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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896092201 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 VOL. XXV. MA i-We- ekly IntERIOK Journal; STANFORD KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22,-1896. NO. 59 ORATORY CHURCH CHIMES. CHAD ORCHARD. FJIMIA-Idhid IrrefuUihk AryntiunU World Wilhonl The quart home of J. W. James was Luc'en L. Coley 16 yearB oil, and Rev. Mr. Scroggs, of Mt. Vornor, WILLIAM SHELTON, Ernl i,f. . IK. Lynch Going broken open Saturday night and several preached at tho Baptist church Sunday. Alice Croft, 13 years old, were married In Thirmjh csunesln Lilm. Greek, KraacH, Enz'iih. to IMlhnore, (c. Studentms. Teachflrt?. All lpoeUIUts gallons ol whisky stolen. Princeton. lilua Mrs. Laura Mooro has bsen appointEocutloa. Sitinted ia tho Mmhcmtlc, Natural nnd Moral Science. Mu!c, Art and of ctimW, betuty of Danvim.k, Ky., Sept. 21. Tbo fact Tim Poiat Mr. E.K.Sutton, of Loutaville, nnd' bill club nnd ed matron atttiB Eastern Kentucky Asy- Gran lecuon ol Kentucky j dimnjiiiihed fir heatttituine deciding where you will acenerf, re&nenent I your daughter eo of society. Kail Session opens September 7. Before Mlas Daisy Mercer, of Harrodeburg, will that "There In Trouble In tin Land" wag Orab Orchard played on tho latter's lum. next year, be sure to write for Our Now Catalogue. A4drc, told iu aong here Saturday night at 7:30 Rrounda Saturday. The ganio ended with a tf marry In October. MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFIjEY, Lidyr Principal, Stanford. Ky. Tho remains of Mrs. Molllo RobinBillable nt by Col. Jack (Jhinti, Hob Franklin and a score of 11 to 7 in favor of Crab Or- son were brought to Crab Orchard from 'Harry Monday committed Parkersburg, W. Va, and loft a note civ Rodney Jono ax a magaillcunt prelude chard. Corbin Saturday anil buried btsido her j 4 f I' Rev. Jesse Caldwell closed an inter- husband, Mr. Sim Robineon, who died Inn r B a caneo tbat be was disappointed to the ora'cy that who to nllow. After In Ilia wife. Thev had not been married the f.tiiltlmi rendition of the above uow esting protracto I meeting at Antioch but a few months ago. Nationally popular rong, Mr. Franklin Christian church vvit'i 52 additions quite a week. Mr. Stark Fish, of Vincennes, Ind ( : Treasurer G. W. Long and Alias Tin-i- whb introiliii't.! and made a tilling dem- to the church. Richmond P.tntagrapb. was calld hoiiui on account of the .Ul The Chrin'ittn church here extended married September 30. ocratic Bpuech, which wi-- loudly Addoma will bo of his father. Miss Anna Austin, of The prospective brido is a aleter of Apthroughout At lis conclusion ft unauiiiinus call for another year, Sun Lancaster, is visiting Mies Lizzio Beaz-lepellate Clerk Addams, who married Miss at about 0 o'clock Hon Allen O Myers, day, to Pastor J. T. Sharrard, who conSchool Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything Everybody is gtting ready to go to of Ohio, was introduced and mnde a tinues to grow in tho good will of his the Brodbead fair. Mrs. Bailey, of Poln' Eva Duohanan. in our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised by Cash George l Ohlnn, boh of Col. Jck Bpeech which Col. llobert J. Iireckin members and tho public generally. Burnable, is a guest ot Mrs. Isaac HerA Houses. Thu Covington Commonwealth, in ri n and Jaughter. Oalnn, and Mis Annie Carlisle, cousin ridge saB wan the greatest political pro'.I of Socretnry Carlisle, nud who has assis- duction he ever listoned to, and hence reviewing the pastoral work of Dr, Willie King, only son of Mr. Perry o ted Mrs. Carlisle In many of ler Wash- nn further testimony is needed to dem- Mitchell, Bays in tho last thn-- yearn he King, died Saturday and was buried Sunington enterlalnmentB, were married in onstrate lis force and logic. It lasted has received 510 persona into his church, day nt 1 p. m. Willie had been a sufferer Accurately compounded bv nn Experienced Pharmacist . Lexington. until nearly 12 o'clock, the beginning of has hurled 107 and married 284 couple?. from that dread diseJBC consumption for from new drugs and pure Uov. W. It Davidson writes ub from many months and it should be a conio The Southern Methodist Hoard of tho Sabbath day (which Bro. Lloyd said EducAtlon reports 03 colleges and Insti- in hia meeting at Stanford last week does McKlnnoj: "Our meeting atSouth Som- litiou to his devoted parents to know he fc? tutions of higher learning with 15,D03 not now exist,) was near at hand, but erset hae just closed with 35 additions to is now at rest, where Buffering is un- M r students. The total valuo of grounds when Mr. Myers reached tho customary the Baptist church and several conver- known and to know while living every: The hlRhest "in conclusion let me say," thero were sions who will join other churches. Pas- thing that could be done by kind and .! : ...-...-V- and buildings is J 555,000 U Vanderbllt University, loud nud vociferous cries from all over ter Millican did the baptizing at the loving parents aud sisters was done for Tho Southern Methodist statistics the crowded e to "Go on, go church Tutsday night In tli9 presenco of hii comfort. kkkk-kr juat issued, show an Increase in member-Bhl- p on; wo ain't ready for you to quit speak- a packed house in decency and in orSaturday night while the patrons of of 25,001. There are 12,102 preach- ing vet," although ho had rpoken for der." wero having a Turkey town school-hous- e -- John Murphy, who was hero Satur- box ers, and tho total of preachers and mem- nearly three hours. He paralyzed reBupper to pay for some repairs needbers Is 1, 425,751. Of church edifices thero publican arguments and proved conclu- day, tolls us thai Elder J. G. Livingston ed on their school building, Mr. Ab Fish are 13,063 and of parsonages 3,402, the sively by Gen. Palmer's famous order baptized 20 in tho Hanging Fork near entered about tho time the last box was value of all being 25,0 1.ISS. and many other things that he was dis- his houso Friday as the result of hie being sold and began to use very bad lau .DEALERS in. A dispatch from Ijincaster Bays: Ut- tinctively originally and nova Bon-oHe was a meeting at tho Union chnrch at Mort guage and raise a disturbance. ter Pope and Miss Ella Moore, of Hoyle, gun. Mr. Myers stid "What we'll do for land. Mrs. Bragsdale, aged 78 and very gotten out of the house and while atK dtove over from Danville Friday after- McKinley in Ohio in November will be intlrm, wasoueof them. Two professed tempting to cut Mr. Elijah King, was noon and were married in the parlor o' a plenty." If the right thing is done, religion on the banks of tho river and struck on tho bold by him and so serPainters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. Y. the Mason Hotel, the Kev. iously injuring him that he was thought according to the opinion of many prom were baptized at once. osofllciatlng. Tliey left home Darnley Beaufort, who claims to I o to be in a dviiK condition Sunday morn-ta- g inent politicians, Mr. Myers will be petitensibly to attend n party In Garrard, tioned to come to this district again and an English Lord and who has been DBal Mr. King was badly cut in the and thereby atole a march on the old make a few speeches. As a political shown to bo a fraud nnd tho subject of a hand while trying to defend himBelf. fjlke. And again Crab Orchard boya have had Give us a c ill .i id bi convinced. h pea Iter he has no equal, except William sensational scandal at too college conA GOOD SUGGESTION. ducted by tho Trappist monks at the the awful example of what whisky will Jennings Bryan. The elocutionary onteat nt the opern monaetery at Uelheetnnnt, Kv., created do when placed before them. When Mr. To the Kiliterot ihe laiemr Journal. Congressional district, house hero Friday night resulted In MUb another fonsnlion Sunday in Louisville's Fish was sober he wns quiet and gentle Down in t)u Ellztbethtown convention, whiahltau Clark being victorious. It will be most fashionable Ihptiat church by ask- manly, but drink changed bis whole na was called to put lortti a democratic can- - remeuihend that she took part in the ing membership In it. The matter ws ture. Hia mothBr of course U heart-broken as ho is her only child. The dldate fir Congress adjourned in tho uruHl rntwit in Stanford, June 10, and taken uuder Advisement. family of Mr. King of course are also midst of disorder and confusion, with , of nearly 000 sIih had midienne IARMAXD TRADE ITEMS. drawn into the atlair unavoidably and ad Smith, of Larue, and Murray, of ltreck- - j Iimny fottowurA" who thought that eho ioridge, both claiming the democratic There are two Dicks with records of have toetiiler because of drink. m,i receive first jUiz, and one of the nomination, und both announcing ti'ir three Jadges thought so. In tho art of 2:12J. Ltkr. A dispatch says that Mr. Fish the tight before elocution she is u pronounced star, died last night. Stock ewes for eale. F. P. Blst op, determination to make tie people in the November election. j j,ar, uttV. J. W. Lynch preach yiH Stanford. We have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Lowest SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Allerton, 2:00j, is the siro of seven years I have heard Which of these two gentlemen ia the terday. In Prices they will be sold. 2:."0 performers. regular nominee seems to bo a maUar of ,j,n manv timed, and age taken into A.J.Paaker, a young attorney of Katie Mack, 2:13, is Robert McGrog-or'- e WillianiBburg, died of typhoid fever Satdoubt, ttiey both havo a large cir- - deration, he has few equals and no 10th 2:15 trotter. urday. e'e of friendH who claim it for each ol M1U.riorH. Ho announced that by W. P. Carson sold to Woods A Lynn A breach Iuh been made in thH tntion lio will preauti in Baltimore next John McIIone, who baa been in jail at Richmond tor'the p?st year, charged in the district which will prevent Sunday. I judged by hm atmounce- - a bunch of fat hoga at2jc pity l - III.,.. .. .1 . ( bl Jltll.1 I n -- Sallie Bi)ton, 2:17j, is the dam of with the murder of Otiamp Mullins, gave ine eirCllOll CIt Clllier, mm tin it oiniiua munt that the Danville Baptist church is bond for $750 and nes released. John W. I.e win, the republican from uuuiit to stiller a great loss, though he Starlight, 2:15, and Surpal, 2:10J. E. T. Pence sold to Hestor A Bush a Washington county, la annul of his eaid ho had only received an invitation Because his father would not take Mr. Murray has signified his to preach In the city nbovo mentioned bunch of extra fine eheop at 2.25. him to the Methodist conference ut SomUoan Nelly, the dam of Dan T. erset, Kay Deering, eon of Kev. T. T. His willingness to step down and out, in the aud knew not its Hignillcance. Intereatof ptrty harmony, if Mr. Smith clinch is always crowded here at bnth 2:00, was 25 when suolfoalod that little Ueering, of Nichoiasville, has run away will do likewise, and let the party name luornuu aud night Eerviceayand he is phenomenal. from home aud ia reported t j have gone John Napier bought of Rockcastle to Florida with a gang of tramps. BJtne other candidate to nnko tho race exceedingly popuUr, not oijly with his against Mr Lewis. This is what should membeis, but everybody. I never heard county parties a bunch of mountaiu catClarence Whitfield and Olarinda double Scotch Soles.3a liuttram, ot Pine Knob, went to Somerhi done, and Mr. Creppa Beckham, of him conduct a service in which ho did tle at 2 to 2c. The owner of Jupe, the great Nebon county, Is tno man of nil others not refer either in prayer or pennon to set and wero married. Soon after the with a record of 2:17, baa refus- ceremony Thomas Phillips, of Pine Knob, who should be given the democratic his mother. He loves to call the blessed coud arrived and bad the alandard. He Is brainy and cleau, attrac- name, than which thero la none sweeter, ed f 10,000 for him. James Given sold to John C. John- ple arrested, Whitfield for grand larceny tive and popuar, a finished scholar, i not oven heaven. I aaw tears profusely Ciurtly gentleman nud n niiperb orator, dropping from the eyea of one of his son, of Boyle, a bunch of two and tbe charge being that he took $30 from cattle at 3c redeem the old Fourth to de- members Sunday aa she stammeringly Phillips, who claims he ia the husband of who can all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, half single Mattie II., formerly owned bv Abo "(Jlariuda liuttram." Mrs. Whitfield On mocracy and give Kentucky a young sml "I feel like we are going to lose Bro. Scotch Soles. Congressman of whom tho Stato can bo Lynch," an I tbis echoes the sentiment Smith, of Boyle, won tho championship was arrested for bigamy. A large piotol " JS. hunat the races at Vienna. Mav ho vet live mi was fouud on Whitfield when lie was ar- tSTGents Furnishing Goods, &c. of the church. juitly proud. An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress A. C. Dunu is getting up a string of rested. dred years to eoutinuMie good work lie Yours for Bargains, Goods. Tkaciikiib' Association. Prof. E L. is doing. With MibS Nannie StoJghill horses to take to the Brodhead fair. He SHELBY CITY. Grubbs wheeled to Waynesburg Satur- aa organist and Capt. Wm. J. Price aa will have some "crackerjacks " association, Born on the 10th to the wile of It. L. day to attend the l:h district Star Pointer won three Btraight heats of Bro. Lynch's He cornetist, tho music Mr. T. 11. Singleton, from Frank Agin and Robert J. nt Mys- Grubbs a fine girl. choir is simply niperb. Kev. li. F. Taylor, of iiarrodsburg, arrived at 11 a. m , after stopping 45 min.Iok F. Watkiif. tic Park, Mas?'., Friday, best time, 2:02J OUR STOCK OF utes at Squire Faulkner's to repair ft Dr. J. B. Owaloy is preparing to sow preached at the Baptist cbutcu Sunday punctured tire, and found Mr Singleton Danville Itkmj -- Manager ..Rowland 200 ucres of w heat. His lust crop spoiled to a large audience. addressing r goidly number nt tho has closed a contract with Yunderbilt for iu the shock and he had to feed it to his Mrs. 11. S. Uias3C0x ia sick of tychurch on the subject of physiology. Tho a game of foot ball in Danville Saturday, mules, but ho cuts and comes again with phoid fever, iler eiot ot Danville, 13 witu her. Mr association wit opened at 10 o'clock by Oct. 10. A stiiblti on the premises of J. a larger area. singing "Wo are Workers of the King," W. Yerkee was burned thia morning It is remarkable that while com sold Wilson Ilttuinsr is recovering from fever. Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the n Miss Alia Hicks, organist. Rev. . Lieut. H. Y. Grubbs leaves the --M'.h about half past one o'clock, together with atttioBeazley Bros', sale nt 57 cents n residue led In then read a chapter aud for Fort Blitu, near El Paso, Texas, to a lot of provender, boiuo harness nud a barrel standing in the field, it sold at prayer. The welcome address was de- phaeton pouy. Dr. Oaspari, charged Hams' sale two miles further from town join the 18th regiment of iufaulry. Iio livered by Rev. N Singleton. Response with utealing a horse and buggy belong- at 75 under the eame conditions. stops over Friday with hie relative, W. by U.S. Young omitted, ho not being ing to Mrs. Ribards, was acquitted, but G. Daugherty, of Bowling Greou. D. Wearen, general agent KanGeo. present. Methods of Promoting Order Mrs. Caspar!, accused ol beiug an acces- sas City Hay Press Co., has a sample Ah Died on the at Junction City, You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. Mr. Uharles Atkins, burial Tuesday in wob next discussed by tho seven teach sory to tho nlTenae, was given a year in Steel Hay Presa with feed circle power, 12 absentees on ers preaent out of 10; the penltiutiary. In the caajs againet that he will Bell at wholedale price f jr the cemetery, ilia son, Joseph Atkine, account ol measles nud excuses of vari- Frank Ellis and Joe Wright, charged cash or will trade for No ljtimotby hay. ia iu bed of nervous prostration. Mi ous kinds. Methods of Teaching Prima- with maliciously shooting and wounding A Nevada atockman who has been James Coppage is able to get about now ry Pupils was discussed by tho associa-- t Jason Blackerty, tho charge againU Ellis oxpjrimontlng Biys; beef cattle driven Thu Knights ot Honor have everyon. Teachers present were: Miss Kate was dismissed and tho proaocution of 25 miles without wntji- will shrink 50 thing in readiness for their picnic ThursBlain, Snpt., T. H. Singleton, Misses Lu-l- a Wright continued until the next term. pounds to each animal, allowing feed day. Several of the highest otlicera will and Alia Hicks, L. O. Gooch, J. M. John Weber, charged with selling liquor nud drink at tho end of the journey be preaent and make speeches. Tbe Metal Roofing Acton, J. W. Acton nnd A. M. Wa.ren. unlawfully, was fined 100 aud coats in Knights are looking forward to au enjoyweighing. UnMr. Grubba wenUo EubankB to eeo Ball Bros., of jWoodford, havo sold able time ono ca3o and one cont and costs in anothdo Jimmy Coed, postmaster, telegraph er. Tho indictment agiinat Frink Ellis their premium saddle gelding, McKinley Mt. Vkiinon. Ktv. and Mrs. Luther operator and depot ngont, threo in one. for tho murder of "Cage" Rowsoy was to a Cuban planter for S00. McKinley M.Scroggs attended the funeral of Dr. Ho waBa teacher of Mr. Grubbs at Shel- filed away, with leave to reinstate, as E won the first prizi at.tho Kansas City W. (J. Young, wlucu occurred on SaturG. by City Fall of 1880. HoraeShow last week for saddle gelding, day morutug at Danville. Kev. Scroggs lis is now confined in tho penitentiary. B. G. Fox told for Will Curry, to J. D. auy nge, and also in thelhigh school class. preached at Crab Orchard on Sunday. C. Lt. Gov. Worthlngton Issued a parLa , a pair of Bailey A Drye returned with their Grab Orchard has a promising junior, Nethorcut, indicted for Sitiima A Son, of Franklin, don to William mules for $233. Advocateliorees Saturday night. They were pai- - eudeavor, superintended by Miss Ritchie murder in Carter county in October, ticularly fortunate at all the fairs, but at Nothercut killed ono Stephens 1SO0. Healthy, happy children make belter men and Tho list ot entries of tho Louisville Uorue Cave they captured everything women of us all. A little caio and a little plan assaulted his dnriugtho war, who had uioe before birth i often more Important than Driving and Fair Association shows a to thoy showed for. Kate Malloy took tho aoytnine that can be done after On the motbe.'i wife. Ho was a eoldler ami an otllcer Thero blue He in the 100 aweopatake saddle health mid Uroogth depend the life and the future 200 horses entered. durlug tho Confederacy; and is now 72 tal of of the children. A weak and nckly woman can are 125 horses in tho purse races aud ISO stake, defeating 10 cruckB such as Mattie not bear strong and healthy children. Mono! age. years of Moute Curisto, the weaWness ot women it utterly inexcusable. altogether in tin stakes. Thu amount Bndgeford.Cjrro Gordo, Proper care and proper medicine will cure almost Carter county has a liar who takes of money to bo distributed iu purdea and Jr., and bo on. She also got the premium any tlitoruer oi tbe teraiuine organism. Dr. the cake. He says that a heavy hail storm fierce' Kavonte irescriptioa has been tested in in the aged saddle ring over a big field. thirty year of prSMce, lt it healinsr. soothinr. stakes ia 27,500. fell Friday, knocking down horses, makIs Receiving his- . . Train robbery is punishable by death Knob Squirrel won in the harness and atrcnethenmz, It ia perfectly .. ... natural iq Us oper- .tton ana cueci. ny 111 use inousanui - oi wean ing holes In roofs aud eoverely injuring a thoTwid-wel- l saddle riugand women have been maJo strong and healthy have Llmba two and in Arizona. The supreme court has just man named Frazler. of strong the wEnHBKWViTi fi J mare got several tied. She wai de- been madeTalconmothers se.tation, It aud healthr oH the upheld the constitutionality of tho statduring mikes child children. JLVC4'lrJ)&JJ':;v.2K rw.awuv A rim. j rmrirw t r - r i ai threo inches in diauuter were cut i r tr r r r r r r osk tr i r j mmttm only once in the roadster ring dur- birth easy and almost painless and insures the Mrft-H feated -ute. fl well beioi; of both mother and child. W& trees. One hailstone was put on the two months she was out. W. L, Send at cents In stamps to World') Over 200 bushels of apples Were ing the pounds. scales and weighed four Medical Association, iiuffalo N. Y , Dispensary gathered from a single tree nt Sergent Evans' Uuma was sick at Horse Cave and receive Or. I'ierce's ioo3 page "Common All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give htm a Call. Thero are 4,500,000 persons in this Sense Medical Adriser," profusely illustrated. end could not be Bbown. this 8tae. country who havo life insurance. TRIMOXIA h ifA TTERS. THE STAITFOB.D COILECE. Prosidont. i JK m m e DRUGS AND BOOKS. s ed y. PRESCRIPTIONS che-niciit- W. 3. MoROBSRTS. -- ....2cccOiCioii,cooco.oioicoiyil court-hous- CRAIG & HOOKER, Ls, f 1 f 13ruqs, CKls, p cuvnts, Kuy-kenda- ll It Pays to with a Cash Houss. the-ttt- i kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk j I J t, I Ih Okies fnr Calf, Emporium. by-gon- e con-gra- ( invi-fie- j . II I Smith & Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and CSy-VV- ith two-vou-o- ld newly-wedde- thrbf-year-o- Drew Selby & Co.s' Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, CHARLES WHEELER - vico-presien- t. Mis-Jone- SUMMER GOODS AT TUEm Sin-gleto- THAN - CQOTo' W. P. TATE, - Stanford. - Doors, Sash and Blinds, he-fo- re -- nibeS A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. - H. C. RUPLEY, tirst-clae- a THE MERGHART TAILORm . three-year-o'- .d iW sPi w a mm m m mm w w 'MJUfMsMM v& rra m. as m, m mrw .mmt m -- one-ce- I ' A MIIIsIm-I1V- i feLjtoferVrJin UJmmmmm .iafi" ti4 .ii S ., HJ..I t ..I.-- j jTinftft, fTTtuajtw. f t.tTx ... JJfBT ifiHi, M WWEEKLY Stanford, Ky., INTERIOR JOlfRNilL Sept. 22, 1896 W. P. WALTON. ror President and nt BRYAN AND SEWALL For J ml (jo eft he Court of Appeals JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Of New Castle. For Congress, JOHN B. THOMPSON, of Mercer. i, !i i g j it I i 3 ll i i I 'I it 31' Thk immaculate politicians who have Senator Faulkner and many others formed themselves into a McKinley Aid of democratic perHUiaion insmt that none Society may Iiur the dalusion to their of the elections eo far held prove any Bonis that they are better and more pathing. The States which wero swept by triotic than other people, but in their democrats show that a big reserve vote effort to defeat the democratic nominees came ont, and they sy it was tho same and elect tho republicans they do vioway for the republicans in Maine and lence to nearly every principle of democ Vermont. racy and to their own consciences Mr. Sewall sys of tho result in hia and former Beseverations as well. ExMusic Hall, Louisville, was plenty State, Mainf: It meana that the East is cept it declaration for tho cold standard, largo to hold the ratification meeting of opposed to free silver coinage and under there is not a plank in the republican the nomination of Palmer and Buckner the domination of tho moneyed powers. platform upon which even a sold stand- Saturday night, when Judge Lindsay, It makes Mr. Bryan's election more cerard democrat conld stand for an instant. Col. T. P. Hill and John It. Fellows, of tain, as it will stimulate the tflorts in all Every declaration therein is undemoNew York, spoke. The judgo's effort the States whero democratic electoral cratic, plutocratic and bombastic, and was so long that Col. Hill had to cut his votes are expected. why men who call themsalves democrats elaborate and studiously prepared speech "I think that the time bus come to should wish now to further auch doc- down to half its length in order that Mr. stato that tho labor organizations are trines and foiBt McKinley, protection FellowB might speak at all. The Courier- - ocainetua to a man," said a member of and distraction upon the country ia past Journal pa a it was n grand, glorious and the republican National committee. "Wo comprehension, except on the theory of peculiarly enthusiastic meeting, but tho have tried to teach them, but it is im a rule, or ruin policy. Somo misguided irreverent ond ribald opposition press possible. Labor day gave a fair idea of et people, who follow tho lead of others, refer to it as a most chilling frost. the situation. For tho first time the mty not realize the force of their suplabor organizations refuse to hear port of the Indianapolis ticket ond tbatj Gum Shok Uuntrii, who last Winter onr arguments." thoy are playing into the hands of repub- tried to break into the U. S. Senate by In hia speech at Jack Chinn's barta-cu- e deny it or disguise it os they claiming to be for free silver, now charlicans, but at Horrodsburg, Saturday Senate r J. C. Flohjhck aoid a Ikhipo and lot to will, the fact stands out in bold relief acterizes it as "the most idiotic and Blackburn said: "Mark Hanna and hia senseless craze ever presented to an in- millionaire committee and rich corpora- James Hearst, the blind men, at Rowthat that can be the only result. Either Bryan or McKinley will bo elected. telligent people." It is against this still tions could ailord to Bend voters by tl 0 land, for )00. He will put up tome Palmer can't carry a single State and a hunt statesman's policy to express him- thoueauds to Canton to see McKinl y scales atid run n coal yard at once. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, vote for him and hia running mate is a self so pronouncedly and he will wish he but the free silver people were so poc r done so this time before John they could only send Bryan to eee tho MRS. STEVENSON, LAWYER. vote against the democratic nominees hadn't T. D. RANEY, Manager. people." and a half vote for the republican lay- Rhea gets through with him. The Novelist' Wldnvr Coudorta Hrr Own Branch Stores: out. The leaders know this and some of address at Ashland, Cmi Iu it lttmuli. In a The Louisville Times Bays that "Gens. them at Indianapolis were honest enough Alger, Howard, Sickles, Siege, Stuwart Va , the writer's old home. Mr. Brynn Mrs. Robert Louia Stevenson 1ms figto so announce that the main object wast and Corporal Tanner will take a swing said: ''I believe this county claims the ured as the defondnut in a lawsuit in Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, to beat Mr. Bryan. Indeed it id now around the circle in the interest of sound honor of being the birthplace of two of Samoa. She acted as her own attorney sent out from Washington that in the money. They will speak in Louisville, America's greatest men Henry Clay, and made tho plaintiff weary before hho L and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. tlasnep, was born in let him leave tho stand. It ull grow out event it may appear that the boltocratic Oct. 11." Sound aheol. Their effort the mill boy of the oi mvk bieveiison s trip to Ualliornm ticket is doing Bryan more good than will be tor McKinley and protection and this county, aa was also Patrick Henry. lust year. McKinley, the president and cabinet you According to advices received from SXiiii(t5X5(?eiSeiI) can't fool even a fool with such an I believe the policy for which I stand in sj will advise its withdrawal and suggest a assertion as you make. this campaign in some respects revives Apia Mr. SU'venson was sued by R. P. straight out vote for the republican ticktho memories of these men. Henry Clay, Chatfield, proprietor of n b.iuioan for expenses incurred in caring" et. The only true way for those who Gov. Bradlry is as sharp as a tack. In in 1S15, described tbe effect of contractdesire party sncce-3- and believe in the his speeches out West to mixed audien- ing the currency, and Patrick Henry was for the ctituto of Valium during the 18 right of the majority to rule is to accept ces he throws bouquet after bonquetto in favor of au Americau, policr." (Ap months of her ubsmicu. Whcii Chatfield went on tho stand to answer Mr. Stetho Chicago ticket and vote it in good Cleveland and extol the bolting demo- plausA ) venson's cro's examination, the lady To trade with us. Our goods are desirable, faith. We may not, in fact many of us crats to the stars. The governor knows The Enquirer eys ol the Louisville held linn for nearly of do not, subscribe lo all the plank) in it, how to do these things and then like atification of Palmer's nomination: The an hour, nnd her remarks did not lock no more to the financial than to some the spider ask tho fly to walk into his audience was one of the moat select that nhu'o of the methods adopted by tho others, but the convention that adopted parlor. could be gathered. Tho elite of the city newspaper ninn. Tim plaintiff mot all tlum was regularly called and the pri were there, and the ladies in gy attire questions with u loady answer, and at Ghof.oe Dunny says be is going to run lent the appearance of a first night. The the end of the trial tho juutico awarded And service prompt and accurate. Give us a share of in tt, maries generally participated him halt the amount of his claim. Tho your trade and we will convince you. Our and it is the duty of t'uofo who did to for Congress again. Of course he will culture was shown by the quiet and persued for was 120. loyally support the nominees. Our There's money in contests, whether you fect behavior that prevailed save when amount old patrons already know it. win or not. Comtress allows contsants through courtesy views on the financial issues have unTim Hlter Jilt. the oratora were dergone no change, but we do not claim not less than 2.000 and that 1b a heap of at regular intervals. In addiHolding it cut by onn leg, n Mexican I superior wisdom to that of the majority money for George. tion to the Louisville pdople there wero boy of Pheiiix, A. T., leaned ovor a expressed in regular convention, nor arviiitors from the State who had traveled well curb with the intention of dropPOLITJCA L 1'OINTS. the cat into the water. He lost his rogate to ourselves a pnrity beyond tliHt in on paidHS kindly furnishm by the ping g0IIigxXgIXii5i) "v6XXJXgrTijiY7r70g balance and topplod iu. Tho water was A dispatch from Catlettsburg nays railroads. possessed by our representatives at Chijust about as deep as he was tall thrfo cago. So accepting their action from tho there are two eilver republicans In Boyd It wt.8 telegraphed from Richmond feet and wln-- ho straightened up tho first, wo have urged democrats to do county to one Palmer and Buckner dem to nil the papers tlmt would publtbh it cat scrambled upon lus hoad and likewise and pht.ll so continue until the ocrat. tnat McKinley Elector Miles had stated scratched linn &o that all the uiiK'hief The New York Journal has 60 far thet Senator Blackburn bad told him that was out of him. last day in the evening. Bryan is going to bo elected. The people are for him raised 10,000 for tho democratic cam- silver men would permit no sound monWlilln .lien Mmtu't Marry .Sfiimwii. and the band wgon is loading up. Climb paign expenses in small popular sub- ey speeches to be made without Tho Miuuw moil in tho Seminole scriptions. on before it is too late. end declared auch speakeis had reservations aru in opon revolt nnd A Montgomery, Ala., Negro's wife no right to be heard. In respense to this threaten to oxtcrmiuato tho "full pleads the baby gave birth to three boys and he has The Courier-Journthe Senator B8e: "lam eatiefied that hloodt." At tho last bessioiiof tho There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in.'priccs act in its answer to the charge of a named them William McKinley, Gcrrett Mr. Miles no such statement, for council n law was parsed ordering change oi heart on tho silver question, Hobart aud Murk hanna. he could not have done so without tell- all whito men who married Indian i by sayjng that the silver articles which The republican plurality in Maine, ing a lie, and this I am sure he did not women to leave tho nation. Thero aro appeared In that psprr several years Bgo according to oflicial reports, is 18,733 and In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. do. I do Bay, however, that when I am S00 squaw men. Whito men murry tho ware written by Col. Chilton, in Mr. the democratic plurality in Arkansas Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and,,. Blacks. Call speaking I do not propose to divide time iquuwa iu order to obtain 00 bcrca of laud. Watterson's absence, and that he soon from the same authority is 55.2SS. with any man who ia trying to secure at once and get pick of the stock. aur died in a lunatic asylum. As Mr. There are now foor candidates for the election of McKinley and at the Watterson never disowned the articles or CongretB in the 1st district Wheelen timo calls himself a democrat." the sentiment they expreeBed by refer- democrat; Thomas, republican; Keye, sirne we see where he is rieht. aaAa,UMVaaaaiiMM twsMuakBMaHMUHH And lil ring to Col. Chilton r.s he did of Col. populist, and Speight, boltocrat. Hustonvillo, Ky., Eaunett Logan, as "an irrepressible MO HE NEWS NOTES. Desire to announce to her old cuitomeri and Dr. I. H. Welsh, colored, of Versailfriends that herDret Making Parlora are now young man" when ho wrote something to les, announces as a candidate against vititon Considerable fro et fell in Ohio and open (orcall earlyand inritra anr dcairia; hei which he did not agree, nor telegraph hia Denny for the republican Congressional to and secure dales. northern parts of Kentucky Sunday disapproval as he did when Col. Harri nomination in tho Seventh district. night. eon Robertson wrote his nullification ar- A Bryan club, composed of republi Near Moberly, Mo., Charles V. tie, it is safe to assume that tho editorials can members exclusively, has been or A Sorrel llorre, 15 hands high. Is dish bis ware in line of the policy of the paper ganized at Salem, III., the former homo Grimes shot and killed and inuirely built. He is 5 7ean old. Willfcd slve Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top had betrayed hia wife'a sister. liberal reward for his return to Lackey & and that the heartless effort to unsbonl-de- r of the democratic presidential candidate. who Livery Stable at Lancaster The poatoffice department baa issued a responsibility by saddling it on a J T JACKSON, Bourne, Ky A monater republican rally will be of dead man, is n very cheap and a very held at the Lagoon at Ludlow, en Sep- an order prohibiting tbe nse the malls to tbe bucket shop operators of Chicago, WANTED.! A position as clerk or to do mean way of getting ont of it. anr kind of work that ia hen- tember 23d. W. O. Bradley, governor of Eddie Bald broke tbe world's unpac-e- d est, honorable ahd profitable. Am lllmg to work salary until I prove myself 6t lor the, bicycle record for a half mile at Man- for a small Recommendation His wonderful performances are prov- Kentucky, and R. P. Ernst, republican position. Rl'en if desired. J ing that William Jennings Bryan is not candidate for Congress, will address the hattan Beach, going the distance in l:lf, Aiex Stephenson, Stanford, Ky. 54 Four peoplo were killed and several only a physical but an intellectual giant. crowd. Telescopes, Valises and Traveling Bags. Aa a result of a careful poll, the New more or lees seriously injured in a wrpek For weeks he has made from five to 10 York Herald estimates tbbt McKinley'a on tbe O. H. and D., near Connersvilie, speeches a day and frequently is called up after bo baa retired to say a word to majority in Now York will be in the Iud. William Cross shot and killed Thoa. the waiting thousands. Hia efforts too neighborhood of 260,000. But it must be are models in their way and he will go remembered that the Herald is a bigger ABhMnger near Harriman, Tenn., over down into history aa one of the most re- liar than the Louisville dailits. the division of lees than 50 cents worth J The jPrtss Bnrean at the National of hay. f markable men of the century. A little Lexington il- Democratic headquarters estimates that against Last year the balance of trade incident which occurred at lustrates tho bodily suffering he is under Bryan will carry 36 of the 45 States with the United StateB was 130,000,000; this going. Somo yonng men from here press- an electoral vote of 321. Kentucky is year it ia in our favor to the amount of ed up to shake bis hand, which he ex- put down at 35,000 plurality for him, Tex-ti- a 199,760,019. Dhaleks In at 175,000 and Colorado 100,000. By barking ferocionaly and tearing at tended good natnredly, saying "Boys be At a meeting of the League of Dem- the bed clotbeo a dog aaved John Feenan gentle, please. My arm is very sore.'i acceding to nearly ocratic Clubs at Lexington, W. B. Mason from burning up with his house near He goes on, however, 1trlfl?it 180 ti by TPm. J. Holtzclac. overy denihud on him and proving that of Lancaster, was elected vice president Oak Hill, Mo. from the 8th district and Judge R. J. Judge Tonoy fined Lawyer Stone SACRED S0N03. a man among men, a leader to whom ha is r Breckinridge Belected to attend the Na $30 for contempt in advising the mayor TTiinlt iiiill Jirtel!j oi1r the note. it ia safe to tie. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. llfllil fui u. tu tional meeting at St. Louis, Oct. 3d. Handsome line of and alderman of Louisville to disregard Devotional and Revival Meetings, -- Gov. O'Ferrall, of Virginia, de- bis injunction. Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Tdb statement is made that Inyestiga Singing Schools and Day Schools, v Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Ibn proves that the Udlea of America clined to allow the nse of the field pieces Charles Harris and Anthony JohnSunday Schools & Young People's d, have larger legs than those of England. of the old R. E. Lee Battery for firing a son, both Negroes, were lynched at Societies, with Rudiments. like to salute in honor of Mr. Bryan's visit. (3.2ft pr do. bJMTff, 3.JO f.mr-lTola may be true bot we Fla., for criminally assaulting eight Mr mall. coprbr amull iojm uuno.ci lj rtcigni. Ba au otattt uj He eays be does not intend that State year-ol- d : who made the Investigation. know Eva Bruce. William J. Holtzclaw. teEK-v- A. V. Baecom and SO other Confederate Boldiera of Bath county have addressed an open lotter to Gov. Buckner in which tlmy extol hia deeds of valor in war and hia statesmanship in peace, and say that whllo they would have been glad to have Been him go to tho U. S. Senate or to realize any reasonable ambition, his acceptance of the vice presidential nomination on a platform eo nt variance with the views of Jefferson, Jackson, Hamilton and others absolves them from further Bupport, even if he wero not linked with Gen. Palmer, who proved his tyranical nature after the war by prohibiting Confederates, their sympathizers and others from going near tho polls at a Kentucky election, thereby many who were strong Union men. For these reasons they decline to nid him in his present inordinate deBlre for office and his inexcusable and selfish attempt to defeat the regularly selected champions of the people's cause, believing as they do that when he was led np in tho mountain at Indianapolis and tempted of the devil he should have said: "Got thee behind me Satan." Tho letter makes pretty good reading and ought to cause the old governor to pause in his mad effort to defeat Mr. Bryan. property shall be used for political put poses. The fight for the democratic nomination for Congress in the Seventh district ia at favor heat. Tho primaries will bo held Saturday. Chairman Hanna will return to New York this week, after three weekB absence in the west. He will for the present turn his attention especially to tho situation in the south. Gen. Groavenor has prepared an estimate on the probabla renult of the presidential election. Ho gives McKinley 27S votes, or 54 more than enough to elect, and thinks ho will get more rather than leaa than this number. The bumptious "Uynam has boen Eist, an report that there is no Bryan flentuueut there; that kew lurk will go for McKinley by 300,000, and that tho State conventiou'at Buffalo was a farce. Tho wish ia certainly father to this 1 Ed C'line, onco n notod pitcher of -- the New York baseball team, committed anlcide at Rochester Sunday. Ill luck THE- thought. fo-cr- and poverty drove him to the act. Thomas Allen, of Elkton, Ind., felt something crawling over his body and when he struck a match ho saw a huge black Btiako licking its fangs at him. It ia reporttd that all the in Washington county have been destroyed and that toll is not now being collect d on any of tho several turnpikes. Wc arc showing Early Styles in all lines and in order to induce -- Mrs. Wilford Wilkins was beaten lo death at New Amsterdam, Ind., by Ada you to come in and get posted on our goods and low prices. We Montgomery, whom Mrs. WilkiiiB accus- will terms with with ed of being on intim-ttMr Wilkins. Tho Louisville Preshyteii in Theological Seminary will open Oi'tohet with bright prospects. The building purctiHt- street ami uromway in a eunt meat rendy for use. Our new The famous Pepper distillery was In anything you want in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c. Sat- Fall Goods are arriving daily. sold under a judgment at Lexington Don't buy until you have seen our urday nnd whs bought by Mrs. James E line. Our IVpper for $13,142 (M), which wan hardly a fourth of its original cot. Italy has officially adopted the now method of notation. The change con slats in numbering tho hours on time pieces from 1 to 24 to correspond with the Department is receiving the newest styles. Special advance sale of number of hours in the day. Our lines are complete and include a big A Knoxville woman has coufetscd Comforts and Blankets. from the cheap Cotton to the finest wool. Come and that sho and two other women placed assortment, morphine iu whisky which killed an old note prices I losicry and Underwear, Fall and Winter weights, Lapensioner over five yuars Bgo. She wanta Gents' and Children's, placed on sale. to he tried and punished for the deed dies', now. Newton Dili, a prominent farmer living near Columbus, O., vma found With his head blown entirely oil. A dm. shot gun was found by his We have 1,500 pairs of Ladies', Gents' and Children's School aide, but his wife and a hired man a o Shoes left which we bought from the bankrupt stock at 50c on the $1. tinner arrest as suspects It is slated that a syndicate of east He sure and sec thrm. They will cost you just half what they are ern horsemen are coming to the big Lexworth. Don't buy your Fall shoes until you have seen ours. It will ington trotting meetii g, Oct. G to 16, be money in your pocket. to wager fGO.OOO that Page &GflJ, Our line of Dress Goods and Clothing is the largest and cheapest the phenomenal New York trotter, will win the Transylvania Stake. n town. Louisvil I e Store. toll-gat- es 1 OFFER S PE CI AL INDUCEMENTS -- IMC xlliaL ar y SHOES 9 ed pro-pare- d THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. two-minu- te newn-pape- r, 1 IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGES I thrco-qnartu- Prices J Reasonable, I ed PEVVr'S DRUG STORE. mm$mm&mmmsm$!m inttr-ruptio- n In-iliu- u FOR C ASH I USTeszt al Scm-inol- o m-ul- e For tOae Tliirt3 - 3Da,3rs Miss Bettio V. Logan, jS-jt Estray or Stolen. liW H J. M'ROBERTS. H. J. M'ROBERTS. & W. E. PERKINS, CrabOrchard. 1 son-in-la- TRUNKS! FARRIS HARDIN, wh i f-- I ri wm e JJSSSSZ knll Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. De-lan- a-- c Prices to Suit The Times. 0 J rSr P" I- - ?V" -- wyiFj' """-Tr- ' "p 1W,3jP:P ffP,'"Pf f 'PsF W: - -- I J&mi-Week- ly Interior JouftitfiL - Look at outing cloths at Shanks'. Window glass nt Ornlg A (locker's. Stanford, Kv., Sept. 22, 1896 Full lino Shanks'. oi clothing and shoes st E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Lkt Dunks th Juwulur repair your vratcnee, clocks aud jowolry. For school supplies, tablets, new eta- You should take your prescriptions to tionnry ro to V. 11. MoHcberts, PennyVdrujtBtoru wheru prompt and HccurHtuBurvice is KunrHtitood. Our Crab Orchard letter tells of the killing ol Ab Fish by Elijah King. PERSONAL POINTS. Evkh Bcientlliciilly lotted froo o MibsMahy Uklm is thought to have charge nt Craig it Hooker's Cash Store. typhoid fever. Wk can save you money on family, Miss Sadii: Lillaud inetiteroil cullepe reddy mixed points Orrtigit Hocker.0 at Bristol, Tenn. It. ZiMMKit, of Itlchmond, wni hero Some nice thiugH in ladies' black dreen vrllh his many friends laHt week. goods at cash prici-- can be found k Mr. and Alita. JosKrit Cokkky, of Liv ShanVa'. .in iuRotou, have heen vitJitiiiK frinnds liurej Judok R.J. Bhlckinhidok writes that Miss Nku.ib Olciiahd, of WashiuRtor , he will be here to imager Mr, D. 0., was the navai of Mies LuciluUoo -- -- lh(il)i.rj, Collars, Uames, Franklin, is the suest of Mies Kute AN Pads, Trace Chains, Ac , at cost at Warcorn. ren A Shanks'. Miib. John McOahlky, daughter of Mr. G. A. lionedlct, is very ill with typhoid till It is just six weeks from y Back-band- s, to-da- or. Mibs DougUs. Maltha Munkohd, a beauty of t fever at his home. Miss Li.n Litihiow, who has been vis ItiDj the Misses Feland, returned to Louisville Saturdty. Missus. J. II. MoAlihtsr and P. M. Mcltoberts went as body Kuurd for Col. T. 1 II111 to Louisville. Raw and Mas, J. T. Siiahrahd went overtoUynthitna yesterday, whero Mr. Sharrtrd will marry a couple. Mr. Oarl Wihcelkk and mother, of Hustonville, were here Sunday, to aeu her nittsr, Mrs. Coulter, ntthuSt. Asaph Hotel. Mb. M.Salinobu must have thought yesterday was court day, or he came up to surprise the boys in the Louisville Store. Tjik Courier Jonrnal speaks of Col, s Hill as the "Mountain Orator." it took him for old Judge Unthauk 1'er-hap- Bryan will knock McKinley out in the battle of the ballots. A iiorsk belonging to Bill Springer was killed by the curs at Rowland Sunday, which was promptly valued at f 75 Tub massive sigu just erected by W. W. Withers helps the looks of tho front of his large furniture establishment. DitODHKAD is spreading herself for the fair and will be prepared to caro for everybody who attends. Be suro to go. our store will bo open on Saturday nights until 10 o'clock and other nights till I). Warren A Shanks. " IlKKiiAKTk-- n p m 60-fo- ot l'kTKii Sthauii, pure et file, is making a nmoku stack for the mill at which is two feot in diameter. Mc-Klunler 1 1 J. shoes now at Fall line of Shanks'. Zeigler's shoes are the moat HitoNA'jr.11 and V. M. Myers, of Crab Orchard, left Sunday for comfortable, most stylish, most durable Cincinnati to enter the Ohio Collect) of nnd the cheapest. Dental SurRery. To tub Fahmkhs- .- We have a place William Clovd, of Casey, was here for 1,000 bunlifU of damaged wheat and Faturday. He is a warm Bryan man and will pay highest market price. J. II. nays bis county is dead sure to go demoBdughman A Co. cratic in November. Hon. J. W. Bulky, thu brilliant Texas Mh and Mrs. Mack Wiibat, of Lincounty, ware vinitlut Mrr. Wheat's Congressman, will speak at Stanford, Oct coln mother, Mrs. Ann l'rft, in this city 3d. for Brvan and Sewall. He will also speak at Dauville. Sunday. Columbia Spectator. Mb. W. L. Evans, of Danville, Bud Tub nl.iioat unprecedented warm spell Mrs. William Hobinson, of Mercer, moth for September climaxed Friday night in or and alater of Mr. W. L. Kvaus, ppent the hottest night of the year. Hardly a Saturday with hiai and family. breath of air stirred and sleep was alMn. Lutheii Ii. Givkns, our popular most impossible. liveryman, has been for several davsand is now on the sick list. His trouble U Wastid. To buy 200 watermelons quite ferionH. Harrcdsburn Saylnjjs. Tuesday, Sept. --U or will sell exclusive At Mrs. Daniels' contest at l).tnville, right to trallic moons three days of Fair, Miss Clark won first and Mips Lanier tee viz: Sept and 30 and Oct. 1. A. E. ond prlit, both of Danville. Miss Mary Albright, Brodhead, Ky. Login, of this county, was onn of the Caution. Since w use nothing but contestants. select wheat, and guarantee every pound of the M11. Carl Hanekii, wecretarv Laurel Fair, writes: I'lense send me of our flour, you should insist on having your valuable paper u I am (jetting tir- our goods. Some other mills are grindboltocratlc politics ing eimitly aud musty wheiU. J. U. ed of the Courier'Biughmau & Co. and want to put jours in its place. Dn. andMuh. W. N. Chaio attended Notwithstanding the hard times the Dr, Young's funeral at Danville, which population of this section continues to was eloquently preached by Itev. 0. H increase aud multiply. A Hiuglo doctor H. Martin to aa large a crowd n ever an here tells o.i that he has Kseisted inbiing- sarobled at ttie Second Troth; teriati ing 10 youngsters into this cruel world chutch. within the last two weeka aud he doesn't Mr. OkorobC. Kkllikwbh painfully pay much attention to that kind of busihurt in Washington City few days ago ness either. while cycling, lie was coasting down Tub Brodhead Fir next week will steep hill and was uning hia foot as n brnko, when he foil, breaking hia left arm. draw a large crowd from tnia place, wtiilo the better portion of Lincoln Harrodsburg Democrat. county's show otock will be there. Word Mrs. Mary Ksolkman, who went to Lexington last week, writee to her son comes that big preparations are being Enh. that she has bought her a home on made to entertain the crowd and give one of the best exhibitions of stock ever South Broadway in that city. Mr. and family will live with her and seen tn the mountains. WvHthiw week, to the regret of their will bo a big day with the manv friends. republicans. The band will play, the Mn. W. H. Shankb and his pretty Negroes and white rads will match brldo arrived hore Friday and are now gether, the son of his father will as snug as a bug in a rug in their pretty country and it will cottage on Lower Main. A sumptuous them how tosavo the bo a circus worth coming miles to see. sunnur awaited them on their arrival Boss Davison, will be ring master, tho and many of their kinsfolks wero pres smaller toots will act as his oil to enjoy it with them. the Negroes will play clowns and old Itv. G. L. Suruir, formorly pastor of John Robinson's Show in all Kb glory the Christian church in Mt. Sterling, will not be its equal. Come early and has eons to Nashville. Tenn., to assume avoid the rush. the presidency of the Southern Chris 8nakb Biitbn. About 3 o'clock Sattian Collego, a now college 'or girU. His wlfa will bo matron. She is a daugh- urday morning, Mr. John Crow, a Gerter of Mrs. Rowell Givens, of this county. man living near Ottenheim, brought his Tub Richmond Register of last week son to town to see Dr. Carpenter. The AintahiR a half tone engraving of Mr. young man while cutting corn tho day and Mrs. 8. V. Rowlfnd, of Danville, and before had been bitten on the band by a their 17 descendants, which shows each copperhead nud the member had swollen ud with remarkablo correctness, a very out of all proportion. Tho doctor gavo hnnilaoma family. To do so tho ieaue the necessary attention and tbo young had to bo printed on enameled paper, man was doing well at last accounts, al which is more exponslvo than tho aver though ho and bis father were scared al sion country nubllcation can afford. Mr. most out of their wits. Rowland is a native of Madison and i Slick Trader. Mr. T. 0. Ball, the most excellent man. He and bis cstitna a family that Is an Lancaster street merchant, is a click tra ble wife have reared store-rooin Rowland hnnnr to tbom and to the county in der. Ho bad a ha wanted to dispose of and while ho which they reside. thought Mr, Isaac Hamilton wanted it ho did not believe that gentleman would CITY AND VICINITY. give hiai the price he asked for it, $250. Dankb buys old gold and silver. Tommy knew furthermore that the city i guns at Craig A Hock. fathers, of which Mr.t Hamilton is one, Bargains in did not want a colored brother to buy it and upon up so taking Anderson Carr & Craig Wk guarantee our Trusses. down he began tn'show him the properHocker. ty. The trade was Bottled at once, Mr Tablets and school supplies at Craig A Hamilton's checky.for $250 was handed Hockor's. over and Tommy came home tickled to t school books at W. death about the way hia scheme work CoMrLBTB Block of ed. B. McRoberta. of rinevllle. Mk. J, M. is tho day for tho rads to Look at the fall line of ladies' cloaks1 rally. Stephen A. Douglas, son of his and jacketB at 8Lanks' before purchasfnther, will do tbn orating. ing. There you can find the nobbiest f thInRS for tho least money. BYGKor.au MoKi.nlky, who claims to be a rolatlvoof the republican candidate for A monument to coat $3,000 i9 to be president, was arrested at Moreland for placed over the grave of Maj. Gen. L. II. shooting Walter Noe at Burgin and taken Rousseau in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louit-villto the Harrodsburg jail. The general was born in this county in the early part of this century. Tjik Bryau club of Huatonvillo has . written to Mr. D. W. Vandeveer to speak Mt. Vbhnon. A special Irom E. C. W. at that place SaturJay afternoon yesterday says: Judg's Morrow, of Som And Funeral Director. next ut 'J o'clock. He has consented and erset, md MrCormack, of Henderson, will go up loaded for bear. Elector W. spoke for the republican ticket this af- Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, B. Smith, of Richmond, will very proba ternoon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. ' bly speak also. failed to come. Crowd good and free Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e . 6ilver booming. Bryan club organised at It seems to ho a foregone conclusion Brodhend Inst week HO that frcu turnpikes will carry in this Hurve Dunn, . with Egbert members. and Wuhin, county, as we henr ol no effort on ei- sec'y. and tree.. Bide. This seems to bo the year for ther free turnpikes, free silver and everything Tub Courier Journal puphshea a diselse that is labeled "free." It is a mon- patch from here to theeflect that Green-berr- y strous taking word with tin misses. Bright, who is 1)3 ytars of age and wl.o has always voted the democratic ' aB Tun he never was such a dearth in tho ticket, announces that this yoar he will atricals. We haven't had a show this be forced to turn his hack on repudiation season and none is booked at present and vote for McKinley He has 20 liv-itill January. The Thespians realize descendants who are voters, and all By- doubtless that times are too hard for peoof thefio will voto wti him. Tnis is ple to go to shows and prefer to stay falsa in nearly every particular. Mr. where they are togoiDg out and counting Bright sent us word some time ago that the crnsstlbs back. he didn't like the platform but would Dkatii. Mr. Dink Farmer was in yes- yote the democratic ticket. He now aaya Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. terday to get a casket for Mrs. Moaes he may not do so but tie will never vote Engraving a Specialty. Berry, who died at 5 o'clock yesterday for McKinley, and aa to his descendants morning of consumption, aged 40. He nearlv fcvery one of them la a red hot .WE WILL. tells us that alio was a member of the free silver democrats. Baptist church and a monstrous good Killed. Mr. J. W. Adams received a woman. Her maiden name was Raines dispatch telling him that his brotber-in- and she was a siBter of John and William law, Jo'tti Sraitb, was killed at High Raiiifo Bridge Sunday, by a train on the Cincin W. B. 0'Bn nati Southern, being run down while on To UkiTOhBSmnT.-D- rs. non Mid W. N. Craig, of this place, and a railroad bicycle. He waa in the employ T.J. Acton, of the Southern End of the of the road, was about 35 years old and county, operated on the eyes J. D. Van leaves one child, his wife being dead. Of Goods at cost until the at Eubanka last week. The old gentleLater information ia to the eflect that man had a cataract on each eye and hag the train wbb switching eomo cars onto a been totally blind for three ycirs. The siding track, and Smith, who operates the doctors are very hopeful of bringing his signals at High Bridge, was Hitting on eight back. Is disposed of. the lust car of the train, which was back, Ls Good SiiaI'b. Judge W. E. VarS ing out on tho bridge. Tbo train checknon, who with Mr. M. F. North spoke at ed suddenly and Smith waa thrown to Kingsviilrt and Wayneaburg Saturdav, the bridge, but the cars did not stop unsays they had line crowds and found til the wheels had robtul onto the man's things in excellent shape. All those who breast, crushing it like an egg shell, and wentoirtothe prohibitionists and people' his tongue protruded as if he had been party have n turned to tho fold and wdl choked to death. A jackacrew was vote for Bryan, and give the largest demo- brought out on the bridge and the car cratic majority polled in that section for raised before his body could he freed. It is a Fact that the Largest and Best Stock of years. An Eloi'kment. Andrew Wells, a w I T e. UNDERTAKING J. O, BaTCnLARX 9 -- Practical Trimmor, Embalmer -- pr-s- Watch I n. epairing - THOMAS DALTON, m GoGtinae Oar Sale ENTIRE STOCK W. H. WBARBN & CO.-- IT IS A FACT. 9 Tub Negroes have begun their regular widower of Monday night political meetings in Mackaville and until the wee Biua' hours on Tuesday mornings they mcke the welkin ring with such oratory cs thoy and their white bosses can furnish. The wtiite boss is a big man about election times with the colored brother nnless Lo wants a favor done and then the demo crat is called on. Iguorance is no doubt the cause of their ungratefulness and probably they shouldn't be blamed. 40, and Mrs. Nannie Pearl Davie, a winsome widow of 23, arrived Furniture, Caskets, Coffins and Carpets, '.M.) - The following persons from hero weut on the excursion to Frankfort Saturday under the chaperonage of Mrs. J. C. Hhjh: Mesdames J. II. McAlister, A. W. Carpenter, J. B. Foster, Mipses Mat-ti- e Paxton, Mary Bruce, Pearl Burnsid?, Fannie SlMiike, Dollie McRoberts, Pattie Alcorn, Mamie Wilson Carpenter, and Messrs. J. B. Foster, S. W Menefee. W. S. Embry, Harry Bdughman, Thomas H. aud John Shanks. They failed to entry wraps of any kind and camo near freiz ing. Tub signal service announced Saturday niorcing that there would be a drop of 30 iu the temperature by noxt day and it immediately proceeded to drop. It alao said there wonld be frost yesterday morning, and there likely would have been, as it was cold enough, but for the clouds and rnin, which came in a drizzle. Clearing with stationary temand we perature is piodicted for hope tho backbone of tho long continued and oppressive hot woathe is sundered. to-dm w left-tenan- m i Tub Courier Journal nays of Col. Hill's effort Saturday nighl: Interest was depicted on every countenance, and when Ool. T. P. Hill, the second speaker, waa presented, the audience was aa fresh acd He onthusiasUc bb at the beginning. was unknown to many of them ai a speaker, but they will henceforth recognize him aa one of the most "taking" orators who has ever come out of the mountains of Eastern Kontucky. The crowd wrb kept in an uproar of laughter by his jokes, witticisms, and stories. In fact Col. Hill is inimitable. It has been a long timo since a speaker has bo caught an audience in Louisville. He would be a specially fine campaigner among the farmers. Resigned. Prof. J. M. Hubbard for the lack of patronago has resigned hia position as president, and severed his relations with the Howard Female College at Gallatin, Tenn , on terms satisfactory to himself and the Board of Visitors, Bays the Examiner, which alao publishes this card from the senior cIrbs: "We hereby tender Prof, J. M. Hubbard our sincere regrets that circumstances have forced him to sever hia connection with us and the institution. Our association with him as u teacher has been pleasant and instructive and we part wishing him all the best things of this life and hereafter." Prof. Hubbard writes us that he will spend the winter in Memphis and St. Louis and hopes to get employment. He also asks that those who owe him here will Battle and thereby do him a favor. Mrs. Hubbard still remains an invalid. here at 0 a. m. yesterday and thereby Wall Paper, Window Shades and Picture Frames arc located at Stan bangs a tale. Mr. Wells had been for ford, midway between Louisville and Knoxville. The thousands of some timo paying devoted court to people who have traded in this money saving house will shout the Mrs. Davie, every chance ho got, but her parents were bitterly opposed to him tidings near and far that this is the place to buy goods at par. and prohibited him from coming to their house. lVggotty was bs willin' aB Barkis, however, and she gave him every Undertaker, and Dealer in Funrt-irCarpets, Matting, Wall Paper, opportunity to woo and win. She finalt &c, Stanford, Ky ly Bgreed to marry him and Sunday night was fixed upon as the time for light. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs Tud dor, who live near Hyattsville, in county, caught on to the plans and OPENING UP endeavored to thwart them by lockirg her in her room and keeping watch all M nigtit Tired nature's sweet reitmr must have come to them in the "wee sma hours," how ir, for she succeed? d AT with tho Hss's'anco of hf-- lover in de scending Irom the window and making h- -r escape, with hardlv enough clothes society. on to bo received into This was remedied at tho house of a friend and together the pair Haw to Stanford and eought refuge at the Carpenter Ho u so. Mine Host Thomas Dalion.ever anxious to help those in trouble, ilia all in his power for them, and with the asIt. R Noel, soon had sistance of them indiesolubly bound in wedlock's pleasing chains, while tho old man, ttinkiogthcy had gone to Richmond, was living to that ci'v to forbid tl e bans. Mr. and Mrs. Wells, after enjoying a nice breakfast, left for Garrard, s where, let ua hope, they will "ever Come and see our new dress goods, blankets, gloves, live in joy and contentment." flannels, Hosiery, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, and W. W. WITHERS, Gar-tnr- r tirat-claf- rs on'$. R-.- after-ward- .VKW ADVKBTIHKMKNlfc. Executors' Sale of Land As Executors of the estate of J. L we will on undredsof New Tfiinas Which we will tell you about later. , Come to see us. & Diwjon, deed SEVERANCE SON. Thursday, Oct. 1st, 1896, At bis late residence, sell at public outcry to the iiigncoi uiuucr, About Two Hundred Acres Or hoc Hancioe Fork land. This land if situated In a good community, 4 miles north or Stanford, on the Stanford and Danvil e pike. It is in a fine itato of cultivation, mostly in crass, and is well fencod. The dwelling is a story and half brick with framo ell, a good one. with necessary outbuildings, Convenient to school, only about aco yards away, and a No I liurr Water Mill adjoin imr the land. i'no Land will be offered as a whole and then in two parcels of about too Acres each and which ever way amounts to tbc most will be accented Possesiou for seeding purposes will be given day aiier inc aie aim cuurr iasM3ion jan i, 1097. Terms: -- The above will be sold for one thl cash, to be paid Jan 1, 1897 ; tho balance In t and a years, equal installments. A bond with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale, must be eiven by the purchaser. Lien retained on land L. L. DAWSON, for deferred aavmeats. J. H. BRIGHT, Executors. in ! With Steel Beam is considered the and Stubble. FLOW, THE GIBB'S IMPERIALunder Rag Weed best for turning And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, B. K. WE A REN. HDSSshiIBks BLUK-GKAS- As Administrator ol Mrs. Marr A. Diwmn deceased, I will at the same time and place wII the following property: Con and Calf. Household and Kitchen Fntni- ture, Ibis and Itedding, Sheets, Blankets, Pillow Slips, Shams, Sic, and other things too numerous THK to mention. Terms made known on day ol tale. W. L. DAWSON, Aomr. Thorou hbred DuroC' S Jersey JWSk-Ki- ot ipt A HERD OP iprn X fc ra Jk t . On the same day I will sell some of my person- ally, co islsting of 300 shocks of Corn, a nice lot of Millet Hay in stack, t Sow and Pigs, 7 fat Hots, a Cows and alves. 1 rocxaway norse, 1 narncss Mare. Uuggy and Harness, Surrey and Harness, wagon nice lot ot Poultry. Household 1 ond Kitchen t'urniture. Terms made known on day of sale, U L. DAWSO.V. My Breeders were selected from tne beat herds of this famous breed of swine in several different States. A splendid lot ot pigs of ditloreut agos Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction for sale. guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address R. H, BKUMAUUU,Ky Crab Orchard, &jJiimMi iV-ii-Jfe i4CJl tti t44 &'?'. c '" nlj5l.:i.ti. V rra.i'MwftTrf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa AT published Bvory Tuosday and Friday 03 PKR YKAB1N ADVANCK xwWhen not to paid 82.6Q will be charged K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Stanford at 7:10 a. in., and s:cs p. m., returning at :op. ra., and 9:20 p.m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. -- No.tfi. Mo. No. M, Train going North.. " " '' ti it, " " -- .. ij 1 3 37P m m 3 04 p m 03 p m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trust past Junction Wo. " ,..1 00 p m am ' 4 " " 6 " ...3.1$ am " .. .tfooam " ......835 pm "10 run no Nora. Not. 4 and j and 9 and to top there, fur-- r than Junction City. All trains 3 1 City at follow: South .....n o; p m No. a North ...j..4 11.09 P m . .3$ am W fvt i'.Tx Lfe avlSl POWDER Absolutely Puro.l A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United Report. New York. StatcsGov-eminent eoyal baking:powder;co. 3DB.. "W. B. PEirinr. fttentfsl, Office on CARROLL BAILEY, : Stanford, : Ky. DOC Lancaster Street, at Residence. TJRYE BAILB"2" c& Training aucl Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. Horses handled under Saddle and in Harness, rosdsters and end prepared lor sale. First-clas- s saddler nougntana 101a on commission, uooa ball mile trie and best stables in the country. 8 Proprietor DRYE, Stanford, . W. S. BTTRCH, Attorney at Law, - - Kentucky. House. OSee on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court 8S Collections receive especial attention. BARKER HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, I JSoinersct, - m Kentucky. .Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. "Ytemodeied and refurnished throughout. Largo cad Commodious Sample Rooms. Hall and office conoected hy Electric Bells. a Prompt.and polito service to guest. I THE which is effective because It is insidious. The argument that tho Interest of tho workmen must be identical P. B. BILEY. Proprietor, with that of his employer Is being used London. - - - Kentucky. for all thero is in it. That with open threats of discharge for friendliness for I have moved to my new Hotel and am betta. Bryan is driving many of the timid orios public than ever to accommodate the ood Livery attached and every convenience de into the McKinley camp, but a reaction is betting in in opposition to tluse Give me a call. drtd. FRANK RILEY. feudal methods which will reacton tho republicans in a way they little drcum A. G. I.ihihara John It. Cast!eman of. The average American workman is too independent and patriotic a man to let such an insult to his manhood go unrcbuked. Ono of the employes of a INSURANCE COMPANY big firm said tho other day at democratic headquarters: "Theold man eon make mo wear a McKinley button nil OF LIVERPOOL. right, but thank God he can't tell what I will do when I get inside of the election booths. his Inning now because CSSTLEEES. I cannot He has to assert the manhood afford in me, but I will get even on election MANAGERS, election in this country. Tho slogan of the "campaign of educa tion" has come to bo "voto ns I tell you or starve." llanna knowing so well tho potency of this argument has impressed its importanco.on the managers of tho railroads and other great corporations and they oro carrying his idea into effect in the most shameless, brutal manner. In some Instances tho employes are given to understand that if they do not vote for McKinley tlto shop will bo closed and they thrown out of employment. In other instances, particularly in case of tho railroads, there is no mincing of matters, and the men nro told frankly and bluntly if they do not voto tho way the company wants them they will be discharged. Hero is tho testimony of a man who works as a car cleaner in tho Chicago, MUwaukco & St, Paul yards: "About a week ago in' foreman came to me and said ho wanted me to join a railway men's McKinley club. I told him I took little or no interest in iolitlcs, and did not caro to join. He then told me plainly that if I did not join ho would get a man In my place who would join. There are plenty of men who are out of work and would be glad to take your place, he said, and I concluded tho best thing to do was to join the club. I am assessed 33 cents a week and only get $1.25 a day. There are 300 members of the club, and I am satisfied the great majoritj of them have been coerced into joining just as I was." Superintendent Hubbell, of the Chicago division of the IJoek Island railroad, found thero was a strong silver sentiment among the men of his division, and a few days ago determined to give them nn "object letwou." He discharged CO trackmen who were getting from $1.25 to $1.50 per day and put in their places Italians at 50 cents a day. And what made tho matter all the more offensive was the employment of tho pa drone to boss the men and get 15 cents of their wages to do it. The IJoek Island has on its pay rolls 12 campaign orators who are going to all points on the system and harranging the men on tho awn ful results v hich will come to the if Brj'an is elected. Several of the big factories of he West side are giving their men an hour to listen to the talk of camrnign orators in the interest of McKinley. TheCrano Manufacturing companj', the Fowler company and t ho Featherstone company all give their men an hour in theuftcr-noo- n to listen to gold arguments. When a committee from the Silwr club of ho Typographical union asked Mr. Crane for the privilege of having its speakers address the men he said he would onlv consider the proposition on tho understanding that the speeches should bo written or printed and submitted to his censorship. And so it goes. On every hand comes evidence of tho worst intimidation and coercion of employes in the interest of tne gold ticket, Itisarorniounumkln-tio- u so-can-- Camp Meeting. Flat Rock, Ky., September 29 -- October 5, 1890. Ono and lar for tho round trip during Employers Aro Pressing1 tho Thumb meeting from Oakdnle, Teun., Danville, v I am still agent for Fall llranch Coal and will Sorow for Hanntu Ky , and nil stations between. Great keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you let such as you want at the lowest possible price for Cash. Good meeting. Office, Mill St, and Railroad Crossing, opposite "Cnmpnlgn speakers. Aek agents about rates and Roller Mill. The Slogan of the J. U.HIGGINS. SUntcrd, Ky. 7 of Education" Han Como to lie schedules. W.O. Rlnearaon, G. P A.. "Voto as I Tell Yon Cincinnati, 0. or Starve," Trotting Hoise Rreeders Asa'n. Lea ington, Ky., Oct. Gth to 10th, '1)0 Round National Democratic nntl Silver Headquarters, Chicago, Sept. 18, 1800: As trip tickets via Queen & Orescent Route tJio campaign progresses It becomes for ono fare good until Oct. 17th to relira workman of more ami more apparent that the heads turn. No extra charge on vratlbuted of tho great corporations are following trains. 14 YEARS Mark Hanna's ndvico in regard to tho WnPhiladelphia, Pa. National Druggists methods to bo employed to gain the. Odorless Water Closets, FrostAssociation. October 5th to 9th. voto of their employes. Coercion of tho K. 0. Rinbaison, G. P. A., Cincinnaproof Water Pipes, mast llagrant type is being employed on all hands to stem tho tide of popular ti, 0. Tubs . sentiment In favor of Bryan. Nothing From all nccounts, Chamberltin't Couch Rem Asteclalty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO lllco It has ever occurred before In any edy Is a Godstnd to the afflicted. There is no ad NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out COERCION THE GAME. one-thir- d COAL I will sell Seven OiLil ,ofSlt andHamilton, Rowland,Buthtl Ky. Uarrel at $1.40, Isaac O A T T1 I I nve received a Fresh Car-Lo- ad SAM W. 9IENEFEE ject to Ihe action ot the democratic I a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub pa- - drive, and surtcy In good order. Also one suit of bed room furniture and an Kmmsrson I'lano Forte. Apply to Mrs. M, J. Collins, Huslonville. a mop jjx ty. V ona-ii-QAT i, ior lauies anu cnuuren in A gentle horse, suitable GARLAND SINGLETON I a candidate for Superintendent Punllc Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of tho democratic party. -- 3STOTICE ! Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE Por-celain.Ba- th All person desiring Locust l'osts for plank fence, post and ratling or wiie fence, cati find Is a candidate for Asseasor of Lincoln county, what they want at my sloro near .Cedar Creek, on subject to the action ot the democratic party. the plko leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I also keep always on hand a good supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building purposes; als4 boards and shingles. All persons desiring any article of this kind can call on me at li a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, my store near Cedar Creek. subject hi the action of the democratic parly. jstf O. W. HI N O L ETON. June i6,'tf6. FRANK S. GREEN J. F. ISOLDAM 1.1. vertisement about this ; Tho Democrat, Carrollton, Ky. we just (eel like sarins it ot the State. Ask your Danvlll friends about my work. SENT IT TO HISMOrUER IN GERMANY. the Cnlcago Lumber Cp., at Det Moinei, Iowa, says: "1 have jutfsont aotnc medicine back to my mother In the old country, that I know Irom personal use to be the best medicine in tho world f. r , having used it In ray family lor lev eral years. It is called Chamberlain's Pain lUlra. It always does the work. For tale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, Ky. rheu-natiim- Is a candidate forBheritTof Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. And see the new Hat at Mis. Duddernr's Tempi ol Fashion this week. New Legon, new I'amtmis.ail the new I'etslan effect In Flowers and Ribbons, Handsome good but Low Prices. Dress making done in the latest stsle and on short Is acanJIdate for Assoisor of Llnco'n County, M. I). DUDDKKAK, notice. subject to the action of the democratic pariy. MRS. KAl'lt DUDDEKAR. Your support is earnestly solicited. Com Ono, Come All. SAMUEL OWENS E3ISIETT McCOKMACK HI. Mr. lacob Esbensen. who is In the employ ol T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House llulldlng, Danville, Ky. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS n F. ELKIN St. Asaph Carriage Co., SSr-FA- IR Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic parly. Tho mother ol lleiry Hayes, oi Olarksville, Tenn , pinned a bouquet on the little fellow's breast with a needle. We want to give those who owe us fair warning them two weeks more that we While turning somersaults the boy fell up with shall give they do not come up to settle us, and if in that and the needle piercing his heart he died time, we shah put their accounts in the hands of MKHSHON A GRKEK. anottlcer. almost instantly. . m . In a recent Ittter to the manufacturers, Mr V. F Benjamin, editor of the Spectator, Rushtord.N. Y , says; ' It may be a pleasure to you to know the high esteem in which Chamberlain's mediState, cines are held by the peoplo of your where the mutt be beat known An aunt of mine. who resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to vlstv meafewyeais since, and belore leaving houe wrote me, asking if they were sold here, stating that If they were not she would bring a quantity with her, as she did not like to be without them." The medicines rrferred to are Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures ot colds and croup; Chamberlain' Pain Halm for rheumatism, lame back, pains in the side and chest, and Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. These medicines have been in constant use in Iowa tor almost a quarter of a century. The people have learned that they are articles ot great worth and merit, and une(ualrd by any other. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Ftanlord Kv- Stanford, Ky. WARNING, "a In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., icml-anuat interest; no commission charged, Address GEO W DAYY. Room 17, Kenyon building, Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur ther Information, Inquire olj. N. Saunders, At1 torney, Stantord, Ky. JOE T. EMBRY It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. subject to the action el the democratic parly, and earnestly asks your support. get It a candidate of Lincoln, subject to 11 lorcasnorm iraueior learner on action of the for Assessor party. Thinking the democratic court day at bUoloril or at my home In Otten- - Southern end of the coutity it entitled to a slice halra. Chas, Kna.lin, Tanner of the pie heatks ,our support. I will take all the hides I can nrnrn iuuu, C. G. ISAKER on J. K. VanArsdalo, DEALER IN NOTICE ! WILLIAM MORELAND GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods Having bought of J. W Adams hi Coal Plant Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln. subject to and (food will at Rowland, Ky .1 will continue Ihe Ihe action of the democratic party, lie kindly V. T. SAUNDERS asks your support Coal llusiaess at said place will have charge of it as he is well known In that end of the county. J- - II. Hir.GINM. 44 Trrnm JlHo V iS RESIDENCE FOR SALE. I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory,! Ice regularly esery morning. Price at the Lowest Prices. 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. in nth A go'd kesUc.ee House In Stanlord, with store house on same lot, lor sale. The lot contains acre, and can be easily divided, putting store-noand residence on sepaiat lots. At reason, able price and tn easy terms. Apply to I N. SAUNDKRS.biaolord, Ky. jjtf - The editor of the West Liberty 'A couple vrnrningly remark?: voung pnople we know, must either of marry or dike a ducking in the Licking." . . Did You Ever. IMfs-eouger Be Sure to Give Hiin a Call. Any amonnt between to and too lbs at Jfclo. All bills must poiitlvely be paid the first of each E IIKEMKR. J. T. JOITES, Tin ti Sheet Iron Works Stanford, Sole proprietor 1 H Cooke's TO THTE XiADIES thi most empiric. Elegant line Linens sod Embroidery Material. MISSLICCIt. IIKAZI.ICY, I Try Electric flitters as a remedy for your ttou blest If cot, get a bottle low and get relief This medicine has been found to be ad. pted tothc relief and cure of all Keraal. Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in If you giving strength and tone to the organs have Loss ot Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous. Slcepltts, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with D uy Spells, Electric Hitters Is tne medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Only 50 cent a battle at W. 11. McKoberts' Drugblore. Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and t$r Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it SaT Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by I am back from the cities with everything that is new and prcttr in the Millinery line. A visit to my store will conxnew yu that this stock Is Ky. Stanford, Ky Dean's lllack DlMsond Root I'alnl. Eitimalf s lurouheO for painting Wool, Metal and ltou Hoo'i batiitaclun uaiantced. All roots piuittd with Dean's lllack Illanond lor ) ears. Pinl guaranteed (ialraaifeU Dealers In hot CisIr.w Fillers, lialvaa-lie- d tern Pumot and aea lllack Iron K wring uf all kinds. si tl A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, m Wfr 5 ITOEX & sozsr, work-iugme- D.W. Fuller, olCanajohane.N. Y., says that he always kecys Dr. King's New Discovery In the house and his family would not te without U, If procurable. G. A Djkeman Druggist, Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King' New Discovery is undoubtedly the bfst f'ougn remedy; that he has used it in his lanuly for eight yoajs, and it has r.cve. faded to do all that is claimed for it Why not try a remedy so lon tried and tested. Trial tattle tree at Vf. li. McKobertV Drug Store. Regular site ice and St. w A Household Troaauro m Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' llullding. Drugstore tn the Owsley 2. DEALERS Good, Clean. Cheap la eschange. IN COAL, Cern and Hay taken Come and see u. Ntar Radioed Cratemg, East of Depot, STANFORD. KY. Two Farms For Rent. 4f FOB, BALIS. corn-lerta- Bucklln's Arnica Salve The best salve in, the woild for cuts, bru .ess sor-s- , ulcers, salt rlieum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions It Is at positively cure pile, or no pay repuircd. noney luaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or refunded. Price a$ cents per box Kcr sale by V. . Mc Roberts druggist. -- Seventy-tw- o anduBO'3,004 rncee inhabit the earth diflerHnt toneues. There The number ol men and women is nearly equal and is 38 the averagM Imgevity of eac ol the race onf-hiryears. Only abott' reach the hist of 17, only on titr"on n the ngft nf 100 vears and 100,000 att-isix to seven in 100 tl'fl ntr of GO. are about 1,000 religion. sr ns W. li. McRoberts, Stanford. Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond. Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, IMoreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Ilarrodsburg, Ky. s ;- Desirable Suburban Heme, Containing Ten Acre of Land, For dole. Has 01 11 a good, Dwclllac ol lata Rooms, aad all u.re.sarv I desire In rent for the year iv7 two sdiolnmg outbuildings On. yard hydrant and one for wa .1 f i .. Lt f ssrrxt a a twin t tV nil ija. r nwwwt Bf muv. V .. VI tilkrl Vsiutl( ... iiiu1 terlag stock, alsa a splendid, never tailing will, coin county, one containing im acres aad the othror turthcr partUuUrs apply to er Ao acres. About jo acre on each 'arm te go In J AS. V IIAILEY. corn and about as acres In each la go in small 36 Manfoid, Ky. grain; balance in grass, lloth farms well watered. swelling nouseoi 7 room on ik cre tract ana also good tenant house. Dwelling house of four .nH irru! rMmi nn ifi arte ir.ri. rfwl outbuildings on both They will be rented separately or tos;lhf'. either Or STANFORD. KY. J- - M- - CARTER, SK., Moreland, Ky. F54 ..l. hi,i FIRST NATIONAL BANK 8100,000 - SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, First-Class Capital Stock Surplus 23.700 RILEY HOUSE Ppv. .J.... -. .... t - v .23 .:: b SPECIAL PRICES M. HFOR 30 DAYSH I ; IKTi ' Will be made for the asking on ft? I in Aetna Accidont Insurance Company. licet and Most Katorablo Terms ol Insurance Attention of ihe publlt is invited to ihe far that tftu is the only National Hank in StanforJ Under Ihe provisions of the National Uaok are secured not only by th capital stock, but br the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ol Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronsge Is ihls institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank respectfully solicited. il 6m. are mad. each ytarto Ihe United States govsia-ut- nt and Its assets are examined at sUltdtlmos by government agents, thus securing additlloa THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, and perfect safety 10 depositor. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanlord in 185S, then rHrgta tied at the National Hank ol Stanford in iJSj and a Ihe First National Hank ol again Is Agent for The Stanlord in tiSt, has had practically an uninterrupted eiiitcnceofjt years, Ills better supplied new with facilities for transacting biitlotsr prompt ly and liberally than ever before in Its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduAnd The ciaries firms and Individuals respectfully solic-le- Kentucky. W. JOHUSOIT, New York lAio Iiih. Co. d. Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, dnvnoTTinrvo o r tO'OJ. zc?xj.iii3 to FiAiinr-iniii- r . W (VJ ' t- -i G0.11.v-- t. KJXiijyio u ii-j- l. .CJlriTrvcsT-iTp- p J. : T. : SUTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVtLLE, KENTUCKY. Oiler his services o tho peoplo ol West Lin- run stock ot uoinna :oin ana uascy counties, snd Caskets always on hand. 05 D.ti. Carpenter, Manager. BfflBEE S m .s m " fjjU & u 1 n o iy rrt O w The Directorv ol this Hank is compoied ol Forcstu Held, Lincoln county; S.T. Harm, t.iucolu; J. II. Colhet, Lincoln; J. W. Haydtn, Stanford; S. II. Haughman,, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; VV. A.Trtbble, SUuford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, htanlord; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky J. 8. Hocker, President ; Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Asst. Cashier Commerce Building-- , Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. day." This is the sentiment of every American workman and Mr. Hanna already realizes W. A. TMBBIiIG, LOCAL AGENT, Stanford, Portland Via Kentucky. 37f San Francisco. ..To the.. mistake. Ho is attempting to call off the bulldozing employers, and assures workingmen that they will be "permitted to voto as they please." This is o great concession for a man of Hanna's stripe to make, and people who only work for a living should be duly grateful. LAYING ''A TRAP FOR AMERICA. 1Yhit Ilankcra ami Plutocrats Monn by International Itliiiutiilllsm. William The Chicago Times-HeralMclvinlej's special orjjnn, in referring to the statement of llrynn in his address that "if the gold standard is such a pood thing why do you wish to get rid of it through interna-tion- l bimetallism?" replies ns follows: "The answer is thnt we do not desire to get rid of the gold standard. If bimetallism is a good thinpr, ns Mr. Ilryan and his supporters so continually proclnlm, it is only good so far as It brings silver into parity with gold. If it does not do this it is not good. Bringing silver into parity with gold still makes gold tho standard. Wc osserf-thait is only by cooperation among the lradlng commercial nations thnt this can be done, and that wo aro willing to try for that cooperation," d. that his coercion policy is a bad 2 vt O 5 K U O , Two Farms For Sale. H X Farmers BanfafcTrnst Paid up Capital of Bnrplus, . - Co n n St cr 03 w -- . 3 3 rr O p " rr in n rr o. & 0) c 5i PI Ihe 3 o V 3 n n 3- 3. 2. 3 P 31 New-Yor- r t)) tmilSYIIlt ai sTl 'if" n lliTl U -- MtwAlBAHTtCHI Cat3Rf(lr- - ir"ltni' alf '''1J y 3 ZZ. - ri o Farm No. 1 contain 191 acre In Wtihlngton county, Ky , the greater part of which Is in grass; includwell watered; witn good improvements, ing new metal roof tobacco brn for 10 acre crop. This farm is situated in what is pronounced the best district in Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable residence house. Farm No. a contain 100 acres In same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best improved farn. in the county, Doth farms are in fine atate of preseivatlon, well watered ond fenced. Close to R. H. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. 10 M. S. OF STANFORD, KY., Iinowfullyorganiied and ready for business with 5200,000. 20,000. Dauoiimsn. J. W. IIavciimas. t O -- OulyiDining Car Route From o w n o IJ- -I r: U TO r1 pi i u Ul iV..S.&J.W.Baughman, PKOrKIKTORS Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleeper of Modern Pattern. (Tor nap or any information, address riXANK J.REID.)J f E. II. BACON . G. P. Agent, I or; i(. D.P.A, Louisville Chicago, Ee sure to call for Moaon Route. TO CHICAGO. "I J -- 2. 3 3 C- Cl 3. p E: w c 73 - p !2 m 3Do "I p cr 3 n era o Cl Q U LIVERY, FEED & SALE SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the saint asset and under inn same managoment. Uy provisions of It chatter, depositors are at fully protected aa aie depositor in National Uanks, it tharcholdera being held Individual, Uaolc to the extent oi the amount uf their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th amount invested in such shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as tn individual. To those who entrusted their bulsineu to us while tnnaging the Lincoln National llaak 91 Stanford, we we here tcuderour many thank anl trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to tamo, our twenty year' experience 11 banking and at liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. J STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. ant-cla- rr n o p rt' cj 10 P W tn c t w P 3 to. CU n n t4 r r or If you need livery give u a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our (table. Soe ua mates'. In our ss BLACKSMITH SHOP. WTl guarantee tint-clas- W.H,lCummint..Pr.aehnr. S. !i. Sfcanki, President, Di. Williams, Mf, Vernon; S. 11. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. U. Owsley, Stanford; J. F'TJash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W, Carpenter, MlllcdgevUle, J. UIHKCTORt! ill. Danver. St Paul. n c -- Ml J 3 . en prices. s work and Tiy our horse thocr. J. B. Owtley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Teller. 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