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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896060201 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. EMI vol. xxv. ciiujicu chimes. y f?Tl weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 2. 1896. NO. 27 ;t - LAXCASTIW, 0 A IMA III) (JOUST T. K i Tim Genernl Aum-iablTho Catholics of this county had serof the Southern PreBbyturiiin church has voted to vices Ht tho court-hous- e Sunday. -- Kev. T. II. Campbell, tho Baptist open tlii) doors ol itn BeiniiiRrieo to Nt'ro theological Bttuluntp. minister, exchanged pulpits Sunday with At Kokoino, Iml , n youth climbed b Kev. W. P. Nelflon. to bcv, Mim Margaret Mason entertained tree, not like ..icoheus his hut to got a better view of the process of Thursday evening in honor of her Uo immersion, beinu performed, nnd falling visitors, Misses Nina Atkinson and Lena Letcher, of Henderson. hroko his neck. '"I ho St. Louis Cyclone." was Kev. J. Tho Methodist Indies mnde $10 T Sharrard'flHermon Sunday, in which by the refreshments served, ''"he ho said that God nnd not the devil causes good women meet with success every such culaiuities nnd that more jpod came time they nerve n lunch. of them tlmn evil. Tho nlnrm of lire Friday drew n large During a meeting of tho Synod of, crowd. It proved to he the residenco of the KvutiKellcal Lutheran church at Mid- - Mr. Clifton Anderson, hut the fl.imea dletown, 0., Kuv. Andrew l'opp, Stanton, were extinguished before much damage Ind , and 0. T. Kobitz, Hopeville, 0., KOt wsh done. Lev in D. Mitchell, a Garrard comidrunk nnd were fined in the police court for boing disorderly. They were at once ty young man, won tho second medal in the contest nt Covington. Aa he is n puexpelled from the synod. Bill Collins, a WhIteflburK bully, pil of Mini Amanda Anderson, it is natural she should feel much pride in his with a Rrud?e against Kev. Wesley Collins, a Baptist preacher, said to his crowd honors. L. Hudson bought a horse of Luke "Watch mo eat him up." He made the attempt, but a second later was lying un- Montgomery for J100. Sam Murphy conscious upon the ground, with two sold n horse for 100. Leland Howard front teeth misting nnd his face badly bought h combined mare of Jus. Whitta-ke- r for itw. R K Thompson bought a bruised, lie was no match for the musmare of 8. Kigsby for 175. cular divine. It is staled that the wool crop is at The Christian church is using various means to secure $100,000 for mis- least 50 per tent, short The hemp crop sions during this conventional year. reports are far from encouraging. Many Secretary A. McLean says: "There is a of the fields had to be replanted. Since gain of f l.'.'GO.SO for the llrst Hi days of this is considered ono of tho best paying May. The whola amount receired since crops in the county, tho outlook is disOctober 1 amounts to $j 1,1)01 12 or a gain couraging. The miMlciles given by Mrs. B S. of 110,114 1)2 over the name time in IV.i'j. (iowen'a classes Thursday nfternoou nnd Says tho Pinevillo Courier1 The Itav. liodbey, who came heralded by a Friday evening in the college chapel brass baud nnd (laming; posters, after were highly appreciated nnd complimaking a rant or two in weak imitation mented nnd very satisfactory to the paof tho school. The progress of the of Sam Jones and other celebrltes, sud- trons denly folded his tent like the Arnb and pupils certainly rHlects much credit and Snt-urdav . i I leutly stoloawny from town, sfter tusking an appointment. Simply because the people of IMneviile refused to be carried away by his antics and cavortings and come out in great Jroves to hear a rush ing, mltfhty wind, full of bound and signifying nothing, he gets in a hull" nnd says he will go where people will appreciate him, and the Methodists Hre feeling badly over it This is what the Kev. J. N. Hall says in the Western Recorder of the Sanctiil cation people, whom we find to be the most illiberal nnd uncharitable set tbnt ever lived Tho sauctiuVl folks nearly all get mad at me whenever I say out right plainly what I think uf their sweet delusion, and this very fact makes it doubtful about their perfection I think tnU B.inctlfication craze is a delusion of the devil, nnd silly souls are being ensnared into it by his artful deceptions so m to hurt their inliuence in the world, and to this extent cripple the work they might otherwise do. The Diblo positively asserts that there are none good, no one; that there is not n just man on earth thatdooth good and sinueth not; that if we say we have no sin wo decelvo ourselves and the truth is not in us; that if we say we have not sinned we make God n liar nnd his word is not in us, the Savior taught his disciples to prny for tho forgiveness of their trespasses; and no servant of God in all lilble history ever made such a ridiculous claim that ho was sinless. Tho thing is h modern invention, and tho dovit is nt the bottom of it, and mighty nearly all through it. It may he possible Unit some honotit people have been deluded by him into this snare, hut the man that goes over the country parading himself an siuleBs, nnd tolling others that they must hnve this aauctificatiou to keep them from being Iieware lost, is tiie sheerest hypocrite. otauch teachers, for they bring in damnable heresies, accompanied with swift destruction. If you tell those sanctilled folks about this they will all he mud u me, nnd lose what little snnctification they hnye got. ASrLBNUiuAiTOiNTMKNT. Gov. Bradley under authority of the inw to appoint trustees for tho houso of reform provided by tho last legislature, has appointed Mr. W. P. Walton, the able and honest editor of the Interior Jouunai,, as one of tho trustees for the institution when it goes into opeintion. This is one of the appointments that will moot with K In tho State no unfriendly criticism. there is no more capable, honest and admirably qualified citizen for the placo than W. P. Walton. There will be no jobs nor scandal connected with that institution so long as Will Walton is ono of its guardians. Bowlina Green Courier. The above is from tho pen of our old friend, Dr. John 1). Woods, from whom wo appreciate a compliment moro than from any living, man. Mt. Xbsia. Aunt Mary Ann DawBon is very low. She could recognize but very few of the neighbors yesterday afternoon. A Christian Eodoavor was organ8unday afterized at the school-housMisa Snllie noon with 10 members. president; II. R, Mills King was elected vice president, Misa Pearl KIur, treasurEver and Mrs. H. R. Mills secretary. erybody invited to attend. The society meet every Bmaday afternoon at 3; 30 r. ic. Come and bring your beaux. e proves tho untiring perseverence, patience and capability of the teacher. A union Sunday school convention will be held nt Pleasant Grove church next Saturday, Prof. J. O. Lewis, State superintendent of tho Normal work, Dr. J. L. McKee and Elder J. L. Allen, of Danvflle, will conduct the exerciser, assisted by the pastors mid superintendents of the county. The convention will mljouru to meet in Lancaster at 7:30 the time day. Saturday, Decoration Day, wns celebrated here with the usual immense withering. It is estimated that more thnn ;,000 people wero hero that day. The crowd began to gather nt 7 o'clock ami In a short time the streets, business houses, sidewalks and Central Park were alive with a moving, active throng. The day was not only auspicious for the oc casion, hut the temperature was delightful for the parade, which was in progress the entlro day. Tho usual routine of bicycle races wns omitted, but the rest of the day's program was ndhered to. Tho Lancaster Concert Band rendered their choicest music at tho Park. The K. Ps. had a parade and speeches by some of their members and their addresses, together with tho democratic convention in the afternoon, filled tho courthouse to tiie utmost with tho crowd and still many were upon the outside. Tho Knights marched to the cemetery nt 3:30 to decorate the graves of their comrades. The graves were adorned with lhgs and lovely thrill oilerings. To finish tho day wh thegamoof base ball on the college grounds. The Ladies' Declamatory Contest e Saturday evening at tho drew n very large audience eHger to hear nnd psss judgment. There were to hnve been six conteBtmits, but the illness of Mies Alhertn An lemon, Lancaster's representative, debarred her from entering the competition. Those who participated were: Miss Ethyl Bet zley, Stanford, subject "Odin's Sncrilice." Misa Clyde McGinni. Danville "Nnughtv .ell." Misa Nellie Heudren, Nicholasville "The Legend of Bregenze." Miss Annie Gossett, Cynthiana "Stella and I. " . Mies Minnie Horton, Mt. Sterling -- "A Dumb Savior." The judges were Mnj. J. E. Allen, Lexington, Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, Prof. Clark, Richmoud. Tho decorations wero beautiful nnd showed thnt much artistic taste is possessed by tho Baptist ladies. Sulllce it to say that each contestant crowned herself with glory and each certainly proved to the large, interested crowd thnt she wan a gifted olocutionist ot a very high order. After cIoho consultation tho judges decided that the beautiful, dainty gem, a diamond pin aud necklace, should be nwnrded to Miss Clyde McGinnis, the youngest speaker of the number, only 13 years old. Misses Townsley, of Georgia, nnd Mary Elkin, of Stanford, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elkln. Miss Annie Gossett, of Cynthiana, is visiting the family of R. U. Batsan. R. E. Hughes and wife, of Lawrenceburg, are visiting relatives. Mrs. Prof. Hagerman and little daughter, Virginia, of the K. U., Lexington, are visiting Mrs, R. M. Campbell. Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, of la the guest of Mrs. Emma Kautfman. J. B. Jennings, of Lebanon, court-housHns-tonvil- inson is visiting relatives in Gallatin, Tenn. Mrs. T. I) and daughter, of Hiistonville. are visiting Mrs diaries' Norrip. Mrs. Thornton Hackley, ofj Danville, is visiting relatives here. The democratic convention wns call ed to order at- 'J o'clock Saturday by Chairman George T. Farris. Mr. FarriB opened the convention bv making an appeal for party harmony. The object of the convention was then stated and Mr. Lynn Hudson, a free sliver man, was put in nomination for chairmun. Mr. W. I. Williams, n strong gold man, nominated John W. Miller. A division of the house wbs then called and it became apparent that tho convention was entirely in the hands of the free Bilver men, who claimed it by two or three to one. Mr. Hudson assumed the chairmanship of the convention. Resolutions were brought in by a committee appointed by the chair, which contained no instructions whatever on tho money question, but those appointed as delegates are strong free silver men. The delegates are Lynn Hudson, J. M. Dunn, E. W. Norris, T. B Robinson, G. T. Faris. Alternates, J. W. Glass, R. H. Tomlinson, W. H.Todd, R. H. McGrath, J. M. Rothwell, Alex Daly, When the committee on resolutions reported, the gold faction odered resolutions, which wero tabled, aud tho original resolutions were adopted. The delegates were instructed in tho resolutions to vote for lions. K. II. Tomlinson from the bth Congressional district aud Hon J. M. Rothwell nan debae from the Stato-a- t large to the Chicago convention. No instructions were given in regard to the candidates for Congress, although it is known that nil the delegates are for Hon. John B. Thompson. A motion was subsequently made instructing the delegates to vote for W. B. Mason for clerk of the court of appeals. Tho convention then adjourned. li-- at - is with his parents. Miss Minnie Horton, of Mt. Sterling, wns tho guest for spvernldaysof MiBses Altio nnd Bessie Markshury. Brown Cogar, of High Hridge, visited here Inst week. Mrs. Charles Denmun, of Nicholasville, is vis- iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex) West. J S. Francis, of Richmond, has been visiting his parents. Miss Kather- - j ino Darnaby, of Lexington, is visiting' Prof E F Darnaby. Mhm Annie Rob-- 1 I OFFICIAL PllOCFEDISGS Of the Lincoln County tl'iH. Dcmon-ittir V Cotiifti- :. . m , I On the court house steps and promptly !: I MA TlililOXIAI. MA TTEJIS. Thomas Hawloy, of Brookville, Pa., for shooting his daughter through tho breast when she told him she was going to marry. Nordica, the sweet singer who won so many golden opinions at the Cincinnati May Festival, was married at Indianapolis Inst week to a youth of 20, while she is wanted is 38. Tho report is current that Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller, the Louisville Times' bright Tattler, has had her heart captured by a business man of that city and that alio will soon give her hand to him. Happy man Before this is printed Mies Eva Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, than whom a lovelier girl never lived, nnd Mr. A. Addame, clerk of tho court of appeals, will hnve been made one tk'sli, if reports be true. They went to Cincinnati yesterdny it is alleged for thnt purpose. ! le, Danvilllk tub Wi.NNEit. A largo number of Stanford people attended tho Young Ladien' Declamatory contest nt LuncsBter Saturday night. Among them, chaperoned by Mrs. Nannie S. Sautley, of tho College, were MiBses Mary Bruce, Nettie Wray, Mary Cooper nnd Delle Felnnd, Messrs. Elijah nnd James Beaz-leR. M. Nowlaud, Georgo Farris, Dr. A. S. Price, Barnes Wearen, Jack Rout, Joe F. Waters, Sam Menefeo and Miss Aunie Menefeo, Greenborry Bright nnd Mies Mary Harris, Wallace W. Withers and Miss Norma Bryan, Jnck Beazley nnd Misa Lena Bruce. The beautifully decorated, where the entertainment was held, was crowded by an enthusiastic audieuce. With the finest et of instruments iu the State, (Conn's make) the Lancaster Cornet Band furnished splendid music which was very highly complimented by all visitors. Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, of Hiistonville, looking as radiant as a sunbeam, was one of the judges. The crowd was at sea as to who should receive the prize, a diamond necklace, each contestant proving herself to be a star of considerable magnitude, and the Stanford people were proud of their city's entry, Miss Ethyl Beazley, even ttioughshe was not victorious. The excellent chairman, Prof. Darnaby, very kindly Invited everybody to attend the elocutionary contest at Walton's Opera House, Stanford, Friday evening, Juno 11), on which occasion nlno contestants will make a brilliant display of genuino talont. Sretaw. y, court-house, at i! o'clock i m., solar time, Hon. R. C. Warren, chairman of tho Lincoln County Democratic Committee, called the meeting to order and stated the object IV was to select eight delegates to tepresent the Lincoln county democracy at the GIVE- democratic State convention to bo held in Lexington on the III day of June-in Nominations for permanent chairman he. ing in order, J. E. Carson nominated 'l. Call and examine samples. To reduce stock. D. W. Vnndeveer; J. S. Owsley, Jr., nom- -' a inated W. E. Varnon. T0 uncertain the wdl of the meeting the fo'lovring per-- 1 $! !! sins wero appointed to count the vote . Ol D. F. Logan and S. r. Harris, Etnmett . . ' iilyXOlPHfri iU n McCormack nnd W. P. Grimes. The lin wnaordtrd to form on Lnncab-to- r r.A.".AA. ..r ..v ll'-l- t1 f: tL--j j j. isj street nnd tho Vninleveer men were fttttt'ttf?4. ri..i . rrrrr:-:- ' : .vw rr.'vnt'-vvrordered to form on Main street. After the count wsh made the commit! tees reported thnt W. E. Varnon had received 41!) votes nnd D. W. Vandeveer Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the 390, whereupon the chairman announced Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods tbat W. E. Varnon had been elected perLower Than Anybody. manent chairman, who appeared, and after a short speech of thanks called the meeting to order. Election of permanent secretary being in order a motion My loss is your gain, and if you want was made and seconded that E. O. Walton be selected, which motion was carried by a large majority. You bought them before, now is your time. J. S. Owsley, Jr , moved that the following persons bo selected as delegates ;J " AAAA AAAAA " A AAA XAAAAAA nndnlternntes to the Lexington conven t RfU;.: .AmaVA-V, li. Tli v v tr 'vvvvtrrv tion: Jesse Lynn, delegate, R. O. Wnr-resrttvwrw " . vv j rv alternate, J. W. Alcorn, del., R. L Porter, alt., W. G. Welch, del., W. P. 3f Grimes, nit., Dr. H. Brown, del., T. J. fc Robinson, alt., M. F. North, del., Cicero Reynolds, alt., J. W. James, del., Wm. Stewart, alt., R. II. Bronaugh, del., J. B. Gilkerson, alt., J. II. Carter, del., L. G. Gooch, alt. This motion received n sec DEALERS IN. one), when T. M. Uoodlcnlgut ottered ns n substitute fortius motion, resolutions 3r-d.gs, Ghwsrrvl which omitting the preamble are as follow: Painters' Supplies and Drujists' Sundries. Resolved, That tho following demo cratsof Lincoln county nre hereby ap pointed to represent the democracy of said county in said conventions and to cast the voto of the county in the same, Give us a call and be convinced. viz: W. II. Johnson, George Carter, Arch Dennv, J. E. Carson, L. L. Dawson, D. F. Logan, F. M. Ware and R. L. Hub ble. And if at any time any one or more of the delegates Hre not present, then such of said delegates as may be present ' shall cast the entire vote of the county f in said conventions on any aud all questions coming before same for settlement. Also the following are appointed as alternates: W. D. Weatherford, Z F. Goods of all kinds, in Smiley, Wm. Tucker, W. M. Matheney, D. Swopo, O. P. Newland, J. W. Giv-eJ. and D. W. Vandeveer. W. G. Welch moved to lay the substi tute upon the table, when A. K. Denny wes recognized and spoke in favor of the Goodknight resolutions and delegates. A vote was taken on the motion to table it, when on account of size of crowd and confusion thecbair,unable to thereby de cine wuetner motion nan carried and a Special Bargains This Week in Children's Suits: count having been demanded by the free silver leaders, ordered a count on the motion to table, and appointed the same tellers who had counted the vote for chairSHIRT WAISTS AND BLOUSE WAISTS man. Those in favor of the motion to At Extremely Low Prices. line up on Lancaster street and those against tho motion to line up on Main street for n count. Tno counters having reported that 473 democrats had voted for the motion nnd none against, the chairman declared tho motion carried The original motion of J. S. Owsley, Jr. was then put to the convention and Danville, Ky; J. L. Frohman & Co. , Proprietors, unauimously carriod. Col. W. G. Welch presented the following resolutions and moved their adoption and same being seconded were unanimously adopted: Resolved 1, By tho democracy of Lin coln in mass meeting assembled that the democratic administration at Washington Is heartily approved and endorsed and especially the administration of the (!) : Is Now treasury department by tho great vv John G. Carlisle. 2. That John G. Carlisle is the choice of our democracy for president of the United States. OiOt" 3. That JohnS. Owsley, Jr., of Lin coln county, our able and brilliant fel: low countyman, Is tho choice of this democracy for tho nomination for Congress Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. from tho Eighth district. You should call in and see our stock. 4. That if any of the delegates appointr' ed by this meeting and their alternates be not present at the convention in Lex ington on June 3d, those who are present are authorized and directed to cast All new Igoods for spring and summe the full vote of tho county. wear. Every thing strictly Motion was then made and seconded that the convention adjourn and it was so ordered. Wallace E. Vahno.v, Chm'n. E, 0. Waltox, Secy. WALL PAPER! we will 1 j BARGAINS W. WALL PAPER B. M'ROBERTS. ... - Vnr-no- X, " A J- - A"- : t, ti-t- . S U OO EIS S SHt W My Stock Musi Be Reduced. GOODS '.".A.-.V-. . CHEAPER THAU EVER V n, tnr -- JAMES FRYE, Hiistonville. &. icvgi CRAIG s, Sl HOOKER Q-Ll- scxls, Painis, It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. n Domestic I Imported ns Men's, Boys' and Children's CLOTHING Good Wool Suit, Bl'k & Blue, $1.75 ONE LOW PRICE TO EVERYBODY. THE GLOBE, 1 Ml I oil MllaJtar S TOGKl Complete in Every Department. m Ken-tucki- an, 1 I I flew pttlUrjery Glotfyig- 1 it-- 1 Up-to-dat- PRI(G$: "BGD R0(K." Shoe.s Ladies, misses Hns-tonvil- le, Editor B. J. Newlon, of tho Owen-to- n Herald, pays a neat compliment to bis old leader, tbe gallant Col. John 8. GOO. Mosby, who Is dying at San Francisco, of Judge George B. Eastin, late of tbe appendicitis. court of appeals, is very ill at Rome, ItaJudge R. H. Thompson was chosen ly, of congestion of the- brain, right eminent grand commander by tbe Old Johnston, 2:061 is turned oat Knights Templar, in session at Rich and is enjoying a rest while tbe cam- moad. Hopklnsville was selected aa paigners are being worked daily. tbe next place of meeting. The letter carriers' census of go gives tbat city a population of Ohica-1,760,- - in Great Variety. ana Children s Fine Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, j I R9l I HfcssisBistii-- CHARLES WHEELER, - The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, - Hustonville, Ky greASa&gft 1 wwn(ihep- - ? JrnJUSt i.nji. -- " J - iB"! . i. Stanford, Ky., June 2, 1SU6 W. P. WALTON. No set of men ever had leea cause for )?"! si ti m ii B bolting than tho silver continRent had Saturday. They had been beaten fairly by the count, their nominee for chairman limi accepted defeat "like n democrat and a gentleman," as he enid, and had advised his followers to do likewise. When Mr. John Sam 0sley, Jr., a liBt of delegates, and Mr. proposed something else, n recount was demanded by the silver men, and contrary to sense and reason, but in deference to the will of the minority, the sound money chairman acceded to the demand and it was during the second count, when they saw they were overwhelmingly defeated, that their evident original intention waB carried out. The utmost fairneBS had been observed by the chairmen. The sound money men were wroth with Chairman Varnon for ordering a recount, but it turns out Lilburu Phelps, of the Liberty Tribune that it was for the best, as no ground is talks back at the rascals who have taki u left for a kick on that score. The silver his paper and refused to pay for it bemen's claim that republicans were voting cause they found nothing in it they cared with the sound money men could have d to read: "'Such creatures are as easily been applied to them. Several nothing but a very low order of animals, of thorn who were counted for free silver and a grunting, wallowing hog is more SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Tins is a great year for splits in paradmit that they voted for Bradley and to be admired than they are. We have, prohibition parthey doubtless voted for Davison too. ties. Even the Mrs. M. M. Wallace, mother of J. no more respect for their opinion than Sam Jones never gave utterance to a ty is split from stem to stern over the fe- Mac Wallace, teller of the Boyle Nationwe have for the opinions of a Hotuntot more patent truism than when he said it male suil'rage and free silver questions. al Bank, is dead. On the other hand wo are glad to say is the under dog that howls, and instead At Pittsburg after these planks were vo Mr. Sim Robinson, formerly of this that we have the support of the most defeat gracefully the silver-ite- s ted down, Gov. J. P. St. John, Uelen county, but then in the employ cf the cultured and intelligent people in the of accepting laid themselves liable to tho appli- Gougar and others withdrew and held a L. & N. at Corbin, died suddenly at that county." The more you know a certain class of people, Mr. Phelps, the better cation of the adage. It is to be regretted rump convention. They will attempt to place Sunday. will also find Lord Vin- you will like dog, and you too, for Bomo of those who took part form a new party, and may the Gov. Bradley pardoned Dock that that clrtFe predominates cent, sentenced to fine and imprisonment have heretofore dono yeoman service have mercy on their souls. for tho democratic party and would un at Richmond for using obaceno language FULL SILVER WIXS. no aid or countenance til then have lent in the presence of ladies. a bolt. We hope, however, that they Onl'i Tuo of the Khun Dhtrirtu Stand for to John Digps, a negro, was arrested at rnml Money, tin Fifth and Siith. tho Stanford from now on will Bee the error of their way and in the Richmond charged with burglarizing I will Ice rejulariy deliver rooming. Price lory, every Dykea' grocery last Thursday night. He future do workB meet for repentance. If This ia the way the State went: 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. Sound Free confessed. Ho has been in the peniten the State and National convention shall Money. Siher. platform and nomi- First District adopt a free silver tiary four times. Anv amonnt between loandmo lb at Vjcln iS 34 the tint of All bills ocond District 75 M. Bradahaw, from Now Urleans, in nth must positively ue paid K UKhMKKach nate a free silver candidate, the Intkhi-o- k Thliil Diitrlct so g Fourth District yO who has been under medical treatment Journal will support both, aabmit-tin- Fifth District 105 always to the will of the majority of Sixth District at Somerset, was run over and instantly I 43 jt 54 33 killed at Parker's Lake, on the Cincinnathe democratic party, properly express- .seventh District 4 Kiphth District 3 COTTAGE ON WHITI.KY AVENl'K, 18 78 ti Southern. His head and arms were ed, though wo may aider as to its policy. Ninth District o 47 Containing 4 Rooms. Has good Stable and Out otT. us from that party. Tenth District cut Nothing can drive S Splendid Hath Eleteuth District 3i houses and Olio Acre of Land Will lx Kootn Number of Fruit 'lrcet on lot. The jury in the case agaiust James sold at public We were born and bred in it and intend Total a. m , Monday, JINK 53 309 auction at 11 Crockett, one, of tho two brothers charg- S, iM. County Court Day. Terms -- Credit of 4 to live and die in it. So let us not fall months, with 6 per cent interest from date And this is the way the S:h district ed with the mnrderof Dan Kidd. of out and fight overa passing and shadowy o in Sale will occur in front uf Ky. punForee or went: returned a verdict fixing hia dream, but whether Owsley, Free Sound 94 ta llAUKv KA.Mlti, sunioru, ry SiUer. ishment at confinement in the penitenMoney. Thompson be made our Congressional Counties. 6 full democrat-i- c Anderson.. for life. He did well to save his tiary btandant bearer, give the 6 Boyle 6 (jarrard neck. ticket our cordial support. We shell Jetsamine 6 Capt. Henry Wygant drilled tho fefor it is written, as for ue Lincoln 8 at any rate, Madison 13 male cadets, of Madison Institute, for and our house we will always servo tho Mercer. S Rockcastle the benefit of the visiting TemplarB last 4 dear old party. n Snelby week, and 50 young ladies, dressed in '' Spencer The president vetoed the Kivera and Jackson blue skirts with white borders, presented .Will sell goods for Ihe Harbors raid bb was predicted and as he Total a strikingly handsome picture againtt 41 32 'Contested. hiB usually should have done. In the green bluegraes sward over which for Carlisle for Jackson instructed he shows that many of the : : they marched. inter-estpresident and Stone Walker for dele Gov. Bradley says of the indictment items are for local and individual gate. Laurel: "I own the allowance of which would create Mercer endorsed the candidacy of found against him in and encourage some land of little value in Lanrol and a most vicious paternalism among John B. Thompaon and condemned Gov. reside in Garrard county. I overlooked a sentiment already too prevalent to onr Bradley'a militia call. not file the description the people, that their attachment Anderson declared for free silver, de the law and did 1 came toe owner may properly reai u..uu iu government nounced Cleveland and Carlisle and in- required, but since es14 years Bgo) the land has been on and expectation of direct and hope structed for Hay and L. H. Carter for (about pecial favors, and that the extent to delegates. the assessment list each year and the viowhich they are realized may furnish an Jessamine went for free silver by 200 taxes paid thereon regularly. The of governmental Farm No. l contains Jyl acres In Washington ia pureestimate of the value majority, instructed for B. L. Cook for lation, so far aa I am concerned, county, Ky the greater part of which Is in rfrasi Concluding the message suggests delegate and endorsed Joe Blackburn for ly technical." well watered, with good improemtnts, includcare., governing new metal roof tobacco barn for 10 acre crcp that at a time when the issue of what is pronounced the 'lms farm Is situated president, best district in Kentucky for White Hurley To GO SLOW GENTLEMEN. ment bonds to maintain the credit and Rockcastle endorsed Cleveland,Carlisle residence house. lacco. Comfortable a financial standing of the country is money and instructed for Too Early Yet To Announce For Office Farm Nj. a contain too acres in same Iccality the contracts and sound Large stock and tobacco with brick dwelling eubject of criticism, that Walker and Judge G. W. McClure for of tho Interior Journal. To the Editor obbarns. One of the best improved farms in the provided for in this bill would create county district delegates. Since the issue of yonr paper a few ligations of the United States amounting are in Roth of preseivatlon, well Madison instructed for J. Stone Walkstating that I would possibly watered farms fenced. fine state K It. depot, schools, Close to ond to J62.000.000, no leea binding than its er for delegate and reaffirmed the last weeka since, and ou a make the itco for sheriff, I have had a marketintimation fine turnpike. bonQB for that sum. apply to t or National platform. The delegates are all great many friends to ask me to anJ. N SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. 10 nounce my candidacy. While I have the Wk beg the Pantagraph's pardon. The sound money men. Shelby, unmindful of its sound money matter under favorable consideration, I R. Burnam as a fame of the Hon. A. SALE! great lawyer has not gotten outside the candidato for Congress, voted 1,107 to think it too early to make any announce- COMMISSIONER'S county limits yet, and we must to72G for the free and unlimited coinage ment and I would advise anyone who MadiBon LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. 10 to 1. bo excused for not knowing that ho is of silver at baa aspirations in thia direction, it mat- Jennie P. Carpenter, &c, Pllfi., Notice of Sale against The silveritea numbered 400 to 07 ters not what office he desirea, to robIow, such an able disciple of Blackstone. Bnt , Defu.. II. It Dillon, is not competent to sound money men .in the Spencer con- look the field over carefully, consult Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit able as he may be he Court, at its October Term, 189$, id this case, the a N take Judge Pryor'a place and in saying vention and of course had things in with their frienda and at the proper undersigned Comr. will, on sling, but didn't throw them, further tbia we mean no disrespect to Mr. time the party will indicate who should 8, 1896, MONDAY, There ia hardly a lawyer in the than to name red hot free silver dele- make these races. baa the brains gates. c door, In Stanford, tha State of either party who Ia thia not better than creating strife In front of the first day of the Lincoln County Things were pretty close in Boyle, the Ky , being and legal acumen of Judge William S. sound money men having only a major- in the party ? It may not aet well with Court, sell at public outcry, to the highest bidder, the following described real property, to wit : A if we are true blue demPryorandaa largo and aa powerful as ity of 12 in 1,070, Lot, known as the lavern House but they had every- many of us, butmarch to the polls, put House, situated and the railroad station id Cirpenter imagines he is, we do not at ataniord, Editor Adams thing their own way and instructed for ocrats we will Ky., a'ld bounded as follows'. On ihe north by the believe he will be able to elect Burnam, Charles H. Rodea tor delegate. The con- our Bhoulder to the wheel and carry the L. A: N Railroad; on Ihe south In part by an alley .S, G even though he sayB he "means to do it." vention was the stormiest ever seen in banner of victory by an old time major- between said property and the property toofDepot Hocker, running from Lancaster street say in the matter, street, and in part by the lot ol U. W. IJronaugh, Respectfully J. M. Oabtbh. ity. The people will have a the county. on the east in part br Lancaster street and in pari Moreland, June 1, 1890. we have an impression. by the lot of G. W. IJronaugh, and on the west by The silver men got in their work in pre-sented Good-knig- ht Tub currency agitation culminated Saturday afternoon in an almost complete victory for tho free silver craze, which carried nine out of the 11 districts, and sco red (590 of 010 delegate votes in the State convention, which meets at Lexington Threo districts, the 2d, 3d and 4th went solidly for silven while there wbb a large silver vote in all the other districts but tho 5th, which wa solid for sound money and the Gth, winch gave ajemall majority for it. Tho vote in this district, stands 42 for free silver to 32 for sound money. Lincoln, Madison, Boyle, Rockcastle and Jackson forming the latter and standing true to honest money and honest principles. The word "free" caught the voters, like free lunch and free whisky, and away they w ent pell inell, many of them thinking that the result of Saturday meant that everybody is going to get 1G dollars in silver for every dollar in gold and that money will come to them without labor and without etfbrt. The organization of the silver forces was complete while the sound money men as a general thine, were slothful and inert. Blackburn( Uardiu et id genus omne are in the saddle again and the Bound money victory of a year ago is worse than lost. It was a dark dayffor Kentucky and democracy, but God reigna and the government at Washington will continue to maintain the public credit and meet every obligation honestlj and courageously. POLITICAL POINTS. Mercer county republicans instructed for Davison yesterday, Mr. J. F. ilay tolls us. S. D. McEnery wbb elected United Statea Seuator from Louieana after a long dead lock. MiesGny gets her office. Gov. Bradley said he had all along been of tho opinion eho was the legally elected State librariati. The auditorium, in which the republican National convention ia to meet at St. LouiB, was only slightly damaged by the storm. So far as instructed, the sound money votea and the free silver are the same, ISO each. There will bo 910 votes in the National convention. The Smith men in Garrard are hot in tho collar over tho way they were treated by tho Davison gang and tho party ia split wide open over there. It ia said that but for the fact that Gov. Bradley would appoint hia successor, Senator Lindsay would resign in the event of his repudiation by the convention at Lexington. The prohibition National convention rejected the free silver plank and nominated Joshua P. Levering, of Maryland, for president and Halo Johnson, of IlliTho platform nois, for vice president. calla for very little besides prohibition! even omitting woman suffrage. Ex-Go- that Bright Regent can beat Frank in a pacing race. Ida Pickwick won tho Memorial Handicap at Oakley with Ben Holliday only a head behind. Nancy Hanks' foal ia a solid bay, barring a white hind heel Tho filly ha not yet been named. The great old brood mare, Alma Mater, the dam of Alcautara, Alcyono, and others, in barren this aeiiBon Don Do Oro won the Eclipse Stakes at Morris Park Hastings took tho Toboggan and Clifford beat Keenan in the Memorial Handicap. Lyonfit Allen have bought so far 300 lambs at 3Jc. They have also bought in tho last few days a lot of hogs at 2Jc and to Si'. some butcher etull at-Eighteen years ago next August Rarua trotted a mile in 2.13 over the Buffalo track, and 41 veara ago next month PocahontHS paced a milu to wa gon in 2:17. Local bnyerB are nnVring 2 rents for (at ewesand 3cent8 for yearling sheep Joe A. Cohen bought 42 hoga averaging about 175 lbs , at 2, 6S ewen with 3l lamha thrown in at (2 45 ami sonio wethers at 3 ceutH. Woodford Sun rf "IS32 . eLouisvillelasidtore Is still in the Lead. 'yjdijj , , . n E TJ?cscFiveJten?sJ?UCL M 98e Pair 44c Suit 35e 38c $1.00 FOR AN Men. For a Fine Turn Sole Ladies' Oxford, worth 5i50. For Men's Italbriggan Under- wear. For .1 Fine Laundered Neglige Shirt, Collars and Cuffs Attached. UP-TO-DATE STRAW HAT. Low-C- ut For a Pair of Tan Shoes for F? :k: Ladies' Corsets J&.TD T two-legge- (Olio " " 53 " " 51.95 Hoys' knee pants worth Hoys' knee pants suit 75c to $. 50c for 25 We can save you money on all mdse. bought from us. Give us a trial belore buying elsewhere. Ladies' Vests 5c " Hose 5c " Shirt waist sets 25 Umbrellas 50c Men's Linen Collars Men's Linen CufR 15c ioc Cottonade Pants .1,5c Suspenders.. ioc " Good, heavy cot. pants 50c, worth 75c. SIIOFS Ladies' black and tan slippers .iS " " 75c, worth Si. 'J Men s tan low cut Shoes j5i, worth Si. 50. Men's heavy work shoes 98c. Men's fine shoes oSc. CLOTHING Men's S5 Suit for small amount 03.00 " 57.50 " " " 55.00 " 5io " " " 57.50 " 55 Pants " " 53 50 " Kelts 25c ioc LOUISVILLE STORE.' A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, FOB, SAIiB T. D. RAN FY, Manager. Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Ca-se- v, touil-liuut- Stan-lor- d. . At Cost. - - M.r.y.';v.f:umm -- Ilranch Stores: Hardstown, Lawrenceburg Cynthiana, Versailles, Fminencc, Georgetown, Flizabcthtown, Frankfort, Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. TO REDUCE STOCK 1 vigor-miBstvl- e e, Next 60 Days At Cost For Cash. AT- AT YOUR PRICE. Cooking Heating, Gasoline, J. K. VanArsdale. Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less than actual cost. Two Farms For Sale. 111 W, H. WEAREN & CO. For the Lad'CJ we the The Litest Things in SLIPPERS and SHOES While for Men and Boys we have A-- Tan and Black in the "Very Latest Styles. We have the Narrowest Toe Made on CenturyLasts. Bur-nat- n. JUNE H. J. McROBEETS. A Court-Hous- 'Jcxt door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. In Order To If the Hon. Joaiah Patterson in de clining to debate with Mr. Robert Harding, but saying that he would be glad to meet Wat Hardin or Joe Blackburn on the stump, meant thereby to convey the idea that the Boyle county man waa not heavy enough for him, he made a mistake. Robert Harding knowa more about the currency and other questions of moment than the other two can over get beaten into their thick heads. majouity of the National democratic committee object to the abrogation of the rule at Chicago, which has A two-thirB ty missing, the free silver majority in the State convention is figured to be 275, with 215 contested votes. of Sunday had The Courier-Journreports from every county in the State hut Elliott, Knott, Leslie and Perry, the combined vote of which is but 11. Eleventh district. For free silver, Adair, Clinton, Knox, Letcher, Metcalfe, truth Pulaski, Wayne; for gold, Bell, Caseyi Clay, Harlan, Laurel, Owsley, Whitley. were xiueu, aa muj muio ..- the property lose ia estimated anywhere I ituBSBu givee two vuieo ior goiu ana one, for silver and Laurel has a contest. from $25,000,000 to 150,000,000. al nomina-tionbeen in vogue in presidential free silver men for 42 years. The want to repeal it ao that if they have a majority, which only ia necessary to name make the platform, they can then president. It ia to be hoped, howevthe prevail. er, that time honored rulea will cyclone First reports of the St. Louis even the exaggerated, but were naturally is appalling. At least 500 people Depot street. Said property will be sold to satis fy the debtof plff., Jennie P. Carpehter, for the Garrard and ran things according to sum off 400, with interest from the 10th day of I'ARMAXD TRADE ITEMS. their own will. R. H. Tomlinaon for Oct., 1891, until paid ; and the further sum of oo. with surest from the 10th day of Oct., 189 J, Mort Rothwell district delegate and J. Shelled oata and corn wanted, M. paid ;i the debt of plalnlifT, Dovie A. Carpenter,until for the sum of $400, with Interest from the 10th day of were in- B.& J. W. BaughmBn. delegate for the 8tate-at-larg- e Oct., 1891, until paid; and the lurther sum of (400. structed for Bnd a free silver delegation A. O. Dunn sold to Monroe Ourtii with interest from the icth day nf Oct., 1891, until paid; and the debt of plaintiff, Annie Carpenter,for appointed, but no instructions were giv- good family horse for $50. the sum of (400, with interest from the 10th da; of en on the money question. Budd Doble has gone to Europe to Oct , 189a, until paid; and the further sum of Jioo. with interest Irom the 10th day of Oct., 189s, until Judge J. W. Alcorn left yeaterday via watch the trotters for a while. the last named amount subject to a credit of date Mar. Louisville for Lexington. He will head Louis Walz bought of T. D. New-lan- d of142.150! reserved lor16, 1895, and a further credit Wi.jS further litigation. and Lot will be sold on The said Tavern-Houa small lot of heifera at 3c. the regular Lincoln county dolegation and 18 months, in equal installa ciedit of 6, and if the convention which may think John R. Gentry Is not going well ments, bearingia Interest fiomdayot sale until paid. that might ia right, should not permit thia fall. A mile in 2:10 is his best so Honds with approved security required, having the force and effect of Judgments, and payable to it to be seated, he will have a few words far. the Commissioner. Lien retained. II. C. WARRKN. May ao. 1896. to say about oflering a premium to bolThe Columbia Spectator reports Comr. Lincoln Ciruit Court. 25 4t ters and disorganizes. sales of 70 hogs, 200 pounds average, at BEST IN QUALITY. IOST IN QUANTITY. With only five votes of Elliott coun- 2Jc. se Close Out Our Stock Without the Least Possible Delay we have decided to sell at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, but also the nev 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. IfifRemember everything in the house will go at prime cost until closed entirely. W. P. TATE, Stanford. H. C. RUPLEY, 7 v The lamb crop has about been bought. The ruling price Iibb been 3Jc. John Shelby bought of J. O. Johnson, of Boyle, a bunch of fat heifera at 2jc. J. M. Roes, of Indiana, got an average of ISA Ha. wool from 25 bead of Cots-wolds. For Salk. The Beason to a standard bred mare, cheap. Apply at thia office. J YEARS Has lod all WORM Romodlos. 'EVERY I0TTLE GUARANTEED.1 MOLD IS Y AM. DKUGGISTS. . Pr.ttr.4 W WORMS! vermifuge: 20 WHITE'S CREAM FOR BIC1UBDSOS MIOfCIMi CO., ST. LOCI 9. TflEMERGHANraiLOiH n sssssssssssssssssss. Is Receiving his ' SFMIN(& ANBSTCTMMBB Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him aJCall. Hairy Hamlin wants to bet $5,003 rf R U MlWELrlilNTOTijOUKKE Junk 2, 1B5J15 Kaffiii Corn nt HiKKtna it McKin- ney's. Fut'iT Jars nnil Jelly ItlaeseB nt ri'ii & Shanka'. Wnr- - Fob chgnp lumber of every kind see Pretty favors at a small price for the ( Joe Willimnn, at Jumbo, graduates. Dnnks, the jeweler. BtAwoud, Kt., V, hv Until July 1st, 1SU0, you can buy anyIt continues to rain and make more thing in our complete stock nt actual corn and hay. Sunday niht a real Folding Beds, Ited Lounges, wholesale coat. W. H. Wearen & Co. soaker came accompanied by an electric Qukk.nhwaiik nt your own prlco nt Far storm. Fair, cooler Tuesday, ia the presE. C. Walton, Business Manager. risA Ilnnlin'B. Tiik firm of W. H. Wearen A Co. will ent prediction. diesolve July I. Mrs. Annie James, who Bale. You should attend our remnant T. J. Hatcher is a living example of baa an intereat, will retire, but Mr. W. Oak and Ratan Rockers, Mattresses, Springs You should tako your prtooiiptiona to Severance iV Son. the eflicacy of ijiaker Bitters. They II. Wearen will be found at his post Fenny V drug store where prompt nnd Picture Mouldings, Room Mouldings and in fact everyhim as we.l othera of ailments accurate-sorvicIb guaranteed. Is'mv vegetables of nil kinds at all timea ready and willing to sell goods aa Ion na cured long standing. Ask Joe F. Waters, J. B. thing kept in a First-ClasFurniture Store. tho lowest. at John II. Meier's. Pax ton and all who have tried them, U, POINTS. PEIlboS Fly Traps and Tangle Foot Fly Taper John Sihklds for calling John Green, about their healing proprties. C. V Ussnn is at the 0.tkley ra nt Warren A .Shnnkn'. M. another Negro, out of his house undent ces. FohSiikbiit Mr. James B. Gentry Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford, Kentucky. ting him in the side and arms, whp taken Buy a substantial gift for commenceMibsSik Wiiitlky Mum'iiv is down announces himself in this iemo ns a can- bira-.S:.:2i.- I before Judge Carson Saturday, who With Hlt'HSll'?, ment from Dnnks, tho jeweler. thought it best to hold him nnd let the didate for sheriil. One of the truest of atom, Mr. 0. K. Iloni Is laid up witti a democrats nnd a splendid gentleman BiTUMiNoia and cunnel nut coal, hot- - grand jury take rognizince of him. nch trouble. withal, he ought to and will make a capA Son. Mh. V K.Colkman, of Casey, to with toin price. Try it. Noel TnuNegroG.A. It , 10 strong, with ital race. ! friends hirn. I'l.owKH crockn and jardinieres nt coat drums nnd life, marched through town Thobk who intend to go on tho StanMibh Ihiu tiiVK.NB in visiting relatives to make room Saturday and decorated the graves of Farria A IlHrdin. College Mammoth Cave exat llntniltui). Mo. their comrades on the west of town, af- ford Female Bohn, to the wife of Mr. Bowun W. ter Rev. Walter Lackey had made an cursion must give their name a to Mr. Lexington, is Miih. V. F. Mammy, of Since adopting the Cash Systkm I am enabled to Reduce Prices nt the College or Mrs. boy Carlisle. Givons, n visiting old friends lien. appropriate speech. Xo other tokena of NannioSaulley in order that arrange on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Wella J.S. Mh. W. F Siikiiida.n Iihs gone to Now-arGoons are going for imbIi only nt decoration day were visible here. ments may be made for tickets. The Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a to suit hia mother. 0., Shanks' and prices have been reduced Fob Tho sheriil of excursion leave? on the 11th and tho full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by Mb. J T. Stonk, of Kgerton, Mo., is accordingly. ' laurel delivered to Jailer G. W. DeBord rato is $10.75, which includes every- selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have visiting Mr. Henry I). BHtighinaii. Obklisk 1.0 I'k at il '2b a barrel, deliv Sunday morning R. M. Jackson, sen- thing. lias reever been offered here. Miss Willi k Vkiihkna Dawson ered anywhere in Stanford, Isaac Ham- - tenced for '1 vears for murder, and from Midway Female College. being serious turned A row which cami) near Simeon Tuttle for three years, to await MlSSKM KATK AKI) Kl)NA lUl'dllMAN, of iltou, Rowland. in ita consequences waa started in the the action of the court of appeals in their Iluatonville, nro visiting relatives hero. money ranks on Lancaster street Ri:a J. L. Frohiuau A Go's, "ad." nnd cases. The jailer now has a pretty good sound I). b U. Asy-lu- tn Mips IIkllk Hoot, of the Saturday by Ben Ferrill, a free silverite, gn at once and get goods cheaper than sized crowd with him 11 prisoners. at Danville, is at homo for tho vaca- you charging that George Benedict was not over bought them. tion. Don't Nkeii Him. A fellow, who calls old enough to vote nnd accusing him of Mn. KusksT Hkshos, of Mlllerslnirg, Xkku.kr shoes are the most stylish, himself J. II. Powell and claims to be having sold himself for 15. Benedict spent several days with tho Misses most comfortable, most durable and from Henderson, wants to come here called him a liar, when Ferrill struck tliereforu tho cheapest. They are sold at and expose Pythianiam, but if we are to him and was in turn struck with a rock Mm. Gkoiuih I. TAUHMAN.ofNowport, .Shanks'. judg Mm by his circular, he will more by Benedict. Oiiicera rushed up and ia visiting her mother, Mrs. Fannie of both parties showing signs of Gold, silver or currency taken at pnr expop t.ia ignorance than anything else. friends Green. xevrpt ia a fair specimen of hia an- - interfering, they drew their pistols. A Ht This and children, of in ezchnnge for harness, saddlery, Ac, Mu. It. K. nom.i uiiieiit. It d'aws like n porous young man named Joo Rice, who afterMarion, nro on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. reduced prices, Can savo you money. plant, r, only more eo, nnd Grays oint- wards proved to be n deputy, drew also, J. 0. McClary. 1! 0 Hupley. and Leslie Carter promptly caught the ment uint a circumstance. The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light Mb. 0. C. Witiikhs, who accidently TuyJ.H. Baughmati A Co.'s cooking pistol, which was discharged in the from and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best ot stuck a knife in his leg, '3 Htitrerinn SI I. Villi MLX liul.T Bcoals. They are best and cheapest. ground. Then John Xewland took hold blood poisoning. ituminous nut 10c., Canut'l nut 1 Ic, de- Aft 77. 11ml 11.,, t (iiiin l ,N, , ',,,, of Rice and marched him to jail, where all Mi:a 8. C. Trukiikaut arrlvod from livered at your houpe. Count, nml lhiii a 11. O 1 he Btaid till Constable Benedict claimed Nashville Saturday and in the guest of After tho second count was ordered, that he had appointed him to help preThe Stanford boya can bent the her brother, Mr. S. S Myers. serve the pence. Ferrill ia Baid to have , playing base ball, but it suems solely out of deference to their wishes, one of tho Mips Kijs M. free silver men who had all to gain drawn a pistol too and a warrant has cirl Kraduates. ia back from that they are the only ones they can the been sworn out against him. ThiDgs down Tho Bcore Saturday stood 'J.1 to IS and nothing to lose by the count, Forge, V . Seminary. Clifton Call and see wore led by the noses by n few would-b- e looked pretty equally for a while, but it Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. MrnnAMKH .!. 0. IIAyh and J. B. Foster in favor of our hoys boMsea to bolt and repairing to tho wns soon over. and Mipa AiujU Hays spent Miveral dajs Since writing the above, which we got Look at the seveu dress pntterns in organized a rump convenwith relatives in Garrard county. the window of Shanke. They nre oller-e- d tion by electiug D. W. Vandeveer chair- from one of the otlicers, we learn from G Nkwto.v Uuaiilky, now of Friday and .Nilurday next, and Fri- man, who accepted the position, after Mr. Ferrell that the trouble was over a suffered a paralvtlc stroke last day and Saturday only, nt 31 cents pt-- having talked ao prettily in the regular young foreigner, not old enough to vote week, but wiw better at unt accounts yard, which is actually less than their convHiition about his democracy and hia as Iib claimed, and thnt Benedict called And Most Durable Stove Made. Mhs. W K Ghiihth, of Cynlhiana. ia " wholesale cost. purpose to abide the decision of the ma- him a foul name, when he promptly over to seo her daughter, Mrs. J. T Shar- jority. He made another speed, quite knocked him down. He had no pistol as Mie Katk Blain tells us Hint tho first rard, who has been ijuite sick, but iMbet- diilerent from the other and among other be can prove and bad no intention of er. of the series of examinations for white MhsJk.n.nik W but returned to her teachers will take place Friday and Sat- things snld that hu had told K litor Wal- raising a row. homo at Harrodsburj; yesterday for the urday next. On account of circuit court ton that if the sound money men would Cmci it Cocrt. -- Judge M. 0. Saufhy vacation, to the regret of her friends tlio examinations will be held at tho pub- accept the Goodknight resolutions an and Commonwenltn'B Attorney J. S. amicable adjustment could be reached, Owsley, Jr , were promptly on hand at here. lic school-hous- e but that Walton had spurned the otler, 0 30 yesterday morning when T. J. Chw, of Mt. Vernon, was Mb. the followAssionki). A dispnteh from Elkton s.iying, "I'll give you nothing, I'll not ing grand jurors wereselectetl and sworn: yesterday to eo his wife who ia down here under Dr. W. IK O'Bannon's treat- says that J. B. Adams, druggist, made an give you u cent." The old mnn did make J. H. McAlister, foreman; J. F. Goyer, assignment to Jack M. Russell. Liabili- such n proposition to Mr. Walton, but he L II. Pryor, Alex Beazley, Ben Sutton, ment. Mibs Sahib Lillaiu) returned from ties estimated at f 1,500; aeets, n stock of made no such silly answer as that, sim- W. It. Kelley, Thomas Simpson, Reuben Madison Female Institute- Friday nnd is driiKH. He is n son of Njuire L. B. Ad- ply replying for himself alone that the Williams, W. P. Grimes, Samuel sound money men were not fools enough now thoKUist of her aunt, Mrs. Mary ams, of this county. Cam Duncan and T. M. Clarkeon. to give up tho fruits of n victory that Craig. :Judge Snufley delivered the charge and Some rascal tried to gain entrance thro' way. Mrs Mary J. Mii.i.nuand Mian F.mina as usual made a very dull requirement Shanks' Miss Fannie During Mr. Vandeveer's speech some interesting. The court house was filled Owsley spent several days with Mr. nnd the window to nnd other Danville room at Mr S. J. limbry's Sunday night, puppy is said to hnve said under cover of with people, who listened attentively Mrs. S V. Rowland but Mies Shanks heard him and gave the the crowd that "Walton ia n republican friends alarm. An etlbrt was made to trace the any way." Walton did not hear it or he for nearly an hour to him. The things At tliH Russell Springs Medicnl AssoUntil the best of our remnants are gone but come at scoundrel but it was too dark, the more's would Iihvo branded the liar right there, upon which he laid the greatest stress ciation meeting, July 30 and 31, Dr. J. were the duty of the jury to examine the the pity. once and though It wnsn't necessary. The fellow two clerka' ollices, tho county nnd police G. Carpenter is down for a paper on aphe judges' and magistrates' offices and see pendicitis. Fob AssihsoB. MessrB. Frank Green, knew ns well ns the crowd knew that Get good Wool Goods for 4SC, worth 75c to Si. 25. II. N. Hornk, representing tho whole- of tho West Kud, J. h Holdam, of Crab was lying, willfully and cowardly. But thnt tho records were properly kept, and shoe house of Manier & Sons, Knsh-vill- Orchard, nnd William Moreland, of Stan- that isn't here nor there. sale the burglary canes, which he charged Get Silks and Wool Goods at 24c, worth 50c to 75c. Mr. Arch K. Denny was called on for must be sifted to the bottom, so that no was here Friday and took a number ford, tcld the Intkiuoh Jouiinal Saturof orders. day that they were candidates for nssea-8- 0 n speech nnd he also spoke. He had guilty man could escape indictment. You can get a Waist or Skirt at HALF PRICE. Miss Hallik Stockimjs, representee r. There are only eight candidates for never joined in a holt before, but the The petit jury ia aa follows: W. G. nnd Confederate the otlice so far. side had acted bo outrageously un- Routon, Will Perkins, H.T. Bush, other of the Sonny South Also remnants of Calico, Cotton, Wash Goods & Lawns. fair in voting republican Germans and Veteran, waa hero yesterday taking Murphy, K. L. McOlure, G. D. of thelirm of Mr. G. A. Walter, Swedes that he wanted to protest againat Hopper, G. S. MtKinney, J L. Totten, A Wnlter, of Kiugsville, baB bought il and send that protest to the State conSi. 25 Shirt Waists reduced to 9S cents. Mn. J Flkkch Koiunbon, who has been Sam Holman, G. W. Spanglor, J. F. wHI contin, vention for action. He charged that Cash, T. J. Hill, J.W. Carson, G. L. sick for some time at Columbus, Gn , ar- out his partner's interest and " " 90 " S1.00 rived at Mr T J. Robinson's last week ue tho business at the old stand, with the money had been sent to this county to Win. Gooch, Charles Dunn, Dr. J. T. assistance of his brother, Mr. Wallace W. buy voters, who had Bold out in many Bobon, F. S. Fagley, L. R. Jones, J. J. much improved. " 65 75 Duncan and Mr. Cabell Walter, of this place. Mr. Carson is un- cases for n vory small price. While he Spears, E. D. Kennedy, i F. Holdam, Mrs. Mattik Denny, of Lancaster, took the train here decided aa to what bueineoa he will pur- waa speaking in the same strain George W. 0. Alexander, S. W. Glvens. Pulliam rupbed up almost out of breath for Klizabetbtown Saturday to visit Mr. sue. Judge Sautley called over the Comto say that ha had Been the sound money monwealth's docket yesterday and disand Mrs. JoeS. Grimes. Turnera-vill- e Sunday-schoo- l of tho The Mn. J. L. Fuoiiman, of the Globe, Danposed of many of tho cases. Adam Trice church will observo men count the same man three times. Christian ville, was hero Sunday on his wheel and "Children's Day" for foreign missions It waa then remembered that no secre- alone' wna tried and he waa given one left an order for a half column for our on Sunday, June 7th. All nre cordially tary had been chosen and Josh 8wope year for breaking into S. H. Helm's Then a youth, house and stealing a gun. The 25 inFriday's issue. Watch for it. invited to be presant at the exercises was proposed nnd elected. Mksshb, J a mm B. Cook and Kobert It. which will begin nt 10 a. m. and will be whom we afterwards learned is named dictments against Judge T. L. Shelton for a string of reso- violating tho whisky laws were dismissGentry came all the way from Lawrence-burfollowed by a short nddresa on missions Swinebroad, presented for sound money ami show by as long aa hia arm, which had ev- ed by decision of the court of appeals. lutions to vote the pastor, W.T brooks. idently b6on prepared with a view to the Those against J. U. Baker, for bigamy, their preference for Lincoln's candidate Broom Factory. Hon. B. B. King bolt. They declared for free ailver at 10 Albert Uommel for malicious wounding for Congreea. Miss Mollik Buhdbtt took her kin- and Mr. G. D. Smiley, of Moroland, are to 1 and wanted it put in the platform in and Meridy Woodson for disturbing Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet dergarten clasa over to Lancaster to at- busily engaged now managing their terms too plain to be misunderstood. worahlp, were also dismissed, beof the class of that broom factory. They are turning out Hay, of Boyle, and Tomlinaon, ol Gar- cause the defendants had left the State Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock tend tho oxerclsea A good many of tho mothers ac- about 10 dozen a day and the quality of rard, were inatructed for district dele- Eph Payne for injuring public property place. and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. them compares favorably with tho best gates and a aet of delegates to the State waa also dismissed as waa also Jordan companied them. acres of convention with alternates named for Perkinafor disturbing religioua worship. Mb.Toma8 W. Goocii, who recently inado. Mr. King raised moved to St. Louis, from tho West Knd, broom corn last year and tho factory will each appointed and then the rumperaad-journe- The judge showed irritation at the reWe offered to publish the res- peated efforts to continue the case of Bends ub copies of papers giving graphic continue to run na long bb that part of cyclona and writes that the material lasts. but Mr. Swinebroad said he did John Bolden for malicious wounding and olutions, accounta of the not have them and Mr. Swope that he ho and family barely escaped death. Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at While plowing the other day Mr. It. would Bend them to ua from Iluaton- Bet it for trial for next Tuesday. A dozen Wm. OiiKBTBunELn, of Ohio, waa Mr. cases were set for trial pipe that muat Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. G. Denny found an old ville, which will bo seen he didn't do. hero yesterday to auswer any indict- - have been used many years ago. It ia A good many free silver men, to their NTW ADVKBTISEllENTrt. ioent that may be found ngainBt ultn, but cut out of granite in Imitation of nn ea crodit bo it eald, refused to go into the hiB lawyer told him to go, until telegle, weighs nearly two pounus anu waa rump convention, but accepted defeat graphed for, which is not likely to bo no doubt a gem in the day it waa used. done, aB no indictment baB been found. It is on exhibition nt the Myers House "like democrats and gentlemen" aa one JAMES orator expressed it but didn't remain Mb. and Mbb. ItoiiBRT Hardino, Mra. doeiring to see it can call on Is a candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln County, suband these McGood-witrue to hia words. Kufua McGoodwin, Misa Nellie ject to the action of the democratic party. Your Capt. Thomas Richards. Those free silver men who went into support is earnestly solicited. and Mr. Howard Bruco are going to the "Washington to attend Mb. W. S. Hilton, of Junction City, the convention Saturday obligated themBYwedding next Tuesday evening. Mr. believing that there ia a bright future for selves to support the nominee of the andMrB. Itobert Harding will visit in hiB town, lias recently bought 11,000 democratic party. Should they fail to m Richmond, Va., before returning. The worth of ground aud will build six com- do so, they will provo themselves not The Stockholders of the Stanford & Ottenheim evTurnpike ire requested to meet at tbe County bride and groom will come directly to fortable residences on it. When these only undemocratic, but unworthy in , i8o, lor the Office, at a P. M., fall go to Scot- are completed he will own particular. Lincoln Is for sound Judge's of electing officers JUNE ensuing year. purpose for thn Bowling Green and this houses, ery j;-subW.T. TUCKER, President. land, where tho Rev. Hardin will contin- BOtne of which are the beat in the place. money, so lot's "shut up" on that euemy, the Mr. Hilton has probably the largest store- ject and fiRht the common ue his studies in theology. Advocate. I Central Kentucky and carries republicans. room in money men win in Lincoln And Funeral Director. Tho Bonnd CITY AND VICINITY. I haTo (n my possession a stray mare, rlee more goods than the average merchant Btlver Kray, about 10 yeara old, lob tail, fere top cut who does business in a town many times and a few othor countieB, but the at DankB. aide. Owner can set off Gifts for the graduates what's the ubo in htt short, branded on leftand paying for har keep- Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, by proving property t as large aa Junction City. There aro few men won the State and Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. ing and adyertiiiQir. peace H. F. HORTON, Cabbiaob paint. Craig A Hocker. men in this section whose hustling qual- anybody'a kicking. Let ns have Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Ky. Grove, Casey county, and cease to fight among ourselves. ities compare with Mr. Hilton's. auppltea. Oraig A Hocker. Subciical jpr3rasgg.2c5r.;fr I BED ROOM SUITS, COUCHES, BOOK CASES, s Side-Itoard- W. W. WITHERS, Reduction In Prices to-da- y, k, Sakk-Kuki'In- o. 1 A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Grin-stea- The Insurance 1 Hoi-moa- n Lau-raste- rs Coi-rth- THERE IS NO DANGER. HwiH-iPHto- f conrt-iious- e, Har-rodabur- r The Safest, Simplest f HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Remnants at 24c and 48c. -: Dud-dera- r, DON'T WAIT e, Ed-mo- a. Car-BO- n Car-ter- " J-- Severance & Son, s PENNY'S DRUG STORE 20-od- d d. Penny's Drag Sore to-da- G. L. PENNY, Executor. B. GENTRY n UNDERTAKING -- Hardin-Stevon-Bo- n Turnpilse Election. at jr. c. . nrciiART f Estray Hotioo Practical Trimmer, Embalmer bit-te- a T 1 wWWG&t&ffKfH yyiWrffiFiTr ??fcy; BattaatW4aa "ac Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourm AT CRAB ORCHARD. Kev. J. G. Livingston preached at the Christian church Sunday and Sundcy pabllBhed Every Tuesday and Friday night. Miss Eva Buchanan, Mr. A. Adtlnma and Mr. and Mra. Robin left on Sunday night's train (or Niagara Falls and the 83 PSB YKiUlIX ADVANOK JNpWhen not so paid 32.60 will be charged.- 1 il I t it Ui I' tff s J.a for this district, subject to the will of tbe democeast. Rumor says the weddlug at CinScrofula, Salt Rheum, racy. folcinnati of a Crab Orchard belle is to Two Llvoa Savod. Sores, Boils, Pustules, Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 3 Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was low. told by her doctors she had consumption and tint p. m., ind g:o; p. m. a., returning t 4 30 Eczema, Tetter, Mr. Sim Robinson died at Corbin there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. ktog'a New Discovery completely cured her and and all diseases of the blood and Is given to all who L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Sunday morning. hac accounts with me that Ilia remains wero she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggers, ijj have hern running over 60 days to come In and Horlda USSrgsjMakes You Well. brought to Crab Orchard on the night ful cold, St., San Francisco, suffered Irom a dreadandtetllo. V. K Wright will run the business . 11 37P m Hj. 14, Train going North... approaching consumption, tiled without jfcswi lor . 3 ija m train and buried in the cemetery " " No.si. " on tiie result every this; eUe then bought one bottle of Indigestion, constipation and dys- ery me after April sth and I will be glad for ev0110 to trade with him. ' South .. pm No. as, Dr. King's New Discovery and iu two weeks was .t 04 p WKeepyou ee on tho ae Fence Seo Huff V II. MONNKT1. " He leaves a wife and sev- cured, lie is naturally thankful. It is such . 03 iu hill Monday. Ho. rj, pepsia, kidney and liver disease I. Dawson. in Hustonville, Ky lluriderar. II might. K. Cobb. of which those are samples, that proc the Kd Carter. II Ch.ncell. r and others who have us' eral children to mourn his loss. QUEEN & CRESCENT. yield to its curative powers and wonderful efficacy of this medicine lu coughs and d It. G A PKY ON. Staof rd, Ky The commencement exercises of Dr. colds. Fteo trial bottles at W. 1). McRoberts' Agent for Lincoln County. 93 3"' when cured it Train past Junction City at follows: Stapp'a school were held in the Christian Drugstore. Regular siao 50c and ti. No. South 12.07 P m No. North .341pm &Keeps You Well. " 3 " The things that people see are inside of the,m 12.0.J a m " 4 .1.00 p m church Thursday night. A full house SHELBY & SHELBY, and not outside. No two Deonle tr the ..im- ' " " 5 n 3 am " 6 " .3. IS a in was in And sen the new Hats at Mis Dudderar's Tern- attendance and the children all thing exactly alike. One woman may look out at 6 3J p m " 10 6 00 a m , 9 " Sold in Lincoln county by week Kaihlon this New Legon, new a oeauiuui tanuscape and see all the beauty and Note. Nos. 4 and e and a and 10 run no tur- - did exceedingly well. Mr. Millard 'anatnaa ail the new Persian effects in Flowers rcstlulncss and granduess that there Is in it Anher than Junction City All trains atop thsSrc. W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. and Ribbons Handsome goods but Uw Prices of Harrobsburg delivered tho other one will look out at the same scene and see Dress making done in tne latest stvle and on short nothing, The man who Is perfectly well and vigPenny's Drug Store, " salutatory address. M I). Dl DDKKAK. notice. orous enjoys life to tho full Dr. Picr.e's Golden MRS. KATK Dl' DDKKAK. City, Craig & I locker, " Kontuckv. There Mr. Joe Anderson has returned from Medical Discovery makes people well isn't anything miraculous about it it is the must W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. school at Mossy Creek, Tenn. Miss Ma- natural thing in the world. It simply puts the First Class Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very the bowA New Eress stomach, Reasonable F. 1$. Twidwell, ry Leavell, of Paint Lick, is visiting Mrs. digestive organs, the and therebythe liver,the blood Ming Mablish.nl, respectfully Kates. A portion of ) our patronage Is els, in perfect order makes solicited iS era. pure and rich. All diseases live and thnw on imD. B. Edmiston. J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Mrs. J. A. Haldeman, pure blood, Keep a stream of pure, rich, red Having completed my course in the French Tanner Bros., McKinney. of Louisville, spent several days with blood Mowing into a diseased spot, and the disease Tailoring System ot Cutting and Kitting otfer will not slay. A man my services to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Buchanan. and duease diea on it. Uvea cu rich, puro blood, J. F. Alstott, Powers. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes Miss Axie Black, of Madison, is visiting Beazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. pure, rkh blood Send ti cents In one cent stamps II you want a No i the Mieees Fish. M. Lcc Pipes, Moreland. to World's Dispensary Medical Association, one worth every And Vicinity, feeling asiured that I can please dollar you have ts pay Hurry, and one 1008 lor it N. Y , and that will be I ill lie found In the rear guaranteed to them with my work Mrs. Y. J. Culton is very ill. Her "Common Sense receive I'r Pierce's profuselypage give yuu stllifi. tion and a Uuggy Medical Adviser," for Health, Yours of Mrs. Kaui Dudderar's Millinery Stcre and will right, go to parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert lustrated. be glad to wait on th.ac wishing vtork in my lln Jamks T. Cooki:, TJ. MRS. VM. GEEK, Stanford 7 tf and Miss Rboda Gilbert, of Madison, are If it required ao annual outlay ot $100.00 to insure a family against any serious consequences Harrodsburg, Ky. HiMtonville, Ky. Ho will not handle shoddy witn uer ana we nope ner a speedy re- from an attack of bowel complaint during the tin) lie has some beautiful Surreys and PhaeSPRING, I89C. covery with such attention as only a year, there are many who would feci it their duty tons The genuin. Malta Cultivators and Plows, to pay it, tbat they could not afford to risk their the beat in uie, as all farmers U tell jou (Jo to mother can give. Mr. V. W. Wallace, lives and those of their family for such an amount. see hlra and save your money Blue-Gras- s Any one can get this insurance for 13 cents, that who has been living in Crab Orchard for 1cidk the pnee of a bottle oi Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost the past year, hus purchased the Huge-le- y ery neighborhood some one has died from an evJ". All kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, atfarm near Danville and will move to tack of bowel complaint betoro medicine could be Shrubs, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Grape Vines, Mr a workman of lluy direct and sav. money procured or a physician summoned. One or two Ac. No agents Absolutely Puro.f it the first of July, Mrawberr y and general catalogues on application doses of this remedy will cure an ordinary case. & II. K HlLLKNMrYKK. to It never fails. Can you afford to take tho risk for Decoration day was duly observed Lexington, Ky Telephone aro, 14 YEARS t cream ot tartar Danintj now- - by the members of the G. A. R. at Crab so small an amount ? A Ky. der. Highest of all in leavening Orchard and vicinity and while these For sale by Craig & Hocker, Htanlord Ky. Sole propiletor Dio's itlack Diamond Kool 1 T. A strength. Latest United States Gov- noble men were trying to honor their Mr. lames Perdue, an old soldier. residing at Odorless Water Closets, FrostPaint. Estimates furnished for painting WcmI, Monroe, Mich., was severely attlicted with rheu' Metal and Iron Roofs SatUlaction ernment Report. uaianlced. dead brothers and strew their graves matism, bur received prompt relief from pain by proof Water Pipes, Porwith Dean's Ulack Diamond I am back from the cities with everything that All roots painted using Chamberlain's "At Dealers In ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. with flowers, which should, we think, be times my back would Pain Balm. He says; could A visit Paint guaranteed for years is new and pretty in the Millinery line ache o badly tbat I celain Bath Tubs Putnpi and (ialvanutd Iron I'llters to my store will convince you that this stock is silt a very solemn occasion, there were a hardly 'sue up. If I had not gotten relief, I New York. would not be here to write these lew lines Chamtho most complete. A specialty WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO Klcgant line Linens and Embroidery Material. number of empty headed men, who of berlain's Pain ilalm has Jone tne a great deal of NONE Gilt edge reference In ami out feel very MISSLICC1K IIEAZLCY, DOC DRYK. course bad to celebrate the occasion good and I by Craig thankful for ii." CARROLL BAILEY. of tbc Slate Stanford, Ky Ask your DinvllU For sale Hocksr, Stanford, Ky. as they do everything whether of a friends about my work. cfc DR"S2TB, solemn find Chamberlain's Ky. nature or not, by getting dyMothers will valuable for croup Cough Remeespecially and whooping T. F. CLARKE. drunk. We hope, however, the visiting cough. It will give prompt relief, and is safe, and Proprietors All kinds of Carriage, lluggy and Wagoa Mak. for several years,' and pleasant. Ing and Repairing dune. V.hkles wirked over Clemens Huse Ilui'dlng, Danvi'le. Ky friends and veterans will overlook their it haa neverWe have sold itthe most perfect satisON IMPROVED FARMS failed to give and maJegtud at new. A H Kinl.y has charge et lie painting department and guarantees his weakness for every one was not born faction. G. W. Richards, Duqucsne, Pa. a speruliy and for cash onFor sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. In Lincoln county, Ky , at 6 per cent , semi an work STANFORD. KY. with full heads and we honestly believe no commission charged Address ly Accounts due isl of each mmlh nual interest, Ko m 17, Ktnjou liuilding, J II MKKSHON', UKO W DAW In Harness, some men would celebrate Horses handled under Saddle and their mothFollowing is a new toll law regulat!.ouisvilIe, Ky. For blank applications and fur J II GREEK, roadsters and and prepared tor sale. er's funeral by getting drunk. A. II. KiNLkY ' "' tber Information, in iuir ol J N Sauudcrs, Ating tnrnpiku tolls which will take ellect saddlers bought and sold on commission. Good torney, Stanford, K. half mile track and belt stables in the country. 8 WHEREAS. June 17, 1&90: "The managers of any mwi of Stanford The merchants and ether buiuiMi have adopted the CASH SYSMORE XliWS XOTJ-JS- . turnp'ke, gravel or plank road should TEM, e, the physicians of this community ak J W McGlNNIS. J. V. COOK ....... I anu uemanuthirty our uiui, in tne luture, shall be mai n charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. At Jackson, II. F. French was de- permit ministers of the gospel 10 pildtvtiry days In cash, its rqulvalent or F. U. niLBY. IToprlotor, clared not guilty of the murder of Judge on the road without paying toll yrliun a note, negotiable and payable in bank, with legal interest, and due when services are rendered THOMAS Y. London. - - - Kontucky. Combs. On ministerial dtlty, and Shall Charge 110 ' Peisnns now owing us for past pmfeMmnai servl ces must come forward and scttio at an early date The Chicago and Southern States toll against scholars going to or from The e is a business as well as prefmsional side to to DANVILLE, KV., - Kontucky. I have movedevermy new Hotel and am b.ilsr to accommodate cotton exposition has been officially de- school, or persons going to or from any the practice of medicine and surgery which we Crab Orchard, the public. Srcpared than attached and every convenience Builder and Dealer in All Kinds clared off. place of religious worship, or funeral pro- arc determined looliterve in tho'ulnie Y. PKVTO.V. AHPES'1'LK. GivcueacaU. G.l J. Wishes to thank his friends and neighbors cessions going to or from place of burial, 6 W 1IKONAI GH, their patronage and respectfully asks to be for STEELE HAILEY, of Carriages. V FRANK RII.KV, rePawnee, Okla , was visited by a hur- but if any other persons than scholars L II COOK W II O'HAN.NUN, Mr uralivlll Hairy In the future membered Repairing a Specialty. Work dsne and warrant- ricane and half a dozen people were kill- going Mav iS. i3y$ J4 im v. ill be lound ready to serve you at anr time A to or from school and the driver All work done when ed, to give satisfaction. nicellne ol Caskets, Coftia-- , Kobcs, Ac , to promised. All accounts due when work Is de ed and injured. shall occupy a vehicle full toll shall be from alaj son hand. Ii jm 00 livered. Your patronage solicited. A pilot on a Missouri river steam- charged and collected for such vehicles. J?. cat boat dropped dead through excitement Bucklln's Arnica Salvo : & during the cyclone, T. : The best salve in the world for cuts, bru less tetter, chapThe contract to the burned sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever aoreaakin eruptions.are the exclusive agects for the Remember hands, chilblains, corns and all Kentucky. buildings at tho Virginia University has t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is celebrated perfect satisfaction or money Guarantees luaranteed to give work In every particuFalls Branch Jellico Ooal, refunded. Price ac cents per box. For sale by lar. Prices reasonable. Haa had ij years' HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. ben let for $300,000. OentlNt, : : Ky. Capt. Wash Honhell, whom every W. Ii. McRoberts, druggist. 91 3m Also that it will be to the interest of eterv la Offers his services o the people of West Ofnce on LaLCaster Street, at our clean Domcitlr Nut Coa to call and s Full stock of Coffins body knew that ever rode on the Upper Residence. and Casey Counties. Prices the very lowest. We par the ash at the on hand. rrd Caskets always Manager. Ohio, is dead, aged 72. mliies, therefore are able to sell at the lowest 9S D.t!. Carpenter, price. Come and see us John D. Wilson, a well known man, Good Coal makes red a.hca, no cinders. NATIONAL BANK Falls llranch 13 ctr. Falls llrauch Nut lac; In fell four stories through an elevator shaft CALL ONdun Mountain cllico Nut n cts ; North Jellico at Nashville and was killed. Lump 11c These prices are Icr Coal delivered Or.STANKORD. KY. less Over 1,100 lives were lost in a panic If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before For Coal at our house charges are one cent hON. A NOEL Capital Stock- at a popular feast at Moscow in honor of making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and priSTANFORD, KY., the coronation of the Czar. 8urpl"8 Pocket Ker Checks br Mail for only JS Cents r This is the day for "Mud Dauber" ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $5 to Si 5. . Attention pf the public is invited to the For Uat'L'ii'e and Ker Checks. Metal r. far ihccksoi ,h ""'r N.t.onal H.nk S all kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key Smith to swing at Lexington, unless Under the provisions of the National ,n llank Attornoy Stamping on Metal and genLaw.t Ring!, Chains, are secured not only eral repairing. Shop over M. 1). Elmoie's store, Gov. Bradley again comes to his rescue. stock, but by the stockholders' I.Jbll.ty "? So - tiuoford, Ky. Twenty-fivpersons are reported to d"poy.,J,r. o" t0 ,hc ,lock' this institution are secured by a fund of ooo! have been drowned by a cloud-burat Jwbitk Olhceon Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Tof ?,l House Collections receive cspcilal attention S3 mad each veario ihe ltif..i ..... Seneca, Mo. Many houses were washed In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from 52 to S4 per pair. ..S ,m LV"' "d "V VVi! fL"m""J away Special inducements to Cash Buyers. inus ww andr lirfr( safctv 10 .lnn.,ir...sucutitiv ..i.iit.,nna THK IILSILING INSURANCE MAN, Uopkinsvillo suffered to the extent J. K. BARKER, Proprietor, nJh."..,nif,,tl!l,?l,L. orlF"l'y established as tbe of several thousands of dollars by a cyStanfo! In i8j3, then - ii. u j. tie National llank ol Klanr.ir.l in .&i(. .... clone Thursday evening, but no one was again 9 ir.nliM. the l'ir.t National lllii i Stanford in Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. . nas had practically an Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan MutuN9..,, killed. unmter ... al Life Insurance Co, of Detroit. Mich, can rupted ciistenceof 11 r.ri 1, 1. rA&txxJ&msi FULL LINE OF Large Chief Justice Snodgrass, of TennesRemodeled and refurnlshod throughout. write you ail the most favorable plans or Insiir iVTnVrt UC.,,,,V '"''"'""tingbusn spTompT and Commodious Sample Rooms. before in its long a5l ance. lie a,so represents the old reliable Central LrJJ,ai. Accounts of Hcils and oflice connected by Electric Hells. see, was fined $50 at Chattanooga for lobacco Warehouse of Louisville. Ky , and will firms and individual. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 be glad to have a liberal share of your patronage. carrying the pistol he tried to commit ,,p,.tfullr '',1$. Will be teady to cooler all the favors that can be Tha Directory ol this llank is composed ol murder with. given by any warehouse Liberal cash advanceSTANFORD the ware- Forestus Koid, Lincolu county; ments made on consignments, both Mrs. Mary McPherson got so excited I will )e at "tanford every house and country S. T. Harris, Lincoln; day. Parties wanting hogsheads, prists or court while taking her first ride, J. H. Colliot, Lincoln; FEMALE : COLLEGE. she died on the train railroad Sofllolktbat money should addnss ine at Paint Luk, Ky. from to Prompt attention guaranteed. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; 69 6m STANFORD, KY. S. II. Ilaughuian,( Lincoln; Portsmouth, Va. M. S. IlAl'GIIMaN. J. S. Hocker, Stanford; J. W. ilAUOIIMAt.. Kate Field died at Honolulu May 19, Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot WILLIAM SHELTON, President. W. A. Trlbblo, Stanford; of pneumonia, She was a noted newsof Buckboard. M. D. Klmore, Stanford; RS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. paper correspondent and had gone to T. P. Hlll.Htanford; Miss Emma L. Martin, Peiiding Teacher in the Hawaii for a rxorKiiTOKsFull and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Culti-vatorK. L. Tanner, McKinner! Chicago paper. Study Hall; ,1MJM"ler.-:VerDon,KIn the Corn Planters, Etc. Sec Our Line of Harrows athletic gameB Land Rollers, Hiss Mar; Cowen, Principtl oi the Music DeJ. 8, Hocker, President; & partment; at New York, II. J. Wefers, of George d Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; at Prices to Suit before you buy. Farm Wagons by the Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Departtown, made a wrold'a record of 21 5 n. a MCMnnav. A.., r..Li. ments of Art and Elocution. and See us. the Times. Call seconds in a 220 yards dash. Second Session Begun WednesMrs. Kate Crump and Mrs. Spillman, WE.&JE13S:N - - Kontucky. formerly of Warren county, were killed day, January 22. Co HERD F S THK by the St. Louis cyclone. Their bodies Or STANFORD, KY., If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but Ker terms, &c, send for Citcular or call at the will be interred at Smith's Grove, Ky. turnouts will leave our stable. See us fsnowfully;orgn.,d and ready College. for business wit. (or rates. In our Sam Hawthorne, of Baltimore, is a from tne best herds My Breeders were selected San Francisco. Portland. up Capital of - . $200,000 Paid several different of swine BLACKSMITH SHOP. thoroughbred fiend incarnate. The oth- of this famous breed lot ol pigsin of diflereut ages ..Totb States. A splendid SurPlus. er day when bis child cried he took it by for sale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction 20,000. work and satifactory Will guarantee Correspondence solicited. Address prices, liy our norsc snoer its feet and slammed its brains out guaranteed. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAI. cjg BRONAUGH, ,.Via The., against a picket fence. Crab Orchard, Ky. Now closing up) with th. same ass.u and und.r Frank Smith, of Little Rock, Ark., Pavilions of its chaiter, depositor, are as thought he heard a burglar and firad in protected as aie depositors THE in National 1 h i i B I I! the direction from whence the noisA di.(rf.li tiaolc to the eatcnt of the New Line Between Cincinnati, came. When the smoke cleared away L","i .."."".UB,, ocfc. therein at the . ". . rt) louisvuu kiwibakt Chicago' Rt(g ke found that he had killed his cook. The Tennessee supremo court affirm- Only Dining Car Route From ea tne judgment of the lower court in Solid Trains, the case of Dr. J. Frank Edgar, of LexFast Time, trust they will contlnUM",?1Ut.nlL,lhAnklwith us, offering as a ru.r.n..f i ington, and he must go to prison for Excellent Equipment. three years. He perjured himself and Try one for 30 Days and if you Inaugurated May 24. '. personated another in order to get a Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled di don't like it don't take THK SCHEDULE, Sleepers of Modern Pattern. vorce from hia wife to marry Mra. DaLve. Cincinnati 9 00 a. m. JJ.William.,Mt.v:r"oI,",: 93P. For maps or any information, address vidson. 3 25 p. m, Atr. Toledo JJSa. . ".Shanks, Stanford; 6 15 B. JC. H. BACON 5 45 P.m. Arr. Detroit THANK J. REID, Scott Jackson is now under sentence J.S.Owaley, Stanford; D. P. A G. P. Agent, Through coache and parlor cars on day trains. Louisville of death, the judgo having denied his Through coaches, Wagner Sleeping Cars Cincin. Chicago. S.J. Embry, Stanford natl to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night Be surs to call for J. B. Owsley, Sunford; motion for a new trial and fixed the date trains. Mouon Route. Caab, Stanford; No service between Cincinnati, Toledo and Deoi nia execution on Jane 30th. Ho, how St Paul. ever, granted troit is AS GOOD A3 OUK NEW YORK LINK, JDoiiver. William GoochStanlord use AS . OOD AS OUR CHICAGO LINE, a stay of execution pend- Try one and you will never AS GOOD AS OUK ST. LOUIS LINK. any other kind. iwiiitak all th hides I can eat ing his application for an appeal. Ae Buy your tickets through via "Dig Four." 111. . H. for cash or trade tor niUEuO. SUniord or atin my home leather on- that court will not be In sesaion. Jackaon'. ror lull iniormation can on agenis or auurcss in Oitascourt davs at D. II. MARTIN. K. O. MeCOKMACK, firCJ.'B.Owil.7jcW, neck will not be broken till fall at leaat J Chas. Insulin, Tanner, Geo. Pass. A Tkt. Agt, raas.lranic.3igr. W. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kldnejrt will find the true remedy in Electric (Jitters. This medicine dot's not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and an alterative. It acts only on the stomache and bowels.adding strength and giving tone to tne organs, thereby aiding in the performance ot tho functions. Electric Hitters is an excellent aDDctiier and atdsdi. gestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price joe per bottle at V. B. McRoberts' urug store. na-tu- re Old Pooplo. Cooke's WILL CURE . J, S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentiat, Sarsaparilla Is a caiididtte for Ccng-es- s in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic yarty. JUDGE W. S. PRYOR Is a candidate for fudge ef tho Court nl Apreals Stanford, Ky. "'"""" "Citoner ErTHfTErJ I in the Owsley .' I? Store Hiillding, p- - A Special Invitation 1 3- &&&Sx&i$B!K I I 1 1 ts 1 1 Come On, Como All. - Vau-Arsda- ll, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction pip 1 Buggies, Cultivators. Buf-lal- The Ladies of Stanford, il- S. Carpoator, POWDER Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE Nurseries. Tin T. JOITES. Sheet Iron Works, TO THE Drag Stanford, bt lis-ter- n A- St.A saphCarriageCo., Stanford, g BAILEY MONEY To LOAN Training and Sale Stable First-clas- s Doctors Adopt the 30 Day Plan. liarsc-!KeiN- 1 SHAW, J. 0. McWhortor, UNDERTAKER, THE RILEY HOUSE I dt-ilr.- I c AixIxlS, DR, W. B. P2anrsr. T. STJTTOIT. Bricklayer First-Clas- Stonecutter eipe-rienc- Coal. Coal. Coal. UNDERTAKER, ct Stanford, s e. Lin-co- Stanford, - CLOTHING! CLOTHING! . FIRST "F. G. BRADY, 8100,000 I -- W. S. BTJUOH, 23.700 A--c e Can Not Be Excelled. Stanford, at Kentucky. lb" st BARKER HOUSE, .., "hd'"o I Somerset, Kentucky. W. E. PERKINS. Crab Orchard. M. W. J"OB.1TS01T, Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons w t,.r. 111 xp7,vrm M.S.&J.W.Baughman, inter-collegia- te Car-Loa- LIYERY, FEED SALE r 1-- B. K. STABLE, Stanford, ss BLUR-GRAS- Farmers Bank&Trnst SrCHED R. II. HOGS. first-cla- NjaTHWIEST M first-clas- s W'r?JJ!!Sp'ii!'scijSCj)h vi msm feu M "Big Four" f,r Popular Washer. it Toledo and Detroit. :i - " TOsCHICAGO. ,MQ'osTajaclIIIrall - Greatest Washer of tHe Age. Jr urrrc FARRIS & HARDIN. Bluaajrc M. Bright, Teller,