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Of Bright's disease after nn 12 Mc- electors ..ml one Brvan elector. illness of nearly two mouthy, Mr. Archi- -' count Knocked ll(j from, So many voters nurkod i mi urn-an. after tho first bald Kavanaugh Denny died at his horns' llurnrtin'fl plurality in Boylo. mime on t Mr Uryun has Issued on iiildreHH to tlio inline) of under in this county surrounded by hia wife, John Khea'H mnjorily is 2US War- the party devim. Umi blmiUnlllHlHof lhn United Stated in which S. K. Kasb children and brothers at midnight on ' ren county r.ivo him 737 majority. the first on rh of republican elec- the 5th, aged 03. The disease eflectedl he clfers hopo and encotirnKuinent. "No -- The republican cantlidtito for tors, is hiMdie i v.i .m 'ahead of bis mind and fur several weeks he has came," he myp, "aver luil Btipportera in North Carolina waa elected by tjie lastHevri Iking overstocked in the following lines and crowded for room I more brave, earneut anil dovoted than 7,000 elefor mi the republican list. been nii2onsci()ii8 end therefore left no majority. The eamo w trun uh those who hnvu espoused the caubu of hi W. B. dying word of cotMoUtinn to his fami-- 1 have decided to Mr. flanna enyu ho does not caro for Smith, the linul on "the ly, thoiwh an of Bryan elecruetulllam. They have fought from con- iwiyrlllco. of his hope of a lie turn too much tirivmn tors and Iiis colli unties li.It is not likely happy viction, nnd have loiiirlit with all tho resurrerton was not necessary. thrft Smith will Kventn UI"UU,B" o HttemJ to. r.eai which conviction inspirit, more votes) than the His daily Hf and ,U fifm trust in the Itri-r.. . ...I... I I... " 'ale Cl A1" UBt republican elector, nnd tho sliver promises nf God assure them thnt hoving wlllprovB whether they nro rlKht or l,n over 13 000. although It never men hopo that they may got wrong. Having done their duty as they in several kept the faith, the crown ol righteoos-ne- ss electors in tho oamo way. Courier Jourwhich vs laid up for him has been Baw it, they have nothing to regret. b cieciHii io uonzrees nal. given by the righteous Judge, Whose Tho friends of biinotullisin have not by ..uum kiuuu the detnocrHta of Tennessee. All is Among the official advisers of Gov. promises are never broken. Mr Denny A beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, 'Watches, BricA-Brac- , been vauoulshed; they have simply been Cut not gloom and darkneao, anyway. Wolcott, of Massachusetts, in the execu- wis born in Garrard county and of his Glass and believe that the gold overcome.-'TheChinaware, Jardtniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Lamps, Democrat. tive council of 1S90, will sit a standard is a conspiracy of the money brothers and sisters there survive Mrs -- Only ono bolting democrat was n Negro, Isaac B. Allen by name. Elizibeth Denny, Mrs. Isaac Pearson and Picture Frames, Bibles, changers against the welfare of tho elected to Gougreea. Breckinridge, When Allen waa nominated no one Messrs. W. K., A. It. aud J. N. Denny, race, and until convinced of their Patterson and the rest of the crew dreamed will continue tho warfare that he would come within sev- all like him, good citizens and Christians error they got Inglnriouslr left. en rows of apple trees of election against it. When war's dreadfnl alarm sounded, Had Tji California delegation in the Na- such a No party ever labored under groater been so much as he espoused the cause of the land be tional House of Representatives will dreamed of, the republicans of the dis- loved and joining Capt. Robert Logan's In endless variety. embarrassment against so great odds, but Much care has been devoted to the selection of of tho admlnlstrK stand: Three republican, two populiBta trict would never have nominated him. company in Col. Grlgsby'a regiment, did lnspltuof the efforts and two silver democrats. these lines. Unmatchable Styles and Unapproachable Prices will Bat the tidnl wave that swept the State valiant service for tho Lost Cause. He tlon ami its supporters; in spite of the The vote In Knox was McKinley i last Tuesday carried him Into the State was with Morgan on his famous raids move them quickly. At and below Cost from now on. of money loauers at home and threats Bryan 833, Oolson 1,610; White 453, house and rendered tho council unani- and suffered with his gallant band, the abroad; in spite of the coercion practiced Bhck 901. Burnam's majority for judge mously republican for the first timo in privations and horrors of prison life. At by corporations and employers; in spite in spite of an of the court of appeals is 1.2S5. half a century. Allen is an old Virginia the close of hostilities he returned home of trusts and syndicate; A dispatch from Richmond saya reNegro. and went to work to retrieve his fallen Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions. enormous republican campaign fund, and Hustonville, Ky. publicans and sound money democrats spite of the intluence of a hostile daifortunes. After a year or two he married in celebrated McKinley's election at Valley SUELB Y AND JUNCTION CITY. Miss Bettio Givens, of this county, a ly pre, bimetallism has almost triumphView. A beautiful combination to bo daughter of the late Jackson Givens, who ed in its first great fight. The loss of a Mrs. Boice is building a neat little sure. few States, and that, too, by a very small bore lilm tbree sons, Richard G , James On Tuesday night thero gathered in cottage on tho J. L. Rose lot near the cor G, and A. Logan Denny, all of whom are plurality, has defeated bimetallism for Mr. Mark Hanna's rooms at republican ner of Oakland and Shelby streets, Juncliving. His second wife was Miss Pattie the present, but bimetallism emtrges headquarters, tion City. to receive andirejoice over from the contest stronger than it was four Givene, a daughter of Mr. Richard GivMiss Terah Moore went over to tho election returns, 2l,gentIemon whoso mouths ago. ens, deceased, and she with one daughSaturday to visit the bedside ot wealth aggregates 1253,000,000, Bays tho The republicans held ont the delusive her uncle, Deputy Sherilf W. L. Young. ter, Miss Isabella Ditnny, survive. New York Journal. hop" of international bimetallism, gold At the age of 10. Mr. Denny united Mr, Bryan traveled 10,000 mi'oi and She roturned Monday. standard democrats have publicly Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Lyons have with the church of his father, tho Presmade 529 speeches in 27 States. No man Who is to be the next President of the United States. the election of the Indianapolis byterian, ilfTd on moving to this county ever made the personal eirort he did, nor taken rooms at Mrs. Bettie Williams', the ticket, .while thoy labored Hucrotly for tho after a ehort residence' in Madison, aft-- r have so many people ever seen the can- bride's mother. Mr. Lyons ie engaged election of the republican ticket. The first marriage, he joined the church didate for the presidency ot a great par- in the lumber business with his father in hu trusta and corporation have tried to exa. Danville, where he wbb soon made an Casey county ty. That goods are now cheaper than thev will be apain. cite ii fear of lawlessness while thoy have elder. Finding it more convenient to Mr. W. T. Richardson has moved inGov. Bradley hn appointed n now I worahip heic he transferred his member-tdii- p been defying tho law, and Americau We have a large stock on hand at the lowest pries goods State board of eijualiz ition to aucciod to his new store-roowhich he has bui'.t and was soon honored njain with finaro era have boaitod that thoy were were ever bought. democratic board whnio terms just ex- opposite Mr. HuddleBon'n butcher shop, e.eution to the eldership, which he held tho custodians of National honor while pired, Mr. Ruben Goocher, en old Stanford as follows: Kd 1'nrkir, London; at the time ol his death. He was rarely they were secretly bartering away the Capt. Martin, Munfordville; It. boy, is behind the counter for him. flnanqlal Independence. ever absent from his seat and was an nation's Meusrs. Rowland Burchell and Jack Lexlngtou; W.;A. Bullock, BowlNo personal or political friend need earnest worker and liberal giver for the Watson, of Mitchellsburg, came up Sat- cause he loved. Though highly With toe people that ours i buy the best a giievebecatns of my defeat. My ambi- ing Green. respectIn response to offer for his services urday night with their guitars and ren ed leglsla yuous lur me least money. and lived for his mnnv exeellnnt. tion hrt been to secure immediate at from LV,000 to 150,000 per annum, Mr. dered pome p!oa.unt tunes to a crowd of traits of character by his neighbors and tiott rather than to n iv Mm honors if Bryan slid: "I will devototho next four friends at the McCollum House. oillcw. Thuefore, defeat brings to me no coiintymen, it was in his family circle years to the cause of bimetallism. I shall Dr. Jackson Giveus, of Pittsburg, Spekiu for fueling of personal that his hileitionute nature aud tender every otfort in my power to ad- was with his brother, Mr. George Givene, feelings were thoroughly wife who has shared my tabord, as exercise understood. His That Severance & Son undersell all competitors in Dry tie vance the cause McCollum House wll hb for myself, I desire to Hiy that wo the piioplo," of eilver, the money of at thoTurner, of LebanonSaturday. Mrs waa a model home and the affection Goods, clothing and Shoes. Jack Junction, was him and his wife and children was hve been amply repaid for all that we Tim pluralities in Kentucky reported with her mother, Mrs. George Welle, Sat beautiful to uitnesB. h ive done. In the love of million of our by districts ar: For Bryan, 1st, 12,010. urdny and Sunday. no kinJIy expressed, in tooR a Always n democrat, mt. Meters. R. L. Grubba and Jas. Phil- great iuter;8t in political matters aud in knowledge gained by peissnai contact Ud,0.1ll;.1J,18S; i'li, 3,301; 0th, 1.0S5! 7th, 1,000; 10th, 09-- ', total 29.0C0. For lips have built new barns on their lots at the late contest was chuirmau of the with tho people, and In broadened sym compensation lor McKinley, 5th, 12,390; 8th, 2.3S0; 9th, 281; Shelby City. Messrs. R. L, Grubbs nnd campagn committee. He was a most pathies, wo find full H,;tS'J. total 2V.5I3, giving him a Wm. Coovert built the front fenco to the enthusiastic Brvan mau and went to work whatever etrorts wo have put forth. Our lllh, We buy for Cash and sell for Cash: majority over Bryn by thisjcoiuit of 537. Shelby City echool yard last week, so it to carry the county for him, but death have been touched by tho devohearts J. A. Gray, of.near I.ittlo Rock, Ark., i? now ready for Arbor Day, the 10:h. claimed nim for his own and soon pnded tion of friends aud our lives shall prova eHVctlon which bet his farm of 100 acres on Bryan's elecThe following is a truo account of the career marked by deeds of goodness our appreciation of too and Friday made his lucky opponent theshco'lng of W.L.Young. He, with to hia fellowman. Tho fiinenl services we prize as tho richest rowar.l which this tion a deed in full to it. Gray said the result Mr. Samuel Rarrick, who was unarmed, wero brought. conducted by Rev. S. M. Logan at campaign has 03 K tho facecf an enemy rejoicing injts rubbed him of a home aud (left him al- went to a Negro portion of NicholaBville the Presbyterian church here Saturday In victory, let tho roll be called for the en most costless, but that the bet was mado ut 11 i'. m. Monday night, Nov. 2d, to morning and then a long concourse, of good faith and that ho was not going serve warrants on two Negroes, Bob Stefriends saw the body consigned to tho gagement ond urge all friends of bimet- in s'l bIIc glance to tho to repudiate it. venson and John Smith. When he came earth in Buffalo Cemetery. allism to ronow their .'. Sweet Oaoii democrats are indignant near them, Stevenson Slid: "You'll nevA good man bus fallen and the people IV cause If we are right, as I believe we s. .to with the family in deepest sorrow wehlmll yet triumph. Uutil con- that Btliy Breckinridge should threaten er come after ub any more, wo'll put yor s are, 'uo more be seen by men. victed of his error, let each ndvocitu of to contest fie election of Settle. A dis- out ol the way," and immediately fired a tniw 0 All the o. . llonfederate soldiers in the is bimetallism contluuo tho work. Let all patch from Cveuton says: The talk pistol at Mr. Young, who turned to get v 1.1. organlzttion about a primary invalidating a general behind a tree, but before ho could do so vicinity acled as honorary poll bearers ti.ver clubs retain their PS yBest Brands. New and First and Best Quality. dwinding numbers and regular meeting? and circulate lit- election for no further reason than that Smith fired twice at him with a hold and their ono of which grsz3d his zld appeiraoce showed that it v erature Our opponontH have succeeded tho two were held on the Istina dy is 0e -- $i 'XI $t hive in tlits campaign and must now put their considered bj the lawyers tiere as too right shoulder, nnd side of his face and long before a of tho gallant i. ti of talking silly for serious consideration. other penetrated his left leg, just crossed over the river to the theories to tho test, instead cdtr the If tho incumbents n tiro when they abovo tho left kneo. After ho fell he re! Either in Duck or Leather. Now is the time to buy. myBtorloiiBly about" 'sound money' and shade of the trees. V dollar;' they must now olab become eligible to do eo on full pay, ceived a p'stol shot in the left lejj below an honest President-elec- t McKinley will have tho the knee. He has two ecalp woundB The quantity of banaunas Bbipped orato aud defend a tinancltvl system. EvV ery step taken by them Miould bo pub. appointment during his term of two which he can not tell how ho received. from West India and adjacent ports to judges of the supreme court, three mem- He was not unconscious, but called two the United States ro v amounts 13,000,-00- 0 . . . Bllver clubs." . . llc.y cntiHldered by the T??2t of tho supremo bench of the Dis- old Negro men, who wheeled him up or 11,000.000 bunches annually, valTho year 1000 Ih no fur away. Before bers t'jot yenr arrives international bimetal- trict of Columbia, three members of the town, where they met Mr. Rarrick and ued at considerably over 120,000,000. court of claims ami a number of circuit his brother coming to meet them. Mr. lism will cease to deceive; before that Mrs. Calvin Tavlor, of Forked River, and district judge?. Rarrick had run nt the first fire, being N. J., presented her husband with tripyearHrrivrs thoeo who have called Against Mr. Bryan this year every unarmed. Mr. Young never had time to gold standard democrats wi'l bo letstwo boys and a girl. The boys have be with us or they agency of capitalism and cupidity was ar- draw his pistol. He lives near Keene, been named McKinley and Hobart and come blmotalllsta and rayed. For hia overthrow the most enor- about eight miles from Nicholasville, and will become republicans and thus open girl for h wifn of Mnrk Hanna. mous campaign fund known to American as he was bo seriously wounded, he was the .DEALERS IN. enemiee; before that year arrives trusts politics was expended, while in his be- taken to the jail whore his friend, Mr. Tint Hitting ration, will have convinced Btlll more people t- i n i "What will Senator Sorghum do if half pninies were available where his foes U. A. Wolch, the jsiler, and his sister, 13 that a trust is a menace to private wel- had dollars. Against rairL-cs,- ' bo's defeated?" him tho sinister Miss Welch, together with his wife, Mrs. before that year fare and to public safety; "Oh, " replied tho rural constituent, ageuciesof corruption, coercion and in- Krthor Young, and other relatives, are arrives tho evlla of a gold standard will "ho'll git ready tcr run ng'iu." Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. timidation were cruelly employed. Yet, taking caro of him. Mr. Young is a be oven more evident than they are now despite "And wlint courso will ho pursuo if all he has made a better showing Knight of Pythias and they have a train- ho's nnd tho people will then bo ready to policy for at the polls than Harriion in 1S92, and as ed nurse, Mr. Johnson, who with the "Sumo ez usual. Ho'll git ready ter an American financial good as Cleveland in 1SSS. help of Dr. Welcn, hope to pull him run iig'iu." WnshiiiRtoii Star the American people and will join with After boing convinced that he had through without the loss of his leg, Mrs Give us a call and be convinced. Jfj ua in tho immediate restoration of the Had llcru There lleforc. lost, Mr. Bryan sent the following tele- W. i:. Grubbs is at the bedside of Mr, unlimited coinogo of gold nnd free ond . HC Mother Don't cat your pio now, gram to Maj. McKinley: "Senator Jones Young's little daughter, Joluunc. Uuvo it until tho lust. Bilverat the present legal ratio of 10 has just informed me that the returns Intz Moore, who is quite low of typhoid to 1, without waiting for the aid or con- indicate your election Johnnie Say, maw, I don't distrust yV Tr nnd I hasten to ex- fever Mr. Kph Young, of Nicholasville, you, but tho kid who swiped iny pio at sent of any other Nation. tend my congratulations. We liaveBiib Mr. Young's cousin, is abed of rheumatho picnic said tho samo thing. Adams -- In the little State of Rhode Island mitted tho issue to the American peo- tism. Truly "misfortunes never come Freeman. ple and their will is law," S singly." Bob Stevenson was captured the polls stay open from 0 a. m to i. M. Looking. Maj. McKinley responded: I acknow'-edg- e Tueedty morning while milking a cow Davis, of OirclevUle, O., lost his Sol "They nro n curious couplo." Metal Roofing, tho receipt of your courteous mes "Yea?" resson when he heard that Brvnn wim sage of congratulation with thanks, Hnd with a pistol by hia Bide. He is in jail now. John smith is Btlll at largj, but "Yes. Sho enrea for nothing on earth defeated and he has been placed in an beg you will receivo my best wishes for the whole county is after him and if but looks nnd ho well, ho's very I'sylum. your heajth and hnppiuees. visiounry.' Detroit Tribune. caught, he and Stevenson will be The Gufibmnn Shoo Co., of Auburn, The bitterness of defeat is sweetened a raiBO di.nl t with. Me,, which promised its employes Hit Initlilo l'cckut. elected, has reduced by the permanent retirement to private Shingles, Etc. if McKinley ws Sho has pocket In hor jacket; llfeofMim Pollard's Willie Boy. He Nellie Ballon, the old Sue hen poclcuU Ju licr dress; wegfa 10 percent. C. iiis Sho ban puckuta in hor bloomers -- Au lowaman tried to kill himself injected this odorous personality into the daughter and only child ot Mr. and Mrs. And mobt everywhere, I guc&i, fight in city, in the interest of Mc- Robert E. Gaines, died Saturday night And .hu thruBta hor dainty fingers when he heard that Bryau was defeated. Kinley. Ho accepted a republican nomibeof whooping cough and bronchitis after lu n wuy that makes mo start will likely wish he had aucceedod He In thu llttlo Inside pocket nation in his own distiiut. His every a week's illness. After funeral services expires. That Ilea Just abovo her heart, fore McKi'oley's term would Btnrvo to act was a betrayal of former friends and at the house at 3 p. m, Sunday, by Rev. For not Ionic "KO 1 i;avo to her -F- earing that he WILLIAM SHELTON, A photograph of mine. a renunciation of former political princi- S. M. Logau, the little body was laid ffdministra-tiodeath under a'eouud money And Bho vowed thnt on her bosom Studenunj. Teachers 7. All ipeclaliits. Thorough couriei in Lit.n. Greek, French, Eneluh ples. The peoplo of the Bluo Gross hon- away in Buffalo Cotnete'ry. This Is the Muiic, Art and Elocution. Situated in the fa mom Jlluo It foravur should recline. Unoas Smith, n prominent farmer, Mathcmttict, Natural and Moral Science.Tor healthluinessof chauto, beauty of scenery, refinement But her tantulizluir manner ored themselves in refusing to be further second child tbay havo lost in a short Grass tctiou ot Kentucky; distinguished residing near Murfreesboro, Tenn., comof society. Fall Soaston opens Soptomber 7. Refoiedacidinj where you will seo I your dauahter Ofton ClHi mo with despair, bia throat with dishonored by BrccHnridge. Louisvillo time aud much sympathy is felt for bo sure to write for Our Now Catalogue. Address, next year, Till my heart growa weary, longing mitted suicide by cutting MRS. NANNIE S. S AUFLSY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Xy. Critic. a tf Just to know that it is there. their. a razor. Now York Sunday Journal. HimftuUium, 0 VEIiCOMJi, NOT l'.l NQ VISIM D, Sityi IJryan ot one of Delaware's mi three j Jr. Hrf VOtP!. -- Kentucky wi.l protuWv have , I run-e- not i- -t A SURVIVAL OF THE MSI. pov-rrn- or i)Mt-iu- , "'il"ocrlo "V o "'' 7 ... gl Close Out For 30 Days For Spot Cash, y Oyn-thiai- m full-blood- ed hn-ma- Jo-sla- b ty Jewelry And Groceries. F. B. TWIBWEIULp - 2,-2- 37, Nich-olasvil- le It is Settled advo-cite- d It is Settled It is Settled McMi-otiae- l, AT- - tcpcrto I lo. It is Settled be-twi- cu fjllaw-dtiniii- s, SEVERANCE & SON. -- g 3 $ 0iri3crrrri.iriri4 -- .. ..,.... HUNTERS' SUPPLIES. i I 1 LOADED BLLS CARTRIDGES. A DID a double-h.irrelshotgu- 1 LEGGINS. ..'! W. B. MoBOBBRTS. a them-bbIvi-- h tIS i GRAIS & HOCKER rugs, Gri;emicculs, r Uils, do-ma- t It Pays to Deal with a Cash Houss. J -- nine-year-o- ld t .. Doors, Sash and Blinds, 3 hi sum-mnrinll- y I R! A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. COIiXiEGE. President. THE STANFORD FEMALE n, ,Hj friiafctfrfTiAyif. "I'Ht m' r.'feSI nif n llfiltt IfrK fctr .iit . f,m$i0 fnmm's iipy!tlilMliMrtW ii Miafcl In an interview cabled from Paris to JOIfKHfil the New York Herald, Mr. Wattereon expre'sos gratification over the result of the election, which he says was won by Stanford. Ky., Nov. 10, 1896 the aid ol sound monoy democrats, who will likely continue in the alliance with the republicans if "Mr. McKinley, who W. P. WALTON. is one of the best of men and most pa- though n radical pro triotic of cit tectionist, sli 1 not insist on the asserAlthough it will not fleet the result, or McKinlt'y has votee to pparo in the tion of his doctrine and its embodiment electoral college, 't is Rreat connolation into law, or the proeeriptive spirit cf the to democrats to know that it ttiB repub Bryan democrats makes n further coali cans have carried Kentucky it is by the ti n impoeslble." At any rate he thinks ekin of their teeth, their claimed plural- tht the only chance for democracy, in its ity being lies trmn 600, which Ih uot reorganization on that fraud of frauds, conceded. That there, havi been RrcBa fie Indianapolis p'atfortn, good enough frauds, especially in the 11th, which is la itself, but used for a purpose base and claimed for McKinley by 14.3S0. there Is ignoble. Mr. Watturson ought to come little doubt. Negroes were imported homo and ho will then see that even he, from Tennessee by the hundreds, alter with all his omnicienc1, is dreadfully havirp voted there. At Middlesbbio mistaken. INTERIOR i V alono conclusive evidence has been secured which shows that 149 fraudulent votes were mb for the republican ticket in that city. These votes were challcDR-ed- , but under the ruling of the judges allowed to be cast. A good they deal of crookedness is also charged to have been perpetrated in Louisville. The democrats have already taken steps for a contest and they are determined that tl e democracy of Kentucky shall not be robbed of a fairly won victory bo bnve employed lawyers and will finht for their rights to the bitter end. Kentucky is democratic in spite of republican rascality, bolting democrats and other kindred evils and by tbo Eternal she is not going to be cheated out of her dues. wt-r- It Ik pretty hard to sutler defeat, but there is no use in taking it too much to heart. The majority rules in governmental aflAira hb it ehould in political. Had this democratic rule been observed the result would have been ether wise, but why speculate? Wo are b9at and that's the end of it at present. One of the most incongrnous things of the late very incongruous campaign was the eight of Enmett Logan's graceful form ami handsome features in the republican lino, shouting two times for Mc for the decoy duck ticket We know him too well and love him too much to charge that such exploits were agreeable to him. In fact we know that it sat veiy badly oa bis stomach, occe or twice coming near to making him throw Borry for him and still feel it up. We .that way, so much so that when he has 'thoroughly purged himself and made the Times show forth deeds meet for repentance, we wilt let him back to the democratic fold again and welcome him as a long lost brother, and bid him go and sin no more. Meantime, tno iold of the National democracy vrill remain hospitable for all the sicnara who shall knock at its gate in a. contrite spirit. Louisville Times. If this isn't the eubliinity of gall and cheeky there was never a correct demonstration of it. Are you daft enough to suppose that 200,000 true democrats in the good State of Kentucky will allow the handful of boltera and turncoats to dominate party affairs? If so you are reck oning without your host. The dog is entirely too large for a little tail like yours to wag it. Whkn the gold bug democrats were claiming 50,000 yotes in Kentucky for their ticket wo said it would not receive 5,000, The result shows that we overestimated. It got less than 4.000 votes and did not carry a precinct in the Union. It is said that Simon Bolivar Buckner is not averse to receiving the Italian mission for his services for the republican cause In the late, election, but the powers that be will hardly think so much of him. How would it dp to send blni to Hell espont ? Chairman Koukhth, of the republican committer, issues a bulletin that Kentucky has gone for McKinley by 411. 44 ? It would suit Why not sy the understanding of a majority of those who voted that ticket better. 4-- Kinly to one McKiNLEy gots 100 more votes in the electoral college tnan Bryan, but that' not near so bad bb Cleveland beat Harrl-B3The democratic party is in pretty good shape, we thank you, notwithstanding its foes within and wirhout. U. Don't forget that there are 1 62S un- purchased and unpuichBsable democrats in Lincoln county, who can not be beguiled from the pUh of duty by yellow gold or the siren sing of Hanna and life cohorts. One of the prohibition electors voted for last Tuesday has been dead over a year, but that makeB no difference. A djad man can do aa much as the beet of the electors on that ticket. i The laat Itichnvm t Bagister was unusually full of good parting shots at the fonght a rids. Editors Woods and Mr. Wu. R.msiington, junior editor of good fight and fell with their face to the the Paris Kentuckian, is realizing that foe. troubles come not single, but in battal-lionA few weeks ago he lost by death ADDITIONAL LOCAL. his only child, a beautiful daughter, and Watch work at DtnKs.' Saturday death ugain invaded his houses s. hold, taking therefrom a loving and genGuakity entertainment Nov. 20th. tle wife. Truly his cup of sorrow overHousk full of nowgooda at Severance flows and the sincerest sympathy la felt ' & Son's. for him. ; Tub election of Barnaul, republfoan, will not change the- political standing of the court of appeals. It will still be democratic by a majority of one, Judge Landes, who was appointed by Oov. Bradley to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Grace, having been defeated by Judge White in tho 1st district. Coun wanted. man, Stanford. M.S. &J. W. Biugh- . certain republican in Stanford won $2,500 on the result. m m It is told iturn u Infirmary, Friday evening, Nov. 20th. Oalbdosun charily bed Joeeph Price Sample saddles, bruise, blankets &c at wholesale prices at Higgina & McKin-ne- v. It u for McKinley, by rolling up over tax lists, which had been wrongly made majority for Bryan. Its Congressional out. delegation is democratic with one exception and the eloquont Bailey is among "Prejudice, ignorance, Negro votes the majority. and money are what did it" says Mr. Jas. Dadderar, and most of us can Bee where We were never able during the canvass be is right. to find which Bide the Covington Commonwealth was on. Now that it is over The Lincoln County Medical Society would it mind tilling whether it was on will bold a special session hero Nov. 17, thiB side of the fence or the other, or be- B i Secretary W. B. O'Bannon notifies the twixt and between, that la to eay astride members. of it. Nearly every man that we meet, who A glance at the map of tue Stated car- voted for him, saya "I am for Bryan four ried by Bryan shows that so far as terri- years hence, when bll hades can't beat tory is concerned, he is out of fight of him for the presidency." McKinley, but unfortunately the McThe tobacco barn vi Henry Mills, who Kinley States represent the larger por- lives on Gilberts Creek, burned 8unday tion of tho population. together with about 4,000 pounds of toBowling Green bacco. It is not known how it caught. Beo. Woods, ol the l. Courier, ia neither cast down nor In a fight between John Price and He says the cause of bimetallism is Tom Goode, near Kidd's Store a few days undying a,nd that the world, the fleeh ago. the former was shot just above tho and the devil can not prevent Its success heart. Ho was in a critical condition at in 1900 -- -last reports. "The opposition papers are making The question now agitating the minds much ado over the fact that McKinley of some of them is whether or not Mr. carried Bryan's city, ward and precincti McKinley will reward the as it that proved anything. Many a com- Bound money democrats. Certainly if munity entertains angels nnawarea. he is not devoid of appreciation he will Breckinridge will give them something. A good, fat office It is said that Billy two ought to go to the Lincoln ctftinty contest. Of course he will and Hunter or $2,000 they will get crowd who worked bo hard for hia suctoo. Both need the cess, r out of it to retrieve their fallen fortune. hope-lofcfd Mr. 8. H. Shanks Bold to R. B. tude to the sound money democrats lir Edrington yested-a houso and lot in their services in the campaign. It is in Uustonville for $1,000. his power to pay this deht. How many Attend O. M. Spoonainore's sale of of them will he make permanent land, cattle, hogs, farming implemepts, oflicen? by giving thf-licana H. Helm, appignee. &c. Saturday. lie to The Texas democrats give tbo The county court spent the short time the Hanna lihol that the State would go it was in suesion yesterday by correcting 100,000 President Elect McKinley pays the the whole country owes a debt of grati- Salb. ... m Thk Bfveral children In this connty who were named tor the democratic nominee for presidont may yet see thnt grand man In the presidential chair. Hbli'Imi tho poor is a loan to your Unless thero is a wonderful chanpo it Creator. Charity enterulnmen t at Wal will bo monstrous hard to beat William ton's Opera Houae, Friday evening, 20th. Jennings Bryan in 1000. A woman gave birth to a bouncing boy Not Foh Liku. Tho court of appeals while passing through Kings Mouutain has reveraed Judge S.inll y'8 decls ion in paBenger the thecasoof Will Brown, tho Neuro, who tunnel on a South-bouo'.her day. wasaontupfor lile for' mealing, t tho . June term of court. It will be rememThr Cincinnati Enquirer advises all bered that Urown waa convicted in three Dive into these prices. Wc make the strong, who have bets nn the result in Kentucky cases nnd Judge Snufley hold that tho est bid for your patronage in these important to hold up until the State board canvapa-ethird couvic ion gave him a life sentence and reliable items this week, and we are prepartho vote or tho co irts decide the ques- in the poJitenliary. Tho decision holds' ed to serve you to your entire satisfaction. tion of which side ia entitled to the State. that the hw in providing a lib sentence There arc all In tho enntemptcase against J. F. Hay, for a third convicticn dot not apply Judge Satil'oy granted time for him to when all three c invidious ure obtained file a wrltton rmpinsa and It hai not at onoaud tho name titn, which who cer tbo law if nn plain been acted on yet It is doubtful, if there tainly the intoht Tno object was clearly to ly expressed was intentionwas any contempt, that it keip criininiilfl from n further cotnmis-- n al. . oi of crime aiU'r their drat Htuttcnce. Shot George Lewie, who lives near Here that will set tongues to wagging when the Uu.imiTiufl. Mr utd Mrs J. S. OwsHales Well, accidentally shot himself in news gets out. 75c for a pair of splendid lox t'ae right shoulder while hunting Friday ley, Jr, eutertained verv handsomely 4 White Mankets with Fancy Borders. 75c Friday evening in honor of th Mr Bisters, The wound is a very uglv one, but for a Large Sized Comfort. 25 d07.cn colored Mtfses Betilah McElwain, of Franklin, thinks it will not prove Laundered Shirts, cheap at 75c and Si, on sale and Etuina Owsley, of- - Walnut Flat. at Spc Qiito n number of society people were The 10 shares of stock in the Farmers present and the occasion wib greatly enBmkvt Trust Co., belonging to Geo. 13. joyed. The featuro of it was the collecCooper sold yesterday, six shares at f 107 tion of pictures of illustrious and distinfive at i 105 and one at f 101.50. George guished men, which wore shown the Holmes', Wm. Gooch and J. M. Alvorson guests, who anppliod the namea as best were the purchasers. - And Upwards. Mens' Heavy Work Shoes at they could. Mr. J. S. Wells named tho flret received the 9S0 Very cheap at Si. 25. Ladies' Lace give It has been definitely decided toOpera Iargeeta number andbook, Mr.W. S. EmGrain Shoes, 7c. A good Mcintosh coat for handsome prize, tho entertainment at Wnlton'a $2.98. Hoys' Overcoats. $1.25, up Mens' charity led ory guessed the fewest number and was House for the benefit of the priz-jElegant reOvercoats, $2.50, up. Try a pair of our Ox at the Joseph Price Infirmary on Frfflay awarded the booby Urecchcs at Si. 75 Another pair Interesting pro- freshments were served at tho proper evening, Nov. 20th. An hoar and added much to the enjoyment , presented. gram will be - - of a generally delightful evening. Thk first snow of the oeasou fell SunCiledoma.ns. Tlie following program amount to day afternoon, but it did not much. It was the first really co'il snap mil he given at its performance for tho Joseph so far, the mercury going down yester- benefit of tho charity bed at tho If they rip. Cloth capes from Si. 75. upwards. Walton's Opera House morning to 22. "Occasional show- Price Iufirmary at day Handsome Plush Capes worth Si 3, go at Sy Prayer, Rhv. I with this tide. ers Tuesday, warmer," is the prediction. Flday evening, Nov. 20lb: Hoys' and Mens' Boots must - A. V. Slzemore; opening addre bs, Col. T. ' be remembered as going the same way It i3 said that Brotber-i- n Liw J. O. P. Hill: solo. Mips Clara Mershon; Reel- Florence is s'atod for the Stanford tatjon, MiMi Maud Varnon; septem, Mrs. If you arc in need of a Suit or an Overcoat, remember "Comi-akkand that A. A. McKinney J. W. Hayden, Mm. J. S. R'ce, Mrs. I)'! is a favorite word with us. Ladies' Cloaks andjCapes; a big line of will probably be made collector for thiH L.B.Cook. Misses Clara Mershon and district. Both are good men and their Grace Grinstead, Messes. Joe F. Water both at Si. 25 and up. appointments would give general satis- nnd C. A. Moore; Dfc'amatlon, Logan R. faction. Hughee; Solo, Mrs. A. G. Huffman; orareading of the law, tion, Richard BubI.; trio, Misa Cower, Accordisq to the A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, another vote Is neceaiary on the Iree Rev. S. M. Logan and Mr. C A. Moore; turnpike buBinees. Thia timo the peo- paper, E. O. Galnep; play, "The Gorman T. D. RANEY, Manager. ple expressed their inclination to buy Student Stage Struck," Cherlea Wheeler, Branch Stores: the pikes. Next time they will be call- Kate Walton Waters, J. L. Beazley and Admission prires reduced. if they are willing to Issue others. ed on to say Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, the bonds necepsary to buy them and one thing, if no Davison. Tliero is Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown, then will come the rub. more, that can ho paid nf George M. Dat and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. To Yon. Pay your tax helore the pen- vison. Heweaishia honors very mod alty ia added. lor one of my depotue estly and becominply. w'lilo a lees v,ngo wild with wllllie at Mt. Salem on Wednesday, Nov. lv balanced man would delight. In thifl ho makes M Mi IS; at Mlllegevllle, Friday, Nov. 20; at Wednes- even hia enemies praise him ami the m, Hustonville, Saturday. Nov 21; J" day, 25 and Friday, 27, and at Crab Or- Interior Journal, which baa not been Saturday; Moreland, Mon- very profuse in its complimenta of him, : chard every day, Nov. 30th. If your tax Is not ia forced to p.ay that ho deserves great V paid before Dec. 1, it will be adver- credit for that as well a other things. His rise in the world has been most ' tised. T. D. Newland, sheriff. nhenominal. With few of the advan vote of Only Two The tauos in life, ho tin! fought hia way up county, given in our last, only varied from a poor, ohecure boy to Congress- SX the III two from the ollicial connt. Tnere was man from this former stronghold of de1 and one in mocracy, one biiliot in Stanford No. the S'.h Kentucky district, hav : HustonvillH No. 1, which were not coun- Ing heretofore been master comtiif8$ion-- r, fcir-A- ll X Farm Products taken in exchange. ted for no apparent reason and both bemember of the Legislature and couning republican Iricreaeed McKinley'e Ma- ty judge. There ia an old luiixiin that it 51 jority to 205, Davipon'a to 290 and takeB a fool for luck, but as manv mean tolOl. Tl.ere wus a mistake of things hs wobnvii tried to siy uf Davison, fir fii 100 in th( addition of the tnrnpiko vol, wo Lave never arruped him nf being a !! 4 making the actual rupjoritv for free turn fool, On the contrary, hu fo quit the pikes 1.39S reverse. He eeenid to bo a born politibete are being paid hero. cian, with the most Metdrablw nf fcultii 8 Eliction George Penny and Joe Emory, who of knowing exactly when to strike for s aked their nionaUohea with Col. Welch what ho wantn. II-- is a good gemral BY and W. F. Sheridan on Brvan, neither and having ob'dientand vel trained have any hair on their upper lip now forces, he never counts on lliein in vain. Jim Jones was to hnvo marched down He couldn't nave been elected to Con- Main etreet lost night holding an im- itreps at a more favorable time for him self. In Bvmpatuy with tho administra mense horn with James L. Totten content. Owing to tion, his word cs to trie oillce8 m trio tohiB heart's the grand jnry being in Beesion, what dietrict will be equal to the law, and he anil other fat po little money waa up haj not been turned will have And Funeral Director. over- sitions galore to give out lo hia faithful of unuBack to Ky. A family who left Mad- friends. Hisiaa position now Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, ison county for tho West 12 years apo sual importance and we repeat that his Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. with $15,000 passed thronzh Stanford in absence of self adulation is most praise Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e wagons Sunday to their old home. They worthy. Many a man, under the cir lived raot of tho time in Indian Terri- cumstances, would get too large for his tory where they almost starved to death. pantaloons and hia head awnll so e "No nore West in mine," remarked one couldn't wear hla hat, hut the "Gray ia good Gelding" goes about as unassuming as of the family. "Kentucky liters had atayed here ever, whilo the hungry horde enough for me and if we had money, whilo and fnwna sufficiently to turn a head Dkaleks In have we might enough to pay toll the chock full of good braina. He may rat as it is we haven't balance of the way." They bad been on tle around like a dry pea in the pod in the road five weeks and were pretty well trying to fill the Beat honored by Gov. McOreary, Durham et al, but his head wunout. may be level enough to keep him from The circuit court has been wrestling making many mistakes or appearing riBig Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o with the suit of J- - W.Adams, adminis- diculous. Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' trator, against the L. & N. railroad for killing of C. M. Adams, near Parka-villFurnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. bought yesterday a the Woods & Lynn recently. Mr. Adams was a brake-ma- car load of hogs at 2.85 and sold in Cinand wfrs killed in the discharge of cinnati a car load nf wethers at 3c. his duty, it is alleged through careless-nes- a The treasury department gives no- of other employees. There wira a tice that "a new and daiigeronfl counternumber of lawyers on each side, but only feit $20 bill is in circulation." It may be Judge J. W. Alcorn for the road and Col. now, but we don't quite see bo-- it can Welch for tho plaintiff made Bpeechea. be dangerous They spoke nn honr and ajialf each. Color iniiKluoss. The time of the grand jury expired I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condi-tio"Does n man fail to boo nny colors at Friday, but Judge Sauiley extended with all when ho is color blind?" asked Air. of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. It one day and the body will meet indictments found Driukhorn, "or docs ho epo them I laid in my Among the wrouR?" so far is one agiin6t Capt. R . W. Delph "Ho sees them wrong, us you call it, " on Cora Peacock and one explained tho physician. "Now, your for assault against R. L. Davison for furnishing uoso, instead of appearing iu its natuon election day. ral oolor, would look to u color blind The case for UbeljBgainBt the Courier person to bo green. " Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming 'Green? Any particular ahndo?" nsk-oJournal by Young Bailee, of Mercer, will I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. Mr. Drinkhorn with tho intention of in daily and be called this morning. Mr. Frank See my stock before buying. being facetious. of Louisville, will represent tho pa"Yes bottlo green." Cincinnati per and Judge R. J. Breckinridge and Enquirer. plaintifl. Col. Welch-th- "Fall In line" and bring your & pre- scription to Craig house in town. Hocker, lowest price CAN M SWIM 1 0 nd P L . ? a d 9 8! Stvles & Values fa-ta- l. Ladies' Cloaks at $1.85, 0 1- -1 0 0 . -- ( -- post-masters- Pi U III " . THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. ... I T nt 1, 1' 4L.-- 1 0 semi-offici- al Buy your Coal now before it goes up, for the Winter. & I v ': Bnr-natn- 'a J. H. BAUCHMAN CO. i UfWERTAKiiyC -- i blow-ing- it post-oflice- a Practical Trimmer, Bnibalmer 1 11 FARRIS & HARDIN, to-d- ay Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. e, n Prices to Suit The Times ITOW GOOBI 3)q n liq-u- or Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBBRTS. mmmmaimmmemmtM d Ha-ga- n, r"natig-r'i- t "3MBOPSjWK"5fgy 4 VMI-WEEKL- $ Tlio "Three Stanford, Ky., Nov. 10, 1896 lows' paper: Lodge, No. 150,1. O 0. F, "Stnnford located nt Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky , whs organized on tlio 10th day of Juno, VV. P. WALTON. 1800, with the following named, charter members": A J. Dauglierlv, John H DcntiN, tit'orgo K l'urdoni, S. P. Dong- -' C. G. lai"ntul I) It Camden to After organizing the lodge, Grand Masli a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln, subject the notion of the democratic party. IhinUnft Southern end of the counir Is entitled to a ilice ter John I). Pollard delivered nn earnest o( the pie he asks )our support. nddroMio tlio inciiiberw, urging tlnm to keep up the work no nobly begun. How WILLIAM BIOKELAND well this injunction has been heeded Is subject Jo It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln. He kindly told hy the liittury of the lodge It start-e- l the action cf tho democratic patty. bh a working lodge nnd has held that asks your lupport reputation to the present time. During the 30 yearn of its existence it has lulled SAM W. o.ily two meeting from want of n quorum County, li ft Caididate foiofSherilT of Lincolnpaty. the democratic to the action From the beginning tlio roll of mcui-behas contained tlio names of some of thu bust citizens of the community, and GARLAND It a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools t their fidelity In carrying out the princi-cle- s of Lincoln County, tubject to the action of the of the Order is tine the prosperity democratic party. and success that has cotiKtuutly attended their efforts. HOLDAM Tlie Spring of 18SI found the lodge in a of Lincoln county ti a candidate for Aesissor democratic party. nourishing condition, with a large and aubject to the actiou of the increasing meinbcmhlp Having bought nnd fitted up a lodge me in, on the night SAMUEL M. OWENS ti a candidate for BherifT of Lincoln County, sub- of the 13th of March of thnt year they ject to the action of the democratic party. ,i ist all by lire lodge room, furniture, paraphernalia and books. A lodge d McCORMACK of loss enterprising material would Lincoln li a candidate for Aiuuar ofdemocratic County, have become discouraged; but not so with party (hc.ee. Wo see by the records that at ubjtct to the action of the the . Your lupport 11 cameailr solicited. meeting following the tiro n candidate was Initiated, the meeting being hold in M. (he corridor of the of Lincoln County, It a candidate for Assessor democratic party. The fire proved n blessing in disguise. tubject to the action of the Hut for it the edifice would not have been built. Within n few mouths from the EMBRY time of the tiro a new Hall wan built, for Assessor of Lincoln Couuljr. li candidate action ct the democratic party, and without outside aid, and without a cent tubject to the arnisllj aiki your support, of indebtedness oil it. Kecnute of (lie burning of the records exact data can not be obtained as to the number of members that have been initiated, but men can be found from California (o Maine, from (he Gulf (o thu. Lake, who learned their first lessons of human beneficence in Stanford Ixxlge No 150. Some have dropped out, many have been : Ky. followed over the hill to the beautiful OcntlHt, white city, and with loving, brotherly Office on' Lancaster Siren, at Ketidencc. hands their bodies laid to rest amid the evergreens, while the memory of their noble work in behalf of Friendship, Love a id Truth serves as an incentive to thoe Dtilrable Suburban Home, Containing Ten wlio remain to renewed zeal in their efA cm of Land, For Hale. Ha on it a good, comfortable Dvclllnr. of Sis Koomi,and all occesaar) forts for the good of mankind. outbuildings Une yard livurant and one lor The lodge has paid out thousands of mine stock, alto a splendid, never Ullmc Mil. d illars for the relief of distress and the to For further particulars appir J AS. I" HAIf.EY, c ire of widows and orphans obeying the Manfotd, Ky. Il3 omui.iud to visit the sick, relieve the wall all the hides I can gel distressed, bury the dead and educate the UTFiTTQ niUHiO. for caih or In trade lor leather on court days at Stanford or at my home InOlttD-hel- orphan. Chat, Knetlin, Tanner The lodge nt prcsont is in a good financial condition. Iksides the lodge fund TUB HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, there is several thousand dollars in the widows' and orphans' fund, no encumbrance on their building and nodebts. K"' It Agent for The Viewing the future by the light of past the Co experience, we predict for roll islodge a b ight future and ''when the called And The up yonder." among those receiving honor for the good they hnvo done on earth will Aotna Accldont appear the names of many who have been Company. enrolled upon the books of Stanford Heat and Moet Favorablo Termt ol Inturance lxdge, No. ISO. bo mote it be Y NIE?i03,foil?M , Ulnar U'llkliivm, following is reproduced from tlio A T. Traylor, Links," the Lexington Odd Fel J. II. Mention, Tim ODDFELLOWS. C. ll.'llolnn-,- John Cordlcr, Jiw I". Waten, l T Anliltxk, John A MrllolierK THE HOUSEHOLD. Autemn Decorations From Nature's Material s Almond Cakes For Toa. Turnips In White Sauco. Tho artistic nrrnngnnciit of nutnmn lcnvc3 and grasses is a kind of art work which almost any 0110 who lius any natural or acquired artistic tale can produce. Just now it in very much in favor, and many original nnd beautiful effects can bo produced with nature's own material. A very odd receptacle for holding graces, ferns or berries is niado from a very largo reed hollowed out and a collection of grasses and ferns placetl within. Tho reed may be gilded and a bright bow of rib'bon tied around near its bno for a fiiiMi. A flno wiro may bo used (o suspend it from (he ceil-' I'J&&ld&W&'J&ld&'t'JpA'A 'Z M THE WEEKLY BAKER The Weekly Edition of The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribu- ne Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. fjvv saW? ONLY m. "w. Mutual Lllc'.Iiisuraiicc .' t very pre(ty basket can bo made Nan honored member of Kinnfonl Lodge, from reeds by taking flno wiro and The Weekly Commcrcitl Grzette coutains 64 columns every week. It gives the No loO, I O. O F and of Dlntlutn Lodge bending, crossing once over each reed. news of the World in the Most Complete Shape; thi Choicest Miscellany and This holds the basket together. If homo No 81, Stanford, Ky , a princely iner in tin t Sf'its and Literary Ma er that brain can produce and that money can buy The Weekly Commercial Gazette is printed every Tuesday morning most other color than tho natural 0110 be prechnnt of Ivingsvillc nnd one of thu and mailed to any part of the United States or Canada at FIFTY CENTS PKR can bo gilded or bronzed. ferred, YEAR. popular gentlemen In Lincoln, as well as Over thoitends tio bows of ribbon, which nn orator of unusual ability. will hido tho wiro used in its construction. Fill with dried grasses, bright 8She DAILY COMMERCIAL TRIBUNF. Is unrivaled as a Newspaper, snd increaftng wue popularity throughout the Central States is attested byanItsagent. Ad- borries or ferns. Tho blossoms of the Isiueo Dailj and S.cday. Every Postmaster is considered dried wild clematis is very beautiful if carefully. THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO., A largo gourd hollowed out and painted by the skillful hand of tho artist of CINCINNATI, OHIO Send for Terms. tho family adorned the parlor of a 5:ay7m,awTmaarmr??mw.-m- , maa? mawa.saa country house visited last summer. nr3nwTmaw.imra7maaa Vf' M,VWVrI jrMSrjl'S.r ! r VTfl'iC ri'TTilTsMfciTi ITisTlimTf Tho gourd was painted an olivo greoii, with gold inside. Bnnchos of holly loaves and berries decorated this unique receptaolo for autumn treasures. It was .WE WILL. filled with thistle and milkweed pom"V iVcaBBBak 'VMr'KaBVTV' pous. An ordinary stono jar of good ' AaaaaaaHLjaaaaLaaVKvl, hapo may bo painted dark red or browu and decorated with ferns, flowers or birds. Ginger jars may bo converted into things of beauty by a littlo tasto. A bunch of oats or wheat, tied with somo leftLW. M Babsv handsome ribbon, is a simple- and efA t LsLsLskte " fective decoration within tho roach of Of Goods at cost until the almost every one. And, in addition to thee items, Good aaaaaaaaakakami aam 1 saVsakaauT Housekeeping reminds readers what a pretty tiling tho common ivy is whon touched by Jack Frost's icy finger and Is disposed ol. converted into brilliant reds nnd yelHIV A V HIZK.MOHK lows. It may be simply pressed between Is a member of Stanford Jidge, No 150, uowspapers, changing tho papers three IV- I O O F , a Mason, Knight of Pythias, or four times. Knight of the Maccabees is the popular Covered Dinners. pastor of the Stanford Baptist chinch and Tlio now fancy for giving "covered an able advocate of the principles uf secret dinners," us tlio feasts aro called to Orders which tho women guests aro asked to como wearing hats or bonnets, hns, perhaps, its inception from tlio club dinners which last season became quito common. These wero hold at some pubW$$Jk"JMMMMWtilU ' "'IrW lic place, n hotel or restaurant, and the women wore usually high dresses and huts as moro appropriate to tho surroundings. But to invado a privato dining room at tho evening hour bonneted eaBBaBiy. It"..!-as if to catch a train detracts from that With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed atmo.sphero of calm reposo and unlimitand Stubble. ed leisuro that is supposed to "stamp tho casto of Vcro do Vere" and to be in special evidence at tho Vero do Vcro dinners. And the like, and you bliould see my stock andjget my prices In calling attention to tho foregoing CuttnnHttflnntHr!. ' ' s before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. tho New York Times suggests that tlio idea comes from a desiro for a place to wear tho big lints now that tho theater 'VcBttftttt-v- b frowns upon them so persistently, for .4i tho "covered dinners" show moro liHUXmmmmmwL. " av'v.tt'' hats loaded with flowers and feathers than they do headdress bounots, ns ono might expect. Whatever tho inspiration, tho outcome is to bo deplored. Women aro obliged to lived so much in bonnets these days tho plaint of tho A C. SINE OKKICKWP. man that ho had uover, after n threo 1TOXZ. & Is Receiving his- No Odd Fellow in the State has the months' engagement, seen his fianceo Tlio otlicers of Slanfoid Lodge, No 150, Nsg was moro I. O F., are at heart ary s r 1 COAL, NobleO.Grand; Aas Tfollow Joe F. Waters , good of the Order moreHedeeplybeen secro-A- without n bonnetthey do notreal than need to whimsical that flKMP WrWIWH than Mr A. t'. Sine. has Traylor, iw 1 mry frrmVWl nruriftnf Near Kail old Crotiinc. Kait of Depot, wr r mwoh frtMmw m f tmim r , -.-- .. riMmtJmTu t.mb- - - attm m aTafjear.C. Sine, Secretary, Peler Stinub, Jr, tary of Stanfoid Lodge, No. 150, IOO search for or usurp occasions to wear "-- STAN FORI), KY. them. F , for many year., Is a Mason, n member j All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Corn and Hay taken Good, Clean, Cheap... Almond Cakes For Tea. oi tlio urders ot Knlglils ot I'ytulas, tne In etchanee. Come and tee ui. A littlo good puff paste is needed for Knights of Honor, Knights of the Macca S HERD OF THE theso. Koll it out to half an inch thick, bees, a Presbyterian and a good man who works well in any position in which he cut in small rounds and press a hollow Co., in tho center. Put a small teaspoonful is placed Ho is also District Deputy. of tho following inisturo in tho middlo My Breeders were selected .rom tno beat herds , m Ky. of swine several different and bako in a moderato oven for 20 of this famous breed lot ol piesIn of (liferent srm VVjSrjTCjlarsflEUwHHaMiaaaBakaVBBW States. A splendid Did You Ever. minutes, taking caro they do not browu lor silo, llred sows a stnoalt). Satisfaction Try Electric Hitters at a remedy for your trou feaTFAIR WARNING, -- fc too quickly. For tlio mixturo tako an guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addresr lilet If nui, net a bottle row and get relief. This mediciuc has bern found to do peculiarly ounce of fresh butter, 2 dessertspoonHRONAUGII, R. We want to give those who owe us fair warning ad pted to the relief and cure of all Kemala ComCrab Orchard, Ky plaints, cxertm; a wonderful direct Influence in fuls of ground almonds, a drop of tho that we shall give thera two weeks more to leitle up with ui, nnd if they do not come up in that Kvmp strenj(tti and tone to the organs If ou essence, tlio beuteu yolks of 2 eggs and time, wc ahali put their account! in the handt of hav Loo oiAppeiite, Constipatu n, Headache, a dessertspoonful of powdered sugar. MKUSliON A UKKKK. Falntinc ."vell, or are Nervout, Sleeplvss, Excitanotllcer. able, Melancholy or troubled with U y Spelts, Mix thoroughly together. tub-Je- MKNEFEE w 1, m'caiity ing. A rs K YEHR.OverOiicHunclrecl Years a Family Favorite Read-inH-- 50 'VT-IK- CENTS f4 SINGLETON c. J. F. S anaple Copies Free. -- 1 v-- B coin-potte- EMMETT F. ELKIN court-hous- e. JOE T. V CoDtiDDe Oar Sale p-- r DB, w. b. Fi2Nrcrz ENTIRE STOCK H. WE A REN & CO. Stanford, FOR SALE. -- A THE CIBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, taa.li WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS jomrsoir. 'IMilaaE Ij'S,' '. B. K. WEAREN. pio-tur- o Insurance H. C. RUPLEY, THEMEMHANT TAILOR -- SOU, DEALERS IN Vice-Gran- . mii ffiHw1Sri, Pf.'WWf m-m m Bjjiijcf mm a- "3?-""- -- m - BLUK-GItAS- St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, rry1 RED H. HOGS. m vajs RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A go'd Keildeoce House in Stanlord, with tore house on same lot, for sale. The lot containi Jj, acre, and can le eaily divided, putting itorc house and retldcnce on separata lots. At ronsn able price and en easy termi. Apply to . N. SAUNDKRS.Staniord, Ky. 33tf Electric Ulltort it tne medicine you need, lioalih and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Only jo ccnu a bottle at W. II. Mc Roberts' Drug Store. J. : T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, : Lic-Cs- ttdXtl JDK r WATKKH. Cheese and Cracker Sets. Dolicnto bollcuk crncker nnd chceso A Household Treuauro. ects now shown tiro greatly to bo desired 1). V Fuller, ot Canajoharie, N, Y., sajs that he always kceys Dr. King's New Discovery in the by every housekeeper who wauta to havo houot and his familv would not be without It, If everything now for her tnblo. Tho palo procurable, (J. A Dykeman Druggist, Catskill, yollow fliu tod cliiim, tho deep yellow N. V., says that Dr. King's New Ditcovery it undoubtedly the best Cougti remidy; that he has cheeso nud tho crisp browned crackers, uvd it In hfs laimly for eight ea;s, and it lias together with aomo delicious old fashreve, laued to do all that Is claimed tor it. Why ioned preserves, such as ginger, oraugo not try a r n.edyto Ions tried and tested. Trial noitie tree at w. is. MCKouerts' urug btore. or poach, which aro served with chceso, Regular site toc.and Si all go to make an attractive coureo for Almoit every man in America hat tome digestn dinner, says tho New York Sun. When men meet the greeting usual ive trouble y is, ' Well, how are you I ' Chat develops health talk. The man who hat r.o b wel cr stom ach trouble Is almost a curiority. The trouble is men take no care of themselves. They eat at tho' they had copper stomachs and bowels of brats. Ity and by overworked nature rebels, Then come headaches, nervousness, bad hlocd, liver and kidney troubles. Dr. 1'ierce's Pleasant l'ellets furnish help tor conifpation and torpid Urer, sick and bilious headache, dizriness, sour stomach, lots indigestion or d'spepala, windy of appetite, belchings, heartburn, pain and dlstresi after eating and kmdred derangements of tae lUer, stomach and bowels. Accept no substitute. Tlili Is tho best market and ours Is tho best house, to ship to. Wo make, liberal advances on couslgumcnts. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In having irmny largo factories to supply. Wo get you the top price and pay spot cash ; not lu trade. No traveling agents. Snip all your wool and form produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R LOTTISVlIiljE, KY. HO Third Street, or 313 to 310 Uurrell Court, WOOL. WOOL. CO. IE 9REAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLOF rV ( i . TESOUTH. HutuiNG ..-...- HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. la Offers hit services o the people ot Welt and Casey Counties, rull stock of Cotllot ad Caskets always on hand, D. ti. Carpenter, Manager. 95 SHELBY & SHELBY, Treasurer; J T Harris, H S. N. G.;Thos. Terry, L. S. N. (! ; J. II Mershon, H S. V. G ; Win. D.tngherty, O ; J. A Allen, W. Trustees Widows and Orphans Fund, Joseph Severance, Sr., Win, Daugherty and A. O. Sine. MI.MIIKUMIlr. After Dinner t Coffee Spoonn. flritt'nt onto ' TVift af-fai- rs A novelty in nftor dinner coffeo epoong iMWMjyrfr7Mw ,.! 7frrr&ttJt!fJJjrrt(WC' f ' ACDHCiS ..- S S tliat nrn fnntwwl 7WW J" 4 huwkbs i.-...- or gfasuates -- nut ruwuuni. -- Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, First-Clas- .l.iMpli St'UT.iiKo, Sli'plirii Vimderixiol, 11 .1 William II. ) iti.m Smith, U. 1. Maker, 1. M. llruce, Mriiubvrt, Niinnellvy, - Kentucky. A T .1. II. .1 Uucklln'a Arnica Salve The bett salve in the world for cuts, brufsess tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- d hands, chilblains, corns and all tkln eruptions. 8c positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It It Iuaranteed to give perfect tatlsfaction or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box For tale by W. II. Mc Roberts druggist. There is no joy in this world equal to the happiA woman's health It her ness of moti.erbood. times, hap dearett posiession, Good looks love and Its continuance depend on her pinets, health. Almost all of the sickness rf women is traceable directly or indirectly to tome derange ment of the organs distinctly feminine Troubles of this kind are otten n glected becauss a very natural and proper modesty keeps women away from physicians, whose msit ence upon examination and local treatment is generally as useless as it is common. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will do more lor them than 99 doctors in 100. It will do more than the hundiedth doctor can un lets he prescribes it. It is a prescription of Dr H. V Pierce, who for 30 years has been chief con suiting physician of the World's Dispensary and Invalid's Hotel at Iluffalo, N. Y. Sent at cents in onr cent stamps to Wcrld'a Dia pentary Medic. Association, Iluffalo, N. V.. and receive Cr. Picrcb'i 1008 page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," illustrated. bowl represents a flower nud tho handle tho stem and leaves. Theso dainty aro enameled in natural shades. Other spoons havo on tholr handles and bowls designs of each month's flowors, also signs of tho zodiac, and aro called birthday spoons, as each ono of the 12 represents a mouth. QmwGVEftfovRWi Free, tyUyj& 1dr &rrt,ySytafj(fe THE 0-- 7l - .. . .... - . THt CUUNIRT. MENTION COURSE ' Prompt Attention, Ytry I'risl A. lliirg- -, Reasonable Rates, A portion of your patronage is A .1 llaiighorty, 18 6m. fispectlully solicited. s Turnout, A. Cirjfiitor, Ililns, A. I 1'iidt'rwo.M, COAL ! llranch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds cf Coal, so you get such want at the lonett potstble prices for Cash. as Ullice, --Mill Bt. and Kauroaa urotsing, opposite I am still agent for Kails vu James II. Cnrtvr, S. M. Owfiit, T J Jennlni, A C. Sine, T - Hlielton, I't'tvr Uumpliiii, U. Xliiiiuvr, .tohn I. Hlkin, IVter Straub, Jr., tU'orKu It. Knott, W. H. Holly, W. I'. ItaliiM, M. 1'. Hlkln, A. V. Slioiuore, (ivorgo II. MoKluncy, S. T. ItoK.rti, J. Kd Turnips In White Sauce. Paro them, boil in suited water until quito tender, then draiu and cover with n whito sauco mado with milk and a littlo butter, season it rather highly and spriuklo minced parsley over tho top of tho dish. Mere. Mention. Thero aro foiiio exceedingly pretty Cauldou nud Mintou china candlesticks in thu shops. of odd shapes Punch cups in all n havo appeared in Venotian and glass. Turkish coffee cups set in silver frames aro expensive, but beautiful. Thero aro putent lock stoppers, with silver mountiugs, for thu safekeeping of choice liquors. Jewelers' Circular. Bono-tuia- Queen &Crescent ROUTE of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icChatta-noogDty Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harrimau, through trains. Atlanta, Macou, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Kuorville, Hot Springs and Ashcville; aud from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe ftL -- f, kg Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and and Shreveport. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and Lamornia, San Francisco. I) via New Orleans or via Shreveport. ? Short Line from the Dlue Grass Cities to Cincinnati PreC Parlor rs nnnirtirwlnttnn tn n.itrntis. ...M. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and ObservaCinciuuati, Lexiugton and tion Cars between Chattanoogx W. C. Klnearson, Chas. W. Zoll, e a, Carrli-r-, Holler Mills. 37 J. J. 11. Diiuglas, U.IMGC Stanlcrd, Ky. O.J. Now land, I 'rank Cordior, H. Wonreii, M Poland Chinas For Sale. of all agea, Gilts, bred Sows anil Doris ready lor aervice, for sale at low prices Any kind of Grain Com e soon and get the belt. taken Pedigrees furuisnedou application. U. D1STKLI, Ottenhelm, Ky. mex-hange. II. I'. Itoiiti'ti, J. T. ll.irrU, J. 11. Greer. I). Kla, John A Allen, J. W. Ilainiltoii, It. II. IIoKlurnun, M. M. Oatiglicrty, J. II. ItvNunll, W I. McCnrty. Jfffi (iiillirie, K. Van Arable, 1', Moberiy, W, I'crrin, J. A A. I. 'IlniiiipMin, fll L''.F?5l -- ? L- ! Thirty choice thoroughbred Poland China Hogs J T J.Teter, II G Waller, J P. llolderman, lliomas Terry, A. C. Alfurd, 1 Viv. ratt'r let., -- Ctncinnatf. 0 G. J..!., CtWnJKtf, 0. vtTT' Interior Journal Stanford, Kv., - THE FASHION PLATE. dress waists aro very short and fancifully finished. Among tho now shades in mohair, English sergo nud bouretto fabrics for traveling costumes touchwood and nasturtium aro tho newest shades in brown. The new repped fabrics aro softer and richer looking than ever, but tho chiof distingishiug' feature is found iu tho beautiful color blending effected in tho weaving. The rage for tho early part of tho winter season wills bo for capo collars, oddly shaped collarettes, fichus with long stolo ends and bolero, zouave and Eton jackets made of furs innumerable. Not only is tho short Fronch cornet worn with cycling, golf, tennis and other outdoor costumes, but it is now preferred by a great majority of women to tho nbnonnally long, stiff "dress" which gives an unnatural look to tho figure. Many of tho yokes nnd chatolaino nnd mutton leg sleeves on French and English gowns are laid in tucks that aro often 14 inches wide. Heavy fabrics for day wear, even velvets, aro tucked quito as often as delicatn textiles for evening uses. Black costumoH aro always in stylo to a certain degree, but thoy tuko a prominent placo this season, not, however, interfering at all with tho elegant costumes in thoir endless colorings, but giving a flno rich contrast nnd background to tho moro brilliant attire. Tho soven gored skirt nppears to bo tho favorite model among tho newest Btyles, although there aro a dozen shapos from different designers. All, however, are considerably alike in effect Tho flnro still remains nt tho bottom of the skirt, but it is somewhat reduced. New York Post. cor-Ec- t, 1 YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. Visitor. John H. Castlcaan. A. O. I.anham Nov. 10, 1856 Now French jacket bodices that aro i olosoly fitted that they servo nlso as Tha Story of Old Gray Owl and tho Brownloa A Lerrcnd of tho Fan y Our Famous INSURANCE COMPANY E. C. Walton, Business Manager. BURIED GLACIERS. Drstr to buy a Small Farm of 73 or ion iirtt.. Will pay cash. 6j-Address Lock Box 191, Stanford, ky. fAK M.I I Largo Field of Ice Covered Unilcr Maaaea of Luxuriant Vegetation. PERSONALITIES. J. D. Wood of Beaver Canyou, Ida., has flocks aggregating 75,000 sheep. M. L. Lachcnal, president of tho Swiss Confederation, is payiug a visit to England. Tho Duke of Westminster gives his privntc secretary $5,000 a year and upnrtments nt Grosveuor House. C. E. Dnggers of Decatur county, Ga., was recently carried over tho Oceana falls, 40 feet iu height, while battling. He escaped unhurt. Henri Meilhao has sold the billiard table on which ho used to play with Dumas, Ilia, and Meissonier. 11$ is growing old nud needs the room for books. Princo Ademuyiwu of Jebu Itemo, in west Africa, a jet black Methodist, sat by tho eido of the magistrato during a recent trial at tho Old Bailey, London. Hon. Riohard T. Browning recontly discovered in tho bottom of Deep creek, Garrett county, Md., a cauoo that belonged to his grandfather CO years ago. Dr. Charles James Branch, bishop of Antigua, who has just died, had spent tho whole of his ministerial lifo iu tho West Indies and wus beloved by nil clashes. NOTICE ! Having bought of J. W Adams hit Coal Planl lie and .rit.,.in at said nlace W. T. SAUNDERS will have charge of it as he is well known In that end of the counly . j. n. UIGGIN3. J. T. JONES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky Dean's Black Diamond Root Paint. Eitimatet furnished for painting Wood, Metal and Iron Roofi. Satisfaction guaranteed. All roots painted with Dean's Black Diamond guaranteed for years. Dealirs in P'ntPumps and Galvanized Iron Filters, best CisGalvantern at tt ized and Black Iron Roofing of all kinds, Sole proprietor THE RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. F. B. BIL.EY. Proprietor, London. - I have moved to my new Hotel and am betttt prepared than ever to accommodate the public Livery attached and every convenience d sired. Give me a call. n FRANK RILKY. iNtONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS torney, aiamora, ny. In Lincoln countv. Kv..at6 cer cent., semi-a- n nual interest: no commission charred. Address GEO. W. PAVY. Room 17, Kenyon Building, Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur ther information, inquire oi J. N. Saunders, At 1 Superior Plumbing B a workman of ! 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Odorless Water Closets, Frostproof Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO A specialty. NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out ol the State. Ask your Danville friends about my wotk. T. F. CLARKE. Clemens House BuUdln 5, Danville, Ky, J. E. VanArsdale, DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Be Sure to Give Him a Call. tr Cooke's fr Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and & Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it W&- Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B. Twidwell, A. Hammond, Hubble. J. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. Copyrtiiht 1805 by Win. J. Holtzclaxc. SACRED SONOS. Words rrlnted duvCllj nuder tie nous. Kapeelelli adapted lei ue in Devotional and Revival Meetings, Singing Schools and Day Schools, Sunday Schools & Young People's JTSK KM? Societies, with Rudiments. rumple corf t-- by mull mall. S2J.UU .' M.JS per dui. by vapress, a hundred by freight. Snd all orders le 3. William J. Holtzclaw. Eight or ton miles to tho north, on tho sanio sido o Robortson'8 bay, north Greenland, is n plateau nbont a inilo long, a quarter wido mid with a precipitous faco to tho 6en of 15 or 20 feot and which stands back from tho water's edgo not tuoro thau 30 or 40 feet. To the west riso tho lichen covered clifls to a height of from 8,000 to 6,000 feot, capped with towors and plnuncles of brown basalt. To tho north is tho terri-bl- o and frozen expanse of the VerhooiT glacier, producing every fow hours, with groans nud cauuouliko explosions, great icebergs. This plateau, both top nud side., is n mass of flourishing vegetation, chiofly grass, which, when ono walks through it, reaches above tho knees. From among this verdure buttor-cuppoppies, ciuqucfoil and dandolious thrust their golden heads in wild profusion. Yet beneath this rich vegotablo life, as glorious in its luxurinnco as iu tho meadows of tomperato regions, without other fiustenanco than that derived from decayed moss and grass, is it portion of a dead glacier, a body of ico which is tho solo formation of that plateau, conquered and buried iu tho first instance by the indomitable traveling power of weak looking clump moss. This sounds like n traveler's talo, but the explanation of tho phenomenon is very simple, and similar examples tiro found in many places along tho fiords of this uorthlnud. In tho caso of tho plateau, many centuries ngo, judging by tho thickness of tho growth of vegetation, tho glacier at tho head of tho bay, now known as the Verhoeff glacier, extended out to the sea, covering all tho TURF TOPICS. spaco from cliff to cliff, except a narrow gorge on each side of the moving, gito A great year for tho pacer, 2:01 gantic, frozen river. In theso gorges 2:00.. clump moss struggles bravely for existStar Pointer, 2:02l, has boon a ence, but whilo the glacier moved forward, crushing nnd burying everything money winner this season. Quality, 2:13J, cost William Simpin its path, this form of vegotablo life could do littlo more than hold its own, son $7,500 as a yearling filly. In the course of timo, from some unBright Regent's record is now 2 :00 . known causo, the glacier began sudden- Ho is tho greatest cripplo on tho turf. ly to recedo to the point where it now There is talk of holding a running discharges, that part of it which was in meeting at Springfield, Ills., next tho water floating away in tho shape of icebergs nnd those which wero on tho spring. Bicyclo races wero n feature of tho reshores remaining stationary, to be slowcently held Omngo county horso show ly melted by tho summer sun This was the opportunity for the mosses, Caring at Goshen, N. Y. Moro Gay Head clay is being put on nothing for the cold, they crept slowly, inch by inch, over the quiet mass of ice, tho track at Headvillo. This courso will perhaps then 50 or more feet thick, nud bo u hummer in 1607. made thoir way. first, iu thin, notliko It is quito probablo that Hulda, layers, and then, as time passed on nnd 2:08 4, will soon bo bred to tho chamstrength was gathered, in thick masses, pion stallion Directum, 2:05. till they reached the edge, which frontnamed Pisklug Au ed tho bay. Hero, as tho 6un each sumhas created n sensation in Vienna by mer slowly melted tho faco of tho ico giving.performances with a whip. wall away, they matted themselves firmYoung Wilkes, 2:28tf, is dead at tho ly and dropped over, lower and lower, of his owner, A. T. until they reached tho rocky shoro, nnd homo Mich. Ho was 28 years Hnll, Paw old. Paw, tho hugo block of ico was completely An effort is already being mndo to hidden. Year nfter year the mosses grow and flourished, tho young plants form a circuit in South Dakota for uoxt trampling the older underfoot until tho season. Six associations aro interested. latter, rotting, turning into a rich mold, Old Jack, tho "hero of 100 battles," burying the conquered fragment of tho won a raco at Chillicothe, Ma, recentice king deeper nnd deeper. Then grass ly, stopping ono of his heats iu 2:10J.4'. seed found thoir way into tho moss, Tho great marc Kentucky Union, blown hither by tho winds or carried ' 2:07l4, it is said, has won ovor $5,000 there on tho feet of birds. They germi- - nnd 19 heats, from 2 :07 K to 2 :13 X this tinted and increased, and by their great-- , year. cr vigor iu turn almost blotted out tho Tho honor of having given tho word moss. To give finish to the charming when Gentry set tho world's pacing recpicturo this created, blooming plants belongs to Starting Judge took up their abodo nnd flourished, un- - ord at 2:00'2 James Culbcrtsou. til ovcry summer tho plateau is a gar- M. Beamer of Blaokburn, Mo., is 83 den of green, gold and white. How long this condition of things will last years old and still directs tho training of course it is impossiblo to say. At any of all tho colts on his farm. Ho owns timo nature, who now holds tho Ver- President Wilkes, 2:10 $. hoeff glacier in check, may unlooso hor STAGE GLINTS. hands, nnd then tho frozen river will likely pour down and out tho bay onco John Glendinning has appeared as more, crushing beneath it in its flow vegetation which now holds its head Macbeth at Glasgow. tho W. E. Aleehuu in IndeMme. Mario Samary's Theatro Blanc, iu triumph. pendent. which surprised Paris last season, will reopen. "Accident" Swindler. Alico E. Ives is nt work on a play Tho extension of electrio traction has for Neil Burgess, in which ho will star brought upon tho Fceno a particularly dangerous and offensivo swarm of ras- this season. Forbes Robertson hns produced at Edcals who prey upon tho streot railroad companies by bogus olaims for personal inburgh a mystical musio play by Ian injuries received iu real or imaginary Robcrtsou and Loarmont Drysdalo. accidents. Thoy aro fostered by a tribo Jules Aubrny, a French "iudia rub of disreputable nttornoys, who mako a ber mm). " is under arrest iu Paris, proctico of communicating with nil per- PlmriPil with riesortiou from tho arinv. sons whom thoy can identify us concernn.., mMm, t,no mmnn,i. A tits vujirv v siie.i v wu imm ed in any Btroot railway mishap, and ed three speciul performances of Wag- often without instructions issuo process ner'a iNinoiuugen uing iniogy ai Ber against the companies. Some of theso lin noxt mouth legal sharks havo a regular staff of deIt. kt Stephens is to wr to tectives, who prowl about tho depots play for E. ttSothcra. H will also and termini of the lines on tho lookout comedy for tho Now for oases. False witnesses aro ensily compose a modern company. usually liberal York Lyceum stock procured, and juries are Laura Johnfou, ono of tho first pupils in the matter of damages, tho greater portion of which aro swallowod up in of Stcclo Mnckaye, has won distinction in tho now melodrama uow running at tho attonioy's "cost." The evil has great that tho street railway tho Drury Lauo theater, London. 60 press is suggesting tho formation of a Tho present bill of tho Paris includes Yvotto Gnilbert, mutual protection society of somo kind. It is proposed to keop a register of tho Ll'ano do Pougy, Polin, Cnvalieri and names of claimants nnd interchange in- the new Spanish dancer Tortnjudu. formation as to persons who, it is moro Emily Bancker produced recently n than suspected, make a trade, of tho comedy entitled "A Divorco Curo. " business and travel from city to city for Tho play is n dramatization by Harry tho purpose. Boston Journal. Saint Mnur of one of his own stories called "An Averted Divorco." Icing tlio Ileds. John Hnro's American tour will In Florida, whero the heat nt night Nov. 10 nt Montreal. His repertory at Fotno seasons of tho year is almost as will include "Tho Hobby Horse," unuubeurnblo as in tho day, it is not of Specusual to ico tho bed beforo retiring to "Caste," "Mamma," "A Pair bo tacles" and two now plays to seen rest. This is dono iu a very simplowuy. first in Now York. A metal vessel or pot, much in tho form of tho ancient warming pan used ITEMS OF INTEREST. by our grandfathers, is tilled with ico, nud, after standing until tho Au average of 100,000 pounds of ico has completely cooled tho vessel, it snails aro eaten each wcok in Paris. is plnced between the shoets nnd moved From tho timo of St. Peter down to to nnd fro over the surface of the sheets and pillows until they urn quite cold. the car 1153 tho popes of Romo all Tills coolness of tho bedclothes is very woro beards. soothing to tho heated and wearied The normal temperaturo of a human body and invariably induces immediato being is !&a degrees F. that of a fish alwp. Cincinnati Euqaircr. ouly 77 degrees. s, Austriu-Hungariau t Brownlo Button w;n seriously anOF LIVERPOOL. noyed. Ity could not plan any nioo pieco of mischief without old Gray Owl finding it out and going about it to everybody. It wits BSBBEE C3STLBMSN. enough to turn any rospootnblc brownMANAGERS, ie's beard black with rage. But when Gray Owl crowned his wickedness by assisting porno other brownies to play Oommcrco Bnilding.lJLouisville. on Button tho very triok he had planned gents Throughout the Soulh. for their benefit poor Button could stand it no longer. "This is too much!" ho cried, dnnc-ing- , LOCAL AOr NT, whirling round aud turning somersaults in his excitement and ragu. "I Stanford, Kentucky. really must do something." J7f As fast as his legs could carry him ho How off tocousult hislriend Brownie 5 W. A. THIBBiLT, i San Francisco. don't quito fco what you Portland' -- . .To the quoth tho latter can do in tho matter," when ho had fully grasped the meaning of Button's breathless, somowhat ........Via '1 he .... incoherent talo of woe. "It is as well "H'm, 1 Bold. NOMTMWJEST to bo cautious when meddling with owls." "Stupid!" screamed Button. "I tell you I will Hay him alive; I will pull his ears, tear out his tail feathers; I'll" "Well, well, don't get excited," said Bold coolly. "I tell you what, let us go and consult Blockhead; ho is tho wisest brownio I know." Blockhead listened attentively; then, stroking his board, remarked sagely: "It is, I bclievo, a fact that if you placo salt on tho tail of a bird you can capturo him easily aud deal with him as you pi caso. " "Wonderful Blockhead, how clever you iirul" cried tho other two iu udmi-ration. "ii rflsr" SuiRtiii.'ttfti "tftllOUHYIIU ( vvrMtMim-AlBSat CuiCAtO lit Ho choked and stopped abruptly. fcr OnlylDinirg Car Koute Tnm iaOtrismtmc rnANK.J. REID,)S O. P. Sir Somers Vino has resigned tho assistant secretaryship of tho British Imperial iustituto in order to bo associated with n largo commercial enterprise in tho colonies. Sir H. II. Kitchoner's services as head of tho Dongola expedition havo been recognized by his being promoted from tho rnuk of brevet colonel to that of major general in tho British army. Tho Manchester peoplo ore going to put a portrait of Dr. Maclaren iu tho ort galleries of tho city. Dr. Parknr has just styled Dr. Maclaren "tho princo Df preachers in tho English speaking Elegant Pullman Vestlbultd Steep"! cl Modem Pattern. For maps or any Information, address Chicago. TO CHICAGO. ) Agtnt, or: i( r K. ! Louisville h.hacon ' A, lie sure local! for Monon Koute. onco procuro somo salt," added Button. "May I count on your assistance, Blockhead, in placing it on "I will at Penvor. ir YOU St Panl. AKI001NO...... world." Sir Edwnrd Monson, tho present Brit-in- h embassador to France, is not unknown iu America. Ho acted as arbitrator between Denmark nnd tho United States in tho famous Butterfleld claims. Philip Gilbert Hamerton, at tho time of his death, had completed his auto yar, biography up to his twenty-fiftwhen ho was married. Tho narrative has been continued from that timo by his widow nud will bo published soon. John Pakkala of Calumet, Mich., after having nn arm amputated at the shoulder, was ablo to get up and walk down the hospital stairs to tho ambulance. Though ho fought in tho Russian ranks nil through tho Turkish war and has for tho pat 12 years worked iu a dangerous calling underground, this is the first time ho wus ever hurt. h SILK. In 1840 tho silk factories of Prussia employed 14,000 operators. In 1714 tho first regular silk mill in Englaudwas put in oporation at Derby. Tho size of each thread, as spun by the silkworm, is ono part of au inch in diameter. Tho official executioner of tho sultnn of Turkey uses a Mlken cord in strangling persons ordered to bo put to death. Silkworm authorities estimate that tho larvtu from ono ounce of eggs will eat 1,200 pounds of mulberry leaves aud produco 120 pounds of cocoons. "Muscndino" is n diseuso to which silkworms uro liahlo. It consists of a fungous growth iu the body, which breaks through tho skin aud speedily kills tho insect. Tho hpider produces silk of a fair quality, but tho difficulty of rearing spiders nnd tho small quautity of product from eacli insect has caused tho abandonment of all efforts to produco bpider silk. Iu tho timo of Francis I Bilk gowns were forbidden to all ladies bolow tho rauk of countess. Tho wives of wealthy merchants managed to evade tho law by having woolen gowns lined with bright colored silks. In tho year 1805 tho valuo of tho manufactured silk imported to this country was S3 1.200. 20a. Jn tlio snuio year tho vuluo of tho uumnnufuctured which wos brought to this country was 122,020,055. Iu tho timo of Pliny silk was sup posod to bo a vegctublo product, and his "Natural HiBtory" contains a long , w h , ,ckcd East In(iic8 and spun xr0IU trec3 and wovcu into fabrics. St Louis our enemy's tail?" "Certainly," responded tho wlso ono. Button laid iu two largo bags of salt, aud thu threo conspirators waited long aud wearily tocatch tho Gray Owl napping. At last it "eemed that a chance enme. Gray Owl sat on a low tree, his back to his fotw, and appeared entirely uncoii'ciou of their pneneo, t salt, Blockhead Taku.-- a handful stole up behind him, more cautious, but still smiling and confident. Bold followed, while Button took up a discreet position well iu tlio background. Just us Blockhead raised his hand over the feathers jHTkiiiK out so temptingly Gray Owl turned, and, with n whir, Hew in tho brownie's faco and kno-kehim over. Button aud Bold tumbled over each other iu their hivsto to get behind the salt bags, but tho owl sailed over them carelostdy, uttering a - woo," long, triumphant "whoo-t- u which irritated Button exooodlugly. "This comes of trusting to idiots," ho cried " "This comes of trying to holp a retorted Bold, and tho two bounced off iu opposite directions. Thus loft alone, Blockhead placidly gathered himsolf up and took possession of the salt, and Gray Owl is still at largo. d NORTH ox 1 .. 1. K.. WXST, Louisville 4 NasiHviuc R. n. Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trnins Maktjcloie connections st LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. HKOUOII TICKETS SOLD. IIAGOAGE C1IKCKKD 1HKOU01I For any Information squlis cf JOKS, KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky r K cow-ard,- "Big Four" New Line litwren Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, j ' will give h Bilk n box rf sum to the a:hool girl who first sends tho correct solution to the folio a ing problem: A niwii purc!ned uroeenes to the amount !of:ilcnls When he came to pay lor the eoods. hn hud only a ono dollsr bill b three cent piece nnd n two cnt piece The store keeper hail a half dollar and a quarter. Tney ar pealed to n hyHtnnder, but he hnd only two dim 03 pr.d a penny. V mtdeepssv nd Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. shirt waist, a ready TIIK SCIIEDL'LI', m ' m ule After some perplexity tho chance ff 'be sitlnfifMon of all. e l.vo Cincinnati 9 00 a. m. 9 IS p. u. . . . Air. Toledo j 13 p. m. 6 Sa. tu. p.m. Arr. Detroit ij a. in. Throuth coachr. and parler csrs on day trslns Through coachts, Wsgner Mccplng Cars Cmctn. natl to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night trains. No service letwecn Cincinnati, Toledo and De troit is AS COOIIAMIUII NEW VORK LINK, IAS OOI AS OUk CHICAGO LINK, IDASOURST LOUIS LINE. A) lluj your tickets through via "lllg Four " For full mfoiniitioii call on scents cr addrrti 1) II MAKTIN, K. O McCOKMALK, Gen. Pass. .V Tkt. Agt, Pats. '1 ratt c Mcr $J w n m met Sunday afternoon while walking up Main street, eays the Reporter. The la dies saluted each other with rcooundiug kipsfs. On( of the tnrnrd and eaid: Why your wile kieees just like mine does." " Well," rephoJ tho othir, "riLe uuxht to, for 1 taught them both." wivr-n Two ParfpianB and their K,y. Midland Only Dliect LIlc Ilctwecn R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between Frankfort, Georgetown and Pnrla, Oarlislo, Mnysvlllo, Oynthlnnn, Falmouth nnd Oovlnarton. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Tin.eTabl April 19, i8t6. Trains V A doctor in the Uighlano'H ol Sco'laud No. 1. No 3. No. 7. whose patients nro scattered over a wide t RAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. 6 35 4 03 00 district, takes cmier pigeons with him Lv Franklort A Klkborn so j cl 4 18 o hia rounds and senile his prescriptions " Stamping tiround 7 17 437 tt " Georgetown..!!... 7 45 4 33 s 13 by them to the apothecary, lie leaven Arr. C S. Depot......... 7 50 5 00 a 10 8 jo " Pans C. pigeons, too, with distant families tu be 4 00 j 33 bis services are needed. ci luooo when TRAINS WEST. No. s. No.s. No. 10. No. 1 1 1 1 ..,. Folios-Berger- o I t0 Globe-Democr- at DAINTY TRIFLES. Bohemian glass loving cups aro as in appcarauco as in name, Turkish coffoo cups sot in silvor frames aro expensive, but beautiful. Silvor bell, silver namo plato and silver bicyclo whistles nro now counted among tho woll to do wheelwomau's bo-co- It 1b pojtirely asserted by Beveral gentlemen that a prominent Republican orator the other night made a Blip by saying that Christ was betrayed by JuliuB Caesar. Now. Julius has been accused 01 n.itny ;diireputable things, but of this he was never btf ore accused, We don't boneve it. C Lve Paris 9 30 "C. 8. Depot II toss " Georgetown 10 40 " Stamp's Gro'd 1038 " Hlkhorn .. 11 16 Arr Frsnkfcrt A... 1130 a. iu. p. m. 63 s 51 6 36 a. ra. 4 JJ 545 p. m. 6 40 7 8. 634 711 715 S7 733 813 Frankfort SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive 11 outfit Thero is quito n fad just now among both sexes for collecting stoins, or Gorman earthenwnro beer mugs, from purely decorativo motives. Sido combs of light tortoiso shell surmounted by a closo ect row of penrle nnd turquoises mixed ploaso young women for oveniug wear. , An aluminium alcohol lamp set in a square caso of crocodilo leather is for tho woman globo trottor and is couvouieut for boating water, curling tongs, cto. A uovolty in chatelaines for ladles' watches is composed of soveral enameled bars, graduated in sizo aud linked togothor with littlo gold balfs. Tho corresponds with that on the SMtch, Jewelers' Circular. on-am- ol An aged Missouri farmer declares that the coming winter will be unusually Be vere, (or Bays he: "When the mule 'AlU .sijii.e, Mtz 'XKornmia IOC miaiimnn.t . Iff hollers a ,reat deal it is a euro tiigp, and -! ArtlJn t....Itll1. ...II ....III. .A w. ..... .'ni.vwniftl, ... . 'II lnotniM mi unions 11111 ihey have been hollering most of the "iiir I.O ujf lOIVJIVnill jtl)UOl)M 'PIJOAV 1V10J,1U uu.iuij.x1cJ ouiju ajv iuu ;o uoiiujjo js oSi vi time lutny " " A Leave Frankfort 4 23 p. m. arrive Georgetown 3 13 p. ra. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points Uouth, Kast, North and West. For futther information apply to their agenta. C. D. UKKCAW. Gen. Pass. Agent.. GEO. H. HA RPEU, Hec'r fe Gen.Sup Frankfort Kv 30 a.m. Vi bo-g- in -- Laura Baker, an iumato of the Lakeland Asylum, drowned herdelf iu the lake on the premises. Mi fie I suffered (or wcrks wiih colic and paint in my stomach cuused by biliousness anil hid to take muliclDe all the while until 1 used Chamberlain's Ccl c, Cholera atd Diarrhoea Remedy which I have since recommended it to cured me. a Kood many people. Mrs. K. Duller, Kairhaven, Co.iu. Persons who are subject to bil.out colic can ward elf the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptoms appear. Si Id by Craig it Hocker, Druggists. ttKJlMtttff 'sxNaxvdqnwui smuvw Noisaa -VAV-AVD mwwg ra orn u oHivrra Jf) o.uj u.ujS oonou o a" oi'.qn't am ii.Mj.xi ii3iioj, Mn fumoU'MVl lu.tivil aiaavj ujliouiy un)ii.iwlaii4tiaju joj imjunq tsopiu ailo.V M8M VMimUll 198 f'03 V KSnU 01 uiiJM 9txpuiii o.u; pun uoitsuuujui aoj1 Uow to Curo Dllloua Colic o 'trXHOIUAcJOa .( mM s JA bro-ko- n jo; UB01J3U1V Xouafly D.uggiltl. "The worst cold I ever had in my lire was cured by Chamberlain's Ccugh Kemedy," writes W. II. Norton, ol butter Creek, Cal. "This cold left me w th a cough and I w as expectorating all the time, the remedy cured me and I want all my friends hen troubled with a cough or cold 10 use it, for r will do them good." Sold by Craig & Hocker, ouuuops T Rf I Wanted-- An Protect your tdeaai they may tiring you wealth. Write JOHN WKDDEKIlURN It COPatent Idea sggSS aa4 net ot two nuadrta InTentlon wmuuT UBpy , ' r'.'rk t'iift'iicaai g&toXJW 4 iu ' - - iirn sfisj nil fJ - nt 1 jaaUuajs. IsntViTTf '1 y a."'nu s?.Ssk 11 t : ""' Jtsirf et. ksJteklMeSktfSawSAAhaAeshHH Ik 9- ttyztfwj W& ?&GM6f&a& m y, HwyWlk it ' f y rifc Stanford, Ky., E. C. - Nov. 10, 1896 AUCTION. .1 &&ti s - Walton, Business Manager. will begin. Yoo should take your prescriptions to Penny' drug store where prompt and accurate service is guaranteed. PEltHONAL POINTS. Mi8B Maiiy Cowa.n baa returned from Missouri. Mus. W. P. TATKia visiting her sishr, in Telfttisonville. Mhh. S. J. Watts baa been visiting Mrs. B.H. Danls. Mim.O. H. Ybaokii, of tho Uedgeville ruction, ia very il!, Mn. IkkSmlitaiii), of Monticello, is Monday, November 9th, .To offer at Auction my Entire Stock of. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing'. Come and invest your money at your own price and watch for big bargains. Cloak MARKED- have now on hand more than 350 Cloaks and Capes, all new this season. They occupy a great deal of space we wilt devote to Christmas Goods, which will be opened Nov. 27. The warm, bright weather has hurt the Cloak business, so we must force sales by cutting prices, The Cloak weather is sure to come, but we can't wait. The prices were low to begin with, but at the new prices no one who has any idea of buying a Wrap this season will hesitate any longer. VVc W. P. TATE, - - Stanford. minnliu with friends here. Miss Jkan Shbluv, of Arcadia, ia the gueBt cf Mrp. Lizzie McAliater. Mk. T. J. White, of Oorbiu, is visiting his old friends on the Hanging Fork. Mrp. J. L. Con wav, of Wich ta, Kas., The New Prices n $3.00 Black Double Cape, Ikaid Trim, now Plain, Single Cape, Fur Edge Collar S.i. 00 Double Boucle Cape, Fur and Uraid Trimmed " " 86. 56 Double Beaver " $7 00 Seal Hush Cape, Fur Edge, now SS. 50 Seal Plush Cape, Chinchilla Edge, now SiO.ooScal Plush Cape, Handsomely Jetted, now S7.50 Finest All Wool Kersey Capes, now Si 0.00 Cloth Capes, 10 styles, now Si 7. 50 Seal Plush Cape, Jet and Fur Trimmed, now Si. 50 Sqc 2.50 4.75 5.00 Coo 7.50 5.75 7.50 12.50 JACKETS , $4 00 Heaver Jackets, Latest Shape", now S5.00 Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, now 5750 Ladies' and Misses' Black and Colored Jackets, now....:.. Si.0.00 Ladies' and Misses' Full Silk Lined Jackets, now S12 50 Ladies' Full Changeable Silk Lined Jackets, now Si 5.00 Ladies' Kersey, Boucle and Frinez Jackets, now S3. 00 3.50 5.75 7.50 9.75 12.00 , aTA few Very Handsome Jackets Very Cheap."13 Children's Cloaks. ft Children's All Wool Light Weight Reefers at now Reefers in S2.00 Children's ' ' " " S3.00 " " " " " " S5.00 " Newest Shapes and Finest Cloths, " 37,50 New-Mixture- $ S9 1.25 1.75 3.SO now 4.50 m.MLm'-, m B &WCmi yj rrm 7t m Mn wr mtmrmmr tmaFii Vy V Aji .. rmm m Jl-i-- CX '.. ItllJl JL ,j?rw rrw JCX JLJ JL ,m.m, mjm) Sii I S4.00 Coney Fur Collarettes, now Si 1. 00 Muskrat Collarettes, now Si 1.50 S15.00 $15.09 820.00 Imported Grey Chinchilla Collnrettes, now Electric Seal and Marten Collar, now Real Monkey with Seal Collar, now Marten or Real Sealskin, now S2.50 7.50 7.50 10.50 10.50 15.00 spent several days with relatives here. In both ladies' and gentlemen's garments Mi a. W. H. Niaii, of ColumbuB Grove, 0 , ia tbo guest of Mr8. William Geer. W. B. Wkahkn epent Beveral dayB with his aiater, Mrs. R. G, Hail, at Somerset. Mit.G. L. IIail, agent of the Q. A. 0., at Somerset,, was here Saturday attend-in- ;; The stock of Ladies' Hosiery is infinitely larger than any before offercourt. . Mus. Ei.izwiaTii McAlibteu ill enter- ed to the public at this establishment. The qualities of both cashtain in honor of her guest, Mies mere, fleeced and cotton Jean Shelby. Mus. Kbllbr and children returned with Mr. G. C. Keller, Jr., to Washing ton Saturday. Mn. H. W. Bain, of Lexington, an experienced auctioneer, is disposing of W. Is much better than ever handled, while the profits are equally smallP. Tate's goods. er. "The best goods that can be sold for the price asked," is the Mies Lucilk Menefkk, of Georgetown motto of Female College, camo home Saturday to vieit her boruefolke. tfc 0 j Miss Mahv Tuttlb, the evangelist, who has been with Mrs. L. B. Cook, a month, left yesterday for London. Mus. N. B. Price, Mr. Ed Price and Mr. T. J. Price, of Garrard, were guests of Dr. A.S. Price Saturday. The Mt. Vernon Signal says that Socauso Bryan haa proved himself tbo greatest "Wo Do Not man oinco the birth ol Christ. select some few articles and Mite. Mollik Young and pretty d Blightell how low we sell them, don't think ter, Mies Alice, passed through from th?t our goods are high priced. Louisville to Lancaster Saturday. Our competitors know that, quality Mus. Mahy M. Givk.ns, of Lincoln county, is visiting her son, Mr. L. considered, we sell goods cheaper than Hnrrodsburg Democrat. others that's what bothers them; but Mb. II. L. GsKKeays he will go West it's your advantage. this week and grow up with the country Our store was designed and arranged His pretty little wife will follow later. to do business with small expense, yet Miss Annie Alcokn took a stenographit is the most commodious and carries ic report of the evidence in the Adams Penny's Drug Store. largest stock. suit for damages against the L. & N. Mr. axd Mrs. S. V. Rowland were here yesterday en loute to Richmond to vieit their daughter, Mrs. S. B. White. Mkb. J, E. Wallin, of Crab Orchard, Ky,, is here collecting for the Wrought Iron Range Co. ABbland, Viv, Herald Miss Rachel Allison, who baa spent several months in the North and Northeast, is with bereieter, Mrs. Mary Burcb. Squiiik JohnKlli.-'-, of Hustonville, bns rented the Vandeveer place, on the Somerset pike, and will move his family down in a few days. Come in and see the beautilul line I show. EvMkesks. Wm. Gaines and coiiBin, Alva ery piece of Carpet and Matting will go 'at remRice, of Little Mount, Spencer county, are visiting relatives here and at Lancasnant prices. Come posted and sec what a surter and at Crab Orchard. prise awaits you. W. A. Caison, of Cinb Orchard, was here yesterday talkini; al'OUt a line boy which has recently arrived at bis house, and which has been named Undertaker and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Window for Lis father. Shades, Picture Frames, &c. Stanford, Ky. Miss Ellkx Ghanoei: Owslby, of Lancaster, took the train here yesterday for Louisville, where she will visit friends for a few days and then go to Henderson to remain soiuo time with Mrs. Shirley Olore, who was Mies Lena Archer. Mr. W. E. Pbhkins, the Crab Orchard Is the certainty of fulfillment merchant, finds consolation in the fact of each and every one of them. When you!,'leave that bo lives in a democratic voting place. It went three for Bryan, while it your watch with me for repairs it is sufficientjguaran-te- e went only one for Cleveland. He furththat you w ill have an accurate and reliabletime-piece- . er says that the republican majority in tho Crab Orchard precinct was cut 3G Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are over Bradley, and that is a further cause for his feeling good. ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? At our line of Underwear if you want good goods at popular prices. OK! Superior Values Are Now Offered. K! r. s. !;wrfr Jm &kJW JElO T? YtfrcYfrJBfr SSS03 5X3S00(iXS( S(?XSS0Se &&&&e&AS)(! ( Rugs, Carpets, Matting's, Oil Cloths. nd W. W. WITHERS Back of IVIy Promises CITY AND VICINITY. SoManobbv styles in jacketa at Severance & Son's. Nkw Fall goods We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. at Mrs. Kate THOMAS DALTON. Dudder-ar'- a this week. 2,000 Yds. Beit Turkey Red & Black Calico, 3 SPECIAL SALE Paints, oils, &c.t cheaper Craig & Hocker's. 3-. than eyer at " 4c PexecBirriONa Craig & Hocker'a. sale. waytJownin prices at House and lot on Whitley Avenue for C. 0. Witherp. FINE BLACK DRESS OODS. We will offer 17 Pieces of our Latest and Best Black Dress Goods, such us Boucles, Blanket Goods, English Cheviot, Jacquards, Mo- hair Serges and Fancies, and Silk and Wool Novelties, 48 to 56 inches wide, former prices $1.25, $1.40 and Si. 50; choice of lot for - Nuw Raisins, Currants, Citron and " Nuts at Warren & Shanks.' . . . Kentucky Souveuir spoons for Xmae. Taking ordera now. Danka. Hiqqins McKinney ABTO Are the Only Cash Men in Stanford on New pipes, line French briar and sweet cob at 5c up. W. B. McHoberta. af- The bird law expires next Sunday, ter which tbey may be killed till Jan , 1. BiaaBST Stock of Canned Goods and Picklea of all sortaat Warren & Shanks." m Groceries, ." Hardware, Stoves, &e. Attractive Prices on Queensware. Try us and be Convinced What Cash Will Do. x 98 CEiVTS PER YARD. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., Danville. McIntosues at reduced prices. A good one for a little money. Farria & liar-din. Doh't fail to see our new bats and bonnets before you buy. Mm. Kate Dud-derar. JW' Ipsj h - - T T- - yX . -- sr 'r ',J ' '" T. C";',l"'Vri"'','H-",i- i in mini I lEllTiqn ...jl 4 emi-Week- . Interior Journal AT MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Thomas Al'on, Red SO and Mrs. Susan Swift, S4, were married at Kokotno, ly published Evory Tuosday and Friday lud. 92 FEB YiCAR not opaid IN" ADVANCE will be S2.6Q charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains lesve Stanford p. m., returning al 4;t m u 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 m., and 9:20 p. ra. L.&N. Mo. LOCAL TIME CARD. ii, Train goinglNorth, " " No, 10. " South No. 11. " i, No. QUEEN & CRESCENT. -3 J 37P m n. 3 04 p ra 03 P m Trains pan Junction Uty a follows: ...3 41 p m J 07 p ra No, a North No. 1 South ...1. co p m 4 u.cpara j .3.15 a m " S 3? ra : a S.mtn v JJ f and o tn 10 run ,600 furra no and Notk. Nos, 4 and 5 er than Junction City. All traini stoo there. 1 ... -- :y &AKP POWDER Absolutely der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United StatesGov-emine- A cream of tartar Daking Report. Pur.l pownt fe I ' royal baking;powder:co. New York. The marriage of a pretty shop Rlrl to Baron Lyvent, who Is 72 ytara of age, haa created a Benaation in London. Mfts Lucy Ilaye, of Boono county, attempted aulclde by BbootinR herself in the head because her beau was put In jail fcr drunkenness. John Westinghome, superintendent of the Sunday school at Batavia. 0 , olop. ed with a member of hischurcb. leaving a wife and eiRht children behind, Mr. LI. B. Dillingbam and wife, of Richmond, celebrated their golden wedding Friday. The Negro servant who nursiu Mrs. Dillingham and who eerved the wedding feast for them waa present. Miss Mary Ella Tinsley, tbo handsome daughter of Judge J. H.Tinaley.of Birbourville, was married last week to Mr. Fred Olark Rector, of Columbus, 0. The bride has frequently visited here where she haa many friends and admirers. A few days ago a man in Cincinnati was married to the materialized spirit of his dead sweetheart. The room was floated out of darkened, the bride-spircabinet, and the spirit of a minister the performed the ceromony, not forgetting-tpocket his fee.' The ghostly bride then disappeared, and the bridegroom went home. He will continue to sew on his buttons as heretofore. Barnett, a pretty Mlaa Amanda school teacher at Kensee, baa sued Chas. L. Brown for broach of promise. The suit was brought at Williamsburg. The fellow is not worth a dollar, but Miss Barnett eays she has been so badly imposed upon and deceived she put up her attorney's fee for the sake of having the satisfaction of teaching the young man a lesson in loye affairs that he may it not fortet. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. J. G. Smith baa been appointed postmasttr at Sumner, Whitley county. Huuh Ketron was fat illy shot by Robert Egbert, a tax collector, In Mercor county, when he refused to pay his school tax. The body of T. J. Lumpklne, a night watchman, at Cumberland Gap tunnel, wbb found dead near Cumberland Gap with Beveral bullet holes in him. Free pikes loae In Madison county the majority not being up to the constitutional requirement. The vote is 6,000 in the county and there is a lack of 129S to carry it. The East Jellico Coal Co , near naa reduced the wages of its employes 23 per cent. The men at this mine voted for McKinley and prosperity, but the above is whet thoy got. The free turnpike agitation Is beginning to make itself manifest in Marion county. A toll gate keeper on the Spring, field pike has been notified to collect no more tolls. Guards have been stationed at the gate and'a determined resistance to mob violence will bo made. The fiiht for postmaster at Danville has already begun, with three applicants in the ring. They are George D. Batter-tolately Adams Express agent, E. B, Linney, one of the active membera of tie John W. Yerkes club, andS. D. VanPelt, who held the of!i:e under Harrison. Leland J. Howard, said to be from Garrard, was found dead in an at Richmond, under circumstances that warranted the arrest of Luther Sanders, a cousin of the dead man, and Jerry colored, of that city. Howard when seen with the two men a few hours before his death, haa $10, which web missing when his body was found. S.G. Bovle. proprietor of the Lex ington Herald, haa been Etied for 123,000 damages for libel, by MUa Kittle Uanna, of Harrodaburg, who Btates in her that there was printed in the HorBld an article charging her with Gendisb cruelty toward Ambrose Qnisenberry, a little boy who was adopted by Miss Han-n- a from the Charity Organiz.t'oa home in Lexington. n, out-hous- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon M 1 Dentist, t Stanford, Ky N522 Office over McRoberti' Drug Store in the Owsley llullding. le, u At Huron, 8. D., 12 to H Inches of snow covers the ground. The schooner Waukesha, went to pieces olT Muskegon, Mich., and six men were drowned. Any way you look at It, tho termination of this great campaign is bound to result dlsasterouBly for the Nation's braeB bands. Former Assistant Cashier Charles Stone, of tho Midway Deport Bank, was acquitted at Versailles of the charge of umbezz'emeut. The Carnegie Steel Company will build two additional blast furnaces, and will spend n total of Sl.i'oO.OOO In Improvements, so claimed. At Starke, FU., Arthur Roberts shot his brother John to death when he found him in an uncompromising posi tion with the former's wife. John U. Inuiau, head of tho cotton house of Inmau, Swan & Co , and a bus ness man of national reputation, died of heart failure at ew oik. The notorious "Can" Hatfield an his aon Glenn, who killed three men on election day in West Virginia, were cap. tured by a posso of citizens. adA Louisville chair company has 10 per cent., and tbo De vanced wages Puw Plate Glass Works at Now Albany will soon reaume operations. ThA hntlnrof A locomotive, which had just been pronounced all right, In the yards at Atlanta, killing one and wounding another man. Thomaa Lynch, a Nashvlllo Negro, cut his wile'e throat, hen his aunt's and wound up the job by cutting bis own. The aunt Is dead and the others will die. J. O. RyHii and Jerry Show fought a dnel wlthknlvea near New Albany. The latter's Bead waa almost severed from his" body, while the former waa badly cut about the face and neck. They quarreled aver the election. A Pennsylvania company is leasing oil lands In the vicinity of Ashland, Ky. It is proposed to tore for oil in the spring. An effort Is also being made to induce the Standard Oil Company to lav their pipe line to Ashland. Hon. John M. Thurston la not in a position to feel particularly elated over the result in Nebraska. Thurston made lu tho camconspicuous hlmaolf by his jealousy and abuse of Mr. paign Bryan, anu the votera of Nebraska have given a decided opinion of Thurston and Tnurstonism. Bob Farrell, the Mason county convict, sent up for seduction and murder, is dying in the penitentiary, where he ought to die. On his application for pardon, Gov. Bradley wrote: "Farrell seduced the mother and daughter and murdered the husband and father; I see no reason to interfere." In the case of W. D. Miles, of Marion, who cot judgment against the L. A N. f jr putting him oil the train at Loret-twhen his ticket read to Chicago, because the train was not scheduled to stop there, the court of appeals holds that the company has a right to fix it) stopping points and the plaintiff is not entitled to damages. o, man in the county. Pastor B. F.Taylor writes from Mt. Freedom, Jessamine county: "I have just closed a meeting of 13 days with this church, resulting In a genuine revival and 20 professions of faith. Thirteen baptized and sovon others await the or dinance." Baptist Recorder "A lady 7S yoars old was at Jhe Bltar seeking sanctiflcation. She had. beon n consistent christian for GO years." Thus reads au account of a eanctificationltt meeting in Arkansas. Think of a lady who had been "a consistent chrisltn for GO years," going to "the altar seeking Banctllicatlon"! -- Baptist Recorder. In his thanksgiving proclamation, Gov. Bradley says with unusual unctioD: Ttie State or nation that is unmindful of, or ungrateful for the blessings bestowed by a merciful God can not and should not deserve prosperity. To Him wo owe all that we are and hopo to be. Ho has prevented war and pestilence, filled our granerlee, preeerved our honor and protected our institutions. Dedication ot the Christian Church at Hubble The completion of the Christian church at Hubble waa celebrated Sunday by one of the largest crowds that has ever gathered for religious purposes in that Ecctlon ot tbo country. The crowd began to arrive as early as eight o'clock and by 10 the house was packed, with hundreds on the outside who could not gain admittance. The building is a beautiful little chapel, capable of Boating about 300 people; ot Gothic stylo of architecture, stained glass windows with which tbe furniture, oak, beautifully harmonizes. The total coat was about 3,000, $2,000 of which had been paid. Tho balance was expected to be raised Sunday bat was not, a balance ot Beveral hundred dollars being left on the building, which, it is expected will be raised during tho weok and the house formally dedicated next Sunday. Elder Tinsley, who organized the church, preached tho morning sermon, being assisted by Prof. B. J. Pinkerton, of Uustonviile, Elders Walden, of Lancaster, Livingston, of Crab Orchard, and Sharrard, of Stanford. After ft moat bountiful and elegant repast furniahtd by tbe ladiep, tho services wero resumed at 2 o'clock, Elder Sharrard preaching at tbe Christian and Elder Walden at the M. E. churcb, which was kindly opened for an oveiflow meeting. Servicea will beheld each night this week by Elder Tinsley. 'I ho people of that section deserve a great deal of credit (or undertaking and completing bo nice a home of worship at this timo. J.T. S. Col. J. P. Chandlor reports the sale I of J. W. Beck's personalty Saturday, as Rov. James M. Chestnut died in follows: Corn in field 89c to 00c per bar. I Those Rockcastle, aged 71. Ho was a minister rel, timothy hay 3lc per hundred; jack Illbb are having- iclalms sgalmt the late at once requested to present them to me WM. 1IKCK, Admr., for 40 years and marriod more couples $75,jonnets$10to$20. cow and calf $10 propttly ptuvon. f SU lord, Ky. funerals than any and horso $10. goeds and preached tnoro The household CHURCH CHIMES. NOTICE - 6j-t- 11 sold fairly well. The biggest cattlo trado mado in West Texas tor lomo time was Hustonvillo, Ky., weok by disposing of the Desires to announce to her old cuttomers and ranch and all tho cattlo belonging to tho friend that her Diets Making Tailors are now estate of the late Dr. J. B. Taylor for tho open ler vitltnrs and Invite any desiridg her to cll eaily and secure dates, sum of $00,000 Ttioro are supposed to bo 5.300 cattle and they averaged in prico 1 1 $10 a head. I S A fairly good crowd came to town FAUL, 1896. yestorday and there was boiuo demand Tho following trades for good cattle. wero made: J. G. Burneldo bought a Hull stock ol Km It aud Ornamental Tress, Vines, hellers at 2Jc. S. Q, Orapo for the Small Krults, Asparagus, and every bunch of We Orchard. Lawn and Uarden thine to Gover, of Pulaski, sold 35 ewes at l,05 employ no Agents. Try us aon prices aBU ire the 01 illllercnce octwecn inotc ""' ami 109 wothors at $2 27J. Penco A. Beck Catalogue on application to K'owr II. K. HILI.KNMKVKll, 3c and cattlo at bought 10 Lexington, Ky. 6;.im sold to John P. Embry 18 oxport cattlo at 4c. with $10 premium on tho bunch. They also sold to Farris A, Whitley n pair Allen & Coffey Bold ot mules for 1140. 0 yearlings tor $111 23 and F. P. Bishop Karm No. contains t?l acres In Washington county, Ky.. the greater part of which Is In grasij bought a lot of butcher Btuff at 21c. Miss Bottia V. Logan, ter-vic- conBU-matedht- Bt e j8-- T-REE- TREES 7O0-poun- d 854-poun- Two Farms For Sale. 1 TUX KLaCTORAL VOTK. States. Alabama,, Arkansas. California Colorado Connecticut.. Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana . McKinley. Bryan. .11 . 8 9 4 G a 1 includwell watered; with gocxlimpiovemsnts, ing Hew metal roof tobacco barn for 10 acr crop. This farm Is situated in what is pronounced the bett district In Kentucky tor Whit Hurley CjmfoitabW residence house. Farm No. contain 300 acres in same locality, with brick dwdlinu. Large stock and tobacco barns. One ol th bett improved farraa in the county. Both farms art In fine ttato of pressivatlon, welt watered ond fenced. Ckwe to R. it. depot, schools, L3TC market and ou a fin turnpike. 0,lBf0nn4U0n"PP,MO To-tac- J.N.SAUNDERS, 10 Stanford, Ky. - ... 21 15 13 13 3 NEW MILLINERY. Tbe latest things In Fail and Winter Mllllneiy now In stock and the ladies of .Stanford and vicinity ate Invited tocall in and see tht latett styles. Mils laiboe has arrived and Is ready to wait on her old customers and as mtny new ones as will come. M1S L1CCIU HEAZI.KV. Mantcrd, Ky. 71 .10 ... 8 , Maine Maryland MaeBschuaetts 0 8 15 14 3STOTIOE3 9 17 ! Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri tViontana 9 ..................... .- -. l U t1 . ............... dbraska Nevada New Hampshire Ndw Joisny Now Jersey North Carolina North Dakota ... 4 10 B0 -- . 3 AU persons desiring Locust I'eits for plank fenee pott and railing or wiic fence, can tied what they want at my stoic near Cedar Crick, on the pike leading from Crab Orchard to riltnlord I alto keep always on hand a good supply of plank far fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building purAll persons deposes; also boards and shingles siring any articl ol this kind can call on me at ray store near Cedar Creek. O. W SINGLETON. JHf June i,a M.S. .11 . 3 IlACOUMiN. J. W. i'.ACOIIMAO. M. S.& J. W. Baughman, -- 9 4 32 4 unto. Oregon PcnusylvaniR Rhode Island South Carolina..... South Dakota Tenntaiee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia,. Washington West Virginia Wlfconeln Wyoming Totals rioraiiroKt- LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. 12 15 S , ... II you need livery give us a call. Nething out turnouts will leave our stable, bee us l)r rates. Id our Brit-cla- ss 4 BLACKSMITH SHOP. ..12 i I ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. & Co. n fow ... ; Wilt guarantee rlrsl-clu- s LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ' - ; To Save, Money Thes Times OnJOur Line of Tailor-Mad- e e Che-naul- r, GlotMDO K wife, who have visiting relatives here, have rebeen turned to Lawrenceburg. John K. West has bought tho residence of tho lata W. J. Olemerson on Richmond Avenue for $2,200. Cipt. Wm. Herudon says that the democratic lawyers at Stanford, were unable to get out and speak, as court was in Besaiou, or the result in Kentucky might have been different. The official vote in Garrard gives the majorities; McKinley 424; following Burnam 331; Davison 439; Napier, repub lican candidate for Representative, 307; Livering received 57 votes and Palmer R ErtHughesand peti-tio- n I ' We Guarantee A Fit And Prices That You Will Not Hesitate To buy at when you se; the goods MORE NEWS NOTES. The Republic of Hawaii has granted Lil, &c. a full pardon to United Statea Associate Justice Field celebrated the SOth anniversary of his birth. Michael, the bicyclist, rode 10 mi! a Vj mlnutea and 25 seconds at New Orin leans. A heavy storm on Lake Erie did great damage to shipping and caused a loss of life. John Wilson, a Cynthiana Negro, we'qffer at $5, $7. SO, $8 and $10. ate olght boxes of sardines and died tLe Overcoats, Storm and Drejs following day. Hats, Shoes, Shirts and nobbiest West Union, O., while watching the reNeckwear in the State. publicans celebrate. -- NearRthlgh, N. C, Thomas Rob- Mrs. Henry Krimble fell dead at ,. erta beheaded his brothur Eitvard with an axe after a hot quarrel. Garret A, Vandoven, a cousin of the 9 waa billed at High-towVice Pretident-elec- t, N. J., while celebrating his rela. L. Frohman & Co., - Danville. lives victory. One man was killed, one was fatally injured and three seriously hurt by the explosion of boilers in a colliery near Ashland, Fa. I3ARKERJ Proprietor, J. F. Walter Castle, charged with shop- The Paris Kentuckian eaya that Malifting, was acquitted in London. Ilia A of Midway, bought 10 car 4 wifo pleaded guilty and wbb sentenced to rtini Hudson, Ratei TWO DOLLARS Per Day. sugar mules In Bourbon threo months' imprisonment without loads of extra head and Remodeled and refurnlihed thrcughoul. la e hard labor. They are aristocratic Amer-ican- andHarrlBonat$105to$U0tt Sample Roopis. irnt Conmodlous Malls and olUce connected by Electric 19 Ir. to New Orleans. will ship , The Globe n, BARKER HOUSE, Kentucky. If Bryan geta one electoral vole in Kentucky, those who bet that McKinley would carry the State will not win as he would only receive a part and not nil of the electoral vote, which waa expected to be cast as it unit. It is hoped that, when the money questiou is sprung again, all parties will agree to throw gold and silver on the mBrketand let them go for their value, as horees and cattle do. This is the only solution ot the problem. Law can not make value. About 2,000 votes wero cast In tliia county, ou Tuesday, which is about 300 more than was over cast bsfore, and yet there has been no perceptible increase in population. This Is only accounted for by the fact that a number of illegal Negro votes were cast, some being end a number being under age. It ia difficult to arrive at tho age of a Negro, and, in the absence of a registration law, we should consult tho grnd jury. We submit to tho majority and hope that something will be done to relieve tbe people. Considering the money and powerful corporations which opposed the democratic ticket, the vote received enables us to sae victory in defea. Tho derxosratBhavo u dark future In thiB county, but thoy hold the balance of power and, if thoy do not put out a ticket noxt year, they will choose between other candidates and defeat thoso who have been obnoxious in the last camnon-residen- ts 15. Somerset, e. Prompt and polite tervice to guesli. John Hill sold 10 lierrln fat hogs at 2 jc. J. U. Baughman & Co. aro paying DO cents for corn. W. T. Tucker bold to Woods & Lynn 25 fat hogs at 2o. Fresh cow and cilf for sale. Joseph Williman, Jumbo. Montio Fjx bought of William Beck IS export cattle at 4c. Lumber to exchange for corn. Jo" seph Williman, Jumbo. O. Tucker sold to William Boone J. some butcher stuff at -- lc Carroll Bailey sold to L. II. Hudson a harness gelding for $100. S. U. Baughman sold to L. U. Hudson a cavalry horse for $100. John M. McRobertssold to John B. Uiggins 50 barrels ot corn at $1. George W. Louan bought of B. P. Martin two butcher cattlo at 2(c. Pittsburgh Pnil has bought of W. M. Wallace The Winner for $7,500. A. W. Carpenter, bought a bunch of 725 pound cattle yesterday at 3c. Woods & Lynn bought of various patties two car loads of hogs at '2a. ' The owner of Jupe, 2:133, n fused $17,000. He paid 000 for him last spring. Tho cotton crop in the vicinity of Dallas, Tex., was destroyed by fire Saturday night. It. A. Lewis, of Lexington, has sold colt, Sir to F. U. Ryan tho Dilke, for $2,000. O. C. Withers has bought of M. F. Bolar his farm on Hawkins Branch, containing 33 acres, at $41. Dudley Trlbble delivered to Simon 'Wiehl 110 export cattle, average 1,550 pounds, at 4jc Richmond Register. Myers & Ryley bought this week, 1, 300 bushels of old wheat and 1,500 busb-ol- s of new, delivered at 75c Woodford Sun. There came to my house soveral days ago three s)wa. Owner can get them by paying for this notice and their keep. Robert Barnett. Sales of corn at 75c ber barrel, shucked In tho field, and a number of salea of cattlo at 3 to 3 cents nro reported in the Uarrodeburg Democrat. Four farms aud all kinds of stock, cattle, hogs and farming implements will be Bold at C. M. Spoooamore'a ale, Saturday next, 14th, II. Helm, assignee. n -- Roy Wilkes, 2:071, is the only in the 2:10 list, who is tbesire of two with records in tho same list. They are Pearl 0., 2:001, and Royal Victor, 2:09. Twenty heata have been paced in 2:04 or better thia Benson, of which John R Gentry haa won nine, Star Pointer four, Robert J. three and Joe Patchen two. atal-lio- prlrei. Tiy our hertc shocr. work and sstisfacury t 0 12 3 171 4 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD, KY. Necessar'o 260 a choice 221. Kentucky 13, South Dakota omlne 3 arn doubtful. NEW ADVKUTlHEMOns. and Wy Capital Stock- Surplus 8IOO.O00 23,700 Attention of tbe public is invited to tho far lhat this is the only National Hank In Stanford Under the provisions or the National Hank Ac- dcpotitor art tecured not onlv by the capital itock, but by the iiocunoiaci liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that uepotitors ol by a fund of $400,000. this institution are secured Five sworn stalvmcats of Iheconditsori of the bank si mads each yeatto the United States governOK LAND.ritOCK&CROr. ment and lis assets are examined at staled timet by government agents, thus tecutlngstddititoaa I will oiler at public auction to the hihm and andperfect safety in depositors. ' bett bidder on This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Slanlord In 1858, then tied as the National itank ol Stanford in iSes and as the Hirst National Hank ol again Slanlord in ibis, has had practically an uninterTne follawln described propcily: rupted existence of 11 years. It is butter supplisd Hone, two oow with facilities for transacting butinet prompt Thrte Iliood Mure, a and Milk Cowi, i.year-ol- d Ileifrr, 14 Sboati, : pair ly and liberally than ever before in its long fiduhonorable career. Accounts of corporations, bf Mulei, lot of Com In the crib, 4 crctol fobac ciaries, 61ms and individuals respectfully solic-ltco, r'armin.: Implv tun, Ac. Alio my Kami H nulei U'eW c( lluitonville, Ths Dirtctorr ol this Uank is composed el convenient to chutchct nd ichooli, conmnlrc Land. II KIKTY ACKtSof fiao lUue-Kr- a 1 Forcitus lipid, Lincoln county; everlattlrtg tpringt of water, a o.l dwelling S S.T. Hams, Lincoln; new barn, cow houtr, room 1. j;ood tenant hou J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; husgy house, smoke home, well houtr, lluwer pit J, W, Hayden, Stanford; noil cverytl ing ncccttary (or a plcaiant home, including Ado app'n oichard and tmall fruit. S. II. llaughtnan,i Lincoln; 1 hia little llluu (irai Kirm will be told without J, S.llocker, Stanford; limit or reirrve. W. A. Trlbble, Stafford; Termt ui Sale Farm, halt cath, balance In one M. D. Klraoic, Stanford; and two ycatat 6 per cent. Hum ot $10 and un ler, cath. over J10, three month' crvdit without T. P. Hill, Stanford, loterett. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Kor further information teo Dr. Alcorn or Jat. Frye. Hu toovlile, Potttition will be given at M. J. Miller, Mt. Vtrnon.Ky II. KOIIlNlilO.V. R. once. J. B. Mocker, President; J 00. J, McRobeits, Cashier; Koik PA D D 17 M HP II of i'ixa cn longing All in A. A. McKinner, Ant. Cashier I about Co Acre. rUrV cultivation. SeoCapt. It. K. Powell or addrett T. At. White. Corbin, Ky. PUBLIC SALE Tuesday, ITov. 17, '96, 1 d. ivljll prvn The old reliable Singer Sewing Machine Needles ol all kind. OiU and Repair call at the Singer Sewing Michlue Co.' Office Ky. J. W. l'crrln, Opposite . at Agent. rUi Farmers Bank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, Now closing up) with Itv ' --- Co OF STANFORD, KV lsnowfully;orgniied and icady for business wlta lotioQ-- 1 2Parmrs. . $200,000. iJO.OOQ. We will take your Corn and Hay at Highest Price in Exchange lor Coat. Citizen ot Stanford we wl toll you Corn and Hay at Cott if you are our Ccal Customer. Hook your crdcrs for Coal. NOEL .V SON, Stanford, Ky. SUCCF.SSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, the same asseta and under ibe same management. ....- ... ii.nvlil.ni fit l,t rh.it.. u.rmU,- Hie A . -- ..., r.w-fully protected aa aie depositors in National .. a, a .......nl.tl(l r i J t.a!m IIbmL. 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