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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896051501 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. Semi W EEKLY 1 NTERIOR i O j .KiN aLjv VOL. XXV. wrr.UAiisiwna, STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1896. whiti.ry ro. i.axcasthh. gaiikam) couxtv. MMiii-hfon- NO. 22 1 tru-- '''ho weather la dry here now and crops aresuileritig very much. L'nleca rain coined noon the small grain and mefldoviH will bo a failure. Dr. A. 1). Mayo, of Wasiiinittnn, I). (J., will deliver a Herics of lectures on ed- ucatlonal nubjeet, beginning Thursday night, lie cornea highly recommended as a iipeakcr. The mine operatomand miiiera have made a aettlemeut and both nldeH have eignpd contracta for another year. Tills will moet probably prevent any strikes for the cotuiiiK year. The lad lea of the Christian chinch gve an ice cream aupper Wednesday evening to ratae money to assist in ro pairing their church, which ia being kcu erally repaired and will be tute a hand Bomo building when cotnpleteil Mm. 8. KtatitM baa gone to .Spring-Hel- d to visit her daughter, Mm. J. T. C and Mra Noe. Mlrv Ma Hotifloholder Hill, of Middlexboro, are here vinittm: their nibter, Mrs. Will Jouee Sbetitl Bennett, who baa been ijulte xtck viith the fever, la improving rapidly. Circuit court met Monday moruiui!, with Jude Morrow on the bench and a large crowd present to Ree, hear and attend to ImaineM. The jury w.ia iiiinittlt-atel- y empaneled and went to work on a jail full of prinonera. All the (im will be continued in trying the criminal docket, a there are aeveral cna'a of leiiKth to try The tlmt two daya were taken up with mioileineanor cnai a and the more important caae have ul hft;un to b imiunI for hearim;. I.aat Friday micht I.ifiiyette M laou McFarland wmtto the house and of Smnuel Karr, near the mouth of l.u rel rivr r, ami called him out, It ii aul, him move oil of a to whip him and piece of laud, but Karr came out with his kud and a ahoottn.: took pi ice. in which Maaon t'lot Knrr with a (.hot unn. The wounda were alulit. however, nnil he was able to appear lefore the prand jury Monday MaFarland haa been arretted but Maaon haa not. n.-k- i. oxnox, r.Ai i:i:r, vo i v v. -- The Ittp War Prof, nnil Mm. J. A. Yates haven Ulh of IMm li,k ThelirHt utrawDerrie of the tieaeon A mot I'rlilay tunning with little dnughtt r at thidr hoime. Mr. K I Walker. have made their appearance anil nro BelI tit" Marring ijcmmo warranted to AlMrH.ColliiiBnnd Mm. .Steele, oil lini; at a good prici. i M v to wed ton villi-- , ate viaititig Col. Thou. O'Mura va f Mm Ada Kly. lra lnlin .in. I ..I, il.l ..... both of tlm vicinity. ana laniiiy. l'.ir,uton. vlHlt-- .l rHimivm in -- MInsKiixi Rov. Olinger, of the Congreuntioniil will entertain the week. Mr. Suiu Deiiham will leave for oliuroh, Iihhuoiiu to Kbiihhh to nwiirtt in pcholnw under her charge with u picuic Somerriel in a fewil-iyto take a portion at the riverHhlp. 801110 IllCetillgd. with hi nncl, fireen Litton. We wink The cantata, "Jepthaniid his DahiiIi-ter,- " darranl'd eotJVo planter. Mr. Jacob him mid-ens- . Mr. Kiward Parker had will bo given by the young po pie NmwUh.J, Iihh Hown hi annual crop ami ' the inlrtfortunu to be hooked by her cow i ' rxpfL-Miii-; of the M. K. church May Vt an abundant yield. Sunday eveiiimr, inflicting a painful but The Williamsburg ItiBtttiite will have impromptu dance was niveti by not neriotis wound field day May LM), at which time they Mr and Mr. (,,.0rg R llanlininho nor - Toe llrst ceremony introductory to .. . ,.!. wlll islvi n very lutriHtin program.. ......r iir.iiorH, in., .miiwh Turpin, of the building of the College took place on r a fk ii XOTESOX A T1U I' TO A T- I. I XT A J t. MrKI..i:V Frank lirein telle the people here he candidate for aaeceaor. Miaa Macule Tabler ia confined to her heme with a very ore foot P. W. Ureen ia having out huildiiiKH treated to a coat of new paint. Mr. and Mm W. I) Speed are visiting the family of Shannon McKiuney. No rain yet. Farmera are delayed very much on account of the dry weather. There will be an excursion over the from hero C. S. Sunday, J 'J6 round-tri- p to Cincinnati. A waoti load of fishermen left here Tuesday for Liberty, where tiny will remain a few daya HahitiK. The yontiK people are making great preparattona for the party to he given by Joe l.lvensThumday night. Dowuian Smith, who Iihh been nick ia out again but for thohiBttwo poor beiiiit. Mim Mary Lyona in very ia on the nick hot. tleorge Alford, who ha been threatened with blood polaoii Ifom ft cut on tho Mr. K. L liauU, iaaloAiy improving to Liberty the llrat of the Tanuer went week, where ho in havim: n now residence bu.lt. Mr M. V. 0eiiH, of Junc-Citia a -1 we-KP, y, I ly appreciate Kentucky him take a trip to Atlanta, us I did this week. Not-- 1 withstanding tho drouth we have had for ' the past month and a half the blue-grass- ! section of "Old Kaintuck" looks like a veritable Gard-- n of EJen compared with Will fill your prescription; will save you money and will those portions of Tennestej and Georgia yive you perfect satisfaction. We are headquarters for I wont through. In fact the poorest, ineaiiMt looking country my eyes have IX SI . rested on for many a dav is that travers-- ' i IN. ed by the l. it U in Tennessee aud the Southern Railroad in Georgia, and how Richmond. : : Your patronage solicited. -- 3 And surgical supplies. t,, hiiilding and wmh the people make a living is a mstry to pr0()H., Htt -- I he fanners report corn in a flour-- known aa " ! "dirt break itiir a me. They live though Mini seem to he 5 liliiiii!iiniilllloii hut the drouth hag in- - ' crowd to witness thoeeremo- - about us ell contented aa those whose k k jureu tne oat, wheat crop and mead nv. A ahort address was delivered by lines have fallen in better places ow ".riotiHly. Llder tf.ill in hia usual eloquent Htle, The boom towns along the line show -t- jniee a number of our business after which the cro-v.- I waa nhotouranhed - the ellect of hard times aud in some of ..'. - . .AA...V AA aa;. r r......... and t i - .:.:--tft I t residencea are hi.inK improv by Mr. 0!K. thu places, where real estate sold at al ed by fresh (Hi.itaof paint. Much whiteElder L. C Hall, ofj Darren county, most tabulous prices a law years ago, it wiiahlnir ala ) i?oini' on. asflisled by K'der J. W. Mahler, is con can now be had for the asking. A man -- M r. I'. I Ray, nun of Dr Win Rv. of ductim min nf .. IU ui ,i, who got on tho train at Spring City ot mipweye, hns received from Gov. tian church. Elder Hall ia one of the Tenn., told me that ho was living in an Of Hustonviilu, Ky., is offering Great Bargains in all Bradley an appointment to a tosition moat eloipierit apeakera ever Jin this eight room brick house that had been under Dr. NVl in the Frankfort chair county. He handles hia subjeclB lines for the next 30 days. with presented to him by a New Yorker, who factory at a salary of fd5 per month. care and deep thought! nd by his elo bought it aa an investment, but gave it to -- Dpcoration Day, 'tOth, will again be queue bolls hi audiences apell-bounhim rather than pay taxea on it. Harri-ma- n j ohaerved here. A large crowd, good mu The attendance ia verv larire and the aud Rock wood seem to bo sleeping ur. o. 1. 1. .......... I... .1 Irv. .. Good goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. n..,n.lliir--n)ii- y me ra uicycie aiii best of attention is maintained and great tho sleep that knows no waking, while irt imro win uu .. ... . in .fit tne iiay'a program. uitert-H- t Hoyce and Sherman Heights look like manifested While ho presents Greatly-Reduceate invited and will be most the truth bis manner iaeo things of the poet. received. mild that even the moot eccentric enn Chattanooga got a atcady and healthful The Presbyterian Mite Society will not take oironse There have beeu but growth and is a splendid city. Come before it is too late. James Frvk, Hustonville. meet with Mm I) M Lackey Tuesday I or S additiona, but no one who beam There are few places of her b:zj that can afternoon. Tho Hilda Reading Circle him can fail to be bettered. ,,V AAAAAAAAAAAAAtt AAA &Jr 3VAA A AAA AAAawA AA A A A AA.. A AAAAAA - '. A.AAA boast of such magnificent business hous- 11! "UI ... r.r.i ., ' vivv r WV ".V,.1 ' .liS1- ww vw will tmet Friday with Mrs. Thomas "Prof." Fowler, a trusty in the Farm- es and her residont portion compares Wherritt and the Ladle' Aid Society ers' Supply Store, undertook to work his favorably with much larger cities. Her Saturday afternoon with Mrs. R. E Mc game on the First.National Dink ami o streets, most of which are asphalt, are a' V, Roberta. on Faris A Co But it didn't work creuu to ner, aim the amount of business -- icnr Weaver, reported in your (1 I IU I'tf II tl iXJl lHli last and he he is now in jul awaiting trial done over them is surprising. being wounded in an ailray nt before the circuit judge. He had been Georgia has most of her land in cotton, l!XI o i.M Winrhf aler, waa not hurt, but Hhot Caae be-- e but a short time. He went to which ia about two inches high. Her We have just what you want in Bright Colors. in the neck Weaver ia a Garrard counFaris it Co.'s Htore and after selecting bdiI is bettor adapted to that crop, than ty man and a coiiiin of Gov. Bradley. merchandise to the amount of fc!l, nak- any other, but it looks too thin to bring IV' He gave himself up but was releiatxl on ed if an orderon Mr. McLcar would he oven much of that. The Georgians are V a --IKi bund. good, and being told that it Iwould, ho hard workers though and tbev will get News has been received that J. R n went out anil returned with an order of all out of their laud possible. Tho women 'V Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, loung.jr .agwl l.t years, waa killed by 2:,.50 Being told hia gooda amounted arosure enough helpmeets and it is no j. Wagons and Plows. a train at Phoenix, Ariz. His father ia to 21. he left, tm-ini- ! he would leave uncommon aignt to see a wife hoeing a Cr! J. Roe Voumr. Indian nent at tlmt them until later in tho day, when he row of cotton along side of her hue-banIV. place, and his mother is a Jaughter of would call for them and bring the bal 'XI Hon H. W. Anderson, of Garrard Atlanta has been written about bo ance, 50 cents. He then went to the Come in and look through our samples of Paper. New- Dennis Brown, of color, ia supposed bank with a check on Mr McLear for much in these columns that I am almost est and Latest Designs. to be the oldest living resident of Gar-ran- i. the same amount. Mr. R. M. i Jacxson, aahumed In nnlr fnrf)u- - ;...)..!.... 13. McRO BERTS, Druggist. Stanford, Ky. W: "Uncle Dennis" is in hia With the vigilant cashier, who is not Very apt our readers on that subjbct. She is an j ;f year and occasionally comes to Main to be caught by conthlence men, at once inexhaustible subject though and is Ba'S-fa- r street frem Logantowu and talks of the Huspicioned something wrong aud took ahead of most of the Southern cities j lotiu rgo. He can remember when Cen- the check to Mr. McLear and asked him as Stanford is of her sister towns. In . W J J tral Park wph covered with trees and if it was genuine. Upon llnding that it tact sue suoiilJ ho classed with the me presented the appearance of a forest. tropolists of tho West aud Est rather wai not, he had the young gentleman . a arrested. He was tried and ; placed un- than the slow, poke easy Southern citus N.I! Turpin, of Richmond, visitor in Lancaster on Wednesday Mm der f 1,000 bond in each caae, which he Her people resemble the Yankees of the Surah L'roi.l.y, of Lxington, is the guest failed to give. He is quite likely to spend North in push and go Must be Made, or some one will of her sister, Mm Anne B Hopper Mm. a few years at Frankfort. but I am glad to say they are very differ' get left. The Nobby Line of G S Gaines vinited friends in Danville eut socially and otherwise. They are this week. Miss Nina Atkinson, of Hen L IXCOI.X CO I WTrS HO.il'J TAUT Y business from tho word go, which is proven by the rapid growth Atlanta has demon, arrived Wednesday on a visit to OX TlilAL. made. her coiiMin, Miss Margaret Maaon. Mm. On Saturday of tins week Central Uni Since I was there three years ago At W. G. Dutilap. of Lexington, is visiting versity will hold ihi annual Spring out- lanta has added several thousand inhabiher mother, Mm. Adaline Landram. ing in tho town of Stanford. They will tants and the appearance of the city has George Dunn, of D.inville, was a visitor in Luncaater Wednesday. Miss Nellie bring three fully equipped military com- been materially improved. Handsome buildings bBve taken the nlncn nf some Dilhon is the guest of Stanford relatives. panies, which will give a competitive PJO Btudents aud their lady fiat were not so imposing and y no Mith IVatl Aihly is visiting her unc e drill. About friends will compose the party. In tho city of itHsiza presents a more substnn-- , Mr P. it Purrott, of Lexington M. A ' Edis, of Cincinnati, was visiting Lancas- afternoon there will be a ball g.mio be- tial appearance than the Gate City of the tween tho College nine and ourPhome South. No more elegant homes can be , Is going at a Rapid Rate at the ter friends this week. Mr. Josh Adams, found than those on Poachtree street i boys. of DnjI, was here Wednesday. Mrs Extremely Low Prices we are of Lincoln county people ahonld feel Atlauta people enjoy living and think Emma Kanllman and son, Clay, are vis -j E2S3 fering. iting Mm Alice Lusk in Hustouville complimented that one of the foremoet nothing is too good for them. Tho old building that was used when educational institutions of the South has Miss M.irv Djorea is the guest of friends the capital was moved from Milledgt-vil'- e in Paint Lick. Mrs. Riymond Haselden, aelected this as the place for ita annual to Atlanta has been torn down and outing and should leave no etone unis vtfitiug frien Is in Lou sville. Sweater Bicycle Suits and Pants. a 10 stnrv liricL- - In lm no.., I a .. ..!... i.n A young lady of an adjoining town turned to itiKko the day's entertainment is rapidly going up. It will be an imgrand success. recently invited a nuuiher of young a The young ladiffl of the county who mense affair arid will be second to no society people of this citv to spend an building in the South. constitute the committee on entertaind evening with her. Before the time Tho Gate City is somewhat infested ment request that you and friends be she received a not, telling her it present and contribute ns liberally as yon just now with free silveritea and ealva-tio- n did not suit them to c ime, neither did armyste, hut they no dot'bt think they wUh to accpt her invitation The can to ths picnic dinner, which will be Danville, Ky; npread for tho entertainment of our they are doing good for the country and J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, note hd no signature. It was intended home people and tho visitors. The day are to pome extent excusable. Aside to cause a miumleratanding between the young lady and her friends and deprive must and will ba made a grand success: from tho money question very little atthem of a pleasant social evening. This You are expected to contribute to ita tention is devoted to politics and for that Wti IV . 1' reason Atlanta is a good place to liveVery respectfully, time such an attempt was foiled for the success. In my humblo estimation the Georgia (;l, Commiituk on Estkutainmk.nt. young lady iiiimedia'ely wrote to one of If one wants to learn to reallv and Pi.l it rnn ui CRS1G & HOCKER, CASH imUGGISTS, J . 'ii TRUSSES -- tt, kkk4 kkk kkktkk - - JAMES FRYE, m m d. VO IV S THE TIME TO BUY Prices. A-- .. Vi-ilo- rs cor-dial- lv Every Thing Goes At -- d - to-da- y t M .,- - ,."' . ul-s- ml nxrr ir is ml nv)n& MiLOo loroTTTrftTiTrftnnii , Wagon and Implement Paint. Wall Papar Alabastine & Brushes. I d. ii AQtII CK MOVE ahearj-n-tivene- ss Men's Boys' Children's Ii to-da- CLOTHIHC n't Porciet The ClockTZKIE Give Us A Call if You Want to Save Money. GLOBE. Tc I - is viBiting hia con in-la- Kd Tan- ner. Keif health must mean that a woman ! really a woman. That .he it strong a til A Household Troaauro. perfect in a .rxual way. a. well a. in overy other yi V W KulUr.otCanaJoharia.N, Y., King'. Ntw Uiicowy Inlht. That 1. .he i. capable of performing the dutle. of 'family wouM not b without It. If maternity Soma are born with what i. called hi. houM "contlitutlonal weaknot.." Thoie who do not enu joy perfect health ne.d only take the proper pre&,0CYUr'";.- that caution, and the proper remeUy to become perDr. Pierce'. ..a.. ii. in! ni. iMiiiii. iu. .&.. a .121.far it. Whv fectly well and utrouK. derangement of Katoriui . Pre.cription will cure any the dis- -cevc. laueu 10 uu ii .v.t l. -- - -- r :..,.,i t,1,i tinctly feminine amim. orf not try a r.n.cay io o,? L)ruj( Store . u. ...... w bottla iree ai Send ii cent. In one-ce.tamp, to World' KcguUr ilie oc.anJ Si. Di.pcn.ary Medical Autoclation, DiUUlo, N. Y,, and receive rUr. 1'ierce'. ioo3 page "Comiuou . liveryman and fwnie Medical Advher," illustrate i. air. Tl ot Davii, va., " -'. I. Coiheu, a prominent merchant take p eaiuro U For every quarter in a man', pocket there are a wbiectolihiumiium: ,"Il'am Halm lor rheum., Chamberlain-doien uses ; and to use one in such a way a. to deporional experience that it rive the greateat benefit i a ijutition eveiy one turn, at I know from ..... i.;...i (nr Ii. A vear bio thli must solve for himself. We believe, however, Will UUlt IU. i. vtn " " wilh Inl am Sprinz my brother wa laid up In iutcn-vlcouiu ue maue oi ineae The that nooetierua. exchange It for a oi on. ot Chambottle roatoiy rheumati.iu and mffered quarter, than to .pphcation ot Chamberlain. I'alo lUlm eaaed berlain'. Cclic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, first the pain and the uw ot one bottle completely a medicine every family should be provided with. For .ale by Craig 4 Hocker, Stanford, Ky, CUor .alTby Cralc 4 Hocker, Stanford, Ky. m aud AI011.J Walling to Ft. 'Ihomaa, on the night that Pearl Bryan was iuur dered, is turning his notoriety to proilt. lie a on exhibition in a Cincinnati museum, repeating the story of tho drive to a gullible public. Tho GooritiaBUprome court haa reagainst Seventh Day verbcd u deciaiou AlTRACm K WOMEN Adventista, who were fined for working Why It one woman attractive and another no'? The moil admirable and ultractuo thing about an on Sunday. wonu it her woinanluicii. KveyboJy Ilugh Chandler wiia kicked to death sttractivr womanly woman. She muit havo health, dmiti h of course, bccauie without it .he would leso thu near Klkton. by a mule at hia home briglitncj ol her oyes, the (ullnc.i of her check, her vivacity. -- George II. Jackson, tho negro who olaiuiH to have driven Siott Jacksou tier friends ami soon learned the falsity s of the whole atrair. Anonymous are no unusual miacreauUi, but the mere fact that such coiumuuicatioua have no signatures prove Biich Blander aud deception on the bare face o! them, that it is astonishing tney are ever be lieved for a moment. Let all who re ceive such notes as this young lady follow her example anil thereby always bring to naught tho plots and schemes of such cowardly evil doers letter-writer- lht "id UKin .- Nwco " ,: ' "" ""J y. .1 girl conies nearer rivaling tho beautiful A Word To and Audit Cociit-Da- v women found in Kentucky than any I Mil Hoodlums. The .number of drunken have overseen. She haa the prettiest ri1i rowdies on.Church street court day waa block eye imaginable, is lovely of face paat numbering. The air is yet resoundOUillU LIIUL IS I1H II1TI11 flL7 iv UKUtU. URD n,.. : . i n'n ing with their oaths and the anlphnr-Oti- s u unyuuu ueecripiion ami is as btately aa a fiV color of theui,is perceptible. About 25 queen. In ahort ahe ia modern Cleopa&'J of the finest ladies and children in the tra. I wish our roaders could have seen il! world live in hearing and the thing must a pair of Georgia beauties I had the! be stopped. A gentleman ia one at all pleaauro of looking on the other day. It times. If Bomo oi tho court-dacrowd would have dispelled from their minds don't watch they will find themselves in aa it did mine tho unpleasant but absorbthe front vehicle of veryjehort funeral ing thought of hard time. procemiotiB. Bro. 0. J. Xewland and Atlanta will soon lose two noted diI:) myself will kill about half a dozen of vines. Dr. J. B Hawthorne goes to a them, join the A. P. A. 'a and receive an pMtorato in Nashville and Dr. Strickler I instantaneous pardon from Gov. Brad- has accepted a chair in a Georgia Coli ley, who haa let 127 of his presump- lege. E. 0. W. itM tive friends out of tho penitentiary. Down At Cloverport last week a felJ. F. W. low CHtight a large flah, which, when cut Eli Bowling shot and killed his open was found to coutaiu in its stomtestament and hymn brother, Howell Bowling, on Big Creek ach a pocket-book- , ia Clay county, at tho homo of another book. The pedigree of tho liar is not furnished. i brother, Led Bowling. Howell waa How to Treat Wlfo. drunk and tired a pistol in tho house, FIrt, get a wile; second, baapatient. You may Va whon Eli took a shot gun and blew hia have great ttials tod perplexities in your buimest, I but do not therefor, carry to your home a cloudy . brains out. or contucteil brow. Your wile may have trials, which, though of Icti magnitude, may be hard for Tho Lonisville Times publishes tho her to bear. A kind word, a tender look, will do 1 wonder dialing from her list which bIiowb that up to May 1, Gov. of gloom.in To Ihi we would brow all the cloudi add alway keep a haB granted 127 pardons, bottle of Cbarnbtrlain' W. 0. Bradley Cough Remedy In the HI i the bett Jure to ba needed remissions, etc. Of thia number a few house. orItlater. Youraud Uwill then know that sooner wife are restorations to cltix3uabip after the ycu really care for her and wish to protect her .j? health. Pacific Health Journal. expiration of the term of imprisonment. For sale by Craig & Hoc Iter, rUanlord Ky. WfXv PlTnKG STOCK 1 Now- - .',. .. 1 Gomplete in Every Department. 1 y w jw jVtiHirjery Glotfyig- Xi ill III .::v W Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. You should call in and see our stock. 2 All new goods for spring and summe wear, livery thintr stnctlv UD-to-dat- X!' ItA I I 9 fl .-- I -I . WW" I Ladies,' Misses' and Children's PV(W& "B6D Shoes in Great Variety. Pine -- Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, sy 0 m i CHARLES WHEELER, The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, SS5-HK:KS& . : XJv Hustonville, Ky tjf;vSSS'Tv?svTja.v,c!gysl a.'g'i1 ' r?; 'Ilj tN. h h ;i. u i H r II r ?! ? fc t f I j i M u I . I HI At Hnron, Ind, they will he dined, after which they will party to charivari hia POLITICAL POINTS. brother, Walter Pierce. Walter fired on goto Bradfordville ami rreiiit, McKinley carried West Virginia yes- the crowd and Frank wan killed. AND TRADE ITEMS. terday with a whoop. and save. Dr. Salmon, aged 100 yere. the German inlllei bccil for sale at B. K Tiie populists have decided to hold oldest Mason in the world, died in LonGilt edge cotton, yaidwidc, 50 Masonville cotton 7c. Wearen's. their State convention at Paducah, July don. Wo don't suppose any one will Mike Dyer purchabi'd UVn Eder Hope cotton Lonsdale "cambric SjjC Ladies' 20. dispute the Masonic honor with him. for $ 10.000. Gov. Matthews, of Indians, who imsleeveless vests 5c, worth 10c. Outing cloth skirt pat John R. Alexander was fatally shot Tho wool buyers are paying YAc for agines he is a presidential quantity, has by John Steers at Paris. Alexander hud terns 25c, worth 50c. Infants' lace caps 10c, 15c, 25c the best grade. declared straight out for free silver. apologized to Steers for his part in an and 50c, worth double the money. Ladies' seamless fast M. II. Singleton sold to Una McCor-innc- k deleThere was almost a riot before bihI the pistol a hunch of hogs at 2jc. gates were admitted to the republican early morning altercation black hose 15c, worth 25c. Extra heavy sox 5c pair. ball waa his reward. r Phil Dwyer bought six yearling State convention at St. Joseph, Mo. Ladies and Misses' black hose. Ladies' parasols 50c. was A man named Hamilton, who colts from Milton Young for JS.600. Judge R J. Breckinridge and Robwas found informer, Lace curtains 50c pair. Ladies' black and tan slippers I will Mnnd two good jacks at $7 to ert Harding, of Danville, will speak at known as a revenue with several bullet dead in Pike county .Sc. Good Percale shirt waist .Sc. A good blue cotton iiiBiiro living colts. M. S. Baughmau Lancaster next Mondav for free silver. He was kil'ed preholes in B. K. Wearn is headquarters for CL, ade ioc. It is reported that President Cleve- sumably his body. A good Buckeye hat 8c. by moonshiners. cultivators, corn planters, harrows, Ac. land has written a letter to Don DickinIn one day in Florida three men Lowest prioee. Some of the sound money papers, scar- son saying he would decline a reuomina were killed in b fight over a woman, a Woods A Lynn sold in Cincinnati 63 ed by the entry of John B. Thompson in tion Senator Iiill in a speech the other boy 6lew a man who was brutally beat- - hogs at oic and 27 at U.20. They lwo the Congressional race, are calling on day referred to Senator Quay aa "the re- - ing his father and white caps whipped s)ld siino butcher stuff at to 2c. Owsley and Foree to settle it between for oresident." "Tho and fatally injured two people William Silliman baa ho far thin seacontinuo the cent candidate themselves which shall John O. Tarsuey, of Missouri, who son bought about 26,000 pounds of wool Senator is very unkind," retorted tjoay. fight and beat Thompson, which they say "I should think a fellow feeling would was unseated in the House at the pres- at Kt cento per pound for the best. Adcan bo don no other way. If the latter keep him from making such remarks as ent fcet8ion of Congres, waa nominated vocate. proposition were true, patriotism might by President Cleveland to be associate At25c to 75c. Extra good cotton working pants 75c. that." If yon want your liors-- j handled eidemand that the one or the other withRome of our Kentucky contempor. justice of tho Oklahoma supreme court. ther for harnree or saddle we will he glad Fine Chamois 15c per yard. A good line of Lawns and draw, but w nee no reason to become aries are taking too seriously Mr. Wat Eight lives were lost by the explot-io- u to do it for you. Challics . 'Jc. fitnnr prices before alarmed. If promises go for anything, Hardin's oratory on tho silver qwvUiou. Harry of tliH boilers of the placing your horse. O. L. Crow and nomination won and Mr. Owsley has the Bless you, hoys, Wat's oratory is harm-lea- s. Brown, about 25 miles below Yicksburg, King Houston, .McKinney. if nominated iHsnre to win the final race. Not only that, but it is refreshing One of tlm kil'rd was William Filzmor-riRed Squirrel, a yearling colt, said to Wo have got piles of good money to bet in these days of drouth to find euch an of Louisville. Tho boat wan entirely lie one of tliH in the tho propthat he can carrv this county over Davi- oasis of picturesque ignorance. Courier- - destroyed. erty of R F. Paul, of Columbia, valued republi.Sc ptr suit. A good pair of men's heavy ihoes S cents. son, if ho is nominated by the A Florida nenro. protecting his Journal. killed mmpeii ny becoming ai cans, or any other man thy may put up. pound money men of Mercer vear-ol- d a mob. kil eiltwo men, frightened con from The and running away, striking a organized Monday bv electing F. D. fatally wounded another and seriously fence nnil lireuking his neck 'more intensdv partisan and un- Spots wood, editor of the Democrat chair- wounded a fourth. A mob is now pur- A could not have man, and appointing committees for each sueing the negro and his &jn, having friendly been named than the republicans ap- voting precinct to do the necessary A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictois, first burned his house. pointed after voting to investigate the work to carry the county conA. J. Speckert, the president of the 5ZJ T. D. RANEY, Manager. bond issue. It is made up of Harris, vention on Mav U0 in the interest defunct Title Cou Vest, Walthall, Jones, of Nevada, and of Bound money and Carlisle. pany, Louisville, which made au assignBranch Stores: Piatt. The three democrats, comprising In his speech at Harrodsbnrg Mon ment for $300,000, and whose atlairs were a majority of the committee, are all ex- day, John u. lhotnpsoa earn tie was a found to be in such n muddled condition, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg treme silver men. Jones is a populist bimetallist and opposed to the single has skipped out, fearing aascaaination. WILL CURE Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, and Piatt the Bole republican. ThB whole gold standard and opposed to the national The river and harbor appropriation Elizabcthtown, Frankfort. Ky., thing Beems to be an effort of the repub- banking system and civil service reform bill was passed by the Senate after nn Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, I3oils, I'ustules, and Mauckport, Ind. committee to shirk respon- as at present promulgated and practiced. unusual stormy experience, lasting malican finance Eczema, Tetter, sibility by turning it over to the free sil- He further said he would support the ny days. It makes direct appropriations ver democrats and populists. continuing and all diseases of the blood and nominee of the National democratic con of 112,200,000, and authorize! BUY THE OLD RELIABLE Makes You Well. committee vention no matter who be may be nor on contracts of fO 1.000,000, an aggregate of It was decided by the what platform. about 70,000,000. Indigestion, constipation and dyswhich met at Paris Wednesday, that The editor of this paper is in receipt Judge Pryor has opposition he will pepsia, kidney and liver disease CHURCH CHIMES. of the following: The governor has ap be declared tho nominee of the demoyield to its curative powers and pointed the following trustees for the Wilmington, N. C, was selected as cratic party for appellate judge for thia when cured it Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground precinct con House of Reform: Mrs. Nellie G. Cheat- tho place of the next meeting of the district, June 10, otherwise ham, Louisville, and W. P. Walton, of Southern Baptist convention. Right. Sr Keeps You Well. . .d ventions will be held on the 20th and Stanford, for six years. Mrs. Louisa E. The annual convention of the Kendistrict convention at Richmond. the Sold in Lincoln county by Yandell, of Louisville, and B. T.Conway tucky Sunday School association will be There ia as yt t no other candidate and W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. of Lebanon, for four yeara. Mrs. Sophia held at Owenshoro August there Bhould 'not be. Judge Pryor de- A. Chiles, of Laxington, and Ben H. Penny's Drug Store, " Dr. E. M.Green, of Danville, and as long as be will serves to be I Rev. S. M. Logan, of this place, will ex. Craig & Hocker, " filled with such Howard, of Lebanon, for two years. have the office he has It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, Yours very change pulpits Sunday morning and enclose your commission. W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. signal ability. night. don't keep it. truly, E. D. Duffy, asa't. sec'y. State F. B. Twidwcll, Judge J. M. Barnett, aged 7S, waa "Blackijubn got in bis revenge at WashJ. A. Hammond, Hubble. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. baptized in Buck creek last Sunday, says ington this week. Some time ago, T. J. Tanner Bros., McKinney. Glenn was appointed postmaster at CarThe county levy in Madison was the Paragon, and joined the Methodist J. F. Alstott, Powers. church. lisle and simply because he ia an admin fixed at 30 cents. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. Rev. L. M. Lasley returned yesteristration democrat and opposed to the county Noah Taylor shot ' In Harlan M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. day from Little Rock and North Middle- Senator's free silver fanaticism, he used and seriously iujured Dan Smith. For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in Yours for Health, where he has been holding meetthe "Senatorial courtesy" power to seIrvine was visitod by a f 10,000 fire. town, resulting in 27 conversions and cure an adverse report on his confirma- Four houses were destroyed and two ings, James T. Cooki:, sanctifications at the former and 19 at tho Harrodsburg, Ky. tion. A very small man can our Benior others were damaged. latter. Senator be when he's a mind to and Mrs. O. W. Woodbury, widow of a The resolution before the Southern bat's often. United Statea army ofiicor, died at Mid-- d Bantist convention aimed at the Rev. WWhile for Men and Boys we have esboro aa result of an injury sus- H. Whitsitt, president of the Baptist It seems to have been decided on by tained in anthe accident. Theological Seminary, fell tlat, a com the republicans to give Kendall's seat in The University of Cincinnati will mitteo reporting that tho convention preacher HopC ingress to the cross bats with the Centre College base- could not control the election of memkins, and it is more thaji likely that Ow- ball team at Danville today and tomor- bers of the faculty. ens will have to give way to the row and great games are expected. At the breaking of ground for the of them has lawyer, Denny. Neither Jackson and Zion Cornelius were Sue Bennett Memorial School at London any sort of claim on the seat, but their We have the Narrowest Toe Made on Century Lasts. convicted in the Jackson circuit court of Monday afternoon the first shovelful wbb votes will be needed in case the election the murder of Chrisropher Jones, and removed by Mrs. Lucy William- with a of president is thrown in the House, and sentenced to the penitentiary for life. new shcvel purchased for the occasion the rada never stand on a small thing like News has reached Mt. Vernon of the by Col. R. M. Jackson. Short addresses Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. that. dangerous wounding of John Anglin on were delivered by the Rev. Mr. Hall, Stock must be reduced. Look Jackson's neck is to stretch for the Clear creek, that county, by his daugh Judge J. W. Alcorn, JameB D. Smith, around and make your money go murder of poor Pearl Bryan; that is the ter, Mrs. Young. A razor waa nsed and Supt. B. F. Johnson, Prof. Sherman and as far it will. I cut my expenses others. jury at Newport found him guilty of her be was badly cut five times. At Ottawa, III., Jas. McGuire stabthe first of 1S96 in order to give murder and fixed bis punishment at MA TRIMONIAL MA TTERS. death, we learn from a dispatch received bed his wife 21 times and then plunged my customers the benefit of unOn the evo of her proposed marriage last evening. There's several chances for the knife into his own breast five times. necessary expense. This move In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Windotv;Shades, Glass, him yet, however, and the country wont The woman waa literally hacked to with Perry Marrows, Mrs. Lou of Preston, eloped and was wed- places my customers on the ground Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, J and breathe freely, until he drops with a dull pieces. Jealousy was the cause of the act. Sam Atchinson, of Owingaville. floor for buying good goods at Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DANViLLi'and see ded to thud for the commission of the foulest The Cincinnati Enquirer contains a Samuel D. Rothwell (not our friend reasonable prices. From $1 to crime of the century. picture of Miss Sarah Cecil and highly "Big Ingun" of Lancaster,) and Miss An$35 can be saved in a single trans-actiocomplimentary mention of her in a New nie Benedict, the prettty for the Ohio California declared A glance will convince Bnd free silver. Numberless at- York dispatch, which says she spent daughter of Constable T. J. Benedict, tempts have been made to get McKin- much of her time in the metropolis, were married at the bride's home in you. See me before buying is all Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, andjexnmine" one ley to express himself on the currency where she has many friends who regret Rowland Wednesday. Mr. Rothwell is I ask. question, but be maintains a sphinxlike her misfortune. Hor trouble with Mary a clever young farmer, of the Preachers-vill- e of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central k Kensection. silence that means anything but golden. Anderson was long and bitter. Miss An W. W. tucky. He hi out for votes and is not expressing derson's friends claimed that Miss Cecil After Evangelist J. E. Culpepper was in loye with a prominent theatrical had finished preaching at Wilmore Sun views just now. Undertaker, Furniture, Carpets, man whom she thought the actress was day night, Prof. T. W. Shannon, a teachTux Lexington Herald and Leader endeavoring to win away from her. Miss er in Holiness School, Asbury College, Stanford, Ky. have pooled their lucre and bought the Cecil's hallucination about the Jesuits and Miss Culpepper, daughter of the moBt improved typesetting machines, the grows out of her antipathy for Miss An- evangelist, walked down the isle, stop-po- d one using them at night, the other dur- derson, who is a devout Catholic. in front of the pulpit and were made BY- ing the day. It will prove a big saving husband and wife. The marriage creat NEWS NOTES. and Proprietors S. G. Boyle and 8. J. ed a great surprise. Roberts are to be congratulated. A statue of Gen. Winfield 8. HanHere's another matrimonial lightcock was unveiled at Washington. ning change artiste: At Wooster, O., R. M. Jackson, of London, has an.Will sell goodi for the., John J. Wallace and three sons were Mrs. Jennie Ransch waa granted a dinounced his candidacy for delegate to strucK by lightning in Trigg county and vorce in five minutes from Nicholas the Chicago convention from the 11th killed. Rancah and reBtorea to her maiden : : district. He is for Bound money and a While out bicycling at Lexington name, Jennie Berra. Seventeen minmighty Bound man. Miss Masaie Todd attempted to cross the utes afterward she wedded Andrew And Funeral Director. committee of the track in front of an electric car. She securing divorce, licence and anoth The democratic Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Duqsv Roh Tenth Congressional district has called miscalculated the distance, and the car er husband in 22 minutes by the watch Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Hurrah for Tol I The Somerset Para convention for Beatty ville, June 18, to struck her wheel. Sbel fell under the, Square, Stanford, Ky. opposite Court-Plous- e motor and waa crushed to death. Room agon saye: A. T. Martin, of Lincoln nominate a candidate for Congress. any objection can be raised to our the position. If there is, it is all the same, for we have accepted it ami of expressions sent the renewed distincnished consideration. For many Jeara we have held Gov. Bradley in high, personal esteem and the appointment is the more gratifying as proof that this esUpon the teem is not entirely trustees will devolve the selection of a site for the Reformatory and its supervision, there being more honor and work than emoluments attached to the office, however. It may be that we can get it located at Stanford and if no other locality can put up a better claim, we shall usfa our best endeavors to that end. one-sidenewly-wedded JameB N'oukervis was blown from county, who hna been hero for a few a ecaflold 05 feot high at ludiunapolis by weeks, and Mrs. Mollio O'Conuera, widow of tho late Mahlon O'Connors, went high wind and killed. Pursuant to the action of the Demo- the The Standard Oil Company is leas- to Helen wood, Tenu .last Snnday night, Stanford, Ky., - May 15, 1S96 cratic State Executive Committee, as ing land in Adair county, and prepar and were married Monday morning. chairman of the Lincoln county execuTho bride is a daughter of Mr. Tom Can-dlo- r, oil wells. tive committee, notice is given for the ing to sink three ol this city. Tne groom is a son of llv Lyons ha VV. P. WALTON. Another one of tho democrats of Lincoln county toaaeemble biea is dead at May fir Id. Three are sti'l tho late Mat Martin, who lived near tho Ht the court-hou- se in Stanford, Ky., in foot of Hail's Gap, in Lincoln county. living and apparently healthy. The editor of this paper is both sur- mass meeting on the 30th day of May, Col. J. P. Fuller, a wealthy widower Plans were perfected at Ht. Louis for prised and cratitl d at the murk of lS'Jfl, at 2 o'clock i t., solar time, for the the amalgamation of six great railroad of Bradfordville, and Mies Lou Annie esteem manifested by Gov. Bradley in purposo of chooning delegates to the The A. R. U. was denied Drye, of tho West Knd, drove down from brotherhoods appointing him to be onn of the. trusters, Stnte convention, called to meet at LexHuston ville yesterday morning and were admission. at will he seen in another column, of the ington, Ky., at '2 o clock v. m. ou the ;rd At Riuesciui, Breathitt, county, Dan married in the St. Asaph Dotal parlors $100,000 echool of reform, which the last day of June, next. Lincoln county is Sid Davia, wealthy and n, whs by Dr. J. Ballon. Mies Drye U a daughter LeuinUturo directed to be bnilt. Ab the entitled to eight IS) delog'itm to said con- shot and killed bv O J. Burnett, a clerk of Mr. John F. Drye and ts a liniiilmmie law requires that there ehnll be'two dem- vention. R. C. Wamrks, and accomplished lady. After the cerein Day Bros.' store. Chui'n. ocrats in the board, we do not suppose Stanford. May 12. '!W. Frank Pierce led a mony they drove to Huetonville, where 1HTE8I08J01ikK4i TO Till! DEMOCRACY OF LINCOLN COUNTY. -- W HEN- - Bargain H CO COMES- - :- -: Day CO well-know- You will find our store full of bargains and full of cagcr buyers who know and appreciate bargains. Have some special bargains for this week. If you don't believe wc can and do sell at prices at which you can save money, just compare the quotations in this ad. with any others you may chance to see. All we ask now is that you come see 6J0 Han-ove- C3 1 o A Nice Line W Straw Hats CO to-bo- at e, 1 lt o g Men's Summer Underwear LOUISVILLE STORE. Eh ! rH e pre-purto- ry Cook's German-Americ- an Sarsaparilla tor un-les- B The Vulcan Chilled Plow. 25-2- 7. We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. W. H. WEAREN & CO. SLIPPERS and SHOES - Nowis Your Time Wall Paper, Furniture. one-hor- se two-hors- e Carpets, Matting, Tan and Black in the Very Latest Styles. H. J. McROBERTS. - The Way to Get What You Need to Im prove Your House Lana-down- e, strad-blebu- g A. R. GIBBONS, ( l WITHERS, "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.'. At Cost. UNDERTAKING TO REDUCE STOCK J. c. nXXfcBJETT, Next 60 Days At Cost For Cash. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer Brey-fooa- e, J. K. VanArsdale. &MI-WEEhL- iNTERIOdOUkitAL .Camuacik paint. Craig & Craig & Hooker, N.w lino of stationery just received Tiihke and two cultivators at cost. FarrisA Hardin, two-hors- o one-hnrp- Btanfoud, Kt., May 15, Hocker. Mill going at half price at 189(5 nicpflt n)intrir (np nu,,!,, months fell yesterday hut it was not Wk have adopted tho spot cash sys- much more than a dust layer. Fair and cool is tho forecast for today. tem to every one. No favorites. Dunks ...... m a TlTE ts( Reduction In Prices 3" ! Craig A; Ilocker'a. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Youflhould taku your prcecrlptioiiH to I'enny h tlruir etoro whero nroiimt and IiiTi'MiNOUri and cannel nut coal, ncctiratu BPrvirti io inmrHiiti'eil tom price. Try it. Noel A Son. No more credit. We are now on a spot cash lmsip. Dank, tltfc Jeweler. bot- I'jiiisoxM. ruLxr.s. MliS. J. V. Kout in Ml'H MaIIY UllOWN 111 - Wall paper at vIbHIhk a i)tiit( hick. CllAHi Ih patterim jtiet received. low pricen and now W. U. MoRob-oris- '. LotliRVlllf. Gkoiiok V. DrHokd Iirh nrenpted j- j spectaclea No. JIO, with Covington dealer name on chhc. to MIsh Sarah Curtin and get reMica Ai.i.ik H. Hiiow.v, of Garrard", lias ward. accepted a poeition with John 1. Morton City TAXKH.-S- ix A Co., LoiiUvlll. per cent will be addMil. and Mhh. Knu'AiiiiOAiiTKit, went ed to your city taxi'B if not paid by June to IxMiinviilu WVdncaday to visit Mr. 1. Pay now and pave coatH. O.J. Htimo Lojian and wifo. collector. UiiAiiLkH P. Ghkknr luiH rt'lurniul Irom Handhomkht line of Jardinierea and n two motithit' visit to hio sister, Mm. Flower Clocks of nil kinda over brought Gcorto I'.Taiibinan, at Newport. to thia city, just received at Warren A M em Lou J. Elliott, of the Josoph Shanks'. much mtetl-ol'flco Hoapitnl, in R. G. Evans, administrator of J. liomu near Maywood. reet at Mies AdbleSauklky wbh "at liome" Owsley Kvhiik, deceased, has Hied suit to coveral couplea of lit--r yomiK friutulB for 130,000 damage against the Southern lant nilit, wjio anticipated a royal time. railroad at Versailles. Mit, Jnu Sbviiunck, Hit., wiio linn hern It'h a Hoy. The wife of the editor of poorly for boiiio time, Iihh koiio to Kork r',,.,,1.. J. ..;..... nil ...1 nun I ri;iiM;i,iiiuii. thia paper presented him w'tti a ....!.. f vnpiiti (tiin irsi ...! boy yesterday, which she has Mi;s I'l'ssCuKTitf and Mina lUchfd Al- named William P. Walton, Jr. Hhoii went to Lotiituillo luemlay to aee Wiiin.NO from JJethel Rulgo, Cmhv 'Thu Klvls" played by tint great Jeller-cocounty, Mr. Silas Wesley, a good friend Mit. Mauk Haiiuim etarted to Monti-cell- and patron, wivs that the dry weather is to ree iiin father, lint found nut at tiie sole theme there, where it never waa Somernel thnt he was on hin wny to visit so dry before at ihit time of year. Lira, to tie rcturniHl to thid the old man Wiiilk boring a well nt J.ih residence here. V. U. on the Danville pike, J. L. Totten struck fciiKHiipT. I). NrwLAVD took a strong How ol white sulphur water, Sprat t to tlio I.mltmton May in Henaavery docile and ave which he claims will compare with that of thu (unions White hiilphtir Springs of thoofiker no trnuhle Mm. W.T. Miihdikf, who filling Mr Virginia. Mudd'ri place in the dlxpateher'a ntllce, Tii.mn No. lion the C. S. Mill take pav uaa joined yenterday hy hia pretty little. sengers to Cincinnati and back Sunday wifo and tl.ey ure guratfl of thu Kt. As- for fl.25 from alt points from Souursut aph. ItpaneiH Kings Mountain toMoreland. Mim MaimikCociiiian, tUtiglilerof It. at McKimiey at l!:.litl nnd Moreland L. and Mra. Jennie Cochran, who have ;:05 a. M. many relative hre, i one of ihe Kradu-ati- a at Collt-jjthis of the Peabody, Kaneaa, (Joi.so on tiik Roaii Thoniks JefUr-eo- n seralnn. Hatcher will etart out Monday to Mk. Mom Coi.I.iku and MUit Annie Bell the (jiuker Mediciuu Co.'s modi-cinAiwtin, of Lancaster, took the train here He has engaged Frank Lewie, an yesterday for Iiotiiany, III. Thev were expert bxiijo player.of Parkaville, who accompanied thin far by Mies KatiuKltnn will be with him In his travels. Mr. son, of Itncaater. Hatcher Bays he is a living example of I)k. Gko. I'khkikh went to Stanford the cure-apropertlea of the medicine. Monday to be present at the silver wed A ckiitain young man of the Highdinii of hta relative, Mr. James K Lynn, land section, who had tarried too long at a prominent citiz-- n of that vicinity. the bowl a few days ago, fell by tho waySomerset Paragon. of the Globe, was np side and alept a few hours in the sun. J. L. Phoiiman, from Danville with advertisements Wed- He woke up very ill and in a abort time nesday night. 1U told un that he and 15 began to vomit such thiuga an beans with others rode to Tatham Springs, 85 miles sprouts an inch long on them, worms by and buck .Sunday in about seven hours. the score and so on. He became so of Middlesboro, alarmed he Bought a doctor for advice. Mk. J P. was here yeaterday. He aaya that owIow Ratk. Next Sunday tho Cincining to thu fact that the town in on the border of Tennesioe, many of its beet nati Southern will run an excursion to people voted for licensn to boat the blind Cincinnati from Junction City at $1 for Train leaves Junction the round-tritigerc. Kmitii, of Riclitnoml, was here City at 7 a. ., arriving in Cincinnati at It E. Wednesday advertising tho coming of LIU); returning leaves at 7 r. M. The University Glee, Mandolin, great game of ball between the Ginfin-nati- s Central and Hrooklyns, tha zoological Itanjo and Guitar Chit), which will ike , aro tho attractions. J. W. fc'atur at Walton's Opera House Trapp, agent, Junction City. day night. Uaii.by Hill, E.1 Peyton, Sam Helm, "Wiik.v theO. U. cadets went on their I) wight Hoot, Anderaon Kunnelley, annual outing last year," says tho Panta-grnp- h Uobt. Nunnelley.Thalua Wright and "the Paris people attempted to lie Carter, of Lincoln county, panned this furnish dinner but they miscalculated way to tho Cumberland lor a fish. Somthe eaiiug propensities of the boys, and erset Psragou. they came back as huugry as the faMil. 11. T. Con wav, of Lebanon, one of mous Eighth Kentucky Regiment boys tho trnateea of the prospectivo State Re- when they reached thu top of Lookout formatory, wafl here Wednesday to see Mountain.'' Forewarned is forearmed the local trusteo with reference to having and our people will aeu that none go tho institution located at Lebanon, nway feeling that aching void that nothwhich place has two trueteea. ing but victuals can (ill. Mb, W. H. Mason, of Lancaster, we Singular. The other night as passen. over Wednesday to meot Mica Nina Atkinson, of Henderson, who comeH to via ger train, No. 25, pawed the Danville crossing, the engineer saw a horse it bin wife. "Keg" tella us that he is making good progress in his raco for ap- on the track. It ran ahead of him for pellate c'urk und will soon take a tour of some time and then was scared oil the track by the whistling. Ho seems to the State. Mil K. C. Walton made tho quickest have been so frightened that he followed trip to Atlanta, Ua., this week over ac- tho train and fell into a cattle guard back Hearing of Col. Hill's. There No. 20 found him complished from this section. that his brother, Mr. T. II. Walton, was at 3:15 a. m. and it took half an hour to ill, he left hero Monday night at 11 o'clock dig him out and let the train pass. Tho and returned at 4:150 Wednesday, bring- horse had on a bridle and saddle and being Mr. Walton with him, who, we are longed to Eb Lawson. ' glad to eay, is nearly recovered from a A. F. F. Mies Ethyl Beazley enterspell of nervous prostration. tained Monday evening in honor of the A. F. F'b, of Lancaster and a number 0' CJTYAXI) VJCIXJTY. Stanford friends. Refreshments were A enciAL lino of tooth brushes, new served and everything done to contrib and good, at Penny's Drug Store. ute to the enjoyment of her guests who 9 furniture, Ac, are loud in praises of Miss Ethyl's de Will repair and reflnish lightful contribution to their happiness. if brought to my Btoro. J. 0 McOlary. There were present from Lancaster Skk the ganuine "Brown" cultivators Misses Grace Kinnrtird, Altio nnd Bessie and Malta plows at cost. J. K. VanArs- - Marksbury, Lizzie and Mattie Thompson, " dale. Nannie Harris and Messrs. J. W. Sween Withera' advertisement ey, C. D. Walker, W. 3. Beazioy, O. W. Rkad W. W. and save yourself several dollars by so Shugars, R. T. Einbry, E. G. Brown nnd W. II. Nool. From Stanford Misses Mary doing. - T Bruce, Pearl Burnside, Bessie Richards, Nkw beans, pens, potatoes, cabbage, Lilly Peyton, Clara uud Ophelia Lackoy, bananns, oranges, lemona and pine apples Kate Alcorn, Katie Lee Yeagor and Sa at W. U. Brady's. rah Tounaley, of Perry, Ga., nnd Messrs. found a bomb on the H. O. Baughman, W, S. Embry, G. A En lluuiiAun W. Rout, Jr., J. Carroll Baughman farm tho other day, which has McRoberts, J. Bailey, George Dunn, Albert H. Sever-- , never been oxploded. It bore the name ance and Henry Rowan Saufley. of J. P. Schenkl and was made in 1801. IxwT.-P- clorUslilp in ISroilheail. Mit M I) IIahdin, of Mnnticulln, to wit!: hisroi), Murk Hardin. Alit. m Mn. A. A McKiNMtv went to Loulavilltt yratcrtiRy tiiorninp. Mil, J. It, Louan, who wi'iitly polil IiIh fiirm at Loxih, linn moviil to Nleli-olneviilo. Thk "Wets" won 111 Middienboro by a msjority of (II, in tho hottest fight ever known there. Ladikh. Protect your sums, cleanse your teeth by using a small tooth briiBh, sold by Craig A Hocker at 20c. --- - air of Ik-tu- rn New-lan- m 1 HDJoj-ing- il hr f. n. o 1 11 NVed-iii-stlii- y. 2:-l''- e. ll m m p. 1 in gar-den- e, Is TiiEcouneii did not extend the time Since adopting the Cash Svstkm I am enabled to Reduce Prices LadIbh. If you want thu finest goods for tho payment of city taxes so you must settle with me by Juuc 1st or pay on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, in Canned PeacheH you over tasted goto the six per cent, pnnalty. O. J. Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a Warren AShankft' Model Grocery. full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by Thy J. H. Baughman k Co.'s cooking Mk. O. J. Nkwlani) Is trie bogs garden- selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have Bcoals. They are best and cheapest. er. IlehsR on exhibition ah asparagus ever been offered here. ituminous nut 10c, Cannel nut 14c, derJ uichofl in circumference. The livered nt your house. exhibition at the World's Wk have turned over all our accounts Fair measured only 4J Inches. to W. A. Tribblu for collodion and you M11. Thomas Roy. the efd father of will favor us by an immediate settle- Mr. James Roy. of Kinge.ville. was tried ment. Hughes it i'atu. TRY OUR- before Judge DavUou and a jury yesterWithin tho next lew few days I shall day and declared to he of unsound mind. cull un you personally for tho amount Ho waa ordered to the asylum at Lexington. you owe mu and shall insist 011 all acJkllico peoplo w:ll run an excursion counts being settled. Dauks, the Jew eler. to Louisville Sunday, peeing here at 1 Stankohij has organized a Law and 8:15 a. m., returning leave Louisville nt i'2. D. Order League, which means Stanford has Hi M. Fare for the round-tri- p determined tomuketho enforcement of E Tyler, exprees agent at Jellico, was We here yesterday advertising the excursion. Both Tongue and Tongueless. Time saved is money made. law a matter of business. Somerset have the Wo hope so, but fear not. Such Juihie Shklton is paying no attention things never amount to much, the to Judge Davison's refusal to grant him moru'u the pity. State license after tho board of trustees Evans a Shootkh. Hearing that Will ut Row nad had said ha should have EvatiH had been seen at old Dick Evant them and ho had tendered the money to house, Deputy Sheriff R. M. Nowlmid, him. His attorney advised him to run Marshal O. J. Newland and Constable T. his saloon wide oppn and he is doing so. And sell it on a Guarantee. J. Benedict got up a crowd and went in Elkction op Uou.ncilmkn. At. nn adsearch of him yesterday morning. John journed meeting yesterday afternoon Mr. Skldmore was one of the party and see- W. H. Higgins was elect-- d to fill the vaing the busheu shake not far from him cancy in the board caused hy the death and it was one of the party he ol Mr. W. L. Withers and Mr. John M. callrd en, "Come on let's give up the Stone chosen the plnce of Counjob." In un instant a bullet whizzed hy cilman T. I). Raney, who resigned. A -.;;iii- thim ..ml ho b.iw Evans running from majority of the board is said to favor tit in. Mr. Sitiduiore shot at him several liquor license, but for satisfactory reatimed, hut unfortunately mifsed him, and sons will not vote for it. by tho time he got thu crowd together to The court of appeals, though decidpursue him, tho negro wna both out of sight and roach. In fact the bustuH ing oO per cent, more chhpb than ever where he ww seen are eo thick that you before, is further behind in its work than it was a vesr ago. It has on hand can hardly see a htl( dozen Bteps away. Ready Cash Works Wonders when it comes to prices over 900 casea, all of which have long on IIunh Jury. Thu bastardy case of Miss been ready for final action. Kate Cook against Frank Spnonamoru Some farmers are feeding their fat wan tried beforwSquiru W L. Daweoii tening cattle corn just the eaiue as if and a jury Tuesday, which after occupy- it wna winter time. Th drouth has cut ing all day resulted in a mistrinl, the short the urass and made this neceFsary. jury standing eight for the girl and four I'nlcps it ruins eoon feajlers will lie com pelled to phiti early in June, something for the boy. Thu plaintiil, who is n end very unusual in this locality. George faced, pretty girl of lebs than 18. told town llllS. straight-forwarttory of her downfall Every body wants to pay Cash and will do it with a little and positively asserted that she had nev'JJCW AliVKRTIHWtE.Vr'. We offer the Encouaagemcnt. encouragement. er hen criminally intimate with any but the defundant. He swore us 17SS. positively, however, that he had had KEPOKT OF THE CONDITION nothing to do with her and presented oe several witnesses to prova the girl's bad THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Come let us show you New Organdies, Val. Lcaes, White character, boiiiu of which was the most AT STANFORD. patently perjured that we ever heard. In the State Kentucky, Kid Gloves, White Leather Belts, Persian Wash Goods, of at the clne of businex Ona country gawk swore that he had May 7, 1S96. Lawns, Ladies' Ties, Ladies' Collars and Cuffs, Fans, taxen the girl to a hotel at Junction City RESOURCES. Butter Laces, &c. and although they had each registered in Loans and ditcountt JiS,753 64 thair own names, the proprietor had as Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 5,(6895 signed them to tho same room, where U. S. ltonds to secure Circulation 50,000 00 11,564 g they remained for 12 hours. He couldn't Stocks, securities, etc furniture and future?.. 9,15000 anytell however what yea it was and Due from National Hanks, not Re- thing further than that it was tolerably srrTeAcent 5,391 30 Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Carpets. Due from State Hanks and Hankers cold weather. The grand jury ought 794 70 Due from approved rcsere n'ents 1,351 54 them all. Col. Wo'ch, who assisChecks and other .,. 513 90 ted County Attorney J. B. Paxton in thri Notes of other Nat. cah items Hanks. 1,090 00 testiprosecution, completely riddled his Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents mony nnd that of the other witnesses 24, , G 7,s4i jS whom ho declared his client would not Specie Legal tender notes 4,734 00 11,575 3s "wipe her feet on." Mr. P. M. McRob-dtt- s, Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer for the defendant, handled tho case 5 per cent, of circulation..... 2,35000 with much skill and made a strong ToUl $37.49 31 speech in his behalf. Thu baby was filMAHIUTIKS. ed as an exhibit in the case and there was Capital stock Jtoo.ooo 00 a difference of opinion as to its likeness Surplus fund 15,000 00 Is Receiving his to the defendant, who is a student at the Undivided profits, lets expesses snd taxes paid 55 Winchester College. We of course do not National Hank Notes outstanding 45,000 00 express an opinion in the case, Due to other National Hanks intend to 3,(3 10 Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call but we do say in all such cases that Due to State Hanks and Hankers 606 iS the late illustrious Mark Jnrman was Individual deposits subject to check.... 73,163 27 losses Fund to j,0jj ,0 right when he declared that "the suicide Liabilities pay than those THK HERD K other boo stated should be madu to support the child Capital Stock Reduced QTGTT 7,57 50 Thoroughbred JmUMtfmf AAVVVKJi y when it was proved agin him." It is : 37.49 3 Mr Ureedcrs were selected from tnp boat herds enough for n poor girl to sutler the shame Total STATK OF KKNTUCKY, of this famous breed of swine In levcral different and disgrace without having to work her- County of Lincoln, " States. A splendid lot ol pigs of ditlorent ages L John J. .McRoberts cashier of above named for sale, llred sows a specialty. Satisfaction Belt to death to provide for her illigiti- Hank.do solemnly sweur that that the above state- guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address J mate offspring. ment is true to the best of mv knnwledce and be. BRONAVGH, New-lan- d. larg-ettono- the Jeweler. m 11 A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- Hew Malta Walking Cultivators Par-ng- o. f Best Plow on the Market, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. - - 111 Ready Cash Works Wonders. Dry Goods, Carpels, Clothing and Shoes. 11 d per-eo- n, ITS LOW PRICES, Severance H Ilanking-hous- e, & Son, o RUPLEY -- TME MERCHANT TAILOR - jg SPIIMNCr ANBSUMM1B HLUF-GUAS- S Duroc-Jerte- TJrfrCS -- Will E.itkhtain Tubm. Nearly all of Av-enu- o thu ladles and a numbor of the gentleJ. S. lOLKRK, 1 T. V. IlLL. D irectors. man appointed on the committees to arJ J. W. Havdi-.m- , for the coining of Oapt. Henry range No. 3917. Wygant's battalion from Central Univer REPORT OP THE CONDITION were present at the sity, meeting Tuesday and groat interest was manifested. On motion Mr. W. H. THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE Shanks was called to the chair and after 0FHU8TONVILLE, much discussion in which the ladies took In the Statu of Kentucky, at tho close of business prominent part, it was decided to spread May 7, 1806. the visitors n picnic dinner nnd entertain RESOURCES. them in every way that will add to their Loans and discounts $101,643 3S pleasure. To this end the following Overdrafts, secured and 1,634 39 unsecured. ladies wore appointed a committee US. Honds to secure circulatioi young 13,50000 to solicit contributions of food and money Hankinj; House, furnituroand fixtures. 1,000 00 for the dinner: Misses Annie Alcorn, Due Irom National Hanks, not Acents ,04 37 Linda Owsloy, Dollio McRoberts, Jennie Due Irom State Hanks and Hankers.... 1,110 So Warren, Ethyl Beazioy, Fannie Shanks, Due from approved reserve agents 4,354 49 Belle Denuy and Nannie YanDeveer. Note ol other Nat. Hanks 2,356 00 The committee to have charge of the din- Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 10 97 ner on the grounds will be Mesdamea Specie 11,360 00 Alcorn, A. W. Carpenter, Mildred Legal tender liotes. tlooo 00 13,360 00 Beazley, J. N. Menefeo, Bettie Cobb Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5 per cent, of circulation and Foreatus Reid. Mayor J. N. jfo j0 appointed a committee of To'al- Menefoe was .$137,416 40 one to prepare the grounds and'erect taLIAUILITIES. bles, Ac. All who take part are expect- Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 ed to wear the college colors, Cream and Surplus fund 33,000 00 2,480 10 Crimson, and all who have conveyances Undivided profits notes National 10,650 00 were requested to bo at thu depot with Due to HankNationaloutstanding Hanks..'. other 3,055 47 them to meet the ladies of the party. Due to State Hanks aud Hankers Thu entertainment committoo will be at Individual deposits iwbject to check 48,141 33 tho depot nnd during tho dny will do all Total $137,416 90 in its power to make it socially pleasant I. J. w. Hocker, Cashier of the above named Re-ser- JOHN J McROHKRTS. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this nth dav W. M. HRIOHT, N. 1 L. C. of May, 1896. lief. R. II. Crab Orchard, Ky. kl H2fe FULL LINE OF Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Culti vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows d before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- B. THE s. wab,:eit. I J-- Mc-Kinn- ey Popular Washer. Try one for 30 Days and if you don't like it don't take it. Bslr pointed to notify Capt, Wygaut of the notion of the meeting nnd it then ad- forournueats. W.P.Walton was ap- journed. The drill and picnic grounds will like ly be in Mr. W. P. Tate'a woodland. Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. W. HOCKEK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th Greatest Washer of the Age. Try one and you will never use any other kind. dayol May, 1896. J. H. HOCKER, N. P. L. C. D. S. Johnson, ") V Ed Alcok.v, Directors. H. Hkowx, ) FARRIS & HARDIN. P"K Semi-Week- ly interiqrJournp Tueaday and Friday AT PoMTahed Every f3 T?KH YJCAIMXADViVNCK ! not sopaid S3.BO will be charged.-K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train ease Stanford 4:30 p m. v 7 ' m-- i returning L. & N. LOCAL No. . TIME CARD. .. Train going North ' M,.6. ' South It. 5, Mo. 1$, " QUEEN & CRESCENT. J pm i 33m 1 37P tn . '".IP" 04 K. 3 " 0 Trains pas Junction City ai follows: 1 South j 07 pm No a North ...3.4J p m 1 6 " am ...35 m " ...6 00 ft ci 10 pm Notk. Nos. 4 and 5 and 9 and 10 run 110 furfur than Junction City All trains ttop there. 3 " ' ... . 9 it 8 11.09 3 m 35 " " " 4 " ...t.nopm pill. .1 w w a aM M a.aw r POWDER Absolutely Pure. der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Report. A cream of tartar baking pow- I ROYAL BAKING POWPER CO. New York. CARK.L BAH.EV. DOt. ORYB Proprietors ir i, TTiraiiUnjr and Sale Stable KY First-clas- STANFORD. sale vt4 prepared torand sold bought In Harness, Korre handled under Ssddle androadsters and s Good on commission ssatdlers 3 fcaK.reile trae and best stables in the country. i- - C charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. f. V. COOK J. W. MeGlNNIS. THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVILLE, KY., All Kinds Builder and Dealer of Carriages. in Work done and warrant. d ta give satisfaction. All work done when All accounts due when work is de-- I promised 00 wcted. Your patronage solicited. Re.pe.WnK a SpecUlty. p. T. b : T. : ST7TT02T. KENTUCKY. T UNDERTAKER, WUSTONVILUE, his services o the oeople of West LinFull stock of Coffin, coln and Casey Counties. on hand. and Caskets always Manager. 9J D. 6. Carpenter, CALL ON !' I F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Cents. 1'ocVet Key CnecVs by Mall for only Checks of Tor U.iL'i!aKe and Key decks, Checks Key Do; License til kinds, Badges, Stamping on Metal and gen- ftiags. Chains. Ac oral repairing. Shop over M. U fclmoiesS6 store, Ouaford, Ky. ifi' r 1ABKER HOUSE, J. V. HARKKR, Proprietor, Somerset, tad - m Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Fsr Dav. Largo Rmoodeled and refurnishou throughout. Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and ollice connected by Electric Bells. 47 Erapt and polite service to guests. STANFORD MALE : COLLEGE. STANFORD. KY. WILLIAM SIIELTON, President. RS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Miss Emma L. Martin, Pesidmg Teacher in the Siudr Hall; MissMary Cowen, PrincipsI ol the Music Hits Mary P. Harris, Principal of the Departments ol Art and Elocution. Second Session Begun Wednesday, January 22. send for Circular College. ,To For terms, &.c, or call at the Portland. ,.Yia San i'rancisco. the rTOBTHWililST 'the '()) iouitvntc.ttwtcJ m CHICAGO m Rr Jr Eay Lesson For Coin's Pnpll. Scomo mm. it is nn Eagle, is it not? "What I like about your writings," Do want said tho thoughful editor to tho young Yes, it is a Gold Kagle.Huftlo men them. for aVttf Fretpiently Drowned by liaptiting and man in tho tight 11 tting- coat "is tluiir these Kagles? Yes, they Why do men want Gold Birds? Dccnuso Sehlom Btiltnl to Death by the resemblance to Emcreou's." thorn. things "la that 60?" cried tho delighted they canis buy many Bird. with A Loon? Initiatory Goat. Is it Hero Another young man, clasping his h.iudti to- Yes, To the Editor of tho Interior Journal. it U n Silver Loou. Lj it bo Highly gether. BRita-te- d "My wife becoinM considerably Tito editor nodded. and eally frightened," snld a promi"May -or nsk," timidly ventured nent and excellent Hentleman to me the tho young man, "whervin your discern(( other day, "wlieu I Bay h word about ment and critical judgiuoiit discover er rc.stiinbla.uco?" And Uio joinlnR secret orders. I havo been think- thia ing ol sending in my petition to the Stan- young man blushed again. Onco more tho thoughtful editor ford Knights of Pythias lodge, but with if 1 nodded. tears in her eyes she Bays she knows "You employ the same punctuation mount that K. P. goat I will be returned marks," he said, kindly. X. Y. to her in a condition BUggestive of crape and funeral notices and she'll be a widow. Tcitctl. She means every word she save," he add Smart Wife Don't worry, George. I ed and then he walked out of the room wrote nn article for the paper leaving me to ponder o'er the niiecoucep showing how to got up a family dintionsand frailties of human nature, and I ner for one dollar, aaid I took it around, s -- , rL. .jI . a, I finally came to the conclusion that Adam nnd the editor gave mc a dollar. Husband That's a rare piece of good made no greater mistake when he ate X- the apple that Kvo gave him than this luck. What arc you going to do with lady did when she picked up the idea tho dollar? it Kagle? No, Booaut-Prized "I'm going to trv that recipe mywlf, will not as tho many Thing". Then it buy mentioned above. and seti if it will work." X. Y. Weekly. is a Cheap Bird, is it not? Well, rather. As a member of it, I desire to briefly See Tho .Man. He H n Not the Sum '. and concisely, (to show that K. P's. Little Mabel -- Papa, does our family Ho works hecauto ho wants Goods. If wouldn't hurt a hair on any man's head) his work is measured in Knglen, ho will own a planet? elucidate the principles of the K. P. Who put get much Giods. If his Wages nro paid "What nonsense, child. Order, which in enbstauce areas follows, that idea into your head?" in Lons, lie will got littlo Coods. as I conceive or know them to be: Little Mabel Why, I asked teacher Which Bird does ho Prefer? Can Knglcs lly? You bet they can fly. The Order has but one object, one re- last night what big star it was above sult the elevation, the hbppiness, the us, and sho said it wasn't a star, but a If tho .Man makes it Free Coinage Law betterment ofamankind. It is founded planet, and that it was ma's. Brooklyn that Sixteen Loons shall bo Worth Ono on friendship of the excellent and untie-u- tl Life. A New Experience. variety that shines through the mists Magistrate (to witness) Now, bear of centuries that exercised by Pythias toward Damon and which was mutual. in mind, Uncle Bastus, that you have sworn to tell the truth, the whole truth The imperative commands of the Order nnd nothing but tho truth. are to visit homes where lacerated hearts Uncle Uustus (somewhat flustrated) are bleeding, to assuage the sufferings of sah, but I de gemmen a brother, bury the dead, care for the '11 go kinder slo' on do Kta't, sah, cos yo sees, yo' honnh, I hain't yuse ter dat widow and educate the orphana, to exercise charity always, construe things in sort o' thing. Bay City Chat. the most favorable light, while the Susceptible of I'roof. brightest jewels it garners are the tears "He doesn't know anything at all, of widows and orphans. The order is according to you?" "That's it. lie's an inspired idiot." intended solely and only to disseminate "Can you advance unything in proof the great principles of friendship, charif alien, of that statement?" ty and benevolence; to uplift the "Certainly. I can kIiow that he is a Kagle, the Gold Birds will fly away to be his refuge, shelter and defense; and Aeros tho Sea. Will that Help tho practical joker." to bind in one harmonious brotherhood, "Then your case ia protod." Chicago .Man? No; it will make him Pom Dots the Man liko to lie Poor? Not men of all classes and opinions. Its laws Ktening Post. much ; ho v ants to get Rich. Then why are reason and equity, its cardinal docThe Itrl.lce. does ho listen to tho Friends of tho trines inspire purity of thought and life I stood on the bridge at midnight rhonp Loons? B oause hw hits not cut his and love of truth, its intention is peace After the play was done, And I thanked ms stars that I had not Kye Teeth yet. Pretty Soon ho will on earth and good will to all mankind Tumble to tho Silver Loun'a Racket stood A true Knight of Pythias can but be a That way ere the piny lxjgun Then, Uoodby Loou. to model church member. True it is that For tho bridge belonged my my fiddle, only one. And of coursu 'twas An Ilonrat IMrlnlon. in churches many do not live up to what N. Y. World. The Detroit Fn Protoi says tlwt there they have professed. It's the same way A tirrat ilumUhuki-r- . is to bo no dodging on the thianotnl in the K. P. Order. But neither tne The minister was a great handshaker question by the Democratic presidential church nor the Order is to be blamed. shutting down like a vise. One day ho candidate. "Thuiwpinmt who now talks To be held worthy to wear the armor of a shook a boy's hand nnd gave it an awful of a straddle might just as well draw m o knight, figuratively speaking, a man ie squeeze as he said: "My little fellow, T his booui aud tleroto lilrn-iel- f to his expected to be a lover of the right and a hope you are pretty well business. Though there is a division, With tears in his eyes the boy an- in the ranks on this subjtvt, it is an foe forever to the wrong, ready to do and of truth and right, swered: "I was until you shook hands honest one, and tho element that conto dare in the cause with me." N. Y. ilcrcury. trols in tho Chicago convention is going which is might. It is presumed that nothto know the views of the man placed in A (.rent Artistic Triumph. ing will swerve a K. P. from the line of . nomination." M. Bluefern (man drcisMiiakcr) duty, but be is expected to be sure he is of my life! May Stop Carelf Voting. right, then go ahead, it matters uot as to This is the proudewtday new honor has Admiring Wife What In the view of tho Louisvillo Courier-Journthe consequence. His heart must be Oil been heaped upon you? it is "perhap well unough that ed with friendship for all and charity for "I attended a droMi rehearsal at tho of tho bound money the weak and erring. He is expected to Fashion theater, nnd everybody ad- bouiubecoming alarmed over Democrats are tho remember that fear is the deadliest foe to mitted that my drosj.es acted better of tho free silveritos controlling tho N. Y. Weekly. knowledge and to be always a hero, re- than Worth's." Chicago convention. It will arou.w membering that the coward faucies perthem to their daty and euro them af Accounted for. ils which may not exist, and always he is their good natural habit of, whilo ad-- ! His hair Is red, hla cheeks are pink. His tie Is blue, his coat Is yeller vocatiug isound money principles, votlngt expected to remember that when death's Ana that is wn my rnendsait think for free silver men. darkneES comes to the home of a friend I have a. rainbfiiu for un inliur- his duty is there, to comfort, to console, and, if possible, to point out through the gloom of sorrow's night the stars that shine beyond, remembering that to share the Borrows of others broadens the vis ion, tempers the heart and makes golden Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet the light that shines upon the hearthArticles. A full assortment always kept in stock stones where we with loved ones dwell and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. In substance, as I uuderstand it, and I belong to several, all secret orders are intended to make men more social and humane and the above or similar principles are expected by them to be carried out to the letter. If all men were united in the Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at spirit of fraternity, how beautilul the Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. world would be. Then indeed would the Biinshine of love and happiness dispel tne shadows of cruelty and wronu. A G. Danville minister of prominence and ability says Pythiaiiism is Christianity and Christianity is Pythianism. A Stan-or- d preacher says more lessons for good can be impressed on a young man in a K. P. lodge than in any other way of which he has knowledge. There is as If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before much danger, really, of tilling a prema- making your selection. We tan interest you in both goods and priture grave through the medium of initiation into a secret order as there is by a ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from S5 to 5 15. preacher drowning yon in the Baptismal process. This is as true as Gospel. Let those who have feors, then, of the crippling or killing propensities of the tradi tlonal lodge goat banish such fears, and In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from ?2 to $4 per pair. let the irrefutable fact predominate that Special inducements to Cash Buyers. the good secret orders havo and are accomplishing, both for time and eternity, would be as difficult to measure accurately as it would be to force a camel through the eye of a neodle or to eail into the ports of heaven on flowery beds of In Order To , ease. Job F. Waters, Diadem Lodge, No. 81. Stanford, Ky., May 11, "M THE CHURCH AXD SECRET OR-DKU- S. Remarkably Alike. - J. S. OWSLEY, JU A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Is a candidate for Ccngress in this, the F.lghth District, subject to the action of the Democratic yarty. JUDGE W. S. PKYOH Is a candidate for Judge of tho Court of Appel for this district, subject to the will of tbe democracy. Sinn ford, Ky Office over McRobettt' Druj Store llullding. in the Owsley -- 1-- I m(jp A Spsoial Invitation Isglxen to all who have accounts with mo that have bren running over fto days to come In ami and settle. W. E. Wright ul run the business (Mill l va I nasi h f.. If! ) ' Sll4 far IV. IUI Ma. Mill lllllll Tl tt IIlit ery one to trade with him. L. .. -- Atli(-s- tl-i 13-i- iluslunvllle, Ky Ue-cord- to-da- y, --A-.. r . The fcllowlntr ordinance was passed at a regular meeting of the City Council of SUnttml, Ky , April to, 196, indue tmm of law, uhich aidiiisnte siull and doe uke ellect Irom and alter its publication, as lellows, lt City Ordinanco. Keep ou eye on the Pace Fence See Hull L Dawson, J II Hruhl, R. Cobb, II. Chancl r and others whu hs.ve us A rd. Ky edit. Asenl for LIikjIii Couuty 9$.jm Pudderar, J Fd Carter, jytsjfe! SHELBY & SHELBY, 1 :r"r-- &J City Taxes Shall be Due on the First Day of Marc h, After tho assisiment, and any person or persuns falling to pay their taies by the lit day of June thcrealter shall pay sit per icul. additional on the taxes i duo and unpaid, which additional sum shall le charged to the Marshal in his settlement with the-- City Council JOHN N MKNKKEE, Mayor. OEO II WEAKEN. Clerk Props. Livery, Feed nnd Sale Stable, Junction City, Kentucky. Flrst'Class Turnouts, Piumpi Attention, Very Reasonable Rates A portion of ) our patronage Is m. respectfully solicited I j ' o Work-iug-Ma- u. Buggies, Cultivators. II you want a No I Hugcy. one worth every dollar )ou have to pay lent and one that will be guaranteed to give you satisfaction and a Uugtjy right, go to Corns Ono, Como All. And see the new Hats at Mis Dudderat's Temnew Fashion this week New Panamas, ail the new Persian fits. Is In riowcrs and Ribbons Handsome goods hut Low Pilces Dress making doue in tre latest stile ami on short M I). Dl DI1KKAK. notice. MRS. KAIK DtDDKKAR. pled n, ID. llustonvillc, Ky. He will not handle shoddy stud He has some beautiful Surreys and Phae-ton- e. The genuine Malta Cultivators and Plows, the best in uir, as all tanners will tel)ou. Oo la see him and save your money S. Carpoator, To Contractors I s, fife We are ready to lecrlve bids on the M K Church South to be built near Walnut Hal. lllds will be received until May ist Spcillicatioos and plans o bulldln; sic now at the Interior Journal office For further Imnrmation apply to the lluildlng Committee at Walnut Klat.kr , 4tJ I) HOLTCLAW, K. E. OAlNS. J C 11 CKKK, II JOJSTSS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole inuprlctur Dean's lllack Diamond Korf Paint Kstimates furnlshrd for painting W'oil, Metal and Iron Roofs Sallstaclmu guaiantrej. All roots painted with Dean's lllack lllamend Paint guaranteed for years Pealtrs in best Intern Pumps and Galvanised Iron I'illrrs. s. II J. T. CommlttK. A Her Eress Making1 EstaWshmeni. Having completed my course In the Fieneh Taikirlog System ol Cutting aud Pitting I oiler 111 j : And Vicinity, leeling assured mil t can All kinds of Carriage, Huggy and Wagon MakI will be found In the rear them with my work over dune. Millinery Slur anl will ing and Repairing new A vsblles workedchare of Mrs Kato Dudderar's H Kmley has and wade gooj as be glad to wail on the wishing woik is my line el the painlin; department and guarantees Ills a specially and for cash an-l- y work Mils w.M t.- - 11. atanioiu 7 tl Accounts due ill of each month I II MKRSIION, llorse-Srweing The vako' St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Ky. JUiclics of Stnulorcl. SPRING, 1890. of J S 6M Blue-Gras- s Kiuit Nurseries. ani Ornamental 1 runs, Asi ara..s. t.rap I H C.ltKKK. A. II KINLtY. j Tieos, Vines, Shrubs, small lUv due. t and save mc.uy Ac. No atents Mrawherr and central catalogues ou application , H. K iMLLHNMtKK. i ueiiinjiun, isjr Telephone j'j. AH kinds ICOUIJo will frsHti mw ' deliver the Stanford Kaelar y,s Ice legulatly every mernlai. Price jri-vat- ?" TO THE I-DI- I 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. Any amount between ioandla lbs at Ifcln. All bill must jsusiiliely be paid Ihe first ul each m nth K IIKLMFR. I am back from the vines with everythlac that a visit Is new and pretty in the Millinery line to my store will cflnsmcr you that this stock Is tha most complete Klcsant line Linens and Embroidery Material MISS LICCU lIKAZLi:, Stanford. Ky THE F. RILEY D. XlILHY. HOUSE London. II - - I'roprtotor, - Kontuoky. al ' MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED HARMS In Lincoln courtly, Ky.atrs prr cent . temt-anual Interest: no commission ihar;ed. Address CEO W HAW KoDtn 17, Kenyois HnilUlns. Louisville. Ky. Ear blank applications and fur ther Information, inquire ol J N. Sauaden, At' torney, Stanlord, Ky. I have moved 11 my new Hotel and am bettti Srcpared than ever to accommodate the public attached and every conveaieacs d Oive ms a Call 11. d pros-jx'Ct- H RILKY. dr, w. OcntiNt, OtTice on 3. P2asrir2rl , J. C- - McWhorter, - w&&2&$ : PENNY'S DRUG STORE INDEUTAKKH, Crab Orchard, Wishes to thank Ins litem! will be lound ready to Stanford, : Ky. r Kentucky. and neighbors f"r Lai.ca-lc- Slrcet, at Residence. their patroiiiKe and lespecOully asks to te re membocd to the future Mr .ranville Hal.v A anv time at uiceline it Caskets, Corhu., Kobes, Ac . to sela 3m lect from always on luno ere yu Two Farms For Sale. coun'y, Ky , ihe well watered Farm N . i contains wilt, acre. In U'ukln.mn griM.. . i.arl of which Is in rri.i Penny's Drug Sore L. PENNY, Executor. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! new metal roM uil.. ij4iii f jr 10 acre crop Ihia farm is Mtjated in whit is priouncet the Uist district in Kentuck.v far Whu. II,. , l r tacco. tvmfuitablarc.id.M. k....... we are the exclusive ajents for the Remember Farm No a contains iva acres in same locality, celebrated with brick dwellio.' i.a. ...w-- l Branch Jellico Coal, arns. One ol the bet wiuioi.d (atui, )n Xha county. Also that it will be to the interest of everybody .. Ilflth farm. .r in Sti..ti. Mr ..........!. well 10 tall and see our clean Domsstlr Nut C&al. ,", " ; V. I'rices the sery lowest We pas tho ash at the watered nd feucnl. Clmt to R U. deiKit, scheols ' lowest market and un a tone tur.vpike mines, therefore are able to sell at the ror iBiitrutatioii apply to price. Come and see .. J N. SAl NDKRS, Oood Coal makes red ashes.no cinders. In Stanford, Ky. Falls llranch it cts rails ilrauch Nut tic; i0 . Nut n ts NjtIii Jelliui dun Mountain lelh.o Thaie prices arc for Coal ilclisere.l Lump tic . lor Coal at our house charces are one cent less. NOEL A- K)N. Coal, Coal, Coal. Falls gol ii improvcm.nts, Iticlud-i- n ..j .i ..' -- - A. AVJiaiaS, cS: W. S. Stanford, BTTKCH., Law, - - Bricklayer Stonecutter 91 3"i Stanford,JCcjTtucky. Guaranteea FirstClass work In every particular Prices reasonable Ha bad it years' one. Attorney at Keiitncky. r,enc'" Can Not Be Bxcelled. Officeon Lancaiter Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention. 83 T1IK HUSTLING farmers Rank&Trnst Or STANFORD, KY., Co INSURANCE MAN, M. W. JOSltTSOlT, Isnowfully organtted and ready for business will W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 1 Close Out Our Stock Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutu al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mich., can write you all the moat favorable plans ol Injur ance. He also represents the old reliable Centra Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville. Ky., anil will be glad to have a liberal share or your patrousKe. Will be ie.idy to center all the favors that can bo given by any warehouse Liberal cash advance menu made on consignments, both in ihe ware. . I ....11 IHj.rU a. .., house aim country. court day. Parties wanting hogshe.ids, prizes or me at Paint Lick. Ky. money should address 606m Prompt altcntlon gMaranteed U. S. IJAU0HM4N. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . -- $200,000. 0,000. J W. IlACOIIMAK. Only Dining Car Route From Did You Ever. Vlegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleeper of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address K. H. BACON ffKANK J. REID, D. P. A , C. P. Agent, 1Louisville Chicaxo. Be surs to call for Moaon Route. TOCHXCS.GO. Try Electric Bitters at a remedy for your trou blest If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to ba peculiarly ad pted to the relief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct inlluence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have Loss ol Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting .Spoils, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Duiy Spells, Electric Bitters is tne medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Only 20 cenU a buttle at W. U. Mc Roberts' Drug Store. - ZJenver. for cuts, brufiess sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, cornj and all skin eruptions, cures Diles. or no Dav reouircil. ft u I will take all the hides I can get at positively to luaranteed give satisfaction or money , for cash or In trade tor leather on refunded. Pric at perfectper Otten-helcents box. For sale bv TOtrtdaTiatStanlordorat my home in "I W.B.McRuberu, druggist. t Chas. Knnslin, Tanner. St Paul. Uucklln'a Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world Without the Least Possible Delay we have decided to sell at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, but also the nevv stock, which consists of the latest designs and effects in wash goods, silks, dress goods and all other lines of a carefully selected and closely bought dry goods stock. Our clothing stock is the best cut and made goods in town and includes some beautiful goods. everything in the house will go at prime cost until closed entirely. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiKTOKS HIJDbo. W. P. TATE', Stanford. J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; . H. Shanks, rstanfoid; J.S.Owsley, SUnford; S.J. Eubry, Stanford; J.B. Ovsley, Stanford; J T Cash, Stanford; If you need livery live us a call. Nothing out WiL'lim GcochSlanlord; will leave our stable. See as frit-cla- ss turnouts A. W. Cirpeater, MlUed(f,svilW, fcjrrats.lnour W.JH; Cummins,;P,Mchersi Us BLACKSMITH SHOP. S ".tShanks.'PretldcBt. DtZJ .B. OwtJey,CshIer, s work and satl.actory Will guarantee W. M. Uright, Teller. prices, 'fty our horse sheer. flrst-clas- LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANrORD, Now closing up) with the same asssU and undai ihe same laanagement. Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are ai fully protected as aio depositors in National Hanks, Us shareholders being held individually liaolc to the eatcntof the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as eiecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullr as sn individual. To those who entrusted their bulsineis to ui Uaak al "u,K'uK,e Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businasc sntn us, offorlng as a guarantee for prompt attea-Uo- n to same, our twenty years' eipcrieace Is banking and as liberal accommodations as am with sound banking. ' coa-sisto- ct