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One of our leading candidates attei d- Miss Liz.Ie Pettus made a nice little talk and was followed by Messrs. Ac- - Ing tho colored Institute and when tl e ton, Curtis and Lewis, who talked elo- - query box was passed around he went for his pocket book, Intending to tic on quently and to tho point. NOTES. the Institute by a liberal The talks of Profs. Goodkulght, but on being Informed that that was Pinkerton and Shelton are always not In order, he retired and got a friend j to kick him. highly Interesting and instructive. Wednesday being the day sot apart, I take tho liberty to refer to a spirit for tho trustees the following were of fanaticism which is manifesting It- present: Messrs. W. O Rigney, David self among democrats, which mayprove Scott, M. P. Hubble. Weaver Dunn, hurtful in the end. I refer to the opand Dr. O'Bannon, who were deeply position to candidates or nominees, who have always been true to tho demInterested In work. Prof. T. C. Cherry is tho idol of the ocratic party, but who happen to enLincoln county teachers. Ho is an ex- - tertain a private opinion, different cellent instructor and by his gentle- - from the majority on a single issue, manly bearing has won many friends j Now this is the height of folly. We In old Lincoln He has shown himself have even had high tariff democrats, to be In every sense of tho word a high- - j and that is one of the distinctive differ-toncences between thn parties, who have Christian gentleman. Following is a revised list of the held the highest places of public ti list repeatedly, on account of their ability teachers in attendance: A mid' McKlniH'v. Fannie 'in'iif, ' and their fidelity to the party on the Mli' Norn Phillips, IVarl Phillips, I'annlo Under- general Issues. Does a private opinwood, lluli'ti Thurmond, Florence IIIIiIj, ion bar a good democrat from the emollalo llogle. Maggie Saerny, Hat'hol uments of ollice ? Common sense anAlia Micks, Carllo llnltn'luw, Annlo swers in the negative. Dunn, Georgia Ievs, Mags'1' Mr Hardy, Squire J. A. Doty, who has been ill Kalis Hays, Winnie Condor. Maltlo &icray, Eva Euhauks, Ella Wright, Clara (Sonde, for some time, Is able to bo out again. Mary Carter. Mary lli'lm, Jennie Pettus, Win. Wherritt, Jr.. of New Orleans, Is I.ucy Reumlds. Esther llureh. Mary Wilon, visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. ArtluiMi Clojil. Lizzie Putins I.lly IV ton, R. E. Hughes have returned to Uhi Moore, Mario Warren, Yessle Anderson, Mr. R. E. McRoberts and Jiinlu IVhind. O Ive Adams. Mrs. M. Coch- family have gone to tho Nashville Exran. Mm. Aila Crogor, Mm. Jim White. position and will go from there to K. I.. Grulilis. I.. It. Hughes, N. to visit Mrs. McRoberts' paC. IC. McClure, Grant North, W. It, rents. G S. Gaines has been appoint11. liaugh, M. J. Ilrough Sweurlngeu. A. I.. C. Uoooh. A. M. Warren, .Jacob Elder, ed a delegate to the Annual Prison C. M. Voung, I. M. Lewis, ?nui Young'. Congress, which convenes at Austin, John I'dinUton, W. I". Singleton. E.is Voung, Texas, Aug. l(i. Cols. Charles GallaW. H. Hallii, G. W. Curtis J. W. Acton. gher and J. F. Robinson, Sr., are atJohn Ware. II. s Young. J. M. Acton, J. II. tending Clear Creek Springs. Gen. D. Thomas M. E. Pruwltt, R. Collier, Wm. West and other re The institute will adjourn at noon to- - publicans attended the Louisville con day, when tho teachers will disperse to vention to help feed tho people on lr homes, many feeling that It was fy and tt,u about McK!nley making to have been here. pood cl.OJ)S nnd causin(? an auvance j i tho wheat market. J. H . Bauirhmnn HUSTONVILLe and O. P. Huffman were hero Wcdncs- Qulte a number of our citbons aro da.v buying wheat. The iolltlcal lloatcr is living in clo atteuding'the Lebanon Fair. Our public school bcgimi next Mon- ver now and the secret ballot system day under the able management of enables him to enjoy an abundant harvest. He can sell to both sides and Miss Kate Bogle. Our city clerk, Hlgglnn Woods, has lnen go behind the curtain and vote as returned from Latoniu, where he has ho pleases. But It Id foolish to buy a been clerking for E. C. Hopper. tloater to vote. The most npproved Our base ball club goes to Porryvllle plan Is to give so much money for all Saturday to play tho club at that place. the fish he will catch on election day, A return game will be played hero beginning at 0 o'clock aud remaining later. on the river until 7 at night, or employ Wo have heard a number of voters them to drive stock from ono county to In our city and vicinity say they want devised another. The cunningly next magistrate for the West End lo- schemes, employed by electioneers, cated in or near our town. L. B. Ad- constitute an abstruse science. Some ams has been named as a man that arc bought outright, while others are would accept and fill the place acceptreached in a manner that does not bear ably. the apjiearance of a sale. But seven Uriah Dunn took threo blue ribbons 10 Inlluenced In some way. on his sorrel marc nnd third out of are Is bought from the mermoney on Rosa S. In the 2:20 class A bill of goods In the bank trotting race. He Is at Lebanon with chant, a deposit Is made and a contribution Is made to the his string this week and goes from Somethere to Elizabethlown and thence to church, all with good effects. ostensitimes money Is given to a man Bardstown, after which ho will ship bly to buy votes, when In fact, it only South. evi- llxoa him. Another man can not be Combinations aro very much in dence in tho West End. Since tho bought like a sheep or a hog, but being forming of tho wheat combine, which busy in his crops, all he wants is $2 to now controls nearly .'10,000 bushels, hire a hand to work in his place while there has been formed a gigantic live ho goes to tho election. Often the stock combination. Thoy propose and wife promises that the husband will are buying all kinds of live sstock nnd vote a certain ticket, receives the monhave arranged to completely cover all ey nnd the goods are always delivered. the territory from Moreland and There aro many other plans which South, through Casey, Pulas- work admirably and it is a fact to be ki, Adair, Wayne, Russell and into deplored that many In the highest Tennessee, fully 100 miles. They are walks of life are Influenced in some shipping to Cincinnati this week ono way. lot of ISO sheep and one lot of 20. Dr. Taylor and his partner, who control Tho New York Journal is publishing the Tennessee territory, will arrive to- some excellent letters from Joaquin day with live car loads of Tennessee Miller, who is en route to Klondike. cattle. Tho responsibility of this firm Ills last letter mailed nt Juneau, says Is unquestioned. Prominent among Its that many of the hardships of the trip managers are the names of Dr. Tay aro Imuginury, adding: Thus far I have lor, Joe Anthony. James Coulter, F. had delight In overy hour of tho 2,000, M. Allen, Rev. Dellart, Tone Ilunn, , op nearly 2,000 miles that lie behind me Einmett McConnack, George Alford slncu luavintr San Francisco. And It and Allen & Lyon, of Mt. Salem. I Is no mean compliment to to this subwas told conlldontlally that they aro lime Alsskan land and sea and sweet going to get our Mr. Jim Harper to air to assnro you that I never felt quite In look after tho Liberty and Rolling so strong and well and we approach Fork sections. Every locality whero all my life. Tho nearer they have agents, except tho Tennes- tho less formidable aro all obstacles besee parties, aro connected by telephoro fore us. Tho walls of Jerlco are already with the .general manager, to whom down and wo huvo not once trumpeted. they report all purchases, shipments Why, If this keeps on, In U0 days moro and sales. Tho organization seonis to wo will enter tho Klondlko country nt Dawson In palace cars. be complete in every detail. j eont-ibutio- NO. 48 TEACHEItSMNSTITUTE. Miss Georgia Lewis, the assistant Naomi In thu nunio of u postollico just socretnry, places us under renewed obestablished In l'ulnskl. ligations for kindnoss in furnishing us Toiii Williams wim killed by an ex- notes of the Institute. Sho Is not only t1jj-trtt i1iitittt1li limit' Rmtiir.mt. , . nno nf tint hftriflkiimj.if lm mm t tint --.., ..J. A. Carpenter formorlyor btanforii, very best teachers in tho county, as nil ....,.....,.. at iciij- was appointed iii iiuvu miu u uuuiiuo io juugu giniuy vllle. testify. Prof. J. S. Gashwller, of Danville, The teachers are a more than usually has been elected principal of the Crab intelligent body of people and the laOrchard High School for next tession. dles are as a general thing prettier The Whitley circuit court begins than the average school marina. They ISM commonwealth next Monday with also seem to bo fully alive to the Uncases on the docket ami H prlsoneis in iortant work that they are engaged In t,l of Hell county, nd determined todo it conscientiously Mrs. K. II. Harrison, awoke to Had a blacksnako In her '""dwell. room and may die as a result of the. The Institute ojoned at 8:110 Tuesday fright. morning with a song by the choir. Itev. Mrs. Amanda Ycrkes. mother of J no. J. T. Sharrard then read an appropriV. Yorkes, fell and fractured her hip ate chapter and invoked the divine nt Danville Wednesday. Sho is very blessings on the institute. The roU was called and L. M. Lewis being abold and fatal results are 'eared. Garrett Patterson, a prominent young sent, the subject of Memory .vas passman of Jessamine county, was drowned ed. Dr. Win. Shelton gave a very able In Kentucky river, after saving the and instructive talk on Imagination life of Miss Harriet Hooker, who had and was followed by Prof. T. M. ventured beyond her depth while bathwho entertained the teachers ing. with some excellent remarks. At this Mies Kittle Hanna, of llarrodsburg, H)Int Profs. Garland Singleton and T. 7s trying to burst up the Lexington pa- M. Goodkulght wore made honorary pers. Sho had a suit already against members of thu Institute. Miss Kate the Herald for Si'j.OOO for saying she Iloglo then read a very excellent paper treated an orphan child unmercifully on "Tho Motives and the Will" and and now she lias entered one against the subject was further elucidated by the Argonaut for the amo amount and Instructor Cherry. After recess tho for the same reason. choir sang ''Bringing In the Sheaves," Wednesday's Enquirer had this dis- Miss Hogle acting as organist. InAnother structor Cherry gave a line lecture on patch from Uarbourvillo: was sprung In court tills General Principles of Education, fol sensation evening by Hon. I). K. Hawllngs, for lowed by Prof. Goodkuight, who gave the defono. going before the Judge somu good suggestions. Mr. M. E. n and tolling him that Congressman I'rowitt then discussed Opening Exwith ercises and gave the teachers some was at the rear of the jail armed men and that he had witnesses good ideas on this subject. Miss Florthere to prove the fact. The judge or- ence Hlbb was assigned Class Managedered six more guards to be placed ment and talked to lite kjIiU. around the Jail. This is the second alTUESDAY V. M. leged atempl of the Coloon followers to After the opening exorcises, Instrucassassinate Dugan in jail. tor Cherry took up Number Work and gave some excellent plans for teaching BRODHeflD. primary number work, after which Cummins Is very low and followed a lively discussion on this subAunt Polly ject. Messrs. Thomas, Ware and Is not expected to live. Swearlngeu then gave very InterestColyer A- Tyree's building Is nearlng completion after which the tlrm expects ing talks on Primary Physiology, folInstito manufacture monuments and a gen- lowed by heated discussion by caskets and robes. tute. After recess, Mr. Garland Sin eral line of colllns, Hiram Thompson, of Woodstock, Is gleton, the democratic nominee for . county superintendent, was introduced the guest of It. S. Martin. It. Uco by L. M. Lewis, came forward and Reynolds, prominent farmer of of Lick neighborhood, was In town Wed- made a good seech to the teachers Lincoln, showing that his heart Is in nesday. Denton and Judge William touch with the cause of education. At K)int Instructor Cherry IntroducCatron, of Somerset, were shaking this ed Language Work, which subject was hands with their many friends here Wednesday. Mr. Denton is seeking discussed by Dr. PInkerton in a very Is bitterly tho republican nomination for circuit entertaining manner. He He Is a clever opposed to having children swing on judge of this district. gentleman, but will have to hustle to the gates of technical grammar. Mr. Urough also added some excellent beat our present judge, T. 7.. Morrow. thoughts on this subject, after which Mr. Miller and wife, of Philadelphia, are sojourning with Mr. and Mrs. E. the Institute adjourned. WKUNKSDAY A. M. E. Protheroe until after tho fair. The teachers met around the organ company has everything In Tho fatr S:.'I0 and Miss Hogle led the choir. jwrfoct order for Its annual exhibi- at Prof. Grubbs read the 12th chapter of tion, which begins Wednesday next, Romans and Dr. Pinkerton led In prayand neither pains nor exonso will be who attend have a er. Miss Nora Phillips gave the Inuparod to make all excelpleasant time. We invite the good stitute a treat in tho way of an lent paper, entitled "Special Principeople of adjoining counties to lend us pled of Teachers' their assistance and help to (111 the and Hygiene was Work." Physiology introduced by Miss show rings as before. We are under Orchard peo- Minnie Hupley and discussed by tho many obligations to Crab was then ple for their services last year In assls-tln- g Institute. School Discipline and judges, .c, and taken up by Dr. PInkerton, who beus as startor lieves that teachers, like poets, are hope to have them all with us again. "born, not made," and advises tho lareMrs. J. Thomas Cherry has just to Lan- dy teaohers who were not born to teach turned from an extended visit and stop down aud out caster and Cincinnati and other joints. to get married tho school room. Messrs. Ware and 1$. Farmer attended the bedside Mrs. J. dropped some good hints along of her mother, Mrs. D It. Totten, last Elder - this line. Instructor Cherry then gave ivpi.W. who Is verv sick near Maretsburg. J. H. Cass, who for some time the teachers an outline for disciplinschool, which was very much aphas been employed on thu K. C. lty., ing a down news at this ollice in preciated. Is striking WEDNESDAY P. M. lieu of Mr. W. H. Pettus, who was callInstitute called to order at 1:.'K). Afed to Stanford for day service. M. G. Aldrldgo and J. Thomas Cherry set ter singing, Instructor Cherry talked upon tho subject of out for your town on wheels yesterday entertainingly before reaching their School Law, Taxation, &c, followed morning, but journey's end tho trip was ended very by Profs. Grubbs and Goodkulght. abruptly by Mr. Aldrldgo, who aimed Prof. Cherry and tho Institute discussed World Geography and the Instia little too close to a stump striking It walking with crooked tute adjourned. and returned THURSDAY A. M. machine and tho same kind of a face. Institute was called to ordorjat S:II0 Three sharp and after tho reading of n very 3 great patriotic meetings. greet meetings occur this fall In the appropriate chapter from Proverbs North. The G. A. It. encumpment and prayer by Rev. It. B. Mnhony, a The Sons of very entertaining paper on Special DulVulo, Aug, 211 to 23. encampment, Indlauupolls, Principles of Pupils' Work was read Veterans Sept. I) to 11 and the Union Veteran by Miss Annlo Dunn. Primary ArithLegion, Columbus, O., Sept. 21 to 24. metic was taken up by tho Instructor who Is well equipped for illustrating The Qu'jen & Crescent ltoute Is the lino to Buffalo aud tho most con- tho work, showing attractive- discs and venient route to all three cities. The colored sticks. Arithmetic was further discussed by Messrs. Goodknight very lowest rates will be ollered. Queen & Crescent Route. Low rates and Brough. After recess Miss Pearl Philips read August 25 to 27, for tho Danvlllo color ed fair. Ask agents for particulars a very creditable paper on Advanced Grammar, which subject was discussed W. C. Itlnearson, gon'l pass, agt. m r by II. S. Young, C. K. McCluro and The striking minors In tho Pitts- tho Institute, all scoring good points. burgh district are making little headTHUKSDAY 1. M. way, if thoy aro not losing ground. Tho Institute called to order ut 1:.'J0 by crusaders are still at Evanevllle. Five Superintendent Miss Kate Blaln. A mines aro still In operation there, but song was sung and Civil Government the agitators claim tho men have prom- was Introduced by L. M. Lewis. Sevised to strike. eral stirring speeches wore made on ' Trent, assessor of Allen this subject, and the rising young lawCharted yers had a good opportunity to air their county, was killed by a mule. 1 VICINITY NEWS. Hamirton FE1ALE Coffeoe, :l6xington, KY. the The leading- boarding" school for young women in State. Send for catalogue and illustrated Monthly. ,,,,, -- - n, T. IB. SZKZinsrasriEIR, President. J A STUDY How to pleae tho public and glvo thorn good value for LITTLE MONEY. Wo have opened a d, I Merchant Tailoring anil cut anil make Suits to please the trade. Pine line of goods In Koaily-mad- e Clothing, shoes anil Hats. We must please you. Sti'tson Hats on S.it- uiuui, i.uii. wan miu see mem. Department Good-kuigh- t, llrad-sha- w. ! Law-rencebur- g. .1. L. I'ltOHMAN Send us our order. THE G-LOB- E, .t CO., Diiiivllle. Hop-kiusvil- le ff Mi-- Where to Send My Girl to School Send Her to Stanford College. P Col-fo- It has full Courses of Study In all departments. It has trained nnd experienced teachers. It has all needful facllftles for tho thorough training of jjlrls In all grades. It was established for the welfare and eonvenleni'e of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let all the people of Stanford and vicinity. Instead of dissipating their Inlluence by patronizing other hchools, rally around tho Co'llegu and give It their united and hearty support. Next St'sslon'opi'im Sept. Ctli. Tor full Information call on Mr. Saulloy at tho college or WM. SHELfON. PitEsioENr. write for catalogue. taf-the- KJ i State College of Kentucky. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, Oilers Instruction In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, threo lines of Scientific Study, viz: Mathematical, Itlologlcal and Chemical, Classics and Pedagogy, each of which leads to a degree. Twentv-EIgProfessors and Assistants. Laboratories and Museums large and well equlpM'il. County appointees receive Tree Tuition, Matriculation, Fuel and Lights and Itoom Kent. Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain thu full collegiate year. Hoard In dormitories S2.25 per week. In private families $2.50 to S:j. Hoard, uniform, lxxks and washing need not exceed S120 per year. Fall Term Heglns Second Thursday In September. Preliminary Examinations first Monday In September. For catalogues and other Information apply to JBMES K- - PflTTEffSON, Pi). , I.. L. ., Pres. ht N Ex-Jud- A Word To You. Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, we have decided to adopt the THE CASH SYSTEM, Beginning July 1, 1SDT, believing that It will bo moro satisfactory to ltoth buyer and seller. No bad dubts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much less capital, our expenses will be less aud there Is every reason why tho cash system will prove satisfactory. Wo only ask you v try It awhile and If you And It Is not to your advantage, we will not kick oa your buying from merchants who sell on 'credit. We are satisfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to 23 nt com. cheaper than thu credit men and thl Very truly, should certainly bo an Inducement to you. FARRIS V & HARDIN, Mc-Klnn- '.' m ij .'J1 n WHEAT. We are prepared to store wheat at a loss price than jou can stoio It self. Call and see us and we your- - Will Either Buy or Store For vou. 1 II rl . J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. light-hearte- d HiBtiLQcust Herd Reg. Poianacw nas. Son of Mover's Model, No. 20.719. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,601, son of tho World' Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Fine, toppy young boars road v for sorvlco. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows la every respect, with a specialty, for sale, Tills stock Is strictly flrst-la-ss pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or conio aud te Headed by U. S. MOOEL, rjO. 38,353. al . m How to Clean Straw Uats. Take cents worth of pulverized sulphurand The appointment of W. II. Manker half of a lemon, dip In sulphur and us jMJStmastor nt West Liberty causi d make a pastu on hat, leave It on all a big kick and a primary was ordered night and dry, and in tho morning by Sonator Doboe, when Miss Nlckell brush vigorously, and your straw hat ' will bo new. won easily over him. m comTho republican State central Every dollar of gold In tho world hna n mittee selected an executive or cost over 12, and of every 50,000 gold commlttco comosed of K. J. mines in the world only two have paid. W. J. Davidson, R. L. These aro statistics which ought to' Hampton, Gwathmoy, N. B. Chambers and C. O. stagger even a person who Is getting Reynolds. ready to go to Alaska. The democrats of Virginia nomina0 Mrs. Robert Jones' was awarded ted J. Hogo Tyler for governor, and and in Tennessee against a railroad decided to chooso nominees for tho United States Senate by primary elec- a telephoue company for tho killing o tion. Tho Chicago platform and Bryan her husbmd. Tho wires of the latto woro wildly cheered every tlmo they dragged him from the cars of tho for mor and ho was run over. wero mentioned. see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Eggs. 31 for 13. They are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Bo.x 103, Danville. Ky. POLITICS 5 M UDDGHCAKinG BY i cam-pulg- 3. M'CLARY, Praotioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky Room Oppos-it- m $10,-60- 4 Some THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. August W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fo Aplate CVL; S.J. SHACKELFORD " Circuit Judge, M C.SAUFLEY. ' Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. M. F. NORTH. " Repretaitathe, " County Clerk, - GEO. R. COOPER. n.., ui.,rru. HARVEY HELM. ,imwmj 11 13. 1897 " Cinriii ""v'"SII Clerk, " Sherif, ' Jailer, Atreffor, Vff ftlKI 1 SAML. M. OWENS .. f. hold am. GEO. W. DEUOIW. C. G. RAKER. WM. LANDGRAF. Supt. School, GARLAND 3IXGLET0X r M !l t ft I over it. With the good material offered to select from we were fearful that a strong ticket might be put out, but our fears were groundless. The boss, which the same is Mr. Davison, had things his own way, and in the main 82lectcd only his servile henchmen and those he thought he could use to his comown advantage. The result is plete throw down for those who hnvo borne the heat and the burden of battle for the party those who stood by it when it could hardly stand by itself and gave it whatever of decency and desert that it possessed. Squire A. C. Carman, than whom a more honest and more worthy man never served a more ungrateful party, was forced aside for one, who has little or no pecuniary interest in the county, and who is an eleventh hour convert to tho alleles, we will not say principles, of the . o. p. and who went back on democracy because it did not rate him as high as he rated himself. Mr. Chappell may be a good man, doubtless he is in his way, but we believe a largo majority of his constituents will agree with us that he is the BEST man in the county to beat. Dismissing the other turncoats, there are three on the ticket who are fresh from democracy's fold, because what applies to one is equally applicable to the other and only referring to how completely the Negro, who forms the largest part of the republican vote was ignored, though there were sever-u- l candidates, we have only to mention that the West End was entirely left out of consideration, to show how of the political perspicuity that formutterly the ticket fails in each and erly characterized him; evidence of every particular. Not one of the lay which is shown in his assertion that out halls from that end, save Miss Kate Bindman will bo the contending man Blain, who had no opposition, which in in the race for appellate clerk. If he .the last election cast nearly means by contending that ho will be of the entire republican vote in the next in votes to tho winner, he certaincounty, or 428 out of 1,831. Why that ly sees tho situation as if through a end of the county was so utterly igno- glass darkly and we mourn with him red is past finding out since the candi- both over his "political unwisdom" and dates it presented were among the very his loss of prescience. It is neither a best in the party. Mr. J. T. Rose, than bandy of words nor a banter even to whom a more responsible or a higher assert that the race will be between toned gentleman dots not belong to the Shackelford arid Bailey. Hlndman's party of pretenses and promises that following will doubtless bo respectable, are never fulfilled, asked for the nomi- but it wont be large, neither will It be nation for sheriff, backed almost by the formidable, nor yet inspiring. He Is a solid support of his section, but he was leader without a following, a captain given a stone and that section the grand without a company, a host without a bounce by those who seemed bent only guest. Tho rank and file can't be foolon doing their master's will. ed again and while labels may be nothIn addition to giving the cold shoul ing and empty appeals for party disder to the tried and true republicans, cipline sro for ntiucht, they will vote for who offered for preferment, tho old sol that party which is more fully opposed diers, for whom republicans are wont tu tiiitlii t on n i J m nnntiHillvnt win nnil rt- iuimuitv,aui3iiii uviiiiuuituivii uu to prate and profess so much of love tcrnaij8m and to wlilcli they must look and gratitude, were alco given the mar-- 1 fop guecor jf they exI)Cct to get it. Par-bl- e heart. Mr. Carman was, besides tiM may be ln 0 llul(1 Blat0f aa Mr, being a capital man, a gallant old sol-- . Wattcrson is so fond of saying, but dlor, J. W. Adams, who also aspired to thov are running into democratic the judgeship, fought for his country, , streams in this neck of the woods at v. 11. amun, iea3t limi nro fully united against the while FranKf'oieyanu who wanted to be jailer, each have hon common enemy. orable records In the victorious army But excuse us please, Mr. Wattcrson, in tho late war. In effect the bosses we did not intend to disturb your rehave said to them: "Wo do not need you pose. We only wished to remind you any more. Go and live off youi pen- - wj,at, a poor hand you make in follow- ......... A.... 1. .1 i r sions and vote as wo tell you." s nig uiu auui11. leuu in tiiu vurj duitj That thero is dissatisfaction and a bubine39 of kicking against the pricks great deal of It can not be suppressed ..., of OP,,aston!1ii v brcathintr out even bv those who wish tho commit threaten in sis and slaughter against the tee's action endorsed. Dozens of men disciples of democracy, who in days who have nevei scratched their tickets agone loved to do you honor. Wo say that they will mark under tho roos- are optimistic enough to believe that ter this time, while others are offering everything is working together for to bet that the whole republican lay- good for them who love democracy and out will bo defeated. Those who vote that before many moons wax and wane blindly for anybody that the bosses tell we shall all fight in the same ranks them to will doubtless do &o again, but again. This can not bo accomplished there arc hundreds of republicans who "J abuse, for vinegar never catches . . . . . . . can not bo driven into support 01 a tloK- - flJ but b concuiation and not by ... Iswi.3 innun mv... w ....v. m. tiiub ut .!... uuto nnt M.ituifii ti Inn iw.ut In. Pharisaical declarations of either fac terests of their party or their county. tion that it is better than tho other. To But as wo said before we are satisfied that end we shall work with earnestmoro than satisfied with the work ness and pray without ceasing. So of tho commit teo und we beg to extend hero's looking back at you, Mr. Watto it ronewuls of our distinguished con- -' tcrson, and hoping tliat your great sideratlon and thanks for doing a bad may be devoted to healing tho ih en linillv. breaches, strengthening tho forces and Democrats, tho end of republican confirming the proml&es to the faithmisrule in old Lincoln is In sight. Gird ful. Meantime, shall It be tho chain- .,, c ',.,. .,' on vour armors and begin now to make . l""K" " ..-.' Victory us uvuiuvu as jfusaiuiu. ,.!!. .l..l.l,..l yOUr 11 one-fourt- THE lateness of the hour, G i M., Monday, at which the republican committee concluded its mighty labor, when the famous etlort of the mountain was discounted, precluded much comment in our last issue on the county ticket nominated. That it is as bad as it could possibly be, save in two or three exceptions, even ordinarily decent republicans agree, while democrats generally are delighted. We confess ourselves to a feeling of hilarity strictures made by the on this paper and its humble engineer, we lambasted the great editor in such a manner that fearing from his long silence that we had killed our old friend, If even In kindness, wo wrote deploring tho fact but entering a plea as we lawyers say, of confession and avoidance. To the latter article Mr. Wattcrson responds: as all tho Tho WTK'iMnn world knows is published at tho city of Stanford, in the county of Lincoln, and la .i1ltml l.v W. P. Will ton. tho stanch- iinil. if his will for- iwt if TCiiitiiiL-lim- i give our saying so, u democrat who would rattier oe wrong man irreguinr. Re thl as It may. the Lntkkiok Joint-N'Aturns its face darkly upon tho Courier-JournaIt can bee in our preference for the principles and traditions of the historic democratic jmrty Mini ntii oniMisitlnii to the combine of Bryan, Altgeld, Tillman & Co.. only the .uni of all political unwisdom, if not of downright wickedness. Wo mourn. But we are helpless. At tno same time we note tho friendly amiability of an old friend in tho following, which we quote from tho iNTKlttOK JOL'K- tne article.) nal. (Hero rouows dead: nor Xn. Mr. Walton, not vet speechless; but a little just a little surnrisod. If our esteemed contempo rary thinks that tho cause of truth is best served by partisan controversy, wo shall not disturb the trend of his discourse. But we do not agree with him. The country is passing through an era of transition. Those of the people who rise above mere organization and labels and they represent in tho aggregate a controlling element may not be reached by empty appeals to party discipline anil spirit. They require something more. Falling to get what they want through the regular channels, they will make their presence known in ways that tho professional politician can neither foresee, nor comprehend. Mr. Uindman is running for clerk of the court of appeals to win: and, if he is defeated, he will at least be the contending man in the race. Thus, when tho Intekioh Journal refuses to concede him more than u,000 votes, if indeed so many, that ended tho contention. Arguing from opposite premises we could go no farther. To proceed on such an assumption were simply to bandy words. It would bo but child's nlav. and. though neither dead, nor snueiihless. wo drew out of what seemed a profitless search after truth. That was all. And we looks towards you, Mr. Walton! Passing tho effort to make light of our paper and our town, both of which are little but loud enough to be heard from occasionally, we feel to congratulate ourselves that Mr. Watter&on still lives, moves and has his being, even if like the boy that tho calf ran over, he has nothing to say. We didn't shoot to kill him but only to knock a few of his feathers out so that he could not at tempt to soar so high above us poor, ordinary, every day democrats, since he has gotten to be a grand, glooming and peculiar ''National" democrat.who no longer condescends to mark under the lowly rooster, but must needs substitute Jefferson and the hickory leaves. In parting with old friends, Mr. Wattcrson seems to have parted with much Courier-Journal .Tni-HN'A- time ago in rcsponso to some WHILE in convention ostensibly to nomlnato a candidate for appellate clerk, the republicans who went to Louisville were really thero to boost their charges for Federal pic. They know that there is slim show of again getting anything from the people and in aulaw and compliments to tho-thority wero for their ears and not their denunciation of the civil service the people's. Beginning with Senator Dcboc, who was temporary chairman, and running all along through George Denny, who was permanent presiding officer, to the hist little they ripped and snorted at civil service and glorified protection and repubn, l. frce-stlve- r- populist-ropublic- an licanism. J. C. Balloy, of Magoffin, was nominated for clerk. The resolutions endorse the National and State administrations and virtually demand tho repeal of the civil service law. The cut and dried proceedings wero soon over and the world wont on revolving as was dominated by usual. Tho blow-ou- t Hunter and Todd, but it is said that there was no time that Gov. Bradley, had he been present, could not have taken it by storm with one of his captivating speeches. the lT gives us pleasure to state authority of a leader of the National democrats in this county that they are inline this time for the democratic county ticket and will vote it almost to a man. We were satisfied that these on h men who were led by conviction to part company with us for a season could bo depended upon to stand with us in tho local races, especially after Briefly Told they saw what a mess the republiA Negro who murdoted a white man cans were making of things and since they have presented a ticket that If at Brunswick, Miss., was lynched. Philip Hlnes. of Delaware. O., Is elected, will make matters Infinitely Ills surviving wife Is In-- 1 dead, aged 107. worse. Let every man who has the 07. terest of his county at heart come up The Russellville city council has to the help of tho righteous and all in November and thereaf- granted saloon license for tho first will be well time In 12 years. ter. John Shackelford, a brother of the Nearly all the delegates to the re candidate for appellate clerk, died at publican convention looked on U. S. Owensboro of consumption. Esseck White, a Negro, who attemptSenator Deboe for the first time and wero not particularly struck with any ed to criminally assault a woman at Nathing but his size. Physically he Is a cogdoches, Tex., was lynched by a mob. giant, mentally ho is a pigmy and Umpire Tim Hurst was fined $100 he Is a fizzling failure. The and costs at Cincinnati for striking a republicans' first Senatorial effort does sjiecuitor at a ball game with a beer not oven up well even with the most glass. mediocre of men who have filled tho Anna Robinson, while sleeping in a position. bed with her two children, was killed nenrBordentown, N. J., by her Insane The commissioners of the Lexington husband. Lunatic Asylum ask the governor to Frank C. Conroy, of Ogdcnsburg, N. remove Dr. W. F. Scott from the Y., was executed by electricity In because of incompetency prison for tho brutal murder and because of the factional fight thero of his wife. the unfortunate ininates are not receivFurther reports show c normous loss ing the necessary attention. Tho govof life by the recent earthquake in Inernor will doubtless remove him and dia. Over 4,000 deaths occurred In the Dr. Rhorer and make a new deal all hills. around, and he can not do it too quickl- Cherra A magic lantern showman at Vance-bur- g yshot at John Brown, a desperate HURRAH for tho 4th Indiana dis- character, and killed Pllmmer. trict It elected F. M. Griffiths, demA Brooklyn man, who had just been ocrat, to succeed the "old objector," who had died In harness. His plurali- released from prison, shot his wife bety Is 1,152, or 300 more than that of cause she refused to live with him, and Mr. Holman, who for so many years then killed himself. Thad. Butle.i and Jcs-i- Pearson, aged was the Idol of the district. Besides 11, fought a duel with knives in a by a republican, a populist opposed Mr. church near Little Rock, Ark., in Grifilths. which lioth were fatally cut. The governor of North Carolina County Judge Jlrcathitt, of Chris called out the malitta to protect a Ne- tian county, held that Walter Whit gro ravishcr, but it was like locking field, colored, had a right to kill John the door after tho horse is stolen. When Summers, colored, In defense of his the soldiers got there they found the home, thus upholding tho unwritten Negro swinging from a limb In the law. school house Sunday oven lug. Bro. Thomas Is much loved by tho people here and overybody was glad to sluiKe his hand onco more. A gentleman who Is responsible for what ho savs told vour scrlbo at Alc- Klnnoy the other day that Squire A. j n Puiiiifiinr kmIiI thov would show tho un Negro, Butcher, just how far he would Aio the prices at the Uuisville Store, Everything marked down to meet the ' qireuionts of the time Quality, stylo mid worth arc onorillceil to our dedre to for assessor when the proper time which meant that he would lio lla,t competitors and this makes your sent to the roar, where ho and his nice will remain so long as iney auow brethren to use tho huh. If reports bo true, tho Ron. Rev. Fred Grldor can not be trusted, even by his own political brethren. Soon after the Inauguration of Gov. Bradley, as reports go, Mr. G. W. Dye, Jr., for u position as guard at the IHJiiltontiary and requested Rev. Grldor to ussNt him in getting the place. Rev. G. assured him that all would bo The goods arc renxonnblu, desirable mid never so cheap as now and well. Mr. Dryo has lately boon ap- Opportunity pointed, but not through tho influence t'ic few wonderful viilui"-heriteinicil nre hut examples of huutlrcdi of nther3 of Representative G rider- - on, no, but throughout our store. The Loveliest on the other hnnd, Mr. 1). has found out that the man for whom ho had torn his shirt to elect to the Legislature had betrayed him and while claiming to be working hard for his appointment, tho parson was using his best endeavors to secure the place for his Selling of the feiuon starts Monday with special offerings Our entire son, John Grlder. This preacher-po- li stock of Summer Dress Goods hns been marked nwixy down nnd to bo itold at 5 cents tician seems to be sort of a per yard to 15c for the best, consisting of Organdies, Dimities, HiitNtuj, Ac Heavier Dress Goods In fancy, figured nnd plain to bo sold nt marked down price, kind of fellow, and 60c goods for 30c; 30c good for 15c; 25c goods to bo sold nt 10c. his former most ardent friends blush Women's line Hosiery and Vosti ...Our 25c Vests nnd Ho-s- will le oold thU week at the mention of his name. nt 15c; 20c stock for 10c und the bust that can be Imd nt 5c. f ( it-rsur-euni- Gat Even Deeper! o, ( men-whit- e Money e up-pli- Saving WASH GOODS News Belts and Leather Goods. Noil can a ways find what you wniil here in ladies' or men's boltf. Ladies' white kid belts, tan, black, green nnd oxhlood at 2c each, A few more dress skirt and waitts to be sold at a still lower price than ever heforv. Ladies, misses nnd children s n'lppers to be sold at unheard of values. You must g.t a share. Wc cill your attention to our new Fall line of men's suiting and wo arc prepared to give jou information and prices on tho ly Which wo are going to soil cheaper thnn any one cUe. tyles Come and re convinced, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UUHANSKY A CO , I'HonuirroBs. D.in-nemo- ra T. D. 31ANEY, Makaokii. i Purls, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, liawrcnceburR, f'ynthlana, Versailles, Eoii nence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown. Frankfort, nnd Mauckport, Ind. El-dre- w I ! have In stock yet some of thu Nicest Goods of the Season Both in IjidioV and riiildrcn's anil the prices will bo remarkably LOW. I would now rather hnvo what t'loy coit thin to car y ih'in over. I'leaio tea them whether you buy or not. o H. J. MoROBERTS. court-hous-e yard. I ( I J ( . I I The democratic Senatorial conven- tion for tho 26th district, at Williams- took 140 ballots without result. " Henry Kldd and Miss Martha Haz-letendorsement Gov. Bradley wants both of Rowland, wero joined than that the convention gave him, avail Is heart and hand Tuesday. but come to think of It what H. W. Dlshon and Miss Mattio Tho HIOGEST 5c Tablet on tho market. A select llne.of the endorsement of such a disreputable puck of pie hunters as assembjed at Bunch, of Crab Orchard, were married at Faulkner Dlshon's Monday. Louisville Tuesday. A woman at Lynn. Mass., who deTHE statement that McKinley would stroyed her lover's eyesight by throwmake a tour of Ohio in the interest of ing acid Into his face, was held in 0 Hanna and speak from the tall end of a for trial. to match, In the latest Tints iro" DimIi".. Out cur Is denied. Surely the president of A sensation was created at Vunee-bur- g Ilox Paper and Tablets with Envelope "lips" on the latent stjlu from our Hue. tho United States could not have by O. M. Shaw, who swore out a thought of making such u humiliating warrant charging his beautiful young spectacle of himself. wife with bigamy. Miss Suslo Gentry, sister of Ghris V. A family named Hugins Is trying Gentry, of this plueo, and Thos. Gento hog all tho olllces in Breathitt country, son of the lato Peter Gentry, of ty. One wants to be county judge, anBoyle, were married In Cincinnati other county clerk and a third superin- Tuesday. tendent of schools. They are brothers II. B. Scrivner, clerk for W. D. Old( and belong to the tribe who think thoy ham & Co., dry goods merchants, and can not live without office. Miss Rachel McCord, an heiress, both V statement Is made that West of Richmond, eloped to New Albany The Virginia has S913.707.77 In her treasu- and were married. Since April 2 nearly (500 of Kenry. A republican administration has for a defi- tucky's republican patriots have been just taken hold. Look out ciency at the end of that administra- rewarded with fourth class postotllces. h tho number This is moro than tion. THE BUUE.QWA3S1HCRD of olllces in the State. The widow of the Inventor of the big Middlebiirg, Casey Co. Thoroughbred Dure: Jersey RED HOBS, wheel at tho World's Fair tried to mai-r- y Watermelons will probably be scarce Divine Healor Schlatter, but her My 1irttUrs wero from tho beat lurJi ot hero this year. All of tho first bear- friends interposed. She Is wealthy oftlil f.imous lirntl of ilm In foreral Statu A ing were beaten off by tho heavy rains, and tho healer wanted to get hold of uploiiilld lot ofpUnof (llllrrcnt acn lor lule. llrtnl now a Satisfaction tiu:iiautccl. &o Mr. B. K. Swope tells us. her cash. ollcItvl. Adilrtv Tho meeting at the Methodlstchurch TheCInclnnutI Enquirer says: WhenR. H. BRONAUGH, is progressing finely. The pastor, Rev. ever some body dlscoveio an iron aI Ouliard, Kr. Creech, is being assisted by Prof. or a piece of jellow earth, thcllan-n- a Faulkner, of Barbourvlllo. The meetorgans gleefully shout that gold is ing will continue through this week. going to bo plentiful, and that tho silver peoplo are going to be utterly conThere will bo a grand Sunday-schopicnic hero on the first Saturday in founded. Even if tho stories about the -September, in which all tho Sunday-schoo- riches of tho Klondike region are half Everybody in- true, all the gold that can bo brought will take part. vited and expected to bring full bask- from that country In a number of year cannot relieve the monetary distress. ets. Is) Receiving his- Rev. John Thomas, father of W. C. If gold enough for money purposes Dr. Phil Robot's, of Richmond, has Thomas and Mrs. W.T. Miller, attend- could bo supplied the silver men would ed tho Methodist conference hero lust be satisfied. What thoy want is money n oillco at last. He has been appoint-towGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give htm a Call. week and preached at Turkey Knob enough. cd pension examiner at his town. of an t, We would like to kuow what more MHTRMONIflL. School Books and Supplies. AtCRAIGcSt HOCKER'&I - 11- $1,-00- "fcy METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, 1 1 A.CS1NEJ CEILING, Yr Vis SIDING, STANFORD, Kf. FINISH. one-fift- Farm and Yard Fence. Corn's-oiiiciK- tt py-rit- e, tal-lon- ts ol H. C. RUPLEY, ls THE MERGHANT TAILOR -- .j. n, SPiRAC AND SUMMER GOODS. tiitd TMmnninn rnnniuAT Nbauly TllltoUOH. A dispatch from Burbourvllle saya that Common.MnssitS. K. C. Walton ami Kuwait Whbat is still advancing. Store wealth's Attorney W. K. Kamscy was Saulioy attended tho Lebanon Fair your wheat with us. Those who have making the concluding speech in tho Stanford, Kv., August 13, 1897 Wednesday. stored have gotten the benefit of 10 to Dugan trial for the killing of Colsonat Missbs Minnib and Mattib o'clock last evening. There was gome 1!) cents per bushel rise. J. II. Daugh-maof Hustonville, were gu csts of probability of acquittal and in that K. (J. Walton, JHminixs Manaokil Mrs. A: Co. Din-widdib. du. and mks. j. h. owsi.uy are Nnw waist sets, links, dress pins, pearl studs. Dunks, the Jeweler. 1 1 tt W.P.Tate. Miss ICati: HauohmaN. of HustonlNtiisciui'TiONSaro 111 led right ml ville, Is tho guo-- t of Miss Mamiu Wilnt right prices ut Penny's Drug Store. son Carpenter. Mils. K. G. Hail drove up from SomPERSONALS. erset yesterday and is with his wifo at Mrs. G. D. Woaron's. .IrtKii: W. II. Vahnon is baolt; from KBV. J. 15. CltOUL'II ami Messrs. K. Nashville. H. Woods and J. II. MeAilster attendMihh Lorisi: Kmiiiiy, of Louisville, ed the association at Somerset. In thugtiL'.tt of Miss Mury KHkln. W. C. FoitT, re)rescntlng Mayor t Mits. II. 1). CShkooky and uhlldron Sehllch, engravers, Louisville, 'was returned loCiiuyHin Wednondny. bore yesterday soliciting orders. Mils. W. II. Shanks l in Madlon Mils. Nannik Wbahbn went to Lexto spend a fow wuukri with hot parents. ington yesterday to reside, much to the MlSS.Io.sniMllNK Kkid is with hur regret of her many friends here. She cousin, Miss Virginia llowman, at Dan- will keep a boarding house at 'S2 Fast ville. High Street and will be glad to enterMiss Nirrni: Wkay Ih vlnltlng Miss tain Lincoln county peoplo when there. Hossio Ulchnrds at tho Clemens in DanMits. J. 11. Kinnaud, Mrs. W. IS. ville. Cook and Mrs. J. A. Kobinson, Mr. J. l, Mil and Mils. I. M. Dunn, of V. Cook and Mr. J. A. Kobinson, of t. aru visiting at Mrs. M. S. Atlanta, who had just joined his wife, Clakknci: K. Tati: and G. T. Lack- wlio Is on a visit to relatives, dined ey HjKjiit Huvcral days at Crab Orchard with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Paxtou Wed11 Gar-rortUiuigh-man'.- will sell tickets at ono faro for tho round trip to the Hrod-heiRELIGIOUS. Fair Aug. 18, li) and 20 good till Kev. C. II. Ncal will at Hnlls 21st. Tho same rate is given to tho Gap church, this Friday night. Louisville colored fair the same dates, W. M. Muttingly sold to a Mudison good till the 2:ird. county paivy IS cuttlo at '!c. The Kandoiph Macon chain of schools J. H. BAUiillMAN ,cCo., were paying 7i cents for wheat yesteaday, which is the most extensive among Southern tlioy Informed us was the highest Methodists. price tho market afforded. They said Mrs. Lucy Anderson dropped dead they are more than willing to pay more while shouting at a religious meeting and will do so when tho market justi- at Altamont. & N. ul h 700-poun- Tub L. event trouble was feared. d fies them. sought after. Tub splendid country home of the lato II. S. Withers will be sold at pub-li- e auction by the executor, Mr. Fores-tu- s Keld, on tho lth proximo, together with a line lot of stock of all kinds. The placo Is one of tho most desirable In this section and will doubtless be much SprlngH. nosday. Miss ICati: Hays, of Crab Orchard, HOME NEWS, is is tho guest of Misses Magglu and Juuniu Hooker. School clock 00 at Dunks1. Mnssits. I. M. Mii'ci:, II. J. Durst TKY our Silver Leaf Tea. Warren nml Hoinor Wray attended tho Leba& Shanks. non fair Tuesday. Mil J. II. Fish, of California, spent TltYour Gold Camel Ceylon Tea. a jMjrtlon of this week with bin nephew, Warren & Shanks. Mr. I. V. Fish. MONKY. Wanted to loan $700 on Mil and Mils. John S. Wih.ls went real estate. Call at this ottlcu. up to Crab Orchard Springs Tuesday to Hpund a week. Look out for Severance & Sons' Miss I'kahl Ui'knsidk and George table lluon sale next wuek. A. MoKoborts went to Lebanon Tuesday to attend the hop and fair. W. S, Kmhky la buck from Kock Civile SprlngH, where ho say there is n delightful crowd of Mas. C. !. HaKKII, of Kingbvllle, and Mrs. Hopper, of WlUiamstown, are guest of Mrb. W. II. O'liaunon. Mil and Mits. A. C. Sink and Minnie have returned from Pennsylvania after a very pleasant visit to relative. Mils. 1. V. Ukkkn, of Lexington, and Miss Mollio Wright, of tho West Km!, are guests of Mrs. J. K. I'ortman. Mils. AN.vn: Vanhuilst, who hns been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Josiah lllshop, returned to Lexington yostor-day. splendid shape. Mr. Hamm also informs us that Col. Jordan Peter Chandler has been secured nt a considerable outlay of money to act us ring marshal for the fair. 1 New-lan- next week when tho Kockcastle county fair will be hold there, and Secretary K. II. Hamm tells us that they have all been recently worked on and all in All loads will load to Brodhcad Bakn Buknbd. Mrs. Alice d brought us the news yesterduy of tho burning of J. Harve Collier's large barn at Crab Orchard Wednesday night. It occurred about o'clock anil its origin is a mystery. He had just School supplies In every line at put 100 bales of hay In it and that with lowest cash prices. W. II. McKob- - 100 barrels of corn, a lot of loose hay, ortH. two mules, harness, 70 barrels of bone dust, were burned. The loss Is An elegant line of Fall and Winter fully $1,000. goods coming In dally. Call and see. ! Crouch. No preuohing at Walnut Flat Saturday night. Preaching Sunday at 11 A. M. and 8 V. M. by the pastor, Kev. G. II. Turner. A Texas preacher came down out of his pulpit long enough to nssist in a lynching and then resumed the thread of his discourse. Kev. W. S. Grinstcad will preach and administer sacrament at MeKendree next Sunday morning this being his last Sunday for conference year. Kev. Scott Anderson, of Crab Orchard, is holding a protracted meeting at tlie Providence Baptist church In Boyle and there havo been several additions, Sunday morning, 1.1th, The Southern Presbyterian membership is now 211,001. There are 2,Sl(i '"H churches with 1,'19'J ministers. The union services will bo held at Tho the Christian church Sunday night oughly Ilest N alwavs Imitated. Tho Superior Is the Genuine Disc Drill, Has been thortested and gives satisfaction. All and will bo conducted by Kev. J. B. fringement on the superior. Suit has beenother Disc Drills are an experlmi nt and an InIn jli. "S&spt S. C pany for Infringement. entered the V. Fanners, Investigate before buying. ourt against no eo -- HIGCINS & M'KINNEY. Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, MA TTING. We nre making preparations for a big output of goods. When you hear our you will then know we mean to sell the goods. Our aim in making these unprecedented prices is to reach out and furnish our adjoiding counties, which fact has always proven itself whero n customer favored us with a call. We are here for business, quick sales nnd small profits. pri-pric- cs with increasing interest. Kev. C. II. Ncal will preach next W. W. j-ggglil c, H.C. Kupley. mm m and costs In Judge Caion's court Tuesday for disorderly conduct. . John SMITH, colored, was lined ?." TllBKB was to have been a free temperance lecture at the Methodist, church last night by a member of the W. C. T. U. A LITTI.B son of John Murphy, of Mnywood, died Monday of whooping Mils. Job 1 Watbils and Mrs. J. II. cough and was burled In UnlTiilo cemeYeager have boon visiting the family tery Tuesday. of Mr. Strothor Yeager, uear ProviA SLIGHT shower fell Tuesday, but dence. serit is as dry now as a mld-sumtncr NOT Dead- .- Postal Clerk C. II. Hay- uen, of tlie Iv. C., tells us that the pa Iers which published thut Norman Ar- go, tho Negro dwarf of Paint Lick, was killed by hogs were mistaken. The lit tle, old man was considerably damaged but ho Is up and all right again und Mr. Haydon frequently sees him when passing Paint Lick. By tho way, Ar-gwho is has never ridden .... ... .... H t uu t. iiiuu 1.... uubuiiue in nis nie, we are told, and then It was by an accident. Ho was helping some ono on at Lowell and the train started and he was taken to Paint Lick, a distance of one mile. 80-od- d, o, I - 1 Gboiujb Vauohn, little son of Mr. mon. The weather Is pleasant though and Mrs. V. A. Hull, out one of his and living is not as bad as it might be. logs severely with a corn knlfo a few days ago. Gbohoia, 15 months old daughter of Mils. Alicb Cloyd and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Watts, of Kowland, Miss Ktta Iielle, aru back from a de- ? SBVBltANCB Post, G. A. K., will go into camp Frlduy, Sept. 17, near Kings-vllland remain over tho following day. There will bo no end of speakers W. T. B. White will sell his splenand a big time is expected. did farm of 5110 acres situated on the nrstroquiringnmajority, the latter of tho voters to make It opera- Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike, at boy, Dave Kennedy, Tub lf.year-olwlio was convicted of carrying conceal- tive. The jieoplo of Lincoln have ex- public auction on Sept. 14, If not sold K. Powell Is conducting. ed weaKjns a few weeks ago, was par- pressed themselves by a decided ma- privately before. See ad. next issue. The recent nnd floods In Kbv. and Mils. J. T. Siiakicakd left doned by Gov. Bradley and ho is now jority in favor of free turnpike and the second election on tho question will Gonnany have been the worst since Wednesday for Harrison county to stay the happiest Uy in the count. doubtless emphasize by even a greater 1S70. Keports show 2S5 lives lost, and a month. During the time Mr. S. will TlIB tax books aru now ready and voto their intention to make the roads a property loss of over 150,000,000 hold a meeting at Client. Mlssbs Mattib and Jizssik Pov-r.L- you will please come forward and settle free. As an original proposition, we marks. free turnpikes, believing it imwho have been visiting friends in at once. Tills Is my last year and unIjiucnster, jas&ed through to their less your taxes are pa'd you may expect practical, but we bow to tho will of the FOR. to seo your property advertised. T. D. majority and shall now do all in our homo in the West Knd Wednesday. Thi-Ivaon-of land J, mile from ICclCIn Newland, S. L. C. power to see that that will is carried Mils. II. K. Hmuirruiul son, George ikv; lias good lmuoof ft rooms and good out. Tlie election Is not for the o outbuildings. Tor Information upplv to O. MeAilster, loft Wednesday for their Watbhmblons. Mr. John II. VV.u.tkii, k of delaying tho execution of that A. AYai.ti.ii, Klngsvlllo, or i future homu In Ml. Sterling. Mrs. tho llrst to bring waterStanford, Kv. will. It is only to correct a wronir and Kllza Portman will go in a week or two. melons of his own raising to town. make the validity of the bonds to be Miss Makim.' Hakims, of Nashville, They are not very largo and the Ding-le- y sold above question. tnrllT is on them but they are go)d a school mate of Mrs. W. P. Walton, Is her guest. Miss Harris visited hero and sweet and the people buy them The Lebanon Fair, which is being several years ago and made many right along. hold this week, is ono of the few Kenmm friends, who are glad to sou her again. Miss Ellkn Bailou's studio will tucky Fairs which Invariably makes Jl'dch: Thomas M. Owslby, of be in the Myers House for tho cession money. Hard times do not keep tho Green, caino on here 'from Kdmon of offer Finger and hand gymnastics people away, nor do they prevent them At -' o'clock m. I will Homo,"for sale on the promise.., "l'ori'st tho beautiful ton, where he went toattond the burial with the Practice Clavier will be used front playing tho endless gambling country home of tho lato 11. ?. Wither. of his partner, II. K. Kvans, and will as tho necessary aids to form correct schemes that hold forth there. EveryTho Earm fow weeks with friends and spend technle and give owor and flexibility thing Is run "wide open" and the man wlio wants action on his money can get relatives. 196 to the lingers. A metronome will be it on short notice. The stock exhibit Chahlks II. IIaydbn, jk)sU1 clerk used' to perfect time. All pupils will on tlie Iv. C, has been given a run be- study harmony and Use the Clavier ono this yoar Is hardly up to the average, In n high state of cultivation, iell watered mid fenced, rich and productive, uclludapt tween Louisville and Ashland and will hour a week free of charge. "T havo but tho races, which take up the entire ed to tho growth of grass, grain, tobacco lako It In a fow days. Ho will get bet- been much pleased with tho Practice afternoon, are good and most of them and stock raising. A largo frame dwelling situated In a yard of forest and orurmental ter pay, but his friends here dislike to Clavier and its uso has convinced mo of are hotly contested. Tho tree, extending to pike In front and nicely Tuesday was won by Sallic Bronston, tut ved from front door to road, with woodseo him leave. its superior qualities as an instrument acres and garland on back of Mil Jambs F. Cummins and wife, for the technical part of piano prac- an outsider, and tho Lebanon sports den andono side, on other, 40containing good orchard who played Col. Thornton, because he fruit, well arranged and fenced. The dwell Mr. A. A. McKtnnoy, wife and Miss tice." 1. J. Paderowskl. was a homo horse, and every ono who ing has s rooms with halls, orchcs, pan Kdna Courts, H. N. Holler and wifo, and cellars, all In u good state of reFolcould raise the money did, went very trvs well Teach bus' Entbutainmbnt. Joseph Phelps and Dr. K. L. Davitou work and every necessary d pair, went to Louisville Tuesday, most of lowing was tho program for last night's badly broke. Tho best race of Wed comfort. Outbuildings aro good servants' rooms, barns, Mables, crib, buggy houses, entertainment, by tho Teaehors' Insti- nosdiiy was tho 2:10 pace. Durango granerv, them to tho convention. and pond In 100 yards, won tlie first two heats, but judges saw grass, stock lots well arranged and fenced, Mits. M. D. Klmoub. Misses Callte tute: wolli, ponds and springs Stanford Orchestra Millwood's driver "pull" him and when cistern at tho door,of water. Horton, Janlo Wearon and Linda Mil- - Music and nu abundance Miss Esther Buruii another driver was substituted tho latlei and J. Warren Hocker joined the Recitation Will offer 100 acres with all Improvements "How the Old Horsu Won" tho Bet." ter liorso won easily. Tho 2:14 trot of iilxivc mentioned llrst, then about 40 acres crowd to Gethsemano Tuesday. Miss by roifd, mid and Orchestra tho samo day was a cako walk for Tem- In fiout of housetract cutoff Florence Trueiieart, wlio liad intended Music as described will bo also tho entlie Address Prof. T. C. Cherry ple Wilkes. Thero Is little or no Lin- offered, retaining the right to accept best going, was sick and could not go. "Universal Expression." coln county stock there, but a number bid. purchaser will get Immediate possesMil T. J. Cuhtis and daughtors, The G. Hutrinan of people from this section are in at sion of farm; house, jnnl and garden Jan. Mrs. A. Misses Dora, Mamie and Kva, of Som- Vocal Solo Miss Flora Ballon tendance. Lincoln's products consti u.iry 1st, IsUS. erset, are visiting their many relatives Kecltation At tno same tune anil place will sell live "Mad Marguerite." tute a good portion of the business stock ami stock audciop, consisting of county. Mr. Curtis is a candiin this Orchestra men of Lebanon now. W: F. Cabbell date for counselman In his ward and Music M. E. Prewitt and Smith D. Yowoll each havo gro- Twelvo Good Feeding Cattle, a Lot of Year If the Somerset people know him as Declamation lings. Thoroughbred Jersey Cows, Calves, "Proctor Knott's Duluth Speech." cery stores, tho latter managing the well as his friends hero do they will Horses, Hulos, Sheep, Hogs and about 20 s Music Grocery; J. L. Elkln Is Orchestra elect him. Stacks of Hay. Chairman--EB. Kltchle. tho leading butcher; J. D. Holderman Missbs Nbllib and Sub Whitlby Commltteo L. M. Lewis, Misses has cliargo of tho electric light plant; Teumi or Sii.c I'or stock and crop all and Magglo Wilson Carport MUIHMIY sums under i0 cash; over that amount 3 and Durch. W. B. Holderman, K. L. and K. T. pouter, of Lincoln, and Misses Lelllo mouths tliuoon notes with approved security. Tho land will Ins sold for Kobcrtsand Annie May Yeager, of Tho performance was to have been en- Mattlngly have good positions with cash; tho remaining In epjal composo a house party tirely an impromptu aliair, to which tho Koller Mills, while John A.WallDanville, will payments of 1 and 2 years, legal Interest, this week by Miaa tho public was welcomo If It promised ace, who rocontly married and moved notes to bo dated from day of saloand Hen to bo entertained retained on land until Annlo May EvanB at tho homo of Mr. not to bo neither critical nor hypicriti-cal- . from Stanford, has a blacksmith shop I'or further Information, all notes aru paid. apply to of his own und is making money. F. KEli), Executor. and Mrs. J. H. Hutchlnga . Advocate. o, lightful trip to Niagara Falls and other K!nlH of interest. CAIT. CiBOItdB II. McKlNNKY came homu from Crab Orchard sick and lias been at Joseph Price Infirmary for treatment since. MIL J. M. Siiiold, of Lexington, passed up to Plnevillu Tuesday to lead the singing In a meeting which Kid. C. died Wednesday of whooping cough and was burled at Highland yesterday. Bond Issue. By an oversight, wo failed to mention In our last issue that tho fiscal court Monday made another order for an election in November on tho question whether or not It Is the sense of tho peoplo to Issue bonds for tho purchase of the turnpikes. A similar order was made recently, but in order to remove ail doubt of validity the second was made. We shall now vote on tho question of freo turnpikes nnd the bond Issue at tho same time, the two-thir- day's performance at High Bridge, but he declined. "What is your age, if you care to tell ?" we enquired of Dr. T. "Forty-thre- e past," he jestingly said, then added: "Sixty-liv- e years old." Ho is, however, finely preserved with his 100 pounds weight nnd may marry airain. Hebron Branch Store nt Hustonville, II. Camnitz. Munntfor. church, Walnut Flat; at Ncals Creek at .'J I'. M. and at MeKendree at 8 o'clock P. M. Ho mid Bro. Grinstcad will con" titme tho meeting at the latter place for two weeks. Tito fourth and last quarterly meeting of the .Methodist church will be hold here Saturday and Sunday, 14 and 1.), beginning nt .'I o'clock Saturday with sermon from Dr. W. F. -MtiO Vnughn, P. E., and quarterly conferEverything In stock to supply your wants. ence sermons at 7:45 i m., 10:40 a. m. V. Sunday and 7:45 p. m. & A preacher in Daviess county, Ind., while attempting to frighten some unAnd Stationery at tho Lowest Cash Prlcta. ruly boys, accidentally shot a baby In m his congregation. He had been dis- ES turbed repeatedly and that night ho rc took two pistols and luid them on the DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. pulpit. When the noise began he shot like a woman throws a rock with the above result. Tho child will die. Craddock says ho asked Talmagc to take a drink of Bourbon after his SunIf you want- - at WITHERS. STANFORD li. m SttigiSiSg! i Scfioof Book. SCHOOL TABLETS tmMmm: I -- a W. B. MoEOBERTS. The Best Disc Drill On ecrth call on B. Iv. Wearen & Son, who will also sell you Buggies, Carriages and Road Wagons as low as the lowest. OR DISC HARROW d cloud-burs- ts B. K. WEAREN & SON. d RENT. Je-s- s an pur-lxts- I Paste This In Tour Hat. Our stock of Shoos for Men, Hoys, Women and Children Is second this section. tononi-In 4s-i- m i Fine Farm for Sale. I- How-lin- g Tuesday, Sept.4, 1897 Contains Acres, 07-u- s. Our Sehool Shoes Are made of leather and tho prices are right. Look 11 at this when er at COc; S we say all leather wo mean leather, i to"J.J all leathto 11$, all leather, at 90c; 12 to 2,a!l leather, at Si. free-for-a- ll A Nice Oil Cloth Book C2C" With Satchel each pair of School Shoes. llnl-hc- leo-ho- SEVERANCE St SONS. ?', ii.,f. lfclS. w, .39ggl .NOT ONLY Haas' Hog Remedy Blue-Gras- . Mc-Klnn- ey Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, A sure. cure. EST" Hut ono-thl- rd two-thir- ds makes them fatten. -- ,. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. o. wJH-i.- lJ y.J : Imm- - J. IXMEMORIAM THE INTERIORJOURML aa.i3Trtia.vo $S PJCllViCVltlXAUVANClC - When not so paid OF MAURICE WHITE CAEl'KNTKR, Who departed this life at Manchester, Ky., on Friday evening, July, 23, 1SD7. fflg.CO will be charged, mM KENTUCKY CENTRAL time cod. DIVISION. P. Trains leave Stanford at 7 10 a m and returning at 4. IS p. ro. and a 05 p. ui. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. ,.12 37 p in No. 21 Train going North .. 3 IS a m " " South, No. 26 " ..12 01 p in " No. 25 " ,. 1 27 p in " No. 21 " For allirolnts. TURO'JOH TICKETS fOLD. UAGOAUE CHECKER THROUGH. Tor any Information enquire ol JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass .(unction City as follows 4 02 p NV liSotith .... 1 ,7 a in No. 2 North 3 46 a 1121pm " 4 " No. 3 " ...I 30 p " C " 11 Mam No. 5 " " ...6 00 a 1 of the dead in justice. Friends delipht terms exact to extol the virtues of departed loved ones and the voice of envy and of malice is silent In the presence of "tho great mystery." The grave covers all faults, and the ancient maxim, "De mortuls nil nisi bonum" Is still potent. It is therefore not expected that obit uary notices should be precisely accurate. In many cases, nearly all cases, this tenderness to express the exact truth concerning the dead operates to tho advantage of the departed. Tho reason is plain. Tho imperfections of human character are such thut the ordinary mortal suffers from a true statement of his life and habits. Uut there are truths stranger than fiction. Could I portray the life, habits and character of Maurice Carpenter in language simple, vivid und true, the account would excel nny eilogy It is diflicult to speak of Nil 9 Kono further South s. than Junction City, netlhcr do.they run Sunda) FRANKFORT p. x. A.M. 2.00 3 15 4 Note-N- os. in m , m m 8 20 li m "10 5 and 6 do not run Sundays, 9 ami110 nation. There arc somo things beyond finite comprehension; and one of them Is an angelic character. Howev- that could be devised by man's imagi- aWchCIIH ATI Ar RY. A. M VIA OEORULTOWN. 23$ 60S 720 6 10 50 Arr'.eotvetown, Frankfort, Lve. Somerset, ' Jet-- City. " 12 55 11 31 6 30 r. m. Lv 9V 1145 820 630 300 5 30 8 40 Arr 1'arls Dally except Sunday CD.HERCAW.G. P.A. Ro7l makca the food pure, wholesome and dellclou. mi POWDER Abioluteiy Wre PODta CO., Fit imperfect beings, It cannot describe perfection. For this world Is not the place selected by divine wisdom for perfection. Therefore, "whom the Gods love die young." When the fruit Is ripe it is not allowed by tho gardener to hang longer. When human character has reached perfection God removes the human frame and makes the spirit immortal. Maurice Carpenter was lo years of age. Had he lived we are pleased to think he would have carved his name high on the scroll of fame, whatever profession he might have selected. But it was not to be so. He died. Yet in the memory of those who knew him he still lives, and will ever live. "A monument more enduring than brass" was reared by his beautiful life, by his er strong the language of Woods & Lynn bought of J. E. Bruce a fancy bunch of yearling sheep at He. Wheat was quoted In the local market yesterday at 7(c. Hobt. Anderson and W. G. Finley sold to Simon Welhl 100 cattle, weight 1,433 pounds at 4Jc. Georgetown Times. C. B. Hold's Balk Line was bought In by J. II. Smith at his selling price, $72., at Newport, a few days ago. Mr. Held had entered him at that low price In order to get less weight for him. Tho Winchester Democrat notes sales of 151 high grade ewes at$l, a lot of feeding cattle at 3 to 4c and 200 hogs at 3 to 3.35. Not very many cattle are being engaged for fnl1 delivery just now. Grass and water are plentiful and cattle aro doing well; 4 cents can easily be obtained, but feeders aro not willing to take It. The greatest wheat section In Kentucky, If not In tho United States, Is the Nolin Valley extending from the Red Mills to Long Grove on ono side of Nolin and from near Sonora to White Mills on the other side. Embraced in these boundaries is about 40,000 acres of land and It Is about as fine as a crow ever flew over. This year 10,000 acres of this territory was in wheat and it has produced an average of over 30 bushels to the acre. Ellzabethtown News. Tho best crop of wheat In Madison county we have heard of yet was that raised by S. W. Lackey, of tho Whites Station locality. From 15 acres he harvested 540 bushels, un average of 30 bushels to the acre. The J. W. Zaring Grain it Mill Company bought Friday and Saturday between 4,000 and 5,000 Thomas bushels of wheat at 70cts. Phelps sold Friday to Simon Welhl 45 1,-5- ! MERCHANTS' CUT KATHS NEW YORK. TO is Fast. To Enjoy tho Summer go to chants going to New York to buy goods, starting on August 7th, Sth, Dili, 10th and the 27th to 31st inclusive, will pur chase a regular one faro ticket and ob R. C. WARREN, tain a receipt from selling agent. This Com'r Lin, Clr, Ct signed by the secretary receipt when of tho Merchants' Association in New PIANOS AND ORGANS. York City, will entitle the holder to fare, returning anytime within 30 days. Address for Terms, Ac, Decker Pros'. Pianos. s will be allowed at BaltiHaines Pros'. Pianos, Ellington Pianos, more and Philadelphia in either direc- GUS. HOFK&NIT, Proprietor, 1). II. llaldwlu Pianos, tion. The Chesapeake it Ohio is the Fischer Pianos, Ac. Crab Orchard, Kv. 33 only lino from Lexington and Central Estej Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Makes. Kentucky with through service to New See my Goods mid (let Mv Frlcos lleforo you York without change. For sleeping 10 W. T. WHITE, Crab Orchard. ipiy. car space or any Information, wrlto or Stock of MillinA A. tl. Laniiax. Jou.s. Castlkman. call on agents of C. it O., or George W. ery, carefully, Everything I'stmlly Ciurlcd. embracing Barney, til v. pass, agt., Lexington, Ky. . tore roon i well located ntul rent reasona- Ou account of the Merchants' Association of New York, the Chesapeake it Ohio has arranged a round trip rate of li faros on the following basis: Mer- 'The Winter Of. Your Discontent- - NOTICE. Pursuant to an order of the above Court at the June term. 1M7, all persons having valid debts and claims existing against the defenilelit. SiH'ticer Hubble, on the 17th ilui of NovemlKT, IMM1, are notified to produce their debts and claims procrlv verllled as required bj law to me In inj oltlco at Stanford, Kv., on the 21st day of August, 1S07 ded!. Wm. Hubble, Committee of Spencer Hubble, Plalntlir. vs. Spencer Hubble, Defen- Lincoln Circuit Court. Notice. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. Stop-over- FOR -- well-select- sale:, MIsS M. S. LOO AN. You Eitr Try Electric Hitters as a remedy (or your trouble r If nut, get a liottle now and Rit relief This medt-clu- e hashfen found to W itvull.irly adaptod to tho relief and euro of all female complaint, exerting wonderful, direct lutluencv in Klvinn Mruutth an" of aptllS tone to theorvanv If you hate lt constipation, headache, fainting wlW or a nervous, leenltis. excitable, melancholy or troubled with iIUjt epulis lUwtric Hitters is the medicine ymi need. Health and strvnxth are Kuarantetil by its nv. tuny oo cents a imiiieai w. u. .Mcuoicrii drug store. Did ble. Terms easy. 4I)-- U eot Iltistonvllle, Ky. F. REID, Stanford, Ky., INSURANCE COMPANY Has for Sale GOLDDUST HORSES, For both Saddle and Mannas Purpose. Al-t- OK LIVERPOOL. o Jorsej and Short-Hor- n C&ttlo, Poland China BaRBEE S CaSTLEMS. MANAOERS, Hogs, Southdown Sheep, ( all or There Is nothing jut a good ni Dr. King's New rimlcn Individuals of txst strains. wrlto your wants. IMseouTjr fir Consumption, Coughs and Cold', ki demand It and do not permit the dealer to Ml you Ho will not claim then-l- i anysome siiiwtltute thing tatter, but In order to mule imiropront he Oriag Bros. Pure Bred Poultry. to lo Jut as ginl. You may claim something Poullrv Yard. Ilf.vlo Co. ltluo-Griiwant Pr KlngS New Ilciivery lieeausr you know There is yothimj so (Jooil Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the outh. te ss CT. A. TKIBBLI, lxsl Agent, mtf YORK. BAJUNQ T. T. SUTTON", Undertaker, - Hurtonville. ntucky Offers his services to the people ol West Lincoln Cask-et- a and Casey counties Full stock of Coffinsaud , always on hand. D. S. Carpenter. Manager. CANDY KITCHEN. I cau now supply the people with Fresh Candy of many varieties and superior excol- lency every day. I am making it niy-ol-f and guarantee satisfaction. 01 vo mo a call. J. A. STEPHENSON. Stanford.- - Mason Hotel MUS..U. I). SIMPSON, Pror.. Iiucastcr, table. in. jet Everything trams. : Kentucky. s. Newly furnished: cleau beds; spleuited first-clas- Porters 85) DR.. W. B. PISNUTTT, unselfish devotion to his friends, by his bright and winsome manner, by his uncomplaining endurance of buffering, by his quiet and patient death. His manner was not like Chesterfield's, for Chesterfield sought only his personal advancement and aggrandizement. But he had the grace of Chesterfield, with a consideration for the rights and feelings of others that Ches His brain was terfield never knew. perhaps not as brilliant as some others have been, but he had a strength of mind, a depth of judgment, a righteousness of thought which, united with his application, were sufiiciontto overcome all obstacles. His fiow of spirits and of wit was the delight of all with whom he was associated. His very presence lent cheerfulness to every occasion. Above all, he was a Christian and He did no lived a Christian's life. evil; he thought no evil; he knew no evil. As guileless and pure as a newborn child, his life was a revelation to all who knew him. His patience In suffering has never, in my observation, been equalled. He never murmured, never complained under the keenest anguish. Ho prepared for a dltllcult and dangerous surgical operation with the same quiet-nes- s and cheerfulness with which ho would have gone to dinner in health. He approached his grave "like one who wraps the drapery of 'his couch about him and lies down to pleasant dreams," and when "God's finger touched him and he slept" the heartbroken watchers might well exclaim: ffreutlst, : Stanford. : Ky. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, S&?j "Holy angels now are bending To receive thy soul ascending To the joys of Heaven unending, There to reign forever more." M. FARM AND TRADE, Wheat was up to Wednesday. feOi t Stanford, Ky Office over McRolwrts' at New York Dru Store in the Owsley HullJinZ MBIMOIM1M0IN1OIMM ) September wheat went to 81 jo at Chicago and is selling at Louisville at 82c. like Dwyer Is said to have dropped $100,000 at Saratoga and is now dead broke. Ornament won the Derby at Detroit In a gallop. It was worth $7.0tj." to the winner. of a mile Clcophus made In l:00j at Saratoga, breaking all previous records. Monmouth, the noted stallion, died live-eights THE POPULAR MM MOM I ul MIMOM0MMS(N10IN1 MOMBIMM01N1OIN1M OM0 DMoMMIMa . near Charleston, Ind., of Injuries a month ago. M0MMOIN10IN1 I Joe Patchen, '2:01$, and Star Pointer, O1MIM0IN1OIMM, 2:02, will meet at Chicago, Aug. 21, for a purse of $4,000. H. T. Bush has about 00 bushels of nice, big, white, rye seed for sale; fnl made 20 bushels to the acre. V F. Hold sold to J. II, Baughman & MWMM Co. 200 barrels of corn belonging to H. S. Withers' estate at $l.6T. M. 1 im. K O. P. Huffman bought of Woods & Wx I Lynn some butcher stuff at 2!c and of J. H. Baughman somo hogs at .'Jc. W. T. Sutton bought privately MonM combined horse for day a mM $35 that would have brought four times that amount five years ago. A. W. Carpenter paid for and received tho deed from R. H. Logan Monday acres MM for the 3T boughtof the Pendleton JenKA IUJ FItANK J. REED, recently at $30. kins land vnicaico. G.l'.A... Officers of the Florida Fruit ExE. II. HACON, Loulaville. OWl! change now estimate that the crop this fMlfFtl ti.V.A INKS) fall, In Florida, will amount to between IBIINI 150,000 and 200,000 boxes. Tho growers are very hopeful. Q0M0 Kf'M mm mm OM0N MMMOM OIMM0M0MM0 mu M0IMgMMEMOi: M0M0W3O llll(mm JX s ld export cattle, average weight about at bounds, at He. Same party also usual low rates. Summer resorts open. bought of James Nolan 35 at same figConey Island, The Lugoon, The Zoo, ure. Register. etc. Championship game of bao ball, SOMERSET. the Reds vs. tho Chicago. Ask agents or see small bills for particulars. As the author of this article has been a quill driver for your paper for yeurs, Jiueklin' Arnica Sidit. I again Intrude upon your readers with The net saUo In the world for cuts,, hrulvs ulcers. salt rheum, fever a few items from Pulaski's capital, sores,hands, chilblain, corns and sores, tetter, chapall skin eruptions. ped plies or no pay where the writer has taken up his It posltlrelj cure jorfect satUuctlonrequired, Ills or money reguaranteed toglte ubodc to enter ujon ncwspaiwr work funded I'rict 25 cents per box. Kor sale by v U. and receive the blessings and cursings Mcltobvru, Druggist. MS that all such receive some day sooner TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY. or later. Take Ijmilve Ilromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggist Somerset can now be classed among bale by W refund tho money if itA fall to Cure For II Mrltolvrts, Crslf Hixler and ti. those cities of the "dry ones," as the L. Penny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. last licensed saloon went out a fewdays cramp or colic nnd Liniment ago and you now tuke "ice water allSloan's and pain. etirvt McUol-r- t W. II, Imi It. ache straight." The officers are keeping Sloan' Liniment Is the great family remmore than a sharp lookout for violators edy, it penetrates ho outckly. S'old "by W. of the law and are receiving plaudits H.'.McKotHjrt.- Stanford. from tho prohibition class and the first of tako tho Illcvclo man who undertakes to run a "blind tlu'lr'lnmo rlilerSwith Sloan's "kink" out For Liniment. hack will find his statue more demol- sale by W. II. McKolwrtn. tiger" m ished thun the derangement of his Low rates Queen it Crescent Route. eyes. The Opora House, which has been Low rate tickets from Q. it C. olnts under construction for some time, was for the following meetings: Grand Castle Knights of the Golden finished last Monday and the first Eagle, Morehead, Ky., August troupe will appear on the night of Aug. Knights of Pythias, (colored), Col10th and continue three nights. It Is 3, umbus, O., August Punch Robinson's show und comes Indications Every Farmer and Stock - Kaiser hIiouIiI highly recommended. From a crowded house will greet them dur- keep Sfoan'ri Liniment on hand for an and ho will tell ing theli stay. The house was built by you why.Ask tour neighbor Sold rjy W. It. Mcltohurt. the Odd Fellows and is a dandy being For sore throat or pain In your rliest uu pronounced by competent judges the McHoberts. Sloan's Liniment Sold by W. best In Southern Kentucky. S. W. King, of Wayne county, deputy U. S. marshal, was here this week Home For getting acquainted with the violators Kit of the revenue law. I otfer for ale prlvutoly my desirable Gilllsple on retiring from the office The wears his usual smile and extends con- liomo on aI.ower Main street, Stanford. nice liouo li roomy, pretty cottage with gratulations to his successor nnd leaves yard and good garden und otitiioUMw, and Is Call on an official record behind him that his In a tno-i- pleasant iiflghlxirhootl. pluastiru mu on the premises and I will taku friends aro proud of. In showing Its tuanv advantage. , 40 MRS. ELIZA I'ORT.MAN. The race between T. Z. Morrow and James Denton for the nomination for circuit judge In this district is warm! ing up considerably and friends on both sides have opened the campaign. The committee meets at Mt. Vernon, today, Thursday, to name a way and date . ,.:i to 5c Linen Collarto decide the matter. ........ 5( Water Proof Collars. The Southern Kentucky Baptist As- Water Proof Cuffs... 10e sociation convened here Tuesday und will remain in session until Friday af35c. ternoon. A large crowd of ministers Lace and and delegates are in attendance 7 to 10c considerable business is being trans- Cottonado Per Yard 10c, 50c and Sack Flour, acted. 45c Evangelist J. B. Updike Is holding a Meal, lloltutl.'per Ilushel series of meetings at the Christian church of this place, assisted by Rev. Arbucklcs' Coffee, 12 Cta. Donaldson. Good crowds are In attendRemember we give ance and considerable Interest Is being manifested. A sunctification meeting is talked of being held in a few duys On ourc5 MI'S 10 IIOX with every purchase and to complete the circuit, the ealvu-tlo- n ofl woith of goods. army Is only needed, which muy TANNER BROS., McKinney, Ky. respond by receiving an application. Tuesday was a grand day for the colored race here and every mother's son of them was out enjoying the speakFOR ing, bicycle races, "etc.," from early dawn till late. By the way, Somerset has more than her share of thorn, and stands second to Danville In that reONE CENT A MILE spect. E. L. Scalf, of the Somerset Handle "BIG FOUR ROUTE." Factory, was instautly killed hero Friday morning while at work by a piece ACCOUNT of timber striking him In the breast. 3?8t A,luual Ho was burled In the Somerset Ceme- G Pi Encampment V. R. C. tery Sunday. -. 3. 1 t to in vifu and reliable and KuaMiilrttl A word to thi farmers. or money refunded I or iiiiigh. colds and all af- this day and time sou mut kep up with the times fections of tho throat, client and lungs there la and Veep thoroughbreds. They mature earlier with Klng'sNew Ilcoery. as nothing m a profit of more than M percent. The arrangement In free at W U MsltoU'rts drurf store, lteu-ul- ar ol our yards is auih that Iherwran bo no ml size 50 rand 21 bretsl. Wt) guarantee all egg. fertile when shlpisl. II II Ibsl I'll (,ames. Imp. setting ol IS Eggs, S.y SUJ Q. it C. excursion. Junction City to Surls--r Celebrated lit tuine Si So " WhlteCrestisl IlUik SJ VI " next Sunday, Aug. 15th Cincinnati IteilCap. Iui)rttsl to do good If you make money In gil lr Stanford, 17t Kentucky. Illli Miter " tl.w yandotte, " tl 50 llarnsl Plymouth Itock, breisls iKSire anoTe vo pnim All CRAIW IlllOS., l'ro., Junction City, Ky. A WORD TO lllack Minorca, ii.w J. B. HIGGINS, DEALER IN PROPERTYt OWNERS. by-Fire Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, 1 Thou-snnd- s Am you Insured If not. why not of dwellings and barns gixxl as jours Are Destroyed or Lightning Tour Property May Bum Within a vear, within a mouth, hours. Wliv nhould you exp-- e of'vears of honest loll a single tire. 'which can destroy hour J Soliciting a Miare of jour Respectfully, within thonccu-mulatlo- Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Goal. Every year. Involving the loss of millions of Goods Wnrrauted a Represented. Ofllco on Mntn Street, opptsltu Elmore's Store, dollars. Why should .vou expect to escaj from jear to year r Stanford. Kentucky. J I. TOTTEN. 21 n SAt-utstA- THOROL'GIIRREtl to loss by patronage It In an JESSE D. WllABIIT, General Agent, - - Stanford, Ky NOEL & SON, IN DEALERS COHL, lUllroad est weight, fatten easily at any age Hours rvatly for I'lrs wrvlce. (lilts ami sows nlrvtuly of either nex not akin, Question and correspondence promptly nuswered. J. U. & H. J. UoEOSEHTS. Stanford. bt-c- l. sm Box DUROC HOGS ! pro- lific Of all breeds, attain the great- The most Order Office and Feci Exchange, CrunliiK, Iepot Street, Com nnd liny, the near emer-(-enc- y. - Stanford; Street, latelyKontuolcy. Ilackamithing J II. WliKlns'. and Woodwork, Coal Yard, Mill Satisfaction guarantrtsl. I have opened a shop at Ilui forks of the Huatonville nnd Mllleilgevllle pikes, near Mr F. Reld'a and am prepared to do nil kinds of m NOTICE! artist In thuctoutry In theeioiiof Sami'M. handles the jlsMir ami raror In expert style. Call on him when vou want a clean ahaveor stvllsh haircut. -. '- Crab On-har- d now has tho finest tousorial llt.AKEMoiti:, who At the lowest prices and In the In'st manner I guarantee nil my work. I will take all .if ...illtit pi tir.ulllf.iv ..vi..,.! f.lt tifie.. shoeing which Is CO cent, cash, l'luaau give me a share of jour i. . ii. ...i i i j. Pretty Sale. GEORGE H. M'KINNEY. al J.T.Jones, TIS IB SHEET IM WIS, N1Y., Ri-o- Pension & Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, Ky. Has had years'ri pructlcn Itofore all tho Depa imeuls In Washington City V 12 l STANFORD, 0 FEW - PRICES t Sole proprietor of Dean's Hlack IHamond wo. . junilshed for lulntliiK Faint. auii.iciiu khi"-".- "metal and iron roois. roofs iMlnted with Dean's Hlak Pla.nond I'alnt Cistern years. Dealer in for atidUalranlwsl Inm Filters. lla'auU.sl and Illatk " Iron lUwIliiRof all kinds. luin Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OF STANFORD, KY. 3STOTICE ! desiring locust Foils for Ida nk fence, All wire fence cau Und what they and railing .................. or tllO IllkO ....... wain u, iiij iwir ...... r.vlar to- - .Stanford I also leading from Crab Orchard u supply i kisjp on liami Isianla kinds of lumber for bnlldlu article of and shinnies. All eroiis deslrlim any near Cedar on mo at ray sloro this kind can call (I. U , M.Nt.l.l.rON. Si Creek. ! Paid up Capital, Surplus, $200,000 00 17,503 80 iNHt ..,. - Cras-k.o- Curtains Pair. " .ur)i ali (SO SHELBY & SHELBY, .Proprietors Ily prmlalotis of its charter, dessltors ar a fully protected as are dciltors In National Ranks, Its shareholders Mim held Individually llahlslo the extent of the amount of their stotk therein at the par value thereof, In addition to theaiuouut In suih shaiot It may act as eierutor, ad. mluUtiator, trustis, Ac ,.- - fully as an IndlTldual. Tenderlnisour thanks to those who hare entrust ed their bualiMsm to tu, we trust they will rontlnut louoso, auu we oner as a KuaraiiKswur prompt at. tent Ion to same our V) years' exTlence in bank Inland as liberal acitmiriiixlatliina usare consistent with sound banking;. IIIKKITORS. LIVERY.FEED& SALE;STABLE J. J. JunotloniClty, Ky. Turnouts, prompt attention, very reasonable rates A Krtloii of )our patronage Is 18 respectfully solicited First-Clas- A Free Ticket I s Williams, Mt. Vcruou, V. II. Cuiuuillis, FreachcrsTllle; J. S Owsley, Sr., J. . Owilcy, William Oouch, S. II. Shauks, a j. i.innry, j. F. .Cash, A. J. E. I.) mi, J. N. Mclielcc. Curi-cntc- r; orricias, S. II. Shanks. President: J. II, On. ley, Cashier; W. M. Ilrlsht, Toller FIRE INSURANCE FALL IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. BUFFALO Insurance Caledonian Co., FHBNIX Company, : Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. OP BROOKLYN. Insurance J " of Scotland. STANFORD, KY. KOUNDliD 18O0. M0I NM0IM0IMM01N10Mj During harvest James Hall of Kan sas, stacked wheat one Sunday to avoid Its destruction by hot winds. Last week tho stacks were destroyed by lightning. Sunday a minister In the country referred to this incident as an exhibition of dlvlno wrath and as several other farmers were In tho satno box a row was raised and the preacher asked to resign. AUC. 23 TO 28. Tickots on siilo August 21, 'i'i atul S3. Good returning, leaving ItulTiilo from Augusts! to 31, Inclusive, with a privilege of extension to September 20 on deposit of ticket with Joint Agent at Uuifulo, August 23 and 27, Inclusive. For tickets and full Information call on any ticket agent of tho Iifg Four Route, or address WARREN J. LYNCH, Passenger Trafflo Mgr , Asa. Oen. Pass. A. Tkt. Agt. CINCINNATI, OHIO. E. O. McCOKMICK, R.B.MAHONY.Agt. 6 Attention of the public Is called to tho fact that this Is tho only National Rank in Mauford. Under the provisions ol the National Hank Act dtpohltors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an amount eo,ualtn thostook,so that depositors of this Institution am secured by a fund ol g.H.0,000. Fire sworn statements of the condition ol tho Hank are made each year to the United States (iovcrumentand lu assets aro examined at stated times by tforernment agents, thus securing additional and perfect latet. to depositors. This Instliutlon oriiunallr establishel as the Da. posit Rank of Stanford In IMS, then reorganized as the National Hank ofStanlord in lsfl.1 and again reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford In Ai, has had practically an uninterrupted existence for 33 years, it ii better supplied now wltL facilities for transacting business promptly ami liberally than ver before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, onus and Individuals solicited. DIKECTOII. Gun nnd Look Smith; j.. nocaer, J. STANFORD, KY. h: D. PHILLIPS, F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, " K. L. Tanner. McKinney. II. Colller.Cnib Orch'd; M. j. r. mil W. ATtibWe. J. W. Itaydeo, Stanford 8. II. Haugbman, " ' -- i H, u.r.imore, sianrora. J. Miller, Jit. ernoo. klndsof renilriair dooe at reaviu'blo rates Upholstering a specialty, batisuctlon guaraaeed All I. S. Hocker, Fresldent; J. J. Mcltoberts, Cuhlor A. A. McKinney, AsslstantCashler. orricias.