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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896102001 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. ) I i hV T f WEE KL Y I NTERIOII JOURNAL. STANFORD- KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20.1896. - VOL. XXV. OBJECT LESSON. 'TEACHERS' ASSOC! A 770 A i NO. 67 A s CRAli ORCHARD POLITICS AND OTHER MATTERS. Tho tean'ierfl Ol Lincoln mat nt Grab Mahhodsiiuho Oat, 17. Mrs. Jose T. J. Cuiton keeps on liBiid cattlo of MiB-Umrgia Lewis phino K. New Jorse.v is the munufactoring ecu Orclinrd, On'. I". Henry made a speech this af all kinds, which ho will bo glad to show-ttrool the Union, with the ureal citiea of was view president. Thofjilowing tmcli- - ternoon in the those who wish to buy. e in the InterMfwrn, W. Carter, est of Hryan Jsew York ami l'hdadelphia on her bor- - ers wer The le ichers' association Saturday nnd Sewall. She is unques Is the certainty of fulfillment 13. L iltra. It locatiou otveB udvantagee, then Jr , K. H. Ilheni,,, J.. T. Uib-rttionably one ol the most Intelligent la- - was a very pleasant and interesting oc. II t t .t ...I !.. i:lt .L I luu,u of each and every one of them. When you leave Annn (ie8 Kentucky can bonst of- -ln New Jersey farmers alioui.i nave mi u. fact, as casion. It was held in tho Baptist church wz-- , public benefits and blessing ol .a protecu w iar- Uu ..,.- -l ur,wl.u,KW speakers sho and Mrs. O.S.N ield and the attendance was large. your watch witli me for repairs it is sufficient guaran kftpl Ifiil l'.lllllll .l .,,,fa . ., Jilt. Vm... ..... , ,,, ,)9, JCn- - ,,,, him)j IIT above any other people. ,MV illiam With three flourishing Rtores in t u,0 tee that you will have an accurate and reliable tim ., i.miw Hnil 'i "'" jHiini ly llrvnn iunnenftlin i.rAiiiler.t Slatesville, the depot portion of town, it TieCellBIIBOI IbllU PiveH IIIB mi piece. exhibit of the farmers condition in that Wright; MrH. IS.illurd mid Mrs rrtVlie. mull oil imrlli- (n.fluv " uuiil Mm Himiv looks like that Pection of Crab Orchaid ... ami Mies Supt. Ivito Main. Mr. Luclen Did it ever occur to you that more Watches arc KtaU. in her spi"(!li this afternoon, "and rep- will soon become the business end of it. Lewis, ami Mra. Scruggs mil Stapp ,,''a iSoiv Mr. P. M. McRiberts, of your city, resenting the people, and not trusts and ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? were made honorary members and in v Vslue farms io,i30.3j,!iJ,l;s,ii). o monopoliee, the votorB ure going to stand epoko at tho Negro nesr g'W7.J9 7 We have gained the reputation for miles around for lue ol crop jo,97.x. ted lu take put. by him and his election is a foregone hero Thursday night to a good audience, HI' 6jj, Earnings Ksrmcrs' 5'. Mies .coggi rendered best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince verv Hppmpri- - conclusion " A deaf6n!ng applatiBH fol- composed almost exclusively v).M jf,ooo,ooo, As.MwIih of tho colR,ul' ,l h'l0. "Hi" Seeteflt S'ory Brer io wed you. imia.lMrfnHNlnSO yoara of tr every wntence she uttered. She ored brother. His speech is said to have said that McKiuley is a bankrupt, standB been a credit tblo eflort, ration it i'Jl.OOO.OOO. decrease in Told. Mies Kte Hlani rwu' h well written decreaso in on an 13nglish platform and is mortgaged The Hryan club is holding i's own vluo of crops on 'Tnu Intellectual Life of the Wo com1 182. to a speculator, Mark Haunn, who has a and takes in a new member now and earnings ol each fanner Teacher," whico. every toachrr in the string tied to the Obirai and ho moves then. President Pottus and Secretary mend thia oxhlblt to Hobs Davison and who never tire in de- State ahuuld hnvo heard. only when Mark crackH his whip In Wnllln are both very enthusiastic ovei hie penny strikers WILLIAPrt SHELTON, After liaviiiK discussed tho subjects on speaking of those antiquated ronegftdes, their prospects in November and are anxscanting upon the beauties of a protec-- t the program the tescherB were rlven nn Palmer and Huckuer, she indulged StuJentms- Teacheri 7. All specialists. Thoroujh courses in Latin. Greek, French, English. II vo tarill for tlio fanner Btid laborer. in ious for the 31 to arrive. Mathematics, Natural anil Moral Sciences, Muiic, Art and Elocution. Situated in the famom Illue intellectual tret from the eloquent sarcasm Grass section ol Kentucky; dittinsmthed far healtmu nei of beauty of scenery, refinement Mra. Alice Nowland baa had her of withering to almost protection haa benefited New Jereey society. Fall Scsiloc opens Soptombor 7. Rpforn docidin whtre you will sec I your daughters Mr. Lucion Lewis on the submuch hns it touKiioof make the autumn leaves drop from tho pretty home near the depot painted a next year, be sure to write for Our Now Catalog U3. A Jilress, farmers this much, how ject "Man and Mind." Mr. K. L. Grubbs trees In tf MRS. NANNIE! S. 3 AUFLSY, Lily Principal, Stanford. Ky. e yard. For two bright yellow. We trust .the color sethe helped tho Kentucky fanner? delivered the response to the welcome hours tho ptople, crowding in tho laat 150 yeara. Very true. court lected doea not imply the state of her i'?1 tho ol wealth . . . address, which thotinh not verbally ex nouseanu yarn, Hut there la another lesson iu thseo figshouted till thev were dispes Men, for few people have lees cause pressed, whh yet more forcibly expressed hoarse ill approval of tho :'i truthfulness of to be jealous than she. ures. Plutocrats witli eatatic delight vast increase to the tenchera by tho hospitable manner her utterances. Many ladles were presHon. W. H. Smith, democratic elec paint in glowing colors the .: of toll produced tliia wealth in which Crab Orchard's citizens enter- ent. Formerly an advocate of all pro- tor for tho and Mr. J. L. But tho hand eti tained the teachers; at least Messrs. 1. hibition tickets, Mrs. Henry recognizes Ovens, one of the best speakers Iu ii i la it? Take farm values of IS'JO this aad where W. Carter and 13. L. Grubbs can say that tf the fact that tho monov question is the section, will hold the boards here next from total assessed wealth above, and wo O if tiie welcome and dinner they received paramount issue of this campaign and is Saturday afternoon. Don't fail to hear Window Glass, Paints and Oils Cheaper than ever sold have left f733.737.100. Who possesses 8 at Mrs. D. U. KJmiston's is any criterion making many votes everywhere she goes them. Republicans are especially invithin immense wealth? evidently not the before. of what the rest received, then all were for the people's candidate, saying as de- ted. farmer, not the laborer. The manufac.ii have it, wrested frrm more than entertained. Tho association terminedly as Mr. Hryan that we will J. Mort Roth well addressed the Bry turer, the banker i. o adjjurned at I r. ii. to meet at iluaton have "No Crown of Thorne; no Cross of an club here Saturday afternoon. His :; tho hand of toll by vil'alnous class villo, Saturday, Nov. 21at, Miss Mary Gold." !! speech was greatly enjoyed and he was 13. L. G. S! Tno Harrodsburg is a relic congratulated by weights dis- Tuomson, vice president. Mr. Davison and hla Unlit scoies of his hearers of antiquity. It is sufficiently old, if it Mr. Rothwell haa greatly improved as a gust intelligent men with their eterntl Guaranteed the Best. Now is the time to buy. McKIXXEY. IV. could talk, to tell of many interesting stumper and tho man who downs him in 'V aitigsoiiK twaddlo about tin ruin by free y tb ig3 that have an argument can consider himself a dai-- J. K. Carson, 0( Kiuitsvilli, is clerk-in- u and some deplorable trade and the ooil limes away back. i htvo transpired within its walla. It sy. people for F. M. Ware. If he can dispose Now Mr. Davison, please tell the could tell a tale of woe. T. J. Cnlton bought of O. P. when we had free trade. Compare, the of his property at that place ho will probd Mr. John G. Pulham, of tho Democrat, Morrill bill that con- ably remove his family here. Wilaon hi with the three heifers at 2c and of W. I. A protracted meeting will bein at says that "llarrodsburg is the best Satinued from ISO- -' till 10. Those billi are Herrin seven of same at same price. He about 10 percent and there in no ttio Haptist church hero November 1. turday afternoon town in the Slate and sotd to G. A. Swinebrjad a bunch of both I trger k X crowds." Everybody R II. Hrouaugh tod to G, free trade about them In tho eye of an Rev. T. II. Camit)ll, of Lancaster, will always K takes that haf thy oh" apparently and it. Harnett um'Si yearlings advertised conduct the meeting Hseisted by Rov. honest man. in co nes to town to find nut what is going Hi I. Hut when were tho good times you talk GtHirco W. Perry man, of Newport. J. at ;( atni a premiuoi on the on in the wor d these degenerate diys. tiead. about All the autistic, all the figures Mr. R. O. Warren, of Stanford, made A carelui poll ol Mercer county giviB Mra. John Stone, who lives on Full made, all tho experience of every a thrilling speech hero last Friday night over ....DEALKKS IN. intelligent fanner and hueineea man, iu favor of free silver at F. M. Ware's Hryan a majority of 271. These exact Lick, is one of the best kept women for figures wero obtained by trus'e-- s of each her age in theounty. She is SI years teach us thut from lb7.1 evurUhlni: but hall. It ws listen-i- l to attentively by llxtd salaries and investment have de the free vilveritesof thij place. Letcher school district in the county, wb'le tak- old and besides doing her own houseing a list of scholars, askiug every voter work, milking, c ined craduully to the ruin pln. an.l U Uas ey, i f Lancaster, 6poke on Saturday churning and tho like, ins favorite presidential candidate. Painters' Supplies an J Druggists' Sundries stio haa avdraged 12 cuts of yarn a day on h.n been o:o consent BtniM'u lor oxia night. Mr. John Stagg, who for two montl s her spinning wheel for tho last three tenco upon the part of the nufses. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Walker, of lay in an unconschus condition sa the months, who have been visiting relatives at It result of a lick on tho head from a cowCASKY COVXTY. UllHRTY. Tho Springs look pretty deaolalo placo returned homo b.st week. Mr. this Negro who slipped up behind him, ardly M Tim Itv. ChnrleH 13. I'oweM, of tho T. S. KintMld, rf Clinton, Tenn , is visit-tri- m able i.o v to wa.k about the room. Ho now. The guests, with the exception of Give us a call and be convinced. eight Keeleyitee, he.vo all gone and ManM his daughter. Mrs. Walter Garner. church of Louhnille, Hrondway Christian is a popular young nun and frrquently ager Hofiuaun and wife are enjoying a Mrd. O.irl lp'trsou and beKan u seriea of meetitiK bore last week this plnce. had ra many as 10 or 50 visitors a day, rest. Dr. Dick is about the busiest man with a niiv prjspt lor Kood re- children left last week for Russell coun- while the Knights of Pythias wero by to bo seen there. His work is not ar ty, where they will visit relatives, Mr. sults. day and night. his dtioua but hodopsn't know what it is to Lieut. Gov. J. H. lllndnian. n bench Will Garner, of Crab Orchard, was visitDowney, the murderer of the HarrodsMcKmley Aid Society, aliw ing ins brother, Mr. Walter Gamer, here burg policeman, for which he has just enjoy a day from it. man of the Tho sound money demoa National democrat, spoke sccordinu to last week. Misses Melissa and Nannie been given 15 years histoid of what was appointment. He was introduced by Reynolds weut to Lexington Sunday to duo him, a hanging, has evi ry day since crats claim that they will poll between 75 and 100 votes either for Palmer or JiuIko Helden, who In his introductory, see their sister Myra, who is Iu the asy- he httB brei iu hero taken about two Tho democrats, however, say tl o old time lum there. Mies Mary Ronton is visiting spoonsful of Cheyenne pepper in a cup ot pressed (treat love for that the McKiuley Aid Society of the said that there were only her cousin, Miss Leoa Harnett, near of cotleo at democrats, and etch meal to beiutify his End has less than 25 members. Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we offer the a faw of the old line democrats left to Stanford. Miss Helen It bb went to complexion, and he is a beiutiful thing residue High Hridg Monday to visit her sinter, There is a difiere .ce of opinion, you see, premrvo tho honor and Integrity of the indeed. The criminals have had a hard so "you pays your money and takes your Mrs. 11. K. Wiuscott. Mrs. Jacob democratic party This IB tho Ilrst time time of it during the present term of choice," as which to believe. and Miss Laura Stetson went on record in Casey county that a "democircuit court, catching it in the neck Mrs. O. II. Singleton is visiting her purp)rtin to bo, had t) Cincinnati Sunday, Dr. John Wil- right and left. Judge M. C. Saulley and crat," or even one Introduced by a republican, and it liams, who lives near Ml. Salem, is very Commonwealth's Attorney J. Sam Ows- mother at Lexington. Mrs. Alice New to be land spent several days in Louisville Mrs. Walker Ruutt, of Huetonville, You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. is also tho tirat time that the "amen" II ley, Jr., are exceedingly popular witli the , Mr. J. R. 13 imiston and wife are in Cin Mrs. J. R. c irners were filled by republicans and is at her ilaughter-ln-law'e.1. F. W. ptople of Mercer. cinnati. Mr. EJmiBton will goon the Mrs. P. W. fiat the democrats had to take back eei IB Itoutt, who H quite bic road in a few daya for a clothing house. LOCAL. usually alotted to the dua- Greene has been quite sick. Mra. Jas. SOMEWHAT in the (.pace Mrs. Katie has been ill for several descendants of the tritej of F. MvKiiiuey, wliu iihs been quite sick, lly cutlcled LVputySherilT John Witt, of Kcox, diys. Miss Mvrtlw Wilde, W. I'. brooks was is improving. of Iancasten Africa. darkest died suddenly. was the gmetof friends here. hero last week. John Paull, eged 7o, a pensioner of Mr. W. 13. Perkins has made eeveral WAYXESIWRG. th i lato war, died Bt Yosetnite. Metal Rocflnff The minutes of the recent meeting of speeches for democracy and those who W. R. Haldock has been appointed Our Sunday echool is dolus nicely. the Northern Proxhyterian General Ashave heard him say he ia a Bryan No. 2 Col. Fintcum.of Pulaski, an old sol- sembly furnished additional and remark- postmaster at Labascus, Cmey countv He has been invited to speak at Bee Nelson 1). Horns, a well known cill Lick, his old dier and an ablo apeaker, will address tho able proof of tho longevity of ministers home, this week and will do people of this placo on tho silver ques- The total number of deaths reported was zon citizen of Madison, died of parai- so. An old iNegro, who claims that he tion next Saturday afternoon. 130, which is nineteen leas than the pre-- J. w Mtigg, who Killed wm. uoaru helped raise Mr. Perkinp, has Bent him Shingles, Etc. Our Hryan and Sowall club now vious your The whole number of ministers at Harrodsburg last year, was giveu a word that if he will make it clear to him j, 101 members and still increas-injuumbera was 0,707, the proportion of dentin being C. that free silver will help the country, he life sentence. and great interest ia bein taken in about 2 per cent. Of the 130 who died TheS:h Ky. Cavalry, O. S. A., will will not onlv vote for it but make all of tho election and wo are Koinu to make a during the year six woie over ninety tone hold a reunion at Nicholasville tomorr- his frhnds do so. bin Rain. was thirty between eighty ow- and next day. Deputy M. G. Reynolds is in town and ninety; thirty-eigh- t woie between sevMr. W. E. Perkins has become qulln Charlby How man, a worthy vourg thla wuek jrettinK tho road claims and enty and eighty; twenty-on- e were between man of Liberty, grand-jo- n of Ju'ro a Hryan orator. o will bo clad to meet tax payers and set-t'- sixty and seventy; eighteen were between Crab Orchard is unusually gay this died Friday of typhoid fever BYat once, oh it is but a faw daya till tho fifty and sixty; livo wore between forty ami Bowman, week with a theatrical troupe on hand sued 21. penalty will bo added. fifty; seven were between thirty and forTno charred bo ly of a seven months and a circus Thursday, A largo crowd catno out to huar Mr. ty, and three were under thirty. Thus Miss Campbell, a pretty young lady, old child waa found in the brush at Cor-blJ. L. Ovooh ppeaic Saturday nfttruoon seventy-fou- r of the 130 lived more than y ? Several arrests have been uiado Is a guest of Miss Rons Stapp. Mrc and wero well imld for their tioub'o as the allotted three score years and ten, and Chamberlain, of Richmond, ia visiting - O0 but all have been discharged. tho x publicans themselves admitted ihut o.ily fifteen died under fifty years of age Mra. JameB Fish and family. he told (acts. QUEEN AND CRESCENT. Miss Perkins, of Be Lick, is visiting The political atmosphere prevailing her brother, Mr. W. E Perkins. Rov. of NeoK'a, III., has S. F. Wilson, Low IUtbs to Louibvills. Masonic over Illinois and Nebraska teem to have And Funeral Director. Mr. Oaesedy, of Tennessee, has been the nuro bred Hereford cow that dropped Grand Lodge Oct. 20th. to 1:4th. Tickets mot in a storm oonter over Iowa The guest of Prof. Ritchie and sisters. Rev. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, bull calf before she was two yearo old. At Democrats have not usually counted the from poiuts in Kentucky on certificate A B. Anderson preached at the Baptist Also carry a nice line ol three yearB old bIio raised twin bull Hawkeye State iu Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. their column, but it plan. calves. At louryenra old she raised trip- seems disposed to Square, Stanford, Ky. at Nicholasville October 21. church Sunday. Miss Beftie Higgins Reunion Room opposite Court-Hous- e coino iu of ita own acto Stanford Sunday and will go on lets, all bulls. Thisjoir at five yearB cord. Hound trio via the Queen A Orescent went from there to Dmville to spend n few old sho baa had twin bull calves. Withfrom points in Keutucky at one fare. tlnva. Miss Daisy Mcddurj (coyly) Do you Bhort space of 231 modths this in th'i W. O. KiNE.uibON, G. P. A., Cincinna ti, O. cow dropped seven bull calves, nil living love me Jason? Itnpppars that tho law psssfd in Jason Huckleberry Course 1 love you' and cood ones. .. . . r i t J. J. Mctiarvey, of Wellaton, O., has iu .ion ueioej- yeiiid rgu, BUOIlSlllllg brought to San Francieco Do you s pose I'd have been uctin' the foo' News was Dealers In if McKinley Is elected he whipping, is not giving satisfaction. The agreed that Sunday that thoprt of A'tata, in tho over you all this time if I didn't. wnl give Joseph Hrumtield a span of number of incorrigible pupils has greatly province of Sinaloa, Mexico, was comThe body servant of Stonewall Jackson limits and walk to Columbus and back, increased, and toachera are at a loss to pletely wiped oir tto enrth by the tidal died last week. George Washington's 210 milts. If Hryan ia elected Brumlleld know what to do with them. Again it is wave and cloud buret of September 17 nurso at the bat; Maceujji tho hole. will losja pair of mules und do the pe: proven "Spire the rod, yon spoil the und IS child." Willie McKmley still plays "Little Ilo. destriau act. Tho five men arrested iu MUeoun Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of Appendicitis, once a fashionable and Big Line of Farming Hev. John Oiler, of Coalton, O,, haa swindling by uHeriuK aliened treajn-r- y peep" to tliu corporation sheep which are for well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Shoes and a agreed to preach a sermon with his exclusive disease, is now within the notes have pleaded jsiiUty to hand and driven to Canton Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. elothts turned wrong side out if McKIn reach of all, Grapes are selliugnt $7 a for from 0 to IS have been eout to prison Jim Pov'ijo, one of the brothers shot ley is elected. If Hryan wins bis elders ton in Ohio. fined ;l,000 each. mouths and hUo Y. C. Whitney has a f 10,000 bedtheir clothes that way to -- Tho Odd Follows will meet next by the marshal of Glasgo, dfad of his will wear followlug Sunday. stead. wouuds. church the year fat Osvensboro. To th KUitor ol the Interior Journal. o ! ...,..,, pr-m- m: v A . court-hous- Baek of My Promises ... ,,,, ,.,,, s, - Ifc V JiK """, .iv -- -- -' M- -;i ....j - ?'.80 echool-houa- f,., pK-p- er THOMAS DALTON. President. cli-nt- THE STAXTFORD FEMALE COLLEGE, - sullL-ientl- court-hous- -.- - ... 7M Stato-at-larg- WINDOW QtyVSS ! i legle-Utio- n. ii READY MIXED FAINTS ! court-hous- e W. B. MoBOBEETS. Now-lau- 1 h-- s -- CRAIG & HOCKER rugs, Ghsrrvicals, Oils, Paints, Wil-mor- e, t fc Pays to Deal with a Gash Housa. J g --- bed-jid- e "our stock: of jil Mc-Kinl- SUMMER GOODS AT LMm TMA.N - t Hum-melstei- n, (CXfJOTo W. P. TATE, Stanford. K-- v. Doors, Sash and Blinds, -- t A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. ninety-eight- ); UDEfTTAKlftlC -- n. ! MXXmMY, & Practical Trimmer, Kmbalmer v. FARRIS HARDIN, - Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. Prices to Suit The Times. TPWp WTF"?' f-- BRYAN AND SEWALL Korjudiroof tho Couit of Appeals A dimwtch from Richmond gives Thompson and Dviaon n Btand-oO- f in $i he other counties nnd nays that Madison will decide the race. If this in true nnd Stanford. Ky., - Oct. 20, 1896 MadiBon remains trno to the faith, Da vison will never see Washington unless he goes on his own private Account. Rut W. P. WALTON. h) it true or not, we bhall never believe that the 8th district will send such a tnin to Congress, when one of Ttiomp-eon'- s I'letident nnd hor high standing is presented for the suffrages of the people. ttl-W tELLlf INTERIOR JOUifflfiL nt JUDGE W. S. For LuDgreis, PRYOR Of New Castle. JOHN B. THOMPSON, Mercer. Gov. McOreary, whose political judgment is rarely at fault, thinks the outlook good for the election of Bryan. Millions of dollars will bo opent to elect McKinley, but he believes that the Australian ballot will savo us from him and his backers A careful investigation convinces Gov. McCreary that Kentucky will give the democratic cndidnta a majority of from 8.000 lo 12,000. And all the people say, es. Amenl .ttl if Because we ask no credit. Tub New York World kept account of Bryan's work last Wednesday, when it saya ho made 13 speeches during the 21 hours, requiting 3 hours and 10 minutes, Because small profits satiify us. traveled 295 miles khJ was heard by people. And vet this was not much Indianapolis ticket was conceived by politicians, who were turn- over an nverage of the last month or ed down either at Chicago or in the moro. Truly our next president is a Because vc give no credit and have no bad debts. State conventions; and bb there were a physical as well ps an intellectual giant. considerable number of them, it was easy TusCynthiana Democrat has donned a enough to get up the rump concern and new and becoming suit and Editor James put out a bogus ticket in order that they M. Allen is making Because we buy direct from the Manufacturer. it fairly scintillate might have a chance to work oil the acdemocracy this year. with bis wit and wisdom. There are 75,000 children attending cumulation of spleen that their disapTo vote for McKinley is to give up private schools and 109,000 attending pointment bad engendered. Neither everything for which the democrats public schools in New York City. There WHITE- - COLSON CONTEST. they nor their ticket have any claims Because we can ttsc immense quantities. have fought, saya the Courier Jour will soon he room for 13,000 more in the on the democratic party from which they The crested jahawker seems to be play- nal, and that is about the first truth public school. ThiH will make a total have bolted. The money plank of their ing in hard luck. He and D G. Colson it has published in many day. of 24S.000 attending tho pcIiooIh, hut platform is at variance with the demo- were candidates before a primary elecChairman Roberts, of the Kentucky time are 50.000 more who are of pchool cratic utterances on the subject, declar- tion for the republican nomination for republican campaign committee, haB giv- ago Because we save the middle man's profit. but not giini: to Pchool. ing as it does straightout for the gold Congress in, the 11th district. The re- en out his first formal statement. He standard, and very different from the turns showed that Colson had n majori says the republican free silver vote is a minority report at Chicago, which was ty of 470 votes. Claiming that Colson myth end that McKinley'8 majority will A QUEER GAME OF POKER. presented and defended by (senator Hill and his friends, including a majority of exceed Bradley's. Because we take advantage of every forced sale. Tim SMirty Doctor it "ItnlM)" platand others. True the the members of the district committee, Edward Lauterbach. a leading repub (mi. That Dhl .Not form has planks in it that are very had perpetrated such frauds as to render lican orator at New York, said in a Tho sporty doctor told tho. story, nnd catching and the whole thing is liable to the primary election absolutely void, he speech thbt "We will not abide that de- tho sporty doctor can toll stories, if anyBecause our goods sell quick, lose no money on old stock. deceive those who do not consider the filed his suit in the Laurel circuit court, cision," meaning if the people decide to body should happen to write to you. Ho animus very closely and are not aware asking for an injunction to prevent the elect Bryan. This threat of war ia counwas sitting in his privato ofllco waiting If you arc in need of a Suit or an Overcoat, remember "Com pa Kit' that the real object is the defeat of the committee from declaring Cjlson the teracting on the parry responsible for it. for his trap, nnd tho conveisation shift Ladies' Cloaks and Capes; a big line of ed around to poker games chietly be- is a favorite word with us. regular democracy and the election of nominee. The clerk granted him a reIn the 1892 election the democratic the republican ticket. They have put straining order, which was good until it ticket carried 25 States nnd received 277 cause tho ijookctw! in the ofllco was both at JS1.25 and up. decorated with n box of chips uud boyup a pair of quite respectable old gran- should be set aside by the court, restrainelectoral votep; the republicans carried cott! packs of cards. as a sort of decoy and ing the committee from certifying that nies, to be sure, 15 States and received 145 electoral votes "The quix.Te.st gamo of poker I ovor hope to fool enough suckers to encom- Coleon was the nominee, and restraining and tho populists carried four StatcB and wv," paid tho fporty doctor, "wiih ono pass their p'urpoee, but we entreat dem- the cleiks from printing Colson'a name obtained 22 electoral votes. Cleveland's I played in when I wivs n medical stuA: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, ocrats to stick to their party and not be on the ballots a the nominee. dent. Ono night four of us wero in the popular majority 359.000 T. D. RANEY, Manager. During the present term of the Laurel deceived into throwing their votes away Banker Welsh, cf Danville, told the disnocting room. Wo hiwl finished extho cadavers we had perimenting with on men who wont cany a precinct in circuit court Colson made a motion to Louisville Post that Davison would be Branch Stores: the United Staff s. Vote for Bryan and set aside that restraining order. Judge elected by 1,200 majority and if tho re- on hand nnd went waiting for dinner. One of tho boys bUggo.itc.sl tlint wo play Bewail and thereby put the seal of con- Clark, the regular judge of the court, for publicans had put up a different kind of Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Wo played it. demnation on bolters and the party they personal reasons declined to stt in the a man the majority would reach 3,000. poker. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, long before conif of tho "It wiwi't are trying to use you to assist. case, and tho bar having failed to elect a It is mighty hard for such ariatocrat'c bovH ran out of money. Tho game was and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. special judge, Gov. Branley appointed fellows as Welsh to Bwallow a plebian u still one, and tiio unlucky (met) began Ik there is one thing more disausting Mr. John Marshall, a republican lawyer like Davison or to keep from giving him putting up perboinil property. They let their watches and knives go and finally than another of Mark Hanna's efforts to from Louisville, to act as special judge. a dig every chance they get. got down to their dissecting instruments McKinley and there- He heard the motion and set aside the elect his little man Measured by the standard of statea by make himself the real president of the restraining order on the ground that the manahip Davison is about as fit to go to and btxMHUieiK Ono of tho boys in particular was in hard luck. Ho got good United States, it is the parading of the ourt of chancery bad no jurisdiction of Congress as a ilitboat ia for a voyage hands, but had them topped with a Bccauso "campaigning generals" before the pub- such cases. across the Atlantic. Vote for Thompson regularity that made him hick at heart. Wo Do Not White appealed from that decision to and thus send a man to Congrees who In half an hour ho find about everything lic to creato sympathy and work the old select some few articles and Judge Hez lrigg, of the court of appealp, can bold up the honor of the district. he puiseiicd in tiio game mid was lookBoldiers. Gen. Algor is perhaps the most tell how low we sell them, don't think decent of them, but the kid gloved aris- and on hearing his appeal, Judge Hazel-rig- g Mr Thompson's recent visit to Madison ing around for other collateral. thrt our goods are high priced. "Pretty soon ho got a big full it decided that he could not review the has greatly strengthened him, and the tocrat declared at Columbus, O , that Our competitors know that, quality was three acos and n pair of queens, if action of the circuit jude in jetting aside indications are that she will do her duty moat of the followers of Bryan were I remember correctly. I was hotting considered, we sell goods cheaper than and generally filthy. Old Dan the clerk's restraining order, but, in a by him in November. Kegiiter. against lnm, and I hud four little trays. others that's what bothers them; but Sickles went him one better and called written opinion, said that on the facts Dr. P. P.Trueheart wntea from bter-lin- I bet 2, and he mw mo with it ccnlpel it's your advantage. fellow is de- alleged by White, the judge should have them all tramps. This old Kanae: "You may wager your lae t and went mo two hotter with a beautiOur store was designed and arranged serving theBCorn of all decent men lie granted the injunction. Of course his nickel on Kansas. She will give Bryan fully pickled of a forearm. I to do business with sm.--ll expense, yet was a democrat for revenue only and now action in setting aside the order was er- from 10,000 to 25 000 majority. About ruined him right bark, and then he wns it is the most commodious and carries he is a republican for the same rta?on. roneous. This ended that caso as White eight per cent of the republican vote is in n quandary. He bkinued hit card Pi'.s.sVs Drug Stork. largcbt stock. He lost a leg during the war and the could go no further in it. He then filed for Bryan, while not over one per cent over, went through till his jMX'kctb, I country would have been much better oil another suit asking tliHt the clerk be re- of the democrats and populist combined asked imploringly if I would take an O U, which I wouldn't, and then cat if ho had lost his head. Gen. Howard, quired to print his name under the re- will vote for McKinlev or Pain or. We and thought for u minute. who lost an arm, is another of the sweet publics device, because the primary expect to elect most of the Conurefsmen, AA Tr . . f (tiVt .1 .j s. 7 ti . .Yjl 7) "suddenly lioremouilioretl something, ecsnted scrub?, while Corporal Tanner, election was void on account of fraud, including "our Jerry," aa well us the for lie told me to wait u minute and ran ... ... ... ... the worst of blatherskites, brings up the and 400 voters had petitioned the clerks Legislature and State Senate." out of tho room, He cumo buck with a y fikeh ton winch it had taken hun six rear. He t poke of somebody in Louis to print It IB name under the republican following change of the republiThe months to nrticuhitu and threw it on villa the other night in a public addme device. On the day that the motion fcr can party on the silver question is refer' of hell" and thnt exponent an injunction was set for hearing in the red to honeHt bimetallists in the party for tho tablet. 'I raise you 200 cold bones, as "a whelp ho said calmly." of decency and democracy (?) applauded Laurel court, Colson'a brother came down consideration: The sporty doctor stopped. Thon tho the profanity. It is a Bweet kettle of fish- - to London with 12 other lawyers from Finaijcial Plank -1- 8SS. "Tho repub- man who never studied anatomy said, is this set of frauds and in ppying them Middlesboro and Pineville and they were lican party believes in tbe use of both "Well?" to stump the country, Mr. Hanna is over- sworn in as members of the Laurel coun- gold and silver as a standard money, and "Well?" tho sporty doctor queried n ty bar. reaching himself. condemns the present democratic ad- back at him. 01 Will be made for the asking on Weareinf6rmed that not a siug'o one ministration in its efforta to demonetize "What happened?" &. "Oh, tho skeleton was shy tlireo ribs, the battle that of them had a case in that court, or ex- silver." Two weeks from to say nothing of u lot of tenth, and tho raged so fiercely for months will cli- pected to have, and were generally brief-1- 892: "The repubhas Financial Plank hot didn't go at its fnco valuo. " Buf- ..... max in a contest in which 14.000,000 of less barristers. lican party demand the uae of both gold falo Kxprcss. Judge Clark again declined to act, and people will take part and end the strugand silver aa the standard money, with gle in a victory for one or tho other of the as White thought the presence of these such restrictions and under such provisWouldn't i:i-i- i IIcHltatc. The signs now indi- able attorneys from the Yellow Creek ions to be determined by legislation, as Mat Berry, wliilo on his way to Now two great parties. very clearly that democracy will regions foreshadowed the election of a will secure the maintenance of the pari- Orleans tho other day, asked tho very cate JR 14 :. win, that the people will triumph over special judge, who would obey Colson'a ty of the two metals ro the purchasing pompous Pullman car porter of tho JS-jsJT-X"limited" if his train would atop at a behests he dismissed bis suit in the Laur- and g plutocracy, arrogance and cupidity and power of the dollar, small station in Kentucky. McKinlay and his mottled crew will go el court and immediately filed in Clay, whether of eilver, gold or paper, shall be certain "Stop?" ejaculated tho darky in down to rise no more. In such a fipht and gave notice for a motion before Judge at all times equal." "Stop? No, sab; (lis yor nmnzomont there ought to be no division as to the re- Cantrill, of Georgetown, for an injunc Financial Plank -- 1890: "We are train doesn't oven licsituto at Spring sult and but for traitors in the party and tion. Judge Cantrill heard the motion therofore, opposed to tbe free coinage of Station." Now Orleans money in the hands of the unscrupulous but denied it on the ground that the dis- silver except by international agreement foe there could not exist a doubt. Let trict committee should have been made with the leading commercial nations of Ill UllMMl WlM Up. parties to the Buit, although, they had the world, which we pledge ourselves to every man who believes in a government "I don't fioo how yon had tho conrago by the people for the people rally to the already certified Colson'a nomination to promote, and until such an agreement to engago singlo handed with tho train Is Receiving his- support of tho democratic ticket and the clerks. Like Judge Hazdrigg, he de- can be obtained, the EXISTING GOLD robbers and flnnlly drivo them off, " said ono of tho trembling passcngcrd atter such a victory of the masses over the cided that on the facts alleged the in- STANDARD mnst be preserved." tho affair was over. classes will result nj will astonish the junction should have been granted, and "J! "I was mad clear through," replied that he would have granted it if the discivilized world. MORE NEWS NOTES. tho conductor, still quivoring with trict committee had been parties to the ck vi Kosonnb Calhoun was burned to wrnth. "I thought they woro taking a All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a" Call. roSTMABTEK GENKItAL WlLfiON is fllsO to suit. straw vote." Chicngo Tribune, take the stump for the boltocrats, yet Thus the case no? stands. What White death in Knott county while ironing. Six thousand dollars has been raised postmasters, postal clerks and others are will do is not known to any but his intiA .Siiprciiui Ttvit. debarred the privilege of participating in mate advisers, but if he believes that for the building of a widows' and or"Herbert is truly fond of mo, fiho the campaign. What is sauce for the such frauds were perpetrated as he alleg- phans' home by the Odd Fellows of the finid. "Men nro very deooitful." replied tho goose ought to be sauce for the gander es it ia not in accordance with his n State. Has the Best Goods and Dr. P. S. Ithetr, of Jonesville, La., girl who reads nothing but novels. and a cabinet ofiicer ought not to he encharacter of "adherence to princi" "I am suro of his affection. titled to more rights than the common ple to abandon the contest without fur- waa shot and killed at Natchez, Miss , by " What makes you m?" Dr. Ajax Uolt. free ther struggle. ever day clerk in this "I hroko his bioyole, and ho did not The Central Labor Union, decided to country. got angry." Washington Star. Examine his stock of op poso the projected cigar factory at the POLITICAL POINTS. voice at Fort Thomas B. IUud loot his Eddyville penitentiary. The UhiihI Thing. Gen. Palmer was yelled down at MoWayne, Iud., and cancellei his date?. Charles , Myers, a printer, commitDrummer How many members nro Thomas never had much heart in the bile. ted suicide at Ghent because his wife re- thero in your flro company? The silver in a dollar ia now worth ported that he attempted to shoot her. campaign for the Ohio man and tbii failSqnnm Corners Merchant About 800. "Why, that is about nil tho mon ure of voice ia doubtless due to the fact only 49.8 cents. Dressier, a somnambulist, Louis The democrats haveBecured 10 halls walked oil tbe platform of a train near thoro nro in tho village," that he has doDe about as much aa be "Yes, and in tho company thoro nro wants to for the man who downed him in Louisville for as many speakers on the Philadelphia during bis sleep and was 0 firemen nnd about 201 bosses." of the 22.1. easily at St. Louis. night so killed. Trnth. a Let no democrat be deceived into voting for Palmer nnd Oucknerou the supposition that he thereby retains rank in the democratic party. lie had almost as well vote the republican ticket and pretend that he is still a democrat. The sore-head- IS,-S00 Vickery tint whh Ileitis stolen in 15 izbethtown po-office, he tnitilfd the two decoy letter and caug' t Mien tho nesistaut, with ono of them, so ho alleg s. She nmis fired and now she bring a datum?!! Miil ugninbt him for 120,000 - Sneral montliR ago the remains cf a man identified na S inuel LhIimhii, w ere John G. Carlisle' datea for Kentuc- fjiind near Dunkirk, Pa Tho body wna ky art: Oovinulon, October 22 J; Bow- buried by the woman who thought atie ling Green, Oct. 24tb; Owonsboro, Oct. wnB his widow. The husband gave her f iw days mku by 20tt ; Louisville, Oct. 2Sth; Lexington, a iiirprise, howover,-Oct. 30. returning home in good health mid spir-- Arm inarm the feeble "Haven" he- its. roes, Palmer and Buckner, are touring Walter Louia Lenau, who married the South. Who pays tho freight? Han- the widow of Col. John A Ccckrerill, na? Echo answers, Hanna shot himself at his homo at Enulowood, N J. According to Mra. Lenau, the Democrat. McKinley carried Ohio in 1S93 by a shooting was unintentional, but it is sup plurality of S0.O0O and yet there are posed he whs tired of living with a wothose who claim that Bryan liaa more man who forgot her first husband to than b fightin? chance to redeem it for quickly. money t Sa'lie-McGlnnip- The democrats have polled the let Kentucky district and finds that it will give Bryan 8,000 majority. Senator Butler expresses the belief that Kentucky ia eafo for Bryan and that the election of the latter is assured. 's A gentleman who heard Gov. Mt. Vernon saya it was speech at onoof tho moat demagogic efforts he ever listened to. The Cincinntti Enquirer has iuves t'gated and finds that most of the published beta on McKinley are bogus nnd made for cftVct. Senator Gormaa has taken the stump for Bryan. It ia a little late, but his voice will be worth many thousand votes for the democratic ticket. It iseainthat Mr. Bryan's dates in Indiana have been arranged ho that he Harrison's route can follow and ofltot the eflect of the latter's ppeech Hind-man- Tho corner-ton- o cf thr Hull of His tory of the American University at Washington will be laid Wednesday. Tho coremonUs will be elaborate. Presi dent Cleveland Jibb been invited to lay tho comer-stonDuring three days 30.000 Armenians woro slaughtered through tho Turkish empire. Wagons filled with bodiea wero c instantly pacsing through the streets in Constantinople. Cartload after cartload of these bodies were dumped into the e. THE CASH BUYS THE EARQAINS -- ATTME- pea. Keporta commc to P O. Louisville Store. Why? Because vc Buy for the Cash. Inspector Why? J Because we Sell for the Cash. Why? Why? Why?' Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. ns 1 1V1 npv ....... . . . . . . . . . . ...v . . ,;.s SPECIAL PRICES FOR 30 DAYS .1 to-d- ay Rye, Barley, Coal, Wheat, :i Screening's and Shipstuff. I in debt-payin- tUiT -- I11C114TUI IA rrk Ta Times-Democra- t. H. C. RUPLEY, THE MER6HANT TAILOR- jea Iw&M'S. JFfcMWJ 5iyii litis well-know- M!i jr W. W. WITHERS ed Makes Prices to Suit the Hard Times. Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, Novelty Goods, Undertaker's Goods. I fit 'i- Jt Interior JmifiiiE Stanford, Kv., - Oct. 20, 1896 l E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Youahould tnko your pruBcriptionn to Btoro wliero prompt and accurate uurvicu in guaranteed. Ponny'r druK Mi88 riillSOXA I. POINTS. Moi.uk IlALka tadown with ty- - Clay Hunt, ono of tliu cleverest of druiiuiierN, iu in town. Mns. J. M. ALVtihao.N in with Mre. Mat tie Alvimon at Kiohiuoud. Miw. A. S uhold (ever. Tiik L. A N. is preparing to havo its employes march in the Bound money paNrw Fall goods at Mra. Kato DudiUr-nr'- s rade in Louisvlllo on the l!Uh nnd will " this week. run freo special trains for their benefit to iri'ic'KH, ready mixed for catsup, etc. that city. Craig A Uocker. Sunday night was the coldest of tho Vanes, Shovels and Coal Hucketa season, A heavy frost fell nnd ici formCoal ed to considerable thickcois. Generally At Warren ite Shanks'. fair Tuesday, warmer, after threatening Fbiiiodicals, novels and new books for weather read yesterday's presale. W. H. Mcltoberta diction. For Rknt. nice cottages on Lo40TOO.-Qilt- ea crowil went to Dan8. I Stagg. gan Avenue. ville Saturday to witness the foot bad Buy your window glass from Craig A game between the Vauderbllt and Centre College Kleveus. They wero not paid Hacker nnd get tho lowest cauli price. for tin ir tilp, however, as tho game was Don't fail to see our new lints ar d too to bo interesting. The bonnets before you buy. Mm. Katu score stood 40 to 0 iu favor of Centre " m m m WxnniNO pn Bsnta at Danks'. To . ouo-atde- d Dud-dor- nr. Miir. Nancy Wauniii, of IJoonevillo, Is tint Kueat ol Mra. J. A. Mudd. Miss Lily Uhciiiii, of Shelby Oily, ia the Kneut of Mlea Alice Berz ey. Mb. J. F. Watkh8 and wile were visiting relatives In Mercer last week. Kx'Sematou Ku I'ahkku, of London, wan hero for n snort w hilo Friday. Mies Annik Hiatt, who has been ill for several weeks, is convalescing. Mk. amiMih. li. L. Gheuory and children havo returned to Grayson. Mil. Wm. UuhToN has been down for a couple of weeks with malarial fever. Mits IiKiiTis Jamkb, of Orab Orchard, spent several days with Mra. Auuie vallum .Mra. Momtrr, o! Missouri, W. li. 1Hk"- - College. in Nkw (Jhtddar Cneese, Craeners, 1: I'ick-U- h James. Mn. MAhCi'a Helm, of Danville, was the Rucat of Mr. 13. W. Gainea and (ami ly Hunday. Muh. J.W. McAi.istkh and daughter, Mies Josie, of St. Joseph, Mo., are visit ing Mr. U.S. Wither. Miia. II. G.Cook and children, of Jel- - hco, came down Friday to visit her ninth er, Mrs. A. 11. McKinney. Mn. II. I). GitEOOKY hasjoinedhiafam-1- 1 nt Mr. J. 1 Hiiley'a. He is thinking going to Now Mexico to resfde. of Mhs. Dii. Wai.i.ack and Mini I'earl Kotcham, of KanaiH City, are gurata of Mrs. K. II. Iogan in the West Knd. Miia. E. T. Woods and Mire Iiettie liar rit netit over In Milleittburg Sunday to s? Mim Sue Woods, who is (jiilte nick. Ouk pretty llttlo MrKluney correspondent, Mies Mnrgio Moore, wts here Friday. By the way but we promised not to tell. Mns. M. K. 1$ DiviMsand Mies Mary ! Divitcs Dutlilemr returned Sunday from oomingtnn, 111 , where they hive been several months. Mi.a. W. G. IUisly and Mies Olive Giovannuli, of Danville, were delegatta to the Mitslnnarv Convention of the Methodist church here. IUv A. V. S17.KMOHK, worshipful uua trr of the Masonic Lodge here, went to Louisville yesterday to represent it in the grand lodge which convenm Miib. Fhancsb K. IlKAfCitAMP, of l.ex- ingtou, arrived yesterday and athegueat Sh wasbillid of Mra. Annie McOlary. Inst nigh. to lecture at the court-houMn. K. L. Giit'iiB) (stopped over Sun 10 to 1. Mr. J. W. Adams, who is an day with ilia old K'hoolmate, Mr. It. F, entliiiHiHMtlcfree silverlte, tells us that Gainea, of Walnut F!at, mid heard Itav. while on a freight train with stock for n Kuesell Noel preaeu an instructive Cincinnati last week, there wero 10 other there. gentlemen in the cnhoofi. Politics was Mil. a si) .Mas II. 0. Faiihih have re talked as UHiial bu . it whs Hooue-eideturned from Hot Springi. While there fur KrvHti that there wesu't much disMrs. Farrla' rheuiiiatiain eeemed to cussion. Finally a vote was taken when but she Im been down with it it whh found that there were Hi demooerainco her arrival here. crats to one republican, or rather McKin-leMn. H. G. Joii.nmin, "cow coronet" fi r A hi Society democrat. the L. S is here to eetllo with the Bdveral pHrtiea who hnvu tiad stock killCaught Gal .Middietuii, tha Nesro ed by the railroad. He Ih a sou cf who eliot Policeman I)avi, of Lebanon, K. Folk Johnson and a chip of the in the arm when be attempted to arrert old block. him some time ago, waa arreated by MarTiik high honor of being elected n shal Nuwlaml. Irvine New land nnd Mr. Central Universitv wnabibtowcd It G. Jnnoa at John Johiihon'e boose, on on J. It 1'axton, Kq , by the Synod at the DivU'c pike, Sunday morning. He Howling Green. Mr Faxton saya the was taken to Lebanon that afternoon. dtdegattfl were nlventhe fat of the land Middle on fortneily lived here and bus and mado to enjoy their stay in tho Park already H"rved ono term in the penitenCity. Tho next meuting of the Synod tiary. There was a reward ofleml for will bo at UanUtowu. him. . Friday's Richmond Hegister contained Tub HosV Bahiikcuc. Charlio Carson, a flue portrait of Editor Olarence K. who was there, tells us that a large crowd Grand ReWoods, who waa attended Boss Davison's barbecue nt corder of tho Slg Ma Nu FraterniJackson county, last week and that ty at St. Louis. Salary 600 annually. A oratory flowed freely. Gov. Bradley, gooa picture of Will G. Lackey, who Messrs. Burnam and Sieber and the Bobb helped him in his race, also appears in wero the speakers and what they didn't the same issno. tell wasn't worth hearing. A flag, presented by tho Boss, was raised amid CITY AND VICINITY. much pomp and ceremony and nothing was left undone that would help to send Circus to morrow the grey gelding to Congress. Mr. CarGet your tablespoons from Danks. son thinks thnt county will give tit least Look at the clothing at Shanks' before 1,000 majority for him. . . buying. Mr. George 1). Wearen, who 1,514. Fine line of new Candies at Warron & was employed by tho city council to assess the property nnd take a census of SbankB'. the people of Stanford, has completed SroT cash prices lower than ever at the job. Ho hasn't footed up tho value Higgins & McKlnnev'a. of property yet, but the enumeration ... Havk your marblo tombstones and shows that there are but 1,014 people inside the town limits, SOU whites and 018 monuments cleaned by, T. J. Teter. colored. Of them there are 231 white ' Hkim Biiuck, of Louisville, will apeak and 152 colored persona entitled to the hero next Monday, if Babbitt will let right of Bullrage. Mr. Wearen saya that him. three years ago, he polled tho town on the local option question and still has Hon. J. M. Saunukhs will, in response to a vote of tho Ilryan Club, address that tho list which shows thnt 51 voters have next Friday either died or gone away since thou, the body at tho total number, howovor, remaining about n.ght. the Bame from new comers and those MuLks. Hon. J. 8. Owsley bought 10 of age. extra BUgar ruuleB from 40 to C0. He Since the above was written Mr. Wear has about 60 now aa line as were over en finds tho total valuation of farming gotten together. lnnds in town limtts 43,510; of town lots $35S,375;of personalty $170,171; grand THKladitB aio invited to call and see the handsomest line of lamps, chamber total, $572,050. Of this amount 195 sots and dinner sets ever brought to worth of persoaal property and $11,975 real estate are owned by colored people. Stanford. Farris & Hardin. to-d8- y. se nnd Culsips just received at Warren Grubbn and Mba Wright's rooms will Shanks. unite Friduy afternoon from 1:15 till 3:30 Wk are leaders in tlie ealo of apecta-rlr- in composition, speaking and reading and triiRHen. All work guerantood, exercises. Come, everybody who can, as Boiuouf tho exeicisfs will be excepCraig A Hocker. tionally good. K L. G. Lost. A tan cloth cape, trimmed with J. C. Hays writes from Crab Orbrown velvet. Finder will please leave chard: I see in the last issue o( your pas. at Dr. per that a gentleman wrote you that all .KUii.Kit Hhoesat ShaukB'. Tho most the 45 equada of section men on this comfortable, the most stylish, most du- division but two are against Bryan. J rable and therefore the cheapest. have aeon who works on the Crab Orchard section, who will vote for Bryan if Nuiiiun Mr. J. W. Bailey brought ub every railroad ollicUl is around him in a "nubbin" as be railed It from his when he votes. crop of corn, that lias 30 rows nnd grains on it. He said he was afraid to Twenty new members were added to bring in n full ear for fear it would scare the Bryan club hero Friday night, runtho people by its massiveneps, ning tl e total number up to over 200. In tho abbenco of President Vnndevecr, who Circus. It has been so long Bince a spoke ut McCormacks, Vice President circus wns here that the prospect is that Freti Johnson presided and did so the town won't Ih able to bold tin) peo- with much digni'y. After the business --'1st, to ple who will come waa transacted, Mr. John Walter introeo Hnll & MacFinn's, which isBrtid to bo duced Mr. Letcher Owsley, of Garrard, a cracker jack Grand street parade at who made an excellent speech. There the usual hour. are few better posted young mon than Killed BytiikOaiih. Arch Washing- Mr. Oweley and nnno more zealous in the ton, of color, n noted character of Junc- cause of democracy. He wni given tion City, waa killed by the cars at that splendid attention nnd was liberally applace Saturday. A freight train backed plauded. After he concluded, Mr. Geo. up on him when ho etepped out of the T, Farris, also of Garrard, was called on way of another train. aud responded bv making a few timely a remarks. Tiik GrAgit brothers, Craig and Joe, Tiik total of the .e'ahiiH allowed so who were in j ill here for long, had their trials at London laBt against the county. Clerk J. F. Cummins week. Tho former gat two years for rob- informs up, is $14,605 12, including salabery, while the latter waa acquitted on ries, nn increase over last year. The road claims foot up $1,357.31. The amount of thechargoof seduction. taxes paid by the First National Bank, DiK'iiAiuiBD. Harrison Jones, a Ne- $023. 12, wan ordered to be refunded, as gro, was tried Satnrdty fordtfeturbing that bank had fully complied with the worship and discharged. It was terms of the Hewott law, but the $942 claimed by members of the congregation paid in by the Farmers Bank mid Trust that ho wienched the glacs containing Co. and tho $302.49 by the Hustonville wine from one of the deacons while sac Bank wns retained, thev having failed to rament was being taken, and drank it, comply witli terms of slid act. This wi'l but they failed to prove it at his trial. make no dillerencn with the HustonCounty Committee. The members of ville lUnk, in fact it will save by it, too is no town tax there, but the the democratic county committee are re- s'nee Farmers will catch it if the decision is quested to meet at Stanford at 10 a. m baturday next, for the transaction of im- not reversed. Dr. Cvsley claims that portant btialnePM. Remember the hour the fact that he sent his money and it and ho on hand promptly. J. 1C. Carson, wb received and receipted for is proof thnt bis bank accepted the terms of the chairman. s m School IJ.icises. lliu pupils of Mr. hlmeelf at Kingston, 0., after brooding1 for several days over the loss by death of his sweetheart. Mr. George L. Wnlden, of the Danville Planing Mill, and Mi Mn1H Smith, of R'cnmond, were quietly mar- neu iu ixmiaviiie. The marriage of Schuyler Hail, cf Somerset, and Miss Lythia Lewis, of Tateville, which orcurrefl Sept. 27tb, has just been mado public. A man 80 y ars of ace rnrnmiiioil suicide near Ohillicothe, O , by hanging, necausea widow with whom he waa in love, had refused his hand. -- A young widow nt Philadelphia, committed suicide nn .rm,,, rt ,1... death of her llano. That ahown she loved the beet, the first or the last. -- Marriage proved to bo a failure to Mrs. Lnmont Log, of Clyde, Gn., brido of three months, and aho ended It , Dnii. ting her husband's bend open with sn axe. Major Charles A. Bco.h. Unhoil States Army, and Mips Virginia Single ton Urown, daughter ol John Young Brown, were married in Louih- ex-Go- v. m 1 Ipiliiiilliig: $10,000 m ?Mjt$$$mmmm Worth of goods to be exchanged for either gold or silver between now and January ist next, and for every silver dollar you get a gold dollar's worth. Good goods, low prices and latest styles the chief INDUCEMENTS Buy where you get the ! Best Goods for the Least Money. If you buy from me this year you will buy next year at ville. Oarp-nter'- m Hon. 11. 8. May, who cot n divorce from his wife 10 years ago. because he thought sho wns unfaithful to him, be came convinced Ihat he waa wronir nnd l5l the two were remarried at Uindmanlast t2?" fj 'JUL week, ff6srpas JP, SHANKS. 'T I1- - y - li 1,'-"J0 m Invitations have been received at this office announcing the niarnnge on Sunday morning, October 25, of Mies ia Lile to Mr. Charles U. Long, at Knnaaa. Tho bride haa many relatives in this county, including Miller John Bright and Joe F. Waters. The couple doubtless rscognize the fact that the better the day, the better the deed, and married on Sunday. A fellow who ended his miserable existence by jumping into tho seething, raging cataract at Niagara, left a letter ending: "On, God I If she but knuw tho sching heart and burning brow. My last words are thnt I may meet this girl in hell that ruined my life. Curse her; Oh, God, curse her until death I For her 1 die. I hope her etony heart will bleed if alio ever hears of tho contents of this letter." Ly-da, SOMETHING .For The. kadies to Talk About all-wo- I safe-keepin- g S. II. Shanks Bold to Adam Pence six pound cattle at 3c. Four men wero killed by an explosion on a railroad near Mens, Ark. Pullman carB carried 5,112,905 during the pn9t year and the gross receipts of the company wero 1,000 rs $9,-219.- Those New Dress Goods just opened and now on sale: 36-i- n. fine Novelties 25c. . " " Scotch effect 40. " in. " Checks and Bouclei 50c. 40 Finer Novelties at 75c, Sscand $1. You don't have to pay a fancy prite these days to get new new and stylish goods. These are positively the newest things in fancy Dress Goods and are big sellers in the large cities. The price is in harmony with our usual low prices. Don't forget our stock and prices of Underwear when in need. 40-in, Robert Wilson, a prominent citizen eui-cid- of Stewart county, Tenn., committed e aer-mo- d r, y t of Mc-Ke- e, 1 -- m m because he had met with financial reverses. Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Shoes and Hats, The Merchants' Bank, one of tho oldUought for cash; for sale for cish; prices low for est and for many years soundest financial institutions in Atlanti, baB made an cash. assignment. Whitecaps threaten to burn the houses of tho fiscal court members in Washington if they do not tako immediate steps to free the pikes. Tho bank robbery at Meeker, Co'., law. in which three men wero killed and four injured, wns one of the most daring ever cu un 'ciiiiiKs. perpetrated in the West. Itflv. .Martin Owens will begin a two Two sons, aged IS and 12 years, of weeks' meeting at Mt. Moriah church on Thomas Givens, were burned in hie Wednesday night next. house, in Butler county, while he nnd Hlders Joseph Ballon and George G. his wife, were abeeut nt Morgantown. Taylor will begin n protracted meeting at Judge Gibaon, of Jetlersonville, has Fairview, Garrard county, Thursday declared null nnd void the marriage of night, 22d. Brooks LaRue, n yidith of 10, to a Negro With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed Kider Joseph Ballou tins been holdwoman. The marriage occurred last and Stubble. ing a meeting at Mt. Vernon with Bro. summer. 11 additions to SunTintley, which had Thomas Heneler.of West Point, Ga , day night and instill being held by Bro. thought he heard a burglar at hia winAnd the like, and you should see my stock andt"get my prices Taylor. dow and fiied in that direction. A few before you buy. Fa km Wagons Lower Than Ever. ltev. W. S. G mislead says he will go seionda later ho discovered that he had into politics at liU church next Thurs- killed his sou. day night, when lie will discuss "Hard Secretary of War Lnmont's annual n Times, their Caun) and Cure, estimate of appropriations places tho to-- j or Under Consumption, or til this year nt ?52,S75,63S. Tho letter what ? accompnujing tho estimate reviewe the Evangelist J. V. Updike began a ' p. ogress made in eeacoast defense. meeting Sunday at the Linden Streit Heavy, wet snow fell in Chicago for I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condiChristian church, Memphis, and Rev. about two hours Saturday. This breaks W. K. Ellis, tho pastor, announced it in tion of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. all records as far as an early nicely printed invitations, enclosing a id concerned, the nearest to it being tie I laid in my card with the evangelist's picture and Btorm of October 20, of laBt year. the list of subjects on it from which ho Henry Millner, Negro, raped Miss will preach. Blanche Grey near Grillln, Ga , and on Rev. G. W. Ferryman and his good being identified by her he was strung up wife were royally entertained at tho They are coming by the neck with a placard attached to his Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. First Baptist church Wednesday night. body: "Thus we defend our women from in daily and I shall be glad at any timeto show what I have. It was n complete surprise to Dr. and outrage." See my stock before buying. Mra. Perry man and was a strong evidence of the love and esteem in which NKW ADVKBTlSEMRNTb. they are held by the congregation. Newport Journal. Two Mormon evangelists, or as they .WE WILL. prefer to be called ministers of tho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day PolaoJ China Hogs Saints, Elders David J. Blake and Chas. of Thirty choice thoroughbred and Hosts readr lor all ge, Gilts, bred bows for sale at low prices. Any kind o( Grain A. Oobbloy, both of Utah, called at this service, taken in exchange. Come soon and get the best, ofiice Friday to pay their respects and l'edigrcei lurnisned on application. II. DlbTKLI, Ottenheim, Ky. sav that their visit here is simply to expound their religion and if poeaible make converts to it. So far as the little tract Bets forth their doctrine there is nothing Of Goods at cost until the The oljectionablo about it and it will not hurt 1896, undersigned committet will until Nor. ad, receive bids lor pauper medical practice of hearing. to give tbem a Lincoln county, tne county to be divided accord- SEVERANCE Sc SON. cif THE GIBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, B. K. WEAREN. Overpro-productio- i NEW GOODS snow-stor- m Fall And Winter Stoek H. J. McROBBRTS. Poland Chinas For Sale. GontiDiie Oar Sale ENTIRE STOCK Is disposed ol. TO PHYSICIANS. MA T1UMONIAL MATTERS. Thomas Naylor, 21, nnd Miss Eliza beth Storms, 20, were married on the 17th. ing to the old magitterlal districts, except Stan lord and Hubble precincts will be combined and Crab Orcturd and Walnut Flat precincts will be combined. The physicians are to furnish their medicines. Kile bids with the County CUrk, G. M DAVISON, 1 J. F. CUMMINS, J. II. I'AXTON, J court-hous- o T There nro 13 divorce suits tiled for tho coming term of tho Hardin circuit court. Mr. and Mrs. J. Barnes Caldwell, of Boyle, celebrated their golden wedding on the IStb. Mrs. P. B. Cauaey, of Anniston, Ala. slipped away from the wedding feast of her daughter and hung: herself. Benjamin Kingston, aged 88, hung TBEES I TUBES W. TIIK BLUF-GIIA- 1 1 H. WEAREN & CO- HERD OK FALL, 1896. Full stock ol Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Asparagus, and every thing for the Orchard, Lawn and Garden. We employ no Agenis. Try us on prices to ire tho difference between those of a grower and dealer. Catalogue on application to H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. 67-1- My Breeders were selected from tne beat herds or this famous breed of swine in several different States. A splendid lot ol pigs of ditlxrent ages for sale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address KfrHED HOGS. , . 1 i t, R. H. BRONAUGH, Ky Crab Orchard, TRADE ITEMS. "Walk Hunt in. dear! Your sup per's ready, your slippers are right Gooae Liver 1b tne name of a horeo here and your pipe and tobacco running at Latonia. L&tonia Prize arc on the writing desk, handy for First Mat won the HTablls&od Bvery Tuoeday and Friday you." "All right. Molly," groan Handle p Saturday. AD VANOT V. Carpenter sold to J. W. AI- - eu me urea, suspicious jiuslmiij, A. 03 PBB YKAjUX charged.-- ? you can get that new cloak to cattle at 31c len 20 When not aopaid ga.fiO '" be took 43 cara to hold the GGS caltlo morrow. It that left Taris for export the other day. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mnrvoloua Results. David Tanner, of Fayette couuty, From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman, Trains Usve stan'ord at 7 10 a in., and 405 averaged 402 pounds, at of Dimoudate, Mich., we are permitted to make sold 61 Iiors that p.m., returning at 4:100 m., and 9:20 p. m. thlt extract "1 have n ' hetlt ition in recommen 3 cents. Dr. King's New Discovery, ai the results LOCAL TIME CARD. wife L.&N. in the case ol -- Louia Walz bought of Reuben Wil were almost marvelous the tlaptlst churchmy ki et at While I was pastor of ... 11 37P m Hams a bunch of hogs at 3c and of V. Junction she was brought down with pneumonia No. s, Train going North., succeeding ... 3 13 m " " grippe. Terrible paroxlsmsef coughiHo, a. " ng- wo.ild list tor hours with little intermission South, ...i 04 pm M. Bright u heifer at 2c. .5, them, A ... tojpm " " Ho. tj, Misa Rita and Joeaio B. broko the and it seemed at if she e.uld not surviveDlscocry, friend recommended lr King's New Lexington by Koin a It was ciuick in Itssrork and highly satlafact ry In QUEEN & CRESCENT. world's record at results1' Trial bottles free at V. H. Mcllobcrts' mile to the pole in Drug Store. Regular slrn 30c and $1 City ai follows Xrtrsa pass Junction Wheat has gene up after the farmers ...3 41 p m 11 07 p m No a North No, t Senth Electric Bitters. " ...j 00 p m iiojaro " disposed of their cropB and the " Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any ...3.15 a m have 1 " ti 3? am " 6 " 6 00 a m speculators are reaping the benefit. " 10 season, but perhaps more generally needed in the " languid, exhaus'cd feeling preNos. 4 and 3 and 0 and to run no fur-01 Spring, when the Note. ciuia -I- da Pearl, an vails, when the liver is torpid and slugKisU a d than Junction City. All trains stop there. a tonic is felt A prom n Anderson, Ind., took rat poison with sui- tho need ofmedtclue and alterativeaverted long ami use oi this hi ottcn perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will cidal intent, rather than ro to school. counter ctlng and freeing tne act more surely Kentucky Stako wbh won at avstcm from thein malarial poison. Headache, The constipation, dlziimst Jo hlrciile Lexington by Bingen, Viepanla second bitters. Only jjc per bottie at WyieldMeobeits II and Rose Croix third. Best time 2:13$. drug store. m Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo J. Malcolm Forbes, owner of Nancy The best salve in the world for cut, bru seas UankB, has bought of John Jones, the tetter, chsip sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever s'.alliou, Baron Rogers, 2:10J, to: $5,000. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions J i ARM AND V D r Vixl'lAddress Lock K TVf - I I Deslra to buy a Small Farm of V. or too acres. Will pay cash. 63MI Uox igi.Stanlord, Ky. a Candidate foi Sheriff of Lincoln County, Is ject to the action of the democratic pa ty. 75 SAM MENEFEE sub- -- v "ihyff h . ""Nj v Ait.v 1.&1 yl .aV jiS&lsresriK . 3 Jt.'s 3STOTICE 1 I GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Superintendent I'ubllc Schools of Lluctilu County, subject to the action of the democratic parly. xJf3Bsflv, isfiff2L- - 900-ponn- d Those bavlnir claims against Uic late J w, llibb are rciiucsted to present themr to me nt once Aitmr lll-i1, ..,. l.v-a.u.... . Ifllfllll II UTIU. ilord, Ky. f 6j-t- lll j. Is a candidate a a ixoi,uAiti O P-CJBI- SA.X.3il 1 for Assessor of Lincoln county subject u the action ul the demoiiallc psrty 1 1 1 M- rrt ,?3& -' As Admlnistratorof I. W. llibb, 1 will sell at pull.t outcty at his larru oa iho btanlord and Is llustoiiville p ke on SAMUEL M. OWENS candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, lu the aition of lliu ilemccialK party, SuIk-ject 4 ti 'oi on the Track tntire crvp of Corn, Thn following property about oo shocks, stack ef lunoiby Hay, thrett stacks ol Clover anil 1 itnothy Hay, W agons, Waijmi, Harness and Farming Implements two aged Mules I aged horse, two aged jennets, a No. i yearling Jaik, Sow and I'li's, Cow and Calf, a yearlings Ac Terms u.ade known on d ly ol ssle WILLIAM HKCK, Ad.nr. J I', (."handle , Auctioneer Saturday, Nov. 7th, 1896, EMMETT JIcCORMACK to Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the itlc-t-i of the democratic party Your support is euiiuily solicited. M. F. hLKIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the a.tsoii uf the democratic party PPH. . foil Two Farms For Sale. For the safety of yourself, JOE T. EMIJRY sulijeclto the action il the democratic patty, and eatntstly asks )our support. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln I'ouuly, turfTom Stevens, the man, has bouuht of W. T. DeLong, his 409 acre farm, six miles from Lexington. well-kno- KansiB wheat is being Bhipped to Mexico to euppiv the demand caused by the drouth. The duty haB been removed temporarily. The European reports of the department of agriculture show a deficiency in the wheat crops of Great Britain, Spain, Absolutely and Germany. Eighty cents a bushel waBoflered for A cream of tartar baking powwheat der. Highest of all in leavening wheat in Louisville Friday. Cash Bauie StatcsGov- - rose to 73 centa at Chicago the strength. Latest United dm,-- and Mav wheat went to 763. eminent Report. Lyon & Allen bought of Robert Young, of Cumberland county, a lot 0 New York. cows and heifers at 2Jc and four heavy' oxen at 2J. They have also bought a lot of hogs at 2.65 to 23c. J. V. Adama bought a car load of sheep of J. O. Coulter, of Casey, at lj to f William CAnvA AS m n . IJJC. LIU UUU(IH it ........... fb.01,'3 at 2c and 27 heifets and uteers at for $20,000. m& POWDER Pure. Austria-Hungar- y royal baking;powder:oo. W. II. Mc Roberts druggist. oT the greatest afflictions A foul breath is one affliction not that a man or woman can have-- an with whom tliey only tothemselses, but to those contact A foul breath is a great dm come in courager of affection. It would probably be more soif people realized just what bad breath mean'. Bad breath Is one of the symptoms of const Some of the other symptoms are sour st loss of appetite, sick and bilious headache, dimness heartburn and distrots after eating. These things mean Indigestion. They lead to dyspepsia and wotse things. They all start with constipation, and constipation Is inexcusable, beeatily, quickly and cause it can be cured-cur- ed permanently by the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant relicts. They give to nature just the help thit she needs. There Is no case of bdiousness, indigestion, "heartbur " or any of rest ol the nightmare breeding brood that theie little Pellets will not cure stamps to world s U Sent at cents in one-ceMedicl Association, Buffalo, N. Y and 1008 page "Common Sense receive Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser," illustrated. pi-tioh, n, It Is no pay repuired. at positively cures piles, or satisfaction or money luaranteed to gne perfect refund.nl. Price 15 cents per boa. Kor sale bj CALL AND SEE US. We sell just as we advertise, as our goods are marked in Plain Figures, And at acres In Wsshlngton Farm No. 1 contains county, Ky . the greater part of which Is in grass, well watered, witn good improsemellls, including new metal tool tobacco barn far to acre crop, lms larm Is situated in what is pronounced the twsl district In Kentucky for White Hurley To- -t acco. Comfortable residence house. Farm No. i contains 100 acres In same locality, Large slock and tobacco lth brick dwellingbarns. Une oi the best improved (arias in the county. Both farms ire In fine state of preseisatlon, well watered ond fenced. Close to R H. depot, schools, matket and on a fine turnpike. tut lulormalion apply to N. SAUNDKRS, J. btanfoid, Ky. 10 at C. G. RAKER Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln, siibitct tn action ol the democratic psrty. 1 hinklng the boutbern end of Iho couuty is entitled to a slice ul the pie ho asks your support. WILLIAM MORELAND Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln. subirct to the action ol the democratic patty. He kindly asks your support NEW MILLINERY. The litest things In Fail and Winter Milllneiy now in stock and the ladies of Manford and viciui-t- v ate Invited to call in and see the latest styles Miss Istboe has arrived anJ is ready to wait on her old customers and as many tiew ones as will MISS LlCCllt HEALLY, come. Manlord, Ky. MONEY To LOAN ON IMl'KOVKD FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent , semi an nual Interest, no commission charged. Address CKO W HAVY, Room 17, Keuyou building, Louisville, Ky. Kor blink applicauous anu further Information, inquire olJ.N. Saunders, AtI torney, Stanford, Ky. fe One NOTICE All persons I SHELBY & SHELBY, XB,. W. B. FElTXre, i...l,, Reid'a Lucy Lee won at La : tonii Friday over a field of 10. She was Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. a favorite. Miss Nannie Vandeveer's Miss Emma ran the same day and came eighth. Hustonvillo. Ky., Not being able to make satisfactory Desires to announce to her old iutemersand are now Making friends J F. BARKER, Proprietor, sale of his cattle here, Mr. S. E. Lackey open lorthat her Dressinvites any PaiU.r. noilssiri visitors and of them over to Ciu- - vices to cjII early and ttcure ual.. . took three cir loads - pinnnii and had them on the market Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. yesterday. in Larre A famine appears inevitable Remodeled and refurnished throughout. tad Commodious oampie rcooias. Electric Belli. Northern India, and it is recoinized that Hall and office connected Uy J. L. KROIIMAN &CO., 4 Prooipt.and polite service to guests. the importation of American wheat by am still agent for Kails Branch Coal and will prime factor keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such England is likely to bs the Danville, Ky. as you want at the lowest poislble prices for Cash. of the situation. Office, Mill St. and Railrjad Crossing, opposite Roller Mills. J. U. HlGGINS, Woods it Lynn shipped to CincinStaolird, Ky. P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, it Saturday five car loads of cattle nati "iRST NATIONAL BANK London. - - - Kentucky. boiightof W. M. Matheny. Wm. Ander Mr. OF STANFORD. KY sonBndJ E Lynn et 2 to 3J. bottar I have moved to my new Hotel and am public Woods and John Lynn went with them. prepared than ever to accommodate the SIOO.OOO Capital Stock Good Livery attached and every convenience de The Bourbon News reports Bales of OF STANFORD, KY., ejrtd. Give me a call. RIMy fRANK cattle at 3 and Jl prem- Is now tutlyorgamted and ready lor business -- n Surplus 93 inm a head and 25 of 1,530 pounds avi r A. G. I.anham $200,000 John B. Cait'eiran. .Vttenliun u! the publi. is r.vucu n in is Bg, at 4 cents. The" owner put 530 lbs Paid up Capital of Hank bunlur is the only . A.OOl mat thisthe provisiOHs National National ill Haul Ac lot since December '95. Surplus, etch on the last of the Under depositors are secured not onh by the capita Thos. Ilenry Clay delivered yfBter-d- ty SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATION A stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor a amount equal to the slock, so mat dtpositert c 355 cattle. They BANK OK STANFORD, to Jonas Wiehl this institution are secured by a fund of 5,4CW,exx about three weeks ago at 4 Now closing up) with the same assets and use I Five sworn statements ot thecondilioli of the ban! INSURANCE COMPANY were bought considered an extra lot are made each yearto the United States govern the same management. centa and were ment and Its assets are examined at stated timri lly provisions of its chatter, depositors Ait ty government ageuts, thus securing additnoni s, of cattle f jr the price. Winchester Dem- fully protected as aio depositors in OF LIVERPOOL. and perfect safety to depositors. its shareholders being held individual' Th s institution, jniually established as th ocrat. liaole to the extent oi the amount of their stwl Deposit Hank of blautiird la iSjS, then Moscb Kahn received 71 head of ex- - therein at the par value thereol, in addition to II. ned as the National Bank ol Stanluid in iWij anr Hank the re Snhar, of amount invested in such shares. It may acta BSRBEE 8. CaSTLBMM. nnrr Pdttlu niimhaBed of A. R.pounds, at executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as lulls Stanlurd organuedas had Hirst National ualntero practically an in iS3i, hits an individual. averaging 1,000 nipted existiucoot it yi irs It is titter supplist Winchester, To those who entrusted their bulsincss MANAGERS, uuw witli taciliuea for transacting business prompt mnaging the Lincoln National haut, i 4 cents. ThiB was ono of the finest its long am y and Iiberall) tha.. eser 'je'"r-Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanics a. honorable career Accounts ol corporations, Iub bunches of cattle overproduced in Clark, trust they will continue to transact their busn-Commerce Building, JLouisville. nam firms n individ al iepctiully with us, offering as a guarantee ftr prompt . ed sty a the Sun. same, our twenty years' expciium Agents Throughout the South. Its Oiioqturv or tin. Han i oiHii..ra trot at tion to andas liberal accommodations as am o. Pat L. won the tonkins Fotostua lteid, Lincoln county, with sound banking. Lexington Friday, with Fantasy second, sistent S. 'I. Mains, Lincsrfa, DIHSCTOMS. J. Ii. CsIIm., Line is., William Penn third and Beuzetta fourth. LOCAL AGENT, I. Williams, J. VV. ltaydei,a.HfwiO, It took seven heats to decide it, each of j S. H. Shanks,Mt. Vernon, Stanford; h. il Hau:hitt.isi Libcc4K; Stanford, - - - Kentucky. the horses winning one or more. The J.S. Owsley, Stanford; J. i. HsKktr, Mii.liid, best time was 2.07J. S J. Embry, Stanford; W. A.TrlfclH.Su.itftiil, M I) kiwrro,!ytiirH'l! T. O. Yeager won the 2:17 pace at J. B. Owsley, Stanford; San Francisco. Lexington with Arthur W. He came J F Cash, Stanford; Portland I.f. mil, laul.ifo William GoochSunlord; l.lilKT MminMv; K. ..To the. fifth the first heat, won the next two, ll lr. Mt. A. W.'.Carpenter, Milleduevill. l. was 11th the fourth; eighth the fifth and W.'ll.,Curomius,1l'rcsches i ) MiKin CifiiU ' ; Mil i.n, Unhlxr; won the sixth. The race waB a hot one S., H. Sranks, President. ivu. ,.Via 'the M A A m 1.1, Astt.Ciihicr Dr. J.'B. Owsley,.Cashier, from start to finish. His best time was . Bright 21c. Dentist, Stanford, Ky. O. B. The marriage of Mr. Robert Pryor and IVIiss Stella Walker at Georgetown, was a brilliant social event. Messrs. Field & McCracken have paid out over S300 for geese OVERCOATS and SUITS; alone in the last 10 days, says Troy ttanner. Cheaper than you can buy them anywhere. Call and see and j'ustify j ouriself. Bottio V. Logan, Low Price. desiring Locust I'jsts for p.ank fence, post and railing or wue fmce.Can hnd want at my store near Cedar Creek, on what they the pile leading from Crab Uichard to Manford I also keen alwas s on hand a rood supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building pur First Class Turnouts, I'rompt Attention, Very .Ml pwsM poses, Uo boards and shingles Reasonable Kates A ortHin of your palronsge Is any article of this kind can call on me at rcspeitlully solicited ilrm, mvsiore near Cedar Creek C W MMtLKiON. 16, V- June THK HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, Kontuckv. Jlf St. Asaph Carriage Co., M. Ky. CoT W. JOECITSOIT, Is Aged for The Miss BARKER HOUSE, Stanford, New York Lile Ins. Co. And The FAIR WARNING, fta oe Somerset, Kentucky (.i THE COAL i GLOBE, us Uir warniRg We want to give th ne who that we shall gise them two ek moir tu settle up with us, and if they do not ome up in that c jum. id ll.e haiuls of tlsne, we shat put their MtH-vlli.A l.KKKK. another. Aotna Accidont Insurnnco Company. and Mcwt l'avnrahl Terms el Insjranc Ilswt r HO. will take all the hides on HIID nn fcr s.ash .r ib tiadetor leather (el Court days at Manlord or at my home ta I I can RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A fo-- l Residence House in Stanford, w th store bouse on same lot. lor sale. 1 ho kt ontsins re, and can ) easily divtdeil, pulling store ', ai Suuu ana resident e on se; arate lots. At reasonable jir.ee and 1 n caar terms Apply to I N jjtf U MlfcR- -. aianlord. Ky C Olten-hel- Chas knrtip. I snner 1 THE RILEY HOUSE J. K. VanArsdalo, DKALKK IN Farmers Bank&Trnsi to GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods J. T. JOITES, Tin &. Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. &&& two-vear-o- ld 23.700 at the Lowest Prices. Be Sure to Give Him a Call. Sole proprietor Dian'a lliack Diamond Kool ralnl Kstimates furnished for palming W...I, Metal and Iiou Roots. balliUcli.il uaranitrd. All roots painted with Dean s Hlack Diai.end Faint guarantcrd lur ) cars Deilus In bt.tl.is-ter- n I'umps and Ga'vaa'ed Iron 1'iltrrs, Galsan-Ue- d and lilack lion Roonng uf all kinds si II Nation-Hank- -- Srf-- iu Cooke's ITOEIi DEALERS Good, Clean. Cheap In exchange. c& SOIT, IN COAL, Niar Railroad Crossing. Last of Depot, STANrORD, KV. . . Com and Hay takrn Come and see us. m li- - Sarsaparilla WILL CURIi) Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, lloils, I'ustulcs, Kczcma, Tester, of the blood and and all diseases FOR, S-&.XE. W. i. free-for-- all TBIBBIiH, -- I NOBTIBLWEST I I 2. 12 1. W M. Tel Makes You Well. : T. : STJTTOIT, Indigestion, constipation and dyskidney and liver disease pepsia, UNDERTAKER, yield to its curative powers and when cured it HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. ar Keeps You Well. o people Oilers his lr Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acre ul Land, tor Date. Has on it a good, D welling of Nx Rooms, and all necessary outbuildings One yard hydrant and one for wi teriog stock, also a splendid, never falling wtil. For luithcr particulars apply to J AS. 1 1IMI.K. Manfotd, Ky. J le J. William Arnold bought 'iJMISjIUQjyAtBJtjrtrllCAtoBTl' Only.Diniug Car Route From Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address TO CHICAGO. 1 rKANK J. REID,) G. f. Agent, Chicago, f or. f I E. i. r. H.BACON , . L.UU1BV11JC Be sure to call for Monon Route. Denver. IF VOU St Paul. aKlUUINo. ......THE LOUIBVILLC . NASHVILIC R. R Is the line for you, as its Daily Trains double close connections at Make, ErOOISVILLE And 0IN0INNAT1 For all points. WR0UGbagT(1acShSe0cLkDkd roranyJuformaUonreor through ptrtieslCO yearling purpoeeB at from 3 to 3 cents. Hiram Jett'sfarmof 100 acres looted for $200. Forty acres of corn brought $1.05 in the field; 34 stock hoga, 100 to 125 pounds, 3.15 -- Register. Tae rise in wheat continues, End experienced observers of the market are now talking about dollar wheat. The riio is due to the heavy foreign demand anl is most pronounced at San Francisco, from which point wheat in large quantities is leaving tho country for India. U II. Crow writes from Shelby City: I have just Bold Birdie Simmons to be shipped to Austria, for a good price Though never started in a race eho could trot three heats in 2 20. I yet own hei d im and two half sisters, one by Temple Hr, 2:173, the other by Gambetta Wi krs, 2:19h These fi lies promise to be eveu better than Birdie Simmons. The Glen Agnea Stock Farm, in Jefferson county, the property of the late Nick Fmzer, 360 acres, sold nt auction foris'JGOper acre. The impiovementB on the farm alone coat Mr. Finzer A large number of thoroughbred stallions, mare3 and weanlings eold for an agnregtta of 19,033 The stallion, Imp Ejthen, brought $10,000 by J. U. Linn, who also bought the farm. 170,-00- of variouB cattle for fepding -- Sold in Lincoln county by the ol West Lie- services oln and Casev Cuuntles. full stock of Cortina snd Caskets always on hand D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. 05 3' -- 1 s? n rr O p 3 ? 3 -I 3 hi 1 I b2 X Vli -- . 3 s4 g: in 0 x ? Pi " -- T' " sI s-n n S- .- O 11 f$f 'S' 1I " fe3 IIBBmijlH IV-fssMKOfas- llnUPjriaHsBBIl I W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. NOTICE ! " Penny's Drug Store, Craig & I locker, Having bought of J, W. Adams las Coal l'lsnt and good will at Rowland, Ky ,1 will continue the W. C. Wolford, Ilustonvillc. Coal Business at said place XV, T. SAUNDKRS will have charge of it as ie is well known In that F. B. Twidwell, end ot the counly 44 J. II. HIGGINS J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. A. S. PRICE, J. F. Alstott, Powers. J Beazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. Surgeon M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Dentist, iTffl3v Yours for Health, Stanford, Ky. &c2 Jamks T. Cookic, Office over McRoberts' Drup Store Ilarrodsburg, Ky. the Owsley . Building. 111 i Ul Superior Plumbing By n workman of ! M, S. Ha 'giimn. J. W. HaI'GHMAK, a J O p v .S.&J.W.Baughman, rnorniKTOKS - 3 p g 8 -. Y Q 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water 01oEot3, Frostproof Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs Asteclatty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE. Gilt edge reference In ard out ol the State. Ask your Danville friends about my woik. LIVERY, FEED & SALE 3 a. O 3. , s '" cr 5. o 3 ft w p 01 -- t u yi I STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-cla- Ii you need lisery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable, See us or rates. ln cur ss c n a. Cu 3 n si f'sE Z f- - j T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House Ilutldlng, Danville, Ky. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. hrst-clas- s 'Ity our hoise sheer. work and satlsfact ry Stanford, Ky WMWw