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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896092901 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. Semi w jlLJlLK 1' Y vol. xv. church chimes. The Kentucky Synod of Presbyterian church in Bowling Grcnn on Oct. 27. The Elizabothtown News Rev. J. M. Draco's meeting at Baptist church resulted - Interior Journal. NO. 61 HUSTONVILLE. seig-norn- STANFORD- KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29.4896. the eaya Ontn-norlan- d will meet Hint 1m tho IHU-lan- d in "5 ad- fFv UnkWA ditions. -- Charles Goaler, of Kransqille, Ohio, who bi9 recently been converted to the Seven Day Adventlsts church, cot into his head that ho could walk on water. Ho tried it and was drowned. Hev. V. 0. Shoemaker, of London bus nccepted a call to the Presbyterian church at Georgetown, and tho Presby- tery has fixed tho lourth Sunday in October as tho date for ordination. Dr. Parkhurst, tho clerical sensation seeker, paid in his sermon Sunday that tho sllveriles who are trying to destroy what remains in the country of mutual confidence aro "thoroughly (also to tho o spirit of the gospel and accursodly and Nato our collective interests tional destiny." W. P. St- John, nno of the deacons, and othor silverltes got up and left the church. Tomorrow will probably mark tho close of tho his revival at tho Baptist church, which has resulted in 'JO or more conversions and additions, besides It J individual evldeuc lof a deep conviction of their need of salvation. Rev. Carter Helm Jones, of Louisville, has done the preaching and so marvelonsly fascinating is he that his congregations have been drawn from all elapses and conditions. Richmond Register. Rev. A. V. SUemore'a meeting at Mt. Tabor has resulted in 30 odd addition to date. His pulpit hero was filled Sunday morning by Kov. McMurray, a brilliant young preacher, "littlo but loud," tho members thonght, and his sermon on Xeclect of Christian Duty, which takes the joy from salvation, he said, was commented upon quite favorably. Ho prayed for the members who could not attend church at every service, but go only when the sun shines brightly or in the light of the moou. In fact he rubbed the members so very hard in different ways about uot attending prater meeting, Sunday school and having family altars erected, that I heard many tell him they expected to do better to do their duty, but vowh are easily made and pledges soon forgotton. The universal opinion of the members is that Bio. McMurray Iibs a bright future beW.' fore him. trors-onabl- SOMEWHAT LOCAL e nt Vobbs' cross road, Tho Ruosell county, has b?en discontinued-Mai- l should be sent to Kimble. CaspBri, who was given a year at Danville for horso (dealing has been pardoned by Gov. Worthlngton. Tho court of appeals lias reversed the decision ol the Garrard circuit court in the case of Anderson vs. Batson. Tho Pnlaakl couuty board of contest has decided that the local option elec tlon held August 3 is valid, aud they poet-oillc- .Mrs. have dismissed tho contoat. Good. Tho Williamsburg Institute eleven, downed the Central University foot ball team at Richmond Saturday by a score of S to 0. Tho free turnpike fiends havo extended their operations to Mercer county, where thor destroyed fivo gates Frl day night. Mrs. Bettio Oamdeu, of Parksvillo died and was burlod Thursday. That nleht Miss Sallie RtiBseli, her sister, died in Danville, Bud next morning uows camo of tho dangerous illness ol Mrs. Mnllnda Edwards, another sister, at Indianapolis. Mies Russell was 03 years of age and a milliner in Danville, Littlo Sterling D. Lackey, aged two years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 0. Lackey, dlod Tuesday night at the home of its parents with its grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Vanarsdall. Harrods-dur- g Friends here sorrow Sayings. deeply with tho young parents and sond their slncerest sympathy. NOT ON YOl'li Would the the Judge. LIFE to I. J. Do Intentional Injuttice correspondent in his communication from this placo as to what took place here tho first day of circuit court, intentionally or unintentionally leaves the impression that Judge Morrow adjourned tho business of the court nt 11 .30 a. m. in order to make preparation for apolitical spoech ho made in tho afternoon. Tho artlclo is calculated to da Judge Morrow an unwarranted injustice. Ho did all tho business assigned lor that day and adjourned court not to proparo a political speech, but because thero was no business to be, transacted. Our law, Sec. 2210 Kentucky Statutes, provides that tho petit juiy shall bo summoned for tho second day of tho court, and eb there were no cases assigned for trial on jbe first day, Judgo Morrow, from necessity, niter tho chargo to the grand jury, adjourned till the second day. Judgo Morrow has always atteudod to tho proper business qf this court nnd on no n occasion has ho allowed politica or judge. to interfere with his duties bb S. D.Lswifl, O.R. 0, 0. roli-gio- Mt. Vernon, Sept. 25. Your special Little Parker Swope gave a party to his young friends Saturday afternoon from 2 till 1. A number of caildren were present and enjoyed the htle fellow's hospitality. D. V. Kenuedy, tho experienced aud claver milier, now hrs charge of the jmAiC:. v roller mills at McKinney. He Is doing naviiiKJ .: a good business nnd will make money if therb's any in it. The Bryan Club desires through GO V McCllEAllY. these columns to extend its thanks to the Middleburg band for tie excellent Dlrpriiut 1)l nvicralic lhictruu Jhtj'.ijti'lli) music furnished during tbo speaking and Ihhijhtfnlhj. Saturday afternoon. The Richmond Regiator says that Gov. Tnere will be a scramble for the James B. McCreary was accorded an ovacounty ofliceaby the republicans of this tion whon lie arose to addreea the Bryan end noxt year. All of the white rads, and Bewail club at that place. Ho began with one or two exceptions, will offer by baying that tho great overshadowing their services to help save the country. question in this campaign is "shall BryTue Bryan Club is still growing, the an be elected and old time Jeilersonian membership now numbering considerademocracy dominate our Republic, or bly over 300. President J. P. Rifle and shall McKinley be electod and republiSecretary W. R. Williams take great inprevail." He then analyzed the canism terest in it and are the first on hand Democratic and republican platforms and when the meeting hour arrives. contrasting tho two so strongly that neiHustonville can boast of ethq.best ther a fool nor a wayfaring man could be hotels of any town of its aiza on the Condeceived as to the proper course to purtinent. The Weatherford Home and sue. He showed that the election of the the Vendome are both "out o' Bight" man would mean tho adoption by a Ohio when it comes to feeding and in other republican Congrens of a taritTbitl, greatappointments they are just as good. ly Increasing the burdens of taxation. "It The McKinney Canning Co. will would mean the of Fedora' clo?e down tnis week after putting up election laws, which democrats had re McKINNEV. about 125,000'oans, or about 10 car loads. pealed and pORaibly the passage of a Force Tho telegraph night oilico lias been No sales have been made yet, but the Bill. It would mean that all attempts to closed at this place. short crop will make their goodsjln deequalizs taxation by tho passago of on Rev. W. T. Brooks preached at mand Tho compauy worked 70 odd men income tax bill would cease. It would last Sunday morning at 11 during tho busy season. mean no change in existing conditions, Sunday night. D. S. Carpenter, the farming implebut that the fiuaucial, comuierciM and in- o'clock and Mhwea Claude and Leila Tomlinson, ment, buggy and furniture man, says dustrial conditions, caused mainly by reol Yoflomite, were visiting their eiater turn ins stock is for ealo at an 1 below publican legislation, would remain at Mrs. Arthur Kites, hero last week. cost iu the event McKinley ia elected. they ar. It would meau that gold would Col. John B. Thompson, of Harroda-buri-- , He is eatiBiied the bard times that would be tho standard to regulate nil valurs.and democratic ctndid.ite for Congress follow such a calamity would break him that in cm than four months governin this district, made a telling speech up aud he had rather sell out ;than hi ment bonds would havo to be sold to krrp up the gold reserve. On the other here last Saturday morning in favor of sol J out. About the hottest democrat in this linud, Bryan's election would mean in free ailver at F. M. Ware's hall. It was largely attended. section lives over tho line iu Casey. It every respect the reveree. The tnrill Mrs. S. G. Pullinm, who has been is Morgan Reid, the well known teamtaxes would not bo increased, but reducviHitiug Mrs. Lou Pulliaiu, at Harrode-bnrg- , ster. For eight years he never failed to ed as much as practicable. Thero would returned hero '.Vodnesday. Mr. halloo "Hurrah for Cleveland !" when be an equalization of taxes, so that all B. Moore, who has been visiting hh he came through town, but now it is men would pay their just proportion-Therbrother, Dr. S. G. Mooro, returned to "Hurrah for Bryan'" Tho republicans would he no new election laws Gateaville, Texas, lest week, accompa- havo spent many hours trying to connnd no Force Bill, butsutlrnge would be nied by bin niece, Mips Emma Moore, vert tbo old man, but it is a case of love's free and as independent and universal as who will spend the Winter thero. Mrs. labor lost. He is a democrat, teeth and authorized by tho constitution and the Moilie Owens, of Somerset, is visiting toe nail, and says he's going to vote for law of the land. Legislation for classes her brother, Mr. S M.Owens, Bryan if he has to wade through wild woulJ stop and legislation far tho beneMrs. Rosa Anderson entertained cats. fit of tho masses would be encouraged so Friday night in honor of her guests, tho Mr. Vaundeveer'a reference to Col. far as the president had tho power. Thero Misses Conover and Messrs. Conover T. P.Hill in his speech was amusing and would be a settlement of the irrepressiand Willis, of Adair county. Those the audienco phowed its appreciation of ble coniiict now going on in regard to tbo present were: Misses Nannie and Sallie it by applauding vociferously. Said he: money question and tho president nnd Bailey, Amanda Carson, Efiie and Alma "Col. Hill is an able man, a good man, the patriotic Senators and Representa Wright, Alice Good), Messrs. Ed and and when the election is over and he tives who love their country and their Emmott Kubauka, Phil Nunnelley, E. 0. ponders over the past, he will feel just pirty, would all work together for such Singleton, John and Arthur Carter, as much ashamed of that Louisville an adjustment of tho nation's affairs as Marshall Herring, Howard Bailey and speech pi wo are now. In fact, it wns a would bring about an era of ronowed Dwight Root. regular coon speech and I would want prosperity, revived business, improved Tho Misses Routeu entertained Fri- no easier jou man lonowing mm over good to prices and result in the greatest day night in honor of their guests, Mies-c- a the Stnte and smashing into smithereens tho greatest number." Nora Green, of Junction City, nnd the few ilimsy arguments ho tries to pre"Modern questions are relegated to the Lena Barnett, of Stanford. It was quite sent. I Hin indeed sorry for Hill." rear," paid ho, "and tho great fundamen- nn elegaut all'.tir. Supper was served at A large end euthusiastic crowd gathtal questions which came up in tbo early 10 o'clock. The following were present ered at Hustonville Saturday afternoon history ot our country nro coming to tho Misses Beesio Worthlngton, Mayme to hear Hone. W. B. Smith, John B. front. It is now Jeilersonian democracy Frye, Block Bogle, Nannie Kennedy, Thompson and Mr. D. W. Vandeveer against republican plutocracy. (ApAnnie Johnson, Pearl nnd Amanda Rose, speak. Tho Middleburg brass band furstandard deplause.) It is the Victoria Bishop, ot Hustonville; Jessie nished good music for the occasion and mocracy, which like the weight of the rBrown, Kato McKinney, Fanny Elder, democracy was far above par. Mr. Smith old time silver dollar of our daddies, is Sophrsnia Montgomery, Mollio Wright, led ofl with a splendid effort and fori tho samo it waa 100 years ago, Maggie Tabler. Glenu Bibb, Margie hours ho both edified and entertained against the modern bolting, boasting de" Moore, of McKinney; Minnie Kincaid, hia hearers. The old gentlemen has lots mocracy, which recently erected its banClinton, Tenn.; Messrs. Carl Wheeler, of vim and fire left in him and is thorner at Iudiauapolis. (Great Applause.) Eugene nnd Henry Carpenter, Ray Rose, oughly conversant with the cause he esIt is a government by the masses as adWill nnd James Olarkston, Wade nnd pouses. Mr. Thompson came next and vocated by Jefferson against n governWill Kennedy, Will Bishop, Noel Bishfor more than an hour held tho audience ment by tho claries as advocated by Ham op, George Uunn, Cioyd Johnston, How- spell bound. He has no doubt about deilton. In brief, it is a campaign in which ard Bailey, Marshall Herring, Huston- feating Judgo Davison and if all tho pretho farmer, tho buaitujs men, tho laborville; J. B. Williams, James North, J. H. cincts in his district were in good er and tho people are on one side, and Williams, George McKinney, Mt. Salem; shape bb this is, his majority would rim protected manufacturer, tho the Bledsoe Bailey, Mac Lnwxon, Orland far Into the thousands. Mr. Vandeveer, monopolies, the nabobs of the Beck, Stanford; Walker Bailey, Frank who is full of freo silver an egg is cf trusts and combines and aristocratic milGreen, Sam Lyons, Levi Barley, McKin-uo- meat, came next and tuadeau admirable lionaires and advocates of the Force Bill talk. Bryan and Bewail and Mr. Thompon tho other sido (Applause) Bryan repson haye no warmer supporter than Mr. masses and McKinley the resents tho DuctUn'a Arnica Salvo V. and nothing lie can do for their interclasses (ApplnuBe.) The bost ulre in the world for cuti, bruheat letter, chapThe speaker here referred to his per lores, ulcori. salt rheum, fever soresskin eruptions. - ests will be neglected. Liko the other bands, chilblains, corns and all sonal association with Mr, Bryan, whom t positively euros pties, or no pay repuired. It Is speakers, ho wm BatiBfiedof democratic satisfaction or money luaranteed to give ho sorved with four years in Congress refunded. Price aj periectper box. For tale by Buccusnnd that good times will follow cents the election of the "Boy Orator of tho V. 11. Mc Roberts druggist. and whom he said he admired for his Platte." The speaking was in Dr. Brown's ability, fidelity to duty, scholarship and All Freo. purity. "Ho is only 30 years of age,1' Those who have used Dr. Kinc's New Dlscov lawn and notwithstanding the fact that not, have those who is on mil- cry know its value and try it free. have on the ad- it waa necessary to either stand up or sit said he, "but his name Call now the opportunity to lions of tongues and his fame has reach- vertised druggist and get a tiial bottle (reo. Send on the ground, tho unterrified stayed to to 11. E. llucklen At Co., Chicago, aud ed all tho civilizad nations of tho earth. your namebottle of Dr. King's New Lite l'llls.at the last and still wanted more of the get a trial to Health and Household y ho is tho leader of the greatest well as a copy of Guide which Is guaranteed to do good doctrine. Tho republicans couldn't Instructor free. All of face tho music and very few of them civil revolution ever known in this coutr you good and cost you nothing at V. 11. drugstore. lionoreu (() tue speakers with their try. Ho is conspicuous for his purity, presenco. A lew isegroes who wanted patriotism aud intellect. As an orator enlightenment on tho subject slipped Froo Pllle. ho is eloquent, persuasive and indefnta-gabl- o. Send your address to 11. E. llucklen & Co., away from their white bosses and enjoyDr. King's Chicago, Like Henry Clay ho would rath- New Lifeand get a tree sample box of you of their ed the speakintr. Whilo the democrats Pills. A trial will conviuce organized, the republican-- are easy In action and are merits. These pills er be right than be president and iiko particularly effective are the cure of constipation aro wellno grass erow in letting under their Lincoln he believes in a government of and tick headache, For malaria and liver troub- They hold nightly meetings, which feet. les they have been proved invaluadle. They are tho people for tho people by tho people." guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deletefar into tho wee ema' hours. About (Applause,) rious substance and to bo purely vegetable. They U o'clock encti nlgbttho white bosses can do not weaken by their action, but by (jiving tone Of hla own position, Mr. McCreary to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the bo seen going one by one to tho places of meeting and while said his record in Congress and his system. Regular site ajc per box. Sold by W. zens are asleep they the rest of the citiU. MtHobrrts, druggist. aro holding hieh speeches Bho wed whore ho stood on the carnival with the Negroes. Some of the Ab a result of tho severe gales on the boBBea are getting pretty old to keen such money question and the other great questions at issue and all necessary to be French coast the steamer Magdnleno late hours and if they continue it until added now was that he ia earnestly in fa- foundered near Bayonne and the crew too election it may cut a year or bo off ot tueir sojoaru in the land of the liv vor of the election of the Chicago ticket, were drowned. InnE. 0. W. tho?v '."sc-jv-, BSfe which ho believed waa regularly and fairly nominated. He asserted that he had always been opposed to both gold and silver monometallism, but ho had always favored bimetallism. Ho referred to his vote in favor of coining the Bllver and said that time had shown that it would have been best for the country if the bill had become a law. He referred to tho recent letter of Prlnco Bismarck to Gov. Oulbertson, of Texas, and called special attention' to tho fict that although Germany in the monetary conference of 1S93, of which he was a member, refused to take actjve part in promoting international bimetallism, her greatest statesman nnd soldier now declares that tho hour has come in which it is "advisable to bring about between the nations, chielly engaged in the nations' commerce, a mutual agreement for the establishment of bimetallism." Amid much applause ho referred to the additional statement of Bismark, in which tie declared that if the people of tho United States should find it compaMblo with their interest to take independent action in the direction of bimetallism, be could but bolievu that such pction would exert a moat salutary inlluenre upon the consummation of international agreement. He spoke for nearly two hours, holding his lu-- i re rs in the closest attention tnd receiving frequent and generous applause. His speech, convincing in argument and conciliatory in tone, went far to bring back into the democratic fold those who have strayed on after the ticket, which he denominated bo unholly alliance with tho republicans to calch votes for McKinley. Palmer-Buckner liustonvillo will have a monster WILLIAM SHELTON, Prosldont. Fair next year and claims the week beThjroujh courses in Latin. Greek, Hrench, Kng'ish Students 125. Teachers 7. All specialists fore the Danville Fair. Mathemttics, Natural and Moral Sciences. Music, Art and Klocutlon Situated in the fanous K'.ue A Salisbury, N. 0 , paper says that Grass section ot Kentucky; distinguished for healtnlulneas of climate, beauty of scenery, refinement Hefor deciding where you will see I your daughters ofsxiety. Kali Session opens September 7. James It THE STA1TFOEII3 FEMALE COLIiBGE. mean "big hearted." P. Harper, a next year, be sure to write for Our New CatnlogHS. Address, j tf MRS. NANNIE3 S. S AUPIiEi", Lady Principal, Sttnford. Ky. is there selling mules. Of course "biu-bandeKen-tuckian, ' r fxrrxr"x' DRUGS AND m ,:i : BOOKS. 3 in School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised nv Cash Houses. . PRESCRIPTIONS ix; Si 11 ':4i Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist from new drugs and pure chemicals. W. B. MoBOBEETS. axE iCJ-vxxs:Xv- i Gt x f - - - & CRAIG & HOOKER .DEALERS IN. Juff kkk i 13rugs, c Chsmicals, Oils, Pairis, J jf Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. t 3f -- It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced $ "" K Tur-nersvi- llo A k iu iuy pi"!, uiiwiiuM m oelor M porium. villi Lowest I We have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Prices they will be sold. e Smith & Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and Calf, 8 ; With double Scotch Soles. "a Drew Selby & Co.s' Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, On all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, Scotch Soles. half single fiayGcnts' Furnishing Goods, &c. An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress Yours for Bargains, Goods. CHARLES WHEELER OUR STOCK OF old-tlm- o to-da- y SUMMER GOODS Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the residue AT ILDg5S TIHCAM - DOTo n You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale prices. y. n W. P. TATE, Metal Roofing, - Ststnford. Doors, Sash and Blinds, Shingles, Etc. to-da- y A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. To-da- ts' UNDERTAKING -- BY- ) ox-te- nd J. C, BPCHLAItY: f Practical Trimmer, EmiToalmor And Funeral Director. ) Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. opposite Court-Hous- e Roogi - r j) J I I l Investigation proves that the unknown Toronto suicide was not A. D. Powers, of Owensboro. It develops that ovor 1,000 ArmenStanford. Ky., skit. 29, 1090 ians wore killed in the recont mnsacre at Egin, in the Kbarput dittrict. Mrs. Julia Bradley, aged SO, has giv W. P. WALTON. en $2,000,000 for tho endowment of an Trade and sailors' rights is what many people contend for, but there warrantable charge made than that the Pittsburg, 3rd, S i. si. and London 5th. industrial school for boys and girls. Is a diversity of opinion on all subjects except that at our store you act of 1S73 was passed secretly, by stealth tv. P.o.Mrnt and 0. W. Milliken,of Alex Wilson, of Adairville, shot at and with the object of concealing any Franklin was nominated for Congress by what can buy everything in the Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hoot and he thought was a burglar and part of it from the public." And yet the a convention of boltocrats of the Third wounded his younger brother. Shoe line much cheaper than elsewhere. A fact remains that the clause demouet'zing district. At Clarksville, Tenn., John Nichols omci nuaumma mil wnoee title gave At a republican barbecue near Jack was shot to death by his son when he no suspicion of its real intent. But for son, For Judge of the Court of Appeals 0., 8,000 pounds of beef, 7,003 loaves licensed him of having been drunk the that act the country would not now be of bread and 2,500 gallons of burgoo were night before. W. S. split from stem to stern on the issue, as consumed. wifo of a Louisvillo The Of New Caatte. there would have been nocauso for the Sending unwilling employes to Can- saloon keeper felled two drunken hood4. claim that silver has been unfairly dealt ton, to listou to a course of lectures by lums on a .steamboat by striking them with to enablo speculators to juggle McKinley is compulsory education. For Congress, with her fists. Dollar will purchase almost a cart load of goods from us', as many with the value of gold and cause a strin- Suit Lake Herald. A Negro nt Gretna, Lc, slapped a B. THOMPSON, gency in the money market. The Mt. Vernon Republican, a new white child and ns h result ho was lynch people will testify. A of Mercer. county, ed and two other Js eg toca were shot to In his tour of the country, Mr. Bryan paper for Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle was to make its nppearance resterday. death by officers. had received universally respectful treatDan O'Sclmvan, of the Louisville In Daviess county, Ind. a man who George II. Martz is editor. ment until he arrived at New Haven, while drunk has Critic, will either walk or pay his fare on Oh yes, "the silver craze is dying broke his collar-bon- e where a lot of miserable puppies, who the L. & N. hereafter. Hia paper pub- 0 ight to be learning out." In fact it's dead. That's why the sued the mnn who sold him tho whisky manners in a penal people bo many for heavy damages. lished that that road "is a corparation institution, instead of attending a famous gold papers are calling draining the country like a dry sponge college, wafers, ttie short distance runner, hard names. Louisville Critic. forced him to stop speaking by Chairman Faulkner, of the democrat- broke tho American record for 120 yards Dollar will do the same thing and we invite you to call and mak for the benefit of foreign bondholders ' their hideous yells and other noise-ma- k ic campaign committee, says Mr. Bryan at Taverns Island. He covered the dis- inspection of our immense stock, when you will and bulldozes its employes politically. find that we keep ing metnous. As these young ruffians voted Jot Weaver in IS!- -' under tne or- tance in 11 seconds. A correspondence ensued with reference are.from other points than New Haven, Joe Thompson hold up a train near to it by Mr. J. H. Ricgijold, confidential that city ders of tho democratic National commitcan not be held responsible for Charleston, W. Va., robbed Paymaster Smith, and the editor, tee. clerk to President the outrage, but her officers will be de- Judge Joseph Beitram.oi Monticello, W. L. Wilson of J2.SC0. shot him in the which resulted in the return of the "com- sarving of contempt if they do not bring was nominated for Congreee by th Na- stomach and escaped. plimentary annual" held by the latter, the ring leaders too realization of their tional democrats of the Eleventh district. Mrs. Lulu J. T. Kerlin, one of tho who objects to the censorship of his pub- dispicable conduct. He won't poll 500 votes in tho district if mostestimablo women of Franklin, Ind. lications. The correspondence, which is was burned to death there whllo cele- Goods given in the Critic, makes mighty interThb boltocrats finding that they could reports be true. of every dcsciiption and in endless variety, An early call is A prominent Indiana politician pnts brating her 5Sth birthday. especially for the boys not use the word "democratic" on the esting reading, respectfully and urgently solicited. Thomrs Willard, while drunk, up who hold the coveted little pieces of card ballot, have had to drop that sacred word, Bryan's majority in that State at 30,000, board. President Smith is exceedingly so Palmer and Buckner electors will be while others place it as high as 100,000. set a boat in which were his son and two Look at the following prices; io-- .i Blankets, whitr. nnri . One of the children Shaker Flannel 25c. Double width Dress Goods liberal and courteous to the newspaper voted for as "The National Sound Money Tho farmers of Indiana, regardless of other children Ladies'' men and they should reciprocate his Ticket." The emblem ought to be two their political affiliations, are almost sol- and Willard were drowned. Vests 15c. Men's heavy Mercna Shirts 25c. Good, heavy working Katie Collins, n domestic clinical pa- Shirts 25c. kindness to the fullest extent compatible old men leaning on each other, with "un- idly for froo silver. Ladies' Wool Hose 15c. Bed Comforts 50c. Ladies' The republicans in Louisville have tient at the Louisville Medical College, Shoes 9SC. Ladies walking with the public good,and make no charg- ited we Btand, divided we fall" printed Hats 50c. Lacn Curtains 50c a pair. es that can not bo substantiated, but at beneath them. Democrats will put their nominated George D. .Todd for mayor, committed suicide by jumping from a Jrmgc Towels 46x25 in. Good bath Towels 10c pair. Men's 15c. of the criminal fourth-stor- y L. H. Noble, for judge window of tho building. the same time, an editor shouldn't feel cross under the rooster as usual. Suits to $25. Children's Suits 75c to $5. This is the way the division. E. 0. Linney, for Stato Senator The court of appeals has affirmed that his "pass" estopa legitimate critiCome look for yourself and be A Fhencu chemist has succeeded in from the 3Sth district and 0. 8. Crouch the decision of tho Boone court, tlnine prices run through the entire stock. should not accept cism. If he does, he luiiviiiicu wt arc sciung goous encaper than any house in Stanford. it, for then it becomes a bribe, so far as producing artificially a degree of cold for clerk of the city court. Noble is an the L & N for not having a wa(er closet he is concerned, though the railroad cer- measuring 263.9 below zero. Imagina- appointee of Gov. Bradley, whose action and other accommodations at Walton. The boiler that was being used in tainly can not intend it as such. It has tion can hardly conceive how cold that is is thus endorsed. This is the way the Richmond Reg- making sorghum molasBes by W. N. Va- always been our rule to treat the rail- and yet it is almost red hot compared roads as we would an individual, with with the chills that will creep up thespi. ister disposes of "the moat distinguished tan, a farmer near Bowling Green, exA: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, son's the utmoBt fairness, and shall continue nal columns of the boltocrats, when Bry- man who ever visite,d our little city." ploded, blowing hia 11 yosr-ol- ii T. D. RANEY, Manager. to do so, pass or no pass, criticising their an is elected and they see how impotent-l- y The son of his father, Stephen A. Doug- head oil. The base ball season closod Sunday. they have kicked againat the pricks. las, spoke to a large crowd last night and conduct when necessary and eulogizing convinced the intelligent portion there- Baltimore and Cleveland will contest lor Branch Stores: it when deserved. Wo are sure Mr. Tub democratic State central commit, of that he is the tail end of a poor kite. ttie lemple cupsbrtes, and l.nulsvtlle, sg Smith could not ask more or less than tse has amicably settled the contest in He is slangy, ungrammatical and woe muni, finished last, though 23 points Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, this. Our knowledge of him is that he the Jth district. D H. Smith is decided fully short of arguments. ahead of laat year. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, is a broad and liberal minded man, who to be the nominee and Mr. Murray ba1' A special from Harlan O H. say: Of the fellow who spoko at Lancasonly wants himself and his road treated and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. accepted tho decision and will canvass for ter yesterday, the Oynthiana Democrat William Short, who escaped from jail fairly, otherwise we would accept no his late opponent. We fear, however. save: One "Worth Dickerson is wander- - here In ISM), has been captured in Ten- courtesy from him. that the split is too wide for democratic Ing loose about tho country speechifying nessee and returned. Ho is charged with greeted the success now and that John W. Lewis and predicting. The democrats of the! the murder of Harrison Marcuui in 1SS7. Thk largest crowd that has The main building of the famous Mt. coming president honored him at Boston, will continue to represent the district. Sixth district buve frequently sized up Uolyoke, Mass., College for Women was where he spoke on the Commons to an Tub Critic is authority for the state- the worth of this Worth and found him estimated throng of 75,000 people. Mr. burned to the ground Sunday, entailing ment of tho rnmorthat Mr. Walter For- worth len than a seat in Congress. DisBryan acknowledged the compliment and appointed office seekers end dethroned a loss of 150,000. The students and rester, late of the Commercial, now of faculty saved all their personal effects said: ".I have spoken to a number of au the Frankfort Capita), h.s accepted a leaders constitute the sum and substance To trade with us. Our goods arc desirable, and no one was hurt. diences, but never to one that seemed to flattering of boltocratism. oiler from the Courier-JournJ C Kaesebaum, who assassinated away in the distance as this management reach to far Bismarck, the iron chancellor of to do editorial work on that one. (Applause) I will speak to those paper. All that the Germany, writes as follows under date A. S. Barnes In his studio at Meridian, needs is a few Mies., was placed under arrest but before of Aug. - to Gov. Culberson, of Texas: who are nearest, and those who are in more republicans on its staff to make the Rhode Island and Maine can hear me whole thing republican. "Honored Sih: Your esteemed favor he could be removed from tho premises when I visit those States." Mr. Sewall has duly been received. I hold that this where he was found he placed a pittol to And service prompt and accurate. - Give us a share of through his was present and made a speech after be Tan your trade and we will convince you. horse is a sight and is tho very hour that would be advisable his bead and fired n bullet Our temple, ing introduced by Mr. Bryan as the man he will likely be John R. Gentry. This to bring about between the nations chiefold patrons already know it. who had refused to bow down to the gol- famous pacer clipped a full second off ly engaged in the world's commerce a William Phillips sold to T. C. and den calf. H6 said that be was on the the previous record at Rigby Park, Me , mutual agreement in favor of the estab- William Lillard a lot of new corn at $1 ticket to stay and that the cause it rep last week, coming under the string in lishment of bimetallism. The United per barrel delivered. resents was hound to win. Mr. Bryan 2.00J, with the wind against him. Rob- - States are freer by far than any nation of A good crowd attended Lancaster spent Sunday with bis running mate at ertJ. the same afternoon went against Europe, and hence, if the people of the court ypstrdny. Mule colts were In de... ....ww ; -- .y . Bath, Me., and they broke bread together his record of 2:01 J, but only succeeded United States should find it compatible mand at 117 to There was considas they will many tiruea at Washington in making the mile in 2:03 . with their interests to take independent erable activity in the cuttle market. K&V33yv&2!yLl after next March. action in the direction of bimetallism, I HjSHWBm .S'JCYV ADVKBTI8KHKNT. WiTn the damnable iteration of a Poll can not but believe that such action lav 14 years, parrot, the Courier-Journ- al After trying local option for squeaks day would exert a most salutary iniluence ra became disensten alter day that a vote for Bryan is the people of Owenton upon the consummation of international at the faroical manner in which the law of a vote for Watson. Well, what of it ? agreement. Bismarck. was enforced and last Saturday by a vote A vote for Palmer is half a vote for McIn his speech at Boston Mr. Bryan Hustonvillo, Ky., of 115 to G2 decided to return to the li- Kinley and anything is preferable to the said: "If a dollar is only worth 50 cents Detlrct to announce to her old customer and cense syBtem. At May field the same day regular democrat to the plutocratic-protectio- n it is because prices of commodities are friend forthat her Dress Miking Firlors are now There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in.'priccs vuitori lay-olocal option was voted again, by a majorthat the republicans ofler twice as high, and if the manufacturer open to call earlyand invites any desiring her and secure dates. ity of 99. It wbb votd on last May, the country. can get twice as many silver dollars for nSTez-r- t when tho drys won by 111, but the ea goods as he does gold dollars now, old friend, Col. Hodges, of the his Our loon men succeeded in getting the courts In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Lexington Observer, is a runner from why can't he pay his employes twice as to eay that the election was illegal. Ma much, so he won't lose a cent.?" Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Calt As Executor of Hiram M Johnson, I will sell field has been without open saloons for away back. In a delegated vote of 1G9 1 Mr. Olough But he won't doit. on the premises near MllleJKevllIe, Ky , on at once and get pick of the stock. 20 years and although repeated eflorts in tho Seventh district be didn't get a Mr. Bryan Then you stop telling your have been made to voto licenss they Bmell Saturday, when he contested with employes you are interested in thorn just Oct. 14, Bronston, Settle and Carroll for the demnever has succeeded. before election. The FARM of ocratic nomination for Congress. And Mr. Clougb I am merely stating tho Thb primary election in Fayette shows the wind will continue to blow through facts. a decided increase in the vote, the total his wbisxers. Mr. Bryan You are stating what are Known aa the old Wyatt Sindldne Farm, which being 1,033. Wilkerson was nominated wen improvea, wen watered wen lenccd. Althe facts. The employer never pays any io about TO AorcH weit auu above, H interest Old man Dana prophesies that Bryan cl for jailer over three competitors by a with privilege ot whole lc about f3X JVci-uon plurality of 534 and Farrel for county at- and hia followers will go the way of more than bu has to pay. It 1b only be- White Oak Creek, also about j Acrei in Jnnction Debs and Coxey and be known no more. fore campaigns that he poses as a philan- City, Ky., knowu as the Dave Ilrown land torney over Allen by 1,295. The largely Alto 3 rood Mares in foal by jack, several nice increased vote has staggered the bolter-crat- It doesn't take bo great a prophet as that thropist and tries to make his employea Fillies by Chester Dire. Earle Uird and Gilt Edf e, 7 work Mules, 8 yearling Mules, 6 of them Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top who claim that in order to make it arch fiend to democracy to predict that vote hia way . Mares, a extra weanlings, maret, a lot ol fat Hoes. Sows and Pies. i vearlinz Steers, several 80 the democrats divided out the total Dana will soon go to the devil, where he Millc Cowiand Caivn, a lot of Hay and Kye, MORE NEWS NOTES. Farming Implements, Household and Kitchen registered vote proportionately among ought to have been long ago, with his N' Fonr murderers were hanged in New Furniture For personalty, Jio and under, cash; the candidates after finding the actual Y. 8un. Terms. over that amount, three months' credit, with in Mexico Friday. strength of each candidate. All of which terett from day sale On real estate, Gov. Bradley thinks be tbinka that The military school at Mexico, Mo,, cash, balance in of months with 6 per cent, inter ia of course a very weak invention. u est. Lien retained. McKinley will carry Kentucky by wbb destroyed by fire, I. S. TEVIS, Executor. He doos real thinking through Tubus ought to be no doubt of the T. D. English, Auctioneer. A New York firm with actual assets Telescopes, Valises and Traveling Hags. election of George Fred Williams aa gov- whon he thinks it ia not worth while to of only $6,000 failed for over $240,000. ernor of Massachusetts. He was nomi- ugureon the vote of the boltocrats. They Will Wood, of Pearl Bryan fame, bs nated twice the same day. Tbo conven- wont poll 10,000 votes in the State. been refused admission to an Indianaption first met in a body, but the gold olis medical college. In order to settle the estate of the late Amanda . Toe attention of wavering democrats democrats seeing they were largely in Cbarlea Gosler, a religious fanatic, T. Crow, will on is called to a synopsis of Gov. McOrea-ry'- s the minority withdrew and organized a was drowned while trying to walk on speech on our first page. The gov 1896, rump convention which the silver men water near Defiance, O. ernor is firm in Bupport of the Chicago Sell the undivided interest oi the heirs of Mrs. captured and made Williams the nomiAs the result of a practical joke one Msggie McAfee in the dower of tho aloresald nee. The bolters bolted again and this ticket and gives excellent reasons why man killed another at New Orleans and Amanda T. Crow, which contains all democrats should do so. time succeeded in nominating a ticket to then committed suicide. Twonty-FIv- o Acres Land their liking. Asa result of an explosion of gas in With all tho improvements, At the same POLITICAL POINTS. time Dealers In a colliery near x remont, ra., two men and place I will sell the remainder ot the farm, all ... ' Godfrey Hunter estimates the silver are dead and two are dying. Aobntleuan informs ns that when uguiaioa ui which Gov. Buckner mentioned the name of republicans in theiState at 3,000. Prof. Joseph Eisle foil while making 103 ACBK9 OXV IPiyUQ LAND, Bryan in his speech at Memphis, "the secretary uarllsle will make four a balloon ascension at Slstersville, W. As good as any in Lincoln county. The 'farm house fell on him," and the apploua0 speeches In Kentucky for the boltocrats. Va., and was fatally Injured. lies 3 miles West of Stanlord, Ky., on the K nob Lick pike and and on the East side of the Hidl'. continued for minutes. Since then the John Boyd Thatcher declines to run Bchooner Edward E. Webster, ing Fork. It adjoins the lands of.the late fames The Harris "old guv" has ceased to name tho peo as the democratic nominee for governor was destroyed in the Pacific, and her A. a high and Isaac Jones. The above place is Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line state of cultivation. Has a six room of in ple's favorite in bis speeches, as be of New York, dwelling and necessary outbuildings. Fronts on Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' crew of 29 men lost their lives. the pike and Is In one of the best of neighborhoods. McKinley broke the record Saturday doesn't want to give them a chance for Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. The big wooden elephant which was The sale will be made on the farm at 10 o'clock, x. expressing their feelings so emphatically by making 13 speeches t as many visit-la- g built some years ago for ubo as a hotel at m,, on the above date. Tbrus Mide known on day of sale. delegations whose railroad fare was Coney Island was burned to the ground to send a cold chill down the backs of For further particulars call on or address, CUAS. L. CROW, Ex'or. partly paid by Mark Hanna. him and hia followers. d McKinney, Ky. Bunuay. ftai-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOMNfiL a - SB.vATOR8uKniiANina labored newt-- 1 It took 1,420 balloh for the demo- DIDer article Atrnmntn (n nhnv flint V.nl crats to nominate It N. Bordino for Con "crime of 1S73, when silver was gress at Ohilllcotbe, Mo. aaaeinated in the dark." is without Bron8ton leads in the priraariea in foundation in fact. He says every pub- the 7th with 05 votes, Settle has 55 Carlicity was given the bill and every aten in roll 39 and John 0. Hodges "nix." us passage was regular and legal. "Nov-O",- " J. A. Craft will speak at Livingston, says be, "was a more unjust or un- October 2d; BernBtadt, 3rd at 1:30 r. si ; sj-call- Free nt BRYAN AND SEWALL JUDGE PRYOR scr-ioue- ly 225-poun- d Silver Gold 4 J JOHN jt - ' t. Standard I2c. ir J 0 THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. f !e3i05 I fIT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGES 1 al C.-- J. Prices Reasonable, two-minu- te FEN NY'S DRUG STORE. i?!Ai(itiiiiii) 'yj)g'5?0I0;i)y i'-'S. wmm&im mzmwrnsm Miss Bottle V. Logan, ter-vi- ORJDASH i Tirt; ut 1 Sale of Land, Stock,&c. For tlie XDas, 1 Wednesday, 96, 11 170 .cres Iia3n.d. h W. E. PERKINS, CrabSOrchard. )&mm$mwnwf I 11 H J. M'ROBERTS. s, one-thir- d 20,-0C- 3. TRUNKS! H J. M'ROBERTS. FARRIS & HARDIN, PUBLIC SALE. 1 Saturday, Oct. xotli, of 1. - Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, vutjtmowiitrtj a,uu in ware. u I 60-t- Prices to Suit The Tim "V v wi,ufaisii(iiMi..iZimiji 1" ' ' rT'l.nmit id.. hi ' '" ' " ' ' -- "J 11 - - ""' ' ihmm ..' r i. A. B. RonitRTSON & Bpo..!oi Danville. ( Semi-WeekInterior at Warren &8bankB'. will advertise 200 pieces new dress goods, For school supplies, tablets, new sta500 wraps and hundreds of other things Eioht cars of freight train No. 62 left in our next Issue. tionary go to W. 13. MoRcberts'. the track near Parksvillo Sunday night, Stanford, Ky., - Shit. 29, 1896 WBcansavo you money on family, causing a delay of several hours to the Tub case of Elijah King for killing Ab ready mixed paints. Craig & llocker. passonger trains. Only ono car was de- Fish, set for yesterday was by mutual E. C. Walton, Business Manager. consent changed till Friday. Messrs. C. Houm in Miller Addition with Ave or molished. 0. and R. G. WilliamB will defend Fish. good outbuildings for six rooms and Hon. Augustus E. Wilson, of Louie-vlllW. A.Tribblo. You should take jour prescriptions to rent. who has done more for tho repubDeath. Miss Laura McGufly, the ... m Fenny V drug atoru where prompt aud lican party iu Kentucky and recoived pretty daughter of Mr. JeBse McGuflyi Stop at the Albright Hotel while attho accurate service la guaranteed. Brodhead fair. Feed and livery stable lees, was billed to speak at tho court- ol the Highland eection, died yesterday house lrat night. Mr. Wilson etood by altera protracted illness of pneumonia attached. J.U.Albright PERSONAL POINTS. the republican party wLsn it conlrt not and tneusleB. Sho was an excellent young One of the Strongest lines of Clothing ever offered to Ztur, J. E. Lynn la ill with malarial Boyh. Born to tho wife ol Curt Jer-k- stand by itself and if he had gotten his lady and her death is tho Bubject of two flue boys and to Mrs. James deserts he would have hem given the much regret. Her remains will be laid fever. the trade now in stock. Mil. W. F.Siikiiida.n id laiJ up with a Munday a youngster of that gender. torest in tho iMethodist church burying Senatorial nomination without contest. severe cold. ground near Highland save that John F. Tuu Courier-JournTub Hubble correspondent of the LanMa. U. J. McHoiibrts went to Cincin' Whight will speak hero for the boltocrats caster Record makes u good argument There is complaint made by eome of nati yesterday to buy goods. is Whight? on the 12th. Who tho against the voting of frr o turnpikes now, the lack ol interest manifested by cerMiis. T. A. Hick left yesterday to Join In Mens' Trousers the stock is especially good. It is which we fully concur. It is a wasto tain candidates in the present campaign. her husband at Now Orleats. The Brodhead fair begins Don't iu the A LliTLK child of Mrs. Low Is Withers fail to go If you want to oeo n good show of space, however, to argue the question. They are neglecting the party for their A majority of tho peoplo have made up personal interest! and next year will has something like the diphtheria. of stock and enjoy genuine hospitality. their minds that they are going to vote wonder why the workers do not rally to D11. Wm. Siulton went to London SatUndertaker J. O. McClary to makn them freo in name whether they their support. If the county is lost in Sunday. Death. urday and preached there Mum Hallou wont to Lancaster furnished a collln for Nelson Buford, an are so in fact or not, bo reasoning with November it will be monstrous bard to elect a democrat next year and those aged and respected East Knd Negro, Sat- thorn would fall on deaf ears. yesterday to visit her brother's family. If you need any thing in Suits, Pants or Overcoats, before . who want office had better spend their M.I-it. G. Umu and son Weoren, of urday. BnoKK iieh arm. Mrs. D. W. Vande-vee- r buying obtain prices at energies in redeeming Lincoln from the Somereot, spont Sunday with his mother suffered a severe and painful acci- rnds. It can and must be Don't fail to attend the Dawson sale done. here. Thursday. A good farm, stock, house- dent Friday. In stepping out of her D11.N. II. .McKinnby left Sunday to Judge Mohrow, Cnpt. Herndon and hold and kitchen furniture will be dis kitchen door the step turned and she fell the Chicago College of Dontal on her right Bide, breaking her arm just Boss Davison spoke at Crab Orchard Satposed of. Surgery. 9 dislocaurday, the latter declining to meet Mr. Comb and see our now drees goods. above the elbow, which wbb also Mkcsiis. RiciiAim Busit and Lucien L. ted, and mashing her shoulder badly. Thompson, who wrs speaking in tho opLewis are studying law under Messrs. Black goods were never handsomer Novelties never prettier. Both never She has Buffered untold agony from the posite end of tho county nt tho same Ulll & Alcorn. effects, but is getting along very well, time. We can see, however, whpre ho is Mrs. U. It. Watkhmam and little son, cheaper. Severance A Son. considering that she is over GO years of right. No men wanta to be made a scapeof Ocala, Fin., are the guests of Mr- and A ha in which began Sunday evening grace of. At Crab Orchard some follows KO. Mrs. John P. Davis. - m in continued all night and moat of yesterpartial to Bobbitt yelled for him, when Mrs. X. A. Tyhkb fell from a horeo day, riving the earth a good wetting. A near befalling Lin- Oapt. Herndon began to speak, thereby while riding to a meeting in Clark councoln c'i'iiy Saturday. Mr. Robert Fen-z- showing their bad taste will bo clearing and cooler. and Ignorance of U ty and was considerably hurt. k Deputy County Clerk John what an orator the captain is. His eloMies M amis.Moons nrrlvod from Louis, The L. AN. will sell round trip tick- Cummins with him to wind the clock in quence is of the soothing, soporific vare cupola and when they iety, which never fails to lull to Bleep. vllle Saturday and resumed her place in ets to Louisville till Oct. 3rd nt J LOT) on the Mrs. Dudderar'n millinery etore. account of the trota of tho Loulavlllo reacued the belfry, Mr. Cummins was Vandalism. The ottier night, Mr. Jas. Tickets will be seen to throw up his hands and disappear Mhs. J. K. Patrick and little Eugenia, Driving Association. ByInvestigation showed that he bad gone H. Prewltt took Rev. D. Welburn, an of Jackson, arrived yesterday to visit good to return till the 5th. and family. a trap door and had fallen to aged preacher, to the church at More- through Capt. Thomas Richards An enthusiastic Bryan club wri organ-izn- d Col. T. P. Him. went down to Howthe next tloor below a distance of 20 feet land In his surrey. After services they at Kingaviile a few nights ago. Dr, ling Green Sunday bo as to ho there iu and lay in a hoap thereon. Lie wasn't started to go home when they found that 0. M. Thompson was elected president, dead though and but little hurt, but the vandals, for whom the gates of bell and titnd to speak for the McK. A. Society. W. L. McCttrty, vico president, and Jas. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. the penitentiary stand njar, had cut the Engraving a Specialty. clock man thought he was a gocer. Tub friends of Mies Olive Woodson Hoy, secretary and treasurer. top of the vehiclo all to pieces. They here will be rorry to learn that she is seru Businksh. Last week also treated Mr. N. J. Cone's buggy In a Ik all the speakers wiio are advertieed iously ill at her home In St. Joseph, Mo. the Scarborough brothers, three in num- similar way and took a nut from the one WE WILL. Mis Klla Ti.nslkv, of Parbourville, to orate hero county court day do bo, the ber, of the Eist End, drove three hogs Mr. 0. L. Prewitt had brought hie that one of tuo prettiest girls in Kentucky, welken will ring from early morn till close belonging to G. W. Edwards down to best girl to church in, which they discovof day. Como in early and get it all was on Saturday's train en route to Judge T L. Shelton's at Rowland and ered by the wheel running oil and dropwithout money and without price. Louisville. sold the bunch to him for (7 50. The ping them in the road, lortunateiy withOct of 60 enrolled, 10 of Mies Annio judge suspected something, but the boya out serious results. Efforts are being tickL. fc N. will pell round-triTax McKinney's pupils at Kwell broke out ets to the Brodhead fair beginning told such a straight tale that he bought made to catch the fiends, who will curse with the measles and she broke for her and continuing till Oct. 1 inclusive, good them any way. A few days later the day they wero born if they are home here. camu down and claimed the caught. to return Oct. 2d, at ono faro for tho Littlk Miss Addik McClary had two round-triwhich is 50 cents from here. hogs and the judge turned them over to Of Goods at cost until the MA TIUMONIAL MA TTERS. fingers bully mashed in a cider mill him. The scamps Bkipped out and it ia while on a visit to her grandfather out Two cars of tho afternoon train from believed that they aro hanging around JayBon Ebersalt, ol Hicksville, 0., is in the country. Richmond jumped tho track near ilyalta-vlll- o ML. Vernon. Judge Shelton is out V 50 heart broken over the discovery that he Mr. T. B. Graham, of the Widows Friday aud wero demolished. Tho by the trade, but will givo a similar bad married his half sister. and Orphans' Home of the Christian rest ol the train didn't get here till 1 amount to assist in prosecuting the rasIs disposed of. Thomas Hafley, a widower of 70, church, was hero yesterday in tho inUr-eand the other till 6 a. m. No ono was cals. was married at Fayetteville, Turn., to of that institution. hurt. Throat Cut. John Martin, who waa Miss Rosa Uite, five years his senior. Messrs. Gkorcie K. Btohk and A. P. Mr. Green Russell, aged SG, and a Don't fail to hear Congressman Bailey, hero yesterday, tells us that his brother a Young, of Liberty, were hero Sunday. Frivery near getting his jugu- wealthy farmer of Casey, and Mrs. e here, Frank camo They say that the "National democrats" of Texas, at the day night, next. Ho is an eloquent lar severed while coming from preaching Amanda Leonard, aged 40, were married will not get a dozen votes in Casey. Saturday night. last week. speaker and said to be ono of tho beet at Coffey's School-hous- e Gait, ami Miis. K. H. Sorrkll, ol the Miss Sallie Willis, of Henderson, atcountry on the silver Ho had quarreled with the Stringer bovs, Has the Best Goods and K. 0., have taken rooms at the St. Aeaph posted men in the tempted to shoot herself when she saw John and Charlio. about a dobt tho lat question. and Satuidny Mrs. Sorrell went up to mm ter owed him and when they left him be her beau accompanying another young Livingston to visit her parents, Mr. Hnd Aiwut half. Mr. W. L. McCarty, started home. He had not gotton far, lady to church. Mr. George Warman. manager of the Kiugs Mountain Canning Frank Haley, of E'.kwood, Indiana, they overtook him with Examine his stock of Judox Yi.ncxnt BonxiMi, of London, Co , who was here Friday, tells us he however, before wauta a divorce because his wife gave a drawn razors and after cursing and abus - passed through to Liberty Sunday whore will be able tn can only about half as ing him attemi ted to cut his throat. party and danced with a young fellow ho was to epeak yosterday. Tho demo many tomatoes this yoar as last, owing to Thero wero several large gashes and ho aaiust her una band's will. crate eecuioJ Mr. Bm Ieo Hardin, of the lateness ol the crop. Mrs. Margaret Beezley, aged 77, and bled profusely. Ho was able to get home Hirrodsborg, to answer him. who buried her bnsband less tbau four tho s aud is now confined to his bed, but A BhyaN club waa organized at W. Vbknon Richardson, of Danville, doctors think they cau save him by care- months ago, whs married at Lowisburg, Saturday night with 25 members. employe of this oillve, his been No arrests have been ttiis State, toSeth Greene, aged SO. ful treatment. granted license to practice law and we Mr. D. McKUtrick was made president In a moment of jealousy Mrs. Grace yet. hope he will brcomo a most distinguish and J. M. Carter, secretary. Speeches mako Clark Conway, aged 19, of Chicago, shot ' od disciple of Blackstone. werH made by Messrs. J N. Saunders, T. The speaking at Highland Friday af- and killed her husband, Harry M. ConM. Goodkuight and P. W. farter. Advotornoon was not extensively advertised way, aged 21, and sent a bullet through Sam Mbnehkb telle the Danville owing io a failure of tho bills to reach her own heart. cate that he is as sure to get tho nominaA Ubiiman who has been feeling the that placo until two days before the date. tion for sherltr ol this county as the sun M. A. Donavan senior oJltor of the but Sam Owens is pulse of his countrymen in this county About 40 wero present when Hon. John Winchester Democrat, is going to follow is (0 rise NEW. satisfied that he is talking through his says that the free silver sentiment among B. Thompson arrived and they listeued hia partner, George Biehn'a lead nnd them is under estimated and that ullthat attentively to him fqr 1 J hours. He made will marry Oct. 14. Mies Katherine Danhat. to mako them voto for Bry- a very creditable speoch and showed bow rtceived a loiter is MubKllen Balloc iels, of Muysvitle, is tho fortunate ladv pJxbl'p from her old schoolmate, Mils Mamio an Is enllghtment on the subject. Can't thoroughly he was posted on Btatiatica Charles Hauseur and Dr. Clara Hunt ppo that they and otherwise by answering satisfactorifiy cxsKiT' asr Ctr Bryant, at Clifton Forge, Va., saying that the campaign committee were married in Cincinnati Friday and ly tbo money questions propounded by that night rode to Lexington on their her fathor, Capt. U. C. Bryant, fell dead get it? his hearers. Tho republicans were in tho tandem. Next day they rode to Louisat tho depot at that placo of apoplexy. Now on Display. Bailey.-- OI the Hon. J. W. Bailey, majority, but Mr. Thompson was glad of ville and will go on their wheel as far as Many of our citizens knew the fine old Tex-atho gifted young Congressman from that for he know from that side his con- Danville and return. gentloman. Come see them, We have who will speak here Friday night, 2d, to come. He expressed Ocn last iesuo told of tho visit of Dr. "I verts were tho failnre of Mr. Davison hia S o'clock, Senator Blackburn says: boucrht more and handsomer at to Isaac Hubbard sold to Jerry BriBC0 II. M. Grant aud MieB Florence Ander- have heard all the great orators in this regrets at goods. Bincerely 12 cattle for $255 and --3 hogs to Gus not know meet him on the stump and ' son to Louisville, bnt we did country, and on the money question, I Black Goods 25c to $ 1.50 yd; we saw them the hoped that when the hay fever season nt 2jc. that the noxt time regard Bailey as tho ablest most conSee the Wool and Moh?ir Perwas over the gray gelding would give him twain would bo one HeBh, but so it and the most eloquent of them sian e fie cts. returned Friday as husband and vincing at least ono chance at him. The demo, all." wife, having married in the city. Tho crata in and around Highland are few eroam Is arista? vouns dentist and tho An Infant Saint. George M. Davi- and far between, but tbey aro in good Ai Executors of the tate of J. L. Dawioo, deed., . brldo the handsome daughter of Mr. W. son is a clever man, kind and gentle in fighting trim and aro determined that we will on Are very much in force. See our $1 Novelty Goods at G. Anderson, of Garrard. character and disposition as nc infant the majority of the enemy shall be de1st, 1896, Pantsgraph. Yes, creased in November. saint. Richmond 85c. Fine all wool Serges at 25c. In fact we can please CITY AND VICINITY. At hli late residence, sell at public outcry to the George is a sweet little cherub, Ho ia hlgheit bidder, you in price and quality. Thrrb are three things that are usualtoo good to go to Sunday School with Buy a clock from Danks. ly over estimatod,a crowd, a man's wealth , t About Two Hundred Acros bad boys or to church for fear of having Mohair Braids are the correct trimming for Fall cosand a woman's age. It ia a matter of Danks for watch repairs. Of fine Hanging Korlc land. This land ii situated to rub up against a sinner. Therefore he tumes. We have them all widths. Bmall moment, but since the crowd that in a good community, 4 milt North of Stanford, was never known to darken a church a fine Uanvilie Foiiwood boots and shoes at Shanks'. tho rads corraled Wednesday to bear on the Stanford nnd moitly in pike. It iainia well grasi, and itate of cultivation, door" He spends the time that worse aDd half Miscellaneous: Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, BlankDouglaa has been so greatly magnified by fenced. Tbe dwelling Is a story necessary brick with Tahlets and Bchool supplies at Craig A people do at church, in concocting petty interested parties, wo givo tho estimates with frame ell, a good one.school, only aboutout300 ets, Feather Boas, Outings, Handkerchiefs, etc., etc. Convenient to buildings political schemes to work in tho dark. Uockor'B. Mill adjoinof tho'se who have seon crowda in their yards away, and a No. Burr Water the land, Eyes scientifically t9ted free o Oh yes, George Is a saint of Old Nick va timo and are not startled at an assemblage ing Land will be offered as a whole and then in The riety. two parcets of about 100 Acres each and which charge nt Craig & Hooker's Cash Store. of a hundrod or bo. "How many do you ever way amounts to the most will be accepted. fcr seeding purposes will be Here's Your Chance Tho Garfield think were here Wednoaday last, Mr. J. Possesion sale and entire possession Ian given day 1, 1S97. after the B. II. Danks will take some of his fine 1' The above will be sold far one third TermsOlub at Louisville will run special trainB N. Saunders?" "I ahould say about 6C0 premium chickens and ducks to the cash, to be paid Jan i, 1897; tnp balanco in and many 1 vears. eaual installments. A bond with approv- from Loulavlllo and Cincinnati on tho men, women and children." "How ' S3s)cssgBr'3g5' Brodhead fair. night of Friday, Oct. 1G, to Canton, the Col. W. F. Sheridan?" "A liberal esti- Led security, bearing interest frrm day of sale, must L.ien reiaineu on innu be given oy tne purcnaser. L. L. DAWSON, Buy your pantB at ShankB.' The larg- home of McKinley. Tickets good on all mate would make It 500." "Give us your for deferred aajments. J. H. BRIGHT, Executors. est assortment of patterns, qualities and L. A N. trains to either city, ar- estimate, Hon. R. 0. Warren?" "Not a riving on aftornoon of 10th. Returning man over 500." "Whntdoyou say Mr-J- . As Administrator of Mrs. Mary A. DawJon. debIzbb in town can be found there. arrive at Loulavlllo Suuday morning. P. Bailey?" "If thero wero oyor 500. ceased, I will at the same time and place sell tbe More Rain. This is not the last rain Faro from Stanford and all stations north thero were 2,000,000 at Lexington to hear following property: Con and Calf. Household and Kitchen Fnrni- - s-Tf- lE your Bedding, Sheets, Blankets, Pillow bo preparo for tho noxt by buying of London to Lebanon $5.25 for round-tri- Bryan." "What aro your figures, Mr. ture, Beds andfie, and other things too numerous Slips, Shams, gumshoea, shoes and mackintoshes of known on day ol (ale. which is cheaper than staying at Robert Fenzel?" "I would think that SCO to mentloa. Terms made L. DAWSON. Admr. W. Severance & Son. home. This is the same echemo that la would cover it." "Not over 600," said Is Receiving his- n tha same dav I will sell some Of my person Vandevbkb has been invit- bolng worked on all the railroads by the Mr. George Allen, the life insurance alt , consisting of 100 shocks of Corn, a nice lot of Mb. D. W. managers to got crowds to go man, in response to the same question Millet Hay in stack, 1 bow and rigs, 7 (at nogs, ed by hia OBsey county friends to speak republican rockaway Horse, r harness a Cows and Calves. to McKinley, Tbey pay tho difference No eatimato we got exceeded 750 and Mare, Buggy and Harness, Surrey and Harness. at eeveral placc3 in that county and ho wagon, nice 101 01 in the cost from fat fried out of monopo- that included town people and all who ond Kitchen nirnituro. Terms made nuuicugm known on will do bo if hlB wife improves sufficientAll Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give him a Call. U L. DAWSON. day f sale. lies. were present. ly for him to leave her. ly Jdurhe Window glass at Craig & Hocker'e. Goal Vases, Shovels and Coal Buckets msmBtmffimmssm a e, Clothing, Clothing, Clothing. Suits, $2,50 to $16f50 ey m to-da- al m to-da- y. Largest and Dest Line in Town. ur m m - m m )l To-da- y (ourt-houa- Watch Repairing -- HAHTKI 'msmT: .IlJISlSra r THOMAS DALTON, - - I Hioh-hanob- p to-da- y ContiDfle Oar Sale p, . ENTIRE STOCK' W. ot H. WE A REN & CO. court-hous- VA. W WITHERS Makes Prices to Suit the Hard Times. McCor-mack- Carpets, Furniture, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods. nect-twar- ltgl."JBtJll s i. ?, I was-The- m Executors' Sale of Land Novelty Goods Thursday, Oct. ? 1 I UGYGKaiKE & $0IT$. - 1 m aasrrtfssgcsi Ssisse H. G. BUPLEY, p, MERGHANT TAILOR -- " " 1 . . JtV. , .Sat-iiiii- d&C&uA ijJtgiAJikf'. iWW js ia U r r - ym. r5 M JEMi-WEtKL- I Y Interior Journa: AT Published Evory Tuosday and Friday J3 P3B YJCATc, IN ADVANOK not sopaid S2.BO will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. p. m., returning at 4:50 p. ra., and 9:30 p. m. L. Tralnslesve Stanford at 7.10 a. m., and 4.05 & N. LOCAL TINE CARD. North South N.4, Train going No, 16. We. 15, u Ne.ej, " ' " - ...11 04 sojptn 313am p ra 37P ra QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City at follows: No. 1 South ...... u.c? p m No. a North ...3 42 pm " " J ...t.copia 11.09 am " 4 " 5 " ...315 am 135 am " 6 " " 8 35 p m " ...6.00 a m 10 Note. Nos. 4 and 5 and 0 and 10 run no furCity. All tralat stop there or than Junction '' '' pOYAl POWDER Absolutely Puro.l A cream of tartar baking powHighest of all in leavening strength. Latest United StatesGov- der. eminent Report. ROYAL BAKING:P0WDER:C0. New York. 33H. W. B. FEJETXrS", Gcutist, Office on CARROLL : Stanford, Sy. DOC DRVB GLASSWARE, &c. other soon to be. Farris & Ilardin. Jeese Kaufman, a republican of John R.Gontry lowered the pacing Wakarusa, Ind., stuck n huge Hag in bis SAMUEL M. OWENS record to 2:00J at Portland, Me. Robert chimney to lot his neighbors know that Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Is a candidal for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subJ. couldn't do bettor than 2:03J on the be whs for McKinley, A big w ind came ject 10 the a. lion of the democratic party. And see the new Hats at Mis. Dudderar's Temsame track the same day. and took awny the flag, cbimney and all ple ol Fashion this week New Legon, now Be Sure to Givo Hiia a Gall. Lev. Miller, of Pennsylvania, bought and Kaufman was killed by the falling Panamu, all the new Persian effects In Flowers ItlcCORMACK anu mooons. Handsome goods but Low Prices EHIUIETT 40 mules, paying nn average of 30 for brick. Dress making done in the latest sttle and on short Is acaaJIdat for Assessor of Lincoln County, yearlings, $14.50 for colts, and $55 to $70 notice. M. D. DUDDKHAK, subject to the action of the democratic patty. MilS. KATK DUDDKRAR. Your support is earnestly solicited. for broke mules. Pans Kcntuckian. Alexander Bros., of Burksville, were M. e in Danville Monday with 125 head of which they sold to Farria & Whitley Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic patty. I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will at 3 cents. They were cattle. ON IMPROVED HARMS keep a supply of all kinds of Coil, so you get such Advocate. as tou want at the lowest poislble prices for Cash. EMBRY utnee, .Mill A new UBe has been discovered for Roller Mills. at. ana Kaiiroaa Jw"ff. utT. B Jlll,l,l.0 In Lincoln county, Ky.,sto per cent., Stanford. k interest: no commission charged. Address Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuty. hops, namely, the curing of bacon. It is 37 GEO. W. HAW. Room 17, Kenyon Building, subject 10 the action cl the democratic party. and WILL CURE found that a sprinkling of hops, in the Louisville, Ky, For blank applications and fur- ejru.stly ssks your support. ther Information, inquire ofj. N. Saunders, Atbrine when bacon and bam are put in torney, Stanlord, Ky. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, s pickle adds greatly to the flavor of both C. G. Sores, Boils, Pustules, I will take all and enables them both to be kept an in UrrvRQ for cash or In the hides I can get Is a candidate (or Assessor of Lincoln, subject to Eczema, Tetter, 1J.1LLjO, Iradetor leather on action of the democratic parly Thinking the definite period, says an English paper court days at Stanford or 'at my home In Ufa workman of Southern end of the counly is entitled to a slice and .ill diseases of the blood and Chas Ennslin, Tanner Simon Wiehl bought of Paul Noble ol the pie he asks your support. ayMakes You Well. 51 head of cattle, average 1,500 pounds, 14 YEARS 4 cents. Pigg sold to G. E. Black, at E. WILLIAM ItlORELAND Indigestion, constipation and dysof Red House, 27 325 pound hogs at J3.S5. Odorless Water ( Closets, FrostHaving his pepsia, kidney and liver disease ana.goo4 bought of J. W. Adams will Coal Plant Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject to I COnllnitA th win the William Arnold bought of J. S. Collins yield to its curative powers and Coal Business at uowlaou:, KyW T.SAUNDERS asksaction of the democratic party. He kludly proof Water Pipes, at said plsce your support will have chares of it as he is well knuwn In that 50 yearling cattle, No. 1, at 3 js for 40 of when cured it end ot the counly Tubs - Keeps You Well. them and 3 cents for the remaining 10. 44 J. H. I1IGGINS. He also bought of various parties for de- A specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO SALE. NONE. Gilt edge reference in and out livery October 1, 75 at from 3 to 3J cents. Sold in Lincoln county by of ttc State Ark your Danville Richmond Register. friends about my work. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. A good Residence House In Stanlord, with Fred Harris sold his crop of corn to en same lot. for tale. The lot coatsios I will from now ou deliver tho Stanford Fartory,s Penny s Drug Store, " acre, and can b easily divided, putting store T. F. CLARKE. Farris & Whitley to be delivered in NoIce regularly every morning, Price house and residence on separate lots. At re i enCraig & Hocker, ' " able Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky. and en easy terms. Apply to vember, at S5 cents. Same Grm bought 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. Jjtfprice .N SAt'NDERS, btantord, Ky. W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. of Luco Bros., of Hubble, 15 feeders, F. B. Twidwcll, Any amonnt between 10 and too lbs at Vfelo. weight 1,100 pounds, at 3 and from All bills must positively be paid the first of each Co., J. A. Hammond, Hubble. ra nth. Leonard Bros., of Mercer, 25 good extra K Tanner Bros., McKinncy. ones at from 3 to 3 40. They also Ky. J. F. Alstott, Powers. & bought from May Bros., of- - Boyle, 50 1 Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. feeding hogs at 3 cents. Edmonia Unlab-a EST M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Ky. el third in the 2:1S trot, purse $1,500, At I am back from the cities with everything that Is new and pretty m the Millinery line Beot time, Sole proprietor Dean's Illack Diamond Roof Terre Haute yesterday. Yours for Health, A visit We want togUe those who owe us fair warning to my store will convince you that this slock Is Paint Animates furnished fur palotini; Wool, them two weeks more that wc 2:12J. She iB owned by Jake Huguely up with shall give they do not come up 10 settle etal and Iron Roots batliUctisn guaranteed, the most complete. us, and if in that James T. Cooke, II roots psmted Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. with Desn s lllacl. Dtaiaend Adtime, we shall put their accounts in tho bauds of was driven by Al Hutchings. and Paint gusrantectl for years Deattrs In best tuHarrodsburg, Ky. MKRSllU.N an officer. MISSLICCIE IlEAZLkY, vocate. rn pumps aad UalvaaiieU Iron Ualvan-ue- d When anr part ol the body Isn't doing the work A position as clerk or to do that nature intended It todo.it puts the whole anr kind of work that iahon- system out of harmony. Sickness tn one part of csi, aouoraoie ana prontame. Am wining 10 woik A. 0. Dunn sold to James Walker the body Is likely to run Into all parts of the for a small salary until I prove myself fit lor the harnesa inare for $100. body. When children stand a row of bricks on position. Recommendation irWcn il desired. J. Givons a end, they knock the whole row down by upsetting Stephenson, Stanford, ivy. 34 M. S. it J. W. Baughinan bought of one prick. That is exactly what happens when Aiex the bowels fail to perform their function. ConstiM. F. Herring, 60 barrels o( old corn at pation makes the troub'i all along the line-p- uts liver out ofoider, is bad for the kidneys bad for $1 delivered. the stomach. It holds in the body poisonous matClaude RodRers bought in George- ter, and because It can not go any pUco elso it blood carries it all over ths town Monday SI cotton mule colts at Rets In the blood. The sluKitihness, lassitude, bad system. That makee breath and foul taite la mouth, fills the stomach Clipper. $10 DEALER IN with gas and causes windy belching, stops digesYoods St Lynn shipped a car load of tion In the stomach, causes sour stomach, heartburn and headache. Yoa can as old all such troub hogs to Cincinnati yesterday which thoy If, for Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure consti- GROOERIES, HARDWARE, pation and its attendant evils. bought in the county at SJc. Set d 21 cents one cent stamps to Dr H V TINWARE, QUEEN3WARE, Three good heifers Bnd three good Pierce Buffalo, in V for his "Medical Adviser." N. milk cows for sale. Twocowa fresh and It is a book of 1008 pages, profusely illustrated. f ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. WANTED. OfiLl Q A T T1 hvc received a Fresh 1 , I or Salt and will sell Seven llushel Ilarrela nt $1.40, Isaac Hamilton, Rowland, Ky. Car-Lo- ad ' SAM W. MENEFEE Is a Candidate fot Sheriff of Lincoln County, subject to the action ol the democratic psty. P (J UK OALL. for lauTei andcM'ldren to drive, and surrey in irood order. Also ona suit of bed room furniture and an Kmmcrssn Piano Forte. Apply to Mrs M. J. Collins, lluitonvillt. Is a candidate for GARLAND SINGLETON J. K, VanArsdale, -- 50.-Mi- dway ustotioie: ! I.ni-mL-s Sunorintcndr-n- t Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party, t IVmU far nlank All nersons deslrin? fence, post and railing or wue fence, cats find Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, wnat .. - T want at tnv Horn near Oilir Creek, nn subject to the actioa oi ine I .. ..--: the democratic piny. ine piice icaaing irom trah Urchin! to blanlord 1 also keep aiwavs on hand a good supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building purposes; also boar-i- and shingles All persons desiring any article of this kind can call on me at Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, my store near Cedar Creek subject 10 the actiou of the democratic party. G W SINGLETON. Juneie.'oC. jitf FRANK S. GREEN J. F. JHOIDAI!I 4 ! I Como Oao, Como All. cat-ti- COAL ! Cooke's 900-pou- Sarsaparilla MONEY To LOAN semi-annu- I ELKIN JOE T. Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE Por-celainBa- tli BAKER Otlen-hel- NOTICE .'I "5.1 v ICIS RESIDENCE FOR c store-houi- St. Asaph Carriage . J. T. JOITES, Stanford, Stanford, FAIR WARNING. TO THE INDIES Tin Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky Lancaster Street, at Residence. 9 "l. VV A. S. Hou J. W. Bailey, the eloquei.t Surgeon Cjncreaeinan of Texas, will at & DIEVSrE, Stanford, Friday night, Oct. 2d, speakr. m. Dentist, nt S Proprietors Everybody should hear him. Ky Stale Tom Underwood will quit our stage STANFORD, KY line the 1st of October, as the line hes Office over McRoberts' lirug Store in the Owaier Huilding. Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, been sold to Rice Benge & Bro. We hate roadsters and to and prepared tor sale. give'Tommy up, as he is a good men Good saddlers bought and sold on commission half mile tracic and best stables in the country. 8 dn the road. W. H. Underwood and Frank Holtz-c'.ahave bought Wm. White's farm near With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed and Stubble. Rush Branch church for $1, 450, which iB I desire to rent for the year 1S.7 two adimeg Law, Attorney about $50 per acre. They now own two firms about miles hit! of Morcland. is Lincoln counly, one ccntalmng iMiiiciimi the oth-shares of that farm. er ito acres. About 3 acres 00 each farm to go in corn and about 13 acres In each to go in stsail cattle Luce Bros, sold 151,000-poun- d And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices grain, balauce in grass lloth farms well watered OEce on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Dwelling house ot 7 rooms on 10 acre tract and to M. J. Farris at 31c. J. O. Eubanbs Wagons Lower Than Evur. 8S House. Collections receive especial attention. before you buy. Farm also good tenant house Dwelling house of four has returned from Pulaski county after rooms on i' acre tract. Good Lirn. .ml outbuildings on both They will be rentei seia- baying a few bead of cattle and muiee. ratly or loeethe- - eith.r He reports prices there about as here. 54 J M.CARTER, !R .Moreland. Ky. 9 The Pennsylvania man wb here SaturJ. F. BARKER, Proprietor, day looking after mules, but hia bids SHELBY & SHELBY, iij tl!J Y. were only f 15 to 320 for good colts, and - still he lives in a gold standard State. He Rates TWO DOLLAKS Per Dar. a1 bonght only four colte; of R. L. Hubble John Blanks Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large for 7o. Over production. City, - Kentucky. Mid Commodious Sample Rooms. bought six acres of land of Jos. White Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. BAlLEt HUBBLE. and lllsik lion Roofing of all kinds si II PRICE, BAILED NOEL DEALERS Good. Clean. Cheap In cichaHge. c& Training: and Stable Stanford, .2g2 SOIT, IN COAL, KV. Near Railroad Crossing, hast ef Depot, STANFORD, . .. Corn ind Hay taken Come and tee us. First-clas- s . f w. s. btjkoh:, at THE CIBB'S IMPERIAL FLOW, Two Farms For Rent. i!-- 4 FOB SAXsE. Ro,tni Hy 10 com-lorub- le Stanford, 'Kentucky. Vv'HEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, Desirable Suburban Heme, Containing Ten Aires of Land, Ear Ck. lias a it a gewd, Dwelling of fet all necessary outbuildings. One yare) hydrsnt and oae far i, lerlog stock, alo a splendid, never fill.ng well. J AS I J ."Un.'oid, Ky. IIULFA, BAB1CER HOUSE B. K. WEAREN. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD. KV. Somerset, Kentucky 47 Capital Stock- - SPECIAL PRICES Will be made for the asking on 8100,000 Prornpt.and polite service to guests. for $200. Camp Meeting. Fiat Rock, Ky., SepOne and 5, 1S90. tember I K. B. KILEY, Proprietor, d for the round trip during lam 'ji London. - - - Kentucky. meeting from Oakdale, Tenn., Danville, :v I Ky , and all stations between. Great In I meeting. Good :: Shave moved to my new Hotel and am bsttsi ter Denomination il than ever to accommodate the public speakers. Ask agents about rates and lood Livery attached and every convenience d sfrtd. Give me a call. schedules. W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A., yy FRANK RILSY, Cincinnati, O. fill Trotting Horse Rreeders Asj'n. LexA. O. Lanham John I!. Castlcman. ington, Ky., Oct. Gth to 10th, '00. Round trip tickets via Queen & Crescent Route for one fare good until Oct. 17th to return. No extra charge on vestibuled INSURANCE COMPANY traine. Philadelphia, Pa. National Druggists OF LIVERPOOL. Association. October 5th to 9th. W. O. Rinearsos, G. P. A., Cincinna- THE RILEY kOUSE IFOR 30 DAYS I 1 1 " one-thir- If Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, Screening's and Shipstuff. J.H. BAUGHMAN S,CO. 'VT?. ... . i 91 M. I hi New 3 2 5 o 3 n n n O O n n 3 P o In 3 -- I -I ?r EL oo f? "2 S ?r ET B3BBEE S CBSTLEMSS. MANAGERS, ti, O. Commerce Building', Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. From all accounts, Cbamberlsin's Cough Item edy is a Godsend to the afflicted. Tnere is no ad vertisement about this: we just feel like saying it The Democrat, Carroilton, Ky. n. t 3 3 CL O a 3 c a. j? v n 3 p m jj, Ui SENT IT TO HIb MOTHER IN GERMANY. Mr, Jacob Esbensen, who is in the employ o! the Cnicago Lumber Co , at Dcs Moines, Iowa, says: "I have just sent some medicine back to my mother in the old country, that I know irom personal use to be the best medicine in the world fer rheumatism, having used it in my family for several years. It is called Chamberlain's I'atn lUlm. It always does the work. For sale by Craig A-- Hocker, Stanlord, Ky. W. Portland -- A.. - THIBBIiB. - local agent, Stanford, 37lf I P i 3 O 3" 3 p V 3 t) r 31 3 S. n o n in c The Directory oi this Hank is composed ol Korcstus Heid, Lincoln county; S. T. Hams, Lincoln; Hrrt and Most Favorable Terms rf Irsurance J. H. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. H.yd.D, Stanford; S. II. Haughman Lincoln; J". : : J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. IMIIll.khaoford; KENTUCKY. K. L. Tanner, MeKintiey; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.Ky Oilers his services o the people ol West Lis-FCoin and Casey Counties. stock (if Coffins J. H. Hocker, President; sod Caskets always on hand. Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; II. a. (.arpcutcr, Manager, gj A. A McKinney, Asst.Csshier Aetna Accident Insurance) Company. Under the provisions of the National Hink are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability tor aa amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ot s Turnout., Aitntuui Reasonable Rates. A portion of vour nationa? is this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. tTve sworn statements of thecondition of the bsnk respectfully solicited S 6a. are made each ycarto the United Stales government and its asms are eiamlned at stated limti by government agents, thus securing sddltltoaa THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, snd perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in iSj3, then ued as the National Hank of Stanford id 1S01 and as the Hirst National Uank ot again Is Agent for The Stanlord In iSii, has had practically an uninterrupted eilsleoceof t vcars. Ills Letter mnnUJ now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and bonerable career Accounts of corporations, fiduAnd The ciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully solic-ic- d Junction Klrit-Clas- 23,700 Props. Livery, Fccl and Surpluu Attention of the public is invited to the far Sale Stable, chat this is the oaly National Hank in StanforJ V., "W. JOHITSOIT. Vort Life lus. Co. $ T. "D-TTOI- UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, ull O 2 a. CS Two Farms For Sale. Farm No, 1 contains 191 acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater psrt of which Is In grass; well watered; wilti good improvements, including new metal roof tobacco birn far 10 acre crop. Tins farm is situated 111 what is pronounced the best district Jn Kentucky for White Hurley Comfortable residence house. Farm No. a contains 300 acres in same locality, with brick dwelling. Large slock and tobacco barns. One of the best improved farms in the county. Iloth farms are in fine stato of preseivallon, well watt-reond fenced, uosoto K. it. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, 10 Stanford, Ky, o. Farmers BaaMTrnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co OK STANFORD, KY. Iinewfullyorgsntied and ready for business with Kentucky. 3 & o 5 - 3-- & Q K $200,000. 0,000. -r- San Francisco. ..To the., Via 'lhe mw:m:mM mxz5Msii &s&bttl' -- JFSf:trrkir$ 1Sps&javssxis HfwMBms CHiaca firfg MSB! Two jealous women in Hungary fought a bloody duel with pistols. One hit a small boy in tne top of a tree some distance away, and the other killed a calf in an adjoining meadow. One of the features of the county fair to be given out in Chiliicolhe, Mo,, is a balloon race with six starters. In a recent letter to the manufacturers, Mr W. iienjimin, editor of the Spectator, Rushlard.N, Y .says.-- ''It may be a pleasure to you to know the high esteem in which Chamberlain's medicines am held by the people of your oun btate, wtieto they must be best known An aunt of mine, who resides at Dexter, Iowj, was about to visit ineafewyeais since, and belo,e leaving hone wrote ine, asking 11 tney were ssia nere, stating that if they were not she would bring a quantity with her, as she did not like to be without them' The medicines ieferrcd to are ChamSerlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures ot colds and croup; Chamberlain's i'aln Halm for rheumatism, lame back, pains in the side aud chest, and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fur bowel complaints. These medicines have been in constant use in Iowa (or almost a quarter of a century. 1 ne people nave learned that tbey aro articles ol great worth and merit, and unequalcd - ly o n O p in 3 V) oi -- r P! K V. era a. ?r n p m C 3 P n o 3 H 1 p jj era c-- . C PS 0: ilcuisviuc p 3 n J p p ti 3 " st in c o at -o M, S. IIadgiihan. J. W. lUCGHMAh. M. S.& J. W. Baughman, rsOIKIKTOXS- - Only Dining Car Route From fcOUXSTTIIsIiE TO CHXC2&G. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern, For maps or any information, address E. H. BACON rKANK.V. REID. D. P. A , G. P. Agent, I ! LoulsvllJe Chicago. lie sure la call for Monon Route, n THE 1 a. BLUK-GRAS- S 3 n 5 En" HERD OK SWiWRED HOGS. from tne best herds My Breeders were of this famous breed or swine In several different Aipleudld lotol pigs of diriorent ages States. for sale, bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address sclr-ctc- &ji5t,M.ysSs4K" JlW.vit4t;SfcffCTs. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-cla- SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OI' STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in Naticna) uanici, us snarenoiders being held individual! liaole to the extent ot the amount of their stock therein at the par value tlicruol, in addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may uctas executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully si sn individual. To those who entrusted their bulslncis to us thile mnagin the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their bustnesc with us, offering as guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are coa. sisunt with sound banking, l J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. 11. Shauks, Stanford; J.S.Owsley, Stanford; S J, Embry, Stanford; IlIHICTOnS. lorritc,Inour If you noed livery give us a call. Nothing out ss turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us J. B. Owsley, J. F Osb, Stanford; Slanford; William Gooch,.Stanlord; A. W.JCarpenter.IMIllcdgeville, S, II, Shanks, President, Denver. St JPaUlJ For sale by Craig &. Hocker, Htanlord Ky. R. M. BRONAUGII, Ky. Crab Orchard, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. first-clas- W.JH.iCuramtusPreacheri Ule, W. M. Urlght, Teller. s Tiy our horse shoer. work and satisfactory , Dt, J.I). Oai'ey, Cashier, - M . IfT'T11"-- " ep niiwi - ?i!l