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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896101301 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. Semfw VOL. XXV. DEATH DOINGS. Es-GoSilas WoodBon, an undo of Mies Olivo Woodson, who is u niece of Mr. 8. H. Shanks, of this place, died at Rt.Innnnh. Mn.nn tlm Oili. ol old HIM.! He was born In Knox county, kv., and when 25 years of ago, was elected a member of tbe legislature and later commonwealth's attorney for the 12th district and was active In framing the .State contltu-tlo- n Ho moved to Missouri In 1851 nnd in 1S73 was elected governor by a large v. JL JJJLV-JL..J- ? JL JLlN J. J&xCAiJHL 13.-1898. J U U .KiN A1j( NO. 65 STANFORD KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER MT, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. Judge Denton, of Somerset, made a lveral speeches in this oeunty last week. Elder Linda ty nnd ile arrived Saturday and are slopping t the Miller House. Mr. R G. Williams in doing some good wor for free Bllver, often speaking twice adny. Tom Tavlor'a blacksmith shop, an old land mBrk, has been removed by order of tho L. &. X. The protracted meeting conducted by Elder Lindsay betu under favorable autptcea hs' Saturday evening. Win. MubVrran is recovering elowly from tils severe aamlritit. II thinks that ho (ell about GO feet, from the top of a box car. The work on the now Baptist church g38 on rapidly- - Mo rs. Tyree A Parrot have it in chargo now. It promises to be a large and hamlnomo structure. Geo. Weiderhold, a member of the firm of H. W. Walters A Co., of Pennsylvania, died very suddenly Sunday night, Oct. lllh, at his' mill on Line Creek. His wife and two children accompanied hio remains to Pennsylvania for burial. All are looking forward to the entertainment by Mrs. A. I). Reld's c'asa Tuesday evening. The class will go to Llviiig4tou Wednesday, and wo know that the citizens of this enterpising town will aire a good audience for Mrs. Raid's benefit. A large number of teachers was in town last Saturday. Tbey are beginning to look forward to the closs of tchool, Nice literary entertainments should be prepared, and teachers Hnd pupils shpnld invest in a good work on elocution and Delearte. An immense crowd of democrats waa in town last Friday to greet the famous speaker, Senator Joo Blackburn Ho did not arriVe, however, owing to illneBs contracted while apeaking in the open air at Columbia, but an abld representative spoke in his place, Mr. W. W. Sweeney, whose thorough knowledge of the free silver question, was evinced in a two hours epeich, which received much from the large and intelligent audience that packed the Many ladies attended. Meesrt Denton and Cook were hero Tuesday from Somerset. Mr. and MrH, CO. Williams and Miss Rlsao aro in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Mat DoBordt of Pulaski county, were guests of Mrs. Dave Henderson last week. Misses Ann Albright and E.len Butner, of Wildio-werguests of Mrs. D. X. Williams last week. Mrs. L. B. Adams wai called to Garrard county by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Schooler. Mrs. R. L. Thompson has returned from a visit to Garrard county relatives. Judge has been quite ill. Mrs. Georgia Rice was in town Saturday the guest of Mra. M. J. Miller. Mrs. Dr. Brown, of Parksviile, is the guest of Mrs. Judge McClure. Misi Florolle Brown is visiting friends in Parksviile. Miss Hillio Auams, of Garrard, has entored the in stitute, Miss Lena Bright, of Lancaster, visited Mil a May Miller last weok. Miss Berda Martin is visiting friends here. Dol-sarte ap-p'at- majority. At Stanford, Oct. 8, Mr. Mary Jano Helm, nee Logan, mother of Rev. Honj. Helm, fell asleep In Jesus, bs she had lived, a quiet and senile Christian. An invalid for several years, her last lllnens camo upon her about 10 days before sbo died. She boro all in calm, Christian resignation. She was of pious, Scotch-Iri- sh ancestry, who settled a Salem, In the valley of Virginia, whence her grand father, John Logan, and wife, nee eroigratsd to Kentucky and sot. tied on Logans Creek, about two miles bslow Stanford. Two of John Logan's daughters married Tattoos, of this county also. Her father, William Logan, and wife, Bailie Perkins, settled in Harren county, where he was many years clerk of the court. The 11th of September, 1838, she waa married to Henry B. Helm, of El'zibethtown, where she lived over 40 years. After his doath she made her home with her only surviving child, Ray. Ben Helm. About 50 years since, she connected herself with the Ohlhtian church at a e and being a meeting held In regenerated person, Bhe ever lived a pure lovely, Christian lilo, often spoken of her time: "If I could bo a Christian like your mother I would wish to b one." Very delicate, yet with intense vitality and atlf control, she outlived parents, brother, Bisters and all her own family except one. A wife, tho pride of her husband; a mother, whono children rose unto cull her bleeaed; a Christian, who honored tho profession, the Bleeps in Jesus. Be vn also ready, dear reader. Hsu Son. At 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, after an illness of a year or more, Mr. J. M rhlld Hendricks died as peaceful1)' going to sleep, aged 00. A few moments previous he asked to bo turned over, his request was granted and in Icm time than It taken to tell it tho spirit flsw to ils doitlnattou. Fifty years ago ho married Miss Mary Newell, and eight chll dren were born to them. His second raarriago was to Mrs. Mattle Baker and no children bleesed their union. He hid been a member of thb Christian church sine 10 years of age and died after having repeatedly expressed his raad'ncsa to go, adding that ho would love tolingeryot awhile with his family, whom ho loved with an unuBual devo-liobat ho always concluded by saying "Tho Lord's will be done." He was a practical Christian, and lived what ho preached -- duty to his fmilv, his God and followman. For 22 consecutive years he waa sexton at Buffalo Cemetery. years ago when the cholera Twenty-siwas raging In Stanford and everybody was leaving town, ho took Ms family to Highland to evade tho ravages of the dreadful disease. While there, in a week or bo, two children Bickened and died with tho typhoid (over. He stated then that thereafter he would never run from anything again but put a greater trust in Him who doeth all things well, and he d kept his vow till tho angel of death dobt that all him and collectod tho must pay. For 35 years he had been a consistent member ol tho Independent Order of Odd Fellows, who administered to his wants while slck.followed hia body to tho grave, at which they performed the last sad rites of tho Order and which they will Bee is kept as green as will be their remembrauco of the departed brother. Rev. J. T. Sbarrard olllciated at tho grave, where a large concourse of sorrowing friends had gathered. When o'er thy silent grave Eve's shadows creep. Fond memory ever will Her vigils keep Thunders may peal above, Storms o'er thee madly Bweep, Yet undisturbed will be Thy droamless eleep. J. r. W. Mc-Olur- e, court-hous- SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Andy Christopher was assassinated in Esti'l county. Joseph Foulz, a brother-in-laof J. A. Craft, of Lonisville, hung himself tn his barn in Laurel county. F. W. Bryant has been appointed postmaster at Lot, Whitley county, and W. C. Pitman at Manchester, vice Gilbert Garrard, resigned. Tho Paris Reporter saya that a Jew went to the depot and called for a ticket to Springfield. "Illinois, Ohio or Kentucky?" asked the agent, when he replied: "Vich ia do cheapesi?" Fire which originated in Thomas' tailor shop, burned that establishment, Morrow Bros., J. G. Cundiff and Cundiff Bros., atSomorset. The buildings ought to havo been burned long ago. In his charge to the Mercer county grand jury, Jude 8auitay was very pronounced in his condemnation of tbe outrages committed by the free turnpike mobs and showed that in addition to violating tho law, they make the ciuse odious. According to the Democrat, he said, on thh point: People who are gravely considering whether the county ehould purchase this corporate property with a view to free travel will pause to further consider whether meaiuro which is advocatod by people who practice spoliation is worthy of their support. It Is human nature that we often judge a new principle or an untried policy by the character and habits of its advocttea If we are evenly balanced In judgment or doubtful of the proper course, the uoubt is speedily against hat side which ia upheld by those whoa J methods aro unlawful. But I do not place the necessity for yonr vigilant search foi the perpetrators upon this lower pla'ie. I urge it because the conduct is outrageous in morals and offensive to la v. " When the people vote (or freo turnpikes and piy for therm then all cau lawfully have them Let ns await that dav w CRAB ORCHARD. Hall A THE STAFFORD FEM4LE Student! us. TeehM j. All Mthemtlc, Natural aid ; Mini r CM-X-SG- E. MaoFlinn's cirens is billed for Crab Orchard, Oct. 23. WILLIAM SHELTON, President. - ! 1 .V.I TRIMONIAL MATTE IIS. die-Utile- court-hous- e. ru e Mc-Clu- re A couple of Wtat Eaders will come to Stanford Thursday to nnito their Sealed guesses will be received at this oflice till noon that day. Dr. P. H. Molloy, a prominent physician of Lexington, and Mies Alice Sher-le- y Mulligan, eldest daughter of Judgo James H. Mulligan, were married at Lexington. At Belleilower, 111 , Miss Mary Wag-noaged 17, was married while on horseback to James Lawrence, a three times widower, aged 70. This definition o( an cid maid is not from Webster: An old maid is a woman who ha not been fool enough to be fooled by evory fool who has been fool enough to try foolishly to fool her. -- Miss Ada Sutton, of Indiana, who was stenographer for Jude J. W. Alcorn for some time, is to mmry Editor E. L. Davison, of Springfield, on tbo 2Sth. They mot at Pinovllle, where he pub lished a paper and she was engaged in a lawyer's oillce. r, The patent medicine men are here this week and everybody io taking in the free show. Mr. J. II, Collier's new store Is approaching completion and vll be quite nn addition to Slatesville. Mr. M. J. Harris ia building a new dwelling on his farm and has rented it to Mr, J. O. Hays for a term of years. The entertainment given by Mrs RId mid the youne ladies of Crab Orchard Friday night waa quite a success in every way. Rev. J. G. Livingston preached several very interesting sermons at the Christian church last week. His sermons are always enjoyed by the writer because by his works ho shows he is a man of God. Rev. Stephen Collier preached bis farewell sermon at the Christian chnrch Sunday. He goes in a few days to make his home in Texas, taking with him tbe love and respect of nil good people who know him, His friends hope he will live long and prosper in his new homo. Mr. Jamea Hutchinson continues very ill. His father and mother came over from Lexington Sunday to be with him. Mr. James Fish still lives, but his death is expected at Bny moment. Un cle Arch Carson has been very sick for a week or two and is still confined to bis bed, bnt is thought to be soma better at present. Mrs. Jean Dickinson is again able to be up after a nine weeks' illness of eryslpeUs. Prof. H. II. Cherry spenti;several days in Crab Orchard in the interest of his school at Bowline Green. Ho delivered quito an interesting lecture on Education Saturdav night. Mrs. M. L. Manning returned to her home at Sax-to- n Saturday, after a visit to her paren' i here. Miss Maggie Lewis, ol Boylo, visited her sister, Mies Georgia, and wont on to Livingston tojtake charge ol a music class. Mra. James Carter and children, ol Lebanon Junction, and Mrs. Carter, ol Rowland, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gover. Mr. James Leavel) and chilnren, of Point Leavel!, were over Sunday to see Mr. James Fish and family. Rev. G. M. Morgan and family will spend the winter with Mrs. Margaret Gormley. Mrs. J. F. Cummins, o( Stanford, is visiting her pareni, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Pettus. Mr. W. E. Perkins and son went to Cincinnati for a Fall and Winter supply of goods and are now ready to accommodate all the ladies with Quo dresses and the men with ' new suits. Mrs. J. G. Livingston, who has been Buffering (rom an attack of malarial fever, is convalescent. poeUliits. Thoraujh courses in t,jt.n. Greek, French, Enfj'Uh. Sciencei. Mutic, Art and, Elocution. Situated la the famoui little Gran lection ot Kontuckf di'Miiiiibed for healt&lu'neM of cliante, beiuty of teener?, refinement ofnxicty. KllSesiIoao;-iiS3pternb97. "Wind: Un where you will set? I four daughters next year, be sure to write for Our New GatalogrtlJ. A idrcn, Stinford. Ky. 2tf MRS. NAVNIS 3. :. Ii U'.,.I.3II?Il.,.v.. m n ... i. ... . i. - - v u- - - 4v. - ''!' ..t - 'J' ''IL' i-- .'JJljiTg, "i,iA. - - - - - '.lr - - tI, - WINDOW QkASS t " ,:i: !? f Window Glass, Paints and Oils Cheaper than ever sold before. s ft READY MIXED PAINTS I Guaranteed the IJest. Now is the time to buy. 8 CI 1 sa v 8 ,y.w,...,. ...-.--- W. B. MoBOBEETS, .. o o ,: CIOLICIll!0v-lOl"C.- ! '.f.uf W CRAIG & HOOKER, .A. DEALERS IN X" X :. 13ruqs, GKsmicals, Oils, Pal-ais- , Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. i t It iik Pays to Deal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. r The Gliarle sWiiee lor Emum. Lowest We have received our Fall Goods in all lines and at the Prices they will be sold. Smith & Stoughton Shoes in Enamel, Ox Blood, Cordovan and Calf, Tlkf KINOSVILLE. x CHURCH CHIMES. Rev. S. M. Logan has returned from a meeting he held at Beards in Harrison Several parties of young people have wero no confessions. come out from Danville the past week to county. Tbere Rev. W. S. Griustead organized a SHELBY CITY. hunt chistnuts. vk-ite- season at Crittenden he and M. C. Thurman Springs, which ran in partnership, Judge J. B. Dennis ia now at Excelsior Springs, Mo., on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. A, 8. Oroar, whom with her babies ho flnda in good health. He writes that everybody in this part of Missouri is for Bryan Bnd Sowall. "I think thelNTKRion took the right shoot (aB it always does) in sticking to the notn iuees of the party. "May it livo long and After a good prosper." Thursday two inches of snow fell at Blue Mountain Lake nnd other points in the Adirondacke, New York. The marahal of Glasgow shot Jim and Bud Pedigo, who resisted arrest. Jim's wound may prove fatal. Ata public speaking in Nelson county Joe Prather killed William Keeling in a dispute over the money question. An Another Btorm awept over a part of of Winchester, great damage has been done Florida and ing treo. to property at Fernandlna and vicinity. . eight-year-o- ld Mieses Lucy Burke and Elma Baker and several othera weut out on horsa-bacwith a wagon loid of youug men and ladies from Shelby and Junction Cities last week to enjoy the variegated plumage o( the forest trees and gather chestnuts. Mr. A. A. Surber says that ho once bolted the democratic party and voted for Mr. John W. Yerkes, ol Danville, but was immediately afterwards taken sick. He is afraid worso than this would happen should he vote for McKinley, bo ho will support Bryan and Sewall. Rev. 11. H. Shearin preached at the Christian church hero Sundav in the Rev. Win. stead of his brother-in-laGibson, who has accepted a call for all Christian hia time by the Mayfleld church. Bro. Shearin will supply till February next twice n month, second and fourth Sundays. We regret very much to lose Bro. Gibson, but Bro. Shearin is a good substitute. Miss Eugono Tharp, of Salvisa, ia visiting Miss Lizzie DePauw. Miss Min nie Besson and Mr. and Mra. George Sinclair, of Now Orleans, are the gucs's of Miss Maggie Saundidge. Mies Annie Carter, of Turneraville, is the guest of Mies Lily Oens. Miss Emelyne Alexander, of Stanford, Is spending the week with her uncle, Mr. W. O. Alexandor. Mra. Wells and Ye leer, of Owensboro, are the rupbIb of Mrs. Weavor Dunn. Mra. Hay and daughter, Misa Emma, of Danville, were with friends here Sunday. Mr. W, A. Reynolds has returned from Woodford, bringing with him hia Bister, Mrs, Mollie Morris. Miss Jennie Helm has returned from Mitchelleburg, accompanied by Mrs. Rowland Burchell. Mr. James Hamnor is very low of malarial fever. Mr. Lemuel Powell has moved again. k w, Methodist church at Kiugsville Saturday morning with GO members and more to follow. A 10 daya' meoting at the Baptist church at Brownvllle resulted in 10 additions, 32 of whom were baptized in Green River. Capt. Peak, a prominent Chattanooga manufacturer, has beeu expelled from the Baptist church,, because ho married again after being divorced for other than aacriptural reason. The congregation of the First Baptist church at Owensboro has elected Rev. G. L, Morrill, of Illinois, pastor. This is the church in which the Rev Hale kicked up such a muss. W. L. Williams will preach at Turnersvillo next Sunday hut not on the "Organ in Church. "QTbe person who made that announcement was unrithor-ize- d to do so, Dwight Root, elder The Danville district LadieB Foreign Missionary Socioty will meet at tho Meth-odlchurch here at 7 r. M. Thursday, Miss Mary W. Bruce, who has been n missionary in Brazil, will have charge of the meeting and give a lecture on her work. Programlin brief will be: Devo tional service, address of welcome, prayer and praise service. Friday will bedevotoJ,t3 business, inter, spersed with talks. At 3:30 Friday r. m. a childrena' meeting will he held and at night tho sociity will close with a missionary ma;i meeting, jAII the churches cordially invited. E-d- The Christian Endeavor Society Ib rSTWith double Scotch Soles, ""a still flourishing. Miss Maine Smith, of Somerset, is expected here this week to teach a elate piano music. Mr. John Keith, who fell from a train here Tuesday night, died of his injuries. He was unmarried and resided On all of the lasts, in Dongola, Ox Blood and Enamels, half single with his mother at Eubanks. Scotch Soles. The Bryan Club at this place was An Elegant Line of Nobby Dress addressed Friday night by Hon. R. C. &SyGents' Furnishing Goods, &c. Yours for Bargains, Warren end he made a fine free silver Goods. argument. There was an immense crowd in attendance and thev took in more than 50 new members, making in all over 150, all citizens of Kingsviile OUR STOCK OF precinct not from Caaay, as assorted by tbe Commercial. Dr. B. F. Walter, of Lancaster, has been bere several days on professional business. Mrs. Fred Burgess, of Louisville, is spending a few days with her to close them out entirely we offer the parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pearls. Mrs. Is for the most part sold and residue L. I. Bolce, of Junction City, with her eister, Miss Fonda, visited friends here lftot week. Mr. G. A. Walter returned from Cincinnati Wednesday, where he had been to purchose a fresh stock of dry goods. You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale prices. Drew Selby & Cofs' Swell Line of Ladies' Shoes, CHARLES WHEELER SUMMER GOODS AT TUSSm TEAM i C(QOTo QUEEN AND CRESCENT. Trotting Horse Rreedera Asa'n. Lex ington, Ky., Oct. 6th to lGlh, '00. Round trip tickets via Queen & Crescent Route for one faro good until Oct. 17th to return. No extra charge on veetlbuled . W. P. TATE, Metal Roofing. - Stanford. "T Doors, Sash and Blinds, flkft " Bt trains. Half rates for Nlcholuaville via Queen Crescent route from all points between Somerset and Georgetown Oct. 16, on accountant speaking by Gov. Bradley. Low Rates to Louisville. Masonic Grand Lodge Oct. 20th, to iMth. Tickets from points in Kentucky on certificate plan. W. O. Rineabsok, G. P. A,, Cincinna& W Shingles, Etc. PJ- A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. ti, O. Circuit court nt Tomoroy, O., lasted less than 10 minnt?s. There wero four cases on the docket, three of which were Mrs. Blauche "Wilder, of Atlanta, got continued and one dismissed. a divorce from her husband becauBe he October 15th has been selected as the refused to let her go on the stage. manager of the date for laying the corner Btono of the William Rucker, monument to be erected to the memory Lancaster (louring mills, had hia hand of Tenuessee Federal soldiers buried at caught in a cog wheel and two fingers Knoxyille, torn off. George Saunders, of Lagrange, Ind., Ben H.Oiborne, a lunatic, ehot and UNDERTAKING -- jr. c, , Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. HEAinr, BY- eon of Win. waa killed by a Un-ge- r, fall- killed Theo, Schraeder at Atlanta. When asked why he did it he answered: "I don't know. My brains have been stolen and n dog's placed in their atend." hung himself when hotly pursued by officers, who wanted him for crushing a piano tuner'a ukull when he overcharged him for a job of work. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e ,N. V' '. , ,.-- Kk M..1.1. frllWWfti;frriM.uiiiMSWiiiiMaUwuii n)imiWi KiriMiMf .ti'niiiiMnmttiMtiac miwir jiiirfiaiinimihiji,r ilmnniM' WEW SIX PAGES. nt BRYAN AND SEWALL W. PRYOR li r UB H3 li makes are aa disgusting as they are Such anjunholy alliance ought to have and wil"havcjtbe seal of conForjuilgocf the Court of Appeals demnation pUced upon it. By the way it is now told that Denny's rolnctance to S. JUDGE pet off the track waa a grand stand play Of New Castle. to keep other republicans off the course For Congress, and thereby fulfill hia part of (he dcAl Breckinridge hiru B. THOMPSON, entered into by when with Breckinridge two years ago, Col. Mercer. promised Denny to help him beat Owens if Denny andjthe republicans would help John Shehmak, who ia charged with him go back this year. There are a great being the chiefeot of the conspiratorB ol many tricks in politics and these two "the crime of 1873," when silver waa de- tricksters are as tricky ss over tried to monetized, changed hia views in 1S78 trick. and wrote the following wfiich appears The Interior Journal is not riven to in the Report of the Monetary Conferbatting, believing that it is the fool's ar" ence of that year, page 139. After refer, gument, but it ia disposed to vary its ring to hia letter written to the Monetary practice for once and float this defi to Conference at Paris, in which he favored the world, without the aid or consent of the single gold standard, he Bays: any other nation. We will wager "At that time the wisest among na did that Palmer and Buckner will not not anticipate the sadden fall of silver or carry a single precinct in the United the rise of gold that baa occurred. Tbia an States. Boltocrata can now put up or certainty of the relation between the two shut up. metals is ono of the chief arguments in favor of a monometallic Byetem. Bat POLITICAL POINTS. othor arguments, ebowing the dangerons 16 to 1. Sixteen of the Ohenanlt effect upon industry, by dropping one of family in Madison are for silver and one the precioua metals from the standard of value, outweigh, in my mind, all theore- for gold. By a practically unanimous vote tical objections to the bimetallic system. convinced, that if it Florida has been taken out of the list of I am thoroughly wore possible for the leading commercial October States. Bryan will on the 23d begin an eight nations to fix, by agreement, an arbitrary day campaign in Illinois. He will make relation between Bilver and gold, even though the market value might vary 15 speeches in Chicago. When Mr. Bryan spoke at Sionx somewhat, from time to time, it would be a measure of the greatest good to all na- Falle, S. D., 120 men and women pulled him through the streets in a carriage. tions." Settle has challenged Breckinridge So it will be Been that great men chance their minds. It id only foola and pig- for a joint debate in the Seventh district. headed people, who think they get any Now wutch the old boltocrat squirm out idea In their head, that can not be moved of it. The registration in Louisville shows either by reason or object lessons of the 42,370, distributed in follows: Demoplainest character. crats, 10,159, republicans 17,927, unclasAfter naming Beveral lawyers to serve sified, 7,290. n case at London, each in the The vote in Georgia shows that the of whom bad an excuse for not serving, people are opposed to a State prohibiGov. Bradley finally hit on one who ac- tion law, aud want the present local opcepted. It waa John Marshall, of Louis- tion system maintained. ville, who went to London and after A dispatch from Owenlon savs th t hearing the motion to set aside White's Owen county will give Bryan 3,500 out of order to restrain the clerks from putting a total vote of 4,100. The dispatch also Colaon'a name under the log cabin, did a Ida that most of the republicana in tbat bo. White's lawyers then asked for time county will vote for Hon. E. E. Settle for to move for a reinstatement before a Congress. judge of the court of appeals. To this A poll of tho State bv the Palmer motion Colson'a attorneys objected, and and Buckner managers shows that the took the position that no injunction hav- "Haven" ticket will receive the votes of ing been granted a motion for reinstatethe Courier Journal and the Lexington ment of a restraining order could not be Herald, with the Louisville Times and allowed. On the latter question Judge the Louisville Post doubtful Cynthia-n- a Marshall decided to give Mr. White a day Democrat. topresent his case to the court of appeals1 Unless there shall be a reaction and Judgo Alcorn, one of hia attorneys within the short space remaining bewent to Frankfort yesterday, absolutely tween now and November 3, William sure that White would be victorious. Jennings Brvan will be the next presik dent of the United Stntps. And the Hon. John B. Thompson told us yesteria Var more favorablo for a demoday that the statement made in the cratic groundswpll than for a republican Courier-Journa- l and Times that he had reaction. New York Journal. admitted "confidentially" or otherwise Thti Middlesboro Herald, dera , sayp: that Davison would beat him for Congress in this district is a fabrication out o' "Col. Hill is considerable of an orator the white cloth. On the contrary ho has and if he would stick to the truth be never failed to say and say it truthfully would be all right. Of course if he would and confidently that he will be elected stick to the truth bo would be a demoby 1,000 to 1,500 majority, no matter how crat." The Pineville Courier, rep., says: much money the republicans put in the "He talked all the time on tho money district. Mr. Thompson looks like a win- question, and a more eloquent, soul was never heard by our peoner and will be a winner, notwithstandple." ing the tmari efforts of tho holtocrat paThe Bryan and Sewall democratic pers to defeat him by miserable, lying club, will give a barbacue at the fair ' statements. grounds, near ShelbyvlUe, Thursday. The following notable speakers will be On the 11th ballot of the second convention in the 7th district the democrats present and address the people: Gen. J. succeeded iu making a nomination for W. 8t. Clair, ol West Virginia; Hon. AlCongress. Carroll was dropped on the loa O. Myera, of Ohio; Senator Jo O. S. lOib and his strength going principally Blackburn, of Kentucky and Hon. Matt 873 O'Dougherty, ol Louisville. These have to E. E Settle, of Owen, he votes to Bronston'a 80i The nomination been invited and are expected to be Proctor Knott, J. B. was then made unanimous and the meet' present: ing broke up in a love feast. Toe claim McOreary, Judge Tarvin and John B, is made that Breckinridge will beat him Toompson. Ample provision has been easily, but this Beams a wild proposition made to fesd 15,000 people free. Demoin face of the fact that the district gave cratic clubs of adjoining counties are tho good majority against Bradley of urged to attend. Btrange. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The boltocratic committee in the 7th district bas;deciared W. 0. P. Breckin Watch-worDankp. "null said." ridge their candidate for Congress and For your Fall suit gat prices from Jepse the republicans through tho Leader have Stanford. Ky., Oct. 13, 1896 accepted him as their candidate. This is D. Wearen. a nice kettle of flab, but just the kind for New Fall goods at Mrs. Kato Dudder-ar- 8 Two years ago repubauch a W. P. WALTON. this wpek. licans and certain democrats could 'not say thinga mean enough to cover the Periodicals, novels and new books for Now though he has shown Bale. W. B. McBoberts. no fruits meet for repentance for the IIblm Brucs, of Louibvillo, is billed to great sin he committed before God and they hold him to their immaculate speak here on the 20th "for Bound monmn, ror Piesident and breasts and fondlelhim a8v, their lung lost ey." brother. Tho bed fellows that politico Improvino. Mr. W. P. Tate is improv Weekly -J!-- interior Joukne k. Born to tho wife of O. P. Huffman, a boy. Ho hallooed for Bryan the first thing. Sunday night tho foreman of this papor dreamed that somebody brought him half a hog, u Back of flour, and bo on, and that Bryan would be elected. Monday morning the fltst part of tho dream waa realized by a visit and the liberality of Mr. Georgo 8. Carpenter and wile, aud he kuowB the latter part of tho dream will bo realized November 3d. A Dream 9 ' THE Realized. Louisville Store FOR BARGAINS. Wc arc already recognized as Stanford's foremost in Dry Goods, m JOHN 300,-030,0- 00 White-Coleo- out-00- Dibappointed. Deputy U. R. Matshal Notions, Boots, Shoes and Clothing. We are deeply grateful for the repairing and paint William Stringer, of Pittsburg, was hero ing his residence by on official business yesterday. He tells ing it us thHt "Lauicl's all right" and that Jus The Seal's Creek baso ball club down D. Black will carry it, whllf Bryan and ed the May wood boys 35 to 21 tho other Sewall will run not far behind him. Over day bo, Craig Martin tells us. Wc shall endeavor to always merit the 2,000 people gathi red at Loudon Satur- Of our efforts by the public, Rawlisos. Prof. J. W. lUwlingu, of day, he saya, to hear Senator Blackburn esteem and confidence with which our fellow citizens have honored and when they heard he waa too 111 to us by giving Boyle, will speak for democracy at fill his appointment their disappointSaturday night npxt. 9 ment was great indeed. Mr. W. O. Webb, Zkiqlkii shoes at Shanks'. The most of that county, mado a lino speech and comfortable, the most stylish, most du- waa loudly applauded. Tho Bryan club rable and therefore the cheapest. of Pittsburg, 132 ptrong, marched to Lon Than ever before. Bargains in every department. Read each item nights du- don in a body. Dogs havo made raids two carefully: ring the lPst week, killing a number of Old Money. Mr. M. O. Reynolds, of All wool novelty dress goods, worth 25c 40c at sheep belonging to Mr, Jomea Robinson, WayreBburg, in a rare collection of old 2CC near Hubble. French All wool Serge and Henriettas, all colors, worth 35c at money, has a pleco coined by tho ia of puro silver Fancy Plaid Dress Gingham, worth SJc, at 5C will play the Centre mint 103yeara ago. It The Vanderbilta and considerably larger than our stand- Latest Novelty Persian Percales, worth I2j4c, at ,oc College foot ball team a game on the On onesido it bears the grounds at Danville next Saturday at 3 ard silver dollar. wide, suitable for Capes Ladies' all wool Broad cloth, 52 inches Latin inscription "Sit namen domine p m. Admission 50c 65c and Suitings, worth Si, at 1733; and the bonedictutn'and the date of the Wavnesbnr boc other, "LudXV. D. G. Fr. Et Nov. Rex. 10x4 Blankets, per pair M.T. Morgan, 75c Hon. was placed In jail Friday evening to O." The latter la an abbreviation of the Comforts, good lengths Sc , serve out a fine ol $50 and 25 days lor following sentence in Latin: "Louis 15th Whisky was tho By theGraco of God King of Franco and Good Jeans, worth 20c, at whipping his wife. 30c Novane." It also contains a likeness of Eiderdown, all colors, worth 50c, at cause. no other dis- Ladies' Dongola, pat. tip, worth $1.50, at pSc monarch's head, but While attempting to gut on his horse that a remarkably Ladies' Grain and Gl. Grain Lace Shoes at day Jeeae Lynn stuck a pair of tinguishing mark. It ia in 95c the other good stato of preservation, and baa $1 to $$ aheep shears, which lie had thrown over Gents' Fine Shoes spent many of Its days in othhis saddle, in his leg and has since been doubtless $1 er o d socks than those of its present Best plow shoe in town for only laid np. Reynolds has refused an ofowner Mr. Jailed. Will and John Farmer and fer of $20 for it. He is now so strong for Georce Lewis were placed in jail Satur Bryan that no consideration would inday, charged with disturbing religious duce him to part with anything made of Wc simply invite you to call and examine our stock of Suitings, worship at Neal's Creek. Their trial Is silver. . Bet fur today. The Speaking. There wasn't so much Trousers and Coats and if wccan't save you money on them we don't was expected" ask you to buy. Circus. At last wo are to have one! speaking here yesterday as telegruphed that he was Hall & McFlinn's circus Is billed here for Judge Tervin so Wednesday, 21st. The tent will be sick and Mr. Wignt got sick and left, pasture the Hrn. R. T. Tyler and John B. stretched in Mrs. Woodio Hale's TnompBon had the boards all to on East Main street. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, 9 The former led off In an hour who has a and a half speech for Palmer and BuckLitcuer Owsley, T. D. RANEY, Manager. voice like a steam calliope and a head ner, on which ticket he is elector for the Branch Stores: full of sense, will by special invitation, after being introduced by Bryan Club at the court- - Col. W.G.Welch in a few well turned addrees the Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiam, bouse here Friday night. eentences. His efiort was listened to by VersaiUcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, an audience packed like sardines and is SrsAKiNO Mr. M. F. North will speak and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. spoken of as being a fair and forcible preat for democracy at McKinney sentation of bis side of the question. South Fork Thursday night and at It was 3 o'clock when Mr. Thompson Kldd'a Store Saturday afternoon at 1 m took the stand. He needed no introduco'clock. Everybody invited. for the ovation that he received was tion, Lucky. Aa little Sarah Banghman prool that everybody knew him. He Bccauoo and Nannie Newland were coming to waded right into busineiB and soon had "Wo Do Hot aa he town Saturday morning, the former's the crowd laughing or applauding select sonic few articles and pony, Lucky, ran away and tho young told a funny anecdote or clinched a good ladies were thrown out. Fortunately point. It ib unfortunate that Mr. Thorn b tell how low wc sell them, don't think neither of them was hurt. in baa to answer a boltocint here every th?t our goods are high priced. time. Davison ia afraid to meot him and Our competitors know that, quality Co , Tub Kentucky Growers' Insurance they wont put up any of his gang against considered, wc sell Roods cheaper than of incorof Lexington, has filed articles him, so he hits to speak against men who others that's what bothers them; but poration and proponeB to fight tho insur- ought to bo with htm, instead of trying it's your advantage. ance combine in certain conntira of the to defeat democratic candidates by aiding Our store was designed and arranged State, including this snd Garrard. The aud abetting republicans. to do business with Mntvll expense, yet capital stock is 1100,000. Mr. Tyler wae n't abta to stand tho fire mm it is the most commodious and carries got Mu G.S. McKinney tells ua for the and left bbfore Mr. Thompson Pknnv's Dkug Stoku. largest stock. he for benefit of Bailey Hill that from Wednes- t'irougb, leaving his' rejoinder to day to Saturday he gathered 10S barrels ever unsaid. of corn and killed 15 squirrels with 19 -- Elijah E. Owens und Mrs. Callie D Av.Afr$aA$MrV'?)e shots witli a 22 rifl-- , what had ono of Ross, of the Hubhle section, will bu marBailey's pitchfork sights on it. ried bore today. Jhck Egler, aged 21, and Miss Lutie Mr J. T. Owens will apeak at McKinUJ ioverauce U at 7; Highland tholOth at M. Cook, 17, were married in ney & Son's store yesterday by Eld. Long, of 7; Waynesburg the 17th at 1 o'clock, aud i Highland. Tho clerkaRtid pretty saies la j;j at other pointa to be unnouueed. Ho is stood up with them full of democratic doctrine and his dies of the store during the ceremony. speeches are highlv spoken of. Unbounded Appreciation Better Values For Tueir money ille m I2c ' FALL (L0Tf)inG. THE LOUISVILLE -- thein-sulv- ST0RL. ea m m ., State-at-larg- e, ' G2332e2 !)S3Ct03a342i)0i2 p-- 5js3es0 SPECIAL PRICES Will be made for the asking on ch 9 m rec-iivt- Ex-Go- delivery in the rural districts was made The man who a few years ago was gov- in West Virginia. ernor of Florida ran for the office ol rivor is ilooiled and county clerk at the recent election and greatThe Savannah damage is being done to the get the thirst for ofgot it. When men in Georgia. fice their ambitiona work on the sliding Grady Coomer, aged 40, with a wife scale and they take what they can get, if and four children, committed suicide in they can't get what they want. plan-tttio- Loom clothei and downy cushions bring- only a negative tort of comlort to the woman who i with tome disease or derangement of the Some minutes afterwards be would have apol- organs distinctly feminine. and ti.eclothes and 4,680. discomfort tome positions make the pain :::. MORE NEWS NOTES. Perhaps the nerves are most affected seem 1ms. ogized. 9 9 9 and thu in turn disturbs the digestion. Nothing Chicago celebrated the 25th anniverever completely relieve but a radical cure. Fiftebn Years. The jury at Harroda-bur- g will start of A Oario, W. Va., man killed bis wife sary of the fire from which theNew Chi''female complaints'' may be The gave James Downey 15 years' for a very slight thing indeed. It may be thit in the cago sprung, Friday, and the republicans with a slop jar. beginning some small hygienic mea.urei would George M. Talbott,one of the wealth- murdering Policeman Russell, when a stop the trouble. Certainly at thit time a little and their aid society seized upon it to ed bit of the right medicine would stop it. When death sentence would havo hardly make a demonstration. It is claimed iest men in Harrison county, is dead. the trouble become woi se it is harder to cure. but Prosecuting Attor- atlll it can be cured. Dr. Tierce's Favorite for the crime. George DuMaurier, author of "Trilthat over 100,000 men marched in tho will- positively cure any trouble of that ney J. S. OwBley, Jr., telle us tbat tho character. It may be absolutely relied upon. It parade during the day, which tho boas- by," died of heart trouble in England, relief to a woman whose was composed of six men from affords lastingkept her from consulting anatural physiters counted in their columns. At nigh1 modesty has John O. Price, a veteran of tho Mex- jury and brought ican and civil wars, died at Nicholas-ville- . Boylo and six from Mercer. Downey had cian. the Bilver people paraded cents in one. cent stamps to Wcrld's DisSent a hung jury at his trial during the Msy pensary siMedic. Association, lluffalo, N. V'v and out a crowd that fully discounted that of receive Dr. Pierce's ioo3 page "Common bense term. the day. Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated. A successful experiment of free mail r t ml-leriat-ton1 The Stringer boys for cutting John Martin, as he wae returning from church at Neal'a Creek some two weeks ago, were tried Saturday and acquitted. In the ab eence ol Judge Davison, 'Squire John Bailey was called on to try tho case, but the Stringers swore him off the bench and "Deputy Judge" W. L. Dawson was substituted. A "Campbkllitk" came to us the other day and "demanded" tbat we make a retraction. HesayB that it waa "two Baptists" that had the scrap and not a Baptist and Campbellite. Campbellitea never act tbat way, be avers, and we are not here to dispute it. One of the combatants says if he bad seen the other 10 WiUUui Brooks, a Negro hoy at In 1 dianapolis, shot and killed Frank Mat tjj thews, a young white man, who was teasing him, Don't fail to attend tho sale of U. M. Johnson's effects near Milledgevillo tomorrow. Besides the farm of 175 acres a good deal of stock will sell. Win. Baker crushed his wife's skull it'll with rocks on his farm near Pineville, After committing tho fearful deed ho carried her home, where she lived long enough to tell the horrible story. Baker was placed in jail and was to have been tried yesterday for lunacy. FOR 30 DAYS 1 ttjj I II I 1 Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, ' Screenings and Shipstuff. !il rf & CO. J. H. BAUCHMAN H. C. RUFLEY, THEMERfflANT TAILOR -- Is Receiving his- - 4KWLZ 1 nn wm W(fUH m !Z;j'BiIr7JR ffMi r -rmrr vj rrn - WUMWJrJiFJ. " .v rwiMtamv 5. -i' wmj m l jnt-tw- n All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. VV. County Court. "Deputy" Judge W. L. Dawaon presided yesterday. Tho wills of Mrs. M. J. Helm and J. M. Hendricks W. WITHERS Has the Best Goods and Examine his stock of ' PUBLIC SALE 1 The Palmer and Buckner ticket iB a porcupine. Louisville Times. Ain't you mistaken? Possibly you mean that it ia an animal of the genua mephitea. At any rate the odorament is of the nature to drive all good democrats from it were admitted to probate. Rev. Ben Helm is made executor of the first,which aftor a f200 bequest to a college for the oducatiou of ministers, bequeaths all her n. Mrs. Adair by hanging. property to her Albert Bray murdered hia wife, son Martha Jbho Hendricks ia executor of and daughter at Noblesville, Ind., and Hi other, and to hor all the property ia then committed suicide. given, tho personal absolutely and tho Galea along the Atlantic coast in the real during her life. Aesesamenta of the East destroyed much shipping and caus- various turnpikes were made for taxaed considerable loss of life. tion. na Makes Prices to Suit the Hard Times. As Admtnistratorof I. W. llibb, I will sell at public outciy at his larm on thu Stanlord and tiustonville pike on ' Saturday, Nov. 7th, 1896, The following property: Xntire crop of Corn, about aoo shocks, j stacks of Timothy Hay, three stacks of Clover and Timothy Hay, two Wagon, Harness and Farming Wagons, Implements, two aged Mules. I aged horse, two aged jennets, a Mo. t yearling Jack, Sow and yearlings, Ac. iigs, Cow and Calf, a on day of sale. Terms made known Rrand-childre- J, F. Chandler, Auctioneer. WILLIAM UECK.Ad.nr. Carpets, Furniture, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods. .. u-- t ati - ?. jvi., - S - IaMI-WEEM- A iNTEWaJuMlliU Ky., PROVING THE CKDIE. MIX UP IN THE ORIENT. on CANADA LIQUOR LAW. PROHIBITION MAKING HEADWAY IN THE DOMINION. Tho New Mlniitcr I I1oiIkc1 to Submit tho (Juration to Vote Tim I'lmi I tn Prohibit Absolutely tho Salo of J.lrjunr Kxrept hy tho Government. Stanford. Oct. 13, 1896 Knrh How Sllvor Domonotlzntlon Has the (.rent Tower I'nrliii;Chliiii. Other the Cniiat of Dostroyod Amorloan Industrlos. E W. P. WALTON. The Urotlheail band will umke music Auierlrnn Vnrmeri ami 1'roitucera Lrgally Itoblirxl for tlio Ilrmctltof Kuropoan Hliylocka-Vlctlm of Ilrlt- - ttti lnlluoncr. barbecue at McKre, morrow. A II. Kij Jackson county, to , loy and O. U. Dareon, of thin plncr-metBt tbeni. for Uoea Davison' Th whobel.eva chronic V able ahould read whit Mr. the on Caar Milli.V La.. h tossy chronic .u.ferer Irom have since the war and have tried all The followlnp facts and tlio legitimate deductions drawn from them nru worth the careful consideration of etery farmer, laborer, mechanic and thoughtful citizen. Silter in 1S72 was worth $1.32 per ""of ounce, caused by French mints being open to coinage at lS'i to l. Its par ,,,uf,d value at sixteen to one was then $129'4. Silver In lb'JG bt worth CO cents per ounce, caused by closing the mints to coiiMige for the public. dntery and diarrhoea. It U pieasani How It AfTVrM tliu far ill it. "U,aj.naC;,,clln,,0.a;.eaUVcr..I A HocVcr, How this decline in the iilueof slher Drugclit alTeots the fanner may be shown by A taken with a se- taking wheut as an illustration. week acothe editor w A rmera-b- ! ver. eoTd that caused him to be in a a most case oT bushel of wheat was worth in India in bad condition. It wt undoubtedly In look 1H7L' one ounce of nller, or $1.32. ppe aiiii r.cosni.ln It at dangerous, hecure Is a .p..dr ab.ut 1800 the bushel of wheat was still worth o. .IT. - -" Vrom the leriismiiii m one ounce of slher, but the ounce of silinRemedy and the many good reto omendtUt.i rial s, a Cut cluded theteln, we concluded to make tialactorr ver, through operations of tbe o tboru.dleiae. Toaay th.tltwa. indeed. I wiw worth only CO cents. Tho H putting it ery mildly in it and the rwult waa a .peedy and following eomparation puts the matter permanentmagic W. have no hr.ltancy in cure. Couth Remedy to any more clearly and shows the extraor form.-T- he In dinary decline In prices: one afflicted with a cough or cold n. any M.rv and IS72. IK. Manner o Liberty, t.lbertyto-$ .w lor ile by Craig k Mock- U M Coit In India. The 45 and 50c alica .15 .17 Ocean freight anil cliurKC.i. er, Oruitgiiti ""; ."'Vdi' , lV',,hJ,t?,.T ' ?, ,ft v'"-- "" shy-lock- Mountain Glenn. Aik -- Our children were or with croup when we received a bottle Chirobe tlaln'i CcugH Remedy It afforded almoat nitant relief. V. A. Thornton. Thi celebrated liemrdy la for tale by Craig .V Mocker, Druggist Group Quickly Cured. 1 7 SellliiR jirlco In Liverpool. I .51 .33 1 coun wlltur bow old inu' you In competition with prices, tries, tin? decline In it is estibo to jlno tbo vounlted ntntvH iinncry i vaii' to lo'vo homo ovory darn clgnrut I mated, mnhes a dlfTerenee in the valuo ' of American products of more than uhou to Kit my Motor stt'lon mi now pbo Sl.OOO.OOO.OOO (one thousand million) anhna took tliu hull rJiootiu match jiockets nually. Tbe American fanner and olgurutrf tin nil nn i linvo only ono otbor pnro nlio ride n wheel i mn clwipurit tin miner loses that sum. I'orrlirnrra the (lalnrr. can not atnn it no longer, rwK'ckfi.,rly, The l'uropenn manufacturer and William ThomaH Murphy. tradesman gain that sum. think id rutlior bo n pirate. Nov They cannot get food products and York Suucluy World. THE HAIR OF NAPOLEON. raw materials for manufacture at half price If they cannot get slher nt half MnyDona Much for You. It ' They cannot compete with I'toriftt lliiKleyof KiiiKint Own it Vnlunlilo Mr Fred Miller al Irving, III. wntw that he price. I telle. had a Severe Kidney trouble for many yean, American manufacturers in the mar-behit baik and Ue that hit with tevrre palm in At Abilene, Kan., u curious relic has of the world unless thoy retain bladder wa adeclixl Me tried many a) called, crmo to light. C. II. Dagley, n Horist, KtdneX cure but without anr good result About that advantage. We ore selling all owns a lock of the hair of tho first a rar age he lxgan use ol Kletitlc Hitler and found relief at once Kleclric llittrrt is especially products tliat are In competition with It is of undoubted authenticity adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver troublra silver-usincountries on the silver and olteti gle- almost instant relief Oae trial basis of India, and tt fixes the price here and is probably the only bit of tbo dead will prate our tlaicmrnt. I'rice only jnc tor I'liiptmr now on the continent. Mr. arge bottles At W II. McKobcrii' Drug Stem for all of such products. Doro mintcr silver-using , i pro-parin- William Wain Wroth. Vt onl eliargcs from OhicaRO. .21 .C7 1'rlco In ChiPnKO. TrelKiit nnd charges from Iowa. .15 .3 l'rlco In Iown. As nil our exports to Kurope nre foM r, Lieutenant Richard Mitchell, (J. S. N., retired, who him just returned from Shanghai, describes the very interesting state of allairs in tho east, where hn just nt tho cIojo of thu Cliinn-Japawnr. At that timo ho saw 17 Russian warships in tho harbor of Any other power would havo lit once inquired tho reason for such a demonstration, but tho Japanese kept perfectly quiet. lie expects trouble in that neighborhood at any tlmo nnd says that tlio Hussiaus, whom ho describes as the brightest diplomnts in tho cast, havo got tho English on tlio Chinu.so coast so they do not eleep nights. Russia has her eastern station itt Vladivostok, in Siberia, which is unsuitable for Hueh a base in many ways, especially in winter, when tho place freezes up. They havo been for a long timo anxious to got Port Arthur, which is much more convenient, nnd it was for this reason that tho Jupnncso were obliged to tuko Formosa nnd $300,000,000 from China instead of tho very dcsirnblo stations on tho Lino Tung ponlnsular, of which Port Arthur 1m one. Tho Russians havo boon laying tho Trnnssiberian raihvuy with tho expressed intention of having tho terminus tit Vladivostok, but it is now believed that they havo obtained permission from China to havo u terminus nt Port Arthur, i which caso they would soon havo their station there. Then tho music is likely to begin. Tho English would seizo tho Saddlo islands, near tho mouth of the river, which, in addition to Hongkong, wonld innko them very strong. Tlio Germans would como up to Qunlpnrt, near Amoy, uud tho French ilro even now trying to make their way up from Tonquiu. Tho Russians uiv said to havo 80,000 troops at Vladivostok, and tho Japniicso nre nrming themselves, reorganizing their army and for an attempt ut invasion. Worcester Gazette. hr-riv- 9REAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL XDF.THE SOUTH. 0 m0tffiffJ " W BY cnioums RECOMMENDED THE COUNTRY, holding fine positions. BUSINESS MEN OF 4Fll01tAA-4ZMtod0&ftmtiL-L -- (SpaoGUEfjommniEE. ''oocii CY? n 'r (f?yS)?rJr THE LEADING mention cyjRSC wANTep. &cttmiTyfMtJffc Kn-gaak- i. Yung-te-Kiun- g g 1 i j ts Nn-poltc- ji. , g - 10 the eiclution ef phvtlcin' piMctlptiuiit or! fied by our tariff". other pii'iaratlont " Krv J iliti Ilurgrn, Keo-- i This policy cannot lie long continued "1 hae bren a minister or. kuk, Iowa, wiitei the Methoditt Kpltcopal church lor 511 years if without impoverishing Amerlcnn farmmore and have utvtr lound aoyihing to besen ers and destroying the taluc of their at Or cut or tost gave me uch tpeedy relnf cough property. It will force them lo tlio King's New Discovery " Try thi ideal ; are tatting Kuroprun goods In ' Tho IUofti I'nnivcoit for our products on the gold Jair.es L. Krancit. AWrrmto, Chicago, tayt "I regard lr Kins' New Olacovrry ai an idral bnaia of I'urope. and that equally panacea for coughs, colds and lung complaint., to all prices here, except as modihating uied it in my family lor the latt five vara V Hartley is 11 nativo of tho island of St. es samo plane of living and expenditure as the people with whom they must compote. Uucfclln'a Arulcu Htilvo Ilrnioortliatlon tlic ltrmeitr. in the woild for cult. brui Thebettaalv U'tler, chaptare, ulctrt, tail rbcum, fever tore tkln eruptions With silver colnnge restored, not ped hands, chilblains corut and all It it only will every coined dollar bo tho 3tl positively cure piles, or 00 pay repuircd. luaranteed 10 give pcrlect tatltfaction or money equhnlcnt of gold, but the price of refunded. I'nce ij cent per bot For tale by eery ounce of slher bullion nnd of V. 11. McKotwft druggm cery pound or bushel of such products will le ndvnncrd in proportion. The I'nlted States is NATIONAL BANK! producer of slher, and now tho chief is in position to restore siher colnnge. Kestorlng OT STANFORD, KY. coinage as in 1&72 w 111 restore prices remedy. Trial boillet free at W. It McKobcit't UK ttor J ) I FIRST sil-t- er Capital Stock- Surplus - 8IOO.OOC tut lit, 1S72. i 23,700 Attention of the public i invited to the. fa. ' that Ihia it the only National ilauk in Stanfor.Under the provniont of the National llaak Acby th l.'Kllirl llotiltery Mtut t'ruir. dctotitort are tecurcd not onlr liability capita tor ai nock, but bv the ttockholdcra Give Kick to our farmers ami miners depontort o' amount equal to the ttock, to that thlt initllution are tccured by a fund of )4oo,coc tho $1,000,000,000 a year nnd It will innko Five iworn tuU'tncnti ofthecondition of th ban n mnrket for our factories and give emare made each ycarto the Unlltd SUtet govara and ttt attctt at eiamined at lUlidlluw ployment nt good prices for our memtnt be lovctnment agcDl. thut aecunuz additltont chanics and laborers. and perfect tafcty to depotitor. Common justice demands that tho originally ettabhahed at ta Thu inttitulloD. legalized robbery of some. 40,000 miners Oepotil Hank of Stanford in 185S, then iitd aa the National Dank ol Stanford in iSj an' for the benefit of this and other govthe Firtt National Uank 01 again ernments shall cense. Ami while such btanlord in iblt, bai had practically an timnter rupted enttenceof 31 yean It it bottcr tuppli robbery begins with the miner, It immelacilitlcifortraniactingbuiinettprouip. now with ly and liberally than ever before in lit long an' diately Invohes every real wealth-produchonorable career. Accounta of corporation!, fidu In the I'nlted States. clanci, firmi and Individual! retpectfulty ioln No factor Is ever closed when it can ted. Th Directory ol thit Hank 11 competed ol sell Its products nt n proflt. t'orcttu Hoid, Lincoln county; You cannot start factories by deS. T. Harm, Lincoln; stroying the purchasing power of mora J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; than half the people. J. W. Ilaydtn, Stanford; Cold Stiiiulnril Dottrurtlve. S. 11. Haughuian,! Lincoln; If consumers cannot buy at present Mocker, Stanford; J. S. er Hni;lish Influence nnd Kngllsh necessity secured demonetization In 1873. Knglish influence for llnglnud's ndviui-ta- e has maintained it until tbe present time. h t'.a aud his family lias lived there for generations. His father was captain of tho tomb for IB years proccdiug tbo removal of tlio remains of tho emperor to Franca His mother was a friend of Mrs. Lnwtl, tbe uurso of Nupoleon in his last illness, nnd when tho Uugley family left the inland in 1800 eho divided with her friend tho choicest of her possessions. Slio had cut tho lock from tho head of tho emperor on tlio night when ho was lying in state after he had dres'ed for burial. It wns done with the consent of General out of respect for tho attention tho nurse had shown her distinguished About 30 hairs nre in the lock, black with u brownish tinge, and they nre sealed in n bottlo. Along with them is a bit of plnster from tho room in which tho emperor died and u pioco of tho coflln in which ho lay. Mortar from tho tomb nnd u tiny bit of wood from tho willow tree that eo long wept over the grave are also in tho collection, which is valued highly by its possessor. Mr. Baglty is well edncntedaud was 17 years old when he left tho ishiLd. His bisters, nil over 21 at that time, havo made affidavit to the conditions under which the hair camo into tho family and this document is filed with tho relics. Chicago lb Ik-c- Ber-trau- tl t. Timea-llernl- THE PLAGUE OF NOISES. Ktrn Thunder Mn.l Ito Siiiiiirtwsctl Tor or Mull. tho Iteiu-nTbo ngreeablo suggestion of Dr. J. II. Girdner of New York that the "plnguo of eity noises" bo removed through tho otYorH of a boeioty for tho prevention of noises should bo broadened in its scojie. Science has so annihilated tho former obstacles of diutnnco thnt not only tho noi?es of n city, but all cities and towns, too, should bo included in this fainnting orusado. Moreover, tho local societies should bo complemented by national bodies, nnd those in turn by tin international association, and thus tho germ, ns Dr. Girduor's idea becomes, would expand in tho last instance into a magnificent attack on nil noiso wher- ever it exists on tlio face of tho earth. It does not require much of nn imngi-nation to foresco that iu tho courso of timo noises within tbo earth, such as earthquakes, and above tho earth, such as thunder, would bo included nmong tho candidates for suppression. Iu fact, siuco Dr. Girduer's eutiro plau is based on tho effect of noise on tho nerves it is apparent that thunder, tho loudest noiso of all, disturbs more nerves aud disturbs each nerve more iu a miuuto thnn all tho other noises iu a day. Chicago Tribune. t 1 J. a W. A. Trlbble, SUaford; M. U. Klmore, Stanford; T. I". Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky Mocker, Prcttdrut; J do. J. McKoberti, dihli-r- j A. A. McKinney. Aut.Casniar Farmers Bank&Trnst OK STANKOKD, KY., Iiaowfullj'argauiied aud ready lor butmeii wilt Co and nre helping to mnlntnlu It. It means destruction to American they surely cannot if the prices of manufactured goods nre to be advanced by a higher tnrilT. A continuance of the gold standard means nnd It can mean nothing else yet lower prices; yet more suffering. Wnll street represents Knglund. itnnks everywhere nre under the dictation of Wall street. They have assisted to establish the ruinous policy Industry. Hut the people, nre beginning to see how they have Wen robbed I Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000 nnd fooled and crushed. The day of 20,000 dellvernnce is near at hand. e, A Firm Muntt for Stiver. The popular colored cartoon paper, which has heretofore been Now elating up) with the tamt ataett and uod neutral politically, in its present issuo the tame management. are a By provitiont of itt chatter, depotitor announces to the world its purpose to fully protected aa aio depoaitora in Natlona llanki, it tharcholdera being held individuals hereafter give its pages heartily to tho liaoleto the extent of the amount of their ttock cause of Hrynn nnd bimetallism. This theroin at the par value thereol, in addition tn thi amount invctted in tuch tharot. It may actai Indorsement of the silver party Is of is catcutor. admimttrator, truttec, Ac, at fully ar much lniortnnce, since an individual, s a periodical, nbly edited, nnd To thote who cntrutted their buitinctt to u. has n circulation of over 100,000, exwhile mnaginK the Lincoln National Hank 31 Stanford, we we hero tender our many thank an tending to nil parts of the country. trutt they will continue to traniact their bunnwl Helng conducted nnd edited by western with ui, olfering at a guarantee for prompt attta-tioto tame, our twenty yeara' eipcrionce i energy and brains it will no doubt banking and a liberal accommodation! at are co prove n worthy competitor of the easttlttent with tound banking. ern goldbug cartoon papers, its present DtHXCTOKi: circulation being greater thnn that of J J. William, ML Vernon; any other cartoon paper in the United S. M. Shanki.btanfoid; Stntes. In tho cause of American J.S. Owtlcy, Stanlord; flnnncinl Independence nnd the election Koibry, Stanford; S.J. of Bryan it will certainly prove a powJ. H. Owtlcy, Stanford; er nnd n to winner. J. K Catb, Stanford; SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONA.1 HANK OK STANrOKU, tc THIS TIME IN GEORGIA. ' Williair.GoochSlanlord ; A. W.;Carpentcr, MUlcdgevire, W.'H.lCumimna.'.rreachort i tl S, H ;Shnkt, President, Dr.'J.'B. OwiIe7,.Caihier, W M. Bright, Taller. Still Another Inventor Who Ha n I'ljinc; .Machine. s Tho flying niachiuo man was in tho other tlay. Ho is O. W. Hicks of Melrose, Gu., and bis machine, is o "patent applied for." Mr. Hicks' is n wonderful invention if it will do all thnt he claims for it. He says that he has tho model concealed iu his homo and will not let any ono seo it until ho shall havo received his letters paMit. Mr. Hicks says that ho will lly to Washington after a few weeks. He claims that his flying machine will do away with bicycles. Tho inventorelainis thutJie can manufacture the maohiuo cheaper thau a biHourko Cockrnn once nssertcd that cycle can be made. Tho machine has two largo wings "tho farmers of tho west work their jaws inoro than their farms." Now ho and a hugo tail. It is to bo operated by invades the west and will try to work pedals, and only ono person can fly' w:li it. Atlauta Constitution. the farmers. Tor-feet Wny-cros- high-clas- ma-chiu- "I tried to get the council to adopt a resolution favoring prohibition," said E. L. Bond of Montreal nt tho Windsor hotel, referring to tbo recent council nt Winnipeg of tho Canadian Church of Euglaud. "I was ono of tho Iny delegates," continued Mr. Bond, "my father being bishop of Montreal. But tho prohibition motion was mado too late Iu tlio session. Tho council appointed a committee, howovor, which will report uext year. Yon understand that tho question of absolutely prohibiting tho sale, uso or possession of liquor or nlco-ho- l for nnything except mechanical, medicinal or scientiflo purposes has bo- como a very vital and urgent matter in Canada. Years ago tho Canndian" well, they weren't afraid of whisky. But a great change has been brought about. Premier Lnurier said tho other day: 'Not many years ago, if I wished to mako a successful canvass, I was obliged absolutely to saturate my lieutenants and supporters with strong drink. But in tho last campaign, although I spoko in n score of cities and towns, I saw only two assemblies where men were noticeably intoxicated.' Tho premier is right. There is a groat army of prohibitionists in tho Dominion jtiBt now. Why, when tho Liberals were making their recent canvass, they had to insert in their platform a plank binding them, if successful, to secure a plebiscite from the entire country on tho question of prohibitory legislation. If that plebiscite favored prohibition, tho Liberals' plank bound them to exert their whole power in passing aud executing appropriate measures. Now tho Liberals ns every ono knows, went into big working majority three olllcowith mouths ugo, nnd a short timo since I was ono of n committee to wait on Mr. Lauricr aud his associates and remind them of thoir promise. Then it was that tho premier made tho remark I just quoted. Ho promised thnt ho would cause tlio plebibcitoto lie taken within a year. Wo never havo attempted such n thing before, and how it will bo taken, whether on tho Dominion or tho provincial voting lists, is not yet settled. "Oar prohibitory schemo is more thoroughgoing than anything ever attempted in tho United States. Not, of course, that wo havo not learned much from your exporieneo with this dilllcult legislation. Tho trouble in tho United States has been that, owing to tho necessary freedom of interstate commerce, it was possiblo to tako any amount of liquor into n prohibition stnto. Yon were forbidden to eell it. But you could step across tho lino and bring back all you wanted for yonr own uso. And, besides, tho drnggists could sell nny amount for medicinal purposes. Wo havo had similar laws in certain provinces, nnd thofco lnws wero as ineffectual as yours hnvo boon. So our present plan is to havo alcohol or liquor supplied through government agencies for medicinal, scientiflo or mechanical purposes and to absolutely prohibit tho importation or possession of liquor or alcohol for other purposes. It will bo much easier to prevent such importation at onr boundary lino, guarded by tho customs odcers, thau it has been for you to keep liquor from passing tho unguarded lines of your various states. Tlio French population of tho Dominion is rnthcr avorso to prohibition. On tho other hand, tho French are naturally so prudent, tempcrnto nnd rational in their uso of liquor that they won't miss whisky if it disappears. An informal plebiscite taken lntoly iu sover-alo- f our leading provinces demonstrated a ruling sentiment in favor of this proposed prohibition. "Tho general council wns holding its second annual session nt Winnipeg. Eighteen dioceses were ropresonted by bishops, minor clergy aud lnynien, and tho total attendance was about 00 members. Up to four years ngo there wore two groups of dioceses of the Church of England in Canada. Ono was in tho older provinces; tho other had its chief iu tho bishop of Princo Rupert's Laud, who resides ut Winnipeg. But nil dioceses were then consolidated into n general council, which, while formally independent of tho church iu tho old country, will yet keop closoly in touch with When tho the English establishment. Canadinn consolidation was effected, it was decided, rnthor to my disappointment, to follow tho ancient pattern by naming nrchbishops as well as a priof Princo mate. So Land is now in addition tho primate of all Cannda. "There was an American delegation present nt Winnipeg to present friendly greetings from tho Protestant Episcopal church. Tho dolegatos wore received with tho greatest hospitality and warmth. Ono of our important subjects fordisoussionwastho propriety of formally forbidding a clergyman of our church to solemnize tho marriage of a divorced person. Tho decision reached was that tho matter bo referred to a committee of English bishops, which is permauently organized for similar We shall act next year on St. tho bishops' recommendations." Paul Pioneer Press. 11 Ru-port- 's With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed and Stubble. THE GfBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, And the like, and you should see my stock andgct my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Kver. WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, j8. K. WEAR EN. . B Q 5 o t,J 3 3 : 3 --O n O 5 g 5.S O O f- - KaaaaaaajaaaaBaBBu i i -- I . .1 2 . O : r? r. z -- 3 tr O a & in , )' p 0 C 0 3 8 &.;, 1 fj. 2 E g g rr n w O y- -t 5 R rjjJ tn I s S" 9 A Q 2 8 5 O c O g 3 ? x 3 0-- E Q..8 - rl cn 3 I w r- p S q 7s n p u - r I. c O c r E EL C 3 O i tn - .WE WILL. bODilDuB UUF bS16 Of Goods at cot hum"! t e ENTIRE STOCK Is dipcse-- l ol. W. H. WEAREN Si CO. FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, yueensware and Tinware. Big Line of Farming Implements ol all kinds. ILmnsome line of Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gent;.' Furnishing Goods Hats and Cap.s Prices to Suit The Times. THE Thoroighbred Duroc-Jerse- y HL.UK-GUAS- S HERD OK AXXaAJ XJTff G XXSJX, My Breeder were telrctcd Irom tnp brt herd of sine In several different Males. A splendid lot ot pig of different ages for sale. Bred sows a Satisfaction guaranteed. L'oircspondence solicited. Address o' tbi famous breed MljjHk&IH R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard. Ky This Is tho best market nnd ours Is tbo best liouso to ship to. Wo malco liberal advances on consignments. Besides wo hnvo better facilities than other houses In having many inrgo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot cash ; uot Iu trade. No traveling agents. Snip all your wool and farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Queen &Qrescent ROUTE mm the: An Eating House of l'upvr. An eating houso mado of paper has been erected in tho port of Hamburg. Its walls are composed of ti double layer of paper stretched on frames and impregnated with n Jlro nnd water proof solution. A thin wooden partition affords further nrotection acainst tho in clemency of the weather. Tho roofs nnd walls are fastened together by menus of bolts and hinges, so that tho entire structure may bo rapidly taken to pieces and put up again. of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icthrough trains. Diy Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriman, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Slacon, . r and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping cars to ivnoxviue, 1101 opnugs aud Ashevillc; aud frpm Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtnroc w rnrougn 1 ourisi oieepers to lyos nngeies uuu and Shreveport. C" Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico auu t.aiiiornia, San aa New Orleans or via Shreveport. ffc e ... - I 1 w rree with everj' accotumouaiton 10 patrons. to Cinciuuati. Cafe, Tarlor aud Lexington tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. ChaB.W.Zell, W. C. Rlnearson Q. ..!.. ClneituKit. 0. XHe. rastr Agt., Cincinnati. 0 ...... f ,. Obsen-a- .fcin IPji.1 UTyyts--Caru 'x.iS7? s - V: i&Z&. 7?'z -- CSSJESi? f.ii KftfJrS -- mizy-rr-f- f k"?. 11 1. I. KfFMI-WEr- to'E W .Mrm BOWSER ON A BIKE. HE TAKES TO CYCLING TO STRENGTHEN HIS CHEST. ACCLIMATING A COWS SOUTH. .l.-r- NEW PAETS PALACES. BUILDINGS CRIMSON CLOVER BALLS. When l'nlly lllpe, AN ELECTION NOTICE. Notice ii given that an election will be he!d on :( . f jure Allium!' Motiinch. Tho United States agricultural department has issued a circular on tho A Double Wnbblo llrcomc 111 rortlon E. C. Walton, Business Manager. subject of tho injury dried, hard, crim11ml Ho ImnKlnci That Some Olio lilt Hlra Archltfctunil 'MiirirN to Cnrl Tlioiiviml son clover hairs or barbs cause in tho With r Homo The 1'Ino Itnlinn Hand of of rrntic DcVKttrtt by I sinnu. Trench stomachs 01 animals, particularly Mrr. l'lnlnly Vtrlblo Agnln. ArtMs The IV.illdln to Ho IVrinanuiit horses, to which they aro fe'd. Theo Iiogs-T-i After the UIr lttr I e)er. dry crimson clover balls soinetimps mat "ilrs. Bowser," sniel ho tho other together into a tough porcupiuolikomasd day with great dignity, "do yon know feaA most important anh'tectural Hustonvi'.io. Ky., that I must do something for myself or ture of the n:ivcrRl exposition to bn which makes trouble tho larger it Detiret to announce ti her old cuitomers and dio within a year? Plowing and mowgrows. Hordes anil ceiws nave Deeii hold in Pari i'i 1000 will lie tbo two killed from this cause. Circular No. 8 friends that her Dres Makin? Pvlori are now ing aro all right, but they don't seem open (or viitor, nod invitps any detirt ig her ier new palaces tei be cm ted in Ik' Champs of the agricultural department is tho vices to call early and secure dates. to give, mo otreugth." a letter of inquiry: Elysces. Plan for loth buildings havo ' one which giveH tho information in re-- I "Koiisensol You aro a strong and "Urplyiiir: to tho inquiries you pro- now been epkvtert, aud the veirk will gard to the trouble ami it prevention. healthy man." 1 so by deOur readers ran obtain it by writing to presently lie under vny. may seem to be; but, nlas, I am pound. wculd pnfer "I tailing my experieuco in arcllmntiug i Pint tf it is quoted be-The :i w:.s made d liN rately by Washington. not. I havo no moro mnsclo than n baby, and 1 can't walk a littlo without cattle in l:;.i3 Lrouht in from 1101th competition. Th. ;. has, en' o.ire, been low : of the fov r line. My first importtit It is only in tho fully mature', overfeeling faint." I am ttill !?cDt for Falls Rrauch Coal and Kill eonio diponssioiiot tb Jury's award, but ripe plant that tho hairs brromu as MilT keep n supply of all kinds of Coal. so you get such ' ' Aiid yon want somo more Indian was I think, in the fall of the ye .r as you want at tho lowest poslblo prices for Cash. 1S83. It eoiKstod of abcut 15 head f tho character of th jurors has boon nud well barbed as thoM' found in tho clubs or unothor punching bag?" Office, M'll St. and Railrual Critsin:. opposite enough to icproM any expression of real Roller Mills. J. H HlGGIKS "No, ma'am, I don't Tho doctor has females ai.d I he gruud young bull Kirg discontent. Well it tm,;ut, with Mich balls, and ov'n then the stiff hairs are S'anltrd, Kv. Bijou 20755, A. J. C. C., the la- -t 37 coullned prii ripally to the stalks of the recommended a different Fort of exermen for juror? as Ed Detaillcand Puvis flower heads and tho calyxes eif tho pep. .Mr. Kane, our neighbor, will bought of M. Krkino Miller, Staunton. cise bring his bicyclo hero this evening, and Va. I gave these cattlo newly made do Chavauiips, presidents respectively arate (lowers. In plants which aro in French Artists aud ilower or which have not yet flowureel I intend to tako it out on tho road and barns and ntw, well shaded paMuus of the that had not been used by native cattlo. tho National Snen ty of M. the hairs are soft and flexible. learn to ride." During the'r period of acclimation 1 Henry Boucher, minister of comtnerco ; If overripe crimson clover is fed to DEALER IN "You on a bicyclo I" sho gasped. used disinfectants about my barns, M. A. Picard, commi'-sioiiegeneral, horses tho bristly hairs will accumu-"Why not? Why shouldn't I rido a stalls, etc. ("ime aud carbolic noid), and M. bicycle as well as any ono else? You Haujun, director of lino lato in the stomach or intestines in GROOERIES, HARDWARE, adopted all nther sanitary measures that and for Henri spherical balls which aro increaseel in aro opposed to it, of course, but I'm gothe exposition. arts I could conceive of to insure their passSixty plans wore submitted for the size by repeattd additions of the samo TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ing to follow tho doctor's advice. If I ing through tho period of acclimation can lengthen my lifo by 20 years, it's safely. They were fed in tho cold season grand palace, which is to bo tho most matter to their surfaces, the whole massmy duty to do so. Thero comes Kane. monument of tho tending to become more) compact lxGLASSWARE, &c. bran, oats aud well cnrd corn fodder. imposing architectural sum than 45,000 causo moht of tho hairs, upwardly It will not bo necessary for you to come In the wurui season bran aud abundant expedition. No less a barbed, aro constantly pushing towarel and help us." pasturage. They also had during the francs was otTered. Tho judges begun tho router, base foremost When a ball the plans Mrs. Bowser realized that arguments uholo time an abundance of pure, fr h by eliminating about Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. wero useless, nnd sho had nothing moro well water. None of theso cattle had offered. About 30 roinainetl, aud this has re'Mchoel a sufficient sl?e whether or rovoral weeks wo to say. Tho two men led tho biko the fever and were all safely acclimated. number was without difficulty again out after a few days knowing it acts as a have no menus of down tho road, and Air. Bowser rubbed Inference: untler like conditions I would in two, leaving 15. This remnant, rep Be Sure to Give Hiin a Call. in tho intestines interfering with V his hands and smiled and said: resenting much and varied talent, was plugvital funetions, . expect the same results many other cae. and filially, after n the tiw. iBBuio.i "By George, but I know it's going I am now acclimating 10 head brought intense suffering, the lioroo ... the following para- to mako a new man of me I'll buy ono hero from tho north about the 1st of ,lntl 1M.rIclItli 0f 110011 tomorrow, and wo'll tako before December last. I am using the mnmm graph t improbable that Fir-ia ten mile spin, eh?" premium, 15,000 fraucs, M. difficulty. It is wholly system with them, giving them "You can hardly expect to learn to tine barns aud pasture grounds not Leiuvet; second premium, 12,000 fnmcd, a ball, unless of enormous sue, remainnew ing in the stomach aud not tHissuig into rido this evening," said tho neighbor. by native cattle. They MM. IXciane and Binet; third premithe intestine would uriously affect the "Why not? Say, Kano, I'll be circling heretofore in ue um, $:,o00 francs, M. Thomas; fourth are healthy to date. The exnirreiu'o of health of a lior around thus houso iusidoof ten minutes. "My second importation of Jersey premium, 0,000 francs, M. Giraull; fifth- hair balls in tho stomach or intestine of When I know that it's lifo or death M. Tropoywere placed in barns and pastun s premium, 4,000 francs, horseve, and more commonly of cattle or WILL CURE with me, I'm bound not to loso a sec- cattle with those I had already acclimateel. Batlly. shevp, is well known to veterinarian.. ond. I s'poso I want to peel right down In n brief time they had Texas fever M. Louvct's plans aro considered a Usually sti'-l- i balls are conijK)ed eif Scrofula, Salt Rheum, to shirt and trousers? All right. Fetch among them. The triumph of interior tlrt cae, a pro- - real artistic imagination ofarrangement hairs taken uitt tho stomach little by Sores, Boils, Pustules, the highest ' 'er up here. Makes mo hungry just hav- traded erne, died. During the time and are licking when tho Eczema, Tetter, ing tho biko about tho place. Now, was sick sho would neither eat nor order. Tho principal facade, which is little coats. The-- o animals Uvomo matfinally onco dispexsotl their herewith, then, and all diseases of the blood and it?" tho first thing is to mount, isn't drink to amount to anything. Actually ' reproduced the artist's at ted into spin r;ral concretionx, eiften favor. she seemed to starve to death, and 1 re- - tho jury in DST Makes You Well. iirt divided alimentary to modify rouipoeul in finely also of phosplmtie The artist has endeavored "Yes. Yon tako hold of tho handles tolved that iu all cases I might have of tho salts e or other so and yon mako a spring into the afterward I would give the animal by as littlo us possible Ike aspe-cdysIndigestion, constipation and refu-occupying tho minute spaces 6addle so and away you go. Think drenching something to nourish and Champs Elyeces. The new avioiuo leadpepsia, kidney and liver disease you the hairs. In the center of the Elysees the In- can do it?' ' sustain it. To this end immediately aft- ing from the Champsni'glcctcel. to yield to its curative powers and Tho pal- - ball is frequently found a nail or semio not been "Of courso I can. Tho old gal is op- er the next oi.e teok sick and quit eat- valides has other hard object around which the first when cured it posed to my learning how to rido, ing I had her given 0110 quart of fresh ace is to be surrounded with trees and hairs hail wrapped themselves when the VST Keeps You Well. which will have the appenr-micbut" sweet milk jubt taken from a healthy gardens, formation of the ball was be'gtiu. of count cting naturally with tho Mr. Bowser seized tho handles and cow, and this was related morning, Hair balls made up of plant hairs Sold in Lincoln county by existing trees and shrubbery in tho fa- - have sprang for tho saddlo. When ho recov noon and night, increasing tho quanti also Ufii obwrved, consisting of ered consciousness, ho was on tho broad ty if tho cow seemed to crave it and mous promenade. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. so called "lie'ards" or awns of twits, palace itselt. itcontains two the As to the of his back in tho dust, and Mr. Kano finally giving her all she would drink. " barley or other grain. In all the recordPenny's Drug Store, was fanning him with an old wash- I legaii the milk as a drench. In a monumental staircases and an immense ed ciim'.s the plant hairs are barbcel as " & Hocker, Craig hall. On tho first lloor are tho in crimson clover, and it is doubt s board which ho had found in tho grass. short time she would drink it from the entrance W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. "Has anything happened?" asked Mr. bucket. Tho cow improved promptly salons reserved for the exhibition of true that only a plant with barbed hairs F. B. Twidwell, Bowser as ho looked around. and steadily on this, soon took other paintings. An enormous halou is set can causo trouble of this kind, unless "Nothing in particular. You were food and was all right. I kept her about asido for snilpture, and plenty of spaco the hairs are very long aud flexible and Hammond, Hubble. J. A. tired and lay down to rest" my barn for two or throe weeks, watched has been reserved for smaller exhibition can hold themselves together by wrapTanner Bros , McKinney. "Yes I know I see. I supposo you aud cared for her, then returned her to rooms, a great cafe, restaurant, etc, ping around each other. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Tho rooms on the ground floor will used to do that way. Seen anything of my pasturo an aclimated cow. This is To explain the conditioim under which Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. Mrs. Bowser?" but an epitomo of my management of havo abundant light. Those on tho first- the feeding of crimson clover proved so M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. "No." the balance of that importation all of floor will bo lighted fioni above, except- disastrous in certain parts of Delaware "Then trot up tho health restorer them had the diseaso and recoveretl ing the salon of honor, which has im- - iu lb05 it is to bo noted thai crimson Yours for Health, again. I'll put a little moro spring into This has been tho history of the disease mense bay windows and balconies. clover when intended for hay is cut James T. Cooke, This palacu is to bo a jiennaunnt about the middle eif May If intended my legs this time." bo far as I havo dealt with it in all my Harrodsburg, Ky. Mr. Kano held tho biko this timo and after importations when they havo had building and will bo utilized for tho for a crop of scevl the clover is left stand horse show. A track can easily bo ing about threo weeks Iemger. After helped Mr. Bowser to mount Ho also the fever, aud nearly all havo had it. I suggested that ho walk alougsido tho havo only lost to date one Jersey animal laid 011 tin ground floor, and arrangecutting, the clover is either left one or unments havo in thi'cock and then thrashed two i machino until tho novico had : got his by climatic fever, and that was the first derground. beeu maelo for stabling nerve, but Mr. Bowser replied caso I ever dealt with. Of cour.o tho directly from the field or Is Mucked unM. Charles Giranlt, by unanimous "When wo get around to that window, effect of the sweet milk was a mystery til a more couveonent tune ftir thrashyon givo mo a shovo down tho slopo to me. I gavo it as nourishment to n vote of the jury, secured first prizo for ing, often a month or longer. The inBr a workman of the lessor palace 5, 000 francs and also ere .Mug demand for crimson clover hod and let go. I seo how sho works, and I'll sick animal, and it lecovered; have consurprise you. After I'vo mado about tinned it and all others have recovered. fourth prize for tho grand palace 4,000 Ulmwl m m)USUUHy jnrRV nuinbPr f 14 YEARS threo circuits you can call Mrs. Bowser I have not Mt like heralding this as a francs. M. Giranlt is. 1G .years of ngo anuft), , mKi t() mV, for 1 he Palace of fcW(l up and I'll show her a scorch. Thoy euro for tho fever It may yet need and a native of I osu.-of , (;,M.quoiitly a Frost-ProOdorless Water Closets, Hygii ne.on the Esplanade dee Invalided, larger amount than usual was left to call it 'Bcorching' when you boat greased moro extended trial. One swallow lightning, don't they?" Water Pipes, i'or not mako a summer, and the experieuco und the pavilion of the chamber e.f com- mature its seed, i.nd many furnurs had merce, on the banks of the Some, two a short crap of cluve-- hay, upon which "Yes, I believo they do. Now, then, of others may bo different from mine-celain L'ath Tubs I'm going to let go." Possibly extraneous circumstances and notable features of tho exposition of they runtomarily tlejiend at that season. A specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO "Let 'ergo' rah whoop" the extraorefinary care and attention lSbi), were his. He is now building tho After the middle eif May they were NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out When Mr. Bowser woko up this timo given my cattlo during the whole period monument which Mnie. Pasteur, widow forced to fodder their stock on ovorrijio ol the State. Ak your Danvl he was in his bed, whilo Mrs. Bowser sat of acclimation, as nlready outlined, of the illustrious savant has dedicated clover, and after the clover seed harvest friends about my work. holding his hand and trying to look may account in a great measure for my to her husband's memory at the Pasteur many of them feel their heres from the institnto 111 tho Huo Dutot, whuro M. stuck or, worse yet, on the straw and refgood fortuuo with them in this disT. F. CLARKE. very sympathetic. Pastour's body is eventually to be in- use of the thrashing machine. Most of heaven, is it?" ho ease." "This this isn't Clemen? Hoise Bul'd ng, Dinvi'le, Ky " whispered, us ho looked around. tho sweet milk toned. Exchange. the deaths occurred in tho hitter half of In connection with "Oh, no, dear, " replied Mrs. Bowser, tho gentleman gavo his Jerseys with July.nt atmie, therefore, whe'ii the horses INJURED BY X RAYS. as she smoothed back his hair. "You Texas fever the following: First a doso kept ou this impropci diet had Scientific American aro still on earth. How do yon feel?" s to of physic Agency for 4 pounds I.niry, tho Glnn IVeter, si'rlouly Hurt hy from six to ten weeks. A correspondent "Who hit mo with a houso?" in Delaware has recently expressed his of eprom salts. Givo this whether tho tho KxpcrliiH'iitn. "No one. You wero learning to rido animal is constipated or not. Follow based 011 an cxticrioiico eif rioverul Iu a lodging houso at Oakland, Cal., years in a bike to lengthou out your days, you this right along with tho sweet milk, crimson clover, that almost broken in palo know. ' ' dampening the hay with water several which should bo fresh nud warm from weak and Willieand Leary, a young man lies "And what what" hours before feeding entirely prevents a healthy cow, one quart morning, noon spirit, got what I believo they call a and night, increasing if the cow wants who has amused the public by eating tho formation of hair balls. "You Lm CAVEATS. aHa I n J glass tumblers und lamp chimneys, nud TRADE MARKS. Though crimson clover has long been doublo wabble, followed by a header. it, und use as n drench if required. ho is strong in tho belief that all of his DESIGN PATENTS, in use in Europe as a forago plant, nothMr. Kane got a neighbor to help bring COPVRIQHT8. etc troubles aro duo to efforts to view his ing ajipe'ars to have been published thero I.I10 Stock l'olntn. you down hero. Tho doctor has been Tor Information and f rco Handbook wrlto to MUNN & CO., S61 Broad WAV, NSW YOBJT. Farmers will do well to pay moro interior anatomy by means of tho X ray. regarding its liability to ftirin hair balls, here nudgono. Ho said your neck wasn't OUIcst bureau for securing patents In America. After several experiments at glass eatEvery patent taken out by us U brought beforo broken, but it would probably bo four attention to tho production of choico ing physicians put him on a tablo with and nothing therefore regarding treatthm public, by a notice siren freo of cnargo In tho mutton. What is wanted is an animal ment of case's. When the balls have once wcekB beforo you got outdoors again. the cathodo ray apparatus strapped to developed to such a sizo that they canDo you feel thut your appotito has im- whoso meat is tender and ono that will mature quickly, at tho samo time lay- his back. When tho current was turned not pass through tho intestines, no pracproved?" Larjrejt circulation of any ttelentlflo paper In tho ou, he received a severe shock and had tical remedy cau be suggested. But tho world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent Mr. Bowser closed his eyes and ing on flesh. Tho mutton market is man should be without It. Weekly. P.I.OO a growing constantly and willcontinuo to his baok burned badly. This has develprevention of tho difficulty is in most yean $1.5(1 ilx months. Addre, MUNN & CU - groaned. oped into a malignant sore, which cov- cases easy. Tho hairs of crimson clover Vubluiueks, 301 Uroadway, New York City. "Tho doctor said if yon would only grow tho better tho meat is. his back. 1Kb do not become stiff until tho plant has Before a mutton lamb is weaned it ers a largo portion of stick to it you would surely livo to bo should bo mado accustomed to eating nerves were so shattered that he cannot passed tho flowering stage nud begun to 100 years old." glass until greatly improved. Mr. Bowser opened hlB eyes and eat bran and a littlo oilmcal. After wean- cat"Thoy told mo they would not hurt ripen. It should bo ntiulo n nilo, therefore, up, and, after glaring around him for ing, it should be fed liberally on oats, mo, "ho said, "so I let them put on tho novcr to feed crimson clover after the second crop clover or rapo and whito half a minute, ho shouted: ray. It knocked mo down and "Woman, I understand! It is another turnips. Lambs intended for slaughter cathodo my back horribly. It was over crophasceascd flowering, and especially Bhould havo a little grain every day burned never to follow tho pernicious practice attempt to assassinnto mo! Lot tho lawtwo weoks ago, but it burns awful- of feeding stock with tho straw of crimyers como tho first thing in tho morning even when on pasturo. sleep ut night It son clover raised and thrashed as a seed Lambs that aro fed on grain along ly yet, and I can't and draw up tho necessary papers, and tho muscles, too, so with green food mako much moro rapid caught mo insay I will not bo well that crop. By guarding against improper by ovcniug all cau bo settled. " for tho doctors "There there, dear, don't talk too gains thau those that got green food fivo or six years. If that is ho, I will methods of feeding there is" no reason why crimson ciiAi should not continue much," sho said as sho forced him back j alono. dio, for I can't titaud it." Sim Franto maintain its well merited reputation ou tho pillow. "I will hold your hand At a lato auction salo of yearling cisco Call. and increase iu use as a fulhigo plant and hum to you, and do try and go to thoroughbreds at Sheepshead Bay raco and green manure. sleep. CIoso your eyes, now, and forgot ' track, Now York, 10 colts and fillies .Miirrl:Ko at it I'linnnil. Lit, about tho doublo wabble, which has brought prices ranging from 1,800 to all At Buffalo Valley, W. Vu., tho other I. He Stock 1'olntn. douo so much to strengthen your chest $50. Tho highest prico, $1,!500, was day occurred tho funeral of Mrs. Marion It pays to feed oilmcal to sheep WtH.J'.Uollirltiu: Ktliltrtllltt t&92 fW paid for a bay colt by imp. Muscovy, Nowman. Immediately after the cereThere is no butter till round balmier el SACRED SONGS. M. Quad. dam Fedora II. The highest prico paid mony Mr. Newman aud Miss Meliudu for a filly wus 300, siro imp. St. Blaise, Daniels, a cousin of Newman's dead ration for hogs than milk. IkH'1 ici ant u A brood iv Ghoiild havo leed befeiro dam Georgette. Why .She Itciualnvd. wife, stepped forward, handed a licenso Devotional and Revival Meetings, "I uotico your wifo didn't go to tho Out. 1 is tho dato when western sheep to tho minister and rcqunsted to be mar- farrowing of bum mash, turnips und Singing Schools and Day Schools, other roots, with milk, slop, etc., only breeders dolivor over their herds to tho ried. The marriage ceremony was lakes this summer." Sunday Schools & Young People's very linlo corn being given. Com is feeders who aro to prepare thorn for "No, I couldn't afford much to tiie astouibhmcut of Societies, with Rudiments. too heating. .' per dot. "That is what I told my wifo, but yon market. Whon contracts between tho tho mourners of th" elead woman. Minnie cuff by roml 3"c I1.J4 freight ben all enter, u mall laji a hundred by may remember that sho went just tho two parties aro made, tho 'agreement Nothing is better for lambs in winter William J. Holtzclaw. very wisoly calls for dippiug torero deWood For Lniicm. same. " aud early spiing than somo green rye, "I didn't tell my wifo. I got a hotol livery. 'Ilns is indispensable if our It can It is proposed to substitute bamboo aud now is tho time to sow Who can think typewriter girl to address an cnvelopo groat sheep herders ui.el ft edots would for asli wooel for tho l.mcos of Eng'ish bo nibbled off iu spring fooii enough for AAantpri-- fln Iripa of some simple to mo in a nico femiuiuo hand and then keep shi p und tick9 from their ravalry regiments, as tho ash used is its icots to bo plowed under und u crop smug lu paieuw Ideajii they may bring you wealth. s Protect your WBDDEKIslIHN Utxks. j .l v. ill loso thoufcauds of ' dropped it out of my pocket at homo." laid to bo brittlo und uot to bo trusted of Fomethiug olso sown upon tho samo CO.. Patent Attor. Write JOHN for tholr in a slug t dock. Oinoinnati Euaaircs. ground. cert, Washington. D. C, larentlons I.8U0 prlxo offer In actual warfare. wauled. snd list of two hundred FOR THE UNIVERSAL POSITION OF 1900. EX- Stanford, K, - Oct. 13, 1S96 How-to- r Miss Bottio V. 1 Team IlrrciW Who Imported y Into in. Mute. A gentleman living in Hurrifon county, Tex., h:is Fccccwled in importing Jersey cows into the Mate andhasnrtd them thrive ai.d veil. How he 1 opt some of t!iP!n fr. m having any acclimatization ipvirti. all luMlptailo in a letter published 111 Tie Breeder's Gazette. How ho cure 1 01 hers that did take the fever ho relates in the same letter. It U of much importance to perrons who would like tc have Jcr ey cows in the far south. Tho T:atn says in answer to Iry i mid Stiff, They In- Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 1896, November Elrctlon, in Lincoln KT. lor the purpoie exulting the temo tnil ciuallflrd voter of tala county on tlieprtpoiitlmi wither omet to luv Kree Turn, lukti ami Gravel ltotdi in laid county ol Lincoln. Said election will bo held In purnuancnot au order ot thejmlKe ol the Lincoln County Court, made asd euttrodat the Atgiut term ol taid court, iVf which order it in wordi and fijurei, at follow, Hog .lar 1 errn Lincoln Couuly Court, held Aug o, i8yf, Hon. Geo. M. Daviioo, Judce Trending. In the mallei ol J M Cook and otheri.vot ri ol Lincoln county, Ky.. lor a voir in laid county upon the prrltion to hivi Free Turnpikei alid Gravel Koadt In will county. On motion ol tho applicant count! herein, tho application ol ) M e"i.k and othcri, totcri cf Lincoln county, Ky , heretofore directed to, and received by tl o County J udgo of the Lincoln Co t'ourt, mi tut milled lo the judge of laid court at the US' lar Auguit term Iheieul aid en the nth day ol Aiiituit, ivS and it appearing lo the tat IjliIoii of thi judKC ol laid court that a written application atkin for n voln upon the proposition n to hate Krre Turnpikei nud Gravel Kradi n f)n tho county. Ky , wa heretofore, 6"h dav ol Auguit, 1896, presented lo and receiv edby tald judKp and that Kid written application waa ngned by a number ol vctrrt of laid Co el I Inco n equal m ts per cent ef the vote cast at lh laitprececding e rction held in laid c uut, which waia gereral and regular election and the petitlrne tl making laid ppllcatlon having paid into court a n Hi lent amount ol monev lo pay for the ordiri. printing, adverting' and all other tprn connrcied with the election pray i!cV i" " "'" ,h'I0fe ordered that an election l. held In Lincoln county, Kentucky, at the next regular election therein on the 3rd day of November i9 more than f daii intervening between the entering of thu order and the day otiaid reg. ular election, to tain the in.e cf the qualified v . trra ol laid county upon the proposition to have t ree Tienpikra and t. ravel lloada in the laid Co. of Lincoln, and Ihorrai b Nrwland, the sherin oftaldcouniyofl.iuculn.il hereby directed to open poll at acu and all of the voting preclncti in laid county of Lincoln at the tlmx heretofore designated, for the purpose ol liking tha imw of the iiuallncd vo en ef the county ol Lincoln on 1 . U NEWLANI). inoptooinionaloriiaid. of the Irgil tr Atthemtulr county, .1 ! COAL I tli-mj- : . lce-t- j 11 if ' Lin-coi- t. J. 22. VaiiArsdale, ! Tn-cArt- ' ere-eita- ry r 1 j , one-ha- lf ' K 1. C Cooke's I ",1,1,? ! loof "Big Four" New Line Iff ill Sarsaparilla twien Cincinnati, ' Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, j Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 2.. T1IK SCIIKDl'LK. y MP. 111. oo a ro. Cincinnati . 3S5Arr. Toledo, ) Ji p. in. a. ra. p. rrt. Arr Detroit . . $ 1 hrnugh coache and partor can on day mini Through cewchf i, Wagner bleeping Carl Clncio. natt lo I'otHo and Oncinnali to IleliMI on night I.ve. . n-- he t tratni ' e No icrvlce bei een Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit ii AS GOOD AS OUH NKWOKK LINK, AS f.OOl) AS OUH t IIICAGO LINK, AS t.OOD ASOLK ST. LOUIS LIM. lluy jour llckclt tl roush via "llig Four " lor lull itifnimaiKn caii en agrr.tt or tddriii D II MAK1IN. K.e MceOKMACK, l.co I'an A Tit. Agt. IrifrMcr I'i Ky. Midland By, Cincinnati nnd I?rnnIcfort and between Prnukfort, Ooorgotown and rnrla, Ourllulo, Muyuvlllo, Oynthluun, Falmouth and Covington. Mk lor ticket! via Kentucky Midland. Traint run by Central Standard Timo. Time Tablw April 19, iB6. a m Only Dnect L.11.C llelween h'-- Shorten .juiciest ' j ' j HA1NS KAST. '..va Frank lort No 1. No ! 4 4 3. No. 7 an-uu- Stamping e round 7 1? II... 7 45 tfcergetewn ; jj Arr. C. S. Depot " " " Klktorn ' 1'tni A 6j ycj 41J jew J JJ 4. oj J7 JJ p. m. 1 00 1 to at J 9 1 4 C 8w 9 Superior Plumbing IKAINSWKST v wee-k- s - EXPERIENCE - " " ' e.r to. C . .. 9 jo Paris C. H. Depot 10 aa Georgetown U is a Stamp's GroM 10 jJ K khorn 11 id rankf.irt A ... 11 ja . Not a No. No. 10. a. m. 4 No. 8. p. tn. 6 40 7 7 1 JJ J 4J 054 I of ,.,, ,,,,. 11 11 p. m. jo a. in. leave 1'ranllurt SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave titetgelowa 10 49 a. re; arrive r'tackfarl ij p. ra. arrive Georgitewn . r Midland Railway aad cennec-er.- s fera the iB0itit and chrtpcit route to all 4Bli South, Knit, NCTtb and Went. I ,r further mfurraaiten tnplv te their agentt C. D. UlKCAW, Gen 1'aii Agent C.F.O. 11. IIAKI'KII, ltec'r AGrn Sup Krankfert Kv Tfe Kcalucky j At V5. Sy' Ix-e- threo-fourth- 1 You fee-din- Afraid TO READ BOTH SIDES OF THE QUESTION? The New York Journal Is the only Metropolitan paper indorsing; iftMBfo J,inci'ica Bryan and Sewall and it daily publishes articles by the leading financiers of the country on both sides of the question, "Silver versus Gold' '$$ll U U4 .SrK liys-prt--, i ii 1 ill. iy u It is progressive, liberal and always espouses the cause of the masses. Every broad minded man should read it, vhcther Republican or Democrat. 1 Coat ovorywhoro. for Ono Month, Including Sunduy - - - -- 40 000 $1.00 Two Mont ha end a Half - .. . . . . . . ' per-forme- d, it" 11 Send subscription to Tfce New York Circulation l):rcrtracnt, K.t'v:' I Journal, NLW YORK. it I 'in dol-lar- Who can think of tomo almpla tiling 10 paieuir Protect your Ideaet ther mar lirlnir you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDERllUHN & CO., Patent Attorney. Washington. D. C, for their 1.8UJ prlto oner and list ot two hundred Inventlona wanted. Wanted-- An Idea Vj t :&& ts&zz: - m te . Gg&& "" jpsMrnn" DHNUILLE. KY. r -- (Semi-Week- ly Interior JouFKM. - Spicib, etc, at Oralg & Hocker'B. Stanford, Kv., . Oct. 13, 1896 J bbsb D. Wbahkn baa tho finest display of samples in town. Coal Vases, Shovels and Coal Buckets at Warren & C, y h Walton, Business Manager. - Shanks'. juBt In. You should take your prescriptions to Boy your window glass from Craig PunnyV drug store where- prompt ami accurate Borvico is guaranteed. Hocker and get the lowest caah price. . Fall invoice of beautiful silverware Call and sno. Danks. & $10,000 Worth of goods to be exchanged for either gold or silver between now and January 1st next, and for every silver dollar you get a gold dollar's worth. Good goods, low prices and latest styles the chief m 9 . PERSONAL POIN'I & Mi 89 Anna Mknbkkb is quite ill. Maiik Hardin is down with chills. Mifes Sallik Ghbb.n is viaitin relatives Don't fail to set our new hata at d bonnets beforo you buy. Mrs. Kate Duil- uerar. Oiiaibs. A car load of chatra of tl 0 latest stjles just received at W. W. Withers'. New Cheddar Cheese, Crackers, Pickles and Cftlsups just received at Warren A Shanks. 1 Wk are leaders iu the sale of specta All work guaranteed. Craig A Hocker. cles and trusses. m ...7.k.. - '..?. .k'-- $1.65 and $1.25 KID GLOVES At 50c a Pair. 120 pairs Black and 120 pairs in Colors. hive to come in the next few days, as they in Danville. , Mks. B. N. Roller- Is visiting hi r homcfolks in Now Haven. Mb. and Mi.8. Jok Coffey, of Livingston, aro with friends here. Mns. M. J. MunriiY returned from Rock Castle Spring yesterday. Mil. W. J. l'nicu, circuit clerk of Boyle, was hero Saturday on busineci. b Mb. J. B. liiaoi.NS and Miss Julia wont to Lexington Friday. Da. J. T. Boiion, our excellent scribe 'rom Kidd'a Store, was here yesterday. Mits. Joun McIIabquk. who has been so ill of typhoid fever, in convalescing. Mkssbs. J. L. Fbohman and Samuol Lyons, of Danville, were here Sunday. Mibs Doua Bauoiiman spent several) days with her Bieter, Mrs. MontieFox, a Danville. Miss Doba Strauii has gone to Tulla hotna,Tonn., to engage in the millinery bus'nxfc. To secure these you will Mibs Kllkn Owsley was here yesterday pniming to Lancaster from will soon be closed out. Hig-k'idEliza-bethtowMc-Kinn- J . INDUCEMENTS .Buy where you get the. ! f Best Goods for the Least Money. If you buy from me this year you will buy next year at Housk in Miller Addition with five or six rooms and good outbuildings for rent. W. A.Tribblo. Burolabs broke into Dr. Lee F. HufJ-man- 's residence in Lexington and stole many valuable articles. 1 5; Buggies painted for other rigs in proportion. Work guar. anteed. Kinley, the Carriage Painter. Prices Reduced ' gsHEiaHsaaBMrfel There is no Getting Around. Debate. Mr. W. E. Perkina and Squire John EJmieton will have a joint near debate at a school-bous- e Saturday night. Crab-Orcha- rd illlli Goods, f 9) 4 4rjf. m 4k J,JPJJL, fm& WUrQ .TTTiPTTartfaLS iV !?I ssfflsV J -- Wi, JV.-- U S- - We have anticipated the immense popularity of the "Coat" Suit for this season and arc showing an immense variety of novelty Dress Goods in black and colors in proper styles and weight. Scotch Cheviots and French novelties in colors at 75c, $1 and up. Fine broad cloth in all colors, at Si.v Twenty styles of Mack Goods in novelty "Bouclc," Brocades, &c, at 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2. We will show you more than any five stores in this section. 52-inc- h, L GLACE TAFFETAS 75c. Wc call your attention to our line of plain, changeable Taffetas at 750 It is a heavy, Sheeny silk in all the popular combinations of of colors. The demand for these for Waists, Skirts, Linings and Trimmings is immense. This quality sells usually at Si. Full lines of plain and fancy velvets. "Peerless" The best hose made. BFacR Hosiery Wc have sold it for 10 years and sell more every year. We sell for 25c a pair ladies' hose, double heel, sole and toe, cither plain or fleeced that arc usually sold at 3 for Si. All grades in stock and all sold cheap. Children's and Boys' I lose at 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c a pair. 31 i UMKRWEJUL Ladies' Vests and Pants in cream, silver and natural colors, full sizes, full fleeced. These arc regular 50c quality, but on account of slight imperfections in weave we secured 2,500 garments to sell at 25c. Don't fail to sec these as well as our other lines of Underwear. CLOAKS. You can't afford to buy a wrap without first seeing ouis. We have about Coo in stock in Capes, Coats and Children's garments. Any 1 price you want. LNENS. While down, ask to sec our line of fine, pure Linen Huckaback Towels at 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c. They are special values. We can save you money on Crash and on Table Linens. An inspection is all we ask. Agents for Butterick Patterns. DHNU ILLE, KY. jJ4 Out. Frank S. Green, of the West End, sends us word to withdraw hia announcement for oaoeeeor. His business, M11. Bowman Smith and family, of spent Sunday with Mr. W. R. he Bays, 1b such that he cannot give hia race tbo attention needed. Dedman and family. Mb. A.K. Dbnny in quite ill with inTub young ladies did not realize sb flammation of the bladder, and hus been much as thoy expected on their pound down for three weeks. party at the college Friday evenlnp, Mus. Db. William Ray and daughter, Money wsb scarce and bidding slow bo MIbs 8allie, of Garrard, spent yesterJay only about $15 reached the treasury for with Mr. John L. Kay. missions. Mr. S. W. Menefeo wbb aucW. 8. Bubch and George B. Wearen and proved a good one. went to Richmond Saturday to stand a tioneer civil service examination. The BrjHnJclub met at the court honse C. E. Tath rode a horso through to Friday night and speeches by President Lexington Friday to ship to his stateri Vandeveer and others wero enjoyed. The Mrs. U II. l'ainp, at Boston. attendance waa small but what was lackMu. S. K. Lackhy, of Gallatin, wrs ing in size was made up in enthusiasm. here yesterday to soil tomo cattle and Twenty-sinames were added to the wind up bis father's business. club, making the membership now 01 ex Mbs. Mahy Bowman, Miss Virginia 180. On next Friday night one or more and Horace Bowman, nf Danville, spent good speakers will be on hantf, when it several days at Mr. F. Reid's. is hoped that every member and ethers Miss Maby Cowan, who makes her will be there. home at Mr. Josh Jones', has gone to St. Held foii Assault. B. Roynolds, Joseph, Mo., to visit friends. charged with detaining Miss Lucy Sino Miss Ida Olabk went over .to Saturday in answer to a telegram gleton agalnBt her will, waa tried before Squire Faulkner at Waynesburg, Friday, stating that her aunt was very ill. Moss Cook, who is now in Nashrillei and held in $100 to tho circuit court. writes his sisters here that ho has decid. The small amount of bail bIiowb tho ed to boa doctor and commenced read- doubt of theequiroBR to the establishment of tho charge. From Hon. R. O. ing medicine Saturday. W. J. Bryan. W. W. White haB a Warren, who defended him, we learn boy at hia houso and he has that Reynolds is 21 and the woman 32, very fat undshapoless, and that her repnamed him W. J. Bryan. Mn. J. T. Uackley, Jn., who has been utation waa succesafully assailed on the oleic for several months, has returned trial. from tho mountains and hopes to be able Estiidsiastic Hon. R. 0. Warren this week to return to Collrgd. made speech at Kingsvllle Friday night Mu. W. W. Witiikkb went to Mt. Ver- which was listened to by an enthusiastic non yesterday to embalm the body of crowd of peoplo, who piled upon each the person whose death is announced in other to hear it. For an hour or so the the correspondence from there. speaker disponued democratic doctrine PdtGrbb, who Is running a train in pure and simple, which was loudly ap Illinois, is visiting bis parents, Mr. and plnnded throughout and at the close a Mrs. Vai. Geer. He is wearing a Bryan rising vote of thanks wns given tho old button too, like a good democrat. war hore of democracy for his splendid Tub Midway Clipper tells of a awell effort. Young Mr. Owens, who lies reparty given by Mr. and Mrs. J. L cently moved to this county from Pulasof Woodford, to Misa Dessie Win-gat- ki, also made a telling epeecb. A cull for who frequently visits here. those who wished to join tho Bryan club Mbs. J. 0. Montgomery returned to was thon made when 63 camo forward Elizabethtown yesterday after spending andelgned, making the enrollment now a week with Mra. J. S. Owsley and being 150 and the club tho largest bb it Ib tbo delightfully entertained by hor and oth- most enthusiastic in the county, in pro. ers. portion to tho voting strength of the Mns. W. K. Pbabce is very ill at her nrecinct. home at Evergreen, La., bihI Miss Octa-vi- a Kemper and Virgil Kemper, of GarJunction City. A fow guests are still rard, whose aunt she is, has gone to see left at Linnietta Springs, although the her. weather has been almost cold enough for Eld. Gkohob Gowbn, of Lancaster, enow. Extensive improvements will be passed through to Nashvillo yesterday. made on the buildings next year, ManaHe said that Judge Burnside wao barely ger Owens, says. W. T. Richardson, the alive and his death was a question of ve- general merchant, is proparing to build, ry short time. having tired of paying rent. Mr. Frank Jambs H. Ybaobr, who has just com- Green Buffered another stroke of paralys' trip through Geor- sis a few days ago and is now in a precarpleted a gia, tolls us that bo called on Mr. T. R. ious condition. He is thoroughly helpWalton at hia new store while in Atlan- less and it is believed that he can not ta and that be was the busiest man be live long. Judge Davison and a Mr. r, saw while he was gone. of Ohio, spoke here a few nights ago. Col. T. P. Hill, of Stanford, was so The first named led off with a characterwell pleased with London during hia re- istic speech, i. e. abusing the democrats cent visit that he ia seriously thinking of and promising great things if be were making London hia future home. Lon- elected to Congress, while the latter don Echo. This is some of the old colo- sought to entertain the crowd by telling nel's blarney. Ten locomotives couldtA anecdotes. He is as far from being a pull him away from Stanford and Stan- commedian though, those who heard ford ia glad of it. him, say aa he is a stumper and the Mn. W. G, Lackey, who recently went quicker the rada pull him in the better to St. Louis to practice law, had to pass a the party in these diggings will be off. most rigid examination there before he D. Hal), the restauranter, has thrown up was admitted to the bar. At tbo time ho the sponge and quit business. Mr. W, waa examined 13 others were also. Only T. Richardson will be the I. J's. correstwo paeeed. Among the failures were pondent from this place in tho future. two graduates of law echoola and ono Free silver Ib growing in popularity as man who had practiced law for 10 years. the election draws near. The republiMr. Lackey was much complimented by cans are scared because of a number of the court and the bar upon his brilliant their "strongest" declaring for Bryan examination. Elizabethtown News. and Sewall and Thompson, and are using means fair and foul to gain from the CITY AND VICINITY. democratic ranka what thoy have IobL Look at the clothing at Shanks' before They can't do it, though, for with the ex ception of two, those democrats who buying. were wavering have been converted. Fink line of new Candies at Warren & Junction City ia a small place compared Shanks'. with D.nvllle, but she intends to try to Have your marble tombstones and offset the defection there by ber gain from the radical ranks. monumeaU cleaaed by T. J. Teter. n. Cold Facts. We have the goods and are making the prices. We don't wait till the price is made, but make the prices. Does it pay to investigate ? Come to our store and investigate our prices; we are making a great effort to please our customers. Our m Store is Full of Seasonable And we will take pleasure in showing you x Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Boots and Hats. 5 C Nichol-aavill- '4 SEVERANCE &, SON. t5ass 4 WATCH Engraving a Specialty. 11 BPAI KINGr By THOMAS DALTON, -- - Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Mc-Gb- e, e, NEW CGrCDCD I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condition of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. I laid in my Fall And Winter Stock Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. See my stock before buying. H. J. McEOBBRTS. NEW ADVEttTlflKMNT. Deslr PinM 7J0r 100 buy Ky, r ArxIVl. Box 191, to aere. Will Stanford, Address Lock I I three-week- NEW MILLINERY. Sie-be- Sal e of Land, Stock, &c. a Small Farm of The latest things In Fall and Winter Mllllneiy pay cah. now in stock and the ladies of btanford and vicini63.41 ty are Invited to call in and se the latest styles. Miss Jarboe has arrived and is ready to wait on her old customers and as many new ones as will come. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY. Stanford, Ky. ' All persons desiring Locust Posts for plank fence, post and railing or wue fence, can find what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford. I also keep always on hand a good supply of plank ..The FARM of.. for fencing. All kinds ot lumber for building purposes; also boards and shingles. All persons desiring any article of this kind can call on me at my store near Cedar Creek, Known is the old Wyatt Sandldga Farm, which is Junei6,y. 3tf G. W. SINGLETON. improved, well watered aud well tenced. Alwell west ol above, i interest so about s with privilege ot whole ic about CI AurcH on White Oak Creek, also about j Acres in Junction City, Ky.. known as tho Dave Drown land. Also 3 iirood Mares in foal by jack, several nice Fillies by Chester Pare, Kagle Uird aud Gilt Ky. de, 3 work Mules, 8 yearling Mules, 6 of them Mares, s extra weanlings, nures; a lot ol fat Hogs, Sows and I'irs, 15 yearling Steers, several Mute Cowsand Calv,s, a lot of Hay and Rye, Farming Implements, Household and Kitchen Furniture. We want to give those who owe us fair warning Terms: For personalty, 810 and under, cash; that we shall give them two weeks more to settle over that amount, three months' credit, with inup with us, and if they do not come up in that d terest from day of sale. On real estate, time, we shall put their accounts in the hands of M Ell S HON Jr GREEK. cash, balance in 11 months wih 6 per cent, interanotneer. est. Lien retained. I. S.TEVIS, Executor. T. D. EDE'.iih, Auctioneer. As Executorial Hiram M. Johnson, I will sell on tie premises near MilleJgeville, Ky., on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 96, 70 JLcres Xjstzcid. 70 St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, BQrFAIR WARNING." one-thir- NOTICE I MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS semi-an-nu- il Those havlog claims against the lata J. W. Bibb are requested to present them to me at once WM. BCCK, Admr.. properlt piovea, Stanford, Ky. 63.tr In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., interest; no commission charged. Address GEO. W. DAW, Room 17, Kenvon Building, Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur. ther Information, inquire ol J, N. Saunders, Atx torney, Stanford, Ky. i hsWk uiii.m until "V So Semi-Week- ly Interior Journai AT 2ARXAXD TRADE ITEMS. Berelair won U LatOHla Sberloek fltakee at ' .V .. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. SAM W. MKNEFEE iub Etobllahed Every Tuesday and Friday OS Satarday. . J. T. Embry boaf?ht eiRht mule coIIb yesterday at $13 to $20. William Cooper sold to Farrla & Whitley 41 feeders at 3 l'4c. Bam Bishop sold to Gas McOor-mitcn eow and 18 pigs for $30. Dr. llagh Keld bousht a nnmber of mule colta yesterday at f 14 to $18. Much tobacco in Lawrence and Carter counties was deBtroyed by frost. M. S. Banghman Bold to B. G. Fox a mulea for $1G5. pair of John Cash bought in Boyla and Mer cer a bunch of 1,100 pound cattle at 3c. T. 0. Yeager'a Arthur W. Rot third money in the 2:17 pace at Lexington last week. Montie Fox delivered to Hon J. 8. Owsley yesterday GO 1,100 pound cattle at 3Jc. James Moberly bought in the East End a bunch of fat steers and heifers at k PER V3CAJtiy S2.60 ADV-AJSTO- K ejrWhen not so paid will be chrjrd." stormy sea of loett journalinm, with U, GARLAND G Rxroat at the wheel, Wa predict for may It a candiJate for Superintendent I'ublte it A bright future, and hop that it of Lincoln County, subject to tbe action not bo stranded on the fatal sand bar of Uco.ucrstlc part, non-eupport. County, We understand that the Liberty Trl' IsaCatdidate totof Sh.rlffof Lincolnpa IT. Jct to the action tbe democratic buneia again going to launch out ou the SINGLETON Sclioo' of the K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ' 4:05 Trains leave Stan'ord At 7:10. rn., and p. nu, returning at 4:30 p. m., andgtsop. ra. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. North.., WtfeYoaBtef stmcK By Ligtitning ? It Certainly Could Not Effect You More Than These Prices. Mo,. Ho. Wo. s, Train going " Wa.ejY " Sooth . " ...! ,......... t ...... tt 37Ppm 313am ....... 1 m 04 03 p m three-year-o- ld QUEEN & CRESCENT. pats Junction City as follows: 3.4s p ra Ho. x South ......n.07 pra No, a North .t.oopra " 4 ......11.09 am 6 ' ...1.15 am s " ...M.it,3S am "' 10 " , 835pm .6ooam Kovk. Nos. 4 and 5 and 0 and ta run no fur Xt than Junction City. All trains stop there. Trent M P It. ROYAL POWDER Absolutely PuroJ I . Harris sold to Simon Weihl 100 export cattle at 41. They were as fine a lot as ever left the county. Roy Beazloy is now engaged with I. Shelby Tevis, breaking a lot of young horses to take to North Carolina. There are 25 or more applicants for E. A.Tipton'o place as secretary of the Lexington Trotting Association. Gambetta Wilkes, G. & O. P. Cecil's pride, is in the lead aa winning eirea this Tear. His get has won over $15,000. J. W. AdamB bought of John Bpoon- S. T. 2to3ic. Children's Department. Good Suit Wool Suit All Wool Suit Fine Suits Knee Pants $l-5y 52-5- 0 S3.00 $4-o der. A cream of tartar Daking powHighest of all in leavening strength. LatcstUtiitcd Report. StatcsGov-ernnu- nt ROYAL BAKING:POWDER:00. 2:10. New York. Estbay. I have a bay mare with one amore, Jack Bosley and Eubanka Bros. 40 cows, heifers and calves at 1 to 2 jc. Tho Oynthiana Democrat save that James E. Clay, of Bourbon, bought 50 yearling steers in Harrison at 31 to 3 worth The futurity for $5,000 was won at Lexington Friday by Marcus Daly's China Silk. Best time two-year-ol- da to $5.00 35c and up 2Sc Shirtwaists Boys' Department. Good Suits, 3 pieces Wool Suits All Wool Suits Fine Suits Overcoats $3-5 eye at my house that owner can get by paying her expense. J. M. Collier, Row land. Squire JameB Adams shipped two car loadB of hogs to Cincinnati and sold them at from 31 to 3 40. Richmond t Fantagraph. S.- S5.00 57.50 io.oo 53. 00 and up - a 1 t f. r irt' ,y V IP hV -- r lV t W U ar iV,i'.5! - E i ' : i fM, ii ;v w kv k i. 8? 1.7V - B. Chancellor sold to Win. Moreland : hogs at 2J. Mr. Chan a lot of cellor also sold at lot of butcher stuff to Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. another party at lit arid 2c. James P. Harper, of Hustonville, writes us that be did well on his trip to North Carolina. He retailed 26 horses J F. BARKER, Proprietor, in 13 days and made money on all of - them. Rates TWO DOLLARS Par Dav. Wm. Moreland shipped two car throughout. Largo loads of hogs to Cincinnati Friday, for Remodeled and refurnished end Commodious baraple Kooms. which be paid 2j. He drives a bay mare Halts and office connected by Electric Bells behind which be soya he has ridden over guests. 47 Prompt.and polite service to 25,000 miles buying stock. A small crowd attended the sale of the Crow farm on the Knob Lick pike V. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Saturday. The farm of 25 acres waa - - - Kentucky. bought by O. L. Crow at $09.25. The 103 London. acre farm was taken down at $47. W. M. Moberly bought of J. E. Lynn I have moved to my new Hotel and am bette peepared than ever to accommodate the Livery attached and every convenience de- 20 cattle averaging 800 pounds at 3.22 sired. Give me a call. and nine of same from Dyer & Hurt, of FRANK RILXV. n Wayne, at eaino price. He sold to O. M. G. Lanham Jones 30 1,250 pound cattle at 3c A. John D. Cattleman. Tne rich Transylvania stake was won at Lexington by Senator A., an outsider. He came 11th the first beat, 9th the next and won the following COMPANY three. Page, the favorite, waa (itb. Marah Coffey, J. T. Bingaman, Tom OF LIVERPOOL. Boone and Henry Newland shipped two d car loads of bogs and one of cows, steers add heifers to Cincinnati S. GSSTLEHffl. Saturday and went with them to see the city. MANAGERS, Col. J. P. Chandler reports that the Commerce Building, Louisville. farm of S. Collier in RockcaBtle sold to P.J. and Aire. Matilda Hall for Agents Throughout the South. $2,000 cash. Horses sold at $2.50 to $31; milk cows $12 to $13; hogs $3 to $5 a head and 300 barrels of corn at 75c to $1. LOCAL AGENT, There were Kentucky. market ynterdavabout 300 cattle on the Stanford, and the greater part of 37r them changed bands. Feeders brought yearling and cattle San Francisco. 3 Portland' 2 to 8c; butcher stufl 2 to 2Jc. Farris & .........To the Whitley, of Boyle, were tho largest buyers of the day. V 11 1 DClHSIHII f J. B. Vandlvier bought 23 cotton mules for John Boater, at average of $21. He also bought 20 good feeding cattle for Sam Forsythe at to ilWU SSfllllfiLt?. ati!ilaIa0H:l SJ A w ft f r iTiTiidKlsWiiy 3J cents; and a bunch of calves at 3 centa, Tne latter bought the crop of corn raised " on John Moore's place near Braxton at Only Dining Car Route From Harroda-bur- g 50 centa a barrel, shucked. Democrat. The great Transylvania Stake at Lexington was not finished tho first day. Elegant Pullman Vcstib,uled Governor Strong, by Dr. Strong, got two Sleopera of Modern Pattern. hjats in 2:12 J, 2:10, and Senator A., by For maps or any information, address Tramp Panic, got the other two in 2:10 TRANK J. REID. ) f K.H. BACON 2:11. There were 16 Btarters. Next day O. P. Agent, I J or. A D.P.A, (. ) Chicago. the betting was Btill lively with Senator ." Be sure to call for " A. hot favorite. Alnidatia went away in Monon Route. St Paul front, with Governor Strong second and Denver. Seuttor A. third. They raced this way .iK VOU AREGOING.... to the stretch. In a drive to the wire or Senator A. won by three parts of a length. Governor Strong third and Franklin fourth. Tinn 2:11. Dentist, Stanford, Ky. 200-pou- nd BAME.3 HOUSE, Men's Suits. Good Suits, double or Miigle breasted All Wool Suits Fins Suits S5.00 57'50 to S.00 S Somerset, Kentucky. I2'00' lS-- 0 THE RILEY HOUSE OVERCOATS. Good, Long Storm Coat Good Dress Coat Wool Storm Coats Wool Dress Coats All wool Storm and Dress Fine Dress Overcoats $5-oo publi-Goo- 5.o 7-5- 0 7-5- 0 ooo $12, 13-5- OYAL . x5-c- o INSURANCE Shirts, Shoes, Hats, &c. : S1.00 Shirts, best fitting and neatest patterns Shoes, not to be excelled in quality or price 75c Hats, fine Fedora, worth much more, but sold at to $3.50 Si Stiff Hats, best values ever seen 50c and patterns, choice Neckwear, latest designs Our worthy county attorney, Q O, Godbev, is the happiest man In town; for the carpenters are through working on hla imposing edifice on Fifth Avenue. This ia tho flnist, moat substantial structure in onr city; it is one that demands and carriea respect and admiration with it, for itis a perfect typo of an Engllflh (Jaotle, with its turret, moat and drawbridge, whon suoh were the ideal man sions of Britiah royalty. The democrats hero arc mngufno nd hopeful, and are standing firm and unflinchingly by their standard bearer; for there ia no party discordhore to disturb tho norenity of tho normality of their They realize thnt freedom ever resides in the mountains as it did with Tell, and many others; o tlioy are going to stand with an uDreeervednesso' that freedom at the ballot, and voto aa freoly and unflinchingly their Rentimen's as does Wall Street banker, who has hla millions to urge him on his maddened career of financial impetuosity. Ed Powell, of near Hustonville, passed through bore Thursday evening on route to Cumberland county to attond the funeral of hla grandmother. Hon Goorge E. Stone, Dr. O. L. Herrln, Messrs. J. W. end Pat Whipp returned from Lobanon Thursday evening. Shannon McKinnsy, of McKinnoy, waa here Friday. Ohaa. Bowmau, who has been very low with typhoid fever, ia convalescent. Our banker, G. A. Prowitt, and family wont to Cincinnati Thursday afternoon. Lieut-GoJ. R, Hindman, of Columbia, whom the democrat-- in days of yoro loved to honor, was hilled to speak hero the Pith in behalf ot the McKinley Aid Society. This renegade of democracy who baa attached himself to tho tall of the republicin klto, must look to that organisation for hearers to listen to tbo blathering denunciations, and falacioua odiums that be will in his circumscribed argument (7) heap upon that grand party that haa made him what he is, and given him the name ho has; but let him rage, aud rent his spleen, and display hii spite and rancor; for w know "There Is no malice likn the malice of a reneeadp," and disappointed It would seem that t'tu republics nil are getting somewhat uiiHasy litre. They are having a vast number of tipvak-or- s ''billed" for this point. After n short time they will havo one for evory other day. As a friend, and one who wishes harmony and contt-nin party circles aud organizations, we thl k it is beat that they had their appointments late, especially after the adjournment of tho fUcal court; for the taxpayers of thin county do not want to pay for any more republican ranting They euro not for the npeeciiee, but they do object to paying $30 a ppeech for that is what Judire Belden'a Tuesday' display of pont-n- p cant cost Casf-county; for nin long windrdneta took up "o much of the court's time that it caused them to have to sit an extra day. When his rising political aspirations causes him to ask our people forsomo of the we suppose that the ghost of "economy" in public ntThirs will lure him on, and It will bo pleaded in fully aa never ending cantaa this $30 rant. v, time-honored FRANK 3. GREEN Is a candidate 'or Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the actloa ol the democratic piny. J. F. HOLDAM Is a candidate for Asitssor of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the democratic party. SAMUEL M. OWENS Is a candidate forftberitf of Lincoln Coudit. sub ject to the action of the democratic party. EMMETT McCOIiaiACK Is a candidate (or Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic patty. solicited. Your support it 91. F. ELKIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic Trty. JOE T. EMBRY Is a candidate for Aticssor of Lincoln Couuty. subject to the action d the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support. C. G. RAKER Is a candidate for Astestor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party. Thinking the Houtbern end ol the county is entitled to a slice ol the pie he attts your support. WILLIAM MORELAND Is a candidate for Atseitor of Lincoln, subject to the action ef the democratic parly. He kindly asks your support SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, Klrst-Claii - Kentucky. MAK, Turnout, I'rompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A poriwa of your patronage Is respectfully solicited. it 6a. T11K HUSTLlNO INSVKANCK M. W. JOSITSCW. Is AtsntforTh And The New York LIlc Iiih. Co. Aotna Aociciont Insurance ' Company. Hut and Moit Favorable Terms ol Insuraoce otlko-seeke- r. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A good store-bous- RetUenje House In Sunlord, with on same lot. lor sale. The lot contains e 4 acre, an J can b easily divided, putting store buui. and residence ou separate Ibis. Al reuien. able price and in casr terms. Apply to I. it. SAL'NUhltS. siualord, Ky Jit' : J. T. oTOlTSB, Ky. W Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Sole proprietor Deea's Wick Diamond Hool I'alnt. Estimates furnished for natnlinjf Wood, Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ail root painted with Dean's lilac Dlaiaond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealirs in best Cistern I'urnps and Oalvaelied Iron Kilt ors, tialvaa-Ite- d and lllack lion Roofing of all kinds, si tl SON, DEALERS IN COAL, & Ntar Railroad Crossing, East of Depot, STANFORD, KY. Good, Clean, Cheap... . Corn and Hay taken In exchange. Come and see us. ITOEli 1,000-poun- BMBEE JOB A, SAXaS. 400-acr- e HALL & McFLINN'S MONSTER R. R. W. A. TKIBBLS, c; two-year-o- ld Remember Our to s MotOr iiiWi At STANFORD, Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For dale. Has on It a good, comfortable Dwelling of bis Rooms, and all necessary outbuilding. One yard hydrant and one for wa. tctlng stock, al.o a splendid, never falling well. For further particulars apply to J AS. I. RAlLKV. 30 tunfoid, Ky. I! T. : T. :SUTTO!T KENTUCKY. Equine and Canine Carnivals, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, snd Caskets always on hand. D. ti. Carpenter, Manager. Oiler his services o the people cl West Lincoln and Casey Counties. Full stock of CoOos oj ii. NOBTMWEST jsAo-ti- mwfiTmnStt " two-year-o- ld 3; Satisfaction tenU Wednesday, Oct. 21. v a J) NOTICE J Having bought or J. W. Adams hit Coal Plant and good will at Rowland, Kt.,1 will continue the Coal llusiness at said place W, T. SAUNDERS will have charge of It a be is well known in that end of tbecounly, J. II. UIGGINS. 4t Miey Mm TO CHICAGO. i A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, 3 1 We ask you but One Price and in Plain Figures. Call and see us before Buying. We Pj Stanford, Ky, I I Office over UHHB5 McRobertt' Drugstore ia the Owsley iiunumgi ,. , NORTH WEST, Save You Money These Hard Times. !& if M.S. Baughmsn, J. W. Haugiiwah. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raomiiTOKt - 14? ' LOUIIVILIC N ABHVILLC R. R. It the line for you, as its Doable Dally Trains connections at Makc.clotc &QDISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. TROUGH TICKETS SOLDA THROUGH BAGGAGE CHECKED For gay information eequire of JOSS. RICE. Agent,Ky Stanford, While sitting in fronr of the fire dcz ing, Mrs. Orittio Boddie, of Hopkina villeaged 70, fell in and was so badly burned that she died. A band ot Cuban Atntz jua are making trouble for the Spaniarus. They are led by the widow of a Cuban who waa put to death by the Spaniards after great torture. At Weflt Newton, O , Granville Herbert and Mrs. Albert King died from the effects of rat poison which by mistake got into biscuita they ate. The Globe, J. L. FROHMHN&CO., The only BIG SHOW coming this year. He in town early and see LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, ' - Kentucky. -Srtt-das- the " sw frss mm mm, Rain or shine. ff Admission. Two Ferfcmancts, 1 and j p. ra ot rates. II you need livery give us a call. Nethlag out s turnout will tear? our (table. See us lu our Danville,, , , ' . - - -, - Kentucky. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee A." AV Free Balloon Ascension 5,000 feet High with Parachute Daily. H T HV C illLJ-fO- . Popular Prices price. Tiy our first. class work and satisfactory horso shoer. I helm, const day at Sunlord or at mv horns In Often. Chas. Enoalia, Tanner. th wi" uk I can 'for cash or In" trade bides leathergel on lor tK -.- L-. , J r- - t - ! itf- - S'l && Si-j-- &-- & '.t. t AiWv dmkMsm ::' ,v3J j ; ,' . cn t r L ' 1 A ' tg