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MA NO. 74 0 A lilt A IIP COUNTY MIDDLE1WRG. meat-l-H- The braiu bunt coutfntiPR to practice Miss Lu'n B:iuaon is recovering from rearet to note that Minn Obrln-Hu. B'lillny, (Uiutitnrnf tho governor, under the leadership of Prof Stapp. the -- Tim recent evens thIph nmke the iBaerlouxly ill At Cincirmttl. T lord were hoiii 11) a Iditioni to the HipiiHt cnurch at Grove as the refill It of Xorthcott & Fox hvn resumei! tlioir peoplis ponder over the question of a meeting held there by Uv. W. A. work of bulclierhiK lurkrtyR Thtivom-ploMi G'Hcie Cox ent'rtalned her Middleton About CO bandit rikI tlio rapid promany yonri friends in a moat charming cess nttroctB much Attention. Mr. E P. Chvpool la cloiiu out hia Mr. Hoy Uenzlev nnil MImIvkHIH' manner last Saturday fivetiing. Block of gooda at D mean and will gi to The parry given hv Inssi Mettle farming "when the Springtime comes, wero ninrriud at llin liotnu o! th bridti , In their tumUinm gentle Annie." uear McCremy, thin county, Wmlnea-- and Lhiiii day. Both piuties nru proiuliiH"t nml Buburban homo waa ureatly enjoyeil bv The republican hoHsea could neither nil who attended. well connected. bribe nor persuade Henry G. Kiffe, col(iilte a number of citizens changed ored, to vote for Ucfvinley. Now Mint this election is over, tlpi has for ollicerB ttro In order. Wo nanus Hon. residences this week. L. S King moved too much asnaa to babng-srljaround Wro. Herndoa an collector for this dis- to the Dvck-- farm. Mr. Mcliinnsvtook at their will. trict, and wajjer 2 to Ion hia appoint-meii- t possession of U home. Mr. W. Arnold Tho republicans are very jubilant JiHving sold his Iioijko to Mr. K. L over their late victory. if he Hpplies. An overjoylul The Opera llonse in sure to he built Thompson moved to White'u Addiliun. one jumped the price of a couple of San-- a A number of their young frienda and John M. Farm deserves much credFee mules from $20 to80 and said "by it for putting the enterprise on foot. A stormed Mr. and Mrs..I. W. Nesbitt last gum' he wouldnt take that if not sold by society lainstrol will be iven in tho Tuesday evening. All enjoyed tho pu-t- y of March. The price of land nnd e to the fullest extent, the evening being mules may go up in the minds of some to rhise a near future at the quite cool was well adapted to making of the overjoy ful, but they must not for fui.d to buy the scenery. Business ssonia to have revived trie t iffy candy, which all pronounced get to wait for buyers. since the election not because McKIn-le- y excellent It is reporteti of Mr. Calvin Kussell, Tho Presbyterian Sunday school was elected, hut beciuse tho people who Uvea two milea above town, that he In interest and numbers. An had a little "jubilee" of hia own on hia have quit talking and have gone to work. longer silver and jrold, but dem- election of otllcers was held last Sunday, farm last Friday night aud in his It is no ocrat and republican, as It alwnya should Editor Martz waa elected superintendent; glee charged bis anvil so heavy that it have been. Money is not a creature of Miss Belle Scrogga, organist, and Mr. 0. b'ow tho horn oil We are not to be held law, hut both metals stand on their In. A. Morrison, secretary. Dr. McKee pre- respousib'o for the truthfulness of this sented the bell for the church during his report, but a gentleman who has heretotritisic valua. democrats not to becomo visit hero. Wo advise fore been a stickler for truth and voraciThe election being over all hna sub- ty, tells us that in passing a few days ago inconsistent by decHrlnt? that they would not support certain men if they sided, and there is qilte a cilui after the he saw a "dehorned" anvil on Mr. R. 'a were nominated. This would rIvo those storm. No applicants for minister, con- premises. out yet that we havo who failed to support the nominee in sul or It seems that tie Baptist church the laist election an excuse for their ac- heard of, but wo presume that eevoral here is rather unfortunate. It will be lo tion. Let us declare allegiance to our are working for these positioua. remembered that some 10 years ago the ought to get a big alius of pie for old one was struck by lightning and puty and support the nominee, whoev It helped laryly iu carrying tho State for burned to tho ground. Saturday night er hn may be Your correspondent is Indebted to the enemy. Tho usual majority is 300, on) E lis, a blacksmith here and well W. B. Mason, the next clerk of the court but it wout republican over 000, yet wo known as "McKinley," in tho height of of appeals, for the following statement of heard of no investigation. his enthusiasm over tho victory lately K.der John Carmichal preached last achieved by tuts in in for whom he is thudockut for circuit court, becinniiiB next Monday: Od Commonwealth ras-e- ti SumUy. Mr. Willis Adam) and daugh- called, charged a drawhead from a box 25; old muiiuou law 1 1; new common ter, Miss Ida May, expect to leave for Cal car to its fullest capiclty an I touched it ifornia thortly. Prof. L. M.Scrogg-has off In close proximity to the church. law 17; old oqnlty 1)6; equity appearanr S Sam Sutton, colored, I the only had a severe attack of la grippe. Minn ces the explosion it was discovered that one to he tried lor murder. Br the way, Lucile Joplln has returned from a trip to two panels of fence in front were blowu Juilun Sauiley has made oue of (he hi st Kchmond. Huston McFerran contem down, somn ten or a dczsn lights broken jnduea we ever hut, This is concedrd plali'H moving dlilVntly to this placo iu in the windows and the stove. pipe by ah partloi and we feel that all can the near future. Mrs. Jonas McICerzv knocked tnlttsr Htel"jr ml in o has been quite il'. Mrs G. W. McOlure it so badly niched that it cannot be on te on him and make his and dughters, Miases I.nna ii'id Ueseie, used agtln. The church could not be Hure, provided ho becomes a caudi-datarelu Louisville. Tlio W. O. T. U. meets gotten In shape to hoUl ssr vices Sunday --mmmmmmmmmmmmmm with Mrs L. M. Scrogga There and the members, mint of whom are CJIUJiCll CHIMES. wdl be a Ddinorest medal contest here democrats, are not In a mood tn be joked. ilproncb at Wa- early next month. Biv H K.Noel Mc KINNEY. m. Sunday. lnut Fiat at 11a. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. TreachiiiKatOhrlstianchurchSunJaT; Bom, to the wife of Dr. El M. Eitea, morning subject, "A Glimpse of God," John A. Merrill, o( OolumbU, and a boy. ulRht "Who Is tho Greut Man." Our free ailver friends herd aro takMr. Cuipenlur, of Louisville, two InsurAt Larrabee, Iowa, Ksv. E. L. Bene- ance men, were here Tutadiy. Hon. ing defeat gracefully, which la tho only dict shot and fatally injured Harry Mew. George E Stone went to Somerset Tues- proper way to do. hirter. n prominent drucslst, who attack-e- d day to attend court. Messrs. Jeea Kiffe KevT. II. Campbell, ol Lancaster, him because he had procured a search and Smith Powell, of Lincoln, were here began n series of meetings at the Baptist warrant for whisky In hia estabhshment. Monday. church .Monday night. He is assisted by Kovs. W. II. Pence, of Kowlaud, and last fsw Issues of your paper, Kev. GoorgeW. Perryman, of Newport. The W. K. G Joch and family are visiting II. K. Pike, o! Uockcastlo, held a two Mr. Edito, has been conspicuous by our silence. Social ties, home influence, po- relatives at Waynesburg. Miss Fannie week' meutlriR at Grained school-hons- e, near Perry vll.e, during which time there litical cares aud corn Davidson, who baa been visiting relatives High Bridge, returned homo Satur were 30 professions and a number of munings, together tilth low, inaudible waitings at the recent solemn, political day. smctlflcatlons. Mies Belle Kills is visiting her brothenveloped A sanctltlcatlon mcotlnR at Hsrroda-bur- n interment, has completely our time in employment, and tho bett er, Mr. D. S. llfld. Mis Kittle Abrame, is heatlnc things red hot. On it" J. 0. Vnnaradall, a leading mer- that wu can say is that we have met the of Crab Orchard, wb visiting W. S Gar chant, deBtroyed a costly stock of cigars enemy and we are theirs and that they ner and family lust week. Jesse Koutt anu tobacco, bellovlng It to be a sin captured us while gallantly fighting, for and family havo removed to Mr. Bettie againtt this Holy Ghoat to deal further lu wo did not dlxplay gold standard tactics Broaddua' at Hubble, Mrs- U. G. Cook, who has been visiting bur mother, Mrs. withand surrender the fort, such articles. A. B. McKiuney, returned home SaturMr. A. 0. Sine In recounting the out firing a gun, thereby showing day. Presbyterian pilitiotl cowardice. fact that two elders of the KINGS'riLLET Fred Goode, tho man who hallooed church have died In a short time, bbvh that when he was elected to the olllce 10 "Hurrah for Bryau 1" at Kidd's Store a The ladies of turn place organized a years nj;o he was tho youngest member few daysago, aud who wae assaulted for Literary Club Thursday afternoon to his Is the it by a young tough of that place, whom of tho board ol bIx and now certainly boou buty he had to shoot to save his life, came in break the monotony of winter mouths, oldest. Death has Mrs. James Roy was elucted president of Monday nnd surrendered to Sheriff Adamong them. tho society, Miss Annie McKee, Kev. W.8. Grlnatead says tho Bap ams. He waived an examining trial and and Mibs Agnes Pennybacker, ltvcnrilpr In in error when it atatea waa io!eused on bond for bin apperance at tlt secretary. exthe December term of circuit court. All that Kev. H.C. Morrison has been Mr. E W. Creighton, who baa been pelled from the ministry for preacning say that Goode whs justifiable in the in Somerset for several months, has re sanctlficatlon. He la, however, to be shooting and will undoubtedly be The Misses Johnson are at homo From tho acts of Price, this turned. tried bv the Lexington quarterly confer- after u visit to relatives in Boone counon tn which he is attached as a local young upstart of republicanism, it seeica ty. Mr. James Roy returned Friday preacher, on charges preferred by a pre the rising generation of that party is from a biief buaiueda trip to Louisville. In Texas. Hearagalust anarchy. siding elder and paatora Mr. Will Carey, of Lebanon Junction, "Kit" Gllllspio and A.J.J. Watson, ing of IIh advanced views on Banr.tiflca has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Fan tlon and fearing its effect on their mem deputy U. S. marshals, of Somerset, nie Carey. Miss Louella Fonda has rebershlp, they notified Mr. .Morrison not spent Monday and Tuesday here. By turned from Junction City after a dem ,.r,tnnh nl certain camp meetings, lie some mystoriouB, adverse cause, these lightful visit to her cousin, Mrs. Bolce. nnmUtHd and thov "arrested hia charac searchers for tho proprietors of the rural church term, and diapsnaarieB that aro run by moonshine Mr. W. L. Pearls left Monday for an exter," to use n Methodist tended trip through the North. filed specifications with the Lexington met their Waterloo, end the sole propripresiding older as BtatoJ. mo tnai win etors and general managers of the CRAB ORCHARD. apothecaries, where you can get likely uttrnct attention since it is to pass I will be in Crab Orchard at my old on tninnrtantitaint in church polity prescriptions for ''mountain dew" filled something to say about at all hours, are still Napoleons of their stand Nov. 17 with a nice lino of millinand perhnpa have clrcumecribed "commercial centers." ery and invite tho ladies of town and Banctltlcfttion. Ah boys, as wary as you Federal offi- vicinity to call aud boo mo. Mrs. E. W. The U. S. comralsaloner of labor cials he, theae little heroes o( their do- TnnDR tiiUnial uiiinber ot convicts in mestic affaire are even more bo, for they Tom Stewart, a Clark county negro, is penal institutions in the various Statea are not bebiud iron bus sighing and wanted for cutting his wife's throat beioyj mo uumuur lowly murmuring "Time was when in 1885 waa 41.8S7. in I cause she refused (osteal from the famiimprison-,- i iobb to 5l,'2l4. Of tho number waa as free as air " ly she waa in tho employ of. Stanford The u. iKr, 10(17 were females CU lit wwi Journal. 1895 number of females Imprisoned In mi . Tho total number of preaidential ofi ine fice July 1st, Inst, was 3,651, of which 1G9 This is true except in a few minor and waa 1.0SS, an Increaao ol only -- i. unimportant particulars. Our "only total of all tho work done by convicts in wero first class; "id aecond class and TomSte wart" is not a negro, but tho most 1895 was $10,0 third class. The aggregate gross re- genial white man to bo found in a day's The assaaination of Daley Sullfvan in ceipts at tho first. Becond and third class journey. He is still a bachelor, although Maralull county, remalnB a mystery. No oillcea were $05,232,305 and the total salhe might have hadj more wives than of having ah Frauklln, who was accused $0,203,900. Since Nov. 2, 1S91, Brighatn Young had he so desired. If girl'a ruin, waa acquit- aries accomplished the positions in the he had a wile ho would not cut her there have been ted at Benton. Suspicion still lmnga ov- postoffices added to tho classified service. With the exception of theso er a relative nnd there la great excite- Oar foreign mails for tho year weighed throat. and a few other snch inaccuracies, the acment. 0,280,410 pounds. count is substantially correct. WinGora Abbott, uged 21, wbb burned to The fiscal court of Clark haB fixed chester Democrat. incendiary fire which do death iu an Sarony, the most noted photographer price of common whisky at 10c a Btroyed her father's residence In Lincoln the . and good at 15c. drink in the country, died at New York. county, W. Va. -s side-walks. XdA-co.iir TRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tom Walters, of Knox county, wants a divorce because his vsife objects to his smoking in the house. Millard Baugh and Miss Mattie B. Young wore married at '.ho bride's homo uear Highland Tuesday. Being overstocked in the following lines and crowded for Frank Hamilton, a banker of Austin, Tex., who was married Monday, com- have decided to mitted suicide Wednesday. County Clerk Cummins Iesued license Tuesday to Larkln Chumley. of Garrard, and Miss Ida Anderson, of Crab Orchard, to marry on thu 25th. Edward Bok, editor of the Ladies' Home Journal, wrb married to Miss MaA beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, Watches, ry Louise Curtis, daughter of Cyrus Curtis, the proprietor of that publication at Glass and Chinaware.Jardiniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Bric-A-Bra- A SURVIVAL OP THE FITTEST. room I Close Out For 30 Days For Spot Cash, Cut Lamps, Picture Frames, Bibles, Philadelphia. Mt. tgo-it- court-hous- post-olll.- -e Kock-MBt- s Af-e- ni e. to-da- defeat-depresse- d "trot-tlU- R - Hill-lik- e, ignof-minion- s, vice-preside- Kav. Thomas M. Cornelison. late of Sterling, and MUs Mary Keith Green, daughter of Mr. Thomas M. Green, were married this morning. Danville Advocate, 11th. When Mrs. Thomas Harrison,- wbo In endless variety. Much care has been devoted to the selection of left hor husband, returned to him at Ne- these lines. Unmatchable Styles and Unapproachable Prices will vada, Mo., and asked forgiveness, he move them quickly. At and below Cost from now on. ' spurned hor and she swallowed strychnine, dying in the buggy, into which he lifted her, to drive to the doctor's. Dr. W. J. Edmiston, of Crab Or- Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions, Hustonville, Ky. chard, and Miss Katie Cochran, the pret ty daughter of Mr. E. II. Cochran, of Richmond, wero married at the First Christen church in that city at high This has been a splendid season for us for selling Winter noon Wednesday, by Rev. W. F. Smith. Goods, such as Capes, Jackets and Dress Goods, and we Misses Maude Mason and Pattie Cornelison, Dr. Hugh Gibson and Sam Mason come to you with an entire new stock just purchased. wera the handsome and happy attendants Below is After the ceremony a delightful lunch eon was enjoyed at Mr. J. T. Palmer's, aflor which they returnod to Crab Or chard where a reception was given in their honor by Ms father that evening. 2 bolts yard wide Brown Cotton, I very heavy, I Sea Dr. Edmiston is a rising young physician, Island, at 5c yard, This is probably the last we will offer who will bo all the surer to make a sucat this price. cess in his chosen profession now that he has so charming a 50 pieces Lancaster and Amoskeg Ginghams at 5 cts. Here is some real news for society Prices has already advanced on these goods in the East. people. Mr. W. A.Tribble, who has forso All wool Red 15 dozen Ladies' Vests at 15c each. loiu appeared to bn heart whole and fanFlannel at 15c yard. t 25 pieces fast color outings at 10c. cy free, was oulv dissembling as this anS dozen Children's Union Suits at 25c. nouncement will show. We have it straight that ho is to have greater cause 20 pair 10--4 Blankets, white or gray, at 60c. for thankfulness on tho L'Oth than most 5, 000 pair Boots and Shoes for men, women and chilanybody for Miss Sudie Lee Pickett, dren at lowest prices ever named on these goods. whom he has loved for years, has promised to become his on that day and all 100 new Capts and Jackets offered at less than wholepreparations to that end are being made. sale price early in the season. Tho marriage will occur on thanlsgiving evening at tho home of the bride's parWe hace just returned from the cities and are showing ents, Col. and Mrs. Jamea C. Pickett. some splendid values besides the ones named here. West View, near Dover, Mason county. Come and sec us. The occasion is to be a memorable one and over 300 people will be invited to help celebrate it. Hon. Harvey Helm, of this place, is to bo best man, and Miss Mary Hall, of Mason, maid of honor. Two ministers will officiate, Revs. W. end W. D. Rice and after the ceremony the guests will enjoy a wedding Cq . feast. The bride to be has frequently L - . - - J, visited here and is not only a very hand: some and stylish but a highly cultivated Ci ''I and lovablo young woman. Of the '.'i ?i gontloman who has won her rC !: naught but praise can be said. Morally without reproach, he is well thought ..I The newest and most popular articles are the quick sellof by every one. A good lewyer and a fi ers. fine business man he is constantly addis ing to his comfortable estate, and if he 2ST COLD CREAM Fragrant Cream. Cold Vaseline. not already a rich man, ho will in a few : years be one of our wealthiest cit zjiis VST CHAPPED HANDS made new. Altera weok or twnppjnt in visiting his now kinspeople ana taking a short tour, ; Try our healing Hand Lotion. Other Cold Cures ot Mr. Tribblo wi bring hia bonnie bride o value at home, whero a genuine wslcomo awaits t t . her. Meantime wo extend our warmist o 8 congratulations and trust that the soon to be united for life will realize in each a' other every congenial element necessary perfect hanninefs. to Jewelry And Groceries. - F. B. TWIBWUJLI, - - fl Bulletin of Bargains. help-mee- t. SEVERANCE & SON. -- W-Ha- ll fcOIIOIkIIO 1 for-tun- COLD -- CURES. 31 'i 1 W. B. MoROBERTS. Ci' ij a hill-sid- o 1 re-,- .. -,- 2,-7- , T. D. Uoclmaii, wno waa private secretary to Col. Silas Adams, when he was in Congress, dropped dead at Washington Wednesday. He was a Federal sol dier and Icaveaa wife and two children DKALKKS IN in poor circumstances This office had just received, under date of Nov. 7th, a letter from him offering to be its Washington correspondent. A mob in Marion county took from . 4c Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. the officers a Negro named Black, arrested for attempted criminal aBaault on Mrs. Ed Clark, of near Bradford ville, and fpr some unknown reason released him. Give us a call and be convinced. The Negro, who confesses his guilt, was arrested later. N.lr At Gunteraville, Ala., William Rainwater, aged 13, end Walter Roberta, 10, fought a duel with knivee. Tbc former was partially disemboweled and stabbed ii half a dozen places, while the latter is seriously cut in numerous places. Dr. Edward H. Parker, a prominent m Metal Roofing. physician of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., is dead. He wrote President Garfield's epitaph, which is as followe: "Life's race woll won; life's work well done; life's victory won; now cometh rest." Shingles, Etc. Charles F, Bright and Catherine Boler, of Heading, Pa., loved not wisely C. but too well. They were fleeing from detection in a carriage, when a train struck it and both were instantly killed, Gen. Miles reports to tho secretary of war that the army should be increased WILLIAM SHELTON, J. to a minimum ot one soldier to every Student! us. Teacheri 7. Alt yxiclallits. Thorough coursei in tatm. Greek, Kreach, iffajt'iih of population and a maximum of oue and Moral Sciencis. Muile. Ait and l.tocutlon. Situated in tho famout lilue Maihcmtttct. Natural Gran nctiou ot Kentucky ; diitinjuuhed for healthlulne" of climaio, beauty of tcenery, re6nement soldier to tyjry 1,000 of population. of society. Kail Seulon opens Soptomber 7. Hefora deciding where you rUlee I your daughters The town of Spencer, W. Va., was uext year, bo ure to write for Our Now Catalogue. Addren, MRS. NANNIE S. 3A.UFLBY, Lady Principal, Sunford, Ky. a tf almost totally destroyed by fire. S CRAIG & HOCKER, J 34- T3rugs, GKsmicals, Oils, Pairuis, J t It Pays to Daai with a Cash House. 1 C. Doors, Sash and Blinds, Rli Ky A. SINE, Stanford, President. THE STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. 2,-0- in iJbi- - JLu..'-?W'3Hfr.f- ; iiijtfv, . W J UK. J.- - .. J "lV" 1 r" . ' JBM-BfEEEL- i A Mexican Blabbed a man at Chicago, thon cooly withdrew the knife and i once more far luck, anil we call upon our Louisville critic "to mark the predic tion," which ia in mnnnpr, form aud worda as followB, to wit: Unleus Senator Blnckbuin and his forces can prevent it, Gov. William O'Connell Bradley will be the next U S. Senator from Kentucky. McKinley's bose, Mr. Hanna, hHa Mr. Bryan will open his four years mapped out the policy for bis little man pelgoon tho gold standard at Lincoln, to pursue. In recognition of tho great Neb., tomorrow in a lecture. -- In his message to the Alabama Legservices cf certain democrats, he will en Stanford. Ky., Nov. 13, 1896 deavor to collect a groat National party islature. Gov. Oatea BavB that tho pres that will give protperlty to the country ent secret ballot system is not adapted to He expects and hopes that men of all conditions in that State, and recommends VV. P. WALTON. shades of former political belief will bo a return to tho old system. united to this end. The first movement A New York mau ate bo f.st that he is kind enough to will be to obtain sufficient revenue to choked to death. Ho was probably n Tub Louisville Times articles from thia conduct the government, further issues gold bug democrat who had become bo publish show that it is prophet without of bonds being aloether too dangerous. thoroughly imbued with tho Idea of nauer to honor anywhere, but bo that as it may, Business prosperity and stability demnnd b lting that he oven bolted his food, we areRoin? to cut anil coino again, juat that 119 soon as possible the government JubI one vote was cast for Palmer Y NTEtfOSJOlKHfll pre-ejecti- v. tf The Louisville papers aro making great threats about what the gold bug democrats are going to do, ts if they were numerous enough to do much oi anything. The least said, tho sooner mended, and if those papers and their Nkaiily every free silver democrat you supporters are wise they will go into talk with thinkB a democratic daily newstheir holes and stay there, for a season, paper should be started in Louisville, but atleast. , a majority of them have no idea of the undertaking. It would of the serious illupss of News comes coBt of Buch an take $100,000 at least to start tho business Editor Harry A. Sommers, oi the Elizv and about as much more to run it till it bethtown Newe, caused doubtletB by caught on, if ever, in public favor sufli severe mental strain. He was chairman cientlv to run itself. That a real Binion of the democratic State campaign compure democrofc paper at the metropolis mittee and worked eaily and late to furis a desideratum, there is little doubt, ther the cause bo close to his heart. We but Betting it is the rub. Since theConr eincerely hope for him a speedy recov-- 1 has followed the Poet into ry. the reoublican camp and the Times has Thk mummy uneartueit in Bell county, been forced to follow auit, tbe 220,000 Kentucky, waa not counted in Tuesday's democrats of tho State are virtually with- election returns. Cincinnati Commercial-Trout a mouth piece of general circulation ibune. No, but things equally not and they have had to depend on the Cin- entitled to vote were counted. In that cinnati Enquirer for information, which county alone, it ia claimed, that 500 Newas not colored to suit the ideas of those, groes from Tennessee came over to assist who formerly fought with them against in the election nf the republican ticket. the republican foe. Tho Courier-Journseems permanently lost to democracy, Enoland has agreed to arbitrate the tbe Post is naturally a republican paper Venezuelan matter, which ia a victory for and unless Emmett Logan shall assert his the United Stales and the Monroe docdemocracy, tbe party will remain with- trine. Tno King of Sweden haa been out a metropolitan organ until a Hearst chosen as one of the arbitrators, the othor aoine oilier millionaire Bhall deter- ers are to be designated, two by the Lord mine to give ua one. Chief Justice of England and two by the Chief Justice of the United States. There is etill a bare chance that Judge Pryor isehcted, as be would have been POLITIC A L POINTS. without a doubt, had not gold bug demoSettle's official majority in tho Sevcrats knifed him, because his nma apit belonged, on the demo- enth is 1.810. peared where All but three of the Kentucky councratic t'cket, and because it wai uuder-atoo- d of ties have sout in ihiir election returns. tbHt the judije is an advocate Three women were elected to tbe freoeilver. The defeat cf the urand old in Colorado and they all wer defeated, by those who had man, if h ia to define his election, ia one Mrs to their mimes. every resBon A son of Gen. McClellan waa one of of tbe most reprehennibln of tho many five detnocrMtB elected to Congress reprehensible actB that Bre marked to the their credit, or rather to their dis- from New York City. It Is now thought that December 1 credit. . will be the date for.the meeting of tbe John D. VVhitk did not carry but one extra legislative session at Frankfort. county in the district, hut the result It ia claimed that R. P. Stoll, who doesn't diecourage him. He may make waa elected to the legislature in Lexing a contest for tho seat that Colson claims, ton, is inelligible because he is an asy but bo that aa it may he will certainly be lum commissioner. in the ring for election two years hence, In Pennsylvania 1, 191,918 votea were for he himself hath aaid it. The crested cist. McKinley's plurality is 301,000. jayhawkerraay never go to Congress Palmer and Buckner got 10.G7S votea again, but he la a fighter who never lea and Levering 19,000. up and death will finally overtake him Col. J. Soule Smith, democrat, 1 as fighting for something and making trou- served notice that he will contest tbe ble for tbe republican party. legisht've ecat of R. P. Stc-H-, republican, Our readerB will bear us witness that from the city of Lexington. Populists are Bcheming to gerrymanthe Interior Journal, even in the heat eseayed no unkind word der Kansas in such a manner as to inof the canvass, of Mr. Cleveland, nor did it speak a good sure the election of a populist to succeed one for the late Go?. Altpeld, of Illinois United States Senator Baker. W. Larue Thomas says he will conThose are two things that our meanest bring against us. We test tbe seat of Congressman Pugb, of the enemy can never never bad any patience with that part of Ninth district, on the ground of irreguv,o nhinaon nlatform which condemned larities at many voting places. Tbe next Congress will stand 207 rethe one by implication and exalted the publicans, 130 democrats and 32 popuby a like manner. other lists. This is a net gain of 30 for the The Rray roob quill of Editor Dan E democrats and 10 for the popnlists. A Chicago paper prints a list of 250 O'Sullivan was dipped in vitrol and gall h indited tbe last issue of that en- - mills and factories which have resumed nheet. His article on the Btnce November 3. giving employment to of Bryan's defeat, one on Carlisle, 155,193 men, which is doubtless a lie. causes Miss Mary Wilson, of Columbus, O., another on Palmer and Buckner, a fourth Billy wheeled William Jackson in a banana on Nail and a touch up or two of Breckinridge and other renegades are cart through the most densely populated aa a portion of tbe city to pay an election be t. about as full of artistic invective painter can spread upon paper. She wub for Bryan. word Delaware elected a legislature which Mark Hanna says the biivor men aro has in the Senate a democratic majority whipped, but that is not Buflicient. They of one and in tbe House a democratic mato thia end muBt bo exterminated, and jority of 19 and Willard Saulsbury will begin at once a campaign to elect likely be elected he will U.S. Sonator. has a pretthe next Congress. The boea The democratic caucus has not been he haa bitten ty good sized mouth, but able to nominate a candidate for U. S. oQ more than ho can chew this time. cats and Senate from Georgia yet. A. S. Clay had Silver men are multiplying like a little on the 23d ballot 53 votes, Gov. Atkinthey will more than probably do son 52, Clark Howell 40 and Lewis 15. exterminating themselves. At a republican ratification at an improvised cannon exploded. revived the Mr. U. X. Rexroat has we hope he will One man's leg was broken, another had Liberty Tribune, which aea of a band blown oil", another has one finger be able to float Bucceasfally oa the gone, and four others seriously hurt. journalism. al al The talk about republicans aud sound money democrats uniting to elect Carlisle is the veriest rot. Democrats may be fools enough to help republicans out of a hole, but republicans never reciprocate tho favor. Besides of til men of his party, Gov. Bradley ia entitled to the promotion, for to more than to all others combined is him due the credit oi wresting Kentucky from the democrats, aud beeides further, he is fully, if not more, capable of filling the high office with credit to himself and party than any man who has been mentioned for it. The only objection we can urge to bis election, is that it would give us nearly three years of Worthington, who is notes well fitted for gubernatorial duties as he might be, nor half eo well We shall be aa the present incumbent. aorry to have Kentucky represented in the U. S. Senate by a republican, but if such a fate is reserved for her, the bitterness of it will be largely assuaged by knowing that a friend and neighbor haa wrested the honor from ua. should be on a paying basis. To this end an extra aeBinu of Congresa will be and President McKiuloy will un doubtedly call one soon after his inaug uration. Legislation will be required to secure the necsanry revenue, aud Mr. McKinley will do everything in his pow er to secure it. as well aa the legal estab lishment of a policy which will tend to put everybody at work, which menus that the old republican policy of protection will be forced aud tariff tinkering again begun. Aa what Hanna hajs goes, this outline of policy is more certain to be carried into effect than if McKinley him self had given it. nee-eesury, and Buckner in tho fourth voting precinct of Albany, Now York. Is it merely a coincidence thnt tbe precinct in quecMon is the home of David Bennett Hill ? The official count of Hamilton. county, O , which includes Cincinnati, was McKinley's plucompleted Tuesday. rality is 19.740, and hii majority is IV 023. Most of tho hotting was on a majority of 20,000. Tho total vote wb over Tho variousbimetallic clubs of Boouo county have decided to continue the fight in favor of bimetallism, and to that ond tho organization will remain intact n,l 5t vear will be collected from tho members to go into a general fund to the amount of $50,000, which will he nsuu to defray tho expenses of lecture tours by omineut bimetallists, headed by Hon. William Jennings Bryan. -J- iuUe W. B. Fleming, of Louisville, who whs kicked out of a treaaury position for advocating the election of Bryan, wrote a scathing letter to Secretary Oarnniiolmliin ah follows: I can i:i only say that, humble as I am, I would rather be a dischaiged employe of the Treasury Department, discharged for doing my duty aa I bob it for my people, than to be Secretary of the Treasury, with a record of self stultificUlou, such as you have made for yourself, staring mo in the face. This much oi a proteat I deem proper to mako against your treacherous and tyrannous action. 90.000. The party managers have mlly decided on a cuutest before the Stato canvassing board, confident that the 500 majority that the republicans claim can be eas ily wiped out. To thiB end, Secretary G. W. Richardson appeals to democrats for contributions to enable tho party tJ secure legal eorvices Bnd pay witnesses. Those h ho want to help in a good cauBO can Bend their money to him at Louis ville. nr watched his victim die. At Frankfort Judge Guffy refused to injunction dissolve the Htzilrigg-Tone- v and forced the attorneys for the mayor and hoard of safety to ngrbo to tight out the cse on its merits. Tho heaviest fall of snow In years is reported from Leadvillo, Col. At Sioux Oity, la., snow fell to the depth of from eigiit to 12 IncheB. Heavy snows aro reported throughout Minnesota. Miss Lizzio Hendricks was clven n verdict aeaiust the Southern Rtilway Co., for f2J"i damages on her claim for $5,000 becuiae one of it conductors kies-e- d heron tho train Huninat her will. K. J Simpkinn, of Wayne county, W. Va, who ihtll jers of one, bnnstB of the largest family in Southwestern, W. Va., his hous numherirj; 25 and hia daughters 12, all cf houi urn liviug. John HigginBon, of Peru, Ind., fell from hit horse while going to church and broke hia neck. His wife, umvay about his failure to return, started after him when her horse fell aud broke both of her arma The U. S. supreme court has affirm ed decision which gave Harriet Monroe the $5,000 damages against the New York World for tho premature publication without her authority of the World's Fair ode compound by her. AN m & WM ? Dive into these prices. Wc make the strongest bid for your patronage in these important and reliable items this week, and wcaie prepared to serve you to your entire satisfaction. There are all 0 SO Stvles Values Here that will set tongues to wagging when the news gets out. 75c for a pair of splendid I ox 4 White Blankets with Fancy Borders. 75c for a Large Sized Comfort. 25 dozen colored Laundered Shirts, cheap at 75c and Si, on sale r at 50c. ft 0 0 Ladies' CloaKs at $1.25, I A Rif AND at 93c. The cotton TliA DE ITEMS. Alcantara has 107 in the 2:30 list. Cash wheat ia quoted in Louisville 0 ,.,;, cop is the smallest in 10 t,.itno. .hn Llv-ermo- re, MORE NEWS NOTES. -- Logan O. Murray, tho banker, ia dying In Louisville William Roe, now under sentence of death at Napa, Cnl , couftstca to nine murders. Incendiaries fired a house at Uam-liW. Va.. and a youug woman was burned to death. Rev. W. Johnson, colored, a bishop of theM.E.church, waa convicted in Kansas o! perjury. By the explosion of naptha at Mass., three men, one oi them from Indiana, were killed. Free turnpikes were defeated In Fayette, but tho fiscal court ia negotiating to buy tho roads. A drummer at Cnicago died from the effects of injuries caused by a folding bed closing up on him. The Electric Street railway at Frankfort has clofcd down b cuse the receipts were less than the expenses. -S- peucer, W. Va., Buffered a f250,000 fire. Most of tne business buildings and 22 Jwellinga were destroyed. George Bernp, of Richmond, Va , was frightfully manned while coupling cara in the Q. & O. yards at Lexington. A mob looted 1,500 bags of grain in India. The polite fired upon the Htarv-iu- g people and killed tour of them. WhitRoark.a Hart county desperado, wanted lor a murder committed 10 year ago, ia at last behind the bara lortWovne. a Boone county brute, beat hiB wife into insensibility because ahe would notsteHl him a suit of clothes. Rfiv. J. D. Mentor, aged 28, a gradu ate oi the Chicago University, was killed by a bear while hunting in Montana. A hole was knocked in the hull oi battle ship TexHB, in tho dock at the the Brookljn Navy Yard and the feesei sank. Mrs. Jerome Murphy, of Hopkini- ville. was burned to death by her clothea catching fire from the grate she waa by. Roderick Baker and JacK lrancia were killed by a boiler explosion in Perry county. Several othera were badly injured. tr Hugh Mulholland, who was stealing at Paducah till he got to and went to jail, haB reformed and la now preaching in LouiBville. Henrv Poling has nieu sun ior uam- ages at Tipton, Ind., against Morton Probst, because the Utter offered him J10 for hia vote on election day, One of Lane's attornovs got sick af ter his trial for the killing of the Rodenhaughs, began at Versailles, and tho case had to go over to the February term. A little child ol Gus Like, of Louisville, was accidentally killed by being struck by a base ball bat, which had slipped from the hands of bis brother. The arbitration treaty relative to the Venezuelan difficulty is now an accomplished fact, Great Britain having agreed to terras submitted by this government. The body ol Charley Bolton, half eaten by buzzards, was found in the wnoda near Grays. It iB Biippoeed he killed himself accidentally while bunt ing. Frank Adams, a Fayetteville, Ind., Negro, tried to kill himself when he to heard that his church was prepariu familiar with the try him for being too sisters. . . . A Georgia deputy Bheritl and hla nnnn ho killed a Negro because be ran from them, bavo been arrested for manslaughter. The poBse waa looking for a white murderer. well-know- n n, Mil-for- d, sit-tin- g posi-mB- Fresh cow and cilf for sale. Joseph Williman, Jumbo. Montio Fox bought of William Beck IS export cattle nt 4c. Lumber to exchange for corn. JoIf they rip. Cloth capes from Si. 75. upwards. seph Williman, Jumbo. Handsome Plush Capes worth Si 3. B at $9 A. W. Carpenter bought thia week a 725 pound cattle at 3c. bunch cf with this tide. Boy.V and Mens' Boots mubt Wooda A Lynn bought of George be remembered as going the same way. Holmes and Thomas Ramsey 50 fat hogs If you arc in need of a Suit or an Overcoat, remember "Comi'AKF." at 3c. December wheat roso to SM cents st is a favorite word with us. Ladies' Cloaks andJCapej; a big line of Chicago Tuesday, the highest point of the both at and up. year. Foil Sale. Good milk cow and Jei-awith young calf. B. K. Wenren, Stanford, Ky. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, McOarley fc Lawson, of Gnrrard, T. D. RANEY, Manager. nought around Crab Orchard a car load of hogs at 3c. Branch Stores: A Lawrenceburg man ia killina SCO turkoya a day, for which ho pays 5clB. a Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, pound on foot. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, Allen Si Lyon eo'd to John P. and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. 18 export cattle at 4c and $10 premium on the bunch. Corn sold at Valley View, Madison llll county, the other day at public auction V, !J s's for 53 cents a barrel. M V -- John B. Wathen will Bell his trotting I I l' bred horses and registered Jersey rattle at Lebanon, Nov. 25. fl I George I). Hopper and Jack Bosley sold to J. O Johnson, of Boyle, a bunch V of hogs at 2.S0 to 2 90. D. Euhanks sold to S. M Owens a pair of work mulea for $150 and three mules for $130. Louis Wa'z bought of Jacob Dant it . .. - aoine butcher atutl at 2c and of another ,UJJ wi Farm Products taken in exenange. some boss at 2fc. German : y Wcods fc Lynn bought of W. H Dudderar, J. N. Menefen and Robt. n hunch of hogfl at 3c. ..-.-;.-.--r-.-i--.---..--frl Fifteen No. 1 cotton mules for sale, JIU Tlit-are fnt 10 of them work mules and fine. S. U Shankp, Stanford. Woods & Lynn sold in Cincinnati tno car loads of hogs at 2 to 3c and a double deck load of sheep at 1 to 2j BYGus Mhcv, the well known turfman of Verstillee, ia moving his string to where he will train in the future. U. G. Fox bought two big hoga from Ohas. Arnian at 3c. One of them weig) o.io ed 590 pounds and tho other 420. Advocate. Miss Nannie Vttndeveer's M(bs Em ma ia uotdoing well. She hasn't won a And Funeral "Director. race in the half dcz'en starts abe haa Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, made lately. Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. James P. Harper, of the West End, Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e took a car load of extra fine cotton mulea to Salisbury, N.O., to sell for Farris & Whitley, of Boyle. Col. E. F. Clay has resigned aa presi dent of the Kentucky Racing Aseociation at Lexington and Milton Young waa elected in his stead. Dealers In Four farms and all kinda of stock, cattle , hogs and farming implements wil be sold at C. M. Spoooatnore's sale, Saturday next, 14th. U. Helm, assignee. J. L. Bruce, adm'r. of Dr. J. P. Flan- nagan, dee'd, will sell at public sale in of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o Stanford, on Doc. 14 (county court) at 11 Big Line Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' o'clock, 10 shares of stock in Huaton-vill- e 741wtd Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. bank. . Powell & Harper bought of J. K. jack for $100. He Baughman a waa sired by an imported jack that Mr. Baughman paid $1,100 for and out of a jennet that coat him $500. Several years ago he would have sold readily for $500 yeira. 0 And Upwards. Mens Heavy Work Shoes at 9S0 Very cheap at Si. 25. Ladies' Lace Grain Shoes, 7'c. A good Mcintosh coat for Mens' S2.9S. Boys' Overcoats. Si. 25, up Overcoats, S2 50, up. Try a pair of our Ox Breeches at Si. 75 Another pair VI Si-2- 5 er THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. Em-br- y 4L, 1 ij Buy your Coal now before it goes up, for the Winter. !All .. I Bar-ue- tt J. H. BAUGHMAN -.- & CO. y Lou-vill- e, j. c bbpciahy, -- UNDERTAKING -- Practical Trimmer, Emfoalmer FARRIS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. Prices to Suit The Times 40 in number, town yesterday. They I am just back from L7eraged 1,015 pounds, belonged to Wil1 Davie, and were sold to Weihl at 4 cts. tion of things generally The firat drove of turkeys for the slaugh- I laid in my ter pen passed through the streets Saturday. They are selling on foot at 5 cts. delivered. Georgetown Times. or$G00. A flno lot of cattle, GOOBI passed through the markets. Owing to the depressed condiI found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBBRTS. Jane Newaum, wifo of James New-su- Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming baa filed suit for divorce from bim shall be glad at any time to show what I have. a Evansville, Ind. She is the 7th wife in daily and I before buying. that haa treated him that way. She See my stock claims that he fascinated her into marriage. iTatf ycj"i':"ir V- wnh'wpww)ii wK'itewnnnnificuwwwi'xiwmmrKw r i .lifiirrffi-t- tite r'c Vfc4 iiiilm TV ' 'i , iiii 1MH . i -- yifc 9 5m aummiflnriuiiii "rT .tSt' mmmmmmmmmimm . -- .tmmmmmmmmm Watch work at Dnk. M.3.A.T. ... Charity entertainment Nov. 20th. W. Baugh-man, Stanford, Kv., - Nov. i, Cohn wanted. Stanford. 1896 Dolls and dolt beads of all kinds at Craig A Uockor'e. m m Mips Katb Blain says eho is ready to pay 20 per cent of the salaries due teach ers. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Fon Runt. gan Avenue. Two niro cottages on S. P. Stagg. Lo- Tub Ladies' Aid Socifty will meet with Mrs. Dr. J. K. VanArsdalo Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5. T T Admission to entertainment Nov. 20th Youflbould take your prescriptiono to Stoiumioom BiljoiuInK Fiirmers Rank PennyVdruj? store wtiero prompt and reduced to 16c, 25c and 3Tjc that every-hod- v for rent after Jan. 1. W. P. Walton. accurHte,HurvlcH In uuurnntund. Now is your time to get bargains in mav go biiiI take the children. Samplk saddles, bridles, blanketa Ac. Spaiiks from the engino set flro to and . PERSONA I, POINTS. nt wholesale prlcmat Higgina A McKlnburned threo large richa of straw for U. Mus. J. 0. McClahy has beoii eick for ney. D. Bright while bo was having bis Come and invest your money at your own price and watch for big several days. II) rikciH brand uew fancy drees goods threshed Tuesday. TuesAI us. F. lUm went to Louinvillo bargains. prettier and chenper than ever. Severday to do some shopping. Job Goods has bought of J. S. Hundance A Son. oh Miasm JKSNiitAS!)MAiUKVAnnEsaro ley SJ acres of land near tho Mil. A1WUII-- : K. DENNY. Atticnd C. M. Spoonamoro's sulo of thoHuBtonvlllepIko for 5S0O. He rclntivt'H in I)i nvilto. vkitltc Implements, Mr. Archie K. Denny died at his home A DiM'VTtn Irnin Fruukfort soys that land, rattle, bogs, to move to it us aoou a he can fix Ac. Saturday. H. Helm, assignee. MieaChriHtlno Ilradley Is very 1U. up tl o little houso on it and will open a Nov. 5th, 1800, at midnight, in hia 03d year. Tho pIihiIow crossed a happy houto-hc- l MishKiuiiijAdamh, of I).inville, spent butcher shop. W. W. Witiikiis is doing n wholesale I. With oncb an affectionate father, iIhvh with Mm. J. II. Veuuer. aovorrl Danvillk, Lancaster, Hustonville at d tnia hmband and genial host at its bead, Samukl, McKittiiicic, of the McC'or-nine- k fitrnituro business. Ho sold $200 worth delegations to the I101119 could hardly have been anysection, Is vory 111 of HriKht'a dis- - to Lancaster and McKlnney parties a few Crab Orchard will asnd entertainment at Wnlton'a Opera thing olso than cne of sunBbitiO. the days ugo. 080. Houeo Friday ovniing, Nov. 20, for the Mr. Denny waa married twice. His Mifs Mamik Henry, of Garrard, iibb I have just procured the Sole Agency for the G. D. Corset and P. F. Carey, who driven the oil wagon benefit of the Obaaity Bad at the Joseph st of Mrs. James F. Cumfirst wife, who was a daughter of Mr. Wonderful Chicago been the rih Waist and you are politely requested to call in aud makes tri weekly trim here, had Price Intlrmary. mins. Richard Givens, left three sons, James, i and examine the same. They run from No. 18 to 30 and come in three ribs broken in a runaway near DanMis Jknnie I'aynk, of Crab Orchard, Jamkb Fish, who was accidentally shot Richard and Logan. The wife who sur-- v three colors, white, drab and black. I have both the plain front and ves him is a daughter of tbe late Mr. spent several dayo with Mrs. Jos. Sever- ville Wednesday. by Frank Brooks when bo killed Join ance. Some scamp went through Mayor J. N. NbvIIb nt Crab Orchard, has been in a Richard Givens. Besidea tbe young men, the nursing corset in the three colors and all the sizes'. The most Mus. GiuppiTii, of Hnrrlion county, Menefee's residence while the family condition, but was bettor yesttr- -i in the strength of their manhood, a striking characteristic of these goods is that you can insert or remove critical f mother of Mrs. J. T. Bharrard, Ib her weru absent the other day nnd tore things day. it It wbb thougnilora wniie one oi daughter, Isabella Denny, remains as her steels or whalebones and thereby making it the stiffest of corsets or stay and comfort. Kuest. up considerably but nothing has been his arms would have to be amputated. the softest of waists. By a very simple device it is at once a nursing Mus. IIknS. Boyd, of Knoxvllle, Is iniesed so far. Death did not overtake Mr. Danny HI visiting her pirenta, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Larue crowds attend the auction at Before confinement to hia room and an ordinary corset. The straps across the shoulder can be either Oil. Straub ATotten have contracted Mr. W. P.Tate'annd fairly good priceB heeaidtoBomo of bis friends that hia Logan. used or removed as the wearer d&ires. The steels or whalebones arc Miss LkttibIIrlm is spumling b few with Smith A Withers, ol Boyle, to bore are being realizod on most of the goods. time on earth would probably be ehort-Hinserted or removed by the most simple process, and does not necesearly faced this fact without fe'ar, as days with Mrs. J. II. Owens at Linnlotta further down into the several oil wells It Is a prcnlc for tho ladies who go near Jumbo. They will get 10 cents per and eU late. They don't mind bidding A very ingenuous hole is work Springs. a leader and an overseer of hia Sa- sitate the taking of a single stitch. Mb. R. P. Stuimikss and wife, of Dan- foot, while their employers expect to ngaiin themselves and money seems to vior's flock. Ho knew Whom he had ed on the inside of the corset at the top, which would never be deb n I'.nall object with most of them. Mr belived, and bad years ago committed ville, are Kfst of their daughter, Mrs. realize big things out of the business. tected unless your attention was called to it. Btln M a fine auctioneer and he keeps his body and spirit into his Redeemer's K. L. Reinhart. From point of comfort, style and durability this G. D. Corset surby hia keeping. God was to him a covenant-keepinKo.mk one asked little Farris Keller, the his audience in a good humor Mus. Jons W. Rout and Mrs. Jano of Mr. aud Mrs. G. C. bountiful supply of witty sayings. tot Uallew, who have opent several months God. On such themes his con- passes all others and yet the price is only $ 1. Try this goods just Keller, Jr., where bis father was. "He with relatives In Missouri, returned versation was colored by hia love of Na- once. It will please you, it will pay you. CI11CUJT COURT. Is in de bckinill shop wid do A. B. Cs. ture and his daily "communion with her al visible forma." In andrtion to tbe inMh. S. II. Hklm, of thn Turnersvillo on It," said be referring to Mr. William Verdict Aijainut (he L. it' X, spired Word she bore witnesa to hia mind section, fell from his barn door n few DaughertyV, which baa a large Blgn and Others. dayfl hko and bruited himse'f up consid- thereon. "Do you know your a. b. cs.V" Tub jury In the damago suit against of a living God, in continual touch with was asked, "Ho, but I know n. b. ce. tho L. A N. brought by J. W. Adams, for His people. He loved to dwell upon tbe erably. The old nenteman is when I see 'em," was bis response. yearn old. the killing of hisson, Charley, at Parka-vlll- goodness of God in giving "us rain from M11. S 0. Haley, who studied law unsome montliB ego, brought hi a ver heaven and fruitful eoaeona, filling our Bccaiiso To You. Pay your tax before the pen- dict Tuesday after a four (luyo trial, for hearta with food and gladness." der Hill it McRoberts, nnil wlio win week alty isaddtd. lor one cf my deputits Wo Do Not (ranted license this court, left iIiIb His wide nwako sympathy kept him 15.000. Ab usual tho railroad company select some few articles and in touch with men anl their vital Interlor bis home ntCyntliiana. llo ill han will be at Mt. Salem on Wednesday, Nov. nppealed. IS; at Milli'goville, Friday, Nov. 20; at out bis shitmln in fih. LouIb. tell how low we sell them, don't think The caee of O. T. Bailee against the estts. The testimony of those who knew V.m. 0 Lnvm, SO; James RumoII. S5; Hustonville, Saturday. Nov. 21; Wednes Courier-Journfor J20.000 damnBes for him best is that from boyhood he was a th?t our goods are high priced. For years he waa an elder Madison McKlnney, ftl) and Joshua M. day, 25 and Friday, 27, and at Crab Or- publishing a dispatch that he wbb caught Our competitors know that, quality Brown, SO, were the friskiest fellows at chard every Saturday; Moreland, Mon- In a compromising position with a wo- in tbe Presbyterian church at Danville, considered, we sell goods cheaper than the election. All were duly sober. Dr. day, Nov. .30th. If your tax is not man, whose buBband and brother per- and on July 6, 1SS4, was installed an others that's what bothers them; but paid befoie Dec. 1, it will bo adver- formed a horrible operation oh him, re- elder in the Stanford Presbyterian church Alcorn's lettr in Danville Advocate. it's your advantage. It was ourcoinfort, when he had about Mh. John I.. Alvkhson, of Washing- tised. T. I). NuwUiH.sheriiT. sulted in a verdict for f2,500. Tho plain-"tiOur store was designed and arranged ton, was hero on a visit to bis brother, leg otherwise ho is a pretty "finished bis course," lo know that he has a bad to do business with small expense, yet Thub to Hbh Son. The mother of J. M. Alveraon. Ho Ih one of thef good looking fo'low. An application had "fouebt a ood fight," and that it is the most commodious and carries who wbb given two years John Shields, who has prospered at the capia now trial and failing "henceforth there was laid up for him a Penny's Drug Store. in the penitentiary for cutting another will bo made for largest stock. S. M. L. tal, due lnrgily to merit and capability. Negro, appeal will be taken. The crown of righteoinnpsi " has deserted her husband and to get it, an Mh. RoiikiitJ. BhkckiniiIikiic.Jii., after by Frank Hagan, gone to Frankfort so as to be able to visit paper was represented Senator Faulkner, of West Virginia trylnc the South American country for R. P. Jacobs with bis daughter, Misa Jane, attended lierboy every dav or eo. It will bo re- Ksq , of Louisville, Mearfl. 5&B&iaM.36fl5X McDowell, ol Danville, and R. the third time, hna Iwen forced to return the marriage of his private secretary, membered that when the boy wa con- and O. II. to Danville on arcount of ill health. He C. Warren, of this place, while Sallee had Conrad Syme, to Mies Vievo Foreythe.a victed the woman Muted and said niter-waanived homo the last of the week. R. J. Breckinridge Harrodsburg, Wednesday. that God alonu could separate her the services of Judge Danville Advocate. Wolch. Both of the latter M. F. Bolar, of this place, was to from him. She made her word good and W. G. Mb. H. T. Gkay, of IVrryville, who speeches. Mr. Hagan alone argued have been married at hy bidding her bushaud farewell until mado Preccbuiaville laet was a witness in Jbo carool C. T. Sallee and 1b said to night for tho Courier-Journa- l to Mrs. Serena Oakley, a handsome a big the two years are served out. l, had SRamstthu have made a fine speech. . widow. time while here. He is an old ConfederMh. B. T. Lovway is o prominent apAs it may be interesting to the craft and had not seen hia dozens plicant for tho Lebanon ate soldier which we give tho instructiono to the jury, .KW ADVERTISKXKNTd. of comrade here Inr the war. shows how greedy some men are. Mr which wbb composed ns followr. V. Fag he Ida one olllce, that ol alv, G. A. Lackey, J. B. Myers, R. T Conway already CITY AND VICINITY. trustee of the proposed State Rofomitor Mattincly. C. F. Kpperson, L. B. Adams, Come in and see the beautilul line I show. EvNov. '.'Otb.Charitv Kiitertalnmont. Us. True he has to lose hts time and pay J. M. White, Jol n Dinwiddle, Wm. Beck, ery piece of Carpet and Matting will go at rembin own expenses, but the honor, bo gad J. H. lUiuts.S. J. Embry, J. R Halee. OF LAND, SI OCK& CROP. ATTBNiSpoonamon'H tl Saturday. . nant prices. Come posted and see what a suria admitted Gentleman tf the inn: It air, is worth more than the flesh pots. We I auction to defendant that tho words quoted will ofler st public biJccr on the higbrit and Hlinrld like to pee him get the by the prise awaits you. lu of Samui-- Klinore, a Hohs, to the bet but if be does wo promise him that the in the pluiuiitls petition which bio comboy. hoard will give him the cut direct, for it plained of by plnintiil wore published by Hlack C.ki Inrtdienlrt at Warren A will rerogmz' no sordid individual, who the defendant in a newspaper st led tbe Tnc followiug described property: ShankB. Courier- Journal. It is further admitted and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Window works for wages. Horse, two Undertaker Thrfc Ilr ocx Mjrcs, a by deft, that said words referred to tho Milk Cow, Heifer, 14 Sho.its, pair Shades, Picture Frames, &c. Stanford, Ky. New stock of Chnmoiae. Otitic ft crib, Pleasant Occasion. Some 15 couplre piaintilT. You lire instructed that said of Mules, lot of Corn in tbeAc. 4 acres ol 1'obac co, Karmlue Implements Hocker. accepted Mrs L.zio McAllster'a invitn-tio- n worda aro of themselves llbelloup, and my Farm 2 mile West cf Hustonvllle, 1 Alo to nii t her friend, Miaa Jean Shel- you are therefore bound to find for the convenient to churches and aschools, containing1 Nbw Fall kooiIs at Mrs. Kato Dudder- HF1V ACKhSol rinu i Land. Has " by, of Aicml.ii, Tiiffcduy evening and plaintiireucb damtgts aa you believe everlasting springs of water, a good dwe ling 8 nr's this week. rooms, good tenant liousu new biro, cow house, spent several hours most delightfully liuasy house, smoke house, well Paints, oils. Ac, chenper than ever at Aesislid by Miss Shelby, Miss Edna will reasonably compensate him for the nnd everything necessary for a house, flower pit pleasant home, publication of said words. including finauppta orchard and small fruits, Craig & Hooker'. CourtN and Mr. John S. Wells, Mrs. Mc 'Ihis little Kluu Grass Farm will be sold without . Whether you find greater damagea than limit or reserve aud enteitalncd in snch compensatory depends on another Is the certainty of fulfillment PHBfcniiTioNs way down In prices at Alister Terms ol Sale: Farm, half cash, balance in one 6 $10 and un cent. Sums and a manner as to make her guests feel that Craig A Hocker'sT you believe from der, two yeas at perthree months' otcredit without to wii: If cash, overgio, of each and every one of them. When you!,leave T it was good to be there. Cards and othinterest. For further information seo Dr. Alcorn or Jas. Wnitloy Avonuo for er games were enjoyed and at the prop the evidence that the deft, in publishing your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient-guarante- e Hol'hk and lot on tho words, did bo without belief bas- Frye, Hu tonviile. 1'ossession will be gnVn at Bale. C. 0. Withers. K. H KDHINO ION. er hour an elegant lunch was served. ed on reasonable ground, that tbe words once. that you will have an accurate and reliable"",time-piece- . After full justice was done tho repast, were true or that tho deft, was recklessly Kentucky Souvenir HpoonB for Xmie. games and courting were resumed nnd it indiilerent to tho natural consequences Taking ordera now. Danks. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are wbb nearly 1 o'clock when the guests got of such publication, then in either state ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? New pipes, tine French briar and sweet their consent to leave the scene of en- you may in your discretion flud in addiDEALER IN joyment. cob at 6c up. W. B. McRoberta. We have gained the reputation for miles around for tion to compensatory damage such sum best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince punGROCERIES, HARDWARE, KiDNAriMNo. Au inter sting case as you may believe will be a proper A ciianoe of schedule went into effect you. publication ao made, and agtinst the L. A N. railroad is Bet for trial ishment for a on the Cincinnati Southern Sunday. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, in the circuit court here One af- unless you so believe you can not find New Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Currants, ternoon last spring, after a d greater than compensatory damages. You GLASSWARE, &c. Cabbagoand Kraut at Warren A ShankB'. freight train had left Crab Orchard, Train can not exceed In your verdict $20,000, Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan claimed in petition. Excellent program, fine music and tor Robert Chappell found aand Conduc- amountunderstood that the jurors stood little boy in It is Nov. 20th. Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. au enjoyable uvonintr -aesured the caboose, who couldn't tell whero be all thb way from $1,000 to $10,000. Add T T McIntoshkb at reduced prices. A good was going. They put him oil nt the first ed together and divided by 12, tbe Be Sure to Give Him a Call. but a comone for a llttlo money. Farris A Har- section house and he ran on towards a amount would have wblto house near by, saying bis grand- promise was effected at $2,500. That no din. mother lived thero, though tho section prejudice existed, is shown in tho fact Klkoant line of Queensware nt low people did not recognize him. He got back that tho hottefct free silver man was for pricea to reduce stock. Farris A Har- to bis home that nlternoon and some timo the lowest amount. ON IMPROVED FARMS , din. after tho conductor got a letter from one The Stanford Water, Light A Ice Co. Ky.,at6 Tky us on dried fruit aucb aB apples, Clarence Deatherage, claiming that the lostltsBtilt against tho city of Rowland In Lincoln county,commission per cent., Address no charged. Hicglns A McKln- boy was bis aud that if be would pay for water furnished. It had a contract GKO.interest; W. 1AVV, Room 17, Kenyon Uuilding, prunes, peaches, Ac. Louisville, Ky. Forblauk applications and furAre the Only Cash Men in Stanford on him $30, he would drop tho matter, else wltb Itjor 20 years at $300 a year, but the ther Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, Atney. r t he would institute Buitagninat him and trustees declined to pay It and tho court torney, Stanford, Ky. Don't fail to boo our new hatBand the company for kidnapping. Captain held thnt they were not bound. r. bonnets before you buy. Mra. Kato Chappell paid no attention to tho letter Tbe grand jury flually adjourned Wed and tho suit is tho result. Tho railroad nesday, on wnlch day they found three T "Fall in line" and bring your pre- men say that they found a mnn lying indictments, making 30 in all.for Tho lost Thirty choice thoroughbred Poland China Hogs atealiug of all ages, Gills, bred Sows and Hoars teady tor scription to Craig A Hocker, lowest price down in a gondola on tho sime train, were against Edmund Lee of who proved to be an uncle of the boy, turkeys from Joe S. Rice, George Wolch service,in for sale at low prices. Any kind the Grain exchange. Come soon and get best. taken house in town. on aoplicatlon. and they suppose he put the little fellow for detaining Esther Rice against her Pedlcrees (urmsticd H. DISTKLI, Ottenheim, Ky. subscribers Money. We can buvb our in the caboose, thinking that both could will and B. Reynolds and Johu Tumor money and trouble by ordoring for them get to Gam Sulphur without paying. Col. for disturbing religioua worship. I any magazine or other cltv publication. Sheridan in the role of a kidnapper will Mrs. Hettle DawBon wbb grantod a dibe an amusing character and if be is guil- vorce from her husband, B. F. DawBon. Aftik uevoral dayB of rain and cold, ought to ba transported for not Mrs. 8ophla Dlahon, who sued Hon. F, Those having (claims against the late J. W. gloomy weather, the bud burst forth yes- ty be Ilibb are requested for debt of properly proven, to present them to mc at once spring time glory. stealing something that la some ac- F. Bobbittforacowheaold WM. I1KCK, Admr., terday morning In Try us and be Convinced What Cash Will Do. r Stanlord, Ky. was hers, count. ber husband, claiming tbat it "Fair, cooler" li promised for to day. r clo-v- er was cast by peremptory Instructions of tho court. A special term of tho court has been called for Dec. S, to continue Hi days, to try the caao of Frank Brooks for murder nnd other cases continued till then. Another damage suit against tbe L. A N. is now on trial, tbat of W. H. Wearrn, administrator, of B F Scott. It will be remembered that not long ngo, Mr. Scott, who was agent at Rowland, got on the Richmond train tp comoto Stanford. Tbe train wbb backinz and the conch struck a cow nnd wr.s overturnel, kidmg Mr. Scott, who was an Ohio man, instantly. The amount claimed is $20,000. Trw court term expired by limitation to morrow. 3 AUCTION. Our Auction is now I2ST FULL BLAST - I Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing-- toll-gat- e ex-pec- ta W. P. TATE, - Stanford. T GMSE T LETTER i -- A e be-ci- g three-year-o- ld jet-terda- y. Courui-Journ- W. H. SHANKS. SO-otl- e. (1$' ' - al peace-make- r. H Ken-tuckia- J3S0(iSS0 rd Courier-Journa- . i post-clllc- e, Rugs, Carpets, Matting's, Oil Cloths. I T FUBLIO SALE post-rllic- e, W TuoGday,ITov.l7, '96, 1 1 W. W. WITHERS, - m 1 ' lllue-Fr- Back of IVIy Promi rtc-iv- ed - . J. K. VanArsdalo. m to-da- THOMAS DALTON. South-boun- 53.-10- i r ' MONEY To LOAN serai-annu- Hiqqins McKinney AND Dud-dora- Poland Chinas For Sale. T Groceries, .' Hardware, Stoves, &e. I 1 XTOTICZ Attractive Prices on Queensware. 63-t- - itn" n ' '"jT - a MmmiiMmM - .7 i.C.ii.sil4w Mlii ii TminrrtnMBiniyrfwiiniii irifejtM 4t According to astrological forecaat the coming winter will bo tho most severe Prof. A. B. Jones, of the Lawrence-bur- g since 1813 and colder than can be recallSeminary, is dead, aged 60. especially Mrs. W. N. Potte, who formerly lived ed by the oldest inhabitant; pnMlebod Bvory Tueaday and Friday will the 8outh and "West suffer In this AT in Stanford, died in Madison, aged 75. esssssssfSail-Wfl go PjBU YiCiVR IX iYOVVNCH ..J. T. Perkins haa been appointed respect. There will bo heavy rain and Biz?, charged.postmaster at Blue Grasp, Madison coun snow and hailstones of remarkablo MT When not oPld au.bO will be as well an several meteors will fall. ty. : Ky. : Davidson has been appointed L. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. There It no joy In this world equal to the happi. Office on Lancaster Street, at Hesidence. postmaster at Mapleavilie, Laurel coun- nessof molucrhood. A woman's health Is ber Trains leave Stanford t 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 ty, and 11. P. Rawlinga nt Sidell inj OUy. dearest possession Good looks Rood times, haplove and Its continuance depend on her m ol 9! p. m., returning at 4 o o " of ealth. THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, The State treasurer ia preparing to traceable Almost all of the sicknesssome women is derangedirectly or Indirectly to LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. pay the school teachers of tho titato the ment or the organs distinctly feminine. Troubles of this kind are olten n glectcd because a very . t 37P m remainder of the Bum due them October natural and proper modesty keeps women away Mo. ti, Train goingJNnrth ' " 1. -- .... from physicians, whose insistence upon examinaNo, .6. " Is Agent for The 33 .......u 04 p m South No. 13. P. 0. Walker has taken charge of the tion and local treatment is generally as useless as t 03 p m Favorite Prescription " JJ ; it Is common. Dr. Pierce's Ho. tj, Co Lttwrenceburg polico court, having de- will do more lor theui than 09 doctors in 100. It QUEEN & CRESCENT. will do more than the feated Judge L. II. Carter by only three less he prescribes it. hundredth doctor can un And The a prescription K. It is V. Pierce, who lor 30 years has been chief con Train pass Junction City at follow: votes. suiting physician ol the World" Dispcnsiry and Aetna Accident Ho. 1 South io7pm No a North ...341pm Wra. Wagers', of Madison, is dying Invalid's Hotel at Buffalo. N.. ...i.oopra " 3 n.09 a ra " 4 " Company. one cent stamps to cents Sent " 6 " 11 35 am ...ricam of olood poisoning caused by getting pensaryatMcdlctlinAssociation, Buffalo,world s Dis" and N. ...6 00 a m " ......8 J5 p m " 10 " Best and Most Pavorablo Terms ot Insurance r blood into a eoro on his hand while de- receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 psge "Common Sense no Note. Not. and 5 and o and to runtherjl. r Medical Adviser,' illustrated. horning cattle. than Junction City. All trains stop e Mr. Louis Bobards, aged 50 years, a All Froo & New Dlscov have used Dr. Those merchant of Wilmore, drop, cry knowwho value and those King's havo not. have who its ed dead in bis pew at the Presbyterian now the opportunity to try it free Call on the advertised druggist and get a tiial bsttle free, bend church Tuesday. Nrar Railroad Crossing, East of Depot, your name toll. E. Bucklen A Co , Chicago, aud trial bottle In a difficulty in Anderson county, geta as a copy ofof Dr. King's New Lite Tills as STANrORD.KY. Health and Household Guide to well Oharloy Catlett and Squire Catlett were Instructor free. All of which Is guaranteed to do Good, Clean, Cheap ....Corn and Hay taken . U. and cost In exchange. Come and see us. terribly cut by John T. Siers, a neighbor, you good drugstore. you nothing at m in a fight over the election, Freo Pills. While celebrating the republican Hucklen ft Co., address Send a youth of Monti-cell- Chicago,your get a free to H. K. or Dr. King s victory Isral Polston, sample box and of their bad a pound of powder to explode New Life Pills. A trial will conviucc you and are Ky. merits. These pills are easy In action in his hands and he will die from the ef- particularly effective in the euro of constipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver troub -fects. R sT les they have been proved invaluadle. They are fre vegetable. They Throe prominent citizens of Knox guaranteed to be perfectly purely from every deletesubstance and to be We want to give those who owe us fair warning died Monday. They were County Court rious weaken by their action, but by Riving tone do not them two weeks more that we bowels greatly invigorate Clerk 1. 0. Catron, Flem Campbell, for- to the stomach andsire ajc per box. Sold by the up with shall give they do not come up to settle W. in that ut, and if Regular system. time, we shall put their accounts in the htmds of mer sheriff, and Joseph Jarvls, a wealthy U. McKobertt, druggist. MKUSHO.N A GREEK. anolllcer. farmer. A dispatch sayB that while M. W. GARLAND Absolutely Puro.1 Johnson, a life insurance agent, was rid- Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools A cream of tartar baking pow- ing along the road near Faint Lick, his of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the party. der. Highest of all in leavening horse became frightened and threw him democratic A goed Residence House In Stjnlord, with store house on same lot, lor sale. The lotcontains to the ground, painfully wounding him. strength. Latest United States K acre, andean be easily divided, putting store HOLDA9I house and residence on separate lots. At reasonDown in Marion conntv Ed Land Report. able pnee and en easy terms. Apply to Is a candidate for Assessor or Lincoln county married the pretty daughter of John subject to the action of the democratic party. . N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. Jjtf ROYAL BAKING POWDERHCO. Sunday Korthcraft a few weeks ago. New York. George Korthcraft told bis sister he saw SAMUEL M. OWENS : : Land with a neighbor's wite. Mrs. Land Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subA. S. upbraided her husband. Land went to ject to the action of the democratic party. . Lee Lunkford, the neighbor, and they to Surgeon gether went to hunt up young ISorth SIcCORMACK HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY. Dentist, out of the craft, lie and his father came O0ers-hiservices o tho people of West Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, and Casey Counties. bouse together, armed with shot guns. subject to the action of the democratic party tad Caskets always on hand,Full stock of Collins support is earnestly solicited. D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. S3 Land whs armed and so was his compan- Your Office over McRoberti' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. ion. Fire opsned by both sides at sight. M. Land received a wound in the breaBt SHELBY & SHELBY, 1b considered fatal. George North-craf- t Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, which democratic party. of thigb, while subject to the action the was shot through the Lunkford received a bullet in bis left mi-Wee- Interior Journal SOMEWHAT LOCAL. DB, W. B. PBlTlTTr, cultivation. See Capt II T. M. White. Corbin, Ky. FO R REN T. I eF.bro"ut06no K. Powell or '4K 7'" Machine m JOB SAIE. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For efate. Hat on It a good, comfortable Dwelling of Six Rooms, and all necessary outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa ell. tering stock, aiss a spicnuiu, never tailing to tor lutthcr particulars apply AS. 1 BAILEY, 11)4 Htsnfoid, Ky. I.H4I -- Need uut i - - "ae.wauv HI 1UC Mnger sewing Ky. J. W. 1 errln, ODDositePost.omce.Stanlord. Agent. FOR reliable Singer Sewing . . The . old 01 an Kinus, f til . .. A es u. J na Ire '" - " Dentist, Stanford, Notio0--3rarmer- s. - ! P- - M. W. JOHSTSOIT, We will take your Corn and Hay at Hlghett Trice in Kichange lor Coal. Cituens ot Stanford we will sell you Corn and Hay at Cost if you ate our Coal Customer. I took your crdeis for Coal. NOEL .V SON, Stanford, Ky. Miss 3otti V. Logan, Hustonviltb, Ky.; Desires to announce to her old customers and friend, that her Dresa Making Pallors are now upcu for Mltois and invite any ilcsuldg her serj8-vices to ell tally and secure dates. Mutual Li. c Insurance NOTICE Having bought and good will at Coal Business at will have charge ! of-O- r Insurance endo.theconnly. Adams his Coal Plant Rowland, Ky .1 will continue the said place W. T. SAUNOKKS of it at holt well known In that of J. W TBJSES I TEEES 1 1 FALL, 1S96. Full stock ol Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grapo Vinet, Small Fruits, Asparagus, arid every We thins? for the Orchard, Lawn and lurdeu. employ no Agents Try ui on prices to tee the difference between those of a grower and dealer. Catalogue on application to H. F HlI.LKNMKYKR, Leslngton, Ky. 6;-i- j. . HIOOINS. 4 fur-e- well-know- n NOEL ROYAI DEALERS J03STES, SON, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, IN COAL, Stanford, Ky J. T. ta' m o St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, FAIR WARNING. POWDER SINGLETON Sole proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Rool Paint. Estimates furnished for painting Wood, Metal and Iron Roofs Satisfaction guaranteed. Farm No, 1 contains sat acre. In Washington All roots painted with Dean's Black Diamond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealtrs in best Cis- county, Ky , the greater part of which Is in grass, tern Pumps and Galvaniied Iron Filters, Ualvaa-Ue- d well watered, with good imptovem.ntt, including new metal tool tubacco barn for 10 acre crop. si tt and Black Iron Roofing uf all kinds, This farm Is situated 111 what it pronounced the best district In Kentucky for Whit Butlcy Tobacco. Comfortable residence houie. Farm No, t contains 100 acres In same locality, with brick dreltitiir, Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best improved srms in ine F. D. BIL.HY. Proprietor, county. - - Both farms ere la fine slate of pret.ivallon, welt watered ond fenced Close to R. 1L depot, schools. FZ3E market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to I have movtd to my new Hotel and am better N. SAUNDERS, J. the public ever to Stanford. Ky. 10 Srcpared thanattached accommodate and ev.ry convenience de ..red. Oivem.acalL Two Farms For Sale. THE RILEY HOUSE , London. Kentucky. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. John B. Cattleman. A. O. I juham NEW MILLINERY. The latest things In Fall and Winter Millinery now In slock and the ladles of htanford and vicinity ate Invited tocall in and see the latest stylet. Milt latboe hat arrived and It ready to wait 00 her old cuitoinert and a. many new ones at will come, MlftS LICCIU BEA7LKY, Manlcrd, Ky. Gov-eptme- nt J. F. IOYAL- - INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. PRICE, J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, s NOTICE I Stanford, Ky. raw. E3IMETT BHRBEBS CMTLEME. MANAGCltS, Lit-es- ln Oommorco kBuilding, kLoui3villo. Agents Throughout the South. All pertont detlnng I.ocutt Patti for plank fence pott and railing er wuc fmee. can find what trier want at my store nrar Cedar Creek, on the pike leading from Crab Ulchard to Manford 1 alto keep alwavt on hai.d a good supply ofpltnk s, for fencing. All kinds ot lumber far building also boards and shingles All prsous desiring say article ol this Kind can call on m at my stoic near Cedar Creek O W MNGLKTON. June 16,0 .Jilf pur-pest- F. ELKIN W. A. THIBBLE, LOCAL AGKNT, M. S. BaFghmsn J W. IlAVbllMAK, Bide. JOE T. EMBRY BAKER Props. Livery, Feed and Stanford, Sale Stable, Junction City, First-Cla- ss Kentucky. 37lf M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- raoraiKTOHS- WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY CO. Money Thes Times On Our Line of IU A Turnouts, 1'ruinpt Attentien, Very Elder J. B. Dickson is holding a serReasonable Kate. A portion of our patronage is ! 18 Gin. solicited. respectlully ies of meetings at tho Christian church C. G. this week. Is a candidate for Alienor cf Lincoln, subject to Bryan increaoed the democratic vote action of the democratic party Tlnnklog the Ufa workman of county it entitled to a slice Southern end of in this county over 200 more than it bad ol the pie be askstheour support. ) 14YEARS ever been. and will I still afent Mr. A. J. Meadors has moved into MOREL AND keepam supply of allfor FallsofBranchtoCoal get such you Coal, kinds a bis new home and has one of the nicest Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject to as vu want at the lowest potalble yricet for Cash. Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Crossing, opposite Office, Mill and Kallrad cottages in town. the action of the democratic party, lie kindly Roller Mills. fct. Water Pipes, PorJ. U. IllUGINS, asks your support Sunltrd, Ky. 37 A good rain fell here Wednesday, celain Bath Tubs making tho ground wet enough to plow SAM W. WORKMANSHIP Sr.COND I can el I will take all the UTTM70 for cash or In trade hides leather on A specialty. Gilt edge reference in and out TO and starting many mills that were dry. for NONK. niLHO. L It a Candidate foi Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub- court days at Stanford or at my home in Otlen-h.lG. P. Johnson has moved into J. ol the State Ask your Danville ject to the action ol the democratic Chas Enrlm. Tanner Manning's property, Mr. Manning havfriends abotit uiy work, ing accepted a guard's position at Eddy- T. F. CLARKE. ville penitentiary. .WE WILL. Clemeai Haass Bsltd nt, Dtnvi'le, Ky. Dr. F. W. Finley has accepted a position, as company physician at Proctor mines, this county, and will move his family there shortly. Dr. J. D. Adkins has gone to New York to take a special course in medicine. Dan Wilson, who has been sick with fever, is improving. Our stw mills will soon saw out their Of Goods at cost until the WILL CURE run of logs and unless we have a tide in Tailor-Mad- e the river soon many of our laboring men Scrofula, Salt Rheum, will be out of employment. Sores, Boils, Pustules, son On luBt Friday tho Eczema, Tetter, postmaster at Carpenter, of Wm. Mugue, Is disposed of. and all diseases of the blood and county, was thrown from a mule and this kicked to death before he could be releasl&-- Makes You Well. ed from the stirrup. Indigestion, constipation and dysMrs. Moore, mother of 'Mr. M. AJ pepsia, kidney and liver disease Moore, fell from a porch at her bomeand yield to its curative powers and received serious injuries, breaking severwhen cured it al bones and it is Knred that owing to t&T Keeps You Well. her old age she will not recover. The police court has had several of Sold in Lincoln county by tho boys up recently and fined them for W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. swearing on the street. This is a step in " Penny's Drug Store, the right direction, but it should not etc p " Craig & I locker, withtnebovB. If it is a good law to eu W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. force against the boys it is a good one to F. B. Twidwcll, against the men also. eaforce Rev. W. G. Oiiuger and wife returnJ. A. Hammond, Hubble. With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed Tanner Bros., McKinney. ed from Boston last week, where they had and Stubble. been to attend the jubilee meeting held J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. to celebrate the 50th anniversary ol the organizttion of the American Missionary M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. And the like, and you should see my stock andjget my prices Association. He took up the regular Yours for Health, . before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. times for services last Sunday, telling James T. Cooke, To buy at when you see the goods about the meeting, Harrodsburg, Ky. Everything has returned to quiet we offer at $5 $7.50, $8 and $10. since the election passed off so favorable San Francisco. Portland to the wishes of a great majority of the Overcoats, Storm and Dress people of our community and our bank ..To the., Hats, Shoes, Shirts and nobbiest is again paying out gold to the mills and mines, to pay off their employees, claim.........Via the Neckwear in the State. ing it has become plentiful since the restoration of confidence by the election of McKinley. Is Receiving his- Tuo prospects ar that Williameburg J will soon have a new flouring mill, with :; TV. IS v ff HtWAlBAKT i Cf iCAtO Rr lQ- I gsTTrf- - 1 m h ',ri. n O)) lOUItVItU t u.& i'i r. . t 1 rr rv "smn 1 a capacity of 40 barrels per day. Mr. D. I." H rl UN nsl.li'iei of Greensburg, haa already OnlyiDiuing Car Route Frcm - Danville. A. Marohall, J . L. Frohman & Co., secured a site for the building and is getGuaranteed. Give him a Call ting the ground ready for the foundation. All 'Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit This will be a great help to our commuHERD OK THE nity and will encourage our farmers to Elegant Pullman Vcttibuled Thorouchbred raise wheat and improve their farms. X2TftTC?. J F. BARKER, Proprietor, of ' Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action ct the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support. - Kentucky. V' Superior Plumbing COAL I LIVERY, FEED Ac SALE STAR LIS, Stanford, - - Kentucky. II you neod livery give us a call. Nothiag out s turnouts will lease our stable. S.e us fir rates. In our nrst-das- ,' I EXPERIENCE WILLIAM BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee fitst-clas- t piires Tiy our horse shoer work and satisfactory Just in Time to Save MENEFEE pa-t- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. Capital Stock- Surplus SIOO.000 - 23,700 Gontinne Oar Sale Sarsaparilla ENTIRE STOCK W. . Cooke's Clothing Amotion of the public Is invited to the far that this ts the only National Bank In StanforJ Under the provisions of the National Bank are secured not only by th. capital stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor aa .mount equal to the stock, so that dopositors ot this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. Five tworn statements of thecondition of the banh are made each yearta the Unit.d States govtra-meand its assets ar. ciamlucd at stand times By government agenta, thus seeming additlloae anif perfect safety to depositors. This Institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank ol Stanford In it jS, then ted as the National Bank ol Stanford In iS4j and a. the Firtt National Bank of again Stanlord in tMs, hat had practically an uninterrupted oiutcncuof is , cars. Ills better supplied now with tadhtles fortransactlDKbuiinttspiompt ly and liberally than ever btfor. in its long and honorable caiecr. Accounts of corporations, firms and Individuals respectfully .otic ol this Bank is coiipoied ol Forcstua Iloid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Collier, Lincoln; J. W.Haydsn, Stanford; S. II. Baughinanj Lincoln; J. S, Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinnsy; M.J. Miller, Mt.,Vrnon,Ky J. Hocker, President; J no. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A McKinney, Asit.Cashicr nt Ada-Ciiri- ci, WEAR EN & CO. t(d. The Directory We Guarantee A Fit And Prices That You Will Not Hesitate a THE CI SB'S IMPERIAL RLOW, fanners Bank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS OF STANFORD, KY., lanewlully.'organlicd and ready for busineis with $200,000. 0,000. B. K. WEAREN. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, the tame management. Itt chatter, depositors are al fully protected at aie depoatlors in National Banks, its sbarcholdera being held Individually liaole to the eaicnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, 10 addition to the smount invested in auch shares. It may actaa caecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ar tn individual. To those who entrusted their buisincts to us bilo mnaglDK the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tendcrour many thanks and trust they will contiuuc to transact their business, with us, oflering as a guarantee for prompt attea- nun iu iuu, uur iwcmy years experience It banking andas liberal accommodations as are coa lltlnnt with iniltlit hanlrins By provistont of Now closing up) with the same H, G. RUPLEY, asieta and undei -- THE MER8HANT TAILOR-- The Globe, BARKER HOUSE, - Rate 1 WO DOLLAItS Per mmmM'imiJiimlMmtwl . I 1 r P'f ,jm:"n 11 J BLUK-GUAO-VTT- TO CHICAGO. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanktlfctiiiford; otKicrom: Duroc-Jers- ey JtfcA-A- The belt lalva In the world for cuti, bruheu sores, ulccrt, salt rbum, fever sorei tetter, chipped hand, chilblains, corns and all tklu eruptions. or no pay reputred. curca It it leled and refurnished throughout. Lareo at positivelyto give piles, pertect tatlifactioa or money luaranteed mod lout bample Koomt. t cents per box. for sale by refunded, Price S I'iIV ind office connected by Electric rails W. U, McKobertt druggist. and polite service to guests. 47 Somerset, ;n Kentucky. Car. AAVVTwt J.S.lOwsley, Stanlord; S.J, Lmbry, Stanford; Bucklln'o Arnlcu Halve of this famous breed of swine in States. A splendid lot of pigs of ditlrent age for sale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addretr . . 1... lily t. iirccuui. .... aTi.(1 ".-.- - (mm rn. tiMtt herd. T jf several different R. H. BKOrSAUliM,Ky, Crab Orchard, Modern Pattern. Steepen For maps or any information, address FRANK J. REID, 1 f E. II. BACON u. f. Agent, u. r. a , or. 1 Chicago. t i.ouisviiie Be ture to call for Monon Route. j. B.Owsley, Stanford; J. F Casb, Stanford; WIIIiam',GoochSUnlord; A. W.;Cftrpenter',:MIIIcdgoville, W.H.lCuminint,,I'reacherl S.'H..8hinkt,'Presldent, e Denver. St Paul. 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