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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896060501 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-Weekl- y vol. xxv. cuvnni chimes. LANCASTER, GAIUlAli!) COUSTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 5. 1896. "" -- NO. 28 v K MA TIUMOXTA T. MA TTKRS. POLITICAL POIXTS. i5rz.T The Bible leading Circle will meet Kev. Iienry Milln will preach at True to her maiden fancy that it Madison county republicans in- -' with Mm. Dr. James B. Klnnaird Tues- Hubble Sunday uiorniuj: nt 11 o'clock. would structed for J. Speed Smith for Congress ......... bo much more ...rnmintic to go I' i .r... .... llq I.'.... Irnm t.n.nn .. n Dr. John G. l'Ve'a now churcl) nt ""',., J iium ruiUD iu 11. II , l!.. I..Yt amor ueorge uowen will preach nt and A. R. Burnaui for appellate judge. BereHwill bo dedicated Sunday with tho poor house The rndH unseated another demo- - Montgomery Buchanan did what few Sundny nfternoon at 3 elaborate ceremony. crat in the House. Walsh, of Now York, girls vcr do -- reil zul a dremi of that o'clock. kiud, for alio went to Cincinnati and was .'.I Tho IlnjitiHts will dedicate their now The young men of Lancaster gave a had to give way to Mitchell, republican. married in the Burnet House instead of . Itov. Sunday, church at Oorbln Senator (Juay at last concedes the hop Tuesdny exiling at the Macon PreBtridge.of Willtomaburir, will olllci-atnomination of Mckinley on tho first Ht her father's dehghtfu home at Crab Iv House in honor of the fair visitors. WE WILL GIVE- 11 ballot. He says the Onio man will -- Miss Mamie Noel entertained nt among the her XI Iter. J. W. Loving is 1711 vote. , , Haptiat pretty home Tuesday evening in honor 19 graduatea nt the Southern !n By a vote of 32 to 25 the Senate pass Seminary anil ho received the decree T of her friend, Misi Margaret Murphy. ed the Butler bill to prohibit the ipsue of B F. Uobinson, Garrard's grunt traII. I) interent-bearin- g bonds without the furCall and examine samples. To reduce stock. der, shipped 500 lambs to the Cincinnati Elder J. T. Sharrard will preach at ther authority of Couvrefs. Christian church Sunday night nt S.15. market Tuesday, for which hu paid lc. irginia s democratic convention This evening nt Old Franklin Insti- was called to meet yesterday. subject, "Silver and Gold or thu ChrisIt will tute Miss Salllo Anderson will have nn declare for free silver. On tian in Politica." the 23d Ohio entertainment of her kindergarten claes. acts, on tho 24th New York, on Remember the "Children's Day" 'IX the 25th -- Ed and Napo Price sold 12 lambs to nt the Christian church. Turners-vllle- , Indiana . ...AAA, AA ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWil AA..AAAAV.AAAAAAAA.--.. next Sunday, beginning at 10 a. m. B. F. Robinson at lc. Mrs. A. H. Rico Gov. Bradley, in his next message to tM.i Mi.rt - j'rivrv?tnrr7v."nVVvvvvv't fW'4 bought a horse of Robert Whittaker for the Legislature, will Atl aro cordially invited. request tho estabGen-orTho United Presbyterian i5. I lishment of a to have , Mies Helen Tnurmond. of Lincoln, charge of the Aflsembiy refused to record the atlairs of tho penitentiaries memorial aaklug that theorcau and oth- who has been teaching a very successful and the State's eleemosynary 'institu-tutioner muaical instruments be barred from school at Markshury, will close her Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the the church and they will continue to school there Friday evening with an apTho announcement is made thatjtho Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods propriate entertainment. add to the beauties of church service. populists in every State in the Union ttrt Lower Than Anybody. Mr. J. O. Thompson's attractive jew- have reached au Hev. Walter Lackey tells us that he underatanding.whereby baptized Sunday in Dix Itiver Craig elry store is being adorned by n decora- they will accept the platform and canted steel ceiling with cornice. When didate nominated Jick man's mother and mother n at tho Chicago My loss is your gain, and if you want former 100 aud the latter 70 years of papered hnd painted it will be a more provided both are for free silver the rendezvous than ever. age, and both joined thp Baptist church Gov. Bradley says of thejsllver vic- a . Commercial Gazette -- Ill wme 1.1number- of Lancaster neon e ton: "It is 'lust what I -- w.,.uwThe Cincinnati . . ' . '. .. r. You bought them before, now is your time. pic- - pie would occur, in my 'speeches last thu Northern Methodist General ""'"'",uu l" ""ion ounuay-Bcnostys ntc at Pleasant Grove church Saturday. fall. Tho republican State olHcials, Conference went wild over mention of & tally-h- o has already been engaged' from a party standpoint. are I nliilant McKlnley. That church has always ta The toV.A.lAA.A.VA4wAAAAAAAAAAA.W,.AAAA ".A..AA- VV. .AAA ft. '.! THE IliUDK. aud ample number to (ill it. over the victory of the populists; but ken n big hand in politics and for that Sunday morning being the first Sun- with regard to the best interests of the reason is a good one to steer clear of it. day in June nnd children's mission day, country they regret tho repudiation of Orchard. Our last ipsue contained a noHev. W. T. Ho line, of Lexington, tice of her departure with Mr. Abrnm the children of the Christian Sunday- - houest currency " is not near so bad m he has been pictur-oJ- . Addams from her home, with the eviduijuui uro reiiuesieu dent intention of becoming one. Now lie was elected A free silver dele- pennies, dunes and to bring as many SOMEWHAT' LOCAL. dollars as they can we can state upon authority that that ingate to the convention, but declined to spare as oilerings that day Ten sharen of Kirut Vntionol TloiiW tention was real nnd that it was realized. minister should a uve, believing that -- The Lusk heirs have moved Into mock of Harrodsburg were sold Monday, They were married Monday afternoon not enter politics unlets he abandons tho their new resilience near Mai four at- l.r.n nn. It at is ..( in the handsome pirlors of the aforesaid ministry, which he enva he would not Woods. "It is .DEALERS IN. with reirret that the friends The county Judge of Mercer granted splendid hostelry by Rev C. L. Work, do for any otllce in the gift of men. of Mies Eliza Lusk see her leave town, tbe local option petitioners' request for of the First Presbyterian church, in the s, Tho Presbyterian Assembly hae de even if alio to I CVlTwS, is become house keeper of an election and fixed it August 1. A presence of Mr. and Mra. Win. Robin, of clared against bicycle riding on Sunday, a nice, new domicile of her own. bitter contest is assured. Glasgow, Scotland, cousins of the bride; the Methodists say their members shall Judge W E Walker, democratic Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. The platform adopted by the Kansas John Buchanan, of the Louisville Timet-como not play cards or dance, and now representative to the Legislature, has re- democrats eulogizes President Cleveland, Mies Margaret Buchanan, sister of the the Baptist saying that kissing games signed his seat. It is presnmod that the but declares for free coinage at 10 to 1. bride; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Handy, of It must not be permitted. The hymn nays free silver men's victory might have in Cyuthiana; and Mr. and Mra. W. W. that "Heligion was never designed to duced him to send in his resignation. The delegation is solid for silver. The city council at Harrodsburp, Addams, of Cincinnati. A nice dinner 3f "K Give us a call and be convinced. nuke our pleasures lesn," but it seems Judge Walker was a Carlisle supporter which was to have granted a telephone waa enjoyed and then Mr. aud Mrs. Ad that at this rate no fun will ho left out aud out and could not consistently franchise to 0. D. Thompson, was re- dams left for a tour of the East, which church members at all. ) throw his influence on the other side. strained by an injunction suit! brought will embrace Canadian points. The mo to correct your four-lin- e Permit Miss Harriet Glasscock will, Juno ".), by T. O. Bell. groom is clerk of the court of appeals report of my Sunday morning's Bermou give an elocutionary and Delsatte enterBill gain s will bd j played by the aud an excellent and popular gentle on "Tornadoes " I did not say that God tainment at the It will Centre team on the grounds at Danville man, who has for a year or more idde-IC"ciueed it; In fact I said that God did not be under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Friday nnd Saturday with StateJjCollege voted court to tho beautiful- young wo- predestinating it. cause It, In thesensof Society ol the Christian church. Twennnd Monday and Tuesday with the man, whom he at last succeeded I said "Nor did the devil have any such in win ty of Lancaster's prettiest young todies Louisville Athletic Club team ning and making hia wife. He has indeed pawer," the phrase, "prince of tho pow will be in the performance aud a numThe free silver men are working to won a treasure, for a bonnier bride nevFolding Beds, Bed Lounges, er of the air" having no such meaning; ber of the young men that possess good capture Maryland, and) have secured a er took upon herself the marriage vows. fiat Christ was the Huler of tho air. voices will also be added. number of delegates to the democratic She ia the youngest daughter of that Hi "Even the winds and the waves obey The entertainment Monday morn- State convention, but they do not claim did not order tho tornado prince of old geutlemen, Col. Jonn Buc- ir, illm," but He ing by Miss Margaret Murphy's kinder- that they can control the State. hanan, of Scotch parentage, and is an W to destroy St. Louis. Nor was it sent as garten Oak and Ratan Rockers, Mattresses, Springs class w as a pronounced success V. K. Logan swallowed three ailver honor to her charming mother. Exb chastisement upon tho people of St. M Picture Mouldings, Room Mouldings and in fact every and the recitations, singing aud training 25 cent piecesJIastSaturday.'and one or ceedingly lovely in face, form and charLouts, tho theory that all calamities of so many little ones rellecta much cred- all of them lodged on the! way to the acter, and cordial and engaging in man- p thing kept in a First-Clas- s Furniture Store. are tho result of sin being refuted by it upon the teacher. After the perform stomach, causing him much pain nnd ners, she is truly a fit That all of God'a 13:1 of embodiment Christ in Luko ances the children, together with their inconvenience for several hours. SomGod'a last nnd best gift to man. That laws are for good to His children, and little visitors from Stanford, invited to erset Paragon. she will make a true and loving wife and H could wo Bee what this atmospheric dis- partake of a Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford, Kentucky. most palatable lunch. Sheriff Mullen, of Rockcastle coun- matte the man who has won her happy' turbance has prevented in the way of Out of the 21 graduates at Kentucky ty, passed through the city ou &2g the C. & all the days of his life, none who know epidemics, Ac, we would see that more University two might be claimed as Lan- 0. train thia morning for Frankfort, havher will doubt. May he never forget good than evil would result therefrom. caster young men. Robert Graham ing in charge sevenwhite prisoners for what a gem of purest ray she is, but wna tho unavoidable result of That it -.. J : .- Frank called Lancaster hid home for ma- the penitentiary, one of them a female. J J. cherish her always with fondest allec-tioconditions of the atmosphere, ny years. certain Robert Lee Davidson, of this Lexington Leader. : which God could not have prevented county, has won quite a name for himTho diapatchea state that Speed iW! A mahbiagk which W8B n surprise to without a apodal miracle, which would self as a student, it is also quite flttink' Smith haa thrown up the sponge for the their friends, occurred at Covington of harmony with His have been out that the eong to be sung "CIhss Day," Congressional nomination in this dis- Monday night. It was manner of governing the physical world, that of Rev. J. P. IK commemorating their graduation is com- trict, but he told a reporter of this paper Is Now- ShaiiKaiid. Halsell, pastor of the Walnut Flat church, lteapectfully, posed by n Lancaster young lady, Miss that he had done no such thing. He exnnd Miss Lucille Caldwell, Ida May Grant. . pects to win on the vote of Garrard. Judge W. L.Caldwell, of The wedding of Miss Julia Scott Judge H A. Bnrnsido'a many friends Receivers, M. Felton, of the Q A room is arising young mi daughter of the vice president, regret to : know ho is reported quite sick. C. "We will be compelled to ar- Cumberland Presbyterian church nnd iNfartin D Hardin, was tho awel-leto Rev. Mrs. J. W. m'Ht. near Point Leave', is range terminal facilities at Somerset, but Washington for a long time. considered the bride a very lovely young woman. event In critically ill, her sister, Mrs. cannot say as to tho extent. The shops Friends here send happy greetings and may luterest the ladies to know that D 0. Hinds, of Lorton, Nebraska, havIt aud round house were considerably best wishes for loug lives of usefulness !l this is the way tho bride was dressed: ing been summoned to her bedside. Mr. cramped at Somerset, mid ou that ac- and happintes. : 'A' The brunette beauty Hud soft inuuo J. F. Robinsou.Sr., ia reported ill. Mr. count we may build our new round Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. The news comes that Mr. Charles H. CI beautiful bride was W. of this moat H.Smith still lingers but is very low. shops some distanc3 out from Holmes, of this place, and Miss Olivia You should call in and" see our stock. enhanced many times by tho handsome Misa Laura Smith is able to be out again. house and the present location. Summers, of Virginia, were married at bridal toilet of heavy ivory whlto satiu Mrs. Ann Hopper is very low and htr aeveral yards in length, the tullo veil death is expected. Ciiab Out a aud. -- Mr. John Edmistou B.rmingham, Ala., Wednesday. Miss !JJ . sweet Summers was one of the faculty of the V most gracefully arranged and tho Miss Jennie Burnside is heiug enter- and sister, Miss Hallie, are visiting at college here a few aessiona ago and ia a orange blossoms reeling Kirksville. Miss Sallie McWhorter is tained by Mr. nnd Mrs. Steele, of All new goods for spring and summe Vi finely educated and excellont lady. Mr. ::: shining dark braids. The bodupou her Miseea Margaret Mason and clerking for Mr. A. II. Bastin. Mrs. T. wear. Every thing strictly Holmea is the sou of Mrs. Lottie Holmes, V ice worn high at tho throat waa artisti- Lin a Letcher are the guests of Stanford J. Cultou's condition 1b slightly improv cally massed with soft puffs and jabots of friends and relatives. Miss Jauie Shu- ed and hopes are now entertained for her is a graduate of Centre College and a o t'acherof much experience. We shall chiflon caught at the shoulders nnd mate haa returned to Danville. II. L. recovery. Mr. George Holmes ia remod-eliu- g of orange have n f iller accouut when we get more by oxqulslte lusters hia town residence. Mr. Scott AnPhillips, of Monticello, is with frieuda particular?. sprays. The aleevea reached and here. Fred P. Frisbio, a student of Da- derson will deliver hia lecture, The GolCapt. Everett Sorrel, of the K. 0. where they were met by loug vis Military the elbow, Institute, Winston, N. 0., den Mean, at the Baptist church Satur- divisiou, and Misa Ruth, the pretty white glovea. Tho HufTy bride veil hung will return Prof, and Mrs. B.S. day night. Admission 10 cents. Miss daughter of Engineer G. W. j: low on tho trained skirt, but fell to a abort Gowen leave Monday for a protracted Grace Tudor has gone to Paint Lick to Biar in mind tint we keep every thi.ig from a Pin to a point over her face, where it waa held visit to relatives in Winchester, Tenn. visit relatives. Miss Pearl Phillips and Worman, of Livingston, eloped to Cin: Threshing Machine. by a diamond atar, just above tho brow, Mra. John Rose, son and daughter, of mother, of Stanford, are guests of Mr. R. cinnati yesterday and were married. Misa Susie Lasley, who knows both of lightly raised by the maid of honor nnd Yours for Bargains, II Louisville, are gueata of Mra. George G. Collier and wife. the parties, says that Misa Worman ia a . as bride and groom turned to leave the Hardin and family. W. R. Marra, of II uniiLW. Misses Ruby and Mattie charming young lady and that the man chancel. Uer bouquet waa of white ro8-e- s Knoxville, ia with his mother, Mra. Marand lilioa of the valley. Among tho garet Marra. Messrs. 0. S. Ritchie and May Hubble, of Chattanooga, are visit- who has won her is a very fine gentle- Hustonville, Ky : The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, ing friends in thia community. Bro. man. guests waa Mra. Robert Harding, of IT J. M. Keoble, of Maysville College, Tenn., ; A friend of the young lady here tells Tinaley'a protracted meeting at Bright's who waa gowned in white Batin are hero. Misaea Eugenia Bush and ..-us that Misa Sallie Bentley, formerly of echool-houa- e is growing very interestduchess and tulle, pearl oruamenta. Mra. Mosa are at home from Beaumont Harding'a gift waa a breakfast and lunch- College, Harrodsburg. Misa ing, the houBe being crowded at each tnia place but now of Livingston, waa to Lear, Misa have been married in Cincinnati yeater-da- y eon set of tho fineat of pure linen and Lucy Ballard and brother, of Paint Lick, night service, and the windows are used ! to Cpt. William Satterfield, of the embroidored, lace, richly are guests of Misa Sallie Anderson, How- by out door audience. Frank Rigney L. & N., with headquartera at Livingston. aud deaigned in a thousand different ard Marra, Herbert Price and George went to Casey to be at the decoration. The young lady baa many friends here delicate and intricate patterns moat ex- Dunn, of Danville, Jack Rout and Harry George Woods and D, N. Prewitt receivwho wish her happiness. quisitely drawn. After a big spread at Baughman, of Stanford, were here aa ed eome lambs here this week at ic. Wil Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices At Savannah, Ga., a Mr. Cain and a Robinson Is improving. J. E. McOlure the Norraaudle Mr. and Mrs. Hardin visitors at the hop Tuesday night. Miss Able were united in marriage. on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, and wife, of Monteroae, Col., visited relstarted at once for their Bowling Green Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a and father of the atives here last week. Thomas Smith home. The mother Dr. W. N. Scott is on trial at a In Fleming county during a severe full btock of every thing found in a first-clasLumber Yard, and by and Mra. P. W. Hardin and a painful sprain in hia arm Sat received groom, Gen. for the murder of Miss Nanny rain and thunder-atorAbe Carpenter, selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have urday at Crab Orchard. and Mra. Gharlea Hardin, oi Judge a farmer, living near Flemingaburg, waa Dunn, who confessed on her death bed were present and returned ever been offered here. to three respectable women that her Senmovement has been inaugurated killed by lightning and J. R. Hall, A thetn. The presents from the with death was the result of a criminal opera- at St. Lonii to raise a fund of $250,000 for farmer, waa ao badly hurt by a ate and diplomatic corps and others were tion performed by Dr. Scott. hock that ha will probably die. the tornado sufferera. magnificent and 'costly. Y , ....... l WILL -- PAPER! I e. ! BARGAINS W. WALL PAPER I B. M'ROBERTS. , .AA-- ..r-- -- al r-- ' Uyar d.wP? s. s u cc e: s s in-la- My Stock Must. Be Reduced. icon-ventio- ,. GOODS CHEAPER THA1T .AAAA...-.AAAA- EVER oi JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. - j 2 f CRAIG & HOCKER G-Ll- I W 3ru.cs, GKsrrvLca.ls, ; $ Pays to Deal with a Cash House. 1 court-hous- e. 5 - BED ROOM SUITS, r COUCHES, BOOK CASES, Side-Board- i W. W. WITHERS, ,. tsK2i2S2a2l Jjpr ,5j I HTSPBIHCSTOC 1 -- W J-- Ste-veuso- at Hrtj-f- 2531 V! complete in Every Department. lov-line- ta I ficw pKllirjcry i I i I 1 Glotfyig- Nicho-laavil- le. 1 Up-to-dat- cor-aag- blos-aor- ua PW& and Children's Fine I Lacliss,' Misses'"BGD IWK." I 1 1 to-da- Shoes in Great Variety. CHARLES WHEELER !-- Dan-vill- e, Eu-dox- ie ? lace-webb- ed Reduction In Prices s Cyn-thian- Har-rodabu- an-oth- er A. O. SINE, Stanford, Ky. .. ,.. r .., -- ' j tiuuftj jJi r rrfi'iiiMmrifal'lii'BfilfI,ii 1. ftfcSNHnHWWMWa IT'" 'JH Jf ',JI. i ? ' . . t n r If H I K h i M S A mob at Columbus, Gn., took Jeeto when the committees reported and Charles K. Wheeler of Paducah, was Slayton from a court room, and dragging 121 elected permanent chairman. him by a rope through the streetc, shot fci him to death. Slayton outraged a farm AUJJUa.N.MhNT. Ji'NE 5, 1S06 Stanford, Ky., givAt 3 o'clock our friend, iam J. Rob- er's wife. Another negro was then en a similar fate. rA erta, of the Lender, telegraphed us bb folTho widow of Aaron Adams has filed VV. P. WALTON. WA lows: Convention adopted resolutions, suit against Matt and Dillard Ra'iney for Is still in the Lead. elected Blickburn, Hardin, Rhea and $10,000 damages for killing her hreband. E.lis drilegates-At-largand at 2 o'clock Matt Rainey owns a good farm and, is adjourned. Maj. P. P. Johnston, of Lex- reported to bo worth about $7,000. ington, will chairman of democratic U Adopted and Con- committee. be Mort Rothwell, of Gar- Winchester Democrat Lane for tho Tho trial of Newton expressly eaya that Though the law J. Adjourns. murder of the KodenbaugtiH was called the widow of a soldier forfeits her penFor a Fine Turn Sole Ladies' rard, is one of the alternstee-at-largWl in tho Woodford circuit court and consion when she marries again, Congrees The platform reniUnns allegiance to Oxford, worth Si'50. In the saddle, booted and spurred, the the principles of tho pnrty enunciated by tinued until October. This is the beginpassed a number of bills granting penlit sions to that class of women. The pres- free silver men nt the Lexington conven Jefferson and Jackson, favors an honest ning of the end to wear the case out and For Men's Hnlbrigyan Underident vetoed them, however, saying that tion rode rough shod over tbo minority dollar, bimriUlism and the unlimited let the bloody young murderer go wear. of justice. i though he had in a number of instances and would hardly permit Col. Bennett coinage of both silver and gold at the i'ho order for the encampment of to the judgment of Congress II. Young to put in nomination for tem- ratio of lt to 1, standard indriuv, indedeferred For ,t Fine Laundered Neglige Shirt, Collars rv and refrained from interposing objec- porary chairman Judge Alex Humphrey pendent of other Nations, holds that tho the State Guard, for Mammoth Cave Juof Louisville, his ellort being greeted secretary should redeem coin bonds in ly 11, has been revoked and tho encamp-iiumand Cuffs Attached. tions to bills of certain character, which will not be held till some time in seemed to be of doubtful merit, he is un- with hisses and cries of "sit down.' oither gold or silver, as may bo moet willing to follow such a wide departuro Bronston, the red headed gyaecntua and convenient, opposes the. issue of bonds September. The refusal of merchants FOR AN STRAW HAT. asfrom a palpably just pension theory and lightning somersault artist, erstwhile n in times of peace, opposes the National to supply goods in advance without Hi surance of early payment of their bills assent to the establishment of such an sound money champion, but who went baukiug system and tho contraction of necessitated the postponement. unfortunate precedent bb this bill in- into Hie silver camp at the 11th hour, the enrreucy by retirement of greenThe people of Johnntowu, l'a , held For a Pair of Low-C- ut Tan Shoes for volves. A soldier's widow has no claim when he saw which way thb cttt was go- backs or otherwise, declares for a tarifl memorial services Monday in honor of Men. lost their lives In tho on the government except through him, ing to jump, wbs rewarded by being made for revenue only, limited to the necessi- tho departed ones whooccurred just nev- grtat tljod, which temporary chairman, the vote standing ties ol the government economically adand when she marries again and thus en years ago, on Friday, May ol, 1SSU 23E3-A.X- D displaces the memory of her soldier hus- 691 for him to 206 for Humphrey. Bron-sto- ministered, opposes proscription on ac Over 3,S00 persona perished that day was introduced and made a speech count of religious belief, condemns Oov: Thousands of people, accompanied by belongs to band and surrenders all that Ladies' Corsets bands visited the cemeteries Thot-cen25c Ladies' Vests 5c soldier widowhood, she certainly ought of course. Ho always does that when he Bradley's militia call, declares that a at the plot of the unknown dead in Belts Hose ioc 5c the party nominees is a test of GrandviewctmiHtHry, where over 600 lie not, on the death of her second husband, gets a chance, but there was nothing Umbrellas Shirt waist sets 25 50c party fealty and instructs for Blackburn buried, was singularly pnthetic. to be allowed to claim that she is again startling nor sensational in it. Men's Linen Collars It is the unexpected that happens, for for president. ioc Men's Linen Cuffs.. ..15c the soldier's widow. No reasoning will Why Ii ItT " Cottonade Pants 45c " though, who will the most conciliatory speech made before roport was made by A. J. Suspenders A minority go with the raiders, 10c "In view of the number ot people one " Good, heavy cot. pants 50c, worth 75c. gov- the convention, waslby John S. Rhea Carroll and voted down with a vim. likely continuo to buy votes with jncets who know It all," ho wild ro He plead for fairnees and tolerance with It was a Blackburn convention euro ilectlvely. ernment money. SHOES Ladies' black and tan slipjiers .Sc tho9e who held views contrary to the enough. He was complete boss and his "Yea?" wild his companion Inquire " 'J " " 75c, worth Si. The report of the Casey county con- dominant one. Blackburn also made a minions were only too glad to do his Jngly, os he ixiUBed. Men's tan low cut Shoes $1, worth Si. 50. vention reached us after last issue bad speech in which he asked the convention bidding. does Fcum Htnuige," lie continued, "It Men's heavy work shoes qSc. Men's fine shoes 98c. gone to press and it is too late new to to do four things, condemn and deSome of the delegates appointed by "that any govcrnmentHhoold ever miike CLOTHING Men's S5 Suit for small amount of S3. 00 print it, further than to say that the nounce the calling out of the militia, de- the rump convention held here wanted a. mistake or bu nt a loss to know whut county remained true to the sound mon- nounce the driveling gold standard and to mnke a contest, but D. F. Logan and to do." Chicago Post, " S7.50 " . " S5.O0 KlI T ey doctrine of the democratic party, en- express your disapproval of gold bearing other wiser heads opposed it anu it was l'robjhlj- Not. " Sio S7.50 May If u follow with a million dorsed Cleveland and Carlisle and declar- bouds, that you do not want a further not attempted. " $5 Pants " S3. 50 ed for a dollar, whose ring gives forth no contraction of the currency nor an en" The committee on permannet organi- should projoso to you would you tell " " $3 S1.95 K uncertain Bound among the nations of the largement of the powers of the National zation elected P. P. JotniBton, of Lexing- hJin tlint you loved him? Hoys' knee pants suit 75c to $.. Hoys' knee pants worth Agatha No, indeed. -- The vote Btood for the adoption banking system. "Abuse nobody. The ton, for chairman of the State central world. May Why not? Sense of womanly 50c (or 25 We can save you money on all mdsc. bought of these resolutions, 47 to 20 and it was verdict of the people is rebuke enough." committee, and determined upon an im- chivnlrc, I -- ' from us. Give us a trial bclorc buying elsewhere. 5 Mipposc. then made unanimous. J. C. Coulter, His speech was received with tremendous mediate of all county Agatha Olt, no; It Kimply wouldn't H. H. McAninch, J. W. Loving, J. P. evidences of approval. Gen. Hardin committees, putting only silver men on bo nwowary to tell him, that's ull. N. Y. World. Wilkinson and F. M. Ellis were appoint made a short speech in answer to calls guard. -- . and after eaying that victory was in the ed delegates to Lexington and George KJ Uulte NuturuL A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, MOllK XE VSXO TEH. Stone endorsed for district delegate. The air declared that as much as he had been Hoax There wns a fellow in court toT. report sent for publication begins as fol- abused he had no ill feelings towards Tho public debt increased 5,1SS,730 day charged with Mealing a horse and T. D. RANEY, Manager. in May and is now 5935,476,400 lees cash leaving his bicycle in place of it, lows: Saturday silver and gold met in anybody. Joax What did they do? Convict Hranch Stores: In the Sth districtfeonvention at Lex- in the treasury. general phalanx, and the shining, glossy him? Senator Cullom introduced a bill for wings of the gold bugs completely envel- ington L. W. Hudson, of Garrard, beat Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg Hoax No: tho lurv worn nil evclern oped the silverites, when they dipt their Judgo Wallace E. Varnon for chairman the erection of a peace monument at Ap Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, nd they recommended that tlwj priv 15' pinions into the ethereal realms of the 43 to 31. 'qR. H. Toralinson, of Garrard, pomattox, Va. oner be sent to on insane asylum. l'hil- Elizabethtown, Frankfort, Ky., At Belfonlaine, 0 , Al Mye'rs fatally adclphia Record. monetary atmosphere, thus unfurling to and G. G. Gilbert", of Shelby, were electand Mauckport, Ind. L "Heaven's willing brepze," the emblaz- ed district delegates and Bush Cook, of shot Dr. Whiteagle, because the letter's Tohniilo utul tti AjHxrtlrt. oned banner of a sound financial policy. Jessamine, and H. K. Hay, of Boyle, al- Wife shot at his dog. Johnnie Chnfiio was In n 1 Villas candy ternates. L. H. Carter, of Anderson, Ammonia was mistaken for "pop" .tore with his mother. She bought Tiib nresident (rave cood and natriotic was made elector and Prof. J. W. Raw- - by two Cincinnati children who drank bomo little figures made of chocolate. "Here, Johnnie,' sho uiid, "uro tho reasons for vetoing the river and harbor Hngs, of Boyle, aseistant Jack Ohinn, enough to kill them. f furnar tr.fl alfiptf.fl nVAr .Tfthn K i of heart three graces for you." thieving republican majorMrs. William Moore died raid, but the "Mother, dear, I'd rather have tho ity in the House passed it over his obje- Ohenault, of Madison, for member of the disease while sitting in her pew in J? apostles. Thero are more of them." ctions by a vote of 230 to 60. The aver- State Central Committee and J. 11. Mor- church at Shelby ville, Ind. Texas Sifter. Lewis age republican is out for the stuO and gan, ofJAnderson, defeated It is now said that the number cf ATNot Srlou. of the same county, for executive persons who perished in the disaster on pleas against paternalism and for greater She Mercy! Tlds ncoount of the patriotism have no effect on the "pork" committeeman. For member of the Kohodtjuskoe plain will reach 3,600. game says that one of the players John 15.; committee on resolutions, Mies Lula Anchors, of Anderson, 1nll hunters. dicl ut first base. When we wrote the above we had not Thompson defeated Col.;W. G. Welch Ind., took corrosive sublimate and died. . He It is only a seen a table of the vote. It shows that R. O. CochranIof Spencer, defeated T. She left a note stating that sho wbb tired .You will find It used in the Mime penae 26 democrats stultified themselves by vo- D. Ohenault, of Madison, for committee of life. Cooking, In the war news from Culwu Brooklyn Thomas L. Barret, president of the Life. ting to override the objections of the on credentials and Ben Lee Hardin, of Heating, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less president, including Owens, Berry and Mercer, beat O. C. Williams, of Rock- Bank of Kentucky, at Louisville, died of Gasoline, than actual cost. Hendricks. May the devil take them. castle, for permanent organization. W. neuralgia of tho heart Tuesday. He was When you root In your overcoat pocket. born iu 1S23. And think you've dlwovcretl n dime. democrats in the B. Smith, of Madison, was elected Nearly a"ll the Tou can bet with unsuranco well founded. Tho number of buildings wrecked without opposition; C. C. Senate voted against the president and It will turn out u button each time. Fox, of Boyle, having withdrawn. With by tho tornado at St. Louis was 10.000. N. Y. World. the bill is now a law. their majority, the free silverites had .The Iops fs estimated at from $l.r,000,000 or i' tiii: i:n()i,imi coast. Gov. Bradley has formally withdrawn everything their own way, but the gold to J2o.000.0C0. from the presidential race, so that his men contested every inch of ground all Deputy United States Marshall Tom For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in party can unite and present a solid front the same. Hollifiold is reported to have been killed j against the free silver sentiment, for whilo making a raid on a moonshine deleFollowing were selected district still in Letcher couuty. the commercial intereeta of the Repub- gates: lic are in as much danger as in 1S61. He First District Ollie James, CrittenArlio Totten, of Portland, Ind., and urges the republicans to meet the mon- den; Gus Thomas', Graves. William Woodruff, of Logansport, Ind , ey issue squarely and send to the counSecond District E. P. Millett, Daviese; played with matches and were burned to While for Men and Hoys we have try a ringing declaration for sound mon- J. F. Dempsey, Hopkins. death in the fire which followed. ey. But will they do it? Hardly. We Third District Ben T. Perkins, Todd; Hoosiers are hard to kill. A Mun-cie- , predict the Ohio platform practically will James M. Richardson, Barren. Ind., man fell and stuck a stick in his Fourth District R. B. Lancaater, Ma- brain. A slight soreness of hia head was be adopted and that the question will le worse straddled than in 1802. There are rion; D. R.iMurray, Breckinridge. the only inconvenience he sutlered. Phelps, W. B. Fifth District-Za- ch too many silver republicans to be igMark M. (Brick) Pomeroy, who at Wc have the Narrowest Toe Made on Century Lasts. Haldeman, Jefferson. nored. one time was a unique figure in the newspaper field, died Monday after a As goes Kentucky bo may go the Union long illness, at his home in Brooklyn. in the democratic convention, but that "Yes, miss; it's bin a wery 'ard winAs a result of a shooting affray at Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. wont give us free silver by a jug full, so Lebanon, Ind., Wallace Riley was in- ter. I dunno what a poor man would of that delet not the ignorant followers stantly killed by Thomas Allen and Al- avo done for 'is livin' if a steamer or lusion lay the flattering unction to their len's son was wounded by a stray bullet. two 'adn't run on to the sands by tins souls that they will get their portion of blessin' of Providence." Sketch. A brother of United States Senator In Order To the "divide," during this century at rocalbly Kzplalu It. Cannon, of Utah, and another Mormon least. A silver president, a silver House 'Tla recorded that the army elder are holding meetings in Hindman, Swore moHt horribly In Plunders. and a silver Senate will have to be electand are creating considerable excite The horseH of the trooer ed before the year of jubilee and free Peradventure had the glanders. ment. mcraey will come. Chicago Tribune. Edward CroBS, living near CamdeD, Without the Least Possible Delay we have decided to sell An Kaijr Itemed?. by knock Ark., killed his mother-in-laThe Kentucky 'Midland knows how to at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, "Oh, dear!" sighed Mrs. Cumso, as ing her brains out with a hoe. He then do the handsome thing and does it niceaTie tossed about in bed, "I'm suffering but also the new- stock, which consists of the latest debeat his wife and siBter savagely and esly. It has issued invitations to the memdreadfully from insomnia." caped . signs and effects in wash goods, silks, dress goods and all bers of the Kentucky Press Association "Go to sleep and you'll be all right," While testing a horse he had bought growled Mr. Cumso as he rolled over to accept the courtesies of tho road to other lines of a carefully selected and closely bought dry for family use, Samuel Lotkel, of Indianand began to snore again. Titbits. and from the annual meeting at Georgegoods stock. Our clothing stock is the best cut and apolis, was kickod to death. A Negro town, June 24. Oar thanks are due Gen. The Ileaaon VTlij-made goods in town and includes some beautiful goods. then tried to drivo the animal and was PttBS. Agent O. D. Bercaw and Receiver Little May Why do they consider fatally kicked. marriage such an important step In George B. Harper for invitation and W. n. IIALDBMAN HsRemcmber everything in the house will go at prime A Kansas man killed his wife by life? Of the Courier-Journpasses for this paper's representatives. one of the only cost until closed entirely. Agatha Becauso it's so hard to tell two Bound money delegates from Ken- striking her over the head with n club. whether at Leavenworth, Kansas, tucky, Zick;i'helpB, of Louisville, being He aftorward jumped into a river, but Topics. it is a step up or down. Town A doctoh struggled(to the shore when he wbh claims to have discovered the gorin that the other. about to be overcome. Sympathy Not Needed. causes old age and invented a system Thero is no use in breaking for furj Sixth District-- N. S. Walton, Boone; Walter Poor Dibbles! They say ho that will destroy it and keep people in The Kentucky Mblting Co. at Louisville got a pair of beautiful black ej'es late perpetual youth. We hope he is mis- J. T. Scott, Grant. Seventh District T. E. Moore, Bour- evidently thinks so, for the report shows ly. I feel sorry for him. people live too long now. taken. Most Tom You needn't. Ho got a very UY that it has liabilities of 25S,03R73 and An invention that would quietly do bon; R. F. Peak, Oldham. , handsome girl with them. Eighth District R. H. Tomlinson, assets of only'.fOO.OOO. away with a large majority before they Mr., Ren Watt, after serving the Skewered Lamb. get as old as they do would bo in the Garrard; George G. Gilbert, Shelby. Hoy My futher was a congressman. Ninth District George R. Vincent, Bowling Green Sunday Journal, hag renature of a public blessing. Hay Well, I'd hold my head up just Lawrt'nce; George W. Bromblett, Nicho- tired from the business management of person Is : Smith is no more. The las. paper to engage in other work, Mr. tho same. No that "Mud Dauber" going to censure yon for your father's strangled him to death for asW. N. Hoover succeeding him. Tenth District-Jo- hn cruel law E Garner, Clark; .faults. To Date. saulting an aged white woman in Fayette George B. Clay, Pike. J.T.iHite was shot and killed at The Considerate Ilrother. Eleventh District Ben Smith, Pulas- Olarksville.Tenn,, by David Halliburnotwithstanding his last words were, "I "Here, Johnnie, what do you mean by And Funeral Director. am innocent before God and man. That's ki; 0. M. Sallee, Adair. ton, whose daughter Hite bad married. taking Tannio's oako away from her?" him 12 minThe convention did nothing worthy of Soon after the marriage Halliburton shot all I have to say." It took Johnnie Chaffle But, ma, didn't you Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, ggy bes' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. utes to die by strangulation, and anoth- note at its Wednesday nicht'a spuiinn and wounded Hite, but a jury acquitted Alwa)-- s tell mo that I must take zny and adjourned till yesterday morning,, him. Court-Hous- e brute went to bU roward. er lecherous sister's part? Texas Sifter. Room opposite Square, Stanford, Jemi-Wef&- ly Interior Jomnal JAGKCHINN ri tf Is Democracy's Boss Here Now. The Louisuiffe Cash Store SIX PAGES- - Blackburn, Hardin, Rhea and Ellis tlicBig Four. o Platform vention Tl?ese Five Iters tZZ,. e. ed U 98c Pair 44c Suit 35c 38c $1.00 m UP-TO-D- ATF n THESE: 4 sup-poit- g g - 4 . .'w n LOUISVILLE STORE. , j i .V!iy..yAy....V.??!i!gV!!!i! -- I Mc-Ke- o, figuratlve-exprcssion- AT YOUR PRICE. ed W. H. hWEAREN & CO. UPPERS and SHOES H. J. McROBERTS. Tan and Black in the "Very Latest Styles. Close Out Our Stock - w JljIljSv al, . W. P. TATE, Stamford. UNDERTAKING Tit-Bite- right-thinkin- g r; c. srcHLaLirr 9 Practical Trimmer,' Embalmer Ky. ! l Semi-Week- ly Intekior Jum&l June 5, 189G MONSTEn WALNUT Worth it Small LOG. 1 to-nig- A tilt) K I IT .- The InrgeHt waluut tree or log in cast-cKentucky, niul, iwrhaps, Jn tho world, still Ilea on tho mountain, side four or five miles from thin plnce nnd W. P. WALTON. In us jot unsold, though thotiMiiidH of the same hind June Wen taken from, Low rates to Wrttliinijtoi), D. 0 , for these partH. Tho tree, indeed, Ih qulta-glttnt nnd la worth n good mi in of Christian lindeavorer. Thtt Chesapeake money, nnd would have marketed nnd Ohio railway will sell routul trip long ngo but for the locution, being far y tickets from all Btatlons in Central uioii the mountain jIdu above the celto Waslilncton, I). 0., at one faro ebrated "yellow rock" cIIITk. almoHtout for round trip on July 1th to 8th, .kooiI of rvnch of anything, fifteen yearn The Ohm-poak- o ngo, Iwforc the worth of walnut lumuntil July 3let if diHired. and Ohio is four hours shorted! ber was known in thin country, lee hunters located route to Washington nnd Ih thu only lino thoughtless swarm of bee far up In LexIriK-to- n u with through train service from inuhfllvo branches, ob- and ventibuled trains Its and vicinity. Two tnincd Nrini.slon from the own-- , each way daily. On return trip trains ir to fell It to the ground. It took arrive at Loxm.ton at name time of ar- g(ol nxmen one wholo day to loosen rival as at Cincinnati vU other limp, u ironi me Kiump. i nc ieen were thus saving a change of trains and thrre found to 1r )ouring from a large limb Hide or branch 100 feet from the ground, the or more hours additional ride he made to O.d Point, Norfolk branch Itself being almost as large as tripi cn any of the tree growing around In the and the BIr Ship Yard at Newport Noun fort'st. Seventy-eigh- t ltounds of choice where the battleship "Kentucky" is now honey waa taken from the limb. Then Write for time tuhlo and msp tho iiMn proceeded to measure tho tree, buildlnK. ofVlrRinia battle fields. Geoue W. nnd from actual measurements found It Barney, D. I. A., Lexington, Ky. to be nine feet in diameter at tho pftice whore it was cut from the stump and exactly 100 feet to the flrotllmb. The bark on thr- - log Ih six Indie thick, and now the only appearance of decay h In the falling otT of tho bark. Rome years ago Philadelphia, capitalist undertook to purchase Uie log, and ottered the owner a fine farm in the. blue grass part of this state for It, but from unknown reasons they did not trade. Now, It Is said that a lumber company WILL CURE from Washington city will soon the log anil will pay a handsome Scrofula, Salt Rheum, sum of money for It. If they should Iloils, I'ustulcs, Sores, I a Eczema, Tetter, buy It ItIt from question hovr they will move It lotig resting iJao and all diseases of the blood and itilxive, that hnponi-trahlledge of yel low marine Cincinnati Eniju'rer. You Well. Ijirgrt rortunaTrne Said to I'.rcr Known. Btanfoiid, Ky m She I haven't anything new to sing to y ou George. He Well, give me something old Ionff rncacrfiirnU DEADLY POISON. It Ifl then. She broke Into a refrain that was "a song of the day" 17 years lxjfore. Ho (at tho close) That's very, very Tlioo XVI10 Are Kitten !y the Vrnomoua ltrptlle heldiiin Itworrr from eld, Clara. She Yes, George; I sang that to you the night we became engaged. Demorest's Magazine. Ita KITccta-Soiiie Contalnod in tho FangB of tho Gila MonBtor. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and prices. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $$ to $i$: Iiiatunueft. JUre Ix-- Ken-tack- painter." "You refer to Jopklns as an amateur Tho Wrong Word. "Yes." "Well, It's n mistake. An amateur Is one who pursues the art for the love of It." "Of course. That's what Jopklns does,.' "No. If he loved art he couldn't possibly trent It as he does." Washington Star. The death of three jKrsons. one a naturalist from Chicago university, in Arizona In the last few weeks from the bite of the Gila monster ha.s re- In Odd Pants we have a oeautiful line at from $2 to $4 newed discussion iu this region conSpecial inducements to Cash Buyers. cerning the terrible venomous nature of the reptile. Without doubt the Gila E. monster of the alkali plains and tlie hot, dry mountain canyons of Arizona nnd the state of Sonora in Mexico Is deadliest venomous creature tho known to the natural history of Amer- Can Not Be Bxoelled. per pair. W. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Not Ko Ilml. Gila monster is a ridiculous misHo was tarred and feather from head to nomer. The reptile is a combination feet, of tho basilisk of India nnd Java tuid Hut growled ho never a word, Tor ho looked at his faathory coat com- - tho common rattlesnake of this counIot try. It has a counterpart iu a reptile And cucklod: "I feel like a bird!" found in the lava ImmIs of the Hawaiian ... A. V. Dullotln. -Iislands, but ls much the deadlier of the Is about 20 inches in length, an oiiskiiva.nt m.yn. two. i:vidi:nti.v ica. The Insurance. all and arm. 'It in girth nbout tho sie of n The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light The best oi boy's and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. Cooke's Sarsaparilla SrMakcs jnir-cha- Indigestion, constipation and dys- TOWN HISTORIES IN DEMAND. pepsia, kidney and liver disease Tim w Colonial Noclrtlf. Looking Up yield to its curative powers and tirnritltiglca. To know what kind of liooks are when cured it most eallml for at tlu Congrehsknal tor Keeps You Well. library would prolwihly Kurprlse M jut cent. of the public county by Sold in Lincoln throughout the I'nittul Stat.) The demand is not for general historical op W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. " sclentlllc works, nor for romances and Penny's Drug Store, dramatic literature, but Just for Minpl. Craig & Hockcr, "town historic." 1'nder this rubne W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. Is comprehended thiie works which F. H. Twidwcll, dcscrllxi tho hlNtorieal eents of the foundation and dcielopment of general J. A. Hammond, Hubble. municipalities. And tho mostiemark-abl- e Tanner Bros., McKinncy. thing iu connection wltJi The conJ. I Alstott. Powers. stantly growing Hpularity of town. Hcazley & Son, Crab Orchard. hUtoritts is tho fact tlmt the demand M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. coniwi chlelly from women. One of tho attaches of tlie CongresYours for Health, sional library recently asserted within, Jamks T. Cookk, the hearing of a reporter that tho Harr,odsburg, Ky. mand for these municipal i.oud-readin- g "THE OLD RELIABLE" THE Cincinnati Weekly Cornniercial Gazette -- I .ONLY 50 Cents a Year Inln 1 htlirrMAI. nH'HI In .t.lrr in irnre hoses, ne subscribes who send T.O (Mm. lfat. June jo 'will recede the WccklrComn.er- ciI Guttu ftom date of lubictipiiou to July ut, p ' , portions. "What peculiar charm does a town history exercise iu modern American womankind?" was asked of the librarian. cinnati Enquirer. "For some tlmo I was puzzled about Ilnlliirlnittlnn. It myself." said the librarian, "but It Tho Old Woman What was the matIs no longer a secret. The erae of moot women to join tho Daughter of tho. ter with you, John, when you repeatedAmerican devolution and tho Colonial ly hugged me In your sleep? You mtibt Dames Is responsible for IU If you havo been dreaming! Tho Old Man Nonscnsci I never have any female relative who might have a suspicion that they camoof his- dreamed of doing that I. Texas Sitttoric stock. Jiist tell them wliat a great. ings. army of their fnir sisters are doing, Tim l'owrr of the Human V.)r. get the earliest history of the town Illazey I was coming down town In In which their ancestors lived, find a car this morning, and the conductor some family name there, and make out came iilong and looked ut me as if 1 n prima facie ease of their eligibility hadn't paid my fare. 10 ,m'm,M,rh'"lj in the Daughters or Ulzley What did you do? Dames, by tracing a connection with Ulazley 1 looked at him as if I had. tho same name on tho roster of the. Itoxbury Gazette. rexolutlonnry army. That Is being ThK Othrr hlilr. done, continually, nnd accounts for the d Mamma (to cherub) Algy, jHipuIarlty of the old town histories." loe, you must not eat mi much cake Uashlngton l'ost jiist at bedtime; you will not be able to sleep on a full stomach. "JOHNNY ON THE SPOT.' Hlue-KyCherub Hut I do not A Sryr blue-eye- was assuming enormous records pro- Klicgendu Ulaettcr. Itartl ou l'oor Dirk. Alice What arc you looking up in the obituary columns no eagerly? IkftS Dick proic.ed to me over a week Hgo, and I told him to ask pa. Alice And did he? Hess That's what I'm trying to find out, ns ho hasn't shown up.dnco. X. Y. World. A lta.)iialili hnppo.lt Inn, "If txople go to tins opera to show their clothe " lie began. "Yes?" nhu said, Inquiringly. "If ioplo go to the opcm to show their clotluw," ho repeuted, "I nhould think wme of them would wear more of them than they do." Chicago Evening l'ost. Thn luiniortal (I.arcri. Vallace Don't you luppce George Washington told any lies, cten after ho was maiTieil? l'erry Of course not. "Of course not?" "Ho knew it would be no use. He married a widow, you know." Cin- He Whew! I got tho wrong rnd of the cigar iu my mouth She Oh, that's too bad Hut it's n good thing you noticed it at once. I I While Mr. Vail was engaged In superof his cattle in the Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. vising a round-u- p Call and see Gila river region qf Arizona in 1S90 he took luncheon one day in a chaiaral. He went to resaddlc his liorse, after the meal, and, while picking up a saddle cloth from tho hot earth, his hand was bitten by a Gila monster that had crawled there a moment before. Of And Most Durable Stove Made. courc Mr. VaU knew Instantly that ho was probably a doomed man. nis ranchmen came to his aid lit once. Tho reptile was killed and the jaws were cut away from Mr. Vnil's hand. Quicker than it takes to pen thee words the man's arm was bound tight at the elbow to check the flow of blood, the wound was cut open nnd strong ammonia was poured In, while veiy copious draughts of whisky were joured s-T- HE down Mr. Vnil's throat. He was put on 0 horse, and, accompanied by his cowboys, rode like mod for 13 miles to the Is Receiving his home of n physician in Tucson. Several brief stops were made to force more liquor down Mr. Vail's throat and to pour ammonia on the wound in the hand. Tor three weeks Mr. Vail lay almost between life and death at tha Goods; all Warranted .and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. home of a physician In Tucson. were sumindhed for consulta tion from I'hoenix and even from Lou FULL LINE OF Angeles. Everything that money could buy or science suggest was done for tho patient. He had a strong, vigorous constitution, nnd in the course of a few mouths he was as well as ever. no. is still in the cattle business in the territory. Everyone In the southwest has heard of the wonderful iceoverr of Walter Vail from tho lute of a Gilo Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot monster. of Buckboard. Several years ago a Chinese laundry-ma- n was poking his fingers tlirougn Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Cultitho wires of a little cage that imprisoned a 011a monster in a saloon ft vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows Tempo, Ariz. The celestial thought the before you buy. d Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit reptile asleep, but when he had forced the Times. Call and See us. his linger too far in the cage the slug-gis- the few authentic cases of recovery from the bite of n Gila monster is that of Walter H. Vail of I'hoenix. Ariz., who is one of the lcst known and wealthiest cattlemen in the territory. One of THERE IS NO DANGER. The Safest, Simplest! HIGGINS & McKINNEY. H. G. RUPLEY, MER6BANT TAILOR SPBXITO ANDSUMMBB Thy-sicia- Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons Car-Loa- h rilTtf Av' "'"' " Suddenly II conic Popular. ed ,8.;7 . I 11 r. me oiuesi. lamny newjpiper iiuno. ll.-.- l -, ncii paste ol eUht eolumni each, co moat Important ncwiotthu wlia the world and iut what the Uiniiy fitoaldo n.oit en-- . joyt Addteis COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., ruchredertdUuuceol I tha eight nactlr filled I'ubllihed every II 11 Tuodjr morning m time to 300 mile, on dty ol ... 1,- Cincinnati, O i rffififiiaBfiad-ifi:- a &tfhcia3in3l:it THE CINCINNATI DAILY AND SUNDAY VLMiinw In Conoral Vi'Utico, News, CJoooiv. x GMtortat litattcv JtUocrltunu, JHitvhct ilepovto. ailitotvatloito, It Leads Them AH. For alo at all ntwi itandi and dolivcred by carrier at 30 cents per week 7 days. 85 per month Ily mail, including Sunday Ily Tiall, oraitliUK Sunday 75 per month Saturday, daily - 1 75 per year a 00 per year. Sunday COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., Cincinnati, O. MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY, WORMS vermifuge: 20 WHITE'S CREAM YEARS FOR Has lod all WORM Remedlos. R1CI1BDS0S HDICIXK CO., BT. I EVERY f . T I0TTLE GUARANTEED. IOU BY ALL DKVOQUTI. r rrur4 tOnt. Tli'il .... a n tHifhnO stntiotlilA .... tf c . ....... obscrvatlon of mine, don't you think? osis aftcr 123 dava. those of &tsiaua' Lady Why, certainly. Didn't you were verv violent after 234 dnv. bnt notice the look of surprise on my face? disappeared after 361 days, while the Y. Sun. Daa Neue Wiener Tagblatt. anthrax bacilli continued in force to the end of the year of investigation The ears of tho horse, cow, deer, A boU Mark. sheep and several other animals do not. In none of these diseases, save that of' Though death may love a shining mark, As we have heard full oft. anthrax, did the germi find their wnjrj necessarily move In unison. Ono can. Toung Cupid much prefers the kind vo ine urrounaug water. be directed backward nnd the othor! ti, 1 J We designate aa soft. ' forward at the some time. Loiter. Detroit JJewa Hfnaltun MUnU I ailditlous to contemporary their way into popularity by odd means. An oxptession onco niodo nml ofu, n1wl1od ffuts Jhially a bort ,.... , ... tlT 1'fUtl.A AUrutln II. If l! 11 ib e ill.-- pxruuuar. (,m" Tlu. grammatical cenrais of .......j . . " the siKit cannot be traced verv-clearly, but tho phrase certainly origin ated from the longer and lesso.xpressho one, "Johnny Ls always on tho Fpot. when wanU-d.A "Johnny on tho upot" Li u nuui or youth who may be relied upon to be at a certulu atated place xvhen wanted, and on whose appearance confident expectation may be based. It Is not sufllclent that an alert and trustworthy to Im) thought dtervlng of tho name "Johnny on tho spot," should restrict hU beneficent activity to tho matter of being ut a certain place when needed. IJo must, In addition, render Mich service and attend to such business when there ius tho occasion may require, and such n, "Johnny" must be le on tho spot not merely to attend to tho business of others, but also to look nftcr hlB own. Hence an Individual wlio is prompt nnd farseelng, alive to lila own iuterest, and keenly benslble of means for promoting his own advantage, is a "Johnny on tho spot." The expression is, to some extent, u variation or rather a continuation of that other phroso "he gets there." , Tho expression, "Johnny on tho spot," lias come into popularity very suddenly, nnd It will probably go out of popularity after somo pretty hard usage In pnragraphers' col urns, variety theaters, campaign speeches and cheap plays, in an equally unconventional way, but until a successor is found it is likely to bo in pretty general use hercabouta.-- N. "livng Hnd " indl-vldtui- l, Try one for 30 Days and if you Light of the Diamond. expert in gems has lately called don't like it don't take it attention to a property In the diamond which has not hitherto been fully apof preciated. Iu n paper by Ilobert lloyle, published in the transactions of the Koyal Society, mention is mode of a diamond that became phosphorescent simply by the heat of the hand, ab- Try one and you will never use Mathematical Conrlnalon. Aunt Dorothy How many command- sorbed light on being held near a canany other kind. dle and emitted light on being briskly ments are there, Johnny? rubbed. The .observation of Mr. Johnny (glibly) Ten. Aunt Dorothy And now, suppose Kunz, tho gem expert, confirm Boyle's statement that diamonds become phosyou were to break one of them? phorescent in the dark after exposure Johnny (tentatively) Thon there'd to the aunllght or electric light, but be nine. they also show that all diamonds emit This ls tho bot market and oars Is tho best botuo to ship to. Wo tnako liberal adlight on being rubbed on wool, cloth or No XYonder. vance oa consignments. Besides wo havo bettor facilities than other houses In having Maud Mr. Hashfulle, I'm told, ex- metal. This property is an important many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot cash; not la trade No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and farm produce direct to to pired Just as ho wus trying to propose one, as it will enable the )HBRNDON-CARTE- R to Miss Oldglrl. What do you suppose distinguish between the truo diamond CO. and other hard stone, as well as paste, 110 Third Street, or 813 to 310 MnrroU Court, r LOUISVILT.E, KY. nllcd him? Bella, Heart failure, 1 guess. To none of which exhibits this phenomenon. This property is evidently not Date. , THE electric, as is clearly shown by ita being Intuit Added to Injury. f visible when the gem is rubbed on Miss Rosebud Did you propose to metal. London young Dashlelgh last night? An sleep on my stomach, mamma. 1 always Ho on my back. Texas Siftings. Her Dear I'rlcnila. Maud Miss Millsap is so very plain! Hut she sings well. Irene Poor girl! She never can understand why it Is thnt when young Mr. l'edtinele conies to see her he turns down the light and then asks her to sing. Chicago Tribune. wink. The Chlnamnn wrenched his finger looe, making n severe wound clear to the bone. He refused whisky or any help from a physician, and took a powerful dose of opium in order to relievo the pain. Of course, everybody i.i Tempe expected the heathen to die, nnd when he lived until the next day It was the biggest kind of 'surprise. The Chinaman's friends gave him opium hourly for several days. The poor fellow suffered, iu spite of the powerful drug, unspeakable agony, but he recovered. He was practically a physical wreck for nearly a year after the Gila monster poison went into his system, nnd was only able to sit or lie about his wash house, ire said his backbone was paralyzed. X. Y. Sun. monster hit him quicker than a KirRED My Breeder THK BLUK GilASS HKKD K HOGS. tel were selected .'ram trie bout herdt of this (amous breed of sine in severs.! different States A splendid lot ol piga of diflerent a;es llred sows a specialty. Satisfaction lor sale, iruaranieed. Coirespondence solicited. Address R. H. KKONAUGH, THE Crab Orchard, Ky. Popular Washer. Greatest Washer the Age. FARRIS & HARDIN. WOOL. Tit-Hit- s. JWOOL. non-expe- rt Tit-Bit- s. Miss Ycllowieaf Yes. Mbw Hosebud What did he say? Spread of Disease. Miss Ycllowieaf The brute! He said he would be a son to me. Town Topics. ills nxciusiTeneai. "You don't read uo els as much as to, Mr. Beverly." "No, tliei e m e so few women in fiction nowadays that are fit to associate with." ueen. Chicago Hecord. u J 1 In view of tho fact that there has been a rrent ilfnt nf nfltnt!rn rn li 8ubject of spreading disease ' the following statement from nn em- "inent physician, will be found interest-use- d 'ng1: "Carcasses of animals infected 'with different diseases 'were buried aa nearly as liumnn bodies would have' l, by.-buria- Queen SiQrescent ROUTE aJs'K? CrueL, I longer be found in tho remains after 23 days; those of typhoid fever dlsap- peared after 90 days; those of tubercu- - main or cholera could no reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati with every accommodation to patrons. ' Free Parlor Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Farlor and Observa-- , lion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and sflBi Chattanooga. "W. O. Blnearson, Chas.W. Zell, Q.P.A..Cincintti,0. Mv. Pomfr Agt., Cincinnati-- 0. jg23i'' 1 KxpmrapeeraB icr 7 - 'ti'hffrih i foiWiKiaYir rVT:- - rMujm i 5 kt -w,- ttn,fr-fcmtXiilSS, &E3J3Z1. Mrmimrrc.Kgacac::3. : J- - J y lirfi.ka, fcg.Wiera-aw- , Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknm. MISS POPE'S PREDICTION. Y bee, leaving Stanford, Kt., "What do you u'posc Luvlny Gordon's poln to do now?" was Miss Pope's gtcd E. C. Walton, Business Manager. morning greeting, as sho suddenly lug-roo- June 5, 1800 sakaii n. scAitnoRouan. np-twu- ral i t it ft II hit was known that the condition of women ltibor in the Austrian capital was wretched enough, but 1 question if the lest informed ever credited time so appallingly low depth of misery ,'iad been reached us that revealed in an report of a eoniuiiwtloner ol inquiry Just published. The Investigations have been held during the past three weeks hi the hull of the Austrian "She nln'tl" exclaimed Mkw Myers. chamber of commerce here; but th; efforts of the commissioners lme .een "Yes, sho Ls. I've justgotthe letter." deprived of nearly all their value b the "What won't that girl do next? First suppression of the names and add res': she up and had a lot of contrarybands g emin the report of t he here, and eomc of 'em wcro contrary ployers. The trades hiqtiiretLj.utov'ero enough, too; then sho turned your old It bookbinding, lithographic printing tuid farm Into a playground for a whole lot lengthens the pasteboard making. Wages, declared of city poor children, and last year sho rest of the tired wo the labor exports examined, hav; a had the crookedest lot of sewing-girlgradual tendency to decrease. In the man, the leisure of the to follow. 1 rom some 'sweating factory,' she called "You aren't going to let him lend you bookbinding trudc tho skilled female It and they were crooked, and looked busy woman and the purse as if they'd been sweated till Uiey wero into an ambush and sealp you, too, hand, after six years' experience, of the saving woman. It's 0 shillings S pence to 7 sldlllngs Luviny Gordon?" screamed Miss Myers oakcd and thin as shadows; and now as cheap as it is good. what are you going to do about it, to Luviny, who was hurrying after the 2 pence weekly. The normal hours of Bold everywhere. Made only by boy; but, getting no teply. she aliantly labor are ten didly. New hands are L'rilly ropo?" seized the hoe and hurried after her, chiefly girls from 12 to 14 years old, N. K. FAIRBANK "Why, just what I always do, I o'poeo," THE she resignedly answered. "I could tee, the others following in affright in her who go from factory to factory seeking COMPANY, employment. In a certain factory a (somo sense In the other doings before w akc. St. Louts. child works ten hours daily. "What has hapioned?" cried Luviny, she got through, but there ain't a grain as sho reached tho spring well in the Wages of new hands averngo from 2 in this. Injuns!" she continued, with ponce ppirlt. "What can a body do with sav- back field where Jake and Edwnrd and shillings 0 pence to 3 shillings 4 5 shilJohn wero lifting a 'body clothed In weekly; after one year's service ages? If I ever felt liko putting my lings weekly are paid. Many receive .Miss Pope's unmistakable black bilk. !f oot down, it's right now." I slkould think you could see for better wages than tills. For several"Why doie'tyou, then?" "ThereSj no timo!" she groaned. "LuV 'yourself!" came In testy tones from the ' months in summer, during the dead sea-7 Bra workman of enn u'nmtunf fiTurtlnin(ki1nm fmm . 'lit.l.. ...I.(n1. t.ll.. .,,. - ULSa viny never gives a body time to put "uuji vun-'j- i nivKju uyiui creci m ifi KhilMngri weekly to 0 shillings 4 pence YEARS their foot down. They're coming to- Topo herself wns 6et upon her feet and nnd 4 shillings 2 pence. If these girl 14 night; and tills isn't tho last of it. stood glaring at the crowd about her. "Of course wo can, aud you aren't workers have jmrents who enn idlow Mark my words: if Luriny Gordon, Odorless Water Closets, Frost- brings them redskinB hero, you'll ail bo dead yet!" cried Miss Myers. "Why them during this joriod a little mone-- , is rarely the case mightily shocked before fall. I shall don't you tie 'em up?" she exclaimed to tary aid which naively proof Water Pipes, Porremarks there- -' their condition, Jake. certainly be 6calped; and" ho lowcelain Bath Tubs "No, I aln'tdend," snapped Miss Pope, port, is somewhat lettered. Tho exher voice "vvlien that happen, ered a miracle I ain't nothing perts bitterly complain of the fines and A specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO M'lissy, remember I've always paid "but it's reductions from wages. In the largo f eatlier-be- d loss!" you're to have that spare-roo- m NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out "1 6hould say!" Miss Myera returned, factories, if a female hand chats when ol the State. Ailc your Danvllls for nursing me vv ith tho fever." "And at work with (mother she is fined 4 friends about my work. "And it made my hair stand up to sit staring at her In amazement. your scalp gone, too!" she faint! v said. pence, or, when discovered putting a and hear her predict" that so calmly," "Wliat!" Miss Pope's hand went to piece of bread Into her mouth, or arT. F. CLARKE, said Miss Myers, as sho related this her lioad. "Gracious! What did riving a minute after time, tho fine Clement Home Building, Darjvi'le, Ky conversation to subsequentcallerB, "for " amounts to 10 pence. In one estnbllsh-- 1 jMisa Tope's predictions aro sure's can they ment the female hands tin' souictiukCH, "I no tako it!" be. I never did envy her for only two ' is n punishment, kept at work an extra n Joo reached out to her a mass of things knowing tilings ahead 60, and liair, and gazed in awe oa she half hour, just as children ut school. No, that pretty hul of hair she's got. And is then Inuuothrr that feather bed does make three," site, caught It and clapped it upon her head. extra pay mistake allowed made in the had "Well, you know it now, if you didn't factory a WHEREAS, The merchants and ether business added, reflectively. "I don't hopo men of Stanford have adopted the CASH SYShappen, .but It wouldn't bo before!" cho raid, sharply, aa she de- binding of u certain look. Tho TEM, we, the phjsiciant of this community ask strange if I had that bed before fall. fiantly faced her astonished neighbors. wretched woman had to jwiy for tho and demand that our bills, in the future, shall be wlwde edition at trade prices! What "It's a false front!" pr'd every tblrtv dart In cash, its equivalent or 3njuns aro so txeach'rous!" of the fines the fomnle workers "Land of the living! And it ain't a note, negotiable and payable In bank, with legal Luviny arrived that night with her your interest, and due when services are rendered. scalp!" Miss Myers dropped tho have no idea. A socialist artisan at tho Persons no owing us for past professional servichargs-three Indian boys ranging hoe, with moro disappointment ces must come forward and settle at an early date in her factory had once the hardihood to deTheie is a business as well as prelessional side to from 14 to 1C years of age. Their ap- tones than she was awaro of. mand a look at the "fines liook." He the practice of medicine and surgery which we pearance was a surpriFo to the North "No 'tain't! Scalps don't come off was at once dismissed. are determineu to observe in tho 'utnre. 1'artou people who had gathered to with your I. G, CARPENTER, I.F.PEYTON. " Great cnKation was 6. W. BRONAUGH, STEELE BAILEY, meet them at the llttk sUttion. It was Turning tobonnot .Miss Pope retorted. the commissioners whenexierioneed by the conditions Jake, she cried out: "If you L B. COOK. W. B. O'BANNON, more It was a disappointment as well. 34 im don't haw that old trap of a well fixed of living were inquired into. One t Mav 18, 1806. "It certainly isn't treating ua squaro-ly!- " before night, I'll give you your walksaid that, as a rule, out of 0 shilgrumbled old Mr. Brooks, as Lu ing papers lings 8 jk'jioc weekly wage 1 shilling 8 viny, with a pleasant nod to all, briskly Mlsa jence was paid for lodging: the reThe mattnr was explained. looked after the baggage, and led tho ' Popo had undertaken to crows to her mainder went on food and clothing. Tike stolid-faceyouths to the wagon neighbor's by tho well-lotrio of an in- hands each bring n small fink of where tho hired man awaited them. cautious ?tep upon nn old and hod coffeiv which Is very frequently not Kentucky. board "No procession, nor no paint nor feath- let her down into its depths. Lucidly and this, with a small piece of work In every par'icu-lar- . Guarantees ers. Looks 's if Luviny intended tode-- 1 Ehe fell only a txirtlon'of the distance, blnck bread, constitutes the daily meal. Prices reasonable. Has had 13 years' celve us." 9' 3m whero she was caught across some Some can aford to buy at midday 3 "Luviny'd ought to know North Par- - boards which had previously fallen in. farthings' worth of boiled sour cabbage, ' ARKGOING., .IF YOU ton folks better," said Miss Myers. Her screams liad failed to roach her or a pennyworth of liorse sausage, in "We didnt aim to be dead set against busy neighbors' ears, but the boys, re- addition. For snpjier, nlso coffee and R the savages, but bringing 'em hero dls- - turning to tho house, had heard hex, bread. On Sunday they enjoy jtflto TiiB...... guLsed like civilized beings nint tlie and Edward's strong arms held Iter up soup. Some times a few can afford tlie thing. Its imposition and looks to mc while John hurried after Jake, and Joe luxury of a horsellesh steak costing 3 like treachery, and Mlsa Pope's got rushed for Luviny with tho strange ob- pence, but on Monday they are usually grounds for her prediction." ject in his hand for which ho could not ill, because "the stomach is not accus It was too bad; but Luviny did not ' account until Iks saw its ready adapt- tomed to digest fat and llenh." know that the people wero disappoint- - ability. The workshotwareoften underground. ed as she saw her charges safely in tho "Ami so tho Injuns aren't gone yet, "Damp, and dark" is tho 4 Naihvillc R. H. Louiavuic wagon, anu nouuca Jake says?" Miss Myers remarked in- condition of many. In one, where gas again to thoso watching her. quiringly, as she dropped into Miss is burned all day long, the workers hnvc la ths line for you, as its MIsh Pope received them with solemn Pope's a few days later. to shade their eyes when they come inresignation, and tliat night sho heard "No, and they ain't going," Mi6S Pope to daylight again. In one room where Luviny'a plans concerning them with replied. BO work there is only one basin to wash Mekejclose connections at the same subdued spirit, only sighing You know the hands in, and one towel, which la "Well, I am surprised! LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI as she whispered: what you said," sho ventured to ob- changed once weekly. As a rule, womFor all points. "Well, I hope you'll live to carry out serve. en in these factories dry their hands THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. theee plans. If you'ro Bet out. As for "Well, yes; and you know they say with paper cr shavings. A case was reUAUUAUK UHCUKliu inRUUur me, I know I havent got long to stay truth's to be found at the bottom of a ported where the workers had them(Tor any information esquire of JOES. RICE. Agent, here, but I must say I hain't ever well, but I didnt have to go "s far down selves to purohaae brushes and rags and Stanford, Ky thought that when. I want, it'd be by aa that for it. I don't forget that those clean the factory floor during the dintcalpingl" boys saved my life, and Luvinys right ner hour. In another factory the room "Why, Aunt Pope, what do you Injuns con bo civilizedl" was only cleaned out once every year. "But, Miss Pope, you said" mean?" exclaimed Luvtny. One workshop floor was so full of holes Only Duect Line Between "Luviny, youv nwer been 00 Injun, "Yes, I know, and It's all come out that walking about was almost imposeven if you hare lived a whoio year so, hasot it? I sold you'd bo mightily sible; another was previously used as Shorte stand quickest between among "em. A leopard cuat change hia hocked before fall, and you will be if barracks, and water was continually Frankfort, Georgetown and Parle, spota, and it'a Injun nature to acaip you ain't, for tho boys ore going to have oozing from Its old walls, and in winter Carlisle, Maysville, Oynthlana, whea there's anything to Bcolp, and It's a home hero till they get through it was full of smoke. In such dens Falmouth and Oovlngrton. borne La on me that minell go before school; and I said you'd find me scalped, women toil ten hours daily; In the Ask for ticktu via Kentucky Midland. Trains falL But it's right to protect yourself, and you did, didn't you? busy neason sometimes from seven in run by Central Standard Time. Time Table April 19, 1896. "And I could nt say another word the morning until midnight. On Bon and Tve got double locks on the doom, and the Injuns must-slee- p In the wood about her predicting," Miss Myers in-- j days, notwithstanding the laws to the No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS KAST. a. m. p. ta. p. m. house chamber." formed her hearers, as she spread the cuuuaiy, wurii m oiicn conunuea uu 6 55 00 4 05 Lve Frankfort A Bo they slept there, while Luvtny news through North Parton. "And I one In the afternoon without further ..... 708 418 t ao ' Klkbora 1 48 " Stamping liround 7 17 437 cheerily laughed at her auntto ftars, don't envy her a mite now especially pay. Naturally under such frightful S " Georgetown-.!)- ... 4 55 7 45 Youth's conditions general health Buffers. Bareand kept the boya busy about tho ,as I've got the feather-bed.Arr. C S. Depot 7 S i 4 0 ly Is a female worker oner 20 years of " Pari ..C...... 8 30 3 35 form until Joke, the hired man, losthia Companion. . age. of their number are TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. qualnwcopccrnlng-.themAa Actk Baby. p. m. a. in. p. ra. a. m. attacked with consumption. Even the redskins are proper nloo boys," The Lvtj Parts C - 9 50 S 51 4 35 dlnjr brings little rest to their M C. 8. Depot he observed at the.hop one day, "only 6 33 10 as place or o most 6 40 ened systems. In many actorf " Georgetown 3 10 40 6 36 3 45 seem ail they'd ought to have In hm plooe. But a baby was born it m stamp'g Gro'd 6 34 10 58 7 ; 1 names, instead of being 3oe and Ed- long ago on Herschel island. there not thoee ,ar ft ' Hlkborn. ........ 11 16 7 11 7 55 Thlswo 8 15 ward and 1Ud to han iheiTacala to Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 7 15 John.' But Mtee Pope, Bile's Dearer to the north polo than any baby orkshops, but muat in all weathers so net against 'em that Luviny'a going SUNDAY TRAINS. knock ahou the neighboring streets or to see about sending 'cm to the school , Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort . B'v". where they were going to bo sent In but not so Ww. to .this, oiid besides, seek shelter in a people's cafe, where 1 1130 a.m. , 'w north Frankfort 4 25 p. m. arrive Georgetown thefall., Leave denuin(kL ooffw Klafifl this was a white baby. Ilerschei is All tho experts examined, with ono cot 1 13 p. m. I'vo noticed land is off the north coast of Alaska, "And I dont wonder. Tke Kentucky Midland Railway and coanec- tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all L'rilly'B hair 'a getting grayer In front, ception, complained bitterly of the 1,500 miles farther north than Sitka. points bouuj, Kast, rsortn ana west. and I guess Luvlny's kind o' shaky of There are a fow white peoplo on the is- coarse treatment tlvo female hands exFor further information apply to their agents. .j C. D. BEKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. perience from the male overseers. Inland, families of tho whalers who cruise Oaths nnd rough puslics arc generah It GKO. B. HARPER, Rec'r & Gen. Sup 'em herself. Talk about civilizing juns and sending "era to school Bet- in theso waters. There was great Frankfort Kv is very Indeed, if the kind efter aend em to iIalifaxl"MlaaMycrs over the arrival of tho little forts of doubtful. theso commissioners of inquiry contemptuously ended. stranger, and the wives of tho four The day before Luviny had set to toko whaling captains who were there, wero will have any good effect. The interin the boys away, Bhe said to Joke; ready to almost idolize her; an Episco- ests of capital aro Vienna, and, though there aro inspect"They'll hove to go, and you may aa pal minister was In tho camp at tho BUCK EYE well tako us to the station in the time, having been sent there as a mis- ors of factories, their duties ore very Pall Mull Gazette. morning." sionary. With all tho ceremony posho re- sible in such a place, the little girl wan "Can't, anyway, Cnrloaltle of Grafting. plied decidedly. That hay's got' to christened Helen Ilerschei Sherman, The olive has been grafted on a come in before It gets a soaking. Jt'B ier father being Copt. Sherman. Tho (CURES NOTHING BUT PILES' juniper apples on plums, a roso on an the sewing-be- e at Mlas Myera', baby came at the season of tho year too, and Miss Pope Isn't going to which has continuous daylight, and orange, peaches on myrtles, nnd mulA SURK nd CERTAIN CURE lose her scalp in that time, especially if Beemedrery mucn pieoseoHri tmen a , berries and red and white grapes with bnnwn far IB vear as the hcfl ond rfcoU Qn (he Baiio 6tMn she's with the women." PILES. sTunnyworid. Bhe may be lost In wonder L I BEST REMEDY bu,fl Dre d,.tlncL thQ ate ' A1ma So the departure was deferred one WMauw 1 ioa B1 WU"MU,U furnishes nutriment for all. Chlcaro 4BX.B T AT.I BBVUOIITI. sowing to Lcviny n pushed forward a chair as she wiid this, in her usual comprehensive way. to keep up "It'd take a stonm-injuwith Luvlny's doings," she added, ay Mlsa PojKi drox)ped into the seat with a mournful sliake of hex pretty front curls. "Well, if Injuns can keep up with her, she'll get kept up with, for shcM coming Jiomo with a tribe on 'cm, only they're live ones." groy-"bro- in Miss Myers eIU "Don't laiovv." Tho brisk tnllorcsa enipped oil a thrend with her teeth and s her aunt to finish tho bolting before she came. "That wopple-sidc- d Joe's up in tho woods, and tho other two 'ro with Jake, so I ain't afraid but 111 get ovor to Miss Myers' when tho bread gets, out," she had said, in urg-nLuviny not to wait for her. Tlmo passed rapidly, and tho afternoon was wearing away, but still Miss Pope had not made her appearance at tho sewlng-bc"Luviny, aro the Injuns there yet?" some one questioned suggestively. "Oh, yes; but really, it is too absurd to fear those boys. Aunt's baking has kept lver." "Luviny Gordon!" Miss Myers rushed in wild and breathless, "L'rilly said x), and it's come she's scalped!" "What!" shrieked the chorus. "I tow it myself That wopple-leggcJoe's waving it out there, and just dancing a war-ji- g with his jlbbcriwh! We'll all come next!" Luviny turned slightly pale, and rushed out of the back door. There was Joo, gesticulating excitedly while n ho waved a handful of hair that all instantly recognized. At sight of Luviny ho dashed off, beckoning her Spot-on-the-Fac- o c. WOKSE THAN SLAVES. Womon Who Toll In tho Shops of Austria. Mlsr-mlil- e Swiat Lives The Terrtliln Condition They Work Their Inhumnnlty Out fndcr WUch ot tho Couiuilsulniiors. If It requited an annus outlay of J 100.00 to Insure a familr against any serious consequences from n attack of boael complaint during the thoe aiemtny who woulil fret it their duty to pay it, tnat thev rould not atford ti risk their I will from now nn deliver tho Stanford Factory s lives and those of their family for such an amount. Ice regularly every morning. Price Any one can (ft this insurance for M cents, that of a hettle nl Chamberlain's Colic, ir the price Ovor 40c 100. ( hclera and Diarrhoea Remedy In almost ev 100 try neighborhood some one has died frcto an at-- t Any amonnt between loandioo lbs. at lido. bowel complaint before medic n could b9 ick of Due or two .vu Mils must positively be paid tho firt of each irocured or a ph)slciau summoDct E 11KK.MER. ("oses of thi remedy will cure an ordinary cave m nth. It necr fails Can )OU afford tu take the risk lor small an amount st for sale by Cm; A lloeker, Htantord Ky. rr ICU Pounds and per It al Mr Jamis Perdue, an old soldier, residing at Monroe, Mich , was scriely afflicted with liu rrccned protniit te! ef from pain by Il s)s: "At nsltif Chamtietlalii'a Pain Halm. Hm. my ba.k wuM ache M badly that I could If I luii not Kfllteli relief, I bar 'iy ! up woul noi r here to rue thoe lew hues Cham I eilt'i.'s Fik.n 8uu h Jone me a s'teat deal u( lood aid I ftolvit) thankful Icr I " ttr tale by Crai; ,V Ilmker, Slaakrd, Ky. then-inatMi- THE RILEY HOUSE F. II. HIL,BY, Proprietor, - Kentucky. London. I have moved to my new Hotel and am belles to accommodate ths public viood l.lvcry attachrnl aud every convenience dt a call. died (Jive ma repartd than ever 71 'I . m m . FRANK UILKY, J d Motheis will firiil Cluiniicilain's Cough Kerne, dy epialiy valual le far omip aud whuupms puiti It will rive prompt trliel, and is fife anil sold it for several years, aud I .nt. VVc II hi Lever failed to (iu the most perfect sails, taction. 11. W. Ktchardi, Dui'itine, I'a. Kor sale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, Ky. : hr DR, W. B. PEITlTSr. labor-sweatin- gray-brow- es The Ih n that people see are tnshle of them No people see the same and liOi ouniilf t hi 111: exactly alike. One woman may leok out at a Beautiful Undcape aud see all the beauty and rcstliiliicss and strandnes that iheip Is in it. An other ono will look out at the same sreec and see i.olhing Ihc man who Is peitcctly well anil vlg. I)r 1'iei.c s Ciol.lco or.u enjn,slifc to the 1ul' There Mulicnl Discoveiy inaVca people well alout it 't Is the must nt't injthing illmiraculous It simply puis tha the wiild natural thing digestive rrans, the stnraach, Ihc liver, the bow-tlm pctlect order and thereby males the blood pure and rich All dltravs lae aed ttimr on btod Keep a stream of put, rich, red ol.od llu ing into a diseased spot, at,d the disease will unt stay. A man lives in iuh, putt blood, and ill. ease dies on It I)r Ticiie's Ooldrti V(.ical Discovery makes pure, ikh blnod SmJ si cents In one cent stamp to World's I) spensarv Mwhcal Association, Iluf. Islo, N. Y, and receive Ir I'lerce's loci page Msdual Adviser,'' profusely il- "t o mon ustraled to Dentist, Portland. : .Stanford, : ICy, Street, at Residence. Office on Lancaster San Francisco. ....To the s, re Via ihe . ..,. VNiij Superior Plumbing! m The "Stricken" hllvrr IMilUr. EXPERIENCE ..! 1 1 -- ," j I ," -.- -j ! Albany that the act of 1878 h ul "utricken of tho money of final down" liaymcnt in this country. Dotw anyUxly know of any kind of dollar of United Stnte.4 money that han't thfv purchasing piwer of 100 cents? Mr. Crisp means that silver money has been "ntnckcn down." Has anybody tried to pay .1 debt with silver dollars or silver certificates and failed? If silver dollars wtro "ritricki'ii down," "demonetized," and all of those other terrible thlim'", what it the govertuueut'ri pnent silver circulation based upon? What are silver rtdirmablo in J Saviunmh News. Mr. audii-ncott- t one-hal- f dul-la- rt Crip told his Only Dining Car Route From i;oxjzsirx.raS Flegtnl Pullman Vestlbuled SIrrrers of Modern Pattern, TO;CHXCAGO. ritANK J. For maps or any information, address RK1D.) f K H. IIACON J or 4 G P Agett, D. P. A , ) Chicago. ( Louisville He sure In call for Monon Route. Denver. St Paul. Doctors Adopt the 30 Day Plan. gray-brow- in-c- any-thing- 'll s I e.x-e- rt 7. A. AYEES, First-Clas- I Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, s expe-ienc- d t, e. NORTH WEST, g oo a. m. i.ve. (.mcionati 9 13 P. ra. . . . Arr. Toledo m. Conkling, Kill. 4, lb02. j jj p. m. 4 15 a. w. J Arr. Detroit 5 43 Pit a. . coachr and narlor cars on dav it. Ins. Throucb liucklln's Arnica Halve Through coaches, Wagner Mecplng Cars Cincin The i salve in the world tor cnls, bru sets Dill to Toledo aud Cincinnati to Detroit on nig hi tores, uleris. salt rheum, fever sorts tetter, chap- trains No service betwren Cincinnati, Toledo and Deped hauds, chilblains, command all skin eruptions. It Is troit is AS GOtJIl AS OUR NKVV YORK LINE, At positively cunw piles, or no pay repuired. AS OOOD AS OUR l Hlt'AGO LINE, luarantced to give perfect satisfaction or money AS GOOD AS OUR ST LOUIS LINE. Price ij cents per boa. For sal by refunded W. II. McKotwns, druggist Iluy vftur tickets through via "Hie Four." For full information call on agents or address K O McCORMACK, D II MARTIN. It May Do as Much for You Gen. Pass. A Tk t. At, I'aas iramc .Mgr. Mr Fred Miller of Irving, lit. wrnes ;hat he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with sovtrt pams in bis back and also thai his bladder was atfectnt. He tned ma,ny so called About KidneX enrre but without any good result a year afo he began use ol Kief trie Hitlers and Klectric Hitters is especially found relief at once OFkSTANFORD. KY. adapted to cure ol all Kidney and I.tver troublea and olten gives almost Instant relief One trial Price only 50c for will prove our statement. arge bottles. At W II. McKoberts' Drug Store. tx-i- attempting to legislate it Conkllnir on Monetary XsrUIavtlon. I tlo not bolicvo that you can legislate up the value of anything imy moro than I believe tliat you am make generals heroes by legislation. Tho continental congrtKS tritd legislating values up even by re-oto jH'ualticn, but tho inexorable laws of trade, as indfjH'iident as tho law of gravitation, kept them down. I do believe you can legislate a valtio down, and that you can do it by rts "Big Four" New Line II twirn Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. THE SCHEDULE, u. Hor-co- e i FIRST NATIONAL BANK evil-smelli- goou-natureo- iy James I.. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says "I regard Ir Kins's New Discovery as an ideal panacea for Coughs, colds and lung complaints, having used It in my family for the last five years prescriptions or 10 the esduslon of phvslctans' other preparations." Kev John Ilurgcss, Kco a mlnlsteror kuk. loa, writes "I have the Methodist Episcopal church lor 30 years of more and have never lound anyihiog so beneficial or that gave me such spetdy relitf as Ir King's New Discovery ' Try this ideal cough remedy. Trial bottles free at W. II McKobcrt's -uf store Tho Idoal I'anncoa ln Double Dally Trains M.S. lUCGHMaN J. W. HaUGIimah. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoratiToas Attention of the public is invited to the far is the omy National Hank in Stanford Under Ihe provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv Ihe stockholders' liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of 3400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bask are made each yesrto the United States government and lis assets are eaamlned at stated time by government agents, thus securing additiloaa and perfect safely to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1I3I, then ised aa the National Hank ol Stanford in iJJj and again as the First National Uaak ol itanlord in iSIs, has had practically an uninterrupted esistence of ts years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before ia its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully aolic-te- Capital Stock 8100,000 - 23,700 Surplus :;,."- that this d. i LIVERY, FEED Sc SALE Ey. Midland Xt'y, STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. If yon need livery five us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable. See ui for rates. 1 In our frst-dass The Directory of this Bank is composed el forestus It end, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. Cincinnati and Frankfort BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-clas- s prices. Tiy our horse work and satlfactory shoe r, J. B. H. Collier, Lincoln; W. Haydan, Stanford; S. H. BaughmanJ Lincoln; J. S. Hocksr, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Kloore, Stanford; T, P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, UcKJnney; M. J. Miller, Ml.:Verson,Ky Hocker, President; J no, I. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A, McKlnney, Asst.CatMer J. THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, m. 1 w. JomrsOaN. Farmers BankATrnst Paid Co H Two-thir- ds .v,Ldff6aBeemttJLV1 hur Z.ZIfZT Of STANFORD, KY., Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mich., can If aow f ullylorganisedjand ready for business wttt moat favorable plans ot Inrar write yon all the ance. He aiso represents the old reliable Central - $200,000. np Capital of Tobacco Warehouut of Loaiavllle. Ky,, and will be glad to have a liberal share or your patronage. urplux, . Will be leady to confer all the favora that can be 0,000. given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advancements made on consignments, both in the ware- SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAI. house and country. 1 will be at Stanford every BANK OK STANrORD, court day, Paitics wanting hogsheads, prizes or money should address me at l'alnt Lick, Ky. Now closing up) with the asms asseU and nadM the same management. Co 6m Prompt attention guaranteed. By provisions of its chatter, depositors an as fully protected as ate depositors in Natioaal .. Hank. It. .Vi..V.mI.I... ..:.. ueu i .. ui to the liaole V .T eiteat of the amount of luaiviauaui their stock tu.iDiu mi in. par vaiue wereoi, in addition to .the ajBOtini . In att.K fl. ..-.. .m .u.h .u.m. ,, hut aci aa caecutor, adminisUator, Uustos, c, M fnlly u J. C. McWhorter, U UNDERTAKER, -- in,ttil .k.. 1 TABLER'SDH OINTMENT for rillU saw oo.jix'.t.wuia. U re-mi- sa - - - - I tmiMMMBmm day, and went tho Constitution. 1 Tribune. To those who entrusted their bulsiness as I In..!. wniln mlil.lnif tn. UIU.V111 XT..I. I n. to 01. .. uana Stanford, we we here teoderour ii.nuu.ithanks aaA many .1 ..-- -. trult Ihliw will rnnflnn. ... -. l Wishes to thank his friends and neighbors for wltn US. onfirinr as a-pturant.. f vi ,utir ousinaai .... their patronage and rtspcctfully asks to bo Uon to same, our twenty years' eapcrtence ia In the future. Mr, Granville Haley ...u, u.isinci.uuimouauons as arc cos. will be lound ready to serve you at any lime. A latent with sound banking. line ol Caskets, Collins, Kobes, Ac, to nice from always on hand. 113m j J. William,, ML . II. Shanks, fctaaford; J.S.iOwsley, SUnford; S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; Itemember we are the exclusive sgects for the J. B. Owsley, Stanford; celebrated J IF Cash, Stanford; William GoochStanlord; Jellico Coal, A. W. Carpenter, MllledgeiUU, Also, that it will be to the Interest of everybody W.'H.lCuminina in. to call and see our clean Domestlr Nut Cell, a. H. ShanksPresident,: Prices the very lowest. We pay the cash at the Dr.y.B. OwsJey,lCasbJer, mines, therefore are able to sell at the lowest price. Come and see us. W. M. Bright, Teller. ' Good Coal makesred ashes, no cinders. Falls Branch 13 cts. Falls Branch Nut isc; In dian Mountain JelUco Nut nets.: North Jellico I wi" Wds I can get H Lump tic. These prices are fcrCoal delivered tietot leather oo For Coal at our house charges are one cent Its. NOEL A SON. has, laasUa, Taaatr. beiae. Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. ......... ........ ...... .. .uu. se-l- ee V.R,nr: Coal, Coal, Coal. Falls Branch Pr.n... ,v: IDF9 IHJJ'i3.rf"hor,n i .. ' WEhhl : lNTERIOUOUkhE Watch guards. All colorB. Danks. Kahfih Corn at Higgins noy'fl. t McKln- - Stanford, Ky., Jl'nk 5, 189G ToiLKTnnd medical Boaps at Craig A sively warm yesterday, the mercury reg- many piacea was a regular pond. FrtuiT Jars and Jelly Glasses at War- - istering in tho t)0a. Friday will be fair A THiKreffected entrance thro' the win and warmer. ren & Shanks'. dow of Ellen Mays' house Monday night You aliould tako your prescriptions to Thk Kentucky State Medical Society and finding the key of her trunk on the I'ennyV drug store where prompt and Qukknbwaiib at yourown prico at Far will meet at Lebanon June accurate surviro is Kunrnnteed. Dr. table, opened it and stole her watch and ris& Hardin's. Steele Bailey Is permanent secretary, chain, two gold rings, a pair of bracelets, You should attend our remnant sale. Drs. Hawkins Brown and Edward Al- pocket book and J5 in money. 1'EllXOS'AL MISTS. Ellen's Severance & Son. corn, of Huatonville, and J. G. Carpen- sick mother alone was at the house at Mn. A. H.Sevuhanci: le in Millers-burFly Traps and Tangle Fool Fly Paper ter, of Stanford, are on the program for that hour. She heard tho noise, but could not give the alarm. The loss foots papers and discussions. Mils. R. N. KoLLKiiiBvialtiuK her peo- at warren iV mianks . up $15 and tho theft shows that all the ple at Now Haven. W. B. Smith, who was in jail here a burglars are not in jail HiTUMiNoi-yet. and cannol nut coal, botlong time Ionising money belonging to Mk. W. 0. tom price. Try it. Noel A Son. Cikcuit Courir.-- To enable the lawyers tfon City, was hero Tuesday. tho Proctor-IdCo., was jailed at Mi.8 Amanda Cowan, ol Somerset, ia Fi.owku crocks and Jardinieres at coat last week on n charge of obtain- to attend the Lexington convention, the to make room. Farrin A Hardin. ing monoy under faleo pretense from a court has been in session but little since vlaltinK at Mayor J. N. a Siikiiiit T. I). Nkvi.ani inado a Cincinnati traveling man, but waa re- last report. After getting the indictHoiiax. "From tho DeBert," a book of leased on a writ of habeas corpus. ment against him for Bhooting at It. H. trip to London Wednesday. Logan quashed, the grand jury Mit. John J. Noonan, of Junction City, L'OO Borax receipts free at Craig A UockElocution. Mrs. A. S. Robertson ader's. J. M. Hubbard and at his trial Wedwas hero on hia wheel yesterday. vertises in this issuo that she will have a nesday he was acquitted, Sam Mn. Gkoikik DkHoiid, of Brodhead, Curtis, for barrel, deliv- BummerBchool in elocution nt her home carrying concealed weapons, wbb adjudg-evisited Ilia parents here tliia week. ered anywhere in Stanford. Iaaac Ham- in Danvillo for a term of five weeks and not guilty, Charles Sluder for trespass MivbXoka Cksen, of Junction City, ilton, Rowland. givo the moat liberal terms. This ia an waa fined $10 and Hays Anderson for wan the guest of the Misses Harnett. Tim Advocate aye that W. G. Ranoy excellent opportunity for those who de- - toting a pistol was fined $20 and given 10 Hkv. anuMiuj. J. T. b'HAiutAiii) have alro to perfect themselves in the art. aa days in jail. For the same haa contracted to build a handsomo taken rooms with Mrs. Ann Dudderar. offense, Wm. brick residence for W. D. Malum at Mra. Robertson is a moat competent and Logan Dudderar got a hung jury. The go on the ColAiioctSO peronB will accompliahed teacher. lege ezcuraion to Mammoth Cave on tho Danville. trial of John Murphy for shooting Frank Ellis was fixed for next Wednesday and 11th. James Bkldk.v ia now carrying the Rons, to tho wife of Mr. Chaa. Hewitt, of O. G. "Ware for obtaining goods by Mieam Mauv CooVkii and Dkllk a boy. The Mr. Joe II. mail between this place and Kingsville, that fraud for the 10th day of the term. are visiting relativeB at llarroda-burRout, ia very anxious to call tho young-ate- r having bought out Sam Joe Burch'a inThe trial of Frank Ellis for killing Carlisle. terest. Tho trade waa this way: n Mkb. Luzik McAlistkii left yesterday carries the mail from now until July young Murphy while he was marshal of Try J. II. Baughman A Co.'g cooking to visit friends in Lexington and Mt. let for tho pony, harness and cart that Junction City began yesterday by efforts coals, ineyaro beat and cheapest. Sterling. BiBurch used and gives him f5 to boot. to secure a jury. The prosecution will Mn. L. F. Smith, special repreaenta-tiv- o tuminous nut 10c., Cannol nut Mc, de- Mr. BtiN'ii Is still under contract to car- be assisted by Hon. John W. Yerkes of Harcus k Co., publiahera, New livered nt your house. ry it and will draw hia money from the and the defendant will be represented by Meeprs. Welch, Warren and BreckinYork, Is here. contractor. Mn. II i'i ii Skaikiknt enya ho ia still in ridge, Miss JorisriiiNK Run, of Stanford, is the tobacco manufacturing business nt Thk annual concert of tho Stana The following jurors were accepted, visiting Miea Virginia Rowman. Crab Orchard and expects to remain in ford Female College will occur at but not sworn, and were permitted to go Advocate. it as long as he does as well as ho is g Walton's Opera House. Monday evenhome laBt night: O. K. McClure, EdMies I'kahi. RciisaiDK returned with now. ing next. Admission 20, reserved seats mund Murphy, Wm. Perkins, Miaa Ada Farrato Lancaster aud spent J. W. Carhile Miaa Mary Warren waa 40 cents, to be had at W. B. McRoberte' son, J. F. Holdam.G. W. Spangler, J. It. several days with her. Mitfl, K. 0. TitUBiiiAiiT has gone to visiting at Woodstock she accepted an drug atore. The commencement exerHales, J. T. Jonea, L. II. Stone, John T, New York to attend the meeting of the invitation to eat dinner with Mrs. Tereaa cises will be held at the aame place Tuee-da- y Bingamin, J. T. HnrriB and M.S. Peyton. morning at 9.IJ0, to which there will Forty-fou- r Ham, who was 100 years old last week. persons were examined to seWoman's Hoard of Misalous Mary Tho old lady is very feeblo and Bleeps-th- be no charge. Art exhibit at the college cure the panel. Musks M.uioik Moouk and from to 0 same afternoon. greater portion of the time. Ronton, of McKinney, were hero yeaterI A Il3fAybTRADE ITEMS. day and paid uh a pleasant call. Mn. Chahles WiiKKLKii, "boss" of the Mk. S. H. Shanks mot with the board Bailey & Drye have 10 horses in Mn. HkmiV N. War, of Fenwicki of commissioners of the D. A D. Asylnm Emporium of Huatonville, waa up to see training now. Washington county, spent several days at Danvillo uh Tuesday and told ub that our splenyesterday, which Shelled oata and corn wanted. M. with hia brother, Mr. J. M. Ware. Supt. Ray and tho entire faculty. The did correspondent nt that place, Rev. W. S. A J. W. Baughman. and place Mils. L. M. Pkiihin, of W. Bruce, had been urged to teach a semade vacant by the death of Prof. Thompson Bros, bought in Garrard Mra. J. II. Hurt, of Hyattaville, are Veager lect school there and had cousented to was tilled with Mr. Thomas M. gtiestBof Mr. and Mra. J. W. I'errin. do bo. This will not interfere with his several head of butcher cattle at 2J to Bar bee. duties as pastor cf tho Presbyterian 2jc. Mn. H. Ott Mattimily, wife nntl ba- J. W. Uitim.N, of Lancaster, whoso church and we trust it will not caueebia W. M. Matheny Bold to Woods A bv. of Louisville, arrived Wednesday to daughter, Miss Nellie, won in tho elocu- good letters to this paper to grow ItFe in Lynn n bunch of lambs averaging 74 lbs. family. vialt Mr. It. T. Mattinglynnd . tionary contest hero last year, haa sued number. Mna. Wilson Coultih and Mrs. Rua-ae- ll Dr. Ben Letcher, superintendent of tho Thomas Raines bought in the West Warder and children, of Mayaville, Hopkinsvlllo Insane Asylum, for Thk "Gray Geldini:." alias George M. End a bunch of $1,000 heifers and steers at 2J Wheeler at damages, are guests of Mra. Charles claiming tho doctor appointed Davison, seems to have made his calling to 2jc. for tho nomination for Congress in this Huatonville. him gardener at tho asylum, but violaWoods & Lynn shipped 275 lambs district sure, if Speed Smith cau not con- to Louiavillo MimOkktik Dawhon, who has been ted his contract. Tuesday. They paid 3jc iiit ill with malarial fever, ia improving vince tho Nicholasvillo convention that for most of them. The (lrat bov to arrive in the family of hie delegation from Garrard should be alowly. Mrs. Mary Ann Dawson ia August Belmont's Hastings defeated Mrs. Kittie Burnside, either in her im- seated. Counting Garrard, with Boylei thought to bo a little better. Phil Dwyer's Handspring in the Belmediate or that of her childreu, joined Lincoln, Mercer, Rockcastle and Jack-eo- n MKfSKs. Jo Bkvkiianci and It. H. mont stake at Morria Park. from Rock CaBtlo Springs the two little girle at Mr. and Mra. A. G. ho has SO votea, eoveral over a mareturned In a livery stable fire at New York yeaterday improved In health. Their Hutlman's Tuesday night. It weighs jority. Daviaon ia a great tnnn, a good 50 horees were burned to death and a eight pounds and will likely be called man nnd a fine judge of email matters, wives preceded them several days ago. loss of 150,000 waw.occasioned. Dh. Stkklk Hailky went to Louisville Burneido. Mother and father both de but if given the nomination what ia he J. O. Johnson bought between 200 going to do with it? Ho certainly can't and 300 hogs Wednesday to meet his daughter, Miea lighted and doing well. from various parties at $2 05 hope to be sent to Congress, if the dem Isabel, who haa been attending school at to $2.76 and 500 or GOO lambs at $4 to The Cincinnati F.miuirer, which ought Mexico, Mo., and returned with her yesocrats put up any Bort of a decent candi- $4 50. Advocate. to know better, speaks of Judge Daviaou date. terday. Ben Lunceford delivered to J. H. as "George M. Davis." There is no exF.rii Pknninoton and Mike The announcement of Mr. Samuel M. McCnrley nnd Will Lawson 23 hogs av for such iguornnce, for tho "Gray Owsley have returned from Ilogsett cuse Gelding" is known from Capo Cod to Ow.ons of his candidacy for slierill', which eraging 233 pounds, which he sold them Academy for tho vacation. Their comappears in this issue, ia not in tho nature in February at 3.G0. pany, A , won the banner offered for Kalamazoo on ono side and from jHck- - of news, but merely a formal and cusJ. E. Carson, of Crab Orchard, sold eon county to Highland on tho other. beat drilling. tomary declaration. Mr. Owens haa al- to Judge J. S. Robinson, of Garrard, a Hurrah for "Job Lots." I'uor J. M. IIi'iiHAiin, of Gallatin, ready made tho fact known to a majoriJersey heifer for writes that his Bona, Arthur and F.ugene. Fifty years ago yeBterday Cnpt. Wil- ty of his democratic friends and sought three months-ol- d bull for $75. $150 aud a and their families escaped Injury by the liam Daugherty'a Company, 101 strong, their support personally. A good demThe English Derby was won at EpKt, Ixmia cyclone, though in the, lint of left thin county or tho Mexican war. Of ocrat and a clever, popular man, he som Downs by the Princo of Wales' colt, tho tempeat. Their experience, howev- that number only tho following gentle- points with pride to his conduct of the Persimmon, from Mr. Leopold do Rother, was frightful. Tho professor ia a men are alive: Messrs. Win. Burton, olllce of jailer as an earnest of how well schild's St. Fruiequin, tho favorite. victim now of lumbago, which keeps him John B. Dickinson, Reuben Wilhnms, ho will do if given the promotion he Only 22 yearling cattle were on the in bed IibII his time. Tho commenceJack Boalej, Thomas Gooch and W. G. seeks. Mr. Owens is going to be hard to Paris market Monday and they sold at ment of hia college, will occur on the Poiklne. Tho last named lives in Pulas- beat and tho man who does it will have J15.30. The crowd was the smallest in 11th. ki county uow. to boo that no grass grows under his feet. years, another proof of the decadence of M irons John Sam Owslky, Sn., J. W. Will II. Shanls, who began thecaBh Called Out and Shot. Tuesday night connty court days with the people. Alcorn, W. G. Welch, Jeaae 0. Lyon, M. Tho Louisville Fair and Trotting AsF. North, W. K. Varnon, Dr. Hawkins system Monday, is very much pleased nbout 11 o'clock Anthony Alcorn, a Nesociation has ordered a tombstone to be Rrown, Harvey Holm, J. M. Alverson, J. with tho change and Baya that book- gro living near Turnorsville, was called placed over the grave of Nightingale S. Owslaj, Jr., W. M. Matheny, Dr. J. keeping, except with city houses, is a out of his houBO and shot by his 2:03. The examination reJohn-Bothing of tho past with him, "forever and son, Anthony. Tho shot entered his D. Pettus, Josh Jones, Freo Silver alwaye." Danks, the Jeweler, who com- right breast and ho fell almost instantly, vealed a tumor in the heart of the good Samuel Reld, W. D. Weatherfordi mare. J. K. Caraon, James Frye, A. K. Denny menced Belling for cash exclusively but recovered sufficiently a few moAt Richmond Monday 115 cattle D. F. Logan, 8. T. Harris, Railey DryoJ Borne weeks ago, Is also elated over the ments later to got back into his house. Bald at 2 to 3.05; 20 horses at an average Some weeks ago the father and son quar Bright Swinebroad and others attended fact that he made the chance. of $S0 and cotton mules at flO. The Cli reled about a division of the letter's watho Lexington convention from Lincoln. max also reports sales of a car oi corn Mies Kate Blain, county superinten- ges, when it is said that the boy threateich to the Vittman and Peacock Coal dent, hands us the following: Appli- ened to kill the old man. Alcorn is conCITY A ND VICIN1T Y. Cos. $1.25 on car and a car of bBy at cants for connty appointment to the State sidered dangerously hurt. After firing, $12. at College inuat present themselves for exBelt buckles at cost. Danks. the would-b- e asaasain skipped, but was Some fields of wheat look as if they amination June 19, with certificates aa to caught by Mr. T. G. Nunnolley and othball cuff links at Danka'. Sterling ago and character. wouiu yteiu 20 bushels to the acre, and This examination ers, who turned him over to Jailer mm comprises arithmetic, English grammar, Carihaou paint. Craig A Uocker. The boy had been working for others not five. No local trading in the geography and U. S. history. coming wheat crop. The poor outlook The one Surgical supplies. Craig A Hocker. paesing the beat examination will receive James Cash, but when captured be was inclines the farmer to hold for a better planting corn on Ed Lewis' farm. He is theappointment. anxious for hia trial and says that if he offer than local dealers aro making. Waist sots, opera chains, etc, Danks. mm haa got to be hung, Bent to the pen or Georgetown Times. at coat at Craig A Hock- - Election. Next Monday night is the punished In any way ho wants Tho Louisville Fair and Driving AsPocket knives it right time for the election of offinow. As the grand jury is in session. sociation announces that it will hang up cers Knights of the Maccabees of Stan$40,000 in Btakea and purses to be conONEmalo and two female thorough- ford Tent, No. 7, and a full attendance is ho will likely get his request granted. In conversation with Mr. T. G. Nun- tested for during all its fall meeting. bred Durocs, eight months old, for sale urgently requested. The K. 0. T. Ms. There will be 10 fixed events, none of - have in tho last SO days paid 20 publicly next Monday. W. H. Uiglife poli- nolley, who brought him town, the which are for leaa than JSOO, the princiyoung murderer said: "When I called cies in 25 States, aggregating clna. pap out to kill him something said to me pal ones being for $1,000. including the $2,000 of Sir Knight W. L. It. B. Mahony insures against Torna- Withers, deed. A number of petitions 'don't shoot him' and I lowered my gun, An injunction suit haa been filed does and Cyclones as well as Fire. Rates for membership are to be voted on hero hut allot a sudden 1 lelt like I had to against the Richmond, Ky., city council low. Give him a call. Office on Lan- Monday night. Joe F. Waters, Com-- i kill him and shot." "Why didn't you to prevent the issuance of bonds payable caster street. firo the other load at him," Mr. Nunnel- - in gold. mandor, ' loy asked. "1 thought I bad already Co., Nurserymen near Kidd'a Postmaster Watson at Crescent Ilill Tub Ream Tub horse George MoRoberts and Har- to shoot him winged one of tho two Store, have the thanks of the business ry Baughman were driving to Lancaater killed him and didn't care men who tried to lor tno tun oi mo ining," tuo young breuk into the manager lor a liberal 83mpIo of their to the hop Tuesday night jumped The shot sud scamp carelessly roplled. took effect in the fellow's sidoand, is faBtrawberries, which aro the finest wo denly and turned their buggy over. The Later The wounded man suffered tal. have seen in many a day. young men were thrown to the ground agonies until a lato hour Wednesday liams.Heaves his name as James Wilwith much force and held there for aome night, whon he died. A telegram from Bowling Green was A Hbaler. A negro named James time by the vehicle, which fell on them. wonderful cures is working Deputy R. M. Newland telegraphed to received at Frankfort asking that E. B. Holley Mr. Mcltoberts was bruised in various Jailer DoBord from McKinney yesterday McUennen, a clerk in the office of the among bU race at Junction City and has He hails from places, while Mr. Baughman's left eye that a mob of Negroes were cotniug here superintendent of public instruction, be created great excitement. looks very much like the owner had tak- last night to bang Alcorn, and Judge arresieu ior seuing teacners Ckva mlnn Lexington and uaea no, other means than Sauflay ordered the Bheriff to put a guard tion questions. McUennen is in Lexing en it to au Irish wake. uu sue jail, the laying on of hands. iuu E. C. Walton, business Manager. Uocker's. Until July 1st, 1890, you can buy anyWateii SroUT.-- Dr. J. T. Bohon, of P. M, Arthur was chief of thing in our complete stock at actual Kidd'a Store, tells us SAMUEL, M. OWENS that there was a the Brotherhood of Locomotive Enginwholesale cost. W. II. Wearen & Co. veritable water spout there Wednesday eers. It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. The rain comes nearly every day now Frye's Creek was higher than tho oldest The National Brewers' Association and all nature is Biuiling. It was exces- intiaDitanteverBawit, and the pike in at their meeting in Philadelphia voted to GENTRY m give $5,000 to tho St. Louie storm sufferers. JAMES B. Is .1 candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln County, subject to the aalon of tho democratic party. Your support is earnestly solicited. 10-1- 2. FOR SALE W KPPYALKiiiJI t g. s COTTAGE ON WHITLEY AVENUE, Containing 4 Rooms, llu riml Stabln and Out . nouses anuf.una rtcre oi Land. 5 n Undid Ilath Room. Number ol Fruit Tr on lnt Will be sold at public auction at u a. m., Monday, JUNE 8, i86, County Court Day. Terms:-Cre- dit of 4 months, with 6 per cent, interest from date. Sale will occur in liont of e Stan-lor- d, in Ky. HAKRY RAMSEY, Stanford, Ky. court-houstd .. I ol Bar-bourv- illo Mem-fee's- . buei-nee- At Cost, POWDER Absolutely Puro.1 A cream of tartar baking powHighest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Govder. ernment Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. OiiKuaKi-Louitat$ll- a TO REDUCE STOCK ..Will tell goods for the.. d Next 60 Days : : two-Btor- y At Cost For Cash. m m Fk-la.- New York. NKW ADYEBTLSEMENTri. grand-fathe- r, g. J. K. VanArsdale. Co., Bel-de- Turnpike Election. St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, ilorse-bhcein- m m Dan-vill- The Stockholders of the Stanford - Ottenheim Ky. Turnpike are renuestcd to mret it tho Cmmtv Judge's Office, at P. M.t JUNE 6, i8q, lor the MakAll kinds of Carriage, purpose oi electing omcers lor me ensuing year. ing and Repairing done.Buggy and Wagon over Vehicles worked W. T. TUCKER, President. i7- -t and made good as new. A. H. Kinley has charge oi the painting department and guarantees his. g work, a specialty and for cash only. Accounts due 1st of each menth. do-iu- Summer School -- 18 6ra J H. MERSHON, 1. H. GllbER. A. II. KINLEY. lOO.-W- OF- COMMISSIONER'S 'SALE ! 1 ELOCUTION Mrs. A. S. Robertson Will open a Summer School of MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1896, Elocution at her home in Danville door, in Stanford, In front ot the for a term of five weeks, Ky , being the first day of tho Lincoln County the highest bidder, outcry, Court-Housc LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Jennie P. Carpenter, &c, Plfft., II Notice cf Sale. against II. B. Dalton, Xc, Dells.. Pursuant to audgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, at it October Term, 1895, in this case, the underiigocd Comr. will, on at-lc- Beginning June 24 And Ending July 29. of the best Summer Schools East. The work will be beneficial to all those who arc school workers. It will consist of Voice Culture, It will be conducted on the plan iirt. Ma-ho- ny w Physical Culture, Pantomimic work, Gesture and general Elocutionary and Oratorical work. Terms will be so reasonable as to be an obstacle to no one. For information, address Mrs. A. S. Roiikrtson, Danville, Ky. to Court, sell at public the following described real property, to wit : A Tavern-HousLot, known as the Cirpenter and House, situated at the railroad station in Stanford, Ky., aud bounded as follows: On the north by the-L- . A- N. Railroad: on the south in part by an alley lietween said property and the property ot is. . Hocker, running from Lancaster street to Depot nnd in Dart bv tho lot ot G. W. Ilronauelu on the east in part bv Lancatter street and In part by the lot ot ti. w. lironaugn, anu on me wen oy Depot strret. Said property will be sold to satis fy the debt of plff., Jennie P. Carpehter, for the mm r t.rwi. with tuterckt from the 10th day of Oct., 189J, until paid ; and the further sum of J400, with isterist Irom the 10th day of Oct., 1891, until paid; the debt of plalntifT, Dovie A. Carpenter, for the sum ol $400, with Interest from the 10th day of Oct., 189J, until paid; and the further sum of.(oo. with interest from the 10th day of Oct., 189J, until paid; and the debt of plaintiff, Annie Carpenter.for the sum of 8400, with interest from the 10th daj of Oct , tBgj, until paid; and the lurther sum of $100. with interest from the toti. day ol Oct., 1892, until paid, tho last named aaount subject to a credit ol i4.ijol date Mar. 16, 1893, and a further credit of $5i.i8 reserved lor turther litigation. and Lot will be sold on . The said Tavern-Hour.r.lit nf A. 19 and 18 months, in iual install bearing Intcreit fiom day ot sale until paid. ments, Uonds with approved security required, havin? the force and effect ol judgments, and payable ta the Commloioner. Lien retained. H C.WARREN. May 30. 1896. Comr. Lincoln Circuit Court. e G-se ! 3S-- m m Coiu-ortAt- . 1 1 '; " " Remnants at 24c and 48c. ;:"l! two-year-o- ld DOH'T :- -: WAIT Until the best of our remnants are gone but come at once and post-morte- n, m Get good Wool Goods for 4Sc, worth 75c to Si. 25. Get Silks and Wool Goods at 24c, worth 50c to 75c. You can get a Waist or Skirt at HALF PRICE. Also remnants of Calico, Cotton, Wash Goods & Lawns. S1.25 Shirt Waists reduced to 98 cents. $1.00 75 " " " " 90 65 " Do-Bor- d. Severance & Son, , m semi-annu- al PENNY'S DRUG STORE Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. T poat-ollic- e. Penny's Dro i Store Paints, Oils and Xarnishes at Is headquarters-foLowest Market Rates. We treat you , r 1 rhtJj 1 1 G. L. PENNY, Executor. itaiifcLiiBJHltMMIuiSlLmfcV.U'iiUStff: mrm,l IMf T ,t Uia '' ' JUT"" i..-i.M'- ' Ml' "lift Hi ii yiiVMi.WiVlfrfiiWltSEgtti iv iii t H irfn'frrfr ii ilm4pitam'4ii00n0mwiqm ititMWBXZtfnn llllW.'l 4 J& $ ;V For Unheard of Bargains tn Clothing and Oent' Furbishing Goods, Qo to The Qlobe, J. L. Frohmari & Co,, Proprietors, Danville, Kentuck). ' i S :;lv f - i rt I I i ! 4 i. i &r f4e V i '! I t Semi-Weekly R i f I ' i i r 1. !i It Crops. Corn is looking well. ToThe recent rains have Riven ua Half rates will be in effect via the Surgeon Ii a catklldste for Ccnzrtu tn thti. the Klrhlh bacco has about all been Bet out, the re- Queen email log tide in the river. Crescent Route to the greitt Dutrkt, subject to tilt 'Ction ol the Democrttii Dentist, Published Every Tuosday and Friday Both of our schools have closed and cent rains furnishing a splendid season. National conventions at Chicago and Kt. Tany. AT PS1R Y3CAK. IX ADVANCE our town will seem rather dull now for a Wheat is short and poor stand gener- Louis. These tickets will have liberal W. S. ally. while without the young people. limits and will entitle passengers to ride wyWhen not so paid 32.60 will be charged. Office over McRobcrts' Krug Store In the Owsley We have had several severe storms Bill bmitn, colored, carried a gun on fast vestibuled limited trains without It a candidate (at JuJje ol the Court of Appeals HUIIUIDft for tLls district , u!;a to the wilt of tbe Jemoo recently, doing considerable damage, and was charged with pointing it at a extra charge. No other line can give racy. K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. one of which blew three houses down in colored brother. William was tried Tuea you such train service. Be sure to Tnlns leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and day and the jury gave him 10 days in have your tickets rend via the Queen & Jellico. p. m., returning at 4:30 p. m., and 9:0; p. m. Saturday was Decoration Day, but jail. Creecent. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. as it was a day people could work in Mrs. Ohas. Moran, of Middleburg, To Asheville at half rates for the And r the their crops, the crowd in town was small Who was on a visit to Mrs. Joe Moran, Young Women's Christian Association ple ol Fashion new Hsu at Mil Duddtrar't Tem11 37P m Vo. 4, Train going North this week New i.gan, new " No, a6. " near Moreland, fell last Saturday night Summer School, on bale from Queen I'snanus, all the new I'trilsn tfltKti in riocrs 313am to what it usually is. ' South pm Keen tou Ho. 13, Handsome goods but Low Prices 1204 on tbe Pate Fence. Se Hull Rev. A. A. Myere, of Cumberland and broke her loft hip. She is doing as & Orescent points, June 10th to 12th, and Ribbons done in trie latest style and on short " " Dress making 103pm Jfo. 23, s."!w'."D J J' '"," J wiiauirit r mu Diners woo R- - cm-M D. IH'DDKKAK, -Gap, preached the sermon to the gradu- well as might be expected. good until June 2Gth to return. The Q. notice nave us QUEEN & CRESCENT. MKS. KA1K D(. DDKKAK. O A PEYTON. Hlaf(rd, Ky Jlt. ates of the Academy at the Congrega On last Sunday Rev. B. J. Pinker-to- & O. ia the only line operating through Agent for Lincoln County. 9i i "Yraxns pass Junction City as followi: tional church Sunday evening. president of Christian College, sleepers from the North to Asheville. pm A lie?; Dress Ho. South EsiaUishment. u.07 p m No. North ...3 42 The mountain Fairs have arranged preached a special sermon to the young The Y. M. O. A. Summer School meets " ' 3 ' ...1 00 p m 12.09 a m " 4 " SHELBY & SHELBY. " ...3 is am their datea and ours will be Sept 2, 3, 4, ladies of his school. 11.3s am " 6 5 It was an oxcellant June 10th to 2Sth at Knoxville. Round " ...6 00 a m 8 35 p m ' 10 l a IKKVO Mb - ivlnff rr.innllil tw mmha I 9 ' III. i.MI.VH. tI J and every effort will be made to make it address and worthy of preservation in trip tickets via the Queen & Crescent on Tailortai; System ol Cutting and FilUutf L.Mk ITOOS. I oiler Note. Not. 4 and s and 0 and 10 run no fur- IlVCrVt' FCCCl Mllfl ber than Junction Uitj', All traitu atop there. o sale from all points June the best one we have ever had. somo permanent form. Christian isth to 20th, my services to Prof, and Mrs. Gorman Jones has just closed a very successful 3 ear good until June 3oth to return at half d JLatHcs DOC liRVB CARKOLL IIAILKY their young frienda Friday eve- and the prospects for next year are very faro. And Vicinity, fetiiug as ired tl at I tan please City, - Kontuckv. will h found tn the rear ning. There was a largo crowd present flattering. Queen & Crescent tickets to Pittsburg them with my work f Mrs Kale DuiMcrar s Mluliicry and will first Class Turnouts, Piomjlt Attention, Very and a most enjoyable evenlug spent. Miss Julia Stagg, of Liberty, was In and return on Bale at tow rates, June 5th be glad to wait ua tL.se Uliing work in ray line treasonable Kates A ration of jour patronage Is Proprietors eipwHuliyioluited MItS VM. GKEIt. Stanford 7 If i om. Tho school elections aro at almost a town Tuesday. Misa Mary Thompson is to 7th, inclusive, on account of North fever heat in some of our districts. The at Liberty writing life insurance. Miss American Songerhund. Good on tu1 TEHE question, as usual, is not so much who is Bettie Logan has returned from a pro- perb vestibuled trains uncqualed by any KY. STANFORD, to bo trustee, but who shall bo teacher. tracted visit to her sister, Mrs. J. G. other Hue. Aek your ogonta for particI am back Irom the cities with everything that Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, The members of the Christian church Weatherford, at Milldalo. Mrs. Coulter, ulars. Is new and pntly in the Millinery line A iit and sale, roadsters and prepared lor II you want n No i one worth to saddlers bought and sold on commission. Good have been having their house repaired, W. O. RiNBAESO.v, G. P. A., Cincinna- theray store will convince you that this slock Is dollar ,ou have to pay HuRgy, and one that every a sister, and Mrs. Warder, a niece of ler U most compltte. hall mile track and bast stables In the country. 8 guaranteed to Kivc you satisfaction and a will be and when completed it will be one of tho Mrs. Chae. Wheeler, are visiting her at ti, 0. Klccant line Linens and Emliroidcry Material. Uuccr right, go to 1 MISS LICCIK nKAZLEV, handsomest in town. The repairs will her home in this place. W. McGlNNIS. J. J. W. COOK Fast Time. The special train which Sunfcrd, Ky TJ. la charge paint shop. In charge trimnlng shop. cost several hundred dollars. carried the Knights Templar from FrankHun0n.Y"fi Ky. He will not handle shoddy McKIXNJJV. Monday evening was the commence, fort to Paris on the Midland yesterday, ''o h ome beautiful Surres and Phae- ! THOMAS Y. vu.. 1Ui gcuuiuc Aiaua cultivators and Plows ment exercises of Williamsburg AcadeA protracted meeting will begin at mado a very fast run. Left Frankfort thebMtinusc, as all farmers will tell )Ou. Goto my, which were held in tho Congrega- tho Presbyterian church in this month. 4:15 p.m. and arrived at Paris see him and save your money. ON IMPROVED KAItMS DANVILLE, KV., 5:10, tional church. There were ate gradu Revs. W. W. Bruce and Martin Luther one hour and one minute, including deBuilder and Dealer in All Kinds ates and the house was crowded with In Lincoln county, Ky,nt6 per cent., semi-awill conduct the meeting lay of four minutes up the big hill out of nual interest: no commission charged. Address of Carriages. OKO W DAVY. Room 17, Kenyon Ilulldine, their friends, who were pleasod with the Misa Mary Routon has been visiting Frankfort, two minutes by Btop at Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and furRupii'ing a Specialty. Work done and warrant, exercises, ther Information, ed, to give satisfaction. All work done when at Hubble. Miss Mollie Hughes has reone minuto at Stamping torney, Stanlord, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, At Ky. Is deThe county democratic convention iWited. All accounts due, when work go turned from Danville. Mrs. James Cloyd Ground and six minutes at Georgetown, livered. Your patronage solicited, passed ofl'very quietly Saturday, as the Ky. and Edward Johnston have returned making the actual ruuning time 4S minSTANFORD sound money men were so much in the Sole proprietor Dean's lilack Diamond from Lexington. utes for the 40 mileH. Following is the Rool I aim. majority the free silverites did not even furnished for painting Wood. Mr. Winter Wright has been visit time between some stations: Metal and Iron s : FEMALE : COLLEGE. All roolsEstimatesRoofs. Satisfaction ?uarantted Switzer to make a fight. It only took five minutes ing at Hustonville. Frank Green is panned with Dean's Black btamping Ground, Ave miles, live min Paint guaranteed for years. Dealtrs in Diamond STANFORD, KV. to complete the work and the convention tern Pumps and Oalvanlred Iron Fillet,, best Cis. spending a few weeks at our place. Mrs. utea. ueorgetowu to Paris, 17 miles, 19 Oalvan-Izeadjourned with a determination to stand and Black lion Roofilig of all kinds, ai u Garner, of Crab Orchard, is visltiug her minutes. Elizabeth to Paris, six milee, WILLIAM SlIELTON, President. KUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. by the will of the majority and do their Ave minuteB. son, Mr. Walter Garner. r Frankfort Capital. KS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEV, Lady Principal. best to carry the banner of democracy to Offers his services o the people ot West LinThe flrst meeting of the Literary So Miss Emma L. Martin, Pcsidiuc Teacher In tho and Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffins victory again this Fall, if the votes of coln By an act of the legialature Now Study Hall; ciety was very interesting. The subject nd Caskets always 00 hand. Carpenter, Manager. 95 Whitley will put it there. D. York City now embraces over 3,000,0000 Miss Mary Cowen, Principal ol the Music De for debate was "Resolved that the Negro partment; Among the recent visitors to our well watered; will good Improvem.nti. has been Worse Treated' by tho Whites people, in New York, Kings, Richmond Miss Mary H. includi CALL ON"- ... Harris. Principal of the Departtown are Miss Olark, of Barbourville; Mr. James North and Queens counties. The new city conthan the Indians." ments of Art and Elocution. 1ft. farm Mi. what i" pronoun'c'ed" Miss Russell, of Lebanon; Misses the n win uisiiici in Kentucky ror White Burley To- and Dr. Moore took tho aflirtnative Bido tains about 3,000 miles of streets, 000 of and Householder, of Middleaboro; which are paved, and only about one- - Second Session Begun Wednes- Lacco. Comfortable residence house. of the question and Messrs. E. O. Singler arm Ho. a contains 1301 acres In same locality, Mies Moss, of Pineville. Mr. W. R. day, January 22. -STANFORD, KY., ton and Cloyd Johnston the negative. third of which hayo water pipes or sup siocV n.i lobarrn luiuiiK u.cmnit,r... . i Durham and Bister, Miss Belle, have barns. .1 in the The other exercises were good. A large ply. There are said to. be about 1,100 For terms, &c, send for Ciicular or call at th county. One of the v.i luipfuvca farms """ Cents. Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only gone to Pleasant Hill, Tenn., to attend churches, and 10,000 saioonB, 00 poatof-fice- e, Wor Baggage and Key Checks, Meul Checks of college. crowd was preaent. noth farms are In fine state of all llnds, liadgos, Dog License Checks, Key the commencement exercises of Prof. exclusive of stamp Btations, about watered ond fenced. Close to R. fe. dVpot.KCl. Will Olarkston, who has been farm, Ring", Chains, Ac. Stamping on Meul and genmarket and on a fine turnpike. eral repairing. Shop over M. D. fclmoie's store, Wheeler's school, where Walter Durham in or near Danville, has returned home. 1,100 hotels, 350 public schools, about For information apply to 86 Stanford, Ky. graduates this year. It is about 100 130,000 dwellings and 37,000 business J. N. SAIlNnvDe Mrs. James McKinney baa been very ill, 10 miles and they drove through in a carbuildings. There are about 1,100 miles aianionl, Ky, but la recovering. J. H. Batea' baby has of riage. Mr. J. N. Sharp was in Frankfort railroad aud $2,583,32, 329 taxable J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, I been seriously ill with measles, but is last week. G. A. Denham attended the - recovering slowly. Miaa Jennie Givens, property and a public debt of $170,000,- stray mate, flee a Lhave In my possessionold, bob tail, fire top cut Lexington convention. year of Mt. Salem, spent several days with jray, about 10 on leftside. Owner can get TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Rate Law,! otf short, branded A. O. Bradley and wife were chloroIt la said that Miss Helen Gould baa Miss Ethel Gooch here last week. Messrs. hei by proving property and paying for hsr kep-- S Remodelsd and refurnished throughout, Lsrgt Reynolds and James formed and robbed of $125 in their home and advertising. given $100,000 to the cvrlnn .n -- , p ORTOX and Commodious HimDl. Rocms. .4 F. M. Ware, Cicero KUU UlUbf VUUU.WkCU Grove, Casey county, Ky. t Lexington. VJ AIIWM4W Bells. North west to Lexington Tuesday. Ol. U'JUIS, an-oth- or Interior Journa: WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY CO. HUSTOXVILLi:. QCKEXAXn ClUrjiXT. J. S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, C-- a JUDGE PRYOR Stanford, Ky. BlltE Corns One, Como All. -, T .'!. . n, Mw -- 1 1 lh V SU Col-leg- entor-taine- The of Stanlorcl, Sale Stable, BAILEY IDHYE, 1 Junction I Training and Sale Stable First-clas- TO X.AJDIES Buggies, Cultivators. s S. Carpontor, SHAW, MONEY To LOAN J. T. JONES, Stead-mautow- n, 1 Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, J. T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, d Two Farms For Sale. 1 4 fc). F. G. BRADY, Hen-dre- 1 Batray Notio BARKER HOUSE, bit-fe- n Somerset, Kentucky. 47 W. S. ST7BOS, Attorney at Stanford, , Kentncky. 1UA.M polite tervic to gucsU. V J A. l . t