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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896100601 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. .1, Semi W EEKLY INTERIO vol. xxv. inilce of TheEloqtnl Tetan Mah a Magnificent fair within there Sieech fur Ihmtcracy to an En- Stanford you can but your boots l.lneoln thvunrtic Awhfwr. county will be ropreaented. 'fhoy know a good tiling when they boo it anil consequently they took in the Ilrodlipml fair of stock by the hundreds. A good from Lincoln was also there nnJ hb usual a goodly portion of the premiums wont 11 Ih h CO STANFORD KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1896. -- r Journal NO. 63 the brodhea u fa in. CONGRESSMAN J. II'. JIAILHV. enough for tho rich and by the eternal It LANCASTER, dl m i- - to them. Tho rain of Tuesday made It necrnaary to pootpouo the exhibition one day Bud it was money In tho ntockholderB' pockets, for that carried tho fair over Friday, day for crowds. There which in tho were never moro people in Urodhend than wero there Thursday and Friday and wtra well repaid. Tho ood people reconiz id them all as their guoflta and entertained tut in royally. aro putup ThebulldlnRsatthe.falr much permanency and the with Fair Aesoclatlon will glvo exhibitions each year. Thoy made money thla year notwithstanding the bit: outlay and noxt year they will odor premiums that will brine the best horses in the State. The ollkors, E. E. Prothoroo, president, J. W. Tate, vice president, R. II llatnm, secretary, and A. E. Albright, treasurer, aro the rtizht men for the places they fill and I move that they be made the ofllcors (ornll tlmo to come. They aro accommodating, elllcleut, palnstak-in- s and have tho Interest of the fair at heart, moro probably than any other four gentlemen in the coanty. A.O. DunnKOteecond money in tho trot Friday, won the fancy turnout premium and several others. Mr. 0. 0. McOlure, of Taint Lick, formerly a Lincoln county man, won the pace and tho Intkhiou Journal's premium for the best saddle stallion, inarje or gilding. Tom Napier not tho purse in the fat inan'B racs. John DadJerar, also of Lincoln, cime eoond There was only ouo entry in the URly man's ring, but llauip Reynolds wonhl him gotten it had there been a doiun. Musart. R. 8. Martiu and KJ AlbriKht won prminuiua on their two as pretty chiMran hs on could rind in a" day'a journey. Dink Farmer and Tom Benedict won the rnnnin with one of Mr. S. H. Baushmaa'a rrack buiKtailfl. Tnro wero two other starters bJt they wero not tn tli race at II The Btore were H clew! during tho fair and tho town "rented a dull ap pearanc, quite a difference to Hut at the There was no opposing f sir ground fiolion like tliere la in o tuny towne, but thh merchaata and all vied with each other in making the fair a snwe. Our oountyman, John Dudderar, who was driving in the pacina race, met with an accident that not only loat hiin his raoe, but bruised him up considerably. Onrouudiuga short ourvo his sulky turned over and he was thrown out with ranch force, Ho wsb driving tho sorr! pacer Fatty Nunueller uod to own and record was fc'oinK ""ur tl"' when the bad luok befell him. The Urodhead band, assisted by Mr. .11 Kinley. of Stanford, furnished tho which was highly complimented; C.n .IP. Chandler n'.aved the role of ring master to perfection, while Mr. R H. UronauRh made oa flno asUrtor as ever handled n Uk. Pretty girls wero on bad galore and it more courting was done at Brodbead the Fair than ever before in the aamo length of llmo. A delightful party at Mr. R. S. Martin's waa ono of the many pleasant fenturea of Fair week. Messrs. R. L. Kwoll and J. Mort Roth-wef poke hereThuraday night, when it up. Iseaii the formor was literally rod hog" fame was In fact ho of "little not in It at all and ovon some of the republican wero eorry of tho joiut debate Mr.Rothwell mide a capital speech, I am told, and did goad for tho cause. The republicans hero aro not feollug good over their prospects In Novomber. The free silver sentiment has invadod their ranks and Is growing and thoy know that unless Bomothing Is done Rockcastle will fall over into the democratic column. So K. 0. W. mote it bo. bt-B- t ly Hock-cast- le CONaitESSMAN llAILEV. A court-hous- e full of anxious, earnest, Htnrdy peoplo from all sections of the ba-bie- f, rc two-mlnut- du-riu- ll church CHIMES. ry . Roy. J.I. Wills cloeoJ an Interesting rovlval at Freedom church, Garrard additions county, laatSaturday, with 18 of which number wero to tho church, baptizsd coavorts. -- Register Tho 50th anniversary of tho Broadway Christian church, LoulBVille, will be celebrated Oct. 11th, when on interesting program will bo given. Our thnuka' aro due Eldor 0. E Powell, tue paior, lor invitation. Tho Christian church National convention will be hold at Springfield, III., Tho Christian Woman'B Oct. Board of Missions will uso tho 10th and Tho Springfield 17th for their work. lodging aud breakchurch will furnish For dinner aud supper a fast free. price will be uskod, the proceeds small to go to missionary work. Send your namo for entertainment to A. P. Cobb, Springfield, 111. '-'5 10-2- 3. Gov. Bradley hns appointed R. W. Knott and Charles S. Grubbe, of LouisTenuee-se- o ville, to be commissioners to the Contennlftl Exposition. county, with a goodly number from Garrard and Boyle, and some from Madison, greeted tho Uon. J. V. Bailer, when he aroso to speak hero Friday night. Crab Orchard was represented, so was the Waynesburg precinct, and bo was the HuRtonville while for miles around from this precinct the peoplo came to hear tho eloquent Congressman from Texan expound democratic doctrine and expatiato on the bleslogs that will result from the return to the free coinage of silver. Au organ had been placul on the rontrum nnd the following ladies and gentlemen at the flhortt'flt notice Rang tho new and popular aong "Sixteen to One:" Mrs. A. G. Huffman, organist, M mes Outavia Sizamore, Nettie and Georgia Wray, Besaio Richards, Mary Bruco, Katie Lae Yegor, Delia Foland; Messrs. J. X. Saunders, A. G. Huffman, cornet et, Jack Rut, A. K Hundley, Carroll Bailey, Joe F. Waters, I). F. Logan, ) Riney. On being introduced by Uon. R 0. Warren In h fow nell chosen words, Mr BaiUy acknowledged thd compliment the song implied aud fi.nd "If the gen tluuieu of Lincoln will vote 10 to 1 as well as tho ladle ning "IP to 1," It will b the binner de.nocratic county in the State." Tlie speaker then entered at once upon thediHcusiiou of the Chicago platform, bill had not spoken five minutes bufore a fire alarm was sounded, causing many to rush out. 0:hera thought they recognized u as a radical trick to break up the ineetiug, and bo informed the speaker, who declared that he could not Kentucky people could be uuilty of such duplcable methods. "But,"eaid he "If we have tofihc tho dovll with fire, we will build one for them in November tual will I)h better than iho place where the fire. Is never quenched and the worm ilieth not." "Aud we'll throw them into it too," cried a hearer. "Yes and there are republicans so green that their bodies would almost put out the fire in the lower regions," added the speaker. Order was aoon restored and it was ascertained later that the alarm was caused by B H. Dankn' chimney burning out. After referring briefiy to the Chicago platform in general and allowing the absurdity of tho charge of anarchy and brought against it by thu republicans and their aid aociety, he launched into the currency question and made it so plain that the weakeat mind could craap it. He refuted the pet argument of the gold etandard advocate? that over production had caused the fall in prices of nearly everything and showed by statistics th it the yield of wheat hud nut kept up with the increase of population aud that there ws more surplus cotton in 1S73 than in 1805. Comparing the prices of those stable commodities now with tboao that prevailed in 1S73, when silver was demonetised, he showed that eilvor bullion would buy as much now as then and that it was on account of the appreciation of the value of gold and not on account of tho deputation of the value of articles of commerce that cauB-e- d lower prices and hard times. Cotton was worth 17 cents in gold in 1S73 and wheat $1.03 In 1895 the one was worth 8 and tbe other 51 conts. As the production of neither of these articles had kept pace with tho demand owing to increased population, he argued that it whs tbe money that had become dearer and that instead of "honest money," about which the cold standard people prato ao much, It was really dishonest money since ijstoidoi being viorth 100 cents as provided by law, it waa actually worth 200 outs. A dollar that rissa in value is as much a dishonest dollar as the one that depreciates in value and It la the purpose of tho democratic patty to give the country a dollar whose value or purchasing power remains tin same yesterday find forever. Such a result will be reached when the mints aro again open to the free and unlimited coinage of eilvor as they are now to gold and the white metal rosumwa itB place ns redemption money. Silver h good enough for tho poar man, but gold alone suffices the rich. Thu democratic party is tho party of the peoplo and recognizes no classes. It proposes that monoy that is good enough for the poor shall also be good T-Lbe-Pe7- n tarn to-da- Boll n bale cotton for 85, pay hia taxes of $60 and Blackburn to Bpeak at thiB ploco on tho have $35 loft. Now bo haa to sell two 10th hst. has beon pobtpoaed to a later biles to pay taxea of $50 and has only dato, and Hon. Allen 0. Meyers, the dis-- i $25 left. It Is bo on nearly everything tlngulsbed orator, from Ohio, will speak oIbo. Gold has gone up and prices have here, on Thursday, the 8th. Tho demo comodown. In Mexico, India and oth- cratic campaign committee has advertiser silver countries a silver dollar buys ed him, und a large crowd is expected. as much as it ever did and it is only Lidies are Invited to attend. Hon. RobHarding and other distinguished when compared with tho 200 cent gold ert democratic epeakera will ba hero on the dollar that a difference is found The h gold standard advocates would put a 20. Inst., county court day. n It ia that the National farmer between the npper and nether will vote for Chief Jintice democrats mill atone. Tney tell him to go to work Pryor for to the appellatu and make something to sell and he will bench, if they wero only reminded of the havo plenty of money. Ho goes to work deraises a big crop and when ho can't sell fact that tbey can vote under thoir vice and then put tho stencil opposite it for as much as the cost of production, Judgo Pryor'a name, in the other colthey tell him be Iub worked too hard, umn. We hopo that the Intshiok Jounmade too much and created su overwill Btart this along tho lino and production. So at fast it is only tho lazy, nal thus aid in tho election of the pure and ehiftleba fellow, according to their argudistinguished judge, whose decisions will ment, who is the real benefactor. Ho have nothing to do with the money, or makes nothing and consequently does tbe tariff question. not help to produce the surplus that ie An enthusiastic democratic convon now so greatly magnified. Tho gold mm tion was held here on last Saturday, for will not see that in driving silver from its the purpose of nominating a candidate, place as monoy thoy have roduced the for the Legislature, to Bucceed Judge W. money supply below the needs of comE. Walker, resigned. Col. George T. Far-ri- s merce. They had rather claim tliBt tho called the convention to order. Hon. yard stick had shortened of its own acR. II. TomlinBon was made permanont cord or the earth had shrunk than to and M. D Hughes, secretary. yield their pet theory. Tho gold stand- chairman Hon. Letcher Owsley nominated A. B. ard makes a dearer dollar and that makes Brown, Jr., aud ho was unanimously falling prices and bard times. chosen as tho standard bearer. He made Tho appreciation of gold has been so great that a man could have buried $10,- - a few remarks expressing his allegiance the party and hts determination to 000 of it ton years ajto and had $3,0C0 t) win. On the evening of Nov. 3d, the remore now than if he had invested it in real estate. And were tho Savior on publican candidate will realize the fact earth today He would be compelled to that he has been in a race. commend instead of condemn tho sloth SHELBY CITY. ful servant who buried his talents. FarmRev. Henry Faulcouer will preach at ers who are led to bolieve that making the Presbyterian church Tuesday night. wool free Iibh reduced its price forget Tho Christian Endeavor entertainthat the price has been Btendily decreao-In- g for a number of yearn, due to n do ment, which was postponed from Sunday creaBe of the demand. Cotton has to a night to Wednesday night, netted over so great extent taken its place in, manufac- for the cause of mies'ins. The Knighte of Honor picnic cost ture, some cotton blankets being made now that are better in appearance and the lodge about f 30, but everybody lied u nice time aud plenty to eat. The June fully hs warm as the wool product. Auother favorite argument of the gold tion City Braes Band furnished music by men is that oil tho country needs is con- day aud the Danville cohred string band fidence, not money, but conflJonce can by niuht for the danciue. On Saturday Ht the Gilcher House in only be croated by cash, m any man will find if he tries to get accommodation at Danville, Mr. Charles Lyons, of Lyon's the banks or other money lending insti- StHtiou, Ky., was united in marriage to Mies Culla Willinuie, one oi Junction tutions. City'u most popular young ladies. Thev But it is impossible to give even a respectable synopsis of tho magnificent ef- left for his homo immediately after thtir unrrmge. Mr. Lyons was a Btudont at fort in our circumscribed apace. Nothing but a verbatim report could do it Centre College two years ago aud now is justice, and even that would be lacking an operator on tho L. & N. at Lebanon of tho charm of its splendid delivery. Junction. Where is Roland Burcheh? Mr. W. A. Daniels, a former pupil of From Hb beginning until its dose, two hours later, with an eloquent peroration your correspondent at the Centro Ool-l- e Preparatory, and now a candidate to Kentucky and Kentuckians, whonov-e- r fall of their duty either in war or for thoeophomoro watch at Centre and a peace, thero was not a dull sentence in it seminary student, preached quite nu in and when he Bat dowu there were loud teresting sermon at tho Presbyterian calls for him to continue. The Bpeech church Sunday night, aided by n quartet, waB a vote maker, settling those who are composed of Meesra. Sharp, Rogers, Grant true to the faith more firm in fielr con and Stofer; .Messrs. McCormack and also aided in making our C. victions and chauging others who had E consecration Sunday meeting more been almost persuaded to either vote for McKlnley or the next thing to it, for old eniliiiniiistic. utility niaht as meeting was begin-man Palmer. A large number of pri ig hi thrt Presbyterian church, Mr, sons crowded up to shako hamta and congratulate tho speaker, many f ulitfm J .nu tviir., of Dauy illo, called Mr. rLinii'l Kllr-- to the front door aud if told him that they had nevt r ao convincing nor so fair nn ebu lirib'ie ii hiiii, commoncod to slash at heard him witi a vmie. He cut Mr. Kelley a llient for the necessity of the free co iloog u'iaii in tii not deep, but of silver. Mrtff.li Win. Tuttlo arrested Loud calls were made for R. G. VVi"- - iiWw'ly. urtii, (ih'I gone in add taken a of Mr. M1. liams, of Mt. Vernon, at the c Balley'ri effort, but Mr.Willi.ims ihougiu hi- - b tiie ni i udy, over whom the it'li Mjny twciif ru ". Mr. Kelley is n quiet that the peoplo had had eiuiuuh m L'ood thing for one night and iuiiiitd 10 l nii.yrU yuui.ir inau and thought respond. Mr. Scbn wh Hitiing in fun. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. DisArroiNTEo Tukm. Hon. T. P. HiP, Mrs. Mary Fife, aged 02, was found of Stauford, upoke at the opera hous9 on doad iu bed iu Madison county. Monday afternoon to a small audience. Hart Pettis, aged 13, son of Joseph Those who heard him wero very moderPettis, of Garrard, was killed by a trolley ate in their expression of appreciation of car in Louisville. his speech in favor of gold bug docft trine. Thomas Nawkirk and Henry Those who were opposed to his fought a duel over a woman iu the bolting proclivities regarded his Bpeech mountains near MiddlesVoro, and both as a disappointment, eoruo gciug bo far were killed. as to say the gentleman was foarfully at John Crockett was given a lifo een in hie arguments and lack of inforat Columbia far the murder of Dan mation. Col. Hill should take fonie Kidd, of Casey. Llia brother got a like preparatory lessonB in statistics before ho sentence last court. goes before tho people. A farmer presGov. Bradley ban refused to com- ent eays that the colonel made somo of mute the sentence of Buford Overton, the worst breaks he ever knew n public the condemned murderer, sentenced to speaker of any character to make in the hiiug Oct. 12 in Harlan. way of blunders or misrepresentation. Judge Saullay set aside the verdict He thinks tho colonel badly informed on against the L. & N. for $15,000 hwardod theeubjoct of the curreucy. Bowling o by tho Boyle county jury to Mrs. Green CDurier. and granted a new trial. Col. Thomas P. Hill came a'l the way The Mercer circuit court began a from Stanford and in order to bo certain three weekB' term yesterday. James to be here he came in a train or two Downing's case for tho murder of Police- ahead. The colonel hud h very small Several j crowd and tho $25 paid for tho opera man Russell is set for today. other murder cases are on the docket. houeo might have been put to a better Prof. J. 0. Fales was appointed use. The city court, police court room, dean of tho faculty, and civen charge of or even the law office in which "Attor-- I Centro College, its managemont nnd dis- uey" 0. W. Millken's rousing convention cipline, until a president is choeon. The was held would have been amply largo to board adjourned to meet again in Dan- hold the com bugs, democrats anu re-- , ville October 15, when a preaidont will publicans who assemblud to hear him. bo selected. Jake Mlnton's house at Upland, Pu- Tho colonel is a good man and a fairly laski county, caught fire and was burned good epcaker and deserves better crowds -Mrs. Mlnton's fatheri and a better cause than he had today. to the ground. Bowling Green Journal. about 80 years old, waa burned to death befire he could be gotten out and Mrs. A man uamod 8pnuutlild, in Trlge Mlnton was soverely burned in trying .nnnlv trtllnil hia lltiln tirnthnr rtrti n bow intended for a refractory mule. to save mm, anu win me. I ' well-knowVon-dir-Lip- IntondsthatltBhnllbe. In 1873 a planter could 0 A 11 HARD COUNTY. Tho appointment of Hon. J. C. 8. THE STAITP'OB.D FEMALE Student! 125. Teach-- n COIiI-T5a- E. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prosldont. Thorough cou mm in Lm. Greek, French, English. 7. All ipocUllits Malhemulci, Natural ntiJ Moral Sciences, Music, Art and Elocution Situated in the Hue of climate, beauty or scentry, refiacnent of Kontuckr ; dn'iruuiihed far healthfu'ne Gran section ofsoctcty. Kail Sesiton op "is September 7. Hfinl9C dm j wnere you will teo t your daughters next year, be sure to write for tf Our Now Oataloarm. MR3. NAVNIB S. - Address, Uly Ky. Trior3ri"ii?wT-i,icii,irt3roiO2x"riii.ir?riiiii- B" WJjVDOW QJUASS I Window Glass, Paints and Oils Cheaper than ever sold before. fi 4 READY MIXED PAINTS ! Guaranteed the IJest. Now is the time to buy. 'iffi--v-v- -Q W. B. MoBOBEETS. iioiir :::o::ici,ix,ic-icoia-l - Jf JtV .J h i -- CRAI6 Sl .DEALERS IN. hocker. Pavn-is- , rugs, Ghsrrvuoals, OtIs, J ji-- fc Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. . I -- It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. J " k I aarl e Wh Prices they will be sold. m m ormm ! We have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Lowest Smith 8c Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and Calf, aarWith double Scotch Sole?."a f 1 Drew Selby & Co.s' Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, On all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, Scotch Soles. Goods. half single n y QyGcnts' Furnishing Goods, &c. An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress Yours for Bargains, CHARLES WHEELER OUR STOCK OF m 1 rti-i- SUMMER GOODS AT U oors, ' Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the residue JLH THAN DST, - ABh-cra- You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale prices. W. P. TATE, Metal Roofing sen-ton- ce Sash and Blinds, Shu-mat- "5-- WlJL--- A. C. SINE, iO Stanford. Shingles, Etc. -- Stanford, Ky. I I UNDERTAKING -- BY- I J", C. BTCXiARir, f oo And Funeral Director. 4 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Courjt-Hous- e i .,. n ,nMnmntrtmmtmMh t i htwirmrf ',....-,- , ,, h,w - -nr f J1tvf . f , m. , ILJ, Viiiw..-TiMMii- y MiWwui) Hi H, Ijli ln JrtW JEMJ-WEEK- iHIEEIORjOUEHE - Stanford, Ky., VV. Oct. 6, 1896 P. WALTON. nd Vice.Preildent ror President BRYAN AND SEWALL 'I For Judge of the Court of Appeal! JUDGE W. S. PRIOR Of New Catte. For Congrojs, JOHN B. THOMPSON, of Mercer. la I IS Wukn the Louisville Times pricks its large ears and Grays that the Interior Journal is an apostate, it shows its either of the meaning of the word or the paper's attitude in the present canvasn. The TimeB man knows, if he knowB anything, that wo have simply deferred to the judgment of the democratic party expressed by its highest authority, believing it dishonorable to agree to so abide by participating In the primaries and then fail to do so, when our personal prefeie'C'a were not embodied in the platform. Since the Times has become a renegade and turn, pd its back on the party it had heretofore professed to love, it has Bhown a reckless disregard both for the truth and the feelings of its former associates and friend?. But this seems the way of the world. Let a man or paper start to the bad and he goes with snch rapidity and recklessness that there Is left no time for expostulation. But four weeks from the Times will see Us error and either acknowledge it or go horse, foot and dragoon over to the republican party, which it is now aiding and comforting so v valiantly. . though used to such Cincinnati, dem. things, never Baw such a political onstration as that given Mr. Bryan Friday night. From the Union depot to the Gibson Hotel and from there to the Music Hall, the sidewalks and Btreala were filled with a surging mass of humanity all bent on seeing and hearing the next president of the United Sutea. Music Hall was packed, but as It could not hold a tithe of the vast crowd, Mr. Bryan was compelled to addreas the overflow on the Htreot and afterwards spoke in Covington, making three speeches thBt night after half a dozen or so at railway Bta- tlonaduringthe day. After his swing around the circle, Mr. Bryan expresses the most supreme confidence in his election and in this confidence thousands of well posted people enthusiastically join. It is written in the stars that Bryan will bo elected four weeks from to day and the republicans, their aid society and all bales can not prevent it. dained by Providence to Buffer from storms and other casualties. Tnro years ago nearly all its orange trees wio destroyed bv frosts and a few daya ago a tornado left death and destruction in its wake, while a tidal wave added to the casualties and work of ruin. Cedar Keys was almoHt obliterated and other towns suffered almost bb severely. The Hat of the dead and wounded run up into tho hundreds, while many lives were lost which will not be known until there is an enumeration of mieeing frienda and families. The pf ople are almost paralyzed by the calamities, which tread on each other's heals eo iat they follow, and there is great destitution nnd suffering. Ohio, will take tho stump for Bryan and Sewall, though he Btands just where he did on the currency question bcforo the convention. Like all good democrats he deferB to the judgment of hia party and in doing bo ho BayB: "I feel that I am not making any greater sacrifice than Major McKinley did when he turned his back on his frequent utterances for Bllver and accepted a nom ination on a platform which upholdathat for which ho bo roundly denounced air. Cleveland." The governor iB a power in they Buckeye State and his position is worth thousands of votes for the democratic ticket. Ex-Go- RarciiLiCAN papers are springing up likomusbroona. In addition to thp Mf. Vernon Republican, George R. Martz and L. W. Bethurum editors, of which we made mention In our lost, the Nows has been received. The latter la edited by W. W. Sawyers, Jr., and both are pretty good papers, for those who like that kind of papers. Tho Mt. Vernonjsheet la evidently printed by the Richmond Pantograph, of which it is as much alike ao a couple of black-eye- d peas. Since the nbovo was written, tho Anderson Republican, Claude P. Cozlne editor, hna made its appearance. It beara trie marks of the difilculty under which it whr gotten out, but 'holds out tho promiso that the next number will make up for tho delinquencies of this. In cesuming editorial and proprietray charpo of the Mt. Veinon Eagle, Mr. James Maret, rechristens it the Signal, Its original and more appropriate name. The iesueBhows that Jim's pen has not lost its cunning nor hia nose its keen sense of smell for a news item. Hero's to you old fellow, and may you live long and get dead loads of free silver (or your labors. W. B. Hudson, late of the Barbour-vill- a Experiment, has become a partner with O. B. Hill In tho Boattyvllle Enterprise, which thoy are making a red hot Bryan paper. Bar-bourvi- ile The convention in the 7th district proved n fizzle Rnd a failure and adjourn ed Friday after many fruitless ballots sine die without making a nomination. A call for a primary was made for the 17th by a vote of S7J to 7SJ. Bronston lead throughout the balloting, but Carroll who was three times withdrawn an 1 as hold the key to many times the situation. The others were afraid to adopt the rule to drop tho hindmost candidate and that ended the first chapter It is said of a very faraical petformnncj. that tho primary insures Bronston'a defeat. Beginning about Oct. 15, Carlisle, Fellows, Lindsay, Cock ran and Breckinridge will all bo stumping Kentucky at the same time for sound money. Courier-Journa- l. Woll let it go at that. But even the uninitiated know that the real object la to elect McKinley, a man who waa nover Bound on the money question, if these speakers are now, and who stands for everything else that is vicious in politics and antagonistic to democracy. Georgia will answer Maine and In no uncertain tones. Two yoats ago tho democratic plurality waa a little more than 20,000, but a conservative estimate places the plurality this year at 40,000. Tarty linea have been closely drawn and the democratic candidates have been fought within and without, but there is every reason to expect a victory which will mean far more than the result in Maine Tony Carroll, secretary of tho bolto-cratcommittee, estimates the vote of the McKinley Aid Society in Kentucky nt 50,000. As it took hard work to get less than 7,000 signers to enable them to have the ticket put on the ballot, it would looc like t'uU would cover the entire strength of the State, and we are hero to w"ger that its vote will not exceed ic 10,-00- Florida seems to be peculiarly preor- I' a IS !? I McKinley made 10 speeches Saturday to "visiting delegations." It muat he exceedingly tiresome for the hired men who have to listen at these harangues so often. An Ohio paper says that the as busi same men go every day, as McKinley demness men, ocrats and so on in an endless chain. to-da- y POLITJCA L POINTS. Pay Breckinridge will speak at Pineville today. The boltocrataof Indiana have deemed it inexpedient to nominate a State ticket. Senator Blackburn will speak at Mt. Vernon next Friday and at London and Corbin next day. Allen O. Myers will be at Lancaster next Thursday and will speak at 1:30. Make it a point to hear him. Bryan'a majority over McKinley in the number of speeches delivered is said to be 120. They all count too. John G. Carlisle writes that be will deliver five speeches in Kentucky between October 15 and November 1. The Courier Journal exultingly says but three democrata will be elected to Congress from Kentucky this year. Gov. Bradley reimbursed the State for 320 paid Lt. Gov. Worthingtoo aa hia Balary during the time he occupied tho executive chair in Gov. Bradley's stead. The republican campaign committee claims that a careful poll of the State givea it to McKinley by 10,000. They put the republican defection at 3,000 and the democratic at 10,000. In a speech at Pulaski, Tenn., R. L. Taylor Baid that if II. Clay Evans made certain statementa which he ia reported to have made, he ia "an infernal liar andjau atsuein," A reviewing stand, on which wore Vice Preaident Stevenson, Gov. Drake and many others, collapsed at Burlington, la., and a number of people were injured, The reuublican district convention at Somerset nominated S, V. D. Stout for the unexpired term of Commonwealth's attorney, to which office he waa apppointed by Gov. Bradley. We Can't ex-Go- Oampusll, of ft Bbown, demGov. Joun Young ocratic nominee for Congress, baa challenged Hon. Walter Evans, the republican nominee, to meet him in joint deold Icicle, knowing that ho bate, but the could not warm up to the occasion, has very sensibly declined. The boltocrata wont let their man Baskin debate with him either, bo the governor will have to play alone hand, which will be far from being a abort one. He breaks a bone occasionally, but hia tongue nover loses its cunuing, uor doea he ever lack for power to gfve utterance to the faith that iB . in him. W. E. HonsoN, independent republican candidate for Congress In the 3d, hao withdrawn. Dr. Hunter had just as well do so, except to perform the martyr sound money ,act. Mllllken, the nominee, can do as he pleases. He will cut about aa much figure off m on the ticket, with John Rboa forcing the fighting and carrying the standard for the democratic party. Missouri by 100,000. ia v. aaid to be aafe for Bryan KWheel-er- , From all I can find out, thla preCongress in cinct ia almoat solid for Bryan. In travdemocratic candidate for the 1st district, said in a speech in 1S02 eling along tbo pike seven miles I met "that none but fools and populists advo 17 men, at different intervals, and 10 ancated the free and unlimited coinage of swered that ho waa their Moses to lead them out of tho diamnl and depreeaed silver." difinancial wilderness, while ono couldn't Secretary Carlisle has declined to vide time with Senator Blackburn, but so see it, but be was of African scent; tho boltocrata are alarmed over the re- thus by accident it was 10 to 1. Whorover two or three colored port that tho democratic committee will can after dark assomble themselveB have competent men on hand to anawor together in the name of Silent Free Silthe secretary anyhow. A complete poll of Hart county ver McKinley (hia record proves tho gives the Palmer and Bucknor ticktt, truthfulnesa of thla appnllatlon) there d thoy receive a blessing in the shape of eays tho Record, 5!) votes with Palmer mlsropresentationa of their interests by of them open to conversion. could issue his order in '05, depriving white orators, who wouldn't march with citizens of their suffrage nnd have men them in thnt republican purndo in Stanshot for exerciBiug the right of freedom, ford a few daya ago Deluding the ignobut he can't do It now. Buckner surren- rant is the unpardonable Bin. Mr. James T. llnckley Is ono of tho dered at Donclson, but ho can't surrender tho people into Wall Street's h itidr . beat posted men In this sect oa on the This iB John M. Palmer'a sixth bolt. finaucial question and can talk free silThe firt)t waa from the democratic psrty. ver to perfection. Ho sayH that when Tho second wbs from the Illinois repub- ho went to Lexington recnr.tlv to hear lican senatorial caucus which nominated Bryan he got into a conversation with Lincoln for Senator. The third was from an old man of 70 years who had walked the army of the United States In front of 30 miles to hear the speech of the next Atlanta, from piquo at Gen. Sherman. president, having for 49 years previously Tho fourth was from tho republican voted the republican ticket, but bad nomination of Grant in 1S72. Tho fifth seen tho error of hia way and been conwaa from the populist platform ho en- verted to democracy at tho ratio of 10 dorsed at Springfield iu 1S91 St. LouiB to 1 One of thoir neighbors tolls mn thnt Mr. Bryan has accepted the populist D.ck Cobb ia spending anxious moments nomination for president, and aayp: "It about Love Lillard. They are partners tendered me in such a generous spirit and in the live stock business and both aro upon such honorable terms, tnat I am for the gold standard. Dick, however, able to accept the same without depart- Stirs Love is on ono side of this question ing from tho platform adopted by the ono day; on tho other aide the next, and democratic National convention at Chi ho is afraid Nov. 3 will strike him on the cigo. I fully appreciate tho breadth of wrougday. All intelligent men change s occasionally and Love has a perfect right patriotism which has actuatod the party, who, in order to consolidate to shift positions just aa frequently as ho the sentiment in favor of bimetallism, pleases. Any man who ceusurea Love have been willirg to go outaldo party for being on the rig'it sidu election day linea and support as their candidato one has got mo to whip, and that's no easy already nominuted by the democratic job, you know. party, and also by the silver party." From Mr. George A. EubMika' resiThe democratic electoral ticket for dence one of the meat commanding State at views in the county is obtained. LanKentucky will be na follow: large, James P.Tarvin, of Covington; W. caster, Danville and many other poiuta B. Smith, R chmond; First district, J. O. 10 miles distant are visible, and by the Flournay; Second, Judgu U. F. Turner eye of faith he said he could eeo Bryan in place of O. W. Bronsford, resigned; in St. Louis last Sunday, na the day waa Third, W. R. Biowder, in place cf Ed bright and clear. Mr Eubanks recently Drake, resigned; Fourth, Gua Brown; had an experience that came near coit-ioFifth, Wallace McCay; Sixth, Harvey him a Buit for divorce. He and his Myers; Seventh, Robert Franklin, in wife attended a big meeting and the place of W. O. Kimball, resigned; Eighth building waa crowded. Excitement ran R. J. Breckinridge, in place of L. H. Car- high while the invitation song waa being ter, resigned; Ninth, W.G. Ramsey; 10th, a ing nnd a lady stepped upon n bench Thomas J. Wells, 11th, Henry M. t iat she might have n better view of what whs going on down on the mourners' bench. Mr. Eubanks standing in MORE NEWS NOTES. the crowded aisle close to her and in hor Wm. Kripponstapel, pditor of the excitement she took a seat on his shoulLouisville Omnibus, a German paper, der. Naturally bashful, but always acdied suddenly. commodating, he mado up hia mini to Latham E Speliraan, of Halgato, O , let her remain on her perch as long aa crushed the skull of Anna Rickor, aged bisrtrength lasted, but Mrs Eubanks 17, and then took his own life. happened to look around and then there Ed Taylor, a former citizen of Padu was "Trouble In do Land." Ask him cab, waa killed in a runaway near Oauo about it. Srktaw. and his body mutilated by hoga. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. Three men robbed a bank at Joseph, Ore. One of them waa killed and anothThe early frost nipped tho fodder er seriously wounded by citizens. and sugar cano on many farms. A geng of female white cappers took Miss Ro3a Gentry received tbo ?10 a woman from her house in Pike county saddle at tho fair, baing the most grace and whipped her brutally with switches fullady rider. In a fight at a dance in Bracken Prof, and Mra. Scrog gave their pucounty, Walter Delany was struck with a pils u charming reception last Friday rock by Will Bye and almost instantly All went home ilfslizuted. killed. Tho readers of tho Mt Vernon S'g at Leadvllle votod to Tho minors continue tho strike, and it is probable nal were pleasantly aurprlsed last Friday that tho militia will be kept on duty a to sen it sppear under the original popular name and for free silver. Mr James lonti time. Johu Jayno and hia 20 year old eon, Mart, who eo successfully oditrd th pawere killed at Jouesville, Va , by the for- per in its iufaucy, resumes the tripod. aa tho result of a fain'-l- y mer's son A protracted meeting will bethi at quarrel. tho Christian church on tho evening of Tom Halsey, of Livingston, Ind., tho lO.h tiibt., conducted by Elder Tuih dreamed that McKinley wa3 elected nnd ley and Ballou. Tho church hna been while celebrating it in his sleep ho fell uuderthe care of the latter for the put and broke both aruiB. three years Riid has iucreaaod in numLouis Hamilton, a NegVo charged bers and Christian zeal. with burning a cotton house, waa taken Mre. Roidand her Dtilsarto clues will from a constable and hanged by a mob give a charming entertainment here in parish, La. in Lossier Tho Franklin Hotel, at Franklin, the near future. Trie ches consists of and other houses burned Saturday night Mrs W. J. SparkB and Mieaea Mnttia uud at one time it waa thought that ttie Williams, Mattio Weber, Susie Thompwhole town would be pcatroyed aa there son, Lucile Joplin, Clara Kennedy, Ida ia no water protection. May Adams and Bessie McOlure, besides MT. XENIA. a large number of smaller pupl a. After a brief illness of typhoid fevt-- r Wheat sowing has begun, Fall grass Mr. Jonea Lair, eon of Jndge and Mrs. J is plentiful and the farmers Bay they'll B. Lair, died at hia home Friday, Oct. 2, have "free silver or bust" to complete Biirrounded by hia weeping parents, their happiness. Squirrels are unusually plentiful and brothers, Lobe and Armsted, his Bister, I hear farmers complaining that they Carrie, bis betrothed and many sorrow are playing the mischief with corn fielos Ing friends. Mr. Lair waa a most worthy young man, highly esteemed by all who close to woodlands. MiBS Nora Phillips' school bereia know him and it is with deep regret wo flourishing and she is quite popular with chronicle hia early death. Tho death of Mrs. Mary Davis, wife the scholars and patrons. Several young of W. A. B. Davis, on last Friday night men over tho school age aro desirous of attending. at 1 o'clock, though expected, was a great Mrs. Bettio Broaddua baa rented the blow to her many friends and devoted family. Consumption claimed another old Swope farm, on which ahe now to Mr. Laweon, of the Hubble victim. A beantiful Christian life was neighborhood, for 1897. She baa lumber thus cut short, a loving husband robbed on the ground to extenalvoly improve of a faithful helpmeet and five loving tho residence on her other farm, the old children deprived of their best friend, mother. Thurmond place, and will move to it thoir kind and January 1st. E'derJos. Ballou conducted the funeral I saw a gentleman yesterday who re- services at the church in a most approcently explored the largo cave on Dr. priate manner, after which her remains Harlan'a farm, Hnd ho Bays that hia par- were interred in tho cemetery. The Brodhead fair is now a thing of ty for 2 houra hunted for tbo far end of it, but failed to find it. It coutains ma- ti6 past, but wbs Buch an enjoynblo afny interesting and uovel curiosities. The fair for the hundreda who attended and larga cave on Mrs. Unyo' place is also withal each a success that all could consistently wiBh it repeated. The premfrequently vlaited now. Everybody regrets that Mr. Linn iums were valuable and judiciously disDawson and family are going to Missouri tributed. Among tho many peraona from to locate. Better people never lived Bnd this place who attended fvero Dr. and there's no use talking abjut trying to fill Mia. A, G. Love!!, Mr. and Mra. M. J. their places here for it can't bo dono. Miller, Jr., Mr. and Mra. W, A. Cocki Linn and bis deserve the best the earth Mr. and Mra. O. O. Williams, Mra. W. J. affords and the best wishes of their form- Sparks; Mieaea Florelle Brown, Belle Scroggs, Kate Moore and Sallie Adams. er neighbors will ever attend them. Six citizena testify thatO. Money To You ! The scarcity of money and the old familiar cry ol hard times make no change in the business at the vo-te- ra one-thir- LOUISVILLE STORE The large purchases of this store of Kail Goods have been coming in for about 15 or 20 days and arc still coming. We are better prepared this Fall to give you Big Values For Your jYIocy Than ever before, bargains in every department. carefully: Read each item Post-Dispatc- h. pto-plo'- All wool novelty dress goods, worth 40c at 25c All wool Serge and Henriettas, all colors, worth 35P at 20c . Fancy Plaid Dress Gingham, worth SJc, at 5c Latest Novelty Persian Percales, worth iajc, at 10c Ladies' all wool Broad cloth, 52 inches wide, suitable for Capes and Suitings, worth $1, at 65c . 10x4 Blankets, per pair 75c Comforts, good lengths .....Sc . Good Jeans, worth 20c, at. I2jfc all colors, worth 50c, at Eiderdown, 30c : Ladies' Dongola, pat. tip, worth $1.50, at 98c Ladies' Grain and Gl. Grain Lace Shoes at 95c : Gents' Fine Shoes $1 to $$ Best plow shoe in town for only $1 FALL (L0TIinG. We simply invite you to call and examine our stock of Suitings, Trousers and Coats and if we can't save you money on them we don't ask you to buy. THE LOUISVILLE . ST0RL. g A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Beau-cham- Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. m 0 S3iA2G23 222ia5iI3iCii2Gt03 Sccauso Wo Do Not select some few articles and tell how low we sell them, don't think thrt our goods arc high priced. Our competitors know that, quality considered, we sell goods cheaper than 'others that's what bothers them; but it's your advantage. Our store was designed and arranged to do business with smrll expense, yet it is the most commodious and carries Pknnv's Drug Storhu largest stock. S(SX5X?G!D(i05iIS e- -- HA - MJ - .WE WILL gpi. a in-la- 9 f dF"f Of Goods at cost until the ENTIRE STOCK Is disposed of. . H. WEARBN & CO. FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. re-aid- Prices to Suit The Times. & With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed and Stubble. THE GIBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, And the like, and you should see ay stock andjget my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, i- - B. K. WEAR EN. 'w mi-Wee- f- - s- - CRAB ORCIIAIID. Niw Fall goode at Mrs. Knto Dudtlr- - Tnx Young Ladles' Society of the Interior Presbyterian church will give a pound nr'fl tliia week. Mr, J. S. Fish is very low and is not party on next Friday evening, Oct. 9tb Jbssk D. Wbarbn has tho ilncjt display nt the college. Everybody invited to expected to live but a few days. Mr. J MY STOCK OF Hutchison is also very low. Stanford, Ky., - Oct. 6, 1896 of samples in town. Ml come and bring h pound. No admission College Homo moves along very Coal Vases, Shovels aud Coal Buckets fee. pleasantly, with frequent accessions and Si k.. C. Walton, Business Manager. at Warren & Shanks'. Run Down. John Tresler and family promHoa a vory prosperous year. Dr. Walter Beazloy and wife, of LanBuy your window glass from Craig & camonoar mooting death at Shelby City. wagon, but caster, are guests of Mr. W. A. Beazley A freight train ran Into thoir Youehould take your jireBcriptiouH to ilocktr and get tho lowest cash price. fortunately all escaped injury but Mr. and family. Mrs. Wilhoit, of Woodford, PenuyVdrtistorH wtiera prompt aud Is now open for the Inspection of the public. If it is Don't f ail to se our new hats and Tresler, who was hurt in the head and is visiting tho family of Mr. Wm. Stuait. accurate Burvlcti Is Kiiartuitoud. bonnets before you buy. Mrs. Kato Dml- - otherwise, though not seriously. Quito a number of friends from a prices you want come in and see some of the most derar. attended the burial of little May I'MISONAI, POINTS. Moonbiiinkrh Denutv Marshal Wll htta Mayfield. Mies Capita Slaughter Chairs. A car load of chairs of the Mil. J.S. IIundlky went to Lubuiiou latest Btjl.'S just received at W. W. Ham Stringer, ol Pittsburg, passed down left for the Female Orphan School SatSunday. urday. Withers'. to Louisville Sunday witli three Mh. W. F. Siikriimn whs eomo butter Mrs. A. D. Reiil, a gifted olocution-iahe had captured during the last My Fall and Winter stock ot millinery yrnterriav nn expert trainer in Dolearte nnd fowdajs. They were HenBo Hail, CurTii.rn Cook, ol Danville, wkb with Lis is now complete. Call nnd see it. Mrs. tis Becknerand Sailie Phillau and were a Phypical Culture, will give an entertainEver offered in Stanford. An elegant line of Ladies' and bIbIcih lieroKunilny. A. A. McKinney. ment with her class of bright young lalooking set. pretty tough Gents' 9 P Mhh Kllkn Mallou is toechinit dies and n number of smaller girls and Houflkin Miller Addition with II vo or ynte ectiool in Lnucauter. Our Southern End friends should not boys next Friday night. The terms of for fall to D11. 1'iiuiinton Willis, of Nicholas-vi- l nix rooms nnd good outbuildings hnr the speeches of Messrs. Rob admission are bo very low, 10 and 15 rent. W. A.Trihhle. 0, in with friends hero. ort Harding nnd J. W. Itiwliugs at cents, that we feel assured sho will have Mil. V. J. Yaokh, of Louieviile, is afternoon noxt a good healing. Park City Timee, of Wk have now sizes In paper and enve- Kingsville Saturday good epeakers and it wi)j Bowling Green, said of her entertainvlaitiuK his wifo nt Caatlo Uobb. lopes, ruled and unruled correspondence, They are both Just in and you are requested to call in and look even if Holdam Stoaht. of GrayB, was down stationery. W. B. Mcltoberts. be time well spent iu listening to thorn. ment there that "it wns the best ever givbeet nirl. you do not want to buy. No trouble to show goods at BRin Sunday to too Lis Go and seo that your neighbors do like- en in Bowling Green." Sho will likely The Caledonians gave a very pleasant wise. Mits. J. It. Orndohit, who has been d. tako her class to Walnut Flat and performance Saturday night according to sick for eoveral weeks, is convalescing. Tub Somerset Reporter says that Dr. J. Miib. Maiiy Layton, atftl Mrs. Marsa-re- t the program printed in onr Inst isiuo. After a brief illness, sweet little May M. Owens, of that place, has taken the Kb v. It. IHat, of Garrrard, are vFbUIdr Etla Mayfield passed quietly away at 2 Thosb having claims against Beazley stump for Bryan and Bewail. Dr. OwII. Noel. Bros, are requested to file thorn with mo ens, who married a sister of Mr. 8. M. o'clock i. m. Saturday, and she is now a of Cincinnati, has Mn. W. 0. Elliott, at once, properly proven. J. B. Paxton, Owens, of this county, was hero some precious Httlo lamb on the bosom of hor been tho Ruest ol Mr. John P. Jones and loving Savior. Four bright vears numassignee. weeks ego and told an I. J. reporter that family. . bered her Bunny stay upon this earth, ft republican all of his lifo, Mhs Maiiy Hklm, who has been ill for Ir you don't bolieve that Earp keops up ho hod been Imd left that party and would and before tho blighting breath of Bin but that he y some time with typhoid (over, ia wli.h tho latest improvements in dim those lustrous eyes, or the his lot with the democrats. could take a peep nt his show case and hereafter cast great ad- clouds of earth cast a shadow upon her He is a warm free silver man, a to you will bo convinced. Miss Mattik Hornsn returned " angelic brow, her dear little spirit took mirer i f Mr. Bryan and believes with Peabody Normal School at Nashville tho flight to thoee beautiful heavenly Attempted Ab8ault. B. Reynolds wbb the II'"- -' of us that bo will be the next Its Saturday. courts, where with one little hand sho is Mn. James Plkabaktb, who has been arrested the other day charged with at- profi'l nt. sweeping n golden harp nnd with the visiting relatives here, started back to tempting to assault MIbs Lucy Singleton, other she is beckoning to mamma, papa Didn't Snow Ui Mr. Ben Lee of thu Waynesburg neighborhood, and California yesterday. ByHarrodBburg, Bpoko to n crowded and other friends to come up to God, held till next Friday for trial. Mbb. J a mm Montooueiiy, of near with whom, in comforting words to her at Smifh's house a ichoolmatu of Mib. J. R. At the last meeting of tho city coun- South Fork, Friday night. The republi- mamma, sho said: "I'll stay two weeks Ovaley, Jr., is her rupbL cil 75 wbb appropriated for improving cans of that section lioU boasted that with God and then come back to yon." Mrs. Julia Witvkhs returned yrstor-da- y Whitley Avenue, which has becomo a they couldn't Ret a democratic speaker to Her little body, in casket white, wra from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. mure important thoroughfare nincu tho answer some of their orators, but their bourne by four little boys and was laid Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Engraving a Specialty. G, V. Smith, at Flat Lick. locat'on of tho Joseph Price Infirmary. man camo up miBsing that night and Mr. to rest among the roses in Grandpa StuMrs. Ciiahlik Hewitt nnd children Hardin had things his own way. Mr. 8 art's garden, and I) it. Taiiiiip tells us that 117 of tho 240 went over to Islington holiday to see M. Owens, who hoard him, Bays he made "Sure earth hath nover known a thing coloreJ children of the school ago in thi her husband, who ia improving. more fair tho etlort of his life and that hbjput the Mies AYjsik Junminob, who has been district attend nnd that he has to dismiss people to thinking as they have never Than she who gently, calmly slumbers there." with the MleeeB Lackey for eoveral thu smaller ones nt noon in order that all done before. may bo accommodated in the small quarMr. and Mrs. Mayfield desire to ex9 returned to St. Loul Friday. month, Kingsville. Mrs. Granville Murphy press their deepest thanks to their I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condiMisa Li'illa liRiniiT came down from ters. died at her home here Sunday after n friends for their extreme kindnees in tion of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. Middleaboro Saturday to Bee her grandpa, As'ionmknt. 0. M. Spoonamore, who protracted illness of typhoid fever. She this great eflhctlon. Greonborry HrlKht, who wbb very ill. was regarded as n prosperous farmer, I laid in my was p. Bister of John A. Singleton, who A ion was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. M. made an assignment yesterday. Tho lia- was magistrate for a number of years and ' F. W. M Cutcheon, of Minnesota, WcBterfluld yesterday afternoon, but the bilities include Dotes for $0,755, besides little thing only livid about two hours other debt and tho assets four farms, wbb nn excellent woman, Her remains who tho Courier Journa1 doscribes as "a captivating orator, a cogent reasoner and May were Inld to rest Ht'--' v. M , yesterday. Mrs. It. E. Hl'oiiih and MIbb ncrengu Ib not given. recently moved from a rock ribbed democrat, will speak at ovor Friday whoso Mr. 0eni, who HuRbffl.of lncasferwere Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming Henry Hestor has post- Somerset to South Fork, made a fine Danville today." In that event, one would to bring Mrs. J. 8. Itobeon to take the Will A Bryan. judge his speech will be for in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. ed notices stating that he will apply speech to tho Bryan OlubFriday night. train for Louisville. Augustus R. Hall, of Ghent, was in Sec my stock before buying. Mh. Edwaru Camhibll, of London" Monday lor distiller's license to soil liq- Tho Kings Mountain Canning Co., has England, has been added to this paper's uor Ht his liomu on the Lancaster pike. closed down lor the season. Miss Mary the cemetery awaiting tho arrivnl of the Quintan, of Junction City, is a guest of funeral procession of J. Q. Tandy and growing list of subtcribore, having Mnt Mr. J. H. Carter will also apply for wan bright, cheerful and seemlnsly in to sell spirituous, vinous and malt tho Misses Pennybackor. the price Saturday. good health, when he dropped as if shot. was taken sick at liquors nt his etorn nt Halls Gap, Mies Adiiik Holmis L. King for the Friends carried him immediately to his DieciiAROKD.-Eli- jah tho college Friday and MIbs Mary Cowen A Bryan nnd Bewail Club was orgni.-ize- d murder of Ab Fish at n box party near home, just across the street, but Hfo wsb took her to her homo at Crab Orchard. hero bv Prof. T. M. Goouknight Fri- Crab Orchard, an account of which we oxtinct before they reached the house. She la not seriouHly ill. ol Lancaster, day night vith eomo 200 members. D. published at tho time, was tried before Oirrollton Democrat. Has the Best Goods and Mim Ellen Owblky, went to Eliiahetbtown yeMerday to visit W. Vandeveer was chosen president, Squire Dawson, "deputy county judge," Monrow a Goosb. In Ms speech at and Friday and acquittedThe proof was Letcher Owsley, Freo Silver Johnson, Mi6s Mary Itobertrcn. E. 0. Walton, secretnry anil treasurer. that Fish behaved very bndly and that Whitt's Well, Bobbitt writes us that he Kej.t brought her over to take tho train Tho club will meet every Friday night nt when King nltompted to quiet him nnd stid: I wns amused this evening in Crnb Examine his stock of Mh. L. M. WxBTXM'iSLn, who has been Judge Morrow told in hie put him out, ho cut at him in a most vi- Orchard when rekw with inalariBj the down for aeveral manner, cutting his clothes several speech thnt when.he was dangerously iii fever, had recoxered euiliciuntly to go Dkatii. Mrs. Ben Ilollzclaw, who cious noserioiisdamflge. King with a chill his wife poured a pint of down to hi old livino at Parktvillo Fri was Mien Mary Willie, of Jessamine, died times, but doing whisky nnd two feather beds down him. jerked up u fence stalto and Btruck day. at her home in UiIh county FndHy of then I was not astonished to learn tho pint of Mr. W. H. Wkaiskh hs been made consumption, aged .Vj, leaving h husband the blow that produced death. Thero whisky went down without any e chairman of thu Judiciary Committee of and four children. She had been n mem- wero many witnesses nnd four speeches; from the colonel, but I was It. G. Williams, both the. order of Knlghlaof Pythim of this ber of the Baptist church since sho wns Messrs. C. C. & to 'eim tbat lib hnd swallowed making excellent efforts for tho defenei n high compliment worthily belTj years of ago and wns n good Chrietisn State; F. F. Bobbitt nnd County tho two feather beds, but after he made whilo Hon. stowed. woman. I was not astonished to Attorney J. B. Paxton made vigorous that statement Mr. Ghks.mhirry Bhioht, aped 83, is find him such a goose on the money Nrws comes from Richmond that Lo- speeches for tho Commonwealth. very ill, aud hs it ia the first time ho hue question. Ho hnd swnllowpd feathers no matter cal Editor Robert Leo Davis, of tho Regover fluid he wos going to die, enough to feather n whole flock of goesp. MA TIUMONIA L JL1 TTERS. how Hick he was, his children think his ister, and wife are rejoicing over the r first horn, a hov, days are almost ended. Dr. J. W. Fisher and Miss Xeuia NKW AUVSUTISKMENTM. et Mr. ano Mrs. A. G. Huitman left yes- which they huvo named Thomas Bnllenger wero married in London. Dovis, in honor his paternal grand tpidayto visit relatives in Lexington. Georgo Isaacs, of Letcher county, buy K pa ninl maternal grandma. Wo hope Pinco thoir marFARM. 7tDciiie to acres. a Small Kaim of As It Is their first trip ioo cnh. has been married eight times and is now Addrcii Lock lloror191, Stanford, Will oav 63.41 Ky. their bridal tour, al- Brer. Davis' joy will never turn Into n widower. riage, they call it Dress Goods, Flannels, Silks, Table Linens, Towels, though they have throe children, one of sorrow, but wo opine ho wont rejoico girl Hying Mary Croes, a Ginghams Cottons, Sheetings, Canton Flannels, BlankI so much when tho youiwstr makes him them In College. House, thiB State, fell dead pace the Hoor all nignt long these cold near Rock Metroets, Percales, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Pants, Win lb punching checks In tho while walking to church. Overcoats, Boots, Gum Shoes, Capes, Jackets and a politan Bank in Kansas City, Alllo Lo- nights. against the Those W. At AhroIo, Ind., Francis So wlc.nged llibb are having claimspresent them to late atJ once me requested 10 gan, Bonof Dr. P. V. Logan, of tho West "Brybonia, or A Tulo of tho Newest 90, and Mrs. Nancy Manahan, 55, wore properly pi uvea. WM. liKCK, Admr., btaulord, Ky. End, Btruck tho punch into ono of his South," by Henry Taylor Nool, of Lan- joined hand if not In heart ' 6yX( index fingers. Blood poison set op aud caster, Boston Arena Publishing Co., The Pinevllle Courier roports the filsale, it WBB.nccesaary to remove tho member. Printers, has been received at this oflicei ing of Insults for divorce in that mina-tu- re We haven't the space to mention here, all under one roof aud of it our book critic eaym "It ie. o Chicago, under the hills. and on one floor; no trouble to find what you want. You CITY AND VICINITY. eembles the two French towns, Toulouse Sixty Steers, 1,000 to i,ioo lbs. Matrimony proved a failure to Mrs. average, nlco and 40 nice yearlings, average 750, for can get at our store every thing you want to cloth your Born, to tho wife of W. It. Dedraan, a and Toulou. The love affair existing of Cairo, 111., and she shot salt. If not sold sooner, they will be sold at Stan A. S. Frazer, county court Joe Pitkinsand Miss Sophia family, from a collar, button to a fine Overcoat, Cape, Rlrl. death as she lay beside her lord, Monday, Oct. u, A OWSLEY, day, herself to Receivers. KINNAIRD is n little unusual to say tho leaBt. husband In bed. Dress or Jacket. Window rIbbs and putty at W. B. 's Tho fair Sophia did not take Ruth William Shrader and wife, of Waadvice, which Ib "Do not bolieve bash, Ind., have Bepaiated. They were d supplies at Craig & a man Ib in lovo with you, unless ho tells married threo months ago. The Tablets and school The latest thlnci In Fall and Winter MilllneiT We sell them for cash and at the Lowest Living Price you so." The Negro dialect of the book ia 17 and the wife is 10. Hooker's. now in stock and the ladies of btanford and vicini see the ty are Invited tocall in styles. is perfect nnd on tho whole is quite enthe same to all, rich or poor, child or man. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Ebersault, of Misi larboe has arrived and is ready latest wait on to and Fob your Fall suit get prices from Jesso tertaining. The story Ib open to a sediscovered that her old customers and as many new ones as will nickavillo, Ind., have D. Wearen. MISS LICCIK HEAZLEY. quel." Mifl's Msggio Dunn is agent for they are brother and slater, having been come. Stanford, Ky. of now stamped it nnd will be bore in n few days to so- separated when infants. They have two Three dozen pieces We buy in large quantities for Cash. We run our busilicit. It is well worth the price CO children. linens at Shanks'. ness with little expense. We give our business our percents. George Wilson and Miss Susie See my stock of millinery bofore you sonal attention. Pay us a visit and see if what we say is Narrowly Averted Tiiadkqy. Juet Woods, who were attending a country of late Amanda buy. Mrs. A A. McKinney, wero married T.In order I to settle the estate the - true. Crow, will on niter the conclusion of Hon. J. W. Bai- school near Alliance, 0., before buying a gun or ley's speech Friday night several gentle- while riding the same horse on their reGive us a call 1896, u ; Oct. ammunition. Crnlg & Mocker. men, including Sheriff Newland, were turn from school. She is 17 and ho is Sell the undivided iutci est ol the heirs oi Mrs. only 15. Higgle McAfeo in tho dower of the aforesaid tested free of standing in front of Bnughmnn's livery v.vva fiplimtiflcullv Sasaabn afternoon a On Thursday Amanda T. Crow, which contains stable discussing and complimonting it, Hocker's Cash Store. charge nt Craig & of this place and a machinist stopped when n Twonty-FIv- o Land Acres Boys' nil wool suits nt Simula' for only up nnd began pointing out mid its de- mighty pretty young lhdy who resides in With all the improvements. At the same time the EaBt End of town, will drive to Lan- and place I will sell thp icmataderot the farm, all $1.75. A now and largo line uut re- fects. About that time a caster and bo made one after God's Holy ol which contains Oampbellito came along and was soon in ceivod. nn argument with tho g. s. B., which Ordinance. Names later on. 103 VCRIES OW lUXE LA.STD, Satrf Don't fall to attend tho Crow eale W. II. Klnnaird, 'the oldest bank As good as any in Lincoln .county. The farm waxed warm until red hot, when one of Knob urday. You might get that splendid them grew weary of talking nnd wanted cashier in Kentucky in point of contin- lies 3 miles West of Stanford, Ky., on the Hang-loLick piko and and on tho Uait side of the farm cheap. of the late lames Fork. It to fight. The other was willing and blood uous service, and his excellent wife, will A. Harris andadjoins the lands above place is Is Receiving his- Isaac Jones. The state of cultivation. Ha six Judge James P. Tarvln, might have flowed had not cooler heads celebrate their golden wedding next in a high and necessary outbuildings. a Frontsroom SrBAKiNO, on part. When church membors Thursday at their hospitable home nt dwelling and It In one of the beat ci neighborhoods. the pike John B. Thompson, R. T. Tyler and J. taken 'Squire The sale will be made on the farm at 10 o'clock, a. point where thoy can not talk Lancaster. Although he is m., on the above date. F. Wight are Eome of the speakera, who reach that without wanting to fight, then Kiunalrd lookB 20 years younger and is TiKiis. Msde known on day of sale. will hold tho boards here next Monday, politics For further particulars call on or address, stop it and go to discaaalng as active and full of vim and life as most CUAS. L. CROW, Ex'or, which promlseB to be a memorable one they should All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. McKinney, Ky. d ' religion men are at 50. for oratory, Joimhl ' wiWmW'zM mBma&iwimmsi - 3 s Ladies' Fall Wraps STYLISH GOODS! MAC INTOSHES ilia-tanc- o moon-shine- ra t, I Brod-boa- mmfWzziMJIMMm conva-leeciu- g. photo-grnph- WATCH ' -- lllllf -- m MEPAIBIKTG- Har-diu.- of Kllra-hethtow- n, echool-houB- e, THOMAS DALTON, N IE W !&ejD8o Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBERTS. ri-L- W. W. WITHERS vico-prrside- - Makes Prices, to Suit the Hard Times. courl-honn- e. resis-tinc- Carpets, Furniture, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods., tl-- - Over-Btre- WHAT WE KEEP. TlMsanrJ and One Otlxer Tilings 1TOTIC23 m sra m mmm m be-twe- Mea-che- m s', Ash-more- NEW MILLINERY. m buB-ban- WOW WE SELL THEM. . Why We Can Sell Cheap. PUBLIC SALE. xotli. Saturday, 1 SEVERANCE H. 8c SON. well-kno- of - free-silv- er 8. BUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TIILOR g T , 60-t- ., - & Semi-Week- ly Interior Journai AT sTabllahod Evory Tuosday and Friday OsTWhen not so paid 33.60 will be chartred.n K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains lesvo Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and p. m., returning at 4:10 p. tn., and 9:10 p. m. 4:05 L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Stanford, House, Two L.1V03 Savod. All persons desiring Locust Posts for plank is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln county Friday. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, HI., was post and wue fence, can w- TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, fence,me T want at railing cr nrar Cedar Creek,find subject .0 the actiou of the domocratic party. Baughman Bros, sold to Dave Pre told by her doctors she had consumption and that mv store wnat on the pike leading from Crab Orchard In Stinfnrf! there was no hope for her. but two bottles of Dr. itt 30 hogs, 1G5 pounds average, at 2J. New Discovery completely cured her and keep always on hand a good supply of plank also Kick's SAMUEL HI. OWENS GLASSWARE, &c. QUEEN & CRESCENT. thesaysit saved her life. Mr. Thos. Hggers, 119 or icncuig. ni Kinus 01 lumoer for building pur- Advocate. aaa FiA4ta aL )...l. ..l .1.1 Florida St., San Fianctico, suffered Irom a dreadIs a candidate forHhenffof Lincoln County, subAli persons iw,.,M,,i:,.MraMuinni can call on me at The Merino ram, President, brought ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without any article ol this kind Trent past Junction City as follows: ject to the action of the democratic patty. my store near Cedar Creek. one of thine else then Ko. a South ......11.07 p m No. a North ...3 4 P m fS.iOO under the hammer in Sydnoy, result everyrew uucovery boughttwo bottle was (J. W. SINGLKTON. anil weeks Dr. King's JiioeteoC jitf p a " Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. ...t 00 11.09 a m " 4 cured. Hois naturally thankful. It is such re" " J " ......11.3s pam '" 106 " ...6 00 a m New South Wales. S " ...31s" McCORNACK prove the sults of which thesoare samples, 8 33 m Boyle, bought in wonderful efficacy of this medicine that coughs and J. 0. Johnson, of In r Is a canJIdate for Assessor of Lincoln County, No. 4 and 5 and g and 10 run no bottles at W. 11. Mc Roberts' No. Junction City. All trains stop there. the West End o bunch of 1,000 to 1,300- - colds. Freo trial size 50c and ti. Be Sure to Give Him a Call. than Regular to the Co., subjectsupport isaction of the democratic party. . wqa rameslly solicited. Your pound cattle at 3 to 3c, Old Pooplo. Dan Holman bought for George Kv- Ky. Old people who require medicine to regulate M. ansatthe Brodhead fair 10 mare mule the bowols and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not -Is a candidate for ol Lincoln County, calts at an average of $20. WARNING, tfia subject to the actionAssessor democratic party. and contains ni whisky nor other intoxi- of tho I acts Persimmons, the Prince of Wales cant, but acts as a tonic and an alterative. strength only on the stomache and bowels, adding e want to give thoae who owe us fair warning Br a workman of fast colt, won the Jockey Club Stakes and iHvintr tone to tne onrans. thereby aiding na- that we shall give them two weeks mote to settle EMORY the performance ol the functions Electure in up with us, and if they do not come up in that worth 150,000 at Newmarket. tric Hitters Is an excellent appetiser and aids di- X4 YEARS time, we shall put their accounts in the hands of Is exactly what they a candidate for Assessor of Llncolq Couuly. The stallion Onward, sold at the gestion. Old people find it just B. McRoberts' anomcer. MK11S1IOX A GKULK. subject to the action tl the democratic party, and per bottle at W. need. Price Pepper sale for f 7,250, being purchased drugstore, 30c earmstiy asks your support. Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f by Peter Duvrea, of New York. Ornithologists have determined that Water Pipes, Fou Sale. 22 head of nice, home C. G. there are 3,000 species ol birds. ON IMPROVED FARMS raised yearling etoerB. Apply at once. Tubs Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party. Thinking the Seems as if all the things we like disagree with R. II. Bronaugb, Crab Orchard, Ky. Southern end of the county U entitled to a slice agree with us. Asreclalty. WORKMANSHIP 8KCOND TO us and all the things we don t like At the Pepper horse sale at Frank- Dyspepsia lurks in most of the good things we eat In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent., seml.an. ol the pie tie asks your support. NONE Gilt edge reference tn and out nual Interest: no commission charged. Address ol the State Ask your Daavllls fort Alcoyte, which Gen. Coxey once ana inaigcsiion ioiiuwi mu giKuuiMkiu" w, OKO W DAVY. Room 17, Kcuyon Iluildlng, Of course It isn't nature's fault. Nature friends about my work. Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and furMORELANO bought for $40,000, brought only $5,100. does the best she can and if a man will only help ther Information, Inquire ol j. N. Saunders, Ather a little bit at the right time he mar eat what Sacramento says his he likes and as much as he likes Dr. Pierce's A farmer near torney, Stanlord, Ky. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln. subject to T. F. CLARKE. who are troubted the action of the democratic party, lis kindly Pleasant Pellets crop of asparagus this season will bring with indigestion. ato for people for those In whom Particularly asks your support Clemens House Ilulldlng, Dinille, Ky. The I will lake all th hides I can gel him $12,000, of which 19,000 will be prof- it manifests itself in the form of constipation They HIDES. for cash or In trade lor leather an Pelletes are quick and easy in their action I it, lie has 12 acres of it. Absolutely court days at Stanford or at my home In Otten are in perfect hatmony with nature They effect a permanent cure. You need take them regularly u.ira. luii. svae'iin, tanner SALE. them occasion a little while. A cream of tartar baking pow- ma Miss Nannie Vandeveer's Miss Em only when vou nesd After that useyou have eaten them -- when Saturday but wan ally started der. Highest of all in leavening hpMnd thn at Oakley O. B. Raid's Balk anything that disagrees with you. They may be mnnnv. taken lust as freely as you would take water or A goed Residence House In Stanlord, with strength. LatcstUmted StatesGov-eminen- t Line won another race there Friday. any other necessity o( life. Once used they are Having bouchtnf J. W Adams hi Coal Plant store bouie on same lot. lor sale. The tot contains I always in favor Report. acre, aud can be easily divided, putting store, and geod will at Rowland, Ky ,1 will continue the It is pstimfttnd that the .advance in house and residence on separate lots. At reasan. Coal llusiacis at said place W. T. SAUNDERS able nnce and en easy terms. Apply to will have charge ef It as he is well known In that the prices of farm products within the N. bXl'NDERS, btanlord, Ky. Jjtf end ot the county New York. past three weeks represents a profit of 44 J. II. 11IGOIN8. WILL CURE $205,000,000 to the farmers of the United States. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, ffl am still agent for Falls Ilranch Coal and will 2DB,. Hudson & Page drove 100 head of cat- keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such Sores, Bolls, Pustules, & vu Mill tle to Lincoln to sell. They were bought as Office,want at the lowest poislble trices for Cash. St. and Railrjad Crossing, onpomte Eczema, Tetter, I will from now on deliver the Stanford Fartry,s Ice regularly etery miniBg. Price in this county at about 2 to 3 cente, Roller Mills. J. O. HIGOINS. Stanfcrd, Ky. and all diseases of the blood and 37 Ky. aad they were almost all heavy cattle. 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. Sole proprietor Dean's lUack I)lauoi,d Kool xoy Makes You Well. Spectator. Columbia IVInt. Ksnuates luralshcd for palntinv Woud. Any amenat between O. T. Sandidge won first money in liou Indigestion, constipation and dys- All bills most potillvoly ioanl im lbs atofUclii. Metal andiiainted Roofs SalUtactien cuaranlt-e.1-. lie paid Ism first ch All roots with Dean s III.. ra nth. K lIKr.MrR. the $500 saddle stake at Centralis, Mo., pepsia, kidney and liver disease I'aint guaranteed lur years lleal-rla best Cis:aStanforci, : tern I'umps and Galvaaired Iron filter, Ualvaa M Johntou, I will sell with Thornton Star, formerly handled As ExAcutor of Hiram yield to its curative powers and Ued and Black Iron KooAug uf . liuds on the premises near M'lleJgvnlle, Ky , on si tl Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. by the late W. M. Hue. He alio beat when cured it A. S. great Bex McDonald with him at the Oct. 14, S Keeps You Well. DOC DRVE CARROLL nAILEV 1TOSX, c& Burgeon the Kansas City horse show. The FARM of Dentist, Sold in I incoln county by William Arnold, of Madison, bought COAL, Proprietors of J. S. Collins, 50 yearling cattle, No. 1, -B. Mckobutto. Stanford. W. Ky. Kallrfad Cr44c, Kail ef lHfCt, Nr STANFORD, at 3 cents for 40 of them and 3 cents fcr Known as the old Wyatt Sandidge Farm ' " Vnny's Druq: Store, KV. bought well improved, well watered a tut well leuc- - in Office ever McKabsrta' the remainder. Mr. Arnold also tn Ui Owsley OooO, Clesa, (.'keap rVt'rr & Ilock'Cr, " STANFORD, KY. Cwit ami May tales so about TO Acih'h west ol abeve, llutldisig Ik e i change. Cetfle assd o' various parties for delivery Oct. 1, 75 with prh ilege ot wheHe lc about CI Ai iki us. u- C 'vrtiford, Hustonville. ivn Horses handled under Siddte and in Harness, White Uak Creek, also Acr'sli at from 3 to 3 cents. Jessamine Jour- City, Ky., known as theabout 5 Ilruwn Uno)mctti roadsters and and prepared tor sale. J3. Twidwell, " Dave F. saddlers bought and sold on commission Good Also 3 Ilrnnd Mares in foal by jack, several sice half mile trac, and best stables in the country. 8 nal. J. A. Ilatntnond, Hubble. Fillies by Chester Dare, Kagle llird and Gilt EJ A. Tipton, secretary of the Ken- Edge, 2 work Mules, g yearling Mules, 6 ol them Tanner Bros , McKinney. a weanlings, mares, a let ol fai tucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Associa- Mares,Sowa extra Piks, Desirable Suburban Ho, Containing Ten Hogs, aud is yearling steers, sevural J. F. Abtott, Powers. AcrM ef Land, for tale, lias oa it a gsd,com-lortafction at Lexington, has signed a contract Milk Cows and Calv a lot of Hay and Rje, I desire to rent far Dwelling of na KotMiis, and all nseeasaiy Farming Implements, Houiebuld and Kitchen Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. (arms about iS milts the ynar Siercland, adiainmg Kat of to manage Marcus Daly's Montana rac- Furniture in l.ia Law, coin county, one containing ito acres ami the oth- outbulldinrs Onsa yard hydtant asid oncfar waM. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Terms For personalty Sio and under, cash, spiestdid. neser (alitor i t41. siock. aisi He has reing circuit in the future. er 160 acres. About j actes on each larai to ge m r or lurthtr particulars apply te ccr that amount, three months' crcOit, with is - corn an i about aj acres In each to go in small Yours for Health, signed his present oifice to take effect tcrest Irom day of sale On real estate, one third JAS. ll.VII.KY, grain: balance tn grass Doth larms well watered. T cash, balance in ta months wph fi per cent inter lufvid, Ky. Dwelling house ol ; rooms on ih acre tract ntt Oct. 16 Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court T. Cookf., .. 12 37P m Ho. Train going North " " .... No, 6, " 3 13 ' South Ho. 13, -- is 04 p m ' 1 03 p m ................... No.ct,, tt Wm. W. White delivered a load new corn to G. B. Cooper at $1. William Moreland bought of W. A. Coffey a car load of 2C0 pound hoes at 2Jc. J. Vananipp's farm of 12 acres three miles from Midway, sold publicly at5S5. T. C Veneer cot third money with Arthur W. in the 2:25 paso at Louisville A railroad wreck occasioned by the TRADE ITEMS. explosion of a locomotive boiler occurred D. 0. Terhuna bought 100 tip top near Oaage City, Kan. Six persons were weanling mules at f 11 average. killed and Wm. Beckler, of Los Angeles, 61 I ARM AND Miss Bottio V. Logan, Unnl.,.lll I., nuoiuuviuu, ity, I T OVLil. Ilarrels at Ji C A I I I nve received a Fresh of Salt and will sell Seven liuibel 40. Isaac Hamilton, Rowland, Ky. Car-Lo- ad SAM W. MENEEEE ject 1st Candidate lot Sheriff of Lincoln County, to the action ol the democratic pa ty. sub- tmnD CAT l? I A gentle hone, suitable Desires to announce to her old customer and rUUi OALL. for ladlea and children to Gal , became beside himself from excite-inontan- friends that drive, and aurrcy in good order. Also cne suit her Dtess Making Pallors are now and drawing a pistol from his open lor visitors and invites any iltslrlag he. ser of bed room furniture M. an Kmuertan Plino Forte. Apply to Mrs J, Collins, Ilustorml'e. Is a candidate for Superintendent. Public Schools ices to call early and secure dates. jMt pocket, took his own life. of Lincoln County, sutject to the actlou of the democratic party. A7 A 1M T C Fi I A position a cleric or to do Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo t, d, GARLAND SINGLETON The best salve In the world for cuts, bru less sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions It Is Hi positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. luaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money per box. For sale by refunded. Price 15 cents W. B. McRoberts druggist. J. K. YanArs&al, -- DEALER IN x LjJL. I any una ol work that is 11 honorable ahd profitable. Am willing to work for a small salary until I prove myselt fit lor the position. Recommendation ul veil tl desired. J Is a candidate 'or Assessor of Lincoln county, Aicx Stephenson, Stanlord, ky. 34 subject to the action of the democratic party. lion-es- rl FRANK S. GREEN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, jLSTOTIOZE 1 I J. F. HOLDAM J 1 . 111 EM3IETT fur-c- Drug-store- . m St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, pOYAl stun-lua- to ' Superior Plumbing! Cr FAIR A F. ELKIN EXPERIENCE Por-celainjBa- th JOE T. MONEY To LOAN BAKER ,,'-tit- e. WILLIAM POWDER Pure. 1 Cooke's RESIDENCE FOR NOTICE! royal baking;powder:co. W. B. Fsararsr. COAL i Sarsaparilla MM, J. T. Tin JTOITES, Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, V s Sale of Land, Stock,&c. Oentlst, Ky, hi.i.l Wednesday. '96, PRICE, Trainiug:2anclale Stable First-clas- 170 A.cieG Land. I - Stanford, mm !? to SOK, DEALERS IN Drug-Stor- i - ae--e s Two Farms For Rent. FOR. SALE. W. S. BURCH, Attorney at , je Kentucky, ES '"a - 1 Collections receive especial attention. est. Lien retained I S ITc KINNEY. T. D English, Auctioneer TEVIS, Executor Jamfs Uarrodsburg, Ky. Mrs, Thomps Garner, of Junction City, was visiting relatives at this place last weA--. Mrs. Anna Mevern, who spent VJ J. F. DARKER, Proprietor, several weeks at this place, left for Car- lisle Monday, where she will join her husband, Rev. V. T. Movers, a Chris SUtea TWO DOLLARS Por Da v. m tian preacher. Mr. Winter Wright is on "Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large the sick list now. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Bll. Walker, of Wilrnore, are visiting relative 8 guests. Prompt and polite service to it at this place. Miss Mollie Wright was BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, also good tenant houic. Dwelling home vf (our rooms on i6 acre tract. Good barns and goed outbuildings on both. They will be lentel separately or tof the, either. I 54 J. M. CARTER, 8R Moreland. Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. Kentucky. I srnciAL I I FOR 30 DAYSi p?ces il!J THE RILEY HOUSE i to take charge of the Bettie A. Melvin, - - Kontucky. Mine there. London. who ImbIwud visiting her sister, Mrs. Wi'l tin Lwis, returned home last FriI have moved to my new Hotel and am boti. ll y. Mr. Will Clarkson is visiting peeparad than ever to accommodate the puhln Oood Livery attached and every convenience J in Dinville. Mrs. James T. Give me a call. tired. Mr. P. W. Green it verv ill. returned fn in OxiugiOn last Saturday. A. It auliam John 1). Cast'eman. I' V. Waikcr and Claus Gooch went mi Ciauuniii and returned Sunday. Mrs. S. G. Pulliam left Monday for Uarrodsburg where she will join INSURANCE COMPANY her husband, Mr. Graves, Pulliam, who will come from Wosbington, D, O. The young people stormed Misses OF LIVERPOOL. 01) aud Alma Wright at their home near this place last Friday and had quite an enjoyablo time. Some of those pres& CSSTLEMSS. ent were Misses Maggie Tabler, Mary MANAGERS, Maggis Campbell, Etta Gooch, Alice and Delia Gooch, Addie May Jennings, Commerce Building, Louisville. Mary Nunnelley, Annie and Mary Rott- Agents Throughout the South, ton, Lelia Carter, Ethel Gooch, Xiuu Cirson, Sallie Bailey, Kate McKinney, Sophronia Montgomery, Mary Routt, local agent, Lizzie Hunn, Liura and Dora King, Stanford, - - - Kentucky. Mayme Frye, Hustouville; Minnie 37tf Clinton, Tenn , Florence and Cynthia Beck, Stanford, Lzzie Jones, More-lanSan Francisco. Portland Messrs. Frank Bohbitt, E. O. Sin..To the.. gleton, Lewis Singleton, Ejtill and Ernest Carter, EI Peyton, John Carter, Eugene Phil Nunnelley, Turnersville. Via 'J he Carpenter, James Ciarkston, Will Bishop, Frank Green, Hustonvillo, Fordyce Logan, Dr. Pipps, Fred Gooch, Sam Lyons, George McKinney. Orland Beck, Stanford; John Sihold, D.tnville. Arthur ffVt0UI5VllU NtwMBAN faCHICatoftft (llll, Frank and John Ilunn, Everett Carson, Dwigbt Root, Z ick Eikin, Junc Only Dining Car Route From tion City. w tod F. B. RILBY. Proprietor, viii'itu her mother at lluetonvillo last wnp. Mr. J. w. ijalley went to .Nor n: week Mrs. 1 Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, 4 Screening's and Shipstuff. I! & 1111 l !W! Will be made for the asking on 6 i Mi J M. rela-tiw- fl -y J.H. BAUGHMAN & CO. V 111 New York Lile Ius. Company. 1 .f. Aetna. Accidont Insurance Rest and Most Kavorable Terms cl Attention of the public is invited to tht far that this Is Ueoely National Hank in StanforJ Under tho provisions of tht National Dank are secured not only by tht capital htitoy the stockholders' liability lor aa s Turnout., frumpt Attention, Very arauuui .,ul lo the stock, so that depositors cl Reasonable Kates. A portiuu of your patronage Is ir.it iiiiiituuoti are secured by a fund of $400,004. ,. of the condition of the bask respectlully solicited. 18 6a. tic ru.'L akMeatti the United Slates govern-(Us.tn liisiMit .1. .tawlntd at staled titaat THE HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, juifiiuutii .c.iu, thus securing ajditilots nd 1 xfeij in depositors. 1.1. 11.111IUUU.. onii4ily established as the O.pmii lHk ul i.MkiJin i$j, then a.u . II. e Nativnai tl.nn ol Stanford in iSej and .jjisrs ornuniw.Miic hirst National uolnttr-mpie- ol llssk Is Aent for The stanlord iv 151. hat h.d practically an d osittakiMui j, ,bars It is botte: supplied w-C i,u L1..1111.. wr ira,.Miuui(ousiasssprQnipi y and iiUrti, L.ioi.in its long and tvwM.st.1. t.i.er. AhsmI vt corporatlans, fldu- And The (ii, arias rd ibdivutiials respectfully solic- First-Clas- Snlc Stable, Junction City, Kontuckv. Capital Stock- Props. Livery, Feed mid Surplus SHELBY & SHELBY, si.., SIOO.000 23,700 ..iui..l.tiis rln ui "W. JOHITSOls 1 . ii,tii Irsuarce oincr-jse- d l"h tlir-- t um i,i rn,. iir fotcsiu. Khv', i.irciIh iooit; S. I . l.inioln; J. li CoUi, I.iHt.iin; 64 ll,n. J. : T. : BUTTON, UNDERTAKER, tMSti J. W. Haydeu, Stanford; b. II. IVaughain,( LlnceJn; O - M BffiBEE 3 m s Ly-on- - g. s-- ? a 7 f? . . A sKCIIISsissWKEdn 1 ssssB SHfsisssssssB BH B HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Oflers his services o the eople ol West Lin coin and Casey Counties. Full stock 01 uomni snd Caskets alwa) s oa hand. D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. 95 & g? : r f) r- yt , &?Js i yi )Z, - NfcSjrilliMSl Sfefl V I' BirisuBTrl tl rssBWksLHS J. W. A.Trlbble.SUuford; M. D. Klmore, Stanford; T. I. Hill, Htanlord,- K. L. Tauncr, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Mt..Vernoa,Ky 8. Hockex, President; Joe. J. McRoberts, Cash!r; A. A. McKinney, Asst.Casblsr J.S. llockcr, Stanford; " Two Farms For Sale. Farmers BanMTrnst Paid Surplus, Co W. A. TKIBBL1S, Kin-cai- d, -- d. sis g. o-g-s Jmsm HKI q mTSSVI IBflKBll D t KTOBTMWEST k 3-- cr v TmaESsiii V? mmmVnl Zl sssHllsTll 1 ffl Ml 1 -- Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address Z. H. BACON JKANK J. REID.i D, P. A , G. P. Agent, I Louisville .Chicago. I3e sure to call for TO CHXCAGO. ., QUEEN AND CRESCENT. '"' " " ' 5 " e 3' s.s.s sasssa "a -- lMlll"M,M,"""-"lw''aiiaie) w Farm No. 1 contains 191 acrea In Washington Or STANFORD, KY., county, Ky . the gruatcr part of which is in grass; linowlullyjorginuei and ready (or bueinets wilk well watered; with good Improvements, including new metal roof tobacco barn fit 10 acre crop. - $200,000. This faim is situated in what is pronounced the up Capital of host district In Kentucky for White Hurley To. bacco. Comfortable residence house. 20,000. Farm No. a contains 300 acres in same locality. with brick d felling. Large stock and tobacco SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL barns, One ol the est improved larrsa in the UANK OK STANsOKD, county. Now closing up) with the same assets and undsi tho same management. Roth farms are In fine state of preset vatlon, well l!y provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as watered ond fenced. Close to K. H. depot, schools, fully protected as aie depositors tn National on a hue turnpike. market and Danks, its shareholders being held Individually For information apply to liaolc to the extent o( the amount of their stock J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanfoid, Ky, (herein at the par value tliereol, in addition to tb 10 amount invested In such shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, fully cj M.S. Bacghmin. J. W. IlADCHUAh, an individual, To those who entrusted their buislness to us while mnaglni; the Lincoln National llaak ol Stanlord, we we here tendcrour many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact thr:r bustnat with us, ofiorlng as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' expenuuee la -- morxiBTOHSbanking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. H 4 u M. S.& J. W. Baughman, cos-siste- nt - Monon Route. Denver. t St PaulJti.o. Trotting Horse Rreedera Asi'n. LexS HERD OK THE ington, Ky , Oct. 0;h to 10th, '1)0. Round Su?ocr.eyd trip tickets via Q meu & Crescent Route My Breeders were selected from tne beat herds for one fare good until Oct. 17th to reof this famous breed of swine In several different turn., No extra chaigo on vestibuled States. A apltndid lotol pis of ditlereut ages Satisfaction lor sale. Bred sows a trninn. guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address W. 0. RIXE.U.SON, G.P. A,,- Cincinna. BRONAUGH, BLUE-GRAS- .fWW.iJssMlitr.PsaMasra. R3SD HOGS. spe-lalt- y. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-cla-ss J II you need livery glvo ui a call. Nothing oat turnouts will leavo our stable, Sec as or rates. In our J. Williams, Mt. Veinoa; S. H. Shanks, Stanfoid; J, S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanlord; J. B Owsley, Stanford; J. F Casb, Stanford; Williarr.C5oohStanlord; A. W.ICarpsnter.JMIIlediftvilU, iuhictohs: I BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-cla- - R. U. Crab Orchard, Ky prices. Tiy our horse (hocr. work and sslitfactury a, H. bbnuks. President, Dr. J.Ji. Owsley W.iLCuramin..:rreachors ill,. Cashler, W. M. Bright, Teller. JstM rfew-- . JM lin.