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NOVEMBER 17.iS9G. 0 AIWA lilt COUXTY. jx rim south Hitx exd coi.x. - 01 LTX- I SOMEWIIA T LOCAL. .1 l..rr.-i.M1.. f T . nrnu.fnr.1 wiiviijMIMjIlurfU' . nut inuiiuro iHit vpi k 01 Visiting aged 72 wi"iviu Joseph Kiqualrd, the Richmond taiKninklnif nf tlin ihim for Bonntor. If ,u lr"'",IB "'" I'R'roriH i,f th Wnynee- W. hiirK; Klncarillt hhiI Highland flections lor, isd'sd. wo en not elect h deinoor.it, John -.- Mrs. U 1). Ballard, 03, died at her Virlua urmilil ha tho choice of niAtiv nml - wnH "0I n'y courtootjBly received to- . " rewarded from u pecuniary home near Bryautsvillo. democrats in this aettfon, if they t ud Being overstocked in the following lines and crowded for room I for my long hormdiack jaunt. The at Labnscu, Casey, Buy 83y in the nutter. have decided to lavow- - Monoy down t grow on treea in tho will be discontinued nf er the 30th. -- Dr. Win. HuUimhii ha lifwi , ftiil of Lincoln hut tho nttirily The Centre College elevnn defeated by a leaillne repnli-bly mentioned, oven know t!ie worth of a tho Siate College boys 10 to 0 at Lexinglicm, us our next police judge. Ho ."'"I'le would ho tin right man If ho could bo dollHr.iml whilo they live H thev don't ton Saturday. u "'J""'' means, conwMiu.mtly I J. M. Harbison, nf LancaMer, a Induced to make tho race. Kentucky die-- found hut f,w who worn not ready to the apcretary'a olllce, trimtu Tho popular vote in take receipt for arrearage, w,i olirB ry department at Washington, il- ciooea tho fact that bug number of ws inado i.tr in auvanco aa.ian. 1, '!). happy by Id i salary being increased to leiial votes were cah, meat likely tmpori i" " 2: ftffi n A beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, Watches, There ii not much improving going on J2.000 por annum. Cut ml frnm linnlnrliii! States. An lnereno n Stale that at any of the abuse named places, but Glass and Chinaware, Jardiniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Lamps, A J. Kidilaiid.MlssSraufll,of Pine of 103,000 in onoyoar in SAML'Kh J. IIOIIBKTS. claims no incre.so of population by im- they are holding their own, which is Knot, traveling an man and wife, were This is tho man whose word will be Picture Frames, Bibles, migration, bears fraud upon its face. saying a good deal these, hard times. Sev- overtaken at OampbellBville by Miss wortli more than any cither man's enCounting 5 to tho voter Kentucky would eral largo stores at each place do a thriv- Stanflll's father. Kidd wa arrested and dorsement for Bny of the Kentucky pie have 'J 1225,000 inhabitants, and yot tho ing business, in tact the amount of goods fined The girl returned homo with her He led the forces to victory and is now at State ia claimed by 257 votes only. Un- they dispose of is remarkable. McG'arty, father. Canton telling McKinley bow he managSome one sends us a notice of the der tho circumstances they should nut Bker it Co. and G. A. Walter, of Kings' ed to awing Kentucky into the column claim tho State since they do not need villi, both carry stocks that would be a death of Bryan Young Ooley, aged 22 for him. Address him if vou are very In endless variety. Much care has been devoted to the selection of credit to towns many times the'sizs of He died at Chicago from the effects of a it. Oo in m on decency Biitfgesls this. these lines. Unmatchable Styles and Unapproachable Prices will hungry, care Leader office, Lexington. In tho adsenco of important news the "tunnel city," whilo at WayneHburg, steel pin falling from a building Bnd move them quickly. At and below Cost from now on. items, your correnpondt nt aika permis- L. G. (iooch & Son and II. D. IMduett striking him on the head. He was born J,1 TIUMOXIA L MA TTEIIS. s jammed in UarriHon county, Ky. sion to say a few words about the appli- have commodious Thomas Beegerly, Mgpd 80, was marA Washington dispatch sayK By di- cations for oflluo since the election of withgocdi. ried at P.rkerabnrg, W. Va., to Miss SuDr. O. M. Thompson is building a rectlon of the president, Captain Henry McKlnloy, Of courao nobody thought Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions. sie Swift, just 10. Hustonville, Ky. of wanting anything before the election splendid residence at Kingsville, Bnd the Wyeant,24th infanrry, at his own reGeorge Evans, son of Mr. Geo Mr. for olllce. young people are looking forward to a quest, is relieved from duty at the Cenbut now they aro clamoring W. Evans, of this county, is shortly to "To tho victor belongs the spoils." Let purty he has promised to uive them when tral University of Kentucky, Richmond, marry a Kansas City belle. them take them, but there is no necessty ills completed. The doctor succeed. d Ivy , and will join nis company. Valentine Swaggart, ol Dayton, O., This has been a splendid season for us for selling Winter The Nesro cook at her boan'ii r for being in a rush nbuot it. The term, Dr. O'Ujnnon here and is making money cut ids throat from ear to ear because he u-- t as that clever gentlemen house in Richmond got mad with MIks Goods, such as Capes, Jackets and Dress Goods, and we of our etllcient postmaster, J. I. Hamil- as did. The I.ntkiiiou Joi'KNAh's pretty corres Lucy Lackey, because she was so strong had been fooled by a young lady of that ton, will not expire until March, 1S93, come to you with an entire new stock just purchased. ore a number of grol re pondbnt, Mis-- Agnes Pennybacker, Bnd for Bryan and put glass in a biscuit to place. nudyttthero Below is While J. II. Hart is on trial in the public's who aro willing to take the her equally as pretty sister, .Mlsa Gertie, kill hor, hut tho young lady discovered Graves County Court for bigamy, six of ' o Saturday to vIbU an tho Horl in thin to prevent serious conolllce at that time. At least a doxsn have went to bis 14 living wives and four young chilexpensed their willingness to servo their aunt, so the I. J. will havo no letters sequences. from this place for a few leeues. M. W. Penn, the cancer doctor, of dren sit near him. country in accepting that otllce. This Mr. J. I. Peavler, of Missouri, eged Ih highly commendaAbout the most downcast man over this place, has returned from Linco'n true patriotism and 2 bolts yard wide Brown Cotton, i very heavy, i Sea 03, and Mm Maverva B. Main, 30, ol. ble. They are worthy men, but being thereceutebction is my splendid demo- county, where ho has been treating some Island, at 5c yard. This is probably the last we will offer Crab Orchard, were married by Rev. R B. sulHcleiiUy niviced, your cornspoudent cratic frlmd, James Boy. He had set casts of caneir Hh hat never failed to Mahony at his residence of yesterday. at this price. tint E. W. lUrrle his heart on seeing the "boy oiator of the cure a cancr when he told a person he ventures An unsuccessful attempt was made He is worthy and i'.iute" wcupy the presidential chair nnd could cure them. His remedy was found will knock the plu-n50 pieces Lancaster and Amoskeg Ginghams at 5 cts. peop'e would not ob- the thought ol u ailing four more yetrs in the Island of Cuba end introduced in to abduct Stanley Hood, IS, from the i o(iiptnl and the Prices has already advanced on these goods in the East. is Himost more than he can bear. Amtr.cA In the year ,1SS5. He cannot house of mercy nt Lexington. Abe Lamp-froject All wool Red of Louisville, is infatuated with 15 dozen Ladies' Vests at 15c each. ralHe thndeid, bnt hncat'bave the Theio is a literary society at King-viltho i!irl. CII1MKS. Flannel at 15c yard. 25 pieces fast color outings at 10c. (ftiiitln member and one male -with ift CllCKCH Advocate. M m Annie Howard, who wbs engag Mr. I), M. Crughton. Thev have a grand A dispatch from Loxincton ms that 5 dozen Children's Union Suits at 25c. Davie county w il) vote on prohiNoah Ridenhour, who i!ld William en to iiiuir Mayor Carter Harrison, of I). Uale I leading time at their eeklv meetings, tut what 20 pair 10--4 Blankets, white or gray, at 60c. bition Dec. IS. He v. V. Chicago, when he was ns?assiuated, was th-do, tho mot intimate friends of H ighto rer in Grant cou ntv last Sfptem-bethe tight lor It. Mr. Creitfhtoti have not been able to get 5,000 pair Boots and Shoes for men, women and chiland esciped, was brought through marri.'d in London Thursday, to Walter Kentucky lUptietH have ouly kIvmi Parrott, an Englishman. toll there on his dren at lowest prices ever named on these goods. kd for foreicti hin todemocrats in Wayneaburg precinct ollicers who way to WilHametown by J1,7(S of the j 10.000 Hon. JatmsA. McKerzie, minister Six arrested him in Lincoln , and ono- half of the convention 100 new Capes and Jackets offered at less than wholemifsion-No. 2 lost their votes bv being down with rounty. It is saiil that In order to throw to Peru, is expected homo by the 2Stb, year la gone. to attend tho marriage of Ins dauehter sale price early in the season. . the uieae.es. The republicans also lost the detectives ofl' iii went to them and Itev. George T. Taubmnn has ten- neve ral. Lamar Monearly nevt mouth to M Tuat epidemic is still raglug in reprih"iited himself as a detective of tho "We hacc just returned from the cities and are showing dered bis resignation aa p.Mor of the tho this hectioj. Hopi:iBville same bureau, hiv! asked assistance in arch, of some splendid values besides the ones named here. First ChriaMau church, to take elfct B. L. Johnson, of tho South Fork, lies locating Ridenhour, for whom ho said Dec 31 -- Newport Journal. Tne New York papers are diecussii g another democrat nt his house in the tiero was a rnvird of 1000. This impuCome and see us. Peter Vinegar has added The shape of a 10 pound boy. winch arrived dent act resulted in bin arrest by the two the question, Can a man learn to love a Hat of fcfter marriaci? "A Llell of a Time" to his Unfortunately, a few nights nine. He will likely be officers ns above stated. Tne reward is wife which takes tho plrce for tho protthere is au abundance of evidence that 1150. Ridenhour is a fine looking young named for Mr. Bryan. , ein ot "A D- -d Hot Day" nnd others of There is about to bo trotibh in Djuble fellow of 2.), while his victim was 23. he can and that he frequently does. Ann character. a Springs church at Waynesburg. And There waaa woman in the case nnd the then comes the trouble. Pastor W.J Holtzclaw has closed wh'eky is the cause of Elder Win. P. Walden.aon of Edir it all. A few killing was the result of jealousy. Jeese Walden, of Lancaster, and Miee his first year at Fairmont, W. Va. Thoro mouths nuo tho church voted that no Lillian Brewor, of Uarrodsbnrg; were have been 39 additions to trie cnurcn member would be allowed to drink whisS1IKL11Y CITY. during the yfr. The pistor preached ky as a beverage, and married Thursday night nt Danville. Elthat those who perVi Rev. I. M. Boswell prescind at tho 113 rurmona, S3 addresses Hud made 511 sisted in doing so der Waldo n and bride contemplate n re- . would be "turned out." Christian church and Rev. J. A. Taylor , Binount to moval to Fort Scott, Kan., where ;Mr. visile. The contributions A little later several of the members at the Maptiat church Sunday. nearly $10 per capita. -- Western ltecord- - gathered and rescinded a Dr. Chase's Infint boy baa been very Walden has bad cali to a prosperous v that resolution ti cr. church. and now there's trouble brewing, and sick, rut id better. Deputy ShariU W. v1 - 0m ... Mra. O. A. Cox nnd others have reThe meeting that has been going on where It will oud nobody . Mr. L. Young, of Jessamine, is Blowly Imat the Academy, conducted by liro. Mas- W. It. Goocb, of McKinney, hasi ceived invitations to the marriage ol The newest and most popular ai tides are the quick sellbeen proving. His Hlaters, Mrs. Judge John A ters, closed Friday night.. Visible results hero several days trying to bring Moore nnd Mrs, Oapt. V.;E. Grubb3, nro Rev. Taylor Mclntire ti Mies Nancy ;i ers. about a were S3 additions, 41 of them by baptism more brotherly feeling .between Catherine Bean, which is to occur nt still at I ia bedside. the EST COLD CREAM Fragrant Cream. Cold Vaseline. This w aa the most remarkable melting members and lectured on temperance Winchester on the 23th. Tho prospect Any one who saw the Ldy Macca of the State and we ivo groom was assistant pastor here unover held in this part Friday night. Those member who favor of Blue Lick Bee QHive, Juntion S&-- CHAPPED HANDS made new. trust that much more good than oven taking a drink for the stomach's sake aro City, rehearse Siturdayi night, aa did der Mr. Arnold and irdo many friends, :: what was vinlble may bo tho result of funnily as determined as those who favor your correspondent, will wish him aii' im great happiness. conclude that who Try our healing Hand Lotion. Other Cold Cures of Mrs. Hannah B. Divis, of Danville, tho meeting. Corbln Enterprise. toitl abstiuetico and it will require the drill by 10 young ladies in tho forTho Kentucky Stnto Sunday school mighfy good work to bring about a rec- mation of the letters, K Louisville, several days ago to value at O. T. M., !b went to o Union reports a gain of It Sunday onciliation. visit her sou, Ashby Davis, who ia at- .. . j well worth the prico of.'jadtnisaion, 23c, i o Hchoo'H with 1,513 ollicors and teachein tending a buaiuess college there. When ? Tobe Benson, who has made his home not to fay anything about tho excellent 0 rt. over ISOj. The total and 3l,.r05 reached there she. was greatly supper to be served'beforehand. Come, shn Is witli 11. w. Ualuwell for the past 10 number of officers and teachers now to find that her son bad become a years, had tho notorioty of having for his overybody, tomorrow night, lS'.h, at 21.037 and of setiolaia 223,217. The benedict, having been married several wifeihewomau who caught President Richardson's old storejroom. lead with 07,3'il) scholars, tho weekoapoto Miss May Smith, a pretty Miss Elba Thurmond, of Danville uartleld when he was shot ly Guiteau at bavo 16,510, thei Ohrlatlan 37 OtO Weshington. They havo separated now ' visited relatives and friends hereSatur- - blonde of Lexington. News comes from Knnsna City, that andtheSoutbern Preslivterian 11.111 tbough and Tobin sees more pleasure in. and Sunday. Mr. Robert Vanoy Mr. Allen Logan, son of Dr. and Mrs. P. pence he now has than the notoriety waa among his friends hero Sunday. He Though Mra.McKlnley isnn invalid, the of yore. is a steady young man nnd is in tho V. Logan, of this county, and Miss Jestio the etate of her health ia not such r.9 to Tlial grnud old democrat, Mr. Clark hedge fence business at present, Messrs. A. Hall, daughter of Juogi W. E. Hal, prevent her from taking the prominent DEALKKS IN jj. Reynolds, is still confined to his room EJGjineaand Alva Rice, of Stanford, who was vice president of the Metropolbut not laborious part in Washington's with rheumatism, but he mauaged itan National Btuk, are to be married on to spent Sunday at the home of Mieeea Lily socIbI life that naturally falls to the Pres23 J. Mr. Logan has n lucrative posPal-ns- , ' We are glad to t io bivi endured very well hobble up to,the polls and vote. It took ami Bertha Grubba. idents wife. She ition in the bank u lined, and is held in him two hours to walk tho quarter of n stnte that one of Junction City's most tho excitement of the let few months, tiiile ami back, but he Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. felt repaid for it moral young mon, Mr. .James Routon, high esteem by the officers. )c 34. and hnsrecjlvod a multitude of vlsitois J. A. Walfenger and wife, who came The people of this section are getting Iibb become a member of the Presbyte- to Kentucky from women would so largo tbnt many stronger Culpepper county, rian church. Mr. AlfredGarr, a fireman have heBitated to undertake u task half mighty anxious for free turnpikes, , O ive Hill, and, his brother, .Mr. Oliver Va and settled in Knott county, have as thick in this section ns fid of aa onerous. been married SO years. He is 101 and one of tho groatost brood dlers aro said to be in the Plutonian re- Garr, have been visiting their mother, Bhe 100. Ten boys and nino girls havo limilah, Give us a call and be convinced. )f5f Mrs. Josephine Garr. mares that ever lived, having produced gions and they Bhonld not be blamed for bun born to them, but all are dead. Two Jour with records from 2:0GJ to 2:23, wanting either a reduction in toll or a boys were killed in the Union army and MT. VXIIXOX, ROCKCASTLE CO. Bo.i7.etta, 2:001; EulyDird, 2:10; Judex, throwing open of the gates entirely. in the Conlederato army. They havo Tho students of the Mt. Vernon ColK. O. W. 2:291 and Juntatn, 2:291, and ia tho only 20 grandchildren, 50 great grandchildren legiate Institute will givo an entertainmare that ever gave birth to two trottera nnd 75 great, great grandchildren living A brilliant receptiou and dance was ment next Friday night nt the College, In the 2:10 Hat, has been sold to A, II. The record for rapid wooing is claimgiven in Louisville by Mr. and Mrs. consisting of music, rtcitutiona, drills, Moore, of Coleman, 1M., and will go into ed by W, L. Daleman, a Pittsburg trav- W. N. Haldeman to introduce into bocIo-t- y dialogues and tableaux, closing with a i eling salesman, who waa united in mar-- I the harem of Director to give an opporMetal Rooflrjff their granddaughter, Mies Clara bceue from Julius Ciejar. The students laurels to her great tunity to add further risge yesterday to Mies Alice E. Weh- The unusual sight of three gen- have been making preparations for a reputation. tner. Daleman visited Romo City, Ind , erations of handsome women was im month und it ia expscted tint the B , who wltn iuiss una, put-eJosie on his regular trip Monday. He met will be good. A fan drill by 10 pressive. Miss Clara Haldeman, looking a mile in 2:091, wna burned to death in )n a nltovmfnr fontnvn Miss Wehmer nt the depot. Yeslerday She was own-e- d moat charming in white crystal silk, car- llftltn mltoiii newly-madher etall near Lsxingtou. Daleman wired UH.U.,,' in.. 1,.- - .ii.u-w, Now rying a bunch of American beauty roses, -' tauco a proposalhis marringe, a acquain ' Shingles, Etc. of by Mrs. W. 13. D. Stokes, of i telecratn applied to the purchase of stood in tlio receiving line between her York. Eight other richly hied trotters nf acceptance was sent in respome, and . grandmother, .Mrs. W. N. Haldemnn, !..,., ii ...u iit..ww.. ,. , ,. , , uuuna r,,i,noi;nni loea of $18,000. C. I., uupimia hi-i- luimeuiKieiy cu:emniz me woie burned, causing a and her motbor, Mrs. W. B. Haldeman. originated in Ithea ed. Tho Foster apple "It will kill mo 1" Mrs. John A. Haldeman, neo Buchanan, county and it is said tho original treo is assisted in receiving. The funeral servicea had been interFive fartnera near JlihersbiUK as 1S90, 30 bushrupted by a violent thunderatorm and signed Saturday still standing and bore in A wealthy merchant of Patriss, 1892, 15 sympathetic relatives were atsistiiiK the j els in 1891, W bushels, in WILLIAM SHELTON, Greece, waa killed in tho streets of that A compxny of Hopkinaville yonng In 1893, 40 bushels. weeping widow back to the carriage. and Teachen 7. Alt specialists. Thoroujh courses in Lifn, Gresk, French, English veral chaperones went on Students 115. Natural and Moral Scencrs, Music, Art and Klocutiua. Situated in ths famous and of city Sunday by a socialist. The incident Mathematics, Mrs. Victoria Bolejack, daughter lllua "Alter spending $130 on a crepo dresa 0,0P,e Grass section ot Knutuc'r; distiniunhed lor healthtulneas of climate, beauty of scenery, twins, died at Knor-vill- e created a great sensation, as it was the for Jim to have it ruined like this, I al- - a 'possum hunt Friday night. They of socioty. Kail Session opens September 7. Bfora docid.n j where ysu will sep t your refinement one of the SUmeso daughters two large 'poesuma and had a bar- - next year, be sure to write for Our Now Catalogue-- . A Jdres, opera- first socialist murder to tako place in the most wish ho hadn't died." New York from the ellecta of a Burgical fun. kingdom. S. SUFIjBY, Lady Priactpal.StinforJ. Ky. MRS. NANNIE relof World. atf tion. Circuit court umvotud thin (M on (In)') morningy i iimi t.l.1. A SMIVAL OF T HE FITTEST. x posl-Plli- oirn tiini-ib.iii- j 1 tlr Close Out For 30 Days For Spot Cash, Bric-A-Bra- 11 Jewelry And Groceries. F. Bo TWICE) WJEILIU - More-room- ) Loui-vill- fl Bulletin of Bargains. thea-werlio- . le liv-In- s. r, - Ken-tuckia- lt-- v. rer-mon- H SEVERANCE & SON. COLD CURES, 11 son-atlon- al """mmi"""i ?Crioiii3ioicioitrii,iiiicocii,"iriiirioioririf!ririjii l J 1 kuo-ve- -- 1 s : 3 5 W. B. MoROBESVTS. our-pris- Hap-tts- 's 'ii.,iicvi,i,ixor,i,ri,ioi,::i' a CRAIG & HOOKER, I Metli-odis- ls ! d-t- j - "Drugs, Grbsrrvica'ls, Oils, J -- Toll-gstesn- re t It Pays to Daai with a Cash House. J -- f to W $ Doors, Sash and Blinds, Hnl-demn- n. ontor-taiume- ut ... I ir. e -i- !- ' o A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. President. TH33 STANFOaD FEMALE COLLEGE. bu-ahe- la "" mm 'I n- - L Georgia's official vote shows a pluHanna has a palatial winter home at with almost positive assuris to resign his rality of 34.031 for Bryan. Palmer got Thomasville, Ga., and it is Bald he will "take" McKinley thero for a rest. seat in the U. 8. Senate to become Mr. 2.708 votes. Tho buli-- f is expressed in Birming Sinco be has been nominated and McKlnley's secretary of the treasury, tho Stanford. Ky., - Nov. 17, 1896 position be filled in the Ilays cabinet. ham that Gov. William O. Oates will be elected, llobart elect has The program ia that Hanna shall be made chosen to eucceed United States Senator been notified of 800 babies that have been named for him. Senator from Ohio, the law prohibiting Pugh. W. P. WALTON. Senator J. K. Jones, Hon. W. J. Congressman James B McCreary him from holding tho office of secretary of the treasury, unless he shall assign his Bryan and Gov. Stone, of Missouri, will says he did not think the short session of larun business interests. It will be ro- - spend several days this week duck hunt Congress would pass any tariff bill, and So far as the Interior Journal ia peSalesmen. Arc our c nainly not the Dingley bill. He thinks cuniarily concerned it matters little to it numbered that Grant appointed A. T. ing on St. Francis river. John F. Shafnrtb, one of tho Colora- the country now needn a rest after the rung entirely Stewart to the position, but tho same law who holds the oilices, as it dec'ar-o- l do silver mon, was elected by 51,373 ma great financial agitation. oa its merits and is depondent on no applied in his case. Sherman has for the immediate pnisago of tho Ding-le- jority, the greatest majority over given a John It it said that They make the sales in this house. Our clnss or clique. It pxpects to puty, H. Wilson, of the 11th district, will be bill, which was rushed throrfgh tho member of Congress in this country. fully as well under McKinley as it men merely show the goods. Hut notwithtbrive James A. Wottuoro has been named right in the iliht for Unitod States disstanding the great values we continually offer has under Cleveland, for it intends to ro list House anil stalled in the Senate. bill makfs a horizontal increase of as Judge W. B Fleming's successor in trict attorney in Kentucky. If tho Inright along publishing the news, express- This we will quote you a few special prices for this ing its opinion and giving those whom tariff duties and it is estimated will add tho Law and Record divisions of tho su- terior Jouknal had h any in tho matter Every price we name establishes .1 new week. it thinks deserves it, a piece of its mind, $10,000,000 to the rovonue. As it Is more pervising arclhtect'd office at Washing- he would get it without division. record for cheapness. There are In response to questions by tho Cli when they do not keep in the middlo of than likely that the bill will become a ton, Commissioner of Internal Revenue cinnati Commeicinl Tribune, Repreeenta tbe road. Its editor has never aBked any law, those patriotic democrats (?) who S. Miller, has resigned to accept tive B. B. King eay: "I favor the electhing of his party and never oxpscfs to voted for McKinley will linvo helped to Joseph the v!lm presidency of the American tion ol United StatoH Souator at tho ex f jist the burden on tho paople and assis as it has no oilice in its gift that he could Bonding and Trust Company of Balti- tM session, and my llrat choice is John till that he would accept. lie U a demo- ted in the passage of a protective tariff' more. W. Yerkes, should ho he a candidate. If crat because he could not be anything law, which they had always heretofore The rumor ia going the rounds that ho is not a candidate then I am in favor Here that will set tongues to wagging when the else if he would and would not if he pretended to oppose. Even that radical from news gets out. 75c for a pair of splendid iox olanyof the following named gentlesays of the Associate Justice Field may rotiro could. Pecuniarily and personally the concern, the Louisville Post, the supreme bench and allow President men that can be agreed npor: W. O 4 White Blankets with Fancy Borders. 75c offices do him no good, but he delights to j bill: "The Dingley bill is a radical, illogto name Secretary Carlisle as Bradley, Judge Holt, John W. Lewis, for a Large Sized Comfort. 25 dozen colored ical, iivlcfensiblo scheme of spoliation. Cleveland see his political friends fill them, because Dr Hunter or Senator Deho." Laundered Shirts, cheap at 75c and $1, on sale It subordinates revenue to protection. It his successor. they are generally more worthy and well In Mississippi Bryan received 03,324 at 50c. qualified, than of a lot of republicans who confuses tho tariff schedule where sim- votes to 0.23S bv the entire opposition. TAKING NO CHANCES. often have no further qualification, than plicity is demanded. It is a horizontal The republicans only polled 4.S27 votes, advance in taxation, and not a discrimithat they vote the republican ticket, Palmerand Buckner 1,031 and the pro- Tho Old Gentlnmin Hail There . they do not know any better. The nating adjustment of taxation to busi- hibition ticket 390. ami Wit l'oxy. ness necessities." And this is what the boys who are filling the internal revenue Tho old gentleman had boon rather Tho Middlesboro Herald reiterates and other offices now, generally speak- gold bug democrats give us in addition to that the most shameless frauds were gruff when tho young man entered nnd And Upwards. Mens' Heavy Work Shoes at ing, are deserving and capable, but judg- a republican administration. To hades practiced by the republicans there and if his manner hud not been particularly 98c. Very cheap at Si. 2$. Ladies' Lace ing from the riff raff .that are working with such democracy a contest is made both town precincts inviting while tho yomiK man was shiftGrain Shoes, 7fic. A good Mcintosh coat for ing from ono foot to another and prefor their places, tbosame can not be said Tub Interior Journal, which sup- will be thrown out. paring to state his business. He simply S2.9S. Boys' Overcoats. Si. 25, up. Mens' when the rads get bold. Every kind of a Col. H. L. Stone, who has heretofore snid, "Well?" in an inqnirliiK tone ported the Chicago ticket because of its Overcoats, S2 50, up. Try a pair of our Ox thing now imagines that his party owes ell in its power to elect claimed to be a democrat, has received when tho young mnn announced that something aud is making no bones regularity and did Breeches at 81.75 Another pair him Bryan, though opposed to portion" of the bis reward for fighting the Louisville ho had come to poo hi hi on n matter of of asking for anything from a cabinet po is against a further agitation of board of safety so savagely. The repub- vast imjortanco, but there was u rent sition down. A majority of them will platform, change when tho young man said, gold stand- licans have elecfed Dim city attorney. be disappointed when the pie is cut and the silver question until the A dispatch from Frankfort eays that "Your daughter" a chance to demhanded around and then there'll be ard advocates have bad "My whut?'s interrupted tho old genof their plans one county in the Sth district polled S00 "trouble in de Ian." Dishing out the pie onstrate either the success found by tleman with sudden nuimatiuii. By a majority of more voters more than were ever "Your daughter," repented tho young is a monstrous ticklish business and its or their failure. If they rip. Cloth capes from $1.75, upwards. than a million, the voters of the United either party and 1,000 more than the as- man, nnd then he added, as n horrible injudicious distribution has sent many a Handsome Plush Capes worth $13, go at $9 against free silver at sessor could find. It must refer to Jack- suspicion crossed his mind, "Sho is with this tide. Hovs' and Mens Hoots must I W" man to grass. Let us live in hopes that States have declared yours, isn't she?" of 16 to 1 or any other ratio, son. those who have the job will make a t le ratio be remembered as going the same way. The presidential vote in Kentucky "Of course she's mine," retorted tho all patriotic citizens to mess of it and that in the sweet subse- and it becomes waB344,7Sl in 1SS8, dropping back to 340. old gontloman. "Sho liinn't fallen off may be. If you ate in need of a Suit or an Overcoat, remember "Comtake" quently not very far remote, the demo- mit as gracefully as SllinlS92. In 1895 the vote for Gov- her bicyelo and hurt hersolf, has slier" is a favorite word with us. Ladies' Cloaks andjCapes; a big line of "Oh, no. She" cratic boya will be again invited to the presiThe bug department of the Smithson- ernor grew to 357,057, and in the table. "And sho hasn't rnn over any chil- both at S1.25 and Up. ian Institute finds that there are 39 dif-- e dential contest of this year it lias jumped dren or eloped with tho coachman, or to about 445,000. Tiik most savage article we have Been ent varieties of mosquitoes, each of or" According to the unofficial figures on the Courier-Journa- l appears in tha which can buzz louder and bite harder "xsouiing ot mat sort at an," anOwenton News. Editor Orr bad to draw than the other, If you can't feel thank- the majority of Judge J. D. White over swered the young man, becoming n A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, o i hiB thesaurus to find venomous adjec-- t ful for the way that things have gone Judge Landes in the First Appellate dismore courageous. "You see, sho sunt ves sufficient to express himself, and politically, you can at least bo thankful trict will bo more than 15,000. The ap- mo here to ask you" T. D. RANEY, Manager. "Sho sent you!" then bad to quit the job for want of tbat each of tho 39 varieties have gone pointed judge doesn't seem to be very "Yes, hhe well, of courso it was - into winter quarters and ceased from popular at home. words and breath. That the CourierBranchStorcs: W.S. Forman, who my suggestion first but sho naid to ask Journal has laid itself liable to attacks, troubling for the present. candidate for gov yon" Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, was the we do not deny, but to charge that its Tho old gentleman heomed to bo fully Paris, the democracy of Kentucky shall ernor of Illinois, was tendered the posi- nlivo to tho If editors are blackguards is indefensible Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, situation now. Ho stopped We know most of the men engaged on ever get together again, it will not be by tion of commissioner of internal revenue tho young man by a gesture, and then and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. the paper and they are gentlemen, every e'tber faction assuming all the wisdom bv President Cleveland. He will accept, bo got up and shut and locked tho door. "What's tho matter?" asked tho one, a majority of them scholars besides and patriotism of the party, nor by the that or any thing else he can get. The wild and woolly story comes young man with some agitation. "Was of good whisky too. bolting press and loud mouth politicians and fine judges uuy ono listening?" They may have fallen into the bad habit cdlingtbe silver men ugly names. It from Seattle, Washington, tbat William "Not that I know of, but 1 am taking w will take concessions on both sides and Jennings Bryan Is likely to be elected U. ,v : of lying during the campaign, but that no chalices." barnion-izer- s i the efforts of some mighty nice from tbat State by his admirS. Senator is likely only a temporary ailment from "Ah, from past experiences you nre to secure a solid aDd permanent un- ers. A reeidenco of a day is all that is which they will soon recover. Such atinclined to suspect" .v required to make blm a citizen of the I "Well, yes, I am, to bo renl frank m tacks as that of the News is not calcula- ion. I State. with yon," returned tho old gentleman. y to do the cause of democracy any ted California defeated an amendment Gov. Atkinson has rotired from the "Now, go ahead." more good than it does harm to the ti the constiution to grant suffrage to Senatorial struggle at Atlanta, but his "But I should think yon could end it . women by 15,000 majority, but the fact action did not break the dead-locThe nil by layiug a trap," suggested tho that So ,000 men recorded their votes in contest now seems to be between Clay, young men, ignoring tho request of tho : chairman of the The its favor shows that the sentiment in who received 77, and Howell, who got older to proceed. JJ State Central Committee of the "That's what I'vo done," was tho ftvor of letting women yote is growing 50 votes on the last ballot. The caucus National Democratic party, one Mr. Dav reply. "Now, goon." I adjourned from Friday till yesterday. vie, has called a meeting of that body at ull the time. .01 I "Ah, hervanw aro such" fcaTAll Form Products taken in exchange. A primary election for county officers Louisville next Thursday, when a letter "Servimtal Who said anything nl out Gov. Bradley will likely not c all the M1 will be sent to each of the county chair- L 'gislature together till after Christmas. has been called in Franklin with these servants?" roared tho old gentleman. men "instructing them to keep up and A good idea indeed, as it is likely that qualifications for voters: All known "Tho last fellow who eunio : ho perfect their local orgam'zition, that the the body would do nothing before the democrats and all persons who voted for ask mo for Mary weakened fill got half through ai.tl bolted, and I don't il who will support tlm National Democratic party has not holidays, which would interfere with the the Bryan electors, proposo to tnke any chances thin time. nominees of this primary election, sha its mission in the defeat of session, wait tm January, governor. Now, go ahead. " election. be permitted to vote in this Bryan, but must perpetuate itseif in orOf course, under tho Judge Tarvin eayH there in no ques- thero was little difficulty circniiistnncw,n der to uphold true democratic princiThat splendid newspaper property.the in reaching ples." Mr. Davie and his committee had Richmond Register, is offered for Bale. It tion of Stoll's ineligibility and that will conclusion that was satisfactory tembetter go a little slow if they want to do is hopml by its many patrons and admir- make the Legislature a tie in the extra ses- porarily, at lent. Chicago Post BY anything in this State. The 217,707 dem- ers that Clarence WoodB will buy it and sion, and the republicans can not elect a lie Kni-- Wlmt JI Wim About. ocrats who voted for Bryan do not pro- retain Robnrt Lee Davis as his assiatant. United States Senator. He says that Among tlw htorie.s told to the Blackburn's friends will continue tho pose to be dictated to by them and thtir credit of mich lawyers as liuvo no POLITIC A L POINTS. They will never allow Carlisle's little side show. fiht. scrupled against distorting and concealMcKinley's plurality in Ohio is 51,- - election. ing tho truth in order to shield ; All the returns have been received by 109. Chairman P. P. Johnson, of the whom they know or hnvo every iktsous reaeou the Secretary of State and from their committee, has to believe to ho guilty democratic State central ). Bryan's majority in Arkansna is tho following ia aho-v- , f ice it is figured that McKinley received and entitled to it good place: gino to theNew York horse D. Black, of 218,055 votes in Kentucky and Bryan Au attornoy had occasion to defend n AndFuneral Director. Bryan carried Kansas by a plurality has deaiguated Hon. James 217,797, giving the republican a plurality Barbourville, and Judge W. B. Smith, of man who was justly accused of counterof 11,974. feiting paper money, and ho manipu- Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, of 258, on his higlust elector. II h. W. Bryan carried Wyoming, according Richmoud, as bis representatives at tho Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. B. Smith, democrat, received morejvotea to by the State lated tho cuso with buch skill that ho canvass ol the State vote the latest returns. eeenred tho acquittal of tho prisoner. Square, Stanford, Ky. than the lowest republican e'ector, so if Room opposite Court-Hous- e canvassing board. In the late election Chicago cast the result remains as staled, there will be definitely understood tbat Col. When tho lawyer and his client wcro It is more votes than New York City. nlouo together uguiii, tho counterfeiter 12 republican electors to one democrat. Hon. P. H. Sullivan has announced Breckiuridge will protest against the overwhelmed tho lawyer with thanks. Tb6re are said to be enough frauds in bis candidacy for judge of Madison coun- counting of Owen county's suid ho, putting hia "And now" Bejl county alone to change the result to ty. the vote be thrown out by the election baud in his pocket. a'pjurality for Bryan, but it is useless to "And now," tho Inwyor took np tho Kansas democratic and Kentucky re- board it would result in the defeat of contest. If the court knows itself and publican Was there ever such a traver-Bi- ty Ron Rntlta and of Silver Democratic sentence, "I will have my foo, und I Dealers In "she evidently do," Kentucky will be put in politics ? Elector 8mith,Bays the Courier Journal. will tako it in hard currency, not in bills, if you pleasa" Youth's Comrepublican column no matter what in the The Tennessee Legislature on joint But you can bet your boots the election panion. is done to cbango the face of the re- ballot will stand: Democrats 83; repub- board wont dare throw it out. turns. licans 40, and populists 4. If Gov. Bradley should be elected There is much left in this world yet official returns give McKinley a United States 8enator at the extra ses that is promise and comfort to the KenThe The supreme court of Iowa has just passed on a delicate question. It is that plurality of 304,944 in Pennsylvania. In sion and if the lieutenant governor tucky colonels. A new process of mnn. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o should become sick or die, Senator Wil- ufacturintr bottles and flasks of durable when a woman claims damages for inju- Indiana his plurality is 18,621. paper instead of brittle claea bas been Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' A meeting of the democratic State liam Goebel would become governor of discover d ry to her limbs she must make an exRichmond Time of bis office as presFurnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. hibit to the court and jury to enable central and executive committees has Kentucky by virtue them to say how much she has been been called for November 24 at Lexing- ident pro tem. of the 8tate Senate. He would virtually be the lieutenant govdamaged. It seems that one MrB. Hall ton. Senator Pettigrew says he will fight ernor in the event of Bradley's election. fell into an excavation on a street in a Thirty choice thoroughbred Poland China lloi Courier Journal. certain town and injured one of her every section of a tariff bill that provides of all age, Gilts, bred Sowi and Hoars ready lor for a tariff on any article controlled by a of North Caroline, rervice, for sale at low prices Aoy kind of Grain Senator Butler, 1 limbs. She refused to give ocular taken in exchange. Come soon and get the belt. one of the freaks that polities eometimea 1'edigreet furnucedoo aoplicatlon. proof of the injury but the jury awarded trust. H. DISTKLI, Ottenheim, Ky. Editor T. O. Adams, who did yeoman throws to the surface, serves notice on her 12,250 any way on a claim for $4,000. The town appealed and tho case goes service for his party, wants the Rich- Bryan "that if ho desires to head the reand here's hoping he form forces of the people's party in tho back for trial, when Mrs. Hall will have mond I am just back from the markets. Owing to the depressed condimay get it. next fight, he must do so under some to Bhow up or shut up. As she is young TbeBtory that President Cleveland other name than tbat of democrat. Tbat tion of things generally I found the wholesale men Anxious to sell. DEALER IN- and pretty, the trial io going to draw like and Secretary Carlisle will establish a name hna become a reproach and a stem h I laid in my a sticking plaster. law partneisbip in New York early in among the people, and it will not be sup- GROOERIESf HARDWARE, Editor Chestnut, of the Corbin En- Much, next, is denied. ported any more, now or hereafter. In TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, O. H. Rodes. collector of this district, terprise, takes things easy. When he is the late election it again played tho at home be sends his paper outand when says he would not bold office under a re- peoplo falsely -g- rosaly and brutally falBe. GLASSWARE, &c. is not, it is not sent. So hia subscribers publican administration, but "nobody Wo are done with them now and forever, Cheaper than I have ever been able heretofore. They are coming can not most always sometimes tell when asked you, sir," sbo said. also with any man who expects to and in daily and I shall be glad at any time to show what I have. W. LaRue Thomas will not contest lead the people hereafter under any Good Goods to expect a paper. It Ib a pretty good at the Lowest Prices. See my stock b:fore buying. awangement for the editor, but the pa the election ol Congressman Pugb. He standard that may bear the name or trons, who pay for it, cm not depend on doesn't bellevein such things and is not have the smirch of the word democrat Be Sure to Give Him a Call. j tbat much in need of 12,000. on it." it for the news. INTKiORJOlKtiE ance that John Sherman It is stated Vice-Preside- nt PRICES! lst 9 9 -, sv r v IS 9 il h Styles & Values Ladies' CloaKs at $1.26, II! ft 0 0 r bo-cau- lU-c-n no-lo- re 1 i ffl llJ THE LOUISVILLE tri-U- o ST0RL. Is i v .' ? '"(' goId-Btanda- m 1 1 1 Courier-Journal- 1 k. ed ed 1 d ': Buy your Coal now before it 1 goes up, for the Winter. & 1 inhnto e 1 J. H. BAUCHMAN CO. 1 UNDERTAKING -- -- v j. a M'citJUErr Fractical Trimmer, Embalmor f 73,-63- 22,-43- -) vote.-8houl- d FARRIS & HARDIN, 1 Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. Poland Chinas For Sale. Prices to Suit The Times 1 NEW (GKOOB post-offic- e J. K. VanArsdale, -- Fall And Winter Stock H. J. McROBBRTS. rrr aA IH)lftjii.i'l"fc ' Ifrj " ' djjjinqj jg nl inmaiinit-ig-L- Wi nwmMPfcM n tTli.lMMitfi' V ijti imtmtmimM f - J iifi'mmiii mi niiiwitili ( Jambs Fish, who was shot at the time ARIT AND TRA DE ITEilS. Interior Jouii'iiL man, Stanford. Brooks killed Nevela at Crab Orchard, David B. has gone a mile to a wagon had to undergo an amputation of hia Dolls and doll heads of all kinds at arm, and is now doing reasonably well in 2:12 Stanford, Ky., Nov. 17, 1896 Craig & Hocker's. Joe Patchen has won i02,000 during mm SnooriNd. Sunday night Edmund his turf career. Nkw pipes, fine French briar and sweet Simpson knocked his wife down and J. E Lynn has a ateer E. C. Walton, Business Manager. cob at 5c up. W. B. Mcltoberta. her brother, John Baughman, interfered, which weigba 1,000. Our Auction is now J. K Lynn sold to Montie Fox a few StoiuC'Room adjoining FarnioiH Bank when Simpson shot at hltn. No arrests and nobody hurt. export cattle at lie. You should take your prescriptions to for rent after Jan. 1. W. P. Walton. PeuuyVdruHHtoro-wiier- o Maud S. will bo bred again in tho prompt and evening Stoiim Paiity. On Friday Don't fail to get a cake of Prlcle liny accurattiBurvico in Kunrnntotid. spring. She is now 22. Now is your time to get bargains in MlBsea Mary and Jennie Penco were sur Boap. It is splendid for thoomplexlon. Mr. H S. Withers sold to Woods A prised by a storm party of young folka Lynn PERSONAL POINTS. n lot of hogs at 3c. Samti.k Biddies, bridles, blankets Ac who enjoyed themielves hugely. The George Baker bought in Casey a Mus. James 1. Dailicy is visiting rein ut wholeefile prices at Hlggins & McKin-ne- young men were almost 10 to 1 to tbo labunch of fat heifers at 3c. Come and invest your money at your own price and watch for big Uvea in Lexington. 17 gentlemen and dies ns there were visJ. K. Huighman sold to Spalding A bargains. Mus. J. B. Owkns, of Llnniotta, Is HousbbihI lot on Lancaster street for eoven Indies. But any one of the ladiia Sims, of Marion, 32 sngar mulea at $01. iting rtitativt-- liure. rent. Apply to mo or W. A. Trlbble. wna capable of entertaining at least four -- Over 10,000 hog-days Miss Carrie Porter. ' were sold af the Mies Mahv 1'owKLLapcut several young gentlemen, saye our lniormmlt Louisville stock yards one day Inst week. with Mrs. Joe b'evermiei;. -- Coylo, Kennedy & Co., Richmond, County Juuok. The election of 'tbo Vicky fine weather haH provailed for Miib Makv Uhuck is visiting Miss Kr-t- io ' Partly cloudv Tuesday incumbent to Congreai will makoanelec have bought 5.000 turkeys at 5c a pound. nearly h week. Leu Vt'Hger at Untnillo. -- A. W. Oarponlersild 10 nice tion for county fudge necessary in this Mil. T. F. Hpimc went down to Hardlu warmer," is tint prediotinu now. county when the resignation is filed, yearlings to Briscoe ASandidge at n farm. county Sunday to look at Thk Caledonians, who iiHvnnllbrded which may not be before March, as a 3,c. Miw-KJk.nnik IUid and Kato Cook, of the public so much nmusemeut in the democrat will more than probably sucIn 1S91 there were 13 members of Ilustonvllle, visited relatives here Sun. just, expect n crowded house next Fri- ceed to tho oilice. There Hre four justices the 2:10 list, while now there are over day. day night, 20th. in the county and they are tied in polit- 200. Mil. Olay Ulain, of Grant county, is I have just procured the Sole Agency for the G. D. Corset and ical affiliations, aud atu not likely to Foil Sale. Good milk cow and Jerand other relavisiting Mr. J. A. main W. A Tiiiiiiilk, representing the Linsey with young calf. B. K. Wearen, Stan- Wonderful Chicago Waist and you are politely requested to call in tives. coln County Bulldjcg and Loan Associa- choose a man. It they do not, and examine the same. They run from No. 18 to 30 and come in 3, of suction 1,620 Statutea of Ken ford, Ky. Mas. Maby Cociiiuk, of IlRrrodsburg, tion, sold to W. M.Wright the Kngle-ma- n tucky provides that after the 10th ballot imW. Adams bought pf various par- three colors, white, drab and black. J. la with Mrs. J.O. McOlary, who is I have both the plain front and cottage on the Danvillo pike for and there being no election, the shorld ties a car load of hoes at 3c and shipped the nursing corset in proving. fSOO. the three colors and all the sizes. The most ohall cast tho deciding vote. As the them to Cincinnati Saturday. Mn. Tnoa. Dalton gave an opessum Thk auction at Mr. W. P. Tate's Btoro Bhuritr is a democrat, tho result must be Fifteen No. 1 cotton mulea for sale, striking characteristic of these goods is that you can insert or remove supper to a halt dozen of his friends Sat continues to draw to tbo full capacity of the election of a democrat, unless tho jus- 10 of them work mulea. They are fat steels or whalebones and thereby making it the stiffest of corsets or unlay night. the house and sttlefactory prices are be tices compromise on a man. and fine. S. H.8hanks, Stanford. the softest of waists. By a very simple device it is at once a nursing Missus Katik Sim'so.v and Florence ing realized. It is thought the stock will Since tho boovo was written "Deputy J. H. Baughman A Co. bought in and an ordinary corset. The straps across the shoulder can be either Harris, of Lancaster, aro visiting Mies be disposed of hy Thursday night. Judge W.L. Dawson tells ua he haB a lead Danviilo yesterday 1,000 bushels of wheat Annie Taylor. used or removed as the wearer desires. The steels or whalebones are pipe cinch rest ofMks. Maby W. Bowman and Mies VirBeautifully decorated and tilled with the jtiHiir-H- on the judgeship, thevote for at 80c. having pledged to John Engleman will take charge of inserted or removed by the most simple process, and does not necesginia Bowman, of Danville, are guests of happy faces, Walton's Opera Houso will him. Ho is a democrat and a good man H.8. Witberfl'farm Jon, 1, when that sitate the taking of a single stitch. A very ingenuous hole is worth. Mrs. Foreatiis Held. present n picture worth seeing next Fri gentleman will remove with his family ed on the inside of the corset Miss Floiiknck Lackkv, of Paint Lick, day night, while the excellent program, at the top, which would never be deNi.fi no Shot. Lewis Lynn, a Negro to town. wlio has been visiting Mies Lillie will make all feel tjiat it One music, etc., unless your attention was called to it. school tax collector, shot Tom Howard, A atray heifer came to my house two tected returned homo yesterday. " is good to be there. Sunday months ago. Owner can get her by From point of comfort, style and durability this G. D. Corset surof the May wood section, twice Mk, J. H. BitmiiTifl down with somemortally wounding him. proving property and paying expenBea. passes all others and yet the price is only $1. Try this goods just Thk iittle babe born on a Cincinnati afternoon, thing likn pneumonia. His danghter, Southern train ns it was Hying through Howard wouldn't pay his tax because he Joe Williman, Jumbo. once. It will please you, it will pay you. Mrs, II. C, Mills, is also quite dick. R. 8. Phelps sold hut week (o RichKings Mountain tunnel, was by u unan said de didn't have the money, bo Lynn Mks. Jok Coitky nud Mies Maggie imous votu of the passengers named Ma- levied on one of his hogs and drove it to mond and Madison county parties 150 Lewis came down from Livingston Friry McKinley. The mother is a Swede a neighbor's. The animal waa returned bushels of clover Beed at from 54 to $4.25 day and spi nt several days with 'friends. to Howard and Sunday when the men per bushel. Midway Clipper. and agreed to the name. Mks. Lou Shanks and Mrs. W. C. eSSSGXI)5)S03 S met, as we are told, Lynn said he was Jere Caldwell, of Boyle, has recently The trial of the suit of the administra- going to Howard's house Monday and bought 3,000 barrels of corn at from 75c. Shanks lift last nlgtit (or Shelby county to visit the family of Mr. James U. Pick- tor of J. 0 sley Kvans, deceased, of Dan- either cet the hog or him. "You'll get to 1, shucked, and in the field, at the ville, against the Southern IUilway Com- me then," was the response, when Lynn latter price, the fodder has Bccauco ett. been thrown Mus Maooik Biiyan and pretty daugh pany, to recover i!$0,000 damages for tbo drew a piBtol and saying "I'll get you ic. "Wo Do Wot ter, Mien Mnmle, who have been vUltli g killing ol Kvans, lias been continued un- now," fired. Howard, who waa unarmJ. II. Otter sold to Mrs. Jones, of select some few articles and Mrs. J. P. Bailey, returned to Jessamine til tbo February term of the Woodford ed, caught up a rock, when Lynn fired Texas, 120 acres of his farm near Dantell how low we sell them, don't think court. Friday. again. Ono shot went into the shoulder ville yasterday at $120. This include th?t our goods are high priced. Mhs. Uoiikiit Ciiaitkll and Mre. W. Mr. and lodged in the neck and the other en- the improvements. It is sent out from Danville that Our competitors know that, quality F. Butclier. nho have been with their Tho Winchester Democrat Baya that John W. Yerkes want to be collector of tered the side and ranging downward, considered, we sell goods cheaper than reparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams, d catthis district. If it is true that settles it. struck the backbone, producing paraly- Moses Kahn bought 35 others that's what bothers them; but turned to Lebanon Junction Saturday. Mr. Yerken will succeed Mr. Bodes, but sis of tho lower part of the body and tle at 4 20 and a car load of 1,500 pound it's your advantage. A Wabiiinciton dlBpatch Bays tint Col. we should think Mr. Yerkes ought to legs. Dr. 0'B.innon cut the ball outof do. at4L Same paper reports a number Our store was designed and arranged Sam M. Burdette, msnaecr of the Ohlcft-a- o have a better place than that. He ccr hia neck, but could do nothing with the of sales of hoga at 3c. to do business with small expense, yet Capital and this tainly deserves it. Lynn wni lodged in jail Sunday Chronicle, la at the other. Monte Fox bought of J. F. Huguely, it is the most commodious and carries night. Howard will die. W. T. Robinson, N. I Boster and others winter will have charge of the WashingPenny's Drug Store. largest stock. Kykiiywukiik. Tiiu Mt, Vernon Sigin Boyle 250 export ton bureau of that paper. The trial of the suit for JL'0,000 against waa hero yesterday cattle at 4 to 41c. He Wk are glad to observe in the Liberty nal saye: In our recent travels in the loading 15 cars of the L. A N. by W. H. Wearon, adminisstock bought in this vicinity. Tribune that our old friend and corres interest of this paper we have failed to trator of B. F. Scott, who was killed repondent, Kastham Trmnt, la Mill in the find a place where the Intkiuoh Journal The J. S Owsley, Sr cattle, recent&BM&& cently between Stanford and Rowland We had not heard from him for is not in evidence. It is everywhere. In Mesh. ly bought by Montie Fox were weighed by the coach striking a cow and oversolont? that we had mourned him as fact it is too good a paper to do without up to up yesterday and averaged 1,477, those of and the people will ha re it, as well as the turning as it was being hacked F. Reid 1,525 and of Gil Cowen and G. P. dead. town, lasted from Thursday till Saturday Bright 1,42,'. They were bought at 4 Thk Advocate stijrgeBts Mr. T. L. Lil- Signal. and it was after Bun down when the jury :v cento with the oxcerition of Reid'a at 41. ian), of Boyle, for secretary of the Navy A Mix km Litthh. Last week a sow be- reported that it could not ngreo. It is McKinley'a cabinet. A splendid in Mr. Montie Fox tolla us that ho has longing to "Deputy Judgn" V. L. Daw- understood that eeven were for damages selection and we heartily second the a litter of seven pigs and five against. Mr. Scott waa in the bought 8inco July in this and adjacent son showed up with nomination, though e think that secreIt turned out, however, that she had employ of the company and the only counties 2,500 export cattle at3Jto4J tary of war would unit him better. eight, for next day the judgu found an question in the case aeemed to be wheth- anil thnt the average per head wni SCO, P. M. McKciiKhTH, lvi , denies that he other pig huddled in n filter of pupn and er or not it was negligence in the road making $150,000 that he has handed out is hii applicant for coHr ctor or any other all hard at work drawing subtetiauce in running the train backwards, the em- to our farmers in a llttlo over three Come in and see the beautilul line I show. Evoilice and (jays he Is practicing law now x from the mother of the pups. ployes testifying that at thu rate of speed months. ery piece of Carpet and Matting will go at remand doing very well, thank you. He At tho sale of O. M. Spoouamora'a it was running it was just as Bafe. As gives it as his opinion that John W. Next Friday from 2 to 11:30 i M. the tho train Ihjs at Rowland, it had to property hy Assignee H. Helm, Satnant prices. Come posted and see what a surYerkea will bo collector and Speed Smith third monthly exercife-- of tho public urday, W. E. A"mon bought the tracts prise awaits you. back one way or the othen Col. Welch k:!io(jI will ho held in Mr Grnbbs' room. made poeMnaster nt Richmond. Mrs. C. M. and Harvey Helm represented tho plain- ol 42 Bnd 33 acres nt$27.S5 riionui Hho was apparently well when T;oy will consist of speeches, composi- tiff. Spoonamore bought the tract of 45 acres shoarrivved, Mlra Mairgie Iewis was tions, and select readiuus. Mr. Gruhbs Judge Sun liny wftt much surprised as at $27.50 and J. T. Dudderar bought 85 taken eick Friday night at Mr. W. 11. extends an invitation to all, especially well hs gratified when the potit jurors aires at flSoO. Undertaker and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Window and stu- presented HlggiiiB' and has fliucfc developed a case tho trusteeH, patrons, friend ThelBurgin Elevator Co, the past Shades, Picture Frames, &c. Stanford, Ky. him the following through of pneumonia. Siio was worse yeaterdf y, dents from the Hill and College. Judge Wright nt tho close of the term. few weeks has sold 15,000 bushels of her temperature having uone for above Ho returned his thnnks inn neat little wheat at 70 cents. Sam Forsytbe sold to Wiikn thu Caledonians give fiea the normal. Her Bister, Miss Georgia speech for the token of appreciation of Joe Embry for export, 4S cattle that avpeople climb on top of each Lewis, is with her. his services as well as tor the feeling eraged 1,415 pounds at 4c , saya the Louisville Times contain- to get there. Friday night they will Satuhday'h Democrat, which also reports charge a small admission, tho proceeds to which prompted it: ed a good picture of Miss Minnie Lee The undersigned jurymen of the Lin- Biles of feeding caltlo at 3 and hogs at iro to the charity bed at the Joseph Price Myers, of Crnb Orchard, who will beInfirmary. We shall see how much tlie coln circuit court, at ita October teim 3c. come Mrs. A. H. Hlsey at St. LouiB toIs the certainty of fulfillment George W, Welch's pacing filly Eye-le- t, patrons really appreciate thu efibrta of 1S9, deairious of porpetuating our opinday. The paper saye: Miss Myers lived by Gambetta Wilkes, dam Eye See, of each and every one of them. When you'leave ion of tho administration of justica in entertainers by thu way they put up. here some yenrs ago and has n host of tho said court, by the houorable judge there- by Nutwood, and the chestnut filly E'2 your watch with me for repairs it is suffkientguaran- a Btunning girl with a friends. She is To You. Pay your tax before tho pen- of, M. O. Sauil ay, do now resolve, that in eanor, by Strathmore, dam Beauty, bj tee that you will have an accurate and reliable'time-piece- . handcome face and figure. Mr. Hisey alty is added. I or one of my deputies our opinion, after careful observation, Griffin's Blue Bull, sbaro equally the is a real estate dealer. will be at Mt. Salom on Wednesday, Nov. justice ia administered with strictness and honor of tho championship for pacing fillies (or the year 1S9G. Did it ever otfeur to you that more Watches are IS; at Millegevllle, Friday, Nov. 20; at impartiality to the high and low, rich CITY AND VICINITY. Wednes- aud poor, alike Business ia dispatched their records being 2:11, and they are Hustonville, Saturday. Nov. 21; ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? Black Cake Iugmlienta at Warren it day, 25 and' Friday, 27, and at Crab Or- with tbo utmost rapidity by the judge, second to Mies Rita, 2:09, (or the world's We have gained the reputation for miles around for Shanks. chard every Saturday; Moreland, Mon- and that hia fitness and qualification for record. Stock Farm. best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince hia said office are unexcelled by those of you. Niw stock of Chamoiee. Craig A day, Nov. 30th. If your tax is not any judge wo have ever known. That NEW ADYKHTISEMENTX. paid before Dec. 1, it will be adverHocker. justice in said court ia administered tised. T. D. Newland, sheriff. speedily and without Bale, denial or delay Nxw Fall goods at Mrs. Kato Dudder- Old Coins. Mr. T. O. Dodds has a rare by said court. We ask that these resoar'a this week. collection of old coins, which includes lutions be spread at large upon the rePaints, oils, Ac, cheaper than eyer at the money of almost overy nationality cords of the court. James H. Taylor, J. Of LAND, STOCK & CROP. " Oralg A Hocker's. is a Spanish dollar Bright, W.O. Watte, Wm. Beck, L. B. Iwtlloflerat public auction to the higbett and The oldest in tho lot bet bidder on way down in prices at made in 1307, the next oldest was made Adams, J. B. Green, J. M. White, M. S. Pukbcrhtions in 1707. He has a gonuine widow's mite Peyton, John Dinwiddle, G. A. Lackeyi Craig & Hocker's. for which he has refused a nice sum, but J. W. Bailey, O. F. Eppereon, J. B. My The following described property: rUi.itnoNiAN Charity Entertainment from which ho doea not care to part. For ers, 11. i loung, uonn o. uieosoe, Aiex oveuinc, 20th. t, Three Brood Marei, a Hone, two Bdveral yeara he kept a relic store at next Friday Holtzclaw, J. M. Mclioberts, G. B. Heifer, 14 Shoati, 1 pair Milk Cowi, i Wis., and when he closed out ho R. T. Mattingly, Val Fagaly, J. K. of Mules, lot of Corn in the crib, 4 acres ol TobacCurrants, Niw Kaistus, Figs, Prunes, Impletenti, kept tho most valuable of them, which Hales, J. II. Raines, S. J. Embry and J. co, FarmingFarm M milesAc. cf Hustonville, West Also my Cabbage and Kraut Bt Warren A Shanks'. heoxpecta to mako a fortune out of. convenient to churches and schools, containing E. Wright. FIFTY ACRES of fine IllucFra s Land. Has 1 The court allowed Jailer G. W. everlasting spring of water, a good dwellings MclNTOBHKa at reduced prices. A good Are the Only Cash Men in Stanford on rooms, good tenant house new barn, cow house, & HarDispatches telling of the rovival of JOS for waiting on tho court, furone for a little money. Farris buggy house, smoke house, well house, flower pit business Bince McKlniey's election are nishing fires, Ac, and Sheriff T. D. New- and everything necessary for a pleasant home, din. including fine apple orchard and small fruits. in many instances downright fabrica- land $34 also for waiting on the court. This little Hlue Grass Farm will be sold without line of QueenBware at low tions and in others absurd. In evidence Klkoant The trustee of the jury fund, Mr. G. limit or reserve. Farm, half caih, balance in one Terms of Sale: A Har-diprices to reduce stock. Farria of the latter, wo have only to Btato that L. Penny, telld ub that tho juries cost and two yeas at 6 per cent. Sums ot $10 and un der, cash, over Jio, three months' credit without , it won telegraphed from Lancaster that S04 during the term. interest. For as apples,. owing to a return of prosperity a firm The property of the Kings Mountain Frye, further information see Dr. Alcorn or Jas. Thy ua on dried fruit euch IIu tonvllle. Possession will be given at Hiegina & McKln- - over there bad bought a few hundred Canning Go. was ordered to be Bold Dec. once. R. n. EDRINUl'ON. prunes, peachi'B, Ac. turkeys and will butclier them for the 22d (or tho benefit of ita creditora. ney. Allowances of $75 were made, for 32 Eistern markets, when that or some othfil to Bee bur new nam uur. er firm has been doing tbo aamo thing pauper idiots and lunatica in the counON IMPROVED FARMS bonnetfl before you buy. Mrs. Kate there (or aoveral seasons. That we will ty. Charley Adams, who In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., itmi. antimes since the people have Only one man, have better nual interest: no commission charged. Address ceased to agitate and gone to work, there stole a hog from W. P. Grimes, got a OKO. W. iAW. Room 17, Kenyon Building, line" and bring your , "Fall in would have been the peoltentiary sentence.' He goea up for Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur. ry ther Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, Atto Craig A Hocker, lowest prjee ia no doubt, but it us and be Convinced What Cash Will Do. torney, Stanford, Ky. 1 one year. Bame had Bryan been elected. in town. house ConN wanted, M.S. A J. W. Baugh- - 2l AUCTION. - m m m IIT PTJLL BLAST W. P. TATE, - I y. Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing. m i Stanford. 850-pou- s CORSET LETTER sub-sectio- n m - m - Mc-Clar- y, W. H. SHANKS. 1,425-poun- )S3S0 Rugs, Carpets, Matting's, Oil Cloths. t ,1 W. W. WITHERS, entet-tainmen- ls Har-rodsbu- rg Back of IVfy Promises three-year-o- ld THOMAS DALTON. PUBLIC SALE Tuesday, Nov. 17, '96, Bar-net- - -- m Hiqgins McKinney ASTD Da-Bor- d - - - n. Groceries, .' Hardware, Stoves, &e. 4 tWt MONEY To LOAN Dud-dera- Attractive Prices on Queensware. 's V. MORE NEWS NOTES. fcffl-WEEKLl ttrERIORJODRNB. There nre 475 cotton mills In the South. Friday James BvParker, 00 years old, was Pobllabod Every Tuesday and burned to death at Lexington. John K. Gentry carries but 17 ounc00 PSU Y3CAK Bf A VABTOa rWhen not cpJ 82.60 will be charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 p. m., returnin?at 4'PP- - m't Rnd 9.P- - es of Iron on all tour feet. The Central Glosa Co., of Wheeling, W. Va., has reduced wages 20 per cent. L.&N. Mo. LOCAL TIME CARD. 11 Albert Datnerou wbb shot and killed uenr Inez by hia brother John kozee. Threo masked netzroes murdered in cold blood Louis Metzner in his store in Sometimes it to emi to weary woman that the must certainly ghe up. The simplest and easiest work becomes an almost Insurmountable tisk. Nervousness, sleeplessness and pain harass be" and life seem hardly worth the living. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription was made lor her. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DiScoery was made Tor her The former is for Ills distinctly feminine, the other lor her general ivstcm Together they supply a scientific and successful course of treat ment. The favorite Prescription restores healthy, regular action of the organs distinctly feminine. It forces ou all impurities, strengthens the tissues, allays inflammation. The Golden Medical Discovery makes appetite, helps indigestion, promotes assimilation, fills out the hollows in the cheek and neck with good, solid tlesh and Lriags back the glads me glow ot girlhood. Sendaicinu stamps to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y , and receive Dr. Picrce'a 100S page Common Sense Medieal Adviser, Illustrated. DB, W. B. PEMTST'Sr. The old reliable Singer Sewing Machine M...11.. .. .11 nit. .mi Kenalra call at the Singer Sewing Machine Cp.'a 1 Odiee Stanlord, Ky. J W. errln, Opposite Jt Agent. Pftn hi IK l..i. FOE SAM. n.ttr.M.. Citl.iiliM llAmn PAnl.tnltlP Ttfl Acre of Land, For Pale. Has on it a good, Dwrlllnir of 811 Roitns. and all netessary n..tl.il(l.l.nHa ft... wa.H kvilr.nt a.l.l nni. fnP tt., terlng stock, also a splendid, never falling wH. rur luiiucr pariicumi aiyiT i lAS. I 1IAII.EV. . Htanfotd, Ky. N H35 com-letta- ble Post-OlUc- Bf?jivr Dentist, Office Hotioo- - -- Farmer s. nr ' : Stanford, : Ky. on'Lancaster Street, at Residence. , ,. .. H.I.I...I ... will lake vour w ... . Loin ann Price in Exchange ior Coal. Ottieiis ol Stanfora Hay at Cost if y"i we will sell you Corn aud our Coal Customers. Hook your otdcis ror Loai. tOV. Sl.nfnnl.. Kv. ximim . ....-- , ft.V.'M Mis3 Bottle V. Logan, Hustonvillo, Ky., Desires to announce to her old cutomer and friends that her Drosa Making Parkirs are niw open lor VKttots and invites any desirug her scr 41 vices to csil cany anu secure uaioi. 1 THE IIUSTLINO INSURANCE MAN, strength. 313am 12 04 pa' Henderson. South " 03 pm " Wo. 13, Charles Allen, a Negro rape fiend, was lynched near McKenzle, Tenn., SatQUEEN & CRESCENT. urday night. Trains past Junction City ai lollows: The Ferris wheel went into the p ra No. North ...3 4P C7 Ho. 1 South ...r.oopm " 1200 am ' 4 j hands of a receiver. It has made no mon-e- y ...3.15 am 1135 am " 6 " j " ...6 00 a m 8 33 p m " 10 since the fair. f run no Nots. Nos. 4 and 5 and 0 and 10stop there.fur Thomas Comings, of near Ghent, City. All trains er than Junction quarreled with his father and went out and hung himself. Henry Biankenship, who claimed to 120 years old, died at Fairviow, this State, a few days ago. of Dnquion, ill., An The paid $1,500 for two gold bricks. suckers are not all dead yet. Twobrakemen were killed within an hoar by the same train on the Illinois Central railroad the other day. Free turnpike raiders in Franklin county blew up a toll gate with dyna-mitand burned what was left. Fire caused by sky rockets destroyed the best portion of Independence, the county seat of Kenton. Loss f 30,000. Fagin, the man who throw a lighted cigar into Secretary Carlisle's face at Cov ington recently, was fined 520 and costs. Absolutely Puro.l is .Tonn " A cream of tartar baking pow- nephew ofWorthington, whoaaya heeeria Gov. Worthington, was der. Highest of all in leavening ously hurt while stealing a ride on the Ko.sS. K8. tj, 1 11 11 ai, Train going North ' " " - 37pm M. W. JOH1TSOIT, Is Agent for The NOTICE ! H..nl.-M.t.hlt. W Adams his Cortl Plant and good will at Rowland, Ky .1 will continue the W. T. SAUN UKKS Coal lluslness at aaid place will have charge 01 lias ne is wen anown in i..i end olthecoi.nl,. COINS. j. nr hog cholera is from the wettlcs-tieconstitutions of inbred pigs While it is better to keep the breeds pure and avoid crossing, if we want to maintain a uniformity in our pigs, we must look well to fresh blood in getting a new boar each season. Much of our Jliitiml Liic Insurance Co And The 1 ., TBJEES I TUSSJS 1 1 in Aotna Accidont Insurance Company. ' J. T. JOITSS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky Sole proprietor Dean's Itlsck Diamond Rool Paint. Kstimates furnished for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction yuarantced. All roots painted with Dean's Black Diamond Paint guaranteed lor years. Deslirs in best Cia. tern Pumps and Galvaniied Iron Filters, Oalvau. liM and Ulack Iron Roofing uf all kinds, si tt FALL, 1896. Trees, Kull stock oi Krult and Ornamenta' Grape Vines, Small rrults, Asparagus, and every We for the Orchard. Lawn and Harden thluir employ no Agents. Try us on pifos to see the difference buween those of a grower and dealer Catalogue 00 application u fij.im i?tl 14. U Best and Man Favorable Terms ot Insurance pOYAl Those who have used Dr. Kine's New Dlscov & cry know its value and those who have not. have now the onnortunltr to trv it free. Call on tho ad vertised drugcit and get atiial battle irce. Send your name to It K. Uuck'cn .V Co , Chicago, and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as Near Railroad Crossing, Kast of Depot, well as a cony or Guide to Health ami iiousenom Instructor Tree. All nf which is guaranteed to do STANFORD, KV. you good and cost you nothiug at W. 11. Good, Clean, Cheap Corn and Hay taken drug store. Ail Froo NOEL DEALERS In exchange. SOIT, IN COAL, U.K. IIU.LKNMKVl.H, Leiinirlon, Ky. ts' Two Farms For Sale. Farm No. I contains jl acres In Washington county, Ky , the greater part of which Is in grass) well watered; witn good improvements, Imlud uiir new metal roof tobacco turn fjr 10 acre crop. This farm is situated 111 what is nionounced the best district In Kentucky for Whit Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable residenco house. Kirm No. 1 contains 100 acres In same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco bains. One of the best improved (aims in the county. Roth farm are In fine state of preservation, well watered ond fcticnl. Clot to R, it. depot, schools, market and on a An turnpike. ljES lor Information apply to N. SAUNDERS, J. Stanford, Ky. to Come and see us. w., send your address to is. a. nucmcn Chicago, and get a tree sample box of Dr. King s vn 41 ew LUC jwu A irlsW win v.uim t III, merits. These pills are easy in action and are and sick headache. For malaria and liver tioub They are les they have been proved Invaluadle. guaranteed to bepirfeetly fre from eery delete ana to De purely vrroaiie. 1 ncy rious substance do not weaken by their action, but by inving tone system. 11. Froo Pills. HOUSE St. Asaph Carriage Co., THE y. B.RILEYProprlotor, RIIiBY, Stanford, S6T Ky. - London. - - Kontucky. e Regular site 35c Mclloberts, druggist. POWDER GARLAND SINGLETON artcartd than ever to accotnmodeta the public We want to give then, who owe us fair warning Oood Uvrry attached and every convenience dt per box. Sold by W. call. that we shall give them two weeks more to settle UMd. Give rRANK R1Ltv, up with us, and if they do not come up in that time, we shall put their scco'ints in the hands of A-- GREEK. MKRSHON anonicer. A. G. I.anham Castleman. FAIR WARNING. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bottei .. John II. Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Residence House in Stanlord, with on same tot, tor sale. The lot contains H acre, and can be easily divided, putting storehouse and residence ou separate lots. At reason, able price and rn easy terms. Apply to . N. SAL'NDKRS, Slantord, Ky. J)tf store-houie NEW MILLINERY. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. The latent things In la.l and Winter M illlnei y now In sti.k and the ladies of Manfoid and vlciui tv are Invited tocall in and rt the latest styles Hiii laibo hat arrived and It ready to wait on her old cuttutntrt and as m.iiy new ones at will come. M1S I.ICCIE 1IEAI.V.V. Manlord, Ky tJ Latest United StatesGov-eminen- t C. & O. Report. The first horseless mail wagon to be ROYAL BAKING POWDERICO. UBed in the United States will be put in to service on the streets of iNew lork New York. J. F. Is a candidate for, HOL.DAM A goed Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject 10 the action of the democratic party. SAMUEL 2I. OWENS Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, this week. Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. Toe court of appeals affirms the judg ject to the action of the democratic party. ment ot the Bracken circuit court which sentenced Robert" Laughlin, the brutal JIcCORMACK murderer, to death. of Lincoln County, Is a candidate County Treasurer Burrus, who. along subject to the for Assessor democratic party action of the with Vice President Stevenson and oth Your support is earnestly solicited. erp, was on a speaker's stand when it M. F. fell, at Burlington, la , ditd of his injur J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o tho people ol West La- ;eln and Casey Counties, lull stock of Conies sod Caskets alnays 00 hand. I). 8. Carpenter, Manager. 55 BSRBEES CISTLEMSH. MANAGERS, nsroTiaiE 1 i EM3IETT Oommerco tBaildiug, .Louisville. Aksiiis Throughout the South. VT. A. TBIBBI4K, LOCAL AGENT, what tney waul al my stole nrar Cedar Crr cl, en the pike liMilUg frm Crab Uuhtrd to Manlord sno keep alwatt w haad a govtl supply of plank tor IcHdng. Ail VihJi (t lumber lor bmldiug pur posts, tWt boarls ami thlnglet All prrvms desiring any article l tail, kisid can call oa me al ' my store near Cedar Creek. G. W SINGLKTON. jslf June it,)) All persons desiring Locust Pests for p.ank fenca posr and railing or wuc frnre, can had ELKIN i Money These Times On Our Line of JTtf The news comes from Washington that there is absolutely nothing in the EMBRY Bfnaational stories of preparations for ! war between the United States and Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. City, - Kontuckv. subject to the action ct the democratic party, and Spain. suuport. earnestly asks your EZ Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Driven stark mad by the perfidy of a worknan of Reasonable Kate. A portion of your patronage is his wife. John Fook.a farmer Hying at C. G. iS Am. respectfully solicited. Tr?flon, Wash., applied the torch to bis Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject to 14 YE AUS the bouse. His youngest child was burned action of the democratic party. Thinking slice Southern end of tho couuly is entitled to a alive. of the pie he asks jour support. . Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f fatalTwo men were killed, ono was Water Pipes, Porly injured nudBeveral others were hurt and will I still agent MORELAND keepama supply of allfar Fallsof ItranchsoCoal gtt such you Coal, kinds celain Bath Tubs 30 pouuda of dynaby the explosion oi for Cash. Lincoln, subject to as tu want at the lowest pslble price oppue Is candidate for Assessor lice. Mill at. ana Kauroaa crossing, mite In tho office of E. N. Smith & Co., theaaction of tho democratic of party, lie kindly Asteclalty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO 1. II. IliUGINS Roller Mills. asks your support NONE. Gilt edge reference In ami out atNineara Falls. SlanUrd, Ky, 37 ol the State. Ask your Danville The American Manufacturer says friends about my weik. s I can SAM W. that reports of coming revival in TJTTM7G I will take all the hides leather Kl on nilJIlO. forcashorln trarfetor are creatly exaggerated in many in- - Is a Caididate foi Sheriff pf Lincoln County, sub- court data at Stanlord or at my home in T. F. CLARKE. Chas. Ennvlin, Tanccr though there is undeniably a bet ject to the action of the democratic paay. Btanceo Danville, Ky. ter condition of things. The Gloucester halibut schooner .WE WILL. Cordova, Captain McNeill, is ashore at Trepassy, with a catch of b',000 pounds of halibut aboard. The crew is safe, but the snip and cargo are a total loss. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Richard V. D. Wood, aesistant cashier for the asaignee of a New "lork bank. He is missing and his defalcations WILL CURE are paid to aggregate $150,000. Of Goods at cost until the During the paEt year 313,207 immi Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Tailor-Mad- e grants arrived in this country. UI these Sores, Boils. Pustules, were landed aud 2,799 were sent Eczema, Tetter, b tck home at tho expense of the steam and all diseases of the blood and ship lines by which they camo. Is disposed of. t&- - Makes You Well. Carl Bucholtz, of Richmond. Va., made two attempts at suicide at the CapIndigestion, constipation and dysital University of Ohio because he could pepsia, kidney aud liver disease not keep up with his class. He says he yield to its curative powers and will try again lo destroy himself. when cured it William W. Bruce, the wealthiest re t&-- Keeps You Well. Lexington, and brother of Col. sident of Sold in Lincoln county by S. D. Bruce, of the Turf, Fied acd Farm, died Sunday of acute bronchitis. He W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. "Bl 11 StJh leaves an eBtate valued ot $300,000 " Penny's Drugstore, ' ' An L. & N. faU train to New Orlea: a Mocker, Craig & Montgomery by train was wrecked ntar - a.lfcj W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. flki robbers, whos.pu.led tho spikes from a ejs'i'upij " F. B. Twidwell, rail. A number of pereons were hurt, Hammond, Hubble. J. A. but nono killed and no booty secured by Tanner Bros., McKinncy. the fiends. is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed J. F. Alstott, Powers. The Clark county fiecal court cut the With Steel Beam , and Stubble. Beazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. attorney's salary from S00 to 5000 a year M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. and fixed the py of physicians for pauYours for Health, per practice at 503 inside the city and at And the like, and you should see my stock andggct my prices 50c for each mile for those who live outJamks T. Cooke, before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. side the city. Harrodsburg, Ky. Secretary Moiton's annual report To buy at when you see the goods will show that he has saved and turned San Francisco.' we offer at $$, S7.50, $S and S10. back Into the treasury about 20 per cent Portland .To th of tho appropriation for the agricultural Overcoats, Storm and Dress department during his term of office, or Hats, Shoes, Shirts and nobbiest about $2,000,000 in nil. Via 1 he A foot ball game between Vander-bil- t Neckwear in the State. and the Universt'y of Nashville, at that city, ended In a fight in which the spiCtJtors took part aud a general row Is Receiving his eusued thqt broke up tho game. Many r . "Uojjisyii i.r HiwAiBAiTa Chicago ht a- Oivg a?S( were eeverely hurt. As many failures are reported as evOntyiDining Car Route Krcm er. At Galveston, Texas, J. Rosenfield J. L. Frohman & Co., - Danville. &X)o, wholesale uctions and dry goods, Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. ami Marx & Blunt, Wholesale boots and All Goods shoer-- , failed. The latter involves about HERD OK THE $500,000, and the former perhaps 1150,-00- 0. Pullman Vestlbuled ies. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of tho democratic party. SHELBY & SHELBY, Stanford, Kkstcckv. M.S. ItAVOHMarr J. W, lUlullMAS. JOE T. Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, First-Cla- ss frl.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiiToHs M 'JSmW Junction Superior Plumbing 11 " BAKER COAL I LIVEKV. FEED V-- J5ALE STAISLE, - - Kontucky. EXPERIENCE Stanford, II yeu Drst-da- r rn ' s ncJ fir rales. Inour livery give us a call. Nethiag out ttaUt. See u. tutneuia ill leave er WILLIAM BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prlres. fiai. ! liy.irl. work rtc tbuer anj lat.sfact ry butl-nee- Just iniTime to Save MENEFEE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Otten-hel- KY. Gontinoe Oar Sale Sarsaparilla ENTIRE STOCK W. Cooke's Capital Stock. Surplus 8100,000 23.700 310,-lG- Clothing Guarantee H. WEARBN & CO. lT "We A Fit And Prices That You Will Not Hesitate .- WJm THE CIBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, Attention of the public is invited to the far that this ts thu only National Hank In StanforJ Under the provisions of the National II. nk are secured not only by the capital itock, but by the stockholders liability tor a amount equal to the stuck, so that d.poslZcrs ot uoe. this Institution ar. secured by a f usd of five aworn statements of thecoaditiou nf Ine bank guvsra are wade each ycaito the United Slates ment and lis assets are eaaiuined at staled tlmtt ay government ageats, thus securing addituos ind perfect safely to depositors. This iiiPtitutiou, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in ittA. then reiirgaa tied as the National Bank ol Stanford la iMj and again reorganised at the Hint ISaHunal Bank ot Stanlord in liSj, has hid plastically an uninterrupted nxittcucootia ytart. lilt U'tler supplied now with lacili ties for transacting buiiuestviompt ly and liberally than ever before iu ita long aad honorable career. Accouata of corporations, Crms and Individuals respectfully toileted. The Directory el this Bank is competed ol Forcstus lteid, Lincoln county; S.T. Hems, Lincoln; J. II. Collioi, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Uaughman.l Lincola; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Llmerc, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKlur.ey; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky J. 8. Hocker, President; J oo. ). McRoberts, Cashlar; A. A. McKinney, Assl. Cashier $, i nan-ci.n- et, Farmers Bank&Trnst OF STANFORD, Go WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS Isnowfullyorganiied and ready KY., for business vritk B. K. WEAREN. Paid up OUpitai of Surplus, . $200,000. 21,000, iUCCKSSOU toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, H. 0. BUPLEY, THE HKRgHiNT TAILORS -- NdDBTMWEST The Globe, KAftKEB HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, iSilIWfl XOTJIS"SrXLiX.lS Elegant Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address O. P. Agent, Chicago. ) or,' (. acd under tho same management. chaiter, depositors are at fully proioctud as am depositors m National Uanks, its shareholders being held individually Uaole to the extent ot the amount of their ate it ihereiu at the par valuu Uierool, iu addition to the imount invested in auch shares. It may act as caecutor, ndnunutrator, trustee, Ac, as fuliy ai an individual. To those who entrusted their bulnr.eis to us thile innagint; the Lincoln National Uaak o Stanlord, we we here tendcrour many Ibanli and nuit they will continue to transact their bus.cca. with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' eapcriei.ee l. banking andas liberal accommodations as am ro sistent with sound bank. rig. By provisions of its 1 Now elating up) with the samt assets s, j BLUF-GUA- SS TO CHICAGO. r k.h. bacon A D. P. , Louisville Be sure tn call for Mocon Ro ite. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S, H. Shanks, fc'Unfoxd; J. S.lUwslcy, btanlord; J. OtHICTOMt: BucitUn'B Arnica Salve My lireeders were selected from tne best herds several dllfirent of swiue world The best salve in the fairA for cuts, bruhess of this famcus breed lot oj pigsin of dillnrent agf . . ..I.... nl. .ti.nin Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Div. Iflr.t .tt iir States. 1. A splendid . a .n inltv. Satisfaction u.. .Au. peu hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addicsr Itpjatodeled and refurnishou throughout. Large 3t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is X E5S m VSV, . luaranieea 10 give pcucci lausiacuou or money lii'l Commodious Sample Koomi. cents per lUUs and office connected by Electric rolls, refunded price 25druggist. box. For sale by Ky, Crab Orchard, V. 11. McKobvrt 47 frornpt aud polite service to guests. 1 Somerset, - - Kentucky. SffS1 BED HOGS. II KIIMAI till. S.J. hmbry, Stanford; J. V. Owsley, bianfori; J. F Crab, Stanford; I FRANKM. RE1D.) Willlatn:Goox:hSlanlord ; A. W.;Carpenter,lMilledgvilU, cS2rSKHS r - trro"'J"' Denver. St Paul.) W.'H.lCumuiins.Preacheial S.'.H.'.3hnks,',riviident, Dr.rj.'B. Ows)ey,Caihier, W. M. Brlcht, Teller. asg'XiawarfSassMisMc.tgeiuje WJJdfftWJyy inwfflwr,"' pasgwsnorwsf - .'aj ." . v BeBeMMIM4Wf3bWsa4Mt,ASaierawOTMre&MW3Cy ptmmim 'SSPflr