quickest between Living Without Braina. and help mol Oh, this is awful I I havo tain to a small lake and thcro drown it. Frankfort, Georgetown and Pnrla, At the clinic for tho benefit of tho Qarlislo, Mnysvlllo, Oynth.' arm, been attacked by something or other, But fate willed otherwise Wo hod uot Falmouth and Covington. which I havo hold of, but can't soo it I covered a quarter of tho distance to tho Canada Medical association, in session I can't soo it!" lake, when by somo menus tho cords be- at Montreal, wero exhibited sovoral cuts Mk lor ttckcti via Kentucky Midland. Tralna run by Central Standard Time. "Frank," whispered tho captain, came loosened, and before wo could do and dogs the brains of which hud been Time TabU April 19, 1846. extracted throe duyn before to show the slowly approaching mo, "your imagina- anything to prevent it tho thing waa No. 1. No 3. No. 7, ritAlNS EAST. possibility of extracting diseased brains tion, with tho help of that fiery liquor gono, wo knew not where, ita leavo g p. m. P. m, a. m. of human beings. The operation was Lvt Kranklort A 00 633 wo brought from tho village, has been accompanied by a horrid mocking Hlkhorn 10 4 iS 718 playing you a trick." laugh issuing, to all nppearauco, from performed under the direction of 48 " Stamping tiround 7 37 4 37 Wesley Mills. a is " Georgetown!... 7 43 4 3$ "I swear to you, captain, that this ia tho empty nir. a ao Arr. C S. Depot 7 5 500 Tho animals seemed perfectly healthy, no vision," I answered in tho samo low Wo hurried away from tho spot and 8 30 C Pari 3 33 400 tone. "Don't you see how it shakes my down tnc mountain as fnt as our mules walked about wagging their tails and rRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. to. No. a wholo body with its struggles? If you could carry us, and another weok saw nro expected to live. a. tn. p. m. a. tn. p. m. The display was kept quiet for fear of Lvo Parla C don't boliovo me, convinco yourself. us on board a stenmer whoe destinas Si 4 33 9 30 ' C.ti. Depot .... 10 jj 633 interference from tho Society For tho " Georgetown li Feel ittouch it I" tion was Now York. 6 40 6 30 10 40 3 43 Ho advanced and laid hia hand on 6 34 Starap'g Gro'd 10 38 7 7 For years wo kept a closo watch on Proveution of Cruelty to Animals. 16 11 "Hlkhorn 711 tho spot I indicated A wild cry of hor- tho South American news nud so far aa Is5 Frankfort A... 11 JJ 13 7 13 irr A II no Fount For Bt, Patrick's. ror burst from him. Ho had felt it! wo could learn tho horrible froak of naA holy water fount, which will bo tho In a moment ho had produced from ture, Who.se likeuecs in plaster I still SUNDAY TRAINS. somewhere about his perhou a long and have in my collection of curios, was mast magnificent in tho country, has Leave Georgetown to 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort 30 a.m. strong picco of cord, and tho uext in- never again oucouutervd by any one. beeu donated to St Patrick's cathedral, It Ltavn Frankfort 4 J3 p. n. arrive Georgetown stant was winding and knotting it about Sinco then I havo not visited the Now York. It is to be of Carara marblo 3 13 p. tn. TII The Kentucky Midland tho body of the unseen being that I northwestern portion of onr sister conti- nud to cost 0,OOO. It will be. eix feet tions (onn the shortest and Railway and conneccheapest route to all clasped iu my arms. nent, for I havo no de.siro for n repeti- high and will be placed in tho first oolnta South, East, Ncrth and West. HHor further information apply to their agenta. to the right within tho southwest"Frank," ho said iu a hoarse, agitat- tion of that nwfnl arnrreuco at the C. D. BFR.CAW, Gen. Paaa. Agent.. ed voice fur, though ho preserved hia ruined monastery ou Mount Cayambi. ern entrance. Tho douor will not pormit G CO. B. HARPEH, Itec'r & Gen.Sup presence of mind, ho was deeply movcid Exchange. hia iiumo to bo made public. Frankfort Kv Tuesday, Nov. 3rd. 11 K!f S .a 1 l. I 1 oatl1V1t-,0l-m,,8ht'ini.ro- lf 11 to-w- '""'"'"J - ! 1 ij, Gri-jw- r, L 'nu 1 ry tur-ge- t, is, - I LEXINGTON October 6th mmw l World's Greatest Trotting. Meetinc 11 Stukon Frre-lor-All :$75000 Pui'sos. . . . it" Belhtedt-Itillenbur- Hand-Fi- o "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. coe-on- d J 1 1 tl ' Ut-Eitc- h NORTH WEST, I Double Dally Trains io Ey. Midland XVy, Ro-vie- I Cincinnati and Frankfort tak-iu- 1 Pro-fesbo- r 1 14 til-co- tv f7j$FWWmr- HP'1 W"ir W P? 8 "Vk can Bavo you money on family, Hon. J. H. Wilson, of Barbourvllle, CHURCH CHIMES. was here Tuesday a short time. Asked reaily mixed paints. OralR it Uocker. Southern Presbyterian collections n contest, be said for the about the month ending Septomber 1 were s, Oollais, llanies, that the name of the Hon. John D Bridles, BYStanford, Ky., - Skit. 18, 1896 Pads, Trace Obalns, Ac, at cost at War- Wblte was as sure to go under the Log $3,500.48. There will be preaching at Walnut ren Shanks'. Cabin as the election comes. He is of Flat Sunday morning at 11 o'clock by a Manager. lianBAFTKit our store will bo open on counsel in the case and had a few houra Cumberland Preabytorian minister. E. C. Walton, Business Saturday nights until 10 o'clock and oth- before filed In the office of the clerk of There Is a bell on the church of the the Laurel circuit court a petition to er nights till . Warren & Shanks. Sacred Heart In Parle which weighs 28 a temporary order, without notice, mm r. You should take your prescriptions to can bo heard at a distance of 25 W. 1). Wallin, secretary of the restraining tho republican committee tons, 221. Penny V drug store wnere prompt and milen and its vibrations last six minutes. accurate service Is Kuarautced. Crab Orchard Bryan and Bewail club, from declaring D. G. Colson the nominee Thugs attempted to assault Rey. H. And Funeral Director. writes us that it now haa 221 members. for Coneress in the 11th district or from Murray at Pilot Knob Baptist church in delivering certificates of nomination of a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, PERSONAL POINTS. What's the matter with Sam? What Colson to county clerks, and that they be Madison, ob he came out of the building Also carry Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Sam Miss Minnib I'hkkkio, o( McOroary, is Sam? Menefee! Ha'a ALL restrained from placing Colson'snamo in because ho had denounced drunkenness. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Ac. RIGHT. Who fa all right? Sam Mone theguest ol Mrs. James F. Ou'iuinlns. er tho republican column on ballots or to fee. 8au J. Emiihy, Jn., le(t Wednesday Rev. Fred D. Hale's new church at the device of tho Log Cabin. Co). enter the High School at St. Joseph, Mo. Owensboro, will be one of tho largest In To tub Fmimkks. We have a placo Wilton tella us that tho petition embrannd Mrs. Luther Mrs Ed Walk the State or South; tho dimensions are for 1,000 bushel of damaged wheat and ces 00 pages of foolscap paper, every line Gibbfl.ol Garrard are with Mrs. J. 0. 'J5xll5 feet, with ordinary seating capacwill pay highest market price. J. 11. of which contains a charge, susceptible of Uays. proof, of irregularitiea and rascalities re- ity of 1,500. Uatighman A Co. toM11. Waltkii S. Wamihn leaves The congress of the Episcopal sorted to to down tho crested jayhawk-er- . morrow for Baleigb, N. C, to visit his church of tho United States will be held Tub weather continues abnormally mother. Sevat Norfolk, Va., November hot, with an occasional shower, not Ohaiilik Ghkkm wbb hero Hilling cloth eral hundred bishops and other clergy to cool the ntmosphere nor morn itA Till MONT AL MA TTE11S. ing for tho Cooper Tailoring Co , of Cin- than lay tho (List. ''Fair Friday, will be present. Ohenault Willis, a son of the post cinnati, Mr. JooSoversneohas a letter from temperature." master of Richmond, and Miss Etta Fin Elder George Gowen, which tolls of a Miss Mamib Kkid. of Hnrrodsburg, is ByJuixm T. Z. Moiirow will speak at nell, wero married at Louisville yeator great meeting he is holding at Herring's the guest of Miues Lucile and Ophelia Crab Orchard on the 2Gth. In a response day. Chancellor. School House, near Lancaster. In a William M. Byera, of Chicago, and week he haa had 23 additions and'the inMns. Uklkx Hukkuaw and Mies Lou to a dispatch asking if ho is for free silIlocker, of Hustonvllle, visited it'latlves ver, the judge recpondjil that he is for Ida May Sjiitb were marrieJr in the terest is increasing. He only prescbeB McKiuley, Hound money and protection. dianapolis Soldiers' Monuyfent, 250 here Tuesday. at night. Mr. WillSkvbrancb has gone to Cin- His eon, W. A. Morrow, la making free above ground. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Tho Lobanon Falcon says that Elder Engraving a Specialty. Alfred Hilton, 70 years old and three J. tj. Montgomery preached a splendid cinnati and is sending dead leads of goods silver speeches. times a widower, was married at Lafayback to Severance Sou, Bitten. Engiueor G. W. ette, Ind., to Miss Lucy Smith, who had sermon at the dedication of the Christian AVE WILL. Misses Mahy Houkhtbon and Mary church at Bradfordaville last Sunday, the Holmes, of Danville, were here Tuesday Worman, of Livingston, cama down just celebrated her 15th birth day. congregation of which is to congratulaWednesday to be treated by Dr. J. F. Thomas D. Ohenault, Jr., eon of the ted in having their church dedicated and took Miss Tuttle home with them. Mies AhniuStrauh went to Louisville Peyton. He Has bitten by a spider a wealthiest farmer in Madison county, without having a Bingle cent of debt reWednesday to remain a few months. Lit- fow days ago and has sinco Buffered so and Mi"" Laura Moss "Walker, daughter maining upon it, of J. Stone Walker, wero married at tle Pansy Johnson and Wray Lynn re- much that he boenme alarmod. The Northern Metbodiat Conference Richmond Wednesday by Bishop Bur- at Vanceburg Bent Rev. 8 F. Kelley to turned with her. reTiibrb was some grounds for tho Mrs. Matt Woodson, who has been port of tho killing of Charley Brouston ton, i l the diocese of Lexington, They Uarrodsburg, G. H. Stump to Barbourwith her mother, Mrs. O.J. Crow, since after all. A drunken fellow whom he left ut once for Washington, D. C. vllle. J. N. KetEon to Highland, O. S. Stephen E. Kites, of Lancaster, and Markln toCorbin.O. M. Baker to Juno, returned with her children to had prosecuted and Bent to tho penitenOf Goods at cost until the yeeterday. tiary made some threats and tried to get Miss Eflle I). Cook, of the East Rod, and London, G. E. Hancock to drove here Wednesday and were married Mlddlesboro, W. H. Ohilders to Pine-villRev. W. S. Gmnbtbad, Mr. J. A. Al- into tho car In which ho was riding. in the parlor of the Carpenter House by len nnd wife, Adam M. Pence and Dr. C. J. R. Howes to College Hill, J. Arm IIiiok.cn. Or eon Hansford, a Rev. R. R.Noel. The groom is an exattending the Methodist conA. Cox aro G. Hopkins to London circuit, John young Negro, fell from a freight train ceedingly clever young man and hia Is disposed oi. ference at Somerset. Thomas to Williamsburg. T. J. Perkins near Rowland Tueeday,and besides hav- bride Ib said to be a most excellent lady. to Woodbine, F. L. Creech to Middle- d Mh. Jamba Duddkraii, of the The Advocate ia authorized to an burg, E. B. Hill to Somerset and U. D. section, Ib spending the week hero ing an arm broken, he was hurt about with relatives and attending the meetiug the head and legB. Ho claims that bo nounce the engagement of Mibs Mamio Barnett to Pulaaki circuit. was knocked o.T but the general imprea-afo- Hackley, of Danville, and Mr. Arthur L. at the Christian church. The very remarkable series of meetIb that he fell off while stealing a Tuttle, of St. Louiu. Tho marriage will ings held by Evangelist W. R. Lloyd at Mn. Gkoucik Allkn, tho genial supertake placo during the late fall or early tho Christian church here closed last intendent of agents for Kentucky of tho rido. .. New England Mutual, of Boston, la here Thk lecture of Mrs. M. W. Bender, of winter mouths. Mr. Tuttle is a son of night with a visible result of 22 addito broak In Jens Weareu to harness. Louisville, Wednesday afternoon to la- tho Rt. Rev. Tuttle, Episcopal bishop of tions and a general awakening of the who haa been dles only on the viavi treatment Is aald Missouri. They will go to Mexico to membership. Mr. L'oyd is one of the Mahy J. Mns. It is a Fact that the Largest and Best Stock of sick all summer at Walnut Flat, gave her by tho many who attended to have been live. beet preachers who has ever filled the . Like a flash of pulpit. A scholar, a Bible student, a friends in town much pleasure by spend- a fine one. This treatment which can bo ing day or two with thutu this week obtained from Mrs. Anna McOlary hero lightning from a clear sky came the dis- thinker and n reasoner, he has eluciShe Is still very feeble. ia becoming exceedingly popular from patch to Mr. S. U. Shanks yesterday aa dated the meaning of many knotty pas- Wall Paper, Window Shades and Picture Frames are located at StanWBAKBNand 0. E.Tate the tact that it cures tho ailments it is in- follows: MthsRs. W. II. sages of Scripture and made plain many The thousands of Miss Lena Baldwin end I were married pointe which before seemed obscure. Hia ford, midway between Louisville and Knoxville. attended the Knights of Pythias Grand tended to heal. at the home of her parents last night. splendid voice and bis way of always people who have traded in this money-savinhouse will shout the Lodge at Covington. Wo regret to obhad rather print Will bo homo Friday. W. H. Shanks. Tub Courier-Journserve that Mr. Wearon foiled of election calling a epade a spade and proving ev tidings near and far that this is the place to buy goods at par. a falsehood and pay for it than to pubOn reading the dispatch the old gen- erything by the "Book," his Impassionto the oillce he sought. Tho stories tleman seemed very much gratified, aa ed but gentle manner and his charming Mm. John 8. Van Winkle was up from lish the truth for nothing. Wednesday and spent the night that it prints of democratic dissatisfac- indeed he should bo for hia new daugh- social qualities, combine to make him Danville in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, with Prof. E, I Grubbs. He has Just tion here nnd of an etTort to get Judge ter is a lovely woman in every respec', ono of the greatest preachers of his Undertaker, and Dealer &c, Stanford, Ky. returnod from a tour of Colorado on his Jacobs, of Danville, to run for Congrets being possessed of great personal charms church and Stanford will bid him tdieu manifestly so absurd that it does not besides a bright and highly cultivated with regret and long remember hia visit wheel and was enthusiastic over the are fool even that paper's dwindling nummind. She is the daughter of Mr. and to her. country and his experiences in ft. Mrs. Tli o m h s Baldwin, of Madison, her who took in the Br) an ber of subscribers hero. Jim Bailky, father being a prominent and wealthy speaking at Lexington, says there is no has Pardoned. Gov. Worthington NEW ADVKBTISEMKNTS. farmer. Her father is a cousin of Mrs. doubt in his mind now that thn pardoned Horace Woods out of the pen" J. J. McRoberts, of this place, and she elected. Everybody In the itentiary. Woods wan Bant from Garrard world seemed to he at Lexington anu all county a yearago for three years for kill- has beon with her for several weeks. Wednesday she went up home on eomo were shouting for htm. ing James Martin. Tho dispatch Bays oxcuho sayiug alio would be back yesterC01..T. P. Hill will be one of the that the convicting jury and court offiHustonvillc, Ky., speakers at the Mimic Hall ratification of cials AHked for the pardon, hut there day, but Will met her ou route and she to re the nomination of PAlmer and iluckner Beems to be no good reesin for doing bo, decided to wait until anil her Desires to announce night, but It Is turn with him as hiB bonnle bride. friends that her Dret. toMaking old customers now at Louisville Tarlort are since th kl ling was quite tin aggravated treasure, she baa open lor visitors aotl invitM any ritsiriae her ter- While he has won attend the liar- .Is in the city buying. not likely that ho will one. t gained n model young mati (or a hus vlcci to call ciily and iccurc dates. rodsburg meeting on thtiL'Gtli. Dbath. Mrs. Kllr.i Carson, of Crab band, for he ls.oxemplary in habits, popOrchard, after a long illness of consump- ular in society and of high standing in CITY AND VICINITY, tion, died Wednesday. She was tho business. From our observations of both Danks buys old gold and silver. relict of James F. Canton and was about wo aro nure that the match is an excelBARUAlNSin gutiB ut Craig & Hock- - 50 years of age. Three children survive lent one and that it will prove a happy Bra workman of er's. her, Mrs. Sam Holmcn and John and consummation of their hopes. May be over theira and 14 YEARS Craig & George Careou. She was a good, Chris- oartb'a fullest joys Wb guaruutee our Trusses. tian woman and died in full faith in His when they have climbed the hill of life Uocker. promise. Interment at Crab Orchard together aud rest at the foot on the other Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Bide may it be in sweetest peace and unsupplies at Craig A. yesterday at 10 a. m. Tablets and school Water Pipes, dying love. Hocker'a. Tubs Baiiiiecub. Capt. W. E. Grubbs, chairComplete etock of school books at W. man of invitation and reception, Bend8 viWORKMANSHIP SECOND TO A specialty. Frank Uoltzclaw, of the Hubble NONE Gilt edge reference In and out Call and see us in a few days. B. McRoberts. invitation to a barbecne and picnic to be cinity, received the sad intelligence this ol the State. Ak your Danvlll given by the Knights of Honor, at Junc week of the death of bis mother, Mrs. J. friends about my work. Thk little infant ol Mr. and Mrs. tion City, on Sept. 21. Several of the R. Holtxclaw, at Rolckow, Mo. She wee lielden died Monday. supreme and grand lodge o Ulcers and the oldest daughter of the late BenjaT. F. CLARKE. Let Danka the Jeweler repair your members will be present, and a number min Dltckerby and waa a splendid, ChrisHouse Building, Danville, Ky. Clemens of good speeches will be made upon the tian lady. watches, clocks and jowelry. ..9 "good of the order." A splendid band Miss Ethel Griflin, the beautiful Lost. A Miwonlc pin. Finder ple8e of music will be in attendance, and tho young lady who spent a portion of last return to Miss Octavia 8izemore. festivities will end In the evoning with a summer with Miss Annie Bronaugh and who made many friends supplies, tablets, new sta- - prand ball. For school .. J here, died at her home in Chattanooga As Executors of the estate ofon L Damon, deed. tionary uoto W. B. MoRcberta. we will Fircv Days Bill Baughman got on a Tuesday alter an extonded illness. Eyes scientifically toiled free ol tear Tuesday night nnd assaulted Elijah 1st, 1896, Baughman with rocks, sticks, Ac, beCamp Meeting. Fiat Rock, Ky., Sepcharge at Craig & Hocker'a Caah Store. At his late residence, sell at public outcry to tho I Ono and sides creating a genoral disturbance on tember 5, 1890. highest bidder, brick for sale Main street. Marshal Newland had to 200,000 d faro for tho round trip during I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory. cboap. Waller O. Greening, Hustonvllle, knock him down before he could take mooting from Oakdale, Tenn., Danville, About Two Hundred Acres I am back from the cities with cvervlhln(f that Ice regularly every morning. Price vUii and pretty in the Millinery Ky. him to jail, where he spent the night Ky , and all stations between. Great In- Of tine Hanging Kork land. This land is situated Is new store will convince you that line. stock Is thi my in a good community, 4 miles North of Stanford, to 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. bathing his battered head, Next morn- terdenominational Good on the Stanlord and Dsnvil.c pike. It is in tine the most complete. meeting. TYrawRiTiNa andstenography prompt-lElegant line Linens and Embroidery Materixl. state of cultivation, mostly in grass, and is well ing on being presented at court he swore speakers. Ask agonta about rates and fenced. The dwelling is a story and half brick Any amonnt between 10 and too lbs at clo. M1SSLICCIK nKA7.Let done at this ofllce, by Miea Oalllo Uor-toAll MUs must positively be paid the first of each Stanford, Ky Judgo Carson off the bench, but hoaeem' schedules. W.O. Riuearson, G. P. A., with frame ell, a good one. with necessary outnth. E. UREMER. Give her a chance. buildings. Convenient to school, only about aco ed to hnve jumped from the frying pan Cincinnati, O. ' Mill adjoinyards away, and a No. liurr land. Fall lino of Zalgler shoes now at into tho fire for Special Judge P. M. McThe total length of railroad tracks in ing theLand will be offered as a whole and then In Tne S. SHELBY & SHELBY, each and which of about Shanks. Zeigler'a aboea aro the raoa Roberts stuck it to him to the tune of $20 the U. 8. is 179,821 milea, being a net in two parcelsamounts to100 Acres will be accepted, A. the tuoit ever way comfortable, most Btyliab, most durable and 30 days, which Is equal to 50 days in crease in mileage for the year of 1,176 l'ossesiou for seeding purposes will be given day Surgeon sale and entire possession fan, 1, 1897. hia case. Dentist, and the cheapest. miles. The liabilities of the companies afiPt the The above will be sold for one third Terms. Jan 1, 1897; tho balance owning them is $11,070,901,014, and the cash, to be paidinstallments. A bond with In and approv Tub difference betweon the feoling to1 vears. enual K. ok H. Deputy Grand Dictator of City, - Kontuckv. $12,029,524,S05. Tho total traflio ed security, bearing interest from day of sale, must Knlghta of Honor, A. Lawson, of wards a sure enough candidate of a great assets the be given by tho purchaser Liien reiaineu on tana to 11,093,139,005. Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsle; L. L. DAWSON, lor deferred aajmenu s Turnouts. Promnt Attenticn. Verv Loulavllle, lectured to Hope Lodge No. party and the decoy candidate of a non- amouuted liuilding. J. H. BRIGHT, Reaaonable Rates. A portion of your patronage 1 Engineer Layman, who died from a night. descript aggregation was plainly shown Executors. 19 at Odd Fellowa Hall last respectfully solicited. iS 6m. W. Va., covered . in Louisville the other day. People fell hemorrhage at Grafton, ol Mrs. Mary A. Dawion deAs Administrator Wuilk attempting to separate two over each other to eeo and get near Mr. hiB friend, Fireman Tate, with blood. ceased, I will at the same time and place sell the THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Tato was held on a charge of murder till following property: Btrangera who wero fighting at LexingBryan, but a Stanford contleman, who Household and Kitchen rnrni- Cow and Calf, ton Tuesday, Ben Ferrill, of the West waa In Louisville when Gen. Palmer was the coroner'a inquest exonerated bim. ture, Beds and iieddinx, Sheets, Ulankets, Pillow things &c, money democrats think Mc Slips, Shams, Termsand otherknown ontoo numerous on ono of his Sound End, was severely cut day ol sale. made I detlre to rent for the year 18.17 two adioinioz there the other day, nays be walked to mentioa. Is Agent for The W L. DAWSON, Aomr. ia making a great mistake in farms about i miles East of Moreland, in Linhands. unattended and ordered his back Kinley about coln county, one ccntalntng tao acres and the othL,lic harping on the tariff isane in hia speech-eCo. er 160 acres. About 30 acre on each farm to go in Caution. Slnco we use nothing but himself on the atreet to go to the depot, On the same day I will sell some of my person- - corn and about as acres In each to go in small And The lioth farms well watered. CO islsting of aoo shocks of Corn, a nice lot of grain: balance in grass, wheat, and guarantee every pound being the object of no more attention alty, Belect and nogs, Dwelling house bow anu rigs, The Norfolk and Weatorn road waa Millet Hay in atacc,t 1 rockaway Horse, 7 laiharness alto good tenant ol 7 rooms on tao acre tract four house. Dwelling house of of our flour, you should insist on having than he and hia companion, a worthy a Cows and Calves, grind- gentleman of Danville. If you have Bold at foreclosure for 13,000,000 tubject Mare, Iluggy and Harness, Surrey and Harness. rooms on 160 acre tract. Good barns and good Aetna Accident our goods. Some other inllla are 01 rouiiry. Company. wagon, nice It was ond Kitchen rniture. 101Terms made jiouicqqiu outbuildings on both. They will be rented sepamortgage of 122,000,000. known on rately or together, either. ing anoutty and musty wheat. J. H. any doubts of the correctness of this ask to a Best and Most Favorable Terms ol Insurance M. CARTER, SR., Moreland, Ky. L. L. DAWSON. j. 154 bought by the bondholders' committee. day of sale, Hon, J. N. Saunders about it. Baughman & Co. Wbito-ColsoBack-band- UNDERTAKING -- t T CL WPGJJZKTj se-c- urn Practical Trimmer, Embalmer A uu-d- auf-lici- eut 17-2- 0. sta-tiom- ry Watch Repairing -- ' THOMAS DALTON, - - 1 GontiDde Oar Sale Mid-dlesbo- ro lo e, ENTIRE STOCK W. May-woo- H. WE A REN & CO. n IT IS A FACT. g Mill, ll Shanks-Baldwin- Furniture, Caskets, Coffins and Carpets, W. W. WITHERS, 4 ? Nebras-kanHillb- e Miss Bettio V. Logan, OUR BUYER Loads ii js-- Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE Por-celaiiiiB- Dead i I M Of Goods. ' Na-tha- n SEVERANCE & SON. En-piem- an Executors' Sale of Land J m Thursday, Oct. 29-Oc- tober KinaT-CLA- es TO TElS X.ADEES ICE, one-thir- y n. i T 1 r PRICE, i 1 Stanford, Ky. sg Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction First-Clas- . Two Farms For Rent. M. W. JOHITSOXT. Itis. a. New York 1 Insurance What the Times Have Done Good Done You. . I For Us and What it has What A Little Money n Can Buy Of Us. Make .a note of these Prices. They are no Shoddy Goods but the best the Market Affords. All goods Guaranteed. Suits sold heretofore for $2.50 and $3, now $1.50. All wool suits that sold for $3.50 and $4, now $2.50. Suits sold every where for a great deal more money, now $3.50. There are so many Bargains in this department it will pay you to look through. C?XXX31.XXC.SSIKr We will BOYS tm ouiCheviots, double breasted, give you Black All Wool V- Hi. I lorn s Don't Miss This Opportunity. for $5. Better value $7.50 to. $10. Don't rnsNT OUR MENS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is Complete. Our stock of Mens' Suits cannot be surpassed. Suits for $7.50, $8 and $10. Cannot be equalled any where in the country. OVERCOATS at prices to suit the times. Better values than ever soft and known before. HATS, Fine Fedora Hats. Sold heretofore for $1, now 75c. Crush, wide-brim- , stiff. Hats lower than ever. SHOES. The best line in the market. NECKWEAR, SHIRTS of the very latest styles and patterns. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Prices Lower Than The Low est m Plain Figures. THE GLOBE The republican executive committee 3 J. L. FROHMAN & CO., W. S. BTTKCS, Attorney Proprietors, J. T. JOIsTSS, Is a Candidate foi DANVILLE, KT. SAM V. MENEFEE enfl of Lincoln County, sub-icc- " WILLIA MSB URO, WJTITLE Y CO. Stanford, Office on - - at Law, Kentucky. SS House. Collection! receive especial attention. Lancaster Street, opposite the Court of this district met here Wednesday to A very much needed rain (ell here hear the content of the late primary elecTuesday afternoon. filed by Hon. John D. Whitova. Whitley waa well represented at the tion, D. G. Colson. Every one knew beforeKnox County Fair last week. hand how the matter would go, as Mr Mies Gertrude Lester very elegantly NOTICE J t to the action of the democratic pity Tin & Sheet Iron Works, GARLAND SINGLETON Stanford, Ky. , eB;l' Havinc bought and Kod will at icmi nuiiacst ai will hare charge ,he """'J of J. V Adams hi. Coal vTlant Uowlaad, Ky ,1 will continue tfce stiu piaec w 1. SAUXDKKS of it as tic is well known In tint J. It. HK.GINM entertained her friends Monday evening. The Cemetery Lo. is having a reei- dence for the eexton built on their J F. BARKER, Proprietor, grounds. - The republican!? organized a McKin- liy club here Saturday night with about Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. 125 members. Large 'Remodeled and refurnished throughout. The Academy opened its Fall term and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Uelli. Wednesday and the Institute last week, Proinpt.and polito service to guest. t both with good attendance. James Jackson, colored, died Saturday morning at his home here, ilia re mains were taken to uanvme lor interF. B. RILBY. Proprietor, ment. Rev. J. N. Prestridge, who has bad London. - - - Kentucky. the typhoid fever, is improving rapidly. I have moved ta my new Hotel and am bettti Albert Faris, who has been in Silver prepared than ever to accommodate the public Lake, Kansas, is here viaitlng bis mothGood Livery attached, and every convenience d sired. Give me a call. er. FRANK RIL.XY, J7 Elder J. B. Dickson, of ABheville, N. 0., haB accepted a call from the Chris A. G. I.anham John B. Cattleman. tian church bere and will arrive to take charge of his work the first Sunday in BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. White did tiirnself. lie had already secured an injunction proceeding from the Laurel circuit court prohibiting the committee from declaring Co'son the nominee. White tiled no proof on tho contest proposition and the committee simply dismissed it. Sole proprietor Dean's lllaclc Diamond Root Is a candidate for Superintendent I'ut'ltc Schools Paint. Kttimates furnished for palntmp Wood, of Lincoln County, subject to the actiou of in. Metal and Iron Roofs. Satltlaction guaranteed. democratic party All roots punted with Dean', lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Iieairrs in tiett Cistern Pumps and Galvanised Iron Kilters, Oalvau-Uc- d and lllack lion Roofing uf all I. mill. si tt Is a candidate 'or Astravor of Lincoln county, subject lo the action ef the democratic party. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. FRANK S. GREEN LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Janus 0. Griffin, a silversmith of Eubank8, died Saturday. Mr. Griflin has bad tiis shop bere for several months, ana had gone home on a visit. He intended to move his family here soon. He was about 37 years of age, and leaves h wife and four children to mourn his lose, who have the sympathy of a host of admiring friends. Monday afternoon while loading a shotgun, James Clements, at his home on Doe Creek, let the breech tlip through the door, and on pulling it out he struck the hammer againBt the plankb, discharging it, the omenta of it enter-in- s the lower abdomen, and lodging in the bowels. He is not yet dead, but there is no hopes of bia long surviving the shot. Sheriff W. 0. Adams returned from a several days ramble Monday afternoon. He reports that he was at Frankfort on business, and while so near, he went to Kentucky proud, progressive, buetllng metropolis on a visit, but from his over looks, and care worn wearied, visage, wo are unqualifiedly compelled to believe that he was out in some far sequestered nook, "mourning over the cruoltyof (wo)tnan," us he and M. K. Humphrey had jiiBt returned from a visit to Mt. Olive just before his departure, Mrs. Minnie Lee and her mother. Mrs. Ford, went to LonUville Tuenriay Frank Ball, of Linnle, and D G Port-mawent to that city Monday to purchase their wintrr stock of goods, and W. H.Wilkinson went also Tuesday on the Bame business. Dr. R. A. 'Jones returned from Louisville Tuesday afternoon, where he bad been to attend the hltr democratic rally, and to hear young Bryan's cometic display of oratory. MIbs Amanda 0. Stone has gone to Louisville to attend the High School there, her father, Judgo J. Boylo Stone, accompanied her to be there at tho big democratic demonstration, and also, of course to represent tho unterrifiad etalwartneBB of couraged democracy of the 8partan-liked n THE RILEY HOUSE INSURANCE COMPANY OF'- - LIVERPOOL. BS&BEE S CHSTLEMB. MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. . W. A. TMBBKE, LOCAL AGENT, Stanford, Portland' Kentucky. .17" San Francisco. ..To the., NOBTMWJB3ST .........Via Ihe., i yLCUISVIttE.Htw'AtBAIlftCHICACOliTKQ Only I Dicing Car Route From &omsTrxr.:LE TO CHICAGO. Elesant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address FRANK J. REID.) .G. P. Agent, I ) .Chicago. Be sure Moaon f P. P. A. Louisville to call f'r Route. o- - E.H.BACON (. Denver. St Paul. of Frankfort, spent J. L. wetk with his brMher-in-laWhitehead. Dr. P. A. Pennington bsB returned from Portsmouth, 0., where he has been for several months with his brother. Union Christian EnThe deavor Convention will hold its next annual meeting here, commencing Friday evening, Oct. 9. This union takes in several counties of Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. A large and profitable meeting is expected. Mr. A. J. Parker is sick with the fever. Mrs. Charles Tydinif, of LeNois, Tenn., is visiting her father, Mr. M. A. Moore. Mr. J. B. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, is here with relatives. Mr. Win, Perkins was in Cincinnati this week buying goods for his new store. La6t Saturday morning Mre. Chap. Martin and some children were Oahing in the river here on the saw logs in the boom. A log rolled and two cf the children fell in, and in attempting to rescue them, Mrs. Martin and another child fell in. They were all rescued by s me young men near by. Notwithstanding every effort' that can be pat forth is being used, the democrats will gtt the largest vote in Whit ley this Fall they hove ever polled. The republicans are leaving nothing undone, not even to publishing and scattering broadcast letters purporting fo havo been written by refugees from justice, who are now iu Mexico. Of course such letters will not have much effect hero, where the pHrtlea Bra known and they themselves are afraid to come and vote. laBt w, Trl-State October. Mr. Ilawkius, invited in th. far that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of th. National Uank ar secured not only by th. capital nock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor aa amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ol thli Institution ar. tecured by a fund of $430,000. five sworn statements of thecondition of th. bank Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subar. mads each y.arto Ihe United Sutei gov. taject to the action of tho democratic party. rn. nl and its assets ara .lamined at staled times : : by government agenu, thus securing addititoea and perfect safety 10 depositors. Office on Lancaster Street, at IteiideDcc. This institution, originally .stabli.h.d as the Depoiit Hank of Stanford in ie;J, then Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln (ounty, utd as the National Hank ol Stanford in iScj and the First National Uank ol subject to the action of the democratic party. again Stanford ia i&tt, has had practically an uninterYour support it earnestly solicited. rupted esistcoce of ts years. It Is hotter supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten ly and liberally than ever before ia its long and Acres of Land, Tor dale. Has on it a good, comhonorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidufortable D welling of fcjix Rooms, and all necessary ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toileoutbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, ted. terlng stock, also a splendid, never falling well. subject to the action of the democratic party. Th. Dir.ctorr of this liank is composed ol ror runner particulars apply to Forcstus lletd, Lincoln county; J AS. I'. BAILEY, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Stanfoid, Ky. 3 J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly, J. W, Hayden, Stanford; subject to the action ct the democratic party, and : : S. H. llaughtnan,t Lincoln; earnestly asks your support. J. S.Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanlord; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; KENTUCKY. Is a candidate for Astetsor of Lincoln, subject to T. 1 Hill, Kit. ford; action of the democratic party. Thinking the K. L. Tanner, McKinney; o the people of West Lin- southern end of the county i. entitled to a slice Offers his service M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, Ky coln and Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffins of the pie he asks your support. tod Caskets always on hand, J. 8. I locker, President; H. Carpenter, Manager. D. 55 Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashlor; A. A. McKinney, AsiUCashier is DE, W. B. PE2T1TZ", J. F. HOLDAM Capital Stock- Surplus Att.ntion of th. public 3100,000 23,700 Is a candidate for A.iesser of Lincoln county, subject .o the action of the democratic party SAMUEL M. OWENS Dentist, Stanford, Ky, EMMETT McCORMACK M. FOR SALE. F. ELKLN JOE T. EMIJRY C. G. J. T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, BAKER WILLIAM MOREL AND Two Farms For Sale. m-t- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject to the action of the democratic party. lie kindly asks your support Fanners Bank&Trnst Capital Co LIVERY, FEED & SALE OF STANFORD, KY., Farm No, 1 contains 291 acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which is in grass; (snowfully.organiied and ready lor business witk well watered; with good improvements, includroof tobacco barn for 10 acre crop. ing new al of Paid up This farm is situated in what is pronounced the best district in Kentucky for White Hurley ToSurplus, . 0,000. bacco. Comfortable residence house. A go-- d Residence House in Stanlord, with store home on same lot. for sale. The lotcontains Farm No. a containa 300 acres In same locality, easily divided, putting storeacre, and can be SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL with brick dwelling. Large atock and tobacco house and residence on separato lots. At roason UANK OF STANFORD, barns. One of the best improved farms in the able price and on easy terms. Apply to Now closing up) with the same assets and uad.i county. Ky. I. N. SAUNDERS, Stanlord, J3tf tho same management. My provisions of its chatter, denontor. Both farms are in fine state of preicivntlon, well watered ond fenced. Close to R. It. depot, schools, .fully protected as ate depositors in National market and on a tine turnpike. Banks, Its shareholders being held Individually For information apply to uaole to the latent of th amount of their stock J. N. SAUNDERS, therein at th. par value thtreol, In addition to th 10 Stanford, Ky. amount invested in such shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully u And seo the new HataatMis. Dudderar's Temple ol Fashion this week. New Legon, new sn individual. M. S. IlAt'GHMiN. J. W. IlAUCIIMAh, Panamas, all the new Persian effects In Flowers To those who entrusted their bulsloeis to us and Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low Prices. while mnaglng the Lincoln National llaukol Dress making done in too latest style ana on short Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and M. D, DUDDKRAK. trust tbey will continue to transact their businosi notice. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attsn-lio- n MRS. KATE DUDDKRAR. to samo, our twenty years' eapcrionce la PKOrRlETORSbanking and at liberalaccoutmodations as arecoa-intewith sound banking. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. $200,000. . .. Come One, Como All. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- STABLE, - Kentucky. Stanford, first-class ' MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS n nt M J. Williams, ML Vernon; DIBKCTOHi: e Casey. mtmmmmmmmmmmmH de- In Lincoln county, Ky.,atr per cent., seml-anual interest; no commission charged. Address II you need livery give u a call. Nothing out GEO. W. HAW. Room 17, Keuyoa Huildlng, Louisville, Ky. turnouts will leave our stable. See us ther Information, For blank oiapplications and fur inquire J. N. Saunders, Atxr rates. ;Inour s torney, Stanlord, Ky. serted her husband and eloped with Al Boiling, a convict recently pardoned by Gov. Bradley. Mrs. James Goine, of Frankfort, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices, first-clsi- UTTM7Q I will tak all the hides I can Ret ILlLfCiQ. for cash or In trade tor work and satifactory court days at Stanford or at my home leather on in Otton-h.lTiy our horse shuer. Chas. Ennalin, Tanner S. H. Shanks, b'tanford; J.S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Etubry. Stanford; J. 11. Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cass, Stanford; William GoochStanlord; A. W, Carpenter, MllledgevilU, W.'if.lCumniins.JI'reacbers i Mr, S, H. Shanks, President, Dr. Owsley, Cashier, W M. liright, T.ller. J.a s -&-.