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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896112401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEi 11 -w VOL. XXV. LANCASTER, An LJrfJLrfJIL H ' "Y ' N K. i TL-jfe "f " IP" "" . V &. r1 7 J OURNAL. - STANFORDHISTORIC PJiJIR Y villi:. t KY. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 24.1896. NO. 76 OARRARl) COUSTi'. In my trnveln 1 hh tuo .jieure of r given nt the court hoiiHK TtiurniUy nljjlit for Urn xleittotlm Motoric town of Perry villo Trip. Caledonian Korietv did itpelf make it h Reeter thin ever. The purpoauof raisInK a fund to liny mnro SiUiinlny, nail wliHu I win not In eearch proud FrlilM.v night mid Mm J. F Co- audience deiiehted and demanded n1'cm from tho Mrnoiii oUl battlo field, furnituro for tlin Mutlioiliflt churcli. Tim 4f ver, who originated it at Turiiersvillt-eevira- l another H'inif, hen eh. Hang "Tho Old enterprlfloiB commuutluule ami nvorv- - 1 t h'v"I flubitiuitial omw, including years Bgo, and who prvHenr, Folks At llouirt" in almost matchless body nhould attend. It will conriM n( a number of new snbscrib-r- a nccompau- - must have felt proud of her ofTprn.j A beauty. nuiBic by homo Ulent ml Mtn KU" Iwl by tim "coM own " Having bad nn good crowd I'he led iiiiaMnn by Lngui R. Hughes saw the performance for the HaIIou'h cIhrb ao Union in thin unction, Inkling tliattho Intkiiiok Journal and bent fit of " l'rie Lln-i- t Across The R ingV in which h the charity bed nt the . .. .. ii ........ i.. .i . will lie tho most attrRCtlvn part oi hid nn kjufm hi inn recant c.miimlitn wan Price InQrmary and 10-- 4 everybody who' is clvei. H onverarttioii bitween dying beartily bid' ried bv tho democrats of . entertainment. auuy highly p'eaoed with the two an I miu r mii his omrade, showed Hne Thogmnnof football betwen Lin j that section and hnving recolved eoveral hours' eutertaiuuienr. An appropoi r nvM" Is vitlronnd u gift of oratnr-iercaster and HogBett Acadnmy was play voluntary orders for the paper from that priate prvor by Ri v. S. M. Lgm was pf) is f en nnueual onler "Say ed hero Saturday. A largo crod was ondof Bjyle, I thought it would not be followed by an address bvCil T. P. Hil Not uhH Mmtf by Mrr A. G. in attendant). It resulted in 0 to 0 In time lout or diBaurcHahlyspiint in putting who in his wny, llolluiMh in i.i r of lio ,y ch'irmlng LancBBtor. Your correspond-eu- t inauay with tho people of that quaint favor of Lincoln county Pad el way ntoftd at the e iupe.ld by loud Biid knows nothing about tbti no etine, little town forefront in the intelligence mn Cm lingiring Appmuet to reappear, when Perryville is indeed a qmint town, but it Is said that Dextwr Hall in, lloraco of her citizen, nnd in "Ben B ill" wh8 given in sweetest cadenHermlon, Will DunUp and 0. U. e older than Dtnvllle considerably, but a their public spirltelnoi aui ciiHrit ble ce. The oration by R'chard Uueb, made omo points and will likely become larger place than I expected to sue. It Is J Her magistrate and her lm had ''Bnodlers Battles" was a production of apparent that the historic little city bnB deeds. prolepelonala. always held high and honorab'H pisi-tio- vry decided merit and was delivered In tbo circuit ciurt Thursday Sam bion co npleted for years. No building hor doctors hsd gaiHd world Hide with an earnestness ol voice, manner and no improvement of any kind bos Vaults was given two years in the reputation and her Intkiuoh Jouhnal and gesture, which proved that he will for bruaklug into Mrs. II. C. been dono for a decado or more and it is Give Kauuman's housa several tuoatha ago seems to bo the desire of the inhabitants held deserved rank with the brat paper vhi mace his mark on the hustings and in the country. He paid a noble tribute to in the rostrum. "The Free Silver Repubwe and stealing a bicycle and a suit of to make t c town present on antique The location is beautiful, the John Kincaid, his n' W preceptor, lican edited by a Free Silver Democrat" clothes belonging to Kldor George Gow-nwho wa pronounced y ti, kjreatesi Uw ns then rns I by E i 0. Gaines, who a boarder and the minister of tbo couotrv ourrounding is as Hoc as there is yer Kentucky or the country Ind pro with the document tied with Christian church. Court adjourned on in the State and there is nn reason that I are but can seo whv Perryville could not rival duced. lie alno spoke in cl iwing term hlack ribbon and announced thaf'Bryan Thursday until Tuesday. Thero of the skill aud ability of Dr. Jotin a dead " Hii numerous punB and hap-n- v few important canes to be heard. The Little Britain if ehe so desired. Craig, whoso surgical operation had libs were much enjoyed, except by I was impress! with the number of grand jury returned but few indictchurches, all splcniid edifices. Perryments. Invitations are nut for the marriage ville must ba n moral town tilth liberal of Mr. William Albert Cowherd, non of donntore to good causes to support the Mr. Theodore Cowherd, once n resident five ors x churches that tower far abce ofManford, to Mim Carrye Meg rury the surrounding buildings. Doctors are also pretty numerous there in Louisville, Nov. 25, ill tho Ohostnnt street M. E. church. Mr. Cowherd has and s they ull look prosperous there is ninny relatives in Lincoln and GairRrd evldontly considerable sickness or their counties. Congratulations are tendered patients aro unusually good pay. I hope In advance. Another wedding will lako and believe it is the latter, for Perryville pliciTmsday at Paint Lido Particu is a veritable Qmker City in cleanliness and with the"plarh! Chaplin," us Capt. lain will be given In our next letter. C" The cane ngilnat 0. A Kibinson, for Tom English epenks of it, to carry oil a aettlement of funds due t'io county for what tilth there is there Is no reason why Being overstocked in the following lines and crowded for room I 1K93, was dlsmiHued without prejudice it is not healthy. have decided to "IVrryvillo Hotel, A. G. Yankee, Ijtiinon has reclpta and proof of settle n Propr.," is a sign that grootB tho eye of ment Thin is thecaae, about which aftho hungry and tired traveler aa he on struck Johnson last Wednesday ternoon. It has been reported tbat 11. ters the town. It Ih a gocd pinc for boll K.Uihinson, father of C. A. IlohiiiRnn, food aud rest and tho genial, old hu bell County Attorney lohuann, wbilo leaven nothing undone to make his guests Hj'.insau Btruck hiui. The Lxincton feel nt home Free silver democrat?, or popocrata, us Leader has a statement that Hobinsnn A beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, Watches, Cut struck him with a pistol and that be was, the Mciviuley aid society dehghtnincall Glass and Chinaware, Jardiniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Lamps, . - s by fivi'iiiigry men heavilv turned. ing them, nrant thick as hops in that backed Picture Pramcs, Bibles, villa is the demo These reports nre hit UIh-- , ttieonly thing end of Boylo. true, Is that Hibtiinin etruck Johnnon, cratioend aud ahe can be counted on for ijR. JAMES G1VENS CARPENTER, with bis tint. This is due to all parlies, a big vote everv timo. They want Bryan in 11)00 and have ulready beun to work being a true statement, Founder of The Joseph Price Infirmary, Stanford, Kentucky. for him. Mr. J. A. Carpenter, who was L. & N. MT VKRXOX. 110CKCASTLUC0. In endless variety. Much care has been devoted to the selection of agent in amnion! lor years, placed me made him famous. C lining on down to those who caught the shaft of his wit. Tnlon serviced will h held on under renewed obligations the present, hi told how Dr J. G The entertainment concluded with these lines. Unmatchible Styles and Unapproachable Prices' will by numerous will Thanksgiving. Kv. L. M. ronrteeiesshnn me. lie is one of the Carpenter, the founder ol the Joseph The German Student Stage Struck," in move them quickly. At and below Cost from now on. preach tho sermon at 10.30 a. m. highest inerrhuits of the pUcd and is as Price Infirmary, bad by hlsownexerthne which Mr. CI nrleH Wheeler, of Wheel-erThe little daughter of Mr. O. 0. poptnar there as he was ra Enporiuui, Huston ville, appeared as here. 15 v the ricen to prominence in the profession Williams la Buttering from the epidemic. way Q sz he wants to ha postmaster and liiH onjoyed by few of his ge and predicted "Fritz." Little Miss Kate Walton Waters Rev. Crmlcbael and his whole family that ould en as Lena, the Gypsy Child, Misses Nanuie Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions, many friends hope ho will get It. Noth- for him a na ue and Huston ville, Ky. have been ill. William Rjwe, of Skaggi ing is too good for circle the earth. Of Dr J. F. Peyton, VanDeveernna Lena Bruce bb Gypsv "Jake," a3 he is familCreek, has unrolled at the college. F. 0. iarly the other superintendent of the infirm- Girls, Mr. J. L. Benzley aa Tobe, Mr. J. known. Phi lips, of Madison county, N. C, has It may look strange, nnd in fact it ia ary, he coul say much, but modesty for M. Alverson ns John. Mr. Wheeler M entered thn Collegiate Institute. Htrange, but I was actually taken for h bade, as ho had married the doctor's sis- proved this paper's assertion that he was The entertainment given at the Col- Congressman ter. Tho institution is n grand and noble a comedian of decided power, even if he at Perryville. I was introlege Friday evening was a marked sucduced to Postmaster Hart bv Mr. Car- one, presided over by 'mm who have diil resent the charge by referring to it as cess. The scone from Juliui Cu'i-tri" The Infernal Journal." He made a cappenter. He caught my residence but not proved their skill and anility to cope deserving of mention. It was rendered with disoase either by meuis of medi- ital Gorman an i his songs and dialogues XI my tiame, and seeing that my companion The newest and most popular articles are the quick sellthroughout bv young ladies of tho color tho fcnif'i, and by trainod nurses, brought down the house. Ho did much M some intsreat in mo, he remark cine lege. Miss Ida May Adams as Marc evinced who have no superiors in professional or to make the entertainment the succeea it ers. ed, "And you uru Congressman Davison Antony. Miss Herd a Martin, of ltrod-heasocial stan ling. It is no long-- r wab, and ho ia fully entitled to the thanks are yon?'1 It is useless for mo to attempt 3- - COLD CREAM Fragrant Cream. Cold Vaseline. .; as "Umtus,1' and a I uvy ol young to sand pttieuts to the cities for del- and praise he Is receiving on all sides. to impart to our readers how much I en j. girls as Riman citluins, fairly tested tho icate operations, for they could bB uer Mr. Eljih H. Bdiz'iy, chairman, an SST CHAPPED HANDS made new E. 0. W. tho compliment powers of the youn academic students. formed here now with equal, if not great nounced the sale of thf beautiful chrys.ii or, advantages than there. In conclus- anthemum", with w'.Cn tbo Mage had It was a stirring scene when Mark Anto .? MA TllIMOXIA L MA TTEliS. Try our healing Hand Lotion. Other Cold Cures of ye here ion ho commended the broad charity been urtioticully defraud by Mrs. Mary uv entreated them, "Look, Hee ft value at W. F. Hart, w io was prosecuted by that these snrgsons displayed in propos- Crug, assisted by Mrs. Win. Geer and C i sir's vesture wounded," and astboy y rushed to tho other side to see Marc An- tbiee of his Hdveii wives for nt ing to minister to and operate upon, free qthere, and ubout U s realized. They of charge, thoso who are unable to pay were the contribution of Mrs. Geer and tony fallow with "You bo to do you M lylleld, waaniven eveii yeam. John Hiuh, of Lais oouniy, ami for their services and appealed to our Mrs. J.u Horence, who gsve them to know not what." The effort far exceedA ed their sjuguine friends. "Friends, Mtns Allie Oloyd, of Middleburir, eloped people to assist as much as they could in ant tu the purchaou of hu mva id cbair f jr the charity room. Tnoy and till confriends," go forth and ever onward to Indiana und wer nurriud. The groom maintaining the charity bed at the a The audience showed its appre- nected with tho entertuinment deserve to study, to learn and to achievement. was a half unc'o to the bride, lib is 20 ciation of the fine old gentleman and bis groat p'uise und the Intkiuou Joubnal A pretty arraugemeut of Jean Ingle'ow'n and she is 16. Cards from Mr and Mrn. Oharleo eilott by prolonged applause. 'Songs of Seven" representing seven for itself aud the doctors hereby bestows Tbo recitatious by Littlo Maud Varnou it unstintedly aud unreservedly, atageaof experiences in )ife an highly O'Hara, of Grant county, annouueen the apprtirUted. The puts were talon by marrUge of their daughter, Miea Anna and Josephine Hayden were both reII iw dear to our heart is the old silver Anrio Weber, Childhood; Jean Weber, May, to Dr. A. 1). Blaiu, for.nerly of this markably well done for their ages and .DEALERS IN. the little ladies were highly complimen- dollar, when some kind subscriber preYouth; Clara Kennedy, Love; Berda county, Nov. 20 Virgil Smith, of Louisville, son of ted. Mios Cara Mershon, who hna a sents it to vion; thd liberty bead without Martin, Maternity; Mamie Joikh, Pa-Lriiis- , Ida May Adams, Old Age. Hon. 7. F. Smith, the historian, aid very sweet voice, sang "Lost Night," eo necktie or collar, and all atrange thingB of tho ev- Miss Maria Lackey, were married Wed delightfully, that she , as forcou to re- that to uaaeem so now; the ariows below The most pleasing feature ening waa tho "Fan Drill" by 10 littlb nosuav at the home of tho bride nt spond ton prolonged encore, when she it, the stars aud the words with the Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. o Bloomiugton, III. aang"Tne Saddest Day of All," equally strange things they toll; tho coin of my girls. Fannio Spnrke, liirdiu Estea, Capt. W. E. Bell, of Lawrencoburg, as acceptably. Little Robert Harding fatheie, we're gladlhat we know it, for Taylor, Subio listen, Nannie Carmi-chaes mie ttmo or other 'twill come in right Bobble Davis, Delia Arnold, Jon-ui- e and Miss Katharine Reeves, of Murfrecs- - Waters showed that he had beec Weber, Iteasio MullinB. boro, Tenn., will marry Thursday. Capt. Davis, Annie and that ho may yet outstrip his well -t- no spread eagle dollar, the star Give us a oil and be convinced. received a hearty encore and Bell wstj formerly county cleric of An eloquent namesake as a public speaker. epingled dollar, the pld Bilver dollar we The drill anil is now tn the revenue Ho recited "Negro Sam's Thanksgiving nil love so well. -- Exchange. children responded with child-likdemon the Turkey" in such nn excellent manner as marthird r spontaneity. Tho chorus by tho entira service. This is his For the Fall Races at Lexington round to olicit storms of npplauso, which were Bchool was rendered with spirit, tho rec riage. . trip tickets via Queen & Crescent Route, increased when he again appeared and Uations showed caro nnd paiustaking on will be sold for lj fare, good until The largest carpet(mills in tho world, bowing bis thanks hurrahed for "Bryan part of all who appeared. Tho Bong by . . V.. ouiu . iiuv. on. ruiuru. io extra cuarges on children wai indeed n pleasure to located at Yonkors, N. Y., have abut and Froe Silver." the Thn "Hunting Chorus," rendered by vestibuled traine. Abk agents for parparentp, teachers and friends. Notwith- do vn, aud it is oillcially stated that they W 0. Kinehrson, general will not be reopened before next Januastanding the threatening rain thtrewna the following ladies and gontlemon, was ticulars. Metal Kccfirjgagent, Cincinnati, 0. ry. Tho reaaou for this action, which a melodious blending of very aweot and good attendance. throws 7,000 people out of employment, good voices: Soprano, Mrs. Joe S. Rice, The Lancaster Record glvea this good Tlo Pittsburg Press nsaerts that the isdsclared to bo that the revival of trade Mfsies Clara Merahon, Adela Stulltiy, advice: Young man never boast of your nrt of manufacturing silk goods direct which was expected to result from n re Myrtlo Hughes, Alto, Mrs. J. W. Hay- - geneology. Even if you succeed in trac publican victory, lir.a not matorializsd. don, Miss Grace Grinatcad, Tenor, Joe ing it back to Adam and Eve, you from th mulberry troo has been diacov-orething ou tho program is -- When Col. W. O. P. Breckinridge F. Waters, Dr. W. B O'Bannou, BafB. A find any record of their umriape. can't Shingles, Etc. Tbo next lectured at Cincinnati last winter tho re- A. Warren, C. A. Moore, Pianist, Miea to milk butter direct from the cow. C. Matches are no made out of paper. The various old maid Boclotlea of ceipts woro attached by his attorneys, Mary Cowen. Iu renpouse to a very dePostal cards are counted and bound lUudolphnnd adjoining counties will who took depositions there in the case of cided oncoro "Give God Tne Praise" wur Madeline Pollard for damages and a jury sung with zest and beauty. It wasn't in packages of 23 by machinery. convention at Farmland, Ind , hold -- An unknown man and woruuu down ou the bills so tho solo of Miss threo the other day decided against Willie. vreie ho 27th and continuing President Cleveland has maden per- Mary Cowen was tho more appreciated found clasped In oach other's arms at a days. WILLIAM SHELTON, hotel at Valley City, N. D., dead from A carrlor pigaon recently loosed sonal plea for- a commutation of the With her accustomed spirit of accommoSluJentnaj. Teachert 7 All ipeclalltti. Thorouch course in Litm, Greek, French, Ea;iih of prusaic acid, A note confrom a Bteamer reached it) home, 200 death sentence of Walter D. Worden, one dation and willingness to do her share tho eflects Mathematics, Natural anil Mori! Scieucea, Muiic, Art aod Klocutioa, Situated ia tho fainout illue and said: Gratt ttciton ot Kentucky ; dutincuiihed tor healtntu'neds of climate, beauty of scenery, refinement miles away, in 270 minutes. The same of the Debs rioters convicted in Califor- towards evary good work, she consented tained money for burial ofacciety. Kail Seulon opens Septombor 7. Before dociding where you will seo t your daughters bird bin made a record of 200 miles in nia. As a result of tho wreck caused by to sing "My Old Kentucky Home," and "Though separated in life, wo are one in next year, bo lute to write for Our NOW Catalogue. Address, Worden, four men were killed, MRS. NANNIES SAUPLEY, Lady rnnclpil, Sanford, Ky. she sang the grand o'd song so aa to death; aiako no enquiries as to us " stf 197 mlnulee. entortnlnimiii will for SMeer chhritvs e-- stcke. Ifrff!35r. K'-- flfTmw.HP.MKMrai w-- ..... I .lo-p- . 1 I tl til j, man-neran- d sh-w- hb L-- n, penl-tentUr- y A Good White or Grey Blanket, 60c Pair. A Ladies' Extra Heavy Long Sleeve "Vest, Only 15c. Children's Union Suits, Drop Back, at only 25c. NEW CLOAKS & I 1 n, This to You an Idea of tlie Low Prices are making on goods in Every Department. ap-o-ar- ed DRESS GOODS Just In. SEVERANCE & SON. A SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST. Kob-inso- Close Out For 30 Days For Spot' Cash, Bric-A-Brac- , P-c- ry ;"v Jewelry And Groceries. Fo M fa-n- e B TCWJQDWEarjL - 1 ''t m COLD CURES, s s - Jyd .11 4 i liL-am- y a W. B. M0B1OBBK.TS. xoivvxivxxoxoiorvy: iusti-tul'o- a. CRSIG &. HOCKER Oils, Wid-owhoo- "Drugs, Gsmicals, Lil-li- l, well-name- d It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. e JJ Doors, Sash and Blinds, - pas-seiig- er d. UfUBE A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. President. THE STAFFORD FISMA.XS COLLEGE. - Ja. M. !. A, I VaJ'WU fci-A 4 sij Jr-i- 3 mfe-h- . fr- - f f If V 1 t Ferrln, who built the great wheel at In an interview, Judge' T. Z. Morrow J. B. Baker killed his wife near My-fiel- d killed Chicago, is dead at Pittsburg. says there is no crying need for an extra In Graves county, and then Henry Clews, in his weekly financial session of the Legislature, as the State is himself. doing reasonably well. He says most of A Denver grocer is under arrest on review, admitB that the commercial Ky., - Nov. 24, 1896 the State warrants are held by money the charge of drowning bis wife and five revival since the election has not been Stanford. what the nost optimistic expected. lenders who are able to hold them and children. Mrs. E izibeth Johns, of Waukesha, destroyed all the toll- a new revenue bill would not give Nlcht raiders that W. P. WALTON. much relief to the poor people. As tho iMtea on nloht nut of in turnnikea in Wis., committed suicide at Chicago by labl.... n,,.l,nlli ofi.l allar hnvlni? tried to Woodford county. judge Ib tho governor's brother-in-lathought by some to mean that the George DuMa'urler, the novelist, left kill her two small children. The disOnb can whip a thonaand and two can this is Ib beg will not call an extra Befsion. an estato valued at $330,000. It pays grace of hor arrest for put ten thoaBftnd to fl'ght of any ordi eovernor act. lieved to have led to the no crying need for onn. somo people to writo. nary mob. At Richmond, Mo., 500 men There ii Indeed Ilomlltnn n . niirptnns llBVO do- -- Dnvld Williams, of West Liberty, The probability is that tho solons would tormed the jail and demanded tuo keys elded on hrjic treatment in tho enso of go to tho capital and accomplish nothing died of blood poison caused by a pin ,. to tho cellrootn, announcing thoir intenFrank Morrow, who had Iub spinal and Lon further than to increase the burden of scratch on his hand. tion to lynch JeBse Winner a runaway accident. i.mirnn in now holding down tho Stato. Gov. At a sale of rare coins in London Lackey, who ere in jail ou the charge of debt Bradley knows from experience that the one which had been the property of They have tied him to it .hoard and sus murdering Mrs. Winner and her two pended him from the culling uy a strap Legislature can not be depended Ghurl I brought S93.850. children. Some of them etarted up tbe urosent nudspd under both armH. Ho will hang William Haaa, the boy who killed do anything, and he will be wise if stairs to get the keys from the sheriff, but on to hia method Mrs. "Brader, near Cincinnati in July last, in this position two dya. his wife, who, he lets the members stay at home. were met at the top by of treatment is done to keep the pre'snre was given a death sentence. with a loaded revolver, warned them no of the broken veru brie from tho spinal A niLti has been introduced in tbo AlaJames F. Scott alleges that John R. cord. to advance further. And they didn't ei- bama Legis'nture to make it unlawful for 11,832 in ther, but crestfallen, they'turued their any femalo to wear any article of men's Gentry, tho race horse, earned f SOUEWIIAT LOCAL. ISOo at an expense of $1,920. backs and sneaked out of town. There clothing. The bill specially prohibits tho money Judge Kohler decided that Remenyl, the noted violinist, will is uo general assertion so absolutely wearing of bloomers, tigbtB, divided stolen from passengers ou Pullman cars play at Danville soon. as that that mobs without an exception skirts and shirt waists. It is eaid that company A.'T Fish Iibb been appointed poit are always cowardly and that ono deter- tbeoldMlow who offered it is in dead must bo made good by that Va , Thomas Wh al- niRB'er at Berea and J. P. Sears at LinAt Alexandria, man, or woman either it appears, earnest and will push it to a passage. mined because she coln, Pulaski county. can put a whole regiment of them to He may be right in several of his prohi- ien cut his wife's throat to cook him a turkey for dinner. The Hoggselt Academy football team flight. bitions, but a man who would object to a are being thrown np was defeated by the Lancaster eleven 0 Fortifications woman's wearing a shirt waist and who Florida, and Spain is to 0 at the latter place Saturday. "Onk Lyons," as Gen. Dan Collier calls not feel his bosom Bwell as h6 gazes at Ft. Thomas, in Wes er McDonald was shot and Representative LyonB, of Newport, bav- can said to bo making warlike preparations. upon beauty bo arrayed is fit for treason?, wounded by a tenant named ins said in an interview that Gov. Brad- strategems and Bpoila, and ought to have were killed as the result Thirty men Snyder, from whom he tried to collect ley defeated the election of Hunter for of an explosion in a colliery in Westbia head cutoff. the Senate, connived with silver men phalia. Five miners are still entombed. rent, at Burgin. and would not call an extra session until "Mies Margaret Ingels, now that the L P OINTS. P OLITICA William Elliott, living near campaign baa closed and political speechhe had gotten a Cincinnati paper to feel O , ate a raw enake to pay an elec Tbe official count shows Bryan's es no more in demand, is organizing a the pulie of the legislator? as to their tionbet. He is critically ill as a result, class in elocution at Paris. for U. S. Senator, the adjutant plurality In Alabama to be 52,400. preference Mrs. Potter Palmer, of Chicago , lost State Senator DeBoe has announced While cleaning un tbe house of her general dons his war paint and proceeds U.S. Senate. a J5.000 bracolet at the opera in New deceased mother at Versailles, Mrs. L. J. in another interview to eviscerate the his candidacy for the Iowa gave McKinley a plurality of York, and gave f 10 to the man who found Rowland, of Richmond, found Newport individual alive. He calls him a feather bed. half of which her tuotner it. everything else but a gentle- 0(3,312 according to official returns. a liar and Gov. Bradley has fixed Jan. 9, as had willed to her. Montana gave Bryan a majority of man, and leaves Lyons to infer that if he doesn't want to take that ho can got sat- 33,190. Palmer and Buckner didn't get a the day for Laughlin, tho Bracken county A RUN ON THE BANK. uxorcido and murderer of bia cousin, to isfaction in any way he chooses. The vote. bang. A quartet of fcols ate b cat in LouisItiirf, but Tnw Gviilu battle is likely to be fought on paper, It Va n Cl Wiut u WIuuit. William Bryart, who left bullets don't kill ville the other day in payment cf an however, and as paper It lacked ono holitury moment of 10 Breathitt county with a large aum of the we are not liable to chronicle a tragedy election bet. in Mis o'clock u. m. John W. Langley eays he will not county's money, has been located or the calling out of the "melish." The streotu boforo tho national bunk contest the Congressional election in the touri. upon The leaders of the little McKinley 10th district. a Paris groceryman, woro nlivo with people, nil intent G. W. Myers, business. sideshow met in Louisville the other A Kentuckian sent McKinley two was sandbagged and robbed while reSuddenly thnro was n groat commoday and iesued an address to the gold bug coons, not Negroes, but tho regular ring- - turning home at night. He was serlouB-l- y tion. democrats of Kentucky "and to every tailed variety. injured. Amid it prent roar mid expressions of true democrat who believe in tbe demoKentucky has more than ber full At Seltna, A'a., John bpencer snoi wonder uud alarm two figures woro mvii cratic principles set forth in the platform quota of placeB In the treasury depart- and fatally wounded h'a uncle, John going at a breakneck pitoe down tho of tbe Indianapolis convention calling ment. It iB stated that her people hold Campbell, becauso he whipped bia sister uvcuue in the direction of the bunk. Ono of thobo was :t young man with upon them to rally round the standard of 7G7 positions in it. while drunk. maintain their organa moving train tho fire of genius in ln.s eye. and Mill sound money and A convict jumped oil Gen. E. W. Pettue, just elected to tbo more of tho snmo in his logt. The other ization and to refuse to take part in the U.S. Senate from Mississippi, iB 75, ws in Pennsylvania. The warden who had was it pompon?, puffing old g nt lmun, primaries which will shortly beheld by a brigadier in the Confederate army and htm tn cuntndv followed suit and broke with n pallid couiitetianco which the free silver democrats." These bolters is for free silver. his own neck. n terrible mentul are really amusing, and must not be Somebody, seeing tho hntlcss, cnut-les- s AeteamerleftNew York for India All things considered, the success of figures flying by, yolk-d"Fire I taken seriously. The democratic party, the prohibition party in polling no leps the other day with 80.000 bushels of corn 217,82-.votes at the last elec- than 245 votes in South Carolina was the m a part of her cargo for the starving Murdorl Potiwl" which cast But tho blueconts worn nowhere, and tion, care very little what these fellows amDhaticseneation of the election. people of India. tho two sprintvrri rushed on us if cIuvhhI do or resolve. They can como bck to Rewards aggregating $3,00 have by 10,000 demons on wheels. The executive committee of the the fold ii they wish, after due repenrepublican league hsB decided to been offered for tho apprehension of the Suddenly they runched tho marble tance, but they are welcome to stay with have a gold Btandard speaker make an men who destroyed the toll gates in steps of tho bank, collided and rolled the republicans, if they so prpfer. address wherever Bryan speaks on h.s Woodford county. into the gutter, knocking down ccvorul HelmasRomaine, of Patterson, N. passcrsby on their wuy. salaried lecture tonr. Tub Middlesboro News says if Bell Still rriduunted, bruipod mid grimy, A report comeB from Washington J., whose eetatej wes estimated to amount county's vote should be thrown out of will cause a chill to run down the to about $1,000,000 in value, committed they nrcMj Miunltnneously tind made that break for tho bank entruncv, oach the count,so should Owen county's. There backs of office holders. It is suicide by sbooiing. of fraud in Owen. The are no charges stabbed and flourishing a piece nf pajwr uihia bund James E. Wimmer, who to the eflect that few of thorn will be apGrent minora spretul abroad. Teir silly objection is made that she held a pointed to official positions by Maj. Mc- killed Samuel Thalheimer, who, he al- thousand pooplo gathorwl, and it nm on primary election the same day, at differKinley. leged, caused the ruin of daughter, was tho bank was momentarily threatened. ent places and by different officers. If is remarkable how many lifelong acquitted at Richmond, Va. Tho bank president, very pale, came It we mistake not it is charged and claimed tho multitude. friends of Major McKinley are developThe socialist who kilUd a wealthy, forth and aridtvssi-to be Busceptlble of proof that Tennessee ing among the politicians who were merchant in the streets of Pabras, Greece "Friends mid fellow citizens, " wild hi', Negroes bv the hundreds came over and much inclined to give him a blnck eye committed Buicide in prison by explod- "thert is no eaunj for alarm. The Hon. helped Colson and McKinley out. It Josiuh Petorkins had a daughter marbefore he waB nominated by the people ing a dynamite cartridge in hia mouth. ried lust night, and in onicr to bo wasn't necf saury in his race for them Tom Hatter, of Franklin, T nn was thought the moat generous at St. Louis. to vote forColnon, but Kentucky's vote returning Col. Jack Chiun is engaged in clean- shot through the heed while in the world gavo tho brido a check for would have gone to Bryan had there not ing his gunp, putting new edges on his from church with a young lady. A ri- $50,000 with tho intention of coming deadening ovr tho linn. been g hero ahead of tho bridegroom and knives, reading upon parlimentary law val is supposed to have fired tbo shot. San Benito, bound from payment or getting another cheek necesoary arrange-ment- s The steamer Trie Richmond 1'ontagrHpn speaka of and making other for the forthcoming seBaion of the TacoraatoSan Francisco, went ashore in ahead. lint inasmuch as there is onour determination to ceaee to agitate the north of Point Arena and eix men were ly 49,900 to his orxlit tlxi bridegroom currency question till we sen how tho Kentucky legislature. N. Y. Journal. is bound to get it wlwro tho chicken S. II. Kash, republican elector for drowned. Tho others escaped in the rosy promises made by the McKinl ites got" of Manchester, haB rigging. and their aBsistxnts will be fulfilled, as a the "Nit!" shrieked tlio bridegroom, At Now Smyrna, Fla..T. H. Roberts, cmorgiug from tho bnnk with his coat surrender. Lord bles your eoul, young been sued for breach of promise by Zil- was intimate pockets bulging and his hands full of man, you don't know us. The "Intk-hio- pah Roberta, whose disappointment if hearing that O. A. Bowne may valued at J5.C00. Perhaps that is why with his wife, lay in wait for him with a greenbacks. "Tho uorount lacked $ 10, Journal, like the Old Guard, killed him to bo stitv, tint as I am not such a fool die several hundred years from now, but he got more votes than the other elec- - double barreled shot gun and as to start out in tho world with nothin hifl tracks. it never surrenders. It is only lying on turs s'quirei:. W. Ellington, who is SO Concord, this State, Al Pollick ing it was easy for mo to deposit tho -'Near its arms to observe a weak spot in the en Magoffin coun- and Misses Lula and Lizzie Lind were $10 before 1 shoved in tho check for emy's line, or lyin', and then it will years of age and lives in ty, broke the record at the last election killed by a train running into the buggy o0,000. Good day." charge clear through it. And tho blow almost killed father. by furnishing 75 nephews, 31 couHinsBnd in which thoy were riding. They were Now York Sunday Journal. has double one brother who voted for Maj. McKin returning from a bop. Sincb the Courier-JournItM l'llUll I'luUH-- . Gen. J. B. Gordon, commanding tl e somersaulted politically we are not ear ley for president. The old fellow should " Yoa seem sad mid distrait," said Confederate Veterans, has fixed does, though we Imvb died before be was born. United prised at anything it Speaker Blanford failed to impress May 5, 0 and 7, 1S97, as tbe dateB for the tho bride. can't help feeling just a little bit aston askexl tho groom, averting ished that Col. C. E. Sears should become Gov. Bradley with the necessity of call next annual meeting and reunion of the his"Do I?" gaze. lug an extra session of the legislature at organization at Nashville. a TBonlar contributor to it. As the editor i "You don't lovo mo any loss?" sho nr hu Pnat th enlnnal Raid more mean an early date. The governor further Sanford Harr's and wife wbre arrest- hazarded caressingly. U.fc it would not be called at all ed at Lawrenceburg, accused of deserting things about Mr. Watterson than conld ntaled "No, indeed, " lio nsnortod portitlvoly. baby, which has since "A thousand time na" a year, but he doubtless unless the members showed a disposition their 12 day-olbe repeated in "Then, what is it?" sho iwkcd. died. They were held to await the procame out for ttie gold standard and that to do tho State some service. says: "There is ceeding of the grand jury. There was n loug pause. Fiually, Secretary Carlisle bid a multitude of sins in the eyes of tbe no inducement in the world that could A poll of Harvard students showed with u deep sigh, ho registered tho management. be offered me to serve under the McKin- but two prohibitionists out of more than cloven thousand throo hundred and th kiss and spoka: Neither of those decoys, Palmer and ley administration a day. I am as good a 2,000 young men. This doesn't indicate forty-scv"When started ou this bridnl trip," carried their 8tate, county or democrat now as I ever was, and always that the immediate future is going to Buckner, had in 'my pockot just ho said, voting place, but contrary to predictions expect to be. I have no aspiration what bring much of a drought with It. $365. Tod I havo boon over our finanand contrary to expectations, they did ever for any public position. There is The foot ball game between the Uni- cial accouu and And that wo havo excarry one precinct in the United States. no man in tbe country who will welcome versity of Pennsylvania and Harvard pended 304 75." Tho brido wrinkled her brow and It was Dudley Township, Haskell coun- the advent of the 4th of next March resulted in a victory for the former by making mental calculations with ty, Kansas, where but six votps were more gladly than myself." ecore of 8 to 0. Princeton won from tho county in the United Yale on Manhattan field by a score of 24 hor fingers. cast, three for the decoys, two for McThere Is one "Which means," ho went on sadly, Kinley and one for Bryan. Those who States that did not know of the National toO. "that our honoymoon" will now walk election. That is Charlton county, Georbet against tbe old fellows A law is about to be enacted by tbe Sho stopped tho digital reckoning to up to the captain's desk and settle. gia. The officials in the office of the Alabama legislature to license people of givo him her full attention. to carry pistols, with the Secretary of State are authority for the " is on It is Bald that R. Lee Davie, late of this declaration that the people of the county good character a year. Others caught York Eveningits last quarter." Now Journal. fee fixed at $20 county, and for some time local editor ol could not have known of tbe election, with a weapon will be fined and impriIs trying to start Never IrowtMl In III I.lfiw tbe Richmond Register, f jr no election was held there and the Bined. Barney Phillipn iH a sailor living in a daily in that city. It is a pretty big official digest of the election in Georgia Hon. Frank P. Arbuckle, chairman Alpena, and last mouth ho was reported junlp from a weekly to a daily, but Brer has been made up with Charlton left out. of the Colorado democratic committee, as having been drewuod off tho bargo Davis is full of grit and enthusiasm and was found dead in a tough district cf Monitor in Lako Erie, Barney returned would doubtless make a success of it, MORE NEWS NOTES. New York. DoctorB say he died of to Alpena tho other day and claimed that though it is no small undertaking to print Mrs. tbe noted actress, heart disease, but there are suspicions of ho was not drowned. To a newspaper y town. a daily in a reporter in that city Ira said: died at Paris. murder. "Eut eea tarn lio dai am drown. Haf Mrs. A. J. Craft, of Bristol, Tenn., Shelby News goes The Cincinnati Southern will reThe editor of the of tbe South-- . nafor been drown in ma life. Am toll build two of the long spans rigbtalong copying our editorials, with- ended a week's spree by dying. Th fourth nnnnal ronnrt nf flnnrnln. CIU i,.i,i.,at Cincinnati. Tbey will bo you som man his tarn Unr when ho Hay he iB welcome to them. UMVIW out credit, bat off Mnrtnn ohnog a Divimi nt tOQn Wl tha inn f lunn on I nf Rtfifl. me approacu am drowned to Monitor. Am boon from Fact of tho business la we are glad to Montreal ranco dat tiiuo Cincinnati . A nAn . . f iL- - linnMlnal fifDlln nPDV i f. flrwi au.n nnn annreciatlve man in these pasi year, ami a iowi Baying oi iuuo,. to tbe bridge is me ucvt"i it and am nafor drown In ma life," j 000 in four years. Freo Press. dismally dull and unpromising time. the road. jemi-Week- ly -- interior Joukne THE- Louisville Store, The Great Shopping Centre of Stanford, The Home of Low Prices. w shop-liftin- A A visit to our store, Nosth side Main street, Stanford, Ky., will con- coi-,..- vince the most skeptioal of our ability to sell goods chcadcr than any other house in Stanford. Two causes have made this store the bargain center for Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Mats, Caps, Clothing, Valises, Telescopes, Carpets, Matting, Floor Oil Cloth. 1 Special Department for Clothing' and Shirts Made to Order. First, an irresistible stock; second, the irresistible prices. Without a word as to the why and wherefore, we srll this week at the following prices: Ladies' outing flannel skirts, fancy stiiped with border, full three inches wide, worth 40c. at 25c. Ladies all wool skitt, full size, fancy stripe, worth 75c, at 60c. Blankets white pair. Gents' Shirts 4SC. Canton Flannel 5c, worth Dress Gingham 5c. White bordered Napkins 25c doz Red flannel 15c a yard. Turkey ted Table Linen 25c yard. Men's black Alpine Hats and Si. 50 this week at 75c. Ladies' walking hats, blue, worth black and brown, 75c. Full line of trimmed Hats for ladies. Ladies Jackets $1.15 to $12. Secour $i.25and $2 ladies Capes. Better ones $1 to Si 5. io-4at6- oca ed dan-cerons- 7c 51-2- 5 Ports-mont- h, $l9in It Will Fay Every Man and Boy Thatwats a suit of Clothing to visit our store this week. Beys overcoats as low as S2.25. Men's ovecoats low as $2.50. Men's suits as low as $2. ff Wc quote the few prices to show how prices run through entire stock. THE LOUISVILLE Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, ST0RL. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY. Manager. Lawrenceburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind, : ) Na-ton- al J ill '.V I ! (AIL. BaTAll Farm Products taken in exchange. I! . I I, : 1 y - mi-oth- er 9! '!!' I vg) : M ! Buy your Coal now before it li sroes up, for. the Winter. fM! 1 .... I!)! papa-in-la- fit J. H. BAUCHMAIV & CO. m iitot,-pin- UNDERTAKING BY- - State-at-larg- e, u JT. C BTCXART, oKo Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And, Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e al FARRISI& HARDIN, Dealers In o Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queenswareand Tinware. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. I bo-g- an Prices toSui 17 he Tim es .WE WILL. Gofltinne Oof Sale Of Goods at cost until the ' Scott-Siddon- s, eeml-weekl- ENTIRE STOCK Is disposed of, 1 A Do-txo- W. H. WEAR EN . J f" CO. A Ji.. ?.A -- - l u. , -. -- i ti... JaLt iA-i-n- ( k .u. ...-'if- cj', w,'vt .Al. m -.- - . .mfc.- - .Wr,i, ri n ' W f,- r V r3' To You. Pay your tax before tbo penalty is addbd. I or ono of my deputies oak boards, for sale. will be at McKinney, Nov. 21; Huston Good, three-foNoel & Son. villo, Saturday. Nov. 28; Wednea-day- , Stanford, Ky., - Nov. 24, 1896 25 and Friday, 27, and at Crab OrDolls and doll heads of all kinds at chard every Saturday; Moreland, MonCraig & Hooker's. day, Nov. 30th. If your Ibx Is not E. C. Walton, Business Manager. StoiiB'Room adjoining Farmers Bank paid befoie Dec. 1, it will be adverfor rent after Jan. 1. W. P. Walton. tised. T. D. Newland, sheriff. . . You should take your prescriptions to PennyV drugstore where prompt and Give us a chance at your cash trade. Eld. W. L. Williams. An Immense accurato service is guaranteed. We will save you money. Craig it crowd ateuded the iunornl of E'd. W L. WilliatnB Ht Hustonvillo Friday morning llocker. PERSONAL POINTS. DRKesKi) Turku h, C'rnuberritB, Cheese, and heard one of tho finest funeral disMit. A. II. KiNtihY has moved his fam- fresh crackers an Minco Meat nt Warren courses bv Elder George Darsio, of Frankfort, ever listened to. Mr. Drfrtie was a ily to Mllfoiil, Ind. Shanks'. great aJmirer of the grv.nd old man and Mhh. Li.zik McAi.itTKit lina gone to Kiiaut, new Pickles, Appleflateup his euology of bint win sublimely beau Danville to may a month. Mum II. It. Oammiz, of IIustonvHIe, and Sauces of all kinds at Afarron it tiful. The Masons, of which order Mr. r Shanks'. Williams was a dovoted member, took WiJ the gueat of (rieuds here. charge of the remains after the services M11. John W. Millkii canto nlltho way The L. it N , following tho precedent of the church nnd at the grave went front Lancaster Sunday to gut a popor. numerous othor rallroadn, phI.I its em- at through with their burial service After one of the ployes here in gold Friday. NiistiuuiE Ki.lis is now prayer by Elder B. J. Pinkerton, the . . pretty BalrsladivH at the Louisville Store, John Adams, implicated with Will throng of weeping friends and admirers Miss Minmk Dimviihhk Is paid to be an applicant for postmaster at lluatou-vill- Leo in the robbing of Mr. J. S. Itice's assured the bereaved family of their chicken roost, wan lodged in jiil yester- sympathy and dispersed. The grave was literally hidden with heanliful flowers weight, arriv- day by Marshal Nowland. A niiiL, nine pounds in that had been brought by loving friends Mrs. A. J. Krp's Friday ed at Mr. and Tiik new sidewalk and curbing that who desired to ndd further testimony of eight. Farrin it Hardin are putting in front o( their esteem for him who had been their Mm. 0. D.JSAMrsotf, who has been up tbo St. Asaph Hotel and their storeroom, pastor for 40 years. That Mr. Williams seeing alter his (arm, returned to Mercer ia a much needed and substantial imwas willing to go there la no doubt. He Friday. provement. was well aware that bia summons bad Mies Mary Noil went to Danvillo yesterday to spend several days with her Bon Jackson, who was sentenced for come and having lived an honorable and life iu Laurel for killing a man, and who Godly life he was always roady to meet Mn. J. 8. Hockkii started to Kansts has spent a good deal of time in jail here, bis Maker. To him death was the beCity Friday to attend the marriage of his baa had his sentence alllrmod by the ginning of eternal life. A good man has gone the way of all good, may thoso who nephew, Allen Logan. court of appeals. are left to mourn him emulate his noble Dit. AM) Mbb. W. S. Bkazlky, of LanWe are requested to state that tne life. caster, spenteeveral days with Mrs. Milstores will be closed Thursday so that dred Ueazley and family. CHUIICII CHIMES. Dn ami Mbb. V. E. Oakhbtt, of Cave employers and employes may rest from is the Southern Methodist of Mrs. J. S. ltlce, arrived their labors and give thanks, world withCity, parents This week of prayer for missions. yesterday to be her guests for a few days. out end. Amen. Rev. W. S. Grinstead will preach the Mitfl Hkhtiia Gbuiiiis, of Shelby City, The old Butfalo Mills building on tbo came up to the entertainment and was Httstoiiville pike la being razed to the Thanksgiving sermon for tho McKendree the guest of her brother, I'rof. K. L. ground and thus another old landmark church at 11 o'clock Thursday. Grubbs. The Presbyterian Theological Semidisappears. A decade or more ago this nary at Louisville now has 03 students. Miis. V. E. Pkhkimj and Miss Lizzie was the largest mill in all this section. Gormlpy, of Crab Orchard, were hero Tho Baptist Seiujnary has 201. In respouee to calls from Evangelist yesterday and had a trying interview Aitbk on argument before the railroad Moody, 500 meetings aro being held with Dr. V. II. Penny. commissioners, Mr. John W. Verkessttc. is on Mn. It. 0. Hock 1 it, who has been ceeded in getting the nsseeiment of the nightly in New York City, which studying law in St. Louis, has gone to Cincinnati Southern reduced from the eve of the greatest religious awaken0 Colorado Spriugs for the benefit of his a utile to S23.S00, which still is $500 ing ever known. 1 here will bo a mifsionary meeting health, which ho suddenly become poor. more than Inst venr. at Walnut Flat church uext Sunday. Ills brother, V. S. llocker, who is atSiiootixo. James Hays, n farmer liv- Nov. 29th, by tho children, assisted "by tending Kentucky University, has gone ing nsar Lowell, shot and seriously Miss Nannie Caldwell, of Danville. All to be with him, Mn. E. V. Jones, who lost his Crab wounded John Itson, a tenant, Sunday. invited to attend. The union Thanksgiving service at Orchard property by tire, was hero Fri They had quarreled over rent. Hayaea-cape- d and is still at large. Itson is a tho Presbyterian church at which Rev. day. lie tells us that he had only $800 cripple and was considered harmless. J.T. Sharrard will oiliciate, will brgin at insurance on the house that cost 10 o'clock, ho that it may be through in his wife's millinery stock and and that Oihehviko our custom, the I.ntkkioh good time for the turkey. other goods, which were entirely conJol'hnal will appear a day earlier than The gathered harvests, tho wealth of sumed, were not insured. usual next time in order t lint we and our mine and mill, tho product of sea, air and force may have nothing to do Thursday, earth, tho priceless jewels of liberty unCITY AND VICINITY. but give thanks and eat turkey. Our der law, all the fruits of material and inLet Danks reptr mt watch. corespondents will plesse nolo and send tellectual vigor, warm the heart with the their contributions to roach here Wed- cheerfulneES and gratitude of tho true "Tiiubatknimi with sttowers, Tuesday, nesday. Thanksgiving spirit. warmer." i.. After services at the Presbyterian The old woolen mills builuingis being Elxiant wedding gilts at low pricee fast used for kindling by church Sunday, the membership elected some of the Wear-e- n Danka, the Jeweler. people of the West End of town. It John J. McRoberta and George D. elders, to fill tho vacancies occasioned Xkw Fall goods nt Mrs. Knte Dudder-ar'- s would stand the owner in hand to either by the deaths of W.M. Lackey and A, it forth-tsell purpose or prevont the dethis week. struction of it. A good deal of tho ma- K. Danny. Mack Huffman, P. M. Oraiu it III" V a gun front us nt cost and A. A. McKinney were electchinery has also been approprixted by ed deacons. Mocker's Cash Store. some dishonest senmpp. The Thanksgiving proclamation was . lot on Wtntley Avenue .for Horse and Ip our Lancaster friends will fight, we originated by Frnocia Bernard, captain sale. O.C Witters. nro glad that they do so on first princ- general and governor in chief in and ov lieu box bottotne, niest cutters, lard iple, that ia with fiat and skull. After er his majesty's province of the Massach Curt ltobinnau liitd tried ins hand on usetts Bny. It whs issued Nov. 4, 1707, cms, &e. IligitiiiH it McKinney. Clel Johnston, W. A. Arnold put a head and the form was that which has hetn, Nkw looks. Come in and get eonte- - on George I). I,rnk and LttHk tried to i. substance, adhered to ever siuco thing to read W. it. Mcltoberts. put it ntwe on Arnold. Noboly fierlous-l- Philadelphia Press. .. Society of the hurt as they might linvo been had pis Tho Hoi'sk and lot eoutiiiiilnu livearrea for tola been brnnght into requisition. Christian church of Hustonville, nnd sale. Mrs. A. B. Withers, Stanford, Ky. several other liberal donors have ordi .. Home Grown Lkmo.sb. Mrs. A. A. Btained glass windows for that church Ls these days of thanksgiving mid Snrher, of Sftelby City, has a There will bo cue memorial window in feasting, remember the poor. Send us a lemon tree from which she has gath- which will appear ti picture of their late turkey. ... ered some very fine fruit. The lemons pastor, Eld. W. L. Williama. The move "Fall in linn' and bring your pro- are considerably larger than those grown is a costly one but it will greatly improve scription to Craig it llocker, lowest price iu BUituier climes mid are as good or bet- the appearnnco of the church. house in town. tor iu quality. She has one on exhibiThe 127th anniversary of St. George tion at Her husbund's store which meas- Methodist Episcopal church at PhiladelTiik cold wave predicted for Sunday night failed to come to time and yes- ures 13 inches in diameter and weighs phia was celebrated Sunday. According nearly n pound. to data which has been carefully collectterday waa bright and beautiful. is claimed that St. George's church Myrrs House. Capt. Tho'msa Rich- ed, it oldest Methodist church in the Thieves supplied themselves well with ia the of Mr. B. W. ards, who has had charge of the Myers world, having been dedicated to tne meat from theButoke-houR- o ought to got House for tho past year, retires Galnea Saturday night. Ed worship of God and the rites of MethodHe will be succeeded by Mr. Al G. Hufftheir names for his paper. ism two years prior to the establishment man, who will be assisted by Mrs. M. 0. of tbo City Roads Chape), London, which W. L. Williams loft hla BurnBide. Capt. Richards has mnde a $7,000.-El- der is alleged to bo tbo first Methodist family in very good 6hapo financially, success of the business in every way ex- cbutcb. lie carried 5,G00 insurance in the jEtna cept financially nDd his legion of friends will regret to learn that he is out of the Life and f'J.OOO in the Knlghta of HonARM AND TRADE ITEMS. business. Mr. Huffman will make a fitor. Tho Richmond Register reports salea ting successor to the genial captain and J. L. Bbuck adra'r. of Dr. J. P. of 33cattloat3 to3J. It is to be hoped that ho will find a good dee'd, will Bell at public Bale in thing intherolo that be W. M. Dudderar sold to J. W. Ad assumes. Stanford, on Dec. 14 (county court) ac 11 For the present the captain will ams 20 barrels of corn at f delivered. take o'clock, 10 shares of stock in Huston- - things easy and seige the first good thing M. F. Herring sold to O. C. Vanars- vlllobank. dale 50 barrels of corn delivered at 31 that comes his way. A O. & 0. train near Mt. Sterling Tiikub will be an ontertainment at Sometimes such pranks work to the killed 12 large cattle and waa not derailthe Collego Friday afternoon, begin- satisfaction of tho funny fellows and ed. ning at two o'clock, consisting of music then again sometimes they don't. At The Winchester 8un notea aalea of and essays to which the public is cor- Hurrodsburg some youths wrote a decoy cat fat boga at 3 aud a lot of dially invited. letter to L. C. Hulburd, a stranger in the tie at He. Louis Walz bought of Wm. Meseer Houbk Sold. Mr. J. W. Perrin lies town, making a tryst in the public park Bold to Mies Mary Morgan, of Garrard, for a lady. He was there, bnt instead of a heifer at 2c, and of W. M. Bright a lot his house and lot in the wost end of n lady he met a mnsked party, who op- - of shoats at 2c. The Fall races of the Kentucky Astown for about $750. She will Ret pos- oned firo, expecting him to run, but he didn't, nnd while he was covered by re sociation bepin at Loxlngton yesterday 1. session January volvers, ono of the party etepped for and will continue 17 days. Kentucky vs. Ohio. Centre Collego ward to search him. Hulburd promptly In the 10 races in which the pac'pjr and the University of Cincinnati will knocked tho searcher down. The party mare, Nellie Bruco, 2:10 J, started this play a game of football at Cincinnati, set upon him to duck him in the lake, you, she finished first In every one. Thanksgiving, when the Q. A O. will but seeing hla bravery, they relented, J. 0. JohnBon, of Boyle, bought give low rates. ABk agents for particu- and, repairing to a restaurant, made mer- around Junction City a bunch of extra lars. . ry, with their Intended victim. The, joko good heifers and steers at 2J to 3c. Fifteen No. 1 cotton mules for sale, Some scampB, either for fun or kindling was turned, however, when they weta arwood, stole Mr. W. B. McRoberta front rested for Bhooting within the city limits. 10 of them work mules. They are fat Mr. Hulburd was herd Saturday taking and fine. S. H.Bbanka, Stanford. gate Sunday night. He will give a or for information a map of the town for a New York firm The OllDDer says a Woodford county for its return to the arrest of the guilty and seemod to enjoy the turn of the joke man sold 9,000 bushels of old corn to that will lead on tne Harrodsbarg boys. Chattanooga parties at 28 cts. a buabel, parties. i mi-Wee- InieriorJourne Wkddiwo presents at Danks', ot n ... ... J. P. Bailev Bold to W. M. Matheny toi oi corn in cue uoiii at Hoc. Andrew Creifa rili tnhnrnn hirn near Paducah burned. Alot of tobaccc, feed and three horses were consumed. Moses Kahn purchased of J. E. Phelps, who rente Goy. McCrearv's farm in tayette, 78 head of Jat cattle at 4 cts. Trevillian, 2:081. broucht f 3.050 at New York. A Connecticut man bought him. It. W. Ford, of Fayette, bred him. Gen. John B. Cstleman. for Bales it McElwaine. tf Madison, sold to Bottrke cocuran, their fine gelding Lynn B. for 000 DRY I am still Sole Agent for the Well-Know- n Wa- terproof MOCKER BOOTS. Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by using a pair. 1 t At tto Jersey cattle salo in Louisville four bulla averaged f42 25; 21 cows avprnged t78 07 and 20 hoifera averaged $34 59 H. J. McROBBRTS. e. Attention is directed to the unusually large sale of S. P. Cecil, administrator of W. B. Coci), which will occur in Boyle Uec, IU and 11. -- All but five of the 09 colts named in a J5.000 futurity stake at Milan, Italy, aro by American bred sires. Tno stake will be trotted in 1S93. Mills, who drives paced a mile alone BOYS' GMIJflHG A Specialty, ... grand-mothe- r. Wo-men'- M J25,-00- 50 ... Tbo wonderful pacing mare, Marion "herself." recently at Grand Rapida, And the following prices are made that he who runs mayread; w tho it any driver in 2:001, lowering the Booys Trowsers track record of 2:0SJ. $ 25 " Suits John It. Gentry, the fastest harness $ 50 ' race horse in the world, was sold in New Suits, all wool 1 75 York for J 19,900 to Lo wis J. Te wksburv. seal brown Cheviot 3 00 owner of the celebrated pacer, Robert J. " blue gray Persey , 2 25 Gentry's record ia 2:00J. ' dark gray " 2 75 Mr. Brent Hutchcraft, of Paris, pur" dark green Cheviot 2 50 chased of 8. F. Stone, 275 sheen Monday " dark brown plaid " 3 00 at2Jc. per pound. This makes Mr. " black Cheviott " 4 00 Hutchcraft 9C0 feeders on his farm near " S 00 Hutchinson. Carlisle Mercury. " Overcoats from 75 to 10 00 The team record for pacing stallions The lining of all these garments is elegant Satteen or Serge and the ia 2:12?, and is held by Maior Centlivre fit is perfect. "Best aoods for the least price" is the motto at nnd Frank Bogash, both of which are with records of 2:10J. The record was made to a wagon weighing 225 pounds. Charles Sandidge had great succe89 with his fine saddle atallion. Thornton Star, at the St. Louis Horse Show, iust closed. He took, among other nremi- ums, tho first money In herd and combined rings, defeating Ror McDonald I now have on hand now can be had and other noted show horses. Thornton btar has won about $1,200 in premiums this year. Stock Farm. Lancaster Court A fairly good crowd attended court at Lancaster yes If You Want Bargains terday, but there was little business transacted. Only about 25 cattle wero on tbo market. Butcher Btuff was alow at 2c; heifers and steers at 2J to 2jc. Plug horses and mules sold at SI. SO to 520. Cost Not Considered for a Moment. Some good mules changed hands at 40 to $70. " " " " four-year-ol- ds high-whe- el W. H. SHANKS. THE GOODS OUST - AT YflMJM WN FHKOH, CALL e$ TJS 3STOW. W. P. TATE, Bccauso "Wo Stanford, NKW ADVKBTISEMKNTS. D. S. CARPENTER, OF HUSTONVILLE, Will sell at cost two llureirt. one cut. under Iterf. one very fine Surrey. The Iluggies are first cltst jtti4 In every reipoct If you want a bargain call at once Ri.il oe the bill and get you a vehicle wm mat tou rauuacuon sure. Repectfullr, D. S. CARPENTER, Do Not ko t tB EXECUTOR'S SKLG OF a 130 ACRES! OF 11NE ...... select some few articles and tell how low we sell them, don't think th?t our goods are high priced. Our competitors know that, quality considered, we sell goods cheaper than others that's what bothers them; but it's your advantage. Our store was designed and arranged to do business with small expense, yet it is the most commodious and carries Penny's Drug Stoke. largest stock. y Wide-a-Wn- ke Blue 24 High-Bre- d Grass Land ! 200S Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths. ft&MbMrMS&MbSM ( r-- three-year-o- ld Jacks and Jennets, Polled Angus Cattle, Horses, Mules, Sheep, Hogs, Farming Implements, Corn, Oats and Hay. 50 An f Fxcutor of W, B. Ocll. deed., I will on Thursday and Friday, December 10 and 11 make sale of the above land and personal property. On THURSDAY, Dec. to, al the ho-rplace f of the late W. li. Cecil, about mile frr m the city ol Danville, Boyle County, Ky., tte Jacki, lennets. Horses, Sheep and some ol the Corn will be sold and on Friday Dec. it, the 1.130 Acres of Land, situated on the Danville and Perry ville turnpike road, in Itoyln county, Ky., about miles weit of the city ol Danville, and the re4 mainder of the personal property will be sold The second day's sale will be held on the lands offered for sale. These lands are of the best Blue Grass quality, splendidly watered, in a high state of cultivation, well fenced, with eod building and unusually large and barns. The land will be offered In three parcels, and alio as a whole. Ten Jacks will be sold. They are by such sires as Giant, Paragon and Napoleon. Seven are ready lor service, two yearlings, and one weanling. Fourteen high bred Jennets. 11 aged Jennets, all bred, and three yearlings. Filteen Brood Mares, all bred to approved Jacks. Six head of standard-bre- d mares and fillies. Ten head of geldings and fillies. Seven head of work mules six t year-ol- d mules, 13 a year-olmules, two year! tngs, six weanlings Forty head of Tolled An?us cows and heifers, one Polled Angus bull, 16 extra calves, six Jersey cows and heifeis, 300 sheep, too hogs. All kinds of farming Implements binders, mow ers, harrows, Ac, and 1,500 barrels of corn, 3,000 shocks of fodder, n.rce stacks ot oats, five ricks ol timothy hay TERMS. The lands wilt be sold for cash, and residue in equal payments at ia and 34 months, with 6 per cent, per annum interest, pat-abannually on deferred payments, and lien retained. The personal property all .urns under 55 cash In han. and Si$ and over at 90 davs, with 6 per rent Interest and note with good surety negotiable and payable In bank. Sale will commence each day at 10 o'clock. Any person desiring to make further inquiry will write to or call on the undersigned, and pedigrees of jacks and jennets furnllied on applicaS II CECIL, Executor. tion. T. D ENGLISH, Auct'r. 1896, e cnr-hald hleh-crsde one-thile Come in and see the beautiful line I show. Every piece of Carpet and Matting will go at remnant prices Come posted and see what a sur- prise awaits you. to-da- y. W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, &c. Stanford, Ky. . f Back of lYTy Flan-naga- n, to-da- y 1 Is the certainty of fulfillment one of them. When you leave of each and every your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guarantee that you will have an accurate and reliable timepiece. Promises 1,325-poun- Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. THOMAS DAITON. - H. . RUPLEY, St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Ky. - THE MERCHANT TAILOJH Is Receiving his .91 fMmMJmJt S6TFAIR WARNING. ro-wn- We want to give those who owe us fair warning that we shall give them two weeks more to setUe up with us, and if they do not come up in that time, we shall put their accounts In the hands of an officer. MKRSHON it GRKKR. Jn JLHH LvZsSssssssssssV ntEBFt rl Fit Km .sWl 7 rimmlM r.Mm f.W JEa MmHy All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. r Ol ts - J, X ? , t ". iw.Vt' mtftm Wi if 'Miiiify-'ir-r- "ST K7 (, tTT&Z r Semi-Week- ly interior Joornb AT Fabllafcod Evory Tuesday and Friday 02 FEU YiSA.lt IX A..D VuVNCiC n not so pud SH.60 will bt charged.- -. K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at ;:io a. tn., and 4:05 p. u., returning at 4:30 P. m., and g:o p. ra. L.&H. No. LODALTIME CARD. . -- . Ho, IS. Wc 15, No. sj, tj, Train " going North " " South ". " - 11 37P m .... is 1 3J pm 04 03 p m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains past Junction City at follows: oj p m No. North ...3 38 p m No. 1 South ' 12.04am " 4 " 3 .3H am " j ' ra ......8 35 P m 3 n " ' 6 " 10 ...1.49 ...6 00 Notk. Nos. 9 and 10 run no furlur Junction City. All trains itop there. am than pm ROYAL llln POWDER Absolutely Pure.' A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDERO. New York. ' A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' Drug Storo in the Owsley Umldtag. it M.raiiinrkv its ' sw-s-rv Family Disturbance Is always to be had when you make your purchases without looking at our line of biiits and Overcoats $5. S7.50.S8, Sio and Ji2. They Cannot Be Beaten Our Values are The Best. Latest. Neck-wearTh- e fiats ajpdSfyoes J3 And ShirtsAlways xs Style. WC23B The Globe J. L. Frohman&jCo., - 9 Danville. BARKER .HOUSE, J. F. DARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Per Day. " Ratei TWO DOLLAIIS Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Largo and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric reus 4 Prompt and polite service 10 guests. The old rellabla Singer Sewing hotel, the flouring mill is a daisy, the TfiD Needles ol all kinds. Oils and Machine Repairs rUlA preachers are bard to beat, and the doc- call at the Singer Sewing Machine Co.'s Office ' DrivinK into --2. MiDDLKiiona, Nov. Btanlord, Ky. J. W. Perrln, tors so skillful that they never let any- Opposite t Agent. this Green River Valley town, a etrancor body "pass over the river to rest undpr is Impresaud by tbo towering churcb the shade" If Bent for in time, while the steeple a that this is a moral and good comyoung ladles here have helped to give mlrjR-lio- g munity in which to live, and after Kentucky her reputation for with the people in their hospitable We will take your Corn and Hay at Highest btnutilul women. Price in Exchange lor Coal. iMiteus ol Stanford uoinee, the first impression ripana into n we will sell you Corn and Hay at Cost If you arc Jot F. Watkks. our Cool Customers. Hook your orders for Coal. reality. After KlVinp, a fellow everythinj: SON, Stanford, Ky. NOKI. Two Llvos Srtvod. good to eat, bo is put to sleep in n bed fiB UMrs. Phoebe Tfioinas, of Junction City, III., was eoftas downy feathers can make it and told by her doctors she had consumption and lh ! hopo for he wakes up next morning mighty glad there was no Discoveryher, but two boitK of Dr. King's completely curvd her and respect of the she saysNew he is living. I speak in this It saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggers, ijo Having bought of J. W Adams hit Coal Plant Florida dreadIrom citizens iu general and Mr. and Mrs. ful cold, SU, San Francisco, sufTercil tiled awithout and good will at Rowland, Ky .1 will continue the approaching consumption, place W. T. SAUNDERS Husiness at result every thin? else then bought one bottle ot Coal have charge said as he is well known In that McD. Royalty in particular. of it Dr. King's New Discovery and In two week was will . Three eplondid church edifices, Meth- cured, ito Is naturally thankful. It ts such re- endolthecounly. j. n. ,UG0IN-Sprove the odist, Oampbellite nad Baptist, speak sults of which these are samples, thatcoughs and wonderful cflicacy of this medicine In volumes as to the community's morality. colds. Free trial bottles at W. U. McKoborts" THE HUSTLINO INSURANCE MAN, Drug Store. Regular size 30c and tt. A protracted meeting began at the Methodist church Sunday, in which tbo Old Pooplo. Old people who requtro to Rev. F. L. Creech, is assisted by the bowels and kldnevs willmedicine true regulate remedy find the Is 'Agent for The Rev. V. T. Willis, of College Hill. The tn Electric Hitters. This medicine does not n- - whisky intoxinor other and contains Co music at this church is excellent, for I cant, but acts as a tonic and an alterative. I ' acts .Mutual L.1.C only on the stomache and bowcls.addini; strength heard it Sunday, with Midi Florence and giving tone to tne organs, thereby aidinc naAnd The Wesley, the bendsome daughter of Dr. ture in the performance of the functions. and aids diHitters Is an excellent Joshua Wesley, as organist and Mr. E. gestion. Old people find it appetiter what they Aotna Accidont just exactly Company. per bottle at W. D. McRoberts need. Price A. Wesley as leader of tho singing. I drugstore, joe , Beet and Most Favorable Terms ot Insuranco am told that there is always good singSometimes it seems to weary woman that she ing at all tho churches. must certainly give up. The simplest and easiest & &OXT, The Teachers' Institute will convene work becomes an almost insurmountable Us. Nervousness, aloeplessncss aud pain harass College next Saturday. living. Dr. at Janle Wash lire seems hardly worth the was made for her. A variety show exhibited here four Pierce's Favorite PrescriptionDiScovery was made Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Depot, nights last week at Keeney's Hall, which for her. The former is for ills distinctly feminine, JZ Nar Railroad Crossing, East of STANFORD, KY. the other ior her general system. Together they was liberally patronized, people coming supply a scienti6c and successful course of treat Corn and Hay taken Cheap.... healthy, from as far as McKinney. The women menu The Favorite Ptrocription restores feminine. Good, Clean, in exchange. Come and see us. regular action ol the organs distinctly the tis in this show are good lookers and high It forces out all Impurities, strengthens Medical sues, allays inflammation. The Golden kickers. Ten people and a brass band Discovery makes appetite, neipsinoigcsiion, promotes the hollows in the are in it and they will show at Liberty cheek assimilation, fills outsolid flesh and brings and neck with good, back the gladsome glow 01 girinood. every night this week. in sc stamps to World's Dispensary Send The members of the Knights of the Medicalsic Association, Uuflalo, N. V , and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 Maccabee Tent, No. 19, here have gone Adviser, Illustrated,page Common Sense Medical Ky vigor and say they to work with renewed Sole proprietor Deaa's lllack Diamond Root Uucklln'e Arnica Salvo are going to have a membership of 50 ere Paint. Estimates furnished for painting Wrud, The best salve In the woiM for long. New members were initiated Sat- tares, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores cuts, bnrness Metal and lion Roofs. Sallitaction guaranteed. tetter, chapwith Dean's lllack Diaiaond urday night, in which Depnty 8opremo ped hands, chilblains, corns and il kln eruption, s. All roots painted for years. Dealirs in bett Cisfaint guaranteed positively cures piles, or no pay repaired. It is tern Pumps and Galvanised Iron Kilters, (jalvao-tie- d of at Commander Elkln and tho commander Iuaranteed to give pcriect satisfaction or money 11 tt and lllack Iton Roofing uf all kinds. cents per Stanford tent took part. The lodge goat is refunded. Price 5druggist. box. For sal by W. It. MeKoberts wild and woolly and hard to curry. New officers wore olected Saturday night, with Sir Knight Reuben Staton as ComF. D. RILEY, Proprietor, mander; J. 0. Collinsworth, nontenant-CommandeKentucky. London. John Wesley, Past Commander; George R. Geter, Record-FiI have moved to ray new Hotel and am built: aoco Keeper; V. R. Coleman, Seargent; tepared than ever to accommodate the pntlic ?ocd Livery attached and .very convenience di W. P. Wesley, 2st Master of Guards; W. irsd Give me a call. TRANK R1LZY. J. Bryant, 2d Master of Guard; Thomas tj : : Jefferson Godby, Master at Arms; W. T. Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. A. G. I.auham John II. Cattleman. Coulter, Chaplain; Dr. I. S. Wesley, Tent Physician; G. 8. Durham, Sentinel; ColeSan Francisco. Portland. man Lustor, Picket. The officers, if I ..To the properly understand them, propose to vie with each other as to excellency in INSURANCE COMPANY attending to their respective stations and ......Via '1 he rivalry always makts things lively. OK LIVERPOOL. v--. For the lust several weeks a good many i hj i-- i . ' wagons have been running all the way '( from Adair county to McKinney via H5 BSRBEE & Middleburg, covering a distance of 40 or '( vjJCJU ,( U KO AUJHT yiilCASJjvryjt MANAGERS, 50 milee, with lumber piled on to the Only, Dining Car Route From each wagon's capacity. The oxtontof Commerce Building, Louisville amount paid to each team, teamster o Agents Throughout tho South. turnout, as you may choose to express it, days, is fjr each tiip, which takes four us.. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled i 17.50. I presume tho price of this lumlocal agent, Sleepers oi Modern Pattern. ber is high when it reaches its destinaFor maps or any information, address tion, as McKinney is the nearest accersi- Stanford, - - - Kentucky. ritANK J. REID.) f K.D.11.P.UACON blo shipping point. Railroads you know G. P. Agent, A or. 4 (. ) Chicago. Louisville don't do business altogether for health, I will take all the hides I can get fJTTT-Be sure to call for and if this lumber is shipped anything for cash trade tor niJLHO. Stanford ororatIn my home leather on Mooon Route. iu Olten-cllike the distance that Ward's ducks travDenver. St: Paul. ourtdays at Krp.lin, Tanner Chas eled it must come high to the final purchaser. Staves are now being shipped inabuudance from this county to New York City and thence to foreign lands. A decidedly sensational runaway occurred in this vicinity a few nights ago, An Anderson of an unusual nature. county man, George W. HickB, pged 23, stole his niece, Miss Alice Oloyd, from her home near here und it is the supposition that they reached some Gretna Green and have been made man and wife or haye decided on another WithSteel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed Nothing hus been heard from and Stubble. ihem. "Lincoln county is very much indebt ed to Cessy," said an old gentleman to And the like, and you should sec my stock andgct my prices' me Yesterday, "for some of the best citibefore you buy. Farm Wagons Lowkk Than Ever. zens wc ever bad were born in this coun-- 1 ty and went to Stanford to spend the. moat important pjrt of thoir lives, among them Dave Yandoveer, Matt. Portman, HERD O" THE W. P. Tate aod othere," and ho went on ElfcV.VtSSSfcfc. Rt present I overalistof names which can not recall, but I caught enough of 1" My Breeders were selected from tne b his conversation to know that he knew of this famous breed of swine in several rs.ff. n a v A splendid lot ot pigs of elil.w States. what ho was talking about. for sale. Ured sows a specialty, batit yrtHjJMasssslsslsBBBHssaSiri. Tina blacksmith who shot the "bomb" guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addict 15. BRONAUGH, in celebration of the late unpleasantness, Crab Orchard, Ky- by which expression I moan tho election wrong William as president of the of the TJ, 8., and which bomb tore up things in general and the Baptist church in particular, concluded that same night that tbo climate here was not altogether agreea ble to bis constitution aud like the Arab he folded his tent and silently stole: away, lost $00 in gold Mr. W. T. and checks Sundav morning, which was found later in the day by Mrs. McD. Royalty and returned to him. I did not see Mr. Thomas S. Benson, the Interior Journal's Middleburg correspondent, but J. was told that ho says Are the Cn'y Cash Men in Stanford on ho is going to move to Texas or Colorado, ns he is bound to live in a democratic State. Thd merchants of Middleburg, I have fiundout by a few days' mixing around among them, aro mighty clever, social and good business men. Tho country is thickly settled for milts in every direction around the town and they are nil apparently proepnrlng, carrying stocky of goods that would be crmlitabl-- to busCity iness houses even ia the of Lexington. The people say no section has a better postmaster than tho one here, nor u better school, transient cus. gtSTTry us and be Convin :ed What Cash Will Do. tomers aEsertthat they find no better THE STATU OF CASEY.. GARLAND SINGLETON for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party FOR SALE. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres ol Land, Kor Bale, Has on it a good, comfortable Dwelling of Bix Room., and all necessary outbuildings. One yard hydrant aud one for wa terlng stock, also a splendid, never Ulllng well, For luithcr particulars apply to J AS. I 1IAII.EV, jS Htanfoid, Ky. Post-umc- It a candidate Farmers. J. F. UOLDAM It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action uf the democratic party. far-fum- ed SAMUEL. M. OWENS Lincoln County, subject to the action of tho democratic parly.Vu I. a candidate forKhrnffof TREES I TB-EE- 1 1 NOTICE FALL, 1896. Full stock ot Prult and Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines, Small t suits, Asparagus, and every thine for the Orchard, Lawn and Garden. We cuiploy no Ageuts. 'I ry in on puces to iro the difference between those of a grower aod dealer. Catalogue on application to H. F. HII.LENMEYER, Lesington, Ky. 67.1m EHIMETT McCORMACK Is a canJIdate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the actiou ol the democratic party Your support is earnestly solicited. . , .: M. I ELKIN pas-to- r, M. W. JOH1TSOIT, Insurance Is a caodMata for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to. fc aition of tho democratic party. stlm-lua- te Klec-tr- ic Insurance ON IMPROVED FARMS ramlifltln for Aiiatuir rT I.lnrriln I'ltmiiu subject to the action cl the democratic patty, tnj, In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., semban. nual Interest; no commission charged. Address fuintBuj iiki your luppuii J GKO. W. DAVY. Room 17, Kenyon lluilding, Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur. Ihcr Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, AU 1 torncy, Stanlord, Ky, Is a candidate for Astetior of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party. Thinking the .Southern end of tho county it entitled to a slice ol the pie he asks your support. ? JOE T. EDIBRY C. G. MONEY To LOAN a RAKER Two Farms For Sale. ETOEL tie-a- DEALERS IN COAL, :WILLIAM3IORELAND to Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, nubjoct the action of the democratic asks your support party, lie kindly SAM W. MENEFEE Is a Candidate foi Sheriff of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic parly. J. T. JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, J. K. VanArsdale, DEALER IN Farm No, 1 contains sot acres tn Washington county, Ky,. the greater part of which Is in grass; well watered; with good iinprotemenls, Including new metal roof tobacco barn for 10 acre crop. This larm is situated 111 what is pronounced the bost district In Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable residence house. Farm No. contains 300 acres In tame locality, with brick drcllinsr, Large stock and tobacco barns. Une of the best Improved farms in the county. Doth farms art in fine stale of presetvatlon, well watered ond fenced. Cluteto R. 1. depot, schools, market and ou a tine turnpike. IUsl. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, 10 Stanford, Ky. NEW MILLINERY. Tbelttett things In Fail and Winter Mllllneiy now In stock and th ladies of Stanford and vlciui tv aie Intiied tocall in and se the latest styles Mitt Jaiboe hatairtvcd and Is ready to wait 00 her old customers aod as in. ny new ones as will come. MlhS LICCIH IIEAZLEV. Manlord, Ky. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Gooda'at the Lowest Prices. Be Sure to Give Him a Gall. THE DB, W. B. PEN1TY, RILEY HOUSb r; nsroo?xoE3 fcncM ! n- RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A god Residence House In Stanlord, with store houtc ou tamo lot, lor sale. The lot contains easily divided, putting store t, acre, and can l bouse and residence em separate luls. At reasonable price and en easy trrms. Apply to I. N. SAl'NDhKS, bunlord, Ky. jjlf Dentist, Stanford, Ky. All p'ertcni desiring Locust l'.ttt for ptank and ruling er wne frtice. can had what they want at my tioto nrar Cedar Creek, on the pike leading from Crab Uichird to Manlord I also keep alwatt on hand a geod supply of plank for fcliClug. All kinds ot lumber (or building pur. posts, aUj boards and shingle. Alt persons any article ol this ind can call on me at my stoic nrar Cedar Creek jstl t. W MNGLKTON. Juoeie.V M. S. IlAVOHuart J W. ItACuHHAh, H.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiETOMt- - J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lie-Co- LIVERY, FEED 5fe SALE " CSSTLEMS. U in 6uVrs his services o the pteple el West Full stock of Coffins and Cttcy Counties. nd Caskets always a hand. D.rj. Carpenter, Manager. OJ STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. firiiclus II you need livery give us a call. torratct. In our Nothing out turnouts will leave our ttablt. See u 3E.OUISirX3CX.3S TO CHICAGO. w. Q 'SHELBY & SHELBY, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee t:eiibb:l332, Props. Livery, Fccdnnl Sale Stable, Junction City, - prices. hrtt.clast work and satisfactory Try our hoise sheer Kentucky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. Plrst Class Turnouts, Piompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage ft iS 6m. respectlully solicited. Capital Stock Surplus 8100. OOO THE GIBB'S IMPERIAL FLOW, pro-ceedu- re. WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS Atttntion of the public it invited to the far that this is the only National flauk In SlanforJ I am still agent far Falls Branch Coal and will Under the provisions of tht National Hank keep a supply of all kinds of dial, to )ou gvt such art secured not only by tht capital liability tor aa as ynu want at the lowest poitlbln t rice lor Cash. stock, but bv the stockholders Oflice, Mill tit. aud RailruaiT Crossing, opposite tnount equal to the stock, to that depositors ot H, lllOl.tN-S- , a fund of $400,000. Roller Mills. this Institution art secured by J. Slaotcrd, Ky, rtvt sworn statements of theconditioti of the bank 37 art madt each ycarto the Uuittd States government and itt assets are tsamlntd at stated Hints y government agents, thus securing additiloaa indperfect safety to depositors. This instltutlou. originally establishid at tht ! Deposit Hank of Stanlord tn itjS, then ised as the National Hank ol Stanford in i$6j and again re.orgtnuedaa the First National Hank ol iuntord in iJa, has had practically an uninter11 a workman of rupted eilttcuce of is years. Ills better supplltd now with (acuities lor transacting business prompt ly and liberally lhau ever before in its long and honorable caietr. AkCounlt of corporations, fiduciaries, fums and individuals respectlully tolic-tt- COAL J 23.700 Superior Plumbing 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE Frost-Proo- d. B. K. WEAREN. BLUF-GRA- SS H - i, Tht Directory of this IlanV tt composed ol Closets, Odorless Fortstut Roid, Lincoln county; Pipes, PorS.T. Hams, Lincoln, Tubs celain J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; A specialty. WORKMANSHll' HtCOND TO S, II. Uaughuian.t Lincoln; NONE. Gill edge reference In and out J. S. Hocktr, Stanford; ol the State. Ask your Danvlllt W. A. Tilbble, Stanford; friends about my woik. M, D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky J. 8. Hocker, President; J no. ). McRoberts, Cashlnr; A. A. McKinney, Asst.Cashler f Water Water Bath T. F. CLARKE. R. Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Fanners Rank&Trast Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co nioy ins McKinney AND OF STANFORD, KY., It LOTrfullytorganired and rtady fcr business wills $200,000. 20,000. Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and H3- - Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it tor Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANrORD, Now closiug up) with the tant assets and under the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected at ato depotitort in National Hanks, ita tbarcholdera being held Individuals liaolc to the talent ol the amount of their ttcck therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tht amount invested in tuch thaics. It may let at eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully m an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us nhiU. inuaginfr the Lincoln National Hank ill Stanlord, we wo here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact. thctr buiinott with us, offering as a guarantee for piompt attention to samo, our twenty years' oxpcrionce ia bulking and as liberal Accommodations as are with sound banking, cot-tltte- nt Groceries, . Hardware, Stoves, &e. Blue-Gra- ss Attractive hm on (Jueeware. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Mocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonvilie. F. B. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours forJHealth, , James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. J I. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. 11. DlKICTOKt: Shanks.Stanford; J.S.lOwsley, Stanford; S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; J, II. 0slcy, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stadford; Wllllim Gco:hStanlord; A. W. Cirpenter,;Mllledsovillt, W. H; Cummint, Prescbonvllli S, H. Shanks. Prjslc'eat, Or; J.'B. OwsJey, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Teller. I V 1